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 21, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1; FIFTY-FOUR STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST :U, 1931 NUMBER TEa\

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>ENTINE ON BIG BUSINESS INCREASE DURING IN Departments Of BRADFORD-HEALTHYThe SMALL COUNTY ANOTHER-FISH- STORY TAX ASSESSOR >


FIRST HALF OF AUG. health report issued City Clerk C A. Futch la

OGGAN WITH -, State Cutting for the state covering the GROUP WOULD responsible for Inflicting this ,SEES POSSIBLE
Business In Bradford county -
,I first six: months of 1931. fish story on the suffering

as indicated by transac- gives Bradford county a good public buV as Lake ,county

tions at the Bank of Starke. rating only one death from told of fellows goingIn
[ showed TheirExpenses .BACK GAS LAW papers TAX REDUCTION
HERJ5LIDERS a big Increase during five major diseases being re- swimming to catch fish

the first fifteen days of Au- ported. The report as Issued there; It Is permissible to tell

Lower OnMarket gust as compared with the by the state board of health, Four how they go in wading in this -
Is
Plane Discussed Before Cpun P
LUne Situation first fifteen days of last year. ,The members of the buget com- follows:,; to Unite section to catch black bass. Amount of Reduction Will Ba

| In History of Deposits coming into the mission which Includes the gover- Malaria ._______.-0 ty Commissioner For Sunday morning the clerk Known Following Next MeetIng

Famous Product bank from August lit to Au- nor and his cabinet have been busy Tuberculosis.0 Fight. and two others "kicked": of Commissioners

gust '15th: both days inclusive working on the buget to bring tlfe Typhoid _ _______1 Plans to across Kingsley Lake to .s
18.
amounted to 194115. expenses within the sources of rev- ______0 Avon Park Aug. tis-iaJr.
I Lake City Reporter.) Diphtheria. ;- unite the small counties In the Black Creek where they disembarked Bradford c bill shouldbe

teat( deal of concern, is felt 00. This was an Increase of enue provided by the legislature. Pellagra . ______0 fight to resist efforts to Invalidatethe and proceeded to reduced approximately 43 mills,

turpentine interests' SpiritsL 55: per cent. over the same Deep cuts are being made in every Bradford county has a pop- 1931 legislature's gas tax allocation wade about In the clear wa according to an unofficial estimate

quoted at 30 3-4c per gal- period of last ;year. department. Approximately four ulation of 9,700.: were discussed before four ters. Going up to the creek of the tax situation by Tax Assessor i

the Savanah market the During the same period million dollars were provided to boards of county commissioners to- mouth they noticed a bans E. W. Hayes this reduction beIng -

figure In thirty-five years. out-of-town checks bandied meet the requirements of the general day and others are to be approached swimming leisurely about based on a reduction in valuar

lear ago She figures stood at I by the bank amounted to revenue fund and the state ad- immediately following a session and decided to chase him (or tlon on county/ property and a low-' +r

2 and at the mme time in $116,023.00 an increase of valorem tax used for this purpose CITY ELECTIONSET of the Highlands county board today her) up the creek. This worked er millage made possible through i
abolished.
2& 1-2 cent the first The only state taxes being -
48 1-4c. per over okeh rod two state
trill\ were firm at when tentative plans were ap- for a or Un- funds for schools and roads k.
levied the
are constitutional
grade rosin; (meaning waIte fifteen days of last year. proved. til the bass decided to go and reducing the amount needed

) Is now quoted at $5.50,! Whatever may be happening school tax tax for ,the live stock IX Graham Copeland. Everglades back to the lake made a dash from the county to make up the. total -'
elsewhere these figures sanitary board tax for the board SEPT. 7THThe '
Tone year ago it was enjoying I r reported the Collier board for the open. tax needed.
of health free school Book
show unmistakably that business tax and I *
d 1 $6.10 115. 1929 trI'81mills. has authorized joining in employ- Ripley says "Believe It or What will be the exact 'saving to
demand conditions Starke and pension, making a total of wf
p flna\ at $ official ballot for the city ing counsel to uphold the present not, and Futch: says the the taxpayers cannot be estimated,.
tell the story wlth- Bradford county are under- on' the Hardee younger member of the party until the r
se figures The amount of to selection, to be held Tuesday. allocation and county board of county commissioners
be derived
revenues -
ay poetry being quoted. Ther going a big improvement. from the Sept., 8th, was\ prepared by the board wired it would Join to the threw himself flat In the wa- meet September 7tb and x
new sources is much
Is of unusual interest local- smaller than the estimates being council at the meeting held Wed extent of contributing $500 towardsthe ter on top of the fighting are mippfod with the amount needed

r more than a dozen turpen- published and which could not nesday night the names of can- cause. bass got a strangle hold on by the school board< and the road, a

ilanU operate In this Immed- have been didates being presented! for the of- DeSoto and Charlotte commissioners the aforesaid fish and emerged bond trustees to pay their expensesor
based
on actual facts.
[iclnlty, as well as a large ros- Starke Team Ties An analysis will show the following fices to be -tilled" hls year. beingas also are ready to join while with Sunday dinner for the coming year. The school

Irrel stave mill all of them follows: Glades. Hendry and Lee county the family. board and the bond trustees will ;

fcy local labor that are deperi- : Mayor-H. C.'':Wall., commissioners are expected to' That's that, and it's up to each receive approximately $50,000''

upon the Industry for their Palatka "Pals" The gas tax will produce $2- Aldermen-(Tw? to be elected0. ) (throw their hats into the ring to- Lake county to make the yearly from the state; me nlng' k,

]al incomes. 200000000. The corporation tax .,W. Aldelmw'Z. F. Colley. C morrow. next move.Leader that the taxpayers will have that

Federal will not exceed 50000000.: It is F, Hoover J. T The smaller counties contend '' If
appeal made to the Quigley much less to dig up for school and1

I board by the Georgia legls- now running less than $20,000.00per Clerk, treasurer and tax collector that the gasoline bought in .Tam- road purposes. w

t has just resulted in a prom- Large Crowd Disappointed When month. The tax on commis- -C. 'A..Futch, S. L. Peek. pa. Jacksonville Miami and other Mr. Hayes' figures show that the 2;"

tthe board that it will survey Weather Stops Game sions Twenty-four will hundred'produce commissionswere 2500000.: Tax assessor-O. A, Knight. larger centers Is burned on high- Of Big County will pay B 1-8 mills less to '

aval! stores situation with these Marshal.-A.'L. Alvarez. ways through all counties and the state, state millage having been ';

of again considering thest issued last year. The Utilitytax therefore should contribute to paying -i reduced from 14 to 4 7-8 mlllav All'
to the asslst- Palatka Aug. 14.-Rain called which includes tax on power, CARLTON URGES for the roads being worn out '
that it come
Bloc To in the cut 20-(
property county was
of the best contests seen here and will County
one
Tof the turpentine farmers. gas telephone produce approximately by heavy trucks and bus traffic ,
percent: in valuatlon'from last assessments 1
Pa- 'COUNTY
when the
this season yesterday $600,000.00. This tax, BOARDS from the wholesale centers.
sedatives of the board are They
latka Pals and Starke battled to a however,'cannot be collected before according to Mr ([ayes,'
Icksonville this week gettinger TO CUT TO contend that most big trucks buy
DONE I and this cut In valuation represents, r
Information to be present- scoreless tie In 8 innings. March 15: 1932. It is estimatedthe all their gas in the big centers because Go Into Court mills '
16
taken
from the tax bill. Ha' i'a
The Pals led in hitting honors chain store tax will produce of a differential and
price
the board, for its final de- has ,
j estimated that the school board
said. taking three hits from Harvey 20000000. This will however Sends Letter to Chairman of Commissions therefore the tax while paid In the <
-
nation local operators
can operate with 10.mills less
while Oliver gave up two. Oliver probably be the subject of litiga- and !School big centers should be credited to all on
i this time the great stocks inlands Distribution
yielded his hits in the 7th and 8th tion and it Is speculative as to what Executive the counties whose roads are being Says Is In Violationof account of the state aid; likewise' g.

[ of the cooperatives hangthe innings ringing up a perfect recbrd amount. If any will be derived worn out by traffic. They contend Constitution the, interest 'and sinking' fund for! to

market sales.depressing The pricesVurUillng to that point;;, Palatka garneredtheir from this source. The documentarytax Governor Carlton Saturday urg- the present allocation Is fair as It roads can stand a 12 mill cut; making r

l are now unable to coopera-finance hits In the 2nd and 5th and will probably produce $500,000per ed every chairman of county school is based on area., mileage and population Jacksonville\ Fla., Aug. 17.- mills.a total cut In millage of 47>

6th innings. 4 year. Taking into account all 'boards and boards of county com ,, giving all counties: jus John E. Mathews, leader of the big to<<
yea, which creates an un- However, on account of the ......
of the above sources of revenue we missioners In the state to their tice.
cut
Oliver had 8 strikeouts to his 'I
nty In the marketing of curt county block In the recent Jeglsla- duct Ion Valuations,' It .1. .likely:!
cannot anticipate more than $4- tax levies to the bone. .
.
credit while Harvey was right on very,
t receipts and threatens as tive millage for
sessions announced today he county purposes will
his heels with 7. In addition Oliver 000,000.00 for the next'year. The I Just beforelea.lng' the capital COLLECTOR MAYNOT r
element the remain- have to be raised two
jibing will file suit tomorrow to mills, and for k
intangible tax will produce around to spend the week-end the chief seeking
it I the present crop year It was gave one free pass. I the same reason the road mainten-
GET SHARE
DeMontmollln Cone and Rogerodid $250,000.00 per year. This law executive sent a letter to the chairmen test the constitutionality of the fund
lattd.f ance will likely need a two'mill A
1 11 of the crop is on hand now the hitting for the locals while however becomes effective Jan- of the two county boards In OF LAND SALES new gas distribution act. Increase. With these two additions -,
uary 1, 1932. and the tax will not everyone of the 67 counties. In his
Winters and Rlckenbaker did the
I must be marketed over the Suit said Mathews will be filed taxpayers will still be relieved '
best for Starke.Q. be realized until the following year. appeal to the county officials the
I eight months unless steps are Technicality Brought ITp On Auctions against Governor Carlton In Leon of nearly one-half of the' t
The Inheritance tax will eventually .
to the increased
Shaw: ; governor pointed
Buck
I. Roberts and
b to county circuit court that amount
reduce The Held
production. co- around Before I.aw asking they have been paying for. ,
produce $2,000,000.00per from state
sums collections of
who scheduled to gas-
Stives are reported to have 65-: were play'withthe 1'WM4't1. the governor and other state officials taxes.
Pals failed to Both lads yeaf. Since the estates, however oline taxes and motor vehicle\ :
wrels of hand appear. be restrained from puttingthe No statement has been
turpentine on ( made by-
drafted DeLand and will have five years in which to censes which will be returned to
2t5OOO barrels of rosin. The were by County tax collectors who held new distribution Into effect. school board officials as to what I,
pay such tax we canot count on the counties, and which the
with them. In
finish out the gov-
ptors say that If. through cash season tax sales on the first Monday In The act distributes six cents of amount they propose to cut from
from this for
their debut Sanford any revenues source ernor said yesterday ought to enable -
yester-
against
ices of the government this August are in doubt as to whetheror the present seven cents gasoline the county taxpayers on accountof
t day when DeLand won 7 to 1, Rob- the first year. every county in the state to not levy. It provides that three cents the funds
stock could be removed from they will be entitled to collect to come from the
erts got two hits out of three trips The inheritance tax is one of the greatly reduce Its tax levy.
to the state road state but
[possibility of sale until theM five per cent commission on go departmentand It Is understood a reduc- r
while Buck got two out of two. most constructive measures of the I The governor said he saw no rea-
three cents to counties Lion
Improved, a stimulus would sales of lands that reverted to the pro- will be made, although prob-
Both figured In a triple[ play when legislature. It will eventually bringto son why taxes should not be reduced -
pen prices. state. portionately on the) basis of area, ably not the ten mills the tax as-'
Roberts made the play to Robersonat the state around 2000000.00 in every county, and that
I Savannah is stored some 19- Senate bill number HXX pro- population and money spent In con- sensor says can be cut from school
third to Buck on second to McCormick per year without Imposing a dollars this was highly desirable In orderto vides for five struction of state roads. funds. The
prrels which are said to have a per cent: commission road trustees are faced
extend relief to
the
Hone a continuous leakage on first. additional tax upon the tax- taxpayers on such sales. But the \bill Mathews said the distribution[ )vith the necessity of making the
in line with economies
It keeps In our state the and reduced
1 the months. This Is to bed The box score follows: payers. was allowed to become a law with- wan unconstitutional since It took heaviest payment on the road mdebtednesa -.
expenditures enforced
In steel storage tanks, ash Starke AB R H PO A E inheritance tax which has heretofore by tho legislature and upon state out Governor Carlton's approval, funds raised In big counties. and next year yet made or
to the federal the
as Winters, 3b 401000 gone govern- through and remained on his desk 10 days distributed them to again to be made, and
space can be secured a ment. While the benefits to be derived executive branch of the, state gov, counties of just how
I report says. Rich ss 300100 ernment. after adjournment of the second smaller population. Counties that far the additional state aid will go

|Importance of (he withdrawthe Wall 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0 from this measure based upon extra session and was not filet I'would lose under the new plan toward making this payment Is not

co-operative stocks would I Moore, If 3 0 0 I 0 0 constitutional amendment proposed with the secretary of state until Mathews said I. are Duval Hlllnbor- .known.
two will not to TEAK GAS TENS!
push a great deal an opera- Parks c 300810 years ago come AREONCEALE three days after many tax .collectors ough Plnellas, Escambla, Volusla, And added to all this, there faces

uted. First and very Import- Rlckenbaker lb 3 0 1 6 0 1 this.administration it will help relieve ( ), UEAI'ONH had conducted their tax Flrevard Palm Reach, Polk St. the boards the certainty of an Increase -

ow,i It would assure the conUon Martin cf 2 0 0 1 1 0 the burden of taxes when the sales. on the first Monday in Au- Johns and Sarasota. In taxes If the present dJs-
proceeds do come. Attorney Ciencrul] Landln\ (Hand
i of the present crop; It Redgrave rf 200000 gust. The technical legal questionwill Mathews contended that,, the 12 tribution of gas funds Is success. ?
Cuts have been made In states Down
|2 establish a somewhat highM Harvey, p 300200 Opinion probably be put up to Attorney. big counties for which he Is suing fully attacked in the courts, thlmovement'
basis aJonea, rf 100000 activities from ten to twenty per General Landis for a ruling. will Into the state the having been started
; would permit pay through by
proto Total 28 0 2 21 3 1 cent. If the counties which have Tear gas pens are concealed Heretofore tax collectors have three cents tax divided[ Represenatlve Mathews of Ouval '.'
pay ft living to among
wage much larger opportunities for re and carrying them in
weapons
"elp; leave received no compensation for such counties tho sum of $10,056,000 county, leader of the In the +
the co-operative Pals AB R H PO A E ductions would make similar cuts Florida is unlawful, according to or group M
a to be service. two-thirda of the entire amount \louse which fought the division
marketed in 1932 and Chatham ss 300210
the burden would
taxpayers be an opinion given by Attorney Gen- .
a serve as a regulator of Buck c 3 0 0 10 0 0 greatly relieved.It . eral Cary I). Landls. The opinionwas ONE HURT AS FOURiEAVE ,back paid by all counties, and. would get bill so. bitterly during the past session. k kREMAINS
during 2059000.:
the coming twelve Solano cf 300100 given in response to a request :
should be borne In mind that NARROW EHOAI'KIN He contended such -
300030 a distributionwas

turpentine farmers point Oliver Montmollin p ) If 3 0 1 1 0 0 the bulk of the revenues providedby from The a penalty Tampa man.for carrying concealed MOTOR ACCIDENT contrary to law, pointing.out OF.NEOKO FOUND
the have to the -
that legislature gbne
they are In Pounds 3b 2 0 0 3 4 0 that he filed similar suit on the
a need quite relief of the counties making it weapons Is Imprisonment or Jacksonville. Aug. 18. -- One Turpentine negroes
JTas
as the distribution plan of the 1029 working In
201600
wheat Ib
farmers and Rogero a fine of from $100 to $500.:
maintain' their needs Smith 2b 200003 possible for the counties to meet I man was painfully but not seriously legislature when certain distribu- Banta Fe swamp near Theressa
led could be their obligations for schools for -- -- injured. in an automobile acci tion features Wednesday came across the
with were held unconstitutional bonesof
a great deal Cone rf 2 0 1 1 0 0 111&WYNN
less mono debts and at the same time reduce dent just east of Hart Haven on a human
fact I and large of being scattered oto the
they claim Total 23 0 3 24 8 3 sums money
and a total of the general property tax. $6,700-I the Lake City road about 6 o'clock ground, together
with
a half million dollars is (a-Batted for Redgrave In 7th. Mary A. Wynn 74, passed away' returned to the big counties.Under . a pair of
tax la yesterday afternoon in which
OOO.OO four
l'ey wOuld be required at this Summary: Bases on balls, off Oliver per year gas being at the home of her brother Mr, J.: the present plan, said Mathews shoes overalls and hat They reported -,
sent back to the counties for debts persons narrowly escaped
w possible
their
I see Oliver 8 Duval would in as her find and sheriff Epper-
them through li; struck out. by by W. Andrews Sr., Saturday morn- death serious pay
of local road construction and or Injury.
|e attitude of the Farm Board Harvey 7: stolen bases. Winter. maintenance. If these monies were Ing August 15th, at B o'clock following John Underhill of Starke is In share of the three cents for division lon the scene.and Deputy Balsden went>to

the present Montmollin sacrifice hit!!. Rich; a short Illness. $712,000 annually and would
d survey is com- raised by general levy it would be St. Luke's Hospital with a badly The shoes and hat
back
will get $350,000.Hillsborough were
Um- recogniz
be Starke 6.
Pals 2 Mrs. born'at t
Whltesvllle
watched left on bases Wynn was -
est with great equivalent to at least fifteen mill, bruised left hip and minor cuts. \ ed by wife of
In M. Marvick.MR. he continued Raymond Davis, a
this Lanier. Scorer F, near Mlddleburg Nov. 20
section ,
pire,
as It Is a one mill producing $.00,000.00. $7500,000.00 ,- His wife received a bruised hip but negro who
concern would In $687,000 and would disappeared some two
of the 1856.: She spent most of her life did not need pay
l rs community opoand is being sent back for medical attention I receive In the division $363,000. months ago and had not been

merchant agree. AND MRS. J. E. ROBINSON operation of the schools. If In Bradford. county and In Jacksonville while C. A. Johns and Romle Varns I while Plnellas would give $354,000: heard from since. No evidence

tn(. this amount was raised by general] Herkind and quiet manner also of Starke, escaped Injury. and get back $153,000. could be found to show he had met 4,
U; OF were held at wQn her many friends whereever According to M. II.
ENTRANCEIIXTIONS. Funeral services It would Gurganlous
levy require nearly twenty violent
death
'\:\ : she chanced to be "and will be Mathews said he would have as and it is thought be
AUG. 27-29 the Crosby cemetery last Thursday milla. Without this relief bond defaults and A. M. Stevens, Duval county associate was taken sick while in t' '
attorneys
Mr.J. greatly missed by all. She wa Representative working
afternoon at 5:30: o'clock for would be multiplied In the road patrolmen. Underhill was the
: S. P. [ swamp and died before he
Roblneau Miami, also could
ursday the mother of nine children..Surviving a
11 morning: Eng. III A. E. Robinson and wife who were state to a hopeless degree. The I driving west on the road and passed big county block leader make his way outside. 1
A her ; Hugh
Alg. II B, Hist 8, EIlg seriously Injured In an automo- schools in the majority of the counties are: Two daughters, a car driven by Aleck Plum- .
,
Taylor Quincy W. ]M.
Mrs. M. J. of ; Madison
Alachua and
Typewriting Baldwin Aug. 11th. 'time Eddy mer of Marietta. He
AII' I B. bile wreck near would operate for part was said to J. W, Blalock CE31ETEUYOUKISU
url! l Mrs. J. B. of and J. Henry Blount.
< Jacksonville
P. 101. killed Instantly Chancey ; have cut in too
tty : Physics Eng. Mr. Robinson was only and the general property tax sharply striking
The suit[ will -
two Mr.V.. .be brought In his
R.
fl. lUst. VII Eng. VIII and Mrs. Robinson passed away would ba much higher. If the sons Wynn Starke, Hummer's car and turning over There will be
: own a working at ,
set I B and Mr. J. D. Wynn of Jacksonville three times.Underbill's. name as a private citizen, Kings-
Alg. I A. Aug. 12th. counties do not show a reduction in Mathews ley Lake cemetery 27
said.
August and
"'day A. 101.: HUt- III A. Geom. Dr. O. P. Raymond and Rev. W. taxes because of accumulated two sisters, Mrs L. B. Pow- I car was almost completely 28. Also Union of New River
ecience ell of Alachua and Mrs. W, D. Powell Bap-
VIII the funeral ser demolished while the
En g. I A. F. Jones conducted floating indebtedness current expenses only list Association will convene

.day. P lot: Science I A, Eng. vices. D. C. Jones Company was or other reasons, just ImagIne of Jacksonville; one brother, damage to Plummer's machine wasa LAIRD HOME IIUKNS! AT LAKE Saturday and Sunday 20 and 30.on
Latin Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr. of Starke r
,
-
I. arrangements.The ripped fender.FEUTIIJZEU.
Science II A. Eng. In charge of funeral how much the tax: would be Everybody welcome.

Shorthand, Science vII pallbearers were: Mr. G. W. without these new sources of reve- nine grandchildren and three great The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. J. L. ,Sllcox. clerk..

1IIr; A. !ol.: Science I B. Alderman. Mr. L. G. Powell, Mr. E. nue helping to carry the county grandchildren. I CONSUMPTION Laird on the north side of Kingsley IF.r

}list u B' Physiology S. Matthews. Mr. W. J. Epperson burden. The pallbearers were: Mr. J. M. Lake burned early MondaymornIng CEMETEHVVOKK1NG

keeping, Mr.. J. F. ,Klckliter andMr., L. A. Alvarez Mr. C. A. Knight,. Col. A. Bradford county used'only 79 together with all furnishings. --
Iurday S. Crews Mr. E. 8, Matthews Mr. tons of fertilizer +
during the monthof
PM. Mr. Laird had risen ,
: Hillt. IV Davis. early to go There will be
B. a
A, Ang.H STARKE GROVE TO MEET cemetery workIng -
T. N. Kendrick and Mr. E.
J. Cor-
Aig' II A Science B. e July as compared with 108 tons fishing and had left the kitchen at Mt. Sinai on August 27th.

