Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 7, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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OlE FIFTY-FUUR STAKKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1931 NUMBER EIGHT

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MAY BE 60 DAYS ........................ HOLDS NEW LAW{
ASK COUNTYUPPORT BERRY RATECONSIDERED CommissionersHave MOTORIST
BEFORE COUNTY LOCAL BUSINESS: GREAT HELP TO

BUDGETS READY CONDITIONS 'SHOW
THE PAYERMay

SIGNSN BIQ-IMPROVEMENTTaking Busy Day -TAX PAY BIGGEST

New Law Require Check of Roads the Bank of Starke, Redeem Certificate at Face
Made Part of State System Interest
Value Without
our local banking institution,
HIGHWAY 28 '- AT HEARINGShippers as an Index, to business con- Up to DeC 1
SHARE TAXES
County Agents Allowed Fund for
It ,will be necessary to audit ditions; it is found that ;
county records in all of the 67 Starke and Bradford countyare Club Work In CountyThe Attorney General Cary D. Lan-

counties of Florida In order to making good headway die describes the new law which -

Lrd of Directors of Highway 28 learn In what proportion each of Florida Berries Are toward business recovery.Durhig board of county commissioners permits delinquent taxes to be paidin Approximately 84 Per Cent of Tax:

Will Allk for AdvertisingSign county will participate in the distribution Discriminated Against Thru the month of July of Bradford county, Florida, five equal.installments and the Burden on the Car Owner
Support of one cent of the state's redeeming of tax certificates at
Refrigeration and Express deposits handled by the Bankof met in regular session ;Monday. Au- r-T---+
seven-cent gasoline tax, accordingto Starke' amounted to $296- face value without Interest as af- Florida motorist will,contribute
Robert W. Bentley, chairman of Carlot Rates. gust 3, 1931 with all members tremendous relief to
Last Frl- fording
City. July 31, 224.09, more' than a quarter prop $21,575.000 of the $2 ,42 ,000 total
Lake
directors the state road department present as follows: J. L. Underhill, erty owners who have permitted
morning the board of million dollars. This was an taxes levied in revenue bills passedby
l Road 28 Association was Mr. Bentley sent S. L. Walters, Plant City, Aug. According Increase of elf per cent over chairman; O. W. Hinson, J. M. Roster themselves to assume a burden bf the 1931 legislature.!
State J. G. Crews and H.
T. Osteen.
,veiled in this city in special ses- road department auditor, out on to word received the latter part of July of lasVVear.Outoftown back taxes. The concentration of approxi-

,for the consideration of waysmeans the road July 1 to get this work the week by R. W. Burch, Inc., "checks hand- read Minutes and approved.of last meeting were Tax certificates on property on mately 84 per cent of the tax; burden -
for placing the Informa- started. Under the gasoline real- led by the bahk'during July which taxes are delinquent may on the shoulders of the tax:
concerning the new highway location act the road departmentis from J. M. Campbell, traffic man- amounted to f 183,417.17. This Dr. P. A. Brlnson appeared be- be redeemed at their face value burden on the shoulders of ownersof

i the traveling public. The given the task and must finishIn ager,of the firm, who has been at- was an Increase of 12 per fore the board and asked for a without interest until December 1. motor vehicles is the ouUtading

at was held In the chambers 90 days. Sixty days remain.Mr. tending the rate hearings on the refrigeration cent.. over'July of last year. reconsideration in reference to the Paul V. Lang, clerk of the court, aftermath of the 100-day legislative -,
;Ung Walters will have 40 extra assessment on the Bradford Coun- he has been advised.
announces
the local commerce body. cases on strawberriesout With general business con- battle which has coat the.,tax
auditors engaged in the task with- ty Bany building. The matter was The new law is now in effect. The
ba prime objective of the or- of Florida before Examiner ditions showing such marked payers more than 300000.
ization,: as brought out duringr in the next few days, Mr. Bentley Macomber In Washington, D. C., improvement, abundant field reconsidered with and values were compared only provision upon this offer Is The motorists' .portion of .the:

deliberations at this meeting, says. Two are'placed at each he is quite optimistic regarding the crops maturing. for the fall adjoining property. On that current taxes must be paid, revenue raised during the regularand
motion and after due 'consideration
je placing of) series of high- county court house to dig up the outcome'of tile hearings, .Mr. harvest, and strawberry no change was made. Mr. Lang states. two'extra sessions la divided. as)
boards. It Is proposedt data needed. planting going forward for Interest on many of these tax follows:
sign Campbell also stated that he has Mr. H.
ff C. Wall appeared before
these boards be fifty feet long Must Check Roads been attending the 15 per cent in- next spring's money crop. the board and asked for a donationof certificates Is equal to the face Six-cent gasoline tax. $13,350,000 i
I fourteen feet wide. Painted As Interpreted by Attorney Gen- cfease hearing on freight rate at Bradford county citizens $50.00 value of the certificate, Mr. Lang One-cent emergency ps"" i '
for three
nominated letters, so large that eral Cary D. Landls the new law the national capital and that from should look to. the future with for advertising per year and having years signs says, and the extent of relief can tax _ ,___...-S2,2*2,25O00

who drives fast may read, it is directs that all moneys the coun- the looks of things at present it confidence. made directing traffic from Lake therefore be measured In considerable License tags; increased' 33

posed that a road may, be ties may have invested in roads appears that if the carriers are to Palatka savings to those who wishto per cent ,_ ___-,__ 6,000,000)
City via State Road
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Lake which have been made a part of relieve their property of the
wn the display indicating granted any Increase at all, it will No. 28. Same was granted.
y at one end and Bunnell at the the state highway system up to not be permitted to apply to agri- COUNTY;' CHOOLS Mrs. Addlce Rowe appeared be- liens which the state has auto- Total ________..$21. 7 .OOO

er. The whole it is proposed to the time the bill was passed shall cultural' products, which Includes fore the board ''and asked for matlcaly acquired through failureof Many legislator*"did not realize

bellish with suitable pictures, be taken into account. I strawberries._ GET LAST SHARE allowance. The matter pau owners to pay taxes. how much the automobile owner ..
per
was
rida road scenes, all done in a Comptroller Ernest'Amos said T. D. Geoghegan is counsel,for IN GAS REVENUE laid over for further consideration.Mrs. Interest of eight per cent is required would have to pay as a result' of ,

lily attractive manner.e that until this survey or audit Is I the local complainants in the case. .' \ Hickenbotham appeared be- where the installment planIs their action until the figures' were'compiled. r

. board decided it would make completed county commissionerswill He was able,,.at the hearing, Mr. r-- fore the board and asked for' used In paying delinquent taxes In the last'minute rush
.
Collection
June li For- pau
Remaining r
not be able to learn and Is contingent of
[effort to interest the counties anticipated Campbell reported, to get Into the warded By Cawthon's per allowance. She was recom- all on payment featuring. the passage? of the, sev-
I the pricipal cities, which thed revenues from the state with record over the objection of the I Off ice mended to the school board for the current taxes. enth cent on gasoline and 'other-

_ would serve, In their project. which they must be armed before carriers the fact that on the Louis- widow's allowance. revenue bills needed to reduce state

(was indicated that the cost of making. up-their budgets.. . iana berries not only the railroad County schools... received the last Mrs. J. T. Moore asked for a con TOM (KID) BECK ad valorem property tax'and to finance '

1 boards and the maintenance for company by the express companywas apportionment.. of state gasoline sideration on the widow's pension WINS ANOTHER schools, they liad' forgotten ',

l nod of three years would pos- TO HOLD EXAMS satisfied with the rates in effect taxes today; When, ; State Superintendent fund, which will be taken up when the bill boosting the cost of license

liy run $2,700 or $900 per year IN SCHOLARSHIPSCounty and testified under oath thatit W. S. Cawthon sent out the budget is considered.Mr. Break Perfect Record of Johnnie tags '35' per cent and thd''reallocat'" t

I In a tentative way they listed .. was one of the best paying prop to the 67 counties their apportlon- Ed Lewis asked for reduc- Stanley by Decisive Win. tlon of' the previous 'sjx cents''on' '

t pro-rata expense which they ositions they have on the railroad. ate share of remaining June tion on the tax certificate, sale of -- gas.The
and State Senatorial Quizzes the I Tommy (Kid) Beck of Lawtey,
only ray of light for the motorist
the several communities The Illinois Central testified that 1923, on his father's He
uve collection, amounting to $309,931.- place. was demonstrated '
to Be Conducted Aug. 11 the world at large
Is the fact that the ad va-: ri
mid bear. The following is the the Louisiana berry more than 11. I allowed to redeem at 33 1-3 per his willingness to get off the floor totem
with the Florida cent of face of tax on automobiles hat been
overlapped berry certificate and 33
Mr. Cawthon explained that the and
Examinations for county and go on to win by taking eightof
and DeLand $75 and Mr. showed in the 1-3 cent of removed through referendunt'tottthough .v
itord Geoghegan taxes
per state senatorial scholarships to the sum represented only June gasp- per subsequent the ten rounds of the main bout of them will far: *
many
r. record that no different transportation line tax which in af- without Interest. pay
Florida State College tor Women money came at Palatka Tuesday night. After,
gler;] county, $100 per year.man service is rendered on Florida ter the July distribution and that Miss Keon asked for expense account floored more in increased license tag cost
and Unlversltyof Florida will be being in the first by two ,
than the ad valorem tax amounted
and Palatka strawberries than that rendered for Miss Pearl Jordan for
county $300 on exhibits -
i held throughout Florida on August no more gasoline taxes would be hard and beautiful smashes to the I i
Louisiana berries, according to Mr. etc. She was allowed $00.00 I to, particularly In the case of vet. ,
year. 11, the state board of education an- available ,for county schools, the stomach, Beck came back In the .
r Herd county and Starke, nounced today. Campbell. It was also shown that legislature having diverted these per year for this purpose.' second to hold Stanley even and In I eran. family cara.SCHOOL u

D per year. I There are' 107 county and 40 the rates out of Florida ,were any- funds to the ."apuntles and state Mr. Dyer, county agent for Brad- the third unleashed a terrific right '
'- where from two to three times the ford and Union counties allow I BOARD
county"and Lake Butler was
pDloa senatorial scholarships open in the ,road department'Vand substituted hand to the head which seemed to .
1 rates out of Louisiana.Mr. ed $50.00 per year for exhibits, etc., PROCEEDINGS
yx year. I two state institutions this year, the automobile license fees for school discourage Stanley and had him
: stated that the In reference to club work.
i county and Lake City, Campbell moneys boy's
announcement stated. The examinations groggy. Hecks superior boxing and -
)per year. I counsel also showed that the rates Today's disbursement amountedto The commissioners voted to keep Board x
will be held in each punching, coupled with superb defense met August 3, 1931, In
dpi it was suggested would on strawberries out of Florida are $1.163 per pupil, based on the home demonstration work in the I decided session
county and will be under the direc I the outcome early, regular with all members.)
lOuUl of Valdosta, a second tion of the.county school superin- higher than any rates In the Unit- average dally attendance plan un- budget for another year. even though Stanley refused to go present, namely] James T. Moore i
Jti of Jasper, both on Road 2, tendents. ed States. He has also shown, Mr der which the funds were appor- Upon motion of Mr/ Crews, sec down. A. B. Surrency and II. D. May.
ilher! west of Lake City on road I Campbell rates out of Florida are tioned. onded by Mr. Hinson and by vote,
,Requirements for the examinations , Beck weighed 155 Stanley 102. Minutes of previous meeting readand
another approaching Palatkaroad from Florida higher than anywhere' else in the the sheriff was requested to arrest -" approved.
are graduation a
3, and an additional board senior high school accredited by United States.A YOUNG MEN ACCUSEDOF Moyers Hough for working 'state NEW AUTO) TAGS TO liE Trustees from Brooker school
Bunnell road It hard fight is being waged on CATTLE STEALINGPaul tax lands for turpentine.The .
on 4.
was con- the state board of education and IN ORANGE AND sLACK i met the board and asked for relief
Ted that if funds permitted a behalf of the berry growers and proposition of Cecil Rafuse
residence in the sena- from the crowded condition of their
county or
irt be placed south of Lake City torial district from which the can- shippers Qf the state for a better Edenfield and Earl Smith, offering 33 1-3 per cent of face of Florida's 1932 automobile license school. Supterlntendent instructed
road and better certificate of 33 1-3 cent of all tags will be black with
2. didate is competing. rate adjustment a refrigeration two well-known young men of per orange to meet the trustees on Wednes-

t was reported at the session Each applicant must present to charge, Mr. Campbell Lake Butler and Union county, and subsequent taxes without Interest, numerals. day morning and see 'If arrangements -
t the road had been entirely the superintendent health stated in his report, and it is high- Choice Dicks and Taylor Young, for the redemption of his lands In They will be the name size and I could be made that would
pleted county he that the colored Township 7, Range 22 was accepted. weight as those In this
from Lake .City to Papa and character certificates and fill ly probable, intimated have been arrested and use year- give relief.
and that every indication out an application blank to be fur- case will be brought to a conclusion lodged In the county Jail accusedof The Bradford County Tele but they'll cost a third more, since Hellbronn school met the board

luted to the completion' of' the nished by the county superintendent. with a favorable decision for Flor- cattle stealing. Nat Perry, colored graph was designated to publishthe the legislature boosted the price to I and asked for relief In their school r

FW between San Mateo and Each county superintendenthas ida shippers and growers. is also 'sakl'to have been a laws of the general and extra that extent. as the condition of that school ia

pell early next year. The lastTwl been notified of the vacanciesin member of the band of alleged rustlers session of the Florida legislatureof Acting Motor Vehicle Commissioner almost unbearable. Trustees ad-

section enjoys Federal aid. his section the announcement GAS PRICE SETBY but he has not been appre 1931. Walter S.: McLIn said 465- vised to make certain 'investiga
Ate COMPANIESThe hended. His Mr. D. W. Moore asked for the 000 of the
arrest
road 28 association waa said. Information be obtained is expected by new plates were being tions and report to the board their:
may
wed 1 at a meeting held at Key- from the Sheriff Brannen'most.any time. appointment of an inspector for ordered from the state tag factoryat findings In this case.

"no Heights on Nov. 10, last county superintendents. news story carried in the It is said that they stole a cow marks tend brands at Hampton, 5th Ralford prison. The board decided to have a

*: The officers elected at that *j last issue concerning the wide va- belonging to Paul Renfroe,'on the commissioners district, recommending heating expert go over the beating

bering were: E. S. Matthews, of OR. R. N. HOLLAND/ riance in prices of gasoline in Brad- farm of Aden Foster on Olustee I Mr J. F. Johnson for such tary board for tick eradication 1-2 system of Bradford High ,School

the, president: J. W. Campbell ford and Duval counties without Creek, 15 miles southwest of Lake office. After consideration Mr. mill: prison fund, 3-8 mill; free and make certain report as to the

Palatka executive vlce-preul- Friends of Dr. Robt. N. Holland any apparent reason therefor Butler, July 11, butchered It and : Johnson was appointed.The text book fund, 1-2 mill; total mill- present heating system.
X.R. H. caused considerable comment on sold the meat In the following were placed on thewidow's 4 7-8 mills
Chapman neighborhoodand age
of
Lake The
City, were shocked to learn of his sudden bills for the month were
"fer the practice of oil companies in in Lake City. pension roll: Yours truly
and H. H. Tanner of Pare death Thursday morning July very were audited and paid.
I arbitrarily setting prices to filling They were arraigned before Mrs. E L. Swilley, Brooker, Fla., Ernest Amos, Comptroller"
secretary. These officers 30th, at the home of Dr. W. E. All teachers and bus drivers were
Present at the meeting Frilrk" Middleton where he had resided stations In different counties, and County Judge Hal Y. Malnes, Tues, 6 children, $18.00. The board then took up the mat- paid for their work.

well as H. C. Wall of during his stay in Starke.Dr. also makes necessary the correc- day, July 28, and bond for each was Mrs. Alice Thomas, Brooker, Fla. ter of considering the estimated No further business the board e
tion of the statement regarding the set at $500. All waived preliminary 2 children, $6.00. budget but decided to finally consider
continued their
e.e Holland was born in Marietta meeting until August -
matter of arranging the Ga., in 1893. He was graduatedIn price In Duval. The article stated hearing except Taylor Young, who Mrs. Dot King, Lawtey, Fla., 3 and adopt a budget on the 17 1931.
J* of the wholesale price in Duval countyat not As children, $9.00. first In D.
this locality will be called medicine and from pleaded guilty. we go to Monday Sepetmber, A. A. J. Griffls, Secretary.
17 attention of the surgery that time was 12 cents a gallon, press, none of them have filed Mrs. A. O. Brown, Sampson City, 931. .
county com- Emory University, served overseas -
when they meet in this in the World War and was an error of one cent, the correct bond. They will await the action of Fla., 4 children $12.00. The hope was expressed, by the SATURDAY LAST DAY TO f

next Tuesday, it was stated. cited for valor. Later taking post price for that county being 13 cents the grand jury .In December- Mrs. Ruth Mary Highland, Fla. board that they may be able to QUALIFY
and 16 cents for Bradford county. Lake Butler TimesATTACKED : 5 children, 1500. lower the millage from 1930 assessment -

I EKECTING WHOLESALE graduate work in New Holland, York. With the state tax of one cent e Mrs. Sarah Harvey, Lawtey, Fla. even In the face of the fact Saturday, August- 8th will be
,As a physician Dr. was
STORE possessed of unusual skill and had added to prices August 1st, gaso WITH:'WRENCH 2 children, 600. that 20 per cent has been taken the last day to qualify for the city;

enviable dur- line is now delivered to filling stations Mrs. Missouri Hodges, Lawtey, off of land values. The hope was election to be held In September.

''a Boree of Jacksonville is built his up an in Starke.practice. in Bradford county for 17 Mrs. Arthur Barron was released Fla., :2 children, $9.00. further expressed that they might To vote in the city It la necessary '

Li g a bUilding on Tenth street ing He became stay associated with Dr. cents, and in' Duval county for 141 from the county Jail Tuesday after- Mrs. Emma Woodle, Lawtey, have the cooperation of the bond to be registered on the city books

I the to b9 used M a Middleton in 1923. cents, with an advance in nail noon under bond of $1,000 follow- Fla., 2 children, $9.00. trustees and the school board in de- and have 1929 and 1930 poll ,tax

l-t:::ale and retail feed and grain Dr. Holland was active in the or- price to 21 cents in Starke and 19 ing her arrest Monday on a chargeof Mrs Hettie, Bennett, Lawtey, termnlng a lower rate of millage. paid. County registration does not

In. The business will be in of the Jones-Langford- cents at some stations outside of assault with Intent to murder, Fla., 2 children $6.00. A comparative report of the total qualify for city election. d
of his BOn, ganization towns within the county. Stations the result of an attack by her upon Mrs. Louanna Griffin, Lawtey, assessment of 1930 and of 1931 e
Randolph Boree in
er Supplies for farmers and White Post, American medical Legion examinerfor outside of Jacksonville are, selling I S. L. Peek at his farm east of Fla., 3 children, $9.00. was filed by the tax assessor as BANK TO PAY DIVIDEND
Were will be carried Starke, and waa gasoline for 14 ,cents, or, as one Starke :Monday afternpon. Mr. The following resolution was follows:
Mr. Boree Veterans Bureau.Dr. I d
ed Including strawberry crates Holland was reserved and local distributor puts 4t, for the Peek was struck on the head witha adopted: Real estate, 1930, $1,321,000.00; Jo*. E. Wilson, liquidator of the
cups and fertilizers.. but to have same price they pay for it. wrench inflicting a scalp wound i"That whereas, several land own- 1931, 83928000. Lake Butler Bank, stated Wednes-
unassuming in manner of, his fine In connection with the deliveryof and received another blow on the era being delinquent In tax 'paying Personal property, 1930 $204-I day that this bank was ready 'to

,\T TilE GAIETY fathomed the depth called him gasoline to Baldwin by the local hand as he grappled with the wom- i and while none of Bradford county 30000; 1931, S21 .26".00. pay a 15 percent dividend to depositors

worth and to have Shell bulk station, at lower price''' an and held her until her husband road bonds or coupons have been Railroad. 1930 $541,52300; 1931, and such depositors are l
rtclay and friend was Indeed a privilege.In than sold locally, Mr. Alexander and E. M. Thomas reached the defaulted It was thought wise to $457,971.00.
Saturday that great Dr. Holland a requested to present their certlfi-
tern the passing of stated that he had to scene, it was reported.The to accept road bonds or cou- '
talking picture, "Santa Fe Useful mind has been Wednesday agree Total. 1930, $2,000,82300; 1931, caes to him for thin 15 percent pay-
l' featuring Richard' Arlen. brilliant and sell his product at the price set for Barrens are tenants on the pons In payment of taxes In accor- $1.512.515.00.: I ment.
skill
OIIday and Tuesday next an i, lost to this section, but be his Duval county which is 14 cents, and I Peek farm and It was stated Wednesday dance with senate bill No. 852, Los on valuations, railroad' .

