Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Bradford County Telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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ARTHUR HICKS I State Widens Highway Body Moore Is Found Rail Assessment FOREST SURVEY WILL, BE n

USES SHOTGUNTO Baldwin Road Contracts One Guilty By Jury, Is Cut By State ;

KILL WIFE Tallahassee-July 17.-After Road Jabs Let Kentenceil to-Servo fM 1)4)'a anti On Low Earnings MADE OF BRADFORD COUNTY ?

hearing variolus
delegations from
''"y a Fine of 9;\OO -
ltachua> County Resident Surrendered counties interested in some par- Sew River Bridge (' to Officer' By ticular local road or bridge im The U 8. Forest Service thru cw
to Orlando I'lrm -- I
Cfiimty Remove IHIT,I71> Greatest Year
Its Southern Forest
Hi-other Monday provement during the afternoon ExperimentStation
Frlda '. Eleven disposed of
) cases were : Prone Tin IhMikN.Kvery .
session the state road U Aerating with tho r
Night.ialne'nville . department n
the of
during/ July term circuit
Seen For South Florida Forest Service In makinga
adjourned its
quarterly meeting
With the
award of
contracts for court up to Thursday morning county In Florida will
July 22.-\1'- late today with a number of pro- road survey of the forest land of aPe
(" and bridge projects in various leaving two cases to be disposedof have its assessed valuation lowered
thur Hicks, slajcrof his. wife posals under advisement.The .' section of the state the state during the afternoon Cecil Ha- automatically. through the Florida Fair, Bradford county The principal

., Mr'| Frances Oemeiita JiltkiloIn department voted to approve road department closed Us quarterly fuse on a charge/ of assault and granting of a 10 per cent reduction object In this study Is, to determine
the widening in Duval county the actual cost. and returns. of
Sunday earning, session
this city Friday afternoon. It buttery and Clarence Stamford,
In assessment to the railroads, \\oik I'nilerVnj' For \iiiiuii1. limber ,
r teas,, broiiifht to GaJncavUil'nlior1I.V from Jacksonville, to the _mo- was announced that each contractwas charge with pOHseas'on of Intoxicating telegraph, linen piillman and fruit Mltl.Mho", crowing ,
Three counties In Florida
I after seven o'clock nlcipal airport and widening of awarded to the lowest bidder. Jltiuor: j>'IrJ\e: trial of pun express' car owners by the stata ) were fA'chosen
state road No. 1 from Baldwin to for the project: Washington ,
and wurreoilenHlI All bids for W the entire
IIIK!( evening furnishing the department Moore occupied day The announcement has been sen Tampa, "'III. July 17 -Weeks
'ohl'rtrf.11.*, by lake. Jacksonville. Placing of a short automobile tires for six Tuesday and .the circuit courtroom county, Bradford county and
I 101 out to the tax assessors by Comptroller ahead over any preceding year, Lake The ktNM
stretch of road Florida A. county. Washington ;'
bn.ll..rVU..y. 1Heke of near months were rejected And the was packed: He was charged Amos, with the statement with plans for the 1931 South
llrwiford count, and tales Inhi'lnff and M. collage In Leon county also chairman was authorized to advertise with unlawfully selling an animal that continued decrease of earnIngs Florida Fair and laspurllla: Carnival county. study has! just been com s'plated.

,. held Incommunicado.ho was approved, as was building of for new bids. for food consumption that the of these Bradford county
on part public and with thousand of pre- central
chosen because It Is of
a bridge over Dunn's creek
!' strict In. the rule bring! on Contracts were awarded as follows died other than by slaughter, utilities has caused the lowering mium books already In circulation,
t 1 Florida and because has
state road No. 3 near Palatka. a
> ,ilid to lllcks t Hint no permit : and selling an animal which had of taxes to bo considered. justifi prospects for (the 15th annul exposition -! forest
Its In
ni | large* of land the .
The state also will take over !
died from
Project road
Itwtued" from tJeh..ltt' V2-A, 24, Osceola a pobionous substance able. .
were loom I the brightest In history -
Tht arrived
foresters In Starke
maintenance of a section of road county L. B McLeod Construction to-wlt.: arsenical solution. The I
a office today for anyone President, W. O. Hroreln stat .
In several counties where conditions yesterday and at work la .f7e
with the probably exception 22 in Orange county and a road company, of Tampa, $$95,409 ; jury returned ft verdict of guilty ed today.In I. are Jd
were already critical the Bradford
leading from the Tamlami Trailto road late afternoon and Thurs county.
project 62-D 24, Osceola Tuesday
of lawyer, to visit the cutting off of this amount ha preparation for the greatest I> E Senior Forest yy
the town of Everglades In Collier : r. A. Zelgler, !
county. L. B McLeod Conatrul'tloncompany day morning Judge Gardiner after F a
the been regarded all a serious matter number of county exhibits, work. Economist, Is in charge of the ,
Bounty department decid- trip
J.dl.WU"Y of Tampa, $279,164 ; denying motion for a new I.
Hick' home, to ed. In some the Individual assess mon are already engaged In equip- project. lie will be assisted by Mr. '
project 806-A road 25, Hendry sentenced Moore to 60 days In jail
Arthur fled after the mentshave. been cut an equal ping the buildings. Polk county gi
which It was voted to advertise forbids and of per.nntagfr1n N. U, Harding of the Florida For.
county E. F. Powers Construction pay a fine $500 and (costs
I" lnItradford count J order that the actual won the distinction of, being the est Service and Mr. W E. Bund, h 1vG
lAIng, ( - on a 20-foot:I concrete road company of West Palm and In default of payment of fine I
JQNt acrosathe' Santa Ke from Auburndale rate of taxation will remain the first to enter a representative display Forest Economist: It. R, Reynolds
to Haines
City. and
Beach 181737.74; project 708, {costs to serve an additional
the Orange llelglits- same as before In comparison\ with and wll again have one of theoutstanding and A. R. Splllers ot the U. 8.
river, on The section Is a part of state road road 11, Jefferson county, Duval four months at hard labor.
Hampton road. ,It In about No. 17. The award will be madeat that paid by the utilities that were. exhibits at the exposition Forest Service
Engineering and Contracting company The abli'prolleclI'led
caaa wa} Several other counties have
tide"city.' granted the decrease, The of region dto.pendll t
22 mites prosperity any wr
the October meeting of the
of Jacksonville, U 18,4 83-
by County Attoiney Crews and made reservations mid Indications
Funds for school purposes are wise. of its ore fysources
of IIIckM board.t'OJII'ANY. I I upon a use
The Incarceration 03 project &67 road 3 Nassau
; Col. D. K Knlfu( represented the the hardest hit In most counties are that this division of the fair Land and limber are two
of '
markdslthe conclusion oneof and Duval counties. R. C. Huffman Tin .
r defendant. 'case was a hard will establish for all
a precedent
a* the limit of mllluite is fixed and of the greatest resource of Bradford 1
the most extensive manhunts ItKTtUNH: TO Construction company of MI- fought th 3 defense
attorney no other source of revenue for the time both In number and quality ('ol1nl)'. Approximately 15
, ever staged| > by Alachua"county HTARKU ami 158027.77; project 66, road entering objections to practically Less Interference. from fruit fly
schools Is available. Action taken per> cent of the total land area is .
and<< Gainesville policeufllrrm. 5, Sarasota county Myakka river every question 'p$t to witnesses by In Alachua county wltere the assessment CKulutlons Is anticipated during used In the production of agricultural A n
Hick was located by Headquarters Company Second bridge H, C. Huffman Construction the proHe\Hor.JlI&\ few exceptions on individual holdings the next fair, making possible crop The other lands 1t1

a Ids brother ha a secret hideout Battalion 124th Inf.. returned to company of Miami, 116625. he was overruled.Dr. was cut to match the decrease Inutility greater expansion In the county should be used to produce something ?

In the IJikeAlto nwll.nls Starke Sunday after taking the an- 61; project 75, road 27. Collier J. P. Mack ITAB. veterinarian rates! tins placed the and citrus dt play departments, of value to the county The

officer were eenrrhing"Inthe nual two wleks(training at Camp county Gordon river bridge, Cen- In charge of\the cattle dipping schools In danger of holding a 'ntctlcally[ every department of rowing/ of crops of timber I IK suggested ,.
vMnit}'. Foster. Jacksonville. Reports Issued tral Station Equipment Co., of operations in tide! section) 'of 'the short term Alachua. was already the exposition will he enlarged to as the. bent method of utilising } y

HkkH. torn with emotion, stated, this year's encamp- Miami, 113938.42; project 715- state, testified being at the vat on low In the cost of school per capita make room for the ever. Incrcua on agricultural lauds. Tim. re''

l>h)tic-ally. 'weakened by his ment was one of the moat successful B. road 28, Union and Bradford Saturday, June 7th when the calf of pupil enrollment being last lag number of exhibitors. ber Is a. crop the same a* cotton d yta'Y4

lung trudge, through wood off recent years. Georgia counties. New River bridge: Flor- was hauled frOln the vat almost year $31.22 per pupil as comparedwith Just wlmt n nerul Manager P or corn except I hat the forest. requires

and, swamp. and mumbling troops are now occupying Camp ida Bridge and Construction com dead from drowning In the dip a state average of $44.07Hnulfonl "'. Ktrlmler will map out In the a longer time to reach maturity 1 t
Incoherent phruxetintn hidden Foster for their two weeka iraln- pany of Orlando $72,611.53 ; road solution and that It dIed' within a lets HU7.I7I Cut way of entertainment fuatures. has from seed. Turpentine, lies

until almost nightfall and Ing period. 20, Bay county, Marianna Lime few minutes. The carcass was The effect of the cut In this tot been determined. During) / the lumber, firewood and many other fir,

then |iluced In the county Products company $298,000, thrown on a truck belonging to county removes $47,479 worth of summer, month* representattys$ of product are forest crop\ which r'
jail. 1I" did not make any e Mr. Moore aud hauled away. An tine fair honid will scout the tart-
from lax from '
properly I the books or nmy\ be taken yearly a well {, ,
eUtc-nic-nt. which Indicated a women. He1' had a shotgun in his MRS. IIKMUKTTA': : HUTCH hour or so lut -rM'hP stated he went tho utilities operating withinBradford I set state fairs and provincial exrilblllons managed wood land ' :F uq

mot IK- for Ills Sabbath night hands ll> the Moore h+/'me and there noticed will be relieved. of paving In the United States and The co-operation of turpentineoperators'

elgl.g' Attempt to Hun Mrs Henrietta J, Blltch. 82, a freshly 'butchered' ) animal, taxes on this amount While Canada to contract for stellar lumbermen, farmers 't 1

The ditto for a preliminary Mrs Hicks'Immediately recog- widow of the lato Newton A. and while he cottUl not state It was the cut affects all county funds grandstand, and, midway amusnIntents. !- and, other lands owners I III earnestly
hosing/ for the-hlaYf'1"I had not nized Hicks and began to run In hutch died Thursday morning; 7 tine same animal
Awn" set! last night. the directlon.of her. home Mrs. o'clock, at the home of her daughter the vat, be tustifciJd' that It was district. are particularly& affected, Announcements has also been till survey A thorough study fr ia k
Jones drew off to one) side. Hicks / Mrs. H. L. Brownlea. Mrs, about: the Mama In Klzev' the assessment on the Jacksonville made that railroads In sixteen will be made of all cost and re- ? '

recount( of Fatal Hli' tlng followed Mrs. Hicks for a few BUtch had been in poor health. for L. A Meade, owner of the market (lnlne vllle A (hilt Hallway t oiilluiuHtein states will offer re- tuiiiM to determine the possibility d

Gainesville; July 21.-Driven to steps, witnesses state and called" some time and until two months where the meat was sold, ten- being cut from $18,774 to $4.filltl. I liued fares from points an far. of Brndford'county citizen growing ti4 .s
pBpcratton by domestic worries, I to her "You are going with me. ago stayed with a daughter In tried to buying the carcass from Part of thin line has been abandoned orth Washington and St. Louis timber crop for profit.
Arthur C Hicks last night shot Panic stricken, Mrs. Hicks EoLand.: Mrs. J, E. Futch, when I Mr. Moore before noon of the same which" account. for the apparent end west to New Orleans for tine I .
and fatally wounded his estrang- ,screamed and continued to run, she was brought to Starke. Funeral ;I day and of selling several cut to excpHHlve reduction period, of the fair The fair dales rt*

ed wife, Mrs. Frances Clements witnesses Maid, while Hicks followed services will be held at the customers, and of the complaint hoI'e'elved Comptroller Amos advanced as I this year ute ,Feb. :3 to 14. Green

Hlrks from whom he had been a few m'ore steps, raised Batplst church Friday morning, Sunday from one purchaser .. the reason for this decrease; In assessment . SpeaksTo
the to his shoulder aud RII'i.: ':,''. or ALL in.i"!,; I.,11'S
pirated for several months. The shotgun 10 o'clock, In charge of Dr. Hansen which resulted In him on railroad and telegraph -' Rotarians
footing ,occurred shortly after tired at the fleeing form of Mrs. of Jacksonville and the pastor making hurried calls to take up linen wall on account of the is 01( (HIT iv l'I'TITIO'liS: +

9:30: o'clock. near the corner of licks. \ Rev. G. P. Raymond. Inter meat Hold elsewhere from the carcase decrease In earnings of the com -- k', t'Fr'

East: Main South and East Arllng- Mrs Hicks fell face downward ment will follow at Crosby Lake He further testified to accompanying panies. The county tax assessor The repeal of all Sunday blue Gainesville, July 23. ,A dlHcns-
on the street and died approximately Sheriff Epperson on bows existing In Florida and legislation -
lon streets. cemetery. \\u bound by the action of the slon of benefits Florida will derl"e' -
Eye witnesses stated that Hicks three minutes later with a Five children survive Mrs. June 12th to Jacksonville where comptroller and the properties. will to prevent the passage of from the recently Inaugurated shat

shot his wife as she was running large wound In her back just below Blltch: Mrs. J. E. Futch. DeLand; they submitted ruts of the meat to be assessed according; to the figures similar lawn In the future Is being tariff bill and the possibilities es

10 escape him. Hicks fled from the shoulder blades.' Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh Lakeland; the state board of .health for analytlng. as furnished. It reir-ilns. for asked/ In petitions being circulated if Florida. securing the national w

the scene of the shooting and at Following the shooting Hicks Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Starke; Superintendent the county commissioner to deride about the state. i soldier home delivered by Congrassmun -
an early hour this morning' had ran 'across the street and J. S. Blltch of the The chemist attached to the whether the balance of the The petitions, will be presentedat It. A. "Lex" Green of

not been apprehended. disappeared in the darkness state prison, and S.. H. Mitch Rat- state board of health, when put on county property subject to taxation tins next session of the state tarke, featured the regular weekly -
Two days ago Hicks I III reportedto He was headed in the direction of ford. Active pallbearers will be: the stand, testified'' making an shall be cut to conform with legislature when that body will be meeting of the Gainesville Rotary '

hare come into the city from he municipal electric light", plant. W. J. Epperson J. F. Kltckllter.J. examination of tha'sample of meat the utility valuations,, (last thn| asked to take) steps to discard all club at the White House yesterday ? ; ,

hla home near Waldo and engagedrooms Eye witnesses to the shooting, M. Brownlee G. W Alderman, submitted and .that his. analysis valuation remain as they are or blue laws and burdensome laser. .. I noon. Presldant, W, A."BUI" .. t
at a local hotel. It is said Mr McClellan partially crippled, D:. II. B. McLendon C. F. Hoov showed the meat to be heavily Impregnated a raise made to cover the loss The movement Is In the hands Hliund prealdnd over the
that he brooded over his. separa- and Mrs. Jones were unable to er. Honorary J. W. Morgan, L. I with arsenic. Not beinga Incurred. through lowering of the ot the National nllellltt"l1 Men's session.t "

Ion and had made a number of reach the scene In time to retard W. Klckllter W. T. Weeks, L. C. physician he declined to state railroads and telegraph line*. Protective Association, and It i is Congressman Green enumerated ''

attempts to induce his wife to return licks' escape. I' Powell, A. M. Darby, Chaplain whether the meat contained sufficient According to figure furnishedTax expected) that approximately 100 Florida product which. were af- r

with: him to their home. Hicks was thought to have Plummer of the state prison. Funeral poison to cause death. Assessor Hayes, the difference 000 or more names will be signedto 4ted by the tariff and Hated the

The couple was married abouttwo reached the vicinity of the light I arrangements In charge of Defense witnesses were Mr. In valuation. for 1929 and 1930 the petitions In thin state. Oth- tax or,the Increase In tax of each r. +

years ago since which'' time plant and made his escape in an the DeWItt C, Jones Company. Moore and W. C. Loper an employee are a* follows: er petitions ask for repeal and article, lie also explained'the ad.M
they had been living on Hicks' automobile which he had secreted of Moore. Mr Moore 1929 1930 I IR. defeat of certain national blue vantage of tariff on the more important

'farm near Waldo where Hicks is there for that porpose! Police Jf.N'K GAH rO.VSfMPTlOV fied that the animal sold by tesll-I A. L. _ $379,041 $318,158 laws.W.. state products. a, ,
aId to have been a prosperous ater,found the car, but n'o trace was slaughtered for sale and J. (1. & G. __ 18.774 4.686 Henry George president of Tariff on lumber naval stores, f. w ,
''armer.' Hicks had continued to of Hicks. During June Bradford county the calf had been dipped 0.. S. A F. __ 127,152 123.81111 the National Husluess Me..'. Association vegetable. and bulks was discussed +

life on the farm with his children Many Theories .Advanced used 76.192 gallons of gasoline morning prior to) being slaughter F. G. Exp. 1,463 1,737 states that Sunday obserVance In detail by Congressman
since the separation. One theory that was advanced and 7,481 gallons ot kerosene. as ed. Loper's testimony was to the We*. Union 17.757 17,961 la a religious act, and not a Jroon. Florida producer needed i q'' t

Trind Effect Reconciliation last night shortly after the shoot-!, compared with 85,494 gallons; of etfect that ha bad hauled the car. Postal 473 473 civil duty. "The church should tariff for protection against; foreign ,

Since the estrangement, Mrs. log wan that lllcks would return gasoline and 7.445 of kerosene for caps ot the calf drowning In the Pullman _ 7.138 8,738 not Interfere In politics" continuesMr. competition the congressman 3( a 1 ;
Hicks had made her residence at to his farm near Waldo bid his the month of May according to vat to the woods where It was 0AMHHtKWM --- George, "and the state should stated, especially against Euro- "+*' .

[the Woodman Hall on East Main children by a former wife farewell, the report Issued by the Inspection dumped and that being a stranger : IlirollTKI: KHAn : refuse to sanction support, and porn and Mexican Import.
"treat, South where she maintained and then plan his escape. bureau department of agriculture. to that section could not tell definitely (:.\ '.: ) subsidize religious' obligations and Congressman Green In talking* 1

an apartment. It la reported Another theory was that Hicks For the state sales during June where he had left it. customs.. To keep the church and of the soldier home bill which

'that Hicks had made repeated efforts would select a lonely' and unfrequented Were 16,349,146 gallon of "gasoline Other cases disposed of were: unconfirmed report Thurs state separate should be the aim ecently passed both house and

to secure a reconciliation spot and there end his and 1,566,286 gallon; of. W. T.,Wallace, threatening personal day afternoon stated that Carl Andrews of every American citizen." was argued by the president stat- jl '*.!

and had been seen In the vicinity life. It was thought Thai he had kerosene as compared with 18,- violence; withdrawn upon escaped Tuesday from a eel that Florida was favored a* 1
01' the Woodman Hall several chosen the latter escape last night, 182,895 and 1,666,847 gallons, respectively payment of costs truck'carrying a load of convict '.11 IMIVH Or1 fr'LAfiMOIl: VISIT the state In which the home would f ,

limes during the day yesterday. but a diligent search of the area for May.AI'POINTKO Kajrmond Norman, reckless In the neighborhood of the KOItKHT: RXTKItlMKNTM: : : be located due to the fact that the ,
the drlrlng of automobile; plead guilty still bill originally called for its eatubIshment -. '
Mrs Hicks it is said not desiring within close proximity to -- stale prison farm and was at
to remain alone at home plant failed to dlsjclpse any : I'OHTSIAHTKKMrs. : $1 and costs large. According to the report County Agent Kneeland of nun- In this. state. The bill ?
horn'*. 149 East Arlington street County and city police last II. H. Young who has been while under Influence of liquor; jumping from the truck and after .* at th. Forest Experiment; Station hume In the 'Houth. 1

lear neighbors while her companion night were maintaining a strict serving as acting postmaster In acquitted by Jury Represented by a short search the truck continuedto ofllco on July 19 In company The second congressional dls-

Mrs. Leila Jones who also vigilance In the vicinity of Hicks Starke since the death of Mr. N. Col E. M.Johns.Claude the state prison where bloodhound with C. N. Bllbary of the. State trlct of Florida Is the logical location -

makes her residence at the Woodman farm. Other officers were making B. Hull, has received the appoint Renfroa, operating car were cured. He wall Forestry l organization.< The boys for the home. Congressman ;'

Hall, attended church ser'icea. a thorough search of the southeastern ment from the postmaster general without license tag; plead guilty; trailed to .a point near Lawtey were, on an Inspection trip of forestry Green asserted This district
sections of the city, while for a four-year term. During her $1 and costs and required to secure where he evidently had been picked work and were shown thru I ii* Jha geographical; center of tbaoutheast

While Mrs. at the a third group was patrolling highways service as acting postmaster pa- tag before using car. Represented up by a vehicle. the ,turpentine experiment and I and, I is. In near proximity ''
:'JcClellan Hicks was stated leading out of the city. trons of the once have received by Col. ,K. },{. Johns' forest thinning work which the I to reasonably large populated

that Hicks home witnesses Local police last night had excellent service and her appoint- Henry Coon and Jim Norman JtlLKI: rOH Dltr.NKKNMMM:: : local Forest Experiment: Station ItleN. .
lee Mrs. made another effort to broadcast a description of the ment will be received with universal larceny of hog .acquitted by Jury. -- luau under way In Bradford and I I International Rotary wall paid
"illusion Hicks, but was refused slayer to surrounding titles: and I satisfaction. Represented by ('01. 10:. M. John Raymond Waters and Ella Clay counties. The advantage of a tribute by Congressman Green

HCH| by Mr. McClellan. towns and were hopeful of speedy Annie Belle Thomas, petit larceny demons were arrested Sunday afternoon conservative turpentine work fire a.* he asserted that a notary
< then and
** left the vicinity TnlTKTnUK: HUH; charge withdrawn and CaN by police officers while protection, and thinning<< of overcrowded plaque wall the only civic organization -
*Wt' not teen again until Immed- A coroner's Jury was empaneled dismissed: upon payment of cost. driving< an automobile In an intoxIcated forest stand. were explained emblem placed In the hon t '

SIlr before the shooting. but It was not called on to The fire department was called Allen Thomas, possession of Intoxicating condition, and were tried In to the buys.HTF.i.i ored sanctuary the amphitheatre' f w
Jones returned from plead! guilty morning --- --- of the tomb'of the unknown sol-
church function as the assailant was out Tuesday morning to extinguish liquor,: mayor' court Monday .
\kro. services and together with known. flame around the gas tank of a I I $25 and costs. CHemon was given a sentence 'of : \<; rilU'KK'SS: dler In Arlington ,cemetery, Va.. '

:>\ Hicks departed from thef'Cltllan Mrs. Hicks was 53 years of age Ford truck on one of the side J. S. Eunice, possession of Intoxicating -I $Ii and and touts, and Water I III I near Washington
i home and'started tostrda resided In Gainesville for street In the western part? of < liquor plead not guilty. serving( a 30-day sentence on the Chicken thieve made a raid on .
block the Woodman Hall, a half and thirteen years. Two sons J. town the blaze being extinguished Found
eenth north on East Main street, over Clements and J. B. Clem- by chemicals. The fire started until Friday morning, tine of $26 and cost* night' making way with thirty fry- repair. stretch of ocean boulevard Yw'

Everett of this city and daughter from a backfire Igniting gas In when an appeal will be taken by ,,I i a i ere, according to report made to between Lake Worth Casino and
Mrs. Hicks and Mrs Jones ents survive carburetor. his attorney. Col. );. M. John Itkr(tie county officers. A section of the Lantana.
resides in Tampa, the
WoachBd the corner of East Ar- who of the De- -- Joe Cook beating board; plead Mr. and Mr. B. English, Btarke screen wire was cut out, the Mlllvllle Bay county school tt
In charge
lin6tnn Is
i and East Main streets, The body Funeral Frostproof-House* to be numbered guilty. Sentence not passed. July Hth, daughter.Mr. << thieves putting the chicken In board opened bid for buildingnew \

"ne es stat that Hicks emerged arrangement Witt C. Jones(, will announced here to secure city mall deliver W. 8. Clark drunk and dlaor- I and Mr.. Tom Harris sack and later transferring themto schoolhouse on site of burn-

(its from a clump of bushes near /." derely; plead guilty, $1 and costa.kIc : Starke July 21st son. a crate. ed ..tructare.if .
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RTHUR HICKS State Widens Highway BodyContracts i Moore Is Found Rail AssessmentIs FOREST SURVEY WILL BE '

USES SHOTGUNTO Baldwin Road One Guilty By Jury, Cut By State I'

Tallahassee July 17.-Atte Road Jabs Let Hcntrnced to Serve Ml) Days and l On Low EarningsI t:

hearing varlolus delegations from 1'jty a Fine of 9300 v l r Ml i
lutchua County Renideni Surrendered counties interested In some par- New River ContractA And (bats -
;. I Bridge '\ Allowed In ItmdfarcCount The U, S. Forest Service thru
ticular local ,
Officers road or bridge Improvement
to UyBrother nrd
Monday during the afternoon Eleven' cases were disposed of TMY DeN)..*. Station la with the a rlr
Night. session the state read department I during the July term Of circuit
Seen For South Florida Forest eJl,
adjourned its Service III making r. _
quarterly meeting With the award of contracts for court up to Thursday morning, Every county In Florida will 1
a survey of the forest' l lands of i nw
<;ineiivllle., July 22.Ar late today with a number of proposals road and bridge: projects In various leaving two cases. to be disposedof have Us assessed' ( valuation lowered Bradford The ..I 4object
tliur Hicks., slayer of Ills wife, under advisement sections of the state the state during the _afternoon Cecil 11 a.- I automatically through the Florida Fair county principal
In thU study la to determine
C1ement Hicks, The department voted to approve roSd department closed I fuse of assault and ,
:Mr' Frances Its quarterly on a charge granting of a 10 per cent reduction the actual costs and return of
in thin city Kuiiday
was brought to Galncf \UIl' ,, ,from Jacksonville to the mo- was announced that each contract charge with pOKHvos'on'' of intoxicating telegraph( lines, pullman and fruit :Mtd-\\,Inter SUow Three counties In Florida were
shortly; after seven, o'clock nlclpal airport and widening of was awarded to'the lowest bidder. ,Jlquor.'d-Th trial of Dan express'' car owners by the otata -
chosen tor the project: Wash Ion- 1 I
laM I evening nnd surrendered state road No. 1 from Baldwin to All bids for furnishing the department VV. Moore occupied the entire day The announcement has been sent Tampa Flu, July 17.--\Veeki ton county, Bradford county .amid"t

