Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 11, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04767
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Nearly 30,000 Gainesville, July 3.-Funeral County Good Proceedings M *

Count Reveals' services for the late Charles J. TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL YEAR' Gn., July 6.-Com --

Howe, 63 years of age,' who died So far as finances are concerned pany A. commanded by Capt. 11. '
i Prvclnct I Kltvllon.: Returns C"n
I yesterday afternoon shortly before the public schools of Bradford H. Wheeler. hl3011 first place

(' nv"hl/C", / IhMuil !Makes Of. 3 o'clock following a brief illness, county will go forward as usual I I aft the best drilled company at theC. \ikiNi-il. by Itoaid at :MwflimMoiiility '\ .
Stalo I Increase of 1.:Mlllit for RINMH| ncl111I"
I Jail were continued for another 5' r
fh.Lai Tally of Primary Vote I will be held this afternoon at S during the 1930-1931 school year. M. T. C., at Fort Screven Ga., : %
o'clock from the residence of his :S3 :\ for icnrml Fund SWH month.
I This was made clear Wednesday I attended' principally by Florida\ -
Robert A. Gray lacked but sevtntyflve sister, Mrs. W. J. McCormick at when E. S. Matthews, president of In t'rt'llmltiary ItuilKrt. : The clerk was' authorised to or- trainees The first platoon! of 'Hoard met with' members Sur r t

votes from securing a 508 West Main street, South. The 1 the Bank of Starke, advised County der one case of 4-inch Tulip unwaxed Company A was! designated the rency and May present. Minute

majority of 30.000 votes over II. Rev. Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor of' Superintendent Grlfils. that he Tho board of county commissioners cups, and one dispenser best drilled platoon. read and approved *Y t

Clay Crawford In the second primary the First Presbyterian church,, will had completed arrangements for of Bradford county Florida The county judge filed monthly ,- Individually there were four, 1'ctIIIon from IloaUlraln t sub-

race for secertary of state conduct the service I financing the running; expenses I of f I m t'In regular; session on report showing receipts $51.66 trainers selected for'I I the awards of school dlHtrlct culling for an election sF Y'
and \
expenditures of .40,
it was revealed Thursday morning Mi. Howe who was a native of the schools during the coming Monday July 7th, 1930 at 10:00: Tho $253 I I'ttplil,6 In heir I respective I to( determine whether or not

when the state canvassing board London England; came to Gainesville term. o'clock ct, nt.. with all members from following letter was received classes They were: Culvert 1'.1 snld. strict should .'onllolldat&with ; '1bh
Governor Doyle E. Carl-
met (10 ratify the decision of the five weeks ago to 'visit with Teachers of schools that are opened present' as follows: J. G. Crews, ton fixing the state lulllnge Sheldon, St Petersburg, Fla., basic ' Slarke. sub-school district. i

voters at the polls on June 23. relatives. He is survived by his I early may be asked by the chairman 'prfw' Reddish; J. 1... July, 3. 1030.: ; Robert M. Lvntx, Tampa, Fin. wa granted and election granted. k ik

The official figures gave Gray wife Mrs. Emma:: Howe of New : board of public instruction to Underhill n:''r. Osteen and O. W.Hlnxon 'I rod; Joseph I... ]Hurrous Lake Mi', Faulkner from Vanderbilt ,

; ,lf\G\(l votes'to 43,241 for Ills opponent York City and was a brother of : await their pay until October 1st lion KrneBt: Apiqs, Wales, Fin. white; John\:, !Ho nil- school was. before I the board to get ,

a majority of'29,925 votes. Alex Howe owner of the Gold In order that the board may save. Minutes 6l meat' regular! meeting i Corn ptrollev, !tree, Frostproof, Fla., hive an extension Oil but route to his ''b k

Cray and Crawford ran far aheadof I Eagle; Grocery company; He is the payment of Interest on borrowed and of a ':rail meeting were read Dour Mr. Amos: Medals. will bo awarded I the individual place, its bus topped one mile yAk

T W Hodges and W. M. Toom- also survived by another brother, money until that date. This I and approved. / Pursuant' to advice In yours of winners on the day of south of his )home. Extension ;

(two other candidates eliminated ( -] J. A. Howe of l/awtey aud two however, will be a matter of policy Congressman; K. A. Green came 'July 3rd the mlllitge for I the jvar ilosinii romp| exercises, July I 10. granted ',
Hi the first primary election. sisters. Mrs. W. J. McCormick of for the board to determine before theo id. asking!; for a reduction 1!J30. U fixed as follows: Hoard. granted permission to

The canvassing board was com this city and Mrs. A. A. Smith of There were no strings attachedto I \ of taxes for his brother General revenue fund, 8 mills I FAIR DEAL FOR New River to begin school the 14 + yti

posed of Secretary of State Gray Lawtey. the financing! arrangement; of* Floyd Green, on account of the on I the dollar. of July.

; State Comptroller Ernest Amos While a native of London, Mr. crud by Mr. Matthews except that fact that he had been' adjudged a Tension fund. 2 mills on the THE FARMER ]Hoard having heretofore des'g-

and State Treasurer W. V. Knott. Howe moved to Chicago with his i the board must furnish a financial disabled World. War veteian.! dollar.' noted Bradford County Hank depository t"

Attorney General Fred H. DavH )patents at the age of four and six statement showing that It has Same was allowed. State prison fund 1 1-4 ''mill on for certain! school funds

whoso place was taken by Mr. years later moved with his parents no unauthorized floating Indebtedness. Upon, motion of J, L. Underhill, the dollar. I'rniiil ('I1""ot Hi I'erprtreled l lI mild bank being now closed, It Is

Knott, was unable to serve on ac- to Kingsley Lake. At the age It Is understood that the seconded by G. W. Htnson. the Stale board of health fund. 1-2: 'IKIII Morldn. (i rowers Any hereby resolved. that Hank of ,

taunt of being(put of the city. of 18, Mr. Howe returned to New board will have no dllllculty in Hoard decided that they would mill!\ on the dollar. --- lot K<'.'. Starke 1 ba end la hereby designated ( y

All results In the second primary ToTk, where he established an interior meeting this requirement as its pay not mote than one dollar per ; Free text book fund, 1-2 mill on an depository for school fund tyt

election were certified by the decorating, establishment current indebtedness was fully day\tbr"Ilea, of any hall IItol'e.hOllee the dollar. President! Hoover has approvedan which' were heretofore! designated

board including a copy of the returns -I bearing his\ name. He retired two paid off early In June. .or building for holding any Common school fund, 1 mill outho act (of congress designed l/o/ suppress to be placed In Brad lord County t

from Dade county. The orlg-. years ago on account of his In view of the fact that many electloiiTMn any of the precincts of dollar. I certain: unfair and fraudulent \Hank ald Hank of Starke having + 9

final report from Dade county was health. counties In the state are having the (county ,, V Public free school fund 1-4 mill practices In the marketing of heretofore made application and ,

lost In the mail.Quarter Pallbearers will Include H. M. difficulty in financing their schools Bill of E, M. Johns for thirty- on the dollar. fresh fruits and vegetables In interstate qualified us depository for school sty'

;. Chltty, C. C. Pedrlck. R. T. Schafer for the coming year, the citizens! of two cases In which bonds in county Tick eradication fund, 1-2 mill commerce.' fund.*.

J. F. Hill W. ''S. McDowell and Bradford have cause to congratulate -, judges xotfrt were forfeited or on the dollar. The new law has a direct significance ;-I Hoard 'IIIIVSHl'd return from

Mill Ed. Itelalghan. themselves on' having school entreated wa laid! over for fur Total millage for state purposes to producers and dealersIn various d'strlcts: with\ the follow

Interment will be made in Ever-' officials who 'have kept the financial ther consideration., ', 14 mills on the dollar. large quant lee of fruits and Ing results: "

Is Shaved Off green cemetery under the direc- aft'aln'of the county school The following resolution was Very respectfully yours vegetables In the slate of Flor Graham district No. 11, J. A. J, t w;

tion of the DeWItt C. Jones com- system within the bounds of the passed unanimously: Doyle E. Carlton, ida. McKlnney. It. M. JuhiiHon. and I 14. a ykp

pany. law governing expenditures, thus. That ,,WHEREAS, the Bradford Governor, Under this law a "dealer" Is one C. Smith tritHleos, mlllttge 10.New .

I'ol"tt'IIIaA'e' : \ Cut to Fourteen for enabling them to gO'ahead at a County Bank, having closed Its Resolution was Deceived from who buys or sells In carload lots River, district' No. 12, O,

This iVnr. time when other counties are grop- doors and. t the board of bond trustees of roiutbonds A producer. however. U one who W Andrews. I M. A, Snnp and C. C.
Gainesville. July ing through difficulties. It Is also of Bradford county Florida, sells hla.. own products and., he Is Wynn, trustee, mllUge 3.
service the late Charles J. WHEREAS. It had placed In the
for as follows: I
fine to know that he county has a not compelled to comply with the Hampton district" No.2, O. r.lIarrllloll
Reduction of the state tax mlll-' Howe, 63 years of age, who died financial hands of the comptroller of the Starke Fin,' June 3rd 1930, *
: Institution capable of as- law relating to dealers Any per M. L. Wattersoii and L.
from 14 1-4 to 14 mills was Wednesday afternoon following a state of Florida certain bonds for At '
a meeting of the board of
sisting the board of public Instruc- son who l buys for sale and transacts J. Wynn, (h'uRtees. mlllage 8.
announced Saturday by Comp- brief Illness. were held yesterday the purpose of securing and guaranteeing bond. trustees of Bradford 1
I tion with Its financial planning county, bundles! In loss than twenty Sampson City, district No. 13. rt.Khr.
troller Ernest Amos. afternoon at S o'clock from the : the funds held by said Florida hold ,
ou the above date carloads: annually ID atio .
exempt \ Vnrneiv J. L. Wynn and C. II.
The new state tax rate Is effects -: residence of his sister Mrs. W. J. bank for the various county Hindu, tho following resolution was : v "h
from the
operation of the law l
Brown, trustees, ralllugu 10.
ai of July 1, the beginning of McCormick, Ea tvMaln street The Risk Concerns not including interest and sinking adopted. A dealer U now required to obtain Hoard'! : decision wan to leave yvthe

the state's new fiscal year, the Rev. Dr. 'U. S. Gordon conductedthe funds nor school funds, and, Resolved that the board of a license from the secretary Ilrooker school situation just
said. service. Intermnnt' folowed in WHEREAS,: It is now necessary
comptroller Taxes commissioners
county of Bradfordcounty (if agriculture and he
Pay Big If Intends an shown by the minute of June
The millage\ figure is based on Evergreen cemetery. to dispose of mild bonds In orderto : Florida he and they are to continue his business next year 20, 1930.

anticipated: revenue from the carIous I ISI.aI.'mC'nt replace the funds now tied up hereby requested' to make an assessment mako that application and the

state tax rolls\ and, while set Ily W. V. Knott Shows In said banlg1tTIIEitEOFRE ; of 38 ,mills on all the tax- I fee of $10 before December pay 10 A. J, Griffin, ,, Secretary

bylaw, was reduced by the governor Gaiety Pleasing More\ Than W.OOO.OOO lit BK IT RESOLVED ablo property !in Bradford county, next. .

when an examination of state i C.'..IIC''t",1) .\mutually! by this board that we ask the both real and personal, for the Briefly,' the law, under the section Added Relief

finances revealed that the cut Large CrowdsSince Honorable Ernest Amos Comp year 1930 as follows: 32 mills. dealing with unfair conduct In I

could be made Amos said For flveXc'onttecutlveyears, the troller of the State of Florida to for Interest and sinking!; fund to the marketing of perishable fruits
The comptroller explained that state Insurance department has transmit the said bonds. now In pay Interest coupons and to retire and vegetables covers frndulent : ; ,r4'

the 1930-31 total tax assessmentroll installing talking equip- collected taxes In excess of $1- his possession to the clerk of the bonds at maturity and (6 I mills charitcM, unjustified. rejections or p

for the state Is estimated as ment the first of last week Man- 000,000 annually from insurance circuit court of Bradford county road and bridge fur maintenanceof failures. to deliver, discarding, --- d(1

yet but he said (,that the figure ager Pitman of the Gaiety Theatre companies operating in Florida In order that 'same may bi> sold county roads. dumping or destroying without A bill providing further!' relief )

would\ be approximately the sameas has been more than pleased by the according to a statement I issued to- and disposed of, or so many /as is Passed In regular session of the reasonable cause fradulently for World. War veterans WB passed ,

last year when the total tax large crowds which have filled his day by W. V. Knott, state treas- necessary to obtain the funds thus board of bond trustees of Bradford making false or misleading i ae- by ,the congress and signed! by i { .w

roll was 874388852. house nightly to witness the splen- urer and Insurance commissioner. tied up, and after disposing of a county, l>Florida this the 3rd menu (concerning condition, qual- the president on Thursday. July 3, 4-(4''

On July 1 the comptroller's office did features that he Is showing.The Collections for the fiscal year sufficient number of said bonds to day of June A. I n.? 1030. ify, quantity, disposition! or market The primary purpose of this log

announced that state taxes as sound equipment is of the ending June 30, 1930 were as fol- replace the money now due the Jo:. 8, Mathews conditions, failure correctly to (station U to provide I pensions) to
vrp +
(hose veterans who have been un-
of May 31 were 62 per cent paid. best, It being the R. C. A. Photo- lows: board of county commissioners, Chairman Hoard of Hand Trus account, removing or altering tans t I e table
to establish service connection
This was nine per cent better pay- phone, and gives a performanceon Insurance company license taxes the remalndar'of said bonds shall tees. Hradford County.. Flu. Is such tngit represent federal or disabilities The : M' +l

ment than on the same date In par with that of larger thea. $79,100.00. be delivered to the liquidator of I ATTEST: federsl-state Inspection. for their In accordance with } '

1929. when the tax rate was just tres in nearby cities. Insurance agents' license taxes, the said bank. C. A. Futch. One who l Is wronged by any of pensions vary i
I the degree of disability, ranging bt
9 mills and the assessed valuation Manager Pitman Intends con- $97,676.00. The following; resolution was Secretary.HeHolutioll". the frudulent\ methods alluded to ,t
for 26 centdisability
from $12 monthly
was $6,886.528.94, It was tinuing with the high class of show Insurance companies premium also adopted: received from the In the act may file a complaint for per 50 +:
through percent
laid. he started with and is sure that his taxes two per cent of the gross That ,WHEREAS, the Hank of board of public instruction of with the secretary of agriculturefor '" t'
and $24: for 75 per rent to a
Tile 14 mills are divided alf fol- patronage will justify such a premiums collected from policyholders Starke Is now' the only Bank In Bradford county, Florida as follows the purpose of securing equitable maximum of $40 for total and per. '

lows: i policy.. Florida, during the year Bradford county, add aa same has : reparation. Persons violating : manent disability, Veteran. who '

General revenue fund, 8 mills. 1929, less deductions. for' return been designated as county deposi- Be-1 It resolved, that the board the art will be liable for the full I pay an Income tax are not Included.

Pension fund. 2 mills. TWO NMAM: BANKS premiums and premiums on reinsurance tory for all funds controlled by of county commissioners of Bradford amount of damages sustained. .
State prison fund. 1 1-2 mills. accepted, 83321132. the board of commissioners county Florida For violations of
CLOSE: OVER: WEEK-END: ; county are hereby the act, the This act will In no way effect ,
State Board of Health fund 1-2 Fees for filing annual state- we feel like there should be requested to make an assessment! secretary of agriculture may' suspend the Veterans who are receiving

mill. Small Institution at \Vllclwmxl ments'of Insurance companies, additional security placed In the of 10 mills for the year 1930 fora the license for BO days, or In compensation for service connected

Free text book fund 1-4 mill. $4.500.00. hands of the state comptroller. general school fund. case of repeated violations may will t r"
And Lake" Butler Fall toTcxlay disabilities. They continue -
Common school fund 1-4 mill. Total receipts from Insurance THEREFOJIE; BE IT RESOLVED Passed at regular session of the suspend the license altogether( to receive their compensation -

Public free school fund, 1-4 mill. Opt'n taxes, all sources. $1,014,487.32. that we ask the Bank of board of public Instruction of whereupon the dealer ceases to bea under the of the i
I !. w
Tick eradication fund 1-2 mill. Expenses of administering the Starke to place the sum of five Bradford county, Florida, the 7th dealer. the
Two small banks In Florida were old law. Neither will riling n
stato Insurance department Including thousand dollars worth day of July 1030. The are
compelled to close their doors last of security probabilities that this' for pension under the new law t 4}. w
salaries, amount to less with the comptroller In addition H. D. Chairman.A. law, which provides for close investigation *
(;f'OHCU.HW.IoT: : COHX week-end according to a report May prohibit a veteran from filing :
than two cent of the taxes col-
MAKKKT: per to the five thousand dollars now J, Grime, Secretary. and Inspection of the the
SOW SIOVIMJ TO at the office ofcJSrnest': Amos, state claim or continuing prosecution r
comptroller, Tallahasuee. lected by the department, 'which In the hands of the state comp- Ha It resolved that the board of operations o( dealers, will work a of a pending claim for compensation
for some years past have consti- troller, said security to be revolution la the relations be-
Valdosta Ga., July 4.-Sweet The Bank of Wlldwood. capital- approved county commissioners of Bradford under the old law. It +
tuted the principal source of Income -
by the said, comptroller.By tween the. producer and the
county, Florida are hereby requested dealer establish. .
corn from tbla section started ized at $16,000, failed to open Sat- and when he Is able to
for the general revenue fundof
moving this week and will continue urday. Samuel W. Getzen has motion of O. W Hlnson sec- to make an assessment of or consignee.The service connection! for his dlsablN &,

until about the middle of this been named liquidator for the Institution the state next to the direct levyon onded by Drew Reddish, and by 15 mills. for bonded IndebtednessIn history. of the produce business Idea he will be dropped from the t hpension
real and personal property and vote, the board decided that they III Florida Is full of Instances
month. There are softie 100 acres which according to the Brooker district No. 18 ; 6 mills list and paid compensation '
railroads. Is believed that the
It would pay for only two telephones of fraud i perpetrated Florida '
planted to Snow Flake sweet corn March 27' report had deposits bonded Indebtedness In Starksdistrict upon for service connected dlsabll-
Florida Insurance department Is one at the county jail and one In , grower who have shipped '
In and around this point. QualityIs to $149128.68. No. 3i; 11 mills for bonded products Ides under the provisions of the 't
amounting 9perated, the lowest-percentage the' hall at the'cuurt' : house (Indebtedness In Luwtey districtNo. to Northern markets and .
old Permit to
Lake law. me suggest
reported as very good- Lake Butler bank at
The of cost In comparison with the The named have been .
following officers 6. defrauded In the final '
therefore, that all veteran' 1'
There is also considerable acreage also capitalized at $15- ;
Butler, derived through the de-
revenue flied their report of receipts and disposition of the fruits of their
In cantaloupes tills season beIng remained closed Monday AE. J, Grlffls,, Secretary have disabilities to a degree of 25 M;
000 United
of in the '
partment any for the six months end- toll.
aproximately 400 acres. The Joseph E. Wilson of expenses it. 1) May, Chairman 'par cent or greater, and who are ;
morning. States. Ing on the 30th day of June A. Estimates With the aid of the new tariff
most popular variety: Is Hale's for the Brad- were received: from nnt now receiving compensation
Starfte. D. 1030: (;eo. A. Gardiner, county the bill and this new law restrictingthe '
several special sub-school district
ba urged to file application for
Best. The motbment Is now on ford County Bank at Starke, will << ii
DEPOSITORS: : COMMITTEEi : : : judge; 0. W Alderman clerk of asking that a certain mill- operations of dealers the prospects pension I shall be very' glad to
and It Is reported that the qualityIs of the liquidating.
sizes are run be In.charge NAMED: : court: W. J. Epperson; sheriff; E. age be assessed against all of theproperty seem to. be that the Florida send further 'Informatotn and spllcatlon j
ning although of W. Hayes tax assessor;. C. A. both real and personal in producer will, from now on, fare blanks to any veteran upon .k

last larger than the average OKEKVS (WFU''': TO REMAIN:: At the meeting of creditors and Knight, tax collector; A, J. Orlf- each of the said districts as follows better than at any time In the his. I request. The pension will probably

year OPENCongressman : depositors of the Bradford, County tie supterlntendent of public In- : tory of the state date from the time the application .

: -- Bank held at the courthouse Saturday struction. Special sub-school district, No. e "i I Is received by the Veteran '
I>I\. T CITY TO INVITE AUCTION : R. A. Green who afternoon. Messr. W.. D. The following written reportwas 1. 7 m III II. THOMI'KON'MIITOVMr. ( Bureau. :.

Is spending the summer at his : Brinson. of Baldwin H. L. Brownlee received'' from Inspector of Special sub-school district No. ---- There i III also an Item In the new

home here advises that his office and L, A. Davis of Starke were county jails: J, 10 mills. W. Carroll Thompson clerk: act which makes the requirement o ,

Plant City Fla., July 4.-It is : In Washington will remain open appointed members of a committee Hon. J, G. Crew. Special sub-school district No. of circuit court for Baker county for service: connection more libersi .

reported that the Lee R. Miller all summer for the convenience of to work with Mr. Jos. E. Wilson Chairman county com. board. 3. 10 mills. and one of our best known citizens and this will doubtless be of

Auction Company, through which ; the people of his district. This liquidator for the Institution. While Inspecting your jail today Special sub-school district No. and Mrs. Mattie !Hodges Milton great assistance to many veterans

strawberries were shipped last sea- custom has been In force since his > It was ralnlnr. There are 4, 10 mills.Special stole a march on their' many who have claims pending but have,

son from this section of the state 'first term In office, open every day FERTILIZER: ('OXHl"U>TIOS some leaks la the roofing. I notice sub-school district. No. : friend Saturday, when they drove been unable' to furnish sufficient y'

will be Invited to make Its head- except Sunday during vacation the cells are rusting very badly 6, 10 mills. over to Stark. and were united In medical evidence to establish serq

Quarters In this city during the and during 'sessions of congress. Bradford county used a total of I and the wails, 'of 'tall need kal* Special sub-school. district No. marriage by County Judge Oeo. A. vice connection. "'

coming strawberry season It lastated Communications addressed to him' 58 tons of fertiliser during the omlnlnff. I would recommend 7. 10 mills. Gardiner.Mr. i C CV (

that office. space and other at his Washington office will receive month of June a* compared with that you paint up and clean up the Special sub-school district No. and Mr. Thompson are at
accommodations will\ be offered. prompt attention. 55 tons during May the report Is- county property' ,,8, 10 mills. home In Macclenny and receiving ,_ t
bureau department T. B. Johns. Special sub-school district No. congratulation from many c'
sued by the Inspection I
I'NIEILINO L.ONO BRANCH of agriculture shows. Inspector of Camp tc Jail*. 9. 10 mills. friends.-Macclenny Frees, July 4. A small frame house occupied t
Florida's 1929 crops were greatest I by t Theodore Edward outside of i- "
The clerk needed
reported repairs -
summer and Special sub-school district No. '
The Woodmen Lodge will\ holdan In history according to esti- Amounts used during light compared oa courthouse windows; 10 10 mills. ." F1IIK DRILL MOMHV the north city limit on highway .
fall months are .
United States Depart 13 was destroyed by fire SatN ,
nnvelllng ceremony at Long mates of with winter, and spring month frames of same being rotten. Special Bub-.chool: district No. -
of Agriculture.Green Regular fire drill will be held urday night 10 o'clock.: The
Branch cemetery next Sunday afternoon ment when demand I* Increased to care All the bill which were laid 11. 10 mllla. .
Springs Eatmore o'clock ing was out of reach from the j
Cove next Monday night 8
the meeting Jane In
3 p. ,m. All Woodmen for the strawberry crop. Sale of over Special sub-school district No. '
opened for business Member of the local are nearest water main and was a total
"quested' to be present and a cordial Lunch. Room than ton lot are not Included reference to Brownie Gainey and company
Invitation extended to the at corner ,of Orange and Walnut In lei above figures. other person, and work 'at, the (Continued on page 4.) I required to be present. loas.s .

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strengthened thereby with a large white nut cake. Fried 'Nature Thought
Auditor ForcedTo cf
chicken salads and other appetizing
July 13, 1030'Tbe HAMPTON Everything
Man's Task -W eats were In abundance. Those _
Strong -
MI.. Ada Mmwo.I Cor. Nature
thought of
Quit Position"My who participated In this delightful everything )
I then that are strong ought to bear the human II'bp.Q
i body was made
the Infirmities of the weak and affair were: Messrs. M. L.., J. Wand is about When the
'...i % ,+ .f Mr and Mrs. Bishop of Jacksonville Frederick Watterson Mrs. R body to.become 01, nature
not to please ourselves. Let everyone whole system seemed pois- planned danger signals to
visiting friends and warn I
were u'I
of his neighbor for M. Faver Miss Blanche Fever, thus, if our children
us please grind
Thy word U lamp olio feet BJ light unto tk--Pialm 119105. oned from chronic constIptatlon. I relatives here this! week their teeth
a ay i my p> : his good to edification. Roman suffered with severe headaches ; and Haines Kaver, Mrs. Mary Wat- when they sleep, or lack !appetite
Miss Minnie May Cheshire of I terson, Dorothy Watterson and suffer from abdominal pains or
All religious teaching doctrine or 16:1: 2.l'rayer. and had little acid pimples all over about the or itch
g tirClnrd nfJrun Palatka, arrived here last Friday Miss Harvlne Watterson. nose lingers, WI
: creed!, if they are to have any claim : Lord, may this message j and the week-end guest of know that they: may have : should;
I upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with challenge ns to follow In Thy footsteps was Miss Muriel Johnson has been worms Then, if we are wise:! coutrseted
'' ,f the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice closely. Misses Ruth Wllllairm and Reba soendlnff a few weks with friend bottle of WTute's Cream Vcrmtr., 'Wo._buys__,
4 4'j Il l of the human heart and of whom it was laid In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN July 10. HMO r Maxwell. at Daytona Beach. safely and surely expel the worme Thu

rl f SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." The Abounding Life-Now the W. H. Maxwell and family accompanied Miss Mania\ Laura Tucker who we avoid the danger of very serioua

i I'P ,, W>;KKLY; SEit1tONETTEThe ; the face of the wife until the light God of hope fill ;you with all Joy by Mr. Maxwell's mother has been visiting friends and rela- trouble.3&Ja Whit.e'bottle Cream andean '

of next day When Jacob learnedthe and peace In believing that ye Mrs. J. M. Maxwell left last tives In Macon; Ga., returned to only Canova Pharmacy., bo bougftfaS

9 +': ( (iolclcn. Rule) fact he was enraged and demanded may abound in hope through the t zf Monday for Savannah, Ga., and her home here this week.

,,1 Matthew 7:7: : Ask and it shall Rachel. Laban gave. her power of the Holy Ghost.-Rom- other points in Georgia where John Parker of Campvllle was oOoo-- _. L _.___

I II f be given you; seek, and ye shall to Jacob who served seven more ans 1513.: they will visit relatives and the guest of his son, L. Parker last

I find; knock, and It shall be opened years for her. Prayer: May the Joy of the Lord P friends I Monday. Say it with Flowers

,,' unto you. > After serving Laban 14 yearn be ours then our joy shall be tull. Mrs. J. Tucker and children.arrived ..... .
-- - -***w .
,po 8. For every one that asketh for Rachel Jacob served six years July 17, IIMO: < d here last Sunday after --.
I recelveth; and he that seeketh more for a part cf Laban's flocks Cod's Wisdom-For after that spending a week in Macon Ga., NOTICE Flowers For All
+ < flndeth; and to him that knocketh of which by tricks, he acquired a In the wisdom of God the world by & wv I W. O. Duvall and family of Atlanta -

i flar. I it shall be opened. large part. Laban became suspicious -. wisdom knew not God It pleasedGod R Ga., are the guests of Mr. The registration books of the OccasionsGERTRUDE

7 the 9. Or what man l Is there of you, of Jacob who with his wives by the foolishness of preach and Mrs. C. E. Harper? Mr. and city of Starke, Fla., will be open ,
i i feel i whom If his Bon auk bread, will be children, servants and flocks I Ing to nave them that believe.- Mrs. Duvall were both residents for the registration of electors -- -'---..

eadisa give him a stone started back to Palestine He Cor. 1:21. of our town several years ago and from July 10th, 1930, to August GODBEY

; [ 10. Or If aRk a fish, will he heard that Esau was coming to Prayer: 0 Lord God Thou are have many friends here who are 9th 1930 Inclusive.

1 + tab? .l.l'i'r '[ give him a serpent? meet him with four hundred arm- I from everlatsfng.rREHHYTKIUAN always" glad to see them. C. A. Futch ANDERSON

11. If ye then being evil, ed men. He 'spent, a night in r Mrs. David Jones is spending City Registration Officer. Phone I

j know how to give good. gifts unto earnest prayer and received a his week with her daughter, Mrs. 1-4',2t. 000- .. -39.Waldo..... .. Fla
your children, how much more great blessing and promise (Gen ____. X W. Moore of There sa. ----0
m. .-- -. -.........,...
r*> shall your Father which In In heaven 37.) Services Sunday July 13, as follows ..1 r 111111 -""<" :: !! Mrs. Terry and daughter Miss

b give good things to them that Jacob and Esau were reconciled : Lois, of Lawtey were recent busi- HEADACHERELIEVED
Dt ask him as brothers and Jacob went to 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M.I SiMON L. JOINER ness visitors here. OVER WOIllED

+' 12. Therefore all things whatsoever Shechem in Canaan and then to Truby supt. Mrs. Triest of
Waldo was trans- NERVES
t sew9 I lost 29 and
body. pounds
i')' than'' ye would that men shoulddo Bethel where Rachael died. You I 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon my acting business here last Monday. . QUICKlY
to you, do ye even so to them; all recall how Jacob afterward by the pastor "Faithful came so weak and rundown I was A. L. Sullivan Mrs. Jossepblne CAItTW This '.....F Pal,

it a "16t for all this is the law and prophets grieved for the loss of Joseph and Found Among the Faithless." forced to give up my position.from My Sullivan O. Haynes, and J. J. m'" J quickly corrects the
Improvement was steady my wgelltive
finally went to Egypt with his dletarb
1 m. Christian Endeavor visitors
p. Brannen were to Starke .J
first bottle of Sargon and now T ances-removesthelal
Prayer: Lord help us to make sons where he died. When we Topic "Worthwhile Hobbles." last Saturday.