PtiODally thrilling picture. and faithful service will greatly ,this price of 14 cents was set by Mr. Peek went to his place passed by the legislature of Flor- 83552.00; real .estate 481720.00; WOODMEN CIRCLE PICNIC

nor Among Lovers" remembered. the Shell Company to' meet the Monday afternoon to arrange for ida In 1931." automobile assessment, $87,550.00; -
featuring the
Idette Colbert and Fredrlc I His body, reposing beneath price cut in Duval county by an- planting strawberries, after The following letter was received total, $632,822.00. There will be a combined Wood-

cb She married a man she colors he honorably served was accompanied other major oil company. As statedIn speaking to Barren. While therewith from lion Ernest Amos, namingthe Gain in personal property $10- men Circle and W. O. W picnic at

rely knows because she fears I to the train by an escort / the article last week, this practice a tractor preparing the state millage to be assessed for 964.00. the Cascade Plunge, Klngsley Lake*

all she loves too well. Is that from the American Legion.Marietta is not confined to any one oil I ground Mrs Barron asked Mr. 1931: Total loss In assessment for 1931, on Thursday evening, August 13th. S
at
'r among lovers? Interment took place company, as distributors are allow Peek if be would withdraw his suit Tallahassee, July 23 1931. $641,838.00. All W, O. W and Circle member +

.1/l0ti. isn't' all work! Some- Ga... .. ed to sell gasoline In Duval countyfor against Barron for an accounting To the Honorable Tax Assessors of Reports were flied by the follow- with their families are cordially g.,

the boss and hla secretary MOVES OFFICE three cents less per gallon than of receipts from last strawberry the several counties of the Stateof ing: County Judge, showing seven Invited to come and bring well filled j
tune to puy. This boss LIQUIDATOR in Bradford. season if they allowed him to plant Florida: convictions, total fine and 'coats baskets. u

hanobornest and wealthiest It Jos. E. ,Wi1 on.'liquidator for the another crop there this. year. The Addressed. collecte
e-lor In New York and he's In Bradford County Bank, ha moved W. O. W. MEETING answer apparently waa not satisfactory Dear, Sirs: ; and report of home demonstration Dunedin Florida Citrus Machinery -

with his KM assistant Then his office and bank record to the -'-- to the woman and she Please be advised that the state agent. Company's local plant op-

lllarrlq aomeone Lat office adjoining H. C. Wall's insurance The only regular meeting of struck with the wrench. he turned millage for the year 1931, has been There being no further business erating on full-time schedule. w,

-Hollor Among Lovers.no Why office. Mr. Wilson will com- Camp 138 W. O. W. during August away. fixed as follows: the board adjourned until the next Daytona Beach H. M. Griffin,, '

plete duties incumbent upon him and September, will be> on the State school fund, 1 mill; pen- regular meeting to be held the first local architect, started plans for +

Deer Braa. took .. liquidator of the closed bank at I 1st Friday of each month. Tavare New, sidewalks being sion fund, 2 1-4 mills; state boardof Monday in Sept.ntber,1931. proposed $265.000 post office build

White Way Catage over this lacsUon.bdi45.. J. W. Morgan Clerk. laid at local high school grounds. health 1-4 mill; live stock aaDJ'I G. W. Alderman Clerk. ing for this. city. I,


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f 8 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGBAPn. 8TARKB FLORIDA FRIDAY, Arni-cT
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I/,,., -'AGR TWO ___ __ ____ _._ ,_ "___. ',hi I
I I 1 .. .. ... .... -- .. ... - - ___._____ ..-- --- --- h. of Avon Park few -- -
-- Annie Bell, a
Mr. Hall Glissen and sister Opal, Ocala Floridians '
of last week here with friends cosz;
days the IItate's
EGG PRODUCERS COOPERATIVETO of Belmore were visiting relatives and relatives. should not many natural I't
overlook
here Saturday.Mrs. .
Mrs. Olga Prevatt of Valdosta, Tourists Spanish lilt"
have
Evelyn Crosby spent Sun- for \
Ga., was visiting her mother Mrs. looked vearl In .
EXCEED HALF MILLIONAmalgamation day with her sisters Mrs. Amanda upon gray; pant
Silcox and Miss Beulah Edwardsat Sarah Mott here Sunday hanging from countless oars
Mr. Ressle Colson was a business other trees .
Starke. as on,
rl i Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my palL-Pialm 119105.: Miss Edna Lewis returned to her visitor in Valdosta. Ga., Monday.HAMPTON beautiful assets. W Florida.? air *

I of Florida's three the Florida poultrymen"W home here Saturday, after spending it for granted and haveT?y

I ; fiT l 3Tlrt ? All religious teaching doctrine or regional egg co-operative market- B. Haggerty now managerof a few days with her cousin, used to seeing; It JM
li>nPlUnriliiDl UriHUi: creed If they are to have any claim Ing associations was agreed upon the Gulf Coast Co-operative, will Miss Opal Glissen at Belmore. Ically In every vagrant swaying !
) and devotion of the people mu t be In harmony with breeze ll
the love loyalty Jacksonville Saturday -
In
tpon at a conference have entire charge of the operationof Miss Marie Alvarez of Vanderbilt moss has another
fr the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice affected BUM Ada Nlmiuo. Cor. value bJij.
"NEVER MAN of the officials of the the association in the field. Mr. section and Miss Mildred Welch that of being
' of the human whom It was laid in John 7:46.: attractive!
ir r SPAKE heartNSMAand ." groups. Haggerty is a successful producer, of Pine Level was visiting Miss past twenty years the mow Lkl

( and Union counties are In\'U..d to anti this de- The new association which will thoroughly acquainted with the Audrey McRae Saturday after Dr. and Mrs. Boady and Mr. Wil try has been flourishing and M
Pastors of Bradford and announce- be known as the Florida Egg Producers : production problems of the poul noon. ing in Florida. Sine i

4 narlment for news of church and activities no charge organizational mode-1 he only requirement Co-operative will includethe trymen of the state and will be Mr. A. J. Harnage of Wateroak, liam Boady of Lewisburg, Ohio, of the automobile with its the *
given
t n .j mt nta.. that ISluu'such freely Items reach thiN office before Wednesday morning, North Florida, the Central available to assist the poultrymen was a caller here Tuesday.Mr. have been the guests of Mrs. of cushions to be stuffed 1I111b,

y tl'w fi being therwlN they cannot h. handled for current lunge,. Florida and the Gulf Coast Poul-, members of the association throughthe T. N. Norman closed his Boady'a cousin, Rev. F. M. Taylorand come into its own. (t i Is moa

j I try Co-operative associations, the : state with their production singing school at Pine Level Saturday family this week. make the best stuffing for llall!

: t I arose and was baptized." combined volume of whose businessis I problems. \: night. The people of that -Miss Clara Mae Sasser of Val- mobile cushions of any lit

I F" SCHOOL After serving the Lord nearly 30 expected to amount to more than' -_ .---- section wish to thank him for the dosta, On., is visiting Miss Blanche that can be secured on matt
SUNDAY \
1; LESSON I years Paul wrote to Timothy "I $500,000 during the next,season. good he has accomplished there. Faver this week. I its being so tough and account

: ) I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who The Jacksonville meeting re Mr. Marvin Ogden of Pompano : at the same time soft and 8prlngy!

hath enabled me. Who was beforea ceived the proposal for amalgamation EVERGREEN is the guest of his uncle J. H. Sax- Numbers of moss factories yield!:.

!' :Ji f '\ FOR AUGUST 0, 1931 blasphemer, and a persecutor through C. Roscoe Ryan gen- Mr. JI'. A. Hauler. Cor. on and family. operation In the state &It'

''t x and Injurious: but I obtained eral manager of both the Central I BROOKER Mrs. C. P. Sasser of aVldosta and ginning the product preps for

I i j' Subject: Saul "Converted and mercy because I did it ignorantly In I Florida and North Florida Poultry I Mrs J. S. Rosier spent the weekend I Idles Vera Gulney Cor. Ga.., Is. spending this week with and the gathering of moslr!t

a ;1. Commissioned unbelief." Co-operatives. Mr. Ryan told the I at the Penney Farms guest of I I I Mrs. P. B. Hunt.A. the trees furnishes} (

4" ,) Golden Text: "I was not disobedient Jacksonville committee that both her granddaughters, Mesdames 1 L. Sullivan of Theressa has for hundreds of people emplo'tnt.)
Mrs. Sarah Driggers,. Mrs. Elva
unto the heavenly vision. the Central Florida of Orlando and Jess Saunders and Robbie Lee. taken charge of the filling station
WKUKLY; KKKMONKTTK: I Rivers and children were visiting
1''I wj }4 Acts 2619.: the Gulf Coast Poultry Associa : Mr. and Mrs. J. M:. Rosier and east of town, that ties recently
Lesson Text: Acts 9:1-9: 17.19; tion of Tampa had agreed; to the I daughter, Mrs. Walter Lee, were friends and relatives here Sunday. been operated by Walter Jones. He
4 < How to Attain Eternal Life : Mrs. A. F. and R. B. Raulerson,
I t 1 Tim. 11214.: proposed amalgamation which : visiting B. E. Rosier and mother is doing a good business.
And behold with their
22. week here
Matthew 19:16: 21, who spent the ,
about 4 younger would place the marketing of
: Saul was years eggs afternoon. Cleveland SulUvan of Theressa,
and said unto him. Friday Mr and Mrs.. H. P. Gainey, : l 1
one came parents, .r.c
+ II than Jesus. He was converted I Iin a producing belt commencing Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and wai the guest of'his mother, Mrs.J. Ialt 1
I Good Master, what good thing shall returned to their home in Okeechobee nay .tjyplam r it a
old. from Nassau and -
n 1 county comprisIng
Vi'i' when about 40 years Mrs. Sapp of Lawtey, spent Sunday P. Sullivan this week.
I do, that I may have eternal life 7 last Friday. They were accom-
"Paul was born a Jew, a member all districts from that point to afternoon with B. E. Rosier Rev. McGauley will preach at the
21. Jesus said unto him If thou panied home by their cousin, Miss
that Inellas and that the
tribes
of the ,
: of the smallest county, eggs and mother. Baptist church next Sunday morning
wilt be perfect, go and sell that Miss Lois Gainey. I
named Saul produced in some 22 counties in
r of Benjamin. Ha was Mv. and Mrs. Ellery Redding of and evening.
"' thou and give to the poor Mr. E. S. of Plant City,
hast Gainey
) l of the Jews the state would thus be marketed
,
Tf; I 44 after the first king the state farm, were visiting his Vesta and Edwin Wheeler) of Fa-
and thou shalt have treasure In last here with his
; jfIF{ al' ;., who was a member of his tribe, and follow through one co-operative agency.E. mother Mrs. H. F. Redding Satur. spent Sunday bius Ala., but formerly of Hampton
but when be began to travel and heaven; .and come me. C. Pettishall president of mother Mrs. H. Gainey. were visiting here this week. When Theatres BlirtTh.
In'J sit Gentiles he used 22.:;: But when the young man North Florida Association said the day.Mrs. Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler, >
the
ti preach among Hester Sapp spent the past They have many friends here who
heard that saying, he went away attending to business here
't the Latin name Paul. We know had proposed amalgamation would week here the guest of relatives. was are always glad to see them.J. .. Irofiunii tlir.in. 5..., In rhk.,.
+ of his family except that sorrowful: for he great pos would mean greater efficiency of Sunday. 1W3. .au...' 51111 .L.h..np. Y
,
HVi, nothing Mr. and Mrs. Son Yarbrough R. Colley who is an employe .. 250 ..
?? '+!' he had a slater, and that his father sessions. operation reduction In operation moved back from DeLeon Springs Mr. H. P. Gainey motored to. of the railroad company and is on June.... are.'A. In 8In.1 1\127, rrd mourn. plum' .am
Prayer: Lord we hear Thee say: Hampton last Sunday morning. 711 dro'h' ,W.
30 ....
.
bad been made a Roman citizen so expenses better standardization, Friday of last week. duty at Jacksonville, spent several InJ.
that Saul was a Roman by birth a Obey my voice and I will be Thy and the elimination of competition Mr.; and Mrs. Redding of 'Messrs. Ressle Colson and E. A. days with his family here. Today., we h.,. brtlrr lull.llnm, ,
+ God and thou shalt be my people. Bryant and H. P. Gainey were business Ira ..r... . a.
l, ' : 'Rt ' great privilege which he found between the organized groups of the state farm, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and Mrs. O. .10. are mud .dio... ... rw.pa
visitors in Live Oak Tuesday.Mrs In.p..n. of .1.. .....1
,
useful than one oc- producers which meant lower 1 10
very on more his mother Mrs. H. F. Redding. : L. Harrison were shopping in "p,.
casion. Also his father must have DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS prices to the producer without any Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and : G. H. Schofield of Inverness Starke this week. To.l.x, tea lli. ,,lm. of .J.lm. Ia
; r l been In comfortable circumstances, corresponding benefit to the con- and Is spending a few days here with laN_ to mure Ihoroi_.. udnry
) ; he could not have sent his son AugUHt 7 sumer. children were visiting Mr. friends and relatives. .n< .|>,...Ia...... .."| ,|,. mnrh en
or Mrs. Henry Dunn at Woodlawn ......... ..Rnlalw.y.mJr0M''jr I
to Jerusalem to be educated. Great Things Fear the Lord, "The big market for the associa- Mr. L. L. Morgan was transact- Miami Beach Building permits ......ap.... |.n Important plm 1 to .5

111,' A pious Jew however such, as and serve Him In truth: for consider tion's eggs is Jacksonville Miami, Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Will Kersey and ing in Jacksonville Saturday. issued here for first,18 days of __..1.,.. y

I Saul's father would never send his how great things he hath done and Tampa" said Mr. Ryan. "When Oak Messrs. L. R. Gainey A. B. Sur- June totaled $282,850. HAROLD C. WA
attended church at
family
? :y boy to a heathen university. Saul for you.-1 Samuel 12: 24. these associations operate as sep Grove' rency and R. T. Osteen were attending Sarasota Foundations being

was taught first at home, and then August 8 arate units we do hot have the efficiency near Macclenny Saturdayand to business In Starke Mon laid for erection of store buildingon INSURANCE

,I in the school maintained In the The High Calling Be ye therefore In handling these eggs Sunday. day.Mrs. Main C street for use of Kickllter

dl local synagogue where he ,was -perfect even as your Father 'which we would have by puttingthe :Wateroak Mr. and Mrs.were Ury visiting Reddish their of I Bell Thomas and daughter Bros STARKE. FLORIDA

sent at the age of six or seven. which is in heaven Is perfect.- handling under one direction." -
daughter Mrs. Cohen Peele Friday
His only text book'was the Old Matthew 3: 48. Explaining the plan of the super- '
evening of last week.
ti Testament. This went on till Saul August 9 selling agency, Mr. Langner said
Mrs. C. A. Pringle and children
was thirteen years old and had be- Petition and Answer-This poor the established policies of the Fed-
afternoon with her .
e come a "son of the commandment." man cried, and the Lord heard him, eral-Farm Board in the organization spent Sunday
Mrs. J. S. Rosier.RISING .
He was then regarded as a man and saved him out of all his troub of state-wide selling agencies mother .

and must fit himself for earning les.--Psalm 34: 6.Aufruxt. would be adopted by the new or

4 t his living, for every Jewish boy 10 I ganization. The three regional ...
must learn a trade. This was all Thirsting for God-As the heart member groups will retain their individual .

the more necessary because Saul panteth after the water brooks so set-up but all of the selling re
) MI. Iris. Mvllav. Cor.
was intended for the honorable panteth my soul after thee, O God. will be done through, the new central -

p i calling of rabbi or clergyman, and My soul thirsteth for God, for the. agency. e r

I the rabbis received no salary but living God.-Psalm 42: 1, 2. Because of the geographical location Mrs. W. W. Wood and children ,

,: carried on the secular business August 11 of Orlando and the regular of DeLeon Springs, were visiting

which they had learned In youth. Faith and Works Trust in the flow of eggs to and from north and : relatives here last week.

Saul's business by which he sup: Lord and do good: so shalt thou central Florida points to the south Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae were

ported himself was that of a tent. dwell in the land, and verily thou eastern consuming centers'of the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raiford"A1varez

: 'i maker This was a thriving indus- shalt be fed.-Psalm 37: 3. state, the Orlando packing house I in Vanderbilt section Sunday.

1 try at Tarus. Cilicla abounded in August 12 will be continued and the eggs of I Miss Pearl Johnson spent the n 7r

goats and their hair was woven Impotent Man: In God have I put the member associations shipped, week-end at Starke with Misses

into a stout fabric which served my trust: I will not be afraid what to that point for Inspection grad: Muriel and Rachel Silcox. 4

for tent curtains. In this work man can do unto me.-Psalm B6': ing handling and packing and re'

Saul continued until at the age 11. distribution.C. .

).'I'' of fifteen, he wall. sent to "the August 13 H. Magoon, extension poultry COFFINS &CASKETS

I House of Interpretation" the rab- Genuine Praise-Whoso oftereth specialist for Duval county, who And a Full Line of
(; binical college In Jerusalem, in praise glorlfleth me; and to him attended the conferences stated

1 which Gamaliel was a teacher." that ordereth his way aright will I that the proposed plan which In. Undertakers' Supplies

"After completing his theological show the salvation of God.Psalm eludes the Duval County Poultry.men .

training in Jerusalem Saul returned 60: 23. has his unqualified approval.Mr. AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE',,

} y to Tame probably; servingas Magoon was active In assistingthe AIWBT .. H.id. Til. bCVterrle ii
a rabbi there for about fifteen SAXTON North Florida poultrymen or- .* tll. I.w.. price. Do you knock on wood every time you setout ?h

years; thus he was away from ganize for co-operative marketing. Special ttcntloB to telegraph for an airing iq the car?
ord.r.REGi.TEREU *
Jerusalem during the ministry of Regular preaching services every "Amalgamation of these associations -

our Lord, and never saw him in the first and third Sunday of each ," said Mr. Magoon "will tend BMHALMBIl: Is your heart In your mouthr when you j / i'' '

flesh." month. Rev. W. B. Christy of Law. to stabilize and develop new mar- DEWITT C. JONES swing Into a curve at a little more speed // d/I

In the lesson for July 26 we tey Methodist church in charge. A keting outlets for Florida eggs and ,
STARKE FLORIDAStimUSeed
than the law allows? I y9/
w cordial Invitation extended the public ,J
learned that Paul was present at anything which will help to accomplish /

Stephen's death and consented tf.ritKSBYTKKIAX this highly desirable for There' nothing like a set of i junky old tires

thereto and that he made havockof to take the joy out of driving.
the church. I.

Today's lesson begins, "And Why worry about blowouts when you can
Services Sunday August 9, as
} Saul breathing out threatening follows: buy sturdy Goodyear Pathfinders at present
'I'' and slaughter the
against disciples
10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. levels?
r of the Lord went unto the high

%' I )(, priest. Truby 11 a. supt.m. Morning worship. Rev. Never in the history; of the automobile has f

; And desired letters to Damascus Wilbur Scott will preach today in tire mileage been priced so low.
t that if he found any of this way

i he might "bring them bound unto the 7 p.absence m. Christian of the End pastor.l1vor. Topic A SEED AND PLANT ELIXIR Supertwist cord, Goodyear craftsmanship,

Jerusalem. "This way" meant "Good and Bad Features in Amuse Does all the Name ImpliesA long life,, safe riding.For .
t1 those who followed Christ because "
ments. Miss
Leader Lucille
:' h said "I am the way." The letters your Information and your peace of
l Mitchell. No evening preaching services -
carried by Paul were from the during month of August. The chemical composition for a seed and transplant treatment mind run your eye over these prices:
r, high priest CJaaphas and wouldI which combines In one process the two factors of parasite pre-
mid-week
), be obeyed by the rulers of the prayer meeting will be vention and continuous growth and production development.Averts tEach
suspended also during this month.A Diseases.
Other
} Damping Off and Fungus
at Damascus. Damascus ,
synagogues cordial Invitation to all and starts Site Price
our This process coats the seed with Insoluble chemicals Site Price
;
j northwest wall a from large city, 140 miles services extended to all. physiological reactions which act vigorously throughout the Pair Each Pair I 1

( A Jerusalem. growth of the vegetable or plant treated. 29x4.40(4.40.21).14.98( ) $ 9.60
29x325(525.19)$8.15(
'J "And he came near Damascus; fET110UIST'Sunday FOR SEEDSTUBERSTRANSPLANTS.A ) $15.80

t and suddenly there shined roundabout new idea In crop production and the only product of Its kindon 29d.5O C.50.20))..... 5.60 10.90 31d.2S (525.21)... . 8.57' 16J030x4.50(450.21)

l.t him a light from heaven: school 10 a. m. E. K. Per- this or any other market. C )..... 5.69 11.10 28d.sO ((5.50.18)) ..... 8.75 17.00
And he fell to the and
r!): heard a voice saying earth unto him ryman supt.Worship MANUFACTURED BY 28x4.75 C 4.75-19))..... 6-5 12.90 29xS.5O ((5.50-19)) .... 830 113029z435
11 Cod'sPortion.
a. m Subject:
:,;: Saul why persecutest thou me? STIMUPLANT LABORATORIES, Inc ((4.75-20).01) 6.75 13.10 32x6.oo ((6.00-20)) 6 ply 11.50 22.30

,_' -rr' And he said. Who art thou, There will be preaching in the 29xS.OO ((5.00.19)) ..... 6.98 13.60 33.6.00 ((6.00.21)) 6 ply lU5 22.60

1J J. Lord? and the Lord said, I am, Methodist church at the evening Green Cove Spring. Florida 3Qx5.oo ((5.00.20))..... 7.10 13.80 30x33 R.4. cl. High -

:/ Jesus And whom he trembling thou persecutest and astonished: I hour. r 22 1931. 28x5.25(5.25.18)( ). .... 7.1fi! 15.30 Pressure . ..... .4.39 8.54 29 4.40 ((4-40-21)) Balloon 0we I;

I said. Lord what Starke Florida July tIIlll lrrf.n.g these .. Chevrolet*!
1 wilt thou have me BAPTIST apply fire /" 1925-27 Ford..
Carl R. Schultz, Agent,
to do: And the Lord said unto him, Green Cove Springs Florida. Whippet and Stan.REGISTER .

ij Arise and go Into the city and It I Sunday'school at 10 a. m., A. J. My dear Mr. Schultz:

}: shall be told thee what thou must Thomas supt.Worship My experiments with your "Stim-U-Seed" since last Novem-

'" do. I at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ber have not been on a very extensive scale as I wanted first to
:(1 "And Saul arose from the earth; The pastor will preach at both make sure that you really had what' you claimed.I .

;iJ and when his eyes were opened he services. The Wednesday evening root-treated strawberry plants before planting and others r

.saw no man: but they led him by services will be discontinued until that had been planted I sprayed as directed. There was a big t
the hand, and brought him into September.' difference between these plants and those not treated. I got
Damascus.And many more and larger berries with a much Improved color. It
.
,, for to accurate record of the yieldas
an
he was three was impossible me keep
days without Jacksonville Local branch of
the treated rows were scattered all over.
sight and neither did he eat American Bakeries cracker fac-
nor with "Stlm-U-Seed" was
The result of treating Irish potatoes
I iulfi-
i y drink. tory at Birmingham Ala., openedin remarkable. I got about 40 per cent more from the treated ones
The Lord sent Ananias a Chris this city.Clermont. but the main difference was that those not treated were shy on
; t 'h tian in Damascus "go Inquire in T. D. Carson pur- No 1's but plenty of No. 2'. and 3'., while the treated were almost -

ti, j, the house of Judas for Paul of chased Sanitary Lunch from Clarence all No. Vs. very uniform and with a fine skin.
,(jI j y Tame: for behold he prayeth.. Nash. You may send anybody that wants to know more to me.

"Ananias went into the house: Palmetto Theodore Monokan- Yours truly. MOTOR COMPANY

r and putting his hands on him said dylos and Mike Karas opened shoe (Signed.) F, F. FLUME.

Brother Saul, the Lord, even Jesus repair and hat cleaning shop on / -
For Sale By
bath sent me, that thou mtghtest Main street. Starke Florida

receive thy sight and be filled with Hollywood Plans under way BROWNLEE BROS. CAMERON SEED STORE ,

the Holy Ghost. for erection of 100.00O capacity Starke, Florida Jacksonville Fla
And immediately there fell from elevated tank to be located at City
R. R. THEDE; Lawtey M..R '. KJND
I his eyes aa It had been scales; and Hall Circle. as part of, city water po. TH.'R

ftfy he received sight forthwith and I, system

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, 7. lOst BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE THRER

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Clearwater Lewis F. Eckert, with him for five years, Edward which he will use as a winter home. held on charges of suspicion.! They other will become Interested until

principal of Largo schools was Harrington Jr.. 13, left a Y. M. Mr. Winter paid $73,000 for his were arrested at Blount's home after Okaloosa will boast of thousand

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs convicted here by a county court C. A. camp near Jacksonville Sat- new home, which was built about a bloodhounds followed a trail of acres of Tung trees.

jury on a charge of assault and urday and hitched hiked here on year ago by the Fisher company from a burned automobile In which -
battery; whipping a 10-year-old what so far has been a fruitless It has never been occupied. It will the robbers escaped to a boat near Stuart-A cattle patrol camp on

pupil James Wilbur Mussey! last search. The boy, carrying a blanket be furnished before autumn and Bloun 's house. The robbers obtained the Dixie highway north of stuart.