I t?, sheriff! Well, bj' ids Jacksonville.. Placing of a short automobile tires for six Tuesday( and "the circuit court out to the tax assessors by Comptroller ahead over any preceding! ,; year,. Lake county. The Washington 1, j'arcounty
lrcitlu-r Wiley Hlcka. orIIr"ltord stretch of road near Florida A. months were rejected and the room was packed: He was charged Amos" with the statement with plans. for the 1931 South has been
study just com wr
.county and today la and M. college 'In Leon county also chairman was authorized to advertise ,. with unlawfully selling an animal that continued decrease of earnings Florida Fair and GosparllU Car. pleted. Bradford county' was '
Incommunicado. was approved as was building ofa for bld... for food consumption that
Icing/ held new on the part of these public naval and with thousands. of premium chosen because, It Is typical of central -
bridge over Dunn's creek 01 Contracts were awarded follows died other than by slaughter utilities halt caused the lowering
,.,, strict la the rule being books already In circulation, Florida and because It has a ,
state road No. 3, near Palatka. and selling animal which had
Hicks Hint : an prospects for( the 15th anuul exposition -
110 -
to perniil
npiilied largo part of Us land In the forest"'
Wee issued front the The state also will take over Project 62-A road 24, Ottceola died from a poisonous substance ahle. loom the brightest In his The* foresters. arrived In Starke
maintenance of a section of road county L. B. McLeod Construction to-wit: arsenical solution. The President W, 0, Broreln
kherifr office today for anyone In several counties where conditional tory. slat yesterday and are at work In r
with the probable exception 22 in Orange county and a road company, of Tampa, $95,409: Jury returned a. verdict of guilty were already critical thecutting ed today. Bradford county.
leading from the Tamlaml Trailto project 62-D road 24 Oaceola late Tuesday afternoon! and Thursday -
In for the
of lawyers to rlult. the off of thin amount has preparation greatest Dr. K.: A. ZelKler. Senior Forest }c
the town of Everglades In Collier Judge Gardiner after ,
county L. B. McLeod Construction morning
number of
been regarded\ serious matter, county exhibits workmen
Jail. as a Economist, Is In charge< of the
Bounty the department decided. company of Tampa $279,154.81 ; denying motion for a new {trial, are already( engaged in equipping -
WUev Hlcka home, to In[ soma the Individual assessments project. Me will be assisted by Mr. '
project 808-A, road 25, Henclry sentenced Moor to 80 days In Jail the
I buildings. Polk
Arthur fled after the"Iaylnlt. pave been cut an equal percentage countywon N. R. larding of the Florida Forest
which la In Bradford county It was voted to advertise forbids county E. F,. Powers Construction and pay a fine of $500 and costs In order that the actual the distinction of, being the Service and Mr. W. E. Bond.
on a 20-foot concrete road and in default of of fine "
company, of West Palm payment first to enter representative display
a -
of taxation will remain the .
: scross'the Hanta }'erlv..r. rate Forest Economist!: It, R. Reynolds
I Just from Auburndale to Halnes City. 708 and costs to serve an additionalfour ,
Beach. 181737.74 ; project and wll again have one of the 9
the'! Orange) Height! same as before In conTpurlaou with and A, R. Spillers of the U. S.
on The section is a part of state road months at bard labor.
road. sit fa about road 11, Jefferson county Duval that paid by the utilities that were outstanding exhibits' at the exposi Forest Service
Hampton miles from this'efty.The No. 17. The award will be madeat Engineering and Contracting company The case watt abli"prose"lIfed granted the decrease tion. Several other counties have The prosperity of any region depend

22 the October meeting of the of Jacksonville $118,483- by County AttiVrney Crews and Funds. for school purposes are made reservations ulid. Indicationsare upon a wise use of Its resources '' '

incarceration of Hicks board. 03; project 67, road 3, Nassau Col. D E. KnleM represented the the hardest' hit In most countiesas that this division of the fair Land and timber are two '

marked.. the conclusion of one and Duval counties R. C. Huff- defendant Tbi'ease'*' wall a hard the limit of mlllage la fixed and will establish a precedent for all of the greatest resource of Bradford '"

of the most extensive manhunt ('OU"XIUTl'nXR: TO man Construction company of Miami fought one the "defense attorney no other source of revenue! for the time both lu number and quality county. Approximately IS yJru

ever staged by Alachua'ciii HTARKK $158,027,77; project 66, road entering' objections to practically schools. Is available. Action taken I Lena Interference from fruit fly per cent of the total land area U

my and Gainesville) police 5. Sarasota (county Myakka river every question pttt to wltnes... by In Alachua county where" the ninexament rtKiilatluna Is anticipated during lined In the production of unrlcultuial p y
ofllcora.. Hicks was located by Headquarters Company Second bridge It. C. Huffman Construction the prosecutor+u\.wlth few ex- Individual holdingswas the next fair making possible crops. The! other lands '

his brother In a secret hideout Battalion 124th Inf., returned to company of Miami, ll6.620.- reptlona he wait. overruled. : cut to match the decrease Inutility greater expansion In the county should be used to produce Home- ewk?

in the lake Alto sectionaaMeere Starke Sunday after taking the an- 61; project 76, road 27. Collier Dr. J. p. Mack,' UAS. veterinarian rates, haM placed the and citrus display departments'' thing of value to the county. Tha

were Heurthing'in nual two weeks training at Camp county Gordon river bridge... Cen- in charge of the rattle dipping schools III danger of holding a Practically every department. of growing of crops of timber In sungestod tn'

the vicinity. Foster Jacksonville. Reports Issued tral Station Equipment Co, of operations In this. section' of the short term. Alachua was already: the exposition will be enlarged to as the. beat method of uti gtamty

Hicks., torn with .emotion stated, this year's encamp- Miami. $113,938.42; project 715- state testified being at the vat on low In the cost of schools per capita >- make room for the ever! Increns Using on agricultural lands Tim-

l hReally 'weakened by his ment was one of the most successful B, road 28, Union and Bradford Saturday June '7th{ when the calf of l pupil enrollment being last lug< numb of exhibitors. ber la a crop the mime as cotton

lone. trudge, through woods oft recent years. Georgia counties New River bridge, FlorIda was. hauled from the vat almost year' S1.22 per pupil aa comparedwith Just what-Oeneral Manager P. or corn except that the forest ra-

and, swamps'', and mumbling troops: are now occupying Camp Bridge and Construction com dead from drowning in the dip a stats average of $44.07liimlforil T. Strleder will map Out In the quires a longer time to reach maturity ,,
Inciihi-rent phruws, "'.... Itid- foster for their two weekslraln- pany of Orlando $72,611.63; road notation and that It died' within a ( etc !M7,17$ Cut way of entertainment features. lias from sued Turpentine ties. t, vq

den, until almost nightfall and log period. 10, Bay county, Marianna Lime few minutes. The carcass was The effect of the cut In this not been delei'mined. I During the lumber fire wood and many other ,

then placed In the county Products company $298,000 thrown on a truck belonging to county removes $4 7.H9 worth of summer months representatives" of product are forest crops which '

jiill. Ho did not make any -- \Mr. Moore and' 'hauled 1 away. An property; from the tax books, or the fair hoard, will scout. the lamest may be taken yearly from a well e

"li'incnta' which iucllcatc niwitlve women. Ila> had a shotgun In his :MRS. 1n: nnTT.\; IIMTClt hour or so laU-r'lie, stated he went tho utllltle operating within state fairs mid provincial exilbltliina managed wood land. '

for his. Sabbath night" hands. to the Moore home and there noticed llriulford will be relieved of paving In the United Slates uiic The co-operation of turpentine

0)181, Attempt to llun Mrs Henrietta J, HI Itch. 82, ( a freshly 'butchered, animal taxes nu this amount While\ Canada 'lo contract for stellar operators, lumbermen, farmers ,

The d..te"or a, preliminary Mrs. Hicks 'immediately recognized widow of the late Newton A. and while lie could not state It was the cut atfe11iill county funds, grandstand and) midway' amu e- and, other' land owners is earnestly lf'' L t

hearing/ for the slayer had not hicks and began to run In Bllt(-h, died Thursday morning 7 the same animal/''that drowned In Cruliam: and Sampson mill-school uenU.Announcements. desired' by \the torumtera la making -

ben set last. niglit.ccciunt the direct lonof_ her home. Mra lo'dock. at the home of her daughter the vat, he. Uao.t.dd. that It wu districts are particularly' affected, : has also 1Ot'l1i; this survey A thorough study

Tones drew off to one side. hicks Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. about the same in 'size; tin assessment on the Jacksonville nude, that railroads In alxtenioiitheaslein will be made of all costs and return + +e

.\ of Fatal Khootlng followed Mrs. Hicks for a few Blltth had been in poor health for L. A. Meade owner( the market tialnanvllle &: Clulf Railway slates will offer reduced to determine the possibility' .a

Gainesville Juty 21.-Driven to steps, witnesses state and culled some time and until two months where the meat wan Mold t naif being rut from $1H,774 to $4,0.8(1( fines from points aa far of Bradford county cllliens nrown ,.
desperation by domestic worries, to her, "You are going with m(!." ago stayed with a led( to buying the carcass from Part of thin line has been abandoned north VVuMhlniclon. and St (Louis iC timber crops for profit b+ '

Irtlmr\ c Hicks last night shot Panic stricken Mrs. Hickst1creamed I IXLand, Mrs. J. E. Futch" when! Mr. Moore before. noon of the same ,', which account for the apparent and. west to New Orleans for the 0 '
(, and continued to run, she was brought to Staike. day and of Helling several cuts to excessive( reduction period of the fair. The fair' dates'

.estranged witnesses said while Hicks followed I, neral services will be held at the 'customers, and of the complaint he Comptroller Amna. advanced an,this: year !are Fttb. 3 to 14 Green Speaks'I'

lilli/ 'kg, from whom be had been a few m'ore steps, raised 'Batplst church Friday morning, received Sunday from one purchaser 1 the reason for thla decrease In usHCHnnient .
operated,(. for several months. The the shotgun to his shoulder and 10 o'clock, in charge of Dr. Han- which resulted In him on railroad and telegraph itirKAi: .: <01"> .\tt, It... K] I.AUH To Rotarians {

'1:30 o'clock. near the corner of Hicks. tOI', Rev. Ot. P. Raymond. Inter meat Hold elsewhere from the ciircuas. decrease In earnings of the com --- -
East: Main South and East Arllng- Mrs. Hicks fell face downwardon ment will follow at Crosby Lake He further testified to accompanying panies. The county( tax assessor The repeal) of all Sunday blue Gainesville July 23. A discus, ,

J'ott streets. the street and died approxl- cemetery. Sheriff Epperson on la bound by the action of the taw existing In Florida and legislation rive'

Eye witnesses stated that Hicks nately') three minutes later with a Five children survive Mra.. June 12th to Jacksonville where comptroller and the properties will to prevent the passage of.

shot his wife as she was running large wound In her back Just below Blitch: Mrs. J. E. Futch DeLand; they submitted cuts of the meat to be assessed according to the fig- similar laws In the future ls being ed tariff bill and the possibilities ,+

lia escape him. Hicks fled from the shoulder blades Mrs> T. N. Llmbaugh, Lakeland ; the state board of 'health for ana- ures as furnished. It remains for asked In petitions being circulated of Florida securing the national Jh

lihe scene of the shooting and at Following the shooting Hicks Mrs. If. L. Brownlee, Starke; Superintendent -' lyzJn the county commissioners to 'decide about the state. : soldiers home, delivered by Congressman -
an early hour this morning had ran across the street and J. S. Blitch of the The chemist attached to the whether the balance of the, The petition' will' be presented R, A. "Lex" Green of w,

not been apprehended.Two I disappeared In the darkness.He state prison, and S. H. Blitch, Ral- state board of health, when put on county property subject to, taxation ' at th6 next session of the state Uarke, featured the regular weekly *

days ago Hicks Is reportedto was headed in the direction of ford. Active pallbearers will be: the stand testified! to making an shall be rut to conform with legislature<< when that body will be meeting of the Gainesville. ) Rotary i ;

have come into the city from the municipal electric light plant. VV J. Epperson J. F. Kltckllter, examination of the'sample of meat the utility valuations that thJe asked to take steps to discard all : club at the White House yesterday w ,

Mi home near Waldo and engagedrooms Eye witnesses to 'shooting' J. M. Brownlee O. W. Alderman submitted and that bin analysis valuations remain as they are. or, blue laws and burdensome taxes., noon. President W. A., i"4}

at a local hotel. It Is said Mr. McClellan partially crippled, D.'. II. B. McLendon C. F. Hoov- showed the meat to be heavily Impregnated a raise, made to cover the loss' The movement Is In the hands I 'BUI" Shunda presided over the ,

that he brooded over his separa- 'and Mrs Jones were unable to el'. Honorary. J. W. Morgan L. with arsenic Not beinga incurred through lowering of the of the National Huslneus Men'sProtective session. L'

ion and bad made a number of reach the scene in time to retard W. KIckllter W. T. Weeks L. C. physician he declined to state railroads and telegraph IIn... Association and It Is Congressman Green numerated
Hicks' whether the meat contained sufficient expected that approximately 100 Florida product which were affected
attempts to induce his wife to return escape.Hicks Powell A. M. Darby Chaplain According to figures furnished
with: him to their home. was thought to have Plummer of the state prison. Funeral -: poison to cause! death. Tax Assessor Hayes the difference 000 or more names will be signedto by the tariff and listed the a tt'" "

The couple was married about reached the vicinity of the light arrangements In charge of Defense witnesses were Mr. In valuations for 1929 and 1930 the petition In thla state, Oth- tax or,the Increase In tax of each ':
'' Moore and W. C. Loper an em- er petitions ask for repeal and article. He also explained the ad-'r a
two years ago since which' time plant and made his escape In an the DeWitt C. Jones Company. .are as follows: |
they) had been living on Hicks' automobile which he had secreted ployee of Moore. Mr. Moore testified 1929 1930 defeat of certain national blue vantage of tariff on the more Important a ? ;y

rUm near Waldo where Hicks is i there for that porpose! Police JL'.NK G.-\'" rOVNt'MI'TlOV that the animal sold by him 8. A L. __ $379,041 $348,168 laws tat. product
old to have been a prosperous later found the car but n'o trace was slaughtered for sale and that J. O. & O. __ 18,774 4.686\ W Henry (George president of Tariff on lumber naval stores. )w f ,

rmer. Hicks had continued to 01 Hicks. During. June Bradford county the calf had been dipped that O., S. A; F. _- 127,162 122.6D6 the National Dunluea Me...'. Association vegetables and bulk was discuss- u''

fire on the farm with hla children .: Many Theories Advniired used 76.192 .gallons of gasoline morning prior to. being slaughtered. F. G, Exp 1,463 1,737 states that Sunday observance nd In detail by Congressman
since the separation. One theory that 'was advanced and 7,481 gallons of kerosene as Loper's testimony was to the Wes. Union ,17,767 17,961' is a religious. act, and not a Green, Florida producers needed 1'': h,+;

Trim Effect ReconciliationSince last night shortly after the shooing -, compared with 86,494! gallons of effect that he had hauled the carcass Postal ___ 473 473 civil duty.. "The church should tariff for protection against forslgn '

the estrangement Mrs. i was that Hicks would return gasoline and 7,445 of kerosene for of the calf drowning In the Pullman 7,238 8,738 not Interfere In politics",continue competition the congressman< +rM1, "i

Hcks had made her residence at ''to hla farm near Waldo, bid his the month of May according to vat. to the woods where It was S i Mr. George, "and the state should stated, especially. against European "

he Woodman Hall on East Main 'children by a former wife farewell the report Issued by the inspection dumped and that being a stranger, UHIC.IUJ'onT"H: '' : : ')01. refuse to sanction support, and and Mexican Imports. ,

'feet' South where she maintained and then plan his escape. bureau, department of agriculture.For to that section could not tell definitely . .: ('CAI'KI subsidize religious obligations and Congressman Green In talking ; .
an apartment. It Is reported Another theory was that Hicks the state sales during June where he had left it. .. customs) To keep the church and of the soldier home bill which ?
Other cases dJsponed of were: unconfirmed report Thursday state separate should be the aim recently passed both house and ;
An 4
that Hicks had made repeated ef- I would select a lonely' and unfre- were 16,249,146 gallons of gasoline -
orta to secure a reconciliation I uented spot and there end his and 1,556,286 gallons of W, .T..,.Wallace' threatening per- afternoon stated that Carl Andrews of every American. citizen. was signed by the president, matKi J

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the Woodman Hall several chosen the latter escape last night 182,895 and 1,666,847 gallons re- payment of costs. truck 'carrying a load of convict. he state In which the home would
I Norman reckless of the, FXI'EItiy1EN'INCounty : : located' due to the fact that the '
of the Raymond /11the neighborhood
limes during the day yesterday. but a diligent search area spectlvely. for May
Mr8. Hicks; it Is said not de- within close proximity to the power -- I driving of automobile; plead guilty state prison farm and was still at bill originally called for its. eitabUhment ,l

Wng to remain alone at home plant failed to dlaclgse any AI'I'OIoiT"J: ) l'OHTl\I.\HT.n: $1 and costs. large. According to the report Agent Kneeland of Dun In this state The bill
Claud Renfroe, operating car into a bay after nell, with 25 4-11[ boys were visitors wan later changed to locate the
had ,, evidence of suicide. Andrews ran
visited McClellan
the L. R. .
ions' 149 East Arlington street I County and city police last Mrs. H. H. Young who has been while under Influence of liquor; jumping from the truck and aftera at the Forest Experiment: Station home In the feouth.
lear night were maintaining a strict serving as acting postmaster In acquitted. by jury. Represented by short search the truck continuedto office on July 19 In company The second congressional district -
neighbors while her companIon with C. N. Bllbary of the State of Florida i III the logical location -
Mrs. Leila Jones who also vigilance In the vicinity of Hicks Starke since the death of Mr. N. Col. E. M. Johns. the state prison where blood-
ashes her Woodman farm. Other officers were making B. Hull has received the appoint I Claude Ren f roe, operating car bounds were secured. He was Forestry organization The boys for the home. Congressman iA,
residence at the -
were on an Inspection. trip of forestry Oreen asserted This districtslhe
without license tag plead guilty;
general to point near Lawtey
Hall attended church ser- a ,thorough search of the southeastern ment from the postmaster a
Ilcel. sections of the city while for a four-year term. During her $1 and costs and required to secure where he evidently had been picked work and were shown thru geographical center of the }-
tag before using car. Represented vehicle. the ,turpentine experiment and southeast and IN'III near proximity -
While Mrs. at the a third group was patrolling high service as acting postmaster, patrons : up by a
Hicks was forest thinning work which the to reasonably large populated
"Clellan ways leading out of the city. of the office have received by Col. E.: M. Johns.Henry .
home witnesses stated Coon and Jim Norman J.UI.KII: Flit Ulil'NKFNNFMM: : local )Forest Experiment Station itles. .
that Local police last night had excellent service and her appoint- ,
Hicks "
made another effort to has under way In Bradford and International )Rotary was paid "r
of bog acquitted by Jury. -
with universal larceny ; -
let! Mrs broadcast a description of the ment will be received
Hicks, but was refusedkrmfssion I titles and I satisfaction. Represented by Col. E. M. Johns. Raymond Waters and EliseClemons Clay counties. The advantage of a tribute by Congressman Green
surrounding :
by Mr. McClellan. 'slayer to ) Annie Bell Thomas, petit larceny were arrested Sunday afternoon ronservatlve turpentine work, fire a'. he asserted that a Rotary 'I'
Rich of speedy
then left the vicinity and towns and were hopeful TRICK CATCHrM: ..'..n.: charge withdrawn and cane by 'pollee officers, while protection and thinning. of overcrowded plaque was the only civic organization
wall not seen again until immed- apprehension. dismissed upon payment of costs. driving an automobile In an Intox- forest stand. were explained emblem placed In the hon- 4 $.

lately) before the shooting A coroner's Jury was empaneled I : called Allen Thomas possession of Intoxicating icated condition and were tried In to the boys.HTKAI.INU red sanctuary the amphitheatre r
}Ira but it was not called on to The fire department' was
Jones returned from morning --------- of the tomb'of the unknown sol it
extinguish liquor plead guilty, mayor's court Monday
church services with unction, as the assailant was out Tuesday I : ('HI'ItFNM I<< : ,
and Va.
together the tank of $25 and cost demons was given a sentence'of Her In Arlington (cemetery 1
Wr flames' around gas
I ; Hleks departed from the1'tltUan Mrs. Hicks was 63 years of age : Ford truck on one of the side J. 8. Eunice, possession of Intoxicating $5 and and costs, and Waters Is I I near Washington ; 1 a.
home and : started to- part of liquor; plead not guilty. serving a 30-day sentence on the Chicken thieves! made a raid on r
for the western
block,riU the, Woodman Hall. a half and resided in Two J. greets the blaze being extinguished Found guilty by Jury' Sentence streets In preference to paying al JOlt Trub,'. henhouse Friday State Highway Department wilt V
north on East Main street over thirteen years. B.sons Clements chemicals. The fire started deferred until Friday morning, fine of $26 and costs. night< making way with thirty fryem repair .stretch of ocean boulevard r Nbetween
South' and J. by
Everett made to Lake Worth Casino and
In when an appeal will be taken by according to report (
As MM. Hicks) and Mrs Jones of this city and daughter from a backfire Igniting gas his attorney Col. F:. M. Johns. HlrtliM. county officers. A section of the Lantana //s

Jw*fhed the corner of East Ar- who resides In Tampa survive. the carburetor._ Joe Cook besting board; plead Mr. and Mrs. B. English Starke screen wire was cut out, the Mlllvllle -- Bay county school r;.

ctOt1 and East Main streets, The body is In charge of Funeralarrao&emeo1 the Dec Froltproof-House.- to-be numbered guilty. Sentence not passed.W. July 18th, daughter thieves putting the chicken In board opened bid*' for building

vitneeses state that Hicks emerg-; Witt C. Jones company. city mall deliver 8. Clark drunk, and dlnor- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris sacks and later transferring themto new schoolhouse on site of burned -
th be announced here to secure
lha from a clump of bushes near /.' derely; plead guilty, $1 and coats. < gtarke July fist, son. a erale. structure a aNf"

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of general departments was 110.' was $5.500.483; and the per cap. day afternoon. -

: I .1 r 61, and in 1917, $3.83. The Interest ita levy, $3.96. In 1927 the per Mrs. Eunice Box of Barto. J

,1 FARM NEWS SECTION hINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I I on debt In 1928 amountedto capita levy was $4.42, and In 1917 the guest of Mr. and Mr, C S
$558,435 ; and outlays :?:r permanent $3.17. Wynn for several days "''I
Weekly from Home I>cmont Miss Hazel
improvements $13,049.742. .- \ Turner j IK \
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ration.KfM.MIOK. AlCf'nt. The total payments, there- her uncle and aunt, Mr 1 nt
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Conducted By fore, for operation and maintenance -, Required HelpIn J. E. Dowlng: Jr., in Santo, r, '
t / : ItfoJI.I-H: : of general departments interest Mr.: and Mrs. O. Tomllnso
ItltKAKINO I'l* ImI InH: : . And Out Bed an ji
--,- and outlays were $29,523- children were business.
T. D. KICKENBAKEK, County Agent visit ,
About this time ('alaiou1sVh'kle| (t4nP1)) 960. Of this amount $420,600 Starke Saturday afternoon I,I
I MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent every year. represents payments by a state department Mr. and Mrs.
when the summer heat sets in, the Soak one and one-half pounds "I visited health resorts all over C.-E. Andre( ,BJ
:- -A' hens: of most any laying flock are of rind for three hours In limewater or enterprise to anotheron the country but It was not until baby attended church ,'I |

110 CilMZINH TKHT likely to go broody. One factor ((2 ounces of lime to one account of services. The to- I took Sargon that I ever got any ,Butler Thursday night .ak.I

tr (' Thursday Aug. 14 TO HIIOXV V/U.CK; 01'IHKFKIIKNT In maintaining high egg production gallon of water) Drain, and tals include all payments for the !Mrs. B. F. Henfroo nt ..,,.
I l 1 : ; fltOI'H during the sprIng and sum soak In fresh water for one hour. year whether made from current dren of Fort Myers, who bay, 9t

Named Dairy Day mer months Is to break up broody Make syrup by boiling together revenues or from the proceeds of visiting relatives and frieno,< 'a.
_ hens one quart.ot water and one pint of bond issues.Of turned home Monday ,
Gainesville Fla. What are us quickly as possible after mgj (flf
3 At Farmers'Veek the best and cheapest feeds for.tut they become broody. Sugar, add well-drained rind and the govern mental costs reported was accompanied home tj, hl'f

toning early spring pigs HO as to This Is vitally important for two cook rapidly for thirty minutes.: above $13,430,196 was for daughter, !Mrs. It. J, Turnei IIbo
i i -------, put them on the fall market In reasons. In. the first place, If they Allow to stand over night. Next highways $2,181,936 being for will spend a few days with ,er
; 'r Gainesville Fla. The meeting good condition The I Experiment are allowed to sit on fertile eggs morning add one cupful sugar, one maintenance and $11,264,259 for Mrs. Eunice Box and Miss lit.,
'i of the State Dairymen's Assocla for few hours cupful vinegar, and spicebag! (one I construction.The dred Kenfroe visited
Station wants to know, and It Isl even a the germs our IChool
... .
tlor. and a special dairy program
- cinnamon receipts
1acu, I going to let the pigs answer the win develop wnirli is one cause ot tablespoonful each of revenue were Monday.
I f will be feature of the Farmers question. heavy loss In marketing eggs from cloves, andallspice, and one half $2,6,616,939, or $19.16 per cap a -

_4 : I Week program for ThurMday, August An experiment Is now being con- farm.. In the second place, the tablespoonful of maee.) Cook un- ita. This was $10,142,721 more The State! Dairymen's AB
.14, at the College of Agrl ducted by Dr. A. L. Shealy, headof longer a broody hen is allowed toisit til rind Is transparent (about one than the total payments of the tlon will held Its annual meeti'tlland

I culture. the animal husbandry department on the nest, the longer it requires hour). Cool and pack In small year,, exclusive of the payments v election of officers "hllr
'. The Dairymen's AaHociatlon will Jars. Cover with t the strained Deluding those for permanent( ,, dar
In which eight pigs are be- to get her back Into laying syrup -s morning August 1., during .
hold Its meeting at 9:30: tlit| arm -
ing fed corn and Ash meal 10 tol. condition, and consequently the and process. Improvements, but.2907021 less ers' Week at Gainesville '
t morning.: at which tlme reports of KIlM-itn:: '('adl rirkfo than the total payments 'Including
( and-compared with pigs an varIous greater the IONS In egg production.As --t' -
committees will be heard and the
grazing crops. Each lot con- soon as a hen In observed to remain Use 5 Ibs. pegfcd l |peaches 2 hose for permanent Improve- ;.t Tho State Council ,)r .. ,,wi
for the coming
election of officers
tame two acres and eight pigs on the next at night, she Ibs. sugar, 1 qt, vinegar, 1 tablespoon ments. Of the total revenue receipts .. : ... Home Demonstration Worn
Love and wm
will be held. J, P.
1L1I; 'j' year Ralph W. Scott, both of, have been or will he turned onto : should be removed and placed in a whole cloves (crushed) 1 $420,600 represents receipts t\r-r; hold its annual meeting \\'-dne,.
and each two acres. The lots containthe broody coop, where she can be stick cinnamon, and 1-2 cupful hot from a state department or ." day August 13, at Fa r men-, W. k
see, are the retiring president -
_ folowlng crops: Chufas!!; peanuts properly fed and watered. The water. enterprise on account of services. ; - -
As oclat1Dn.At .
Lb; F rci& secretary of the L. II. Neel editor of alone; peanuts and corn; broody coop should have a circulate Wash and peel the peaches and Property and special taxes rep- / Jacksonville Beach
10:15: r e.
L Southern Agricultural 4wlll dU- corn alone; one acre sweet potatO from beneath and thus tend drop them Into a cold salt water resented 22.1 per cent of the total 4ea' ., r boardwalk dedicated and ,'pencil.
and to the hen from The I bath revenue for 1928, 20.9 percent
e ( one acre peanuts. Kuch keep sitting. (one tablespoonful salt to .
the In build.
$ CUHS the place agriculture dairying In the lot contains a small shade for the body will be kept cooler and the one quart water) immediately to I for 1927, and 66 percent for 1917. I 1IKH. IIKRTKAM: : II. NTK.\I>:M.\V\ -
r 1 .South.Ing a permanent protection of the pigs during the hen will get over her: broodiness: I prevent discoloration. Put sugar The Increase in the amount of HEADACHEREUEVED !

The afternoon session will hot port of the day. While confined in the coop, she into preserving kettle with hot property and special taxes collected real relief from a rheumatic condition -
_ open The chufas and sweet potatoesare should be fed and watered regularly water boll and skim. Add vinegar was 142.5 percent from 1917to in my joints that became so
1:20 with! talks on dairy experiments -
-at being carried on by the Exp a little late this year, and will in order that she may get I ".and spices (tied In cheesecloth 1927* and 2.9 per cent from bad I had to be helped up from : CARTE C This. QUiCKLY
_ .rimant Station. This will be followed not be ready for grazing until back Into laying condition as bag), Heat and skim again. Drain 1927 to 1928. The per Capita my chair and !in and out of bed. Purely V..eI." n

: by a discussion of disease about the middle of August. However quickly as possible.Of peaches well, drop Into boiling syrup property and special taxes were My stomach .was also badly disor J"LLa""" digestive quickJr corrects disturb.ances I11e.
t fl.j, control work being conducted by the pigs have been turned course the old rule that an and cook until you can pierce $4.24 in 1928, $4.27 In 1927, and dered. Sargon ended all my stom- TTS HLJ removeatheiD.