:': Thee the standard of our life and consider the early life, deceptionsand 8 p. m. Evening Worship ser there's troubles not left.a I'm sign feeling of my fine former and Emery Priest of Green Cove quickly tesunal: disappears.poisons, and Your sick whole headache sys)
then we ever will love aright and frauds of Jacob we wonder
mon and tem
the enjoys tonic
song. ready Springs was guest of his a effect consbpa-
back the
to Job.
"- aHI serve aright every one else. how he could receive so great Prayer meeting Wednesday evening go on rid of mother, Mrs. I.. J. Priest and sister thananiahegand) yon feel renewed
. Remember the Sabbath Day to blessings It makes us realize that at 8 o'clock. Meeting will "Sargon Pills have me Mrs. A. J. Wilson last Sunday. 'fy7.: Ylg r.. Avoid bromides
Keep it Holy-Exodus 20:8. Oo even we with all our faults constipation for the first time in ayeaI'I j.. they are depressing and harm
{u, : may be In charge of the Mission Study Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson were ",. ]
to Cburih Sunday. be regenerated and receive blessings class with Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and they didn't laxatives.upset my Visitors to Daytona Beach las .$/:>";.<<,<; AU Dnggieta 2oe and 75c red pkgj
stomach like other
If we earnestly ask of God. an leader. Topic, ""The Glorious Sunday.O. CARTERS CSf
jr( < PHJLSXir '
Simon L. Joiner bank auditor 2321 :
I De
like Esau
sell birthright > '
we. our .
1 1a Company. 'x'1:
L. Harrison who has been i..f'
SUNDAY SCHOOL N. W. 6th former .
or like Jacob, impose on A cordial Invitation to all our ave. Miami : ..:=P );. y'
LESSON others ; auditor of the Citizens State Bankof making a tour on the East Coast, #
I services extended to all.C111tii4TIAN Marianna. Canova Pharmacy. returned to his home here this ',:1'<' .
If ,
testing DAILY IIIBLK IU;.\UlS(11'J agents. '
FOB Jl'Iy 13. I(MO: ) : CHURCH r -t Mrs. W. B. Roper spent the ... ./-,C,j<'/ V" "" ,
aulcklj .
July II, I(MO: .* 4|,"ten* r Our Large For week-end with her aunt, Mrs. C. woo
U@Ota. Subject: Jacob. Relationship- Sunday school at 10 a. m., ser JKS' A-1VIH11I.V Sparkman of Waldo. IIP TO your ears In -work-
none of us llveth to himself and
7t Golden Text: "For what Is a mon and communion from 11 to Rev. Norris of Lacrosse, pastorof every nerve at high tension. ,
iithejrVal no man dleth to himself. For
c11'i man profited he shall gain the 12:00: a. m. Th' other day I wui a-walkin the First Baptist church of No wonder you snap at the wife yla
,AllDr E whole world and lose his own whether we live we live unto the Subject: "The Supreme Choice", Through de woods of pine Hampton, will preach here next and bark at the children. Xir3he
Lord; and whether die Watch out! Overworkednerves
soul or what shall a man givein we die we text Beb. 11:24-25.: An' all de time I wuz a-wlshln' Sunday morning and evening; : Ccsif'of
unto the Lord; Whether we live, may lead to Sleeplessness Nigh
exchange for his soul? Matt therefore or die we are the At dem trees wuz mine. A. A. McDonald of Switzerland, Nervous Headache, Nervous

14:26: i Lord's.:' Romans 14:7: 8. IIADIO iNTIItFE1tINUEI'CNIyhf.4IILE: : : is spending a few days with his Indigestion and a hunt of Not Knoujing-
Lesson Text: Genesis l 26.29-34: ; Prayer: : ; IiV LAY Lots of young trees wuz a-headln family here. other unpleasant disturbances.

28S18-22: ; 29:18-20: ; 33:1.4; 18. "I Right up to de sky Miss Emma Hicks of Plant City Why don t you try Dr. Miles'

lrM t Jacob and Esau were twin sons would obey the voice Divine Although there is no specific An' de 'ole ones giving' resin but formerly of Hampton, has Effervescent Nervine Tablets a MB proprrtr" owner in ttn ..,io.6tcf nnauia
fn her And all Inferior Joys resign.." Just-one in a half glass of poorly inform*.}iboul
of Isaac: and flebekah. Euau was a July 12: HMO: law in Florida relating to the subject Like they'd never go dry. been the guest of her sister Mrs.J. water makes a pleasant, spark. (harm worm er laler. through imunici.hit. ownunforlnnif
little the older and was, therefore Fred II. Davis attorney general W. Bedenbaugh. f exp" n'ncr. about, lorn
The Final Conquest For it In ling drink delightfully soothing form ol ptoltcnon ht could
under the Hebrew e'nllt Informs radio dealer that dere'a Erticulir
law a Chile money heaps of money Rev. Montgomery of Waldo over-taxed
to nerves.
written as I live ualth
the Lord
led to the "birthright" he believes the creation of electric
which -
1n ,
preached at the Methodist church Dr. Miles' Nervine is now
knee That it ,
every shall bow to in to Sod
and yap out'
' eluded a double portion of the disturbance which Interferes In de woods of pine last Sunday morning. made In two forma-Liquid and what, il undid-ind Uxn ll it uo .bit
41 std father's property And successionto every tongue shall confess to God. with the operation of radio recelv- An' date de reason I wuz wlshln' Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson Effervescent Tablet. Both have to to uvcd, from .low

i i the headship of the family." So then every one of us shall give lug sets could be classed under the Dem ole trees wuz mine. entertained at a dinner last Sun the same soothing effect. Now ft Ihf rim, M ft*compmvmtuttl /
tJ account of himself to God.-Romans $1.00 at drug store0f3.MlL.KS Our HfmftMmvt ui,'
:Ksau was the favorite of his fath- 14:11 12. law pertlanlng to a public nuis- day.. The dining room was adorned your ,,1oN/ MWMriOfM IMlAout
.r. Isaac and Jacob was nebekah's ance. Yesterday I wuz a-goln' [ with pedestals wIvwoo.,, ,Van*r flat*
n Prayer We on which I : :
: would. Lord be
I laborers obtained
if favorite. Such a Judgment, on Over that same route were placed vases filled with
::1- While Esau Thyself !in this glorious the law which An' I rubbed an'
general prohibits wondered
was out hunting, i con umatlon. me eyes I roses.The, dining table was HAROLD 'c. WALLINSURANCE
the lesson begins, "And Jacob sod I a person from unlawfully doingan draped In white linen and centered
' (boiled) pottage; and Ksau came July I IO.-IO injury: to his neighbor could What hits all about.
4 la from the field and he was Planning Peace Let ua there probably 'be received If it couldbe TABLETS .

ate a F faint"; This "pottage was a reddish fore follow after the things which proved that the Interferencewas Where wuz all me nice. young pine I STARKE. FLORIDA

4t Y: colored soup made of peas I make for peace and things where- avoidable and that a failureto trees COFFINS & '
CASKETS ----------
v with --
r and other things.< I one may edify another.-Romans stop it was due to willful or Dat I liked so fine

Jacob said "Sell me this day 14:19.: culpable negligence. What has happened to de ole ones And a Full Line of
' 'f ;t JI the. thy birthright." Esau agreed to Prayer: Lord, we would think Oat I wished wuz mine Undertakers' 1

.t ; use this. "And Jacob said Swear to peace, strive for peace, proclaim Dowling Park International Supplies We can charge

4 'r sedan.nCG me this day: and he aware unto peace. Paper Company plans establishment Oil, de fire had been a-ragln' AUTOMOBILE JIE.UISC YES your 8 HRS

' e him: and he sold his birthrightunto July 14, IftliO: of large pulp and paper, mill Through de woods'of pine Alwar* on Nand The beat
rlltoris av7( Jacob. Our Brother's Keeper_It Is 111 this place in near future. An' I wuz thankful when I saw rrvlc,* ftt the lovmt prior. STORAGE BATTERY In I

A little later when Inane. was good neither to eat flesh nor to Dade county produced 163,970 'em Special attention to trlrampd'

4i'r/ Aa :1ST years old and blind he called drink wine nor any thing whereby gallons of milk from October 1, Dat dem trees warn't mine. order.REGISTERED .

.fl V er for Esau to bless him as the eldest hy brother stumbleth or is offended 1929 to March 31, 1930, according Elizabeth Harper, EMBALMi.n

u' o son. But through the fraud of or Is made weak.-Rom. to John M. Scott chief milk Starke Florida DEWITT C. JONES Smith's Starke

Jacob and his mother Jacob ob- ans 14:21.: nspertor. < : Garage

; t .(...d*I Ii tained the bleHHlng. You should Prayer: May we, Lord, live so Fort Myers J. R. Parker Co., Inverness Second carload to STAItKC. FLORIDA Fla.

'.4 t Itt.i' read this story In the 27th Chapterof I nobly that everyone may be moved to 2214 IJroa<'way. matoes shipped recently.

Genesis. When Esau learned -- .' --:-.- .. .- .. -., -::.. .... -=..... . -- -
'- our eI ;: M =; -: ::; ::: ;;;;:: ;; ;; :, ., ; ; ---- . -... -- ----------
ord CuhlM these facts. he cried, "Is. lie not DOROTHY DARNIT

', xht. rightly named Jacob for be hath By Ch-arles McManusL4r

supplanted me these two times; he

took away my birthright; and be. '
!hold,,now he bath taken away my I f WHAT( FOR YOU MEAN '
I I GATHERED: FOR ,)HI'\T '''It'- You"GRINC' -
blessing. .
';NI+ toil LITTLE GIRL ?
'/ ( ; IN'
Then Esau hated Jacob Ma N '( LOOK' FOR :
i fi luof i and de- (l. FRI\ A
,4 clr: ,tlf that he wouUI kill him i c r\N ARG MENj?

of when their father was dead. Re-
yk ykdoh.e
bekah heard of this and persuaded / 7HE MANWASORtNItIN

41 Q Isaac to send Jacob to Laban his ,' 1& j :: ir

dre3ia uncle, ostensibly to select a wife. COLOGNE Sot
Jacob went Into a 20 year exile T"S FRf CRANCY

and Rebekah died before his re -,-
turn. On his journey Jacob MANC.iTTIN'
't' "' came Jt"O _
''cor ; -
to Betber (house of God) where a 1 L -

ralg.r. he slept with a stone for a pillow PiNCNEO''

i 'I u.. and saw a vision of a ladder extending Isti
' ,I. a' hd from heaven to earth, and -
+ thee
fol angels
': rwlortd morning Jacob set up his first altar .
.. lr'
Nor to God. It was here that Jacob ws -

+n earl made the first religious vow ret -
7 art
a corded in the Bible, saying. "If -""'- .

God will be with me and will keep
-...... -.
tier me in this way that I go and will C Mt.MA...LS.
--- --------
lI rasa give me bread to eat and c -- -
- -
r or, put on. So that I come againto ST m BvL. I IMAIN

' my father's house In peace;; 'THEIATN]\ THING ON MAIN T" R Van-. 7vlrnziig33u12
.. . ..
then shall the Lord be - -- .
M elt t'' my God:
v I and of all that thou shall give me .

rVltI + I will surely give the tenth unto CuMPIl'OU3UTA .
thee." WGRG JC9T -"""- --
Jacob continued his Journey j' .
I;I ; Istawit and arrived at the well near :&Ti2ctT: BG DONC ABOUT ALTER GIVIN'. V Y
llaran. where he met Rachel who
i ''Ithe n..n I was tending her father's sheep He 9s tDiL i 'T.4M'SLUG OI1tAt iGtR 10 AQQ.Ii..1"1t1 Ir.l 4ri1L0

.. ._ .
+ sae Introduced himself and her father SENT To
Laban came out to meet Jacob
a and invited him to their ARREST STRAHCttt f MC
6 ,( home. Pa O L EAR GPAVM DCUQ STORG '
"And Jacob loved Rachel; and MIkE P M< I.Ud, g DARLOR EnWfCa REAR DporLIeWtl

A1I isyf said, I will serve the seven years OuR POPUIAI3 POUCE- t

) for Rachel thy younger Daughter. MAW, ,rt 6NTT&ACI2LW ; w
And Jacob served seven years for -KJC WflAftXWMO

q'; t; Rachel; and they seemed unto him CAME -TO) TOWN)

4, ilxtl but a few' day., for the love he WlTU A MV&TfcmOUS'
had to her." This statement Is BUNDLC FCOfl MCU

t ''t y ,! 11 e>t.p d, t one of the bright spots in Jacob's \HUMAN PCCT ARCPROTRuDnd

life.Then .
Jacob claimed Rachel for MKM Tit 61I2AeCf1theS --------
r98 b ,111 t, his wife but Laban treacheously POUND Sworirrvfln ( 1/ J .

yc' tqi caused Leah the older daughter t44fc .. TC Au.BOACO : . caI -- \, "

Instead of Rachel, to be married or .MB BUS3Y.f : :-
i to Jacob. This could be done by M'5LUG Rii6rD. 0.

the custom of veiling the bride- ... .... -.- .
elect and the husband did -
not see -- .- ..__ ._ .. _. lI.f.I.Hwt -

r 1 'ii

d.rY r .
pjj. 4

"rt'V Ar- a' ;{"' ; rho Nr+, t lf' ,,+].1? hy'p, .J 'M;r W; 'I IP../ k; r''?+'n..I lr6 ,

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,!I" !'I'' '''' '" '

JCLY 11, 1930

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'day la pall. Martlnell was arrented -1 launched two projects In an effortto roadster, which was demolished\ yesterday to discuss the case.. He(IKwleml ':i--;: Courts.-!". If.

on charges brought by William I raise money to start actual when it crashed Into the heavy did not say what took place at the I NKKI.KYI : ; : ''tI
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Merrick, and bertha Bowan.; both' work at an early date. Proceedings badge timbers conference, but today he Indicated I Home Office 140 N. Dearbron St.,

of thlc city They charged,,, tre sunbather ' looking< to Issuance of $2.- that he would allow the sheriff and 1 Chicago '_ y

, 1 with over-exposure on the O worth of district bonds the deputy to stand trial for their .
beach. Martlnell' brought his defense representing the strlcta share of Tallahassee-J. J. Mendenhall. offense without Interfering In the Wast Palm Beach - Florida. t
convicted and "given, a. life' sentence :,,
to court with him-he came this expeuae'have been started, It matter. I Bank and Trust Company openedfor
[ LIVE STATE NEWS I attired In his bathing suit. was announced at the board's of. Sue' Elliott In 1916 was for given the a murder conditional of- business here with capital of

-- flees today. It also\ was announced $100.000.
pardon today by the state pardon RUPTUREDon't
Jacksonville Two blown tires that efforts to obtain $2,000- I board. The act. of the board Lake City C. C. Sherrill mortician -
encountered during; an attempted 000 relief appropriation 4 o.
emergency I wrote finis to one of the strangest; _.0.- purchased new ambulance. ,
take-off followed by Intermittent evidently' bail failed with ad- Watertown icy
Sawmill here will
TOLD BY OUR EXCIIANGES ;chapters of Florida court annals. submit to avoidable opera-
showers, today prevented Stuart lornment'Oficongreas and that a be opened dome time In September
n_ __ __ Chadwick and n'__ George HalHArman move had ,'been started to get: Sue Klllott aud her mother were atlons or the use of untlitimmlIruMU'N < Y
.. Harbor the Y.'
Safety on
near w
--"' from starting their proposed non- emergency funds from the war de! as they 0.1SE't\ where the Brook vl1l6 -- Herald consolidated
punta Gorda Revised plaus out of her automobile cost Mrs. refueling endurance flight. They part ments, night of July 2nd, 1916. states'atar Guy lump Is and not where the oftenlngIs. with Journal, two local enewspapers.
the Florida road departmentfor Ben Lemacks $1,237 In cold cash. plan to try again early tomorrow t Slemple. chauffeur the .
tnt The opening Is seldom larger
witness said Mendenhall ?
a bridge across Peace river at She and her husband had a black The aviators made two efforts to O'ala-Jack Nobles was held Alachua -- White way lighting r $
and (Burned the than dime matter the slae of a'
killed the women (no
the foot of King street, Punta cat which they didn't want. They take off today, but were halted under bond here today In connection a system to be erected In this city 1 ,
Gorda, were approved by the ward also had a purse full of money each time by .blown tire. They with the recent flogging: car. Mendenlrall on the other shot the ruptures), and all cases. can be soon l7

The revisions In- which they did want. When they 'made runs over the beach for approximately of E. R. Barrett, T. J. Anthonyand hand asserted Sue Elliott retained with the end of a lead Ocala -- Florida Power Corporation t!
herself in struggle for a pistol t
.jud rtrraising, the gradehe kicked the cat out of the car. out two miles each time Nelson Drown: making the a pencil. to establish central district i
and that the chauffeur set fire to
dra.w*pan from an elevation of went the purse with It, unnoticed ,' but were not even able to get the sixth person to be held In Marlon The Hprrmaticit .. Fhi'I,'('onglex<< division In this city,

t fti'tu) feet to nineteen feet. A negro walking by the spot some tall of their heavily loaded mono- county as alleged members of the the ear "In his Mendenhall nearly 15 years has .'.. .nmhlnntlnri with.. un tttA..__ n..t..ln.n' P_____... Daytona Beach .- Appropriation w ffr

time later, picked up the purse plane off the ground Gully load mob. Nobles was arraigned late Imprisonment Simplex: ( Patent No. 747247 and / of $100 I for establishing trade l.J\lr\ pT"
and has
been model
a prisoner
gt Petersburg Because they and returned It to the Lemacks- ed. It weighs approximately seven yesterday( before the county judse built state prison bultdlnga and other patents pending) a scientific and Industrial school here approved ,)tI.j! '
believe the jobs should be given .after a deputy sheriff found him. tons, and has a gasoline capacity and charged with three Instances ( achievement\ In a highly spec by Volusla County Board of .d'.:: \':
trusted. The
,,, jingle women*who are dependent of 1,400 gallons. of false arrest and assault and generally pardon ialized art. It will not only retain public instruction! 1\.1\ *'
I' board said his 111 health was : r
on, their own effort for support, Miami=' battery Bond was fixed at $1- any case of rupture perfectly, but Lake City Progress being \
C. E. Parnell's scheme of the main considerations for
boards of the St. Petersburg Llvo Oak -Cucumber loadings 000 each mi false arrest charges one contracts the opening In 10 days made In securing right-of-way for '. t'' ,
school to make love-making more expensive from Live' Oak and three other and $3-0U 'each; I-Ith' : of the pardon. the Infinitely superior ;
Gulfport and Lehman dlsirtcta In Golden I I charges on average case. highway No. 82 In this vicinity. .ll'\\,
have decided afanst.t! e employment Beach was decidedly North Florida points were broughtto assault and battery. The arrest. -- to any instrument methodor Fort Myern -- Phosphate plant .. -.. .\:,
afoul of the law "
( of married women* as today. Parnellwas a close early this week by officials of Nobles wi.,/said to have followed Tallahassee -- Both Governor operation! and producing results may be established In this city ;. ,':t, ,

new teachers In the schools In seaside chief\ suburb of police of of Miami.the city The, a of the Manhattan Produce exchange word from Barrett, and his wife Doyle E. Carlton and C. C. Woodward In nn other way obtainable. Art Fort Lauderdale\ -- Work started ; ;,. )" ter

districts.. of Brooklyn, N. Y., who that they recognized the man on state commissioner of game cases are secure a lifetime a. on paving stretch road approximately / "; .
,lose, -- story goes that he frequently visited had contracted to pay 65 cents for the street here' as having been a and fresh water fish, today, condemned against further trouble or expense. nine miles long north of fW.h.

cars parked along the ocean each crate of fancies and pickles member of the mob that administered the actions of Sheriff' J. Large or difficult cases or III<'Islon- hero. .; :
Miami-Funeral services were beach at night '
t. extracting money from u large acreage In this sec- the flogging A. Johnson of Polk county and his al rupture ( following operations) Florida bank Clearings dllrlnlt't {,
held today for Captain Carl Gulllrer from amorous swains and their ladies tion. The total number of crates C. M. in violating solicited This Instrument totaled '"
deputy, Peoples, especially May $97.717,771 ;\
7 Inches tall, for over under threat ,:;::
feet, of
7 lie
arrest. was sent out from Live Oak was 6132. Crnwfordvllle Instant death the state law by buying veimlon, .received the only award InKngltuul Lag to compilation by Florida state valid:
to( years a circus sideshow giant. convicted of extortion in criminal These and some cull crates for three young persons and critical from Everglade Indians. Both officials l and In Spain, producing chamber of commerce' survived by a son who court here "
la, arisIng
Gulliver; today on'charges brought to Individual growers a Injuries for three others re- also| commended the !game; results without surgery!; InjHclloim, '
ID 7 feet, 1-2 inch tall. Ills reat out of the plan to capitalizeon total of better than $3,000, which sulted from an accident to a light warden who arrested the sheriff medical treatments or preMcrip- Just Like An Ostrich ,
Albert Ingle. His widow, the
name Is ways of young love Is not so bad as a "side line" on a roadster last night when the ma- and his deputy. The two county tlons, with dlHtlngiilMhed\ personal A medical .
of ( authority says a
Covlngton Ky. refused -
:Mr) Ingles, -- new crop. Those who participatedIn chine somersaulted twice and officials wero arrested In Collier parlous of all nations." who trios to cover kin fliT"
a $5,000 offer of a hospitalto Monticello Jefferson county this first year of cuke growingwere crashed Into a banister of the Sop- county Monday when the game "If yon want done l wits the rent portion Uomialtos and pimplos( with up toilet "' ,e.,f",fJ)

perform an autopsy on his body\ Is unperturbed by the recent low for the most part well satis choppy river bridge on highway!; \ warden found ven lon In the sherh cannot do- ...>.> "e,,'h'-." creams and powders la Just as. foolish t ,, ,. <'..;"
though she was admittedly destitute prices and lack of demand for wa- fled. The ..... : and as an ostrich that buries ill head in .;c "
produce company the No. 10. The dead are: !Murray h Iff'a: car They made bond and H. SKKLKY: of Chicago 'It
termelons. Thou|ands of acres growers will contract for a larger Du Trance, 21, and Wilson Dur- will be tried in the next term of Philadelphia, nationally famous the sand to avoid danger. Skin erup ,!' "

are annually planted In watermelons acreage next year. rance, 19. brothers and Miss Nel- Collier 1 county court. Sheriff, expert will himself |M-rm>niilly be stipation lions are la nature's throwing warning poisons that into con 'i-t ';'fife,I,

Key West To* capitalize on In the county but the melonsare lie Posey all of Medart, Wakulla Johnson was quoted as saying that at the White House Hotel, sod will blood stream and weakening your whotoconstitution. your :; 1<

the natural resources of Florida not Intended for shipment, be- West Palm Reach-With $9,000- county. The three dead were killed he bought the deer meat from the : remain! In Gainesville this Wednesday Ilomovo the constipated w I .'W;

experiments are needed. Experiment ing grown principally for the seed. 000 worth of flood control navigation instantly, their necks being Indians because the Indians needed only, July 16, from 9 a. m., condition and strengthen your ::\ .y
led a company at Big Pine The county Is the largest producerof Improvements for the Lake broken and their bodies flung Into the money and because someone to 5 p. m. dally, lie will be glad system s game disease and clear. up a .

Key, Fla., near Key West, to the watermelon seed of any similar Okeechobee district assured by the Sopchoppy river where searchers else would\( have bought the to demonstrate without charge\ or do your this! to with way to ,' ,
establishment of a profitable business area In the United States, and President Hoover's signing! of the recovered them late last night vetiRlon If he had not Governor fit them If desired.! vegetable medicine ix course that oIlIOI'bine.acts nature the ir.t..s c'It..
In utilizing the products of more pounds of these seed are' rivers and harbors bill the Okee-, All of those who met death were Carlton mild that the two Folk N. H.Kvfry: nUitniHMit' In till. "0. illy and cosily, which you can got at w3a{ .l
the shark. A hundred shark are each year sold and shipped from chobee flood control board has riding In the rumble seat of the county otlicers\ visited his office tinIIIIM Ix-rn tiTlfltil In-fore till Canova Pharmacy rt/o:/ ;
utilized every day and nothing Monticello than from any town In ,'ti..t.: :'

goes to waste. The business Is the world. ISfSfrJB

reported to be thriving. rte
Jensen E, N. Parnell, 60, bit- 1 I' '

Julncy Perhaps the first ten above the left knee by a barra vT7

shipment of Gadsden county blue- cuda or shark while bathing In Mi J'n!

berries ever made to northern the ocean here yesterday, was resting
recentlyby comfortably In the Fort Pierce
t> markets was dispatched : ,.
J. I. Reynolds company Blueberries hospital today. Parnell was standing ;
In Gadsden county are produced In waist deep water when bit : l ? fk'

on a commercial scale byT ten. The flub was not seen. Con- ;J;
W Blount and J. H. Walker. siderable flesh was torn away but 0 ,
The berries grown this year are physicians did not consider the as r ,+
luscious and of fine color and tex- tho wound serious. however,

ture. The local market has been Parnell lost considerable blood be- -
supplied for, some time by these fore aid arrived after he was' bit- ( (
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two farms. .
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St, Augustine! Residents of Two residents of .

fet Augustine were given an opportunity Dunnellon are patients In the Ala- - .. I II
to see a 200-pound<<1 bear' chua county hospital as a result of 3feW
killed In the southern end of St. the only Fourt of July mishap reported \\\A\ I 1

Johns county by a group of seven in this vicinity. Mr. and ,1 ,

local hunters. The hunters, with Mrs Maxie Lowe are the patients. V
three dogs, trailed the bear for Lowe Is In a serious condition, } ,'

some distance, coming within suffering with a broken back aud -' IV rf4

range In a dry branch off Hlldreth cuts and bruises, while Mrs. Lowe riui
creek. It took seven shots one sustained minor injuries and JA; ;;

from each member of the party, bruises. The Lowes and Mrs. t e *C <
to bag the beast The' bear was Lowe's sister were occupants of a

displayed here on a scaffold. car that figured in a crash a mile

north of Waldo shortly after 9 M4'
Ocala-There Is much distress o'clock last night. The Lowe's '

In Marlon county over a recent were rushed ty the hospital In a bbtt

decision of the Supreme court of DeWitt C. Jones company ambu-
Florida which declares the Mar-; lance. Mrs Lowe's sister received W

Ion county no-fence law Invalid. negligible bruises. tdv

Ever since Marlon by a substantial U/EV4t a
majority adopted a no-fence law, St. Petersburg --* Because he clacIAeltet '

certain cattle men of the county rolled the upper,, part of his bath- lfOlit

have had the matter In the courts Ing suit down as far as possible I .- : t

endeavoring every possible I and thel ower part up as frar as .
means to thwart the will of a ma- possible and because he couldn't I

jority of the people. They are agree with witnesses I In city court, Mat ?*
now temporarily successful. W. G. Martlnell a local fruit dealer >:. ,' 14 mitler and **
was sentenced to pay fines '. : 'a o\\

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the candidates were brought In one reported having 11' nice' -time.Mr ) MRS.-FRANK: : f S. FOWLER:

ci. MIMes "Mona and Blanche Alderman -] BROOKEKMlu *. J. P. Dickinson, and children i

and Mrs. Ins White appropriately Mrs. J. S. Williamson and f iw "Aunt Lizzie" as she was "

V c gyf played "Star of the East" Frmwl G.I_,.. C.... Mr. Calvin Hall were visitors at Ford Truck With Closed Cab to her many relatives and \, 00'"Rd.<10

an arrangement for the volln.: Keystone Heights Tuesday.Mr. I was one of the oldest reside!,,, '
viola and piano. Mrs. A, F. Raulerson of Okee- and Mrs. J, iZelgler\ and Bradford county. She was ,,1I1d,

Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs presented chobee ls here vlslt'ng: her parents. daughter. Ruth and 'Rhoda and of about seven years when IH/ ,

:' m. AM:- ) )MKS. II. ('. WALL. the chapter with a beautiful white Mrs. Raulerson will be one of our Miss Paulne: Crabb were' visitingMr. ended. She was born and 'IVett I\'ar

RTKKTAIMember :\- 3lble, with the letters O. E. S. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins and near Brooker all of her lit.
1I teachers this coming term. 1
embossed on the outside front. : family at Hampton Sunday night. Aunt Lizzie was not feeliiii

of their bridge club Miss Kilpatrick gave a most Inspiring A. L. Crosby and son Albert Lee I Theressa public school opened Eh' 11$ '* for some time but was ai|, ,,'ell

;. and friend t pent a delightful evening lecture on "Fidelity" attended to business In Jacksonville Monday July 7th with enrolled ;; E. the usual work around hei ", <10

J t with Mr. and Mrs. If. C :Many vtait.'ng! sisters also gave Interesting Tuesday.Mr. and Miss Hilda Sullivan teacher.We .' a anti1I'as\ cooking dlnn ln.t

K ; Wall Wednesday' playing auction and grateful words. and Mrs. C. 8. Laird and hope this will be another sue- walked out In front of tIn.
bridge. There were about seventy visitors l-I cesful term. where she became 'lI.e
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,J' daughter Miss Jean. left Tuesdayfor weak an, .
? three : 0 1/|
The living room present and nineteen chapters Mr David Jones of Hampton is P but was able with help t .
was Geneva, Ala. They expect to < ,
tables were arranged for play 1 were represented. This Is the visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. W the house. Uncle Frank <
tinning and other be gone; for several days. mi 1 .
with the historyof .
decorated largest attendance In Moore.Messrs. son came to her aid bu
Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby of ah ,
I flowers. During the games the Starke chapter James and Trfest Inj)
J garden Sidney lived a few
the _____ moments.
the tables. Lawtey attended Union meetIng .
r candy: wall'served on The candidates were Mrs.. Lillian were vls'tora: to Jacksonville Tues
Following: the awarding of Debrow and Mls ItOHallnd at Deedan church Sunday.* day. -* .. Ford Model A* trucks and Is easily removel. Botb cabs Two daughters and a n-ln| _

prizes to Mrs. C. A. Knight and Jacobs. At the clone of the regular Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Futch of Miss Hilda Sullivan was visiting NEW Model A light delivery are equipped with windshields of law arrived In a short whil, rnn)

: FJ :Mr. N. Sternberg for holding high work Mrs. Hosner worthy Hampton spent the weekend with Miss Louise" Hayes at Starke Mon\ were announced this Triplex shatterproof glass and vacuum Plant City. They had planned II)
oInch J served the her narents. Mr. and .loirs. P. A. the Ford Motor Companyand windshield wipers. spend the Fourth "WIth theh (
.".np..?. the hostess matron of Green Cove Springs day. week by type ath-

; players with a'salad course. chapter who is an aunt of the candidates Crosby. MK: A. L. Sullivan was a visitor are on display In the showrooms Model AA trucks may be had with er and mother and did not know

t Theme present were: Mr. and presented them with beau. Among those attending to business to Starke Monday. of Ford dealers. a platform bod'. which can be the sad news until they reached

.r the :Mrs. C A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. tiful Eastern Star pins. in Starke Monday were: Mr. S Changes In the trucks are principally equipped with stakes or a panel home expecting, see her omim
Judge .aud Mrs. A. and Mrs. C. S. Laird A. B. Sur- which The chassis has Improvements to greet them.
Ii feel N. Sternberg, The refreshment! committee was In the front end body. many
11 )icAtJ 2. Adklns, Senator and Mrs. E. well prepared for all present and rency? K. P. Galney Mrs. A. F. has been completely redesigned. and including the four- The community was IItl'lIlhshocked ;
and Mrs. J. C, Raulerson and Miss Lois Galney.: EVERGREEN S l larger front for Aunt Lizzie
M. Johns and Mr. during the social hour served In the cab. The radiator Is higher speed transmission wa> bEloved !-

3 dfa lloblnson.Cil'KHTH bricks Ice cream and homemadecake. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell are Mr' P. A. n........C.... with more cooling surface fenders I I brakes: stronger springs power by all. She often walk -d i lei

tabV : -.---- S motoring through South Florida are wide and flowing, and a black I take-off/ opening! and optional[ clualreat' church or \o Brooker. Sh., ,'ai

.1 HONORKD: this week visiting relatives.f cowl 1 strip adds a note of distinction wheels. always ready>; to help thost who(
Mr. and Mra Sounders and
llllTIHT W. M. I'. i'lRCM-M: : TO Mrs. Curtlss Melvin and children Roy.. The new Model AA trucks with I F- The Model A line of new commercial were sick or In need. Man ir,.