April 22. Sentence was deferred. and a tin plate, reported to police ready for occupancy early In the $6,000 In cash, $2000 in operated for three years to prevent

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD It was alleged that Eckert took here last night, and while a winter season. travelers checks, $350 In Liberty spread of cattle tick into territory
the child to the boiler room of the search Is being made for his par bonds and a $4,000 city of LaBelle south of here, was discontinued to-
ents who are separated, he is being bond. day. It was operated by the state
school and flogged him 'with his Lake City A new angle has
belt for a prank in which a group held at the county juvenile home. developed in the plans of promoting under supervision of the federal

of pupils threw a cat into the window The boy said he was an inmate of a large strawberry acreage In Key West.-The Rev. C M. San- government. Closing of the camp
BY OUR EXCHANGES of a woman teacher's home. a boys' orphanage near Jackson Columbia county. If the necessary ford, pastor of the Fleming street was effected: by Dr. J. H. Yoder, of
the United States bureau of animal
ville. acreage can be secured for strawberries Methodist church here, has
-
instructions from
------- -- husbandry, on
------ - "
- Gainesville Federal prohibition another season packing changed his mind about fining men

r ZTup to June 6, accord- termelon seed, were removed by a agents working out of the Jacksonville-When the north sheds will be erected and the product of his congregation' 25:: cents for Dr. T. of W tick Cole eradication, Jacksonville work, In In

r. thtcitrua Exchange fruits broncho-scope, a lighted tube Pensacola office, assisted by Harvey shivers Florida is comfortable and 'will be bought at the leading coming to church with coats on charge Florida. Patrol lines on the north

.1 Sipped 99. 94 cars of which was inserted through their Waits of this city, deputy Unit warm under the rays of a smiling platform for cash as is the case inStarke during the summer ,months. Hqw- boundry of Martin county will be
ed States marshal, made a flying sun. When the north swelters and other strawberry centers ever, he still Is In favor of the comfort -
with fence riders work1 1 ,
vegetables. continued,
I windpipes. raid yesterday morning and destroyed Florida is comfortable in the cool The Reporter believes sufficient of shirt sleeves during the
Ing betwen the St. Lucie river and
county ship- two stills, arresting one breezes that sweep across the state acreage can be secured to warm weather "I would like to see
-Hardee Ocala Construction has begunon Lake Okeechobee. Dr. Yoder ex
'aucbula of fruit and person. A 60-gallon still was from gulf to ocean and from ocean make strawberry growing profitable eve/y man come to church duringthe

2862 freigh t between last a drainage canal leading from found on the property of W. L. Nelson to gulf. A check up of train travel I In Columbia county every year, summer with his coat ort" Mr. had plained advanced} that tick sufficiently eradication in work the

stable and by July 1'1, Lake Weir, in the southern partof residing ,near Newnan's lake,, and automobile in this city and until Lake City will be known to Sanford said/ "There is nothing working area of Citrus

obcr 1 Marlon county, to Tiger Den with 400 gallons of mash. Nelson passing through the city shows be aa much of a strawberry center) disrespectful about u man going to present Sumter Lake, Seminole, Orange
Florida Farmny was arrested and lodged In the Ala. that the traffic Is the heaviest since as Plant City, Wauchula or Starlte. a. place of worship without a coat.
Lnesvllle"The Swamp. Work on the canal will Brevard; Indian River and the eastern *
and Feeble chua .county Jail. the boom days of 1925. Cars are He did not flay why he had decidedto
Epileptic be supervised by J. E. Walker, parts of Osceola and St. Lucie
for _
Gainesville had seen on the streets in numbers Marianna T A partnership between dispense with the fine. Two
Children at engineer, while owners of counties that It was deemed unnecessary -
lied at the be- county Avon Park-Large dairymen of bearing license tags from most of the county road superintend. weeks ago, Mr. Sanford requestedmen
inmates defray
584 around the lake will to continue patrollingthe
Jul of .- property Florida are proving to their own the eastern and mldwestern states ent, who several months ago sold a of the congregation to forego
year: cost of the work, estimatedto north and south of
the highways
nlng of satisfaction that feed for cattle and some from the western states half interest in 32 head of hogs to wearing carats during the summer
be about Stuart. Permits to ship cattle
whoa $6,500. can be successfully raised in this the board of county commissioners, and aIII he would assess a fine of
M. B. Chancey, from the area, however, still will
; nifav northwest state. They are working along Miami - New revenue laws governing has baen dissolved. Grand Juriesof 2:$ cents for every member falling
six miles Until of be he said.
a farm Stone Marianna- taxpayers i different lines In many instances,, school funds will make It! the past objected to the road superintendent to conform to the regulation. required,
I produced the champion this sea- Jackson county pay in enough I but all report that the cost of necessary for Dade county board I producing hogs from e ''
i thus far 1930( tax roll to makeit
melon the
Iintain brought to town money on feeding stock Is being materially of public instruction to borrow I garbage and other food waste at Crcstvlew- -Okaloo.su county will Eustis Eustis Gold Triangle)
in
I melon road maintenance
The possible, reduced by home production of $200,000( in order to open the the road camp, so he took board become Tung oil headquarters of grapefruit canning plant plans operating -
,
I 46 pounds.
Sev- I
will be
week weighs I the county suspended. nourishing feed. The experiment schools as usual in September, It members into business: with him on ) America, according to plans of on full-time schedule coming

has award- eral men employed on maintenance has been successfully tried out was announced by James J. Mar-: a fifty-fifty basis. The last grand) Charlie Marhoeffer, senior mem- season.
.
of
The navy have been laid off for lack
'ensacola-- plant crews on the Mandts Dairy Farm near shall, chairman of the board today.' jury again objected, and scored ber of the firm of Marhoeffer Bore, Miami Beach Foundation beIng -
for power which to them to
I a contract at the Pensa- funds with pay Avon Park. "The school funds will be derived both the board members and their' of Chicago:\ tax specialists, who laid for office'building and sales
and piping the work.
I ipment Air Station to the InItrlal continue from the motor vehicle license tax superintendent, so this week the own 33.00O( acres of Okaloosa county room for Florida Power &! LightCo.
Naval Equipment Com- Jacksonville--June registrations this year instead of the gasolinetax commissioners took over the en- land. The Marhocffors became ., at 711 Washington avenue, to>
of the most
Haven-One
Power Winter of new automobiles in Florida ," said Mr. Marshall. "The mo- tire half-Interest and will hereafter Interested in Tung oil productionabout cost $20,000. .'r
ny of Baltimore for $57,576. honored and popular sports of were approximately 24 per cent in tor vehicle license tax will not become manage the hog business withouta five years ago, having made Leosburg -- C. G. Kirkland purchased -
about to be Introduced -
Ida Communistic England Is excess of the figures for the same available until after January superintendent. extensive Investigations and studyof Economy Cash Grocery
Port Lauder Lauderdalea to the people of Winter Haven. month a year ago, according to 1, whereas the gasoline tax came the production, manufacture and Store on West Main street from

tlvlty in the Fort today, police The city government is planningto a statement issued by the South along in a fairly steady stream LaBelle --. Two men, believedby marketing phases of the business. Mr. Burt Wilson

was indicated of a quan- have "bowlingonthegreen"equipment ern Automotive Journal, Atlanta. from month to month. authorities to be the bandits Last year they planted the initial Winter Garden Dolph Keene

finding In the erected on city-owned Since June Is the first month this who yesterday robbed the Bank of 1000 acres. In their holdings, located citrus growers and shippers of
'v'ofliterature scattered
property adpoinlng the public library year to show Increased new car Miami Beach .- The name' of LaBelle, were sighted in a swamp on State Rond No. 54, Southof Eustis, considering erection of

J gro sectionO an East Central avenue. registrations in Florida over the Alexander Winter, pioneer auto four miles welt of here today by a Crestview. The results so far packing house here.

Laleah-Thcre will be 45 days and truckers samE month of 1930, a marked mobile manufacturer, has been posse that hoped to capture them have been very sufficient to plantan Mucclenny State Road No. 1,
at Dade City-Farmers turn for the better in business conditions added to the growing list of activeor soon. Sheriff H. L Delaney said additional 3000 acres have been known aa Lake City road, being;
I the coming season In the vicinity of Dade City in this state Is Indicated. retired motor magnates having bloodhounds used to track the robbers produced this season. One other hardsurfaced through this city.

la eat park starting Thursday have signed contracts with the winter homes at Miami Beach. The yesterday had "played out" Chicago developer has been Inter- Arcadia .- Municipal tourist
and Saturday
Cary 14. ending with Manhattan Produce exchange of Avon Park-There will be plentyof man who built one of the first automobiles but the possemen expected to ested in the deevlopment of tung park being Improved. r
'
5, it was announced ??? New York to grow and sell cucumbers pineapples in Avon Park againin in this country has purchased surround the men before the trail oil and has purchased 1600 acres Eustis -7 Chas. Bray opened
$ .-
TSS and purses totaling to that organization this fall 18 months or so. Rerd de An- a home in La Gorce sub was lost. Dan Blount and hill for planting the coming season Crystal market on corner Bay and

0, at a price of 75 cents per bushel guera, secretary of the Pine Crest division located at C848 Bay road. brother-In-law; Ray Dreblo. were Nets says. Mr. Marhoeffer says Stevens streets.

for all commercial cucumbers of Lakes Club has a force busy plant _. u _ ._ .__. __.. _.. __ I
I Miami Construction of Fisher'sermlnai freightrry picking size.Gainesville. ing 5000 slips of the red Spanish

line from Miami to Variety. Avon Park was founded
Island has been started J. M. Burgess,
; center 40-odd
as a pineapple years .
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completed In 60 days.Tie specialist of the state mark-
d will be dairy ago and up until 10 years ago the
work will cost approximately eting bureau In a study of farm pineries here constituted the com

10,000, situation in Florida, finds 39,330 munity's second largest Industry
__ I farm land owners In the state, com- r
With the citrus boom of the early -
Orlando Approximately 300 pared with 16,695 tenants. There '20s( though, the pineriea were
Legates from various parts of the are 58,969 farms In the state, with abandoned.

'nlted States, will attend the an- Polk first, and Jackson second. }

lual convention of National league The average area of farms is a lit- Panama City-Sunday, July 19,

It commission merchants, to be tle over 89 acres. the gravure section of the Birm

eld in Florida during the montht ingham Age-Herald carried a picture

t January. Orlando-After receiving reports of a giant devil fish capturedin
-- from members in various sectionsof Mexico
the waters' of the Gulf of
I i Btountjtown The official pre- the citrus belt, officers of the just off from Panama City bya

LumttJtfor the Calhoun county Frultmen's Association, with head- group of prominent business men sarall + ,

air! /JIM been completed, accord- quarters in Orlando, have esti- of Ensley. Ala. The deep sea nerv

I to D. F. Stanfill, president. mated that the 1931.32 citrus crop monster tipped the scales at ex _

rice amount to $600 In cash will be approximately 8,000,000 actly 2,675 pounds and was photo. -".---

wards The fair will be held November boxes less than the banner crop graphed as soon as the men reach. 111111 /

i to 7. of 1930-31 when approximately ed the city. The picture being made IIl I
26,754,840 boxes were shipped boat revealed the'
alongside of the +
Sebrlng-"That." mused Deputy from the state. mammoth size of the catch. JII I UUIII

iberiff Cliff Pearce, "is what I calln -

appropriate label" as he ex- Pensacola-Incorporation of the Lake City-Lake City is to havea

mined a crude whiskey still he town of New Warrington is being new drug store. The Bennett

lound In a vacant house here. There considered. This new town, crea- Drug Company has leased north

can In which the deputy saide tion of which was practically made store room In the State Exchange

found about 20 gallons of, de- compulsory when BOO families were Bank building, which is In course1"

alured alcohol, was labeled gar- ordered to move from the Federal of remodeling and decoration for

age." reservation, is located on the pav- its occupancy. The Bennetts form-'

ed highway connecting the city erly did an extensive business in I

Milton-The Gulf Power Comny -'and the Naval Air Station. It is Jacksonville, but sold out to the

who owned the Milton ice about five miles from Pensacola. Lane Interests some months ago.

klant which was destroyed by fire The concern operates a chain, and Drivers of 'sixes never 'IJI.nt less

|ome time ago, has sold the siteo Fernandina-Fernandina now has stores in Waycross Tallahassee .

o the People's'' Ice Company of has three porgy plants operatingfull Gainesville and Ocala. It looks 1

Tensacola, and the new owners ex- time and the best la the his- upon Lake City as an importantlink bt cnue It lakes nix cylinder to glee the wmoof/r,
feet to begin the erection of a new tory of the Industry, says the Leader In its growing organization. '
I'ant'; on the old site. of that city. The fish meal company silent power that makes drlvlnfroallft enjoyable a

Is now beginning Its fourth Lake City-Lakeview Automo-

Jacksonville-Exports of grape- season of operation and Is fishing bile tourist park is making fur- v

trait by the Florida Citrus Ex- eight boats. This is the largest ther improvements at present, a
iSange to European countries this I I plant of Its kind in* the south and hard surfaced driveway having .mDat Drivers of sixes are spoiled for any- peed then throttle down to a crawl. The

kreat reason have been three times as I did a fine business last year. been laid down leading to the thing less. Drivers of ehell'are HinottthiiCH! and flexibility you always get are
as ever before, according to gateway from Marion street, and

PE... Patterson, grapefruit sales I Hollywood Kath rine Rawls work has begun of erecting a new "sold" on multiple cylinders. They would no IIb.C'ylinJeremootlm......, sl lx cyllndcr flexibility
anger. 14-year-old swimming maid of store and office building at the
I Hollywood topped another American front entrance referred to, the of- more think of giving up "six" performancethan Annoying vibration ia gone! ,

Jacksonville -- Another manufactured I record In winning the women's fice in the middle of the park being other real advancement of motoring.

product for Jacksonville I national A. A. U. outdoor swim- discontinued. Manager E. L. Roy any Over two million owners have proved this '.'
|"Wch Its Inventor expects to be ming championships in New York says he has more summer tourist

be "salvation of the small farm I City Sh.won from Margaret Hoffman guests in his camp than usual these Drive a Chevrolet Six, and you'll know why tic-cylinder Chevrolet engine. They have

'''Der" soon will be placed on the of Scranton, Pa., by four days, indicating that summer visi- '
rket with completion of therst yards In three minutes 13 seconds tors to Florida are Increasing. these drivers feel as they do. Step on the found that it costs less? for gas and oil than

'f P."mechanical R. lIcRary. mule" conceived and 35. Jacksonville-- Two wood cutters starter, let the motor idle and notice Its any other. They have found that actually,, I

Marianna Jackson county's Dozier and Walter Higgins Hence. Throw in the clutch, shift into "Iow"/.- reduce upkeep costs, by holding vibration to '
DeFunlak Springs Analysis ofand first bale of cotton from the 1931 botham, today faced first degree

taken at a depth of 2,440 feet crop was ginned at Gracevllle this murder charges for the axe slayingof and feel that smooth" a minimum. They
I
n the teat oil well near here has week and sold for 30 cents per J. F. Scannell, aged poultryman '
town a trace of oil and a strong pound. The staple 'was producedby who was their neighbor. Also held ne.. 'Change Into Tw.u'I know aats i* better in

+.nor of gas, according to announce- Thomas Adams of the Spring- Without bond as accessories to the "second," hit a faster m"7'7P'1$47 : every way-and they
eat this week. The well has now hill neighborhood. Jackson countyIs crime were Lee Higginbothara and J to .

Cached a depth of 2,030 feet and expected to again take the lead J. R. Rogers. The cases of the clip, sUp into "high," All D'<... /. .. fc, lane MICIJS..I..rr equipment. mtrm. would never be uti ,

Mack"1 'Is going through a sticky among Florida coUntles In produc- quartet probably will be prevented w. ..."..,'ed pric.. mini -" ing the largest cotton crop in the to the grand jury which convenes sweep along I at top fjwith less!

state this year.Pensacola next Tuesday. They were ordered
Wauchula-the shipment held following an inquest and after
''f *3 barrels of frogs during the Old Fort McRae, police said they had obtained confessions \
'
last week, total movement of this famed In Confederate history anda which implicated them in NEW CHEVROLET SIX

commodity from Wauchula now landmark at the entrance to the killing. .

.xceed" 10,000 pounds during the Pensacola harbor, Is no more. The The Great American Value
'Last Orlando The federal government -
four
casement of the
weeks or since June 23. last remaining
There have been 103 barrels of fort, built between 1829 and 1930, through pits farm board,
frogs stands to exert its full -
lent cut Waucbula disappeared Into the Gulf of Mexi ready support .
several weeks for! the rehabilitation of Florida See
for dealer below
angle
dangerous ; your = i
Tampa-A resolution opposing after stormy sea undermined It, and the restoration of Its prosperity .
the if the will show
people only
of relatives of collapsed under sounding waves. I
| ott
hoof cisleena. the disposition to unite and work
teachers: or In -
other school The semiweekly together to that end, Merton L.
work, where Springs -
the emPloYment Tarpon ,
Corey close to Washington council TORODE CHEVROLET
ta directly under the sutTK sponge sales on the Tarpon COMPANY
several hundred
told
: *, growers
of the Exchange so far
? officials, wall pasaThi Springs Sponge
and others at a public meeting In
the Cttuny school: board.TampaTwo this month have brought a totalof i
Yot. waa unanimous.dellcat. $109,729 for the boat owners and the chamber of commerce building -.
their creWS, with several more wes her which opened the organization Starke Florida.
The demand campaign of the Florida Citrus) Ez-
< operation scheduled: this month. ,
JlerfOnDe4 bere on two cbi1- for sponge, especially the high change.: '1
who had breathed Rock Island sheep wool. only s
articles Into
grade
,
Theicalibre lunp. 'lbe obtainable through the local,, exchange ;- Tampa Lonesome for his ,I
ankles, a 33 .l
mother who ha been out of touch
C&rtlIdC. shell and a wa- baa been good. r ''i:
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--- .m under my oath that the said Elmer Uon of this portion ,.
Lake Mra./ C nova was given a John Uglow,.Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere, death in (h l.8xbi
UIf ; LAWTEYP. Varns came to bill manner house. I!.
boudoir pillow. Mrs. N. T:> Rltch \ A ,Bterns, Mrs. T. S. Wll. herein set forth
and form as Asked for
and Miss Gloria Johns assisted Mrs Hams Mrs. II. H. Young, Mrs I amounts, to a itl" ?uien: ..
but the said killing whether he
; Mrs. T. N. Kendrick. :Mrs.J. Mr K. ,,. IJurne7. Cor. WOUK ,,
jfocicyj[; Johns In serving a salad course. Wynn, II. CurriKllixs. Car. manslaughter, only'." .. ; with Mathews In 481oiat;
The guests werei Mrs; Gus Beas- M. Mitchell, Mrs. J. L. Simmons, o Story of the Killing event It Is II. lUll II ,

ley, Mrs. J. J Canova, Mrs. J. K. Mrs. R. I... McDowell, Mrs. C. N. broughi Hugb !.!.
at ClubhouseThe last sixteen bouts has scored thIr- :Mr. Stansell told the story, per lor, local attorney ,
Mrs. T. B. Massie, Mrs. Christy, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. Party ?<
M. Newton, rep
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Pa- to the Young tive
teen knockouts, .Is boxing In sonally, Reporter. In the house (
f ftfl t7 :MISS KENDIUCIECOlfH: Edward Burns, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, George Lowry Mrs. Newn Alvarez, young men of Lawtey en- latka Tuesday night. He will draw Varns has been employed on his county, stated tou.v: rOI QadM,
1 Kendrick Miss Isabel ,
GIfl4ON Demorest' Mrs. Hutch- Miss Estelle : 'Ill\!
ItlllUB OK WILLIAM Mrs. R. F. ladles with a farm fifteen miles southeast of ne\lb\! .
tertained the young! the local favorite Johnnie Stanley, ably would be &&i
l 1 ins, Mrs. H C. Wall, Mrs. W. M. Fernandez Miss Marjorie Stump, club- faYlar
at the He .
two
party Friday night as hIs opponent. Lake City for years. wasa that it such suit ,. '
was Z. Adkins, Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss Dorothy
A.
simplicity
in It* WaInwright, Mrs. ught
Charming Bunco and dancing was en- Austin Mr. Stansell be ll
f house. Messrs. L. H. Hill, J. S. splendid young man, directed prlnuirm
: Elizabeth Kendrick E. Wilson, Lamb Miss Mabel Weller Miss
T. Dell Mrs. Joe ,
Miss MrS. ,
the wedding of / Joyed during the evening, after and James Rosier, all of Lawtey, said, and he thought considerableof allocation of that 19a1nat t
''EU William\ Steven Gibson, Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Miss Ethel Lucille Mitchell, :Miss Lolselle Turner oortlon:
to which delicious refreshments were meeting of the him. For some time the young act al
attended providing
and a group for
afternoon
Tuesday Canova. ]Miss Margaret Lowry us
and Miss Mary "r
which was solemnized First Griffin Jean Davis. served. Those Invited to enjoy this secretary-treasurer, N a t ton a 1 man has been pulling fodder on the cents for retirement. the 1I .
iH o'clock In the Miss 1
I : at four the Kev. a.If affair were: Misses Kathleen Farm Association, at Hastings, Stansell farm and a feW. days ago bonds which in hn: jptaiJ1*''
M'tTTIIEV.'SMCLENDONWEIDINO
t : Presbyterian church, STARKE DEGREE TEAM I Blanchard, Doris Burney Dolly Monday.Mr. an argument came up as to the sizea violation of the state II

p Lowry officiating.simply but beau- PLANSOn i ENTERTAINED Dinkins, Vernor Vining of Tampa, and Mrs. Hurst McClellanc bundle of fodder ought to be. Admitting that for |the canstltut!,

ii' : The church was myrtle. I Qullda Marie and Louise Thede and Mr. and Mrs. William Rand of Mr. Stansell was of the opinion a or three years Gadsden ne It,
: with crepe evening, August -
:ji tlfully decorated Tall white Wednesday The Louise Boulware, Rossela Revis Daytona Beach,' spent a pleasant bundle of fodder should weigh one receive under the COliDty
of the
the Starke team
and ferns. at o'clock degree present
eight-thirty i
roses 12th Harley ?,
I zinnIas hair Elizabeth Edwards, Mattie Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.' L. H. and one-half pounds; some of the greater sum from the
twined with maiden of Miss Florence Mat- Woodmen Circle was entertainedby 1 gas tax
: ", standards white wedding and Mrs. Jake Shuford, who Kill. Louis Hill Jr., returned to bundles turned in by young Varns formerly Mr. '
of Taylor
J tied with bows thews and Dr Homer Boiet Mc- the captain and their mothers, ,
saya
: fern and acted as chaperone; Messrs. Hallie Daytona Beach with the visitorsfor did not weight that much. I low following retirement th,
", holding lighted tapers Lendon will be solemnized at the Thursday evening at the Cascade of the
W tulle and filled with Jones, St. ClaIr Harley, Dan Har- a week's visit. er, the dispute, according to Mr. portion of the county m&j.
1 44 f and white floor baskets Methodist Episcopal church. Plunge at Kingsley Lake. ley, Graydon Jones of Ft. Myers, Mrs. N. S. Blunt of Fort Myers, Stansell was never bitter. Wed- bonded indebtedness small n .
background -
formed a: lovely The bride, who will be given ,The party gathered at the homeof S there.la t
atr
: myrtle and Ver- '
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:z crepe Seven Louis H. Hill, Jr., Claude and son, Grayden (Bunk) Jones are nesday, and for some days past probability that the
for the wedding scene. away by her father, Eugene S. Miss Williams late in the afternoon amount ,
lighted non Rowe, Gus Harris Cornelius visiting her mother here for a few Varns has been employed on aneighbor's Ing to the county will cat
4
branch .')andelbra holding Matthews, will have as her attendants and motored to the lake Pete Edwin To- be mate
Edwards Burney
farm. Stan-
r tapers were placed at each side Mrs. K. B. Norman, of Jack- where swimming was enjoyed followed and Lawrence days.Miss Wednesday reduced and the county wlU: an.,
candle rode, Howard Miner Rachel Chapin, of High sell caled at the Vaughn ,home and that time fail to
of the organ and single sonville matron of honor, Mrs. R. by a chicken dinner and watermelon receive lu kl
DinkIns. Is this week with told Mrs. to have the share
Interval Springs spending Vaughn of the funds
were placed at T. Parrish, sister of the groom of cutting. while the h
4v ; holders White the guests were assembling Atlanta, and Mrs. E. O.: Manskerof Miss AbbIe Harley has been visIting Miss Gladys Reddish. young man come over ,to his house I I ly bonded counties wil\ con *\."

