Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
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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I Local Business Approve Plans CommissionersMet ( COUNTY SCORE I Lands Sold For BOARD ,' '
Conditions Are For Elections Monday In I IS < VALUATIONS : 1
I II ?lIPLETEDI Taxes Cannot Be _

Not Half Badgurc KJorkln. Republican-IMittrorm Com- Busy Session I XWorked Owner AS SET BY COUNTY ASSESSOR ,
mitten ChooN4 n Tentative I'haysh'asl, 1I'4\1t". .\1.1 tiring I"u..". By

Plans of Platform for % 1 ('I' i ---- : ;
-| '* from Book of flank (.f Norman County C'uli I'ajment for -
} :Xorembrr Klwtions.: .\I tome)' (irnrraldlwn CominlMvlonrrH '
//'itul'ke Show Largo Inflow ConvictM to !91 Per Month I-I I Widening of Lake ('omuiahssloncrmll..qutreai to litrestlthHtO -
to Inntltntr Suit
of New l'm. of Tlmltrr oil t'n- _ _ _
Aug. 2. -The
Republican platform, committee, The Board of County Commissioners lion program him. Just been completed -' for County-anal State.In I City Road to Get |1",1.1 Tax l..iiidt In : 4.

=,,HW, coming Into Starke meeting todayadopted a tentative of Bradford county, Flor- I by C. M. MIles, state supervisor I Their "",t rlc.t.. .
an sent out to nil
the month ot July amounted ida, met Aug, 4, In regular session opinion Under ......
during platform for the November elec of physical and health boards of county commissioners Way Friday '_ _
t(, $171,209.08 and bank de- with all\ members present as education, state department of of the state Attorney General Dnvl The board of county commissioners ,
the month tion.Only follows: J. a. Crews, chairman I -
during same
nrtHits the subject matter was approved public Instruction. advises\ the boards that a suit met July 28, pursuant tlre..e" >> .
to nearly a quarter mU- Drew Reddish, J. L. Underbill\ I. Jacksonville. AUK. 7Work on _ _
amounted today and the praseology "'. Hlnson and It. T. Osteen. Oraugo county according to this to restrain the carrying on of turpentine the widening of the Ink City with all members present aa
lion dollars.\ will be submftted to another committee Minutes of last regular compilation, r-vjks: first with I the or a sawmill operations on highway: from lluldwln to Jacksonville follows: J, O. Crews, chairman: ,
This information was gained meeting here next Satur one call meetingand best high' school program havingan lands sold for taxes be Instituted will net under way Friday It J. L. llnderhlll\, Drew Reddish, a.W. ______
for the meeting read and
vlien, \ a Monday reporter on Mr. E.Telegraph S. Mat- day.The proved.Mr. ap- average/: score of 413.7 out of a against the owners or lessees of was announced yesterday at the Illnson and It. T. Osteen.. L_________
railed tentative platform endorses poeslble': COO..poJntg. i such property to compel such operations -'I tax equalization meeting ot the The following resolution was
ot the Bank of J, L. Johns .
thew( president abolition of the state gasoline tax presented the St. Lurle county leads with ele- to cease until the lands. Duval board of commissioner adopted:
Starke to ask' for some actual fIg- on gasoline used case of a needy family In his community r county "
for farm 1'llatVhpreas
and have the board of
mentary school program by a score been redeemed by paymentof *. ________
aires on local business conditions. industries, a state Inheritance tax who are in destitute cir- ot 459.4. taxes due. county commissioners realizing '
When\ asked If he could give some up to 80 cent of the federaltax cumstances. Upon motion ot U. The state, road department already t thit burden of taxation!
per Voluwlu county winner. of both The opinion was rendered upon\ and desiring _ _ _
tileft of the, amount of new money limiting road building to main- T. Osteen, seconded by J. U. Underhill trophies last year, ranks second request of Comptroller Amos and Is locating road camps near to grant as much relief aa poaslbte 4"
flowing! into the county at this tenance for two years, a law providing \ and by vote he was allow In both this year, being only 4.2 sent by the Cemiptroller to county Baldwin and moving In machinerywith considered a general reduction _
lime Mr. Matthews replied that he no bond Issue may be made ed $3.00 for salj family. points behind St.. Lucie county in boards for Information and /guidance. which to start the work. or 25 percent upon all real estate _______
could( give absolutely correct figures without a majority vote of free I Mr. Wm. Hodges came In and the elementary program and only Mr. Parts further suggested The widening will begin on the but owing to thu tact that that __
Baldwin end of I the and
on the subject. Holders, abolishments of the fee stated that he was unable to work i S.5 points behind Orange county "that the county have Its attorney project .small\ counties of the state are almost ,
Calllns one of the bookkeepershe system for county officials, abol- i and'was practically without any- i In the high a'hoollll'ore. bring such suit and that move toward Jacksonville Under entirely deprived of any portion _ _ _
;plans approved by the state road
Instructed that an adding ma- ishment of poll tax aa a require- thing to eat. Upon motion by G. Seminole county, winner of the you, as comptroller, join In the of I the gasoline tax on account -
road will be widened
chine list of the out-of-town ment for voting and the election W. Illnson, seconded by Drew Reddish 1928 trophy, ranks third In, the same Insofar as the state taxes are two feet each/ of a recent decision of the 0 JI ,
on side makIng
checks handled by the bank duringthe of all\ Judges, county solicitors and he was allowed the sum of high school division and fifth in InvolvE'lThis\ office\ did &procure( the total width of the, supreme court which was brought _ _ _
month of July be made. After state attorneys by direct vote. $5.00 per month. the elementary list. such an injunction in regard to twenty feet.Provision paYIng about by a suit by the Honorable ,'

checking the machine list carefully The tentative platform also approved Letter received from E. L. Biggs; Records here show that Orange lands In Levy county and collected John ))0;. Mathews of Duval county
with the daily record of the proposed legislation: to afford explaining the disabilities\ of Oeo. some $80,000 back taxes by for (the work was FtorlJit, which crippled the school
county won the trophy In 1926 _ _ _
transactions Mr. Matthews passedIt more protection to bank depositors Manning who l Is In need of assis and 1927. Seminole doing so a couple of years ago, In made by the state road department funds of all of the small and Interior ' _ _

over to the reporter.; The total from improper handlingof tance. The board allowed said it In 1928. "In 1929 county the high won co-operation with local au thorl. ut a recent meeting /Sistecotiviet : counties\ of the state It wan determined F _ _ _
labor 'will
banking affairs. The national George ties." be used on the that a reduction of ten _ _
was found to be $171,209.08.The Manning $3.00 per month. school and ej).mentary school It
pro. job. said.
total of these out-of-town Republican platform, the Hoover Mr. J. L. Underhill\ made statement grams a was per Ctlllt would be all that the
were separated\ and additional -
checks handled for the first two administration and the new federal as to destitute condition of trophy wan offered an for the Bars Are Down On concrete The present( Lake City Is road, of school.* and road funds could _ _ _

days in August was $18,579.74 tariff bill\ was endorsed. BradY- Brooks. On___ _motion_n_...__ .a__r _.r. high school. program.. the main, traveled construction highways; one In the of stand:

,..hi.-h.nnn Mr. Matthews thought_ was L. Underbill, seconded by R. T. The first trophy wan donated by Fruit MovementJacksonville state and after It was completed "Therefore, He It Resolved, that
making a fine start for the new STATE TO HAVE Osteen and by vote said Brady Dr. Barnes' the Florida Public it wan found that the width was I before equalizing we ask the tax
month. Brooks was allowed the sum of Health association In 1926. In a not sutnclent, members of the I asHcwsor ot Bradford county, Florida -
It was explained by him that the MORE MONEY $5.00 per month. 1929;ithname association, thru Aug. 31.-Florida county commission said. to make a reduction of ten '
figures here given represent absolutelY Mrs. Warren Simmons appeared the efforts ot Mrs.\ Fred Nooney of yesterday witnessed the withdraw. Many serious automobile mishaps per cent on all real estate, In llrad- _ _ _

nothing else than the out-of- before the board asking for assistance Jacksonville, donated the second at of all fruit fly quarantine Inspectors have occurred on the highway ; ford county, or as near that
town checks that were either deposited FOR FORESTRY on account' of old age and trophy. within the peninsula In and the argument was. advanced amount as Is practical."

In the Bank of Starke or poverty. On motion of J. L. Underbill accordance with modification of before the road department, The tax assessor presented hit _ _ _

for which money was paid Clarfce-McXary. : Provides 970- seconded by G. W llln- quarantine\ regulations recently during a hearing oil the proposalthat books showing the assessed valuation _ _ _
through the tellers window. They OOO for (' son and by vote she was allowed REGISTRATIONBOOKS announced by Secretary of Agri- widening the road would\( materially of property subject to taxation -
therefore represent a correct rec- -- $3.00 per month. I culture Arthur Hyde. :All train, reduce the haxards ot driving for examination by the board.In 1-

ord of the new money that came Jacksonville, Aug. 4.-Florida The following! names were OPENED: baggage( and motor vehicle Inspection for persons traveling to and compliance with the requirements

Into Starke, and thence throughout during the coming year will\ receive stricken from the pauper roll: In that territory which lias from Jacksonville on, the Lake of the law, and the board _ _
the county, during the month a substantial Increase) In for Margaret Norton, Susan Sweat, i - been in effect since A 111'11, 1929, City highway.; of county commlHMloners", having
of,t July. est protection funds from the Elizabeth Robinson, Willie\ Martin, Registration hooks for Bradford was also abandoned, with the result given notice for 15 days by publication ,
After making a note of these in- United States government under Henry Phillips and C. B. Gore. I county will lie open at the of. I that burs are now down and In the Ilradford County I'

terettlng figures! the reporter the Clarke-MoNary act. It was announced Hon. A. Z. Adktns. judge of circuit fice of Supervisor of Registration various host fruits and. vegetables Green Working Tolugruph, a newspaper publishedIn
uket Mr. Matthews If he would here yesterday by Harry court made a statement as to I Wall every day from 9 to 5 o'clock, can again bo transported to all Slniko( Ilradford county Florida _ _ _
mind/ /giving for publication the Lee Baker of Tallahassee, state necessity of keeping phone in his tot the registration of electors In parts. of the, peninsula. For Growers that the board would meet on
mount, of deposits. )hat came into forester:* office at court house; No action the general elation November 4. Field Inspectors ot groves were this lay n' u board of equalizers ,_1
the bank during the month of The Florida Forest Service will was taken by the board. The books will close Saturday, October not withdrawn and rigid' enforcement _.-- for I the purpose of hearing; complnlnlH 'F_ _ _
July Another adding machine obtain approximately $76,000 On motion of 0. \V. Illnson seconded 11, and will not be reopened of the quarantine will bo On August second I the citizens. and. receiving testimony aato
list: was made, and after being from the government during the by J. I... Underbill, the I again until the primary electionsof : maintained along the northern of i Hamilton' county brought; to (heittonlloii thu value of any property either '

carefully checked by Mr. Matthews coming year for the work, as compared board ordered that all scrip outstanding I 1932!) and III order to take part boundary of the state as well na of Congressman H A. real or personal or mixed nil fixed '
was handed to the reporter. with $37,000 received dur- on Bradford County Bank In the coming November election along the Urkloiknea river III the Cacao; of Starlte, the low cache price by I lice tax USHMHSOI of llrudford _ _ _
ihu! lotal showed that deposits ing the last the announcement I be cancelled mid that duplicate and any other elections coming, northwestern part Motorists, will of tobacco ot Jasper and siiggt'sttu. county, Florida., The board then
mad" In the Bank of Starke durIng elated. year Florida will stand scrip( be Issued, where same U presented voters iniiat have their names on no longer t h. required to undergo tlml the Manufacturers and lOx adjourned aim a board. of county

the month of July amounted sixth the states of the Union to the clerk the books. liiHpectton! under the new order resulting porters i had combined I to buy the ('mmlHMloiitfru and proceeded. to ; ___ _
u, 230125.24, nearly a quarter as among to the total amount of cooperative - I Bill of Dr W. J E. Mlddleton, From September! hat the books from a conferenro( between crop at a price far blow cost oproduction. I organize!: an n board of equalizers ____________
$23.00 will hq l> plnci-d I In the hands of (lov. for thu puipostt above mentioned.
iiilllou dollars. funds received In the for treatment of Horace ; I Hyde. Call ton and others at
'Business is not so bad" wait forest conservation program with Williams was approved. deputy registration officer In each St. Augustine Monday Upon receipt of I his. Information, After reviewing the books of the _ _