Mlp% Buiyiy Canola entertained JI JET: spent Monday In Starke with children and Miss Lucille Forsythof the four.speed transmission Intro I cars comprises a light delivery I able to tell of the kind deed in,

Saturday night with three tables her parents. Jacksonville were visiting B. E. duced several mouths ago may be truck: with pick-up body a ae luxe I has done. Truly "She hath ion.i, ,,

cf bridge; honoring; her guests, The circles of the Baptist W. M. Mr. Will Malphurs of Starke at-' Rosier and mother Sunday. had with enclosed or open cab. The I delivery truck a small panel truck what she could."
tended the Union meeting at Dee- cab shown Is all and a station These cars She
Mlddleton and enclosed above wagon. leaves her husband .
AIlsHes Evelyn o' U. will hold their meetings Mon- Roberta and Elizabeth Gnann of m.Ia
dan Sunday. is low in have the smaller wheels and larger ,
It yet
st el. appearance hlldren. and two
Catherine Mann of Sanderson. day afternoon. at 4 o'clock In the Okahumpka spent several days I gran totaled Miss The tobacco gathering and mel- with ample head room. The open tires of the new Ford passengercars. whom she raised; one
were homes
r When scores following : last week here with their aunt
on picking Is moving at full cab is of black rubber top materialIn Bill
i Evelyn Stump held high: and Miss Circle No. 1, Mra. W. L. Wall. on Mrs. J. E. Rosier. _ n__ Tlllla of Plant City be. fa
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low. They were Circle No. Mra. O. J. Urimn. swing. Nearly all the boys and --- many other relatives and friends
:Hone Ilaynea. 2. Mrs. J. S. nosier spent Wednesday -
presented with appropriate prizes, Circle No. 3. Mra. P. M. Bare girls of school age being engagedIn of last week in Starke vIsitIng Paper-Read Georgia Commercial I who mourn their great loss!
stringing and storing tobacco. They look forward
4t and the honor guests received mementoes foot. her granddaughter Mrs. Rob- to a great
of the occasion. a Sheriff Epperson and Deputy reunion by and by which will ,
bie Lee, who is a patient at the 110'
of Sapp of Starke were visitors here Forestry Convention be spoiled by death's cruel
Kotowing the awarding prizes MlTIC'i.OP TAX KQt'ALIZl-: Monday. Marr hospital. / -- handPheonx
Ice cream and cake were served. T10\ Mr. and Mrs. Fit Varnes of -
Mr. and Mrs II. P. Galney motored : Utility crew
_ Invited( to be with me nonor Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.Varnes' !. --- construct

guest were: MIsSes| Lola Adklns, The board of county commissioners to Waldo Sunday. grandmother Mrs. J. S. 1918 there was an organization such abundance.Dr. ing power high line from Naples 10

Lol I. Long Marjorie and Evelyn'I of Bradford county Flor- Curtis Melvin spent Sunday and I Rosier Sunday. supported by the railroad Austin Cary in an article Bonita. Springs.

Stump Martha Powell. Hope and ida, will meet at the courthouso in Monday In St. Petersburg. Mi'\ and Mrs. Ury Reddish' and known as the Southern Settlementand published recently in the Naval Key West Bids opened for
H. P. and R. M.! ; and construction
Georgia llaynea, Frances Hemingway ;- the clerk's office Monday July 28, Gainey children of Heilbronn Springs Development Organization. Stares Review tells of a small of proponed building
Sam Baxter for the
business -
were Citizen
and 1 Louise Marcotte. 1930 as board of equalizers for transacting I grove ofalash pine twenty Publishing/ 'm-
a In Ttirnpa Thursday spent Sunday with their daughter, Dr. Austin Cary was sent and It years pany.St. .
the purpose of hearing complaints to him old at Starke, Florida; where In
Mrs. Cohen Peele. ; was my good fortune have
VIHITOIl IIOM:- >Hii: ) Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Galney were Petersburg Establish, '
__ and receiving testimony as to the attending to/business in Jacksonville R. S. and Carl Koajer spent a come to Cogdell the first stop on 1929 he worked for turpentine of.' new banking
qukU : value of any property real or personal few days In Madison last week the his mission. Dr. Cary spent a 150 faces on an acre and left unworked Institution here
tern Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght a planned by Dupont !Interest ,
gave I
or mixed, fixed the 114 trees of equal size. nirecently <
: 'as by Orval Fowler of Miami spent guests of Mr.( and Mrs. W.' O. week with me, th greatest part of
delightful bridge party Tuesday for charter
tax assessor for the year 1930 Raines. each day we spent in the woods At prices which turpentine leasescan
part of last week here, where he Key West-New
her home fire
'afternoon at complimentary -
against the owner or agent of such. Mr. Kersey and family spent and under his tutorship I learned be sold for the land owner englm le-
to Mrs. J. L. Frazue Jr. attended the funeral of his grandmother S Ing tested by fire department
property. the week-end at Oak Grove near man'y things about the pine tree would realize about $6.50 per acre ]
Mrs. Fowler. Fort
Quantities of old fashion 'garden PIerce-Total of 3,747
j. a. CnI annually for the lease these tonv
Mawclenny visiting relatives.! that I never knew before. The on
Miss TIIlI'left,
flowers were prettily arranged Chairman of Board Ruby Sunday for 150 faces and growth would increase I freight handled through local por
Mrs. J. S. Sapp and /children following winter we began protecting "
her home In Punta (Jorda after by Baltimore
I. In the large living room where and Carolina Stuam'
Attest and one-half cords of '
I : one
lands fire.
spent Sunday with her mother our against The
the guests spent the afternoon. G. W. ALDERMAN spending three month here with wood 750 board feet of ship Line since inauguration 'n r
,, Mrs. J. S. Rosier first winter we kept about seven or lumber
Jllgh and second scores for the afternoon I her cousin. Miss Elsie Barry. coastwise! service three ni .mills
Clerk and Auditor. annually.
It. Davis/of MI' and Mrs. Schellla Rosier thousand acres from burning; in
Mf. and Mrs. Alachua
were made by Mrs. K. M. ago.
;_ ,' ______ o. S- spent Saturday night' here with were visiting Mr. and !Mrs. A. BHoHler two years we had a stand of slash ; Lands reforested with slash Salerno Union
e.iI \ Johns and Mrs. C. A. }Knight each Fish
( (\IISSIOV: Kits: PItiiMUK: Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney.: Sunday afternoon.Mrs. pne! about knee high as thick as pine have tour main products to o*
receiving a prize. Mm J, L. Fra- I pany Inc., granted chartet >
T..a.1' rojta'JstiA.LKAII: : : -1\I/HII/ Lubedla Plnholater Maggie Forsyth of Jacksonville hair on a dog's back. Today these sell: they are:
Zee Jr.. wan given a guest prize. was corporation, to deal in all md
4fL. __ The following players enjoyeda attending to business In Gainesville spent the week- nd 1 with trees are from. fifteen to thirty First: "Land nY-Products," of perishable property.
(Continued<1 from page 1.) Saturday her mother. Mra. i. S, Rosier.! feet high. three to five Inches in such 'aa game, cattle and sheep.Second Vero
naiad course: Mrs. C. A. Knight Beach Rlcou Ilaioi
Mrs. H F. Redding and children )- diameter breast high, standing between AT<
: "Thinning Products
Airs. .K. M. Johns Mrs. N. Stern- 12. 10 mills. Mr. 1 H. I'. Galney was visitingIn Company opened branch ,ur,
spent Friday at the state three hundred and eight such aa poles piling fence
bTK Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes Mrs. 'W. Special sub-school district No. Lake Butler Sunday afternoon.Mr. posts, here.
_ Andrews farm the guest of her sons, Ellery': hundred trees per acre. In ten ties and pulp wood.'I'hlrd .
M. Wainwrlght; Mrs. J, C. Kobin- 13. '10 mills. Wesley passed
;k& U. and Bryant Redding, years w\e expect to begin cupping : "Pine (Gum" from whichwe ... ..
through hero morning -' "
!Ion, Mrs. O. L. Heuftley, Mrs. I.., Special sub-school district No. Tuesday en- ; : ;
ttien !!
\ for naval
IUL Mteies! Pauline and Juanita HosIer ; stores. make naval stores -
route to Starke.
c. Cano Wyman. Mrs. A. Adktns, Mrs. ,15, 10 mills. ,
J. L Fcazee and Miss Mabel Wel- Special sub-school district No Miss\ Stella Mae Ward of Jacksonville spent Sunday with Effle and Location and type of soil are Fourth: "Lumber." 4 "July Jewels" at the
the Edna Grlflls at Pine Grove; some of the determining factors of It has been shown conclusively!
; spent Fourth
ler. Id. 10 mills. here
Special sub-school district No. with her mother, Mrs. ,.. P. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch forestry. In thla paper I shall I In France over a long period of I IFLORIDA
iiptjit the week-end with !Mr.\ and consider only private forestry It time. and fir the United
mtrLKH: holD I.NTKHKSTINOMKKTI.NU ; ; 17. 10 mills. Mrs. R. W. Hraimen and daughter as States >byIsolated
F Ft'
; ; MOV, AKTKUNOOV: :- ( Special sub-school district No., Pauline are here visiting her Mrs. Leslie McClellan. applies to the slash pine, in'Hhe examples over shorter periods I
parents Mr. a coastal plains of the South Atlantic that the growing of turpen- I II
.7'. 18, 10 mills. and Mrs. II. P. Oaln-
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producing It I a profitable

_ ; ,v Tile circles:Society or tile'oman'lI of the Methodist AIIHlonary having The clerk prepared of estimates tha circuit of court revenues ey.Mrs.. R. (I. Allen of' Statesboro, I nLSI.lUu'r; : : HUE.IKS: I'economic a combination of climate soil and enterprise for the land owner.' It : Home of VltaphoneGAINESVILLE

; conditions not duplicated Is sound Investment returning I
church met Monday afternoon at and 1 receipts from Ga, 1s' here visiting her parents, : FLA.
11 sources Jacksonville Fla, July 4.--Tho elsewhere In the wOIld. It Is I ___ _
Mr. ; a attractive profits and the landowner
and Mrs. A.
the four o'clock; the Harriet Peek Circle other than ad valorem taxes to be I B. Surrency.
watermelon deal in North Florida unique and limited
opportunity. need not necessarily wait i
Us. being entertained by Mrs. L. levied Mrs. C. W. Knight of Jacksonville PROGRAM
.c reasonably to be expected FOR WEEK of
endn and South Georgia broke witha Everyone knows there breedsof
are until his trees
the suit-
J Wytnan, at herlvlngsley: / Lake cot- from the 1st day of October 1930, spent Tuesday here with age
: crash late last when dual !
shipments purpose cattle tbat profit- able for working because thrifty: JULY 10th 1930
w take friend and
and the Noble White Circle to the 30th day of Sept. 19:II, and relatives.
from both states started ably give milk while
vY4v4ltor growing beef
go- ; growing timber at all times has ----
lifting entertained by Mrs. S. B. the said estimates having been MUs Zelmu Thomas of Gainesville ; a
Y-O Howling and Mss! Amelia Hay at properly certified under oath were spent last week here with Ing to market at the rate of many there' are comparatively) few people 'sale value the same aa growing domestic TODAY &: FRIDAYWILL
hundreds of who know
cars dally one day's of that wonderful
animals or' orchard
% ndrt the home of the former. ordered spread upon the minutesof friends and relatives. ROGERSIn
shipments amounting to approxi- dual purpose tree, the slash pine I know
sean find out for
The business session of the Harriet the said board and the original lolls Elsie Flowers of Campvllle I
mately 2,000 cars' pausing 'glut which will produce pine of
gum yourself that
raising slash
Peek Circle spent last week here pine
OVAZ wag presided 1 over to be flied as a part of the records with friends
). by Mrs. T. J. Griffin and an offerIng of the said board In words and fig- I, and relatives.Mr. ted markets In consuming centers, sufficient value to pay all expenses. trees Is a safe sound and profit- "So This Is London"
and forcing taxes and Interest
prices to the lowest on the invested able
ss.d of $14.15 was made for the urea as follows: I Theodore I linen of Gainesville ; enterprise. ThereIn I Added
i M levels that have bee I experiencedIn capital while It is growing
) wood
U Ik' local work. Mm. J. W. White led' I'll nil I was vlslttnir frlpniln- .'-horn.-. .last--. : no danger of over-production <' rleW 1: In the lesson. study" whl'h'wall the From ocupatlonal and railroad Sunday. v many seasons. at the rate of one to two cords per of slash pine; we' cannot rase! I I- _ _
oure Prices at shipping points ranged 1 acie each or stated
ordCuhils 'first chapter of "Spiritual Adventuring" license, 11250.00. Misses Lorena and Ozena Green another enough. Pine treea can bo raised SATURDAYMARION
I from $50 to $130 way, five hundred
per cur early to one thou- with less work and
and Mr.
Mallla worry
TkI. by Bertha Conde The I"In* Xc "orte'lIul't' Fund: Surrency were visIting thl.s week. Prices declined so sand board feet of lumber DAVIES
rap- other
e' ,. '' L.. ,:hostess, assisted by her little From fines and costs collected in Gainesville and CampvlllS! acre per crops. They are natural to
Idly both at annually.
shipping point and
cI1 V Sunday. our soil and climate, and suffer la
) daughter< ttuth. and Mrs. L. D. 1660000. 'destination' From

Vlnlng, served light refreshments! The board then took up the matter Miss Beulah Lewis spent the that cash buyers at the most an industrial standpoint I less with danger from: Insects, disease "The Floradora' Girl"a
shlplpng points.ceased their operations promising raw materials
to the following guests: Mesdames of week-end In Alachua with drouth rain and winds than I
o1 making an estimate of the rela for this section Comedy of the '90'a
and many cars rolled unsold. are the timber and gay
tives. any other in fact
Hogan Smith II, A. Dew, E. M. necessary expenses of the county chemical crop about the I Added
North Florida shipping sections products of the pine tree.
Johns T H. Massey! N. T. Hitch. for the fiscal year from Oct. 1st. Mr. J. J. 'Morgan was visiting in reached their peak during the past I! The returns. from a forest for only the enemies they have are fire, I Harry LniiKdon Comedy "BitsMONDAY&

_ __ '. v D. K. Knight T. J. Clrlffln U. A. 1930 to Sept 30th, 1931, and Lake Butler last Sunday. week and from now on shipment's' lumber alone will attract some razor back hog and the destructive IUc'k"

: Weeks. J. Hflitch.. J, W White having considered the receipts Misses Stellamae and Florene should decline rapidly. men, but the greater and quicker type. of turpentine operator -

"V'-HJI1. A. II. Green E:: L Blgga. A. Z. Ad estimated! by the clerk and having Ward are visiting friends and .
>,, JtSpMMI Some shippers in this sectionare profits are to be realized from I know TUESDAY
;s , llll i kIn., Olin W, White Miss Olive given full consideration of the relatives In Jacksonville.Mr. trees which that In raising pine trees

Ray and Mrs. J. L. Drlggs; ,. of I needs and necessities of the county aud Mrs. }oJ. T. Stewart of optimistic feeling that the ducts well produce chemical pro- I am helping my neighbor who "The New Movietone
markets will clean as as lumber.
I up over the shouldbe prefers to raise
Jacksonville. and the Alachua were guests of other crops. I am
requirements of tho different Mr. and clear Follies of
Fourth of July and that next week that the naval stores industry crating foundation 1930"With
'F Mrs, W n. Parks leader of the purposes to meet the Mrs. R. P. Lewis Sunday. for prosper-
expenses It the
.or will see a better market with strategic key to forest -
Noble White Circle presided over during the said fiscal Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby were one Industries In my community I I
year, higher prices Some south Georgia growth in this area. For every am I EL BRENDEL
I 'a short business session after have determined visiting In Jacksonville last Saturday fortunes for
do hereby declare dolla( of
.r shippers feel that there Is no profit made from lumher my ch'ldren! and I am also I Added
which the I
study discussed the
was budget
a as published In and
.', by Mrs. James T. Guy who thin Issue to be the estimated expenses Mr. A. B. Surency .;. M. flaxen, reason Is to feel that this lIeaaon'lIcrop slash pine thinning two dollars products of the to make safely and easily as much i IUIIK ('<>m.ily "When the W'Ih11Jllows"Hflllncl '
total financial loss are made
a although L
_ _ ; iso used the first chapter of and all special and extraordinary L. R. Galney R. T. Osteen, L. 1\, the mnarket,1ta( low ebb. from naval stores. money Investment as other'people with a like I -__ News

Spiritual Adventuring us her expenses contemplated for Waters and J. H. Kelley: were . Imagine a field for but who must take I
that if weather
10, say conditions conservative WEDNESDAY"Ilenson
No theme. The hostesnes,'unstated. by lh. year, from ad valorem taxation transacting business In Starbe last remain favorable. the season Investment which definitely can be more care and risk.a .

_ _ Nettle Cowling and James God- and L estimated receipts from other Monday. called
will last from two to three weeks better than Insurance safer Tallahassee Bridge and Llrh.way Murder Case"A

bold Jr.. served light refresh- sources which will be available. longer and growers may yet receive than bonds. and more profitable contracts, aggregating $464- Pub Vance Story
ments. Those besides the hostesses The board then proceed to select than preferred stock. With
profitable prices for the major An economic 497 and Including one of largest
U. enjoying the meeting were: names, to serve as jurors- TIIERESSA portion of their crop. situation now exists in the single lime rock projects Wm. POWELL & FAY
.o', Mesdames A. 'V. Anderson ever let
i Sam county judge's court, for ensuing South which will
Lateness of melon In both permit these by state
o .Anderson A. Wood W. H Parks in Miss Ithoda :7Il.r Cor.Mian crops government, awarded by WRAY
year accordance with specifications
Chapter Florida and Georgia rffmiltlnir..: In to be filled. When state highway department
J. F. Colley J. T. Guy. K. 8. Mat- 10167, laws of Florida acts of overlapping of sh'pmenfs!- has been- you read in your favorite newspaper ly. recent jV omucily and! Path?" Review

_ Itch tnew. W Q. Halle. %V. 10:. MIddle. 1925. Mildred Phillips spent the the cause of the unfavorable mel- or magazine that "Commer

_ 3; ton. and Mrs. D. II. Edwards, of The board then took a recess! week-end at Earlton Beach with on situation. Quality o( melons was clal reforestation- In actual prog. COMING

'Jacklon.llle. until the 28th day of July, at Mice Maude Bender. generally very good although considerable reS In the South" It means little STERL COURTNEY RUDDY ROGERSIn

It was decided' that for the remainder which time they will organlie asa Miss Rhoda Zeigler returned sunburn was> showing. to you. unless you realize also Its '

_ .l. ,L; I of the summer season the board of equalizers and review home Saturday evening after a visiting a potential effects/ in the financial TsVIt1sCIi, AndRKOISTKIIKI S "Safel

1- circle would 'meet at the Metho- the valuations on all taxable property with friends and relatives In Hlrtlia I and industrial fields and that it : : IIH4I.K5TATH in Numbers"BROWN
'tb *
_5 'dlst church. In Bradford county. Florida Jacksonville.Miss may have a direct and personal relationship MKOKKIt ;1 --

'4 sflt a as fixed by' the assessor 'of said Pauline Crabb la spending Mr. and Mrs. Ellja' Strickland to your pocketbook.C. 1 Starke, Fla. JOc & SOC

iiRt rdI oFi'iri.u. VISIT: (U)l' WORThY county. a few days thla week at, Starke Graham girl Jul .. 3. E. Curran, Senior Chemist t. .

fJllANU MATHON O. t;. H. G. W. Alderman. Clerk. with Mr. and Mrs. B. Johns. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Qusterhaut U S. Forest Products Laboratory,

Miss Ida lIagan entertained! at Starker boy. July 9. ': writing recently In the Paper

The Masonic hall was a bowerof Jacksonville Movement under her home with a party Monday Mr. and Mrs.: F. B. Brookln, girl: ''Trade Journal says "Apparently

beauty Monday night. In honorof way to establish model!' ,giocery evening In honor of her nephew, Vanderbilt, July 9. the South Is just entering upon TRUCK LINE
Miss Lillian KilpatrIck. worthy store here.Iturtow Mr. Roscoe of the development ANNOUNCESthe
nj May New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Frlsby of a pulping Industry
grand matron of the grand chapter\ New recreation ball La. Many games were played and that will make acquisition to
Mlddleburg, boy, July 9. past projects their line, of Hireinbotham
: 4I&tJ of Florida Order of Eastern: Star. and class, rooms of Methodist enjoyed also the delicious re i.. a there seem more or less! insignificant Line Truck

M wtIg V's' At the appointed hour the officers church and Sunday school formally treshments consisting of lemonade KeyVeet -! Value. 'of' exports ." To-the informed observer now being operated between Jacksonville Starke

h1i. ,:t nf the Starke Chapter took opened. and cakes. Those present 'shipped from here during April totaled this development is not surprising. and GainenviUe, -and will be represented i in Starke by

: their places and the' regular work Fort Pierce Apte Bros plan were: Misses Willie Mae and Okie U.3U,134. The only thing strange the ,

q was carried out. During the Initiatory opening of tomato canning plant Hlnson. Hilda and Thelma Sullivan St. Augustine--New Plaza Restaurant about it Is that it has bee so long DeWitt

yftiso 'w. work appropriate music here in future. Eula and Clara Swindell and opened to public; at 33. In coming. Perhap. the chief factor C. Jones Hardware Store, Phone No. J

'c rendered by Mr. Lucille Da. Plant City 28 car load of Ruth and Rhoda Zelgler, Messrs. King street. In the delay has been a lack A Good Lln.

"18. The Impresslveness of the spring vegetables principally pepper Bert Hlnson, Roscoe May David j> Jacksonville-City council considers technical knowledge needed to to Hang Your Business On
:- ceremony was greatly augmentedby shipped out 'of., here during Moore James Triest. Author Mill- wane for proposed establishment make the best use.of the pulping Dependable and Daily Service
I the beautiful :
muilc. Before recent three-day period. ken and Willis 'Swindell. Every- of public market. resources that the South has in S

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1, rI1,4 I1, BRADFORD COUNTY i '
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I Mr. and Mrs. E, JI Smith have ; Col. and Din. J, E, Futch of 1 KxpeiiH** 0-; election I 300.00lndeIna with with children ofchool

I their nephew Billy Harris, of i DeLand and Mr. and Mrs T N. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. 100.DOKenerve UK _ fl I i400.06n.lldlelr
Houses Are Pea. fur oontlnirencleitTotal '
Movie Jacksonville -
III the : wtth them i f LtmbnuRh of Lakeland are guests Knnilllntr .
r Miss. )II.. 0.".., Cor.
] I h of Mr and ..tvon outstanding-
I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. I I a
Flue A- .';,;;;' i.-ii'.01 rant. addition to tail ItO.OO y
Mrs. George Marcctte and : -- Sheriff and ileputle, rout Payment of on. outstanding.
"With Byrd At The daughter. Lena, were business visitors : -i Mr Pete Brlnaon', who Is att Mrs. F. K. Carr of Ieystone' hill /In criminal COUCH __JSOOrt.00 warrant" tuMIUon to jail 100.M I ++
ring C>mi>tal I for Meadvllla Pa., her
left July 2 ,
to Jacksonville( Monday. ing summer school at the lId-1 : r.......* -1.--- 60.JO Total __-. _- I) MO.04
city of Florida! as'tn Starke former home, where she will visit Clerk of the Clrc-ult Court It wa thereupon iPHiilvnl thai. the w
relatives and friends.' Mrs. Carr rout hilt! In cvlmtnal cases 5000 Clerk of the Circuit (part l 10" directed -
And How I Wish > I Mrs O. L. ; Mrs. urday 'I' County judK. com bill IniTlmlnul
role' JBeasley, A. Z. ; to have the foreHrolnir. enllmateiiu
ath Adkins and Mrs. E. L. Biggs ,' --'- will I be gone/; for several weeks, .. CHXBH. .. .. .__ 1100. 0 made by the hoard. of < ,.untyvommlHMlonvr
wel'etn \\'. H. Ogden and 0. L. Bird (Ctiunlv: nprullnir attorney published Inn 'IHWKiater ,
I Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Supt. of' Schools Ortms and Prof.S. conviction fee. and nalnrv: *00( .00 | In the county l I'v one ln','rtlo.i ak.p
I drove to Jacksonville Monday on' llnlllffa pav for tt..n \ S. Dowllng w r ,bllslnelll visitors t-rlinlnal.. court _______ 150.00'ltnesa ( .hi forwarded, to the 1 ,
}\ and Mrs Hart Stringfellow to Gainesville. Wednesday af business: \\ fees _ _ _.____ 600.00 roller or III.* male of KMoriiln !
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. ternoon. Forty employee of the Crane Other ei' >cnn...$ of criminalproxvrutlon J. O. CIIKWs.I \ps iv
h__ IOO 00Sheriff Chairman Hoard of County
1 can't understand (U why, after living almost three Beasley Sunday Company of Jacksonville celebrated : rcminilHiiloii on fine.etc. Comnliaeiunor,. '
what the seventy-fifth anniversary i .. colluded __.____ 40000 ATTEST!! : Ar rr
Mr. u
,IriOn a cake of Ice, that great, flyer came home Just in timE and Mrs J. H Boring, Jr.. Feeding irlnonvr( . ___U". JO'Ml.oo' (O.V.. At.T>I".H\r\N: y ,
Misses Madge and Hazel Middle-\ of Waldo have announced of the establishment, with an
In ( the arrival 'I 11'"y.of Juror In criminal Clerk of 110"rd.
and Auguat the U. S.
upend) July A. ton spent last Friday with rela- of a son on Tuesday, JulyS outing at Keystone Heights July i "Macs------------------. 45000 it.y
Oiiard I Ht Jail
may get canned by the Chamber of Commerce, but I'm tives at Jacksonville Reach lie has been named John Rut- 3. Bathing was enjoyed throuKh- :Iteaerved fur cnntlnirvnvlox---l---i----;;.-.- HDO.IIO

I ledge III. out the day at Keystone's populnrbathlnR' -- 666
Ire to tell the ,world that this Is hot weather. If the stock Fashionable Total _.______ __ .___:
women wear Hum- beach where It Is always \Brlrulmrnl Ku.iUt

Irket would only go up like my thermometer we would all be ming Bird Hose and enjoy the dif Mr. and Mrs. \\'. W. Batsden 'cool, and a delightfully Appetising !, Koine liemoiiKtrutlon. <<' awl. _| 600110 llrlle\e. a Meadaeh nr N."r.I.I. !I. ''

tomorrow morning.For ference. A wide selection and luncheon and dinner were served 'b..hlr..hll', University of too mlnutea, rfceik M fold fa* fire
,,1II0nalres by awaits daughter Mrs. W. S. Blakely Florida _ ___.__ _. 31\(100(l
you at Stump's Store. and son left' Wednesday for a to the guests of the company at dar, find cberfc :Malaria' In tlireejll
the past three days I have been putting a cake of Ice visit with friends and relatives in Keystone Inn. A program of' Total _ nau uu (( O also Iii Tablets
i the Bathtub, turning on the electric fan and ordering a dish Mrs C.a. and nieces Pensacola. games: and contests was observedIn AlloWMnne Mitlher'n IIIHlli, Prnnlon In \vldoWNShivar Kundl. Kxf a

Ice ,:ream from the drug store, but still I have the unpleas- Frances and Helen McLaughlin -----. the afternoon at the close of' J' ':

left Sunday for St. Mathew, S. C. Representative Lex Green! arrived which some very worthwhile prizes ; '
[ sensation of feeling like an oversized) fever blister. STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ;
t Saturday to spend, ills vacation were awarded. The lounge at the ;:

I can't promise you a round trip ticket to the south pole Mr. and Mrs\ It. C. Brown and with Ma parents, hip and Mrs. W. Inn was placed at the disposal of' Suits Cleaned Pressed and Reshaped'-Y: YJ

ih Byrd, but I'll do my best to keep you cool right here at little daughter have returned to I H. Green at theleKUignley. .. - Lake those who wished to play curds. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 \
Tampa after visiting here and In cottage Uunclng at the pavilion In the _ ;'r 1\
,.me Make a non-stop flight down to see Commander Sternrg Lawtey. "I' I ,
evening brought to a clone a day ;. '

[ !!. lie sells the coolest underwear In town. I have one It Is a fashionable' habit among of' pleasure. that will be remembered _ 0_. "if!.,... f
i: -. --__.--- -- -- - -- -- ---- -- .j;....L'..'
u .
id two piece underwear for men and one-half and one-quarter Mrs. Dale VanSIckel of Gainesville smart women to wear HummingBird by the guests of the Crane Co., Un -- - -- -- "',1i.;;tI".'

L.e, underwear for ladles.STERNBERfi'S. spent the week-end here I hose} a complete selection of 81one of their moot delightful j'' '
( with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'delicate! shades await your choiceat outings.
:':: : J. Epp I'son. Stump's Store.. "Rememberthey The fourth of July brought a :.lit !:'>
API:1'111. /are guaranteeed." "
: record crowd to the Keystone '
..r ph'.u.ap Ia [ grTUB Judge and Mrs. James It. Kelly
raters ; Heights bathing beach All day
Ind 1.r a $1 of Madison were guests of Col. Miss Rosalind Jacobs. returned
rdN groups of picnickers' enjoyed the QUALITYI!
and Mrs. A. S. Crews over the Sunday from West Palm Beach .
RELIABLE STOKE open dunce pavilion the tool shaded ( -
week-end. where she spent (lie past month
picnic: grove, and the bathing I .
I*. S. New about that new buthlfiK Suit; ? :Now l Sanford E. Hitch of 1II00refleld.V. Rosebelle Scher.Mr. .
ground equipment hlatldell( ::1f
\ Va. Is
spending several weeksIn -
greatly, tO T1\e! attraction of the I .
Starke with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. and Mrs.\ S. S. 'Dowllng and I I t,
un ,
- - beach for there children can bo
KendrIck. daughter Nettle, will leave for t : ;,
25Z.rBits cutely amused for hours I rI
-- Tallahassee Saturday where they I '
Mrs. J. H. HoiiHer of' Keystone I '\'
Mrs. J. M. mother will visit Mrs. Dowling's mother, ;j.v '
Heights, left Wednenday for As Well LOW PRICES ,:
as ,
Mrs. R. Bylaska, of Ft. Myersare Mrs W. S. Stroman. 7 .
of guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. :-.-- Chicago where she will spend two -:_ M"t..
weeks with her son and diiughter- I
Darby. Mr. and Mrs. J. M' \lvart>1 hud
In-lawvMr. and Mrs Harold Houa- !
aft guests last week Mr! and Mrs
( Mrs. Jam Godbold and son. Render Lee Callahan: Jr., of' Atlanta er. Mrs Houaer will then go toMeudvllle HOT DAY SPECIALS i 1
I Pa, to be with her
Local NevI Jr.* of Jacksonville, arrIved who were en route to St.Petersburg. .
daughter, Miss| Gertrude Hoimer' -
here Monday and are guests of '"lj
who ii.- tending school
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. numtnor Pale Dry I Welch's + "r
at Allegheny College, and will also -

Concerning Our People, Business; and Miss Miriam Jacobs has returned Ethel Mrs.! Griffin D. P. leave Carpenter today and for hue Mills spend some time; during; the : Grape Juice .ft :.