1 Davis played an bridesmaids and little Mrs. A. Ht, Harley, Jr., at I when he reached home. ,The young years to come to receive
: Mrs. Ellery Tampa, CIRCLES OF THE BAPTISTW. gene i !
1 T t :. appropriate program, of wedding Miss Annie Katherine Ntirman of M. S. TO MEET Kingsley Lake, .for,. the past. few' I man did come, opened the gate and portions of the gasoline tax mODI\!,

; \ prior' to the en- flower Dr. R. entered the premises, and almost He estimates that the revenuTi)
music and Just Jacksonville, girl. -- days.Miss i THERESSAMr \
ti? : party, Mr. brotherof : Arthurina Blanchard returned without a word Stansell drew his be derived under the
trance of the wedding L. McLendon of MarIanna, The circles of the Baptist W. M. new law ;
A. t,. Sullivan. Co* knife from his pocket and in a
Amour from Jack- amount to
about
Wesley Stearns sang, tho groom, will act as his best S. will meet Monday afternoon at home Saturday $100.000 atmu
l1 by Frlmil and brother sonville where she has been visitingher moment of uncontrolable urge, 1>'.-Gadsden
Toujour L'Amour" man, and Eugene Matthews, 4 o'clock in the following homes: County Times,
Cadman. The Hearn sister Mrs. J. B. Dye. I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were which Mr. Stansell states he did .. .
At Dawning, by of the bride, and Shelton Circle No. 2 with Mrs. A. M. ,
S t : oroceBHlonal was the weddingS of Valdosta Ga., nephew of the Darby at Kingsley Lake. Mesdames R. R. Thede and Effle visitors to Jacksonville Thursday not realize or at the moment understand Anna Maria Work under

S march from "Lohengr1n.I ." groom, will be the ushers. Circle No. 3 with Mrs. N. D. Miner spent Friday in Jacksonville. of last week. slashed the youth on the of clearing 100-acre tract of |

I The bride was escorted by her Reverned W. F. Jones will per- Bumgarner, leader, Mrs. G W. Al- Mrs. H. V. Skipper, who has been Mr. 'and Mrs. Jake Carstensenwere neck severing .the Juggler vein. near northwestern end< of Am

father by whom she was given In form the ring ceremony. Mrs. A. Z. derman. visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. E. visitors to Gainesville TUes-, Death ensued in a few moments. Maria key for landing field for

1t''- : marriage, and her maid of honor Adklns. Mrs. II. V. Knight, Miss Burney for the past ten days returned day. Deeply Regrets Event American Airways, Inc
: ; was her sister Miss Estelle Ken- Ethel Griffin and Mrs. J. L. Briggs to her home In Jacksonville Messrs S R. and Willis Swindell "It Is the first time I have ever 1-

:S1 i2 .i S drick. Mr. Gibson had as his best of Jacksonville, will render the mu- Friday.Mr. were visitors to Jacksonville Wed- been in any trouble of any kind," !\O'rH''':
.
; Mr. Stansell said. "I cannot In Circuit' Court. Fw .i simki,
man, Mr. John T. McNeil. sical program. FIVEMILE and Mrs. H. R. Sapp spent nesday. say I cllclal I Circuit, Bradford
SS S S The maid of honor wore a yellOW Immediately after the ceremony Mrs. I'. P. Dekle, Cor / Monday afternoon In Starke with Miss Amy and Ethel Moore vIsIted how much I regret the incident nor Slat of Florida In 'hii Coo r, h
I suits, white Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore Sun- the anguish it has occasioned. W. 11 William"
Will
;k and white sports there will be a short informal reception Mr. and Mrs. Burney. I Complainant,
S ? hat, sUppers and accessories of at the home of the bride's S Mrs. Bumgarner of Starke, was day afternoon. Someway I cannot even realize thatIt S v..

,ciX4 white. She wore a shoulder cor- parents for out of town guests, Mrs. Sarah Jane Dukes, Mr. and visiting Mrs. W. C. Wooten Tues- Messrs. S. E. Trlest and W. W. really happened-It is more likea IVirinta M Williams,
S The bride Mrs. M. P. Dekle and daughter, Packham were business visitors to nightmare to me than a fact." Defendant
sags of white roses. those In anyway connected with day.. It appearing by affidavit/ .. iipmd. ,
ss334 .I 5; Wall lovely In a skipper blue silk the wedding activities and relativesof Sarah Lillian, were guests of Mr. E. B. Wells has returned from a Jacksonville Tuesday. The date and place of the funeralof to the bill filed In th _il.nv' ,1,1muH9 ,-
55 S trimmed with pow- and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Wednesday to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of deceased had not been set at the that the resldenc.eirgle
delightful trip
r crepe ensemble the bridal couple. After the reception M. WllllHtrlH, the d,'f ndiiit, their( .
: der blue with blue hat of felt andS the couple will leave for a afternoon.L. Mr. and Mrs JijQ. Pye and two Clearwater, spent a few days last time of going to press. Deceasedwas named Is unknown anil, that itfandnnt

,S ) S _ _S accessories In harmonizing shades. short wedding trip. S. Dekle apd Elisha Kite were sons of Jacksonville spent the week with his brother ]M. Hall. a son of David Varns, was Is over.the aid 'J'> wmti I,
one : It I In Ihrirfnn .
years ole
Her shoulder corsage was of bride'sImmediately visitors Lere Thursday. week-end at their cottage on Lake Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore, Mr. born in Union county, and married, that said non-rexliKnt ilofvndunt n

S ; S MKS. T. B. MASS1E GIVESLUNCHEON Mr. and Mrs. B. F. GaIney, L. G. Kingsley. and Mrs. W. C. Loper and family a daughter of Jasper Wood about and she Is hereby required' 'G appu
f / roses. and Mrs. Will S to the bill of complaint, In xalil'
Johnson Hodgeswere can
the ceremony Mrs. A. I.. Sullivan and children,
after mUUOE B. E. Reddish of Jacksonville, three years ago. He would have for divorce on or bifoie Monday tM

________ Mr and Mrs. Gibson left for a wed- shopping In Lake Butler Sat- and Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.,Godwin and Thelma and Othma, and James been 21 years old In November. 7th day of September. A. D 1)1):'
S '' ; which they will be One of urday afternoon.Mrs. Raiford visited at the Triest were the ones from here at- have I otherwise the allegation, if said, bI:,
\ ding trip, after the most delightful affairs two sons of They one baby daughter. will l>e taken an vonfvuHvd )1"y ndefendant.
_ _ _ S)jr at home to their friends in Red I of the week was the beauti- P. P. Dekle spent Friday afternoon home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. tending the annual 4-H club picnicat The story told by friends of the .
with the Misses Blume.J. It Is further ordered that Ihli
;4 Springs N. C. fully appointed bridge luncheon, V. R. Reddish Sunday.Mr. Crystal Lake Saturday. dead boy varies somewhat from the ba. published one a wk order f-,
J. of New River
_ The bride was graduated from given by Mrs. T B. MassIe, when Colson was and Mrs. E. E. Burney and Mr. Howard Moore spent the statement by Mr. Stansell. Miss I four conaecutlve weekli,,' 'tht Brat

i: the Starke High School and studied she entertained members of her afternoon transacting business here Satur- Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sapp were visiting week-end camping at Manatee Gladys Wood, a young sister of ford County in Telegraph unld. county II,iml.npwupap1pnhllHhed itate.

music at Flora McDonald College, bridge club and a few day.Robert in Rosier town Sunday after- Springs with a party of friends and Mrs Varns stated that young This Auir. CTTi, 1931H .

p Red Springs. N. C. Her personality friends honoring her guest Mrs. J. ,, Green and Miss Daisy reported a very nice time. Varna did not enter Stansell's yard, W DERMAV( .
MW 3 Futch were married Saturday eve- noon.Mr. (Seal) Clerk if 'irc it Cour'
In church work has won for K. M. Newton, of Richmond, Va. I and Mrs. R. R. Thede had as Mrs. Ruby Gaines and little son, but leaned over the fence and call- Tlradforil '"otirity Florid

_ IS her hosts of friends who regret that At the luncheon hour the card tables ning. their guests at their Kingsley Lake L. M., left Thursday for their home ed for the old gentleman to come H. M JOHN Htaikn, Kin

5 Si E _ her marriage takes her away from were laid with pastel luncheon Earnle Johnson was the guest I, cottage Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Her- In St. Petersburg, after a visit of: out. Miss Wood states that her 8-7-5t-9-4 Solicitor. for Complainant

; r'_ _ St&rtco cloths emphasizing the motif usedIn Sunday of Klrke Dekle. man Thede and family of Jack- .several weeks with Mrs. GaInes' sister sat In the car and saw the
Mr. Mrs. R. E. Parrish Mr. -
sib' _ : Mr. Gibson is the son of Mrs. W. the flowers decorating the rooms and sonville and Misses Elizabeth Ed- sister, Mrs. C. Sullivan.Mr. entire event, and alleged Stansell nOne 13
and Mrs. Jlius Parrish and Miss In Circuit Court. Twent-SI.th Jo
L. Gibson and Is connected with a and the wrapping of the prizes. wards and Doris Burney of Law- .. C. Sullivan was a business reached over the fence and delivered (Tidal Circuit, Fliadftml' Count'
; drug company of Red Springs N. After luncheon bridge was en- Josephine Blume attended the ser .J visitor to Starke Monday.Rev. . the fatal blow. State of Florida. In Chancery

t C. 1 joyed. .At the conclusion of sever- vice at Mount Zion church Sundayand tey.Mr.. and Mrs.,H* I ,i Arwood and 1 ;Auford, Methodist ministerof Mrs. Jasper Wood, stated that A. D.. Martin.Complainant,
_ _ _ _ _ _ were dinner guests of Mr, and 1
S at
Macclenhy the
children have preached .
FL15 '* al progressions high prize, companIon Grace .and George young Varns thought the "world V8Lucy
4J $ MISS FLORENCE MATTHEWS silhouettes In cross stitch ]Mra. Steve Brannen. returned from a, delightful trip In Christian church here Saturdayand 'and all of Mr. Stansell]," and refused C.'Uefendant Martin,

S ?i HONORED AT PAnTY design were awarded Mrs Edward Howard Gainey spent Sunday Texas. Sunday.Mr. to work for anyone else. She S It appearing by aTlda\U( appends

: Burns. Mrs. E. M. Johns who won with' Julian Dekle.K. Miss Luella Tatum who has been Gordon Weest spent a few was of the opinion that a bundleof I r to the bill filed In the. sboVetUt'>( L.uir(

I A 'delightful social affair- of the I second high was Also given a framed P. and J. P. Dekle attendedthe visiting her sister, Mrs.!, G. W. Rob- days last week with. his cousin, fodder weighed one pound and I cause Matrln.that the the defendant renlilence therein n.y

t5 week: was a bridge party given by I silhouette.. 'The consolation> a bi-monthly program at'Brooks erts, has returned to her home in Howard Moore. stated the young man was to receive -I IH unknown, and, that defend tWflU

S' t.S ________ :3frs. |ilt, F. Demorest at her home deck of cards, ,was. given Mrs.'A. school Friday afternoon. DeLand.. S Rev. S. H. Dodd of Keystone I, 75c per hundred for pulling I in one" over years; the J It Is age therefore of orda

L _ S complimentary to Miss Florence 'I Z. Adklns. The guest of honor, George Falrcloth" was a week- Miss Vernor Vining, of Tampa, Heights, filled his regular appoint- I the fodder. In addition to the fodder I I that said' non-reBlilent defendant to IPpotto
end visitor to Bell. and aha IB hereby required
_ S :Matthews whose marriage to Mr. Mrs. Newton was given a piece of Is visiting her aunt and uncle, ment at the Christian church' Sun- matter, friends of the dead man I the. bill of complaint"f ll'il toM
S Homer B. McLendon will be an lingerie as a memento of the oc- Mrs. Denny of Jacksonville visIted Mr. and Mrs. Chas. DinkIns. day night. claim a dispute existed as to the I cause for divorce on or before Mot-
1S1 her aunt Mra. Futch last 7th day of September.Lt-
day the
event- t August 12th.' casion. Thomas Beck, Vernon Rowe and S amount of rent the young folks nal, otherwise the allenatloiu.....
.
; Baskets :and vases filled with The guests were: Mrs. J. K. M. Friday. Edwin Torode have returned home YOUTH MET DEATh owed on the house they occupied, said bill will be taken at conf

S ___ lovely pink radiance roses and oth- Newton ;Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Mrs. L. P. Dekle visited Mrs. Ul- after a week In Tampa. AT HANDS OF HIS which belonged to Stansell. by S It ald Is further defendant.ordered that thiiw

S l _ er garden flowers were effectively O. I* Beasley, Mrs. R. F. Demorest mer Parrish Monday. Mrs. F." B. Cady and daughter, AGED EMPLOYER S der be published. once .a WMJJJ, ''
S arranged about the large living Mrs. B. M. Johns, Mrs. J. C. Rob- Robbie Parrish and Owen Dekle Miss Beverly, were ivisitors in Law- --, MAThEWS TO ATI'ACKCONSTITUTIONALITY four consecutive weeks a In newlpap'the l
Telegraph
room where six tables were placed inson, Mrs. W. M. WaInwright were visitors to the state farm Sun: tey Sunday. John Stansell Admits Killing Elmer OF published ford County In said county and .ui*

; lor play. Silhouette tallies were Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Mrs. Joe Wilson -i day.Mr. .Mr. A. H., Addison was visiting 1 S Varna-Coroner's Jury Renders NEW GAS TAX LAW This August G.4th. 193I'DEr."A".
and Mrs. Norman Parrish
used and the honor guest'a place Mrs. H. C. Wall, Miss Mable hIs family here Sunday. I Composite Verdict (Seal) Clerk Circuit tourU ;

was designated by a miniature Weller, and Mrs. Edward Burns. and Miss Jessie Mae Glover were Mr and Mrs. J. Ow. Godwin were 1 According to current rumors the M..JOHNS Starke. Fla
of Mr. and Mrs. T. .Par Solicitor for Complainant
:' _ ', bride and groom. guests U.. visiting, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore Lake City, July 31.-A coroner's constitutionality of the act of the 575 t-0.4.
S At, the conclusion of the game, DIUDGK CLUB MEETS rish Sunday. here Sunday.Mr. jury was divided after hearing of 1931 legislature allocating three -
_ O. r. Dekle Dana Duke and Rob-
S Mra.: C. A. Knight received hand- and Mrs. F. R. Carradine story of the confessed killing of cents of the gaspline tax fund to

_ _ kerchIefs for holding high. Mrs. 'Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins entertained bie Parrish were visitors to La- spent Sunday night with his parents Elmer Varns, 21, by John Stansell, the 67 counties of the state according 'W. G. Stringfellow ,

_S J. J. Canova made second high andS members of their bridge crosse Saturday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Carradine 60, which occurred at the Stansell to area, population and the Radio sets and aerials. ImHaliea

was presented handkerchiefs while club Thursday evening at their Miss Gladys Duke spent Wed- of Orange Park. farm home Wednesday, southeast amount contributed by each to adjusted, repaired

:Mrs E. S. Matthews was consoled summer cottage at Kingsley Lake. nesday and Thursday with her Miss Mattie Harley has returned of Lake City. stats road construction will be attacked Member of National Radio In

_ with K tea bell. 'Miss Florence Three tables for play were arranged friend, Miss Ceda Conner. from Charleston, S. C., Brunswick ,Young Varns called over the In the courts by'Represen- stitute Washington. D. C.

S _ _ ;Matthews In memento of the occasion on the veranda which was Marvin Duggar of Jacksonville, Ga, and Jacksonville, and leaves fence to Stansell asking him to tative John E. Mathews, of JackSonville PhONE 105 STARKE. FU-

was given a piece of china draped with Spanish moss. Baskets called on Mr. and Mrs. P P. Dekle Immediately for Gainesville, where come out, having received hIs message who opposed the alloca-

4.s f S In her pattern. Mrs. J. J. Canova, and wall vases filled with Sunday. she will resume her duties as nurseIn to call at the Stansell home,
_ _
4 _ a recent bride Was given a pair of crepe myrtle and zinnias gave a There was baptism Sunday afternoon the Alachua County Hospital.Mr. Stansell stepped to the fence with -

.Barters and Mrs. Gus Beasley. an colorful note to the party. at Dekle mill. This makes and Mrs. E. M. Nix and famIly an ordinary pocket knife In his
_ 1ft additions to the Church of
I, out of, town guest, was presented Five progressions of the -game have returned to their home In hand, stabbed the youth in the

L _ _ :: handkerchiefs., were enjoyed when prizes were Christ. The meeting closed Sun- Jacksonville; after. pleasant weekat neck, death following in a few min Buist Seed Line in Bulk

The hostess assisted by Miss awarded! Mrs. W. P. Randall and day.Rev. the Hill cottage at Kingsley
_ _ utes.The
and Mrs. Brown Miss
Vera Claire Robinson, served the Mr. C. A. Knight for making high Lake. Mr. Nix is developing.agent jury deliberated several
e Brown and Mrs. Hamilton
: following guests a tempting saladS scores. were for'the Seaboard Railway. hours at the county court house
of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke '
course: Mrs. E.. hf..Johns, Mrs. J. The hostess assisted by her guests Mr.. J. T., Moore has returned Thursday and brought in a composite Ferry Seed in PacksComplete

______ W. Andrews Jr., Mrs. J. C. Robinson daughter, Miss Lola AdkIns, served Tuesday. from Tampa, Kisslmmee. Lakelandand verdict. Five members of
Mr. and Mrs. Eben
'l. 3 Mrs. L. D. Vlning. Mrs. O. L. the guests a salad course. Rodgers visit- Orlando, and other cities in the jury denominated the act as
ed Mr. and Mrs. John
Waters last
_ ic Beaeley, Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. Those present were: Mr. and the vegetable and'Citrus' districts. the committing of murder in first Lines will arrive about September 1st.

L _' Gus Beasley of Goose Creek, Texas, : Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. Mr. J.. L.Haryey! acremento, degree. Admitting all the facts the
Mrs. A. Z. Adklna. :Mrs. N. ,Stern- J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. IT. C. Mr, and Mrs. Louie Williamswere Calif., 'was transacting business In sixth juror believed the act noth-

) berg, ){n. F. F. Stump Mrs. W. M. Wall Mr. and Mrs. W. M. \Wain Dekle guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Lawtey this week. +, ing more than manslaughter Stan- 1

.,jq WainwrIght Mrs. E3. S. Matthews, wrIght Senator and Mrs. E. M. Sunday. W. F. Godwin Jr., of U. S. Ma- sell was held without bail to await EGGSFresh

S Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mrs. O. L. Johns and Mrs: W. P. Randall of Mr and Mrs. John Williams and rine Corp Paris Island, S. C., Is the action of the next grand jury.

S Haynes, Mrs. E Burns, Mrs. Jun- Tampa. son, Albert were Sunday afternoon spending a few days with his mother Friends of Stansell Immediatelyset Eggs from the Poultry Farms of Bradford
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke.
S 4 lus Smith, Mrs. T. B. Massle Mrs. ' .-. S Mrs. W. F. Godwin.Mr. In motion legal machinery look- County Graded Candled and Guaranteed

4 1 J. J. Canova, Mrs. J. B. Wilson MISS ELIZABETH KENDRICK and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and ing forward to a hearing on a writ

( :Mrs.: H. C. Wall, Miss Florence HONORED NOTICE ASSESSMENT: family of Tampa, spent the week- of habeas corpus. It was expected

:Matthews, Miss Mabel Weller, Miss -- end with relatives here. last night that a hearing would be 30c Dozen

I Mary Canova and Miss Harriet The Christian Endeavor and the Notice is hereby given that the Among those attending the had to day, or at least not later

'? Bitch. Ladles Auxiliary were hostesses at tax assessor of the city of Starke, Starke-St. Augustine baseball than Monday. An effort will be *

: S a miscellaneous shower Thursday Florida, has filed with the city game In St. Augustine Saturdaywere made to secure the release of Stan-

MRS. E. M. JOHNS FETES afternoon at the Presbyterianmanse clerk, tax assessment roll for 1931. : Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, sell on bond. DEALERS IN PURINA CHOWS (Feed from the

S :VISITORS honoring Miss Elizabeth All persons desiring to file complaints Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore Mrs. The Jury was composed of A. M. checkerboard bag) FEED INGREDIENTS WILSON
Kendrick. W H. Edwards Mrs. Pearce, D. L. Edenfield D. ,
or make requests for cor- C. Y. Mayo, R. Ed-
Four tables of bridge players enjoyed Bright hued zinnIas and crepe rection will submit same In writingto Howard Miner, ,E. E. Burney and enfield, J. D. Sistrunk, Harold Witt & TOOMER; FERTILIZER

i, a very pleasant party at the myrtle In baskets and bowls were the tax assessor prior to August Hallle Jones. -' and C. A. Edenfield- The verdict ,

S Kingsley lake cotage of Mrs. E. M. used to advantage In decorating 18th 1931. at which time the city Miss Ruth Rowe and Miss Gladys follows: f Come in and get of the New Premiums A
one Octagon
S '. S S Johns Tuesday afternoon when she the home for this delightful affair. council will convene as a board of Reddish have returned from a Jurors n..ndl'r'erdld

entertained honoring two visitors. An enjoyable program was rendered equalizers to examine said assessment pleasant week with relatives and We, the Jury empannelled to hear Water Set-Coupons Required

: _ Mrs. Gus Bausley and Mrs. J. K. M. as follows: friends in Macclenay evidence RE the death of one Elmer 90 SOAP AND 10 OR MORE.POWDERS

S S Newton, and' Mrs. J. J. Canova, a Piano solo-Mrs. E. M. Davis. Attest: C. F. HOOVER Miss Dolly Dtnkins has returned Varna find that said death was

recent bride. Reading-Miss Lucille Mitchell C. A. FUTCH Chairman. home from Tampa where she was occasioned "by a cut or stab In the

S b The spacious porch, cool and Inviting Reading, "Cheering You Up a City Clerk. 7-31-3L visiting friends.Mr. lower part of the neck Immediatelyabove BORDEAUX MIXTURES ARSENATE OF LEAD,

S ,. was very attractive with Bit."-Marjorle Stump. S W. H. Edwards was transacting the collar bone with a common PARIS GREEN LIME SULPHUR

_ y., _______ : the graceful arrangement of garden Vbcal Solo, "At Dawning"-Mrs. Arcadia Schlossberg $5 limit business la Jacksonville pocket knife, had and held In

S .i flowers'In baskets and wall R. J. Davis. store on West Oak street being re Saturday. the .bands of one John Stansell,

-ii;.i ,; vases. After the program the honoree modeled. I Mr.' aDd Mrs. Isham Reddish, and and that said killing done by the

) 55 _ _ At the conclusion of the'games was then asked to hunt, for the Plans under way to pave road I son. Leon of Avon Park are visiting person and In the manner aforesaid ,