Ung, Math. VIIL Births[ enlng. during June. For the state, total stove burning after making coffee I AU come and help. 1
nday Padgett. Regular meeting of Starke Interment was made In Crosby were 7,542 tons for July and 16- for himself A
L HIM. IV and Mr*. Preston little later Mr. I
Mr. O. W.
}fl t.I A. EBg. August 13th. Grove No. 278, Woodmen Circle, cemetery with Rev W. F. Jones' of 323 tons for June according to the Laird was awakened by the flames I Dyal.

)Qt.h.'II..' g. vm A, Hist Highland:Mr. and son Mrs., Guy C. Edwards. will be held at the W. O. W. Hall the First Methodist church officialJig. report Issued monthly by the", Inspection and was forced to leave the burn- 'Fort Myers -,S Lee County Furniture -

I Pupils! Tuesday night, August 25th. 8 Funeral arrangements were bureau department of
should come daughter. August 17th. ag- Ing house without saving any per- Co., purchased Ira W. Sapp

d 14 outlln of work: on prepared which. Starke.Mrs. Lorene) Starling, Starke o'clock. All members Invited to in charge of DeWItt C. Jones company -' riculture. Sales of less than one' sonal belongings. A small amountof Inn, combined stores to locate In

expect to be examined. Ion August ISUi. attend. ton not included. Insurance was carried. building on Hendry street.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDY,
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of their state Mr. Roy Reynolds attended a if the mulch
1:30 Devotional, H. other kinds have been found upon same to the attention Is a legutn--'
: m. Brp.
s : -'; ,'" "" '-7,!:;._ "'... M. Murrhee.p. them. Over a hundred; engorgedticks game commissions referred, so that to and the studIed con- City baseball Saturday.game and picnic In, Lake water tlvatlon holding capacity,'I 1 0
n
,s." to in dition can be costs '
Who Is
+ ...'C 1f-8 d 1:45: p. m. spoken have been found on several Miss Pearl Johnson returned to more and a
. specialists.
competent nearly
mh -.... Hebrew 10-26 Elder G. E. by after approach!
In
:' : Hodges. occasions In late summer, attachedto The plowing, or occasional burning ing her the position weekend Rising with her parents.She spend. greatest Fire he considered Obey

11\\." 2:15: p. m. Is the doctoring of the head of a single half-grown over of the bulk of the south- home disadvantages_
accompanied
was by
"Tithing" taught in theNew Testament quail. Sometimes their bites cause eaate>n quail range, probably plall\ed that this Was
word is feet and light unto pith.-Pialn 119105.: of attachment of quail Misses Ellen and Gertie Johnson, vented by easu,
Tty a lamp onto my a my ?-Bro. Joe Haddock. swelling around the point greatly lessens the danger leaving
'' Inflammation Thelma Wynn and Fred Johnson In the field unI11UlChed r,
2:45: m. Placing the next ; more frequently no becoming Infected with parasitesand and
,I % All religious teaching, doctrine or p. The same Is both effective Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Starling and guard around haVing i
m(1rlt1nr( nnf 1r rur Fifth Sunday Meeting. is noted. diseases, for are the tleld
-, .- creed if they are to have any claim be family, also Willis Broughton,left main "*
Pll }c ytl tpon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with 7:30: p. m. Devotional-Bro. Ed true of "chiggers" which may notice- sterilizing agencies. Poultry ma Wednesday for Plant City. but disadvantage 111 wOOd*
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into I every fold and creviceof Swearingen. found attached without any nure, as previously mentioned damages from them
Norman
+ the human heart and of whom it was said in John. 7:43, "NEVER MAN 8:00: p. m. Preaching, Elder'C. able swelling, or'agaln In numberson should never be used for fertilizer Misses Mattie spent the prevented by leaving a L gq!
BPAKB LIKE THIS I MAN." H. Richardson. the outer edges of a craterlikesore over lands where quail are desiredIn week-end with her parents In Van- ing around the trunk of SS> ?

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to UB' 'I this de Sunday spot, usually on' the bare skin abundance due to the danger of derbllt. She was accompaniedhome Most any of 'our \
; Pastors little Miss Alta Smith.
'; of church activities, organizations and announce- 10:00 a. m. Short talks on the between the feather tracts of the Infecting the game birds with dan- by grasses, or such material
for news ;
', 1 mentH.nartmrnt Space freely "given" and no charge made-the only requirement value of Sunday school-Bro. E. L. bird's lower parts. Although we gerous poultry diseases and parasites Rev. M. L. Taylor of Hampton used for a mulch i.f> r

t r'' being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning, Boyette.( must consider both ticks and "chlg and poultry should be con- filled his regular appointment here experience has been thauLl

I + r Vn otherwise they cannot" handled for current. '""Ue. 10:30: a. m. Ladies Aid Report- gers" aa potentially dangerous enemies fined as far as practicable for the Sunday at the Baptist church. A the heavier! materials' will C

4 --- Sister Shell.! of growing quail during the game! reason. These are all meas.ures good attendance was reported. er and be more effective, I

us, who believed on the Lord Jesus 11:00 a. m Preaching-Mission summer months, at times, and under that can be applied by the or- .

: 1' SUNDAY SCHOOL I Christ; whit Wall I, that I could ary Sermon-Elder Robert Ingle certain conditions, we do not hinary farmer or landowner who GROVE MANAGER Serve small enough miiT.

j LESSON withstand God 12:00: Noon. Offering. Dismissal know of quail being actually killed 1s trying to Increase quail on his food to the child 80 that be
I
L ) I When they beard these things for dinner. I by them. holdings by Improving food supply SEES ADVANTAGES finish the whole amount

I( ; they held their peace, and glorified I Dinner will be served all three, Quail delight to wallow In the and cover, controlling natural enemies MULCHING CITRUS

l i God, Baying Then hath God also i days. soft dry dirt of field borders or and so forth and U properly
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23 1931 Key
t t } FOR AUGUST to the Gentiles granted repentanceunto Committee: J. L. Underhill, 11. around old burned logs and stumps, I I attended to he should have no cause Gainesville, Fla. The advantages West-Waldo ,
4'y i il grocery store corner7
at
a, 4i : Gospel for All men. life." M. McRae, W. M. Oliver. presumably to relieve themselvesof i to worry about quail diseases and of mulching citrus trees overshadow .nd Ashe streets.
l ; Subject: The great truth in the lesson was lice and perhaps other externam p@rasitea A knowledge of the life the disadvantages ten to

4f i Golden Text: "There Is no difference spoken by Peter (Acts 10:34-33): ) parasites, and the birds will occasionally history of dangerous parasites and Albert of
DeVane
PARASITES OF one, manager
and the QUAIL
between the Jew perceive that God Is no respector pick, ticks from the how to combat them Is, however, the Lake Placid Land Company
+, 1 Greek; for the same Lord over allIs But In nation he companions.
of persons: every heads of their covey vitally necessary to those attempt- .
rich unto all that call upon him." that feareth him, and worketh :' In the,preceding articles of this I Quail are also subject to Infection Ing to artlflcally propogate these here groves, stated In Farmers'a radio address Week. /1"''P'a !' ,-

V v Rom. 10:12.: righteousness is accepted with series we have discussed the lossesof from many Intestinal parasitessuch game birds In large numbers. during his .....,,,7.1'r..iP". 'I
Speaking from own experience, ,'
11518. : '
; 4 Lesson Text: Acts : him." quail caused by bird, mammal, as tapeworms and roundworms ,,5 ( I"
\ ; .
9 of Lesson A. D. as well as that of other leading t-;. tp ..
; 1 Time and Places : few of which can be 'I. "I
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and a .
reptile miscellaneous enemies, only he that mulch- ,, ,t\
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explained
Jerusalem. growers, ll
j 40; Joppa, Caesarea, and by the elements; in this we even mentioned here. While some : ... ;
Introduction: Peter was a Jew MEEKLY 8EKMONETTE will discuss internal and external kinds appear practically harmlessto GRAHAM Ing is proving a profitable practice .' J J-J7':2.:: ; ti : l..m'
. '
toward all In the ridge section. ;- ,
). with the Jewish view trouble '
parasites that' live at the them, others cause much -<< "
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expenseof
Gentiles. Cornelius was an officer God's Law of Increase artlflcally Miss Onto Mae Smith, Cor. During ttte recent unusually dry :- .:JQii
v these game birds, and either en- where quail are being t
'' fi { I r .1 In the Roman army. A Centurlanwas Luke 6:38.: Jesus said: Give, andIt danger or annoy them. propagated, and may at times spring and early,,summer, Mr. De-

a captain, or officer, over a shall be given unto you; good Anyone having the opportunityto cause some loss In the wild.. Mostof Miss Leola Fogg of Brooker, wase. Vane says, groves or parts of How Progress

century, a company of 100 Roman measure, pressed down, and shaken examine closely large numbers the more harmful Intestinal. visitor at the home of her par groves that have been mulched are is

wl soldiers. A short time before this together, and running over, shall of Southeastern quail, either aliveor parasites of quail are acquired thru ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chesley, Fogg holding up much better, and a better Mad )]Passl

1 t lesson there was at Joppa disciple men give Into your bosom. For dead, during the'wlnter months I contact with Infected poultry over the week-end. flush of summer growth Is quite Look. down lli. ran>.mu of nwmni i
y'' named Tabitha, or Dorcas, who had with the same measure that ye to the i Misses Delma Surrency, Eunice noticeable. A large number of may mrritl rllyi a6nre orerhe. >> .nnn>lj,
4 when they can be legally hunted, which may be a real menace InJuilrlol pl..,.| 0.......> ,h.ulu.Jcomforublo
; I; done many good deeds toward the mete withal it shall be measured to will probably be impressed with game birds In thickly settled country 'and Susie Surrency of Tampa, are growers in Highlands county have .. homr.of ,}b., ruiloiTj,

t G i T L needy. She became sick and died. you again. their uniformly fine condition and where poultry run at large or visiting their parents, and grandparents visited many of the mulched groves male ill end,hl. |H-lblc. and u. |he| hd l
pro rrM
.,
: f The apostle Peter healed a man Prayer What shall I' render apparent freedom from diseases or where the quail habitually venture here for a few days. with County Agent Louis H. Als- ,.T 1M.r......p.-'y.-.MIU..jy.irmInawfJ| / ,

11 r named Aeneas at Lydda (a town unto the Lord for all His benefits harmful parasites; hundreds Into dooryards after mulberries or Mr; Jimmie Reynolds and mother meyer. It semed easy for them to red woiuxnlr ...,.,. il h, _4.. ..

;.1 : ;; betwen Joppa and Jerusalem) "and unto me? I will take the cup of be may food. For instance of five Mrs. Etta Reynolds, were business see the' better condition of the *_,-INSlK\NLEI: \ou,...Wfc
I examined at times without a other m, rmlu .,....rl i.u... ......
all that dwelt at Lydda saw him talvation and pay my vows unto single defective Individual being kinds of tapeworms known to Infest visitors in Starke Saturday.Mrs. trees. ........a.... Y.ur 10.,1_

i ? (Aeneas), and turned to the Lord" I the Lord. bund. But it must be rememberedthat quail of the southeast, four J. A. Graves Is spending a Among the advantages of mulchIng .arm, Brighhorm.' ..wt,...TtoZlrll I 1

: When Dorcas died her friends sent harmful parasitism is more are common parasites .of chickens, few weeks In the south. She will Mr. DeVane listed: Conservation Ihs r Mcwllr] M ..D. Tar n&,

( to Lydda for Peter, and he went DULY BIBLE HEADINGS to be expected during the warmer and are found*in the gameOsirds visit Wlndemere, Lake Wales, of moisture, added organic HAROLD C. WA

with them to Joppa. When he came months when the ground vegetation only on lands where they come in Tampa and other points. matter, cooler Boll condition that Is

to the house where Dorcas lay dead August 21 : effectively conceals .the game contact with infected poultry; one Mrs. Frank Abernathy and more favorable to the trees as well I INSURANCESTARKE

,; he "kneeled down and prayed, and Righteousness Brings Peace birds aa'well as any minor losses only being found In quail from un- grandson Mack, have returned as giving a better medium for the

turning him to the body said Tabl The work of righteousness shall be among them. settled regions. Three of the four from a two week's visit in Day- growth of soil organisms, added I FLORIDA\ I

tha, arise. And she opened her petace; and the effect of righteous. Quail normally harbor several I chicken tapeworms cause serious tona. minerals and particularly nitrogen

eyes; and when she saw Peter, she ness, quietness and assurance 'for kinds of lice which usually occur losses at times where quail are be.

sat up." And he presented her ever. And my people shall dwellIn In small numbers only, and which ing artlfically reared with bantam .
alive to the Saints. And Peter .." / ,
.
a peaceable habitation and In '
the birds foster mothers. '
apparently cause no t')
"tarried many days In Joppa with sure dwellings, and in '" ..,.. ,',\ 0
quiet resting harm, though possibly some an None of the dozen or more species 8 .- "t. '
one Simon, a tanner." A tanner's places. Isaiah 33 17 ]8. found In south lO 'f
: , noyance. Occasionally a weak bird of roundworms ? OlJr )
business! was to tan the hides of % C- -, \\ \
\t\l, t"t"I'th
August 22 will be found fairly swarming with eastern quail are known to be serious \ \\ /
animals and make leather of them. The Lord in Good Serve the lice, but these have probably increased enemies of the wild birds, although ,or"l\ \ "v, % , ''Q'' c. )
Such a business was to the Jews J.ord with Wffgg fgnLMfUHft f &mntttiBiBMK&3B nmfBm4mNMi 1 m4 EZBfi tUf. BSJ i M M
gladness: come before due to a lack of bodily vigor some cause losses locally '
"unclean because it, required contact his presence with singing For the which made it Impossible for the under exceptional conditions. One

r with dead bodies." Lord is good; his mercy Is everlasting bird to successfully combat them, minute harllke roundworm difficultto Lets cut through this welter 0fimv

Caesarea was built by Herod the ; and his truth endureth to all and they may be In no way responsible even see the naked eye (knownto

i? Great on the shore of the Mediter- generations. Psalm 100: 2, 5. for the condition of their host. science as Trichostrongylus -,
renean Sea, thirty miles north of August 23 An has been found In \ o\\. \ \ ffS> '
occasional quail Is also found pergracllls), (( ? \) g '
v' Joppa. The Lord*ia Near The LordIs infested with extremely small, darl nearly half of the wild quail examined \\l\t\ \\\ 4t. \ (1
\ttvTe ,'
Acts \ >
10: 38-40 tells of \ .
Phillip \ cii'ss
1 the
night unto them that are of a colored mites which normally remain by the writer from \, \,\ f'
,a e baptizing; the Eunuch and says "the broken heart; and( saveth such as upon their host, differing In southeast. This parasite must be
4 i
Spirit .of. the Lord caught away be of a contrite spirit.-Psalm 34: this respect from the well known considered potentially dangerous, "

Philip and passing through he 18. chicken mite, which hides about for the same species when very (

i + preached to Caesarea.in all the" cities, till became August 24 the roosting spot by day but visits numerous' Is responsible for the WHEN you set, out to buy' tires, This fact'expressed year after year 1

The Affliction of the Godly the sleeping fowl by night to feed. "grouse disease" which at times

heard It IB probable that Cornelius Many are the aftllcatlons of the Mites presumed to have been of the ravishes the grouse moors of the. you really want the most Goodyear's great leadership is con

Philip preach and tell of righteousness: but the Lord deliv- above species have been reportedto British Isles.Malaria .
Jesus. ereth him In miles and the utmost in safety at the cretely told in the findings of ;
out of them all.-Psalm cause the death of quail in one has been detected again
i The tenth chapter of Acts tells 34: 19. Alabama locality during mature quail In spring, but studies
long con-
j of Cornelius .. .. lowest possible price
"A devout impartial made by
mad, August 25 tinued wet weather, but we haveno have not progressed far enough to investigation
;;1, c and one that feared Cod with all A Safe Retreat Be thou may definite knowledge of this. make clear how prevalent It Is, or

,, } his house, which gave much alms strong habitation whereunto I may Among external parasites the whether It Is In any way comparable -i That being your objective, which tire unbiased dependable institution i tha

to the.people, and prayed to God continually resort; thou hast given most serious In their effect on the in its effects to human ma I, '

always." "He saw In. a vision .. commandment to save me; for thou quail are undoubtedly ticks and laria. Quail are also subject to should you buy? asked 205,000 car.owners this simp
an angel of Cod *
Cornelius. .. .. saying. .. art my rock and my fortress. "red bugs", or "chiggers", both two other diseases caused by Pro .question
And he said Psalm 71: 3. of which are frequentily found on tozoan parasites, Coccldlosis and If the experience of 20,000,000 motorists :
What Is It
Lord.
And *
he said August 26 these: game birds, and which cause; blackhead, but these will be discussed

Thy prayers and thine alms arecam'8 The Reward Verily, there is them much annoyance if not worse later In the article devotedto means anything, you should
(
up for a memorial before a reward for the righteousness: (they may transmit such diseasesas quail diseases. QUESTION: "Re rdless of prilt

God. And now send to Joppa and verily, he is a God that Judgeth in tularemia, as will be later pointed Sportsmen and others InterestedIn certainly buy Goodyears.
call for convenience what make of m
one Simon whose surname the earth. Psalm 58 11. out.) The ticks found on quailare 'quail should be ever on the alertto etc.,

Is f tteu; ;Peter oughtest* he to shall do."tell thee what Winning An August Enemy:27 If thine commonly usually known the immature as "seed ticks"stages, parasitic detect) Infections any serious affecting diseases their or I But if you try to puzzle through the 'do you consider the BEST tire maJt?

They found! Peter, who went with enemy be hungry, give him bread' or the rabbit tick, although several favorite game birds, and bring the I: of statistics thick-
welter
them and preached to Cornelius to eat; and If he be thirsty, give I : on

t and his friends, who were converted him water to drink.- Proverbs 25: and diameters HOW CAR OWN I. VOIID' ON THI QUIITION/
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; and received the Holy Spirit, Z1: nesses, weights, "
"WHAT ?
MORE AND BETTER STRAWBERRIES TIRE IS BEST
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r The strict Jaws members of ..... ..., ..,
lose the main .t.. m National Tin Sany l"19)0*y. ...If.* l a d trgomuUMiThere's
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the church of Jerusalem! heard SAXTON" you
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t; k of this visit of Peter to Cornelius GOODYEAUG.'I
issue and are as much at sea I ''I
il. ,;. -and were Indignant, saying "Thou Regular preaching cervices every Stim-U-Seed .. I"I
}, wentest in to men uncircumcised, first and third Sunday of eacn C 11.3 "

and didst eat with them. But Pet month. Rev. W. B. Christy of Law 'as ever. b 7.0 I II
er rehearsed the r ..1'l i I I oj
matter saying, tey Methodist church In charge. A e .0 ? ,
"then follows the printed lesson cordial Invitation extended the pub A SEED AND PLANT ELIXIR The. one and only reliable e 3.7 -


for"I today was: In the City of Joppa, lic. tf Does ill the Name Implies. guide for you to follow is. "- 0 H 2.7 3.7 -e'S. =

praying; and In a trance I saw a PROGRAM /
I 2.4
f vision, aa It had been a great A chemical composition for a seed and transplant treatment the seasoned.preference of .. I'" _r.w."""_, _...w
sheet, let down from Heaven by The Fifth Sunday Union meet which combines In one process the two factors of parasite prevention ? _, __"

four corners; and It came even to ing of the Duval Association, convening and continuous growth and production development. the public.'And .. Ie 1.2 -.. -
me: with the Pine Level Baptist Averts Damping Off and Other Fungus Diseases. L.9
This the seed with insoluble chemicals and starts
coats
) process ALL OTNaae 10..
I considered, and saw fourfoote Church August 28th, 29th, and 30.
the
f physiological reactions which act vigorously' throughout
that preference is overwhelmingly NO CHOICI 4.4
beasts of the earth, and wild Friday growth of the vegetable or plant treated
ea beasts, and creeping things, and 10 a. m. Welcoming address by FOR SEEDSTUBERSTRANSPLANTS.A TOTAL 10000

ii fowls of the air pastor Eld. W E. Hall. new Idea In crop production, and the only product of Its kindon : for Goodyear..

And I beard a voice saying unto 10:15: a. m Devotional, Bro. C this or any other market.
'
c me Arise, Peter, slay and eat. P. Johnson. MANUFACTURED BY the only buying guide that means anything to you caxcOOOBYBAR

J! But I said Not so, Lord; for 10.45: a. m. Singing by choir

nothing common or unclean hath 11:00 a.' m. Introductory' sermon STIMUPLANT LABORATORIES, Inc

ii at any time entered Into my mouth.- Elder G. E. Hodges. Green Cove Springs, Florida AI.I.-WBAT11BB
But the voice answered me 12:00.: Noon. Dinner.

l sr t again from heaven What God hath 1:30: p. m. Devotional Bro. W. l!!! The last whisper in style, m'A<*&<<
cleansed: that call not thou com W. Brown. Starke, Florida July 22, 1931. 5
;( mon. 1:45: p. m. 'Permanent organization Carl R. Schultz Agent ... value I x

And this was done three times: and seating of messengers. Green Cove Springs Florida. With quality priced 50
Goodyear
and all were drawn up again into 2:00: p. m. Query. What can we My dear Mr.: Schultz: 473.19 ale. of(the
lilt heaven. do to create a better interest In our My experiments with your "Stlm-U-Seed" since last Novem- l low, why not avail yourself
1 ber have not been on a very extensive scale as I wanted first to and the good
M And, behold Immediately there church work?-Elder H. L. Dur long mileage, safety
make sure that you really had what you claimed. eat
were three men already come unto den. I root-treated strawberry plants before planting and others looks that have made Goody

the house where I was, sent from 2:30: p. m. Query. What la the 'that had been planted I sprayed as directed. There was a big, Other sizes in proportion reputation?

t Carsarea unto me. Scriptural way of supporting the difference between these plants and those not treated. I got

+ And the Spirit bade me go with Mission Work?-Elder A. B. many more and larger berries with a much Improved color. It

them, nothing doubting. Moreover Chance. was Impossible for me to keep an accurate record of the yield

these six brothren accompanied. me 7:30: p. m. Devotional, Bro. M. as the treated rows were scattered all over.
into the man's house. M. Smith. The result of treating Irish potatoes with "Stu n-U-Seed" was
remarkable. I got about 40 cent more from the treated ones
And he shewed us how he had 8:00: p. m. Preaching; Elder A. per 'TfteJUEW \
but the main difference was that those not treated were shy on
!}' y' ! seen an angel In his house, which B. Chance. No. 1's but plenty of No. 2's and 3's, while the treated were almost
i, stood and said unto him. Send men Saturday ''
all No. 1's, very uniform and with a fine skin.
i, 'd jj I. to Joppa, and call for Simon, whose 10:00: a, m. Devotional-Bro. J. You may send anybody that wants toknow, more to me.