1'I he terse comment made by Mr. the 1930 appropriation, Mr.\ Baker Bills of D. C, Jones and It C. precinct scar I ho convenience of j . CUnlreSIlIlIlLlUreen wired the fed tax UHHHHHor"' a* to values UN fixed.
tutthewg. We believe those who said. Buford for paint and work at jail I thoHu desiring to register, and thu SIIKIIII: ...r MAV :.NOT i.vnu: : crul farm board and lice secretaryof by him or nx returned by the own.r _ _ _
read Oils article must agree with I, Accompanied by hg! wife and were refused. books will remain open In the su- roi.Mst); TO Mtiti: agriculture as follows: "' or intuit, tile board duildod

him. children, Mr. Baker is spending hi" Bill of K. M. Johns lost for want pervisor's ollln and precinct offices .tlUtKHT.H: IHKINU \'(i'rINiA "Citizens ot Jasper, !Florida,, ad (that tho values were HO nuurly _ _ _
anual vacation at Jacksonville's of a second. until October llth. I'oll\ visa me that Manufacturers unKxpnrterH < equalled' aa was poxHlhle under i;;;

beaches. He was In the city On motion of J. L. Underbill, taxes mint also bo paid by October sheriff has no right to enter'! ; have combined to beat prevent circumstances, and so the _ _
S. A. L. Wants Speed terday conferring with S. seconded by O. AV. Hlnson and by llth to qualify' voters for participation u poll:ntc place and arrest Inspectors down prices of North !Florida/ tobacco values were not changed\ but were _ _

Jennings, prominent lawyer yeS-j vote the board decided not to pay In the general election or clerks\ for violation of eleo- far below prieR of produc accepted' an fixed by the asMnsHor. __________

Limit i i Removed president of the Florida Board of county prosecuting! attorney fee on . .. lion \laws while the election ID In I lucia The price of cigarettes cigars Tha 'board of equalizers then adjourned _ _ _
Forestry.Mrm.Mi. I any forfeited cash bond, A.MHIKtVH: NOT AV; 12: progress, Is the 'belief of )Fred Da-, and chewing tobacco soars almost and the hoard (hen organized -
Bill of hospital expense of O. vfH. attorney general! answering us high u. over I see. no justification : an u litnird, of county commissioners I
The city council met August 5, : :NATrit T.\lU: I M, Davis again refused. The report! that Carl Andrews a query from Sheriff I.. M.\ hutton for! lowering mile price" of tobacco and. I the following rosolu- _ _ _
i in regular session with all mem- ("OUHSNn.U"oJT" J.\WH Upon motion of R, T. Oslcen, had nmdrt hlity" escape from the of Tampa. However, Mr. Davis I earnestly ask that nil diligence t lOll... were puHHiul' ;

I li), rs present. Minutes of the last Ot1 ST.tTI HAYH/ 1>.\"ISTo seconded by J. L. Underbill the state prison. 1111 carried In a recent states, UK. soon as the votes have and 1 power! vested in your i "K mooting were read and approved. commissioners decided they could !Issue of the Telegraph, wait. with been counted: the she'rlff has the .board ho promptly! utilized: to the county commissioners! do meet on

Mr. T. J. Griffin; agent for thet let nature take her course not offer scholarship to University out foundation,'our Informant con right to exero'se! his power. cant thut ibis tobacco brings. a fair the first !Monday In Ht-ptcmbwr.. A. _ _ _
aboard Air Line Railroad apP with home-made fruit juices may of Florida this year. fusing the em'ape of anothor prisoner Although the sheriff may see price. Tlume greedy monopolistic( I iJ"l 1930, which U a regular meeting

ared before the council in be- be an overnight on the part of Bill of Dr. K. I.. Biggs for professional with that of Andrews. I I violations of the regulations' lie, f vultures must not 1m permitt to day of said board lo consider _ _
A lit of Bald railroad requesting the owner or It may not be. services to Brownie Oaln- ---- I cannot go to th.j polling, place unless I rob tbl I tobacco growers; of my district. t the cmtlmuted, budg'-t; im fixed by _ _ j
eli I, speed restrictions removed sot But, the owner of fermented ey refused. over all bill of the prosecuting called by a majority of the Inspectors : They are already Impoverished lie( clerk, ntid to adopt the said
at trains might make better time fruit juices containing more than The bill of Dr. K. L. Biggs after attorneys und report If they had lie must have a warrant and their robbery muHt not budget with necessary. changes/ andto

in reaching markets with _Florlda one-half of one per cent of alcohol being reduced lo $150.00 was f been collecting conviction fees on for t the arrest of a violator of the continue.! Plruse send at onre official levy the mlllaga for the your I

P oclucts. The matter was taken la just an liable as the corner reconsidered: and ordered paid. forfeited cunli, bonds. The report election laws and must serve It after of your dupartment lo Jus 1930." _ _
under advisement until August bootlegger. The following telegram was received was ready but< ow'ng! to the rush ,, the election Is over. Mr. |)uvl per, Florida, to Investigate sltuu' The following! resolution was also _ _ _
J i', 1930. Florida law In this respect Is from state comptroller: 'of work In other matters same was suggests that tha legislatureifevtHH lion and also to advise and confer adopt.ed:
After payment of bills and dUr more atrlnA'entthan federal law, "0.V.. Alderman clerk board I'not taken up, I ( some remedy for preventinga with growers: I have wired Mr. "That, Whereas, several of the
J ling of routine matters the states Fred II. Davis, attorney gen county commissioners, Starke, The clerk ',f the board of bond I violation being: committed while Hnrreiarjr !Hyde, also stop! |>l(. urpttiilliiM. operators of Ilradford _ _ _
>uncll adjourned as a board of eral In answering a query The Fla. Bank of Starke desires to trustees. thou' report showing receipt the election I 111 In progress. me." 1IHlnt! )".' huve tt'fuII.,1 or failed tn ,
alderman' and organized as a substitute\ four diaburnements for six On Saturday afternoon h'. _ _ _
manufacture or possession of any thousand dollars and --- --- -- --- re- pay taxes upon thHr Inndi" ; ami, ,
*IJ ard of equalizers to review the Intoxicating liquor' Is unlawful, town of Sebrlng and Three Thou-1 month beginning Jan. hit, 1930, \,', J. PKKV.tTT: 03KIKI: calved the following reply!>l to his several owner of lands. upon t

The board then adjourned to not, the' law states. lieu of like amount Auburndalu : board. given have rrfuied, or faIled t<. i ,"'
isust; 11th 1930, bond matured on comptrollers Dec. Slut. 1029, amount on Plant City, Aug 2.--William "Replying your telegram to jay taxes upou same: and where. ', '
--- TfKMNO IV FIHK: .lfi.tR.MS (certificate! one twenty. Please advise hand, 122.477.24.Juno Jasper 1'revutt. 112. died. at his. Chairman Legge/ of farm hoard.Representative \. (niMHtlo and sawmill I I I men and other

il ,II.IKY" FOIl CITY KLKCTIOV: : --- If this substitution meets approval 30. 1930. receipts:. $6- homo at Coronet, Tuesday. Ha of farm board will operators In wood and timber a
The city dads are glad to ben, your board. 055.53.: wa> ft native <>f Bradford county, attend conference of leaders arranged Are either wantonly, maliciously .
romorrow, August 9th, la. the position! to furnish efficient tire 'Ernest Amos, Comptroller." December :31, 1921) outstanding but hud made his home her far by ttavannah chamber of or iKnorunlly unlng/ and destroy r'
1 I. i day to qualify for voting in protection to citizen of the town Upon motion and seconded the warrants, $608.65. 22 yearn, where he has been working commerce: III Savannah, Monday( tag the tlmbur on slate tux land ,.'
.. city election to be held inS In the shape'of a modern fire engine board decided that same was acceptable June 30 1930, disbursement. at phosphate plant August/ fourth. Wire 'chamhur: of "Therefore, Il" It Resolved by '
"''ptemher C. A. Futch. city clerk, and a trained fire fighting provided said bonds. are 119087.15. Funeral services were hold commerce for exact hour and the board of couuty commission-. ... '
ated Wednesday It Is necessary squad according to Fire, Chief, worth par and provided that other June 30/ I !930, outaftanducg: warrants Wednesday afternoon at Mr. \<:lIon place. Adrlso Florida represmita-"' em, that we do) appoint' each com- '
bonds to the amount of $5000.00 flp.6.1. church with Rev. PoVane lives attend Havannuh confer .
'I""" be registered on the city books Buford but they are asking co-op. Harry mlnslonvr 11\ hi. f.Wdilltrid to .; ( have county poil'l tax paid, but eration of the citizen1 In turningin h l placed In hands. of comptroller I I'I June 30, ID 10, amount to balance and Itev. W. J>. Cowart officiating. ear' ,." Illlgently Inquire Into HUI'h unlaw- _ _ .

':lunty registration alone does not calls for the apparatus where It 1 as! per the resolution adopted the $8797.62. Interment was In Mt. Knoa cametry He advised the Jasper growersto ; fill use (Of said timber. and have _ _ t
qualify one to vote in city! elec- 'can be of little of no service. Calls I'I first Monday In July. requiring additional Total 21149342. under the direction of Wells' send a committee lo the Savannah ho violators prosecuted In the _ _ ,
, u:. I for the engine for service out of security since -the Bank I June 30, 1U30: amount on hand I Company. Tall bearers were If. J. meeting.OMMKIUI ., criminal courts of t thin county for 7'
I have control of $8,797.82. H. S. Collins J. I). ---- ----- - --- '
the city limits are useless wherea of Starke will now I II I' Ham Kirkland such violations of law. or if not
U'ITH'M-0 OIIOCKKVit : water supply cannot be had, andIt I all county fonrll.I Communication received from Joseph Hull, Wess 1'latt and Warren (' : : .tl, H.%fll'41' '' possible. to prosecute then proceed _________ .
that sufficient clerk of court of Nassau county, ('UH.' .\T .1.\4KSOII.MJacksonville '' -: .
i Is too epenslv a proposition for I The clerk reported a / C,1I0I1., Ivlly; ; that ell.COli III, commts- ,_ _ _ _
small blazes I amount of the bonds held stating that they would pay only Mr. PrevaIl l I... survived by a -- loner see the turpentine opera '
I C. been with the city to _ _ _
Buford who has
.. Jones for the caused by short circuits In auto- : by the comptroller for the pro- $1.00 per month for all able daughter Mrs, Mattie McClelland Tag Aug. -- tore. and timber users 'In their re- _ _ .
: it several Hardware Co.,accepted mobiles. when a handful of sand tection of funds In Bradford County I led county I'onvlcls dellvl<' ,bod-// of Lakeland, and four sons, W. It., of Jacksonville have organized pectlve districts\ and notify them _ _ _
months, baa> well. Bank had been sold and the the jail U Bradford county to K. n.rV.. M., and M. E. Prevail, I for the purpose of planting hat they will be proceeded against .. ',
a' \Position with the M-C Grocery, would The do regular as drill of the company I money sent to the Board of County county commissioners of' Nassau I all of Plant City radishes this fall for the mar- unless. the taxtm are first paid upon _ _' .
'liovlng. Dick Grlffts. Grime hall'' wUl be held next Mondaynight Commissioners which amount county for work on roads of Nassau ket. A meeting was held.. I thin", 'aid lands." ''
grocery daring vacation are expected to be present. $87.59; Int. for U29r $104.13; over for consideration at next INTII Jacksonville Chamber: of Commerce he first Monday In August. i' '
months and plans to take a short members are wanted on the Int. for 1930 to June 20, 128.30, meeting of the board. to discus the proposition. U. W. Aliu '
VacatIon before the 1930-31 term truck Only during the practice drill or making a total of Interest $218.- There being! no further business Revival services will start at The meeting waif addressed by O. O. W. Alderman Clerk. ,

lns September. when It la answering .Q alarm 02,; total amount In bank June the board them adjourned until the Corinth church on Sunday Aug II. McAnallle agricultural agent -, -
Buford othersto 20. 1930 and subject to order of next regular meeting to be held 17th, and will run for one week, In for the Cotton Belt Railroad, and flirt IM.
Winter and Chief requests
l Park-Rapid progress county commissioner. $3,072.30. the first Monday la September charge of Elder C. Lubln of Jack W L. Knapp. county agent -
of a
being their practice taking
of two
made on construction stop all The clerk was requested at the 1930. sonville. Aa Invitation Is extended A sufficient! ac'eage will be Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McMlchen.
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t. SPECIAL FARM WEEK WILL BE meats. Stem, wash drain, and larger limbs, sometimes completely -i lod last only about 24 hour
-- pulp the grapes. Heat the skinsIn covering one side of the trunk: that It Is necessary to keep '-I

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted ( just enough water to keep from for several feet. At thin time they I watch If this method Is tt o, )

BROADCAST BY STATE STATIONGainesville turning, and in another kettle can be raked into a pan of kero- lowed. '