: the State Live Stock Sanitary Into the other lots. ounce of prevention Is worth a with straw. -Allow peaches to $2.58 in 1917..Earnings ach troubles and rheumatic pains teaUnal poisons, and sick headadu
Hoard. D.'. Shealy plans to market the pound> of cure holds good In the stand and pump' In syrup over ot general departments and now I get about as good as 1 I quickly disappears. Your whole iji.,

At 2 o'clock: Roland Turner shoats about September first, and the case of broodiness as well as night. Pack In sterilized jars; or compensation tor services could before 'my troubles began. tern enjoyi a tonic etfectj constipj.ti .
agricultural for the In addition to finding out what anything else. Broodiness Is nesting for twenty minutes. rendered bY' state officials, "Sargon Pills rid my system of on vanishes,and renewed
general agent
I Southern Railway will speak on rops product the most pork,"he something that can be bred out of For fancy pack of peaches afresh represented 7.7 per cent of the total poisons and regulated me without vigor.they Avoid bromides and dope,

I programs of farm dairying. In the wants to learn the value of the dlf- a strain of birds by a good JI tteath& : Southeast. The results of a dairy ferent crops In pounlls'bf pork pro- el', just as winter pause Is bred strain over the 'fruit, This givesa for 1927 and 10.4 per cent. for Bertram B. Steadman, 1612 Wal- pkgiCARTER'S
( qu1cU survey In Florida will then be given duced. The experiment will run Out, and persistency of lay, Intensity much clear j# product. The 1917. nut St., Jacksonville, Cauova Pharmacy : USIPIIX5

followed by a discussion of foxfive years of which this Is the of lay, and early maturity, fresh fruit should be cooked at Business and non-business licenses agents.

Er marketing milk. Pasture talks first.,, are bred in. Breeders cull broody 222 degrees Fahrenheit. Old syrup constituted 66.4 percent of Every Woman Knows

% : and visits will close the program. hen on sight. It the broody bird may be used tor cooking more,I the total revenue for 1928. 67,7 Every woman knows how easy it b I
can be caught the first night and pickles. I percent for 1927. and 17.4 per NEW to burn or scald herself while working
ARMY WORM: IIOIJDK be put Immediately Into the Swwt Spl'C4I' FlICK cent for 1917, RIVER in her home. Every woman knows thai
MAY n"AI.I'J'J\n NFLItFIRST. I WltUF FARM PROGRAM broody coop for 24 or 48 hours, I Use 5 qts. of figs 1 qt. of water I i Receipts from business licenses Mine. R...le Stiff, Cor. these burns and scalds are painful and |

OP" AIXHWC L "The'oke of Florida"Gainesville they will usually be over it and 1 pt. of sugar, / lpt. of vinegar, 1 consist chiefly of taxes exacted sometimes very: slow to heaL Every'
should know that the
yi ; get back into lay promptly How- qt. of sugar, 1 tablespon of whole I I from insurance and other Incorporated Rev. Butler filled his regular burns woman and scalds will be quickly pain!re-1 c.

Gainesville. Fla. Althoughthe Fla. Following ever If they go broody 2 or threeor cloves 1 teaspoon of allsplcle 1 ( companies and of sale tax appointment at Long Bridge hewed, infection positively prevented !

obwi multitude of army worm is the farm program'to be put on four days before being broken teaspoon of mace and 2 table on gasoline, while those from non- church Sunday morning and eve- and speedy healing assured if Liquid I IBorosone

mMr which a short while ago were do- the air over WRUF during the up they will go off feed, which spoons or 1 stick cinnamon. business licenses comprise chiefly ning. I IS instantly applied. Gill 11
_ jug damage to lawns, meadows week beginning July 28, as announced results In partial or full moult, : Prepare figs In the same man- taxes on motor vehicles and Mrs. F. A. Andrews and grandson bottle of Liquid Dorozone and keep 11
ith, and pastures In many' parts of by the Agricultural Extension which in turn will keep the birds ner a -for fig preserves, I. e.. cook amounts paid for hunting and fishIng Mr. Guy Andrews' were trans bandy in your medicine cabinet.Sold[7 j

L ,1 van Florida are not generally In evidence Service off lay all the way from six weeksto five quarts of figs until tender In privileges. The sales tax on acting business in Starke Satur- Canova Pharmacy.

1 lIeed brood will be causing another Sat., July 26 Farm News three months. about a 30 degree syrup, allow- gasoline amounted to 9.233881
'!r In 1928 and $8.816,791 in 1927. __ ,____ ,
ing of -
and rumpus pretty soon. and Hints. Features at Farmers' one quart water to each .e - p-
4. Prof. J. n, Watson, entomologist Week. U. S. Farm Science Snap- I HHOt'I.I) UK JU .UY pint of sugar an increase ot .,7 percent.
y : wei at the Experiment Station says shots. TO TRY N'KW: IUKAH When fig become tender. add There was no net indebtedness Say it with Flowers COFFINS & CASKETS

i JndyCsnov that the worms are the larvae or Mon., July 28 Cotton Harvesting one quart of sugar one pint of (funded 'or fixed debt less sink- And a Foil Line otUndertakers'
__ ___ ... ___
caterpillars of a moth. After a and Marketing-Dr. W. A. The old Idea that "this Is the vinegar, one tablespoonful of cinnamon ing less sinking fund assets) on p ---- p __S p

short period of voracious feeding, Carver Outline of Farmers' way my grandfather and father one tablespoonful mace June 30, 1928. In 1927 there was Flowers For All Supplies
ik,4 they enter the ground to pupate Week Farm Crops Program. Bill farmed and this Is 'the way I am cook until figs are clear and trans no net debt and In 1917 the per AUTOMOBILE HEARS!\

and later emerge as adult moths. and Abe. going to farm," Is rapidly passing parent.Allow them to stand in capita net debt was '068. Al- OccasionsGERTRUDE Alw. '. .. H.... The tort.
Eggs laid by these moths will likely Tues., July 29 Pumpkin among farmers of the United this syrup over night. On the following though the state had no founded .rrvle* at th. 10..... prlrt*.
hatch along towards the last of Bugs In Crotalarla Prof. J. R. States. Most of us realize that morning pack the fruit Into debt at the close of the fiscal year ... --- ... _p-___.. Special. attention to Irlrcrapk

: t :. July, and by the first of Augustthe Watson. Outline of Farmers'Week methods of farming as well as jars, cover with syrup and pro- 1928, there was a contingent or GODBEY ..rdoraREG'STEUED

i ''yie young worms which have Citrus and Small Fruit Pro- methods of conducting other kindsof cess pint Jars in a water-bath for special assessment debt of $10- EMBALMER
hatched from the eggs will be business have changed and fifteen minutes at boiling or thirty 250000. This was Incurerd In the ANDERSON DEWITI' C. JONES

o1ht feeding. gram.Wed... July 30 Some Ancient changed a lot In recent years.If minutes at 180 degrees F. Interest of the Everglades drain-
The army worms are subject to Egyptian and Old Testament we Insist on hanging on to old (simmering.) age project. As an offset to this Phone 39 Waldo Fla BTAItKE. FLORIDA
wholesale attacks by Indebtedness there -__------_- -aao._--9
parasites Plants
-Harold Mowry Outlineof Ideas, what good does It do us for are sinking
: .ct which may keep the next brood: Farmers' Week Home Econom- the business of agriculture to STATISTICS OK OOVKRXMKNTOP : : fund assets amounting to $134-

W&e'iiv? from being of any consequence. ics Program. Bill and Abe. make progress T What good does J"IOltl01&) 102M 373.The

However Mr. Watson says that it I Thurs.. July 31 Late Results It do us to have an Experiment assessed valuation of prop-
would be well for
_ L: lookout for the pests again about Grass Tests G. E. Rltchey problems, If we won't use the solutions Washington announces a summary lorem taxation was $727,821,318; A
three or four weeks after the first Outline of Farmers' Week Beekeepers after they are found? of the financial statistics of the the amount of state taxes levied OctagotiPremium

.D. infestation. Meadow grasses, cotton Program. The farmers who are makingthe state of Florida for the fiscal year -
2 corn peanuts and sweet potatoes Fri., August 1 Farm Work best successes are the ones ending June 30, 1928. The per

1t should be observed. During August-J. Francis Cooper. who are keeping right up to the ,I capita figures for 1928 are based OVER WOIIED?
.& .i.frn j pdr If the worms reappear, they Dill and Abe., Farm Question minute in development. While on an estimated population of 1- -
should be poisoned with lead or Box. plenty of similar Illustrations [ 389000. These statistics were NERVES

4 h calcium arsenate dust one poundto e) could be found in, Florida. I hap- compiled by W. L., Fraleigh, care A-4

_ four or five of hydrated lime, Governor Doyle E. Carlton will pen to be thinking now of a letter I state comptroller . only IQO coup]
or with a poison bait made of one speak at Farmers' Week (Galnes I received( from an Arkansas The 1'ayments for operation and

,, _____ pound of pane +
:i (( PlIriii nixed with .25 pound of bran and ten on nice stationery with the of Florida amounted to 1 White-

: 4i' moistened with water. Cooperative marketing will be name of the farm and ita pro- 115,915.783,' or $11.46 per cap -

. discussed on Thursday afternoon prietors printed on It, this letter ita. This Includes $2,598,152 apportionments Enamel -
: Lakeland, Clean up campaign August 14, during Farmer Weekat said: for education to the

ntarted. here., Gainesville. "The pamphlet about Crotalarla minor civil divisions of the state. Dishpanza

- -- ---- ._--- In 1927, the comparative'
i b4 received. I thank you very much per capita -
Gp.e for It. While I am just a plain for operation and maintenance qt. eaparity

94} Iorthft dg.ifl --and the Worst is Yet to Come farmer I try everything new 1 I

; ran get that might do well here.
t tat
_ . F We have Giant Beggarweed that 41 I :
II' reseed itself and St. Lucie grass. ,

__ / Both came from Florida. We also

I va.V have Angelton grass from Texas. , y. -" '.

,' hdlb. It Is tender for thin climate, but U P TO your ears in worfc -1J
I hope In a few years to have ,lt every nerve at high tension.
acclimated. No wonder you snap at the wile --'- _
"Last fall we sowed Monantha and bark at the children.
i'1kt7 vetch but It was sown late and "Shof Watch out! Overworkednerves NEVER h.". .... been eble to ,
lead to saver*of coupons from To get this premium, must bnat
to you
the cold killed It. On our farm unrisei may Sleeplessness Octmgon So.p Product, a boar pre. _ _ _ _
we have In small quantities Nervous Headache Nervous mium then this round white enemel least. -1
never -
,. ,. ,
Indigestion and a bout of dub-put. Th .uall.1a olid white _ _
ji I crops tbt t are not grown other unpleasant disturbances. except for blue bead ed,.lo.. II 10 Coupons
I. of the heary entrael kind that
generally In this area. such as car- Why don't Dr. Miles' you'd good tram
1 .. you try par a price for.To
: pet grass, subterranean % centipede grass; St. Lucie grass ......" .. rent. Bioreuul ky Ire el eav9nHMe /. me Just one in a half glass of your troctr for "Deacon' ever? _ _
: i !: angleton grass, and Ladlno white .... .. water makes a pleasant, spark time KOurinB bur leandrr cleanser ooOP.toilet iota OAP J
kapimaMl yeof Likeyee'd drink :
? clover. ab .. line delightfully soothing soap for the wash b .m. tioucing Powder
mmie yew ranle.t .0..for the chips for
to yourwaiJter.
"I will be glad to let you know ... (MlbUlly ., l .drq..t bueraaMweejeW nerves.'o.. Lou Th.,6,,. oo MM
II yea had IN yew Iniupe Dr. Miles' Nervine is now yon can secure uus fine d.b-p.u, I
next fall what the proIt..
kWI does, Usw enn fee e sleeie day. made In two forms-Liquid and vided you have. .. I Irait 10 coupon from HHV of I
i A as I will surely plant some." Effervescent Tablet. Both have torn Octacon: Soap Powder.Notet tin Octagon Soap '' S
.... .
Iz -hupM Produttt tbotint
yww w'- edtlse
!: V yeeifully the name soothing- effect. Octagon- Toilet Soap Con.poo -
_ t .... k_ ,... freMUoa) ea> Hi Itleui.lilting .
: According to the American .. ...... -ala u, ,- --. $1.00 at your drug store co...*...have..two double on thi value 011".-.each one

July Danker indications:Association are that Journal"better for FREE I SeedIer fO", ln. catalogniitmt. tunJnJi of.,h". fit Oetago !P\\

times" should begin to come In a HAROLD C. WALL AJdrta Octagon Pnmim",,11 D*,a.i l., if Sutt3t. Stress Jtntj City. >in/' j 1
few months. -

The typical hen usually lays the STARKE. FLORIDA I '

_ se greatest numbor of eggs the first, __ ___ ____. ____ c _. _ 'I ,
or pullet, year then drops off 1StOURINI _. '
about 15 or 20 percent each succeeding -- :
yepr. ; yi3 -

-I /J1/A We can charge
To pack silk dresses In a trawl- YES 8 HRS

lug bag, p.ut crushed tissue In the, I
folds and In the sleeve to prevent STORAGE BATTERY In .1.1I Present sW.75

wrinkles. j I coupons to agent below on Ar before DEC. 31, L'

New Smyrna -- Dredging op-1 i

eratlons started on site of Smyrna ) Smith's Starke Bradford County Fanners Supply Co.
hn Yacht club Garage
4- -- -- where I2S.OOO club- j/

jl house will be erected. i Fla.? STARKE, FLORIDA

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEMaGlULPn. RT.\RKJIJ.! nOUIDA .- -- .- .- ._..._ ..J A t
loco -
a1 lp+t. JULY ai. . ___.___ ._' _.___n ,_.___ .-- ----------- -- -- - I THAI HCHKUfXK '
---- the Baptist -
--- ------ --- Sunday school at ,
were instituted tended wY
foreign shores. Sale of the picturesque second degree charge which resulted junction proceedings church last Sunday morning. -
the death of Franklin following an announcement schedule changes: : 12:01 a.
\ craft was reported today from had Kev. Moore of Hawthorne was a Our )
the other raider The that the state board of control Sunday April! 20th and train
F. W Gardiner R Patterson m.,
by the owner Capt. visitor here last Saturday. 5
of Florida in Short ParagraphsLIVESTATE with the Florida
News the purchasers being the NestIndies charge!: was dropped on motion of 'signed a Miss Muriel Johnson hall returned will run as follows:
I W E. Roebuck Power Corporation to supply Loral No. 1. southbound due r
Amusement Enterprise Cor- County Solicitor current to her home here after an outIng -

poration. The Drees Is to be tow- Moncure and Patterson were kill- university with electric Beach Starke 11:11: p. m. ,
at Daytona aM
and Moore when they went to The corporation rate Is said. to be andchildren Local No. 11, southbound dust.
ed around to the East Coast ed by Mrs Theodore Sparkman

\1 there repaired and made over at tils home recently armed witha"daytime" lower than that of the city.IIAMPTON , who have been visiting: Starke. 11:13: a. m. ,
southbound .
, [ a cost of around $16,000, according search warrant. It friends and relatives here returned Limited No. 107

to Capt. Gardiner. From there waa proven at the trial that It was to their home at Hrantord last due Starke 10:45 a. m. x
raid waa Limited 191 southbound due
1 the steamer is to be taken to the after nightfall'before Monday.
Bahamas to be fitted up for use i started. MlM Ails NIMMO. 'or. Miss Mary Lee Wynn, who is In Starke 10:38: p. m. j sJy
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES as a resort ship. training In St. Augustine; hospital Locals ::1t '
a. jn.
} No. 2. due Starke, :

-1 11 _,_ .... ..... _. L Tallahassee Approximately Is 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brown havea la spending!: her vacation with her No. 12, due Starke. 3:05 p. m. Mt
rTalllpe.Exporta- Sebrlng-William R. Carver million feet of cypress lumber new daughter who arrived July parents Mr and Mrs. L A Wynn Limited No. 108, due Starke

from the port beach here The fish tore a large convicted of murdering his wife being salvaged from the channelof MIsH Julia Maxwell of Savannah 5:53: m.Starke as, ,<
J for May amounted to area of flesh from the boy's leg. must remain in Jail pending appeal the St. Marks river at St. 18th.F. T. Williams, who has been who has been visiting/; her : and Wannee Branch: t

-07963. ment at local hlspital after he court under an order handed sawmill operating at that place Friday.Mr. i
1 a big last
1929. Line and Georgia Southern railroad to her home 102: arrives 2:40:\ ( p. m. dally except
may ot was rescued by friends and was down by Judge W. J, Barker to- was shut down and later abandoned. -' to relieve the local ageut J. and Mrs. Bowie of KusltM Sunday. ,I wtvI ,

Tampa-Plane for estahllsh- taken to the hospital In his home day. Carver's counsel contendedthat Hundreds of great cypress N. Kutledge/ during: his summer vlnlted Mrs. 'O. Haynes and Mrs T. J. Orimn, agent. ,yl lt0.

freight steamship city this morning. The wound was since the Jury which convicted logs which have been laying submerged vacation returned to his home at H f,[. Faver last Sunday. -

Of direct said to be painful but not serious. him had recommended mercy- In the river since that time Me Ever of
ment Tampa and Boston Wildwood this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. lUuo nun. H 'tir' between I which automatically carries a life brought to the surface of rM/
Inervtce -- are now being Graham were dinner guests; Southbound-0:37 a. m., 11:37
are announced. sentence-Carver was entitled to and will be sawed Into boards. M. L. 'Vatll'raon was shoppingIn and family "'
L. Watterson 6:37 m., 11-:
Palatka Victor Appleby 13- Jacksonville this week Mr M a. in., 4:07: p. m.. : p.
bull pending the final outcome of The logs, as sound as ever have
year-old newsboy still aloft Inttt' Sunday
strictly agricultural was 40 m.
QuincY for Gadsden a tops the list tonight in his quest for tree-sit his case In the higher court. The been purchased by E. C. Stans- Miss Mary Penrce of Starke via- Mrs. Annie Johns of Jacksonville Northbound p. :: 110 a. m., 8:53 vgar

:n+ county, court held otherwise and an- bury of Soprhoppy. Workmen Ited her grandparents Mr. and the guest of Mrs Johns'son 4.23 p.m8:23
counties with a het Increase ting endurance honors. Victor was a. m., 1:53: p. m., i"n*
lot Florida of was approaching the mythical rec- nounced sentence would not be have rigged;/ up a big winch for Mrs O. llnynea last Sunday. I.. A. Johns through; week
the last ten years .p.
I during until after the defense has, timbers out Miss Pauline Geiger who has
passed' dragging/ the heavy information at
ord as he passed his second day in Tickets and
| 6,.!5 9 persons.Pensacola the mulberry tree. lie has been had opportunity to appeal to the, on to dry laud and trucks will cart been visiting/ here for several endItev. Norrls will! fill his regular l Smith's Service Station next t;) r:
court for a writ of habeas Tallahassee to be weeks returned to her home last Bap- cif
made comfortable by pillows and : supreme them away to appointment t at the Hampton courthouse.
Arrangements have I seeking Carver's release ont lumber. Thus a hazardto Saturday.; morning
made Into Sunday
corpus next
lint church -4>--
has been strapped In so he may i -
completed for a steamship bond.t navigation being removed at Mr. and Mrs. O I*. Harrison and
> and evening. C, L.
been sleep without falling out. A refueling : Arcadia Engineer:
and railroad hook-up that will vigil beneathhis the same time that profit is realized daughters, Misses Edna, Elnor anil Mesdames C. It. May anti M. K. boundaries k .
minimum of 600,000 tons crews First grapefruit of from what may have other- Caroline and Mrs. Josephine Sullivan accompanied by Mr. Richard, Cravens staking out
a Tampa May
move perch, sending aloft food as o
coal annually throughthe material. attended revival services at this for short stretch ot road to
ot Alabama needed. the present season appeared on wise been wasted !May were shopping In
Hawthorn Baptist church last built short distance east of city
< port of i I the markets here today the fruit the week .. electrical unit at 44
being of Jlne size, fully colored Gainesville--The state supreme' 'Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs L J. Wynn had as Starke New

Lake City The board of Jacksonville The establish- and of good weight. The fruit churl at Tallahassee today set I Rev F. M. Taylor pastor of the week-end guests\ !Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Intel power plant started test run. u

after workIng ment of Intermediate landing Lee county for the hear- Graham Baptist church Is conductIng of Arcaula. -- l.If
commissioners came from groves in July 29 as the date Mobley and son '
county budget madea !fields so as to reduce the average weeks ahead of Involving; the a series of meetings there this bins Kldred UunruQ I of ;1\\'
over a tentative and Is about six ing of an appeal case M., and ; '
distance between them from 35
for county mlllage of 12 1-2 the usual season. For the last two city of Gainesville and the Florida week. Gainesville were visiting here last HEADACHERELIEVED 1'
levy to 25 miles Is one of the first un- who has been
Miss Vera Kelley '
here. This\ is the lowest figure or three months the only citrus Power Corporation in which the Sunday ,: ) .
mills dertakings to receive the attentionof Muriel Johnson, t <
of Miss\
for Columbia county mlllage fruit on Tampa markets has come city seeks to prohibit the corporation the guest Miss Emma Joe Sullivan Is visiting QUICKLY .r

assessed in many years. the recently established State from local cold storage ware- from furl Rhlng the Univer- returned to her home at Ocala last her grandmother, Mm. Josephine [ TUiP.r47v.ftt.U4ra. t 'L-r:1.", t.' :
Aviation Bureau of the Florida, : '
houses, prices reaching as high as sity of Florida; with electric: current Monday. ,Sullivan.'! quickly correct tlxI j.",
State Chamber of Commerce according MtSweeneyand ulster. - : ; "'"';
FredD. 1' :'
Opalocka Farmera of Opa- 90 cents a dozen for oranges and City Attorney I digestive dhtulltance& ,

Incensed to find that to Frank Redd Sarasota $1.05 a dozen for grapefruit. The Bryant appeared before the higher Miss Marlon Jones who have been American National ,removes th Intestinal .h'
locka were Chairman. This work will begin their aunts, Mrs. Wm. C. Winter! Haven headache tt..III! /"
stol at 10 seek the hearing\ visiting poisons and side:
to State
posts, fruit today court today First
their fence with fields along commercial air new crop Kummerer and Mrs. Ayers of Philadelphia Hank purchased Your whole system v' ;;;,
been used to fire a still) cents each for the largest sizes Circuit Judge A. V. Long on July quickldisaprean. 1''"
en bad routes now In use and gradually Pa. returned to their I Dank building ) enjoys a tonic effect: eonitipsv J s;
gallons capacity. A sher and three for a quarter for the 17 granted the corporation a motion About 100 citrus w. .
150 Orlando feel.renewed
of entire Sunday They re- tloa vanishes,and
extended to cover the state obtained home here last you
force put the still out of business smaller fruit to dissolve an Injunction I In Orange county ordered Avid bromide ))d
Iff a growers vigor.
It is understood. trip hatmfa4'
Gainesville port a pleasant
complaint. by the city of crotalarla seed and ';
their of
on of Theremta VIn- 23,000: pounds they aN depressing ;(
--' Charged St. Petersburg-Two Detroit restraining the construction of A. L,. Sullivan Josephine and planted them on 4,200 acresi All Druggists 25c and 75e Nd pq. \t<,;'
with Mrs.
Tampa-In 1929 Florida pro- Tallahassee youths E. Pollman and W Ulrich power lines selling and supplying tied his mother according to K. C. Moore county EH PILLS ; *1g'
misfeasance malfeasance drunkenness Sullivan this CARTER'S
duced 82 percent of the country'soutput were recsued by coast guard patrol electric current within the corporate at agent _ """
of phosphate rock reportsthe incompetency and neglectof boats about sixteen miles off limits ot the city. The In- David! Moore!\ of Theressa i - ."" .
duty. Sheriff D. L. McLaughlin '
of commerce. TheFlorida Clearwater In the Gulf of Mexico 'jI'At ;

department product showed an increase of Hendry county today was Sunday after having drifted in a .:;;,.....

of eight percent in" quan removed from office by Governor' fourteen foot sail boat for two t THIS -

Doyle E. Carlton. Robert Han It, w r
and seven percent In value days without food or water. I ;
tity cock of Clewlston, was named by tonight. The
learned here t\\
1928. was
over the governor to succeed the ousted
boya l left Detroit In April for a .

Hollywood Plans are under officer. Aside from expressing the seven years' cruise around the p

for the beginning of construction hope that the sheriff's removal world, they said. The plucky !I :
way might "clear up a bad situation In .
a new water plant for the youths, after being towed to Clear-
city of Hollywood which will be Hendry declined county to,"comment.Governor' Carlton water and fed announced they SATURDAYTHE 1- .J '. I v ,.'

started in the near future. It was will take oft again HOOD on the 1I

announced by Mayor II. H. Pring- next leg of their trip, their Immed- I \ ;" ,

the regular meeting of the I Tampa-Kelly Holton of Orlando iate destination being South America. ...
le at was freed In federal court here I21''I't' \'

city commission. today of charges of defrauding the ( /:: ::: S : ."
-- :
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SL Augustine-. M. McElvy : government by padding pay rolls West Palm Beach Geo. Moore ". :: t -a ... __rti
I for clean-up work in the Mediterranean \ ;;"
shell fish free of all charges '
and N D. Lloyd, deputy tonight was x I. :'t:1i:
fummlHsioners are here for the fruit fly eradication cam. growing out of the fatal shooting,/; \. .t... :I ,'s.-r : 1161km was tm6 of the men r .
pU'lg '', '
purpose of protecting shrimp in who signed affidavits last winter of two federal prohibition agents I ':'. '. u.. 4 1 : Yws
these waters, and preventing vio- who attempted to raid his homeIn S :

lation of the laws during the closed that eradication workers had deliberately search of liquor\ Moore wasrecently 1 S t "., r".t.tI .
in clean P :
planted a j,
season Operators of thirteen acquitted on a charge( .f' I .. ;'
groves to continue In the job*. The for the '"' .'
murder ,
boats have been found of second degree -"
government attempted to prove one of .. ... 1"'IfN.,.ieP''
six Moncure ..
the law in Volusla county, and kills' \g of R K : .J""' .I, '- ,.

In ft Johns courtly' it Is stated. that several names on notion's payroll the agents. Today Criminal JudgeA ; '" '
fc-! c\\
for clean-up work were G. Hartrldge nolle pressed the I

tltI all II. but Judge Alexander Ak- .... "'.. .
a 1
Following .
Perry _.:.. '
held that the evidence was \ \
transaction which was made at Adults Contract Children'sDiseases ,. *" J I

Montlcello. the Florida Power and insufficient. .' rt.