I 1 Mrs. O. I* Beasley was awarded gifts directions being given In the No. 69) from Okeechobee to Indian.. his brother Mrs V. R.. Reddish constituted a crime of murder In Bradford County Farmers Supply

S _ form of town. this week. the first
) high prize, which was a set of refrigerator prescriptions degree. This verdict la .
S dishes. Miss Mary Ca- The guests, who were as follows Plant City Western Union Miss Audrey Beck and Mias rendered upon oath of five members -

nova. holder of second high was were served a salad course .with Telegraph Co., repairing lines In Elizabeth Howe are visiting. friendsIn of the above named Jurors undersIgned CompanyTHE p
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S I given a box of dusting powder. Low Ice tea: S this vicinity. Tampa this week. to this verdict, and the

'i. prize, .handmade handkerchiefs, Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. E. M. Da Miami Beach L. W. Chlckman Mrs. Enoch Grlffia and son, AT- juror, Harold Witt, dessenta and

_ -t" ',wa awarded Mrs. H. C. Wall. Mrs. vis. :Mrs. Wm. Dobrow Mrs. Randolph received permit for erection of $U,- thur. were transacting business In render his finding to-wit: 'I, Harold CHECKERBOARD STORE

'i1))S Beatley,,and :Mrs. Newton were force, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright 000 store building at 743 Washington 'Jacksonville! 'lbur day. Witt deasent from the above Phone 151 jj.'N. PrevattlUgr"' ,
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_ 1<'given framed pictures of Klngdeyf Jr., :Mrs. W. H..Hart, :Mrs. avenue.\ Tommy, (Kid) Beck, who In .his and foregoing verdict and do say. .
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.U'orST 7.._9S1 __ __ ___ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE ,
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nC7C7S7S7S e7570S7 = Mrs. F. G. Schell, Mrs. L. T. Dyerof C. N. Christy will have charge of -

; Lake Butler, and Mrs. George the program. The topic for study INTANGIBLES TAX LAW\ GIVES
Anderson of Lawtey, were guestsof will be "The Evangelistic Movement -
Bitso of the Chinese Church."
Mrs. W. J. Epperson Wednesday.Miss August SpecialsIN
NEW' DUTIES TO ASSESSOR IN
Rev. and Mrs. M.. C. Stith and
I Vivian Tren of Daytona, returned children: formerly Miami are
LCELI New/ home Wednesday accom- spending several, days here with
panied by Miss Hazel Adkins who :lira. Stith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. VARIOUS COUNTIES OF STATE
will be her guest for several
days. H. L. Brownlee before moving to
Concerning Our People, Business and l Jacksonville. Rev. Stith has been Standard Oils
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and called to pastor''.the Brentowood
of the County and Town. even they may not divulge Infor-
Progress son of Tampa were the guests of Baptist church} there. County tax assessors are given mation.
m' Mrs. Randall's parents, Mr. and the task of assessing intangible Intangible must be -

--Zy-occ_...........=.. ==...=."'========....LJL.........-: ,....rIclIIIIIIClLiI....:.................--- Mrs. J. :M:. Alvarez for the week- Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Malnes and personal property next year. The sessed in the property county In which the as-

REPORT Mrs. John Cheshire of Lakeland end. son. Judge Hal Maines of Lake recently into enacted effect intangible 1 tax law owner" maintains his domicile. In i Heavy X, Double X, X-U h
5ATUEK Butler Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore goes January 1932. the case of corporations, in the'
spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. returned Which that
Gus
means from
Beasley revenue
and children of Tallahasee and Mr. county where the corporation has and Heavy Oils in 5 Gal-
Led branch U.try her sister
Mrs. Mary Williams.
by Starke to their home in Goose the measure will not be derived its main
and office
Mrs. W. S. York of Orlando, or principal placeof
i Department. Creek Texas Thursday, after, a until 1933. business.
are on-a house party at the Ca- Ion Scaled Cans
ending August 5, 1931. Miss Annie Long of Gainesville, visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas The new law defines intangiblesas !
at HIM
nova cottage Kingsley Lake. Taxpayer' KeroiirMO
spent the week-end at
Kingsley ley. being "all
).{In. Precip. ,- personal property If the tax assessor has reason '
Ht9 Max. Lake with Miss Martha Brownlee. _
and which Is not in itself Intrinsically
Mrs. Albert Anderson children to place a different valuation up- $3.00Standard
93 12 .66 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lancaster valuable but which derives its
Virginia and John returned on tangible property than that
94 71 .02 Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Misses and children and Miss Kathleen Monday from, Swarthmore Pa., chief value from that which It rep- given by the (owner, the owner
\.
9:5: 1a Madge and Hazel Middleton were Lowo of Jacksonville, were guests where they have been visiting Mrs. resents. may if displeased, appeal to the
96 13 visitors in Jacksonville Tuesday. Saturday at the home of Ernest Anderson's sister,, Mrs. George V. Classifies PropertyThe board of county commissioners, -
96 14.. Wilmot. Richardson. Mrs. Richardson and new law classifies\ intanbl- who are authorized to adjust the
98 13 .08 Mrs. L. E. Dowling and Miss Mae daughter, Gracie returned with her ble property into three groups, as matter. 1..
Jones of Jacksonville Thursday Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams and follows:
97 14.-. spent for a visit. Both Class A and B intangible Oil Ser-
with Mrs. W. E. son, William of Alachua, the '. Class A ,
for week ________.76 in. Middleton. are intangibles personal property is taxed two mills on the
guests of Senator and Mrs. E. M. Dr. and Mrs. '(:eorge II. Lowry property is all stocks, or shares of dollar. Class C. intangibles will
Lewis of Gainesville, spent Mrs. W. H. Perkins Miss Eunice Johns at their cottage at Kingsley and daughter Margaret;, left last incorporated or unincorporated pay at the rate of one-tenth of one vice Station
k-end in Starke. Perkins and Mr. Warren Perkins lake. Wednesday for a trip through the companies, and all bonds except mill on the dollar. The money goes
spent Thursday in Jacksonville. bonds of cities and counties of
Carolinas and into Tennessee. They to the general revenue fund of the
fceorge Flowers of Willlston, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned were accompanied by Vernon Low- Florida' and bond exempted under state. PHONE 85
ing Tommy Williams, Jr.kad Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daughter, Sunday from Gainesville where shed ry, who has been visiting with them the constitution of the state and County commissioners! are authorized -
Louise and Mrs. R. J. Davis an spent three weeks with her son-in- for several weeks. They will re- United States. to equalize, after published A. 1.. Kuhr, Jr., Mgr.
Airs Herbert Hart were children spent Thursday in Jack law and daughter, Judge and Mrs. turn to Starke the latter part of Class B Intangible personal: notice with owners names omit
[ in Jacksonville Sunday sonville.Mr. A. V. Long. the month.W. property includes all notes, bonds ted, intangible assessments, much
and other obligations for the
pay- the for
same as other In-
in Lake and Mrs. Charles Ward Mrs. J. C. ment of secured property. Cocoa Shell Petroleum Co.,
Griff is was City re- Hoover spent FridayIn R. Halslop celebrated his 56th money by mort- tangible property taxes fall due
ness matters Tuesday. turned home Tuesday after sev Jacksonville. She was accompanied -' birthday July 30. All of his chil- gage, deeds of trust, leases and November 1. The same discounts opened service station on Dixie
eral weeks visit in the north and home by Dr. and Mrs. James I dren and grandchildren were pres- liens upon real estate or personal for prompt payment will apply as Highway near Elks: Club. 1,
and Inman, Canada. Chase who the ek-end estates In Florida. Fort Myers Repair work on
D. Green son spent w ent and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Halslop, on other property. Intangible
in Jacksonville. here.S. Class C intangible personal Hanson Street sanitary. sewer. com
[Thursday Mrs. W. M. TIson, Mr. and Mrs. A. property taxes become delinquentafter
Mrs. M. D. Grlffia and property includes all pleted.
son. of i L. Alvarez other intangibles -
and children of Starke, April 1, and become a lien on
iV,, C Young of Canal Point, Green Cove Springs, were guestsof G. Lewis is now a registered Mr. A. B. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs N. not embraced in classes A andB. real and personal property of the Jacksonville -- Park Hotel,
visitor in Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grlffls Sun- optometrist having passed the N. Norton, Mary' Brown Sarah excepting that belonging to the I owner. northwest corner West Adams and
day, state examination a short time ago. Brown of Tampa. All enjoyed a state or political subdivisions, religious Hogan streets, to' be repaired at
[Mabel Weller and Mr. J. J. Mr, Lewis is owner of the Rex Jew- big dinner. Mr. Halslop received charitable benevolent, or Melbourne Development of local -I cost of $10.000.Macclenny '
[spent Monday in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and elry Store., many nice present. educational associations. Franchises Crane Creek harbor underway. -. First carload of
family of Jacksonville spent Sun are believed to be includedin Jacksonville -- Building permits corn shipped from here recently.
I day here with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs T. N. Llmbaugh returned -''I PECAN OUTPUT .HT BY TESTS this classification issued In Florida in June totaled Pompano--Local school grounds
\Josle Oiler of Cedar Key is Epperson.Mr. Sunday to their home in --t.-: Comptroller Makes tIdes $1,067,553, according to compilation Improved. .
r Miss Thelma Priest for two Lakeland, after spending several Jackson, Miss., July 31-F. R. The state comptroller is empow-- recently by state chamber of Tarpon Springs, - Eagle street r
and Mrs. Fred Vining of Ft. days here with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wilcox, general manager of the ered to make rules and regulations commerce. opened after being repaved. ''f
,
Lauderdale are spending several Brownlee. National Pecan Marketing Association necessary for carrying out the purposes Homestead Marl Lopez who Jacksonville Construction of i
[ E. E. Canova and son, Mr. days this week with Mr. and Mrs.L. today said pests, the ele- of the law. recently established cigar factoryat $100,000 shell crushing plant on''
anova, spent Friday In Jack-( D. Vining. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow ments and natural complicationswere Tax assessors shall assess Intan- 008 S. Krome Avenue, plans enlarging Talleyrand avenue, for White Shell fa
and daughter, M. D. Carter and doing great 'damage to this gible personal property on a sep- plant soon. Corporation, authorized by City i
I Mrs. P. A. Maguire and daughter Miss Louie Belle Carter, have been year's pecan crop in all southern arate tax roll the form to be pre- Bushnell Plans completed for Building Department. .
1C. C Shepard of Hilliard, isIng , of DeLand are visiting Mrs. visiting in Atlanta, Ga., and pointsIn states. scribed by the comptroller. The opening seed store by Halle Seed .Y
a while here with rela- I Maguire's parents Mr. and Mrs.A North Carolina. He said early predictions that, taxable value of Intangible prop- & Feed Co.Mount .
M. Darby. the present crop would equal or erty shall be on tha same basis Dora Florida Gas Co., II.E.LAGEltGtEN a,'
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss surpass the record crop of 1926 of valuation as Is used in assess- laying pipe for commercial
gas
I and Mrs. Freeman Registern Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter Madge Middleton attended the fun- were exploded by recent develop- ing all other classes of property. here. Surveyln-LeveUnrr I j?
| were visitors in Jackson- Miss Annie Long, of Gainesville, eral of Dr. R. N Holland in Mar- ments he observed on a tour of the It is made the duty of owners, Jupiter -- County granted per- SlappingStarke
day spent Sunday at Kingsley lake' rietta,.Ga., Friday.: They returned southern pecan area. agents and others responsible for mission to place temporary pon- Florida. F
with relatives. home Sunday.Mr. The case-bearer, phylloxera dry rendering Intangible property to toon bridge over inland coastal ca-
*Martha Brownlee is spend- weather and an apparent lack of the tax assessor to do so by April nal here.
kit wek In Alachua with Miss 'Miss Mary Lou Sanderson is and Mrs. F. A. Canova and proper pollination' have caused 1 of each year Intangible property
i Hague. spending the week with Miss Bev- daughter Mary Ann, returned Sun- great losses to the crop in all sections tax returns are not to be open to STEAM PRESSING COMPANY k:
erly, Cady at'her home at' Kings- day to their-home in'Bushnell af- he said. He1 added that be inspection except to state and "i c ;
\1.J.Canova and Miss Mary ley Park. ter a week's visit at Kingsley lake feared the present crop would not county officers whose duty reqlures J. Frank Thoman, Prop.Phone 'b"i ,;;\\ .,
a.we visitors in Jackson- with Mrs. E. E. Canova. surpass last year's'poor' crop. them to examine the records and 52 tt ;:;
Y. Judge and Mrs. George A. Gar- i :
diner returned Sunday from Kingsley Friends of Billy Graham who Bids will be asked in Dear future I
1 ud JUrs. T. C. Chastain Lake where they spent two has recently been a patient in St. by War Department for construction :
[Sunday at Daytona Beach weeks. Vincent's hospital in Jacksonville of approximately six miles of'
relatives. will be glad to know that he is levee and navigation channel along I' SPECIALS -- FRIDAY & SATURDAY ,AUGUST 7-8--
Mrs. E. J. Roberts of Hastings, able to be home again. southern shore of Lake Okeechobee ,
L Date Vanslckel left Mondayn is spending this week with her par- between Moore Haven and Clewls- j 'If
her husband in BeverlyCalif. ents. Judge and Mrs. George A. Mrs J. R. Cole of Shreveport, ton.Ocala
( Gardiner.Mrs. La., and Mrs. W. B. Cochrane and Fisher Reese received
son, Billy of Thomasvllle Ga., are contract for erection of hangar at TIP TOP Grocery'
D. A. Montieth and chlt- H. A.; Dew and children re- guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. local airport.
eturned Tuesday from Day- turned Tuesday from a month's vis- D. P. Carpenter.Mr. Lake Butler W. II. Ogdcn ,
each. It with relatives in Pensacola and opened motor car- tabllshment in Compare These Prices With Others
and You 'Will Be a Tip Top Customer -
Shreveport La. .and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Townsend building.
and! Mrs. W J. Epperson Jr., Sarah and Juanita Barefoot and Leesburg' Local.lodge Knightsof too. Home Owned. Location Between Hank and Postoffice.
ksonvllle are guests of Mr.K Messrs. Claud Underhill of Lake- Miss Inez Abernatby are spendingthis Pythias purchased building at --- -- _
I. C Wall. land and Albert Underhill of Plant week at Hull's cottage at corner Seventh and West Main MaxivellLaTouraineCoffee Guaranteed Uest Pan Gold-Primrose

"'M City spent this week in this sec- Kingsley lake. street.- '
M." Hardy of Whitmire, tion with relatives. Sarasota Public library mov- lb. 27'/2c Flour241bs.59c12,33c6,21c; ; I .
|was the guest of Mrs. F A., Mr. 'and Mrs. J. K. M. Newton ed to new quarters in Main street ,

Y for the week-end. Mrs.. E. S. Matthews, Miss Flor- left Tuesday for Thomaoon, Ga., building. .. .. ..
-- ---- -
-- - --- --- -- ------- ----- --
I ence Matthews and Miss Ethel enroute to their home in Richmond, .
[and] Mrs. Anthony Alteria of' Griffin spent Friday and SaturdayIn Va., after a visit here with Mr. and Best Grade White 'Whole Grain Great Northern
"Mile, are spending the Jacksonville. Mrs. T, B. Massie. jj DR. R. W. MARTIN ]]| I
Bacon lb. lOc Rice lb.
at t KIngsley Lake. I DENTIST - - - 4c Beans 4 Ibs 25c
,
Mrs N. D. Wainwright and son Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowelland : ,
to Hill Williams of Lake lames Richard returned Monday family returned to their home rhone 33 Hours B to 5 --
4T---
,vas attending to legal mat- from Miami where they visited in Jacksonville Sunday after a visit -' Over Corpening's Drug Store Oct. or P&G Powder orSoap,3for10c llabu Lima
Starke Wednesday. Mrs..D. T. Clarke. here with 'Mrs. McDowell's par- L nd2ibsi9;
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. 1 f l MEANS, lb. 7 l-2c

S.F Hamrick left Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reynolds and Black Eyed Peas, lb. 4c

J visit her daughters in Sa- daughter Edna of Hollister spent Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane and --- __._--- -,- .. .
----
Ca.., and Sylvanla, Ga. : Sunday with Mr.. and Mrs. N. D. children of Gainesville, Mr. and 666 Kraft --- -- --- ----- "---- --- '
Bumgarner.Mr. Mrs. C. N. Jones and children of 'With One Pound ;:

I Cocoa, are spending awhile at I.IC\trln Oil T AII LETS Cheese lb.18c -I .
1 and Mrs. D. L. Silcox, Miss Stump's cotage at Kingsley Lake. n.u...... a.1I..d."e *r N run lit In8U In Sugar 5 Ibs. 17c---Coffee can 25c :
A In.te rltrrkm S Cold <... fine :
Thelma Miss Melba
Silcox Silcox
MORD day. aad -eh.vk. MaUrla la thrr66fl .. - - -_ .. __ __ .
- -
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J. B. and Vernon Silcox spent Sun- Mrs. Charles Chalker and sons n
day in St. Augustine.Dr. of New Orleans returned to their Salve for Baby' Cold. See it ground fresh Oversea PottedMeat,3for10c '

[-COLUMN home Monday after spending a .0.. -.-, - --- Coffee Ib.- I'.

ALE horse OR,, work TRADE Good Montieth. E. L.returned Biggs and Tuesday Mr. D.aftera A. parents while here, Mr. and with Mrs.Mrs.A. M.Chalker's Darby. -12/c G. Juice, pt. 17tI :

anywhere. York and -
visit in Canada, New --
I1' Box' 254, Route 2, Starke, other points in the north.. Friends of Miss Ruth Sternberg, ATLASThe Libby or Van Camp; -MILK:'- - TilE /IEST-- -- --- -'- I :

87tf. who recently underwent an opera- 4 small, 15c, or 3 tall _ 20c
Mr. John Troutman, Jr., of Flor- tion at Riverside hospital In Jacksonville I I I .
ALE Pel Grits ;
|m dwelling OR TRADE:-10 acres, ence, S. C.. has been the guest of will be glad to know that Standard Oil or Carnation, 2 tall .- 15c or Meal, 10 Ibs. 25c |
or will rent to :
Y that will Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. and she Is convalescing at her home at Tire GuaranteedOne __ .
.
buy mule and - -- -
lake. - -
-- -
week. --
Lots family for the past KIngsley -- - - - --
of berry plants out R. Real Fine
:penceI', Starke. It.BARGAINYou Miss Edna Hutto left Saturdayfor Dr. and Mrs. Raymond-returned YearNNNNNN lOc Size Pork & Beans ___-________ _, _ 5c

a week's visit in Oxford and home Monday evening, after a delightful Bananas lb. 4c We size
- -
almost new may buy Wlldwood She will be the guestof trip to Lakeland Clermont .. Black... Pepper, __________________ 5c
king beautiful piano Miss Annie Lee Alsabrook. Lake Wales and Tampa where .

balance over due contract, and pay-. -- they were guests of Mrs. Dr. II. A., Concord 5c Package A LTt3 for ___________ __ We
4 .. In small payThl. Mrs. E. A. Odom left Tuesdayfor Tucker. Frigidaire

:cis &: Bates ta ,a Atlanta.real bargain.Ga. It her home in St. Petersburg, af- Grapes, 3 lbs. 25c 5c size MATCHES, 3 for ___*_______.-__ We
ter spending several days here with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Green and

hb\LE Now Famous Indian Rrv- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. aldlne daughter Stansell, Dorothy and,daughter.and Mrs.Carol Germ the three year guar- Iceberg 3 J.2Ibs. 'Whole {Wheat Flour _b__ _ 25c

Interfere remember these and Mrs. C. T. Silcox and also, :Mr.\ Frederick Hawks have returned anted electric refrigerator Laundry
quit the With your business> I daughter, :Miss Agnes Silcox of St.. to their camp at Kingsley I Lettuce1212c Soap, ,2 Bars -__________ _ 5c
.1 1 at almost business. for I sell Augustine will spend the week-end Park after spending a few days I Blue Ribbon Budwteser
wholesale Malt# __
back of J. C. prices.I with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox. In Jacksonville.Mrs. I Juicy J9c

e nd every I will Saturday.Manning's You help Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and 3. W.. Andrews, Jr., Jacqueline i For sale bySmith's Lemons doz.23cAvocado Smoked Bacon or Picnic Hams ______ - 17c '
es help you C. C. returned Friday from Atlanta Andrews and Mrs. L. D. Viningreturned CORNED BEEF
lt. family and other points In Georgia, Thursdayfrom North - .- ______________ lOc

ear* for- Sale- ,- retheyvtoited\ : for two' .weeks.' weeks.Carolina Miss where Ruby they Kilpatrick spent several of ; No. 21'2 Can Peaches ._: __:_:_____ __ __ 16c 4

3 ARE, NOW READY FOR : Troy. Alabama, returned with Service Pears 2 for f 15cVia. No. 21-2 Can
In&. I - Pineapple
: ____ __ _
canning and preserving them and Is the guest of her sister ----- -- 20c 4.

Per bUshel Sprngs at farm near t'j'-j' Mrs. Vining. StationStArke Cobbler Jersey Lily
l'nn All persons Ballroom, Pure Creamery .,
1a Purl In The Ladles of the
town can Auxiliary
to 102 and I will deliver phone cial For Presbyterian church will' meet Potatoes 10 lb. 25c BUTTER Pound
26c'It
- PI'\ce.. \ N_ D. WalnWrlpt.tt. Tuesday evening, August 11th at Fla. -, r Jrl

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE. FLORIDA _FBID.\Y

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We saw these and many other NO STOCKS OR BONDS TRAIN SCHEDULE -
Deserlplloa ....'-T. n. A.. .
things of Interest. HAVE ENDORSEMENTS OF 0......
We schedule Sunday, 7th
When the county agent says grab EXPERIMENT STATION change Lola. 1 I or EtG or Blk 81 I. 4
I// FARM NEWS SECTION and train will run as follow: T. &. Co'. Sub Division __28 8 22 Llllle
your hat and come along, we are No. 1 southbound due Starke Lot881k82LT.&Co.I :. Sunder",'
,
going for a farm tour by all means Gainesville, Fla, That persons Sub Dlvl.lon ________28 8 2J -Walter _'
itL 10:35: p. m. Lot 1 & 3 or EV"! Blk 13 1. CUml\lln8",
1 join the procession whether you engaged in the sale of stocks or No. 11, southbound, due Starke T. & Cols Sub Dlv. __'28 8 23 Sam Tyson
i Conducted are a farmer or a business man. Lots 1 &: 3 or EM,, Dlk 34L
1I, By + bonds industrial or business concerns 11:52: a. m. T. & Co.'. Sub Dlv ____28 8 21 Sam

Y I L. T DYER, County Agent --- corporations or "systems"i No. 107, southbound due Starke Lots 8 .& 4 0" W% elk 34L TyseR
AichOn T. & Co.'s Sub Div _..28 8 U Lulu
f do not have the endorsement of the 10:30: a. m. Duha"" r
1 MISS\ PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration AgentFarmers' Farmers See Blka aT & sa L. T. & Co'.
t Florida Agricultural Experiment No. 2, northbound, due Starke, Hub nlvlllion 8 22 ,
- ---- A. O.
Recent Taylor 8:10 14, elk to L T. & Co.'. J..nKIt,
'" Station on their wares was made : a. m. ,

r Special Farm 'Week County Farm Tour clear here today in a statement by i No. 12 northbound, due Starke. Lots Sub 1 Division.4 Ilk U L-,_T.--&--Co.--28'. 8 22 Billy Dr"w""?