? t 1 surname Is Peter: L. Underhill. Yours truly REGISTER 'MOTOR COMPANY

Who shall tell thee words, whereby 10:30: a.,m. Query. Why can (Signed) F. F. FLUME.
t
thou and all thy house shall) be not the Duval' Association put a (

f saved. Missionary on the field, and support For Sale By

And as I began to speak the him T-Elder C. H. Richardson. BROWNLEE BROS. CAMERON SEED STORE Starke, Florida-

Holy Ghost fell on them, as on_ sat .
the beginning. 11:00: a. m. Preaching, Elder H.it Starke Florida Jacksonville Fla.
Forasmuch then aa God Durden. R. R. TIIEDE, Lawtey: MORE .
_ _ gave PEOPLE R.E' ON KNPL'A.GE
_4, them the like gift aa he did. unto 1200.: Noon. Dinner.. C-OWEAR: rRE( VHAN' Qr4 AN OTHER-




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> ,AI'dUST 2J. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STA'''''':. FLORIDA PAGE THREW
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,home, 512 Lytle avenue followingan Palm Beach contract for the new cream, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla, 1-2 -
operation on his right foot from $100.000 J. B. Reed home at Jupi-I cup sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls sugar, 1 # >->>?, r,
Florida in Short Paragraphs which a portion of cat-fish fin .*,. .
News of was' ter Island has been let to Jackie cup persimmon pulp, Fuyu prefer- *" Jf y
re roved, yesterday Min o > ;,>v .1 il I v
morning. Yates, contractor This promisesto ,
P
ably.Bake to
ton was fishing early Saturday be one of the most modern a sponge cake, preferably
morning In a boat at Oak Hill! homes oa the island although oth- angel Sponge cake, in two cake
when he landed a large channel ers are planned. Among them Is shell pans.
LIVE STATE NEWS cat-fish. While he was atempting; the new winter home for Charles Whip one-half pint of cream, add
Jto knock the catfish off the hook,; Francis Coe, well known author the one-half cup of sugar slowely.
the fish Imbedded the fin In the top I and writer, whose home will cost Beat In the pulp of the thoroughly
pf his foot. He was treated at Oak' nearly $100,000 and which will be ripened persimmon. Fill the hollow -
Hill and removed to New' Smyrna! ready to occupy by falL of the cake with the fruit mix-
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Monday. At that time It was not I ture. Let stand in Ice box at least

-- ....._,_..,....... _, ... .. J. ,believed that any of the An had'. Gainesville Commissioner of four hours. I
lodged in the foot but when the Injury
,- Agriculture Nathan Mayo has Whip the other one-half pint of
,1-CoJ. Matt 3. WinD preslf dwelling houses Is pressing. .continued to pain him he was written an Interesting,,agricultural; cream and add 2 teaspoonfuls sugar -
the American Turf Asso- taken to a local physician who removed article for Florida newspapers entitled slowly. Add vanilla. Cover out-
,
and executive of the new Dade' City-Cucumber plantingand the piece of fin.- "Safety First." In the ar- side of cake Just before serving ." .
Radng' Association, basted marketing agreements for two ticle Mr. Mayo makes the state- Persimmon Ice Box PuddingUse -
a
a boom for racing In hundred acres in the Dade City Miami-Mr*..Elizabeth Nicholshas ment that there Is not a month of 1-2 cup butter, 18 whole
II under pari-mutuel system area were signed up recently by been sentenced to serve one day; the year that food cannot be had ladyfingers, or 1 layer sponge cake,
Pasco county farmers and the day In jail for manslaughter in the from the orchard or garden In 2 f gg yolks, 1 cup chopped pecans,
inv Rabbit culture InC Manhatton Produce Company, of fatal shooting of her husband. She Florida. This, is absolutely cor and 1 1-2 cups persimmon pulp.
U getting: to be New York City. The acreage retained entered a plea of guilty a year ago rect. There is not a month of the Cream together the butter and
Important, industry. Much comprises some of the best and Circuit Judge H. F. Atkinson year In Florida but somethinggreen sugar, add the beaten egg yolks.
soil around Dade City, Zephry- Add the persimmon pulp and the
L spent on proper pronounced the sentence yesterday.I can be grown in the gar-
baa been I hills, Rlc land and Lake Jo vita, Court dens. This is pecans. Arrange in alternate lay :
attaches
Kg Some of those said it was the mmimum no confined to any :
I
facilities. and the farmers who signed the ers with the ladyfIngers as follows: f i
section
this business are real allowed under the law. Mrs fine of the state. North : {
ped in contracts are known to be experi- Nichols had testified she wa' Florida enjoys its green, fresh win- Split the ladyfingers and cover the ," ,
Uf. enced and capable vegetable grow- ter bottom of a pudding pan with one- \' ,,'
abused and threatened by her bus vegetables the same as the Ev- \'
Snesville -- More than 3,500ds erll. band, Sam Nichols, and that the erglades section where It never third of them. 'Place one-half of .,:,0; ''\ .. "<' ._: .'.:
the fruit mixture this ""' '. ,
over cover
frosts. <
shot that killed him fired Mr. Mayo the Florida
of farm products were was by says ";'" 1<'" "<, '"''
,
accident in for farmer lives at home and boards with a layer of the ladyfingers; on ." .
Alachua county since Jacksonville Florida's squab a struggle posses- ,_. ', '
i
from I .. :> '''
lit the 'top of this spread the rest of the """"':;<"""'",
It was unofficially Industry brings In from $5,000,000 sion *f a revolver. same place. Plenty to eat t ( .;
ated.spring.The figure Included to $8,000,000 annually and Is grow- ; in the garden and fields Is Indeed fruit mlxttire, and finally cover 1) L' I
with the rest of the .
first." ladyflngers. %
eats of agricultural products ing rapidly. The squab has a high I DeFunlak Springs Walton "safety L./ a
Place in ice box for twelve hours.
wn during the past season nutritional value and Is growing in county wool,.which was sold July Serve with whipped cream. This V'r
popularity as a staple article of 15 to O. Kirkland & Company of I '
1I I recipe serves
nlak Springs Despite the food. They have been used as food Savannah, Ga., was delivered In MUTTS TO HOUSEWIVES This be eight.served by splittingthe .
rttwt It Is going through hard for the past five thousand years. DeFuniak this week for shipment, may .
I sponge cake in half and puttingthe .
the drill at the oil well reach- The ancient Egyptians realized The huge sacks almost buried the Weekly from Horn Demonstration persimmon mixture between r
idepth of 2,750 feet this week. their food value and raised them freight depot, or at least gave that Specialist, Tallahassee the two layers. Allow to remainin
lin charge of the digging are by the millions. Squab meat and Impression to a casual observer on 1
I ice box at least two hours beforecoverln&
the opinion its juices are highly recommendedby The wool .
raged and express Wednesday morning. with, whipped cream and "'I\- o-
they are entering an oil or many physicians as an Ideal !I sold here by W. L. Cawthon, acting USES FOR PERSIMMONS serving. a,, ., c..."' .... .' RaoJ..II D.,. 1
acing area. food for under-nourished children for the growers, amounted to .
and those recovering from Illness. something like 75,000 pounds, and Persimmon Cream ,
time. The schedule follows: as. Primer for Town Farmers.
e City-Near here there are went for a price of 15c per poundthe Use 1 tablespoons gelatine, 2 egg I -
[large live-oak trees in a rail Canal Point-Addition of one lowest price at which Walton yolks, 3-. cup sugar 1 pt. milk, 1 WRUF FARM PROGRAM Sat., Aug. 22 Florida Farm Thurs. Aug. 27-The Soils of
il each completelyto cent to the tax on wool has been sold in News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science Florida and Their Utilization-Dr.O. .
of 15 feet, gasoline, resented county many; cup persimmon pulp, 2 tablespoons The Voice of
the other by Ingrown by farmers who use that years, but which was one cent lemon juice. Florida"I I Snapshots.Mon. C. Bryan. Soil Management and
Large limbs of two of the fuel in their tractors, has revived above the prevailing market price Soak gelatine five minutes In one ., Aug. 24 How Florida Organic 'Matter-Dr. R. M. Bar-
I grew directly into the trunkse interest in the use of distillate In ,when the sale was made. cup milk. Add to remaining milk Gainesville, Fla. Next week's Hogs are Marketed-D. E. Tim- netfe.
other two, and they are tractors Instead of gasoline as a :and cook In double boiler until dis Florida farm hour programs over mona.. Preventing Losses from Fri, Aug. 28 Pastures on Cut-
f rise Joined in Siamese fash- means of avoiding the tax that Is Pensacola The Louisville and solved. Then add beaten yolks and state radio station WRUF have Shipping Hogs-W. J. Sheely. Over Areas-W. E. Stokes. Improved -
ly the limbs. regarded as unjjust. Roscoe Lee Nashville Railroad Company has sugar. Cook until slightly thick- just been announced by the Uni- Tuea., Aug. 25 The FleaHop- Pasture Grass Studies _
Braddock of Belle Glade, two years started a dredging project to deepen ened. When cocl add persimmonpulp versity of Florida Agricultural Extension er and Ant In Seedbeds-H. E. Geo. E. Ritchey. p
L oak Approximately 50- ago called attention to the prac- the channel along the piers of and lemon Juice and mold. Service. These programs Brantley. Farm Question Box. 1
mall bass or trout are to be ticability of using distillate in trac- ,their docks at Pensacola.. The piling Persimmon Ice Box Cake will go on the air each day from Wed., Aug. 20 Disinfectantsand Winter Garden Equipment Installed -
II In the Suwannee river this tors and this week he said the prac- to be used to encase the 2000- Sponge cake, 1 pt. whipping 12 to 12:45: p. m., eastern standard Antiseptics Dr. E. F. Thom- i In playground. _
la by the government to re- tice Is general in the Belle Glade foot wharf were imported from d __ __ _ _ _. _ ___ L
that stream. The greater district. Germany. The 'dredging plans are
n of the young fish will} be fill the enclosure with the dredged
1 la the river as It runs thru Lake City The Old Bellamy matter and afterward build a con- I
Property of the Superior PIne Way was built from St. Augustineto crete warehouse. The Pensacola '

acts Company, Suwannee For- Tallahassee more than a hun- Journal says that about 200,000 Learn what acylinders difference : ISix J
dred years ago. It was put thru cubic yards will be cut by the "
by John Bellamy, then a large dredge. The improvement to the ..-
tanna Jackson county's land and slave owner and an Important docks will represent an outlay of I
L harvest will begin coming figure in the political life about $230,000, and the work will makeIn j jI
ortly and payrolls will In- of the new state of Florida. Mr. be rushed to completion as early;
The Brandon mills of this Bellamy constructed the road from aa possible.
upect: to employ 90 persons, his personal funds and It soon be- _
dents of this county during came a road of greater Importance Quincy Dissapearance of 150 t
I operations which last from than the old Kings Highway from pints of "red" liquor from the stor- I smootHness
ember pt. Augustine North. Part of the age room In the basement of the
i Bran-bled old Bellamy road Is In fair condi- court house recently is a mystery i
jlut Ktsoa. tion west of Jacksonville. It Is which Sheriff G. S. Greogory is attempting quietness dr k1r? ;
known as the old Plank Road. to solve. The theft of the ,
do That the proposed liquor was discovered by the sher- tf..
ntn'a compensation law for Milton-The sale of 1280 acres iff Saturady forenoon when he flexibility I
(state of Florida will'be a bigr of Santa Rosa county land, 140 ited the locker In the VIs-I f r
r In the coming political cam- acres in cultivation to R. L. Wil- The Yale lock had been prized
was assured here when the hite and L. L. Wilhite Pedro Mig- The liquor was a part of the \ ciniriirn: __- "dli"g ease
Federation sponsored a uel, Panama Canal Zone, by D. go captured several Weeks ago e'
I'og' of organized labor, repre- Faircloth and J. A. Spencer of Milton from a man and "women giving
Vlves from all over the state Is announced. The deed Involves their names as Mr. and Mrs. Robt. JIOllWllLTS riding comfort ,
frfect plans and campaign more than 20000. The tractIs Graves, Jacksonville, when the big \ -
taking the law an Issue. located on the road between Nash car loaded with contraband
Pace and Chumuckla. It Is a square liquors broke down here and the J depcoitlabililg.1
mpa--Orange juice extracted tract of approximately one and occupants were arrested and their
I e of the big plants here and three-quarter miles. The Wllhtie car confiscated and sold L '
frozen la storage is now flow- brothers are employed in the Canal :: economy
n a golden stream to north- Zone by the government. They Jacksonville Many fine and L
arkets where the supply Is plan to retire soon and move to magnif Icient homes are being builtIn -
|y holding to officials of the their tract and improve it into one Florida this summer which will bug life :
'nal Juice Company here. of the finest farms in the county. be ready for occupancy when their j 4;
I1" the last four weeks the owners come down to spend the !"
any> has shipped four solid New Smyrna-Carl Minton of winter. Miami Beach reports the '
'
S
_ ds from its ware housed sup- Oak Hill grandson of Mr. and Mrs. construction of several homes of: 55
I"frozen juices. W. R. McCulloogh of New Smyrna, the better sort, ranging in cost .
Is resting comfortably at their from $100.000 to 200000. At West \ i'i i'S
s
adla A carload of Big

Jersey, sweet potatoes was ; a
ed last week from this sec- }

It although have was the several first carload thousand thisn Buist Seed Line in Bulk Step out of uny other low-priced, step into a ness doesn't tire the driver or passengers.There's .

fa been placed on local Chevrolet, und you'll learn what difference
t"utn Florida markets "" a greater flexibility, because the power-
a t few weeks. Prices during for nit cylinders. make. Impulses of a six overlap. And response ia

_and Potatoes the have been very Ferrv Seed in PacksComplete "Idle" the engine-and the whole car, remains more positive, performance more elastic. A
demand
nd locally has in been south holding Flor- uteatly. Open the throttle-the power flows six l. much easier ((to ItandM ,

ry well ermant.A Lines will arrive about September 1st. fvenly. Accelerate-throttle down-go fifteen

| or fifty-and this smoothness stays with you And particularly, If you raise the hood of a
small, but Chevrolet and watch the engine
try growing whatever you do. For six-cylinder: smoothness running
In this'
blng a great city deal and of one pleas-that EGGS la built Into the motor-and objectionable smoothly and steadily, ,ou'll realize that six ,

11 ,operators and a gradual- vibration never even starts I cylinders also mean greater dependability;
reaslng profit, is that of rals- Fresh Eggs from the Poultry Farms of Bradford
f nary birds. Mr. and Mrs. County Graded Candled and Guaranteed Yet smoothness l. only part. of your six-cylinder- You owe It to-vourself-to eee' and drive a- Cher''

cd a Barry with a pair of experience.: There's rolet today. And

canaries' for stock now greater quietness because remember when
thirteen Tuxmty Imauttfulmotfrb you
splendid 33c Dozen
birds for
noisy vibration *
they can find a ready marThe at pricff 4T5 'G75 do-that no other carla
males bring about $5 I ia gone. There. ranging from . to ao economical to

i. females from $3 to 4.Petersburg greater comfort, been..r....1... ..".,. ..", ..."..- ..,...."? --_ c.j the
"DEALERS IN PURINA CHOWS (Feed from the J.44_'" ,,_ ....._ V. tt. ... Co ITOT.. operate as powercausebuiltln.mooth ,
ful Chevrolet Six!
_plans are vir- checkerboard bag), FEED INGREDIENTS WILSON
COlllplete for the fourth ansun -
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celebration & TOO
here comtlog -
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aa September been 7564 days 1. 1910.of The sunshine rec- Come In and get one of the New Octagon Premiums-A NEW CHEVROLET SIXTh -b

ifcr Lew kept a since that date Water Set-Coupons Required Great American Valve k

e btEvening Independent BrownPublisher,'who 90 SOAP AND 10 OR :MORE POWDERS .

d15 paper away every day the
to
of more shine than One 100of beach the fea- BORDEAUX MIXTURES/ARSENATE OF LEAD 0 Sec your dealer below =- ;

clad: women and children.pa- PARIS GREEN, LIME SULPHUR ,

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Point .
All

'eParau II.I'll part the ODS of expectation Palm are, Beach being through of a COUDIow made good the- Bradford County Farmers Supply ,. r TORODE CHEVROLET COMPANY

Farmers'
Supply houses ;.., S
QLrging their ..
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r quarters, new
nr big are boWIe being are wts to built- Company .' Starke Florida

are CHECKERBOARD STORE .
increasing their THE
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f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARK1B, FLORIDA ramvr .
PAGE FOUR _ ___ ___ _ ._ ._. \t'Gtl!h
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1 \ ,. ma Davis, Mildred Davis, and Annie -( rquarters at Tampa '",
: ;
f't', I Murphy Mr. Roy Tlllla, Mr. THERESSA Salvationists In el4 ,

I' "i i :+; Arthur Murphy and Mrs. Davis, of Do You Illow? + .1.1I Mr. A, L. 8al...... Cor. Ida having arm every arrackJ hb)
11 I +
f I \1'j :''tJ Punta Gorda Punta Gorda Her- operating to ,great lit
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I' ',I x aid. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore and throughout the o n< ""I
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+ )011II
a ---- S ment In Florida
\ t:al .L Children and Mr. Harold Moore of / 'Pecull, !!

"" '.'''iJ Valdosta Ga., were guests, of Miss !rig Is laid oath, ,tatern>1 1no

Ida Hagan Thursday. more work ,101
HAMPTONMl
MRS. W. M. WAINNKIOIIT tables, were used and centeringeach .it I .hv Messrs. W. W. Packham and S. south than then ,s YOU b
in
.
, ENTERTAINS was a vase ft radiance roses.A Ada NlmMo. Cor. "," .. I E. Triest were business visitors to Adjustant Wiugen eats

k I; i, gift was received by Mrs. S. '''' l; Jacksonville Tuesday. tion Army corps ui > .

+ Mrs. W. M. Wainwright was hos- P. Vandivlere as a memento of the 't,.. Mrs. W. W. Underhill and children had been collecting ver tile
Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville,
o'o'W 'P r test to her bridge club and friends occasion. Mrs. J. J. Canova and preached at the Christian church .. .. r.' 1 Marceline and Carl, and, Miss to numbers ofirlfteM totol'llutlt"
? afternoon at her home complimentary Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, recent to move to
: f < Friday last Sunday morning and evening. Ruth Bennett of St. Petersburg, Florida as e01pb,
to Mrs. N. D. Wain- brides, also received mementos.The weather sets
Attendance and interest was very are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Sul- In )? lUst
Jr and Mrs. J. J. Canova, hostesses were assisted by that Indications befog
4 o wrlght, good at both services. There was livan for a few days. w !-re that
recent brides and Mrs. E. E. Mrs S. L. Peek in looking after leled numbers un
one addition to the church. Misses Lucille and Hazel Sullivan of jobless ,
t of Jacksonville. the pleasure of their guests. whole !lilt
Branch of Waldo were guests of Misses families
1 Mrs. E. B. McDonald of Jacksonville are
and Those invited were: Mrs. T. T.
in baskets travel
Colorful zinnias
at Mrs is teaching a training class Rhoda and Ruth Zeigler Sunday.Mr. southward this year(
1'' > bowls were arranged throughout Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, at the Baptist church. Attendance Luther Crlbba of Clearwater, army corps 'In Florida! ,
of J. J. Canova, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright the
.
the rooms and at the conclusion it lI said,
already
spent Sunday with his sister, Mra. !Is
and Interest is unusually good. taxed
6I l the bridge games, Mrs E. M. Johns Jr., Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere, C. A. Blrt and family attended I Wilmot Brown. to care for the urgent to( tile
and :lira. Edward Mrs. Carl Alderman of Baltimore, CUti
won high prize Miss Joiner Is qulrlng .he'P'
church at Graham last Sunday. r Agnes visiting
Burns won second prlr.e. Mrs. E. Md., Mra. George C. White,'Mrs. J. bugets CommUnity
Rev. F. M. and Mr. and her sister, Mra. Clyde Hall. much
Taylor smaller
E. Branch, guest, and Mrs. N. D H. Ritch, Jr., Mrs. D. C. Jones of r than ever tbll,
before
Mrs. Geo. McMekin attended revival Those spending the week-end ( and
VWalnwrlgbt, and Mrs. J. J. Canova, Gainesville, Miss Elise Jones of I'y l lI able other
services at Wateroak Baptist with Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were support, he said
a '' During Gainesville, Miss Hazel Middleton, ?,
,recent brides, received gifts street
church last Sunday evening. Messrs. G. M. and Jasper Bennett, and house to houL
+ Miss Middleton, Miss Eunice ,
the nixed candles were Madge lilO
f games Fernandez, Miss Bessie Lamoreaux of Tampa I Mrs. L. M. Henderson and children,: tiona. are not sufficient
Isabel
perved. Perkins, Miss eVen Qi
Miss is the guest of her brother, J. G I 4s6ig Arthamarle and Gene of Jasper and provide for Imperative
salad Miss Canova, Betty deli
; Late in the afternoon, a Mary and there !
Lamoreaux this week. ii'. and Mrs. C. Thomas and little Is no
;course was served by the hostess Chamberlin, Mlsa Ethel Griffin! Dela.ald ILeaaMI.A w II funds indication(!
Rev. McGauley will reach at the son, Grover, of Clearwater. will be more ]
'l
1 r to the following guests: Mrs. E. E. Miss Harriet Rltch,and Miss Ver- plentuUl
p
/First Baptist church, Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Crosby of on.
Branch of Jacksonville, :Mrs. Paul ona. Creekmore of Brooksvllle.
,
9' ,} Hutchings of Coral Gables, Mrs. next Sunday morning and evening. Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. and Accommodations at t the
Rev. Norris of Lacrosse, has re- Mrc.: E. D. Sullivan. barracks and the
R E. M. Johns. Mrs. A. Z Adkins, new I\
VISITOR HONORED cently been the guest of friends ,Messrs. S. R. and Willis Swindell home, he said, are
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mra. L. Wyman, taxed I t4
were visitors to Starke Wednesday Ity, so
that in
Burns Mrs O. L.
;Mrs. Edward here.Mrs. rryl many
Miss Hazel Middleton entertained J. P. Sullivan attended
1 t kS.c4 :Haynes, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. neqessary; to turn ZJ
1' Jr. Mrs. N. D. Thursday afternoon at her home church at Theressa last Sunday.E. yl ylUII Mr and Mrs. T. F. Brown and for meals or lodging/
:N. D. Wainwright, t
Wainwright, Sr., Mrs. J. J. Ca- with a bridge party In honor of B. McDonald of Jacksonville, little son, Emery and Mrs. David Widgery declared Adh
her guest, Miss Verona Creekmoreof attended Sunday school at the Jones of throughout army
Hampton of
were guests the
,y ) +a nova, Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. T. state report,
Br(>oksvUle. Baptist church last Sunday. Mrs. A. lar
and L. Sullivan! -Sunday after conditions.
s B. Massie, Miss Mary Canova and! said p.
Colorful arrangement of roses Marvin Birt of Alachua countywas noon. faces a
more
M" Miss Mabel Weller.CELEBRATES erlou ondlilit l
| and zinnias wero used to decoratethe transacting business in Hampton Mrs Josephine Sullivan of regards numbers
k -- --- ---- or north
t t ; FIFTH large living room and sun : and Starke this week.C. Hampton spent Saturday and Sun- employed this winter than 11I 1

; porch where four tables were L. Houser has erected a beautiful day at the home of fore. Wholesale
t'1' ; BIRTHDAY Photofft'i, CtiuJltit Njtltnnl 'll1THAT /'" her son, A. L. influx of w7J
-
placed for play. bungalow on his near Sullivan
property persons from
at Mont Jolle In the Province of Quebec there little all regions
lea general :now!!
Mrs. J. H.
After the ,
games the church. He Is also
Baptist Rev. J. Florida
" Little Billy Blakely celebrated whose front la decorated, aa shown above, by figure heads N. Hayman of Orange this fall and! winter
y his fifth birthday Friday, August Ritch, Jr.,'was awarded high prize building barns for his dairy cattle. found drifting In the St. Lawrence River more than one hundred years Heights filled his regular appointment be discouraged in every lI'ay I

J 1r Cl 14th with a party at Ma home and Miss Harriet Ritch receivedlow. The Baptist Sunday school took ago, following the wrecks of wooden ships? The flour on the /top at the Baptist church. here #lble, he said y
y' i A guest prize was given Miss religious census of the town of of the building It believed to be from the bridge of a French Admiral's Saturday and Sunday.