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For every 5 pounds of pulp add 1
By -- pint of vinegar, and boll until reduced -
Fla. - A week of 8.45What: I Think About to a pulp. Press and add
farm radio Cover Crops for GrWfng. CornH. the skin Then,, to 6
MISS I'EAKL JOKDAN, Home Demonstration Agent special programs pre to every a I Q
Hentlng outstanding; farmers and D. Mvelts.Friday. pounds of the mixture add 2 1-2
f. specialties from over Florida and August 15 pounds of sugar, and 1 tablespoonful -
f.f the Southeast, will be broadcast 11:00: The Workings of the : each of ground black pepper.
f FARMERS'WEEK\ WILL DRAW BIG I I over Mote radio station WUUF Federal Farm Hoard- -M. C. Gay. ground allspice ground doves, and
12.15 Winter Flowers for
..1 by the Florida. Agrlcultnral Extension ground cinnamon. Cook until
; Service in connection with the Northern Markets-B. .'. Whitner,
thick, and seal while hot. -
RESERVATION SHOW Farmers' and Fruit J r. -
,i CROWDS :! Growers'ninth annual Week, held at the College 12:30-The: Poultry Show in Juicy acid varieties are Cooking prefer- / 6 0 : ; t"s
red to the sweet ones. -
Y+ I1 u_- _-. .___- ---- of Agriculture/ August 1116. Florida- Earl W. Brown. of the skins be hastened by
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A. IT'S TIMK nutormi: { Music and entertainment, along 8:00: -The Florida National food ,
}! fiprnfcrn IVom ()v'r 1.1..ld"till \\IIMKltS: : WKKK: : ; HI'l'USU :-! with the farm talks will help: ) to Egg Laying Contest--E. F. Stan- chopper.first putting through a White- 1 z
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$' O'the . | ,\ :\IftVIn: CJOIMJ make Farmers' Week available to ton. r
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yPacl. J ,& every Klorldan. The following Enamel
Galnes>.lle, Fla. Accordingto By Spuds Johnson.) talks will be given. -C. H. Magoon. 1UO DKFOM.YTOUH:
I advance registration possibly a Been so hot and dry I almostlet :.MonthlyMKUMt 11 8:26 Methods of Handling NOW \M.\fiIMa 1'KCAN: pan ,

t*' feel ;t record crowd will attend the ninth Farmers'! Week, slip up on me 11:00: -Opening Farmers' Week Citrus Cdver Crops Louis H fOVTUOIj HKCOMMKXIJKI: : : :

k> heat' annual Farmers and Fruit (Grow this year. Luckily, though, I was -Address by Dr. John J. Tlgert. Alsmeyer., 12 yA capacityNIYER
1 1 f, .' er.' Week at the College of Agriculture able to get a room reservation, 12:15: -The Value of HealthDr. 8:40: Managing the TUng'OilGrove Gainesville, Fla. Two insects,
t> diaa August 11-16.: Over halt and so the Johnson famllly will Lucile Spire Blachly. -George P. Hoffman I the fall webworm and the walnut

tbal ; I of the University's dormitory be among those present at Gainesville 12:30-How Farm Women are defoliator, are now troubling pe-

! ,. tlr space has already been) reserved, on Monday morning, August Improving Holmes County Homes I. I II cans In Florida. These insects eat -
e and a heavy flow of reservations Is 1, when the 1930( farmers' Week -Mrs. Settle Caudle. HINTS TO HOVbEWIVES I the foliage and harm the tree.
still coming In. Arrangements opens. And we will also be 6:00: -Training the Farm Boy The fall webworm, which spin
accommodate a J.o'. Williams, Jr. ,I webs on the smaller limbs, can be
.see i iDl have bren made to among the ones who are there un- Weekly from Homo ))..lI1on-
} large number of visitors In nearby til the event closes at noon Friday 6:15: Improving Washington 1I1.IIUon.IC'nt.. controlled by burning or by being
; : homes, hotels, and small boarding I August 16. County Soils-Ous York. pulled down. Paper or cotton
Lys asw ,* ho u sen, and plans are being madeto Speaking of hot weather, It Is Tuesday, .lllKIIHt 13: (;,..1"| and (>r\iM* ProductsAs rugs, tied on the end of a pole and
that , take care of an unusually large usually pretty hot at Gainesville 11:00: --Address-Dr. Flora MClilentlne. a food the grape Is recognized soaked in kerosene,-can be used htve we been able to
the :' crowd. during Farmers' Week, but the among the healthful fruits forts for burning the worms, web and to savers of coupon front To get this premium, you mmt halt
Ocrsgon Soap Product*a finer premium
stl, Over 160 men and women speak- folks at the College of Agriculturesay 12:10: -Importance of Beef Cattle vitamins, organic acids, and all. A long bamboo pole, with a than this round white enamel at least
ers from all parts ot Florida and It's always fair weather when In the Soutuheast-Dr. Milton minerals. No products are more nail through the end of it, can be except duh-Dam for Tbia blue utensil bead I*ed solid uit.white It 10 Coupons ,

the Southeast, and a number of good folks get together-at Farm 1'. Jarnagin. cheaply or easily prepared than used to entangle the web and pullIt is or the heavy vnamel kind that from ,
demonstrations, exhibits, and field ers' Week. Anyway, I guess It 12:30: -What the Market'Wauls those made from sun-ripened down, after which the worms you'd pay a good price for. '
To this! fine dtsh-pao ask OctagonSoap
, trips are listed In the preliminary won't be any hotter there duringthe In Beef Cattle-II. McDowell. granes./ Grapes serve well when can be crushed or burned. four set grocer for "Octagon"just every
k programs which have been distributed week than it would be If I 6:00: -The Trench Silo -8. W. canned, made Into catsup, pre: The walnut defoliator spins no time you, scouring buy laundry clcanier.soap,toilet soap SOAP II
'HI t ) over the state. These programs I stayed at home. Green. serves, or jam. Grape Juice Is also web, but does considerable damageby soap powder for the wash basin, floating Powder /

' w ), show what Is going on at Mary and I have been going to 6:15-Civic Clubs and Agriculture a well known refreshing drink. eating the foliage. Prof. J. 1C soap washer.fur Save the bath your and coupons.chips fur For your 1OO. The other 90 tan OWD ER '
every hour during the week. Cop- Farmers' Week right regularly for In Jefferson county-E. It. Florida's liberal supply of bunch Watson, entomologist at the Experiment you ceo secure this6ne di.h-paa provided be from any: of '"
1r h lea may be obtained from the several years now, and we always Finlayson.. grapes, .'Scuppernongs, Thomas Station, recommends Octagon you have Soap at least Powder.10 couponsfrom tht Octagon Soap NuwpgEO ai N1011

1 r county or home demonstration learn something new. Seems like \\,...h.'I..yII"UNt. 1:1: and James varieties may well be praying with lead arsenate for Note I Octagon Toilet Soap Cou Products below.thown

: agent, or Agricultural Extension : from one year to the next there is 11:00-Address: Hon. Doyle used 'to make some of these products -' them. lie says, also, that growers, counts ae double hi value offer.-each ono _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Service, Gainesville enough of interest happens to M. Carlton. by keeping a close watch, can two on( *
testingcjultlljj A day nursery has been planned make the' program worth while 12:15-The Future of the Poultry Canned; Grain's catch these worms while they are FREE I Send for complete catalog listing hundreds of other fun Octagon Pnmiumt. -
, .i and will take care of the small for us who go every year. And Industry-S. W. Henn. The chief essentials in canning I pupating> and destroy them easily. Address Octagon Premium Dtp, ij Sussex Street, Jersey City, N.J.

tim i children so that mothers may give for those who haven't been recently 12:26: Growing Chicks on grapes are removal of seed, softenIng When they.are ready to molt they
avr their full attention to the lectures I am sure there will be plenty Wire-I. C. Thompson. of skins, and thorough sterilization -
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And demonstrations. Free camping 'of Interest this year. 12:35: _Beekeeping. In Dixie-J. of fruit and container Use ,
yAatmro i.j. facilities will also be provided The program they sent me when J, Wilder. "- fruit tHat is firm and full ripe. HEADACHERELIEVED 1 r t
:', on the campus. I; registered says that Governor 6:00-The: Value of Home Dem- Weigh and separate skins and CGON I ,
Snappy entertainment programs Carlton is due to speak Wednesday onstration Work to a county- pulp. Place hulls in a kettle with 1 x CL6AlISE4
"r have been arranged for every and President TIgert, of the Mrs. D. W, Summer pint of water for each six pounds . QUICKLY SOAP wwwp0 ht '
;- night, and one evening will be devoted University, Monday, That program 6:10 The Home Products Ex- fruit. Cook until tender in covered CARTERS[Tail Poiely V...table fiB aa

;' to the much enjoyed annual just about covers everything from hange-Miss Orpha Cole. vessel Heat pulps and JuiceIn I PILL digestive quickly corrects disturb the 1DDp "
i farmers' picnic Tuesday night chickens to citrus, too, I'll'say, 6:20 Home Industries-Miss another colander or fruit press. J the intestinal fir:
ances.removes uiui im "* "
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r. visitors may see the Oator Night with plenty of powwows thrown Mary E. Keown. Add this to skins with 1 pound poisons, and sick headache:

f Club as they are broadcasting Iin for the women. Mary says: we 8:00: -New Ideas In Grove Man- sugar' Stir and cook 8 to 10 min quickly Your whole system Present coupons to agent! below on or before DEC. 31,VUJ1 1WOJSfffffJfj
their regular weekly frolic over I can look over our farm and home agement-G. A. DeVane. utes. Pour Into hot, sterile jars, ysaptonic effect, constipation

WRUK. and see the effects of our visits to 8:15: .Six Years Experience seal and process for 10 minutes. vanlahea,and you feel renewed
; The cafeteria, and other facilities farmers' Weeks, in better farming With Crotalarla in My Citrus This method of utilizing grapes vigor. Avoid bromides and dope, Bradford County Farmers Supply Co
of the University, are thrown and a prettier and more com- Grove-Earl Hartt. requires little sugar. Canned they are depressing and harmfuL
1 All Druggists 25c and 76c red pkga
open to visitors, and expenses fortable and convenient home. 8:26-Value: of Egg Laying grapes[ may be served as a breakfast -

tie should not run over $1.60 a day I'm expecting to see just about Contests to PoultrymenHaroldIrvin. appetizer, a dessert, or usedIn CARTER'S H35PILL5 STARKE, FLORIDA

: per person. every Florida farmer and his wife pies and puddings ----- .
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Cas s Aside from the general sessions, there this year. They're aU in 8:35: The Importance of '.Gral'( ('atsup r..te..,.,.e- -- --
special sections In truck crops and vited. i Green Feed to My Birds-Paul I Grape catsup will..,. make an ex- f
ornamentals citrus and small Chesley. J

+ fruits, farm crops and" livestock,i KXPK1UMKNT: : HTATIOV 8:46: -The Progress of Marketing CHEVROLETCHEVROLET /

it 1cdial.., poultry beekeeping, agricultural I TO i.NTiionrci: Live Poultry and Eggs.-F. W. COFFINS & CASKETS
eta economics, and pecans are plannedfor NEW CHOI* TO SOUTH Usher.
*, the menThe women will devote -' Gainesville, Fla. CrotalarlaIs I Thursday, AuKUHt It And a Full Line of ANNOUNCES

vu their afternoons to sections! now added to the list of plants 11:00: Trends of Agricultural Undertakers'!!! Supplies ."
I In home Improvement. rug making which the Florida Experiment Production and of PopulationDr. -

paMe health, clothing, foods, sewIng Station and United States Depart- O. f;.'Baker. AUTOMOBILE HEAHSEAlvrnya
/h. or basketry. Everybody will: ment of Agriculture have intro 12!15 '-- Growing Tobacco In ) OB Ilnnd. The bent DE LUXE WIRE wniisJQL
YeaIfendan get together for the main addressat duced Into the southeastern partof Florida-J. M. Purdom.12:26Spacing I .....1". at the luvreat prl......
'bent of'le noon each day, and for the I the United States : Spanish Pea. Special attention to telccrnuu

Navy" night entertainment. The women Letters received by the Experiment nuts for High Yield-W. n. Pow ord.raREGISTEItED at
ralffo, :, will have. joint morning programs. Station as a result of two ell' EMBALMER wio extra cost

4-onea, ltal recent articles on this new soil 12:36: Fertilizing Cotton- DEWITT C. JONES
and tW building crop--one In a nationaland W. J. Davis.
nq a'are the other In a Southern farm In
OO-The Place of Dairying
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publication-Indicate a tremendous Building Permanent Agriculture
t. xftaa Gainesville, Fla. Those who Interest In Crotalarla from ,' In the South-L. II. Neal. v
..neerderl Texas to West Virginia. The Florida 6:15: Progress of Tick Eradication y r
attend Farmers' Week at the Col-
'' lege of Agriculture August 11-15, station has supplied, need for In Florida +.-- Dr. J. V. OWNER VES Fp.t ,
testing to experiment stations and
ourpor will be entertained by the Gator Knapp.
( farmers In most of the other 8:00 Progress of Dairying on
Night Club, popular WIIUF entertainers
1 Southern ,states. Indications are Small Farms In the Southeast
Tuesday night, August 13,
that the' crop swlll grow success- Roland Turner..
beginning at 8:00: o'clock, as they
are broadcasting one of their reg- fully In most of them and that it 8:15: --':A State Vegetable and
ular programs. will be widely planted nolhbr Small Fruit Cooperative Market-