Light Company and the Consumers Columbia county Adults e\n. and do contract many 6 ror Pt
Lake City
Water Company have entered children's duenses. And usually, they ;: : :
for clues today C
authorities sought -
than .
firms took much moro
thin territory. The two suffer from them : "
over the business of the Taylor in the mysterious slaying of Bill children do. For instance many adults:! , '" . ".... I vAS ) Ay ,
One will Rogers 55-year old filling station contract worms, an ailment usually Ji f I
company. -
County Power will proprietor as a coroner's jury was associated with children. Sometime.: '

produce power and the other summoned to Investigate the they suffer'mtensciy and take expen- \ BUICK
supply.' reali \
handle Perry's water death. Rogers was shot to death sive medical treatments, without of their ; "
the cause .S-
that worms are ,
Pensacola-Judge F. B. Carter,, Saturday night as he sat In the troubles. Yet the symptoms are tho : '.

for Eacambla lunch room he operated In connec- same as ia children Ions of appetito : '

county attorney lease for a tion with the filling station at Columbia and weight,grinding the teeth and restless /. BUILDS IT ,
submitted a
county Springs near/here. Two Bleep, itching of the nose and anus', I
Rosa Island
one-mile tract of Santa automobileand and abdominal pains. And, the samo 1 kM1
to the board of county com men drove up In an medicine that surely and harmlessly expels -
Is to be immediately after stopping from childrenwill /
missioners. This lease round and pin worms
offered David O. True and F. P one of them fired a shot gun thrua do the same for nuuiuj- White'8 TRANSMISSION {

Blair, of Chicago, who plan to screen the forehead.discharge striking lie fell Cream Vermifuge,which you coo get at WITH 'NEW SYNCRO-MESH ,
Rogers'In the
establish one of the largest amusement Canova Pharmacy.

the south on the over dead.
plants r
Jacksonville -- Four Jacksonville r FOUR . ,
Jacksonville's' boys were up a tree today 4

Jacksonville heeded the call of "sitting EIGHT
terminal having STRAIGHT
municipal VALVE-IN-HEAD
landed one of the most attractive youth" from various sections of' PRICED ,
and Billy
the country. Charles
in their
of business
Ernest E. An. Davidson went.aloft In a weeping ( '
City willow In their back yard early

dera. In charge received of the word docks from and last night prepared to set a tree ? Tst
International 'sitting record. They are attiredIn hifr 'f
Chicago that the have raincoats $102'
has agreed to bathing suits, but .J
Harvester Company
they tire of 4
along in case
Rend all of Its mammoth export 1 absorbing precipitation that might :. r, o, 11. FLINT MICH. I

trade to South America through Stuart "took V! ROM ;
come along. Jasper .

the port of" Jacksonville-Rice Creek bridge oft"section later In of the the evening city while In Junior another >, . Millions will throng Buick..showlast year's six! A big, roomy Buick . ::"r v.',.. ,) 1

Palakta-"rhe '
Road No.. Smith aided by his younger for this Eight priced so low that everyone
north of here on State \ his second day on rooms this Saturday : .

presence 3, opened of to city traffic, county today and In road the his brother perch today heading local aspirants -. / '. "Smile Saturday will mark the introduc- who can afford any car above the I t ,

department officials. The bridgereplaces sitter for thetitle \ at the lion of Buick's four new series very lowest price group can afford

the old structure which 't. Ache automobile! '

was the first steel bridge in this -The coroner's Jury of Valve-in-Ilead Straight Eights this finer )
Lake City-

county Hyburn built state In 1899.senate Col.nominee S. J. Impaneled W. to L.Inquire Farris Into alias the W.slaying L.- L Ordinary- painshead- and carries this added thrill Buick, two-to-one leader J in fine *1I"1<. ... ./. ,..t*l.'
from this county was the principals of death muscu- who have long invites to ruse /..wr __M..e Tw.o4la.r {
Rogers, who was shot to ache and neuralgia for thousands car sales, cordially you
dedicatory exercises ,. /*.. "lff..I"I' I j u
eaker at the of TUl *
Saturday night at his place In lar pains, functional pains, aspired to Buick ownership. and drive these four new series tmfflt,film,_ ."' ..tff-iti/lmt<4r* f*"/I

business at Columbia Springs the headache and congested see .....,.....t."J1HJ.u... ., Ie'.H.I ,

Wauchuta Hardee county's the southern here end today of at Columbia the request feeling of a cold In the One of fluid's Jour new series of of Eights-featuring new Valve-in- tin MY. Built II."" wttk ./.*'I/M UMjfrJSEE >I>

county, met they .r..Mmb.t..a/Lwrfo.'o
for the quickly t
fruit and vegetable crop J. R. Kel- head-how brother Engines, new
brought of States Attorney when take a eights, equipped like ill Head Straight Eight_
1929.30 shipping season meet again August disappear you 1 \
to .
It.637.357.17, according to ship- ly, adjourned two ofD12.MILES' Vahe-in-llead Syncro-Mesh Transmissions, J e
by the 26. Nothing has been learn- tablet or with masterly new y I + ;,

plug records furnished ed as to the cause of the aasassl- and Insulated Bodies by Fisher ,,,
Inited States department of agriculture Straight Eight Engines newInsulated new /'
state's attorney
the i'i'i
and natlon but after I
at Washington D. C., Inc. i had consulted with witnessesIt (J ir-11lint Bodies by Fisher lists at and other memorable improvements ITDRIVE ,

the Railway, Express Agency necessary to continue -I' /

Mora than 1700 carloads of fruit this was taking deemed of testimony officials low as $lO25-the lowest price at . On display Saturday, S ''l1
and vegetables rolled out extending stated.TampaThe. Dr. Miles' Asptr-MInt Is thnew ralt'e' in llead Straight July 26th.
county* during the season stable mint-flavored tablet ubicb any { -
from September 1929 thru river steamer that Is making people all over bat been offered( Buick Motor Company Flint, Mich IT ,
Ache" ever
sldewbeeler, country "Smile at the Eight .. '
May, 1930.( Harry G. Drees old the D.'C'c.Buick ,*rttMM 1 J

belonging to the Mississippi 15e and 2Se: at your drag store less than .
formerly for $200
Smith, A Eight ,
Miami Beach -- Archer Ohio River Steamship '. : Dealers '
and T"
I r' At All Buick
today Y'J
14, was In Homestead hospital which has been tied up wi BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
following injury last night Company the riverfront here for some 01- ",,-JR,' M '" WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BCItT I i I -. ",. ..,.

whe'1he was attacked by a large on U to leave Tampa for 1 . - .
barracuda while swimming at the year, soon I I taltro ,


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Gathering At. Big Audience ( singer putting! over his song In his ,I This Man's Dream Conies True to the Tune of $3,OOOoOO

own peculiarity pleasng! manner.

?' V cj JacksonvillePeaceful Views ArtistsA lie thus proved that an announcer ,I

can also provide dual role It

One thus called upon.
house the
capacity greeted
Distinctly the hits'of the entire

Jlr" : IIXW.\,'.wuaa S appearance last night of Florida's evening were those two radio colored . '.

Ht l state radio station artists when boys "Bud and Easy" who
t it P PkX
: Mr and Mrs. L. O. Hemingway I'otni I hi I tee Mi-mlwrn From ( :lounlliH through the courtesy of Claude brought down tbe house over their)

announce the engagement/ / and <* Hl" -<-t<'il lo Si-rv ears when they endeavored, to explain -
Lee manager of the Florida! theatre -
approaching marriage of their Fort Two Y.tir.11 the intricacies of a piano)

daughter the radio artists' were present- Lean and lanky "Bud" all: dressedup

;; Laura Lee ed In person to 1600 patrons. In a white. uniform. was a clever .
to Jacksonville. July 18.- Il -orgunlnntlon James Leonard nutsch WRL'K' foil for his partner "Easy'-'

; ''I Mr One A. Wiggins.! of the state Democratic stuff announcer presided as mauler whose sombgr!: garb was In direct
of ceremonies, Introducing! to i
j This to be nil event ot August executive I I committee wits perfectedat contrast to the comedy he furnished -
both seen and unseen audience the
6. 1939.J ( a committee meeting here today when fed laugh making cue after
I various artists as they appeared !
I marked with harmony and cue by the Inimitable black I I
I pin to members to make 1 Floridaa !betore and over the mike. Deafening face "cullard" artist Pans who

J P.UITV }'OR IUtllIl'.I'U''T: : ; 100 per cent "unadulterated" upplaime attested the popu- have frequently wondered Just I O.&rnCDPlC 01' c.. 5VC r CO4. % i C + 4 4

I democracy. larity of the favorites of the air I how Bud and Easy look were still .
;t. Mrs.! ]P. O. Hemingway enter- H. II. Wells of Chlply wa reelected as they were heard In the particular kept guessing as the pals of the IAfr1
I: tallied '\'ednellday'nrternoJ1I with number that has provided ,
chairman of the slate commltteo radio disguised; In black face gaveno
?Sf 0 I:r a party for her niece Mls Laura and George W. McCrory amusement wnUP fans. With cue of their every day countenances. -

.I : 'the't i I Lee Hemingway, at which time her Sanford, was renamed, secretary. the poise of a-veteran night club .
[ L and marriage ceremony master Butgrh moved,
engagement; approaching The to
brought, a
r Both will serve for the next two program was
; ;) feel: } to Mr. One Wiggins/ was years. the performance forward with astonishing grand finale by tbe Gator Collegians -

heat : announced. The marriage will euse, the program "go- who
Committee members (oem 63.of concluded the WRUF
J ,. take place on AugHHt Oth. ing over" without a single hitch I -
''dl8a tho 67 counties also were namedto entertainment by playing the Or- ...- -
?: The porch: where the guests to mar the pleasure of the eve and Clue the entire audience
:4 f tabIi! serve for the next two yeDI'II.The ange ,
: nlntf.
: the brightly :
Kpent afternoon was
other four counties were not joining In. to sine: -am Impromptu)
'I, decorated with old-fOMhlon gardeo represented at today's meeting.One A band' number, by Canova's chorus over the radl9-

: flowers in 1 pleasing arrangements.; of the outstanding features Harmony Six, the popular dance Jimmy Shackl ford. secretary of
i ; MlHHps BunDle Canova I Frances and radIo!' orchestra opened the II1t F
4H'L of the( session was the adoption ofa the Florida Radio Service asBoclton. -
and Martlle Hemingway program! the musical organization
resolution expressing! the ('ommlltem's ; manipulated the remote control -
:. serve'd a refreHhlng salad, receiving great ovation from the
1k desire that a Democratic operations throughout the entire -
L crowded house. Next followed I ) :
course to the following, guests:
convention, for the sola purpose vroll'ram.--Jalne8vllle! Sun,
I Mitt Until Dobbins WUUF'a /
Misers Oussie Mae Dennett own
'. that 4 4tbe1 of adopting a platform setting July 18. 1930.
Oral'8Vood, Elizabeth and forth Democratic principles( pianist> and one of the most popular S ,
Kstelle Kendrick Mrs. Wade Kennedy Florida artists on the alr'clr- TMcvc
should be held not Inter than
Mrs. II. I... Itrownloe Jr., March, 1932. cult. The diminutive little pianist \\'.\ ; (ill<>\\ KItS OP' HIIOKT

and Mrs. \V.. n. Mundy Jr. The committee decided to memorialize also played at this time for K. Z. 1'KJ'AX: CHOI' IN GKOIMJI.t:

a i legislature Jones who possesses a1 singular- --
the 1931 to
lly pleasing voice'that has mark-
Waycross Oa., July 18.-A
WIHH! MI1HUMTOX: H.VTKUTAINS : : pass such appropriate legislation ed .. .
.v as would enable the calling! of such Merwin aweetness.Honk number of pecan growers In southern ;- Q-0 :.. ,.. "''qR ;:;..:;';;.''./. S.3w.Q.gPc? pi..t4lVr"-- .
: : a Democratic convention, king of the ivories Georgia have sold this year's
1ii was heard In his own version crop on the trees which has taYiaed FT. WAYNE.1ND.-H. E. Capehart U flees the wiseacre shook their beads. cupled' by the Capehart Corporation
No I'owcr to Oil I '
Miss Madge Mlddleton was hostess of "Three O'clock in the A. Clarke Snedeker. of this city a man who has mad his dreams come "It can't be done* they prophesied contains the last wore In a modern
L4 Hia Wednesday at one o'clock at As pointed out In the resolution Morning Ills number "There are too many such device on factory. Up-to-the-minute. one
was one of one of the best known story
a' course luncheon given at her under existing statutes governing pecan growers true.This the market. He'll Cop miserably." full daylight buildings provide tOD 009
the most colorful
on the program. In the south to Inaue! a warning thirty-three old commercial .
$? _ borne on Madison street. the Democratic party the state Then year But Capehart knew otherwise. He square feet of floor space for the aun*
Democratic executive committee is followed those two clever to growers. wIzard. who ran a debt of (14.000 succeeded In borrowing (14,000. hired dred of workers.
handsome -
The table was laid with a
A lace luncheon set and centered without power to call such a convention performers Paul Knight of "The pecan crop this year will into a 13000.000 business In two year five worker to help blm. rented a Ove- "M) part In developing the ami-
Sturke, and Nolan Canova, ot'Val-. not ran. over 15,00i000( ( pounds" and a half. Is president of the Cepe- room cottage a*hIs office and acquireda ness." Capebort declared. 'Coualem
with a bowl of bright and. apportion the dele- do, who played and sang that famous said Mr. Snedeker: ''ft'la the shortest hart Corporation world's largest manufacturers email factor plant. Soon orders In supplyIng the Idea and training

: spring flowers. Dainty place gates. screen success "Sing You Sin crop In the l last five of automatic and continuous were pouring in for hla new automatic the worker and selling force to put
teev:4: cards marked the places of the Another resolution was adopted. lloth years. playIng phonographs. music device. He moved hi* the product over. Success 1* 'largely a
ners. have
boys good voices More than half of this, small
guests. which stated it was the sense of crop Two and a half years ago. Capehart office Into a small residential hotel and matter of putting plugging before
The remainder of the afternoonwas the committee that all nominees and the piano work of Knight is will be seedling Growers are arrived in Buntlngton. ''Ind.. with a enlarged bu factory. Then in June playing. The man who wants to rraca

of the Democratic party-'natlon- excellent. making mistake to sell on a contract dream, a beartful of faith and confidence of 1929 he built a new factory In Ft. the top muse be willing to sacrifice
spent playing bridge in the Hutarh's song. was one of the basis on last year's tree- in that dream. and a handmade Wayne. Still the business continuedto golf tournament and bridge garnet
>) attractive sun parlor brightened al. state and county-should re- highlights of the evening, the run prices." i model of his orchestrope. or automatic I grow. Last March It was necessaryto Sleepless nights physical fatigue,

with baskets of zinnias. celvo the whole-hearted and active ---- - ---- ---- -- -- ...... phonograph.When double the plant facilities. brain weariness, and every. sort of discomfort -
Ji Those enjoying the hospitality support of "all true Demo- ---- ---- be proposed to start a bust- The twenty-flve acre site now oo--, are on the bill.
-.. ---- -
i ,ofMlBs Middleton were: Miss Clara cratn" at the general election In .

4 Btaats of Wilmington. Del., Miss November. i - -
The resolution added that If the How to Play : of Reading Pa. recently has led
; Mona Alderman. Miss Florence I Arcadia Brick work ;rurt
_ Mathews. MIss Blanche Alderman state of Florida Is to "remain // KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the United States Department of on new' Episcopal church on West

't Mr t MM. Ut C. Rltch Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Democratic"- is essential that IIBRIDGE ,Ml.. llrlrn 01(....... Cur Agriculture to renew its warn- Hickory street.

'. Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. II.V. "all nominees of the Democratic ings against eating raw pork. In

'Knight and Mrs. C N. Christy. primaries whether to elective or Reading; the disease was the consequence Florida leads all other state in
cn&fli : appointive ofllces.! should have the Aeries As a health resort Keystone of eating raw-pork sau shipment of six of 12 lend-in!'
( ' j 2 "3O by
Heights l Is getting results. A tripto
I liep& ) support of all true Democrats, Including sage. truck crops during 1928-29 tea-
) 1IiTI nT.lXKT IinilMlK: and Wynne Ferguson Keystone Heights; beach is quiteas son, according to recent
the Democratic- press Trichinosis Is produced by 0 survcv t by>
___ Ii that the will of the Democratic Author -PRACTICAL AUCTION ABRIDGE* effective' as a pilgrimage to any minute parasitic worm that infests Department of' Agricultural eco
The lovely home of -Mr. and In these tomb, 'and we haven't any steps to nomics.
people, en expressed primaries the meat ot swine without
MDdY 5 Mrs. 11. V. Knight was the scene It climb either said D. O. Stewart
fCinorstn should be recognized. Copyright. 1929, by Boyle,Jr. noticeably\ injuring the animals.
of table of the beach and Punta Gorda
a three bridge-party on 'all manager pavil- Remodeled Plaza -
/ further stated that Demo- ... This minute worm is taken Into '
1r Wednesday evening. Varl-colored Ion, .when it was found that some- Theatre opened to public
cratic candidates for office whether AR1'iCLE No. 39( the human body by eating raw or
: zinnias were used for decoration elective or appolnltive who one who had come to the beach on Oreen Cove Springs-New own

C 1 in the large living room where the were nominated In and by these There always S i. 'a chance, fur an I nee of diamonds Y played the four, B i crutches had left without them. undercooked fresh pork. In the ers of Magnolia property being re
.* when Bridge the and Z the body these worms or trichinae -
: tilicitha guests; spent the evening. be argument player get trey deuce. A now led The Rev. and Mrs. DenJ. R. paired and Improved.
$ primaries, should elected or appointed -
44 awarded to : together, as to whether the bidding or the five Y played the queer B the produce a disease known as
High prizes wore to the respective offices for. play is the more important. As a matter even and Z the jacks How should Z Weld have returned to Keystone trichinosis which somewhat resembles Palm Beach Plans under)
Mrs. J. L. Peek and Mr. D. A. Mon- which they were nominated." of fact such an argument is hardto now plan the remaining play of the Heights after a two months visit typhoid fever. Trichinosis for new building to house office of

tieth. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hitch ArkAUKHM Ifc'morratM Endorsed: settle. In some hands. the bidding is hand Before reading further, figureout with friends and relatives In the is a painful and dangerous disease B. F. Hutton Co.*. stock brokerage

received suitable prizes for low. A' third resolution endorsed the obviously more important than thepifly' what you would do. before you north. Before leaving for Florida -: which firm to be erected at cost of about
in others the i. read the ' does not respond to
bidding solution.
h The-hostess served yet
a :
Mr. and Mrs. Weld attended 35000.
action of the Arkansas State Democratic simple\ and easy and the play difficult. Solution:At trick three Z should lead treatment. All fresh pork In what-
salad at the end of the
' 'qY au.aft4tft. course pro. executive committee, which Here are two example hand where the the king of diamonds from Y'. hand the funeral services of Mr. J. II. ever: form should be thoroughly Cocoa Palm Restaurant taken

nt cV4 gressions. recently passed a' resolution fixing bidding was uncontested and yet the and discard the queen of hearts from Lawrence at Llnesvllle Pa. cooked to make it safe. over by Jim Parglanos and N
ts : Quests for the evening were: the qualification of Democratic play proved most difficult: his own hand. At trick.four, Z should Messrs. (I. R. Geiger G. L. Bird Nicholson.

MaJ. and Mrs. J. L. Peek. Mr. and voters in that state as being white lead theaceofclubefrom Y'.hand and and lid R. Lawrence drove to Jacksonville Leaflet 34.L "Trichinosis," Fort Myers King-Shiver Furniture
a, ( MfP Mm. D. A. Montieth. Mr. and Mrs. Democrats only. Hand No. 1 at trick five follow with the nine of Tuesday evening. I prepared by the United States Department Company opened furniture
Il Hearts- 7,3,3 ClimbS One of the will win of Agriculture to
tM J, H. Kltch Jr.. Miss Clara goats opponents: Over explan:
thirty people attended the store here.
The resolution stated that the
of Miss Clubs-A, 9 this trick and should lead a trump at this disease and methods of avoldIng'lt.
Wilmington. Florence -
action of the Arkansas committee Diamonds-K, Q, 4 trick six. Whichever opponent has the community picnic at beach here Melbourne New cold storage
0 Matthews Dr. II. B. McLen- members had been upheld as val- Spade*-J. 8, 5,3 are of trumps should! H'i'V. the triiflc Friday. After supper the pavilion Is available tree to anyone and packing' plant Industry planned

:1 orA..a. ,don and Mr. Thomas Hunch.JHIS. id exercise of their powers by the (No. six) and return th. trump (triclcseven was open for those who cared to requesting! It. I here by Indian River Fisher-
rsi \ Y \ ). Z will win this rf icle in his own dance. SBoolse"s leg Inc.Work.
Arkansall but thatit
...u..dIt aupreme court A B hand and at trick eight will lead
t :
I*. : ,"oXU.IX?MANritKKlDKNT I 1I0HI'S: was understood that a petition s Z : club, trumping! mY's_ 'Kami! with a low a Ten women of. Keystone ......................... of cleaning out Ellst

wl r : : I-XW' NOKTII for a write of certiorari had, been $>pa our T\
lord tuht .'I.onm.WHI) ":S IIIHT: applied for In the' United States supreme l1e-arts-A. low, heart, winning .tlt\( trick'Ire Z's R. Weld Monday afternoon to Beach Mamt! to minimum depth ot five

court attempting to have ('hubs-i 10. 7 6 hand with the ace of heats\ Y Z must sew tor the children's" home In feet preparatory to its final improvement
J Dilllllon.ls1.2JNldl8. : now make the next four tricks with the Jacksonville. ........................ .
Mrs. Von da Inman has been the Arkansaslaw, declared uncon- Although much was progressing.South .
K Q queen tea and seven oft in Z's
, 10,7,6No spades
chosen president of North Florida stitutional. hand and the jack of spades to trump accomplished. much remains to be Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish Jacksonville American

_ District No.2. Woodmen Circle, The Florida committee resolved lM'OI'e. rubber game. Z dealt, bid Z's losing club in Y'.. hand. The handsof done, and the women will meet and children spent the week-end' Legion Post No. 88 purchased-

_ _: 4 tar the ensuing year. Her election that Chairman Wells be empowered one spade and all paa ed. A opened the I A and I 13 were a* follow; again at Mrs. Weld's home on with her mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier nold Greenberg building on North

took place recently at the district to designate'three'Democratic I Friday to complete the work. Mesdames L. M. Murrhee andJ. Hendricks Avenue for lodge pur
__ Heart K. .
J 9,6 :
L1 Hearts ": 8. 4. :Z' L. Gaskins
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ogden and were the guests of
meeting held the
at Woodmen lawyers Including attorney 4,2 poses.
_ _ .Club*-$, : Y j Clubs. K, Q. 8 J Mrs. M.
z ball In Jacksonville. At banquet general with Instructions to applyto Diamonds-A, 10, 8, 6, 5 t A D I Diamonds-9. 7. 3 daughters, the Misses Arneeta and Rhoden of Wateroak

) following the meeting Mrs. Inman the United States supreme Spades 9 i Z I ;5pldea-A, 4,2 Helen Ogden and the Rev. and Monday afternoon.

____ made an address on a program court for permission to tile a brief Mrs. B. R. Weld of Keystone Misses Beadle. Geneva-- and--- -Rar.tlce '--. 666

( S :which Included an address by May as omlcus curiae supporting the Heights enjoyed a' picnic supper I Gaskin and Miss FrankIe Lou
-ft7SJ 0. If at trick three Z should l lead a of the hand from now on? The reader Murrhee .
Relieves . I Inan
Saturday were visitors- Starke a Ilmilark !% nr lnlii
at the home
evening of
or John T. AlBa legality of the taken
)) and a short talk I position by trump, he cannot go game. D should should decide what he would do and
U _ by Miss Myrtle Otis Crump state the Arkansas organisation. allow him to win the first sna
: manager. A memorial resolution also was and when B later takes t he lead on the reading the solution thai follow: Belvedere Nurseries at Earlton. E. W. Rosier and chil- day. nml chrrka Malaria I" threeSage
emr econd round of clubs he should lead Solution Z afford Plans to eat dren of South Jacksonville *
S adopted'expressing regret at the : can to lose three beneath the big tree are OGO also TabletsBackache
4 m lir] FJAJIUU.m1'l FOLLOW recent death of State Senator Y. the ace and a low spade. (Or if Z tricks. lie will still score game. These were spoiled by the rain but Mrs. spending several days here with
continue R should win
spades the trick. diamond
r are one heart one and relatives.Mr. .
U.. J..UU.I.B OK TltlNC: L, Watson of Qalncy. second trump'trkk and return spades.) one spade. If he low more than these", Collins very hospitably offered the
'4i; hdj' Four VlreCttHlmirnFor Y'. hand will thus be able to trump tricks, he will lose jtam", therefore his use! of her porch to the party.A . and Mrs. Cecil Crawford of

& Camp Foster Jacksonville July the purpose of assisting clubs only once and B must, therefore play must be so planned that he will community bridge party was Dukes were the guests of Mr. and

01.4 17-r-Mnjor Julian L. }Peek of Chairman Wells In the discharge make another club trick. Note this lose these .liree trukgad no more. held at Keystone Inn Tuesday eve- Mrs. R. A. Crawford Sunday. It functional Bladder Irritation
Iorfd hand carefully and the reason for not I 11 lis play' at trick one, therefore must ning, July 22. Tables were seton J. L. Gasklna and R. N. Crawford disturbs your sleep or causes
SUrke, and Captain. 0. Beliuan of his duties the committee named
Nor leading trumps. Z has no set-up suit. be such that he cannot lope more than
l 4 _ 'of St. Auguntlne today proclaimed (four vice-chairmen one from and no reason to lead trumps. On the one diamond trick." I If f Alias' led from tl e-screened porch and at the were business: visitors to Burning' or inching Sensation)

o themselves charter, members ot each of the congressional districts other- hand. he ha two.loving clubs five diamonds H holds" only t.'O.. one close of the evening watermelonwas ftarke Saturday. Backache Leg Pains-or muscular

IP* what they call the "Prince of of the state. They are J. B. and the only way to convert them.. into of which probably is the king. A would l served No admission tee was p aches) making you feel tired depressed
iid'i Wales club." hodges Columbia county; WalterA. trick I is by trumping them in '.hand. hardly lead away from the king of charged.Mrs Fort Lauderdale Office build- and discouraged why nut

'v QUt In training here with the 124th Dopson., Itakera'S.. W. Clarke, To not do lead this them., Z must conserve his. trumps, diamond wont that for can inch be a lea made Lauderdale
() infantry Florida national guard, Calhoun. and Henry O. Shaw, declared suit. If 11 has only two dlamonds Shands Bray of Tampa. Mr. and Dank and Trust Company give up. Get Cystex today

'rv the officers both have "come a Dade. Hand No. 3 to the king an.I.Z, posses the Mrs. \V. A. Shands Miss Eliza- sold to Broward Rank and Put it to the test. See for your

WcttJ cropper" or In plain English have It was also...dcclded to create a Hearts- K.O.$?, 5, 4 first diamond, I) , the trick and : bath Shands and Miss May raves Trust Company for $47,000.( self how quickly it works and
fallen from their legislative C'o.mmltlee' to represent Club*-A K 7 return the uit. Then if Z finesses the of Gainesville and Thomas Shands Miami Beach City council let what It does. Money back It itdoesn't
mounts since arriving Ui.n1oOlJ.7..s. 7, SSpadca spade and A has the king he can giveIt ot Jacksonville. contract for new white
In camp.Candidates the state organization: : at the next -J,9. 3 'a ruff with the third diamond. are enjoying a Vacation way bring quick Improvement.
: i for initiation liito session
44A the club do not appear anxious toquallf bershlp of the subcommittee 1 U 'to : .Y I. tricks, one in hearts one in diamondsand party will spend a week here. Ocean Drive and Carter's Cystex:' today. Only SOc at Cor-
,.4 It. I tA -111 two in Z's Miss. Edith Wiggins Is It.000.000 pier.
,. be anounced at a later date.A spade proper pl.iy at spending .. penlng's Drug Store.
':,. S campaign committee WAS appointed t Z t trick one, therefore ia the ace of diamonds : a week at Oreen Cove Springs as
4 from l's hand .1 Jle should then the gae t ot Miss. Jul'a! Snilth.Mr. STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
., n trnI.t ()Tlt'E TO UUIHU-4: :- consisting of J. II. Hodges Heart.*-J. 10.7,2 !lead the ace and king of clubs and on I

1. r4Id Columbia county chairman; Kv-: the second flub lead he should discard W. II. Copeland died early Suits Cleaned Pressed and Reshaped

M Tilds will be received by the ana Halle Alachua; J, II. Slngle-- lThmmonds-Q,6. 4 the six of diamonds. He should then Friday morning. July 18. at the

Q '4, board of public\ instruction ofiradfort tary, Manatee} Paul Carter. Jackson Spades-A, Q 10, 8, 4 lead the Jack:of spades and.if B doesn't. 1 home of his sister Mr*. M. M. /. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

: County ]Florida until and Herbert Felkel St. Johns. cover. he should finesse. A wins this Sargent at Brooklyn where he had ' .
.4. J '
No score) rubber game. Z dealt and 1 trick and leads diamond;; D can scorethe made his home for the - | in i. _.-'--- ' n i "*'_-
4 12 o'clock noon Saturday July 20, Before the meeting got well un- pniwtl..... A pil_'''. Y bid one no trump king of diamonds and no more for Mr. past :year.
A 1 1930 on bus route known as KastLawtry I del' way a number of prominent ami 11 pasted. Z now bid two spades Z can overtrump hint.cut the third Copeland Is survived by his BROWN

route. I state Democrats) were introducedto all passed. . and A opened the trey of I round of the suit..The hands.of A and mother and two sisters. Mrs. J. p. TRUCK LINE ANNOUNCESthe

It A. J. (hrllfls.. Becy.S the delegates, State Senator J. .n.lmondl. I low should Z plan the play U were: 4' Barnadt and Mrs. M. M. Sargent.Sehl..ell .
n. were held at the Melrose acquisition to their line of Higginbotham Truck
: $ --- - Stewart of Fernandlna retir- -- -
PKUt4-L'iLUtS: IIiirts-A.9.O' Hearts-8. 3 cemetery Friday afternoon with Line now being operated
: Ing ,committee member expressed between
Clubs-Q, 9, 4 : Y s Ciubs-j.8. t5 3. 3. 2 Rev. Weld In Jacksonville Starke
hope that In the future the committee -I DiamondsJ 1,10,3,3,2 I A B s Diamondi-, 9 charge. and Gainesville-and will be represented in Starke by:
: Have plenty of good pineapplepears membership Btand 100( percent Spades- K, 7 s Z a Spade-6,3,2It S the

for cooking, canning and true Democrats while J. T. ITBLH' ,\nUSHXJ.U: .
preserving. $1.00( per bushel at O. Crawford. Jacksonville Demo DeWitt' C. Jones hardware
:NOT TO K.\T RAW Store Phone No. 1
farm; $1 10 should' be evident, therefore, that unless! Z had taken ha diamond discard: PORK ,
In national
town. cratic
_ _ _ committeeman ...
. before his finesse in spades, A O would have nude four tricks and so saved A Good Line
Make fin lunches for school chil aid he hoped "Florida never will game. De on the lookout for hand of this type and learn to count your tricki Reports that trichinosis has to Hang Your Business On

:; dren. Call at farm or phone 102. be anything but a one-party before you play to the first trick. Many a time will )'Ol1l8ve gnats: and rubba caused the death ot three persons Dependable and Daily Service

_ _ _ 7-18-21 N. D. Waluwrlght. tat*.. by so doing. and Illness of 30 other residents ,

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ed from Vlanttord Ont.; Canada WHIT Till!: TARIFF IHKS: TO (iO'KItSOUlU.TOS of Palatka, J G. Pinner ot Atlanta Fort Lattderdal* -Building permit -
where they visited\ Mrs. Scotfi Till!: \VKH\JK: !: WtttlklMiMAN.' : 1)KFKM: >S HOARD OUT i Go., and Mrs. Wllkemon of Issued during month of June n

parents.Mr. -- r.\iM HK.u'ii: Kt'.iri/r: thU city. Two eons W 12, Kite totaled $31.562.Jacksonville ,
Bits of The; Hoover. administration tariff ( of Miami and O. M. Kite of Orange

bill affects the average workIngman In the further refutation of recent )Heights( and several brothers. and Model grocery.
and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and
in more ways than one. charges that the state boardof sisters and oilier\ relatives. store at 313 l\ra'l1 street. nifli'lally
tK daughter; Lucille, and Irma Galn- i Just take the morning for In- administration had 1 caused. Palm C. V. Roberts and Sons mortician opened l to public y ,
ey were visitors to Gainesville I
IDeal Nev I' Thursday eta nee. Beach county to default on part of have charge of the arrange Miami peach! ..-. Building permits .- F
Ills day begins when he Is Its bonded indebtedness, Governor ments. .. Ocala Banner July 17. for month of June umuuntetl

aroused by an alarm. 'clock' and the Carlton said that since last April to fS7 ,140.Miami . av WrY

Concerning Our' People Butinttt and Mr. and Mrs W. W. Dalsden duty' upon this useful device\ has 1 the stale road department had Palitlka E rrrivcd; 91 Z11
) plpp organto Roach --- BUN ?
of the and daughter, Mr, W S. Blakely. been Increased 50 yet cent lie paid out u total of $5,580.197.17
Pro reu County and Town. be Initialled! In St. :Monica'sCatholic by )Postal department' (for nt W pest t i
returned .. for reduction of road and bridge
Friday from a visit with throws down the bd covers, on 1
chim-h. otMce site here
relatives In West Florida. ; wh'ch! \ the duty has heed, advanced district and other county Indebtedness .
__.::.>.=. _Sz5'uZ52;"; 2';";!__'2 nWI'TUIn -""-11-<-;';-1<;';-101;";-;";-cSuZrZ r 5'c5t' ,.........."...,....! -- to per. cent steps' from the bed!' to lit Florida ft 8'ti'
a rug rug (duty up 114 per' rent) The funds are paid to I the various '
ItEI'OUT ed from lid Mrs. R. 13. hue
: Leeslmrg where snvnt: Neal returnedto
: dons counties from from
a bath robe (duty up 10 perCent revenue
several weeks. ,her. home In ;Norfolk:; Va. after .
) and puts on a pair. ot bedroom the state gasoline tax. which, un- 7"- ,
July i3.1939(), by visiting her sinter, Mrs. K.: H ( ,
? dln8: slippers, which hall been! removed deg!' the old system WRII used I by ,.. .
[,forestry Department StarkoMax. Prluted'nnd figured voiles at Smith. from the free list. and subjected the state road department and by '\, "".30",.
Stump's, special 19c !- the counties for .road and bridge Sale ingl Sale-ing! 1\- .
It I to a duty of 20 per cent. rccrcc. ..