: ;iiu; Week Broadcast 'Will Go Dr. Wilmon Newell)\, director of the 3:05: p. m. Lotsl2ink42LT.&Co.'s Sub Tllv".lon -- -- ----28 8 22 James. E, 1",, "'
About 250 Taylor I No. northbound due Starke
Perry Fla.- Station. "It has come to our attention 108 Sub ]IHv""on -_ -_ ------28 8 22 John
OnAirOverWIWFGainesville county farmers and business men ," said Director Newell, 5:52 p. m.Starke. Lot 3 elk .3 L T. & Co.'. WIlIIIl!

followed County Agent R. Sc Wannee Branch Sub Dlvlalol\ _ ________28 8 23 Julius
Plans Interest recently "that certain solicitors are representing llulIQr
t : Fla. A special farm tour to 12 farms in No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m. Et4 Dlk U L. T. & Co.'. _
; ; S Dennis on a that the Experiment Sta- : Huh Division _ __ ______28 8 23 t.ura White
week schedule in which over 00 the county where better farming tion of the University of Florida 'No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. Lot 8 Hlk 43 L. T. & Co.'. .

; Florida farm and demonstrations are being carriedon. places its endorsement their Sub Division _ ________28 8.22 \- Hoover Brnr., '
I Florida Women radio talks about upon rilk U L. T. oil Co's SubDivision .
: Lr 1f1H t home problems will be broadcast They saw demonstrations projects. Such Is not the case. The Closing of Mails __________28 8 23 A. O. Jenklr '

; ; Is announced by state radio sta- showing corn following cover cropsto Experiment Station gives no en- South NI./Sub. Elk Plvleton 43 r. _T... _&__Co.___'._28 8 22

". -. tion WRUF and the University of be twice as good as check plots, dorsement or recommendation, ex- Train 107 ____________ 10:10: a. m. Lot 4 11lk 46 L. T. & Co;sSrtjtll H O. 1'11I'fM.t. ..

t'I I,\ Gainesville, Fla The annual Florida Agricultural Extension improved cane varieties the advantages pressed or implied, upon stocks or Train 11, parcels -___ 11:05: a. m. lot Olvl..lon 2 lk U'L.- -T_,_&_ Co'e 8 8 32 \" Llvlng.t"t, 'r, 'r, It.0..

t;;,: meeting of the state council of sen Service. The first talk will be of grade cattle over bonds as such action would be en- North Nub Division _ ----______ 8 22 Jim Engll'I

, ior home demonstration workers broadcast at 11 a. m., Monday, August scrubs, and many other businesslike tirely outside the station's proper Train No. 12, Letters and parcels, Lots Ii 6 TJlk C. N. J. Jones

l' and four days of practical talks 10, when Dr. John J. Tigert, proofs of the better methods sphere of activity. The Experts _________________ 2:30: p. m. Lots Addition 8 .4 ink- 1-Temples- -------Ad.---28 8 22 A. K. Cauu', ts"?

i+r' and demonstrations for Florida president of the University, will of farming.As ment Station Is engaged only with i Train 108 ___________ 5:30: p. m. dltlon .. - ,_______ .28. 8 22 Mr. O. lIf 1 I..

I scheduled the speak at the opening session of' stated by A. D. Poppell farmer the problems of agriculture and I Night mails closes ---_ 6.00: p. m. Lots 1 2 Elk 2 Temples Addltion
_
} ', D home makers are on __ -___________28 8 22 D. E, Knlgh''
home economics program for Farmers' Week. These general assembly and county commissioner "we with service to the farms of the Wannee Branch Lot a BII 2 Temples Ad.

: 9I Farmers' Week, to be held at the programs will be broadcastat saw where cover crops were doub- state.. V [ Mall closes __________ 7:00: a. m. Lot dltloll 4. 6 131k 2- Temples _Ad.___28 8 22 \Mrs. Celia en, '@_

''Ii d'tl University here August 1014. The the same hour each day. and ling and even tripling the yield of C-. Mall arrives -__-____ 2:40: p. m. dltlon --- 28 8 22 D. E Knight "

f } f will at 11 successful farmers farm women, corn. In one of the demonstrationscorn Lots I 2 8 4131k 3 Temples
1 welcoming address come Tarpon Springs Pinellas department Clue Bus Schedules \ddltlon _28 8 U t .
-- -
--------- ) E KIlJlfh'
of vetch
and specialists will be featured in following a good crop
41 o'clock Monday morning August Fr.,1 Bll 8
Temples Addition
-
store In Gaineskls
}'; i I 10 and a complete tour of the col- noonday broadcasts from 12 to 1 was 50 percent better than corn on opened Southbound-9:31: a. m., 11:31a. : _ -_______E8l 8 22 C. f., Peek
r building. m., 4:6l: m. 6:31: m. 12:14a. : Lots 3 4. 5 :ilk 7
g and night broadcasts from 7 to 8 a Check plot which had had six p. p. : Temple.
I Tarpon Springs Alex Chrysos- m. Addition _ ---------_ 8 22 C. L. Pek
Expertment throughout the week. two-horse wagon loads of manure Lots 7 Bik I 7 Temples Addition
tomides purchased Hill's Pressing Northbound-8:50: a. m. 1:23: : : :28 _
The noon program Monday will instead of the vetch. Another thing p. 8 2f E. W. line, s
G91 Shop from Oscar Hill. m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: m. 4:43: a. NIOft61nlnt5&alllnte _
( p. ,
present talks about we farmers should take to heart Is '
4)) general features for both men and I corn cover Jacksonville The 41 7 Salk 0 Temples Addition -
Silk
l" l ,, ) women have been planned. crops, small grains feed crops, improved implements. On one of Shop m.Tickets _ ___23 6 22 D. E. Knight:
y
for business Froel Blk 10
opened at 1931 Main A Templep Ad.
4' and i information aSmith's t
home gardens, and growing and the farms visited one man and two
The home economics dltlon
program street.: 28 6 22 C. L. Peek _
ii's will feature general sessions each I marketing hogi. Truck crops will mulea were tending 80 acres almost Service Station, next to Lot 1 2 8 4 507 18 14131k :

be featured In the that entirely with riding machin Hollywood)\ Hollywood Hills courthouse.. 11 Temples Addition ---28 8 22 1Ir. n. Llhlon f' ,
in
morning, and special sections program Inn being repaired to be used Lots 11 12 IIlk: ,11 Temples
as .
{ gardening and food conservation, night; talks being given about di ery. His crops were a little better winter home for cadets. Ad.lltlon. _ h____ __ .28 6 23 Mrs r. Ii) nail
versification market- than the ,and his cost of Blk 13 &1ots II 9 10 1112 13
cover average,
j nutrition crops,
West
home improvement, Sarasota Ber'a Inc., moved to Key 195 coconut palms H Rlk 14 Temples Ad-

I ,, clothing, basketry, rug making, ing, and canning.The production much lower. We also new quarters In Crisp building on purchased, to be planted as part of Lots dltlon 3 elk 1d Temples ____28 8 22 .- C. L.. Peek:
11 o'clock speaker Tuesday saw demonstrations proving that Ad.
14 S' weaving on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Main street. dltlon ______
boulevard -E8 8 22
beautification J. O.
program.. -- rrevatt
j and Thursday afternoons. j, morning will be Dr. Margaret R. peanuts should be planted about Lots 1 2 3 Elk 22 Temples __

tt/?1 +r ,f The morning programs will open Sandels, dean of the School of twice as close as we usually plant I Fort Myers --- News-Press held Miami Beach Construction of Addition _ _ _______28 8 22 J. ,V. F.dwnrd
/ 1 housewarming at new quarters in $125,000 residence of Irving Reuterat Lots 11 12 13 DIIe: 23 Tum
'i Hpmfl Economics Florida State them. Another Important demonstration -
JyI with community singing and close) i
r4i" Collier pieR A.Mltlon _ _
__ _
building. 2940 North Bay road started. __ _88 8 22 C. 1. Peek _
u 'i with a period of music appreciation. College for Women. On the noon was a herd of half-breed Lo ) Blk 23 Temnles.. Ad. _

+ '' Home making, personal program talks about the future of Angus calves. They were born in ()'rlt..J Lots 234-. _ ----.:___--____ 8 23 J. L. Peek: _
;; 4q the beef cattle in March, but were larger and looked Notice IH hereby given that the following described lands will be Hold Blk 23Temples
'p, health and appearance, and the use industry Florida Addition _ _
28 8 22 T, R. L.
{ -
I Ii at publlo auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN -------- Dnuglurtdltlon '
(i of leisure time will be the topics outlets for our beef feeding cattle, much better than scrubs on the the 7th day of laid month before the Courthouse SBPTKMUEK Door:: at Htarke, 1931, It in being Brad Lot 5 Blk 23 Temples. Ad.
dition _ _ __
r;. } Tuesday morning. Wednesday grades versus scrubs, and the farm same place born In December. We, ford county State of Florida or HO much thereof as. will be nereaaary. Lots8010it 12_ink__23_Henry d. Mason -

.; flock of sheep will be Citrus could easily see that their wide to pay the amount due for taxes net opposite the name, together with the Temples Addition _ ___
i morning, making the home attrac- given. coat of Buch Hale and udvertlHlnir." C. A. FUTCH, Tax Collector.De.rrlptlon. Lots. 13 28 8 22 C. L. Peek
14
Blk: 23 Temples .
tive, convenient and sanitary pro talks will be featured on the night backs and heavy quarters would I Addition _ __ ._____ _28 6 22 Lola. Peek: Perr.mm _|
viding food through poultry, gardening program; the mealy buy ladybee- give a greater percent of good beef, a.e. T., R. A. Owner Tnxeak Costs Lot 2 Blk 24 Temples. Ad- i

) and dairying, and Increasing tie, mulching, irrigation lowering tho kind that sells for a fair price dition _ __________-J8 6 22 W. R Crosby
Com 100 fe W Lots 123 Blk 27
of ND of Temples
the family budget will be dtsci costs, and natural control of pests when the scrub stuff goes beg- W'i! 'of NWVi of SU4 cor of .. __ Addition _ __________28, 6 22 Mra. Fronle Hemoni _|
"sed. The speakers Thursday being the topics. ging." NKYt ft run S 245 ft W Lot 11 Blk 27 Temple. Addition -
The 100 ft N 245 ft 13 J, 100 to _ _ __________28 6 22 B. A. Thomas\
morning will talk mostly on community assembly address Wednes- The thing that most impressed be. _ ? _______________28 6 22 Essie Short _ ______ 6.11 Lot. .4667\ BIle: 27 Temples
Improvement. Friday morning day >morning will\ be given by Hon. Clarence Dorman, 4-H club boy, All NWVi of SC'/4\ S of Call Addition _ __________28 6 23 C. L. Peek _

the state council\) will meet. Raymer F. Maguire member of the was that it didn't take medicine to St. _ _ ___________... 28 8 22 E. D. Card ______-______ 45.38 All BIle: 29 ex lot 14 Peek'. ,
Com on N line of NWVi of Addition _ ______-__28 6 ,,22 C. .L. & J L. reek
y At the different afternoon sections State Board,of Control and State keep pigs free of worms if they are HBV4 on E side Church St. All Silk 30 (13 Iota. ) Peek's

: I practical demonstrations and Plant Board. The noon talks will grown by the sanitation system.He A run a on dt 176 ft Addition _ __________28 8 22 C. L. & J L Peek
1] 210 ft N 175 ft W 210
All Blk 31 lot
(4
1 ) Peek's)
t i.. short talks by successful home be about honey and its production, saw a group of 40 pigs grown ft to beg _ __ __ __ __28 6 22 B. H. Smith .._________ 15.04 Addition _ __________28 8 22 C. L. & J. L Peck
makers and specialists will be good tock of bees backyard poultry the sanitation way which were 3 A In NW cor of Nye of All Blk 82 (13 lots. ) Peek'a
about twice SWi of NW'J! __-______38 6 22 Oeo. H. Weller _________ 6.11 Addition _ _________28 8 22 C. L. & J L. Peek
made. of raising the size of the
One battery
the sections and
will be brooding pigs Lots 1357 111 It 2 Orlg All Blk 33 ((14 Iota) Peek'

. devoted to cooking and canning the egg-laying contest. The talks same age raised the old way. He Town _ ___________28 6 22 D. C. Jones ..._________: 14.14 Addition -8 8 22 C. L. & J L Peek
Lota 5 7 Blk 13 Original

:, demonstrations. In another cheap that night wit be about' living at was also much Impressed with the Town _ _ ___________28 6 22 .,- J. C. Hunt ______________ 40.91 Lota 14 of 28468739101218 ink 34 Peek's add -23 8 22 C. L. & J. L Peek
r ways for improving the home will home in the citrus belt, conservation extra profits some of the farmers Com 38 1-6 ft W of SE cor Lots 1367 10 Elk 1 35

of of lot 7 Blk 17 ft run N r- Peek'a Addition _ ___28 8 C. I.. J. L Peek
be citrus In ,23 &
{ featured. In the nutrition sec the home, the family were getting by growing early fat- 106 ft W 30 1-J ft S 106 ft Lots 34668 Blk 35 Peek'- .

tion the speakers will get rightdown cow, and dairy developments. tening feeds and marketing their to Call St E :10 1.3' ft to Addition _ __________IS 6 22 F. L. Turner _
to planning economical and The Thursday morning assembly hogs in early fall. beg Original Town ____28 8 23 Mrs. I'. d. Maddox ______ 55.20 Lot 9 Blk 85 Peek's Addition
1. Com at N W Cor Call & _ _______ __ __ _
__ 28 8 22 MamieT; 0.tr1l8 )
address
r p adequate meals as well as other will be given by Dr. Chas. Mayor C. L. Brandon of Perry Walnut streets. & run W Lot. 7 8 11 .& W,(, lot 10

health topics. Thrift will be the H. Herty Industrial consultant o f stated in a recent radio address i on to a Call pt street of beg lU thence ft :2 In.N ink 36 Peeks. Addition __28 6 22 C. L. & J, L Peek

main idea of the clothingsection.The New York. The noon talks will be that business men are also 105 ft W 16 ft S 105 ft Frucl Peek'a lota Addition of Blka_ A_ _&__B_28 6 22 C. L. & J, L PeekLots
Inter-I
women taking basketry, rugmaking about squab production, the poultry ested in farm tours, since One I.J 16 house ft to&beg lot_in___Ilk_____18_28 6 22 D. E. Knight ___________ 20.69 j 1 1d 3 II:12nJ: k B RIsIng'a -
t' _ ____28 6 22 1\11'8. Cello Barter
and show -
them
weaving will actually marketing forest products, deal with farmers or would known as Starke, Hou..ebound..d V Lots 46911 Elk B Rising'

''I make the products and marketing, cover crops and like to retire on a farm. I. by 1- N Peek by S Call et Rivera I WC& ., Addition _ __________28 6 23 Hoover Bioa.
by
A special day has Insects of The 1 Lots 6 10 Blk B Rising'. .
been
pecans. J. .
night lot
nursery program by of J. E.Kutch J :
Addition _ _______ _28 8 22 D. C. Jones
arranged totake care of the chit. will begin at 7:30: and feature ________._-.28 6 22 D. E. KnIght __ __ ______ C5: 50 Lots 7 8 Blk B Rising' Ad- -

dren. talks about dairying in the south, Noted Speakers To Residence 18 bounded lot on N W by Bide Call Elk: St dition _ _ --________28 6 22 John A Curtl

} herd Improvement, and H by Starke House & W. Lots 1 a Blk: C Rising' Ad
marketingmilk. Appear On
ProgramFor H. Rivers S by Madison. dition _ _ ------____28 8 22 J. C. Poppell
7 Farmers' {Week Ht W by Court St Iota Lota 3469 Blk C Rising
"' I The assembly address Friday In- NW cor sold to ex J. R. Addition _ ____ __ 28 8' 22 L.. Morgan
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Lots 10 11 12 13 14 Blk C
will\ be Duels & Long .& Kluhard
given by C. A. Cobb, editor, I & ex lot. Bold to Clara L Mining* Addition _ ___28 6 22 -:- John A, Curtis
Gainesville
Fla.-Widely known
I i The Progressive Farmer and Peek _ __________28 6 22 / A11I4lksf1HIJKLRIs-.
>\ C. L. Peek _ __ ___ 92.10 '
rckly from Items Demonstration Southern Ruralist. The final talksIn speakers have been secured for W 31 ft lots :3 4 Blk 19 ing a Addition _ -----..28 8 22 Ceo. 1[. WollPR.

Specialist, Tallahassee the series will be given at noon the general sessions of Farmers' E orlg 81 Vu ft town of W14,lots__ 2'- ,_ink 28 6 22 Bradford County Dank __268.50 Lots Addition 12367_ _Blk_ __1_Wynna_______28 6, 22 F. Demore i

I I Friday They will be about home Week here ,August to be held 10-14 at the according University to Lot 19 8 Original ex N 10H Town ft of-Blk___20__28 6 22 D. C, Jones ___________ 1>4.30 Lot 4 Elk.I_ _1 _Wynn's_?_?.-Addition __I__.28 6 22 W. E. Daugheru

HALT FOR HEALTH improvement, and thrift in cloth Original Town _ ______28 6 23 Lots 8 9 10 ink 1 Wynn'
ing. the program Just announced by Dr. Lot II 8 Kill 22 Original 110nlta E.' Jones ______ 88.U Addition _ __________28 8 22 R. F. Denioresi'

Wilmon Newell dean of the Agri- Town _ _, ___________28 6 23 D. Lot 4 elk 2 Wynn's Addition -
C. Jones ____________
18.80
While salt will probably alwaysrender Loin 2 Blk 27 original _ -_____________28 6 22 Marie Lazont -

} its chief service FARM TOURS ARE OF cultural College and extension di- Town _ ....._____._28 6 23 Unknown _ ____ Frart lots RAF Dlk 2
as a funda VALUE TO FARMERS rector. These assemblies held from EVj of lots 1 36 Silk 28 88.45 Wynn's Addition _ ____28 8 :.Y'n.:. F. Demor' -
mental seasoning It possesses a Original Town -------2$ 6 22 O. C. Com on H side Walnut Stat
number of valuable AND BUSINESS MEN 11 to 12 o'clock each morning will Lot..84I18oWY.lot"135 Sweat" Sisters ___ 7.89 NW cor Baptist parsonage
for
which uses health be the main feature each day.They ex 70x70 ft In NW cor __23 6 22 O. C. & S E. Sweat ___ 45.38'' lot A run E 210( ft
people are only now recog will also be broadcast from state Beg" 80 ft s of. N hi cor of N70ftW210fttoWal-
nizing. Salt makes (By Spuds Johnson) > Ilk Sl as extended on n' t"t"S thence S on said St
A an excellent Stealing some other radio station WRUF. J' ....eY'1l amp. .& run S 91 beg .-__ ._ -_ __ ___28 8 22 D. E. Knight
dentifrice person'sthunder
and has been recom At the Monday, August 10 session ft W 80 ft N 91 tt E 80 ft ._ One lot of land bounded E ,
mended as such by dentists and sometimes gets one !in to beg _ ____________288/ 22 A. W. Anderson _ _____ 28.29 by Tempo Ave S by Pratt
; Dr. John J.
t physicians. trouble. However among farmers I Tigert president Beg 80 ft 8 of NE cor of St W by Sanderson LaneN
of the University of Florida will Illk 29 aa.. extended on by fund. of N. T. Rltchex
the
,' dl, For Teeth< and Gums) If gums I practice la rather to be en Knxay'a map, & run !8 91 : 1 lot 100 ft square lags 8 22E.. W, Hayes
1'' are normally couraged. So when you get a present the address of welcome. ftWSOftN91ftH80ftto Sfcl cor _ I __________
t strong pour salt directly chance to Tuesday the speaker will be Dr. bog (19211 taxes) __--28 6 :22 A. W. Anderson .________ 19.50 One ]lot of land bounded N *
on brush and rub vigorously. go on a tour to see what I Lot 2 Hlk JU J. M. Johns. by Hlk 81 original TownF.&tlbylty&WbY
other farmers Margaret R. Sandela dean of the Addition _ ____________28 6 22
Rinse mouth with salt solution are doing, by all Mary D. Moloney ______ '7.89
School of Home Economics, Florida Lots 6 6 Illk 32 J. M. Johns '
Tump-on (Bt ,__ ._28 8 22 R. M. Sparkmat
means
Sprinkle a little salt on brush after grab the chance. No mat State College for Women who Addition _ _______28 6 22 n. 111, Spo.rkman ______ 4.32 One lot 105( ft sn to SD cor
.. using to help dry and ter whether the farmers are in your Lots 1367 Blk 3J. M. of SWVi of SW'4 _____28 8 22 E. W. Drlggr"s< "
purify own county or in some other will discuss "The Money Value of Johns Addition -_ _____23 6 23 John R. 1IIcKInley ____ U.9G One lot 6214' ft by SOS ft In I
bilstleii.
If preferred, the salt can partof Good Nutrition for the Family."" Lot II Hlk J4 J. M Johns. Nfl car of lot living 220 ft

be used In solution In which case the state or even In another The Addition _ __________28 6 22 O. M. Inman ___-______ 22.11 S of :Madison at & bounded -
1 state.I general address for Wednesday Lots 6 8 IIk! 36 J. M. Johns. N by Edwards E by
; allow one tablespoon to R tumbler will be made by Hon. Raymer Addition _ _________28 6 22 A. W Anderson'------ 20.3 0 Sanders; St _ ______ 28 8 23 Henry a Ma '
I of warm water. may (and do) think that I ama Lots 1 :2 Blk 27 J. M. Johns Hew tit NW ror Bay & MadIson .
For pretty good! farmer Yet I can F. Maguire, member of the State Addition _ __ ________28 6 22 D. C. Jones _ _______ 82.88 l eta A run N 105 ft r "
Oargle and Mouth Rash Lot 4 6 Blk 1 I. T. & '
I Board of Control and the State o.s W 880 ft to Hroaclway. St
jn Salt solution Is excellent for clean- nearly always pick up some splendid Plant Board. The Thursday ad- Addition __________28 0 22 J. W, Edward"" _______ 18.80 H on mild. St! 105 ft to '
r, Ideas by the Lot7HIk1LT.&Co's Madison St thence E on '
looking over work I
out the aril
ing ,,
nasal passages particularly being- done on other farms. AndI dres swill be made by Dr. Chas. H. Addition ---------2$ 8 22: C. L. Peek ___l.._______ 3,4:8 t said St 302 ft to beg ____28 0 22 Mr. Josephiin '. i;
i r upon rising in the morning, Herty Industrial consultant of New Lot 5 Hlk 6 IT. ft Co.'aAddition Com 52H ft W of NW oor
haven't hurt the other farmers I . -, ... 28 8 22 0, W, of Call '
&
when the head is apt to be "stuf York while -- ---- Snellgrove _____ 7.89 Buy Sts A run
C. A.
City editor
"" by stealing their thunder. I Cobb. Blka 7 8 9 L. T. ft Co.'. N 320( ft to land of A, L.
fed up. I of the Progressive Farmer and Addition _ ________38 6 23 C. L .P.ek _________ 3..61 Alvnre th.nc.V 121 ft ,',
) For Earache and Tootharha And business men. too, ought to .Lot II Illk 14 L T. A Co.'a 8 315 ft to Call St thence
Make be Interested in making farm tours :, Southern Ruralist. will present the Addition _ _-_______28. 6 22 Annie May Bennett ______ 16.11 3 H on Call St 113 ft to beg
a small
bag of salt heat well final address Friday. Lot 10 Blk 14 I... T.4 Co'a .also lot of land bounded '