' from 3:30: to 0:30.: Many games Creekmore. Mrs. J. J. Canova and Hampton last Sunday. The town I II ship and the lower figure Is from a Swedish baroque and represents a Mr and Mrs O. L. Dubose and

r j. were played, after which Billy'sguests Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., recent I was divided Into four section and Scandinavian 'princess The medallion In the center Is the head of children, Bobby and and 1
fi ;i, +lII were served, Ice cream. and General Wolfe, of Canada. Betty Mrs. II.
brides, were each presented a gift. the following captains appointed to conqueror The owner has. refused many G. N. Woodward of Vero Beach, E. L.tGERGREISurveyingLrvenng
cake. thousands of
dollar for these curiosities.
a '* The hostess assisted by Miss various portions of territory, Sec- .. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
About thirty-five. small guests ------- - - ;
? Clara Louise Peek, served a tempt tion 1, J. F. Houser, captain; sec I .. ,_ Moore Tuesday.
were present, among those being: ' Mapping
f t i ing salad course to the following tion 2, M. L. Watterson, captain; : .. r .
.
: "utTtfack Futch, George Flynn Betty present: Mrs. J. J. Canova, Mrs. N. < Starke, Florida
41 i section 3, W. J. Root, captain; sec- :
"McRne: Enos and Betty Hayes, D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. D. M. I ( } ,'\ ,
tion 4, L. A. Wynn, captain. The "
v r Olin White Jr., Freeman Register Harward, Mrs. Clifton Brown of ' Jobless Warned No
work was completed before six I ; : :
'ft Leonard Peek, Freddie Wimberly, : :' '
Lawtey Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Jr., Mrs.P. o'clock, and the returns checked. ,
;
Lonnle Harley; Jr., Bobby Biggs, >: ,
F. Maguire of DeLand, Miss : W. G. Slringfellou; ]
Sarah and Juanita Barefoot Carolyn '. '. :
1, Verona Creekmore of Brooksvllle, BREAD WILL NOT MAKE YOU ,b Work In This State Radio sets and aerials metal
"I h and Colette Green, Edgar Wll- Miss Harriet Bitch, :Miss Elise FAT -, adjusted, npulrl'dLUemb'r
kerson, Gloria' Buford, Ida Lulu
Jones of Gainesville, Miss Mary >>:'f: of Xutinnul Radio L

and bert Marjorie Earl Thornton Davis, ,Selma Harold and, Eugene El-- Canova Miss Hazel Oliver of Bald- Women from 15 to CO have a .w s M G" "+, k" RcI \ State Faces Serious- Condition In tltute, ashliigton: D.C1
win, Miss Ruby Kllpatrlck of Troy, n i iI iI PHONE 103; kT\KKEnJ
close relation to the problem of the r
r and Dorothy Ford, Grace Ala., Miss Lelia Dea Andrews, Miss Regard to Unemployed Visitors -

Dorothy and Herbert Green, Mildred Lucille Mitchell, Miss Clara Louise wheat surplus, according to Joseph from North During

Thlgpln Jessie Mae Byrd, Wilshire, President of Standard Coming Winter.
t Peek, Miss Miriam Jacobs and Miss
t Marjorie Sue Middleton, Julia and Brands Incorporated. If they would' ik -
Jacobs. 1r' .,
rdak Rosland I < DR. R. %V.1ILtETINDENTIST
be guided by facts Instead of fads
Warren Winkler and Jobless in
other men other, parts of the
he they would be and w ,k r"
says happier
f \PTIST W. M. S. TO MEET k country are being warned ,far In
i the United States would be more I advance of l
BPENI1-TIIE-DAY PARTY IS cold weather not to Phone 33 Hours: 91
.
,
; ENJOYED AT KINQSLEY LAKE The Baptist W. M. S. will meet prosperous."I come to Florida seeking: work this
wish that It were possible for Over Corpenlziff'9 Drug- StJsracKEi
at the .church Monday afternoonat winter. Adjutant W. F. Widgery,
j
c Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Branch entertained 4 o'clock for their regular business me to get a message to the millionsof > in charge of Salvation Army head-

,,1" '3i with 'a 'spend-the,-day and'program session. Circle women and girls in this country ,. "

{,', party at Kingsley Lake Sunday, at I. NO. 3 will have charge of the pro( between IS: and 60 who will not eat s 1 1I

+ d which time the following friend. gram.. bread because they are afraid it I
iY .will make them fat, and bring to
Ki. !enjoyed their hospitality;: .
} ,'""1' Mr: and Mrs. Leslie Whlpp. Mr. MRS..' DELL ENTERTAINS their attention the seriousness of I

L' ,and Mrs. George L. Pope,'Mr. and BRIDGE-LUNCHEON such unwise discrimination against

_\ c 'Mrs. Albert Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. this fundamental part of. every

I } Homer Reynolds, :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pine boughs decorated porch of meal.

ti Schulenberg, Mr and Mrs. the Kingsley Lake cottage of Mrs. "I know," he went on, !"that muchof

p: I I :.Charles Cohey .and Mr. and Mr*. Sam Dell when she entertainedat the craze for the slender boyish

;i .Paul Hutchlngs of Coral Gables.-. a bridge-luncheon Wednesday figure has died out, but some of its

Times-Union, Aug.,17th. morning. misguided belief still linger OB .in

Contract bridge was enjoyed by l the minds of these women. One of

y o .BRIDGE PARTY GIVEN three tables of players. Mrs. T. these Is the idea that bread will I
/
) = make them fat.
---- J. Alderman was awarded high "", .
i; C tte Mrs. E. E. Branch entertained at prize and Mrs. Joe Wilson second "I'd like to point out to them r, .

bridge ,Wednesday afternoon at high. The cut prize went to Mrs. that bread will not make them fat ', I
r that the kind of THAT? ptarmigan, a sort of grouse living In high' altitudes: are almost
food
Klngsley Lake In honor of her visitor Parrish.. At the conclusion of the they eat Isn't I
t white In winter and mottled |In
Ir 1 summer? The difference be.
Mrs. Paul Hutchings of Coral games 'luncheon was served. Important; it's the amount they eat I tween the su"me.and winter plumage Is shown by the above
photographs -
Gables. The guests were! 'Mrs. T, J. Alderman -the number of calories they use 4 which wr made In Jasper National Park, Alberta, where these ?rry: :.rt

i Magnolia bows and woods flowers Mrs. Lenthal Wyman, Mrs Up' in work and play. If'they eat 'birds. ark carefully/ protected and consequently are numerous

were prettily arranged abqut E. M. Johns; Mrs. Edward Burns, moro than they use, they get fat; "

n the porch where the guests were Mrs Harold Wall, Mrs Jualua If they use more than they eat they

(entertained. At the close of several Smith, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs Joe get thin; when the two are equal

progressions Mrs. E .M. Johns 'Wilson, Mrs. D. C. Jones of Gaines they neither lose nor gain.

Deceived a prize for making high ville, Mrs L. Bell of Tampa, )Irs. "If a woman whether she's 15 I/ ,

,"core and Mrs. J.. W. Andrews. Jr., J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. Parrish or- SO, uses up only 2,000 calories

v.. j{ j was presented a gift for holding of Gainesville. I a day doing nothing more strenuous --

i low. Guest prizes were given Mrs I than playing bridge or riding II 96 POUNDS

Palls* Hutchlngs and Mrs. Junlu; I BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION I'.in the back seat of an automobile,

Smith and gets 3,000. calories in the food Self-rising Flour $$1.00

Asa:'Sei' course was enjoyed by Mr. W. M. Hodges celebrated hissixtyfifth she seats, she will get fat, but not I-- -
because she eats bread. She will
Mrs. E. M. birthday Sunday witha
the following players: M
get fat becausq each she Is BEST WHITE BACON lb.
day
l Johns, Mrs. II. C. Wall, Mrs. Jun- dinner given him by his friends ,

lua Smith, Mr. J. W Andrews, and relatives. Services were held taking Into the storehouse a thou 3 tall 6 small MILK 20r
sand calories more than she Is/( or
us
Jr., Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. W. M. in tho forenoon by Rev. McGauley
p
Wainwright and Mrs. bar! Ituich- of Brookes'! '* ing. The extra thousand calories 3 Palmolive Soap with

ins, of Coral Gables. Dinner !guiUts. were: Mr. and Mrs. are stored as a reserve supply, of 1 Palmolive Beads free Y3r
II' fat. She can keep right on eating ',
Mallery Thomas and children, :Mr.
MR. AND MRS. O. A, KNOUT i i.ENTERTAIN and the same amount of food and not s''Ji
and Mrs. C. C.' Johns Johns 50 lb. Silverleaf Lard __
fat if
she will
J children. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. demons get only 'spend' those \ '

and children, Mr. and Mrs. extra calories doing some house rr i r p : 45 lb. Compound Lard _'

Baskets and bowls of rad- Mr. work or playing tennis or golf, : 6
[ lovely Melvin McKinney and children
I { Flour
24 lbs Great Western
horseback' riding or swimming,
iance roses were used throughout and Mrs. G. P. Parrish and W. J.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. G. tending flowers in her, garden or i it<.
Johns of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. A. 2 CANS
Knight Tuesday evening, when I Moody, Mr. and Mrs. J. VI(. Lewis getting any other kind of exerciseshe {

they entertained members and and children and Miss Joyce Atkin- wants." I Charmer Coffee f ?
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friends. of their bridge club. son of Brooker Mr. and Mra. Dalton : ; \\ ii - --

At the conclusion of the games Carter of Lawtey, Mrs. Minnie NO. 28 APPROACH C 1J

scores were totaled and prizes Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Dyal TO BE IMPROVED : :.' \ I Good Smoked Bacon, lb. -

awarded Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mr. and daughter of Graham Mrs. Sar- ( 1-4 lb. 91
t. \ Maxwell Tea
J. J. Truby for holding high score. ah demons of Miami Mr. and Mr. Banquet or ;
Polatka, : 12. State
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Aug. -
The hostess served, chicken: salad W. J. Norwood, of Auburndale, approval \ Monarch Rhubarb No. 2 can
of Madison : ,
a proposition whereby -
pickets, saltines and iced tea to the Mrs. Shepard Ray and children of PREPAREfor j 1

guests. I Cordele, Ga. All enjoyed the din street approach from highwayNo. { Picnic Hams, lb. ____...-
28 to 19th street will r-e widened i
The players were: Senator and I ner. Mr. Hodges received many and improved the / Avocado Pears ________'
:Mrs. E. M. Johns' Mr. and Mrs. J.I useful presents, and wishes for him through them

C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. many more. birthdays. combined efforts! of thee city, the *V Lettuce, per head ,._ -_
state and the 1
. highway department
Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. 5 -
board of bond trustees receivedlast t .
Stump, Miss Mabel Weller, Mr. FAnEWELLRTY waa 2 29!
the commissionin Now If had 3pkgsePost8ran'Flakes
J. J. Truby and Mr. D. A. Montieth. night by city you started -

Miss Lorene Davis entertaineda special session from L.. B. '

+ MIIS. A. M. \UI1V AND AIRS.F. few of her friends Monday eve- Thrasher, division engineer- for. the years ago, just think of CELERY, Large Bunches 1J,

l I". MAGl'IRE GIVE: I'.VRTY ning with a farewell party in hon- state road department. - -

r or of Miss Elsie Barry of Brooker, Under terms of agreement the the tidy .sum you would Fine large TOMATOES la

Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. P. F. who Is leaving for Tampa and Mr. city will take out the bricks across: -

t Maguire were Joint hostesses at a Pierce Murphy, who is leaving for the boggy stretch and provide a have today It's not too -- ---- Sap

A; /r ..1' delightful swimming party and Wildwood. suitable road bed. The state road SCRATCH FEED'100 lbs. _- ,
assemble the department wUl'provld.. rock,, for late There are lots of '
upper Tuesday at the Darby cottage The guests in living Dairy Feed 24
the stretch and the board of bond percent, 100 lbs. .
J at Kingsley Lake complimentary ( room at T:30: and were entertained -
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to Mra. S. P. Vandlvlete. with numerous party games trustees the convict labor.Ii.\? ," years left Profit by all LAY MASH .

The home for this enjoyable affair until a late hour. Then Miss Davis The agreement has already been .

_ _ I was lovely, palmettos( zinnias assisted by her mother, served Ice: accepted by the board of bond trustees the time you have !

and Spanish moss being used to ad- cream and cake to the following:
vantage. Miss Elsie Barry of Brooker Mr. I Traffic then will be diverted is aCARL'S CASH CORNER

Following a swim In the lake a Pierce Murphy of Fort Lauderdale, from highway No. 28 to 11th street Bank Starke- ,

delicious supper was served on the Mr. Osmond Danielson of Charlotte|and then follow the routing of No. Phone 45 Slarke Fla. We Dell

v lawn under large oak trees. Small Harbor, Misses Ruby Tolls, Tbel-J3 through the city.


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XI, 19U .. BRADFORD COUNTY TKUEOKATn. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE d
AUGUST ---- . ,, .. .. . .. --.. ..-- -.---- --. .- -.-- --..-. --'-- ---.- -.-.- -- -- --- --
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I Mr. and Mrs Morris Gilbert and Misses Ethel Moore Pat Lambe, Thursday and Friday of last week. unusually fast and bears at an I!I at the west entrance to town with, /
\Daughter, Miss Hazel, have returned Beatrice Bullen, Edna and Carrie Miss Mattie Harley has returnedto early age.These all imaginable plants. The strip of
to their home at Lady Lake, Hutto and Messrs. Nathan Prevatt, Gainesville after a short visit Mahan trees grow almost abandoned woodland on the highway
Bits oflDcal after spending a week in Starke. Lex Green, Jerry Moore and Joe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. twice as fast and'look more thrtfy just 'west of town has been t '
Davis! enjoyed a weiner roast and H. Ilarley. than any other variety ith e Mon- I Declaimed; and landscaped and is f
If you like our sale tell your swim party with Mr. and Mra. E. Miss Kathleen Blanchard was In ticello Nursery company has. Nearly used for propagating hundreds of
'rlt"nd1 thank you"-Fred F. W. Hayes Tuesday< / evening at their Jacksonville Friday. all of the three year old trees thousands of.ornamental. plants every -
NeW& Stump. Sale lasts until Sept 1st. landing on Kingsley Lake. The many friends of Miss Hazel are bearing with from five to seven year.
Futch will be glad tolearn that nuts to almost every cluster; The Montlcrllo Nursery company ;
Col. Joe Hi'l'! Williams and Sheriff Miss Myrtle Oils Crump, state she Is improving rapidly after a and the 4 year old trees will av- office is located In the triangle just ;,
Our People Business and W. S. Brannen of Lake Butler, manager of the Woodmen Circle, serious operation. Miss Futch is erage about fifteen pounds to the west of the city limits, between ,
Concerning were business visitors to Starke was In Starke this week laying'out convalescing at Mrs, Rickenbaker's tree. The record tree reported so highway No. 1 and the old Talla
Progress of the County and Town. Monday.. plans for the Starke degree teamto sanitarium in Starke. far this year is owned by G. T. Sul- hassee road Its grounds are f
m mWE.TIIEICr accompany her to Chiefland and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and ton Lake Maccamaw N. 'C. The beautifully landscaped, being centered
Miss Myrtle Olla Crump, of Tam- Dunnellon to help with the InstHu- family have returned after a pleas- tree is three and one-half years old with an aquarium. In a gar- j
pa, state manager for the Woodmen ting of new groves In'those locall- ant summer at their cottage on and has, about thirty pounds of den of roses, all making an unusually W
Circle, was a dinner. guest of .lea. She praise the Starke team -.aka Klngsley. nuts. These nuts are of exceptional attractive entrance to Mon- '
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto Sunday.A very highly 'for their competitivework. Lawrence Dinkins and BIllie Edwards < quality and retail at $1.50 to $2.00 ticella from the west.

by starke :y., were, In Jacksonville this per pound. .
piled
treatry Department. genuine diamond' ring given I week on business. The office and grounds of the Miami Beach .-.- Building permit
ending August 19. away Tuesday night at the Gaiety St. Clalr Harley was a business Monticello Nursery company area issued for construction of Bar-
ek Theatre, after the first show, ; : Among those attending the baseball visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday. great asset to Monticello, beautifying batsls building, 1421 Washingtonavenue
[pate minx :Min. game In Palatka Thursday Miss Angle Corsentino of Miami, the highway on both sides to cost J4,500.
66 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Surrency have :were: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Is visiting Miss Bula Futch this
13 90 70 returned to their home in Mt. Dora : Miss Cleo Shepard, Mr. H. A. Car. week. ,-.----.-
11 85 68 after spending a week with Mr. I ter: of DeFunlak Springs, Mr. J.,J. Mr Jas. E. Goodfellow of Lake-"
15 DO 73 and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Truby, Mr. J. C;Hoover Miss Mary land 'was a business visitor here NO DOWN\ PAYMENT
16 90 75 -- Canova, Mr. R. J. Davis, Mr. Barney this week.
17 91 Mi and Mrs. Randolph :Boree of McRae TIr.: and Mrs. T. S. M,'. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were
18 92 72 73 Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs. Williams, Dr. and mire R. W. Mar shopping In Jacksonville Tuesday.The Asked-Just say "Charge It"One
19 95 week Boree's parents, Mr.and Mrs G. H. tin, Mr. Abe Bessent, Mr. T. B. curtain and scenery at the
tat rainfall for Bennett. Massie, Mr. W.CT Webb. and Tom school Is rapidly nearing comple-
.
-.-and look and .-'.... .Massie."'. a :'r . tion under the skillful hand of the
:;' at Stump's Mrs. J. IS. Corpening'returned c... artist, Mr. Newman. : Dollar '
home Saturday from North Carolina,, Mr. Max Long of Olustee, was ,
Jacobs where she has been visiting relatives transacting business here last
ss Miriam and friends. week.:
LAWTEf
from a visit In .
Jay Mr. and Mrs Weekly
Herbert Smith
1", n. La.Madine, Cor.Mr. .
Mrs! A. S. Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Nashworthy,, were visiting her parents in Lake
1. ana Mrs. Meade and Col. and Mrs. A, S.Crews Butler Sunday
|Jay In Jacksonville. were visitors in Jacksonville and Mrs. ;C. Y. Mayo and Miss Verner Vining has returnedto M*"*' ,

Wednesday. children, of Tampa, arrived Satur- her home in Tampa, after an
,d I. and Mrs. A. 8. day, and are visiting Mrs. Mayo'sparentd extended visit with Miss Dolly Din
,ilnesvlllo Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs..J. H. Moore.
Men If you wear a Hlze 6 1-2, 7, kind i
or 7 Isize oxford get a $3 pair Mr. Mayo will return to Tampa Mr. Joe Starling of Jacksonville,
(d!, and :Mrs. D. E. for $2.49 at Stump's>> Big Suli. Sunday. was visiting his mother here Sun
fcjay in Palatka. Mr. Dan Howell of Olustee, was

Mrs. S. F. Hamrick returned here Sunday. day.Mr.. Paul Moore has returned
Jus Pearl Jordan spent Monday from Savannah, Ga., and Mrs W. F. Moore and children home from Jacksonville .for an In-
iacksonville. and! Sylvania, Ga., where she visit-I are spending the week in Ocala ,deflnato stay.MONTICEIXO. Reg. $S%
er relatives. with her parents Rev. and Mrs. t5O 1
11, JWO; and $10.50 Silk Boyer, KXTUASPECIAL
Iat:; Stump's Big Sale. Mrs. C. G. Arendeli returned to Mr. Oscar Andreu and Mr. Bob NURSERY NOW \
Lat fl
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Cone, of KITED SECOND LA1U1KTST IN p'I.
her home in St. Augustine Friday Starke were here Sun
ir and :Mrs. T. S. day afternoon.,, SOUTHEASTERN SECTION
after a visit here with Mrs. O. L, p
low in Gainesville Miss Dorothy Supp and cousin,
Haynes. of Baldwin, were" in town Sunday Monticello, Aug. 15.: -With 600 Blue-white diamond act Wo solicit out of town accounts.
and Mrs. L. A. afternoon.Mr. acres planted In satsumasand It is safe to order DIAMONDS BY
Ir pecans
Paul Knight of the University of in 18-kt.x mount-
Tuesday In Jacksonville. Florida, spent the week-end at Malcolm Wills of Jacksonville ornamentals, the Monticello gold MAIL All shipments made. subject
home with his parents. Col. 'and was visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Nursery company Is now rated the Ing. to your approval.
lisa Olive Ray and Miss Mrs D. E. Knight. M. Blanchard Sunday.Mr. second largest nursery In the (4

)spent Tuesday In and Mrs. J. B. Dye and sons, southeast Another distinction LJ D i am on a Me re h IUVALtJEWELRYCO n t s L
Bryan and Fred, of which It
,, Get the children's i shoes and slippers Jacksonville, enjoyes is the fact it is
Irs. Calvin Johns has ., while the Sole louts. Stump's were visiting Mrs. Dye's parents, the developer of the Mahan pecan
lr visit In Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and
a Big Sale. Sun- mainly responsible for the pa.
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day afternoon. per shell pecan which was developed .