Mln. Preclp. : Mr. Sammy Sternberg. will return -I On the tiling In the bathroomthe Improvements the governor natd \ )"
do Congressman Green and I Dr. G. this week-end from Atlanta i duty has been ruined 25 per, Under this system the executivesaid !
1g 89 .02 P. Raymond spent Friday in Ga., where he has been attending I cent. On the floor of this roomis county bond defaults have Over the Summer Slump :, {
1' 90( -73 .90 Chlefland. the summer session of the Atlanta some inland IInoll'lInon which been l'fttocIUIII\ several have been :
1) 93 71 Dental College the duly has been Increased\ 20 prevented. i

v, 99() 73 .10 Mr. 'and Mrs. J, M. Brownleeand per' cent, Tariff on the mirror before 1 r ,

91 69 _I family moved Into the Weeks which our consumer taken his :SIKH. M. J':. KITH ?
95 72 cottage on Kingsley lake !Monday. Mr.\ and Mrs.[ A. It. Hall and morning shave has bpcii raised 25 i ( rC

t; 98 73 baby of Jacksonville were guestsof per rent. On his utmvlug brush The .remnlna of Mrs M. I K. Kite,
t:: 74- Yard wide yellow 8c Mrs. Hull's parents. Mr. and halrbush and toothbrush the duty who died Tuesday afternoon at the! Folk, I've gone nautical -I'm a IIIII -or now And what. u F .eA fj
0iiintall, for week .92 ins. yard, special Saturday at Stump's.Mrs. Mrs. L. S. Hutto over' the weekend has been Increased"' 15 per cent ; homo of her son-in-law and daughter. \ Rate I'm having! A lot of you good people me talking; hart! _

-4----- on the" washbasin and bathtub It Mr. and Mrs William Wllker-' times but you' can't fool coo I know lots of you vllll hay u P4

William,( Maynard[ of Kelle . Lee L. Morrow arrived has been advanced 'i0'per l!> cent. Hon on the Anthony road, will be little old roll ot bill Hulled away somewhere and I I'm out r+f

[ ,iin, 10 Starke this week. here Tuesday from Tampa and I Miss Hilda. Bnrleflun left Monday The glass tumbler used in his dental taken to Waldo, where t"n'rnlK'rvlf to neo tile ('010\ of your money!

Is the guest of Mrs. F. A. Scott. for. her home in Penuncola. ablutions also takes a 10 percent >s will be conducted from ,
It V Turner of Galnesilu She was accompanied as far ai Increase, and the sponge of the First Ha pi let church there' '. Interment I've done quite a Mt. of fishing In my life and I learned long\

pen'' I week-end In Starke.o Mi'\ and Mrs. n. J. Aldermanof Lake City by her aunt Mrs. 11. A. good quality takes an Increase of will be In the Hampton ago that it the fish don'l, bite the honk there's something
100() percent.!' cemetery wrong Kith the luilt So If folks don't l like It
Melrose; were visitors. to Starke Dew and Mlxs Liullla Mitchell. you my linens
cushions and cush- Wednesday The clothes cabinet from which: \ Mrs. Kite died suddenly from a In up to me to change; them) to null youand/ that In just w hut wd is
lops ha tielects hla garments for. thoday's heart attuck. She I've done.' ,{ V.
,, M. Leviton. 26tf Mrs. R. O. Daniel, Mr. RuttHell was 13 years d.
era I wear Is subjected to an additional old and wan born
Junior Daniel and Mrs. Josephine Edwards near Starka. Fora I
McDonald left Tuesdayfor Now fellow take article ,
dome a 15 mid |put It on nul for
awl Mra. D. K. Knight spent : Clarinda, Iowa, where he will arrived here. Tuesday from tariff tax of 20) per. cent.. long time she resided\ In Waldo |5,US!, but that Isn't tho way I play This in an houent -to-
Sarasota !Mr. and The shirt he puts on bears an Increase and Orange sleights moving to
and of
J ksonvlll e. visit for several weeks. are guests goBh sale I'm
jsduy l III ac relatives having! 1'vu Rot tho real g<> (iU--aiul the price?
Mrs. J, W. Edwards. of 28 per cent, and tho silk Ocala about four years ego She
It hurt me to look nt them, but (they nhouM tickle you pink
Grid necktie an Increase of 8 per cent. was devoted member of the
IJiiptisi -
.: l | New models in Gossard. corsets,
I ( girdles and combinations at Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children, On \his suit of clothes the duty church and throughout her active Did yon get that (sale pouter I mulled to ).(\uVell you d e "
''s In Lakeland.jf .. Stump's Store. 'Marian A. M. and Mlntle, of Ala- has been raised another 10 per life took part In church af aren't supposed\ to use It for_wrapping paper. Take It, Tead
cent. HIM shoes have been fairs It and mia what unhenrd. f values have .
Edward Larsen was a vlsl- cbua were !guests ot Senator nUll remov- j< you can for the; iiNklu.::
: from Keystone Heights Miss Carrie. Hutto spent this Mrs. K. M. Johns at Kingsley lake ed from the free list t and made Surviving Mrs. Kite are five Then park the baby with grandma and venue down and l .go,.< '
ere week in Jacksonville the this week. dutiable at 20 per' cent He selectsa daughters, Mrs.\ J. J, Kuuts of nalo-lni with me.If ')
as guest
IT of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall. fresh handkerchief! (duty up 10 Seattle Nash, Mrs R. A. Thomas 4,
Mrs. C.V.. Chalker and eons per flit). adjusts bin eyeglasses >o" hntr 01. \ lot nt rrntI
r toe )Hill Williams and Judge (duty on the lenses 10 ..... ,., rt., fuels.Ii .
visitors here Mr.. Odell Abernathy of ]Dill\ and John, will arrive Saturdayfrom up percent wfrn '
were Tampawas
Y Maine ), gives his clothes/ erne n 'v. I..
I't. Vf.jn! In thn I'.uiariia
Tuesday. visiting relatives Wednesday ; .
Butler hero
Lake ,
with the whiskbroom toil*lii "Mh t ss-:
Canal Zone, for a vls't' with herparents (duty up 66 1' \''lll!\cra nnll't ..
Mr. and Mrs A. M, Darby per' cent) nnd,la ready, for. break And 1 Mffi r l K now he itffvrlMlto wet,
J and Mrs E::. L.. Itlggs\ enter-. fast.Exchange. Inla"'I'I.n: nr:.\i, I* your I'hni...... Till! ItKI.I: ..\ltl.K,: NTOHM: yon nt Mid.: : ?
II,I members of the Twentieth Miss Betty Chamberlin returned .
-' - 1:8'r.'I'I,111110KI.I&Starke.
lury Club last week.poclal this week from Parsons,. Kan., Miss !Mary Lee Wynn of St. Hide Starts.. F"i'Idny, July :U-Vli: ,,iuiil IIIHM| III l HI\>'..
where ,she spent her. vacation. Augustine, who la spending her Raiford Telephone, serviceto Fla. t wv i
) l shoes sale at Stump's vacation with her. parents In this place to he Improved. ,

'12.95value$ $4.95. Mr. A. M. Darby, !Mrs. D. C. Hampton, was visiting here over ----- '

Jones and Miss Elise Jones were in the week-end. itF

'9 Betty McLane of GaInes- Jacksonville Wednesday. r
ithe guest thIs week of MUs Mrs. D. R. Edwards: and Miss 5V

Adkins at KIngsley Lake. Fashionable--women wear Hum Mary Ella Edwards returned'.. to

ming Bird Hose and enjoy the dIf- Jacksonville Saturday after. spendIng -

,s Mable Weller was hostess ference. A wide selection awaits several. weeks with relatives 3rd
t Afternoon Bridge Club last you at Stump's Store. here. and at KIngsley lake. ,,

Mrs. E. K. Dowling and sons,
Misses Thelma Stlcox and Thel-
\.LE. Jordan and children ma Andrea. gave a picnic Tuesday Graham and John, have returnedto
vifdo are guests of Mr. and afternoon at Kingsley lake for. their home In Dublin, Ga., aftera
rr/.crimn. visit here with Col. and Mrs. A.
their Sunday school classes.
S. Crews.

Ironet Satin, all shades 49c at Mr. and Mrs. Cl. M. 'Slstrunk and
Mrs., Z..7, Roberts and
!Mr. and
p Land Mr.. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and famIly l
I' Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. arrived here yrYFr i
I II are' occupying their cottage at

ned their!Mrs\ J,. C. Robinson Club Wed-en- KIngsley Lake. from Hastings has ;been Sunday visiting., whe..eGardiner Mr.. As ice enter upon our Fourth year of dealings with the people of Starke and Bradford
find that in of the setback this section received from the failure of *
ijr" evening. !Mr.. and Mrs. II V. Knight and and Mrs. Roberts were. accompanied County, we spite severe our rAuJf

their guest. MIlls Clara-Stoats and on their return' to Hastings. by strawberry crop and the depression general over the entire country that our business has been'; *

I.! and !Mrs.\ D. E. Knight have Paul Knight spent Sunday at Silver Edward: Hall.George steadily growing. This is due to the fact that people have found in a time like this it is necessary rtes
sir Mrs. Charles Lar-
if f Lakeland.H guest Springs. M. Raymond leaves on to buy for cash and get a dollar for each dollar spent., We appreciate Ilour patronage during er e'1

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. MIddletonand SS SemInole Friday for New York, the last three years and solicit your cOllinuetlBupport, pledging you the utmost in values rand

L. Brownlee Jr., of At- little daughter. Marjorie Sue, enroute to Halifax Nova Scotia, service all times. ,
Ga.. spent the week-end of Jacksonville were visiting here Canada where he will\ enter the ktt

Royal Bank of Canada as a Jun- ... . .. . ..
Sunday. ---------------- ---- -------- --------------
ior member.Miss . "r .
Wesley Stearns has return- i Business and program meeting Gibb's Brand PI-a1rco-Americall Shaiver Pale Dry {Waldorf 1; ,

|' of the Baptist W. M. S. will be Hazel Adklns left Wednesday -
held at the church: Monday after accompanying Mrs. D. R. Ed- Pork Beans Spaghetti Ginger Ale Toilet Paper
wards and Miss Mary. Ella Edwards -
noon, 4 o'clock

NT A WORDCOLUMN U combination Bo sure- to see at the Stump's new Gonsard Store and Worth Mrs.of where R Jacksonville\, K.they,Lee., will visit to Lake Mr. ,3 cans :.f for 25c 3 cans f for 25c 2 bottles - 25c 4 rolls f for 22c

Only 13.50. '
Representative! K. A, Green
RENT-FurnIshed ,apart- Mrs. Joe Montenez and son, J. Mrs. W. II. Green Mrs. P. M. I GQODWIPE SELF-RISING j MAXWELL{ HOUSE

[ ntg price reasonable. J. F. A., and Miss! Lula Redgrave left Barefoot. Mrs. W. J, Epperson and

,kilter. 7-25-tf. this week for Petersburg. Va., on Miss Inez Abernathy') attended the
of Mrs.. Maria. E. 24 pounds 95c COFFEE pound = 37c
'- ii < a two week's visit with relatives. funeral services - can '-
RENT-Furnished apart- KIte !in Waldo last Thursday.

|"nt. Apply Mrs. T. P. Wall, Miss Eunice Perkins, who is . ________ _n_ _,_ __,_ Sp..----.-,--.eoe--.e -.. -_._,pe__ P ('.?Ji''

.rke Fla., Box 221. 7-4-4t. attending summer. school at the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman A "FULL SIZE; I PACKAGE OF
and Miss
I University of Florida spent the Miss Blanche Alderman Luncheon Brand HardwaterToilet FREE
RENT-: -Unfurnished house, I week-end here.. Pearl Jordan joined a party of "
]'lie In. Reasonable rent. Ap- Fernandlna. folks last Thursday W REA TIES
: afternoon for a fish supper on {W/l ea ties syn
|this office. 7-18-tf. Mrs. Jim Douglass and Mrs. 1
Peanut Butter I
beach that city. t Soap
the near those
Reta Brown of Alachua spent crispy |
t Free with|| the| purchase Of a bag| of
SALE-Missionary strawber- 'Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. P. crunchy.
: plants and Porto Rico pota- Mills Emma Strickland: return
M. Barefoot.
'Ines. will make prices. right.W ed home Sunday after a visit of delicious ir Gold Medal at rli

a. Bedenbaugh, Hampton.2t* i Mrs., Louise Pearl Snyder and .Mrs.and Stanley daughter several of Ocala.days with She wa Mrs.) accompanied L. A. Weekly a utmu nn..l' JlIlr( 21.C 6 ;tars; ' f for "25c' whole Flakes wheat 0 IDS. FLOUR 32cPURE ", 4

Moore were In Jacksonville Tues home by Mary Lee and L. A. ___.____ _ __.____.___._.________._ ,_.____._. n .___._,.
SALE Weekly who will visit their grandparents -
-Strawberry plants day, -
Mlonary, on new land. Will Mr. and Mrs. A. S. StrIck- CANE F1.OIl11IA1R1511 rl

lake price right. M. Rboden on It is a fashionable habit among land at KIngsley Lake.

late Farm Highway Starke ..7II' smart women to wear HummIngBird 1
A. "
Congressman. Greenof SUGAR -53c
10pounds POTATOESIOpounds27c '
delicate hose shades; a complete await your selection choiceat of Starke was a distinguished visitor ,. :

1, Gainesville yesterday ,_._ .. .. . ..
SALE-Missionary atrawber- Stump's Store. "Rememberthey ( --- -- -- -- - - - --- ------ - ---- - - '
Green, en route to sY.
rk plants. Fresh improved from nursery porthern P. are guaranteeed." Chlefland visited with constitu- Octagon Soap or Full CreamCHEESE 1)el-Monle Peaches Van Camp's ;

Johnson, Starke. Fla. 7-25- Mr. Mrs.. E. Canova ents of thin district and conferredwith
? several local Democratic Powders No. 1 Size Can CATSUP
have announced the birth of a ion
on Tuesday July 23. hI&has been leaders In this city.-.Galneavllle

'w*SALEGood*and; 400-egg nine pigs capacity,blooded Poland Sypher China brood name Mrs.! Paul Iva III.T. .Sprinkle. superin- Dally Mr. Sun and, Saturday.Mrs. B. I.. -Eppersonand 7 packages 25c pound25c 2 cans for 29c Large hot. 19c ,

family Dr. and Mrs. R. M. ....... . .. ,.
for -
abator: will trade for good tendent of public Instruction -- -- --- - - - - - - ------ --------
W. J. fp-:
'lib '"-o\v\ or some young stock. Marion county: was In Starke Baker and Mr.'and. Mrs. :" t Oclanon Scouring .
l.etach. pArll/D. Jr., all of Jacksonville. NATIONAL Pour SlrlllfJ
Starke. 7-18-2t Wednesday afternoon. of CLEANSER
and Mrs. Dale ;

.III SALE* ", dresser- Chlfforobe$8; ice*box 20 ; Mrs.Mr.Reba and Mrs.McMillan\W. M.and Bryan children and Galne Anderson' vllt of. Mr.Lawtey and Mr and*. Mr.Geo.Thursday and A.- Assorted fancy cookies lb. bag 28c 01/ Broom - 39c 2 cans for. 9c ,, -

I Mr. W. J. Epperson: spent
'";" mandolin $4 ; Coleman left Thursday by motor for Asheville afternoon at t KIngsley lake. _ w. _-- .. - ... ... .. ._ or... 0 _____.____._._ _ _._. _ -. __
TB IS.: clock 12; mowing: N. C. _

,tie S. other. bargain S The North Florida-District Silver Nip Silver
Jftnf"V Starke Fla. ItI.r Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Curtis left last Friday -
meeting in Jacksonville Grapefruit Slice
Mr. Curtis -
for Orlando. t
the ,,
: ;.\1i' L; n68buys my house a plant Inspector, has been stationed evening members was attended of the by Starkc Grapefruit '"
following '
Irrr art 5)id) and 'two lots on here for some time. Grove: Mrs. G. M. Ionian and Juice ,

dad' , treet (paving all paid. Robert A. Swift daughter. Vend. l\frs. L. S. Ilntto No. 2 can No.2 can '
ian be Mr. and Mn.
paid in two an- dna: and Carrl
tai q lint.', Payments oC 1500 each: And ion, Edward of New Swift's Orleans father -. and Mrs. daughters Nat Williams* and daughter 22c Where Satisfaction a Certainly 24c k k'r.

Jt at 8 per cent. If La., are visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Missea Amy and Ethel

\'KUrd* act quick, because Mr. Bans Auntln. Moore and Mass: Sup.Mne Hund ''. ., .. ., .. '
a sacrifice\ price. W E. -, - .. .. ..
rt-rty() 7-25-tf Mr. and Mrs.. W A. Scott return- ley.

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ity, which is the bond of perfect- on Kingsley lake.
ness.-Col. 3:14.: Those being present at this
I :
( Prayer -"To Thee from whomwe meeting were: Mrs. G. C. White
(fj1 f- derive Our life our gifts our Mrs James Kite Mrs. G. II. Bennett

power, to give; 0 may we ever with Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs.J. .
d6 \ Thee live Who giveat all." C. Robinson, Mrs W. Perkins

July 81, lotu: Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. W. B.
Iky) word is a lamp onto ny feet u 1 a light into ay tom.i .-Psalm 119:105.:] A Good Iluler-And let the Mundy, Jr. -
l of God rule In your hearts, .
All religious' teaching doctrine or
( h1; iflQt l1f7f! .; dUd. creed, if they are to have any claimI to the which also ye are called In ,

pen the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with one body; and be ye thankful.- RISING
r f the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit nto every fold and creviceof Col. 3:15.: W
the human heartland of whom it was aaid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN j I Prayer: "In suffering be Thy MlM IrU, MrN.e. Cor. 'll
i 6PAKE ." love my peace, In weakness he* thy n -
Mts. J, C. Crews and children of
MOL'KCH OK MKK: armed army, while Barak had on- love my power.
r i t ly ten thousand Inexperienced and July tto, 10:10 St. Augustine are spending a few
Luke 4:4.: And Jesus answered almost unarmed men. No wonder The Indwelling Word Let days here with her aunt Mrs. H. ---

I t him, saying It Is written. That Barak wanted with him an acknowledged the word of Christ dwell In you M. McRae. ._.. ..r -I ,
Uftw t man shall not live by bread alone, servant of God. But richly In all wisdom; teaching and Miss Teresa Bennett and Miss 1 1 oIm f.

': h h1IIC but by every word of God. 12: 16.r like Sarah, Zacharlas. and Gideon, admonishing one another in Thelma Lewis spent Saturday eve

r And he said unto them, Take heed Darak did not fully believe the psalms and hymns and spiritual ning !In Starke with relatives. ,, t
; and beware of covetousness: for prophecy and Deborah said to songs, singing with grace In your: Mr and Mrs. B. M. McRae spent r i 1 -

s A man's life conslsteth not In the him, "The .journey which thou hearts to the Lord.-Col. 3:16. the woek-end with Mrs W. F,
+ lEl f abundance of the things which he takest shall not be for thine hon- Prayer: '0 grant that nothing In Harnage.

l 't lal"M 1 1, Ilf>ltaesseth. or; for the Lord shall Bell Staera my soul May dwell but Thy pure Miss Jennie Maude Crosby was
the "f John 6:36.: And Jesus said lint unto the hand of a woman." "And love 'alone." visiting Miss Mattle Norman at

t Peg1tdiea to them I am the bread of life: he Barak called Zebulun and Naph- July 31, HmO: Vanderbilt Sunday.

t that cometh to me shall never tall to Kedeah; and he went up Our Authority-And whatsoever Mr. II. M. McRae and daugh'tern

hunger: and he that bolleveth, on with ten thousand men at hIs feet; ye do In word or deed do Misses Iris and Audrey attended

? tabi "t' me shall never thirst. and Deborah went up with him." all In the name of the Lord Jesus,, church at'' Sampson City

f John 5:24.: Verilyverlly. I nay This ends the printed! part of giving thanks to God and the Sunday.

I unto you, He that Iienreth my the lesson, but you should read Father by him.-Col. 3:17.: Misses Cortex and Grace An- I .'

,, i word, and belleveth on him that all the chapter which shows that Prayer: "Direct my work. InspIre dreu of Starke attended B. Y. p,. H. ;. ,

> Bent me, hath everlasting life, and God helped the laraelltles! in the my thought," Thou living U here Sunday night. : !:,

r hall not come Into condemnation; I'ensuing battle, and the army of God. Mr. Lester Floyd Crosby and I .i.,'' r..mA wr.Cc

but in paused from death unto life; Sisera were slain. Sisera fled to Lois Newmans and Arthur McRae !:: ' ,Wle,.

1 's new' Blessed are they which do hunger the home of Heber, whose wife, rilKHHTYTKIUANServices : : motored to Jacksonville Sunday., .!.... .

that and thirst after righteousnessfor named Jael took him Into their Mr. and Mrs G. W. Burney of, .;.:'.
they shall be filled. follows Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. '..'
tent. Being exhausted, SUera fell Sunday July 27, as were :
When should we seek the Lord? asleep and Jael took a hammer : Lonnie Crawford Sunday. I':.. r

Answer read Isa. 55:8.: and drove a nail Into Slsera's tem- 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Mr. F. L. Connors of Lawtey t.' .;

1, ple and he died. Then the Israelites Truby supt. motored to this section Monday.THERESSA .
'N t'N '
u iCa I had peace for twenty years. 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon W>

SUNDAY SCHOOL One thought In this lesson Is by the pastor. .... ..
LESSON I that all reforms need the aid of 7 p. m. Christian- Endeavor, !::" .. :.
good women; another la that topic],' "Mission In Changing .
I Cor. :
HItana MlM Rhoda :Zrlalcr i .
T abandonment of God caused punishment Chlnda." Leader Miss Gussle ...... rrit
:r :f KOIl JULY :27, II>!W> which should lead to re- Mae Bennett. Mrs H. D.> May and son, Mr :: ..' raw
pentaifce; also that God will for- 8 p. m. Evening worship. Union Roscoe May returned "to their f.: .. ,.
{ J ,t tr Subject: Deborah a Leader In give and help bill followers when service. Sermon by Rev. J. T. Guy home last Tuesday night after r rest I;'' ..

at National Emergency.: they repent and ask his aid. Of of the Methodist church. Special few days visit at Daytona Beach i r'I: d
nolden Text "Say unto them course the lesson teaches the supernatural music The union service at the with her sister, Mrs. Anderson and I:. _
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that are a fearful heart Be power of God, and that Methodist church last Sunday evening family. : .