cover with flannel, and apply to !in their counties. They can obtain These addresses will be only a Addition Ii"Dl1 Tf'L.-T".3h 6 23 Verna Lamb JOhn./____ 15.03 K by l Swards: N by A. L. .
Lota 6 6 7
and maintain closer Alvare W by Broadway
aching part. contacts with 'small of the 8oCo.'. Addition . ______38 6 22 "
part educational vacation Unknown _ _ _____ 5',30 St A S by Mrs Humphery
For Burns, Stings, eta Another the farmers whose business or Farmers'' Week will offer Lots 4867891011B1k\ A, Mr. Mitchell _ .! 38 6 22 W. !h. Edwards
remedy for burns i I. to mix trade they hope to get or to keep. farmers 17 I... T. & ('0:. Addition.28' 6 22 It },'. D.moreet _..____;_ 15.03 One lot of land 1 362 ft N .& .
equal and home makers. Special Lot 6 7 Blk 18 L. T. ft Co. H by :210 ft E ft W bound
I parts of flour and salt They can become more familiarwith Addition ..28 8 22 litre. E. B.
Bennett _
making a separate programs have been plan -----------V ___ 11.21 Render. onrLanst- by
the problems facing farmfl's.aDlI Lots 8 9 10 11 Blk 19 L. T. _' Harrell
-
W.
--,28 6 22
r; thick pastewith cold water Bind ned for citrus J.
vegetable _ :28 6 22
thus growers, A Cols Addition Livingston, Truby& Co.__ 1.85 | One lot fronting on Broadway
t this to the burn and keep damp or will be more sympathetic. growers poultrymen, dairymen Blk*' 30 31 23 L. T. ft Co.'a St bounded N by old

i', wet with cold water. Unapplied at And then some day they may wan t llvestockmen, general crop farm Addition 34aa7.9101118I11k 23 6 23Lots -. C. L Peek _ _____ 18.80 county Jail S by land M.
to retire' L. Johns known aa Kach- I
to the farm .
.. once no blister will result When and they will ers, beekeepers, foresters pecan 34 L T. COB Ad- r Ihfarp lace ______ Jones r
; -23 P.
rash or hives appears, bathe frequently be In a better position to make a i growers ornamental lovers and dltlon. _ __________.__38 6 22-, C. L. P..k ________ 8.31 Lots 1 2 Blk 1 City -Park- 8' S3 Robt. ,
q Lot. 1 3 13 of Blk 34 L. T. Sub Division
_
_
41 with liberal salt solutionIn go of farming.The rural women. These are aside from Co:. Addition _ __.__38 6 22 '- Unknown _ _____ 7.89 Lot 4 Blk 3 City Park Sub 28 6 21 -- II. B. Wiggins
county agent recently con- Lots 8 U 10 Silk 25 L. T. ftCo' Division Redman
the _
warm water. many entertainment features - -------28S 6 22 Walter J.
_
t Addition __ __28 6 23
ducted a group of us farmers and Livingston Truby'& Co. 5.21 Lot 2 Blk: 3 City Park Sub
To Rell and
p'. i>e Indigestion& : Dyspepsia a complete tour of the College Lots46Blk21L.T.&Ca's '
;. heartburn and Indigestion are business men on a tour of some of i of Agriculture and Experiment Addition . .-_______23 6 S3 A. Starling _ ___-=-.-J1'-_ 1'.14 Lots Division 8 9 /Ilk. 3- _City-----Park-___28 6 21 Eo W. ,Miller .-.

I. /' often relieved by a cup of hot wa the demonstrations being conducted Station farm Monday afternoon. Lots Addition 6 7 Itlk_37_'_L.__T.___ft_Co.___._38 6 31 S. J. Coleman Lot Sub S Blk Division 4 City_ _Park_ -_____38 6 22 Mr*. E. K. Ferryman

ter in which, a small spoonful of on farms In the county. We saw Blk 10 ex lot 3 L. T. ft Co:* 11.88 Dlvlalon _ _ ._ ._Sub___ Sweeiy ,,10
that Addition _ ____ _______38 8 28 8 Zft Frank A.
alt has been dissolved.For corn following winter cover 1- 13 C. L. Peek _nO 13.15 Lots 13 14 19 30 Blk 3 R. N.
crops makes a much better yield Australian pines can be propagated Lots 1 3 13 1* 14 Blk 81 L. Dowllnar'a Addition _ __38 6 21 R. F. Demorest
'..
_____18
Eye Lotion: Before retiring T. A Co. Addition 6 S3 c. L. I'.elf _ __ 11.88 Lora 29 80 31 33 33 34 35 36
try bathing weak In salt than corn growing where no wlntecover r by removing seed from the wt4HIk6LT.iCo'eSub ink' S R. N. Dowllng'. Ad- -
water
eyes cones and planting them in sand in Dlvlalon -------------3, 6 13 Rose Cox _ _ ____ dition . DemorestEdward .
crops were grown. We saw 7.89 ------U 6 II R. F.
using 1-2 of salt teach Lota :I
teaspoon Hlk
1 V
Oaakln'
of water hot be that peanuts planted thick in throws e mall shallow boxes and placing In t tAt 4 3Ik U L. T.k4Co..u Lot. T 8 9 10 Addition In i-.at.' 8 23 Burn -
cup as as can Everl .
f with the rows close a shady location. The planting Hub nivlslon - _____38 6 11 Llvlna.ton, Truby" Ca..6 Addition ___) _
,. ; borne. give Lot 3 Blk It U T. ft Co.:. 2 Lot. 1 2 IS-14- less-.--- Jt 6 23 R. H. Starkey -

For a Quick Emetic In case of prospect; oJ. returning greateryield. boxes should be well drained and Sub Division _ ______1S 6 11 E..I. Short _ _- 5 It and half acre In NE E 30 cot'of ft
'' than those thinner the sand should be kept moist. Wt4BIk10.T.&Co'a SE4! of
t 1 4 poisoning, a quick and effective planted Sub Division _ ____33 8 11 Ella JoIatlb.,.. ,_ ft Sty leaa E S9 -
emetlo be made We saw the value of a good bull In Lot 1 Hlk 13 L. T. ft Cols : ___ 9,0 6 I -acrea"i n"--_ --l9 8' 21 O. C. Sweat -.-
may by dissolving 1
Improving cattle because Just as the early bird get the Hub Division _____.JI 8 IS Epbram Thomas _ M 8E" of SEt r* '
range __ 1
: a couple of heaping tablespoons of Lots 13 Blk 15&Eaaft 3,4! acre In NEV, of 8EV.
salt In a pint of warm water. half-breed calve were beating the worm the hog producer who hi tithe ale I 4 Blk IS lot. 1 Sand known aa the Blltcn .-
scrubs all hollow. We saw that i iU it early fall market get the profit E 38 ft lots I 4 Blk S 1-7 Place! '- ------U 8 21 H.. A Hooper -
acre. land bound.dB
p'; 18 L. T. ft Ca's Sub Dl- .
possible to maintain good pasture vision - _____11 8 11 Annie Mack Coleman by Blltch Place 8 by Ry
Starke-WUI of late J. W. Alvarez : and save on feed bills., We All Blk 14 L. T. Co.'* Sub 1'711 W line by Street ft N by N '
Division'2. of 8E 4 of 8BH__ -
8 IS SI 8 It Bert Bogart -
makes provision for library soW the result of different fern If a feed shortage seems imminent Lot 31/B1k2rLT., Livingston, TrubJ' Co I.U f A In SW cor of Slt" of -

at corner of Walnut and Jefferson User practices, and got an Idea aa early August I* a good time Co/ Sub Dlvlalon __ 18 8 IS A O. 3.01lID. BE\4 REViwaAof5534of:\
streets.r Block IS 34 L T. Co. ._ !.3 4 - 8 11St Mrs, Y. Torr.allaBEy
It' to which were best for our sections.: ;. to plant cowpea for hay. A ln NW cor of SEtj ot3
8Dlvlalon , -
_ _2$ I IS .
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- OF QUAIL known as "white oak runner", due SPUDS AND MARY DECIOE -Mulberry Roberts Sanitary quarter Section' 21, Twp. T South- erty situated. In Bradford County '
gEy11ES: Florida' to-wlt
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1 23 40
tan K. acres
E to its persistent climbing about in TO ATTEND FARMERS' AND Bakery moved, to new quarters in The ire assessment. of laid property East: half of Southwest, quarter

L articles of oak trees; very large examples of FRUIT GROWERS' WEEK Mayo building. under the mild certificate aimed. wan Northeast quarter Section 26, Twp.II
preceding /Smith Manure 22 E 20 A.
two In the name of J. II Hankn.UnleKM
discussed the birdLmal the former have been known to Tallahassee $10,000 annex to Bald certificate shall. be redeemed The amassment of said .. ,

Leg we swallow mature quail. The pine (By Spuds Johnson.) Florida A. and M. College Hospital, aocordlDK to lh'i.\ 'i.': under the sale. ) certificate Issued.
Jenkins.ITnlesH
In the name of Lee "
reTta
of quail will 'Issue thereon on
enemies, snake also called "bull snake" or Mary and I were talking the other rapidly nearing completion. tSeplember, ). 1931. said certificate shall be redeemed <

this we will confine "white gopher snake' a large light day about whether or not we Hollywood Facade additionsto hinted I6l day of August" A. according to law, tax deecwill : '
known to Issue thereon on the 7th day :
es tc the reptiles colored reptile largely confined to should go to Farmers' and Fruit beautify Sea Breeze Hotel D.1931. O. W. ALDKUMAN. September, A. U. 1931. :

er UM quail or their eggs. dry pine barrens is fond of the Growers' Week at the University northwest corner Van Buren street (Seal) Clerk ofvlrcult Court listed thin &th day ot .August AO.

l the history of a eggs of quail and other ground this year. Of course there wasn't and 19th avenue will be under way 8-7-51-0-4.Tiradford County Florida D. 1931. \f. ALDERMAN: .

L'bcr'of quail nests afield nesting birds as is the common much argument against going and soon. (Seal\) Clerk of Circuit'
noted that arable llnulford County, ) .
I Invariably be king snake., The latter, however, everything in favor of going but Jacksonville Construction of 8-7-5t'0-4.
percentage have all or is the harm $100,000 shell crushing plant on :% >TI('n OP \IM'I.H- \TIOrou'
cannibalistic offsetting we Just talked it over from differ TV.Y: ItCIOIl: \ :

the eggs removed in a mys- done to quail by eating many ent angles and then decided unanimously -' Talleyrand avenue for White Shell Notice IH hereby given, that L. R. 1\OTICI') OF .:".,:(""'10'1I

manner the nests being InHv snakes that are also destructive to to go. :Mary generally Corporation authorized by City (flalnev, holder of tax: certificate. I T, ]r. C. Wall mayor of !'
and no evi- Ni. 60 the of August, Florida by virtu of authority vested !
I\Wlp3"a : ,
disarranged these birds. Large rattlesnakes unanimously to do whatevershe Building Department. certificateIn
game agres A. I) 1924, has" call
In by law, do hereby atelection
While me :t
"left by the robber. kill and swallow even mature wants to do.I Arcadia Goody Cafe Installednew my office and. made applicationfor to he held at the city nil I \

of the mammals previously quail on occasion but are not flgger that Mary and I need a gas system on South Monroe tax: deed with to law.Issue Said thereon certificateembraces In accoidance In the aforesaid city, liy tho
ed such as raccoons, opos- known to eat eggs, and are seldom week's vacation away from the avenue. the following. described. .. fled voters 8th there 1931, on for Tuesday the l'Un"'H.of : September r

Incl dogs eat quail eggs shell : numerous enough to be very de place this summer anyhow. We've Plant City Work progressingon property Florida ultuated to-wlt In: Bradford Cou.l'k electing. the following officers: : 11

creatures are apt to road No. 17 between here and Lta 1 D 11 12 of Itlk 20 In Ward One Mavnr. j"
these ; structive. Ordinarly they prey: been working pretty hard, both of Two Aldermen : '
out the nest or otherwisenge i largely on rabbits, cotton rats and us, all along, not taking much time Polk county line. City 20 IS.The,. Section 8, Two. 7 South Range" One Clerk Treasurer and Tax ( I

it or leave some evl- other rodents. oAnd so I believe it would do Largo rinellas Bakery added aHHeMinent. of said properly lector.One. Tax: Assessor.One : ; : ;I .J:
If the under the Male certificate lashed wanIn
Bof. their visit. eggs Water snakes, garter snakes us good to get out Into somethingelse new equipment. the name of 1'. A. CroHby. Marshal.Inspectors I.

een removed without any grass snakes "blow snakes,' or and get our minds off our Unless sold certificate shall he redeemed Kvndrlck, II,of H.said Humphrey election, : F.T. 'f
nest or Its surIngs according 'to law, tax: deed
of the
ance "spreading adders" and the numerous work right on the place. Sccitt. \
be CI.KICK'H IIRPOIIT will issue. thereon on I the 7th day ofMvpteinber.
the work can only smaller species of snakes are Last year I learned a whole lot : A. I). 1'ISl.luitril !: In testimony whereof, I her<'l.nl". '
or a \ of A. subscribe my nnme and cause
being thin 6th August
i a nungry human in no way harmful to quail or other about farm crops livestock disease Report of the Clerk of Circuit U. 1931. day real of the said. city to be ..
the latter for thee Coun In and fur Llradford County, IhlM the 4th day ot AiiKust A. l
usually .
bird life so far as known. and Insect control pecans, Florida, of Tax.. U.V. Al Pli11MAN.
on account as..as.ed lit.11.
| formerly prevalent among Even on a quail preserve where small fruits etc., and there was a for the year IU29. i (Seal Tlradforit Clerk of Circuit),'.: H. C. WALL
the south of gathering C. A. Knight tax collector, County, Olll.t'l (Seal) Mayor of Htiiiko, i'
of Is made to the
every effort protect good bit of discussion on citrus stuike, .l-'lu. AUK. 1, 1931.Coouty 8.7-bt-9.4. 8-7-61-9-4. '
ira to eat is rapidly dying game birds from their enemies destructive but I didn't get to hear all of that.I Prep** 1'
I'two three eggs are dia To lull clue July I .____ .-- _-8213."4 0'1'11-1 nv .*,','.... \10'\1' row.Tt .
or snakes prove exceptionally couldn't go to everything. Mary fly amount collected _____1475.33 \ Ul'T.nNotice : MITKII'M sIt.I7Not
:og at intervals of a day orL difficult to reduce in numbers learned a whole lot about how to To loal.II... July U! ._ _ ____ _8768.Bl! IH hereby !given that Julia. X .MM _M :, : '
robber is probably a snakeall Kin .! Forfeiture. Albert holder of tux ceitlftcate No. lee 'Is hereby given that timleami
all the the most effective method known improve the home in looks how to To bal. dun July 1 __ .2144./11/ 271 the 6th day of August, A. It.192M by vlitux of Hint certain
to swallow eggs being the payment of small bounties make the kitchen more convenient By) amount collet-tod ____ 491.77 has filed mild. certificate" In my decree of foreclosure nmiln bv th I, t
!
Ingle visit, which the largest to tenant farmers living on the and comforable for her how to sew Tl balance dun July 31 ___ ___220284Cuuiftlr ): office and made application for tax Judge or the Txvetity-Slvth, j i
deed to issue thereon In accordancewith
Itond mid nrldaeMnlntenence
Circuit of h'lorldn. In Chancery tilt.linti'
I can do with ease. ground for killing the most harm and make pretty dresses and hats la\v. .Said certificate embraces In the Circuit Court for UrAd'r"jll1'

J studies of the Co-operative ful kinds. In general a most effective and how to better cook and pre- To but due July 1 __ ____82M.91lly the following described propertyxltmiteil ; )', rll.I."I.;:;:; on the 2 IT'I": .
revealed that amount collected' .1414.87 In Umdford county A, 1 fiivor of .
J investigation control consists of the sup- pare food and how to prepare what To bal due July 31 ________.-6759.04 to-wll: "'I':I1I'IIA": LAM HANK Ob' ,' .
ititlvely few common South- pression of old dense broom sedge they call a balanced diet, which I County llallcllng Lots S and 6. ink. 1.1 n 1"IU"ld"1:: I.U.MIIIA, a corporation as complalniint ,
__ /lM/I.16/ / Section iI2', Twp. a South
in are seriously deLe To bal due July 1 and itKulnst II J. Cox. ,
snakes
either through occasional cultivation suppose is a series of good square Hy amount collected __ 12204To U. 11.: Cox, his wife, J. II. Moore I Jame
to quail or their eggs and of the land or burning in the meals. Mary said they mentioned lull due July 81 ________ CU3.22 The nHHiiHKment of Kald. propertyunder llannan as lOxecutor: of the .... .. .
ill of these do some good to Count Hebool-General the said. certificate issued. wan I or !Mrs. Roan L. llannan ",'.. ...
late winter. This removes the cover something about nutrition and vitamins To bal clue July 1 _._.13,722.83Hy In the name of A. J. Williams.. and 'I the I.ltwt..y National "'
|the harm done to game birds. :' essential to cotton rats and oth- but she didn't quite know amount collected __2412.07 Unless said certificate shall xb redeemed I..oAn.I..lIon., a corporation .. . ;
for a satisfactory To bal. clue July 31 ___11,310.7 according til law, deed derendants. .
tunately er rodents which attract snakesIn what those things were, so she Just Cotintr Tulin I will Issue. thereon on the 7th day of The undersigned. as Special. 101... :

Lion of the subject there is numbers and is, as previously got the practical side of it that To bal. due July 1 _______ 187.00 ..fnted t' :'eI.I-.6 1>. 1981. tnr, will offer fur sale In front !
iorable confusion in the com- lly amount collected 101.00 day of August A. the courthouse door In Starke ,,' .
out unfavorable to quail could understand. They .
pointed
but anybody To bnl due July 31 ________ 86.00 D. 1931 Ida, during the legal hours of au
snakes namesere
lames of for several reasons. Many egg- didn't bring in those bags words Total auk-School-Regular cICi.: W. ALUHriMAN. between the hours of eleven A. \
are those in general use snakes be To Iml. due July 1 ___ __ _ 18.875.92 (Soul) of Circuit Court, and two o'clock l>. M, on .. iUOt'ST \
eating can destroyed by often.
very ______2278.3HTo Bradford. County Florida
snakes My amount collected the 7th day of September; A. U. :\
j region. The that' are noting the calls of the mischievousblue Another thing that interestedboth bal due July 31 ._______10,51)9.64 8-7-51-9-,. t<> the highest and host bidder t :. : :; : : : 4

of quail or quail eggs lire Inal Jays, which locate and "mob" Mary and me was the fine .b-Mrhool floated cash the fololwlnir ......crib..
| kinds that are To bal due July 1 ___ ___71711.48 OT1CH 4>F* AI'I'I.K'VTIOV' FOIL property situated In Bradford county
I the same snakes. This is'particularly true there. We ______
friendships we developed ny amount collected 1201.67 TAX 1>KKI) Florida, twlt: 1 .
i to prey on rodents and in- in the case of the "white oak run met a lot of folks who are ,farm- To bal. clue July 31 ________6073.81 Notice Is hereby given, that Cecil The South I Half of the ..... .
the racers (blacksnake AgriculturalTo K. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. quarter of the Southwest ".. ,
and ners, which are enemies of tree Ing and Ipterested in rural work bal. due July 1 .-. 686.16 3RI, the GIli day of August, A. ..ntllhe North Half of the ..... ,
unlp and Indigo snake) nesting birds as well as quail and Just like we are and we all Just hada Hy amount collected _____ ___ 122.95 1). 1928, has filed said certificateIn Quarter of the Southwest Quarter
lolubers ("rat snakes" and what To bnl due July 81 __..____ 6CU.21WldoW : my office. und made application Section Twentv-rour (24)I. '" ..
others that build the ground.The time
on general good together Hennlou Fund. I ..
for tax deed to issue thereun In accordance Five (6) South Itanire -
ken snakes") as distinguishm writer has located a half dos time we were not in classes.I To bal. clue July 1 __ _______ 688.18 with law. Sold certificate (22) Kast.: I
large uumber of speciesprey Jly amount collected _ _.... 122.94 embraces the following deacribedproperty J. lAo FnAZml
|> a en or more I lot these snakes in a am told that the College Is go- To hal due July 81 -_________ 663.23 situated In Uradford county Special ....,,..
[ largely or entirely' single day by listening' to the Jay Ing to make a separate section for Road A HrlilKB In.erest Hud 8l.k- Florida to.witt! H. M. JOHWH. :'
1 fishes and other cold blood- calls. discussion of truck and 'noc Fund North 210 ft. ot Northeast quarterof Solicitor for Complainant +
the
crops __ _
To bal due JulY 1 -37,467.87
Southeast quarter Section 84 Twp. 8-7'5t-D-4.
jtatures. 1 There is a general belief over truck crop problems this year and Hy amount collected _._ ___6600. 8To 7 Mouth Mature 22 10, 0 acres. .
lile the relative destructlve- bal. due July' 81 ___ ___80961.19 The usHeHHineiit of said property
: much of the southeast that the will have some mighty good! Information (J. W. ALD RI\IAN. Clerk. ; certificate l M iTr.ir<'i' 11\ '.')
the various under the said Issued was
jto quail of species common box turtle or "land terra- along that line. There; By Blanche. A. Vandlvlere 1>. C. In the name of H. K. Trlent.I'nleHH !; }

In to eat the birds or their: pin" Is an eater of quail eggs. are a lot of truck growers in the r I said. certificate' shall be redeemed Hereby notice /Is given I that sodas I :
lis almost impossible to de- accordlnK to law tax deed and by virtue of that certain flnal
While there may be some truthin state who will want to hear that V 1'1'1191n will issue thereon on the 7th day of decree of foreclosure made' .
Ine, it seems certain that theon the accusation experiments with sure. Circuit( Court Itiadford Twenty-Sixth, County Judicial , September, A. l 1). 1931, V. II long:: Ifudgs l : 1'. ,. lac.: Vic: for Yt: '
an exceedingly Circuit liatod this 6lh day of August, A. Twenty-Sixth' Judicial' Circuit I
coachwhlp
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many captive individuals apd the My extension calendar says that State or Florida In Chancery.A i). loa I. Florida. In and for Urudford
[ Blender and active reptile of study of over six hundred quail Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Week D. Martin.Complainant.. ((1.V, AL1HOIIMAN :: : I Chnncery I I
lah-brown coloration is the (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court :iily.'t: July A. It.. : rtrlnofA "
is to be
I destructive of southeast- nests afield in country where these for both men and women vs.Lucy Urudford ,County Florida. of Joseph R Wilson as llqulilato
any creatures occur has failed to reveal held August 10-14 this year. Mary C. Martin, 876t44 for llrudforcl, County Hank a "'