15 yet, our Shoe Sale. ., Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg left Mr. Chas. Lancaster and Mr. in the local plant. ,
I Sept lit. Stump's Howard Miner were business visitors According to Mr, Mahan, this ...
Monday for Richmond, Baltimoreand tOLDR .GIlJl.a.:......-
In Gainesville! Monday.Mrs. pecan grows under more unfavor-
New York on a business and< k
lr.and Mrs. P. M. Chapin and children of able conditions than any other;
pleasure trip. 111-113 Main Street-Lynch Building
llren,! spent Saturday High Springs,.were visiting friends bearing from Washington, D. C.,
{!Ckson vme. .; Mrs. Gordon Lahee of Columbia, here Sunday. on the east to UvaKle, Texas, on
your S. C., and children, Mrs., Elliott Mr. and Mrs C. Dinks MIss Dol the west. He has also had reports Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits t
14 pretty ly Dinkins, Miss Mildred Dinkins, from trees'
{ bearing in South Af-
Russell of Norway, S. C., and Mrs
Itpraid? Price, S9o at. W. J. Bass of Waldo were guestsof Miss Thelma Antlreu of Starke, rica, Norfolk Islands and China.It 52 J. Frank Thoman>,> Prop. Cleaned &
I Sate 'Mrs. L. S. Hutto Monday.Mrs. and Mr.LawretM Dinkins motored seems that the Mahan tree grows FELT ATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped
to Jacksonville and Jacksonville< = )lSPECIALS.FRIDAY

a i Mary Brownlee George Gardiner and Mrs. Beach Sunday. "
Mr. Arthur Grtttla and Mr. Hen.
Jacksonville
kind la
C. J. Roberta visited Mrs. Gardi-
;r,Mrs M. C. Stith. ry Godwin were In Jacksonville
ner's father, Mr. Hans Austin at
Friday. & SATURDAY AUG. 2122Grocerys.,
the Veteran's In Lake
hospital .City
[to. Will Tuten and Mr. Howard Miner wall visiting ,

her, are spending ( Thursday. in Baldwin. and.. .Jacksonville. last
h Mrs. Sam Anderson. week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington
Jimmie
Wllahlre. Ernest KInzle
821St'c and son, of Hastirfgs, spent the
lira. W. A, Sterns and and Floyd Cox, all ot Ft. Myers TIP TOP
week-end with Mrs. Yelvlngton'a
klae, spent Monday In were visiting Graydon ''Jones last
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. week.
.
Gardiner.Mr.
Something for nothing visiting. Dr. and relatives'Mrs. M.here B. TIerlong.Sunday.were This la a Home Owned Store-Between Bank of Starke and PoatotficeIlowell i
and :"Mrs. M. W. Morrow
urdu)', "...e Water"" at; Miss Rachel Chapin has returned Nashwortlti/, Owner t'
[Salare. have moved to Starke and havean to High Springs after spending ___ n. " -n. _. __ .. -
apartment at Mr. and Mrs. F two week's with friends here. I LaTouraine Pink

( R.Davie and, B A. Scott's. Mr. Morrow Is to be a Mr. N, S. Blount of Ft. Myers, Sugar 5'lbs.-25c|l 29c1I \ Sit: ;
[ted relatives in Palatka teacher in the B. H.. S. this year haa.jolnvd hilt wife, Who Is vlaltlnf Coffeelb. - - - 'iOc' I ,I

her stfttel",.M",., Loul. H. Hill.Mr .. ,r,
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Miss Azaleen Klckliter of Stuart, T J..Terry -....wisltlng his n
ra J. C. Hoover and spent a few days with her uncle, daughter,'II.JbW"'Terr1 W Klaalmmea Best Grade White Good Primrose or Pan GoldFlour


Iller I'alatka spent with Thursday Mrs H. C. Mr.route College J.to"Klckliter, at her Demorest home ,from last, Ga.Piedmont week en- Raiford Mr and,this state Mrs week farm:'jytj., ,were'Godwin visiting of Bacon, lb. - lOc I ::6 lbs 21c; 12 35c; 24. 59c I il


tr. and Mrs. A. G. friends and relatives here Sunday.Mrs. .
f derdale are the guests Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, S. J. Edwards< was visiting Best Compound 2 lb. 'Jar Jelly 29c 2 lb. Jar Preserves S9c Sri;
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Col. and
relatives in Ft. White
Mrs. F F. Flume. Sunday. I
Mrs. J. E. Futch were guests of Mrs F. R. Carradlne was transacting Lard.lb.10cThe 3 Sweet Soap lOc CORNED BEEF 19c'
Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith.of Jacksonville business .
N doubt the bent sale Sunday. : in Jacksonville -

ptarke la Stump's Big Best Whole fresh Dressed Navy or Lima ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Alderman and

Jacksonville l ir Mrs and D.:Mrs., were E. M.guests : son day of for Baltimore a visit with, Md.Mr., arrived Alderman's Sun 666 Rice, 4 Ibs. -19c Fryers, lb. - 33c Beans, 2 Ibs., 15c

E. Knight parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. L'Q"ln <>m> TAIII.RTK i
nrllrvtm a llrmlnrli or Nmralvln In -
Ir. H rat ..I....*, a'C"m th. tlrmtd Pure Rio Fresh
A Carter after ehreh1e ground Best Grits I
... sad ... !. tare. or Country Sti/le ,,smoked ,
f.e with friends returned .. Mrs R. B. Alvarez and childrenof l
to DeFunlak Springs. ro08 Salve ror' Baby's Cold. Coffee lb. 15cOct. MeaJ,101bs. 25c
lb. 21
Jacksonville, are spending a - Sausage cAPPLE
while with Mrs. Alvarez' mother, .0- _. .. ...,-. v - -,- ,
Mrs. D P. Carpenter Mrs., L. V. Moore, who has been ... ..
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I" Long were visitors : quite 111 for some time. ,?gyp, .' or l' &4 Powd. or '
pvllla Wednesday. ATLAS BUTTER, Qt. Jar . 1ge.5eSALTorlJIATCIIES,3or .
Mr. A. V. Long and Mrs. E, G., Soap 5 for 19c
!irs L. E. Cowling of Baxter of Gainesville, Mrs. George __ ___ We ti'
pi. is the guest of her Livingston of Tampa, Mrs. W. L. The Standard Oil .
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M W
E Mlddleton.: and Mrs. H. C. Wall were guestsMonday T*f No. 1 White l
of Mrs. Sam Dell at Kings- Tire GuaranteedOne K. LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 for---------
ley Lake. ))0.

ENT A Year Potat'sl01b25c Pork and Beans or Pepper _____ __ __ 5c
Mra. W. H. Lowman, who has ._ .
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been here with her slater, Jotl"s.-J. --
COLUMN F. Colley sInce,the death of their a...H4s.tt...N Tender 2 Ibs. Cans-6 small or Kraft

father and step-mother, Mr. and FreaF:
''R SALE Several Mrs. J. 1:. Robinson returned to Frigidairethe or Squash lJe Milk, 3 tall - 23c Cheese lb. - 23c
missionary her home in Tampa Wednesday. ,

ist Sullivan strawberry Box 477, .--. .-. ..- .. . .. . ... .
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a. Mr. T. J. Alderman spent last, Yellow-Ripe I Waldorf 3 Ib. 7 oz. Prize
week In Farmington, Mich., and three"year guar-

[f'R'ecold RENT floor oftive Furnished roo and was daughter accompanied, who home have by been his visiting wife anted electric, refrig- Bananas 5.Ib 15c : Paper,5for-25c Oats25cGreat 1:'

te bath and large cool her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. : # ,, --- - - -. . - .. .. .. .. .
;f ,
lira. Hamrick, S. E. Bradley. efator ;,+ ---

I: The annual observance of Robt. ... Apples, doz. 29cAvaeados.2 (}OLIVES 39c f

'ST Dark bay horse. I Morris Day will be held at the For, sale by Northern '
forehead!. About Kingsley Lake cottage of Congressman for 14 '
I_ 12 years J5c oz. CA7'SUP 15c

l Ipra efgt-.s be about suitably 900 Pounds. Eastern Lex Star Green members next Thursday.and their All Beans 4 Ibs.: 25c

|Franklin: Route 2, Box ;Bring families a are picnic urged lunch.to be present. Smith's Service ONIONS 3 lbs. lOc LEMONS, Doz. 23c j

.. .n. -. .
|.J18ALENorth e city lots Cherry Mr. C. C. Robinson of Rochester, Jersey Lily Pure Creamery -- : :
store on StationStarke
lot, IznaU stock of I ?,r. Y.. who was called here on account
tures tour good of the death of his father,
living BUTIERpoun30c'
at 5Wre, and rooms and step-mother Mr. and Mra. J. Fla. l
:! seven ''Eo Robinson returned to his borne ,

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,rw.if, PAGE SIX BKAUPORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIO1't'Gt's

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+ 1 t that the most successful crops are I and general farming," he said. "We ogist at the Florida Experiment De.5Nptlsa, Bea T. R. A. ------: :

r raised on the farms of smaller keep only cows! sufficient to supplythe Station. Owner.

acreage. family with milk and butter. The best disinfectant to use Is a Lot. 1 I 01' Et4 of Blk at L. ./
FARM NEWS SECTION T. &: Co's Su Dlvlalon __28.. 8 IS Lilli.
{ Refrigerators Always Ready We raise about 20 head of hogs, 1-1,000 solution of corrosive subli- Lot 3Elk82LT.&Co:. Sanders __. ___

The shipment of the crop Is providing our own meat, both fresh mate. Simply tie the seed looselyIn LoSub Division-------38: 8 II -Walter Cummlnee w

never delayed through lack of railway and cured, and have some to sell. thin cloth bags, and soak themIn T. &: Co's Bub Dlv ____'2$ 8 U Sam _... '

Conducted By service, an abundance of special We have a pair of good mules, a the solution. He suggested 15 you 1 I 01' ElAt Blk If Tyson _ ._._S.L ,
T. Co:. Subllv ____18 I U -
Sam '
L T DYER County Agent refrigerator equipment always truck, and machinery necessary to minute treatments for cabbage, Lots 8 4 or W14 Bile If Tya01r!' _ _._.. ,
being available. Neither Is there successfully work the farm. And cauliflower, kohl-rabl, mustard, L. T. &: Co.'s Sub-Div ___28 I IS Lulu DUhart ... .

4 p : 4 HISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent any damage to the shipments thru we have a comfortable, modest rutabagas, and turnips; 10 minutesfor 131k. 17 Division. 81 L. T. Co.'sBub - __'_1,

d. heating, the Icing facilities being home, and shelter for the stock cantaloupes, cucumbers, E Blk 40 L.-T.- ------28. Co.'s 6 II A. O. JenTtln -. .

organized on such scale and at and equipment. gourds, and watermelons; and i 8 Sub Division - ------118 8 II Billy --- -t
j r. Lot. 1 4 BIlL 41 L. T. Co.'. Drown ,
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such Intervals on the line north "While citrus has been our chief minutes for tomatoes, peppers, and Sub Division $ -_.- t
I -- -- -- ---- S IS J'am.
that any desired temperature Is money crop,,la the main our idea eggplants. While the seed are be- Lots1IBlk4ILT&Co's E. Franklin ___

Louisiana Strawberry Crop Breaks maintained at all times. Travelingon has been to produce on the farm ing treated they should be stirred Lot3Btk43LT.&Co's Sub Dlvl.lon -- --._5$ 8 IS John 'William. _ ___

express schedules, the berries as near as we possibly could, all of occasionally. Old newspapers makea Sub Division ---------28 8 u Julius _

reach the retail dealers Just as I the things that we needed. We safe convenient place on whichto ElAt Bile U L. T. & Co.'s Butler _ __

ii r : : ) t Record fresh as when they left the fields. have kept enough chickens to pro- dry them. When dry they are Lot Sub SBlk43LT.&Co.'s Division ---------2$ I U Lura 'Whitmore _

The only opportunity for loss is at vide eggs and meat for the family. ready to plant. Such diseases as Sub Division - --_____2$ S II Hoover Bros _
the fields themselves ripen- We have to little feed." Blk44LT&Co..Sub: _ __
where buy very angular leaf spot, anthoracnose, Dlvlalorf '
a r ---- ing sometimes takes place so rapIdly Mr. Turner said that they produce blackrot, and bacterial blister are NlAt Elk 46LT.&Co.- - ---------28'. 8 U A. 0, Jenkins -_ _
I
(The Hammond, (La.) Vindicator) loaded with 720 to 750 crates each that all berries cannot be packed vegetables and small fruits the treatment. Sub Division - ----28 6 sa 11. O. _
i ia by
prevented Lot 4 Blk 41' 4 T. Co.'. Pldord _____._
and Into of
of cooperation made up trains twenty-
1 .+ Thirty-eight years for shipment For the disposal for serving fresh and for canningto Corrosive sublimate Is a deadly Sub Division' 28 6 _
e : - ----- II -
between the Louisiana strawberry five to thirty cars that run on ex 3 lelk 48 L T.& Livingston, Truby"
g r of over-ripened berries, local can serve in season of scarcity. poison, and should be handed ac- sulot Cots ca.
{1)) schedules the northern .. .
)' industry and the Illinois Central press to ning has been developed to the Crops have been rotated In a way .cordlngly. To make a small amount Lot. II 6 Blk -C, N.- -J'-. Jones----- 8 23 Jim English _____
m 7'' ( < culminated during the 1931 markets. On their way, they stop _
1 system point of a profitable business of to provide a constant
supply as
of the solution one tablet dissolved ltJoB'l1- 6 II A. Ie.
I ; season In the profitable marketing again briefly at McComb for an considerable Lots S i ie ipiAii:28: Caranhae ______
r importance. nearly as of
possible plantings
; in of water is .
r of the on record. Approximately other ton or so of Ice to each car,, one pint suggested dltlon - ::, -------____Y8 a U Mr. O.
greatest M.
a'h tr a crop Picking for shipment takes place aged a few weeks apart have pro- For larger amounts one ounce o f: Lnt. 1 8 BIlL 3 Templ.s Addition Inman _'''_
1'' S.215 cars of strawberries once more at Jackson, Miss., for _____ ,
; In the field up until noon of each longed the seasons for vegetables.The the crystals be dissolved in - ------- 6 U D. E. Knight
were delivered to this rail the same purpose, still another may Lot 8 Blk 3 Tempi. Addition -_____ _.
day. The afternoon la devoted to Turner family takes advantage 7 1.2 af water. The solution __
-
t r } ,; road for shipment between March time at Centralla 111., and then at Inspection, packing In crates and of every opportunity to cut should gallons not be put In metal cpn- Lot 4 II 13Ik !Temples Addltlon d II Mrs. Cella Carter ______
a 24 and June 8 from the Hammond such other icing points as may be - --------.._ I 22 D. E.
l eat w, loading in the cars. Picker are expenses and save time. They plant talners, since It will react with the Lots 1 I 3 4 Blk 8 TempI' Knlllht -- _____ _
t'' district -alone. The total movement required off the Illinois Central paid on the "piece-work basis, sugar cane In the fall, and plant metal. Addition - ______-_..6 U D. E. Knight ._ .
: for the season was 5,219 cars lines. Free BIlL 8 __ ___
from a cent to a cent and a half apint beans or potatoes In the same rows, Temples Addition I
t I :(; of which 471 cars were shipped The distribution of the - - ----------28 8 22 C. L.
Peek _
11f411 : amazing according to the season and using plenty of fertilizer. The Lots 3 4 6 BIlL 7 Temle. __ "_ __..
4 from Mississippi Tennessee, Kentucky Luolslana strawberry production market. Most of the pickers return beans or potatoes mature before Addition -------------2$ 8 II-C. L. Peek __
and Southern Illinois In turn COFFINS & CASKETS Lots 6 7' Elk 7 Temples Ad. -__ _
provides revenue for rail- after the
i many : year year during the cane gets much size, and when _
as the north-traveling sun brought roads and handling agencies be- strawberry season are expert in ob- one crop is cultivated, the other Is And m Pull LIne of N 10 tftn5-l In- lot- -6-&:-B all lots 6. II E. W. Hayes __________

w li2+u s? ";r1; the cropping season closer to the sides the Illinois Central system. serving the requirements of the association too, without added expense. 4 7 Bile---------------5 9 Temles Addition -

,_rl,; ) markets. According to the market news service standards. Undertakers' Supplied Frael BIlL 10 A Templee Ad U D. E. Knight _---___

; The 1931 strawberry crop of of the United States Department With the close of the strawberry IMPORTANT TRUCK CROP AUTOMOBILE! HBARSKUwr Lotln i ,f ii--_-------U a ,II-C. L. Peek __ __ _'_
1'-t: 5,215 cars from the southern producing of Agriculture dated May 23, seaspn the fields are plowed for Addition
DISEASES PREVENTED BY .. dt11mfale 28 8 U M. R
Km*. tins beer Llddcn
Louisiana Est _._
_
fao, '4. areas on the Illinois Central 1931 crop to that date other crops, while the Illinois Central BIlL 11 Temple. _
1 DISINFECTION OF SEED Mnrlc* at vas I...*. prta**, Addition
_ __________U
8 II
note- had been billed to states Mrs. P. E.
represented a thirty-six Bailey _
System refrigerator trains undertake Bpeelal atttl* t. t.lrra._> Elk 18 &: lots I 6 10 11 11 13 _.__
worthy increase over last years the District of Columbia and Can- the movement of the green vegetable Gainesville ....... U Bile It Tempi. Addition -

shipments which totaled 3,034 cars, ada. The report shows that up to crops of Louisiana and southern I I truck crop seed, Fla.Just- Disinfecting before aEGlaTERED E..ALIiEa Lot. I Blk- _18_ Temples-----__Additlon ___. 8 32 C. L. Peek __________
they
;; or even the previous record year of May 23 distribution of cars was as Mississippi, at that moment! - ------___.....28 S 22 J' O. Prevatt ___
are will __
planted ___
prevent many seed- Lot. 1 I _
8
DEW1TT C. JONES 'Blk
I 1929, which totaled 3,829 cars. Further follows: Arkansas, 1: Colorado. 59; climbing to their peak. II Templ.-

t I ,, cause for satisfaction over the Connecticut; District of Colum- On June 8, the last day of the borne the diseases from developing on a'l'ARKIIIoII'r.ORIDA Lot.Additiong 11 11 13 Bile 2$ Tern- 6 22 J'. W. Edwards. _ ___
seedlings to Dr.
:: .L 1931 crop lies in the fact that the bit, 1; Idaho, 2; Illinois, 970; Indiana 1931 strawberry movement reported according O. pies, Addition _ ____28 8 II 0. L.
Peek _
F. _
Weber associate Lo ._
.: , bulk or 101 Iowa 121 Kansas S3 plant pathol 1 Blk 28 Tem-I... .Ad_ _
It was sold at fair ;
:mm It great ; ; the shipment of vegetables from - -
dltlon
> : : ::: : ::
1 !)'.t x v; 1' prices, the average being approxi I Kentucky 13; Louisiana,'1; Maine, Crystal Springs, Miss., and other NOTICID- Lots ia-4-Bile-"_''$ Tempi.' --- _" J. L. Peek __ ___-___

'' 1 mately $2.50 a crate for twenty- ,25; Maryland, 14; Massachusetts, nearby points of that great truck Notice I. hereby given that the folloW'ln described lands will be .old Lot Addition --_-____" ** T. n. L. Daugherty .___
at public I auction I 8 Bk 23"Temp _
the ,
on FIRST MONDAY I. Ad-
SEPTEMBER. i81. it being
four pints. It is! estimated that 278; Michigan, 375; Missouri, 337; arming area had reached a totalof the 7th day of said I month, before lh. Courthouse Door at tark.n/ Brad dltlon - _-' -_-----__ :HAftrv O. Mason _ ___ .____._ _
the total revenue to the 8,000 families Minnesota, 152; Montana, 12; Nebraska 8,864 cars, a business that was ford county, State of Florida, or .0 much thereof a. will b. necessary Lot.. 80 10 11 13 Bile 23 .' ___
in the Hammond district who 121; New 236" New to pay the amount due for taxes net oppo.lte the name together with the Temples Addition -----28 8 23 C. L. Peek _______.
Jersey .
; developed by co-operation on the cost of each sale and advertl"lnlr. C. A. FUTCFf, Tax Collector. Lot 13 14 Elk 23 Temples. _

participated }'n the strawberry York, 369; North Dakota, 23; Ohio, part of the Illinois Central system Lot Addition_ - -__-_____._88 8 23 Lola Peek Ferryman __
yield was more than $9,000,000. 278; Oklahoma, 50 3 Imllar Ta... Blk 24 Temles Addition -
; Oregon, ; s to that given to the straw-
De.rlptIOD aea. T. R. A. Owner .. _ __
Co.t. ____ 8 _3 W
------ R. Crosby ___.
Special Thanksgiving/ Day Pennsylvania, 352; Rhode Island, berry Industry. Lots 1'8 8 B\k\ 27 Temples I h _

In celebration of the bumper corp 45; South Dakota, 34; Tennessee, Com W'2 100 of fe NW"W ,of of NE tlE'4 cor of of Lot Addition 11 Blk -17_Temles_ ---___Ad___2g 6 22 ..T Mr*. Fronle Clemom __

ll, and its profitable disposal' the cit 10; Texas, 70; Utah, 11; Vermont,, NE% &: run S 245 ft W dltlon - _ 28 9 23 B.
-" A. _
izens of the Hammond community 7; Virginia, 3; Washington, 8 West .iYEJJ{ ; POISON is 100 ft N 2.5 tt E 100 to Lot 4 6 8 7 Blk 27 Temles Thomas ._
;
be8' _________88 8 23 Es..le Short _ __ ___ 8.11 Addition _ _28 _
observed a special Thanksgivingday Virginia, 8; Wisconslon, 164; Wyo- DEATH TO BUGS All III W'4 of SEy4 1:1: of Call ? All Blk 29 ex lot-irpeeTT' 6 22 C. L. Peek _ _

on Tuesday, June 2, when a ming, 13; Canada, 151- total of BUT NOT TO MANavages' Com St. on- _N_'line_ __of___N'V'____"___Of_111 8 22 m. D. Card .,.?______-__ 46.38 All Addition BIlL _ --__-_____*28 6 II-C. L. &: J. L. Peek _1
of 4,467 30 (13 lot) Peek'
program prayers of thanksgiving cars. Slc% on E side Church St. Addition
patriotic songs and an address Season Starts In March &: run Son said at 1711 ft All Blk 81 -(4-lotI_ -)--Peek's----"__2 8 23 C. L. &: J. L. Peek . .1 1
E sic tt N 176 ft W 210 )
1 i ,, by J. Y. Sanders, former governorof .The first car of the 1931 crop S Fish Bait Hill Be Used In ft to beg _ __ __ __ __28 0 23 E. lL Smith ______.____ 16.04 All Addition Blk 83 -(13- _lots----------2j 8 23 C. E.; &: J. I* Peek __._
Louisiana, was held at Columbia was moved out of Hammond on Spraying of Fruit Trees 8 A In NW cor ot Nly of Addition _ ) Peek's
,, theatre Similar celebrations took March 24. It sold at auction for Lots IIW'4: 1 8 of II NW 7'>Hlk/ ___8__01'111'____28 8 23 Oeo. 11. Well8l' _________ 8.11 All Blk 83 (14 lot.--)-Peek'---"-.90 8 33 C. L. &: J. L. Peek _.-1 1

place at the same time In other, $4.37 1-2 per crate of twenty-four Washington, Aug. 12-A spray Town _ ____________28 8 83 D. C. Jones ?_____??__ 14.14 Lot Addition." 2345071110118 28 6 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek -I I
'
parts of the district. pints, f. o. b. The dally loadings that Is sure death tp fruit-eating Lots Town II 7_ _Blk_ 18__Original____ U f Rlk 84 PMk'. add _IS 8 23 _
8 23 J'. C. Hunt ____________ 40.81 Lot C. L. &: J. L Peek -_!
4 A curious feature of the 1931 gained in volume until the peakof nsecta but harmless to humans Com 88 1-8 tt W of BE oor Peek'1367 10 Blk 35
: Louisiana 192 who eat the fruit is claimed by the of lot 7 Dlk 17 &: run N Lots Addition 28 < 22 C. L. &: J. L. Peek ._
strawberry crop is that cars on April 27, the biggest 1011 ftlye01-8ftS108ft 3 4 6 6 8 Blk 25 Peek's