1 P 4uic J Strong, fear not" Isaiah. 35:4: he does Interfere In the lives of Individuals was well attended notwithstanding I Mr. and'' Mrs. Nobles of Jack- ,..', 'q-:cs ....
N ; Lesson Text Judges 4110. .. MT . : : and nations. the heat and the meeting sonville were visiting her sister, I!: .-:

i + 3laay Deborah wall one of the "Judgesof proved a helpful one. Mrs. Sidney Trlest and family Sun I,: .
t 'Igcr, Israel" who were rained up by Prayer meeting Wednesday at day. 4( .,. .
the Lord at different times to de- 8 o'clock p. m. Mission study class Miss Owetda'lIall returned home I I': . :; t

liver the people from oppression July 2.1, limo In charge of Mrs. E. M. Davis Saturday afternoon after a few I I' .., ', :.
k l or captivity. The period of the The Thing to Seek-If ye then leader A cordial Invltlatlon to I days visit !in Gainesville .
; ; Judges: was from the death of Joshua be risen with Christ, seek those all our services etxended to al.IIAITIHT Mi, and Mrs. Calvin Trlest and TIIEVISOR I-Iusr 1 .U6co

Fv' to the calling of Samuel things which are above where) her brother, Mr. John Hagan of*
('O\lI'I.; ":TJ<:I.Y '; pllclty of the plan makes for econ- finish: roof, slate: founds:)
about 285 years. .sltteth 'on the handof the weekendhere MODERNTIE
t Christ right St. Augustine spent windows
: VISOR omy of construction the direct concrete; steel 1 t
The Judges were not elected by God. Set your affection on with Mr. Triest's parents,
doors wood.
menta ,
---- layout for housekeeping conven- ;
+ the people but were chosen by the things above not on things on the Sunday school at 10'a. m. V. B. 4r. and Mrs. T. B. Trlest. ( By Duncanhunter, Architect ience and simple permanent materials Interiors: Floors, wood furl

Lord. They established themselves earth.-Col. 3:1: 2. Wheeler' supt.Worship Mr., and Mrs. J, J. ZeIgler had New York.) of construction for low up- oleum finish; walls planter; t I
,; In the confluence of the people by "Thou Lord of life and Mrs. R.
Prayer -- at 11 m. and 8 guests Sunday, Mr.
a. p. as
small It but en, plaster bath roam mm\\
Completely modern Is this keep cost: requires a nar- ; ;;
W doing and saying things which our saving health, To serve Thee subject "Jacob'a1Light O. ZeIgler of Gainesville, L. C.
Morning ,
ti m.
roman house and modern In Its completeness row lot-a frontage of 34 feet allows tlou tile; steam heat gu i
showed they were guided( by God, our sincerest prayer." at Bethel." Zelgler: of Orala Mr. and Mrs.
| -from the motor room In the for a driveway electric wiring.
tit : Emil with power which could come only July 2H. IIJO: Mid-week song and praise servIce O. A. Thrower, Mrs. M. O. Thrower
basement to the disappearing The Vsor: tabulates: Cutlbure: 14,100 ""U ft
from Him. In Glory-For ye are dead, and Wednesday at S p. m. and daughter, Patricia Mrs. C.
leading to the storage Basement: Motor room Laundry -
In dlHciiMstng the period of the your life Is hid with Christ, In God. Ii. Y. P. U. Sunday at 7:30: p. m. B. Varnes and son, Carl, Mrs. W. stairway Complete working! plan J
9 rM e Judges; Moore Hays, "Ha raised up When' Christ, who la our life,'ahall You are Invited to attend our T. Zeigler and little son, Tommy, space In the attic nothing has ", boiler room. specifications of ihlt hnm\\
the judgea who as) his special! messengers alltf been left out yet the house la First floor: Entrance vestibule available for a nominal aunt 1
appear, then shall ye also appear church an$! help maintain public Mr. and Mrs. Dryden Thrower
l Canovrk'1 exceedingly compact and,, econom- with coat closet, living room, dln-
and as exponents of Is- with him In glory.; -Col. 3:3: 4.I'rayel'"Jle worship.Lust Jacksonville\ and Miss Pauline dress the building editor and)
rael's ancestral faith threw off the the prospect ne'ersn Sunday evening Rev. M. C. Crubb.Mr.: ical to build. In appearance It is I'nx room, kitchen. fer to House 11.116Unintentional.

yoke and kindled anew the IIrlal dreary, we shall reap lie fruits Stlth preached for us and we all and\ Mrs. T,' B. Trlest, Mr. thoroughly modern, the overhanging Second floor: Three bed roomsa -

ynC of national spirit and -II ope. * of Joy." enjoyed the service very much. James Trlest and Miss\ Ida pagan porch roof and projecting closet bath. and six closets I Suicide;,
the lines of the the I
d tJ slid Olhnlel delivered Israel from the July' 27, 11hill; were visitors to Starke last Friday bay Attic: (No plan of which is ,.
1.'a corner windows and the detail of Many people arc slowly pout
Ia t,1 MeHopolhamlans; Khud; from the The Christian's Garb--Put on n.U'TIST1.: V. Mr. William Packham of Starke, shown.) surely M d'
themselves just as
the entrance door, all are true to
MonbHes;; )Deborah (and Haruk) therefore, as the elect of God, holy spent Sunday hero with his parents Storage space reached by disappearing drank iodine every morning for to
modern This house is
rv from the Canaanite; Gideon from and beloved bowels of mercies, Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W.M. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pack- the spirit. stairway In second: story "ist.' They are doily nbsortam
!" the Mldlunltes; Jephthuli from, the kindness, humbleness of mind, U. met on Monday of last weekat economical every way--the sim- celling. N xins, or poisons, created by cr: Ammonites: and Samson from! the meekness, long suffering, ForbearIng the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall ham.Author Mlllken of Starke was Ceiling heights: Basement seven tee waste matter in their const!;

.na. j'lIll1 iet:nat." one another, and forgivingone Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, the leader visiting friends here Sunday eve- Mr. J. J. Zeigler and daughter, feet, first floor, eight feet, sec .igcstive systems. Sooner their 1Icl or

Iadan'ens or.vii There are said to have been 12 another If any man have a used as a devotional the 96th ning. Rhoda and Mrs. W T, Wallace ond floor eight feet. bodies.If disease. will conquer

iof these Judges altogether. quarrel against any: even as Psalm, after which all prayed the Mr. nncj Mrs. L. A. Thomas and I were business visitors to Starke Exposure: The plans as shown have speUt hods
The lesson begins "and the Christ forgave you, so also do ye. Lord's prayer. family of Gainesville were vlalt'ng! .. Saturday are for a lot facing south or west. coated you tongue bad breath, lam,
7 t" iha children of Israel again did evil In -Col. 3:12: 13. Plana were discussed for repairIng ,f'. and Mrs. M. Hall Saturday af Mr. William Packham was a For a lot facing north or east the' no appetite, bilious attacks orp
t. d e and the sight of the Lord when Khud Prayer "Whate'er for them the pastorlum. ternoon. business visitor to Jacksonvillelast I plans should be reversed.Lot the back and limbs, you are prol)'
4. Pt was dead. And the Lord sold ye do 0 Lord We do It unto The circle is continuing to make Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and Tuesday. : size: House frontage. 19 ft. Buffering from self poisoning "1"

f, !, r o them Into hand of Jabln king of Thee." articles which are sold to Increase children and his sister, Mrs. W. Miss Eula and Clara Swindell 6 in., side clearance left 10 ft.,' constipation.The 81.IJ'e8tnnrl'phl9ll'herb'

ore t Canaan that reigned In Hazor; July 214, 10:10: the funds. A spend the day party I M. Bender and children of Earl- and Messrs. John Jordan and JI ramie right 4 ft. 6 in.; lot frontage, relief vegetable for this cathartic condition which is actai.

: the captain of whose host was Sis'era The Bond of Perfection-And was planned for our next meetingat ton were visiting relatives here Swindell were visiting at minimum. 34 feet.Conatrlctlon natural Get rf bottle todaj
l'I a h ;r tt which dwelt In Haroheth of above all these things put on char- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee's cottage l iuoday.1'M. '' Earlton Sunday afternoon. : Frame with slue-! Canova way.Pharmacy.!

rder the Gentiles. And the childrenof :;; . . u .
t our e y yore
Israel cried unto the Lord: for
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+ uhll.Z he had nine hundred chariots of THE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZeM

Iron; and twenty years he mightily .
Z; :*! oppressed the children of Israel." **
Joshua did not fully conquer
.3Btrihl )) MY-- -
r Ills enemies who occupied: Pales U'l .

tine. They left large numbers of : HOTCt. 1 KrftL LIVL1tE TABI.G
the hea'then' tribes who afterward UAtIING": t.1 d PApc'Q -=
_' ONe; LW-ID uoa5c5 WR
,caused the Jews great trouble. It X navy WANNAr \\ -=
STRANGER STILL last: ytrllx( Af1GRrooIO
does not pay to compromise with Oar ,++N'-BUT /

; 11 (. people or things or practices which AT LARGEWAVING PLACWSMlTM

*.etd oppose God and his commands.Jabln Cvcrara cLt>& 'I APPLICANTS cad s

i "+ the king who was oppressing CAILC.Q\ PtflOT CuonuSUOROTHY.DABMT u

'/' 4'J loo the Jews, was a descend: RORBACK"' OUO.
$ Ttr ant of the Canaanltes) whom Joshua BULLY BUTCUCC,
a', or'r let remain In Valentine, I II tLCCTGD IDARBMTt
IJ omf"h Aim "And Deborah a prophetess, the 4* SlfcANGrewMO

h N wife of Lapldoth, she Judged Israel .. CA/'C/ TO T&WNVTM
at that time." She was of /\ A WVSTSBIOU' :

L.wu.hto the tribe of Rphrlnm BlMXG. HUMAN
} "And she dwelt under the palm CELT. tt&Ct PRO-
Y dd tree of Deborah and the children TrauCMNd\ ( rCOM: TPEBUNDLE. .

Nor I of Israel came up to her for : ..

//i: Judgment" She held court under ARRlVINd: ON IK' ''i'

the pulm tree on Mount Kphrlun, .' *CCNSof ACtiON .
,. flock" n few miles north of Jerusalem.Deborah i It t /HOWEVER, PINKY'
"sent and called Barak pASs UP T.c,_
l R O t and said unto him go and )+OnOQ .. J..u w...... RnKY

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4,''%' ,v'Uclt! p pt of take the with children" thee of ten Naphtall thousand and men* : By Charles McM n-nl l;

Zebulun. The tribes of Naph- .
ftt tall and Zebulun were in north
i, Palestine and the Cannnnltes lived HELLO HERMAN NO, I "' > HIT QV

Ixlwit between them and the southern DOROTHY; kNooP! AN AUTOMOBILE :
: tes t tribes of Israel. They suffered r '
r, res. %( 'EM'
_VP at most from King Jubln's persecu GOOD MAKE UP DAMACES'? :;;; You COT
f 1' 1.4 1 tiP ions Mount Tabor lies west of I DOrJT ( ,_' AREYoU COlM TO ...0I
a i runt the Jordan and 60 or 70 miles KNOW H MASQUERADEOR
Is north of Jerusalem. Deborah said *
# n You f OR p
Ilaruk "I will draw unto thee
to ,
s .tj . Steers the captain! of Jabln'a V afr*rfiii *- St WWGZ % ? LAIM7L R

army, with his chariots, and his

multitude; and I will deliver him .J .
Into thine hands.. Barak was 4

lumen commander of the Israel ,.L7.
UPS and l Steers commanded the Ca- { (

:j tiaunltes. Of course Deborah was e t

acting as the agent of the Lord *
YS1 In doing and promising these I

dtt: thing:! ie:1
1 1i "And Barak said unto her It b. C '

thou wilt go with me, then wilt I ..
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( jto with thee. -
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1 Misa Leona Padgett of Jasper l Is were in Georgia three days I last half of Northeast quarter Section 13 ir. KINO: his : JAMES lUNG ure suit wherein Funk of Hltarke, a same at publlo outcry '_ _ Wt ,

GRAHAM upending two weeks here with week. -I and Went half of Northwest quarter V. I. JONES; J. L; end MAHYKRl "..porrtlol. Is .omllalnant. and front of the Court House door .
i Section 24 PHKS.COTT and In. Stark, Florida, during the 1
frlendH Township six (6) I S11JNKY .: : A. V. John Toplln Ingall ,, a'
=-> and relatives. Mr. and Mrs A. O. Brown were Hang Twenty (20) ":IMt. ; WASHINGTON PONLBYlFLOSSY ; are ,I.f.n".nl. the undersigned will! hours of vale on the 41 h day of August '. C

& Misses Jeannette and Ida visiting his brother. Drown The ."MeM.n'ent of Maid MAIIKLL PONLKY: 8AMUKL offer for sal and will sell, at the A. l>. 1930, terms caHh. purchaser :
and Mrs. C. B. Roberts, May Henry under the said certificate .. Iuuth'j PUNLiY; and MARION South door of the Courthouse HtStarke paying for title, (
Losule 'Vasdln.visiting Johns of Starke were vls'tlng here who Is seriously 111. In the nama of Jesse Mathl. vUHHnni; ard to Iradf".1 County Florida.itring to-wlt: f"lnwlnc.ald. 4

,C''P8 Miirrhee. Sunday* afternoon Misses Thelma Brown Novella Unless said ,'. shall The unknown heirs, devisees, leg. th. hOlrl of sale on Situate. lying and being In Brad- ,, "
? l In Lake Butler SUfl deemed according to law tax deed of 1>AVU> PUN- Monday, the 4th day ,' A"luI. A. I.. fold County. Florida, soil described ,t. '
Miss Novella King of Hampton King were In Starke Saturday.Mrs. will Issue there on the.18th day of 'LKY.ureos or deceased grantees; and toThe 1930, the highest biddermr as Three acres, In the Southwest cor ;'
I A. I). 110. cash the described tier of Southwest quarter of Nrth'z\
Lyons and daughter. Veda AII".t.
unknown grantees \
BL Lizzie Dryden and daughK'artha. was visiting Thelma Brown Sat i t this 18th day of July A. 1'). assignees.tockhold.r.. lands lying IliudfurdCounty. west quarter Sntitlon .13, Towimhlt' .: '

returned from Ceor- urday evening. who have been visiting Mf. and 19.10. COMPANY. ,'n a corporation Florida, to-wlt: Six South Hang 21 Neat, lylntc r ".J''.
) Mrs. R. M. Johnson returned to n W. .%.M.DKHMAN under tlie Laws anlo ;; and to South half of Southwest! quarter West (.f the Hiiilroad.% .
TrlJay where they have been Miss Edna William* and Ard- Clerk of l'lr"ul 'outt. The several and respective husbands of to"thw..ttna.t.r of Section 9. W. .1. KPPiiirtOI. _ C "

the past month. ath McMlcken of Waldo were visiting Macclenny Sunday to visit her lion, hradfur ttnty. 1lorh' and wives of all the natural ...wnA"If.\ (I, .llh.", 33 Knst Sheriff' Hradfnrc Cuitnty.Florldn.Attorney "I I,
Ing before - . the ..url' 1. 1. Z :.
-v returning to her home at who herelnabove or '' .f .at.ry.Inl
Mrs. L. C. Smth: nula here Satll'day afternoon. '' persons are decree. I _ _ "i:
and' South hereinafter named as. In .RI.I fil' Complainant. !
I. nay. d.f.Itt.
Padgett Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Averna Padgett of 13, M. JOHNS,'KC'ii.. ) t. ;
OCCon Maggie this cause anti the na.,. Special Master.D __ __ _ __ C I
Brown were visiting Mr. and Gainesville spent the week here. We have church here every \()'l'lCB: 6)!' .\""" !"'I''r: severally and respectively are except N. KNIOHT and It V. KNIGhT ----- .. '. .'" *

night. Everybody cordially invited as herein upoclflcally Itatf.I, I. 3i 'S'I't'it "
\OTICI<: fi55SlIM
Brown Monday.r. Mr. A. U. Brown and son, J. B. unknown, and to Attorneys 1.1 Complainant.
Henry to attend. Uev. Notice Is hereby Riven that the 7-4-M-S-l. : ,
. Preaching by Tay- '
Haltwanger au1HI were t transacting business In Jacksonville All having or .lalnlnl any '
1" Tax ppr."n.
.. Assessor of the Cllv of J
r. n lor of Hampton. tl.rk. I Interest In the fi low i d"H"'I. : "
j' : ot Jackaonvllle were vlslt- Saturday.Mr. 'I".hla. has filed with lands, In Bradford County, l'lorld., \oricn Hereby notice ) that under C :
Don't forget Sunday school Sun CI.rk tax assessment roll for 1930, 1''f1
, .
t Saturday afternoon. Leonard and Ezzel Dryden All to-wlt: and by vlr'u. of I finalIieh'i'u'e ti
to file
| desiring c'etaln
. : here day morning at 10 a. m. Methodist I.rlon.make complaints Kust: Half of Southeast Quarter of In the Circuit Court of the Twen of foreclosure , bv the . ,
- - --- Church. Three o'clock. will or submit req'H..t for writing correction to- South' west Quarter < t't Vc>f SE'' of ty-Slxttt Jmllclnl 4 11.,1 of Florlttn Judge' of t the Twentv-slxlh.Judicial I- '.',
JtEPORTOFHONDTRUSTEESReport .am. \ Half of Northeast Quarter and for In
Kast County:
the % It'U.r. Circuit In and for Hradford C.unty. .;
tax to 6th I _ _ _
193i), at aM.t."r which 1'11.1 City AUll.Mt will : of Southeast, Quarter (QI of "hnw.ry. "'Iorhl., In Chancery on the let day ':.j
of the Board of Bond Trustees of Bradford Coun- Southeastern convene as a tm. nf equalisers Co..dl toexan.iiie NK Panama City said assessment. roll. and Io.lhw..t Qlarl.r of Southwent AlvarVs and against A. K. (' ."*. '

florida, for six months ending June 30th 1930. t'paimt Association held annual C. F, HOOVKU. Quarter "," Quarter vs. et al ( .f.ld.anll. the undersigned, .r"'
Attest (HWl. of M'.t'$4> of S\Vt4). of Section 11. M. UI NS IO'I'T. et al., as Special ;1..r.' for salw .
General Fund meeting here recently. C. A. FUTCII.: Chah'm.n. Twelve (IS>: In 1OWNSIIIP I Nltllt'i'K : I lefendHlltK.Order In front of the ".url wil"r door In ;; "

Orange county, Florida ships City Clerk. 7-18-3t-8-l. ( ) SOU''U. KANC110 TWKNTY-TWO or I'uhllcnllim.I.V "'lrk. Florida, on the 4th of Aug .- .;:
MKCKIPTti 23) Knst. \ ThE NAMK] OF TIIK STATIC OF D. mill( t<> the highest ami '
solid carload fruits of '
11. 1930, auto license 11.32 WlllCUKAS, on the 22nd day of FLOKIPX : best bidder, for cH h the i'
ary 11 1930, Ks tax -._ 923.49 every4B2 minutes of day and April, l'J.10, the above named Complainant It and th* undersigned descrlond properly' .'lying fol"wlng .l
JUry iL 19JO autO license ._ 2137.64 >oTicn IIled, his duly sworn Bill ofComplaint al.I..I.ln" In < \ :
-- .1 tUi) a" styled court Bradfoid County, to- j
rU8rY night. Orlando
Orange Kchoea. .VI .I..I.
auto .. .1031.80 I In the entitled .
15. 130.!' Icen.. ------------------------- ahcv. hereby finding. t Unit process of Summons wit: 1,1/
I ""CC'J 31. 19.10 gas' -._.,-._._. 740.00 Panama City Hrewton Service Notice hereby 'given to nil persons cause, the MAmp.IIK a suit to quiet In l.ha".y. Issued bv t h* All lots Two (3) and Four ((4of > C "> (
auto licence- .._-.- 110.99 cotittim against you.and I hereinafter Block Fifteen ( It ), and I the West .llJ
I, 1910. Station on Harlrson avenue havh.1 clnlms <>f any kind or .tabUMh a. Clerk of this Court against the .\\M.
12. 113H. tax -V _____- 143.90 the llrndford CountvHank each of you as d.f.udan' In ilnmeMlo i coiporiktlons Forty feet six lii) ami. EIght, _ _ _
JJ': 1930. gas tax -------------------7.----------------------< 292.00 under new management of Morgan ( AI.h.t", thnt unless aid cause. the. title th. th nnn.. .< I ..,1 rIApI..t v. (8) of dUfl Fifteen < !.-,> Recording _ _
il 1930 gas tnx -Int. refund 73.44 29:1: .65 Wesley and Jack narber. such claims are 'lorII." to the plulnaitt to and to have the complainant l"gal residencies and 1'II', .. to map or plat nf tile
.,20.' 1930. auto license -_?___--.nt. refund 7.00 80.94 Liquidator of Hank. within 13 ; decreed to be the owner of biiHtnesN of whl.l\ ore In I ha original I tu\vn I.ra'stnrke, subject 1.
Arcadia Ten new streetlights .ah' In fee simple soil to the however. In: Wall
months from, the date of this notice fntt.,1 Counties, In the State of KlorklH, renervatlons fir
Total l receipt -- -- --.-- ?-. .-$6006.63 will be Installed In this same will be foevnf barred under posNe-snlnn of, the Hill it.'l't'bait pp "1'lf.l. cannot be served ns ulatecl II ileed tr"o ovl.l _ !
I-.II I HSKMKVI <* the provisions of Chapter T935 Laws and hereinatlove, described, \lo whichsnld hei'iuine t h. 'and agents I nf llayncn & 't' ire t., N. B 1ul. ditleil w'I
jUM1Y 6TH 19.10 place at early date. of Florida. bill I tho sit i1 Complainant has each of said corpoiHllons are unknown May I IN. 19(11( und ""'",' Hook I ;.

trustee mpetnl. December ._____________--______- 3.00 Bay Harbor -, Work on gigantic \0.. will present nil claims to theIlnderslgn.Il Hied I Pertain amendments on June I II mid, t that, the SherllTs of sutd, I No. IU on ruse I. An*. loth IIMft. I. ,
luyne. tru.t. mettlnl. December ......-....__....- 8.10 Liquidator at 31 1930, auitI whereas In and bv said Counties I t hive se\ernllv ILd ,respectively Public 1.1., Irn.lf"rl County ;. I.
trustee December .......__.___.__..______ paper mil being prtt.tell by Flurlda. Jt.rke. I Hill, and tho said, Amendmentsthereto ret uuu'ned i snld wl'll with the State with list \

\. W..k.salary for December __________________.-_u_________ .5 0.01 Southern Craft Corporation here JOS. rj. WlLSONLliiui.lator. I the following named persons case of I th" Inn hlllt sere onsame. ten..nt. tiemdltaiiivnts and alo-| _ _ _
C Futch., pay rolls _________ .---___.___________________.___ J7I.Jl Ttrndfnrd County and .orporaton.are also ral.p"'I.1 . Nlit\ TH' KHKFOKK: !: purlenances thnreiinto h.lo.o"1 or __....1 i'4-\j, '
K at SI.rke.( Hank, pay rolls _---_.__________________.___ 773.27 progressing rapidly. 1..k.Stark. .I.f."dalt this cause, To: NAINJtl'] ( 1'0$i I'AN1., a cnr- In any vilte ,. 't ,
ford Service Station. supplies ________________,__ .____________ 30H.17Vimn's Branford Florida Power Corporation Starke, Florida July 10.. 1930.) . H. IIKNNHTTi WALTMKPONI.RYl 1""," on". y Flnr. 18.] M. JOHNS. t" .
.hs Supplies and repairs _.._....__-,--_-..-.-_.-- 4,30f' over 7-1 lOt95.'k..5 MARY I. I; F. tin : nnd .'I.III.O I.ANI &l.M.MIOIIATION Special *""'"r' I 'I"J. .
Tomde.laral. rent ___________.._._.___.._...-.-._-__ 1000- took local power KH'KLITKH I anil ,bA'C, t'UJI.\NY. 'orp\'lton. u KHAtna. I r:C ,t.,
lie Company. repairs .._____ .____________ ________ 9.93 plant. E\IN 1'1: rOB IA N Y. .coi ,". of I Duvnl (' \"Iurhlal! Solicitor for Compliilnant. .

.dnrd. HII'h( ny, gras and oils ___,_ ____________.______-__ 33.63 OF FINAL' I IM II.tllttll and 11.011'fANn. &IMMU1HATION You. and ..I'h .r. here l by 7-i-St-g-l. I '
repairs _____________________._ 910eriinn : .orlJralh'n 11.1 oumm.t.1, | ami required I appear - ----- .
Colley. ---------------- I
i r'. Brothers, repairs ._________________*___.?___.....___.... 7.25 StI.H OF OMX Sixty days after dote hereof, on the nmtimlvd(Complainant II.vlll h* .aid believesthat fin the itule. liity; In Auguwt, 111310 U. :tiiin: NOTK'11] of 1 "
Telephone Company. phone service _...____....___...... .85 to-wlt: the 6th day of August, 1030( as I there me tat.d In I liiteroHted t".wl. the 4lh lily of AUlnHt. 1:1. ,1'1'1 KILN ,) m\
.k". iBlit and Water Plant water service' __....-._.>.....-____. f.Ur The Hoard of Public Instruction t, the undersigned administrator. williresent it I the 1'.r.unM property htlnl" In 'f.n,I the ubove .. __ .
I C Jones __u___________ ______.___ _________ 1.2 of Bradford County Florida, will mv v".h.. and final account said suit wtumu. names and, placc-s cif, t II.", .h..11 Ih.above named Coiii- ,
Wilt and juPPle.I... n____________.______________________ receive bids at the olllce of Superintendent to lonorabl. Oeo, A. residence are nrverally unknuwn to I l'l'IUI"1 t ...kl ti a quiet I Illl est at'i 1p.hy'noll'e, Is given that under

glee, Mo dv. gradp.part. ____________==_-____________________ 21 ((15L of Publlo of' nardln.r. "..n 1.II. Brad ford the and 1 the complainant 1, i In 1 good, it ml I I"I.t..lbl., Ito I a, vlrlu. of I that certain Onciiia're ro.
C I' lialney. lumb.r ______--______________ __..__--_.__.... 25.20 Ilradford County InMtru.ton, County, Florida his approvaland I complalnitnt has minis diligent I I hit I se.t. rehalli (ce Mlm\d. his h... .. . of force.inure! innde. b. i HIM k .
Lumber Company. bridge lumber __________.__u_________ 4(1( ((10 16. 1 at 12 M. Flnrhl.(, the AuK.' at the same time will ask for : Inquiry:; for the names of such 1 !lain ida, land whl::i h In Hrndford;l scrlh: County d I rhIn Jldl. of 2illli' Judicial' Circuit In _ _ _ \.