Progret of the County .and Town. summer at her home in Lakewood, Ginger Ale Fl
from New gmyrna where the onton, Ca., where thby will visit N. Y I :
was the guest/of Mlus Eva John- Mrs. Carpenters mother Mrs. W. 1 "
The M'BHes Ruth t Lawrence and Quart Ilottte 57c : i ,
J 11011. T. Jackson. i Mi
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<:5 3:ur52 ------ LSLtIt .. Helen Ogden and Mr. H. H, Law 2 Bottles 25c
WK'TJlllt: REPORT: Baronet Satin! all shades 49c at fW.] Jessie Williams, and Dr. Mltfoes\ Isabel and Alice Fernandez fence were In Staike Monday, .. Pint Hot tic X290!I

Stump's. 1. W. Hull of Jacksonville were will leave Sunday for Clayton, )11'. J. H IlouHcr who spent/

July 8, 1930 by Ga. where will bo July 4th with his. son and familyat I rJ' < 'I
fit ending here this week enjoying a fishing they located at Assorted Jello Ice CreamPowders
I Forestry Department, Starke Miss Ethel Griffin returned Wednesday trip an guests of) Dr. O, L. Ito jrnes. the Wuudlam! Lodge for several JatkHonvIlli1, returned to his p

I,h. from Jacksonville where ------- weeks. home In Keystone Heights ]\fonda ;tJ.r

(Hate !Max. Mln. Preclp. she has been visiting relatives. Miss Pearl Reddish of Jackson ----- )'. Jeilo <

ville Is spending her vacation with Mrs. C. A. Knight, MIN! Thelmii! Keystone Heights; Is looking for

t 87 T. Mr.\ and !Mrs. Callis Manning of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. I. J. Silcox! and Milton Itrowulee went ward to the arrival of the 4-H +P.{o f

j 85 69 .36 the State farm were visitors here Reddish. to Milliard Wednesday and were club girl from all over the state 3 } 3 25cA .' Q \
4 90 69 Tuesday. accompanied home by Miss Lena on July 22. The girls. will spend I I pkgs.25cCanada pkgs. - A f

_91,. 70 _ Belle "' .a week hero" and will be housed nt ,
5t Misses Grace Wood and Ruby Shepard.I ) I .
91 68 the Wo ma n'B Club house The <
Col. D. E. Knight" spent Monday :Mae Poppell went to Lawtey Mon I J// ,\
1 97 69 in Tavares and Leesburg on professional day where they have positions In Mr. and Mrs. W. V.(Carter aril 1 4-11 club boys who will arrive on Drn Choice l1 "
i 73 T. Aug. S, will have their: II I
99 business. the Lawtey school COIL of I Lakeland, ppent Sunday ;I headquarters et'erape'Budweiser
9 73 i hero with! relatives Miss! Inez at the pavilion. Ale \\f '

I rainfall for week .36 Inches. Paul Knight Nolan Canova, Jr., Mi' and Mrs. It. J, Davis and Mollt and MI.SH Beatrice/ Johns ,returned -I Tbo Misses Edith and Ellen Ginger \ ; ,[1.:11:

and John Powell were In Jackson- child en spent last Friday at Daytona home with them for a visit. WlRKlim entertained with a delightful -

\V E. Yarbrough of Pltlsli ville Beach with Mr. and dinner party at their leY-1 I
Monday. Mrs. B.
-- : i
s.. Pa. In a visitor here. T. Smith. Mr.\ and Mrs. It. E.: Lee of' Lake stone Heights homo Monday, July Per bottle19c Pint Bottle 15c f

7. The Included.! Miss I
Judge; A. Z. Adkins and State's Worth were visiting relatives here guests DOrothy -

lii-Iea Fields. is in Starke on Attorney H. V. Knight are holding Be sure to see the new Gossard Sunday. Mrs.\ Lee will be remembered Jenkins, Mr Harold Lawrence I

I from Hampton Roads, Va. court In Macclenny this week. combination at Stump's Store here as Miss Dorothy ,Edwards I. and Mr. Marvin Blum. After

Only $3.50. dinner the. guests adjourned to I EXTRA SPECIALS""

Doyle Harward left Monday Printed and figured voiles at -. the home of Mr. Hurold, Lawrencewhere .
'"w York City. Stump's, special 19c. Mr. Jimmy Averell left this Mr. and Mrs T. M. Oliver and they were Informally entar-i I

I week for Berkeley, Calif., where daughters, Doris and Sarah have tained: for' the remainder of the I

ito tops cushions and cush- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., he will spend a three week's vacation. returned to Lakeland after a visit evening Post Toasties - - 3 packages 25c F''

"ner5. M/Levlton._ 26tt and family moved into their cot-, here with her sinter and brother- Keystone Heights halt been fortunate ,

tage at Kingsley Lake this week. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holt- In having already entertained -
J M Wiggins was a visitor Mr.\ Jimmy Clouldlngr ;jjJ return zendorf. three picnics of various departments ; i

I from New River Tuesday. Misses Iris, Marie and Louise thin' week from a three week's of) the experimental 1 station

Brown of Punta Gorda were Visiting vacation which he spent visiting Mrs. Wilmer Holtcendorf and t of the University ot Florida. Post Whole Bran Packages 25c :

IP. Ward is a business visitor friend in Starke Wednesday, In Pennsylvania '" | her guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. M\ i These outings are held every two

I from Plant City. \ --- Oliver of Lakeland anent several weeks. Keystone Heights In also I

Mr, and MrsV.. J. Eppersonwere Miss Betty Chamberlin left last days last week visiting; in Tallahassee pleased to have entertained a number

IT. Moore of Lawtey was a visitors to Lake Butler Tuesday week on her vacation which she and Qulncy.MIsHea of' Sunday school plcn'cs!' and Potatoes 10 Pounds 37c

\ate" visitor here Wednesday. afternoon. will spend at her home In Parsons, IH. anticipating many more, - - - Ij I ,, w t .
.--- fr } .
Kan. \ Lena and Louise Mar. j p ,

and Mrs J. R. Boring, Jr., Mr. Mrs J. H. Lord left '_ cotta and Hope Haynen motoredto Bunnell sjlart Furnltur Company

Iildo, were in Starke Sunday. Thursday for Clearwater where Mrs. J, "'. Yarrow and son. Jr., Lake City Tuesday and were opened store In Lambert ,/

they will spend several weeks. of Gainesville and Mrs. D. J. Byrd accompanied home by Misses Eva: bulldliiK on Railroad avenue. Grits or Meal 7 pounds - - 25c !
Ipecla.1 shoes sale at Stump's I of Tampa were guests of Mr. and Marcotte and Lois Co I ley who returned Punta Gordu -- Drainage sewer ,

1U.95-value r $-.95. I j i i'I. i Mrs R. R. Thede and daughter, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Tuesday. from a visit with friend being relocated at foot of King I
Louise, of Lawtey were visitors at Attapulgus, Ga.
WE,' Brown of Raiford here'Wednesday. Mr.\ Orle Wiggins and Misses .-

I'liUIng in Starke Tuesday. !i Laura Lee Hemingway Gussle Mrs. A C. Burden" Mrs. C. C. orvn HI I...wr Sugar 10 pounds, 53c i

I - I'1 Yard wide yellow homespun 8c Mae Bennett spent last Friday at Hoppe, 1Irs.V.. Marion Hendry 61 The hoard of county eomnitmtlnnr -

tutor B. M. Johns spent Tues yard- special Saturday at ,Stump's. Jacksonville Beach. Tampa and Miss Sunshine Laird of Hrniirord county Florida, ttheir I
1 I Tallahassee. of Johnson City, Tenn., all en- i meeting held l Monday.. July T,
i I took up thu mailer of nuking an :
I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. C. Collins of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer and route to Catlesburg Ky, spent estimate of the ".h tisruP ens.l GOOD WIFE FLOUR
-. and Mrs. J. A. Saul spent with Mr. and Mrs O. L. of the county fur year a{ t
Earleton were visitors here Mon\ little son of Jacksonville, spent the Sunday from firtoher I, \IV30. lo H..i>>..r
| 11n Jacksonville. day. week-end here with Mr and Mrs Beasley. 30, 1911 and having Fon.lil.ri.,l Ih"
.. r llrnHfil by th. clerk and! Self-rising ,,
J. C. Manning; - .
hnvlnic given full consideration of
r and< Mrs. C. H. Brown were Dr. O. L. Haynes and J. W. 'Andrews -_. -- Mr. and Mrs.V. f Randall and the naedN. and nrl'CMNISI.N. of the :

''lW' here from Raiford "Wed- Jr., were In Jacksonville Mrs. D. R. ":wards ofJacksonville son.; BIll Jr., who are on their county different and purpoMen the .r.qulrements to meet the of .the x- 6 pounds 35c12 pounds 55c E :

r. Tuesday afternoon.Mr Is the guest of her brother way to Tampa from Daphne, Ala., |peneN during the mild fiscal\ year, ,
and slxter-in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. E. where they have been visiting have determined I and do hereby de.
clare Ih* following lo b* the nil-.
I'1. Anna !Murrhee Is home afro and Mrs. D. L. Rlgby and S. Matthews. relatives, stopped here for several mated expenNf and. all upHcUl. andextraordinary 24 Pounds 98c

l weeks spent with relatives children of'Clearwater spent Monday days with !Mr. and Mr. J. M. Alvarez. ."...n"... contemplated ,
for the and ad valorem
|alt city. wIth Miss Ollie Marr. Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones : tlon and year eetlmated/ rerelnt 'I..j ---- ,
and familY" of Galn/psvllle live other nourc'ox.,, which will b"i f I

IT. Dowling, clerk of court for Mi\ : and Mrs. N. O. Adams and moved Into their cottage on Kings- Mr George Powell leave today able: f.eaeral FMM<| Rose Dale Shaver's : f u'

I> county was a business vlsip Johnson motored to Waldo ,Icy Lake. for. his home In Newton N. C., after -, salary of Clerk of circuit I t
Starke visit here with his mother, court a. County Auditor A
Wednesday. -- a Clerk
Sunday afternoon.Mr. to ConimlMlonerfltOO.OO PeachesLarge ; Tomatoes
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Green of Mrs. Laura Powell. On his return t'er diem and mll..t \ I i ii
last Mr. Powell will be* accompanied by ('ountr ('ommis.lnner. 100.00!
L. F. Dyer and lon. Jack, of Jacksonville spent Friday Pay of tlh.rlff for attendance fA
here here with Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs. his mother and Mrs. Lncy Powell, 4jn county cornmlnalonern.' A q

NT A WORD Tuesday.Lake Butler were visitors A. L. Alvarez. Carolina.who will visit relatlv In North 1 4upervla Attorney for-of_county r.ltl..lratl..n.: cumminalonera --. 49.0(1$0.001( I I Can 21cMaxicell i 3 cans f for- .25c i; J 1

of Mrs. E. R. 5 eff retu-d-;; to her - hr'alr.' to County Jlulldlna-ii 140.00 I I;,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curry Jail _. ._ '
COLUMNRENTFurnished 4- Jacksonville spent Sunday: withM home at :Miami Beach after a visit; Bladder Irregular? court Floua.. -- 100.00I."xpencee House Gibb's ,;i
Reddish.Mr. here with Col. and Mrs. A S.: of County Rulld- I i ,
and Mr. I. J. Ingot:
apart- Crews. ', Janitor ____ 400 00 i
ilL Apply Mrs. T. P. Wall If functional Bladder Irritation Light fuel water .. 0.00Innitranr CoffeePound : Pork&Beans I. J JI
U'ke John L. Boring and on. _ ,.-__..__ ion' noIncldontal ,
Fla., Bos 221. 7-4-4t Joe of Waldo, were business visitors Messrs. S. L. and A. D. Smith disturb your sleep or' causes .* __._.... ioo.Of I .
and Misses Eva Rlgdon and Lena Burning or Itching Sensation, Allowance to pauper out. I '.
here Tuesday. aid of poor hou SCOO.OO
SALE Marcotte pent Sunday In Gainesville Backache, Leg Pains or muscular Corona. Jmju.*!*, fee.-of can 37 3 cans f for25c i 4
--Strawberry plants, with friends. aches, making you feel tired, depressed officer, etc. ... -___ ISO 00 .
l-wlonary, on land. Will New model. In Oossard corsets, Insanity Inqulrlee, fee of I ,
ke Price new and combinations attump'a and discouraged, why not officer, etc. ________.- CO.00Stationary
: rlnht.; M. Rhoden, on girdles Misses Evelyn Middleton and try the Cystax 48 Hour Teat Don't and frlntlnic: ,
1 Farm Store. (leneral blank.
k: Highways Starke .7- Cathrlne Mann, who have been give up. Get Cystez 'toda,. PutIt ..I... .____u..._._____ 1110.00Keeord r
children guests of Miss Bunny Canova, left to the test. See for yourself biwk -...- 900.00
O. P. Dyal .and '.
Advertlnlnir required bylaw
for Sanderson. low quickly It works and whatIt M-C STORE"Where :
SALE- visiting lIer.parents, Mr. &.I d and paid by counl, On 10000
-Good mule or will ex- are does Money back If It doesn't ommflpn.* paid lo offlc.r*: I
?Jre for Rhode Island Red or Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. Brownies and satisfy Tax: aneeHfiora -- 3500.00Tax !
R. Misses\ Mary and Margaret bring quick Improvement, collector 1100.OnHherlff '

aka hens truck; alto and for berry.ale or Mr J. W Alvarez of Jacksonville of Mrs.P. . days in McLaughlin peLand recently:spent with several Col.,Only completely.Uc. Corp Try .Qystez nlng's Clerk .,..:raJo.: -........ :-recordIng work' , 10000 I Satisfaction a Certainty"S030 j

taw' Spencer, Starke. Rt. 1. wa a week-end guest and Mrs. J.: E. FuFcb.: I Drag Store. work and- -general_court. 400.00 ill - :;;;;;;;;; ----: -- -- --
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t f, FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted Farmers 'Villl\Iake 1m IS .1.",

i Gainesville, Fla.- -Someone has __ dOI\'& believe that I have ever In
reply to ,
County Crop Tours said that "leading farmers are' seen a boy "come on I" like Old United States Sena ai uulq. .

I i Slim TImmons boy Tom, has Gino
rearing farmer In that case Fletcher of Florida,
By Gainesville/ Fla.-Farmers of:I Florida farmer and farm women Tom has always been thin pale I, Fred H. Davis w.,?, oroq)
and sickly until few week 1:1:
Th Profit Line a ago op
T. D. RICKENBAKER, County Agent Northwest Florida are going Jo who take advantage of the pubJlcatons but has recently begun to grow In which he stated 10
perfodfrom Everything that has been treat- offered them 'Florida the state legislate;
the '
turn tourists during I \ill
Demonstration Agent and develop into a real boy. Llst- bo
MISS PEARL JORDAN Home ed In this column for the past Experiment Station and Agri- required to permit., d
--J. July 1S to August 7. At that lessnesi, paleness and laziness eUlj! ,
number of weeks lit vital to the cultural Extension Service should ment of a Souther, i
time they will see what their' have gone and have been replacedby 'Irantb ,
I success of every person who raises be leading farmers for these two life and activity Federal Home tot IJI'abl@dt

Interesting Poultry neighbors are doing In the way of any poultry whether on a largeor Instltutltlons are now Issuing pub- teer Soldiers in *w 'da.
Tom was over at my house yesterday r I''
producing crops more economically a small scale. We are approaching lications which flit long-felt wants and I asked him what bad this state be given''t u >tome.
the parting of the ways, Issued If a Florida site ,. .
according to a report just
to ScheduledFor or obtaining larger yields. happened to make him start to H ?.t@d' !ttj
Program Agents of'est Florida counties however when those whose primary by J. Francis Cooper, editor for grow and become robust. federal home, an ai. >nth

; J.' Lee Smith, district agent Interest Is In broilers and the two Institutions.. "I took a treatment for hook ernor will be sum ,. 10"
Farmers' Week market poultry will want to start the fiscal which to the government .
for that territory worker from During year worms.. he replied and added, v ,'he G,
r p. the Experiment Station and others to develop their chicks along dif- closed June 30, the two Institu- believe me I sure feel a lot Letter States all Jurisdlc-.,lo1,,, arm
t f -:: will Join in conducting the ferent lines than those whose tions Issued 175.000 copies of 14 too." grounds occupied band

Gainesville. Kla. Poultrymenof week on the poultry program will tours. Picnics" barbecues, and bread and butter Is In egg produc- bulletins five circulars and a calendar Old Slim's family bad always ed with the Institution the cat
JO? Florida will /find an unusually other entertainment will feature tion. Of course the first essentialsare according to the report. Mr. ney general wrote the
be S.V.. Henn, poultry 'researt'bdepartment been rather careless about the use eBtl\<,
Interesting program awaiting some of them. Every farmer Is that the chicks should live and Cooper estimates that during the Commenting on he
!w 181"'iY during the ninth annual Farmers' of Purina Mills E. D. Invited to attend the tour In his grow along healthful normal year nearly 150,000 copies of various of tho a time good sanitary privy. Part of Davis said that thlf ,(ega of|
the Week at the College of Agriculture Stocking president of the Central IInell\ Poultry science In recent old and new publications left they used an old rickety had been cleared i
P' county. up iO ,
tti closet that was open to flies, pigs, aito
''reel Augunt 11-16. Florida Poultry Producers' Co-op. Visits will be made to fields: of years however ,has taught us a the mailing rooms for Florida chickens and: sometimes they did- efforts being made ', ,arpt.

_ Ikea The afternoon of Monday. Aug- erative Association C. R. Ryan, corn peanuts and other crops i great deal that can and should be .farms and homes. I'not use any privy at all. Institution for tht' ,'at,. 01(
r fb' uit 11, will be devoted to a short manager of this association J. Q. which are growing on land that I done to bring the poultry enter- The experiment Station which Ida.
Hookworms began to scat-
talk on suggestions to beginners, Adams, representing the Royal had vetch and Austrian peas turn prise to the' point of maximum ; printed 11 new bulletins during tered around the -*-- -.1
tablj' place and since
a tour of the College poultry plant, Manufacturing Company Earl W. ed Into It this spring; to fields of profit along either the market 'the last fiscal year bas now issued they are not big enough to be seen, C'ROP' PR04i'Ie'Tt: (fIN.;) ,

and a demonstration on selecting Brown, president of the Florida sugar cane of good varieties, which or the egg production line. a total of 217 bulletins since the family was ignorant of their

the layers. Section. American Poultry Asso are making good yields; to cotton Most poultry raisers are Inter It wan founded. Among Its bulletins presence. Perry Fla.- -TaYh, oum,|

Feeding, managing, and brooding l. ciation. F. W. Richer, poultry marketing : fields which have been properlyand ested primarily in egg production Issued last year which are 'Tom would wade In the water the best crop prosper? ,IQ ,I

q baby chicks and developmentof specialist, Dr. D. C. GIHIa. economically fertilised for In raising birds for egg production likely to prove of most popular In- around the place after a rain and according to R S,

e. pullets will occupy: the Tueeraymorning poultry service veterlnarifin H. beat yellds; to fields where Crota- the government figures givenuse terest are the following: pretty soon would have "toe _Itch__." agent Demongtratior, jecl|
1 'I FD program while diseases Irvin, II. C. Blake and I Thompson larla the wonder summer cover some Interesting facts that In Bul. 208. Diseases of Cucumbers He was becoming infected- - n cotton corn and neonm. .._, .
afar'il'' and parasites, managing the lay- poultrymen. N. R. Mehrhof,, crop. Is growing; to dairy and beef turn give each hen her quota a In Florida. bookworms and with Ing up well. <

d tthhaeI.t or*, and a caponlzlng demonstration extension poultryman C. H. Ma- '.cattle farms and pastures; to fur- kind of a "budget" idea applied to Bul. 209. Lawns In Florida. They sucked his life didn't know it.
I.tiyrlKo I.. will feature the afternoon ses- ,goon Duval poultry specialist .and nace chicken brooders, etc. poultry profits. Bui. 210. Corn Diseases in Flor his vitality sapped Quality Is a prl
and kept him from production ,
W| and L. Farmers Interested in State figures vary slightly but
rjus York Sam Rountree taking a ida. which Is closely
related IUJ
growing like
slon.On a normal boy should. '||
Wednesday morning the sub- 'Alsmeyer, county agents tour should get in touch with their In the state of Washington the Bui. 212. Diseases of Sweet Just before school ply-demand problem

jects of battery brooding and raising county agents. 'The proposed feeding cost per bird Is the equiva- Potatoes In Florida. health closed the
chicks on wlra will be featured rOTTOV ('KOI GOOD dates for the counties are as follows lent of the price of 130 eggs and Bul. 214. Cotton Diseases In schoolhouse nurse came to the Money spent for
one day with the fertilizer
Thursday morning will be given : Tuesday' July 15: Taylor this Is a pretty representative fig- Florida. county home demonstration agent be considered a business II iJ

over to a discussion of contents Milton. Fla. Recent visits to county; July 16. Leon; July 17, ure. The United States government The Agricultural Extension Ser- and they made a health examination ment.' Like other inveatmtJ
i it and chicken vaccination. That demonstrations Jefferson July 18, Madison Tuesday tells us that the average vice -
I i pox cotton and corn ; ; published during the year : of the children at the school. should be made wisely 1
afternoon's program will be given have ahown that the cotton crop July 22. Escambla; July 23, American hen lays a total of less three new bulletins five 'circulars, They found that I Always feed calves )
Tom. along witha mill
t r over entirely to marketing subject Is in good shape and two weeks Santa Rosa; July 24 and 26, Oka- than lOG eggs a year. From this and a farm and home calendar. number of other Is the same temperature frorl
children had
*. earlier than last year while the loose; Tuesday July 29. Calhoun; we easily gather that there are a Those which are likely to proveof hookworm d: feeding to anotherA
JET' U r ri rt Accrediting, shows breeding, corn crop Is quite poor due to July 30, Liberty; July 31 'land lot of poultry flocks operating at general Interest are: They
nanltatlon. and winter eggs will be continued dry weather reports August 1. Jackson; Wednesday a net loss tothe/, owner and by totaling Bul. 57 Herbaceous Perennialsfor the children persuaded the parents of

discussed on Friday. John O. Hudson, Santa Rosa coun- August 6, Walton; August 7, up the average yearly lay of Florida. to let them go to the Great Discovery

i Among the speakers for the ty agent. Washington. all birds maintained: anyone can Bui. 68. Vegetable Crops, of ed county health officer and be treat- When Pasteur discovered, in [
-- -- ... .. .. Afmllv. calculate.. rniiffhlv.. the numb hookworm. Tom said It was that the infection of womb
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his B very simple treatment they caused by malignant bacteria,, u
I'S? I of eggs average hen Is gave
: Florida residents may obtain him, and formed a service of inestimable 1
+ didn't hurt, Said he had
rlva either the
above or below profitline
copies of any of these bulletins by to stay In bed all to mankind. Since then medial J
r. I' one day
of 130
eggs.! writing to the Experiment Stationor Well slr\\ has been producing better and L
Dr The problem of every eggfarmer Agricultural Extension Service the way thoae'chlldrenlave antiseptics, to kill these gem! ]
& Is to get his average yearly egg and developed since that time Is may enter the smallest! cut and f
asking for them numberor
lay per hen above and well above proof> enough of the value, of the diseases such as typhoid, tuber
title. treatment. and lockjaw.Now all hawk
that 130-egg mark. As it costs as Everybody around i you
4 44.r' S---- here Is be sure that these dreadful pic.not
much to feed on It. Other
a poor producer as a infect; a wound is to with|
calculate I members of Tom's family have decided smaithoLiquid
high producer we can FARM I wound, however
ap ) roughly. that a 150 egg hen, lay- F PROGRAM I'I'L i to take the treatment also Borozone. the modem! i

hrN Ing 20 eggs above the profit line L L1VUI Voice of Florida" I and Slim Is going to fix up a sanitary tic. You can get Liquid Boroxm.

Is twice as profitable and twice aa I privy. size to fit your needs and punt
/ Canova
valuable the 140 hen 1
x to as egg lay-
I Gainesville Fla. An unusually
MAKOKT.llll.KS: -
Ing only 10 egg! above the profit
tct14 > Interesting series of farm programs -
line.So ; has been arranged for Gainesville
lived, it In. frequently by narrow Fla. Fifteen hun- HEADAC]
jr i rr and margins that victories are won WRUF during the week beginning dred tin cans have been filled with
rhr July 12. These will go on' the air beans, tomatoes RELIEF
peas squash
even In the humdrum of everyday .
from 12:15: to 12:45: dally, The berries recently by members of . .
work. The breeding of course la CARTERS Qgr11ck1Y
schedule follows: two clubs In ni
of the primary importance In Alachua county according -
egg I
Sat.. July 12-Farm news and to a report by Mrs. Grace ) turretdzgesttve
production because "like begets :;.. I listl
u' I d} like,'. but a great deal can be h'nta. U. S. Farm science snap. F." Warren, home demonstration ances.removutftestinal

k done by scientific and conscientious shots. agent Club members are making poisons, and sick be
: to C care and it will be our purpose Mon., July 14 Results of profits from their gardens which quickly disappears. Your win

ando In thls< column for several some recent Irish! potato experiments are In good shape.. tern enjoys a tonic effect co
ate -M. R. Ensign, truck\: horticulturist -- son vanishes and you feeltn
If weeks to point out some' of the
Experiment Station. It Is sometimes better for farm. vigor. Avoid bromides and
; best principles of development of
vn they are) depressing and
July 15-Army WormsJ. ers to think so hard they cannot
both market and egg production, All and nd j
Druggists 25c 75c
poultry. R. Watson, entomologist.Wed. work than to work so hard they

+ I 1.the. I ., July 18-Why 1 am going ; cannot think. CARTER'S

a.aeed to Farmers' Week-Mrs. S. ---- -- -- __
n w nrohr rrnetw P. Oetzen, Newberry
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i iTN HINTS: TO HOVSEWIVES I Thurs? July 17-Some Florida(
r / afar j+ Plant Disease Questions-Erdman

iu i- d Weekly front Home Deinon- West Experiment Station. A

'. :an \ "tratlon. "'"rnt. FrI., July 18-Ups and downsof new OctagonPremiu e ei

t. Mary Johnson Florida farm

rear*. 6N ..7.IIiUffl I'K'CU RKC'H'KS: :! woman-' she visits Miss Mary E.

Keown. district agent, about home rife
reach Butler t Industries.

,' salad a Use 4 quarts ripe peaches sug f-.
n d ar. and Juice of 1-2 lemon.. .

( l Dip the peaches first In boiling 110111'4: UII.RO\U: l/

water, then In cold 'water and slip {
our VMIY10tt% off the skins. Cut In pieces and Alva, Fla Many rural homes

cook until very soft Press througha of this community have been
colander and measure; to each painted and otherwise Improved as White- 1

pint of pulp allow 1 cup sugar a result of the home improvementwork Enamel ry

Mix peach pulp,' sugar and lemon of Miss Anna Mae Hikes. Lee -'

juice and cook until of the consistence county home demonstration agentSmile ,. Dish-fan

aP of marmalade. Pour Into

'\ sterilized jars and seal at once. Y 12 qt, rapacity
Or, wash thoroughly nice, ripe g

,r.'t peaches; cut and remove pits, If
Art free stones. Cook In their own

J y orf juices until soft enough to put I

f ', ,; ,b rf, .- iIIiI tift e rr' a+e\ through dllver to remove skins a4t.

) and pits. If clings! ; measure pulp;

rat allow half as much sugar as pulp

{ .r s When pulp Is heavy add sugar
i a4 '' usih and cook until clear and of the desired -

v THE"X" HOUSE HJ24TOIMY ,consistency.! Pour In hot

,k' e sterile jars ., Seal and process Im-
b N EVER hT w. been able to ,
F I'' '(' t Kar AM .\lU.'IIIT.C': miuhlnery- the latter there lean vant's 'room. bath. closets and a mediately. .1I'.rro..I.oupon.fro., To get this, premium, you muitt

&' NoNr Tl'KIJ: Till: "\" utter lack of consistency. which two car motor room.. A paved Penh Ire Oenm Octagon aht: : Product whit a fins':.n.m.t premium l at least -

for blu. bend It 10
N I'i; rn' New York.) architecture or even artistic merit room and dining room. evaporated milk 3 cups peach i* of th. .nam.t l.dim kml 1 this Coupons

Jt ad Today we seem to be getting True beauty lies In fitness to purpose Second floor: Four bed rooms pulp, 2 1-2 cups sugar, 1 tablespoon you'd fr.good pnc(or 1 rem O y 11

1 80a Ile away from the old-worklug toward and no amount of decorationor two baths and ample closets. Five lemon juice. tour To art.....thl,...for/a*"di.h(Jct.,p.n.oo'-luit.v ask>rr Octagon CTAG Q

the new. the "period" styles have of ornamentation will overcome outdoor decks are provided. Peel ripe peaches and put thrua tun* you bur Uaadry soap sons Soap

; held out to the extent of distorting the faults of Improper spirit-It Ceiling heights: Basemen I, seven coarse sieve., Add sugar and at theAche" soap powder for , a ona-Htory Oreek temple to covera will simply Increase the exaggeration ] feet, first floor, eight feet second lemon juice stir well and allowto for lh.....b.ud chip, .for yourwm
W. OWDE forty story steel frame skyscraper until the point of absurdity floor, eight feet, stand while preparing the ,.OG9aMCar.thl.6n.d..h.p.a.S.'ourcoupon..or: IOO...... T6lesher90tans ,

We have used antique "seedy" Is reached-a sort of-"sheep In Exposuie' : The plans as shownare cream. Add milk and cream grad- &oaa Tided' jrt:.ha"OD.s..p it luc I'.d.IO.couvoaiN gbelOtvag.eS P Ii' t oireso

glass In minute panes In modern & wolf's bide"--eontrariwise a for a lot facing south or west ually to peachpulp, and freeze un- Prtducli show
houses because In the olden times simple object of right; quality-fit For a lot facing north or east the til. stiff. Ordinary pains. headache pone jl h.,,Octoofl. ;doubl..qu.Tollrt-Sap,mch. Crm-on; Into*.

"9 1 Itwt they could make the panes neither for purpose-devoid of all decora- plans should be reversed.Lot IVmlx Cake- and neuralgia muscu count: M too on ibu,)oif....

-tie. larger<< nor clear-today with Indoor tion, is bound to excite our admiration -: size: House frontage, 48 Cut top off,.a loaf of sponge or lar pains functional pains FAEEI Seed jot r mplen cesalog, IJdilrl hll"JrNI .f.1lwr Pies O'satt'wlema

ess ..t occupations and more or leas or at least it will not bring ft.; side clearance left. 10ft., good plain cake and remove cen- the headache and congested Address Octlo Pnmm D' l., ,7 Sotx Stntt. few Co*

un d6t close confinement we need sun down our condemnation."The right 7 ft.; lot frontage minimum ter, leaving a shell about 1-2 Inch feeling of a cold in the

". m% light and air and 1 a good clear outlook X" In designed to give a 65 feet thick. Mix together 3 tablespoons head-how quickly they ri

h y d'aac e I la not to be despised-glass r modern home for modern living- Construction: Brick roof, canvas sugar and ,boiling water and boll disappear when you take 1 .! I..