(> o' although it exceeded the previous single day In the history of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. to Call Bt E 80 1-3 It to Addition _ --______28 8 22 F. L. Turner ______
v highest record crop, that of 1929, Louisiana trade. The previous peak It is the result of long research beg Original Town -----28 8 23 Mre. r. O. Maddox], : ,____ 116.20 Lot tlon 9 Blk 35 Peek'* AddU
and Com at NW Cor Call &: - -__----- ___28 8 23 Mamie ]M., .._
-- Ottrue
I by about 1,000.cars. It was pro day was in 1929; when a 125-car a world-wide hunt for an insect Walnut streets &: run W Lots 7 8 11 &: W4 lot 10

duced on a smaller acreage, and, movement was recorded. Through poison harmful only to in- to on Call strsel 149 ft a 1n. '"- Fracl Blk 88 Peek's Addition __28 ,8 23 C. I* ft: J. L. Fetk '
i 1 secta. a pt nf beg thence N lots of Blk* A &: B
t owing, to unusual weather conditions May 22 the average price was lOll It W 18 ft 1:1: 106 It Peek' Addition _ ___28 6 33 C. L. &: J. L. Peek. _
{ '' at a considerably lower cost $2.31 1-2 per crate as comparedwith Many insect poisons now in use, E 18 ft to beg -_ _i28 8 23 D'E. Knight ____.______ 20.89 Lots -1 :2 I 3 18 Blk B nl.Ing'a .-
: It not the explains Dr. R. C. Roark chemistof One hone. &: lot in-Bik" Addition : -___28 6 23 Mr. Cella Carter
was to -
necessary put fertilizer general average of $3.21 known a.. Starke louse Lot.. 4 e 9 11 Blk B Hl.lng' u

on much of the strawberry 1.2 a crate In 1930. The Depart ( the Department of Agriculture bounded N by Can .t W Addition - -------___58 6 22 Hoover Bros. . _
by C. L. Peek S Lots 11 10
ISY Rlv-
Blk
s land of the Hammond district this I IH ment of Agriculture said contains ingredients, such as ar- -, B Rising'Addition
report ere &: E by lot ot .1. 19: ', __ "_ ._
? year because the extraordinary that the total carlot shipments :jenlc/ ,:that are harmful to animals 'utch _ -___..-6 23.- D. E. Knlght'- _____ 61i.60 7 8 Blk-B-Ijieing'sAd------- -28ojsi 6 22 D. C. Jones __

dryness of last year resulted In the, through May 22 had an approximate and humans It taken in sufficientquantities. Residence Ig bounded lot on N W by side Call Dlk Ht li I 'w. ? ,'... Lots ditlon 1 3 Blk- C_ .1/ _----'--___oj> 6 23 John .A. Curtis! __.__-
1930 fertilizations value of . ..... pI! !l1.lnll" Ad- "
unab-
remaining
$7,494,700. It was 1'l by Sturke house &: W, '. dition J 8 _
sorbed by the land until the rains estimated that the season's yield The new poison, called rotenone H.( Hlver. S by Madison .. Lots 3459DIkCI1l.in's 6 22 J. C, Poppell ____- -
.
17 which about gets insects "coming and at W by Court St .x lot. Addition - -- -_2ft 6 23 . ___
came shortly before the was 90,000,000 pints. going. In NW cot Bold to J. R. I' .Lot.. 10 11 12 13 14--Dlk--- "C L. Morgan

.opening of this season. The sales of the Louisiana straw It kills them if they eat it, and Davis &: Long &: Richard ninlnif's. Addition -28 < 22 John A. Curtis _

t The history of the Louisiana I berries takes place at the point of also if It comes in contact with &Peek ex: _lot_ .old_ _to___Clara_____L_ All 1 HIk,011IJKLRI.- ,
28 8 23 C. L. Peek _ _______ 92,10 nn's Addition _ _____28 8 22 .._,
't their bodies -- Qeo. ir. Welter
+ strawberry Industry, now one ol shipment under the auspices of the externally. W 81 ft lots 8 4 Dlk 19orlg J.ot.. 1 2 S 7 Dlk Wynn's
the most various Scientists of the I town _________28 8 23 Dradfoa'd County Dank __ Addition ,
i t widely famed single crop associations of strawberry Department of ','EZ1\.2ftofW\ lot.34Dlk 288.60 Lot 4 Blk] 1- Wynn'V'Addltlon 2 8 23 II. F. D'emoresl _'

specialties in the United States, began growers of the region. The straw Agriculture, experimenting on 19.Orlglnal .town ------2$ 8 83 D. C.. Jones _________._ 11&.30 _ --- -28 0 23 W. E. Daug-hi-rty. _..r
In 1876, when the first small 1 berries are picked and put !In their themselves, ate quantities of the Lot 8 ex N IOy" ft of Blk 20 LolR R 9 10 Dlk 1 Wynn'S
Original Town _ _____28 _
23 Addition _
.8
Donlta E,
Jones _
_
9fl
__
38.45 _
patch of the luscious fruit was containers under an extraordinary powder deliberately but suffered Lou II 8 Ulk: 23, Original ? Lot 4 lllk 2 Wynnrs"Addi- 8 23 It. F. Demorest -

planted near Hammond. It Was discipline that la maintained no 111 effects. Lo1'D-k- 27-r Orlglnal----28 8 23 D. C. Jones ___________ 18.80 I tlon - --____________28 8 23 -_ Marie Lnxone: - _
nearly twenty however through The ingredients used in Free lots 13 & P Blk 2 I
be inspection and Town
years, standard! making 8 23
Unknown
______
;; Triiiki28 __ 8U6 Wynn' Addition _ ___ _
fore strawberry raising In the locality zation. Such care has been exec rotenona were discovered not ''by Ey\ of lot. 1 ; Com on 1-] side Walnut- 2g 6 22 'n. F. Demorest --
Original Town ____28 St
outgrew Its home market, cised In this self-Improved growers'and scientists but by primitive natives Lot.r4e&wyiuulal>> : \ - 8 2I J O. C.. Sweat &: Sisters __ 1.89 at .NW. .. cor Baptist par- '

the first carload lot shipment In packers' discipline that every of South America and the East In- Delf ex: 80 10x70 ft S tt of In NE lIIW cor cor _of_28 8 23 O. C. &: S E. Sweat ____ f5.3S "N"70 sr ft 'lilt W &210: run ft E to 210 Walnut ft

a refrigerator car being made In 'buyer In the United States and lies. The poison occurs In the rootsof !Ilk 211 a. extended on St thence S on said St

1833. Canada knows he can put implicit several tropical plants, especially n..ey's map & run S 91 to beg --_ __ __ ----_28 0 23 D. E. Knight _.._'
tt W SO ft N \\11 ft 1,I ao ft One Int of land bounded E
Railroad I'lujs Active Part faith In the grades and standards cube (pronounced coobbay) and to Deg - ___________.28 0 23 A. W Anderson _ ____ 28.29 by Tempo Ave S by Pratt
( i ; At the very beginning of the Indicated on the shipping bills. Its derria. Deg 80 ft 8 of NE cur of N AC W by Sand-rson Lane

+: ,, ", agricultural and colonization de an undisputed statement that I II a The natives use the poisons In JHk I.n..y'a: 29 amp as extended&: run S on III e1l;by 1 lot 100rit.uaratln28 8 22E.. W. Hayes _ -_ _

partments of the Illinois Central I Louisiana grower who evaded the fishing, making an extract of the I rewSOftN9lttrisoft SB cor _ _:._________
System assumed grade roots of the plants and to beg (19l: taxes) 28 8 23 A. W. Anderson ______ One lot of land bounded N
an active part In regulations would never be pouring t it Lot 2 ttlk J, M. Johns 19.50 hy nik 81 original Town

the development of the Industry. able to sell his products In the Into a stream. The poison, though I Addition _i28 8 23. Mary D. Moloney _____ 1.8 9 H & S by Ry &Wby: :
Experiments by the railroad's ag association auctions.A greatly diluted Intoxicates or stu- Lots Addition 6 6 Ink a-J. 1..J: i 28 One Tomp.on lot St _ _____28 8 22 R. :M. Sparkman -'_

ricultural agents demonstrated the Colorful Brine jerfles the fish so that they are Lot. --T-Bik-iii-j: 8 22 n. M. Sparkman ._:___ 4.32 of aWl1 105 oVsva 1 SD__cnr.._? a 23 E. W. Drlggers ..
peculiar Buyers easily n Addition --.. 8 U John R. One lot 6-4' ft by lob ft In
suitability of the cutoverforest from the principal dls captured. Loo 8 131k 34 J. il.J' i2 McKinley ____ 4U5 ,SB.cr lot Jiving 220
lands and climate of Louisiana ' trlbutlng markets of the United Eating the poisoned fish has no Addition _ _<_______2A d 83 O. M. Inman nt &: bound ft
to the small-fruit States UJ effects on the natives Lot. 8 8 nlk 88 J. M. Johns --------- 23,1 T ed N by Edwards E
culturethat congregate Just before the explorers l
Addltlon ____U Sanders by'M _
,; 8 23 St _
-- "- A. W. Anderson _
has now grown into an important opening of the season, pickers noticed, and this fact indicated to Lot. L 8 141k f1 J. M.: Johns _ -=___ 20.39 Deg at NW cor Bay-&-: Mad- a son

h feature of Illinois Central; come in from other points, there Is scientists that the poison might be Lot Addition.4..11.fur-1-L.__T.__&_:_Co.___'._28 8 U D. C. J'on. ..---- Ih88 W'Mon 330 etc ft &tn: rUn IJroadwAV N .los Clfc ft .

traffic from the South to Northern a great coming and going of farmers the kind they were seeking. Audition -'. W. aawarda __ H on said St -105 ft to
markets. and others "'who are concerned Rotenone can be used as the basis Lot 7 Rile 1 L. T. A Co.:> ---- .80 Madison 8t thence B on

Colonization agents became active In' the handling of the crop, cars of household/ insect powders, Lot Addition 6Blk5LT.&Co.'s_ _i.._____28 6 .23 C. L. Peek ________:, 8.43 Com said} 631 8t 14 303 ft W ft to of beg NW____28 6 23 -.Mrs..], Josephine lidaardt t

'4 'I In a campaign to Interest Northern are spotted on the yard tracks for animal powders, such as flea Addition _ .._______28 a 22 O. W. Sn.lIerove ___ of Pal'' &: Day St* &: run roe
farmers huge dusts, and for Bike C3 29LT.&Co.'s 7.88 N 320 ft to land of A.
In the to L.
oportunities quantities of crates and preparations kill
pack Addition _ ______28 a U Alvares thence
C. L W
of the Hammand district. The low ing material are assembled there plant lice and fruit-eating insects, Lot 8 Ink 14 L. T. A Co.:. .Peek, _, ___ 31.87 a 315 ft to Call St thence 121 ft _

prices that were quoted on avail- Is a congestion of trucks and other Dr. Roark says. LotlOBikl4LT&o's Addition - ________28 a 22 Annte May Bennett __ 15.03 also B on lot Call I of tl 113 f bounds: .
land
.
able land, certainty of rapid and vehicles, and Hammond takes on It Is believed the plans from Addition - ______28 8 83 Verna Lamb .John. ____ E by Edward. N by A. L.
reliable metropolitan airs which the poison Is extracted Lot 6 S 799BIk11LT. 15.03 Alvares W by
transportation with that for can Broadway
ten
specialized or "
&Co.'s Addition ______28 a 12 at & 8
Unknown : by Mr.
I service, and the unlimited twelve weeks make it one of the be cultivated In tropical countries Loua817a91011BIk _ _ ___ 14.80 & MI' Mitchell Humphery_ _
markets for all of the products of ,' most Interesting towns In the coun and perhaps In the southernmostparts Lot.TBIk19LT.&Co.'aAddltlon 17 L. T. A Co.:* Addition.28 a 22 n. F. Demore.t 15.03 One 8 lot of land 283- ft N--28&: e aa l\v. :)t. Edwards -

the region Induced many settlers try.The of the United States, mak- - _______.21 a 23 Mrs E. B. Bennett. .dbr:210 by ft r B ttsr.ot by \

to migrate to Louisiana.. The new- opening of the season is big this country Independent of Lot. 8 9 10 11 Bile 19 L. T.. I ___ 1.11 Sanderson Lane _ ___28 6 33 _, Ji W. Harrell --_
A Co.:* Addition _ ____ .Slilks. a 22
One
comers engaged in strawberry culture marked by the attachment of the outside supplies. 20 31 13 L. T. A Co.'s Livingston Truby. &: Co._ I.U lot; fronting Broadway .
first The Department of Addition ______28 8 St bounded N by old
as one of their first efforts express refrigerator car to an Agriculturealso Lot. 2466789301111- 22 C. L Peek __ use county Jail S by land M.
because It was a crop that yieldeda Illinois Central northbound passen- Is experimenting to see If the L. Johns known a. Kach !

cash Income within few months ger train. In a day or two the poisons can be produced synthe Addition18 8 U Co L. Peek _. elhfarf lace -____ ---28 8 23 Robt. P. Jones -..--
Bile.
Clt '
-- _
1,93 Park
Lots
1 2 13 of Blk 34 L. T. )
and required a relatively small shipments are heavy enough to tically. Co.'. Addition _ ____28 22 Unknown Lot Sub 4 TIvlslon -------5 32 H. B. Wiggins I ___
amount of machinery and equipment warrant special trains. Then the Lot. 0910WIt36LT. A _ -.-, 7,88 Dlvl.lon Blk j City Park Sub _
Cus Addition - _____18 a U Livingston ------28 a 23 Walte J'. Redman -
for handling.The strawberry "specials" Increase up DeSoto Farmer Lives Lots .4 5 Blk 37 L. T. A Co.:* Truby" Co. 1.11 Lot I BIlL 3 City Park Sub
rapid expansion of the industry to the peak day which Addition ____!SLots 1 U ... Division. _
this - A. ------------2*
year Starling _ _________ Lots II 8 33 E. W. Miller I ----
I
_ l 14 was aided by the special was on April| 27, when there were At Home Cuts Costs .7 BIle 27 L. T. A Co:. 14.14 I Sub Division' Blk I_ City_ Park ..
____ .
Addition .
- -a II 8.:1.: Lot -----28 6 23 Mrs.' E. K,1errymae
transportation service that was de- enough cars for 'six solid trains. Finds That It Pays Blk 30 ex lot 3 L. T. &: Co.. Coleman __ In :3 Bile 4 City Park SuDlvielon -

Then the number Addition _____ _..___IS 6 _ ___ Swe _rI
..yeloped immediately by the Perishable decreased gradually - U C. L. Peek Lot. 13 -- 8 23 Frank A.<
.. 14
19
30
i Blk
Lot. 1 13 13 14 Nik 81 L. 1:1: .as 8 R. N.
( Freight Department of the until the first week in June, (By Spuds Johnson) T. A Co.'s Addition ____28 6 II '- Co L. Peek Lot.Dowllnst'U Addition _ --28 23 R. F. Deraorest .__'-
} Illinois Central system This ser when the year's movement ended. Another Instance WH Blk L. T. A Co.'. Sub _ 1.65 BIlL 30 11 83 13 34 IS 18 .
where living at Division. __. ._____28 8 a R. N. DowIIDC'. Addition
II
It - no. -
4 vice consists of appropriate loadIng was officially reported that home has paid a Florida farmer Lot Bile 1 Lou I& 4 Blk Coz _ _ 7.19 Rlk 1 - ------ _...28 s.' 23 _- R. F. D.m or..t _
facilities, a huge fleet of refrigerator 24,500 acres of land were planted was brought to my attention last SLot4BIk11LT.&Co.'s Lots 7 Oa.kln'8 Addition -_39 8 aa _' Edward Burnsi - _
Hub Dlvl-lon __ .. I 10 In
.M .
to 1
: '4 cars Icing stations at strawberries In the Hammond week at Farmers' - L II Livingston Truby. Addition _ EV8l'Il' -
Week. Mr. A. D. Lot 8A1k1LT.&Ca's Ca_ 4,63 Lot. - ________11 I 22 R. H. Starkey _-
tiji i strategic points capable of Icing district of Louisiana this year Turner of Arcadia made a radio Sub> Dlrlslon _ ________IS II Eau Short _ and 1 half I 15 acre II lees In E 10 ft ,
h( 30-car: trains in a few minutes, anda which were several hundred acres talk on "making a living off of a W'4 Blk 13 U T. A Co.'* 1.11 of SEA of SEys I.NE.. E cor IG

close supervision that has made fewer than in several preceding Florida farm. He started on 64 Lot sub 1 Division Blk IiLT.&Ca's_ _ 18 1 U Ella Matthew. _ ___ U8 ft 81S-atlas- - -? ?21 8 23 O. C. Sweat __

the Illinois Central "strawberrytrtln" years. The record-breaking crop, acres of raw land near Arcadia 16 Lot.Sub Division _ __ IS 6 II Epbram Thoma" _ _ '.U .1 i I acre In In 8EV4 NE\;of of 8EH ft
ItBlk18&Eilft 8"I
one of the features of therefore, represented an extraordinary years ago and has mad a good lot S A 4 Blk IS lot. 1 3 known tbe Butch, .

t ?r American railroading. yield, which was due to living enjoyed It, and has given his and B 38 ft lots' S A 4 BIlL a 1-7 Place acrS.'iVUJ-. rrirV-s" a la H. A. Hooper.Bert _---

Trains Run on Express Schedule I the ideal weather conditions of this children the advantages of a high 1* U T._ -A-Co..?.*._Sub Division 21 U Annie Mack W by BUtoh Place TbVrdlvf
The can are Iced at McComb, year and the Intensified cultivation school education. All Bile 14 L T. A Co.:* Sub Coleman 17.71 bF Street t

Miss., on their way south to the which .U being increasdlngly practiced "We have 20 acres in citrus, use Division _ ... T U 12 .- Llvln..ton, TrnDy. Co. 1.1. 9 l.lne A In of IIW! SE4 coo? of or 8EU1.2 8 & miof Bogart _ "f

Hammond area with, approximately l In the strawberry areas, it about three acre for truck crop Lot Co.S. A Sub 4 Dlrlslon Bile 37 L._T. A JS 1 U A. O. SEI 8E14 &WIAofBEof 3

I3 five tons of Ice each. They are .having been remarked by growers and about 12 acres for field crops B Hub Div&elonL T. A Co.'* Jenkins _-_ -..... I.U I A h. -NW- cor .i of I II Mr*. V. Terrentl14ward -

I _38 II Llviag.tety Trsby i Ca 161i'f14'iuhy IIE AIAin. IIW eecof
NE]( .JC]( .__
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-- 1f S 12 Bare.S -

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BRADFORD COUNTY TJCUSQRAPD, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN Q'f I

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several things. First ef all TRAINsCliDgEffective --
I pUshes yards, thence West 8ftO yard thence I Jacksonville -- Ray Davis Garage '7 South Ilalige S3 E, 0 acres. ::II.'TER'IIIHLN' !
the land U leveled and will be easier North 880 yards, In Section; 25, and service station moved to The assessment of said property Hereby notice is given that un
By to handle in the fall. The cover Sunday, August 9th Township. Seven (71 South of Kange under the said certificate Issued was tier and by virtue of that certain final
schedule and Twenty (20) Kast, containing 108 9 East Ashley street. In the name of H. M. Trlest. decree of foreclosure made by A.
\ l y crop, which should be a legume, changes trains will acres more or less.J Unless. said certificate shall be redeemed V. Long Judge Pro line Vic, for the
will add large amounts of nitro run as follows: r,. FRAZEE, according to law tax deed Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit of
No. 107 southbound due Special' Maniac, NOTIfHIn will Issue thercrm on the 7th day of Florida, In and for Bradford county.
Starke
to the soil; thus lowering the Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial
gen 13. M JOHNS. September A. D. 1931. Florida I In Chancery' th'2flth
bradford
fertilizer bill. The bill for hoeing 10:40: a. m. Solicitor for Complainant. Circuit County Dated thin 6th day of August, A. day of July A. D. 1931.lt'lnO favorof
farmers 8219t9oruH .(. State of Florida. In Chancery. 1>. 1(31.
No. 1, southbound due Joseph B. Wilson as liquidator
Starke
In the fall wlU be less since much A. D. Martin (rnl. w ALDERMAN. for
Bradford: County Bank, '-
a '
oorpoiatlon -
. H. Nor- grass and weeds will be choked 10:35: p. m. :> OK APIM.ICTIOV FOR ComplaInant. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court ss complainant and against

I during out, and not allowed to go to seed. No.. 108, northbound, due Starke TVX DIcED: vs.Lucy C. Martin. siitflOTICl0.,. Bradford County FlorIda., John his wife Magyarl.. and Mary Magyar!,
defendants
5:39 Notice la that B. ItSapp n
here. hereby given
:
p. m. Defendant,
Friendly soil organisms will be nnd MaftliaSspp/ holders of It affidavit The said Special Master? .., will offer
I, f to re- conserved, and the added humus No. 2, northbound, due Starke tax certificate. No. 2K2. the 4th day the appearing hill filed In the abovestatedcause appendedto for sale In front of the courthouse.