.- year Ing Association L. M. Rhodes.
b Other crops which the Florida 8:25: A Vast Pecan Market-
There are no boarder cows iji station hall helped to Intofduce Into Ing Cooperative-H. H. Simmons. i I
*?4, the barn when there are milk the South Include velvet beans 8:36 Winter Cover Crops li 1 Ii

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Miami--Vagrancy charges long Jacksonville today looking for valued at $7 when they broke Intoa enforcement of the motor tag laws Stuart St, Lulce Electric Co
I iehro. News of Florida in Short pending here against AI Caponeand chicken thieves It Is the first filling station near the Muna Isle has nearly made up for these Inc., opened for business In Os- p
Paragraphs several satellites! were dismissed time he has'evt'r been on a similar Indian village here Monday night. losses in revenue. McLIn said and ceola building:
oat In criminal court today and mission. But then this Is the first When City Detective R L. Jester the year's total Is expected to be Parker - Charlie Mashburn
01. prosecuting counsel announced no time the penitentiary pullet pens went to the village for the boys as great or nearly as great as last moved Manhburn Variety Works
turther Information would be filed have been raised by robbers. There ho was told by Cory Onceola chiefof year. here.
In the matter "The state was lire quite a fey' robbers In the local tribe, that the youths Apopka Florida Public Ser-
[ LIVE STATE NEWS ] merely able to allege the defendant but they are mostly would be tried by an India (court TRAIN 1 HCHKUtl.K<< : I vice Company completed negotiatIons
had no lawful business whereas the prison and help in the naiford'i following/ the custom of many -- I for purchase of Apopka Ica
the language of the state spec- of chickens among other years Our schedule changes 12:01: a. Company for about $ I 1,000.
Itled 'lawful purpose," Edwin It Is a clear case of the robbers being m.. Sunday April 20th and train t
TOLD BY OUR Hubbard. assistant prosecutor robbed. Captain Brown thinks.! Panama City With approximately will run as follows:
EXCHANGES said. None of defendants was In He said he was certain he would 600 men on the job construction Local No.1. southbound due
..... _ LO' court at the time. Fritz Gordon know the chickens If he saw them work Is being pushed Starfce. 11.11: p. m.
r counsel for Capone said he still again because they are--or per- rapidly forward on the Bay liar Local No. 11, southbound, due
Tampa-Within a radius of 100 for several years has ginned the was In Miami but on a fishing trip. haps were of a fine variety. Besides bor plant of the Southern Kraft Starke 11:13 a. m.
miles of Tampa are 25 counties, first bale of new cotton and paid 1 that, Brown says he wants Paper company, a subsidiary of Limited No. 107 southbound
with a total population of 612.412 ft good premium for It started the Chlpley-The board of county to meet the world's nerviest thief. the International Paper company.A dUll Starke 10:45: a. m.
or three-sevenths of the total population new season Wednesday when II. C. commissioners, sitting as an equal frame office building has been Limited 101, :southbound due
of.the state. Adams farmer living a few miles ization board came to an agreement Tallahassee--The state supreme under construction during the last Starke 10:36: p. m.
south of Gracevllla brought in with the large land owners court today ordered an alternativewrit week and will be used by the Russ Locals Northbound:
. Miami Florida Is twice as 1412 pounds of cotton In the seed. to reduce the valuation of their of-mandamus against Frank I Engineers of Pittsburgh Pa., who No. 2, due Starke. 6:43: a. m. ii
healthy as any other state. In the This made a bile weighing 530 property one-third beginning with Brown, (clerk of the circuit courtto are to install the machinery In the No. 12. due Starke, 3:05: p. m.
union with regard to the trans- pounds and with the seed netted the 1930 assessment for which favor Duval county to be quashed, plant and also the boilers that are Limited No. 108. due Starke,
1I1111 lon of tuberculosis, accordingto about $140. they agreed, to pay In full the and directed Duval county commission to be used Already much of the 5:53 p. m.Starke ::
Vf. W. A. Claxton, Miami. 1929 assessment same as all oth- : to turn to a regular lawsuit machinery has arrived. The ma- and Wannoe Branch:
Jacksonville Three special er real estate owners have done. to obtain $3.600 held by chinery and supply house has been No. 1M leaves Stark 7 a. m., No.
Bonlfay-J. T. :Williams has trains brought 1,200 more Geor- The payment of the 1929 tax by Drown as fees for a year's duty as completed on the exterior and IH' 103 arrives 2:40: p, m. dally except r--1'LJ '
purchased one Cheviot ram and gia soldiers to Jacksonville today. the large land owners, will bring clerk of the county commission.In ready for the Installation of mach Sunday .
five ewes. These animals consti- The 122nd Infantry, Georgia Na- quite a nice sum Into the county the case before the supreme inery. The basement of the digest T. J. Griffin agent '
tute the first flock of pure 'bred tional Guard will spend 15 daysat treasury and retain quite a large court members of the Duval coun- building has been completed and l "Smileat
sheep ever Introduced In Holmes Camp Foster near here In acreage of these lands on the tax ty commission claimed Brown had the main floor laid. The foundation Itlu., HUM I S Ii,i1uli>* theAchcf
county training.' The 122nd Infantry Is, books for which the usual tax Mill collected maximum fees and other of the caustic reom Is well under SouLhbolloll1-9:37: a. m., 11:37a :
oomposed largely of Atlanta men be paid this fall or next spring. compensation 'las clerk of the clr way and the sides of this, are m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. tn., 11-:
Jacksonville! If sale of tags and officers.) Col. Q. P. O'Keefe' cult court and also had collected beginning to rise from the ground. 40 p. in.
that go with fertilizer deliveredto Is commanding officer of the regi- St. Petersburg-Herman Dann $300 monthly for the year 1929 a8 Northbound-4:50 a. m, 8:53a. : .
farmers Is an accurate guide ment. of St. Petersburg former presi- clerk of the county commission Tallahassee Although the m., 1:63 p. m, 4.23 p. m., 8:23p. : Ordinary paInshead.
Florida farming this year Is going dent of the state chamber of commerce and had obtained an alternativewrit sources of his department's revenue m. ache and neuralgia, muscu
and chairman of of mandamus to prevent the Tickets and Information lar pains functional pains
ahead on a basis considerably Winter Park-Uapld the spe- have been reduced this year at ,
greater than in 1929. Is being made on the two progress new cial committee appointed at the clerk from keeping $3,600 extra W. S. McLIn, acting motor vehicle Smith's Service Station, next tc I the headache and congested
girls dormitories now being erect- meeting at Lakeland July 10 to fees. /' commissioner, said today that he courthouse. feeling of a cold In the ;
Dade City-A comparison be- ed at the west end of Rollins col- promote the campaign looking to --'- expects the department to show head-how quickly they ;
tween the tentative budget adopted lege campus, Winter Park. The the selection of a location in Flor- Miami-Two Indian boys were about the name total revenue as 0000---- -.- - p disappear when you take a
by the Pasco board of county Winter Park Herald says the con- ida for the establishment of a taken to the fastnesses of the Everglades last year. The state legislature tablet or two of
tommlssloners and the budget of crete foundations are nearly com- branch of the National Home for today to stand trial by reduced the price of licenses on Say it with Flowers

the past year shows a reduction of pleted and the main framework of Disabled Volunteer Soldiers under their elders for theft with the motor trucks up to 4,000 pounds. ---- - R.MILES' '
$84.000 In the expense of operatIng the buildings will be up'In a few I the terms of the Fletcher-Green prospect if convicted, of having from $1.50 to 75 cents a 100 Ibs, ;a
the county government.Ocala days. Both are expected to be act: conferred with Uen. Frank D. one or both of their ears cut off and there were 1,700 less "for Flowers For All Cl ir-1Iint
completed and ready for use by Mines director of the veterans bureau The court was to be held In the hire" vehicles this year than last
Constructive work in October. and who under the plan for Seminole retreat In Big Cypress because of rulings on rates by the OccasionsGERTRUDE
i around Ocala is costing bout' the co-ordination of all veterans' swamp, far from the paths of the state railroad commission, the act- Dr. Miles' Asplr-Mint la the ..
and 'I ---- - --- -.. new, stable mint-flavored tablet
Including a fullers earth Tallahassee-State activities will be In charge as ad- white man, and, the scene of many Ing commissioner said. lie estimated making
$180,000 Comptroller that is people all overthe
plant an 18-hole golf course additions -1 Ernest Amos today was served ministrator. other trials that have brought that the department's reve- GODDEY country "Smile at the Ache"
swift and at times terrible punishment flue from "for hire" vehicles had
to a club house developmentof with a writ,of injunction in a suit ISc and 25e at ;your drug store
a resort and additions to acreamery. of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad Jacksonville Captain W. E. to offenders.! The two boys been reduced about $75.00 and ANDERSON '
restraining him from the collection Brown high official at the state were charged by Miami police to- that from reduced feus for trucks Phono 39 Waldo, Fla YOU LL GET: HEUEFOR

of special bonded school district prison farm at nalf rd. was in day with having stolen articles about 250000. However rigid _-._._,-. __ '_ _._'--. YOUR MON.fcY BACK.

West Palm Beach-Florida has taxes In Marlon county. The .-- ----.
two publications that are devoted writ was Issued by Judge D. J. .
entirely to fishing. They are the Jones of Chipley. Attorney Gen-
Palm Beach Sportsman and the eral Fred H. Davis said that the
Florida Sunshine Special. Their case will be appealed to the supreme /t :: : Co

and columns exciting are tilled fish stories.with Interesting court. ., : ::::N\\

Malone-Farmers In the vicinity -
Madison-On July 15 the elec- ,. of Malone and the merchants 1 1t. _
tric and Ice business of the Madison of that town are anticipating a
County Power Company was good cotton ginning season which i t. t
taken over by Florida Power and will soon be In full blast. In the "1fI. ."
Light Company, and the water proximity of Malone there will be .or :; 5 .. 1.
business by Consumers Water Co., 3,000 or more bales of cotton gin. .
aiubxldlary! of the Florida Powerand ned this season and It Is a good; ";tI
Light+ Company.JacksonvllleOfficials. looking crop. Owing to the dry #00Th I ..' .i
weather the cotton farmers have '.,
of the not been very much bothered with
ntbb Gas Engine company, South the boll weevil and the cotton has :' );.

Jacksonville announce4 receiptof developed good shape ( .;an' i .:
a contract for four 25foot ', I
glass bottom boats tube built for Chipley An open safetypinwas /ff ,. .I
the Paradise Park Amusement removed from the throat of ' :

company to be used in showing the Infant daughter of Mr. and . .', '" .
Ocala visitors the beauties of Silver Mrs. Gus Dunn of this city and I '. ." :: \
Springs. now the baby Is as good as new. .
The parents were unable to discover ::. : :-i:
GainesvilleFlorida consumes the cause of the baby's excessive ,,. ,':.]
and furnishes the nation with crying:, so they took her to a
nearly $150,000,000 worth of doctor's office. It was then that .' ):., ,
fruits vegetables, dairy and livestock the safety-pin was discovered. Dr. "
products yearly. The state C. W Harper removed the pin
marketing bureau estimates the with a little difficulty, causing onlya
value of all crops, poultry dairy slight injury.
and livestock products last year at
1142,740,000. Palatka-L. E. Jepson owns a .
poultry ranch near here and lays
Orlando-Plans for expenditureof claim to two of the most eccentric urant ell
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thousands of dollars by the hens in the neighborhood. One : a offCl//
Plymouth Fruit Company for Increasing fastidious pullet apparently be- -
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the capacity of Its citrus coming bored with the every-day :' :; v, $ _
packing plant which when completed procedure of laying an ordinary .
will bring the value of the egg produced a monogramed one. ( :'Mflfct: :\ .
establishment to $175,000 mak- On an egg she laid the letter "R" ;4\ thaEiJ
ing It one of the largest In this was plainly in evidence. Jepson
section of the state have been believes It must be that Initial of mildewcmdojfChesterfield

made public here.- "Mrs. Rooster." sN

Marianna-When the remodeling Tampa-Bids for the burial of
of the Lime Products building the city's pauper dead were received -
In completed In Marianna It will by the cemetery committee today .
be one of the prettiest and most as follows: White corpses, $35 U
comfortable structures In the city. each; negro corpses, one cent each. erTh.
The building Is being equippedwith White undertakers banded together -

sprinkler system and other on the $35 rate but the one "-,
improvements will be made Including cent t>ld for negroes was submit .
a number of offices on the ted by the leading negro undertaker -
second floor He got the job. "I'll bury
every negro pauper who dies In
Jacksonville-Asked about the Tampa," he said "for the sum of
rumor said to be current In cer- one cent apiece from the city. And
tain sections of Florida that he I'll make $500 a year doing It.",
intended to retire from the sen- --
ate at the end of his term In 1933. Carabelle Work has begunon
Senator Fletcher said: "There Is the stretch of highway between
no foundation for such a rumor. : Godley's Bluff and Carrabelle,
I am feeling fine and expect to. be which was damaged during the
a candidate In the 1932 primary I September storm. A large crew of
election." men have started the work of rebuilding -
the road and according
Marianna In addition to ex- to engineer Yancy, part of the
pansions In exhibits for the Satsuma roadbed will be built several feet
Orange Festival, the Association farther back than the old grade.
will 'request of Nathan A When this work Is completed
Mayo, commissioner of agriculture travelers coming in this directionwill ,
the Florida state exhibit that have one of the best roads In
has been showing In Northern south as well as one that affords! MILDER YES-BUT SOMETHING MORE. a
points, and which has excited I beautiful scenery.
much Interest and also proved of Chesterfield offers richness aroma, satisfying 'f!" >
I Florida /
preat advertising! value. produces Jacksonville only a-small While part of the flavor. _;. ,: ",8 -r/ 1