+ Ja i cheap--plentiful and clear-so It breaks away entirely from the : foundation concrete; win- 3 minutes. Add enough powdered tablet or two of a ORUOjNscoinmsj QUALITY
pM11 why have dark dingy InterlorsTWe antique. We like it or we do not dows, steel casements In special sugar to make ,an ,Icing that 'can ? SAVE F0

don't live and art In the an- -there Is no middle ground-Its arrangements; doors wood to be easily spread. Cover rim and DR.MILES.CltJ a Illkltgle PREMIUM'Present

tlqult manner. Examples of such very strong character prohibits special details.. sldea of cake with Icing and ....w.r

r o'ro.soft Inconsistency might be specified In any lukewarm enthusiasm-like Interiors: Floors wood for lin- sprinkle thickly with chopped pe- jr-mint e

t luglon. What we seem to need Is. certain types of people they have oleum finish; walls, plaster: cans or 'shredded! cocoanut. Fill

i an architecture of today-one that launch friend and bitter ene- kitchen, plaster; bath room, tile; center with sliced sugared peaches, Miles'

is of and fits these times-.--not aNile mien. steam heat gas and electric wiring. heaping them up. Serve with Dr. Asplr-MInt( Is the

of the 'dark age*-aud mod The "X" Hats: plain cream. new, stable mint-flavored tablet '
ern la the answer. After all-true Basement A large recreation Cublture 35,000 cu. ft. > "" that the Is maklrg people all over coupons to agent below on or before DEC. 31,
country "Smile at the Acbe"lSe
architecture Is heater Complete working plans and Roughage Is Just aa
an expression of room laundry cold storage, necessary
'. f f6dv the times of race' creed and colorwe and coal spaces. specifications of this house are to the soil a* to' the cow and 25c at your drag store Bradford

might say-as against the First floor: Entrance vestibulehall available for a nominal sum. Address Small 'Jettuee cups filled with YOI' -:-.- ;;" ._ u County Farmers Supply

copying of an antique shell or case with coat closets, living room, the building editor and refer ,salad dressing make pleasing garnishea c. _ ,... ""II "
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daughter, Miss Rhoda and Mrs. Plant City Streets In northwestern Warrant during,,nioath 125.00 T10N COMPANY a corporation and commanded and required. t.> appear Alvares and ,against. A. K CaranliaM. 0 '

ZIFF Denmark. all spent Friday after- part of city being Improv &1. July 1. 1UB .._. 221.13 the Complainant having In said Bill on the Itulo pay In August, li'.IO et al., defendants. the underHlirnnd, _ _'
(I noon at Hampton Handling lead a* amended elated that he believe to-wi. the 4th day. of August, 1B30 a* Special Mauler will offer for male , _ _
4H L.vIN. C.r. Beach. ed. Ral. June 1. 1HO' u__ 21123 that there. are peron In being In* .. the above entitled action In front of the court hotine door In ,

, (Ilinl Mr. Floyd Wiggins of New Illv- Halnes City Slegel's Inc., opened Receipts during month 17646 (erected. In the property Involved In wherein the above ,.., Complainant ark., Florida, on the 4ih of AUK
er was Warrant during inoAth said *ull whoM nameM and place ofresidence seeks to iiulet mid *tab- nut A. I>. 19.10: to the. highest and , t
Thomas and visiting his brother. Mr. with line of ladles and cnil- Hal. July 1. 11130 .___ ,_. 387.69! are severally unknown tu itch a. a icood and IndefeasIble title bent bidder for cash the follnwlnl _

y nd Mrs II. E. L. Wiggins of Clayno Sunday.TRAIN dren'a wearing apparel. I hereby c"t rnr"\.J: *.foregoingntatement the complainant and that the con In fee. .hnll. his I title to thnim certain ,dMcrlb properly lyIng l"d b"ln& .
1 Miss Rhoda Thomas S .:ho- .* at the plalnant has wad diligent search : l Hi'Kdford: County. Florida In Bradford l'funly. 110 r 11., 4
rln>d and daughter Plant City Parker' Eletcrle beginning of *nd at the ending of and Inquiry for the name of such which; are deHcrlbed at length wit :

; .Denmark Shop purchased by Wylie Smith. he month herein above *stated and persons and could not obtain th.l. In the Hill of Complaint In nald All Iota Two tl) and Four ((4) 0
o 11 spent the Fourth SCHKIH'l.K: ; of the receipt. and warrant l.*ued and that. a* ta such of the en un- cats,,., nmr'to .ecui'. 1 decree that of Hlock Fifteen ((111), and the WrntFolly during. said month, correvpond with r.. a* are known or be neither of Maid corporation' has. any feet of lots. Six ( it) and' Eight
llth Mi Thomas' parents, ('OI''IITV the rnrda. of my oftfc. and I III true I : by :: Complainant to b* valid ..Ial... rIght' tlllw, or IntereKtIn ((5) of unlit. Ih.k Fifteen (tl!J) nocordtnir ': '

b I nThomas.. Our schedule changes 12:01: a. : 'I'rF.HI"JTi''vnF'4DsMO'I'IIi.Y FIANIM.! : HTATKtlKMT and correct to the beet of my \\0 nowl. nelr .1.\1... 1"lal.... or or xnld latidH, or any partthereof mi" or plat the
,I edge and belief. I alu certify that of I and It In furl. her, of h d
a whoi I I. ; orlKlnnl town mi Jut, ;
Ii 3V.. Lewis and m.. Sunday Apr.l: 20th OF dCIIOOE. FI\oUIfo: p.r.ol HI.'k.
and trains the I la list of all
and Mrs For Hrndford following a counydrpoaitories Known to the Complainant the oliDKHKU that I hi. oider't. >.,>"ibllnhed however, to Alley itrnervatlonn '
last Sunday at will run as follows: month of "Memptember Countv.. 1U29 for lbs .showing the balance In nam of such pernon I ii* mated in the "nr.. a week for the period of a. slated In ald..Wal.", Ovlilllavneii
? |n each at the close of thC month herein aid hill, and the Complainant hav- four ((4) .. week In TheItradtord A wife lo N 11. Hull dated 't'tt'
sister MrsWaul Local No. 1 enerl .Hrkool Kaad (
LewIs southbound ..
due lint dated and th. amount. of -
HtH) \Ira In said stated that he doe a nennpir *- May laut and recorded' In HnokNo. ,
Hept. 1. 1\1211\ __ ._ _1801.43 runty furnished by each such deposItory Ino bil : I. :: 1.
Starke, 11:11: p. m. know ha > published and iceneralIroulatlttn fan S AUK Ifllh iSIS
; 1'llornas. Keuelpt during month . _63id.00 and the amount of IntereMald not been able toa..rllln. : "n ; .
Warrant by diligent search and, Inquiry In I'ubllo of Hrailfnrd County, 3
Butler walt Local No. 11, southbound due during month 4446.4fl > or credited during mild month Iradtord County n..I
. ot Lake Ual. Oct. I, t9 2\\1 ____ ___ ___2510.87 I, each Raid depOsitory on account whether certain. persona Fin siila, Hint 1'1'1.1' ,., toirether. with the 0
I business In our sec- Starke. 11:13 a. m. I5l.tvSct No. 1 l.current dally balance* or time dponltn *- known by name to him and h.I"v.,1 1>1>.NK AVO OKHKHKnt: : In Cham t..n..n. h.r..dlta".ntll and appurtenance _ ,t

hf g ?c' Limited No. 107 southbound Bal. 8"I>t. I. ISIS ..___u_____ 141:78 by him to t>e IntereMted In landa b..r. at Siarke, Florida" thl JUttl .* thereunto. belonging or '_ _. _ _
Li Thursday.T In said bill and lay o( June, I Bin.A. in win$ appertaining. '
) ItecvlptM) during $month __ 17.75 Witness. my hand this lt day of herelnabove. de any *
r' Dyal and daughter due Starke 10:45 a. m. wararnt during month _nn__ July 1930. Hcrlbed or, If d lead. to have hevn. in'terected Z. ADKINS K. M, JOHNS. .

t t I. w of Graham spent Limited 191, southbound. due Ual. Oct. I. 19U ____________ 15S5S O. W. A'.t>KRMAN.! In said Inodn, a,'" dead or (SICA I.) Circuit Ju<.. Hpeclal Matr. _ _' ,tt
; ira! Lee nutrict No. a Clerk of the flrcult: Court. alive and having made. Bald .\Hue copy: J. C. KIIAZCIS.

e i-ck here with her parents.I Starke 10:36: p. m. Bal. Sept. 1. 19Z9 ____________ 943.48 Bradford county, If alive and. If (dead the pel'.on.a.v.ral tl. W. AI.D1SHMAN: Solicitor for Complainant 0' ,,J s4

Ot W. Lewis.! Mr. and Locals Northbound: Flecelpt during month ______ 71 SO Blanch Alderman, D. C and respectIve heir*. devlHee. leg/. .I..rk l'lr"II Court, 7-4.Sl.S-l ,
Mrs J. Wararnta tee. or of such In a County, - ,
,I No. during month ____ 1800 ffranl. p.r..on. ,0
2. due Starke. .
I Ellerbee and daugh- 6:43: a. m. 1:1: a I. Oct. 1. 1929 ____ _______100178 parties defendant to the *.hi Florida _
Th ra last Sunday No. 12, due Starke 3:05: p. m. Itl.lrlct *o. 3 NOIII1 01" '" '!''ITton'" 'ULtoJ and the complainant having In aalil fly IILANI'Ib AI.l'l nMAN. *a'El: II. \MI-Klt OntH OK
lf starke spent Bal. hut prayed. for relief. l>eputy .I..k. M4LKHereby 0
against all
Limited No. 108 Sept. 1. 1929! ._____h__ 1R201ItecelptM
pp ,tith Mr. EHerbee's parents due Starke, ) during month ______ ZOl.10 Nolle I I. hereby given that under Persona having or claiming' any In' -

T. 1>. Dyal. 5:53: p. in.Starke Warrant during month _n_ 291.1>5 and hy virtue. of that certain final I.r..t In said land! NOW, Til..ltu. notice la gIven' thai uml.-r "

o id, Mrs, and Wannee Branch : Ual.: Oct. t, 1939 ________h__ 91.24 leiree of forecloMiire mndu July let. lOIU-: and by virtue of that certain. final A& *
Lloyd Dyal and sister Marie IH.trlct>> No. 4 A. 1) 19910. bv Monorablu A. 2. Ad. and each. of yon tire b rehy MIIKIIIFF'N 19.91ltsnler deer** of recloniir mad by the '

Ir. llnlllng In Graham last Sun- No. 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m:, No. Bal. Sept. 1, U29 ___n_____ n 241.88 kin, Judge. of the 26th Judicial Circ'tilt notified, commanded and required toappear Judge of itlth Ju.I'la Circuit t: .
f 102 arrives 2:40 ItecelptM during month ___u_ Court, In and for Uradtord on the Rule nay In August, I anti for IrHdtor.ll'uunIY. Floilda. In ' 2
m. dally except virtue' of .
p. by
Warrants during* month ____ county. }Florida In that certain 1990. the same b..lnl Monday, the tin lH.. nnl, an ,..n. \''" ".. Oi of July, A. _ _
*. Delatha Starling Sunday. Hal. Oct. 1. 1929 _____-______ 241.86 l.alIae wherein. It. It Tbede, IM complainant 4th day of . to the Hill of Itradfoid I ". "I of t Hi* Circuit Court, 1'. 1H30. favor nt Ilradford County
Mr County Htat of Flurda.
- and T. J. Grlffln agent. IMntrlct !><>. 6 and :MI-M. L.I11U' Con, wldw of Complaint a* amended filed : reitaln: jiidncment k.I' corporation and against I _ _
Ulldren and Mrs. Frank Overdraft Sept. 1, 1929 n____ 19579 and otherH are defendnntM, the In Iollln..t you ; 'and than and h..r.1 upon a the therein John M ):., a* AdminIhtrator,: nlcet -. I
tI were visiting Mr. Receipt. during month _____ 10.80 imlerlgned a* Hpeclal Mauler, will to: and. abide bv Hitch JI"K.n"t .nl"r.1...on nth chancery of siti! there- al. ;defendant*, th* .
and sons warrant. during' month ____ 7 .76Overdraft aell for cash to the hlgbet and bet and dei ''. a* said Court hall In favor of tiny I.IMI. tleniit May, A....n.. 11129, 1..111 Master wil after for ..ale l ,
Ira. j, B. Thomas last Sun- Blue Bus ShcdulcsSouthbound9:37<< Oct. 1. 1929 ______ .83.18 bidder, In front of the Court Houedoor tiacoiiMldered In this behalf.. And complnlnnnt\ sgalict I Klnw .nll.r. In front I h. IUUIMW door In '
h nutrleto.: 7Jal. In Starke. Bradford county. this I you are not to omit upon pain defendnnt I l'hanl..r. "Starke, Florida.-on. I th* 41 h of AUK- 0
: a. rn., 11:37a. : 0. Kept. 1, 1929 42016 of th* Complainant' ani.l Hill' i< intaken ..> hove levied t net, A. l I',, llian( to the highest andbeMt
Fourth day
the '
----- Florida on Monday follow
: I dem-rlbrd ,
:Mrs. J.V, Lewis and Itecelpto during month :::==: M confeimed; against i"iH.: IIit' land a.* I lh. bidder for cunh the followingdeacrlberi
and m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11> of August A. 11. 1930. during the IT IS of the defendant KlnK '
at Graham Warrant during month ___ hour of sate, for the FURTHKROUDKRKD; ThAt :: roprty> lying and beIng
Sunday egal purposea ( sell 1
'Ic ,.n epcnt 40 p. m. Hal. Oct 1 I. 1929 ____________ 42016 satisfying aald final decree, the thies: Notice and Order of Tubllcatlonif .I'at will. | thename In llradford' County. Florida, to-wll:
their daughter, Mrs. I. W. Norfhbound-4:150: a. m., 8:53a. : l>l.lrlct !Ii 0.. 8 l 'ollowlng. deBcrlbed real estate, ly- publ..h..t one a week for four front the Iubla oll..ry. In Begin at the point where, the Went
Hal. Sept 1. 1U2 ____uu___ 101.U ng and being In Hradford county ([4)) .. week In the Brad Clarke Iourt H", door In tin. of lb. Northeast iiarter' of the _ _ _
m., 1:53: p. m, 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. : Receipt, during month ____ 270 ford County T"I" a ". turing I the leitallourn Southeast quarter of 13.
Florida .. . .clon
: of .
Cecil Thomas ot Starke m. Warrant during month ____ 1.30 The Kant' half of Northeast quarter publ.h..t "vlnl .n.w"pa"1. list, A. |U..11.I ): the 4th day of Ata. TowiiMhlp 7. .uth. East .4

. I the first of last week here Tickets and Information at Hal. Oct. 1, 1929 ____________ 108.8SKlMtrlet and Thirty acre on .KaMt *.ldeif : 'I"n. In County, Flor. ". paying- 1:10.title terms, cash, purchae-land, crosses' the Hotith edge of Bradford ,
No. B daW1TNKSS follo"III County Highway No. IS. ald point
C Went half of Northeast quarter
ri jhls cousins L. O. and John- Smith's Service Station, next to rial. Hept.' I, 1929 __________ 986 In Heel Ion Seventeen ((17)). Ala One my hand a.* Clerk and I.WII: Ivlnir and In being marked. with a I pnrmanvnt referenc -
Itecelpta during month _____ he ..alar said Court this 28th day ; h..lnl Hi-Ad- munument., and run thnrKaeterly
l-wls, courthouse. acre In Northwest corner' of North- of , )-, Kli.rl.U, :
Warrant .I..rl..d the or
during' month ____ Jln. along t Houth St.le
1. Bill HInes of Brooker, 4 Hal. Oct. I. 19J9-. _____u_ 9.88UI'rl. went Section quarter Sixteen of Northwest 116). deMcrlhed. quartern a.. ( .}..) aa Three of' Koiithwe acres In the loII"w..t,corn aid. road' 8115 feet. theme Houth' ISO
. ... tl. W ''I .t feet to th. shore line of Lake l.llllit'
here with her moth- Fern shipments from Apopkaand 10 beginning at North went corner of ALOFRMAN. west .
SundaY Sectiun 8:1: .
Hal. ___ Clerk. of 'IIal'l.r| "uwn.hll Fe. thence Westerly' ,
I. 111211 _____ 640.84
thence Houth .Ionl
mild section and run
l Ira. s. L. Prescott. Zellwood on recent day totaled Receipt during month ___ I 140 yarttn, Kant 35 yards, being' a In and for Bradford (County., 111.Ht 1"1 I Ih h. Itanxo 82 ":" ,. the margin i>f said Ijike. to the ,

Bill.' Oct. I 1929 ________ Florida H.llro"d. boundary nf tile quarter. P
t 1 and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and 212.500 ferns.tiIsN 990 trip' Two acre In length and one- W. J. 1 ICl'I'mifloN.: Nurlh..t
Bal.. Oct. 1, 1929 ________I... 530.IM half acre In width. Hy HI.ANO1IK AI.DKU.MAN.McCOLLfM Pradfuid, of quarter', thence. f
1)1.l trleto.! II Also the Southwest iiunrter of HOWF.IjPU'y C'"kJackHonvllle J. Hh"'lt. ": ':, CountyKlorldH. North to point of hi.glrmlng, all In ..j,
Overdraft $..(>t. 1. 1929 h___ 80.40Receipt Southweiit. quarter of Section Nine : Attorney for Complainant. I the Northeast quarter' of I the Southeast
,* during' month ___ .' 282 50> ((9) and the Moutheaet quarter of Floilda. 7.4.SI-H-1. ffiiaiter. of Ite't ion Z.I. Tow is shimS
Warrant. during month ____ SoulheaMt quarter of Section Right )SolUltoi for Complainant.' 7, Month I.nK' I East, lying and :

How to PlayBRIDGE Hal. Oct. 1. I D21/ _____ _______ 202.10 ((8). All of the above being In Township* : he.hig In Irldr.r,1', 1lorhl.
ItUlrlct Mo. 13 Seven (0) Houth Itange. Twenty : 'I 81119:11: ''O'I'U' or I together L..1
% Hal. Hept. I. 1929 __________ 103.B6Receipt ((20)) l, a..t. J 11't. \ It 'I."J i together with the Imminent ", :
"* during month ______ n K xvricHIn *, heiedltament. nnd appurtenance .

iI//Iiiif// i Warrants Hal. Oc-t. 1 during. 1929 _month_____________.. 10076 280 I' S. CRKWS. 91).1,1 KS1IH'Malt..r.'A. Circuit Court-, Twenty-sixth J". 1..1'.1)' nolle I r..* Jlv.n that. under. .ny wise| Ih..r..I... h..luntlna- In ,_ _ _ _

IlUtrlrt No. 13 Solicitor for Complainant. ,Iklal Ilr"II. Bradford County' II" ii. of .r.\n. \ final K M. JOINS. _ _
Overdraft "' ''I>t. 1, 1929 ______485'69Receipt : 7-4-61-8-1. state ... In Chance I' decree of forecloNtir made bv the "1.oel.1

/ Jcrie1923ob; *. during month _'-____ 19.50 1:1IJ: I'KICK, J"Iaof the Twenty-ninth' Juclti-lal 1 .1. U FUA7.IOK, _ _ _ _
? Warrant during: monthOverdrart. .___ C-- Complainant, "lr"II I In and l for Itraul.furl County. Solicitor for (umllala"t.

Ot I I. 1929 _______ 466.09 \OntM OP MtHTKU't .aNotleC VM In Chancery on the. let tIny JI('1'11 I K. W I.UN. _ _ _ _
- Wynne Ferguson lllatrlct No. IS H. I. 1'RICK, of July A nun.: In favor of J W.-. 11..I".I"r| 1-t.51It.

Overdraft "' 1. 1929 __ 301.98 1..t.n<1.nt. -
'Author -PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE Receipt during month ______ 22.50 I is hereby given thnt under It AI> '. by affidavit appended N O.rt'J .
Warrant. during month ____ and by virtue of that certain to the Ill Hied In the above, Htatedonline : /
Overdraft Oct. 1. 1929 ______ 279.48 final de..e of forecloHiire made ." It U defendant Notion. I la hereby given that the following described land will b. sold'

1929. by Hoyle.Jr. IHMrlet No. IB July Adktns.Int. I>. 1930, bv Honorable Judlclnl therein 'a .frld::: '. I Is unknown at public auction on the Flll.ST MONDAY" IN 1910, It being the 4lh
bt. Hal.. ________ A. Z. Judge of the 26th, > pr-a that h Aln.
Sppt. I. 1929 u 889 20RetelptM I I. over the ageof of said month before the Coiirthou at Htarke
) ARTICLE No. 28 during month ___ 3.90 Circuit (Court In and forIt twenty-oil year' ; It I I. therefot} d.t toor In'II'adforl
n rail ford .county. In that oounty Mat of Florida, or *u much thereof will be neae.. iy
Warrant during month ____ *.86 'I".ldi.J. W. An. ordered that said defendant II I. th* amount due for tune set. opposite the Name. together with the .
Hal. Oct. I. l 1921! _____ _____ certain cauMe wherein I'llce be and he I I. c..t
01( the best way to recognize term. u 3S5.95 drew I I. complainant, and It, hereby required of such .11.* and advertUlng.Drxrrlpllnn C. A. KNIOIIT, Tax:
0 lMtrlcf No. lf appear to the bill of Collector.Ta
first IT
and how to play them In the following example, the Hal. Sept. 1. 1929 ___ 8.68 John I IM defenditnt the ,un.t".lln- for filed In said complaint . 'I
llv.r. reuse
on or .
The hh U.. .. ..
come up is by a study of two are simple discard problems. Receipt* during month _____.. H.HO) oil, aa 11..111 11..1.1'', "wil. .bidderIn ...tor. lonIy. the 4th day of Aug. 1.4 0. ( .0

UI situations. The usual ones third one is a fine example of the Warrant. during month ____ 2.63 cacti to hllh..t ..t. A. ) : otherwise the allegation 2 acre' In UK Cor of l.nt II

, the forcing of discards and "double sqjeeze", that is, when both Hal. Oct. 1. 1D29! ________.. 14.73ItUlrlrt front, of t) 'olrt county Iloiiwe door onMondnv In I ,* of Bnld bill will be taken asconfessed 1.3 acre, In ''1'' of .1
plays". The opponents are forced to discard a win No. IN 'la'k.. 1'a.Hor.1 dav I'Iorlda. by null! defendant, Lot 1J ..__ .._ ..7 7 20 Hradfurd County Hank 211
ailed queeze skill in Overdraft Kept. I. 1929 ., .1468 67lt"cetpta .r I I I..* further oidered' that this or 1(1( a..r.V of Itv I In N' of :
ze"! is really only another name ning card or cards. Try your during month __ 219.03 A. I>. t9I, "url,1 the It'Kul houi' ofsale. I,.. I.ubl..h.d oiue a week for T.ot I & nil N4! of Lots '4
discards. When a player solving these "end plays" for they are Warrant.* luring month . 18.32 I .. PU"Io"e of, ."tldyh.1 four ..')" wwk In the HrAd. 3& 3 ... __ I 18 T 20 110 Bradford f County Hunk GUI

cards and is forced to not only interesting but also most in- Overdraft 0<'1. I. 1929 .. .___1231.97I aid scribed final real d.entale' tnllowln"..I", ford County Telegraph, a ncwitpaperpuellMhed N1!* of NII' l i.f H'of 7.
to the structive.The situations involved come hereby certify that the foregoing Florida. I ) In Hiilil county and HtnteIbl NIC ".. X4.r. for. .
he is thus subject \ Bradford :
: county, ,
In '
them, cards forced constantly. Solutions will be given statement, *howlng balance, at the nt the cor iioth day of June, A. II 1930. ('h. _ __ .. _____n__ I 6 2 119 N. r>. Qrenii -______ . 61II. ...
aS'. The good are up beginning and at the ending of the ltllnnlnM' l.ulbw..t tl. W. AI.U"UMAN.( : .
ueurd") from his band, hence the [ in the next article. month herein abovo vtated and of n.r Webb'a. .n' ..1adl..on ( )) .I.'k. Circuit Cuurt.I NiiV' ,of of SWI',, Kx road ._ .3 T 2t 88 II. Nolll, ___........... SIM ,
I running N'4 K\ of Ex
the receipt and warrant laued ntreet. h..n. .IOIINM. + NWVi .
during I said month correspond: with Mid I..n street' 120 fi'et thence I Huiicitor. for Complainant._ IS ft ---_-_ -. --_! s- 7 0 41 1 it.-., .N..IuL.. _. _____n__.__ -uu-.- '
Problem No. 23 the record of my olllce, and la true North 105 feet to F. C Moiling-. I 7-4-51-8-1. I."t. R A 101.U'nWuu.' I
and correct to the bent of my knowledge wolth'M. lot, thence East 120) feel to lawn _20NUi 5 U 5t(> Hr..r..1" CCunlJIAnk 2G.7' 0
Hearts-A, Q and belief. I alao certify that Voilhwent Webb'; i I lot of HI.:1:' of KWit & Wl I(, I

Clubs- noneDiamonds the following I la a list of nil countydeponltorlea thence Houth rnr6l'I't point ol i ('fl''') of HW". _.,_..14WW I :3 40 J. It. MoQre __----. 1,1

10, 5 showing the balance In beginning, Town of of NWt, of Nl-i i:<4 of r V
each at the close of the month herein Htarke, HMI4:" A NK(4] ( of NW1' of '
Spades- none first mated and the amount of AI. the South half of Southraftquarter In Circuit ('our). TwentyHlxlhJixllrUI ,
HKVJ: _ _
.n..U 22 ill
)-learti-K.J ......urlly furnished by each such depository of Mutheast and .,M Clrrult.\ Ilindford 1'O.nIY. I t Hr.lod County Hank l ,
5, 2 quarter NW" of KWI4 .U U nK ____.___. _ _
of MInts of KlorldH. In Chnniry.. I J. -
1 Y : Clubsnonesnone and the amount of Interest acres. In the Southeast coiner sw'.4 ,,f HWi; H>t .
none A B : lJiamonds-K paid 1 or credited. during said month South went iiuarter of SoutheaHtquarter J. H. hALL, of NW'.4' of 8VV of _____________
: by each paid depoeltory on accountof all I In Section Six (6. .'olpl&lnant. 22 23 ,
8 Z : Spade.-K Ibis t h.8oulhw..1 IW"n 1 Trl""o County Illnk 1 4
: current dally balance or West vs.
Also| the quarter '
11' U :W __uu__ ,
1 I 1' I. 1.11
depoMlta.Wltnetm. 'quarter' of Honthweetquarter lO'.LI' ? HAI.UIivrvndunt. l.oln (JJ In Wuo .
hand thl Slut day of last 5 < ..1
Fit ( )
3 mv of *
Hearts- _
. f..c.ton ( - . 22 30 County Ilank I.
September 11129. Two .. being TownnhlpSeven It appearing I hy slfldavlt append -2 I tr..ror< l
Clubs- 5. 4Diamonds .e. .. I.I>|H U 41) 41 42 . '
A. J. oniFFia. ( ) "South Hange. Twenty-two pd It. the 1,11, ) tl..1 In the almvMtvlcd ,
none County Superintendent ((22' Ka.t. <1aiiH Hall thvilpffiiilant lawn _11 i I 22 41 liradforl ('utility hunk ,.1. .t-
Spades- 10 J). R KJCI.1IIT. heroin named. I la a non- l.1. 8 In AViMidluwn --__32W'4 I 22 II llri ft'd ('nurit y lalk '.t .
Special MiiHter rpHldent. of the State of Florida, nnd of HWi, of KK'4:' '___n II I 22 ;21' .1. I Bitch. Jr _, I 'ii. ,L't. '*

and Z is in the lead. How can Y Z win all of the tricks M>TI<'K A. S. CHKWS.Solicitor that her r..hl.n'-.. .In unknown; that 1of MWVt of M.f4 _HHKV 8 2 1.dtur< ..Cunly Plank ,
are trumps for ('o"'I>I"ln."t. Mho In over the see of twenly.on. : of HVof HK'i i: .t_ _
defense? 1..5.8.t. years; It IH. thfrrfornord"ri. Problem No.24 Notice I I.* hereby. given to all per- Mil non-rvKld drfi-ndunt li.. and a'r.o I":', .__. .. 8 32 Mi'.. ICln., Thomas 0
Mona. having' claim of any: kind or' she In rnn-by remulr'ni i to sippetil'| l to N Hi ( H\V4' of Hof 1314. 2 1 U. _ _ _
Ii: l
Hearts-9Clubsnone nature agalnt the Hradford County' '0'1'1 I he bill of romnlnlnt fur divorce NW'.f' HK''. & f'i'

Hank of Starke, Florida that unless fllvd In nald culm on or lirfor Mon. ::.f NB':( of I4W'4' ._'U R U: III) hirs. 1'lna; __, U I. '

Diamonds- 7, 5 0g HIK|.h claim of are Hald preHented Hank within. to theLl.iuldat..r 12 ty-Mlxth In the .('Ir..ul Court.'I"11. of of the Florida','''- 1m.:1': : '::Kntlonii. A, 1 olHitld >; HK'of;' of HK'4 "r SELl? ------2 8 2 10 H. 1r, 1.hvm. _______ . .., _

( NIt' of- ,
Spades- 8 rrom the date of this notice.canie In confvMiicdl.y ttf I..f NIC',4
month : taken
County will tiu an 0
In and for
Hearts- none will t)" forover barred underthe Chancery.j. . Ir..t..r< ) all hil. .I.r..n.tanl.It . N'FIC1 NK. < -ut- .-,NK.>._of n d.' 1 I Mr. F.ltie howe _nI__ 4.1
Y Clubs-8 provisIons of Chapter 7936. Law ordered. that thin. or. : /*- ,
k : : HARDEN; .In further :
none L HK'4 i12 6 22 H, ______ ____ .
Diamonds K 9KQJ of Florida. week forfour I 1. 11""x u
i-none t A B I Complainant/ dor l he pnlillRheil alice a W''S "f NW 4 of BW'/4' txN ,
all claim to Ih.und..r"lM'n,1 Brad. 0
You will I the
present wnek In
Z : Spades-none V" roiiniTiitlv, l ii acres .__._ 8" J. Unknown __ .
t n.n __
Btark __
Liquidator' at ft. Itt. L3ENNETT. et al, ford County Telegraph. A ncwnpiiprpuMUhH.I All W'5' sot of ut 2 _____
Florida. and 8tHtt N"\ tr' _ _
Defendant "i I In County H of' r udPortion ._ _ 8 22 Mrs. "; howe __ ..,$ ._
.u ,
Hearts-J JOS. E. WILSO'l.Lhluld..tor. Notice to I.t..n.lant.. .*. This. July hat ISIS. .2 I :1" ... ,
Clubs- 10 Bradford County Hank police to llrfefilMt and Order of ALrtRIIMAV, , Diamonds-A J Hank. Htarke, Florida. Pnhlli'aflonIN (Otttclal I 8plIn. '1.. Clrrult Court HI']'" lvi.g I Hnrk( *' ,
Clarke! Florida July 10, 1910. TUB NAMK OF TUB BTATH H, AT.I.tlMAN. B idd.ielu rg public ruuJ- .
Spades-none 7H9t05NOTICK FI.I>RIHA : ", 1,1 ".'r... "-21 R 22 U J. A. 1f'iwa ___._ ____ S I 0

All If of
( NK'4
defendant, If or KlorldH ,
named Compl..a"t.
any defense OP FIV\I, 1)I1CII HCR InK t""Yh Mol"ltor Mo roM.I ._;_ 6 Thomas _ _
Problem No. 25 any of them lot alv., and ..Y.e.r H. -2 2 2 Jt M. 0 __ _ 15.78
any of them dead to their 74.9t41'M W4 of NE'. of I": ,

Hearts- 10,9 Sixty day after data hrof, ontowlt several and reaped* unknown 'sTi:1t': a.tEFlNflce Nfti,, w .. of H"JI of .

Clubs -noneDiamonds : the 5th day of Augunt, 1930I heir, ,\wl..I'. 1.11.. .... or gran- -- SKI4 (, NIH.! _ n2 8 U 10 F. M. !i'hurnas.. _. _____ 47.42 _ _
the undersigned admInistrator wllprenent teen, : H AYCOCKi, Jo*- All NW' of HICU M of ('a.nat .
-A my voucher and final ac. KPH H BAKER: MRS. L. C. In. h..bY given that In.l..rIIn,1 -.- -... -2 8 n T Arthur'Wooi _.____
Spades -A, 6, 3 count to the Honorable Oeo. A. HKACIIMAN. ( whose < 'Strict ian name by virtue of that certain at UK i-or of K% of 0 UI ___ ,
Hearts none Oardlner. county Judge of Bradford I la unknown and 1.. 'HKACIIMAN. and entered hy lion A.of n"w< of HK'4 of NKC.; & ______ "
none ('lri-ult Court _
Y : ClubsnoneiOnds7 County Florida for his approval her ; Mr*. R D CLAYTON. Z. Adklnii, Judge Juno run 24 Jt., H 10$ ft, 0 -p
-jl0 : DiamondsK. and at the same time will ask for ( "u..n. nam I I..* unknown ) llradford County Florida, on K 240 ., N 10S ft. to r ,,.