1 best of valuable 6:10: a. m. of July, A. D., 1927 has filed said that the residence of Lucy C. > ] OK .\PPI.IC \T10FOU door In Stacks, Florida during the
I: will prevent the leaching certificate- my office and made Martin the defendant therein named TAX I>KKI: > legal I hours of sale between the
selling plant foods from the soil. AVunne BranchNo. application for tax d.ed to Issue Is unknown. and that defendant Notice Is hereby given that CecilR. hour of eleven A.1and Two
101 leaves Moore holder nf tax certificateNo. o'clock P. M. on Monday the 7th day '
crotalaria Starke 7 a. m. thereon In accordance with law. I* over the age of twenty-
Univer- Such cover crops as No. 102 arrives 2:40 HaI<1 certificate ";,mbrac.; the following one years; It la therefore ordered 874 the 6th day of August, A. of September A. D. 1931, to the
1 velvet beans, beggarweed and cowpeas p. m. described property situatedIn that said defendant be and she D. 192D\ has filed said certificate in highest and best bidder for cash, the , ,
Ex- be practicallyany T. J. Griffin, Agent. Bradford County Florida, to-wlt: Is hereby required to appearto my office and made application for following described property situated
during can grownon Beg. at Southwest corner of South-.! the bill of complaint filed in said tax deed to Issuw thereon In accordance In Bradford. county Florida, to-
lands in Florida. Discussingthe went quarter of Northeast. quarterA cause for divorce on or before Monday with law. Said certificate embraces with:
different cove? crops, he said Closing of Malls run Kast: 671 8-4 ft. North BOO ft. the 7th day of September.. A. D. the following described property The North Half of the :East Half
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2 cents Train: No. 107, south, 10:20 a. m. West 671 3-4 ft. South 803 ft. to beg iol!, otherwise the allocations of situated In Bradford County, the Southeast Quarter of Section .
that many growers had found cowpeas Section '84, Twp. 8 South Range 22 said bill will be taken as confessedby Florida to-wlt Thirty-four (34). Township Six (8)
Decera- satisfactory on light sandy Train No. 1CS, north, 5:20: p. m. East-11 acres.Tlve said defendant.It "Southwest quarter of Northeast Snuth Range" Twenty-Two (al) East
high- Night malls close 6 p. m. assessment of said property Is further ordered that this or' quarter Except 4 acres on East side i except therefrom Five (5) acres In .j
soil, but that all varieties except under the said certificate Issued dee ha published once. a week for & Southeast quarter of Northwestquarter the form of M square In the Southeast
spring the Brabham are subject to root Starke &: Bell Branch: was In the name of Unknown. four consecutive week In the Ilrad- Section: 8 1-7-.1-11 acres. i Corner. .
I At this Mall closes 7 a. nl. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ford County Telegraph a newspaper The assessment of said property J. I* FFIAZERB.
knot. Sudan grass was recommended according to law, tax deed published In said county and state. under the said certificate Issued was Special Master f:
sold In for low muck lands. He Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. will Issue, thereon on the 14th day of' This August 4th. ISlil. In the name of Mrs. L. It. Kalch.Unless . 1\(. JOHNS. ,
.. more September A. D. 1931. I 0. W. ALDERMAN said certificate shall be redeemed Solicitor for Complainant. \,
considered velvet beans guod for Blue Bus Dated this 11th day of August, Seal) Clerk Circuit Court according to law, tax deed 875194. .I
mar- nearly all types of soiL Crotalarla, Schedule A. D, 1931. U. 1\(. JOHNS fit ark.., Fla. will Issue thereon on the 7th day of '
| Southbound 9:31: a. m., 11:31: O. W. ALDERMAN, Solicitor for Complainant. September: A. I). 1931. NOTICE OV APPLICATION' FOR
he termed a favorite with ma.ny.but (Seal) Cleric of Circuit Court. g-T-tt-0-4. Dated this Bth day of August, A. TAX
DIcED:
a, m. 4:01: m. 6:31 12:14 ,
county
in. :
explained that it must grow p. p. Bradford County, Florida.1 D 1931. Notice I I. hereby given. That O. P.
of i a. m. g-14-5t-0.il. a. W. ALDERMAN Colson. holder of Tax Certificate No.
they rapidly or it may interfere with Northbound-8:50: a. m. 1:23: -- NOTICH OK APPLICATION FOR (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. 2l! the 4th day of July, A. D. 1927.
p.
I the next crop of truck. TAX DEmO Bradford County, Florida. has filed said certificate In my office
sold m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53 p. m., 4:43: a. )JNOTItH OK APIM.ICVTIOX FOU Notice Is hereby given, that Cecil: 8-7-61-9-4. and made application for tax deedto
R. ,Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. I
Issue thereon In accordance with
m.Tickets Notice la hereby TAX J>KK1/given> that Quo. :3RS. the 6th day of August, A. 1SOTICM OK APPLICATION FOU law. Said certificate embraces. the
three and Information at 1>. lU9. has filed said certificate In
Dairy OpportunityIn following described
A. ft Debbie Gardiner, holder of tax I TAX HEEl property situated
office and made
The Smith's Service Station, next to certificate No. 267, the 6th day tax my deed to Issue thereon application In accordance for. Notice- Is hereby given, that Cecil In Bradford county, Florida, to*
Florida EqualTo courthouse. August, A. D.: 1929 I. has filed *arJ I with law. Said' certificate R. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. wit
I' certificate In my office and made embraces 400( the Rth day of August A. Lot 3. Block 21, Ward City Sec
That: Anywhere application for tax deed to Issue situated the following In Bradford described property I>. 192!), has fllad said certificate In tion 8, Township 7 South Hang 20
the Kenansvllle Surveying under thereon In accordance with law. Florida' to-wltl County, I my office and made application for Ijast.!
I 1 Said certificate embrace the following tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance 'I'he assessment of said property
road No. 29 from Southwest quarter of N'orthwestquarter .
farm- Gainesville Dairy opportunityin way on Okeecho- descrlbenVprnperty situated Section 31 with law Bald certificate embraces under the said certificate Issued was

sea- Florida is not only greater bee county line to this place.St. In Bradford County, Florida, to-wltl I Unlive it 15. 40 actes.The Twp. 7 South the following descilbed property In the name of 12 J. Ward.

the been Augustine San Mat'co Garage Northwest quarter of Southeant assessment. of *(rld propertytinder situated, In Bradford County, Unless said rertlflaltss shall beredeemed
it has but'speaking
than ever
Florida
pre quarter of Southwest quarter section the said certificate to-wit: arcoralng to law tax deed
average conservatively, it ia as great as moved to new location at No. 21. Twp. 6 South Range 22 gust-10 In the name of J. II. Hanks.Unless Issued. was ;ttiixt, half of Southwest quarter of will Issue thereon on the 24th day of

con- It is else C. A. Cobb editor 201 San Marco avenue. aires.Th said certificate shall be re- Northeast quarter Section Ztf, Twp. August, A. \JII.iaY:
( anywhere .. assessment of salii prnpertvunder deemed according to law, tax deedwill South Hangs 23 H 20 A. Dated this of July, A. D.
of the Progressive Farmer and f the said certificate Issued was issue thereon on the 7th day of Tim assessment of said, property 1931.
that statedin In the name of Oeo. 11. Weller.Unless "September, A. D.. 1931. under the said certificate Issued was O. W. ALDERMAN.
Southern Rurallst recently .
In the of Lee Jenkins. ,
said certificate shall be redeemed tinted this Bth day of August A. name Clerk of Circuit Court,
hogs an address before the Florida according to law, tax deed D.19S1. Unless said certificate I shall be redeemed IR..nT1radford County, Florida.
BeauiflflesInstantly will Issue thereon on the 14th day O. W. ALDKRMAN: accordInw. to law! tax deed 7-124-6t-g-Sl.
are State Association 7th
Dakymen's ,
i will ISHIKI thereon on the day of
< of September, A. n. 1931. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court.
L para- meeting here during the annual Pate this. 12th day of August, A. Tlradford County, Florida. September.! Dated jNh, 1931.duy of August A. NO..rm OF A PPI.IC \TION FOR

feeds Farmer's Week at. the University. D. ItCll. 8TBt94.1SOTICI3. D. 1931. TAX IMOKI:
a. W. At.Dt nMAN ------ Notice Is
that R. J.
sum- In part, he said: (Seal) Clerk of Circuit foutt, O. W. ALDKUMAN: Davis. h.reblglven,Certificate
(Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. ,
sor- "Butterfat In Florida Is bringing Bradford County, Kla. OK APPLICATION' FOIt Bradford County, Florida. No. *70, the flth day of August A.
'pea. times what 8-14-Bt-O-ll. TAX nli.1UNotl'e : 8i.7-Bt.0-4. 1>. IDltx, has filed said, certificate In
one-and-a-thlrd Is
I hereby given, that L. R my office and made application for
make a dairymen In the Middle West are OTK-H OK APPMCTIOV' FOR Oalney, holder of tax certificate tax deed. tcv Issue thereon in accordance
Ni.! 00. clay of August, :\O"'U'.l OK r.l.KCTIONT '
( grazing receiving for theirs. The long TAX UIKI: A. t). .ht.ha.GWI.: .. said certificate IT. C.: Wall, iimyor of Starke with the law. Said certificate embraces

keeping haul from what we now regard as Notice Is hereby' given, that hErs. In my office and made applicationfor Florida, by virtue of authority vested situated following described prop
erty In
i M I.. Wattersou holder of Tax Certificate Bradford county,
tax deed to Issue
thereon
In In law
do
aaaorditnce me by hereby call
the great dairy regions Is an advantage No.. SB4. the MM day of An with law.. Said certificate election to he held. the hall an Florida, to-wlt:
at
I gust, A. ]>. lt 2l>r has filed said certificate embrace the following d"'rlb..drol'I'.ty In city Lots I. 2. S, II. T, of Block .4. Lincoln
the aforesaid the
economic by
system of incalculable city qualified
In my' office and made application situated. In Bradford County City Portion 82, Township 6
voters .
there
on Tuesday
Sep
but for tax deed to Issue theiwoii South: Range 22 East:
significance, particularly so longas Florida, to-wltt: tember 8th, 1931 for the
purposeof
( much Florida Is In the market for In accordance with law. Said certificate Lot: ,* 1 2 11 12 of Oik 20 In Ward electing the following officers under The assessment of said property.
embraces the following descrllmd the said certificate Issued was
City. "Section 8, Twp. T South Range One Mayor.
\ worms some $25.000,000 worth of dairy property situated In llrad- 20 !! Two Aldermen. In the name of Hannah Hoggs.

that -not at ford County, Florida' to-wltl IThe; assessment of said property (ins Clerk Treasurer and Tax Cclloctor. Unless said. certificate shall be redeemed
products are grown Rendersan 11.1112 ft. W At 223 :3-10 ft N under the said certificate Issued was according: to law tax deed
home, as Is the case at the moment. from Southeast cor. Section 19 lit the name of 'P. A. Crosby. One Tax Assessor.: will Issue thernon on the 114th day
irresistible soft loveliness N liB ft B 420 fl01 112 ft W 420 of August A. D 1931.
The fact that Florida has no winters pearly run Unless said certificate shall be re- One Marshal.
that will add years of youthto ft to hew In Southeast quarter of deemed according to law tax deed Inspectors of snld election! T. N.Kendrkk Dated this 16th day of July, A. D. ,
no tuberculosis, no reason for Southeast quarter Seitlon 10 Typ. 7 will Issue thereon on the 7th day ofSeptumher 1931.
The effect It. 8. Humphrey, 1" A.
your appearance. : tiniith flange 22 ISast.rhe O. W. ALDERMAN
expensive outlay of equipment that A. 1>. 1931. Scott.In .
! so delicate and natural, the use 01 'iiHxeHMment of said" property tinted this Bth day of August, A. Cleric of Circuit Court,
testimony hereuntosubscribe
whereof I
she can have pastures from Christ a toilet preparation cannot be de under, the ald: certificate, Issued was D. 1'Jlll (1'1.,1)' Bradford County, Florida.
inline nnd 1 the *
mv cause
to Christmas and an In the name of I.* II. Hedenbauith.Unless . o.V.. ALDKRMAN 7245t.21. :
I mas can grow tected. Lasts thruout the day seal I of the said city to be affixedthis
maid certificate shall b. redeemed (Sonl) Clork of -
Circuit Court
crops abundance of feed the FlorIda tha 4th duy. of. Auicusf, A.I..
places without rubbing off, streaking or acroidlnv law tax.deedwill Bradford County, Florida 1031. NO'.fCFJ OF APPI.ICVT10V' FOR
I dairyman in a position to show showing the effect of moisture.OOURAUD' Issue thereon on the 14th duy 8-7-51-9-4. If. C. WALT TAX IMOKU:

,I'f'.I"[ ad- continuous profit and progress If of Si'plumlier A. I*. 1931.Dated A (1'1".1)' Mayor of Stark, Flu. Notice' In hereby given,, that R. .1.
| Week this 12th day of August :%..'ilClS' OK tppr.iriTiov' Foil 8-7-6t-9-4. Davis, holder. nf Tax Certificate No.
he measures up to his opportunityas D. 1931. TAX SlIcED 241 H, the nth day of' August, A. D.
of the O. W AT..DRRMAN, Notice Is hereby that 102H, has filed saId certificate In
. a manager. OR1ENT4l (Seal) Clerk of Circuit, Court, given, Julia SIIM'rlsIt's' CainNotice mie.iTioe
Allieit, holder of tax certificate No and made application for tax
: Is hereby given that und..ran.l
He further commented that the CREAM 8-14-61-9-11.Hradford County, Florida. 271, the Kth lay of August A. I). by virtue of that. certain final, deed to issue. thereon In accordance
why cattle tick the greatest menace to mzH has filed said certificate In my decree of foreclosure made by the with law Sale certificate embraces '

this the industry, is rapidly being Wh..... Flesh and ......., Chsdee SIOT1CB deed ufrii-a. to and Issue made thereon application In accordancewith for tax Judge Circuit of of the Florida Twenty-Sixth, In Chancery Judicial Sitting the.situated following In Bradford described county property Florida,

to be In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial law. Maid certificate to-wltl .
crowded off the Florida map. The embracestha In the Circuit Court for Bradford
had Circuit, Bradford County, following described property county Florida the 28th I Acre beg at Southeast corner
hand- on day
state has suffered the
always MtHTKIfSHereby MILlS State of Florid. In Chancery.W. situated In Bradford county, Florida, of icily A. b. in favor of TUB of West half of Northwest quarterof
f "Af- icap of poor producing cows, which notice Is given that under n. I to-wltl I FrcOHItAb J.N; ; HANK OF CO- Southeast quarter A run North
fight- have and and by virtue of that certain final p'Yinant. Lots 2 anl A, Dlk. 13 Lincoln City:! f.lJMIIIA, a corporation, 140 yards West 70 yards Mouth' 140
proven expensive profit. decree of foreclosure made by the Section 12: Twp. 4 South Range z1, and against. If J. as complainant suite, East: 70 yds to beg. Also Com.
i our less. However, there are dairy Judge of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial. VlrurlnTa Rf. WIlliam., 13. I):!. Cox, j his I wit. ,. J. II. Moore; Cox, James May 140 yde North of Southeast corner
it's an herds as can be found. No greater Circuit of Florida In and for Brad Defendant. The assessment of said property: I llannan, as ;Executor, of the estateof of West half of Northwest quarterof
ford County, In Chancery Sitting on It appearing' by affidavit appendedto under the said certificate' issued was Mrs Itosa I.. Ilannan deopased.and Southeast quarter A run North
grow tribute can be paid to the progressof the 13th day of August A. D. 1931 the bill filed In the above-stated In the name of A. J. Williams. the Lawtey National, Farm,. 27 feet West 36 feet South 17 feet
[ burn dairy thinking In the 'state he In favor of Cl. B. Colon, as complainant cause that the residence of Virginia Unless said certificate shall be red..n..d Loan Association, aurporatlon N S& feet to beg In Section 82 Township -
and against Moyers Houghand M. Williams the defendant therein according to law, tax deed, defendants a v as a South' Rang 21 l a.t.
and said, than to point to the fact that Ethel A. Hough his wife et al, named is unknown, and that defendant will Issue thereon on the 7th day of The undersigned. as | cheap- more than 2,000 selected Jersey defendants. Is over the age of twenty. "September,I'Grh 1931.': ter will offer for sale In front of under the said certificate Issued was
for The underslg'hed as Special Master one years; It Is therefore ordered listed lay of August, A. the courthouse In In the name of L. C. Boggs.
iloor Starka Flor
cows along with the finest of other will offer for sale 'In front of the that said defendant be and she D. 11131. ida legal hours, of, sale Unless Maid. certificate shall be re
breeds, were brought into the state Courthouse door In Starke, Florida, .Is hereby required to appearto Q. W. ALDERMAN, .w r.lntyet; hours of eleven A. M., deemed according to 'law tax deed
during the legal hours of sale, to- the bill of complaint In said cause (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court and two o'clock f. M. Will Issue thereon on the 14th day
last year, along with many good wIt, between the hours of eleven A for divorce on or before Monday the Bradford. County, Florida. the 7th tiny of September. on A.Monday D. 1931 vf August, A. I). 1931.
Is good bulls. At the same time over 2,000 M. and Two 1>. M., on Monday. the 7th er.e of Meptember, A. D. mi.. 8.7-&t-0-. I to the highest and best bidder for, Dated this 15th day of July, A.
thous- of 7th day of 'September. A. D.. 19J1. to'' the allegations of said cash the fololwlng described D. 1931.
f acres permanent pastures were the highest and hest bidder for cash will be taken as confessed by said "'ru:.] OK APPLICATION' FOIl property situated In Bradford O. W.. ALDERMAN.
county -
so, on seeded. In these two moves a solid the following described property defendant.It TAX BEnD Florida, to-wlti Clerk of Clruult Court
neglect I foundation Is being laid under the situated In Bradford County Florida Is further ordered that this order Notice .Is hereby given, that Cecil The South Half of the Northeast '(Seal) Hradford County, Florida.
: to-wit: be published once a week for It. Moore, holder of tax certificate quarter of the Southwest 7-m-ot.il.si.
en- dairy of the af Northwest of four consecutive weeks In the Bradford quarterand NOllC'ia 4>P APIM.IOATIOV'
industry state. Beginning corner No. 8111. the 6th day of August, A. the North Half of the Southeast FOR
year Section 25 and running East 435 County Telegraph a newspaper D. 1028 has filed said certificate Quarter nf the Southwest Quarter of TAX DICED
[ yards thence South 440 yards thence published In sitld. county and state. In my office and made application Section Twenty-four 24), Township Notice Is hereby given that R. .f.
It run Ocala Construction underwayon went 435 yards, thence North 440 This Aug. (TTh, 1931. fur tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance Five (6) South, Range Twenty-two Davis, holler. of tax certificate No.
drainage canal leading from yards to point of beginning. Alsobeginning O. W. ALDERMAN with law. Said certificate' ((22) Kast. 229., the 4th: day ot August, A. D.
at the Northwest cornerof (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, embraces the following described J. I FRAZEHJ.FL 1924, has filed said certificate In my
In the I Lake Weir in southern part of Section 25, and running Bast 490yards ,. Tlradford County, Florida. property situated In Bradford count Special* ""Urflollrimr . office and made application for tax
Marion county, to Tiger Den thence South 440 yards, for a R M JOri.NH. starke. Kla.Solicitor Florida to-wlt: M. JOHN* deed to Issue thereon In accordance
point of beginning" and, from thencerun for Complainant{ worth 210 ft. of Northeast quarter for Complainant.. with law. Said certificate' embrace
accom Swamp. Kndt HHO verde thence Month HBO R.7. t-D.4. nf Holltherest quarter Hm-llmi. 84 Twp -7- t.D-4. the following de"crltled.rop. rty sit.

-= .=. !uat.d.In!. Bradford county. Florida
; ::; : ..;,- to-wlt: -
THING STREET'z B1F i Southeast quarter of Southwest.
ON MAIN VanZelm quarter Section 85 Township t South
Langs 22 Kast., 40 acre.
Thsa of said
ssevsment property
/, 'VN under the said certificate I Issued was
: In the name of Elms Moore.
LOOK* LW' \ 'ii Unless said certificate shall be
r.-
l I TMAT! 6TATuE5 car I ; deemed. according to law, tax deed
; 'N It will Issue thereon on the 24th day
QUIT! A TbCMOLDON : A j J L1I MY ) of August, A. I). 1931.

I ;'LMJR. 1'1 \ N Dated this 15th day of July, A. D.

I- _ __ _ I 1931.
ILL,) 71 \ i (I. W. ALDERMAN.

TO H UALL BUT I Clerk of circuit Court,
) u/I yJ-7 Bradford
c \ ', "s4,,_ I MAit1 County, Florida.
/' 7-24-Jt-l-Zl.
c a:1:1: ;! F- _ _ _
: : \ _
1- HO'flCK TO URIITOII! AND CHEHITOI1I .

.
' 5 S., \ I creditors Notice .legatees. hereby, distributee given that and all

I I all persons having claims against
: .. _ the estate of J. W. Alvarea deceased -
I are hereby required to present
d ) % their claims, duly authenticated, to
\ _ the Hon. Oeo. A. Gardiner, county
judge of Bradford County Florida,
-5 (( -;: I- for his approval within one year
; from date hereof or this notice will
b* held In bar thereto And all per.
sons Indebted to said estate are retuestsd .
: to pay their said debt
a forthwith to the undersigned. 4

Thl 3rd day J. M.of July Al'/AR9JZ A. T) 1131.

I.:. D. WAINWUirjHT,
Executors. Estate of J. W.
&,:.-- --- 7-S-t-S-I Alvares,. deceased.

... .
-- - ----- -- NOTICE TO Klrrni49. ANU CitED.

; ;J By Charles McMdntisyou ---; creditors Notice Is legatees hereby Erotic, distributees given. that and all .'

all persons having claim against '
the estate of Anna O. Murrhee, deceased

MIP4E. I DOL-L. RS ,-to : '" .)\Jr I 1 (boP4'rI you T..I.... F'oIJR their, are hereby claims, required duly authenticated to present

OouGItV ;, I DOL.L-II.R': W"'-. TOO to the lion fleo. A. Oardlner,
J t """ '. county judge of Bradford county'
: Muc.H: "0 PAY FOR HiM Florida l for his approval; within one

y. 3 1 fear from date. hereof or this no-
.
__ will be hM. In bar thereto And l
all persona Indebted to said estate "
7 are requested to pay their said debts
) forthwith to the undersigned. \
) This 3rd day of July. A. D. 111.
N. I). WAINWIliaUT:
Admlnstrator, Estate of Anna O.391038. .
Murrhee. deceased

__ NOTICH TO ORHTOIt Irons AM> CREU.

Notice U hereby given that all
creditors legatee... distributees
I : ...' '. and all person having claim
2 against the estate of Enoch Orlffls.
deceased, are hereby required to
present their claims. duly authenticated
to the Hon. Oeo. A. Gardiner,
county Judge of Bradford county
Florida, for hi I. approval within one
year from date hereof, or this no-
Ice will. be held In bar tberete. And
all person Indebted to said .stat.
are r.qu..t.d to pay their said d.bt.
forthwith to the undersigned
This Ird day of July A. D. 1511.
C fleM MAM1EJ f ORtPFIS.
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1 AdmlnlitratrU. Estate of Enoch. ,'
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7-3-1-1-21 Qrlffl, deceased.I .