Pensacola Thomas A. Johnson. annual American cotton crop the BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; and .

a* chairman of the chamber of acreage under cultivation In this that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in .
and state on July 1 was 10.4 per cent W
commerce committee on rivers
harbors has started to work to larger than that for last year. The cst measure-the flavor and aroma of full.IS.l'i ,
of the Sixth Federal ,
procure for the government rights monthly review tobaccos exactly blended and -
Issued from At- .
"f between bank district
way through properties
Pensacola and Mobile, and along lanta shows that there were 106,- Better, taste and milder too ) \ ...

the surveyed route of the Inland 000 acres of cotton under cultivation \rr" ;.to '
Florida compared with t)l30.iJcoarTSMvrasTosaceoCo.
waterway. which lately was authorized in Cr..tARftif.
In the enactment Into law 96,000 acres last year at the same .
of the rivers and harbors bill. time. No report on probable production
will be available before trains n+'aotaaoostag55d..n' :

Gracevlll M. Kirkland, who late this. month it was said.



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1929-30 '
I QuIncy, Aug. 4.-A transaction .'c'W1'8 Time.Ky .
/ Wynne Ferguson turning over to the state 600 acres

A quiet}, Informal marrinl:(' took Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BFUDGa"Copyright f1 : ; for an agricultural experiment: sta< ( Itlrhuiil L sii, ",
tlon which will serve Florida between <-
plate Wednesday at hlKh noon Jacksonville and Pensacola Atlanta Ga.- -More i
when MIsS Laura Lee Hemingway 1919 by Iloyle,Jr. from the Arabian Ni">
Jo('n1ne tho bride of Mr\ Orle A. has been closed here. than a record of mod.., .1

Wlf''IiifThe ceremony waif perform ARTICLE No.32 J. W. Woodward was paid $10,- achievement rends the ,
tlov O '1'. lUymond I COO; for the property, which la foul
(1 by in the It is not often that n player is given an opportunity to fool the opponent as I miles south of Qnlncy and Is marvelous growth and! I"
at the lluptltit pustorlum I in the following h hand, but all our readers must admit that the declarer made a I known the White )>Ia'o. ment or Sargon the N,.> 1?.
as '
present, of a few relatives and most unusual and clever play and was well! entitled! to his game and rubber.. II Fund.* Atailable ic Compound witch.has i II. ""b(

friends \.t 1 wi.ip ; sensation of the'drug tnut'
4 becomingly attir- Example Hand ;i 4- The 1929 Florida legIslature "II.
The bride was I - izj Itm JM7 out the United States ('111I11'"
made available an approprlatloifor ni
ed In a traveling suit of navy blue U..nrts-IO. 8. 7,3,2 other countries.
0 Ad 1 I 1 riiii A
\ flat crepe trimmed with egg ehell flubs- 10 Q 2 an experiment station In north:
ichi'lur crepe, and her accessories matched liarnonds-j J. 6, 2 EIIk\ Florida, but a site for the proposcd -' The old Illustration of i ,?>(,.

' the trimming of the suit. A small Spades- 10, 9 i- property bud not been announc- ble dropped into the pool l Ia, ,je.

he' close fitting hat of the nnmo light Hearts-Q, 9, 4 Hearts- T, S 'eil until the Gaduden county land scribes the phenomenal n'cl( ',?.
Clubs- K. 8, S : Y : Clubs- Q, J.7,3 presedented demand and >
re L hade completed the pretty cos Diamonds K, 9, 8, 4, 3 : A "D t Diamonds- 10, 5 wan purchased.It 'lIn.
is spreading
that construction OV..r 'in .
7 Z Spades- K 8 6,5,3 la expected
e9JIMa t. tume. Spades-J, : z ,
The bride, Is the atrtutlve of several buildings In which agricultural tire American Continent 'i. ,
,. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Hearts-A, 1 K. 6 experiments will be con- great tidal wave.

abl .. Hemingway and hall numbers of Clubs-A, 6, 4 7 ducted will be started Boon. The Recently compiled flip, ",".
Iiatnonds-AQ, soil the Gadaden county land offers veal that approximate!
happiness *
friends who wish her every i "''II
Spades-A, Q 4, 2
l. in her married life. Mr. Is said to serve all purposes men and women are man-hu- '?

i Wiggins b the son of Mr. and No score rubber game Z dealt and mends. won the trick in dummy which of the extension division. \ the drug stores dally fin '?

1 Mrs. If n. Wiggins and Is a young bid one no trump and all pusseil. A led hand mode two more trick in hearts, Thera are already two experIment and Sargon Soft Mass mi" ''h.
I' man of excellent character and ,I the four of IJi.imondH. the six was and so Z and Y won game and rubber. stat'on In Florida one at marvelous new treatment ,M", II

; industry He Is employed by J, played from dummy, B played the A clever piece of play] eedless to say the University of Florida, Gainesville restoring health to couutli, ""I ",,
if Z had
ten and Z took the trick with the ace that won the first diamond
W Andrews Jr., of the Ford Oa (not the queen). Z then played I three trick with the queen as practicallyevery and another In south Flor- sands by new and rin-, "I,,

tLet rage. rounds of hearts, winning the first two player would have done, he ida.Mr. methods undreamed of oni\ w
Immediately after the ceremony with the king and ace, and A taking couldn't have gone game. Then A obtained Woodward Is said to have years ago.Already.

f Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins left for a the third with the queen. A now had the lead he would undoubtedly sold the land for the station at a than r
more > "i"" "''lit(J
and WllBOH to lend, and played the nine of diamonds have led clubs and so have prevented unit
to niadenboro sacrifice in order to bring the
motor trip as lie assumed that, as Z had the jack of diamond from becoming a ( suffering men and women" ha\>
N. C., where they will visit won the first trick with the ace over re-entry. It also enabled Z to take the ''AMATfJNIGHT to Gadsden county.Negotiations put it to the test and huv. i 1<>id

t_. i i" the brides relatives and later will II'. ten, Ii muit hold the queen. Dut to spade finesse and thus make a game for the station other millions what it ha ,lone
..t "'1. go to Washington. I>. C. After a his astonishment i the knave of dia- that otherwise was imnossible. c property had been under way for for them.
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f1 two week's trip they will return Answer to Problem No. 26 several months and' legal technicalities Marching in regulation l g

;. to Starke and be at borne to their G. .JESSEr.. -.J which for some time held Army fashion single fib ihia

friends at the Lord place on West {Hearts-J,luusA,9,7Diamonds 7. 5 I up the transaction have just been vast army of Sargon users could.

,r!: Madison street. -1pades ..- ironed out reach from New York to San Fran

\, K. 9 1rLJ ) =-4t J:1 S clscq and at the present ran, or

:I. MRS. ..WJ XTI.:ItT.\lSS Hearts 10, 9, 4, 3 Hearts- 6 .. ;.Uri Ji-iJ''' Hr ..1\iQ\I'a'lMwlOIiif-"r"\ \ aunlia i"1111 t\1-1t' I'e. KLOHIDA-GKOUGIA* : : sale woui1= in a few year) time
Clubs-8, 6,5 : Y z Cluhs-IO CHOP HI1OHT THIS! YEAH encircle the entire globe.
Diamonds- 3 z A B : 1)iamondi. Q, 10. 7
Mrs. II. C. Wall was hostess Sings substance that gave him anlma-. The only\ explanation ,of SIN
Spades-4 S Z z Spadee-nQ J. 10. 7 George Jessel Jacksonville Fla. Aug. 1.-Recent -
',' Tuesday afternoon at three tables Famous Ballad in New Jessel has the highest respectfor surveys by experts over the gon's triump in the Medical World
ther home on Ilearts -8Clube Is Sargon's true worth flail
of auction bridge at pantomime, but, he maintains, pecan sections, of FloVida state
t. Walnnt street. Diamonds- none-:: 6 4 "The voice is the vitality of the that the crop tor the coming sea- of its triumph the drug stoieHs i
8. ,
,A( After several interesting games Spades-A, 8,6,3 actor the life of the portrait. A son is to be short. its triumph In the homes nllllIlt, I t

1 prizes for high and second' scores New York City,-George Jes- pantomime performance needs a There are definite reasons forBorne the grateful endorsements of its

p\ went to Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and There are no trumps and Z !Is in the the nine of hearts, he must lead eithera eel, who is retiring; from what musical accompaniment as badlyas of these conclusions for millions of users that has made It
Airs. O. L. Haynea respectively. lead. How cant Y Z win eight of the heart or a club in which case Y must moving pictures,.drove us to call passing the plate in church some sections have been attacked the most widely talked of medicine
jl Clients for the afternoon were: nine tricks against any defense win two hearts and one club, or one 'the speaking stage," in favor of needs an offertory. The spoken in the world today.
W. M. Wainwright Mrs. A. The plan of play to follow in the heart and two clubs On these three "the talkies," l is one of those who performance is its own music." by the "borer which has stripped Sargon is extensively advertised,
; Mrs. problem 1 I. to take out the spade and tricks U and Z must discard. As Z has is glad the shadow actor has. been George Jessel has never givena the trees of young nuts. ThisIs
L1;:> Z. Adkins. Mrs. O. L. Ifeasley Mrs. diamond from A's hand and the club thus the chance to discard after B, Z given a voice."Synchronized. stage performance in which he especially true of south Georgia It Is true but no preparation no

i;, J. M. Smith Mrs. Wade Kennedy from n's hanj, so that A can be forced must win the last two tricks either with pictures" Jewel has not sung. He is one of those where losses have been so matter how extensively mlvprtlwl,

If Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. N. Stern- in the lead and obliged to lead back the ace and one spade or the ace of Bayi "have broadened the field people who can sing a song with heavy It is said growers are con- could possibly meet with Hub
berg, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Miss Ma- either hearts or clubs. spades and A diamond.b from which screen talent may his back to the audience and pull and federal phenomenal success unless It possessed
sidering asking state
;! ble Weller. Mrs. M. S. Granger Soluttaitt At trick one Z should lead ( ) If A refuses to take trick four be elected. Your sinking- actor the heart right out of you. With absolute merit and xtri-
!l Waldo the kmif of diamonds. At trick two Z with his nine or ten of hearts Y should be pantomimist and able sound and shadow synchronized, aid to control the pest before an-
Hicks of a medicine
Maceo I
'! and Mrs. should lead the five of spades and win play the nine of clubs and follow with may all that other the of the movies is widened other season in order to save the ordinary powers as a
d. and Mrs. E. E. Branch of Jack- in Y'a hand with the king. At trick the seven of clubs. A must then lead a to express! artist can any portray pantomime but ,,the field of talent enlarged, Industry from total ruin. I' There'can be but one poiislbl
eonvllle.BIIITIIDAY. three Y should lead the ace of club on heart so that Y has thus two heart explanation for Sargon's amu-
k I,, won that is only a part of his talent, and a new thrill Is given the audi- la other sections there seemsto
which Z should discard the eight of and one club tricks as in (a) and from ence. Jessel's first singing and short Ing success and it can be told i
a of his expression. be no real reason for a
hearts then on the result is the same Should fart is MERIT!. Canon
the talking feature production one -
:1 PARTY At trick four Y should lead the seven A refuse to take either club trick, by Heretofore the singer: on Tiffany-Stahl crop. It is generally known that
"Lucky Boy, picture
of hearts and A may (a) win the trick playing his eight on, Y'. nine, Y lead! screen has been an incomplete in which a the star wins his pecan trees do not bear heavily Pharmacy agents.
with the tune of hearts or (b) refuse to his five of hearts and the final result artist. lIe has been as handi- S
-". Mrs. E. K. Ferryman entertained \ audience his singing of "MyMother's year after year. They
little folkn'-last I win ...._..... sta' L still gives A B only one trick Play out- capped as thatone-armed paperhanger by abundance in and
number' of the some seasons
a hear lot about. He Eyes one great Panama City-- Constructional
trick a
(a} If A wEns the fourth with all variations for practice. you I
Saturday afternoon in honor of has been a shadow without the' ballads of the day. bear few nuts in others. building former site of Panama