> : A B : 1 9 my dlftcharge, .* Admlnlntrator of and whl"R, O. CLAYTON! her husband; Both 130. In that certain of Htarke forec'loisure |itt .t 1.\ .... ._2d 8 22 K. M, Thomas __?___ 11.2 I ; t
"-J.7.5 : Z : Spades O. the estate of J. M. Maxwell d.e..a".d. *- IK NO. his wife: IAMES KINII. . hank I Lots. 6 I lllk 6 OrlKlnwl'
J. It *nd MARY corporation. In complainant orn .Town of Htxrkfi In NKUof
V. I. JONKH.; KISt i + ,
Hearts- none This 61h dllv fO' Jlln". 1920.W / KR! 8IUNKY NKU: ; V. PHBH. John Toplln and the wife undersigned V. A. wlloffer HWI4 ... _.2D 8 22 H. U Peek ___.?_____ 14.MHlark _ 0 ,
H. lIIAXWI'I.I. WASHINtlTfiS' are defendant, W ft of Loin 2 4 of ,
'OTT: T0NI.MYIIo'UIHKY lllk _________
Clubs -9, 7 AdministratOrNOTICE LK for .sale and wl.1 eU.. at th* 1 ___
6-6-9t-8-l. ) MAHKI.L J.o N J; : _: Original I Town of '
Diamonds-tO,9 ------- L'E1 noNLBYj; anaand AUASL1'J.'OItBE8 Mouth Htark.door Ilradford of the County t'olr.hou.Flurld.* al N";''< of $W ....2WMi 1 I Hradford County Dank 417.It 'a

Spades- K, 2 OF Fl8tL 1l'CllltGt'i : to during the It-iral. hour of ....I.! on of Hlk 11 LivIngston ", ;
devlMee leg.
0 The unknown heir, Monday, the 4th day, of A. Truby ('n's Hub, division -V , 0

e are no trumps and Z is in the .lead. How can Y Z win all of the tri 'h 81"ty day after date hureof. ont ateen LF.Y. deceased or grantee: and. of to DAVID lION. 1130. to the highest Auru.l.bll..r\ Loin of HI'.'',' of NKtj ._.2 < 2 Ho. Cox: -??.?_____ 11.52 .' l '
the following I S or K". ot Hlock 33
fan any defense? ...wlt: the Bth day of August 1930 The unknown tockholder, gr..n- for cash d..rlb..d 'rrul. '
No.22 undersigned administrator .of KARNK8T land tyIng and being In I.lvln..on. Co. _ _ '
Answer to Problem I. tile tee or *8sigfleeC County to-witt of NK> 0
and finalaccount *
3 will present my Honorable vouchers (Oorg A. '.()\ Law formerly a corporationunder and to Mouth Ilorld Houthwenl. (iiiartr ----------------2' \ 22 tam T7.0Q ,____.___ 22.11 ,
the Florida
Hearts-Q. 8. to of :
of Bradford : of Mouthwet Quarter of I.Town.hlp Lots. I 2 or F.<4 If Hlk 24I.lvlnKMcin '
Oardlner, County Judg respective husband 1..ton
ClubsnoneDiamonds9. The ald .
Truby A Co/ .
County Florida. for his approval wive f all the natural f. 10Ulh. ltn. r 4'
5spadesI,7 time will ._ for of psti.fy.log Hub of NK'!% of

auk for and my at discharge the same..s ,tdmtnistrator persona hereinafter who named. are H hirelnabov. defendant or In saId- lu.po. NKVi . d_. __ ___n 8 22 Sam Tyson ___ . _. _

Heart*-J, 7,5 of It. S. Byrd E. 1.1. JOiJS. Lote12345671&Frarl 5
K,9K.S.4.3 of the estate thl cau. and the nnm* of whomseverally .
Clubs- 10 deceased and reepec-tlvely$ ar.. *xcept Special MaulerD lot on W side of Hlk H 0
i B : DiamondaJ This 6th day of Jun.. 1930MARJORIB I' a* herein rpecin>'ally .t.t.d. p:. KNIGHT and II V. KNI0lT, ExSfl.tLoielN.J: .. .
Ond.Q : A : F. BYRD. unknown; and to Attorney for June. add In Mark In
Spadea9,1rHearta .
-none s Z : f-l-lt-k-1 Admlnlitratrlx.CLKBK :. Alt having or .Ialmln., any -l. of NWh W of Wal

Interact p.rl'"nl In the following .* ". n.l. .. --- __-_--.--...2i 6 2 Bradford County Rink __ tl.IIMr
4 2 Ilradford County Florida ) t II 12 Kx N lOft
10 '. FIA18i1t WT4TESIENTc0Ifl8T.Y land In JUYI'I ,
nt Hlk C N. 0
Clubs -Q, 9. 6, 2 FVNUS to-wit) J 1.t..I I Htark In I
East: of Southeast Quarter of In the Circuit Court of the Twen. ,
Diamonds- none r-- South Hal Quarter rife of HB4* of ty-Hlxfh Judicial ( of "'Iorld., MEt of NW(4( W ef Wal

Spades- none Monthly financial' *taimnt of $W%>,.East, Half of Northeast tjuarler In and for 'Ir"ul County: In "lt -- ____________.___2 4 23 *. F. II. Long _.._____ ..
Bradford. county for the month of ( of .
of HoiitheaMt Quarter EI Chancery. Lot 1 of Ilk 1 T.mpt.add ,l

)amon.)* are trumpe and Z is in I may make will enable A B to win the June, t311.o..r.1 F...* WK'4' of SK'4I, of be.tlon 2)t J. L, HAnOEI. ".. In NK'i:' of 0 _ _
of South- '
lead. Mow can Y Z win four of the two following tricks. This play shoulJbe Bal. Jun. 1. 120 ---_ -"ISii, I and t4uthw.ut Quarter of Quarter Houihwt Quarter7aW '.. NK NW14:", .of iimrt Itv of* W\i corof of 0 _ _

,q trick against any defense? I carefully noted. Don't force your Rec-elpt during' month month .l.JJO' I .tllll/ _ _ _
uwn of onehZ the I it can be avoided. Bal. July I, 1910 -ir..d (M TsOUTII. KANOK TWKNTYTWOWHaKHEA8. Order nf pbiieiIaa. In NK.(4( nf NW'. ,
play *
that the first trick if A mm .,- 22)) : IN THfc NAME! OF TIlE MTATB OF part of W'j of NK'i W _,
and at ___
Y I Also note 11130
should trump with the five Y Bal. June I. ---'J??..5 I on the 22nd day of FLOHIDA of Hv NK cior of HEV.
"""""ids. B follows suit. At trick I refuses to play the king of clubs. Heeelpt during, month UII..2 April, 1930, th* above named Complainant It appearing and the undersigned of !i-------------2$ I U J. II. Hitch Jr. ...__. _
Y discard the of hearts. Z Warrant. during month Bill ofomplalnt Judge of the abov styled court NW\ IU.I
should lead the nine of dia- I should trey 970.69 flIed his duly .Wf..n bats Hlk 2 J. D. Jones _ _

.thus forcing A in the lead with I should then lead the deuce of hearts Bal. July 1.stead 19JO: Feud- In the above.ult .ntt.d, hereby In finding Chancery that, proee Issued of by Hum-the add I to mark. _. __ .____2* 1 U 1. C. Hitch ._________ 10 I ,,

quse On this lead Z should disll. I and again A B can 0 only win three Bal. Jun. 1. nao __--. 2382 cause.confirm the and same establish being a.a against. you. Clerk mon of thin Court agalnet the hereinafter 8 S .acre of N"W. of NR<4 of .
A of of
ij1eure of club At trick three tricks. Receipt during month and each a* defendant In named domestic corporation NKt4 NK'2 NB' NWI___.11flWH I U
of % County flank
I 'kllead the and ) Also note that the l lead of the deuceof Warrant during month said ...;fu't of the t'omDlalnt.nt *. the *vral and respective . ___ 1 Ir.dtnrd U 0 _ _
"a king of hearts V1 trick aimot win four Bal. July I. 1130 ___ .- 221.25 to hav* the com- legal and principal place of tIB'xi :3 I I 40 Hr.dror. County hank n... ,

Pay thequeen,theotherpl.aYl.'r'lit hearts at one should FBrrBal. Feud nine decreed to be the owner ot business of which are In the Swig of HKH' ._ ______2tNWV4 4 I 40 Ur.dtor" County Hank 30.72 _
"' suit. If f Y fails to play the tricks against good defense. A Puns I. 19JO: _.-.--,- 280.31 in pU ( simple and .entltld to the I Counties. In the Htate of Florida.hareinaftar of NWti .- ______. 7 7 40 U..dtord County nali U I ', _

oC.he.arta at trick three A should pUy the kinjf o? hearts and follow with Receipt during, month 230.33 possession. of. the land In said. Rill .p.rf.d. cannot b* *erved Ixit* 17 ID I 20 of Hlk 14 '

1rtth the nine of hearts and A B the queen ofdiamond.. He should then Warrant during month ___ and berelnabov* dewrlbed to becajJH .and agent of In hampton . _. ___ ..19 T n A. A. Iur<1.n ----------195 46 r ?. '
now follow with the nine of hearts. If Y ....... leadflat. "1.50 aid bill the amid Complainant ha I each of said corporation are on.known Ilk) 8 Hub division of NE'4 ?

t win another heart and a the of hearts on the Jun 1. IUD __---__ 17S.IS HUd crtaln amendment on June and that th. Sheriffs of aid of NWM __.. ______.0 1 U I A. A. Purden __ ____ J.n
trick. Mease note this play. At should play queen the nine of Receipt during month II 1910: and whereas la and by acid Countle have severally and r.p..t. Com MS yd* K of NW roe '_

f'ar. A should lead the trey of first trick A should lead Warrant. during month - l4a.$ Hill. and the *ald Ively returned said writ of NB 4 of NKVi run 0 ', _
the _______
.and Z should win the trick with! hearts. B winning the DaL July I. IUD the following named person case of their Inability to serve onsame K 111 I.' yd.* M loll yd* _ _
*lIaof B should now lead a spade which WM.w' Paui. 'IT.I' and corporation are Jo mad : NOW. TH JRFIOIP W 112 l-> Fda N 104 yd*
clubs- Y and B should discard: jack. .vitb the queen of BaL June 1. 130 ___.-- .4* defendant to thin I TOKAH.VKHT a eor to .-w _____20 7 22 A. A. Durden _"____ .
*&* 171 b..t :
*.LAt ttick five should lead A should trump Receipt during month Kmllyr U. M WALTER poratlon. of Putnam County Florid 11.1
,151% f h wbkh'D diamond. B's jack of diamonds must Warrants during month 1.00 FNNMT . .*; and FIX>nlI>A ANt> A IMMI. hair at a pt 2A2 ft F. nf NW
? arta can win for _____ 573.115rfel11.rSI XJNLfcY[ : cor nf NKU of N
win U30 l .
t/urd/ A B Bal. July I. W. T. ; ORATION COMPANY 1' .
win trick 80 KICKMTBR corporaton.
and a
} lot trick. Note that if Z now theM mm L'ILc' of Duval County. Florida run W tel ft H 22 t J .

.t 'th f nine of club at trick five. Y four of the seven tricks. Note BaL 'Jon* I. 1930 -r- and SAKNEHT TFLOBIDA COMPANY a You. and each ol you. are hereby 11 f N 22ft I to b. _i T 2 A. A. Durd.a __ ..
*<: LD
r" *l to discard sAd any discard be variations closely. I Receipts during month __ o ,I '

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i1b'o FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted Farmers Will Make V soh, .tot
that I have ever
/ Gainesville, Fla.-Someone has -.1 don't believe In reply to an

County Crop Tours said that "leading farmers are 1 wn a boy "come out" like has.Old United States Seoul,"''lI'1UI'7, Du'
Slim Timmons' boY Tom,
Y M{ I rearing farmers" In that case, been thin, pale Fletcher of Florida \tmi'( ]
By Tom has always Fred H. Davis , 7
Gainesville, Via..-Farmers of Florida farmers and farm women and sickly until a few weeks ago, In which he ,? H
The Profit Linn stated ', ,
tl ti< F T. D. UICKENBAKER, ,County Agent Northwest Florida are going Jo who take advantage of the publications but has recently begun to grow the state legUlatur 'Iar,ast|
y j 1 has been treat- offered them by the 'Flor- Listlessness will,,
I! turn tourists during the perfod ; Everything that and develop Into a real boy. required to permit *{
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent ed in this column for the past ida Experiment Station and Agri- paleness and laziness ment of ''hi cant
from July 15 to August 7. At that a Southern
number of weeks is vital to the cultural Extension Service shouldbe have gone and have been replacedby Federal Home Braiuii '
time they will sea what their who raises for these two for Diimblejti
success of every: person leading farmers, life and activity. I
teer Soldiers
Interesting Poultry neighbors are doing In the way of any poultry, whether on a largeor Instltiitltlons are now issuing pub- Tom was over at my house yesterday this state be given In Filrld' , :e;f

producing crops more economically a small scale. We are approaching lications which fill long-felt wants, and I asked him what had If a Florida site nlo boat!

ScheduledFor or obtaining larger yields. the parting of the ways, according to a report Just l Issuedby happened to make him start to federal home, an wi. ,"" ,tedf f,1

Program Agents of Weal Florida coun- however, when those whose primary J. Francis Cooper, editor for grow and become robust. ernor will be a. '? Ihl
Interest Is In broilers and the two Institutions.During treatment for hookworms : to
"I took
ties, J/ Lee Smith, district agent a to the government .
Farmers' WeekGainesville for that territory, workers from market poultry will want to startto the fiscal/ year which ," he replied, and added States all Jurisdiction'n t the ('

ls'd' the Experiment Station, and oth- develop I their chicks along dif- closed June 30, the two Institutions "believe me, I sure feel a lot bet- grounds occupied b ore!
ferent lines than those whose issued 175,000 copies of 14 > and CCt
w era will Join In conducting the ter, too. ed with the
Fl :::: Poultrymen bread and butter Is In produc circulars and a calendar Institution the ,
week on the poultry program will tours. Picnics, barbecues, 'and egg bulletins, five Old Slim's family had always ney general wrote !
of Florida will /find an unusually other entertainment will feature tion. Of course the first ecnentlal according to the report. Mr. been rather careless about the use the genet
1 Interesting: program awaiting them be S. W. Henn, poultry research are that the chicks should live and estimates that during the of Commenting onhe/ op.J
Cooper privy Part
aC t some of them. Every farmer I Is of a good sanitary Davis said
I during the ninth annual Farmers' department of Purina Mills. E. D. grow along healthful, normal nearly 150,000 copies of various old rickety that this |legal| ;f
4 tar Invited to attend the tour in his year tho time they an had been cleared
__ t LT the Week at the College of Agriculture Stocking, president of the Central county. llneaV Poultry science la recent old and new publications left closet that was open to files, pigs, efforts being up so WJ:,
y c August 1115. years, however, .has taught us aI the mailing rooms for Florida did- made i II'('
fee Florida Poultry Producers'; Cooperative -I Visits will be made to /fields of chickens and sometimes they Institution for the
_ The afternoon of Monday, August -, Association, C. R. Ryan ,corn, peanuts, and other crop I great deal that can and should be farms and homes not use any privy at all. Ida. illite of
i; heal 11, will be devoted to a short i manager of this association, J. Q. 'which are growing on land that done to bring the poultry enter- The experiment Station, which Hookworms began to get scat- 1 . _

4 disa : talk on suggestions to beginners, Adams, representing the Royal had vetch and Austrian peas turn ; prise to the point of maximum printed 11 new bulletins duringthe tered around the place, and since CROI' -- -

tab! a tour of the College poultry plant, Manufacturing Company, Earl W. ed Into It this spring;, to fields of 1 profit, along' either the market, last fiscal year, has now Issued they are not big enough to be seen, PRO41'lt'Ts); (tdNi,

F.A{i 1 i iI and a demonstration on selecting Brown,. president of the Florida sugar cane of good varieties, which or the egg production line. a total of 217 bulletins sinceIt the family was ignorant of their Perry -- -
the layers. Section, American Poultry Association -l are making good yields: to cotton Most poultry raisers are Inter- was founded. Among Its bulle- presence. the best .ount,|

Feeding, managing, and brood- F. W. Iltsher, poultry marketing /fields which have been properly! ested primarily In egg production. tins issued last year which are 'Tom would wade in the water crop prosper} ( ID ,1
according to n
Ing baby chicks and developmentof specialist Dr. D. C. Glllls, and economically fertilized for In raising birds for egg produc- likely to prove of most popular Interest around the place after a rain and S Dennis |

I st pullets will occupy the Tuesday poultry service veterinarian. II. beHt yellds; to /fields where Crota- tion, the government figures givenuse are the following: pretty soon would have "toe itch." agent. Demonstration nei"l,

45'' f D morning program, while diseases i Irvin R. C. Blake, and I Thompson larla, the wonder summer cover some interesting facts that in Bui. 208. Diseases of Cucumbers He was becoming Infected with cotton, corn. and peanut' are
Ing well.Quality
t ;v new and parasites, managing the lay- poultrymen, N. R. Mehrhof, crop Is growing; to dairy and beef turn give each hen her quota, a In Florida. hookworms and didn't know It. up
that C. II, Ma- cattle farms and to fur- kind of a "budget" idea applied to Bui. 209. Lawns In Florida.
r era, and a caponizing demonstration .- extension poultryman. pastures; They sucked his life blood, sapped
N the will feature the afternoon session. goon, Duval poultry specialist and nace chicken brooders etc poultry profits. Bui. 210. Corn Diseases In Flor- his vitality and kept him from ia a production pj'

Gus York, Sam Rountree, and L. Farmers Interested In taking a State figures vary slightly, but ida. growing like a normal boy should. which Is closely related toth,|

On Wednesday morning the subjects 'Alsmeyer, county agents. tour should get in touch with their in the state of Washington, the Bui. 212. Diseases of Sweet Just before school closed, the ply-demand problem

of battery brooding and raising county agents. 'The proposed feeding cost per bird Is the equlva Potatoes In Florida. county health nurse came to the

chicks on wire will be featured TOTTON CHOP GOOD dates for the counties are as follows !- lent of the price of 130 eggs and Bul. 214. Cotton Diseases In schoolhouse one day with the Money spent for fertilizer\ il'

3 tvI'' a ar Thursday morning will be given : Tuesday, July 15: Taylor this l Is a pretty representative fig- Florida. county home demonstration agent, be considered a business i II;,

r t ti4 <> over to a dl cuB lon of contests Milton, Fla. Recent visits to county; July 16, Leon; July 17, ure.. The United States govern- The Agricultural Extension Service and they made a health examina- ment., Like other liivestmeJ

HI'' and chicken pox vaccination. Thatafternoon's cotton and corn demonstrations Jefferson; July 18, Madison; Tuesday ment tells us that the average published during the year tion of the children at the school.! should be made wisely f
i 22 Eacambia 23 American hen lays a total of less three new bulletins, five circulars, I I Always feed calves mini
M program will bo given have shown that the cotton crop July ; July They found Chat Tom, along witha
+ over entirely to marketing sub l Is In good shape, and two weeks Santa Rosa; July 24 and 25, Oka-' than 10ft eggs a year. From this and a farm and home calendar. number of other children, had Is the same temperature Iran
loosa 29 Calhoun we easily gather that there are a Those which are likely to proveof feeding to another.
jects. earlier than last year, while the ; Tuesday, July : hookworm d'seaae.:
c'f Accrediting, shows, breeding, corn crop is quite poor, .due to July 30, Liberty; July 31 land lot of poultry flocks operating at general Interest are: They persuaded the parents of
sanitation, and winter eggs will be continued dry weather, reports August 1. Jackson: Wednesday, a net loss to,i the owner, and by totaling Bui 57. Herbaceous Perennialsfor the children to let them go to the A Great Discovery I

M'I' discussed on Friday. John O. Hudson, Santa ROMa coun- August 6, Walton; .August 7, up the average yearly lay of: Florida. county health officer and be treat- When Pasteur discovered, in I
teatinal Among the speakers for the ty agen t. Washington. all birds maintained, anyone can Bul. 58. Vegetable Crops of ed for hookworm. Tom said It was that the infection of wound)I

+ nilckj - ---.-- .--- . easily calculate, roughly, the num- Florida. .n very simple treatment they gave caused by malignant bacteria,M
of his hen l Is formed service of inestimable!
1 ten i 4 ber eggs average Florida residents may obtain him, and didn't hurt. Said he had a
,tjopvathey either above, or below, the profit copies of any of these bulletins by to stay in .bed all one day. has to mankind.been Since)then better medical j
producing and 1
i 1 line of 130 eggs writing to the Experiment Stationor Well sirs\ the way those'children antiseptics, to lull these germ]
t AUTBfoidani The problem of every eggfarmer Agricultural Extension Sorvlce have developed since that time is may enter the smallest cut and;

Is to get his average yearly egg I and asking for them by numberor proof enough of the value of the I diseases Rich as typhoid, tubor
hen above and well above Now all! havttol
lay per title. treatment.: Everybody around and lockjaw. you /)
't-'I,, that 130-egg mark. As It costs as be aura that these dreadfulnot gonl
? here I
la commenting It. Other
infect wound is to |
much to feed a poor producer' as a a wad
yJ > members of Tom's family have decided -I wound however email
. ; LI a high producer, we can calculate, I WHL'P FARM PROGRAM I to take the treatment also I Liquid BoroBone, the modern i

S ,per;.; roughly, that a 150 egg hen. lay- and Slim is going to /fix up a sani- I tic. You can get Liquid Boront
r rhi "The Voice of Florida"Gainesville
Ing 20 eggs above the profit line, I I tary privy. else to fit your needs and putt,,|

l Is twice as profitable and twice as _ I Canova Pharmacy.

valuable, as the 140 egg hen, lay- Fla. An unusually (',\XM MJ \'. KT.\III.,KS:" _
_J Ing only 10 eggs above the profit
Interesting series of farm pro-
line.So grams has been arranged for Gainesville, I< la. Fifteen hundred HEADAC1
it is frequently by narrow WRUF! during the week beginning tin cans have been filled with

stdip4 c; margins, that victories are won July 12. These will go oil' the air beans, tomatoes, peas, squash and RELIEF

{ even In the humdrum of everyday from 12:15: to 12:45: dally The berries recently by members of . P.QU1
work. The of l is CARTERS ._
breeding course
schedule follows: two clubs In Alachua county, according -
Canon I{ t mJ1fi1a of the primary Importance In egg Sat, July 12-Farm news and to a report by Mrs. GraceF. Jemli I I digestive quickJy comctI diet|
(Yee because "like begets
u production h'nts. U. S. Farm science snap Warren home demonstration j ancesrem< '
like," but 'a great deal can be shots. agent. Club members are making testinal poisons, and sick hea

: aIkt done by scientific and conscientious Mon, July 14 Results of profits from their gardens, whichare quickly disappears Your whol
: 1n 'C care and It will be our purpose tern enjoys a tonic effect
fY, some recent Irish potato experiments good shape.
I.OIa # In this* column for several tion vanishes,and you feels -..
t -M. R. Ensign, truck:. horticulturist -
1 weeks to point out some of the vigor. Avoid bromides and !
/ It Is sometimes better for farmers -
r Station.
ti +4 Experiment
they are depressing:
best principles of development or'
Tues. July 15-Army WormsJ to think so hard they cannot All Druggists 25o and 75c red j jCARTER'S
both market and egg production, H, Watson, entomologist.Wed. work than to work so hard they

St'z'' I a a poultry ., July 16-Why I am going cannot think. ESPI

Yi3 0" a tha to Farmers' Week-Mrs. S. -- .

see. P. Getzen, Newberry. I
sat ofi HINTS: TO 1IOVSEWIVE9 Thurs., July 17-Some Florida

I .. Plant Disease Questions Erdman ,
i ,, .(trey gin, dI West, Experiment Station. wyiLJ-cr2: I.
y I Ew Weekly from Home Demonstration I 1 I.r
1' d tha r Ajtt'nt. Fri., July 18-Ups and downsof
'Ri'" .and a I+ II''' Mary Johnson, Florida farm
at r tr }r I 6 PKACIIPemh: RE'iI'E4: : woman- she visits Miss Mary E.,

Ir << Butter ndustrles.IIOMKS. 4I
11ri ri .a.d Use 4 quarts ripe peaches, sugar : .
? and juice of 1-2 lemon.
; ? (, Dip the peaches first In boiling :' 1MPKOVKU.: Y I

41 i uh'Inr3bl.ure.' 1 d 'water, then in cold 'water and slip
/ -' otnr:. na; J 1 off the skins.. Cut In pieces and Alva Fla. Many rural homesof
; ,OLf- A M ,t7
this have been
cook until very soft. Press thiougha community White-
t I painted and otherwise
colander and measure; to each improved asa
) pint of pulp allow 1 cup sugar result of the home Improvementwork Enamel

Sr'ry Mix peach pulp,' sugar and lemon of Miss Anna Mae Sikes, Lee Dish f
? ak wai 1 I Juice and cook until of the conals. county home demonstration'agent. pan
Y'r tence of marmalade. Pour Into' ,
: ? '
asw/ sterilized Jars and seal at once 13 qt. capacity
1 r
t U( 11 LT Aetvw Or, wash thoroughly nice, ripe
+ N. a .. peaches; cut and remove pits, If x.
4. / Flea atones. Cook in their own

juices until soft enough to put

.4-" through Illvpr to remove skins

'di tliiJiift) ) lieuMe'rtoc and pits, If 'cjlngs: measure pulp;

I ctdrrttir ,ss allow half as much sugar as pulp.
... When pulp l Is heavy add
and rookuntil( clear and of the desired -
is iie 1-1 r: "X" 1 HOUSE IH-12,4 consistency. Pour In hot

e dot .I sterile Jnrsi Seal and process Immediately EVEA ...... w. been able toPf.oaa.ertolceuponatom l
To this muff
t 10II.Y AM \lU'IIITIC.: machineryIn-In the latter' there lan vant's room bath; closets and Product toner get premium, you
} ( Octmcon *a premium
gtk Nor Tnti:,- THE: "N"By utter lack ot consistency which two car motor room. A paved ; Teach let <'re Alti ban this round whit enamel a f least -

,) Ma if o at h ( Duncanhuntei', Architect certainly cannot produce true terrace conencts with both living Use 2, cups milk, 2 cups creamor .cI..b-p.xccpc fpay or. This blu utensil. .bead solid wtucv 10 Coupon
,t t o New York.) architecture or even artistic merit room and dining room. I evaporated milk 3 cups peach im of' the heavy .n.mel! l luo.athat IrMH
Y d d for.
t.ettJt Today we seem to be getting True \beauty lies In fitness to'purpose Second floor: Four bed rooms, pulp, 2 1-2 cups sugar, 1 tablespoon you' To see'this.o Sat pnc di.b.p..1..t..k OctagonSoap CCTA6Q

rdU.. away from the old-working toward and no amount of decorationor two baths and ample closets, Five lemon juice. your grocer for "Oct oo" ....rr

ai', gnu 0 the new---the "period", styles have of ornamentation will overcomethe outdoor decks are provided. Peel rIpe peaches and put thrua I ,? Smile time powder you,courant buy' laundry soap..r. toilet.n.p SOAP
{ g hold out to the extent of distortinga faults of Improper I'plrlt-Il Ceiling heights: Basement, sev- coarse sieve. Add sugar and at theAche9 oap for the wa h baain. floatingoap Powder "

IL u ira one-story Greek temple to cover will simply Increase the exaggeration en feet, first floor, eight feet sec lemon juice,. stir well and allowto .wm b.for...Save-th.bath your and coupons chipa; .for for your 1OO. Tlx.,r.,.90 CHt OWD p L..
a forty story steel frame skyscraper. until the point of absurdity ond floor, eight feet. stand while preparing the you' can secure this tin.ds.h-pan provjdd *from I
We have used antique "seedy" Is reached-a sort of-"sheep in Exposure!: : The plans as shownare cream. Add milk and cream gradually from Octacon yow haT*Soap at least Powdar.IO coupoo tin gnaSoap uMroreoioaf

glass In minute panes In modern a wolf's hide"-contrariwise, a for a lot facing south or west to peach.. .pulp and freeze until Mont Octasnra Toilet Soap Coupon Pt.d.abtrtcs
i houses because In the olden times simple object of right quality-tit For a lot facing north or east the I stiff. Ordinary pains- head base doubt value-each oo btlovf.
ih. ache counts u two oa this ode.PREEI .
_ p ,! they could make the panes neither for purpose-devoid of all decoration plans should be reversed. I' Peach 4'eke and neuralgia muscular
larger nor clear-today with Indoor la bound to excite our admiration Lot size: House frontage, 48 Cut top off a loaf of sponge or pains functional pains Seedier tempUtt MAJ.. Uttmg tnJnJt .f otbr flee Octaftminmt *

Y& les. tt' occupations and more or less or at least It will not bring I ft.; side clearance left, 10 ft.a good plain take and remove center the headache and congested AtUrra Octago Prtmium Dtp, i7 Suatx Stmt, Jerry Cd1tr

:rat $ untrdl clone confinement we need sun- down our condemnation."The right 7 ft.; lot frontage, minimum leaylng'a shell about 1-2 Inch feeling of a cold in the

ant t i ib' light and air and a good clear out-, > X" Is designed to give a 85 feet. thIck. Mix together 3 tablespoons head-how quickly they DC TAG IN i

look Is not to be despised-glass modern home for modern livingIt Construction: Brick roof, canvas sugar and ,boiling water and boll disappear when you take a S tt t
r !i !la cheap-plentiful and clear-so breaks away entirely from the' ; foundation, concrete; win- 3: minutes. Add enough powdered tablet or two of I
why hare dark dingy Interiors?- antique.' We like It'or we do not dows, steel casements In special sugar to make an Icing that ''can saxaamltuusn

We don't lire and art in the antique -there is no middle ground-Its arrangements; doors, wood, to be easily spread. Cover rim and DR.MILES'' _..
a t t manner. Examples of such very strong character prohibitsany special details. Ides of cake with Icing and .r..w.rr 1A.