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PAGR! EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SIAKKE.' FLORIDA FRIDAY, ,

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entitled, "What Every Young Husband munity for a greater Putnam as nent population

Bradford County Telegraph ther-pe Should Know." Herewith we has never before been planned.It Real Estate Men tlement." was through their;

A.. I From I yank out a couple of pages and< Is not so much, our ability to "Measurable progress 114

!t Established 1877 give them to our male friends first do as it Is our determination to 1931,! but mUch Wa
tom
its } bV handed Just to show that we know erase our old differences and come Can See Good In tO'make Florida'remalllS. tax

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Dumb Dora says If the tax on Intangibles two or three things about the cull together for one single purpose-a most equitable and 'Y81trc.
the
P'' i' Florida Is levied on things she nary art; greater and more prosperous Put the country. We fatr.
Starkc
( lIE Matter at the Post Office at wOuld
; does not wear, her name will be in POACHED EGGS; First look in blessings many other community Legislative ActsMeredith other taxes levied In rather

# the delinquent tax list next year.- the Ice-box for the 'eggs. There will come forth with this than to restrict dltTerent
t i $. E. S. Matthews ____________..______ Owner and Publisher Umatllla cut' yourself a one achievement. taxing real Florid,ifoIIt1
won't be any; so estate to .
I J. C. Robinson ___________________ -___ Managing Editor Tribune.o piece of cheese, and paste it be- Building new road and new ; aald. death,
will not alone make Put- and Rose Point to SeriesOf
the auto tags In
Quite appropriately tween two soda crackers with mayonnaise t bridges addition to further
?' { SUBSCRIPTION RATE next year will be as nearly a gold I and band it to the family nam county an agriculture producIng Laws Beneflttlng Florida relief, they mentioned real

color as Ink will make them.- cat. She'll probably bite you, but center, nor a trading center, Real Estate not fulfilled during alllOlle

t Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Starke Telegraph. And with that's what you deserve for wanting for this is a matter entirely In the past; more economy the aeulq
IF'' black Herald. ,hands of the people. Co-operation Taxpayers received definite ben measul'a
borders.-Perry solldatlon
,i Advertising Rates on Application poached eggs.CHICKEN of places for
f 4r S -- Two weln- I and a definite program efficiently efits from enactments of the 1931 taxes, better paY1Dt'!
SALAD:
assessment
executed Is the salvation of this or Florida legislature according to the bill
Starke is the 89th city In Flor- slab of roast beef, one old to simplify and
ers, one
It's always a dry raid, but they're after wet goods. Ida, according to population, remarks Brazil nut, two tablespoons of.lard any other county, when things are Florida Association\ of Real Estate mortgage foreclosure reduce to ttt:
should
not as they be. Boards. In'a statement sent out
Just capital,
n the Starke'Telegraph. and one of shredded wheat. and passage
r pone To arrive at the goal of better by Paul O. Meredith, executive secretary Land of the

P FS # r t n Of special interest to youngsters!-'one more week of va- where think a of man the can other drop small dead places In the wash Grind down up with with an lIsterine.egg beater and conditions must most assuredly of the state realty organi transfer Registration of title to real Aa >knoLh,

.come from a continued manifests- zation. The following bills were estate,
and It will take six i guaranteed
cation. postoffice : yearsto FRYING BACON: Place stripsIn possession
tlon of at the listed. under,
optimism inspired .
tern
find hlm.-Lake City ReporterThat's skillet and turn stove switch to comparable to the
o community day meeting yester- Series of new revenue bills total- autea!!)
title
at town. I
a dirty dig some the medium mark; look in the system.
when he is only .ling 11 which made It possible to
i Mere man thinks he does the proposing o bread box to hunt bread knife, day.Let's .
not let that spirit diet reduce state real estate millage
-i'. + doing the talking. Easy divorces will soon make 1 It slice bread and fetch butter, chip I from a probable 25 to 4.7-8ths and POLITICAL ANXoTxI : : CE,
necessary to demand an abstract off pieces and decorate the bread
__ LIVEN in counties an of -
o with the wedding license to deter- with it, then pause to look at bacon Ipll1lage average take this method

1, There are lots of athletic girls these days, judging from mine If the contracting parties are and discover, It has burned into FOR 36 TRACKS 10.Bill to permit of past the voters of the city of of adv
free of all encumbrances.-Starke small black,Wads,' whereat It will payment that I am a SL
displayed. due taxes In five annual candidate for
t sport togs Telegraph. Which really might be an excellent..Idea to go downtown delinquent tlon to the office rn
Fifteen Counties to Hold ElectionsOn of clerk tri
installments at 8 cent ,
S bowl of chili anda per provided
o work to slow up divorce business and order! < and tax: collector
,
Racing of Horses and DogsPermits current taxes election
1 are paid.
'At rate it would be worth of coffee.LEMONADE.
'i any a cup ber 8th, 1931.
It is comforting to know that while gasoline keeps going rial. Bronson Journal. Bill requiring at least 50 per cent I will aPPrtt
:: Use six lemons your suDoort.,. ,.
tOl
to operate 15 horse
race of registered freeholders to take
up, shoe prices are still declining. Y. each glass of. water; the wife will 13t.
r associations and 21 dog race associations part In bond elections to make : C ARight .
'"' Perhaps we will yet see filling It's silly and extravagant, but 13
t ,{ r oStarke's say have been granted by the them valid. -
dry
stations giving away automobileswith i.nsist that she taste it; then force -
with outstanding Florida Racing commission, according State appropriation bill cut over of
record
baseball club is making a way being cleats
: every purchase of ten gallonsof from her an admission that It really -
1 i to'announcement late las
under last biennial
$2,000,000 a yean Construction of state
1 a i; clubs in this section of the state. gas,-Starke Telegraph. Or perhaps la lemonade. week. Applications of five horse levy and state officers salaries :from Kenansville to road lh
ii the state dace and WAFFLES We the fam- Fort Dm,
racing : employ
A -r. 0 -. tracks and 13 dog tracks were de cut from 10 to 20 per cent. Arcadia Municipal
betting has been legalized, will pus 3-of-each" theory to this moat
Bill authorizing acceptance of camp Improved.
I'y.' Bananas are cheap in local markets, but you. can get a give coupons with every gallon and delightful dish-three handfuls of nled.All permits must be ratified by; bonds delinquent interest coupons, Hollywood Street

: wagonload in Baltimore for two bits. hold drawings every so often to roach powder, three pieces of: county elections in each of the 15 or other delinquent obligations of meats planned. imp

I1? ,t rive an auto as a premium in order okra, three teaspoons of red pepper counties from which application counties, districts of munclpalltles Miami Beach -
o 16 stimulate the buying of gas, and three level teacups of Ly Alexander W
were made. Elections are to be at at par in redemption tax certificates ton, automobile manufacturer j
sand get plenty of into the din E. Pinkham's vegetable com- ,
?. S Probably one reason why sun-tanning is so popular is the 'treasury money the expense of the permit holders. : or payment of delinquent tax chased residence at 5848 North
d from the tax.-Bronson pound stir for three minutes and
9 a P Q ; Horse
race permits were Road for
granted consideration
:y ease tan and dirt blend into each other. ,Journal. place mixture In a roasting dish, for es.No of$71
meetings In Dade Duval Winter
foreclosure of tax certificateson Garden Griffin,,,
I Kt! -o-- I place dish in i the oven and leave Hillsborough, Palm Beach Brow rolet
-tF--- homesteads until four years after Motor Co., filed articles
The air is filled with statements it for and'then
three minutes,
a ard, St. Johns Santa
; Rosa, SemInole date of certificate. corporation.
This country is still democratic-the social standing of of legislators explaining why this sprinkle gently..three times with and Pasco counties. I
Dog race Bill Hollywood
4 was not done and why that was bay rum. It won't be to repealing law taxing city -- Foundation
hot dogs has been upheld by a court ruling. necessary permits wire granted for meetings apartment houses BO( cents built for two-story
Michael
)lone during the session. Not a few serve while ,hot,/for it'll, stay hot, In Dade, Duval-.- per (((1
Hillsborough, room and 25 cents building 202 North
a-- per bath room. Ocean;Dd
of these
who spent most of the for quite a spell. Palm
Beach Sarasota, Clay, SemInole -
Bill Sulphur Springs
vacating plats of subdivisions New, ,
The Massachusetts doctor who directed his account booksbe summer here have expressed their COFFEE: One double-handful of; PlneUas Santa Rosa, Ea including street and desIgnations bf paving on state road No.
alley 5
ntentlons of remaining at home coffee to each of water in
I} burned after his death, knew human beings. next time. Some evidently realizIng Kress per lator,cup place percolatoron cambia Flagler,counties.St. Johns, Volusla and for tax purposes only. tween this place and apex t

Of that they have no chance of reelection stove and turn switch to "on." SAT Beautification work authorized Florida avenue and Road Jf,

while others feel that the Sit down with magazine to wait for for state, counties and cities, also merge, completed and opened)
Taking tip from cigarette ads the Inverness Chronicle\ TUB GAIETY, STARKE beautification of waterways. traffic
a experience here once will be enoughto \coffee to perk; glance up occasIonally -

advises to keep? kissable by eating limburger cheese. last them a life time.-Tallahassee to see If it is perking; itwon't Two exceptionally- fine Bill authorizing gift of 324,000

Dally Democrat. be; read every story in mag- talkingpictures acres of state owned land in Dade,

ar, o o- azine, yawn, toss it aside and take Theatre. are booked at the Gaiety S Monroe, and Collier for establishment -

Attorney General Landis holds look at coffee. It still Friday and Saturday of of Everglades National Park. GAIETYTHEATRE
t Editorial writer says the small town belongs to the final won'tbe this: week, the funny comedian,

i farmer. If it wasn't for the farmer there would be no small that any Florida statute based on perking, so help yourself to a Jack Oak Ie will be seen as the fee sale New of "blue securities nfcy"in bill Florida regulating, with
population figures but passed asa drink of water, milk or lysol-!it ture In "The
Gang Buster The
general measure while local in doesn't make any difference to Mr. most heavy penalties for selling worthless -
towns.'o hard boiled criminals take
k ; nature is unconstitutional. Many Kress. You didn't pay but: 50 Oak Ie for a ride-and he likes It. stock. ALL TALKING
;' socalled population bills were passed cents for the darn thing, and his Oakle Part of gas tax to bejused for ea- STARKE

|i r'|? The state of Washington classes frogs.as fur-bearing animals ! by the 1931 legislature as well as theory is that, you get, what you as, tips a gangling his hat to lad the from Arkansas adjacent' : [

fi while Wauchula frog hunters declare they belong to the by previous legislatures, the acts pay for, which la correct enough. ing monarch of the underworldand reign .
applying to counties of certain population These are only a few of the num' Tenancies are "at sufferance" Friday & Saturday
f, hop plant family. according to the last fed erous receipes ,from our book things start,to happen.For I unless in writing. Jack Oakie
Monday and
.- i --o eral census. Judge Landis, while We'll be glad to mail a. complete week, a big feature Tuesday, next Local units of government may In

rendering his opinion in answer to copy to any one for 21' cents, you cannot af Issue refunding bonds over 60 year
or
,If you want to reduce eat grapefruit, doctors advise. If a question regarding the constitutionality two for a half dollar. ford Marlene to miss, Victor McLaglen and period. "The Gang Buster"Monday |

you have a stiff neck and want it limbered up try eating a of a particular act, saidIt '-o-- of Dietrich the In "Dishonored"A Appropriation for 8 months -

half with a spoon. i applied to all alike.-Tallahassee Better Inter-Community Relations<< charm story of one woman cunning pitted, daring against and school in every county. & Tuesday"UISiI01N'OREU" ]

Daily Democrat. Walter W. Rose, chairman
(Crescent City Journal) a horde of of thee
scheming
men. This t \
0 ---0-- The formal legislative committee of the asso-
opening yesterday of
of
Miss
one Dietrich's
,
Where would Florida be if some inventive cuss put a Caught Dig 'Un With Filer State Highway No. 28, between As a special Inducement best pictures., on ciation Tallahassee and Mr. Meredith were In Starring
I. i Editor Robinson of the Starke Florahome and Palatka, togetherwith during the session rep
,: gadget on automobiles that would permit distillate to bused e Telegraph, wants to know what we the new bridge spanning first Tuesday show, next Aug. 23, after the resenting property owners. Victor McLaglen an

in place of gasoline? Lake county editors are' going to Dunn's creek, accompanied by ..acountywide a genuine diamond and before the second, "Real estate Is Florida's great- Marlene Dcilrich
ring will be
do about the fellow in his town who given est asset today and unless other
community gatherIng away. This ring la A two Reel comedy will ben
guaranteed
o caught a 10-pound black bass and a should mark forms of wealth absorb their fair
coming togethern !by the '
management to with each picture
After viewing some of the colorful flapper pajamas pa[one and one-half pound speckled closer relation one Putnam !pine cut white diamond be with a gen-a share of the taxation burden, FlorIda And the Diamond Ring t1""

rading the. streets, our advice to the wearers would be to pair pearch of at the same time with a community to another. white gold mounting. So brine cannot attract a new perma- away Tuesday night)

' pliers. Well Robby, old Not only In word and nrnlaa__,.__
stay away from roaming cattle boy:). we'll have to let it slide. We should, thlli"Inter.communlty your will coupons Tuesday night, you 'was correct In the assertion that Western Electric Sound S
spiritbe like the
picture "Dishoonred." the law did not become II
fish differently down here. We revlved-rbut In fact. The old inoperative PRICES 15o .t 49e
0 -----i--- after December 1
I 1931.
have plenty of water so we get our spirit of Putnagashould: prevail AMOS INTERPRETS: TAX .

Lake City has formed a group of fishermen into "The fish by the hook and line process and allow,.tbls'lIlDll'IlIntet', occasion LEGISLATION ENACTED BY

United Anglers, Ltd." The "Ltd." probably means they will Pliers are all right for getting to eraso.OIU'.pas,differences THREE RECENT SESSIONS

)lie) limited in the catch but not in lying. them off a wire If that's whatthey're and sectional aflfiehness for be. I

._. .,"_ strung on and maybe occasionally coming one of,the most prosperous? 'Section 1 of senate Bill 12xx i
P'' _ 0 two will slide off at the counties In the state,. provides that any and all taxes or Station F-E-E'D\\

The next war will be fought with motors and gas, says er same tried time.'em We that dunno.way.-Leesburg We nev- tle West producing Putnam)-the bean and cat- tax: sale certificates Issued on real I

-section, with citrus property for taxes
one tpert..Pedestrians will only need a few of the finer Commercial. Down here, when : and by the state LAND OF PERFECT CHOWSTHE
points''Of''that kind of warfare some of our folks-we said "some1 atka district known of
i explained to them. / ";I as the truck Florlda.may be redeemed at
-want a 10-pound bass, they swim and potato time any
i, producing area; and the prior to December 31
1931
o out Into the .. ..
lake
and Fruitland
herd one Peninsula as the part of, at face value without interest : -.A TI -
plus
Chew gum and) help the cotton farmer. Wrigley announces W.ashore.E. Ask Walton Brewster or Putnam producing the bulk of thiscounty's the legal fees due to the. official In

he\vill keep on buying cotton with proceeds of all gum Lake Wales Drompp Highlander of Babson Park.- quota of citrus fruits, a i charge of the redemption, W. A.
for
possibility
incensing our wealth Williams, Jr., clerk of the CHECKERBOARD STORE
S sold in the South no matter how low the price goes. ---o---- agriculturally Mv> in our ability to court has been informed 'by Ernest circuit
L. L. Fablsinskl I
appointed Tues build the Inter-community spirit Amos, state comptroller.
1 0---
day to fill the vacancy on the first for more co-operative relations for This applies only to

r Avery Powell dasheen is for ;district circuit bench caused by greater I and redemptions 0I
;; says a.new name elephant accomplishments no tax: certificates can be I
sold
I ear as known'in Florida fifty years' ago. Be that as it may, West the death, is one of of the Judge Thomas F. The opening of this highway :under this section, It was stated.
through
examples of the Putnam
will be The
but the "ears" grow to a length of five feet on Kingsley Lake. fact that It is not always necessary value for bringing more of tourist untold :each whole tax amount certificate of the and face of I Friday and SpecialsPurina
'
q .. i o for a man to be a college graduate ravel from, ,,;west and middle equently.,.omitted taxes, sub Saturday
exactly
5 Labor must be a cheap article in Dunnellon. That city to Judge make Fablsinskl a success in Is the a legal eelf-made field. I I westerq and especially?, states,,those'wending entering the1 state, assessed must and be without any reduction as- I .

.has a street tax of three dollars, and this amount can be paidor man. Born in Connecticut In 1890, way for? the! eas; coast of Florida their Is to be charged.collected and no Interest Omolene, 100 Iba.- ...----------------. *-'

the he came to Florida when 13 via Palatka.. Purina Blue Kettte and Purina Bed Kettle . J 11p!
if .taxpayer prefers he may do. street labor for six days years Putnam's seat of gov* Senate Bill 852 I ----- .
applies only to Purina r.
Corn
old to help his father on a farm ernment. sale and Wheat Scratch .
eertilicates'and ------------
instead. In Bradford county. In 1907 the, Then the opening of the bridge levied for the unpaid taxes Purina lien Chow (Scratch) per sack 100 Iba. --, *
0 family moved to St. Augustine. He across Dunn's year 1929 and prior Purina Protean. Scratch *
creek will remove years and does I ------------------------
the went to Pensacola in 1911 before barrier to traffic a not apply to 1930 Purina Egg Chowder 10O IDA. 'Mash r.JI
Massachusetts speed cop stopped a car exceeding from the'west, taxes or subsequent (Laying ) ----
years, it S.JI
finishing high school and learned middle west and. east, when pointed out. was Purina Lay Chow (a good laying mash) ----------.
speed limit and discovered it carried the governor but he had the the This act is In force Purina Chick ISll
accounting business. Orowena
He later one-way wood Mash
) 100 Iba.
.bridge
will have only until December I ---------
: the nerve to tell the chief executive that he was "just as likelyto studied law at night and was ad. been displaced with the construe- taxes to be delinquent 1, 1931. These Purina Protean 21 per cent Protein 100 Ib*. ----- *.-
: matted to the bar In tloa of prior to December I Purina Chow, 24 F-'
hit something somebody as anyone else. 1919.' In 1923 a modern concrete bridge I, 1931. must per cnt 100 Ibs. ---------
he was appointed such as necessarily I Protein Feed 18 ., *tJI
Pensacola city motorists do not be for taxes per ct. 100 Ibs. --
detour of 1929 -------------
o recorder, making an enviable rec- from for their own'safety in trav- 1930 do not become since tues of I Purina Sweet Rough bog feed, 100 Ibs. Sweet Roughage. Ill'

t If counties,follow Governor Carlton's request to cut their ord. He was appointed state attorney . 1931, It delinquent until Sulphur Salt Brick, SO Iba. '_ , -' /
was stated. ----- ----------
budgets to,the,bone, taxpayers will get some real relief. Tax- by Governor John W. Martin The. opening to the traveling public of 1930 and 1931 are Hence taxes I Salt Brick 50 lbs ________________... ,,fI
In 1926, relected to the office In of improved road from eliminated I Purina Checker Corn __ !
Section Chops,100 1bs. _
to"ih"e accommoda- -
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less than five mills and
little the the '
only state :
payers pay' 1928. From this office he was'ap tions which wiir bring motorists only In force whole act : Tuxedo Yellow Corn Meal _* _, .__________f p'

'i, rest of, their money goes to pay bills of their own districts pointed judge. Judge Fablsinskl ntertlng the state'vla either the 1931. until December' I, : No. 2 Yellow Corn. Western! )|<0O Ibs. .__--___. '!IJ\\

a and counties. won prominence during the' prosecution Lake City or "
of Forrest Lake. creald nt thru Putrffatf county; offers 6a.vways payment'or tues provides for ; Poultry Wheat, 100\ Iba. ---________ 1L0
With
a \If a defunct bank. whom.he An' OPPOrtunity'' "r' bonds and t tbea& Bran sack ___ .1,11
con ; o rontable re. In.t Jment per 100 Iba. ___,____
Duval l county's representative will again attack the legislative vie ted on four counts. Lake was wards for'conrtrte* T0rt'on 'the face value of payments the for the full i. Best Quality Shorts, 100 Ibn. Cotton 18 per cent Protein flit

plan of division of gasoline funds. If it were possible sentenced on one count after sev pan of every,.'fcctoimmlty, in the certificates. I Cotton Seed Meal, 88 per cent Protein, per sack 100 lbs. 1 Ill:
eral years of maneuvering In county. 1 Act Incorporative I Beet Pulp! (we tl2n
the suggest Bulk
Not Las.) ___ -
r to check gasoline sales in Duval to non-residents of that coun higher courts and Is The After> Dec. 1 ?-- -
now at Ral- possibility for the revival Comptroller
, ':t i ty the showing might have an effect on Mathews hog'gish ford. Another official of the same the old Putnam spirit can be bad of.'day said he agreed Ernest with Amos State Mon- I 0

-, s attitude toward the small '''counties surrounding Duval. > bank was given a prison 'term, only through a countywide com-: ,',Gomez, Key West, Senator n
t., served part of It, and munlty on the In-
was organisation
recently terpretatlon
which
o'f pardoned. Tallahassee 1 bold one end of can of the Gomez delta- iBradfbrd '
Daily : the quent tax o
i Troops in Oklahoma and 'Texas are forcing oil wells to I I' Democrat. cable while the otller ta community Connected by tie 1931 Installment legislature.law passed diunty t Farmers Supply
with
close on account* of oyer-production, crops of All kinds are not o the hearts of every vicinity The comptroller said his
Man office
Can Cook and throughout
Who the
bringing picking and shipping costs, and cotton farmers areS Opposing Word Says An The formal county; Issued instructions regarding enforcement i
opening,of there two I
threatened with laws to curtail their plantings. One editorial (Dothan (Ala.) Eagle) important conveniences to the traveling of a of the law that upon receipt Company

writer describes the situation as "starving in a land of What modern bozo can't cook public should mark the dawn from Senator message Gomes be of complaint I
We>e become so good here of a new day for this found that We Deliver Managei'
lately -Phone
", plenty county, and the instructions were In 151-Nathan N. Prevatt,
fl that we have weld error. I-
.' compiled a cook book.I together goals of every com- I He said that Senator Gomea

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