'CCI Ih'. Unrage tractor parts ______ _..._______. ____....__ 6.35 V31.. $7,000.00 o'.I"'k nf bonds of Hump-l1r- my discharge as Administrator ol and, could not obtain i Ih.m. t the, < are nf < at Iu: In.1 I Bradford" t'.uIIY.'h.ll"I i In If
. the estate of J. M. Maxwell deceased. I'"r.un. Complaint Chancery on the A. J
111 .
Company tractor parts .______.__, 143.06
district No. 2 ofBratlford to such of the unknown
rmnn TlaCor -- -------- ton sub-school as .Id cause*, to svcuri a dcre D. I : In favor of Bradford .l

KBimUAIlY 14. 1930 January: _____________'______.___.___ ______- f on hon)" shall County be In denomination Florida. Said of Tills, 6th dnv of June. Itcio.) persons by the a Complainant. are known or to believed be valid neither of' said c". i'|>r tlons, bus.any' ty 1lk. a cUI'pnralon and against 1'.ln- ,. '<br /> <br /> layn.l.. m".lnl, January _______________________________ J f.IO 00 each and bear date of July W. II. MAXWELL heirs. devisees legatees or grantees In ..r.. .Ie. rlll.t., or .John M Ad"iIIMtrntor. etu.t ;. ;<br /> or part defendant<br /> Weeks" _..______________________________ $.1 19.10((: with Interest at the rate of 6-0-31.8-1. Administrator of a person dnceanod whose name hIknown thereof Mlil IlldH. ) al, *, ,<br /> : further<br /> A.. Futch Salary for January ._____--__..-._________________ 60.00 15 1-2 per cent per annum, payable on -- --- --- to Complainant, the : .Ud I I. this order ba pub us front Special of M..t'r wil offer for .al. ,.":t tIn<br /> <br /> '\M Lumber Company bridge lumber ._____...___.._____._,- ISO.00 the 1st day of July and the let day NOt'ICVl OF FIN.\l, 1)1 tll<;iO name of rhtr.. Is stated In the IMI..I'"Jllhlt for the period of starko. Florida the, on". I the house 41 h of Ann In _ __ .. .;<br /> <br /> ,|fv and Davis pipe --------------.-----.----,--, -----, 16J.SO'of Jan. of each year and said bondsto said bill; ,and the Complainant having ((4> consecutive weeks In The list. A. 1>., r.KUl: to the highest and [<br /> ______.__....._.;_ _,.___ ,. does<br /> Wall on Insurance >- - 24 due and payable as fol In said stated that he liiadford County, Telegraph, a newspaper best bidder for<br /> premium tints hil cash ItiH<br /> ( Sixty' days after on followliiM I :<br /> Culvert Company corrugated pip ____.-___-___ .9 : h.r.of. hot know, )has not been able to published: : : and, having, I generalcirculation described l\I '<br /> 1.tal ts-wlt 5th of lying and<br /> \r'. rel.alr. ____________.._-___.._______ ,-_- 8.45 One thousand dollars on July 1st, I the: the day administrator AuguHt ascertain by .diligent: search and Inquiry in County.Florida. In Bradford property Klorldu. b.lnl \ ,<br /> ? __ .____ _________ > undersigned certain JuUurl t..nly. i .<br /> Company tractor parts __ _. 8.0rF. j 1935. and' one thousand dollars July will vouchers and final whether p.on. at Ilia ,point where the West .I'<br /> Kinan 1. Onllcy. repairs- __-_n_____________.___...__.____-_________- .JOM I, of each of the years 1936) to 1941, account present to the my Honorable George A. known by name to him and believed HONK: ANn OHPIOItKP:' : III Chambers H"lll.f the Northosst quarter of the .,1; ;"<br /> ninnchard, supplies _____.__________________________. -__ 481 Inclusive.Tli County Judge of Brad by him be Interested In the lands at "I.rke. .'l"rld., this lIMhdny Southeast Section I-r<br /> ode Tlltch Company repairs _____.___..__________________ principal and Interest of said I n.rclner. Florida for his approval Iu .said hii. and horelnabove, de of II I. Township 7, h. Kange 31 Hast t.t. ;<br /> I ,t.ronn Brothers repairs ---- ------------------------------- I.JO b.nel. shall be payable at the ol'e forl and at the same time will H'rl.e.l. d..d. to have been In. A. VS. APK1NS crosses the 1.1 .tl.r 'llradfonl, ' '<br /> r.palr. _______-_________ _______._-_____ of Chase National Hank In the I ask for as administrator In said h.nd. are dend or (SKA) Circuit Judg.) County Highway 19. said mint ; .,<br /> 9' (arale.., and repairs .______.__.____________ 132.79- of New York. State of New York.All .' of mv the discharge estate of K. B. Byrd, alive and. havlnw made said P A I true copy: being masked with No a permanent, reference ;t1<br /> lu".lol .___.____._____ 8.82 I If alive I and, If dead, the severaiand I 'I t. '<br /> fill C. Jones _____._______..__...- : bids are to be accompanied by deceased. O. W. ALDKItMAN. monument and run thenc ""<br /> ndard Oil Company, gas and oils ____________._____________ 105.90W. cash or certified check for 5 per cent This 6th day of June, 1930.MArUOIUK respective, d.vl..e. legatees Clerk Circuit Curt 1 Kasterly, along I Ihe South of ?" .<br /> supplies --___-__________________________________ 2.00 J of amount bid. Board reserves right F. BYRD or Iranl.el such pennons, In and for Ilradford County, said road UN5 .1.ISO . "1':<br /> Knight R" on tax collections ____________.-...--__-________ 140.85 to reject any or all bids.II. 6-8-tt-X-l Administratrix.NOTICK parties ,. to the mild Bill: I Florida. feet to shore" Llttl '._ _ _ 1<br /> rke I Telephone Company phone service _______.______________ J.JJ I). MAY.A. and lh* complainant, havlll In said, By II.NI'11 ALDRIIMAN.Deputy' Huiita th. Ih.. In. f.. alone 'HAlf' :'<br /> 'h'. Service Station, supplies _____________________________ -- J. <TIFFIS. Chairman bill prayed for r.lot "laln"t all Clerk. the margin. of salil. Lake Westerly to the West ,<br /> nn.dtord 7-18-61-8-15. OF MAMTKH'a 532.5.8Notice having or Interest .( 1.lf<br /> .. Hank pay rolls persons any boummry of the Northeast 'luarte'C., ;:<br /> County. __ ____ 69172iknofr In said lands: NOW THICUK- of the Southeast quarter, thence 't'<br /> '<br /> '! SIark.Clark Kht0of"w"ay"adJUBtrBtatrfrm"ro"al( __IIII-I- 10.01 AOTICH TO) IIHH>KHS Is hereby given that under FOHH: North to point of beginning. all In , .".,4,,:y.. '<br /> Mnttle. Cowart right o( way settlement state farm road ______ and by virtue of that certain final You and each of you are hereby '"" the Northeast quarter, of the *South '<br /> I E Matthews right of way adjustment .state farm road ______ 14000 decree of foreclosure made July 1st notified, coiniiiaiidAd) and required' to .I"1 -LI vast quarter, of Unction 33. Township _ _ : i','<br /> I. Moore, rlgh of way settlement state road road -._____ 100.00 Sealed proposals will be received A. D., 1910, by Honorable A. X. Adkins appear on the Hule natf In August 7. Mouth, Itunge 21 .East, lying and I ,<br /> from general contractors for the re- Judicial Circuit 19.10, the same d the tinder and virtue of being In llrndford, f<br /> !MARCH 4th. 1930: Judge of the Ztlth an execution e."uly. ...;<br /> trustee meeting. February _._____________________ J 8.01 pair alterations and additions to Court In and for Bradfordcounty. 4th day of A 11".t. 1930, to the Bill 'IssUed bY of the ( Court together with all riparian 1.lor.l. '<br /> ..<br /> layn. trustees meeting February ._______ .n__ ________ .JJ" the present Junior High School Florida In that certain of Complaint am"d.d filed h.r. of Bradford County 'Irc'ul Florida ., together, with the tenement i "o'th.r.I. .<br /> & _____ _______ Building at Hampton. Florida. in against you; and then and thereto judgment .<br /> Weeks. trustee meeting. February ______ -- -- 6,01rkl cause wherein It. II Th.d. la complainant upon a certain therein *, heiedltamenla( and appurtenances "<br /> Company phone service ______nn________ All bids shall be addressed to th. and Mrs Llllte Cone, widow receive and abide by silch Judgment entered on the ch..ry side Ih.r. thereunto ...lolgln.or In ,.' :<br /> Telephone " bo..r1 of Public Instruction. Bradford and defendants the and d..rp. a. .ail Court shall of on the vth May, A. I). 1930, any wise 8 h. ;<br /> \A.Knight Flitch salary com.I on for tal February collections I --=::::::.-:::::::::::::::::::: g"zi'lj: county. In care of the Ar.hltect.and undersigned. oth" Special are ( Master, have considered In 1 behalf. Arl In favor of dIY Iou-t4enta.t t.'ul.r. l'I''lt.II I]. M. JOhNS 1 i ": '<br /> <br /> _________________ filed with A. J. Orlflls, SuperIntendent wil this you ale not t to omit I pat itt agulnst .<br /> W Morgan wind shield glass _______.__ soil for cash to the highest and said i iWi\ .ml.llln.nt Kil' t'haI.r.t.f.n''It Special Master "' ,<br /> ,it/orrt County Telegraph advertising __-?..-_______________ -9.11 of Fubllo Instruction at bidder In front of the Court House : of the Complainant's being I have upon I J. U FIIAZKR. ? !<br /> ,lard Oil Company. gas and oils ____________-._____________ 'i. 10:0(1: ( o'clock a. m.. and to be openedat door In Ptarke, Bradford county taken as confessed against you. d..rlb.c land as I the Solicitor for Complainant.' .<br /> C. Jones, ___._______________._...___._________ 1.82 13:00: o'clock noon,. on the 16th on Monday the Fourth day IT IH FtJRTii Nit OKDKIIKM] ; That properly of t .t"1\ King, JOSEPh, R] WILSON, '' :. .<br /> "Ilt Hardware .upple.. Dynamite caps, etc. __________________ ,5 81.38 day of August 1930. ('Iorlla.IKuRt. A. I>. 1930, d.rlnK; thelegal this Notice 1 and Order of Publication C 'hl..I.r. and I \I the _Liquidator" 1-f-n'--I. ,'j :<br /> _________ Each bid shall be accompaniedby bo published onc'e a week for four - nr'<br /> ,PS Lumber Company. bridge lumber i,___,__________ 12 hours of sale, for the purposeof -<br /> II. Ilanrhard. supplies ___________________.__________________ iftRS.? sum certified of $ O.OO bidder's payable, check to the In architect the. satisfying said final d.'-'.. the (4) con.e.ulv. we.k., in a newspaper the Bradford IOTI'I I 7'Nutlc<br /> I<br /> 'I described real ly :<br /> tractor parts -.------------------ estate -<br /> Rltch Company _____ ___-______________________ J JJ1i Frank FrIn.ner.I guarantee that folowlnl being In Bradford county published and, having general t'ir- I. hereby given that the tolowln.described lands will h* sold '<br /> Company -<br /> i,rd.demon's( Garage, repairs rpair._____?-____-.--.----________--__________ a_ a contract will be entered who Is Into awarded between . Florida: "II"I"n. In Bradford County FlorWITNKM.J .t public auction on the PIKMT ( AUCI., 1990, It being the 4th _,<br /> <br /> repairs __________ ___-_______-__-___-_ S nnnlth's the contractor of Northeast of said Courthouse. Door<br /> Oarage tractor R.78 the work and the Hoard of Pub. The TCnKt hal quarter : mv hand as Clerk and dny' month before the at HlarWe, In (<br /> _______________ ______ _____-_____-____ East side . fralfor<br /> F. Coley. repairs _______ .?< lie Instruction of Bradford county. and a'.r.. on the sesl of said Court this 118th day oounty Htate of Florida, or much thereof as will C 54<br /> ____<br /> ..._____....__<br /> re, supplies and repairs J. within 6 days. And the contractorwill of West half of Northeast quarterIn of June, 1930. the amount due for ta xis set opposite the same, together with the cost C<br /> A. ___._ ---------.--------- J 5"W Section Seventeen ( Also One of suilt sale and C. :<br /> - SEAL udvtrtmrig. A. K.N1UIIT Tux Collector.trtrlfllam .<br /> / ----------- execute and file with A. J. (Irlfns. ( ) .C<br /> Monlelh'L"upplle. ______ (1.<br /> / ___,.. ________ .<br /> _<br /> and Northwest<br /> repairs of<br /> -, acre In Northwest (I. W. T.._ _ _<br /> of Scnools a security <br /> lih'i Andrew. .upple., eupple. ___ ___.____-____..-____._________inSsSnlford / Superintendent bond for 100 cent of the quarter of Northwest quarterIn Clerk of ALOpnIAN., Sec. T II A Owner A t.....<br /> County. Bank. .____.___________------------- If per the successful Section Sixteen (18), In and fur Ilradford County.Florida.<br /> "mk of Starke pay rolls'ay___rol.__________-________.__._______- 98.82 contract contractor price.falls to execute said con- beginning at Nort hw.t"e."rlhet oorn.r of. ai'rrs In KM Cor of Lot II C<br /> rode Hitch Company. Chevrolet Truck ___________ ________ tract and then the amount of said section and run ,'" Mouth II LA NCI IH ALPKItMA.V.: : At 1-3 acre In HW t..r of .L. '<br /> <br /> W Andrew Jr.. Ford truck n________._____________________ 854.50E. the bonl.. ,' will be paid to 140 yards. East 3 yards, being a ) Deputy Clark.' I.t.t U . .--- 7 7 t Ilradfoid, County Hunk 31Ilradford '<br /> Torode. warehouse rent ___. ..__.....-_____-______________ in.uuAMUL the ar'hit..t.. after other expense tIP Two acres length and one- )frH.f.l10WPW.. ) 10.acres W of" My In NV of : .<br /> 1930 the Board acre l In width., I.ot I all of Lots *<br /> 4TH. : by<br /> trustee meeting. March ___....___-.._-..____________ 5 00 of In'nr""d II such us adver. Also the Southwest quarter of Jark..nvl.for Complainant.. a & I '______NW _______18 7 County Hank 67.2 _ _<br /> layne.. trustee meeting. March ________________n_________ 1. ; Publc In.truelnn.. Southwest quarter of Section Nine Soldl" N'ii of Ni':' N'/n' ..f. HI,, 2 10<br /> A. Weeks, trustee meeting March -._____-__._____________ nn'oo 6,00 L.1 ni. prlnlng. will be returned (9)) and the Southeast quarter of ,7..6t-8-1" of NEt\ Tens I iti're for -i<br /> <br /> Putch salary for March __________________________________ S"- any retaln.d deduction when contract Southeast quarter of Section Night th---------------- 1 < 1 119 N. P. Green ___ .. $l." Cln5aC, (<br /> 1. farm road ___________________ 2621 All of the above In Township 'I'U'1<br /> state ((8))<br /> Alderman. Reed is signed and bond by J( I.i.tx 6 In 'V""d.I.wn _ _<br /> de.dl .In" ) 1 10 12 P<br /> __ fled<br /> ____________________ I 1<br /> .__<br /> 1.10 Seven South Twenty<br /> idford County Telegraph advert.lnl ____1____________________ successful bidder. be (20) (7) Hunl. _ __ .______._..20MS I .1 60 llrndford County Bank S5. 4<br /> sign and can<br /> E. :rl.k.on. stop ______ .____ ________._____--- 30.10W. Plans specifications j..t.D.. B. KNK1HT. In Circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth Judicial of HIof "Wl,. M Vi,<br /> r on truck J { obtained from the architects or at J. .____. . .<br /> of JI4V'V. 32n 40 II. Moore<br /> In.uranc. ______ *, of M014 HWV 72.94 4<br /> .Walj lumber __________________.___ 20.01J.Or..n. the oltlce of the Superintendent otSchool. Special Master Clr'nl.i Or"lf"'el County I _<br /> nwrlJht.rld"e farm road _________ __________ 25.00 deposit of $25.00 A. S CIIKWS. state ( In Chancery. \ ofNK'4 NW<4 of IMR"4 _ _<br /> hou.e. .tat. _________.___n___________ ) ) upon a when and Solicitor for iYftflnant., te.SSll'J PIUCK.Complainant:. of NWU of t<br /> ,y.a Lumber Company tractor. parts ____________________ 16175ritman sam to b* returned plans In good 1 v 7-4-St-S-f. ', Si !-N.I'l"._-_--u( 23 IS Hradford County Hank IDAS N<br /> <br /> Tractor tractor Company repairs _____ ____.___._ ___________ 4S7. specifications are returned UVPHICK I.lf WI. .. __.___--2 I 22 40 F. 1.1.0"1 u_ 4.9- , ,.'<br /> shnp<br /> lh'i Garage, nu______:__________ _________ J 1.52 of Schools will If. 1' "W' MW'i' Aof 5t4 I C ,<br /> The Superintendent #<br /> III.y i and Davis' .upple.and--oils _____________________________ 6.81 file for general NOTICR VltDTKII'll: 1\M-J Defendant. f HVVtv of "_ _ .<br /> mdard Oil Company, _____ have set on .. by altldavlt appended .c _ ___ __ _n 25 Ilradford County Hank 4<br /> service _________-__ ____ will be out to Notice Is hereby given that under .appearing S\ve -- 1.2 ,<br /> .Irks Telephone Company house rent phone________________________________ ,n no but same contractor.not' given and by virtue of that certainfinal to the \bill Hied In the, above sfateicause 1of'\ NE'4 of ME _____1 I .0 F. II. I-ony _.__--_. _. Is. '<br /> E. Torode ware __________ s.75 any decree of foreclosure made that H L. Price t th* defendant 83 "Wood-<br /> ___________________ reserved to accept la .<br /> F. Colley: repairs _,_ -----;;__ 7.85le'h'a Th right July 1st A. P. 1910, by HonorableA. therein named; , reskienco Is unknown lawn _ ., ___ _____.2 I 22 30 Ilradford County Hank 2114 _ _ _<br /> C, Jones. .up\lel __._supplies--------,--.-.-.-__--_-_-_-_-_-__-i_-_-_-_-_-_-_-n--_-_________ 2A5.OS any or 'by any the or Hoard all: proposals of Pub 7.. Adkine. Judge of the Zflth Judicial and that he Is over the age Lots (5 40 WoodLot .5 'C<br /> for this 4 .<br /> Service Hlatnn. rolls _______*________________ 781.93itlford of Bradford County. circuit CUlrt. In and for of twenty-one y.arll; It Is thereforenrdereI lawn - f -"-"- It 12n 40 Bradford County Hank 3414 a, 4'<br /> <br /> '1 nk of Starke County pay______________________________________ 72131. llo Inltruct.n FHIMMBH. Bradford county. Florida In that that .ulel deendalt H. 1,. 3 In Wn<iilIitw"n ----_' tiII 10 Hradford County Hank KAI I .,<br /> pay rol. 'HANK Architect. certain cause wherein J. W. Andrews I'rlue be and he Is r"'lllred W,X| of MW',4 of Ml I(!'i ii 23 Zfl J. If Bitch Jr. ._ I3 *t<br /> <br /> MAY 8th 1930: April ______?_-______-____-______._ 8.00 Tampa and Punedln Flu. Is complainant and M. L. to appear t'. the complaint K'i of HWVi of NEV4 ----- II 6 22a 20 Ilradford County Hank 11.93 't<br /> trustee n In said<br /> () for divorce filed or<br /> & on<br /> layne. m.etn. Johns the undersigned -<br /> __.___. ---------------------- II. I>. MAY Chairman. dpf."I.nt. "all. HW, nf of of 't ,<br /> NK14 NKVi<br /> warehouse Apri__________________-____________ 1000ETorode. 5000 A. J. UHJFFIS.superintendent.. of Public cash. as to Special the J..ter. will best sell bidderIn for ,.fnr.. A. Mond.y I D. lino,otherwise Ih* 4th day the allega August HK'4-- - ----- ------2] 22 B Mrs. F.llle Howe .. . . 491 .f ,<br /> <br /> A. salary for April' i' rc TXSrI' .00rinVrSw1. Hoard I front of the Court Hotin door In lions of said bill will be taken a. NM of NK'4 of NK'4' of a ,<br /> k.FHard Company encV WTrVlUmp"- Instruction. 7'1.&t.81.OTI'J gEts nW'i I 22 B B. 8. 81 Icon SOq,<br /> 1 6 12 l4tarke. Bradford county Florida on confessed by said -------- ---- _ _ '<br /> pipe. etc. --------------------------6. ) ; Monday the Fourth day of August, It I I. further ordered that order of- NW4! of HWS ICxN I )<br /> lavl. ."Atttt and __..__---- ---( 1 5 --------------3 6 12 16 Unknown _ . 13.33 L U<br /> acres<br /> .. rfpalra > OK fLfCTI A. D. 1930. during the legal hours of be publliiheil once a week for _ _<br /> f. --.-------------------- connecutlve weeks In the Bradford All Wl of NK'nt $E'4 '. ,a"<br /> four<br /> -- f.85 of ,<br /> (ol.y. repair- __ ____..._ ___--__ them the sale, for the purpose satisfyingsaid . . t3t<br /> Garage supplies and repairs By power vested In final decree, the following described ('oun.Telegraph a newspaper H of road ---,--------2.1 1 22 0 Mrs. Ein Howe :<br /> <br /> 1,>rk. Telephone Company. phone service --,----_--__-_________ 181. Hoard of public Instruction of Bradford real ..111. lying and being published said county and state. portion of K'4' of NK'4 of p a ,<br /> C. _____"*" "" County Florida. hereby .111. This day of A. 930.I. _ _ ,<br /> Jone., supplies ---.r- 7J.20 In county Florida: > 30th lnd HKV] lying S of Hlarke '<br /> CC" ard OH Company gas and 01. _--*.___--_-- ---*'" "---116.91r an election to b* held August 11th Uraelfort nt the Southwest cor (I. W.u.iI: ) ; Mlddlebiug public road- fri .C<br /> <br /> man Tractor Company -._.--___________-_ 743,1H. 1930 In Starke sub-school& no Ipglnnlnl. Webu's lot on) Madison (Seal) Clel Court.K K.7I feres ... .. -....21ttKV ii 12a 13 J. A. Hows ...... . it 40' s, l<br /> U"dd. truck rppA II'n__ ______ 4I26ves No. 3 to determine whether or sub-not street thence running West with M. JOIINH. : of NWW' _-_ .. .... .24 33 40 8. I,, fvek ..J 43.OH I'<br /> _._ Hoa-ftraln IIC<br /> Ca Lumber Company 1200 they Hhall receive Madison street, 120 feet, thence Solicitor for Complainant. AlI4W4ofV4itnfCs-! ,,<br /> ,demon's Uarage supplies and repairs __-.---___ T.23 school district No. 17 to be consolidated North 105 feet to "". O. Holllngs.. 7-4-St-l-l iul 28 0 12S3 7 Arthur Wood _- 55,15 t<br /> <br /> rode Ritch Company, Vepalrs ?_?________________ --*-- ?.00 with them to elect the three amountof trustees worth's 'lot, thence Kant: .120 feet to Lots ( I of Illk Original _ _ _ ,,,<br /> lth' labor on tractor - and to d.t.rmln. Northwest corner of-I, C. lot. .<br /> Garage, W..b. Town of Starke In NKVt '<br /> 7 7'CC ,<br /> ___ 12.51 ( NOTIfHIn<br /> :rh'H Service Staton. .upple. -- mlllage tp "IMtrlct.H a.aln.t thence Mouth 105 feet oft.sglnnlng. of SWti ----------------5 6 8. reek .. 34 14 ' ," C<br /> -<br /> --- --<br /> nk of -------------" ---- -"Vgg the said con.olllat.,1 all In the Town of -<br /> -- .<br /> Starke 1011 -------- '53idford Chairman.A. W 31 ft of Ixits 2 4 of hIlt C<br /> ,<br /> -- --<br /> Cr County rolls --- -j------ Stark Circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth 19 Original Town of<br /> :'<br /> Haynes.JUNE 3rd. 1930: meeting" for Mar ___________-_--______ 3 j.00 noH .For J. a the purpose. .of. holding said quarter Also the of South. hal of .Southeast and six Stale Judicial..f' "flr"lt.'Iorld. Bradford Jn Chancery.County, Htark NK'/t of HWU ...21 a 22 Bradford County Hank 417.11 _________' U<br /> <br /> I,, Torode tru.te.trustee meeting for May 504) election F. A. !'ot. A. J. Thomas. acres In the Southeast corner ofHailthwest J. H. HALL Lots 1334671 Pearl 3<br /> appointedmanagers. lot W side of Illk II ,<br /> -" and 8. S. I are .f Southeast on<br /> A. Weeks trustee meeting for May -- 5000 >wlno '|ilsrter ( Complainant.HALL. .<br /> __ .<br /> ___ Cl rk.<br /> A. Futch. salary for secretary for May -__-- ".J0irka K. l'.rrman. quarter, all. In Section Six (B). vs.MOLL1iI. y'xsSftnfLorslNN. '<br /> .1 Jones add to Htark In<br /> -----*--- 7-18-t-8-16. West of the _ _<br /> the C<br /> 'IICCC Also quarter<br /> --<br /> Hardware Company -- ooinlarl ____<br /> Muppl. ___ -__----__-- (7 of Southwest I KK'/t of NW'/t W of Walnut C<br /> Southwest qusrter<br /> Oil Company. gas ------------- ___________;_ .64 Defendant *t .3 S 31 Bradford County Hank II 8*<br /> for fence posts of Section Flv <&> the last appended ------ ---------<br /> OF1Hy :L.el'IO' quarter It<br /> nOire lumber Company. ptumpage _________________ Z I. >OTItK appearing Utl Lots 9 II 13 SIT N 10 ft ,,<br /> F. __________ : Two being In Townships to the bill abuvestyleil _ _ _<br /> Coiley. repairs and .upple. ____ __________ ___ 4D. d..crll'.n.Itange Twenty-twd rOmle the of LOts 9 13 of Illk t; N.J ________<br /> Iry Stern. bridge _______ ______.______ ___.____ -5929Irgman the power vested In them the !U Kast defendant cause therein lal.nonresident Jon-n add t,, Stark In ,, C Cl4Et4<br /> parts ( ) .<br /> Tractor Dmpany. tractor__________ ______n_________ I 1 Hoard of Public Instruction of /rad. o r of the n.m..1 of Florida and of NWt4 W of Walnut ( ,<br /> C. Wall! bal. on Insurance statement- ___u___________ 1.0: ford County. Florid.. hereby l .1. Special KNIOIT. . that her residence, .tat. unknown : that st ---_,_-- ------- .2$ I 11 Mrs., F. II. Long 14 8Urndord ,'_________ '<br /> <br /> h adr.r,1. (4oiintyTelegraph..*publ.hlng__ ____________._________ :. 0"t" an election to b. held Aug. 1.11'J. A. 8. C1tfiW.Solicitor *, she Is over the age I. of twenty-one Lot 1 if Illk 1 Temples add s<br /> ?11h' Oara"e. tractor .repairs. -------------.----------- at Hoatdraln School' houl. for Complainant.NO years; It Is therefor ordered thatHIIId to mark In NK''.', ofNWH , '._____ .<br /> -<br /> Company. -- .. to<br /> --" 11'01 school district No. 17. det.rmln. !. defendant b. and A part of W>, of INV<br /> *. -------- ,<br /> .. ----- 7.f.I.-<br /> --- ,<br /> rent non-r..ld."t<br /> Jones Torode., supplies store room. __ __-__--_-_-_-_-_-_-__.__-._______-___._-"I__ f 1711. whether or not 17 Hoatdraln shall consolidate she II hereby reijulred to f Hv KB our '<br /> <br /> I1' '.'l Service Station,- supplies.u _____________-------------_-_ 7111116Ifonl school with district Btark.No.. .ub-"l-hoolh'V nC'f the hil of .n.mplalnt. for divorce of 141(1of NWV4' -- .21 6 33 County Hunk 61.23 C'<br /> ;: "<br /> - before Mon All Illk 20 Temples add toHfiirko<br /> ----- or .1<br /> rolls --- *-------- said ux" on<br /> -<br /> County fank. pay ------ .----.---"---*-"- S19M trltt No.3. to of.thro mill- fl.d the 4th.. August, A. D In NHVt of NW''.'. : C _ _<br /> .'i'CC of Htarke phone-------service-------__ ---- -------. f.1 I trustees and for tl<.amount said eon- I In the Circuit Court of the Twen 1934. ,. 'ltf allegations of part of WH of NK" Wof ( 'IC<br /> Telephone Company ago to b* assessed strain ty-Sixth Judicial (lr'11 of Florida, said bill will h. tak.n as confessedby PlY A Nfe! 'ur of JMKti '<br /> <br /> _ _____________ .___IIMM.1. olidaud district.' 'bairman.A. 'In and for County: In said .defendant / .46 NWt' - --------- -25 < 23 J. If. Hitch, Jr. 121.S7 '<br /> ___ (<br /> Total ___ _____ -- ii. 0. MAY.<br /> ffl-JM"plTtl. \1'10' Chancery It In further ordered that this <>r- Lots a 3 i'f Illk: t J, D. Jones C<br /> <br /> 3l"t. amount on hand ____________.__ ,,'47-.*4 . J. (GIUFFIH of said J. 1 HARDEN. .. lr I,. published once a week for add to Mfark -- ._ $4 S 22 >r. o. Ritii. ..... : 50 8*<br /> C<br /> 10. 12.. ___..._________-__' -V--.-- 1.005.f3 HAS 16h For the the purpose*>'' are a"polnt-' Complain >nt, Tour consecutIve weeks In the Bradford H H n< res of W'4, of IWrJ'4 ofNK'4 _ _<br /> election, \owln. Telegraph a newspaperjuhlUh" ____<br /> County _<br /> .. N5k of NW{ of _<br /> W.I'r.vatt . _<br /> warrants --- J.<br /> > r 31. H29 outstanding --1 19.on.16 ed manalpr.: ). Grtm. W. O. ,,. IFSSJTT. t al.' In said County and State.This MKU of NK(4( IIIof S 3 IS Hradford County Hank 933; 7sw<br /> 1930 dIsbursements .. --- ----' -- I and W. ,, ---------- !<br /> : ----- -- ions Orln. C. July 'tut, 1534).<br /> ,. 'II $i'8t4$3 . 40 irruilford County Hank Zt,,4O<br /> ----- 7t5t8l .<br /> -<br /> warrants ---- .S2 Clerk. .a4 Order frtlbllrstlosi<br /> outstanding --- --- 3,797 *.llr. l 3.fpaInste (I. W. :<br /> i>. 12.0 amount to - .---------- -.A ( lul Heal ) (' U.nfTUAN., "j $%Vt4 MKM ------------li n 40 HMdlofd rfountx Hank 20 -'s _ _ _ _<br /> 38,193.42 ., VII IN TUB TUB STATE OF Ole By BLANCHFS. AM>KRUAN. NWb, of NW4 4 ... 7 7 *. 40 I-.Va'lfOKl, Couaty ilank 2. >ip<br /> o<br /> \OTICB 'TIO' NAAH '<br /> p.r.lf<br /> 28.4.4 'r.\X : Filial : DeputyClerk.. Lots 17 l* 19 20 of 111k 14 __________ _ _<br /> ____ * 797.** TO Kach and every the following JOK mt.L Wir.MAM.S, Iwtke. Butler, In llsmpton . . 1} 7 ni A. A. I>urd.n3 -_.._ 165.6* '<br /> ___<br /> 10th 1930 amount on hand ____ M. F. named d.f.nd"nt., If they or Klcrid Solicitor for j Hk| I Huh division of NEttit CC<br /> I'dTEIIFST % I) IU'KI'U FIJ'4fl' 3.906.13 "Xotlc. Is hreby given tHat any of them be alive and If they, .1' NW4! .30 at A. A. X>urd*n _.. 3.8T t<br /> 1' 'iber ni, 1929. amount overdrawn ___._______ Wiggins bolder of tax certificate ,ir any of them, d.a<l, to their ___ Corn l 101 ydn K of NW cor '<br /> <br /> *'y 10th. for t.x.. __--------"' a.061.S4 Ten. 4th day of July' A. P. *U. several and respective unknown M : 32.11Notiro of NKIJ cf NKH A run '_________ '<br /> '''h, 1910. 13f.. from..receipts county com. lay redemp. 7.60\.00 .T41.M No. filed said certificate In my office heirs dCvlse.., legatees gran, \lr"I'- I I K 13 Id yds H 111* yule<br /> <br /> a 30, 1930. amount to balance ---------------- has application for lax deed tees namely: Win. H. ('OK, JOSEPH W *2 l-J yds N 10* yds _ _<br /> l05l.5A14l:1:1G. and Toads thereon In accordantwith H. HAKKIl; IrHH. 1 C. 