; Inconsistency l might be specified In lukewarm enthusIasmlikecertaIn Interiors: Floors wood for linoleum -, sprinkle thickly with chopped pecans CltJ -mmtiV

lint al'IS Y legion. What we seem to need lean l types of people they have finish; walls, plaster; : or 'shredded cocoanut. Fill

x71,,. 'wtl't architecture of today-one that staunch friends and bitter euemleti. kitchen, plaster; bath room, tile; center with sliced sugared peaches

Iip. is of and fits these times-not a steam heat, .gas and electric wiring. leaping them up. Serve with Dr. Mites Aspir-Mint ia the -' <.

relic of the dark ages--and mod- The "X" lists: I plaIn cream. that new, stable is maklrg, mint-flavored people all tablet over I Present coupons to agent below on 'or before DEC. 31,
( ern In the answer. After all-true Basement: A large recreationroom Cublture, 35.000 cu ft. ,* the Country "Smile at the Ache"
t".F architecture Is an expression of laundry, cold storage heater Complete working plans and Roughage Is just as necessary 13
11 I and 23c
< at
tip the times, of race, creed and colorwe and coal spaces. specifications of this house are to the soil a* to the cow ., _your_drag. L Bradford County Farmers Supply'
sip might say-as against the First floor: Entrance vestibule available for a nominal sum. Ad- Small )Jetluee cups! filled with ", -

copying of an antique shell or case hall with coat closets, living room dress the building editor and re- salad dressing make pleasing earn, 1_ '- IV _
to for a piece of modern automatic dining room, kitchen, pantry, ser- fer ,to house H-1S4. lines for salad. STARKE, FLORIDAY


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--- __ IIRAIWOItD COt.-XTY TELEGRAPH. 1J'r.\RKE. FLORIDA 1'\(11<1.:1(1111': 1m _
- --- -- _. ,-
- -- - - -- -- -- -
-- ---
--- - - -- -
daughter Miss and - -- -- -
Rhoda Mrs. Plant City Streets In north. Warrant "rAn..pIoylh I T1ON (COMPANY a corporation: and commanded and In Alvarev
required and K C
Denmark all appear ngaln A. 'aranteas,
ZIFF spent Friday afternoon western part of city being Improv Bal. July 1. Ki.o ___ the Complnlnant having In Raid Bill on the Rule Day In Augunt: 19JO, 1 et al. defendant the undnrwlgnad.a _______

rOi ...". {'... at Hampton Beach. ed. Mat. June Halldlng Pan_ a* amended stated that ha believe* to.wl. the 4th day, of August 1130, Special Master, wil offer for .alaIn _ I
opnl _
1. into .
4I I. Mr. Floyd Wiggins of New that there are p..r..on.. In being In- ,1.t.. the above. entitled action front of the hU'N" d"o. Ir _ _
liver Halnes City Sleg l's Inc., opened Uecelpt* during, month. In the property Involved In wherein the above named Complainant Stark, "Iorlda. nn the 4th Au,.. I
. was visiting bin brother. Mr. Wnrrnntn during .iotth( said suit Whose name and place ofreHldenca seeks lo quiet A. I .
with list to the highest and
line of ladles
E. Thomas and and chll.dren's lint July I, 1930 ____ .: itlW:: ; 180.
II. .
,, Mrs\ L. Wiggins of Clayno Sunday. 1 ? are a.v..r"ly unknown to INI| ) aa a good and heat bidder, c vh the followingdeHcrlhed
Miss\ Rhodfc Thomas wearing apparel. hereby certify that the the .. 1",1 the complainant In fee lniilti, hi* title, to those certain property and being, _ _
. statement, chowlnir Iylnl
loyd Plant City Parker Eletcrlc valnnre* at ha. .al. diligent search land In Brndford County Florida In BrnOford ,'" to-
7 Denmark and daughter, beginning, of soil r.t the ending and Inquiry the 'name. of such which are doMcrlhed: al 'lengthIn wit Fltrlda

0 II.I spent the Fourth TRAIN SCJIKDfLR: Shop purchased by Wylle Smith. of tha tha montn herein ahova stated pernon and could not obtain them, the Hill of Complaint In said All lois Two (7)) and Four (4)

90n"llIe. during receipt ami" tirrihnt and that a.. to Such of the mold un caUMe, and"to *",'ur. a decree th. t of Block Fifteen (15)i ,and the Went
I lib, Mt, Thoma* parents Ih..rd.said. month. correspond. known persons a* are known or be neither of Hald corporation ha. any Forty fuel of Iota Six ((61 murulHight
b .1| B. Thomas. Our schedule changes COI-liTY (5iPeiuIi'sggrr'5 and of my oflfca. and In lieved 1 by the Complainant to ba valid xtate, rillh. title or Int".tIn (5) of said Block Fifteen 4151, according .
12:01 correct to beet of
I Mr8 a. MONTHLY KlMANfI\l' the my heir, devlxee legatee or to "I, , :
, : BTATRHKMT : edge pr grsnt.o.of or any partthei'rof ti> time map or plat of the ,_ _
t and belief. I al"o l
Lewis and certify
,Inll Mrs\ J. W. m., Sunday Aprl: 20th and trains < OF SCHOOL Fiii the a person d..a.1 whose naina I and furlher. original town of Starke. "mihjvtt
following I is lint of All ; : *
pem' l last Sunday at will run as follows: For Bradford Couniv. for depo..ltorle>, vhowlng a the tmlnnca." known to the Complainant, ) ) I( .: .Ih:1: thl* muVr'he: publlnhed however, lo Alley artil, WnlliexervallonN I
_ _
II month of Hemptember, IB29 name of mach I I. tated In 1.1 utica for the period of ,
1ated deed OvltlMayne
....lIh'- Mrs Lewis sister, Mra.Thomas. Local No. I, southbound, due (;.....I Hrhool .....
t ; Starke 11:11: p. m. Hnl.HvcelptH Sept. 1. 11129 __ ____ ---__ urlty furnhed( by each finch, .. !In said bn muled that h* do. County Telegrnph.' a newspaper May I. 1909* and ....."..JIII. look
durlnn month _____.636000 Itory, and the amount know ..* not been able to publlhd and having ,treiifralcirculation No. 1 on 1'nne 8. Aug, inth ..
Ward ot Lake Butler was Local No. 1)) southbound, due Warrants during month ___ .4446.46 laif or credited during *Jlt :,:.' aiertaln by diligent search and Inquiry In Bradford County, I'liblln- ---- --- n..ort. nf_ _llrnil_ nn_fitftt__ f'niintv.Htuta ___n___. .
Starke. Ual. U<:t. i. 1821 _____ -----1610.81 whelh..rl.ln Florida : ..
11:13 |
business In our sect : a. m. 1)7' each cold rlenoeltory on I pernnn 1" j
: ilig t( lllHtrlrt IV.. 1 nf current dally balance.* er time : known by name to him and believed IHl.NK AND) Oltl'KltKn.-! Chnmbei tenement, heredltnmenl and appurtenance I'f.
Thursday. Limited No. 107 southbound But Sept.! 1. 11129 ___________ I4t.7$ I uonltn.Wttnev. by him .1'. interested In the land '* at Storks, .'lu.I., this 19th ,h.r.I.I. belonifliiK or :'

Dyal and daughter, due Starke 10:45: a. m. Kervlptx during month ______ 17.76 my hand this let day In said. bil. and herelnabove, deHcrlbed day of J"n. 1910. In any win atipertalnlnv.K. 'r! '''
1 I. w Wararntx during month _... July 1930. I IO. dead to have been' Interented A. Z. AD KINS, M
r; urlan! Lee of Graham spent Limited 191, southbound due Ual.: Oct. .1. 19:111:l ___________-_. 109.53 w. ''I In nld land, ale dealt or (S ;A'.) Circuit Judga /; ." JOIII.. . .i,
iek with her parent, Starke. 10:36: p. m. 1)ltrlt No. a Clerk of tI,.-Virrult alive and nmde said P A, trua cop: J, U KUAZ12E. \;
here Bal. Sept. t. 19211! __Un .____ 948.4S Bradford If alive I ::J.I"F ilond, the several O.V.. At.UKRMAN. Solicitor for (" : J
e MM J. W. Lewis. Mr. and Locals Northbound: Recelpta during month ._____ 71.90 Blanche Al .rman, D. C. I and r I'. devlaee, legatee Clerk Circuit l'.urt. Complainant 745181. "

j Ellerbee and daugh. No. 2. due Starke, 5:43: a. m. Wararnta. durIng month ____ 100 or grantee : such pernon, In and for Bradford County, - ______ .. f"f:
joe. Bal. Oct. I. 1929 ___ __ I lex .
? part defendant Florida.By
1001.78 to
---- -- the Raid BUI .
I Starke spent laat Sunday No. 12. due Starke. 3:05: p. m. l)l,trlrt Mo. S :OTICH OF M \HTKIfH and the complainant In ail; UJ\Nl'l ALTUtnMAN. 1....:( U. )1'I'lt O.I'I.J OP I

, r Ellerbce's Limited No. 108 due Starke Bal. Sept. 1. 1929 n_ ____ _n 182 Oil bill prayed for relief having agalnt, all b lieputy Clerk. MUM "

lib Mrs. parents 5:53: 1teeIpt. diirlMK month ___n_ 801.10 Notice I I. hereby given Ihat Persons hitting or claiming any In- 7-4-6t-S-l _ _ l _
p. .
d !Mrs\ T D. Dyal. Ual.Warrants Oct. 1 during-, month ____ 291.96 and by virtue. of that ir-rtaln leret In Mid land: NOW, THBRhl- Hereby notice I I. ,given that under "'
o Dyal and sister Marie and Wannee Branch: lash------------- 91.21 decree of foreclosure made July FORK! and by virtue of that certain float .Ai'
Lloyd _ _
fl No. 101 leaves Starke 7 : No. Bat. m.trlrt Mu. 4 A. I)., 1430. by A. Z. You and e..h of you are hereby MII.HIKF': MII.HUnder decree of forecloniire made by thaJudga )!
lulling In Graham last Sun. a. m, Sept. 1. 1H29 ____________ 241.86 kin,. 1ono.all. notified, and .
Judge of tuappear ,
I 102 Receipt.. durltiK th.Ilh o'omnl."d.d required of 2ttt h Judicial I Circuit In _ _ ,
arrives 2:40 month __ .
: p. m. dally except n cuit In for on In and. for County, In ..
lay AII.t.e.1
Wftrrrtntd during month ____ tulrt. an. .anti virtue of Ilr.Hord Jllrl.I. \
19X0 the an execu
ama )
and :Mrs. Delatha Starling Sunday. Bal. Oct. 1, 1929 ________u__ 241.86 "county ctfturi Florldl.. I hit .", 41 h day of August., 19.10. the' ion lued, Jy of lha Circuit i Court Chancery on the let day A. '. "
K. K TheIg I I" 19.1(1.* In favor of Bradford I "un. .
T. J. Griffin Klutrlrt No. of Ih.lUI' or Bradfoid ('ounty'I Slat of Flor .: 'l"'l"I.
hllilren and Mrs. Frank I agent. Overdraft plainant and Mr*. Ulllr Cone, Complaint a* amended ida, : l..n.. a corporation, and against j l
Sept. I. 1929 _u___ 19579 ow .. other, are In ngalnt you and hen and Ih.r.1 upon n certain judgment thereinentered KIlo, H. .
and sons were visiting Mr. Itecelpm during: month _____ 10.80 ,1 d" to receive and abide bv Much on the chancery aid I thereof at. defendant Alnalnl.trltor. :il
n* ,
Thomas last Sun- Warrant during month ___ 787(1( und..r..lln..I. .1'.1.1 .. ment nod decree a* said Court aliall onth. VIh day May, A. 1). 1939, ."I..r"IK".t.. "
J. B. Blue Bun Schedule to and a* Special Mauler will _ _
Overdraft In ,.
favor t t
1'1. Oct. 1. 1929 ___ 483.75 hacoimldereil In this behalf. t> HenlM Chandler I \
'1 n bidder In front of the Court And I In front of the *. door In ';
IltMrlrt .\o. 7 this I you are not lo omit complainant i its a I list i (Chandler' < 'rlth"I
Southbound Kin. ,
-9:37: a. m. 11:37a. door In Stnrke, Bradford "' upon pain Starke. Florida on of Aug-
Bat Sept. 1, 1929 .._ __ __ of I have \
___ the .iJ
I.ndlnt. "
42016 Complainant'I
upon "
W. Lewis BUI
J. andn u Florida being l>. .
: Mrs. on Monday the Fourth list A. 1930, to the highest and
and m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-: KecalptN during month ___ __ of A. I' 1930.' tlurltig taken a* confeHeil against you. following deMcilbed i land a* theproperty beat. lilililer for cash the ", I.
Sunday at Graham Warrants durltiK __ AU.I..I. IT of thn tlowlnl ,,1
spent 40 m. month IS FUHTHKR.: OUDIIRKO That defendant. King I,
p. n legal hour of ; ; dencrlheil
Ual. Oct. 1. 1929. ___ .________ a"le. for I the thin Notice Chnndlvr, mid, will Hell properly lying b..lnt
Mrs. I. W. 420.16 and of thesmumue ,
,1 ,their daughter, Northbound-4:50: a. m., 8:53a. : UlBlrlet No.. .M. of natlHfylnir skid final decree, be 01.0.. ..I'ubl..lon' at public outcrv In In nr..ttord lounly. Florida, to.wl f'I'Hp.11
Hal. Sept. 1. 1929 ______ following d..rlb..d real I entate, Iubl..h..d on. front of the I where _ ,
__ ((4)) Court Hou door
m. 1:53 107.45 week In the Dradtur,1 e In .d.
4.23 u .on..ullv. .
m. end the .
p. p. m., ing being In Bradford of the .
8:231 Itet'elptn during Starke, '..rl.r
Thomas of Starkethe month u_.. .70 Florida County Telegraph newspaper .Iurl., during the legal Southeast ., 33 .
Cecil .
. p. m. Warrant during month ____ : a hour of the 4th day of quarter ( .\i.
1 :SO and having .I. Aug.list
( first of last week here Tickets and Information atSmlth'B Ual. Oct. 1, 1929 -________--_ 108.85 ter The and Fact hal acre of NorlheaHt* on( Kant ,publ"h..d. In Bradford County general, Flor-cir A. 1>. 111:0.) term. ,cnh purchaN- I Township the',South South edga Range of Itrwdford1County 21 KatcroNMen .) 1"

( jhls cousins L. O. and John- Service Station next to Bat Sept. 1.Ulntrlrt 1929 _fto.____B ___ of Went half of Norlh..t ida.W1TNKX.S er towltiSituate paying: UI. following land, ; Ihrhw..y No. 19. said point t.
h my hand a Clerk and .
In Section ... AHO| I being a permanent referenca .'
courthouse. Kerelptn during month _____ (7. the Meal of aId lying and being In wil
Ul9.Bill Warrant acre In Norhw"1, ,' of Court thin 88thlay ford County, Florlila .. ,I..I. I and run thencaKaNterly ',_ _ _ ( 't
limes of Brooker, durlne month __n went of June, 1930. a lid I : mumul.nth, Mouth cli. of ; >
+ Ual., Oct. 1, 1929_ ________ 968 Northwest (CHAD u* Thr.. HITCN In the Southwest corner '
sunday here with her moth- Fern shipments Utrlrt N... I In Section SI"I..1 (16)). from 1O quarter nf North
beginning, 1.V. I feet to tha of Lake Lit ti.Santa ( ,
.1 Ira Bal. Sept. 1. 1929 ____ 540.84 Norlhw..t .orn. (" ,. weHt qurtrttr Hectloll 33: Township I. ,
L. Prescott. and nh Circuit Court
s. Zellwood on recent day totaled ICecelptu MHkl section and run thence ,, Fe, thwnra Waterlr) along
t Mrs. J. B. Thomas and Hal. during month ____ 140 yard, East yanln being In and for Bradford County. Hil. M..lh. Hong 32 1:1"1.: lyl'l the margin of ."ld I Dike to the Wait 1" .
Oct. WeHt .
and 212.600 ferns. I. 1929 ______ ___ !I.90 al Florida t th* Hllh.1. I of "
- - H IlaL. Oct. 1. 1929 -______u.----_ S39.94 half trip acre Two In acre width.' length. and By ULANCH1. AI.mCHMAV. W. J. KP'I'InION.: of boundary the 8.ulh..t I, North.a.t qu.rt..., 'Iu..rl.r thence f : "

KlNlrlrt No II Ale,, the SouthweKt. l>eputy Clni k. Sh.rlf Ih'adror,1 North to point of beginning, all Inthe ". '
Overdraft Sept. 1, 1929 _____ 804(1( '1"1.1 ) : ., J. I 'I\ZI':i.:.
1f'e orJ.CHOWEI. I Northeast of
____ Horelpts Warrant diirlnK during month month ____..-' 282.GO SoiuhweMt((9)) and the quarter SuntheaM of H..ton .. J..kNonvlh., I''tlln.ol 7-4-Ct-S-l."".ruty for Complalnmit. 1 I I '1Ia.rl... of'IUtrl..r Section. B.I: ,the Tuwimblu Soulheant _ _ i\t. :

I Hal. Oct. t, ___ n SoutheaHt ,1..1.1 ot 8>.cton ( < i 7, SoUth, Itanir 21 Kant: lying and :
How 1929 __ _
to PlayBRIDGE __ __ 202.10 '
DUtrlPt (8). All of ,'" being In .I. ,, being In llrmlfurd Couuly, Florida, '

lint Sept. 1, 11129 No.___"12_h-__ 103.58 chip Seven (7) South itatige MI'.:< U. "I "'I'1Ia ,0'1.1 0. I I together with' 01 with riparian right i"i'I \
(20) F.UBt. '' loa.'h" the tenement (
IterelptH dnrlnfr month ___ !ftOTIfM NII.N <
Li/k1Y Warrant during month __n__ 2 SO P E. K:1clIT. i *, !" .r.'II.m..tN and appur- \ if,

/ Ual. Oct. 1. 19211 __________.._ '' ., t.II..1 th.r"unto ..Ionllnl or la _ .
.\. 8. CRI'WI.80lcltur ; In (Ir..ul (Court Twenty-.sixth Ju Hereby not Ira I I. a I veil that under . . ..
l-lrlrt No. 13 for ,dicial livid ford and by virtue of that certain final M. ,'o .
Overdraft. Hi-pt. 1, 1929 hu.86:119( : Complainant-.. 'iHte ..(Florida. In ".(011'1)' .decree of firecl.uru. made bv time b. JOINI. ".
Aeries :92'J:30 by Receipt Warrant during month ______ 19.60 I KSSII3 ri-tlCK. JII".. of the Twenty-Hl.lh Judicial J. U HUA7.KI"I "p.elul J
during month _.__ I I"lr.1 I i In and for Bradford County Solicitor for Complainant, ih
Wynne Overdraft 4)et. 1. 1929 __ _____ 468.09 .NOTICH OF MtKTKIfM I tEllNotice vs.If. ('fJI1lo".nt. li Chuncery on the lut dnvof : II:. WILSON.* <

. Ferguson Overdraft ni-trlrt No. IS -, I.. l'IHCE. 1 July t 1 lltin.: In fnvi.r .r.I tV.'J'1'H4 JMI.'I t 1.tlltl.r, , u 7.j-M. .I. _ _ _ _!:1'l
8i-pt.! 1. 1929 801.98 , 1 .
> y- Author PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE! Receipt during month ______ 32.50 I I. hereby given that It nuiienrlna J.t..n.nt. NOTIflONotice. I- ;
Warrant lurlngr month der and by virtue of that ". by iiltldavlt appended, j itJ :,
--- to th bill In Ih.
Overdraft u.t. 1. 1R29 ______ 279.48 final decree. of foreclonura II..d above slaieiCtItlMO U given that the "t
that I1'rlce hereby following described land will ba sold
199, by Boyle, Jr. 1)1..1. July I 1>. *
f Bal. Sept. 1, 1929 ____1ft 389.20 A Z. JI" ; .Itinge 0/'ih.J6 ,a. known therein and mimed. residence I I. un. at public auction nn the FIRST MONDAY IN AL'U.( 1930, It being the 4lh .;

ARTICLE No. 28 Hff-elptM during month _un__ ___ 3.60 dicial I of twenty-ona that h* :I altrrt thereCor.urtlereii the nice day of vald month b..tor. the Coiirthoua Door at Starka In'' Bradford :'

Warrant during month _..__ 685 Ur.d'ol.d county, "'Iorldl. In that yearn; I oounty.'II ate of "'Iorld. or *o much thereof a. will ba necessary to pay 'm I'; .
> cl l the best ways to recognizeplays" term. Hal. Oct. t. 1929 _________ _n 385.95 certain cause .. W. 1'1-lce, be and hw mid la defendant H. I. the amount due for taxe vet opposite' the caine. together.. with the coat ,: bi lt ,
the first UI..I..t No. drew* I I. complainant, and hereby required of Such ala and advertising. C. A. KNIUHT, Tux line
and how to play them In the following examples IT If to to tha Mil Co tar. i. .?
discard The nut Sept. I. 1\1211\ ___..___ 8.58 John In defendant, the .. appear of complaint Teice 1' 1 !.,
I ofLnout
they come up is by a study two are simple problems. Receipt during month ._ _.._-.-. 8.NIIa".lnla ed, a* Special Mtiater, \\lll Hell r". .lvurc. filed In nald cause on or .eNrrli tlim See. T H A O truer I e.'. '"
situations. The usual onese third one is a fine example of the \\ during month _..__ 2.63 caxh to I the highest, and livnt bid. 1undlY. the 4th day of Aug. .

the forcing of discards andoiled "double squeeze", that is, when both Rat tit't. I I. 1929 __. ____ __ 14.73 In front of the Court HotiMe door tion UHt A. l 1. 1:1.: .olh..rwl... the aliena 3 aires In Nil n'or r..t 11 I Ia ,
forced discard Ill-trlrt Htaike., Brndfrird county Florida ". will be taken a* 1.3 acre In /'I\V ('ur of j
plays". The are to a winning No. IN J '
"squeeze opponents Monday the Fourth nf (Ollt..t by uld d".ntnt. I.ot U _. ___ ._ . __ T 20 '
card cards. Try skill in Overdraft Sept. 1.1929 _. .1468 67 day .. - 7 Ir.Murt Couiumty 2.U ,,
another h. : lank
K" is really only name or your ). urd.r. I h I. or.tier 10 acres l or ,
Receipt during month ._ ____ 213.02 A I 1930. during the li-mil hnl' lie \1 .t 1" II Nia .'( .
discards. When a player solving these "end plays" for they are once a week for I.ot 1 I .
.cing Warrant, during month 18.32 Hale, for I the purpoe of fuhlNh..d &1 ot Lois (1
four 0 .
cards and is forced not interesting but also most in - Auld final deriee the (" weeks In the Itrnd* S a I 7 2(1 90 I Iulmnty ' p' .
{winning to only Overdraft Oc-t. 1. 1929 _,,____1231.97 t"lowln. foul County ---J UrlMo.r U.,1 n.1 ,,, :
|d them he is thus subject to theVK" structive.The situations involved come I hereby certify; that the foregoing ,xcrlbc'd real ..NI.I. .. piiallfthed In Tviugrapim said ,' a newspaper andtnta. or ','lose N\ '" .1"Nl ;
In llradford Floililnilleglnnlng iMiunty NlC'1 '
Htatement. showing county I .re "r'
balance '
will be at the )
The good cards are forced! up constantly. Solutions givenin beginning and at the endingof the at tha-Snnihviet, 'hl.. 30th day of June, A. I> I ll>:30, l'h------------------ t d 21 111 N. n. (Or".n _____.______ 61.96 ) 1
\itta4'from his hand, hence the the next article. month herein above -tated. and of ncr. of 1. I.'. Webli'H lot on (I. W. AI.DKHM, NR H. SWi\ Hz: ;'
(Seal l) Cleric Circuit Court. o U 38 n ii. Nolan ____._.-- 31.14 ,
the receipt and Htreet thence running Went !
warrant' Imiued N' ( ot NtV.I -f
Problem No. 23'lreartsAQ during Bid month, cnrreHpotid with Madison Itr".I. 120 feet I'Solicitor JOHNS for, ( I 16 t N'f J" F T 10 fl Nolan__ ____..._ 81.24 ,m' tflt ; "
the record of my olllce, and I IN true North 105 feat to P. {'. .. Complainant. 5 8 1( 1 i-----------a 1 / )-.J.

and correct to the best. of my knowledire woi-tli' 1"1. thence End 120( fret 741.8.1'NO'i'I(14 lawn _( ___.____ U '
and belief. I al"o certify that Northwest I. <*. Webb'* S 0' nt'IW'- 1 10' Jrult.rd CuunlnlBnk .7 .,
Clubs-none the following a ll.t of all county thence ; feet to point: ; i JI< 0 I\\. .' ": +.r
1)iamonrts10, 5 |I depniltorle, showing the balance In heglnnlng,1 1rnrr the lown ; NI.1 "I'IWI ,_ .24 I U 10 J. H. )fo r. ; _.__n_ 72.1. fJr
each at the N.11'. .11 "
,10" or the month heroIn Starke.AIHO. WI ( o '
Spades-none flrt Mated and the amount of the South half of S"I .. In Circuit ( TwentySixthJmatiicigi :. a NIf: .t NYI( ':. .4

i-6S,2 Heart. K. J security furnlhed by each such dapoBltory quarter. of Southeast iiuaiter and. 4'I "I.'nlt.'mal.{ County 1":' . .,-_ - ___.___i 1 2 II lrlM.rr ounly hank 14 95 , I .
-none : Y I Club.-none and the amount of interest acre* In the SntithvaNt corner Stnte of I Florida. n.ndtord n"ery. : % 01 MW'. ._ __._ ____ I : II* ___uUu 42.93 ) tt);
g-none : A B I Viamonds-K pnld or credited during .ald month Sti(ii West iiumter of M.u t .. J. S. HALL t'h Ilf (IfMW',4 or'Iw'.t 1'r' .
by each said depomltnry on account all In Section six t NW, .I .
Spadel-K (6) Complainant, IW ul'A
i-8 Z : quarter ( :
.1 nf current dally balance or Um Also| the Went quarter of v... /SW(4( .. -nO ______. I 1 olnt '
depofflt I ; : SnuthweHt quarter of IIAI.L. J' of NF.4 .r/'IJ' -2 1 U ::1 1'. ii. Long ___) -__ __ .1.3 .qk,. ".r 1
Jlearts-3 VVItneH my hand thin Slot day ofR..ptemb..r. quarter of Section Five (6' the lefemlant.It I.I'M 6 I 54 '

Clubs-5. 4 1929. Two decrlptlon being,, In appearing by Affidavit appended - __ __--____ I U 30 Jrador,' County flank U I I, !
Diamonds- nORe A. J. OR1FFIS. Seven ((7) South, In'l to I the hill filed In the Hbie. 25 C( H U In \00,1. ,' tll

Spades- 10Ii County Superintendent ((22) Kant. style iaue that Mollle Hall the Ilwn _ __ ______ __'1 I U If traMor.1 (ounly hank 24 I H ,
]1. K. KNlrIT. defendant, therein, named I I. a ""n. Lot 3 In ".o.dlnwn .____Ii2 1 22 II 1"t.1 County Hank S .. .,:?
$ '.. r..hl.nt of the state of Florida, anil W''IWI.' 0' 11I _h__ "t. 22 al .'. Jr. . _. 1591 .. '
are trumps and Z is in the lead. how can. Y Z win all oC the tricks \OTICK A. S CRKWS.Solicitor that her reiildence I 1M unknown; that 1 "WI. .r (. _____1 6 z 21 .I ,TI.'h.Coull" hank 12.93 '\.

any defense? for Puinpliilnant. she I I'. over the age of y..n. 51:14: (Sf H.r riic'* '. & N '. 'c'-'

Problem No. 24 .VatIce I is hereby given to all peron T..5t.S0'1'1' year; It I. t h.rrur" ., .I.r.t thutHiild 3 a'reS ot $Wt4 of 5W14 : ; ,

*. having; clHlmx\ of any kind 1 or iion-reNldvnt . and "f NH''., . -.2 6 2 1 111'.. .Il'iim) Tlmoiiss - 2. ,, "it''h'NI. ,
Hearts -9 nature airalnt, the Brnflfnrd County :: KIn : she I. hereby required to appear' lotba . .f/'IW" I.
Clubs -noneDiamonda Hunk of Hlarke, Florida that unl""* bill nf: complaint for dlvur. .t N"f "1:'., 4K'4 1 >:
7 5 Much claims are preented to the the filed In ald 1 can. nn or Mon JNI\'MWI ____ ._.U 8 3 50 Mrs. I1lnt Thomas __. __ 42 6. "
Circuit Court of the day the 4th day nf AiigUMt. A. It. : .. -------2 10 11. 7.1. __ _ \ '
Spades 8 Liquidator, of said Hank within 12 ty-Sixth Judlclxl Circuit of 19.10.: otherwIse the allegation{ ofsmiiI tl. I 1'huma. a,1. _ _ : .h':"
month from the data of thl ,
notice !. "f Nlq sO
-S Hearts -none In and for Bradford County: will b* taken a* confeHedby 11 lt { J!
Cluba-8 name will be. fnrnver barred under Chancery. bil defendant.It I fl% .__ u1 e, U I Mrs. Rifle Howe _____.._ I.U _ _
-none : Y : the provlnlon of Chapter 7935 Laws NEt. of NI!1. oij\1

s-none : A D : Diamonds- K. Q. 9 of Florida. J. 1 iA Complainant HDEN. -, be I* further r i.r..1 on"'. that a week this order for Nl J4. -----------I .22 8 U I H.. M., 1111__._._____ .... I: .,

-cQj I z i : Spades-Done. You will pr..a..nt all claim, to thainderlicned v*. .. l'lbl..h.,1 In t h* Brailfoul wi4 .f NWI.. .t $Wt4 Bit I I .. ,i.
Lliiulilator at Htnrke four .n."lv. w..k. 5 _._ __ ._ O' Ii \.1'
.< ,. O. jr. HRNNETT. .t at, County Telegrnph a newspaperpui.iished N acres 4U 2 tnklown ---___ 'U.U '
Florida. :' "
Defendant <' < WI".t NJ'_ or 111
Hearts J JOS.' E. WILSON to Hefenclant. u.Votlca In ald 1930..unly and "tala I ot'rOII -.__________._23 8 2 9 :f.... hIlls: .1''l 1 '"
This July Int.
Cluba -10 Bradford
Liquidator County
Hank Notice lo IteOnilaix and Order U. W I.nFIMAN. "rUnn n4, i\i.f N1c14 it, I j : t .
Diamonds-A, J Bank. Stark. Florida. Pnbiieei.fl (OIHclal Seal) Clerk .urt 5EV. lying H 4.t Mlark. a' (. _ _ M'
Snades- none- Stark, Florida July 10, 1130. IN Til NAMK (1 THE STATE U BLANCHK ,tLDF.ItMAN, Ilddh.bur. Ubl" ro..d- _ _ .

ds are trumps ana "':.ia mine lead. now can I t. win uuce 01 tnc luut 7.1 liltO5.JOTICE : ) .I Deputy (lerk I 12.7 .___ _____U 8 f2 U J. A. howe _-__._____ I.' ,,: .
defense? TO Kach and every the JOB II11.7. WtM.IAMH, Ik. Butler, :.1i: ? NW"" ______.._._21 8 U 10 5. 1. 1..1 ________ .:: .'
j-int any. OP FIVil. n'.CII"nGFl ing named defendant, If they, Florldii: Solicitor for Compl.lnant. AiiNWiufNlflofpuu' ,- _ _ rf
Problem No. 25 anY of them ba alive and If 7.&t.I. lic 1..1 -__ ..__ __ ______ 8 Ii. K. Thoria. j _._ 15.70 _ _ ,
1 2
__ ... ... I _
Heartll-10.9 Sixty day after date hereof. on or any of I them ba dead to I uu f'l &Wiofflh...J, .1 tt!
several and ; oflit
1930I. .. WASTE1t'S IKNoflca
Clubs- naneDiamonds to-wtt. the underpinned: the 6th day admlnlntrator of Auguxt" willprenent heir, devlee.r."I', or .." a.:', NKW ____._____2* I 21 10 K. M. Thomaii __. ___ __ (7(2:

-ASpades voucher and final tee' Wm. U. AVCOCK] All NW% of HM'i'(! K of Canal j

-A. 6,3'ti to my the Honorable. G..o. account A. IPt H MAKKU: If1 by virtue IH hereby of that given certain thnt tinieranul finaiiecrt'e'made _ ___ ________2 6 22 7 Arthur-Wood ..-,______ 31.. '
| (wh"He ,
C'hrINI.n Beg. at NK of oftt2:0.t.o
Hearts cor H'i
Oardlner of Bradford
county Judge
none I and 1 ( and entered by Hon. A. Ii
-3. 30 I Y : Clubs-JIODe County, Florida. for hi* approvaland her hUHband : Mr.*R. D. '! / Adkln Judge Circuit Court ofBradford NWV run
isis- 7 A B : Diamonds, Q. 8 at the ame time will auk for ( whose nanta I I. County, on Jun. i
: C'hrINla. "Inrld& K 240 ft. N Kit(* ______
AdmlnlMtrator of
my dlcharga a* foreci- tl
-3,7,5 1 Z : Spadea-Q, 10, 9J the estate ct 3. )M. Maxwell da- and. R his wife ,JAMES her ; 30lh,.. 130. In that Bank.rtaln of Stark, acorporation |>l of beg ___ .,___f.___ 2 6 21 H. M. 'l'homae __,.._____ 1.2' I 'rtr
ceaced.This. I KINO ; ur. wh.r..ln r,."a 8 8 ir Kilt (* Original ,
"'. I. JONKS J L. KINO and I* complainant and I
learts-none 6th dnv of June, 1910 KR; *HlfJNHY; .NKtT: : A. V. Toplln and wife 1*. A. Toplln of Town of _Hlarke__ __ __In_..NKU._ __ _ _
Clubs9,7Diamonds W II. MAXWELI: Cl>TT| WASH INiTPN 1> }, defendant, 1 nndaralgned. will W MWI.r 14,15, 2 4 of .21 t 2 H. L Peek ....__.- 1414 ________
10, 9 6-$-9t-S-l. AdmlnUtratorNOTICE FIXISHY MAIIKI.I.: 1M .NLKY; .r"r for ale and will Nell. at the I 8 Orlirli.Hl Town Ilk
------- door of the (Coiirthou at
Spades K, 2 UK.L PONLRVi and *, Bradford County. Florida Starka NK of MW 4 __ .28 6 2 Bradford County Bank 417.It ,
OF FIVAt IH1CIHHOK yoltBES' ; and to .
The unknown devlnee., I.. the legal hour of ala tn WH of Ilk 6 I.lvlngNton C', . .
are no arid Z ia in the lead. low can Y Z win all of the trkTa ,aree. or grantee DAVID UO the 4th day of August, A. 1'. Truby ('0'* Sub, division \ ( ,
'lilt trumps /Sixty; day. after data hereof on LRY deceased; and to *.3 :r.the highest and bet bidder;I Ir ,,f NK'' i.f NK'!,, .__.28 6 22 T any defense? to-wlt: the 5th day of Augunt. 1930 described Lot* | 2 or K'J of Block I 113IJvlngnon. ,,.
Answer to Problem No. n I, the underilgned administratorwill tee The. or unknown. .Neockholl"re.. .: r: d*ai ln'n: Bradford Truby (.'* _ ,
present. my voucher and final rOaf PAN formerly a Hun dlvllun of ? ":' nfNM'4 L. '
Hearts-O. 8, 3Cluba account to tha Honorable George A. under .Y Lws of Florida; :: to South half I ld. Southwest quarter ----------------2* 8 I tt Ham T on ... ______ 23' t
none I riardlner. County Judge of Bradford The several and respective: Souihwt Quarter of Section 8. Lot 1 > or 1',, of Blk 34Livingston. ., ;

Diamonds -9. 5Spadesi County, Florida for lila approval band and wives 01 'aU the . I 6, Soulh, Range 22 Ea.t I Truby <*o.'. : : .' _ _
7 and at tha came time will who are herelnabova. ...- .' for the purpose fit .aUe'"- I Hub dIvision uf NH'/t of
-K. 9 Hearts-T. 7,5 ak for my discharge a. admlnltrator *- C Keraon: : : named a* defendant : Inl said d.cra... !'iHVe _ _._ --____2 0 23 Ham Tyson; -.....?.??? I I
of U. O. Byrd.4ec..aaed. .
of the astata thl* cause and the name of 7: M. JOHNS, Lotst2I456lSR Fracllot a '
K. s, 4, 3 : Y t Clubs- 1i neverally and are, .. 1..clal Master nn W silt of Blk
mode- Q : A B : Diamonds This 8th day of June. 1 JMARJORIB cept a* herein epeclflfully ( >. r:. KNlflUT an.I 1. H II ft t*>l* 7 I.

eons : Z : Spades-9, / Admlni.tratrix.CLERK'S F. BYRD.6ISt..1 . unknown! and 10Al Attorney for Complainant. Jone. .44 la It.rk. In
Demon having or claiming 7..S.8.1. of NW'/t W

10 2 In the ,.lnwln. d. n>-",. ---- -- HP1 _. ..._ __ ________21 6 II Bradford CIuntS Bank __ II.l( r.
Hearts- 4. FI.ANCIAI.! ftTATKMEXTtOCNTY 'land I < NOTH-K Lots t II 13 Kx N 10.f
ClubB Q. 9,6,2 FUND' to-wlt: "untJ. of lMt I of Blk .
Diamonds none Ka"t Half of Southeast Quarter.. In the Circuit Court of the Twen J. Jonax ... to Hiark. In ,

Spades- none Monthly financial statement. of i South wet Quarter KM cf E4* ". Judicial circuit of Florida, HKVt' ot NWi4 W of Walnut -

.. Bradford county for tha month vf HWVi>t Kat 81.1? of Northeast t and for Bradford County! In *t -f .___-_______...26 0 .J lire, F. I. Long _____ I I i
win the June, 130. ter of Southeast Quarter (KV> :. . Lot I of Silk 1 Tempiadd
momls will enable to
and Z is in! make
are trumps may Geaeral F.... NK'4! of MIof Sutlon' Two ( 1 HARDEN.Complainant.. to Starka U NKVi ofNWVi ,#1
Iea4. How can Y Z win four of thesU1" two following tricks. This play shouldbe Bal. June I. UdO __ _.__ ____22255 and ROlli Qlart.r of aOUI |>Mrt p f Wi- ofNKH
against defense? carefully noted. Don'tforce your Itecelpt during month _-.1,10.33 ..o Quarter of Southwat .. ".. .otv NK cur '
T vt.At trick one any Z should lead I partner to make embarrassing discardsif Warrant during month __ 1.30511 (/'IW' vf $WV, of MW % ). 01 .. )f. 11KNNF1TT. .t at.liefendant of 8PJ4! of NWH ______t$ e J Bradford: County Bank' (1.21
'queen> of should it be avoided. Bal. July 1. 19'10 n_____-_2.711.15Fije (*81 : In'TOVVVSHIP ,( .. All Blk 20 Temple add to
clubs. A play the I can ... KaartBal. ( IIANOK Order e>( P. ( i. <
> HorfeHare 'KOUH. ... Starke In NK(A "' NW';
.and Y should trump with the five I Also note that at the first trick. A Juna I. t30 ________ ___1050.14 THc NAME: TiE TATE OF part of Wi.., of NKH vfot :
'II1On,ls. B follow suit. At trick I refuses to play the king of clubs, Y Hxcelpt during month __ __ 7I5.K5 WHERF.A8. on the 22nd 1.1 FLORIDA NM cop vf HK'tot

21 should lead the nine of dial should discard the trey of heart Z Warrant. during month __ 795.32: April, 1930, the above named It app.arln.and the undersigned ":- --_--_---.2 4 33lrftt J. If. Rltch, Jr. -HI.17
______ plainant filed hi. duly worn Bill above styled court
____ 970.69R.
130 .t _
of hearts Bal. July 1,
thu. the deuce SIlk .
lead 2 I 1 Jone
forcing; A in the lead with should then .. Complaint In the nbove hndlng, that proc.. of Sun J. D
r. *
qU@en. On this lead Z should dis-! and again A B can. only win three Bal. June 1. 1*10 4 ______u___ '38.21Re".lpt. cause, the name being a cult to . Chancery, |..uif by the add acre to.$of tarka WVk .. ___ _.__of__23 6 ttH -. II. C. hitch 10 I _
the rleu and etabllh a* of thin Court again lb. here /
confirm .IIFlI
of clubs. At trick three, I tricks. during month -- .aln.t of .
ahould' lead of the deuceof ____ and each of you a. ,' ,. .. named domestic corpora i t"r _
lead the month
I that during NK2
the king of hearts and Y I Also note Warrant __3I 0 13 Bradford County Bank
of the Complainant the several and ----- 2
.play the queen,the otherptaycrs: hearts at trick one :annot win four Bat July I. 1130 .... ________ 23321Bal. aid ram in, the and tt.have the complainant .*,residence. and r.p."U.pi. fW' of HKV4 ._ ___.._. _33 0 40 ,ara.lor. County Hank *I', '

'I suit. If Y fails to play the I. tricks against good defense. A should Juna I Publicity. 1930 Pond_ 2I0.3J decreed to ba the . bu.ine.N of which are In the 5W14 of SR'4! __ ____ ___.35 6 23NW34OfNWV. 40 Bradford County Hank 2073 __ __ __
01 he.g at trick three A should I play the king of hearts and follow with' Receipt during month- _-u-_-_ I In fee simple and -entitled to Ih.po..lon **. .In the Stats of rlorlda. __ _.__..-_ 772* 40 Bradford County Hank 33.. _

ty with' the nine of hearts, and A B I the of diamonds. He should then Warrant during month ___ no.a2Oatn..I. of. the landS In said ... ." cannot e..rv- Lot I 17 18 If 20 of Hilt 14 _____
row queen with the nine of heart. If Y .. r..* and herelnabove.I dex-rlbad. to beca-ia tha officer and agenta of In Hampton _ ..___ .It 7 22fllk A, A. urdn ----1" '.
1In aI! follow
another heart and BaL Juna 1. 193O "1.IIG aid bill the cold Complainant ha.flied of said corporation are un- 1 Sub division of NB'4

It ,!nck. Please note this play. At 1 should play the queen of hearts on the """"Ipt. during month-_____ 17*.46 certain amendm.nL on Jun.I and that the Bherlffa of a4! of NWVi - ____..__-30 7 2 A. A. Urdn .._____ 'e _
four) should lead the nine of It30: and by ".. have varally and 2 1.1
A should lead the trey of first trICk., \ Warrant during month wh.raa reepact- Com 165 yd K of NW cur
.and Z should win the trick with hearts, B winning the trick with the Bat July I. 1110 .-_.. IU." El I. and the sold ... . returned laid writ with the of NBVi of H 1rtn -
the following named of their Inability serve on
.CIf club lead a spade whichA WWHaL -'. ._. .. t.t. tf l R 113 1-3 yd* _
P ,* Y and B should discard jack. B should now of June 1. 11341 _____ 117'6 corporation are alio *: NOW. Tft"Y.OItP W 12 1-2 7d. N 106 yd* 'y,

'CtdeL At tridc 6ve, z should lead should trump #ith the queen Receipt during month ,__ 171 46 paftle defendant to tbl. e... TO-, a cori to -_________30 7 22 3 A. A. Durdan ..
C v" of hearts which B can win for diamonds. B's jack of diamonds must. Warrant during month ___ 7.00Bat namalyl U. M IENNtT; : of Putnam County Fin* Beg at .pt 353 ft E of NW 17.1 _ _
K Iblrd and last win trick so A B will- thus win July I. 130 _________ (72.12 DONLIST! l ; and FLORIDA LAND A EMit!- cor I NKVt
trick. Note that if Z now a these .. Food KICKLITER Vf. T. LrLrciERNEHT ; H COMPANY. a corporatin. 1IfJI .
hi nine of club: at trick five Y four of the seven tricks. Note Bat lone I.grraaB 130 ____.- 170/ ."* COMPANY a Huval County Florida run W 225 I ,
lot N 225 tt't b. .,..3G T 22 A. A. Durdan
1 each ,_ 11 14))
to discard and any discard be variations cl .eiy. ReceIpts during' month __ 17645 FLRID. LL: JJMWHA- You, and of you. .. hereby f v *

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ment favoring their side of thequestion. There 'Ls no justicein pkerlsmHlg! Springs Tele- villa, could furnish 'olenty of..good en, 1930 10e per dozen
County TelegraphEstablished attractions without I marring the Lemons.
1922 ,
one man paying taxes on 'land to provide cattle owners gram. t 2. per
-0314'tltO4I -- programs' with" some- advertising 1930 2 1'-2c per po
1877 with little or no land a place to graze their stock. of Publication of Tax Male matter. The.state station was never Limes 1922 Ic pound pe,

-- --- ... ----- ------ ------- ---.-- o This question of whether or not Intended for an advertising 2c per pound POU6,'

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Tax lien certificates issued by towns'and cities on prop' a city or town can dispense with spieler for private firms- or individuals Grapefruit 192.: per
*" the publication of Its tax list in a In the city where it Is located 1930 1 l-2c per ,, *'
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. erty sold for taxes are worthless if they were not advertisedin newspaper is governed entirely by and the only advertisingthat Pineapples in i pom crate ,

S. Matthews, __nn_____________ Owner and Publisher a newspaper, a ruling to this effect bavingbeen renderedby the provisions of the city charter should be permitted by directors l-2o per 1.96 cubic r,01, ?'It;:'
according to Attorney General Da.- should be that relating to per 2.46 cubic foot '
: : the courts. It is questioned whether holders of these certificates -
J. C. Robinson ___________________n___ :Managing Editor via. If the city charter permits Jl'lorlda.-Bradford County. Telegraph Pineapples in bulk <,.
- can collect the amount they paid or the interest. Only the town to prescribe the methodof j each, 1930 1 lc each 19 :

L SUBSCRIPTION RATE I towns operating under charters specifying other methods publishing its notice of tax sale, Th( appropriation by the tax- PIlMUT Hull,

of advertising tax sales are exempt from this ruling. the town has authority to providefor payers for this station Is $41,000per Tulip, 1922 $2: OE, (
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance. such publication either by post- year, or $114 a day. yet pro- 1930 $6 per thousand thol'

Advertising Rates Application -p Ing or printing) the same in a news- grams have been traded for meal Lilly 1922 $2 ,

Bradford county and the town of Starke both met the paper. A ruling to this effect was tickets at local restaurants and 1930 $6 per thousand/ thou,
-- ---- -- --- ---- -
: -- --- - semi-annual interest charges on outstanding bonds promptlyon recently made In a south Florida sold for $8 a week. No wonder Narcissus 1922 h ,
Every Florida county expects to get the Soldiers Home. county by one of the circuit members of the legislature are sand.. 1930 $6 per P r I
July 1st. This reminds us that neither the town or the IhouHahd
court decision threatening
o judges. No supreme a thorough investigation Crocus Corms. nzt
1 1I 1ik 3)
k county have ever yet defaulted on an interest payment or on has been tendered holding to of the expenditures of state sand 1930 $2 per ))(!r
Bringing keeping cool with Cal up to date, is staying hun- thousand,
the redemption of maturing bonds. This i is as it should be. We the contrary" of the above. funds,-Gainesville Evening News. Lilly of the Valley 111111, , .
gry with Hoover.I The constitution provides tha{ The Palatka Dally News knows $2
per thousand ,1
should all to maintain this 11130
pull together good record at all ,
o cities shall carry out their tax lawson nothing of the abuse of its broadcasting ' thousand. '
I times. the principles established for privileges by WRUF. Very (>,
ik f ifi lar> Ripley says a man taking a bath in California pays 57 0- plate taxation. It may be that I few newspaper men can afford the I Unshelled*, 1922 :3 t(' l per

', the different taxes. Almost pickled.o some day the supreme court will luxury of a radio, so that they may 1930 4 1.-%" per pound I'
Hon II. S. McKenzie\ of Palatka dean of the house of
I tax sales do their \vrn, listening In. It
t feflheailj. order that since county prejsumeu. Shelled, 1922 4c ,
representatives, was re-elected in the late'primary without are required to be published in a however, that the Gainesville 1930 7c per pound, II'

_ $ dlaatabl State taxes will be 14 mills next year, a reduction' of one- opposition which shows that the people of Putnam county newspaper that the practice of News, being on the scene, is I'tHHIlUt. ",,

_ i t h fourth mill from that of last year. know a good representative when they see him. The term publishing tax vales in newspapers in position to know whereof it Unshelled. 1922 :II< pet ,,I
: p
is one of the principles, established speaks. It feels sure-Hint It would 1930 5c per pound.
$ o for which Mr. McKenzie\: was just re-elected 'will round out for state taxation, which must' be I not print so serious aTcharga with Shelled 3SSS. 6

West Florida papers are carrying full page "Four Roses" twenty-two years of service. for him. Many of his friendsover followed bv cities and towns regardless out first' being sure of its facts. 1930 lOo per pound< per p,

a1 ad\'ertisements-toilet preparations. the state would like to see him elected' J speaker of the of charter provisions, but)| If the charge is true, then some- '-e'g1itIok-s II'urlll stu

o .so far, such decision has not been thing ought to be done about it. Beans, green tft2! .
I 2'
( house at the next session. tendered. For the state of Florida to go into pound. 1930 3 l-2 ,
D Fat folks take comfort from doctors' statements that it 0- o competition with the newspapers, Peas green or < pe oou
unnpc) '
t ewJYt' to be slim. ( .omm"JlIable Ion the billboards and other advertis- 91.:
healthful for fat people
isn't per pound, 1930 3o ;
I thatli .. The corn crop is the most important factor on a farm. pe POUb', '
i ing media would be
an advance In Onions
? tIi.L o Last Tuesday Tax Assessor John 1922 1 I &. oe, ,
4 When the farmer has corn he may have bread for himself and Booth notified the board of county the direction! of socialism that Is 1930 :2! l-2c per ponno l
Titusville Star-Advocate' observes that Sunday no family, feed-to fatten his meat and to raise poultry and have commissioners that State Comp- hardly waranted by public sentiment Potatoes white ot trial,, :

longer a day of rest but a day pf wrecks. eggs. All that he must do to provide a ration that may be troller Ernest Amos had reduced For It to collect taxes from SOc per 100 pounds! I Mm, (' 15,
: newspapers--and they do taxes
the assessment against the railroad pay 100 pounds.
. o subsisted on is to plant a small garden. Despite the untoward properties in this county by -and then to spend these taxesIn Tomatoes, 1922 1'n per.\, \

ebring News comes to the conclusion that Florida's sun weather conditions this year Bradford County farmers have approxmately! ten per cent and the helping to tear down the business 1930 3c per pound

? and air have, been eclipsed by Lindy's sor and heir. fairly good corn crops. In fact, conditions here are so much board recommended to Mr. BoOth up, would they have be so laboriously built Turnips and Rutabagas, :
1Y grossly unfair.
that he reduce the assessment 12c per 100 pounds. 193o 20,
? o better than in some section where devastating storms and against all other properties In this An inveBlgatlon Is In order. And 100 pounds.

; Scientists may I poke] fun at the man who plants by the other disasters have befallen the peopl' that everyone oughtto county by the same percentage. when It is made if the politicians Peppers, 1922, 25 per m

_ _ moon" but such a farmer generally reaps his reward from the be going about with a song of thanksgiving in his heart. Mi'. Booth agreed to abide by the permit it to be made it should go valorum 1930 3c per pound
deep enough to Inform the
earth. ____._ __ __ . recommendation. to Eggplant. 1922, 25 perm!
un - as how all the
---- -- --- they
ComptrollerArao8, gave his reason money valorum 1930 3c per pound
a __- ._ the shipping of black bass.for com for the reduction on rail prop- I are providing for higher educationIs Cucumbers 1922. 25 per

Jasper News advises when in doubt about kissing a girl, From Other PerisA mercial purposes In interstate ties,, that their,earning power had the expended. so that they may have advalorum 1930 3c per' pound
I opportunity of
I comm rre.--Ocala! Star. been greatly reduced on account of forming their Squash' 1922. 25 per
about the best" thing to do is to give the girl benefit of the "0- business conditions. The board own opinions) as to just how wise valorum. 1930 2c per pound.ten

__ ___ _
--ppp- -a- i an investment they are making.
doubt. Review was unanlmousjn the opinion that Celery 1922, 25 per cent a
the same condition had hit the --0- lor urn, 1930 2c
o Congressman R. A. Green I Is the per oouml
I They met convered, these two ,
ripest this people generally as well as the rail Lettuce, 1922, 25
representative district
else Wauchula 'citizen The hq had married. How the Tariff per ceml
There's in by .
nothing a name, a woman,
has had In years.-Lake City Reporter And the be I lines and all properties should valorum 1930 2c per pound
_ iHtT_ the name of Koestline would have been publicity agent for a They' one wanted to. share alike. Cabbage; 1922, 25 per ceo:)
L I clasped hands . Affects Florida
well known railroad. ; -i.-- 0-_ Just In the way 'folks will- The action of the board and valorum, 1930 2c per pound,

I _n ___ .- !I.-- One nuisance, at least, is nationwide |I The woman lie had married : comptroller means the assessments ('011 on
1't The Bradford (Fla.) next:: year will be lower, but the The Democrat l Is indebted to With staple of 1 1-8 Inch...
( Vu;' Two new inventions attracting attention in Chicago are Telegraph last week said: "This And( the one that he loved etll1.n millage a little higher, keepingthe I United States Senator Duncan U. more, 1922. free, 1930 7c I

i her I splinter-proof glass that will turn a bullet and a machine gun rainy weather Is tough on the rumble ! In their eyes each held a question; tax rate at about the same figure Fletcher for a resume of the tariff : pound..-Tallahassee Demote,
heart wish .
a to view ,
______!I',(. 't yl firing 600 shots a minute. seat riders.-Hlllyard (Wash.) In verity the retrospection as this year. If the board had rates in the Smoot-Hawley bill as .
t. i pt) News. I not taken this action the rail lines they affect Florida and how they Bradenton loij
"If. I : First car
were I
h4 0- you or were you'Sophie ?
would have
: -o_ Jean paid considerably less compare to the 1922 act. broilers to move Irom floj
_ i Ford cars have been accused of resembling all kinds of Jax Journal pen Investigatorsays Springs Telegrapm., Irving, in High- taxes and the average citizen There has been much comment shipped from here.

- .i ,i4iiw animals and one turned turtle near Stuart the other day, according the great mass of prisoners more, next year. The"board Is to pro and con, against the tariff Winter 'Haven Herald"
- \ p- bo commended .
on Its action.Qalnesvllle measure with Democrats
4 t1 News. at Raiford are young men. Re- assailing newspaper being published|
_ *! ftodyiHCaaovt to Daily minds us of the statement of Clarence The laws of Florida provide that Evening News. It and Republicans praising it. Incidental Sebastian Fruit and \

] 0- Marrow that'' practically all the tax boUkg shall close April 0- /, Senator Fletcher and table canning plant will/ (H o/If'
That-California motorist who spanked a woman' driver prisoners were "neglected boys." let of each''ye'ar, and that on or The )'101"1"" CannlXow: Probable his colleague Senator Park Tram- by Murdock Bro In rercoielei]
before the first Monday'' in July Bucking organized opposition of mel) both voted for the J.
4c : -Lake City Gazette, measure Groves building west ut
for sideswiping his car drew a 30-day sentence in jail to forget I
the tax collector shall make settlement the worst sort, overcoming a pass- because It threw a cloak of pro-
In C what he had learned about equal rights dope. -- with the county commission ive attitude of citizens in general tection around Florida agricultural road.Lake City Construction von |

4.f d1c o Some'of the largest advertisers ers. This law Is violated every the promoters of a cross-Florida and .\nber Interests such as It $125.000 federal bulldlni

*. I in the country have been trying year with practically all of the tux canal at last see success for their has not had in the past. start at end of this
Palm Beach folks think their' section is so much like out the bill board, and year
magazine collectors of state with the sanction efforts. On April 25th, the house Without comment on the virtuesor Jasper <- Addition to -Maij
heaven that.they are advertising the Celestial Route railroadfor advertising and are now return- at Tallahassee The official bC representatives passed a bill for fallings In (the tariff bill we Bros veneer mill completed..

it. sale at the bargain price of $2.80-the amount due for ing to, the country weekly They 'violation of this law makes invalid survey. to select the most practicable nrlnt below tha- memorandum- South Jacksonville Plan.
I I)' e- 0th. taxes. have & reason, and the reason is the tax sale and the big land own- route from coast to coast. from Senator Fletcher showingthe I Ing completed for erection otlJ

that the newspaper goes nearest era know it; consequently they refuse Connecting the coasts of Florida old and new tariff rates as gar at air terminal by McMuj
.dA '
t,4y ntp p the home and the people who buy. to pay, their taxes knowing with a canal deep enough and they. affect this state: Airways Corporation.
The second prjmary cost the taxpayers of Bradford county -Perry Herald. full 'well that the state cannot en- wide enough to care for the passage Turpentine! f Avon Park Construction!!

V J *Htov ---- force Its tax.lien! and give a good of shipping Is a construction Spirits of turpentine, 1922 free, ice plant will) start soon by F]
75 cents for each vote cast. And the only ice going
o The
_, t.n. new Bantam car Is being deed to the purchaser. When everybody problems of uttermost importanceto 1930 ten cent ad valorum. Ida Public Service Co.
p tband Y YI into,the second primary in this county was that of secretary I j I shown in Jacksonville It Is the' pays their tax and expenseof Florida. The course, directionand Gum 1922 free, 1930 ten per Jacksonville Beautlllral

of state. wonder car of the age. It is eald government decreased, our' final location of this shipping cent ad valorum. work completed at Hogans C

*; : ; and will do forty miles-on a gallonof state and counties will have money channel: Is Important to some sections Rosin, 1922 free, 1930 five- per and formally dedicated

o gasoline. It probably takes no to meet alt'Obligations.Jasper of the state, but even so, cent ad valorum. Repairing South Ocean B"'
; And lest you believe Sidney J. Catts is a back number oil, costs no money and .will make News. ".'/<". choice, providing It offers the Wood tar and pitch of wood and vard between Lake Worth

- : :, $ he has slipped out the advance information that he will be a out your Income tax If desired. "_' 0Ilighiandsajounty_ greatest saving of time for traffic tar oil from wood 1922 free, 1930 Lantana started. .
They will give a car to the entire Is '
-I flV candidate for governor in 1932. lIe may be dow but evidently family with the exception of father 1 News changesthe pared relatively with the unimportant decision as to com link Ic per pound. Chlpley Work of repa
- viI ; he does not consider that a case of out. .- who can walk.-Sanford Sen spelling 'of Levy county to Florida with the great Atlantic lIIHCt'lIant'OusLumber Baptist ch-nrch edifice com pier
I wr. Thu,. tinel. Levi In telling of the drilling for 1922 free. 1930 $1 per Winter Haven will have al
Gulf and Mississippi Valley'chain ,thousand.
1', n oil in that County. If oil is discovered matfc telephone exchange In
__._ o of inland
School boards in Ffnellaa county have decided against Editor T. C. Merchant of the not only Levi but the Co which waterway., waterways Wrapper tobacco, unstemmed future.
'hens and have proven their value asa 1922. $2.10 per pound, 1930 Arcadla-T. Marlon Parker
Kellys will be there.-
employment of married women as teachers expressing the Madison Enterprise-Recorder medium of
Starke cheap transportation, $2.27 1-2 per pound chased Arcadia Dry Cleaners
________ hasn't lost his. nerve It he Telegraph.) Also the Smiths '
belief the jobs should be given to single even commerce stimulation and sectional Eggs In shell
1 j women dependent was defeated for the legislature In Jones Browna and a lot of others, develpoment. 1922 8c per doz .Bob Clftonaa ; ,

upon their own efforts for support.o the first primary. He he too.-Wauchuja Advocate. If they -;-_ -- : -- - -
says will just A cross Florida canal offers I'I--- -_-_. -pp-p;",; ;: i.p- --
: e "may be in the race again ,two bring In a producing oil many inducements: From New

A Lak'e Wales had a bathing beauty contest for men last years hence, as a candidate either the well,name we will of the allow county them to spell York' to New, Orleans a saving of OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IS
?; 4 fur representative In the Florida any way 550 miles and between $700 and
,week and after declaring the winners the three'women judges legislature or for representative In they please Bronson Journal. $900
over the peninsular circuit
_-_ o had to be revived with smelling salts. .It usually takes men the United States congress.Macdenny and Well the, If we hadn't misspelled It today involved would be saved; it MANY A MAN'S START

_ _ fS F judges of a contest a week to recover their equilibrium. Press. had not operator show d their and proof faith reader means that stormy periods would
______c{ -4 0--- our mean that Florida would becomea :
r4 cm __ n__ spelling ability a heluva lot of
When we are able people -
to reduce
_ _ NW our shipping center of no mean pro- !
- y iza4 r The/financial writers are of opinion that the country is county and city taxes, we can expect existed.would And never furthermore have found t'out It portion. In the event that Jacksonville _

_I ?k h turning the corner, and that the fall season will usher in an to see a sizeable reduction In strike oil there they might tbey be chosen eastern terminal klTI.4
ah. well
what we pay to the tax collector as and the St.
0 Mary's river
fc era of greater business activity and better times. These each year. The main Items calling spell it with( 'an "'!';-make It, St. Johns, Black Creek and Suwan-or 3
- or4d writers base their forecasts on a careful study of conditions for a high mlllage In this County standard News to speak.-Highlands'i nee rver( course be utilized the 3i

throughout the country. county are roads and schools. We I' existing channels already established i
have both and must have have --p__ J 30 mile course and natural _

: .4 -0 both and we must pay forthem.-,. One would think that a state- advantaged! can be utilized and
"It is time for women to take a stand for comfort and Starke Telegraph. And howl; But owned radio'Btatlon supported by construction costs held proportionately -

A:; convenience," says New York's health commissioner, in advising howl Not to mention what with'- state WRUF at Gainesville low.
i 3 Highlands County News. could furnish plenty of But regardless of the _
course, regardless -
_ .them to shed stockings, sleeves, corsets and long skirts. --n-_ good attractions without marring of the opposition, now

'. p111IIIt L One sure way of having your advice taken by women is to Oscar de Priest, negro congressman the programs with some advertising -' that a canal has been virtually decided -

wait until everyne is doing it. of Illinois says he Is going matter. The state station was on, those favoring progress

... o to Alabama to deliver an addressto never Intended' for an advertising for the state can sigh with, thank I ;
::2 a \tiegro organization despite spieler for private firms or Individuals fulness. Not only Is the action a
I Seminole County Sentinel, with Bob Holly, Jr., as editor, warning received to remain' away in the city where ''It Is located direct attack at obstructionists vi-: _

: is the latest addition to the Florida press. Whether Bob is signed by the "Ku Klux Klan." and the only I advertising that and a boost for progress but Itsl'1o..s ,
ft tItI If Oscar knew Alabama at welt as should be permitted by directors that la ,
progress no
ashamed of the town his paper is located in is not known, but
, t 'in$ ( some of us think we know It, be should be that relating to Florida. individual or organization and
UIt rdI after considerable searching we finally decided that the would deliver that address by remote Bradford County Telegraph. literally can be seen as a corner The hand of congratulation -

_ _ 4d newsy sheet was being issued from Sanford. control.-Eustl* Lake Re- The appropriation by taxpayers turned In the progress of Florida. is extended to

,. -o gion. There won't be any thing for thin stale* l I. 41.000 per year, -High Spring. Telegram.
_ __ I "remote" about his big foot and or $114 a day, yet programs have p.- - those who have the
4 Solicitor for a "Credit Experience Guide" worked the gas control when he itarts- teen traded for meal tickets: at local KJU!.. It True initiative to open an

_ -ft Starke three months ago and in a series of advertisementsurged out. restaurants and sold for sa a (Palatka Dally News) __ -> account and the ten

people to pay their bills promptly to avoid being listedin II week. No wonder member of the Tile Bradford County Telegraphand .
Florida needs more stringent legislature threatening! a thorough the Gainesville Evening News, acity to build it up.
the guide as "Slow Pay" or worse. For two months now laws governing the catching and Investigation of the expenditures two 01' our esteemed contemporaries Thus are careers

t ) we have been curious as to just how the company Issuing the shipping of black baa for commercial of stat* funds.-GainesvilleNews. are justifiably aroused at the created.

u "Guide" is rated.Whipping purposes. During the past The merchant got value at broadcasting of advertising I programs -
two years nearly 3.006,000 poundsof that brother. Just tblnk, If a meal over WRUF. the state-own
o this great game fish were shipped ticket or trade la merchandise! ad radio station at Gainesville.

4' of three men in ,Marion county because they out of the state to other market . could made some eel a*, bad as Here's what they say: BANK OF STARKE

:'_ impounded stock belonging to cattlemen fighting abolition *.. An effort Is being mad. by some of tho0j programs-what One would, ,think, that a state- .
the baa It Walton League to nave reciprocal advertising merchant owned radio station supported by I AN HONOR JKOLL BANK
the free has cost the cattle
range, senti-
owners any public congress pass a law prohibiting I'et'lft genluue.. ,died .In 'tba, wool 1 tat. funds, tike WRUF at Oainas- ;

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