"1-, her Emmett who was celebrating ----- The industry although it
son .,Answer to Problem No. 27 - --- --- - - --- - -- pecan Motor Company nearing comple-
ci, 'J his eighth birthday at this Hearts- 7,6 More Violations production from''tbe Entomology has been developed considerably In tion for Cook Motor Company

noV ,. time. 1 Clubs-none i Department of the state plant Florida and south Georgia where Plant City Parsonage of 1st

t; The guests were received on the Diamonds-K ',i if6pa Of Game Laws' board Gainesville. Full directionswill many thousand pounds of nuts are Methodist church repainted aol
spacious lawn of the Peek home
,,' where 'various games were enjoy Heart-8 Heart-J L- Other treatments may consist of as rapid advancement as some other

i ed during the afternoon. In the Club*- Diamonds 7, 6, 5 tA B : Diamonds-Q, 9SiesJ,9,8
with kerosene
emulsion. It
ever popular contest of pinning the Z Spade and finme Laws soap this way. It Is said that a pecan 666
S z t none
'. tall on the donkey Junior Adklns ?' of Florida la used, 1 pound of laundry or 'grove, must be set and tended fora

0 4\ proved to be the' best marksman '. hearts-A fish-oil soap dissolved In 8 gallons number of years before coming Relieves a llrndache or >rurnl,,la Ii

i1' and won first prize. Clubs-A, 0, 4, 3, 2 Indicating that either there has of water is recommended. In case Into bearing and as It covers a no minute. checks a Cold the lint

0Vid 1''", Mrs. Perryman was assisted! by Diamonde0,8, 4 y been a stricter enforcement of the the water la very hard use about comparatively large area per tree d.l r, and rbrrk* Malaria In II""

* ;, Mrs. J. II. lUtch. Jr., and Miss Lois Spades-none game and fish laws this year or 4 ounces- more soap. with little or none of the land between farm, 066 also in Tablets

Long in serving ice cream, cake that there have ben more game S the trees used, do
) There are no trumps and Z is In the diamonds forcing B to win" the trick growers
r (11 and lollypops to. the twenty-five lead. How can Y Z win seven of the with the queen (or with the nine if the and flail law violations than ever \\03IK.\'H: : CLfll WORK not want to sacrifice so much land.

'L guests. nine tricks against any defense? queen were played on the first trick). before. C. C. Woodward, state WILL UK SHOWN IV Hence large pecan groves are not
;,) --:--- The plan of play in this problem is Y discards a spade At trick four B game and fresh water fish commissioner FARM WK1MC;: JoXIIIIUT: numerous.It Keep Cool at.the
to take the heart out of D's hand and must lead the seven of club and Z
41 HPKNU: TIIK MGIIT presented a list of arrests j l la estimated there will be
throw him In the lead on the second should win the trick with the queen, Y
n'j VAUTY diamond trick so that he will be forcedto discarding a spade. At trick five Z for this year that has exceeded I Gainesville Fla. The Ala- about 15,000,000 pounds of pecans FLORIDATHEATRE
lead clubs to Z. The latter must be should lead the ace of clubs and Y all previous flgUies. Last May: chua County Council\ of Senior produced this! coming season.

'Li 1 ,Miss Martha Brownlee entertained careful to play: the ten and eight of should discard another spade.'At trick and June polled OS and 91 arrests Home Demonstration Clubs is This is only a little over halt the
with diamonds on the first two rounds of six Z should lead the four of diamondsand I Mr. Woodward stated
r1: a upend the night party Respectively" planning an exhibit for Farmers' crop produced in 1929 27,498-
that he will be able to A is. thus forced in the lead and
that suit at "
\ in honor of her to a large figure but litslgnifl- Week 000. In 1928 there Home of Vit.aphoneGAINESVILLE
Thursday night which willtell the story,of was reported a
l throw A in the lead on the sixth trick. trick seven must lead a spade.Y should
:\ guest Miss Martha Hague of Solution:At trick one, Z should lead win this trick by covering A's lead, cant to the fact that July. with a Senior Home Demonstration work yield of 41,954,000 pounds FLA.
:I? Alachua at the Weeks cottage on the ten! of diamonds winning the trickin and then should lead the rethainingooci week still togo, has well over a without words. This exhibit will Thq decrease in the production

Kingsley lake.Enjoying Y'*hand with the king.At trick two spade. At trick nine, Y should hundred arrests to Us, discredit. be on display In Peabody Hall at this year may be attributed to sev-

*. the hospitality of Miss Y should lead the six of hearts winningthe lead the seven of hearts so Y Z thus' The greatest numbe'r\ offenses the University of Florida duringFarmers' eral things among which are the Program Week Aug. 8
trick in Z's hand with the ace. At of the nine tricks
win seven against
; have been against the members of facts
with the honor guest that trees be
Brownlee Week August 11-15. may taking time
trick three, Z should lead the eight ofU.l1)&E'.ilN any.. lefenac.HWITCHIMJ.
:; were: Misses Lois Adklns Kitty -- - ------ ,-- - : the flnney tribe, .arrests for seining The council plans to display oft this year and that many

.I llogsed Bunnle Canova, Murla ( TO 11K I C'JIAIUJKS: gigging overbngglng taking representative wares of such changes are taking place in groves. TODAY
I,, Weeks, Judy Whlddon and Sunny I'AIW UY ST.\T.: Fl'.ND TO J. G. ANI) U. IS unsized fish and fishing without phases of home demonstrationwork The demand for larger and better

I.;' Dell of Gainesville. i hELl) TO Iti: ILLEGAL licenses, coming in galore. A few as dairying, poultry garden nuts is causing growers to replace Moran & Mack

Some 800 members of the Flor have. been for the Illegal taking of ing canning. home Improvement, many trees with better varieties

TIIUKK: HTATH' C1HOITHHOM ida national guard will receive approximately -: Industries operating along theJ. deer.The etc. Members of the different which naturally will curtail the (The Two Black Crows)

\VII.I. ) lI'TISWUl'1UNU : : 460,000 aa pay for' Q. and Q. railway formerly the section of the state report- clubs will be present each day to production for a short time., It is In"ANYBODY'S

;- FARM: WKIK; fruit fly Inspection duty during T. and J., are not required to pay Ing the greatest number of arrests, explain the exhibit. generally believed that these condItions JV All"

the month of March aa the result switching charges on cars trans- Mr. Woodward) regretted to relate Each club In the county is con- are more the cause\of the With

Three state-wide associationswill of a conference between Governor ported from the Seaboard Air Line : was West Florida which totaled tributing towards the exhibits. short crop than decreased acreageor Laurel & Comedy
hold their annual meetings in Doyle E. Carlton and members of tracks to the J. G. and O. tracks, over one-third of the entire number S lack of interest In the indus : Ilarily

Gainesville during Farmers' week his cabinet sitting as the budget I It was learned here )yesterday following i of arrests all over. the state. HTATUTKS GIVK: MILITIA try. "IIOG'ILD"
: August 11-16 at the University commission. advices from J. T. Tench, However Mr. Woodward said the KKJHT TO AID SHERIFF P.cans.are grown for the mar-

: of Florida according to advance Payment was authorized by the rate expert of the state railroad offender were chiefly Alabamians ket extensively in 11 of the south SATURDjY"QUEEN

word from the officers of these state after It had been refused by comm lesion. and Georgians coming .over for Protection from mobs Is guar- ern states with Texas leading and HIGH"With

bodies. the federal government on the Mr. Tench's ruling, directed to short fishing and hunting trips. I anteed to sheriffs of Florida in the Oklahoma and Georgia ranking

The state Dairymen's association ground that guardsmen were on I several local business men who In fact Mr. Woodward stated one. statute which provides that when- second and Florida comes well

will meet on Dairy day. duty for the state after March 1.' own Industries along the J. O. and West Florida warden. alone baa already -: ever considerable opposition Is down In the list but is slowly In- Stanley Smith, CharlesRuggles

Thursday August 14. Committeeswill State authorities had been attemptIng Q., stated that assessments of made up to thirty arrests: made or It is feared may be made creasing acreage and will ultimately -

meet at' 8:45 a. m. and the to have the federal government witching charges by the Seaboardon this month. I the sheriff with the advice of the become a large producing A Musical ('omc<1y

general session will be held at pay the bill but gave up traffic originating on that line Discussing game conditions In: county Judge may call upon the tactor In the Industry --

9:30 a. m. J. P. Love of Tallahassee their efforts and assumed the debt and delivered to Industries and general.Mr. Woodward expressedthe state militia In the county for aid. Monday & Tuesday

is president of the group. as a state obligation. The federal warehouses on the J G. and G. belief that Florida's deer and, This is the Information Fred II.

The state count'11 of senior borne government had paid the guardsmen has been Illegal since Jnly 14, turkey population has increased I Davis attorney general gives to STERL COURTNEY "The King of Jazz"With

/ demonstration work will hold Its on Inspection duty through 1927. Mr. Tench said that the J. although many young turkeys! Gen. Vivian Collins. INs VRtNCF

meeting Wednesday morning at February. O, and G. was a part of the Seaboard have been lost due to the high waters -' However. It the militia are called And

8:45: a. m. Mm. U. W. Summer of Funds for the payment to the i system, and not an Individual In the extreme southern portion out without the concurrence of G'STF.nEn nfl.\L Paul Whlteman & Orchestra .

]Jon Ita Springs, Lee county Is guardsmen were taken from savings line.It of the state Seine operationshave the governor or adjutant general l's'r..Tt1' HHOKIvIl: John Boles
president of the council. in the operation of the motor Is understood that several Industries begun at the Eagle Lake the county'ratber than the state Starke Fla. ,

The State Bee Keepem assocIation vehicle department It was said. along the J. Q. and (I. i hatchery and many thousands of must pay the men for their service Laura La PlanteWEDNESDAY _

will hold \its meeting Thursday had been paying swltrh'ng\ charges black bass fingerlings are being *. -- -------

and Friday mornings beginning FLY ST.TlnSU..\ I)()VK1: ) during the last year. Local business distributed! all over the state. Doctor Disagree

each day at 8:45 o'clock. J. men yesterday declared that .... CAIIO OF THINKS: \Vhrn children? are irritable andpeevish
W. Barney of Bradenton Is presi Following orders from Secretary grind their teeth "Good Intentions"With
they did not Intend to pay any and sleep
J of Agriculture Arthur M. 't.\a'i! WiLL CONTROL'WllITIL'LY We desire to express our thanksto restiesefy have
digestive pains and
further charges and
were plan
dent.These meetings; will be part of Hyde the one fruit fly Inspection ning to Institute proceedings to re- : I'.STS ON those who assisted us In anyway urbances, Jack of appetite, and d1t-1 Edmund Lowe
the regular Farmers' week program station In this county on the Key- SW KKT: TOTATO: V1XKNOainesTllle : during the \Illness and at the Itching yw, nose and fingers,
rover the amount that had been
and will not conflict with the stone Height road was abandonedlast -- death of our husband and father, em not always agree that they are njf-
Friday and golfers and other paid since the combining of the Fla. --Ut\; Aschers- Henry Drown and -specially Dr. bring from orms. Many mothers too I Friday & Saturday at
other events on the program It J. (1. and O. with the Seaboard. will not believe that their cardully
walt saId here. "tourists" usingthis highway will onia well known fungus enemy lKgIrs.. Irene Lamb, Mr. and brought up children have ,
Gainesville Dally San. July 81st. can WOrtIIS.
.-' not have to. stop for an examination S citrus white files is. also effective Mrs. Jack Wynn Mr. and Mrs. L. The fact remains that these symptoms the Lyric

Apalacblcola -- A p a l larhlcola of their golf clubs and livft- In destroying the swve \ potato T. Langford. rill yield, in a grent majority of cases, I
Stato Bank purchased $75,000 gage. Cum may now move freely Key West Preliminary work whitefly, Dr. E. W: Berger; entomologist Mrs. Henry Brown and Children. tea, few doses of %White: Cream Vcrnifuge WARNER BAXTER

bond l issue for special school district within the slate without inspection under way for construction of new with the state plant S tho sure erpellant of round In