'Is hereby given that und rand to beg .?.-20 7 33 3 A. A/ Durden ,1ST,M _ _<br /> to I.IU. the HBACHMAN. by virtu of that certain final<br /> $0.61.1 l law. certificate embraces Iwhol. Chrl.tan. ,t'Crnad., and nt.-rd by A. ItewataptSlftBefNW _ _ _ _<br /> (<br /> and .<br /> sltuatd -. la unknown) Ion. ,, ,<br /> described L ftACHWAS r of NRM tit NK'/t A _<br /> properly<br /> ?: l. amount on' hand ._ __ _____ ., 1.7f9 II following in Bradford County, )'Iorld. toI I her husband.; Mrs. R CLYTO. 1. ", 'klnn.County JuilK Florida Clr.'olt (on Jun.of run W lOll ft M m ft 68lOftNZ2Stttvbsg.30<br /> : S. XATTlEW8.c I (whose Christian 7 31 .A.A.Durden .. .. 13.14<br /> : E falrman. will It. River 'In Bast1I and CLAYTON hr husband, 30th, J9JO In that ".rt.l. fur clo -<br /> A FUTCH. Lot I Block N.W J. l. .el<br /> <br /> Secretary I I .<br /> I Ir<br /> <br /> f<br /> <br /> <br /> S v\\____<br /> <br /> <br /> .<br /> . .. .. .. ' )' ... 'I '".' ' ., ," ,. (,' ,. ., '<br /> ' 'CC .--.I' .,'.' -.1. .f. ''''' 'i ,1. ',' 'f' < ," '" .." .1.1 I ') '" II .' ,, ,'<br /> 11 : t , '' .i<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> L<br /> <br /> '.. .. .. .. .. ', ,,411 'i .., 'r>"...."" ,."<br /> <br /> ,. , ,\ "', : ,<br /> J."<br /> 4 S ; ..'" '.gjgrf Mm.y.-?. ___ ___ ___<br /> .<br /> .>\. ",l.., ';\J A", r,",,,,,,,, U JlIl-'l! "" ..."" r>"tIlU'! '"!" ",, ,.j,,_. '" \' 'I"..,.,,, .,,-IfI-! 4r_" '''' ''''' I i ':''f ., : T: JI\q; ,( W'1;'" r?!,'-,.;;., -, 1.LJ..aPt''lh( .\. ", ",'w' ''' '\' ''H .. "" j \ '<br /> ><br /> t( ,<br /> <br /> r ....mi : f fG<br /> <br /> G ';"" '.ry.\, \ PACK TKNT IlRADI'OJltD COUHTT TELEGRAPH 8TARJEE FLORIDA FRIDAY, jrr<br /> <br /> ,, ,<br /> -- - -- - -- -- "------ ---------- -' -------<br /> <br /> : -_-__ _____._ -___-._ two second class parleys a year was good and fine. and true 1 In urday, FLORIDA CAIUT':;<br /> <br /> 1 Bradford County TelegraphEstablished exclusive of London' and Geneva. your character. You did not deserve Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of AND \'lmlII;<br /> <br /> 1 From Other Pens I Six-Inch Gun -A Naval weapon my treatment of you. son Hawthorn were visiting relatives S"II' t\\<br /> <br /> 1877 the Instruction for the operation The little heart of you was as big here last Saturday. Jacksonville, Fin ,<br /> <br /> .. d" .. __ .__. -- -- -- --..--- .---- ---.--- _,____ - of which fill six Inches of paper. as the dawn Itself over the wide Mr. Alph ,Hazeu was visiting 1 In Fruit and veegtabi 'IUly 'II'1<br /> <br /> LL Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class This U a good time to raise peanut Eight-Inch Gun-Same as a six-! hill. All thin was shown by your Bushnell last Saturday and Sun' from Florida to 11111'1, Iblp"4<br /> <br /> Florida *. according to the Peanut inch gun. only ,noisier and a little spontaneous Impulse to rush in day.Mr. Wednesday of this Week 'IbelQ''f<br /> Starke<br /> at<br /> Post Office<br /> ; Matter at the Journal. The editor of that sheet harder to keep polished. and kiss me goodnight Nothing and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and the following Ubu arelb'In ""<br /> 8blplQ'<br /> Owner and PublisherJ. makes a broad statement thin Naval Holiday-A period during else matters tonight/ son. I have son Paul of Alachua spent Sun- from the state by<br /> S B. S. Matthews, ____________________ expre, ,,<br /> ; week: "The peanut will hold In which citizens signing themselves come to your bedside in the darkness day here as guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Included in this repui '<br /> <br /> U' C. Robinson ______________..__.______ Managing Editor October the strongest position as "Pro Bono PublJco" flood the and I haVe knelt here, chokIng R.: P. Lewis. Pf'IJIH'rN<br /> <br /> 4 u. ___ .___ ..__ ._- -- --.. ---.--------.-. to marketing that It has held since newspapers with letters accusingthe with emotion and so ashamed! I Mr. II. P. Gainey, 0.V.. flaxen Shipment up to lam<br /> SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'the world war." He banes the government of shortsightedness. It Is a feeble atonement, 1 I J, J. Morgan, E. M. Anderson ot For same perlold in (t9'a Sal .1,<br /> <br /> statement on the following facts: know you. would not understand here and A. A. Hazen of Gaines- For week ending ji,, .1<br /> Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance "This year' acreage l Is only 75 per Signatory A Nation whose these things if -I told- tl- em ,to you vllle attended the Union meetingat For same week last I<br /> <br /> Advertising Rates on Application cent of last year, and the last crop I delegates held out ail long as they during your waking hours, yet 1 I Shady Grove last Saturday and First four days! this week eai<br /> <br /> r- . -- "." ----- .- ". -_. la practically exhausted because of could, but finally decided to get must say what I am saying. I must Sunday.Mr. For same days last ,leal, ,<br /> ---- the strong demand. The peanut home In time for the golf season. burn sacrificial fires alone, here J. W. Thomas and Fred Total to Thurs. this<br /> <br /> Kingsley Lake is a favorite spot these days. crop will not be embarrassed any Combat Strength A table of In your bedroom. and make tree Conerly of Lacrosse were visiting I'otlttlMflShipments week<br /> <br /> o more by foreign grown peanuts confuslhg figures supposed to cOn fession. friends here last Saturday, night. up to last Sal<br /> as the tariff wall U too1' high. Un- show the afnclnl lineup about as And I have prayed God to The 4-H Club girls held' their For same period In .1:<br /> <br /> These "painless tax. proposals are similar to painless der the new tariff law the tariff Inaccurately as you get in any strengthen me in my new resolve regular meetIng/ here last Tues- for week ending July 1931)' )|<br /> <br /> dentistry. on unshelled peanuts Is 7 cents a 'souvenir program. Tomorrow I will be a real daddy! day, July 15. For same week last year 2<br /> <br /> pound, as against 4 cents under Tonnage Allotment A form I will chum with you, and suffer Please remember B. Y. P. U, First four days this week<br /> <br /> 0- the old law. Then the hog feed of International reducing cream when you suffer and laugh every Sunday night at 7:30.: All For same days last year<br /> <br /> : Tariff means getting more for what you sell and payingmore ers are now using them more extensively produced by combining essence of when you laugh. I will bite my members are urged to be present Total to Thurs. this week i .<br /> I the 't than ever. This Is a good bologna with equal parts of type tongue when Impatient words and all visitors welcome. '- --- ,<br /> <br /> i. feel, for what you buy. time to raise peanuts.-Perry Her writer ink. honeyed grammar and I come. I will keep saying: as if The P. T. A. of this community I Shipments up cgetibl..5 to last Sat<br /> <br /> hea< o ald. sweet spirits of apple sauce. Stir It were a ritual: "He Is nothingbut met last Friday, and elected new For same period In 1929<br /> <br /> disatabl .-n--.__ well and lay in a cool, dry place a boy-a little boy! officers, who were as follows: for week ending<br /> Avery Powell says some girls use kiss-proof lipstick, N -vrr iie: licked until the neit International dispute -, I am afraid I have visualized' resident, Mrs. L. R. Brown, vice For same week last July it,<br /> <br /> while others have kiss-proof faces. Don't\ allow your spirit! to be j,., you as a man Yet as I see you president, Mrs. B. F. Hazen and First four days this veal week<br /> <br /> broken. ,Parley-j-Any gathering of smiling now son, crumpled and weary in secretary, Miss Lois Gainey, For" same days last<br /> Year<br /> a o WheW you permit yourself to people who.suspect one another your cot I see that you are still The school is progressing very Total to Thurs. this week<br /> <br /> t A bachelor is' a bachelor because he shies at the peal of think that the world Is against of the' worst a baby Yesterday you were in nicely. There are 140 pupils enrolled WatermelonsShipments ,<br /> : Naval Expert, Any delegateto your mother's arms your head on at this writing.Mr. .<br /> wedding bells as if they were banana peels. you, that there Is no use trying up to lam Sal<br /> _ a disarmament t parley who her shoulder. I have asked too L. A. Brown was transact-<br /> the slide which For same period In<br /> you are on may/ 1929 ,<br /> o knows enough not to look at a too much! ,<br /> land you soon In the scrap heapof much. lug business In Santa Fe last TUes- For week ending July' I tFor u<br /> compass to see what time It Is. Dear boy! Dear little son! A .<br /> One exchanges advances as the cause for men forsaking humanity.You day.P. same week last year<br /> I the .--- penitent kneels at your Infant A. and H. B. Crosby were attending -<br /> have had bad breaks, First four days this<br /> may week<br /> ,<br /> of in the cookstove.The<br /> is lack fire<br /> .<br /> the heartstone a shrine here in the moonlight. I to business In Starke last<br /> great misfortune but you can- Editor, For same days last year<br /> kiss the little fingers, and the<br /> 0 Thursday.<br /> not recover without effort. Bradford County Telegraph Total to Thurs. this week t<br /> new steel bridge on state road 3, between Palatka You know of many men and Starke, Fla. damp forehead, and the yellow' Sheriff Epperson and Deputy' .<br /> curls; and It it were not for wakIng -<br /> Sapp 'of Starke, were transacting<br /> : who seemed have Ye<br /> women to pass He Brother: 'IKST ('AR SWKKT I'OTVT<br /> and Green Cove Springs was opened to traffic Monday. you. I would snatch and<br /> ed along In a comparatively easy Will O. Simpson of the Inland you business here last Thursday.Mr. -<br /> <br /> i** 0 way, stepping from one successto Empire News away up In Spokane, crush you to my breast. J. L. Shriver was transact- Arcadia Fla., July 18..T<br /> <br /> H' } Tallahassee Daily Democrat says Tallahassee should be another with apparent ease. and myself figure that it would be Tears came, and heartache, and lug business in Starke last Mon first carload of Big stem Je -.<br /> and-I think<br /> remorse, -a greater <br /> fc1K: But you have not known the set- kinds fun to establish a Four-Cor- day, sweet potatoes of this season ,1<br /> _ proud of its National Guard organization. Starke is proudof deeper love when you ran thru<br /> I Mr. and Mrs. Adklns and baby<br /> :: backs and of<br /> \ < r discouragements ner Club of Maine. Washington, shipped from this point last wtJ,<br /> the !library door and wanted to<br /> 'r hers. many of those whom you call California and Florida papers. kiss me! were visiting In Lacrosse'last I The price for this car was Icash | J<br /> <br /> o lucky, and they may .have had as Why don't you and Will and I Monday. f. o. b. It is expected thai I il<br /> <br /> % IL mall boats for why not many as you have. swap and I' will try and line-up Miss Eunice Hazen. E. M. and ;, crop will be moving for see<br /> Ships emergency use-<br /> carry Ralph Hazen were attending to<br /> Few reach adult life without somebody (In California. It will weeks.<br /> * tinl' store a "bantam" under the seat of your liver' for a like periods when difficulties seemed give us a chance' for a story and business In Starke last Thursday, .<br /> <br /> i'quick!) purpose? I Insurmountable and success meant perhaps some' 'day when we all get BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin holster State Highway Department i<br /> <br /> S'tern' i : hardship. "wealthy" we' can have a reunionin Ml.. Prarl' Gulner. Cor. were visiting in Lake City last 80,158 contract to K W tfor ,<br /> <br /> o The emotionally well balanced the central part of the nation. Monday. completing highway No<br /> <br /> _ Since boys have started the tree-sitting endurance rec- I person keeps his or her head aj>d We are putting you on our Hut Mr H. P. and L. R. Oalney, (OVV. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen of from Columbia county Hue tola]<br /> <br /> $ 'AUD th.Y ords, perhaps one will think of records to be made with a goes quitely at It (o find out the for a while. and B. P, Hazen were trans Lake Butler were visiting friends Butler;<br /> <br /> I reason for trouble and failures We shall be glad to hear from acting business In Valdosta Qa., and relatives here last Sunday.Mrs. .<br /> _4 ,l /WV lawn mower. There Is a solution somewhereand you and receive your paper; last Thursday, Sutton and daughter Gertrude d.KRK'9 REPORT<br /> <br /> .. 'i w.i1! 0 somehow and the thing in to "Very truly yours Mr. and Mrs. George Crosby and of St. Peter burg, who has Report of the Clerk Cln.1<br /> <br /> ?'t _ That the state road department has awarded contract for find( It.Hut R. .E. Reed, Mrs. K. L. Crosby and Mr. A. B. been spending some time herewith Court In and for Bradford of Couiil<br /> If matters have moved Editor, Eastern- Maine Publishing her mother, Mrs. Hobbs, returned Florida. on account of Taxti i....<br /> s building the New River bridge will be good news to residentsof Crosby of j Jacksonville spent un- ed for th. year 1921)<br /> ko smoothly for you always thereyla Co. day here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. home last week. C. A. Knight tax coll*..<br /> : : this section. danger of overconfidence and a Rockland Maine.To Mrs. Sponholtz of Wateroakwas Htiirke Kla, July i I'j<br /> L. R. Gainey and Mrs. A. R. Cros- G0unt7 PrMprr 1<br /> o final smash. by. visiting here last Sunday. To bat. due Jun.. 1, lulu: 4M!I'lKy :<br /> Keep your spirit and stiffen My Little Mr. O. J. Vanlandingham and! amt. collected I sill<br /> This week's headliner goes to the Carrollton (Miss.) Con- Hoy !Mis.. Lucille Abbott of Plant To bill due. June 1. 191( IJ.'I<br /> your back bone; hope and work (Author Unknown.) Clyde Simmons of Gainesville were Fine A ForfHIurc" ..<br /> servative: Kissing a girl because she will let. you is like and keep at It with a cheerful LIsten. son; I am saying this Clty'pent' several days of this visiting. friends here Monday eve- To hal. due June 1, 1'Jlu Ji<br /> month here as guest of \Mr. and Hy amt. collected __ ._<br /> _ scratching a place that doesn't itch. face and the end may be better. to you as you lie asleep, one lit- !\f1'S.t.! P. Matheny. ning. To bal. dun June .in 1110m\ [<br /> Louisville (Miss.) Journal. tle paw crumpled under. your Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis and C"u.y Ilullillnc<br /> & I n !Mr. and Mr a. C. S. Laird and To hal due June 1. 11JU I"<br /> ; children<br /> cheek and the blond curia stickilywet are spending some time _ _<br /> l&te Apopka Chief asks in paragraph "Just what is a refined - oTh on your :damp foiehead. .I daughter, Jean, and Misses Iris here with friends. To Hy bal amt.:.. due collected_ June! !, SO-!, 1130 0 IC:<br /> <br /> : Caiiov joke?" We think the preceding paragraph "Tampa is J' have stolen info your room alone. Brown. and Lucille Abbott were To due June Bcnool 1, _lain;.",'UK,' I<br /> ....<br /> visiting In Starke last Friday. '<br /> Ic7 : I IEXTHNIS H( }lCf\ltSIIII'S I ,KXAMI.NATION: .'<br /> Just a few minutes ago as I sat fly amt. collected Sir!<br /> trying to be goo will answer the query. I Mian! Mildred Cone Is spending To bal. due June ::10. I'lfa:{ :I Ml.<br /> J reading my l paper) in the library, ('..unt" I'olUTo<br /> time In St. with<br /> Home Petersburg<br /> o Examination will be held at the<br /> etteJJo. a hot. stifling wave of remorse bal' due June, 1, 111:1UBy : ite<br /> ; tn C is friends and relatives. court house at Starke, Florida, amt. collected .. il* I ITo<br /> WhIle the 156-year-old Turk in this country getting a swept over me. I could not resist<br /> (udlclatl ""I. due June 1, 19:10: IIITotel<br /> .. > Miss",, Wilma Godwin of Gainesville : -<br /> August 12, 1930, to fill vacanciesIn<br /> _ set of false teeth Americans will to It. Guiltily I came to your bed sub.Scbool-ItegUII''<br /> .*. !_ new probably some go Is spending some time here the following scholarships: i To I>1LL due June. 1 I. uau1,1:1\ 1 1Bv<br /> Turkey to find out how tolive to that age. : : ('OXUn\Tn.\TloX4! side.These as !guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Florida State College for Wom amt. collected ,___ 'in\\<br /> are the thing! I was To bal. due. June 30, 1910 16.m<br /> Mat'heney. : en-One county and one senatorIal Svb-Srhool DonilHI<br /> o The thinking, son: I had been cross to .<br /> Telegraph. Mr. II. P. Gainey and (I. \V. Ha- To bal. due. June, lUau(<br /> ?tp Arkansas bride-groo-to-be evidently had a change of Starke, Florida. you. I Bcoled( you all you were fly amt. collected _. __ .'<br /> '$. h.k I dressing for school because lien spent Friday In Jacksonville University of Florida One To bal. due June .10, 19.1)!*' .11<br /> ( fliPs heart when he returned a marriage license to the bureau with Gentlemen : you transacting business. county.<br /> We wish .to (congratulate; you on gave your face merely a dab witha To bal. due June 1. 1HIO/ 1<br /> e otS Mensrs Earnest Hewitt and Applicants will be examined on Fly amt. collected. .. ._ '41<br /> $<br /> the request to cancel "this document of war. your 53rd anniversary, and trust towel. I took you to task for 45WId.w' !<br /> Morris Brown of Miller were visit- English Composition and Rhetoric To bal due-Jun. SO. 191< -<br /> 'T' o you are going: to have many more not cleaning your whoea. I called Pe>Blo> Fund<br /> ..TrVVan out angrily when I found had Ing friends here last Tuesday and English and American Literature -I To bal due June. 1. IttJO m<br /> fthad 'State aviation bureau is now working on the establish- -and that the coming year will you Saturday nights.Mr. !. General History, American Hy amt. collected ", -- '111''<br /> ii _ _ be a most successful one for you. thrown some. of :your things on the To bILl due June 30, 1810 IOntntaiMlliiir 01<br /> II i and meat of intermediate landing fields. These fields will soon Yours floor. and Mrs. R. M, Gainey and History and Constitution, and first ,<br /> r tr I I very truly Mrs. A. B. Crosby were visiting To bal due June I, 111:10 '<br /> ; nit At breakfast I found fault{ too. year Algebra. .. .___ III<br /> ; become as common as garages-and just as necessary. The Respress' Engraving Co., Inc. friends and relatives in Jackson- By amt. collected<br /> sfls or* ,j Jacksonville, Fla. You spilled, things. You gulped It. A. J. Grlffls, Secy. To bal. due June 30 1110 401<br /> "O ville last Monday.Mr. Road Brlilwe Int. A NlnklnK' j F.<br /> food.<br /> I down You 4531<br /> your put<br /> your To bal. due June 1. 1810<br /> j' e.ia.d It's an open season on Sunday movies in Florida now, the (nTS: A KICKDorchester elbows on the'' fable You spread R. A. Colson and Mr. and Okeechobee American Business By amt. collected .____ .9.200 5<br /> 1% I !Mrs. Dock Waters and childrenwere College opened In Freedman To bal. due June SO 18S ..'6i"lO.<br /> last four towns holding elections to determine whether movies butter too thick on your bread. visiting in Alachua last Sat-1 I W. ALDERMAN! ClefBy ,<br /> ulldlng. .<br /> D<br /> { Ald rm n<br /> <<br /> &ur Mass And started off Blanche<br /> as you to play andI .<br /> should be shown the down. .<br /> ordC on Sunday voting proposition -- -- --- ---- --- -<br /> -- -<br /> Dear Mr. Editor my'<br /> i Tr IIPiIIiII : made for train, you turned<br /> 5 o Because you have given me and waved a little\ ;hand and call<br /> <br /> L l Since government experts have figured that bees travel pleasant moments reading your ed, "Goodbye'Daddy!I" and I<br /> editorials. I always read the last frowned. 'and said in reply, "Hold<br /> 7100.000 miles in gathering a pound of honey, perhaps some I<br /> page first column first of the i your shoulder Tmekt"Then '<br /> : form of transportation relief can be, secured from the figures Bradford County Telegraph. It it began all over again In<br /> <br /> ___ _ filed. puts me in good humor for what. the late afternoon. As I came up PRACTICALLY EVERY COUNTY IN FLORIDA<br /> <br /> Mi ever may follow. the hill road I ipled you. down on<br /> 0<br /> Look this over, perhaps you will your knees playing marbles. There<br /> K.If _ Governor Carlton'sugges1a abolishing grand juries as !get a kick out of It also. were holes In your stockings. I Will Be Represented At<br /> <br /> _ J icr.. one step toward'cuttlng expenses of the state, redistrictingof Best W1she ?humiliated you before your boyfriends<br /> d. _ A subscriber<br /> 4'2 an the state's judicial circuits, reduction of millage by the by making you march<br /> terM Naval Treaty I<.'\l('oii ahead of me back to the house. -<br /> <br /> counties and abolition of useless offices. Parity-An inequality of naval Stockings were expensive-and If Farmers'and Fruit Growers' Week<br /> <br /> ]' o strength arrived at by looking you had to buy them you wouldbe<br /> through the wrong end of the bi- more careful. Imagine that.<br /> When gasoline dropped to five cents a gallon, including a '<br /> .J:<br /> noculars. ion, from a father! i COLLEGE OF AGRICULTUREGAINESVILLE<br /> J 1,., IK"-? tax of three cents, in California, motorists pressed their bath- Pact-A bale of white paper It was such stupid, silly logic.<br /> <br /> A) P"h/oi tubs into use'to store the fluid. That eliminated the necesityof suitably engraved; something dip- ,' Do. you remember, later, whenI .<br /> S c ) lomats autograph Instead of' a was reading In the library, how FLORIDA<br /> h.lorid staying home Saturday nights for a bath.<br /> baseball. In witha<br /> you came softly timidly<br /> Nor( '' 0 TreatY-Same an pact only sort ot: hurt., I hunted look In<br /> _ U $,'<br /> cI o A few years ago Gainesville came into the limelight on with a pink ribbon attached. your eyes? When I glanced up over -<br /> <br /> fc. Foreign Relations Committee my paper impatient at. the Interruption AUGUST 11-15,1930 '<br /> ? mrt.lBltd account of the short stretch of disreputable road connectingwith ,<br /> A group of Senators none of whom you hesttatt at the<br /> Tiitu. state road 13 on the north city limits now replaced with has been abroad. uoor.<br /> <br /> ),Boo o,* smooth asphalt. Jacksonville presents an equally bad stretchto Escalator Clause--You'll hear "What Ja it you want!" I snap- This Bank Would<br /> plenty about this without going Encourage You to Join the Wide-Awake Crowd of Men<br /> 5 t;<br /> motorists using the road from Baldwin, a condition that ped.You<br /> PKL'&l into it here.IlatloA. said" nothing, but ran and Women and Go.<br /> <br /> _ ,, city should promptly remedy. proportion of battle across, In one tempestuous plunge<br /> \ S o ship distribution arrived at by and threw your arms around my<br /> <br /> ; o'r If legislative authority can be secured the old Gaines- whirling a swivel chair. neck and kissed mo. again and '<br /> & Merchant Marine-A sailor who again, and your small "arms tight- A Real Vacation With Education<br /> 4 ,. ville road into Jacksonville will be widened and surfaced from has, made good in business or vice ened with affection that God had<br /> <br /> _ y PtlltluMl" <* Maxville, while the Baldwin road will be widened to twenty versa. set blooming' in your heart and<br /> <br /> feet instead of forty feet. Surfacing of the old Gainesvilleroad Naval Affairs Committee-Poltlcans which even neglect<< could not with Board and Room Can be Obtained in University Dormitories for $1.50 a<br /> whose ions have outboard er. And then were ,<br /> you gone pat.<br /> will relieve the present heavy traffic from road 13 into motors. tering up the stairs. Day-Meals on the Cafeteria plan at cost. There will be no other expense<br /> <br /> ; ic Baldwin and at the same time shorten the distance ,to Jack- Executive Session A meetingat Well, son It was shortly after. while you are at Gainesville.<br /> <br /> sonville. which the degelates really and ward that my paper slipped from<br /> : confidently admit everything is amest my hand and a terrible sicken I<br /> <br /> c n !. 5PIenarT ing fear came over me. Suddenly See your County Agent or ,Home Demonstration Agent for further Details.<br /> <br /> H Farmers Week, put on by the Agricultural Extension Session A huddle I saw my.elf au .1 really was. in<br /> <br /> oi'i 7Izt Division, College of Agriculture, at the University of Florida, I during which no substitute may be all my hqrrlble selfishness. and I<br /> Bent into the game until the has felt sick at he ftn<br /> W Gainesville, each summer provides the farmer with the opportunity been searched for message from I What had habit' been doing to<br /> <br /> : I of attending short courses, reading, and by working the coach. me? The habit complaining of Bank of. StarkeA<br /> <br /> t with the county agents is prepared to keep up in the race for Capital Ship--A war vessel no finding fault. of:;reprimanding.<br /> ., aircraft tan miss. all of these 'were l my reward. to<br /> 1. better farming. Bradford county is an agricultural county Auxiliary Ships-The boats that you for being a boy. It was not ROLL OF HONOR:<br /> <br /> V ) and has the added advantage being next door to the University generally save the day In spite of that I expected so much of youth. DANK<br /> <br /> and there is no doubt but that the attendance this he Admiral. It was measuring you by' the yard E.: S. MATTHEWS\ President R. J. DAVIS<br /> Cashier<br /> S Limitations-The confining' stick of my own years. ,<br /> ,.4 j, year will equal or exceed the figures of former years. aU first class\ Naval Powers to And there was BO much<br /> <br /> <br /> .. that'I<br /> <br /> _ -<br /> .<br /> 'I _ .<br /> (S ,,<br /> <br /> <br /> eij: ,:, i-.e' : ;c :'-<br /> .. .<br /> -a-- I ----5------ ,' '<br /> <br /> Ii.<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> </div> </td> </tr> </tr> </table> </section> <!-- Close the presentation table --> </td> </tr> </table> <!-- Hidden field is used for postbacks to indicate what to save and reset --> <input type="hidden" id="item_action" name="item_action" value="" /> <!-- Close microdata itemscope div --> </section> <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> </form> <script async src=""></script> <script> window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [] function gtag() { dataLayer.push(arguments) } gtag('js', new Date()) gtag('config', 'UA-272759-11', { custom_map: { dimension1: 'bib', dimension2: 'vid', dimension3: 'aggregation', dimension4: 'viewer', dimension5: 'tickler' } }) </script> <!-- Adding footer to html (Html_MainWriter.Display_Footer) --> <!-- Footer divisions complete the web page --> <footer id="ufdcfooter_item"> <nav> <p><a href="">Contact Us</a> | <a href="">Permissions</a> | <a href="">UF Technologies</a> | <a href="">Statistics</a> | <a href="">Internal</a> | <a href="">Privacy Policy</a> | <a href="">RSS</a> | <a href="">ADA/Accessibility</a> </p> </nav> <div id="UfdcWordmark_item"> <a href=""><img src="" alt="University of Florida Home Page" title="University of Florida Home Page" style="border: none;" id="UfdcWordmarkImage" /></a> </div> <div id="UfdcCopyright_item"> <a href="">Statement on Inclusion and Intellectual Freedom</a><br/> <a href=""> © University of Florida George A. 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