Wile, for it preys extensive- any basis for the belief and and I'll be there. We'd like to seea It appearing 1 lefendiint.by affidavit appended' : .atlon as complainant, and attainsJohn ; : i:; : I
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I the young quail as well as on to the hill riled In the above-xtntod ]\ >'' '> UI' .\i-ri.irvi'i<<'\ Foil Magyar' and Mary .)
these innocent and highly inter large number of others there his wife, us defendants.The .
that C. Martin the defendant TAX III'I'U: .
The black- cause Lucy
leggs. common esting creatures may well be left too. therein named Is a nonresident !- Notice Is hereby !given (that Cecil : sold Special I Master' ;., I"h" off*: .
t, another true racer eats of the .state' of Florida and that ft. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. for sale In front of tho
I to go their way unmolested. SLake Is unknown and that 874, the 6th day of August A. door In Stark, Florida during thleKul ,
and her residence
eggs young quail on oc- .
While landowners and others In- defendant Is over the ago of twentyone n.l 192'>, has filed said certificate In hours of sale' between
i, but fortunately black- City = Erection of $5,000 hours of eleven A. M. und
for
IN therefore ordered my office and made application
It
Increase can'helpthese years;
terested In
is usually retire to the vicinity quail Pan-Am filling station to start that said non-resident defendant be tax: deed to Issue thereon In accordance o'clock p. M. on Monday the 7th d..
of September A. 11. 19.11: to I
game birds greatly by reducing and she Is hereby required to appearto with 'law. Said certificate embraces
during summer months shortly on North Marlon highest and best bidder. for rash '
pter the numbers of snakes listedas upper the bill of complaint filed In said the following descilbed property
easIly!] obtained diet of frogs street. cause for divorce oil or before Monday situated In llradford County followlnir described property sltuuted I"i'I
destructive to quail it goes, the 7th day ., A. 1). Florida' to-wlt: In llroclfonl county Floilda, to
requesting the uplands where against the grain to destroy more Jacksonville City's storage 1931{, otherwise: f'I.: ..:: rl'n;; of UoutlivTest quarter of Northeast with: :
The North lint of the 1 Kast Halof
I nest as persistently as the tanks at municipal electric gen said bill will be taken all confessedby quarter Except 4 acres on Hast. side
than necessary of creatures that & Southeast quarter of Northwest the Southeast Quarter of
p'hlp.' A third racer the erating plant on Talleyrand avenue said defendant. Thirty.four CM: ), Township Six: (
Section 21.7.22-77
are of such assistance in the general It is further ordered that this order quarter acres.
blue-black indigo snake completed at cost of 22470. be published once a week for The assessment of said propertyuocl..1' South Hnnir Twenlv-Twn' (22 Kasexcept I
warfare against rodents. llrad the said certificate Issued. was therefrom Five (5) acres I
consecutive weeks In the
h Dairies four
reaches of St. Augustine Superior
a length eight the form of In the 4ouheast
Where control work is necessary it ford County Telegraph a newspaper. In the name of Mrs L. It. Kalch.ITnleNs u square
J also eats birds and.bird eggs of improved farm plant and distribution published In said county and state. said certificate shall be redeemed Corner, .
well be confined to snakes J. L. FiAZUI7Special
may accord III if to law tax deed
certain extent and is unit. This August 4th 1931. ..
presum- proven destructiveness and to 0. W. ALDERMAN, will Issue thereon on the 7th day of : f
!somewhat destructive to quail abundance of Winter Garden West Orange (Sena!) Clerk Circuit Court. September, A. 1>. 1931. ; ft M. JOHN'S./ !'
where
|hie large showy reptile is not grounds an Citrus Growers Association organ K. M JOHNS'!, Starke Fla.Solicitor Dated this 6th day of August A. Solicitor 8-7-6t-9-4.for Complainant. .
literal quail Is of primary Importance. for Complainant, n. 19:11.: I
distribution. ized here. 8-7-&t-0-4. O. W ALDRriMAN ,
I" colubers include many Daytona Beach Wilson Shirt (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court MTICH: 01" APPl.intTIWV' icon
Urad ford County, Florida. TAX. DEED
., usually referred to as "rat Noma-First carload of water Co., of Atlanta contemplates locating OTICK Of ,\I'I'I.. 1A'rIUV POIt 8-7-51-9-4.

.eh' or "chicken snakes." andr melons this season shipped recent plant here. Notice U hereby TtX lliKl given: that Cecil Notice I I. hereby given That O.

| as known all eat birds and ly from here. Hialeah W. D. Molesworthtook R. Moore, holder of tax certificate NOTUi: 01" ...PP..II. TIO'\l' FOIL ColHon' holder of Tax Certificate
1 on 3525 N. W. No. 311the: 6th day of August, A. TAX UKIOItNntlcn : : 20, the 4th clay or July A. D. : ::
occasion as well as var- ChlpleyDisplay window of over Ary's garage 1>. 1929. has filed wild/ certificate In IH hereby given that Cecil has. filed said. certificate In my ,
roJcnts. The beautifully mark- Chavers-Fowhand Furniture Store 18th avenue. I my office and mail application l fur i K. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. and made application" for tax
Be coluber Fort Pierce Installation of tax deed to Iniiue. thereon In accordance 40U, the 6th day of August, A. to Issue thereon In accordance
"corn snake, or completed. I with Inw. Said" certificate mnraieii I U. 1921)) has filed said certificate 'In law. Hill.. vHrllflcnte embraces
chicken snake 'preys to aIm Shady Grove F. M. Woods received drain sewer in: vicinity of Delaware : the following. described property my office and mad application for following described property .

extent on quail, as does the contract for proposed school avenue and South Third streetun' Hltuated In Bradford County, tax deed to Issue thereon In accord ed In llradford county Florida I ::
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Florida, to-wlt: ance with Inw. Said certificate embraces wit: .
coluber more appropriately building. derway. BouthwiMit quarter. of fJorthweiit the following desnrlhed prop Lot 8. ninck 81, Ward City, f
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i pp..p-l_II __ ... come of the man.-Redding (Iowa) justing of outgo to Income. We, Clermont M
Telegraph therefore, are endeavoring to put A ;;;;a'ed
1 Bradford County Herald. County Will BeRepresented shop for mUSical
From Other -0- 'business management' into every Frostproof 8Upplt I
1 Penj J Packlll
home. We are employing expertsto
be
Established 1877 Beat This One : opened here r
4: f:\ ----_--____.__ A quiz listed.the following question At studs home management and Kenansvllie m tau
we are sending these experts into 29 Slate
Second Class Sunbacka almost attractive : "Define a bolt and nut and being clearer
are as -
: 'and Entered as
and
Fridays
Published Weekly on as greenbacks. Starke Tele- explain the difference, if any." A the' homes of the country women, here to pavement grSdet
.. ; : Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida graph. And much more in evidence sweet young thing submitted the Growers Meet' with an idea of assisting them In Sarasota lan8 i above '
their financial problems. In many under
establish
these strenuous days. -New following: cooperative "
ffli E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher Port Rlchey Press. A" bolt is thing like a stick of: cases women are converting waste here.Bowling

J. C. Robinson _______ _______:..________ Managing Editor -p hard metal, such as iron, with a material to help and out by the products family into income mon. Green j..p, I
ey
square bunch at one end and a lot Bradford county will have a rep- ers and shipper Co..i
i.i: The Starke Telegraph's suggestion of scratching wound around the resentative group of women In attendance to provide for better home ed branch here of frogs' W
to the legislature that liars facm-I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE other. A nut is similar to the bolt at Farmers' Week to be ties and cultural Port Pierce
licenses be issued to funds
provide bolt held at the University of Florida,, Miss Gleason explained that tiona forbeacon LaYing or I
75c-Payable in Advance only just the opposite being a TyPe-1A
p' Yearly $1.50 Six :Months, for state purposes was a good. one.
; there home demon- tlasbll
are thirty-two
-Bronson Journal. sawed off short in a chunck of iron, August 10-14. The theme of the at airport
;p .j . Advertising Rates on Application with wrinkles around the inside meeting which is to be attended by stration agents in Florida work- Airways, Inc. under of Fort
: : o of the hole.-Farm and Ranch. hundreds of women from every section ing from home to home, from community Plant City yay.
.f i1 The Starke Telegraph says it 0- of the state, will be home to community in the rural West ReynoJ..ls. Playil'O:
,IzI:4: : : fl2l Gasoline ain't worth another cent. is no trouble to sart an argumentin The Next Step making,In Florida today, and will districts, and that at regular centers dedicated. street f

d1'3' 0 hot weather. Probably not, but be under the direction of Miss on regular dates they meet '
it IS some trouble to find some- (Palatka Dally News.) Flavia Gleason, state home demonstration groups of women who study together pcalastate on Road ::0nvlct,
"i The beach is no place to be pinched. one with energy enough to keep After years of waiting, due in agent. and under the agents guid- limits, completed No 19oUai! t

1 1 0 the argument going. Bronson! part to a change of administration, Vital subjects that will help ance, work out plans for the welfare cupany. i and readYI,
Journal. highway No. 28 is now open from these women to be better home of their homes and their fam Winter
If I- ,, Tax relief now means finding some easier way to pay the o Palatka to Lake City. It opens upa makers will be discussed. Instruc- Citrus Exchange Garden SL

:' ;. i bill. One legislator broke a record new trade territory, connects tors will be present to explain the ilies.During Farmers' Week the state operate under or !$
here with highway No. 3 for cen- I council of Home Demonstration name ot w
o and Thursday introduced his first necessity for good health on the ange Citrus Growers AsZf
i U bill since the body convened some tral Florida, increases the traffic part of the women who stand at i work, consisting of two represen- announced by TuZI
..,.,.'p It would be hard to find anything more useless than a 100 days ago. He was safe in over the Memorial Bridge and cuts the head of the business of home. tatives from each county council, Harold

) 1'' bill fold.. succumbing to the temptation after the distance from the gateway. It Lecturers will emphasize good will work out plans and programs SarasotaDuckleWuckuY Shop opened
: it was certain that there would further accents the importance of home management that there may for further development of their ment of A, Aclkisson.under
.. r -0 not be another extra session.Tltusville .- this city as a" highway hub, and be more time for cultural activities. work. All through Farmers' Week
... Tampa Tribune says flapperism is 3,000 years old. Most Star-Advocate. eventually will no doubt become a Good nutrition and food conserva- each year, while the men are discussing Apalachlcola RemM
connecting link In a'' through bus tion and better farming and mar- Chapman School building
clothing
physical appearance
t1. L. of them lay claim to less years, though. -0- system from Florida to the west of the home will receive spe- keting methods, the women are discussing ing rapidly. *
pt The Inverness Chronicle thinks and central north. cial attention. There will be bas- better methods in home 'Key West Bids will! be a
t the next governor is going to In- The completion of this thoroughfare ketry, making, weaving and making. atJWashlngton Aug./ for $'
Political forecast-Salary reductions will have no effect herit a lot of grief, but that won't is an event worth celebrating wreath rug native construction and repair
making, using ma- S
on number of candidates next year. keep candidates from announcing. for it marks a long struggle upon terials. I breakwater protecting iui
Umatllla Construction of local -
:
-Starke Telegraph.'Well, all those : base of local
the part of the residents of the navy yard. I
Labor devices will be
saving gas system in city limits, by I
f: o who do announce are in for grief various counties traversed by the TampaEstab1l8hmenl J
demonstrated. The latest and most
in Florida under any way, so what does it matter? route, a struggle that was climaxedby Florida Gas Co., progressing rap- citrus shipping crate J
There must be a lots of towns 1,000 pop- scientific methods in the work necessary idly. factorj

: ulation if Starke comes 89th in line with 1,339. Bronsoa Journal.- delegation the appearance from the highway of a strong No. will be to shown.the keeping Plans up for of financingand a home Panama City Construction of near ucts Co.Winter here. planned by Evamt1

\. The funny part about those business 28 association before the state road keeping the home budget within paper mill warehouse being rushedto | Park -FloridaBui
i; men who won't advertise their department at Tallahassee. This the income will be worked out. completion. modeling building. |
.. The preacher with a 58-hour sermon record must have stores is that they are paying their delegation received the assurance The relation of home to school, Canal Point,- Formal approval [ Panama City J. R. Sejijl
,4 .: ; t' his the order of anthem. given for reopening closed State chased Cove Hotel. *
.r arranged sermon on an competitors' advertising bilL that the road would be built at to church and to community will be
r.11 : o Starke Telegraph. And this appliesas once, and that promise has been among the various subjects discussed Bank of Canal Point. Brookavilla- J. s. EvaMoi
much to the chain store and the more than kept. -'The T. B. Gillls- and practical assistance in Daytona Beach Peabody Bowling grocery and< meat market la?
$
: J officials found wild in the Ever- mall order folks to the Co. Club to erect new clubhouse. building.,
: t Glades county a man as home pie contractors, did their part making the home.tit into the com. ,
.glades'shortly before the legislature adjourned. merchant.-Bronson Journal. by expediting the work. munity in its proper setting will
-0- But one .more link in the road be given.
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. ; _______ 0j Clermont Press digs down in remains before it can begin its mission "The Home" said Miss Flavia
j t: Maybe this excess heat caused by vaporings of candidates musty volumes and discovers thata of furnishing the shortest pos- Gleason state home demonstration
gold digger is merely a sible route from the Lake
flapper City
I agent, in discussing the plans for
_ .getting, their, speeches ready for next spring. who lost her amateur standing. gateway-the most Important in the week, "11 still the unit of AmerIcan ATTEND OUR JUBILEICELEBRATING
_ o Starke Telegraph. We believe the the state-to the sea. Already the l civilization." Homes must

Florida's congressman-at-large will have to roam the gd. smells fishy Instead of musty, grading is being done on the San function more efficiently in this
so that someone has made a mis- Mateo-Bunnell"'lItretch and When
_ _ state over getting votes, but the candidates won't mind that. take.-Bronson Journal. the job, is finished and the con demonstration technological age.agents'We, are as home con- '15 YEARS OF

o -0- tract for the hard-surfacing let,
_ _ _____ The 16-year-old boy who robbed a filling station to get We vote for additional taxes Palatka'3 dream of a more direct We centrating are trying our to efforts assist on the this modern unit. FRIGIDAIRE ACHIEVEMENT
upon ourselves and then seek relief outlet to the coast will be practically I
: married' ,will have to stay at home nights-if married or in from the legislature. We will realized. .. woman. The in mother the,big must job of keep home a maker. little

_ _ I. : jail. get relief when our bills are paid. The opening of the Lake City- ahead of her husband and children
-Starke Telegraph. But of suchis Palatka end of the road ANNIVERSARVI
o- however, if the home is to continue as the
___ human progress made. We go will lose much of its significancefrom center of American
______ Bronson Journal frankly advises Levy county citizens by leaps and bounds, then fuss because the commercial standpointand "Homes must be made life. attractiveto
"Even if don't like the Journal you should read the darn we have to the price. the tourist
__ _ you Bronson pay standpoint, unless compete with the commercial institutions I GIFT I TO AllVISITORS. I L
I Journal. through traffic, is advised of the
,:. thing, anyway. that are attracting the
o short cut. It is to
be expected that man and the
0- children. They must
According to the Starke Tele. maps will not magnify the Importance be 'as attractive as the . ,
picture
Fpr those citizens who do not pay any other form of tax; graph, gas is a cheap article In one -ot the road, nor will those show the skating rink, and the

,. _ /. Ocala proposes to put on a "head tax" of $2 to help pay municipal Florida city. We suppose reference who furnish information\ to the public parks. Therefore we are U.21..
_ expenses. is made to the regular first and L traveler go out of their way to sing emphasizing the necessity for beau- Interesting demonstration!
second extra sessions of the legis- its praises.: Road signs must ,be tifying the interior
end the exterior
of $10
: only
: o lature. From what we hear taxpayers erected, especlaly at Lake City of the home. ; 4 , Special terms ]
Mississippi mother 128 old her will not count the and north of there, so that the '
years spanked 100-year- gas they motor "The mother must be as attrac- down. And a special Jub
f old spill as being so very cheap... nomad who comes this way, tive as the manicurist
.. daughter because she wouldn't pay a 75-cent debt. Must the milliner II
Bronson Journal. may read as he rides These signs or the playground director. She i t offercoallwhopurchlseflo'.
I be an ancient custom.
-0-- should be conspicuously and strategically must cultivate
: Patronize placed, and the the personality, that i Arrange to be our guest during
o home industries first, sooner subtle thing called 'charm.' There
says the Starke Telegraph. Which job is undertaken the better the fore, we are the WIL ,, .hMi! b'ui'i.b.hi'
; ... Applications have been filed for fifty-one race tracks in reminds us that a school teacher chance of securing favorable loca- of hygiene emphasizing, and of principles this anniversary event.

this state, which leads one to wonder where the ponies and in an adjoining county asked her tions. beauty.. The mother, who personal Is the

: ; puppies are coming from. class one day what the principal Every county along the line- bead of the family, must under-
,' industries of the county were, and even those south of here that would< stand something of the finer thingsart FRIGIDAIREGUARANTEED
.0 one profit by, the routing of traffic di-
: country youth answered, "Fish -- music, literature, If she expects -
Georgia peach should vats under the rectly into the heart of the
growers place trees. ing, farming and moonshining.-> state- to keep the boys and girls
A little sugar or syrup thrown in occassionally might make amore Moi'e Haven Democrat. should cooperate in a general ad- : who are learning in the schools and FOR 3Smith's YEARS
vertising campaign ,that must '
merchantable product. -0- be the colleges, loyal to the home.
t. Avery Powell suggests the swallow inauguratedif' real results are to Therefore, we are pointing out avenues -
o as the bird for our national be obtained. ,oil of self culture for her. Service StationStarke
__ News head states coal shovel awaits Capone in the pent emblem. Americans are notorious .The highway jros,28, association, "In this age wnen so much emphasis

. tentiary. It would be a safe bet that Capone will never touch for Starke swallowing Telegraph.most The anything.Americansare doubt of course it will., must The take opportunity the lead. is No a is given to efficiency-when !

i ; a' ho\1el'while serving his 'term. the birds in this Instance, and major one.STATE ,II.d. every political office unit every is trying industry to ,run every at Florida

_ :. 4 0 so really we make a mistake that p. the least cost, and is trying to I

_ _ .. Editor of the Madison Enterprise-Recorder has been taking we have any sort of fowl for a nat- BANKS ARE IN GOOD make every dollar do its full share,
| lonal
emblem.-Bronson Journal. SHAPE SHOWN BY CALL homes must be run
on a business
.
special course in chemistry at the University, and other -0- basis. Women MUST study home

editors..nro naturally curious to know what he proposes to do Leslie George, in his column In Comparative statements of 142 economy as the statesman studies I
: with it. the Taylor County News, stated Florida state banks and trust companies political economy. Economy means
'. _ that the improved brands of lip- as of December 31, 1930 and wise management the ad-
.: _____. 'r 1' -_. ,0 stick allow one to kiss a girl without June 30, 1931, reveal a decrease of +
Onq representative; says,the.members "were too smart," getting a carbon copy.- total resources from 82480688. WE WE 1' '
_ r Starke Telegraph. But who 38 \
to
this being the main trouble about the past session of the leg- cares 81019303.92 according< to TUNE PIANOS
about the carbon
copy. ,Most of the banking department of state RENT
.- islature, and "each wanted to solve the state's problems in his us are willing to take carbon copies comptroller's office which looks
.. own particular way." Ma'yhe'so. If we can't get originals.-Bronson upon the figures as satisfactory in C/lhle-.n'urUtzel'-1\lathushek
._ I Journal. view of the normal decrease each New Studio< Models, $293
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: Marion county senator proposes the abolishment of one A Starke bakery is advertisinga and corresponding increase in the Large stock to select from. A small !'

: of the legislative bodies as a step toward greater legislative five cent loaf of bread. Now it winter deposit sends one home
Is up to some guy to advertise a Loan. ''tind'"discounts
:. accomplishments. The two bodies certainly used the check dropped \VE TUNE PIANOS
five cent cigar made from tobacco. from 133,865,800.77 to 28,187,755.-: 'r'
: : and double-check system on each other this year. -Times-Union. Wouldn't do at 83 In the six monthf'!! period while Write We or phone for our tuner.

o all to popularize that kind of five- cash and due from banks items Increased guarantee Satisfaction

/ : Bread, and not drink, will be promised by the political cent would smoke.the poor What cabbagegrowersand in the world 93822669.from $17,917,209.46. to $17- TilE MILLER CO.

parties next year in the campaign for votes, according to> a rope-makers do for a living?- la the six months period stock- Store-Oalneavlile and Orala I

: former secretary of war. It's better to promise the voters Bronson Journal.To . holders' statutory liability reserve

something they've had a hard time getting under Hoover's Save o Potsnge $159,168.83.fund/ grew from 122683.83 to

administration. On our return from the press Trust and state, county and municipal GAIETYTHEATRE !
__bt 0-- meeting at Kingsley lake last Friday deposits increased while Individual -
night, the lino operator of the savings and
certificate
The for the legislative' session ,
best reason yet given long Starke Telegraph forgot to take deposits decreased. Individual de. :

was stated by1' the Live Oak Democrat in ten words: "Don't his bathing suit out of our car and posits dropped slightly from $24- ALL TALKING

.: tax me, but put it on the other fellow." Two other gentlemen! we brought the thing on to the 382,871.98 to $24,324.503.44: savings STARKE
News office. On receipt of a wire deposits from
: also should bear part of the blame-Messrs. Don't-Cut-My- from him to return it, we packed to $12.667,876,75: : and certificates$13.289,215.16: of ..: :
it la & Thistle snuff box and cyb .,. .
Salary and Don't-Abolish-My-Job.. dispatched deposit from $6tl8,743.B2 to $6,- Friday and Saturday .5't .
I; o post haste.- Jasper News. 415,772.81./ State, county and mu- '
Why.the Thistle brand-Brad- nicipal w
,. About half the time of the legislature was taken up with ford County Telegraph.The $$14,787.10442 deposttp'to Increased, 15176121.37: from; August 7-8 She's Leaving Today

S.. passing local bills, and with one ruling the supreme court has Thistle Is the Scot's national trust deposits from,$1,550,715.89: : to "Santa Fe Trail"
"' ,
: knocked everyone of them into a cocked hat. Local bills must, flower.-Tarpon Springs Leader. 181881049. ..,. , "
--- The reserve, ,,/or,.interest, depreciation With Big. Feature Comedy I for Her Vacation!
t be advertised, and to evade this the habit of passing bills' An Arkansas man died last spring etc., showed a marked increase -

without naming counties, but specifying population, was Where he went after this la..certainly from $773,010.52: : to 11.147-::: c

-t:. started. How such bills will be regarded by the supreme court editor of not the known local for newspaper sure but made the 859.87.Cash. ,increased'", Monday& Tuesday *., When she came ,in ,and drew out'

', : ; Is given i"in the opinion "the sU reme' ourt wilt regard them After reserve from :. throw" '
af guess. a lengthy wrlteup 26.03 per cent .. pt December 31,, AUgllSt1l'honor ) '. s sizeable.sum i to see her
.. as local laws if 'in truth and in fact' they'are special or local bout the man' good qualities I 1930 to 28.8S per,cent as of June 'C, .: \c .. lovely' two-weeks' vacation, sb jj
here on earth he wound up the t 31, 1031. Among Lovers'All r"uI'
: in nature. This ruling renders invalid the only bill intro-, article laughingly told 'us she never
by the
saying man had gde, The -.
figures for both calls .
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exclude n
_ _____ duced by Bradford's representative during the 100-day session to a happier home. Now the widow Items from banks closed dur- -Talking 1 : have made the trip if she I'

_ _ ; that specifying the manner funds received from race has threatened to bring action ing the six month period. Western Electrlo Sound System "saved "
up.
tracks to be in this county. against the paper, and the editor It '" PRICES 15c/ & 40o
________ were spent has backed
___ down and confessed I Stuart Harrison's Riverside
that he really don't know what be- Lunch opened In St.Lucle bunding.c SHOWS-7:30 A 0:00 P. M. q BANK OF STARKErAGm



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