No. 1. the only stations where cars home for "Citizen" at Green and ward, hat observed. A culture of Clermont-.-Diving dock being. md of> these pin worms. If your child has any "The Arizona Kid"
this harmless
Apopka City offices moved to will be stopped In future being on Ann streets. the fungus will treat about an constructed at Crystal Lake. old eymptonvi fashioned;;; try remedy, which- _

ground floor room of William. Edwards the northern boundary line of the Panama City -Bay Bakery add acre effectively and can be obtained -, Mulberry Spence Pharmacy you can get at. 35o per bottle from
Hotel. \ state. 1 ed new equipment. for one dollar, to cover cost of I Installed: : electric soda fountain. Janora Pharmacy '- Joe SOc


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;::5--r.; I Sara and Janie Callahan of Atlanta Miami Beach Till: HKIIUH-K: ) : STATIJ HAMS I \\oon.Mirmo.i: ; ,: TO MKKTfUarko : ut the di.kri'i"* team are requested, ,
) Ga.. were guests of Mr. and
Mrn J. M Alvarez at Klngnley ,I f ; to wear their uniform'/ and: put on
!! Friends here 1\". 1., C. Ray Grove N'o. 278, Woodmen
n Bits Lake this Wins the will
ofNevi week. Victory1VImh'sulcre Initiatory work as there
will bo interested to know that
Circle!', will hold Its regular\ bo large: tla" ot onuUlrt-m-n and "
The Reddk-k Hunk of whichhe
State ,
lilt..., A. R bliss Mona "t meeting! Tuesday evening: ,\Ug. 12 Important liUHlnciH! to coiro: up.
Wall Alderman .
cashier will within
n two
was ,
;)lade t I V ", and Mr. William Duncan or three weeks pay depositors a All members and ofllcer are Lola Hutto HecretnryVoiuln ,
i. f.-t, lcl.t..v urged ,
, j' left Tuesday for visit with Mr.! AnK dividend
a Miami. Vrh* City of of thirty per (cent and
(l..ll. to be present and tIlt n>emb rn Innian ciuardlan.
; and Mra.: Frank Oren In WluUr Miami Beachwottf] p,!!,Umltiary later the entire amount will be returned -

Haven. victory in Ite ftftjil .pia1Ce each to depositors. ComptrollerAmos ,
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Concerning Our People, Business and ----... :Miami wholesaler:Iffljil'tn* gooJ has already granted the liq- SIj

Progress of the County and Town' Mr. and Mrs. Mead Iligghiboth- at the oiianHld. city pay an oocu uidator the authority to pay a dividend j

%:! am and lion Mead Jr., and Mr. patio nil I license I of ? .S.: of 30 per rent.! .

C. C. Reid of Fernandina spent Circuit Judge H. F Atkinson\ of The following la from the Mclntoah How Doth the Little liusy r

..:...--.'.."oO.S'2.52i--;-- : 5.S'2S'5'25'25 5' rSZ5Z5Z5urP5u' 55Lr'ra25Z'; S c Sunday her 'with Mr. and Mrs Dado county has dent,lied a temporary paper of July 18th: .

n/ :-.' Flynn spent ThurswherrY' Dr. J. E. !Malnes of Lake Duller Geo. W. Alderman. injuuct.on; \ Issued at the The Reddit'! State Hunk cloned .
outset! of litigation to the Wednesday morning/ pending, ro-
!. with Mr. Flynn was a professional visitor here prevent
N Monday. liHdirxi. wash ilivNwn' on nl.o at arrest of the drivers of Miami[ de' adjustment, <>f affairs, this pr()(" d- lice Improve Each Shining
, cushions and cush- Smug, KfH'. livery trucks j) uro being taken to avoid poHsllil' ;
, Ups M. Leviton. 2 6 Ifit Itl'|>M'Hfllt CSr ,4'I crs Plltll'f'fl 1511141 t>rlncilnt voll,('" t:;. Mr. Olin W. White and daughters Attorneys representing a group there should develop conditionsthat '
visitor' 1'111111I18.Mr. Dorothy and, Carol, have returned of Miami[ wholesalers, have sough would force the cloning or Hour ''iI''
' was a
- s.I Alexander from West Palm Bench Immediate rehearing of the case produco a run on the hank, a
,. Tom Waldo Wednesday : and Mrs. Laslio Harper are where they visited Mr. and Mrs. 0. and will file an amended petition!' We are Informed by excellent .
I. I located nt the Wymun cottage on C. Bates
In the matter. authority that the bank ia solvent!
of Lake Butler, KIngsley lake. Not by complaining/ (nhuut hard tlinen--anil you call bet your
e Carl Hitch Itenult of this action, tfwannl and will doubtless par off all depositors last Saturday., -- Mrs. L. S. Hutto and daughters. iii l, will u8|>pnd action of Mlam dollar for dollar, therefore last dollar on that. The little bee may be broke and hare to :'
W. T. Weeks Is spending a weekat Edna, Carrie and, Garnlta and the feature
Beach only to
authorities in apparent
the Scout making arrests give up all hope of buying/ a new net of wilier cooled wings or
| jame> Milton of Macclenny Boy camp near Doctor's Miss Elizabeth Willlamti were for non-payment of license worry about Is the Inconvenienceof
lnB'' uurtiday )here Inlet. guests of Mrs. W. J. Bass In Wal fees having the funds lied up. especially a new screen grid: buzzer this year, but HO long as he (has/ u

" -- do Monday Afternoon. The suits ff1t>several :..month thoHO who doubtless ,net stomach full of honey Mr. Hew la happy
and, harleY of Mr. Gerald Mldldlleton left I ago, sought Injunction. against Mami '- their saving for living expenses! !
1 ,,m an guests of Mr. and Wednesday to enter the Struby :Mrs. JoHphlne Edwards( Mrs It. Beach city authorities )In niak: through I the summer months Let's nil take a lesson from the little rascal and, no long a*

:. M I lohns at Kingsley lake. Ga.School of Pharmacy at Macon O. Daniel! and Mr. Russell Daniel: lug arrests for non-tfajment of 1 Incense However It Is confidently felt that wu continue, to out three times u day, forget nil about hard
I .. have returned to Sarasota", ( after a fees. the situation will be cleared tip
Sirs. J. H. Carradlne of I week here with Mr. and Mrs J. W The suit filed several month without )loss to anyone within avery limes You may think that Is eiialelr said than done, but my
and I Miss Helen Bryce of Jacksonville "'
Park were visiting friends Edwards. ago, sought! Injunction imalnut Ml reasonable time !sate! will help[ the cause along a lot. The prices I'm offering
"a I and Miss Juanita Stokes of .- =
ami Beach city authorities attempting
[\\Veilnenday. Callahan were here Tuesday visIting Misses Amelia and Olive will make you forget the hot weather and (think the good old
I Ray '.
to enforce I the license i \itiuiitnum UKVOKKSriuici :
-and;; :Mrs. J. U. Boring, Jr., Mrs. J: K. Corpeutng. had as a guest", thli week their tax which It was claimed by MI- : : )oM: ()to' TWO MEN-: days are back. Lot's of folks kidded mo about my Bale when I f

[ulle vm of Waldo' were in Mrs. O. L. Beasley) has-returned nephew Rev. L. (I. Ray, who Is ami firms Is Improper and\ Illegal! first announced It, but after reining around to the store and
week. Methodist churches at They contended" they already" TWO men will return to work at
thin from Catlesburg. Ky., where HlUlard and Dinsmore. noticing thinKs they1lanl'll/ their minds. and began! to realize
pay state, county and city license the state prison at Italford Ibis
ha"kh(8.!\ HtJLIJO at she visited her sister, Mrs J. W. In Miami, and If they should be required week as a result of action taken that here wan the genuine; thing. )However, good things don't

,,'s, IWc.n "" Kincaid. !Mrs. James Godbold and son, to pay an additional city II. Tuesday morning by the state pardon last long and this Sale In no exception Saturday In the last }

Rev and Mrs. W. A. Scott left James, Jr., of Jacksonville returned cense In each adjoining/: place the board at a special meeting day, anil If you have not taken advantage of these Having YlttIEt'lt
Mary Brewer ofOrlairdtj home Wednesday after a visit cont-would bo prohibitive --The eendHtotml pardon-of- Monday for their home in Zolfo HUO :yon between now and that day
at the home of Mr. and, Mrs. S,
guest of Miss Gussle Mae ---- .-- Yarborough of Orange county was
Springs after a visit of several r S.! Dowllng. ('OMilUCSSM.tNHKMKVRH: : (HUI': :',' revoked at the recjuoHt of thu '
tt weeks here. .IC1C. h
llMlhlllH "M
: ..: :' .,.\In: (' \- sheriff and the cnmmutnlloii of w

and Mrs. J. E. Wilson have tyr. and Mrs. L. Wymun and MAY CJKT: VUTH IIO'MILake : ': Hentenco of J. A. Glaze of Levy u<>) tun Bile
his niece Miss Emma Miss May M. Patchett left Tues daughter Ruth are In Asheville.N. county waa also revoked at the request O I.MS.STERNBERG'S! l ... bar one null
Client .
,hell of.,Jacksonville day to spend her vacation In Ashe- O., this week, where Mr. Wy- City, Aug 3.--Hcllof that of the Levy county jjjclge, ... : the prlrrw are.. e
vllle, N. 0., and points In ,Kentucky Is frnm vi.m < ,
man attending forestry' meet
Lake City baa an excellent chanceof Yarborough: wa originally'- Tin; : .\ .: HI OHIO: 8:1.1111: ,
": Chan. Overstreet Is visiting ing. obtaining the veterans,: home to Ie need for five years on the charge l
Irother in Winter Haven this -- -. he given tills dtatrt' wiis expressed of assault with Intent to kill, while
Mrs. N. T. niteh. Mrs. T. B. Mrs.V.. E. Middleton and by Congressman R, A. Green of Glaie: was sentenced for shootingInto -
Massie and Misses Madge and Hazel Misses Madge and Hazel Middle-. the second Florida dlitrlct. an automobile. STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ', i

k. GPO. C. White returned Middleton were in Jacksonville ton are spending/: several days In I A site for the southeastern' .

,,y from Miami where she last Friday.Mr. Marietta, Ga., with Mrs. Mary T. National' Home for Disabled Vol- MulberryMain street )lighting Suits Cleaned Pressed and Reshaped

the past week. Joe E. Thomas returned Holland. unteer veterans was'provided, for system to be Improved. J. Frank Thoman- Phone 52 a
some time ago by congress Congressman -
and Mrs. M. P. Brown of last week from River Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Carpenter Green was co-author of
where he has' been for several and daughter Nora' and Mr. ,
1 e 1 visited here and at Lawtey the bill making possible the newveterans'
months. and Mrs. Jack Maxwell and children branch.Congressman .
ftbe week-end.
of South Jacksonville spent Green said( he did
\\A li-llitw lonu'sllnn i He at Mrs. J. A. Saul. Mrs. T. B. !Mas- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. flay.mond not expect any of the larger FlorIda II
ale and Misses Madge and Hazel Butordt I
,'M. : cities to get the home. lie de- II I t
Middleton were in Jacksonville dared other 1
hake City or, Rome ? w
to and, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith had city of similar size In: the second t } 1 t 1PWI

Jin.. Junior, spent last Friday as dlnuer guests Tuesday night: congresRlonal district, most likely I ,-tl 1 t 9 si
Msotnrllle. Irene Lamb and Misses Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mr. and would be selected for the! new v
Beatrice Bullen and Patricia Mrs. M. S. Granger of Waldo' Mr. structure N !

t i Eva Powell arrived Mon- Lambe were visitors to Jacksonville and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., of -. n..'I-,in aim
Ira vMt with her slater, Mrs. Monday Jacksonville; and ,1111",' and Mrs. ).'I.JUU.l'Ul. )>>\'I'H'] \-\()\IIslt:

/Fields. I Maceo Hicks of Waldo. MTATFtn ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLaneof z

-and Mrs. J. S. McCormick- Gainesville spent Wednesday Mrs Charles Larsen, who has The Increase of a fraction over i _
i ford were business visitors evening at Kingsley with Mr. ,and been the guest of her sister, Mrs. fifty per cent in the growth of
lurke Wednesday. Mrs Jos. E. Wilson 1>. E. Knight returned to her Florida during the past ten years JOOI>J

home In Lakeland Tuesday. She should prove highly gratifying to ',, u. ,

s. D. P Carpenter, Mrs Mrs. T. L. Woodward and was accompanied by Paul Knight, thoso brave spirits who have I
and Mra.. B. S. Carroll daughter, Elizabeth of Hickory, who will spend a few days there. "hung on and hOII<'II'on" in spite . Nw, .. ., drw ti
i Tuesday in Jacksonville N. C., are guests of Air. J. F. Kick- of the numerous afflictions to i I

11 teL'. Mrs. Roy C. Buchan and son, J. which the'state has been subjected. -

Doyle Harward has return-, P. of Arcadia visited relatives and A Good Grade White 24 pounds 85c
mi a recent trip to New York Mr, and Mrs. E. I::. Branch of Friends here last week. Mrs. Buchan It la doubtful if any other stateIn : R t
Jacksonville Beach, are spendingthe will be pleasantly remembered the Union will show so large a

month of August at their cot as Miss Margery Thomas who formerly measure of growth and:. certainly Self-rising!! Flour -12 pounds 46c ''y

I J. D. E. Knight spent the first tage on Kingsley Lake. made her home with her there Is cause for general satisfaction :

j s week on a business trip tofj j uncle the late Jesse Thomas east In the result.
Gorda. Misses( Addle and Rosa Balsden of Starke. Though afflicted by a "boom" I \ i I
Mrs. R. C. Buford and daughter, that left disaster In its wake I 5/i fear Pale Dry Assorted Flavors Post Toanties or I K

and Mrs. L. M. Gray of Gloria, and Ted Stilley spent Senator K. M. Johns spent swept by storms that did vast dam- 1

i svlile are occupying their Tuesday In Jacksonville. Tuesday and Wednesday In Mac-, age to property and to morale, an< : Ginger Ale JELLO Corn Flakes !

| Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- Baker, charged with manufartur-j j I posed by the fruit,fly, Florida) has

In. E. W. Hadley) of Lake City ters, will spend the week-end in ing )liquor, and Henry Rhoden: gong right ahead,. lowing an\az- : 2 f for 25c 3 packages 25c 3 packages 25c ;
Sanderson with Mr. and Mrs. W, -
(visiting friends here Wednes- with having a whiskey still In his Ingly: in the face tit every discouraging i
F. Barefoot.
possession.: Both defendants were circumstance.A I

acquitted by Jury. state that can achieve a feat I I .

l'r llrantl Shoos are lM'ttt"a- Humming Illnl Horn 9I.OO up Ilko this possesses.potentialitiesthat I Shaver rand I ;
.lht..1 at Stump's.I are absolutely guarantwdl ill Mrs. Molly Surrency, who has are measureless and those
Ht Uml"''". been spending a few days with who have been inclined to view the : .

I C W Chalker Is visitingweek Mr. and Mrs. P. 11[. Barefoot, left I future of Florida with pessimism TOMATOES No. 2 can 3 cans - - - - - 25c .
| In Mlddleburg with Mr. Members of the Twentieth Cen- Wednesday for Tampa accom- will have to revise their opinions. ,

Mrs. G. W. Chalker. tury Club were entertained 'Vt1Onesda'y panied by Misses Jessie Lee and It 1 lit destined to increasing great- I .
evening by Mr. and Mrs.N. Myrtle Mae Surrency, who 'spent ness. The figures prove it. t

'its Murla Wei es leaves Satur'or Sternberg.Mr three weeks here. Florida's population in 1920 I Fancy Firm Welch's i 1

| Fernandina where she will was leas than a million. It's pop I Octagon
Ming llaidee Belle Kennard. and Mrs. W. I, Epperson. Mrs. Paul E. Canova. Sr., and ulation today la 1,468.635, the total POTATOES10pounds Grape JuiceQuart
Jr., of Jacksonville, spent Tues- daughter, Mlstt Bunny, Mrs. N. D. gain being 500.J 86. It In an I 1 Washing Powders

r. Tommy Williams has day and Wednesday with Mr. and Walnwrlght, Paul E. Canova, and amazing showing and adds lustreto I Hottlc 57c 4
"d re'l Mrs.: H. C. Wall. James Richard Wainwright left the great chapter of achieve-
home after spending
weeks at camp In Virginia. Wednesday morning for Black ment being written In the South a* !! - 34c Pint Ilottle 29c 7 packages 25c .:
Mrs. John Rlgdon'and daughter: Mountain, N. C. Mr. Canova will the facts of the new census are I Ioz.Jollie JOc

J. A. Goulding left Wed- Eva, returned home Sunday after return home the last'of the week, made known. ,Rome "oa.( ) News- I
spending several days of last weekin but the remainder of the, party Tribune. "I" I :
fay on business to Talla-
a trip I Good to the Last Drop .1.
"e. '. ". Jacksonville with friends and will) spend several weeks In the .
relatives.) mountain. MILS. AOM.M-: HT.lllMMJ: '

Fr- J D. Doyle and Mr. John Maxwell House Coffee Pound 36c .
7 Morris left last week for Miss Eva Rigdon left Wednesday ItKniSTHATIOV: MITirK: The many friend> of'Mr.. Ad- -

I'osta.!' Ga.Lillian. for Tampa and points In line Starling 72, 1333 Winthrop I I
South Florida. She was accompanied The reg'stratton! books of Bradford street, will regret to learn of her

1118 Barefoot of Sander- by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur county will be open at the office death )late yesterday after a long Glue Ridge Pure CaneSUGAR Van Camp's
I'Pent last Thursday afternoon Rlgdon of Jacksonville.Mr. of supervisor of registrationfrom Illnesa. Beside her husband, W.I I _
in August, H. Starling: ; she Is inrvlvrd by one
with Mills Inez Abernathy. the first Monday Corn PeasNo. _
and Mrs. Lem Dlmmon of 1930, until Saturday, October 11, daughter, Mrs. Maggie: William. or MILK _

J':' and, Mrs. H. H. Coleman of New Orleans La., spent Wednesday 1930 for the registration of electors Jacksonville; three sons, D. M. Size I
Dim- In No- Starling and L. E. Starling Jack-
Mr. election
''a and Thursday here for-the general
are spending while at
[sley! Lake. a mon wa attending to forestry vember, office hours from 9 o'clocka. sonville, and L. F. Starling, Live 2 .. 25c 10 pounds 53c large. 27cfiS'trinff
cans - - - -
business.Mr. m. until S o'clock p. m. The Oak; ODe brother Alford Miller I

... books will be opened in the various ,
dren. I
.Sire. L. Edwards precinct from Monday, Septem --- :

FNT A I anti tltttw daughter, )Kredrlka of her let, 1930 .until Saturday, Mt. Olin cemetery near Lire Oak 4-String House House
WORD Jacksonville, spent the weekendhere October llth, from 9 o'clock a. m. today, for service and Interment. : I

with Mr.: and Mr?. W. H. until 7 o'clock p. m. No person Arrangement are In charge of j.
COLUMN Stru tb. will' be allowed to register at any ahole funeral parlors.--Jatksonvlll BROOMS39c BROOMS59c ;

other time than daring the period Times-Union Aug. Stb. I

t RENT furnished Mr. and MT!!. A. C. Durden arrived herein provided for the opening of .
'>as' from Tampa Wednesday and said books for registration ofelector
with bath oi Made : n Joe E. Wilson afi liquidator for II
rent Telephone 150-W. H.I with Mr. and Mrs. O. L* Dflaaley *. I =r
; will spend a week at the It. J. Da. If. C. WALL. the Bradford County Bank bid In I 't4
Itr: vis cottage at the lake. Supervisor of Registration the Hampton Reach property Monday /
NT- Furnished apart- at master' sale tho amount
v price reasonable. J. F.725tf.. 8-S-21-8-15. Md being $5.600. This propertywas M-C STORR i u
.I 1"kllt"I", :! Mr. and :\11"11. C. S. Laird add S-
under foreclosure
daughter, Jean. Mrs. A. F. Raul. Delray Beach -Arcade Beauty sold proceedings
I in liiHtltnted by the bank
reopened for business
SALE- -Mla.lonary trawb- arson and Misses Iris Brown and Shopp building. against J. M. Kile a> oMmlnl' tru- .,..... '
'' Hants, improved\ northern Lois Galn_y were Visitors' here Jacksonville -, Dawkins tor and for the ,past several Where Satisfaction is Certainly r .era "A::.t. a.
: **:. Fresh from nursery P. from Brookur Tuesday. month has been operated by Mrs 1 fI, A. n IU. ?
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t'j A Prayer For Us; And the very HAMPTON Thursday afternoon! Miss Pauline Rosier Sunday. value as klmtnili 1.
and Miss Misses Alene and Lorene RosIer easily digested( bj tome h
God of peace sanctify you wholly; Mlmm Mrs. 3, L.
-&Joo Ad. Cor.
Nlrnmo "
the guestsof cause the
I and I pray God your whole spirit Frankle Lou Murrhee were visi- of Woodlawn were casein IB clOl1lt
and soul and body be preserved tors to Starke Monday afternoon. Misses Willie Mae Reddish and acid.
i" blameless unto the coming of our Mrs. Clarence Adkins and Mm. Leslie McClellan and Mrs.J. Pencie Sapp>> Sunday. --
Lord Jesus Christ. I These 6-23. daughters Miss Peggie Sue and S. Rosier were the guests of The wlBe gardener-
I 1''z "fly word is a lamp unto my feet MJ a light onto my pitk-Ptalm 119:105.: Prayer: "Wherever- He may Pencle Ann of Miami who have Mrs. W M. Reddish Saturday af To the metal tops of salt so that weed will sot kll I
{ been the guests of Mr. Adkins' shakers from corroding cover the tllusla.m. !
, (Y f i t eiUnriiunf 11Pnun AH religious teaching, doctrine or me, no want shall turn me parents Mr. and Mr.. J, E. Adklns ternoon.Mr.. and. Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Inside with melted paraffin. While -
creed. if they are to hive any claim returned to their home this week. is cooling the holes Melbourne
poi the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with August 12 1030 children spent Sunday afternoon the paraffin \e"11q
+ L the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Our Present Possessions: Now Miss Paul Craft, who has been near Starke the guests of may be opened with a pin. will be established loon .
/ of the human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46."NEVER MAN* our Lord Jesus Christ himself, visiting here several days has re- Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Rlgdon. of Orange avenue 01
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN." Florida Buttermilk .Is. excellent sumMore street by 'Pi
and God even our Father which turned to her home In South Misses Beadle Geneva and an PythalasiaZ'.
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1 HICItMOMCTTK:/ : work and how he hath loved hath H -
W"J.K.Y: : as a prophet us and given us .. -"
1 1y ., grew to be one of the greatest everlasting consolation and good Rev. Taylor will\ preach at the _ _n. -
y 1.L : ,! Ho Went About Doing UOKI prophets. We cannot copy it here hope through grace. Comfort your First Baptist church of Hamptonnext

Matthew 4:23, 24. And Jesus but you should read the stor; hearts, and establish you In every Sunday morning and evening. .
,y went about all Galilee teaching In Samuel was a great man, largely); good word and work.-I Thess. II. A. Delk and family of Miami,

their synagogues, and preaching because his mother was a good 2:16.: 17.Prayer. are visiting here this week. They thanMillion .
I it: the gospel of the kingdom and woman. / : "My Shepherd Is' be- are former residents of our town ' all manner of sickness and Hannah was in great trouble sldo-me, and nothing can I lack." and hare many friends here who
all manner> of disease among the and she prayed to the Lord who August 13, OtO: are always glad to see them. i
people. 24. And bin fame went answered her prayers. She gave An Earnest Entreaty: Finally, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennettof
achff throughout all Syria; and they her oldest son to the Lord forever brethren pray for us, that the Hawthorne were the guests of and a list
lar brought unto him all sick people She probably saw him once a year, word of the Lord may have free Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and a ]

the that were taken with divers. diseases I and "Made him a little coat, and ; course, and be glorlifled. 2 Mrs C. L. May last Sunday.

See and torments, and those brought It to him from year to TheHS. 3:1.Prayer: Rev. Montgomery, pastor of the
heat 1 which poHHenHed with devils, and I year." Have you read or heardof : May Thy worker Lor< Methodist church preached two Interesting
disatabl those which were lunatic and women like Hannah? Do any sow the seed freely beside: all wa- sermons here last Sun It tile first da
t those that had the palsy; and he I I boys or girls who read this have ters, and Thy word shall not return day.Mr. see very
t healed them. I mothers who work and pray for I. to Thee void. and ]\\Irll.,.lL.\ Wattersonwere ,
Prayer: Lord may we hear thee them And try to help you grow .\iifriiKt, It, JO0: visiting at Hellbronn Springslast
I i calling: -Follow me. up into good men and women? If A Prayer for Us: The Lord direct Sunday.

s+ ;r rD 1 f Haw can we escape from fear? your mother Is living be kind and your hearts into the love of The Hampton public school opened -
I' ( Answer, read-Isa. 26:4: : truthful to her, If you do not live God, and Into the patent waitingfor last Monday Aug. 4th with THE EIGHT BUILDS
I, -- I with her "visit horror write her a Christ.-2 Thess. 3:6.: one hundred and three pupils pre AS
love letter. If she does not live, Prayer: "My hope I cannot ent. The school faculty Is as follows BUICK
the new I think of hey and of her sacrifice measure," the.path of life is free." : Prof.. Futch principal. Roy .
the SUNDAY SCHOOL for you." And let the mothers of Dick first assistant; Miss Willie

'18, [ LESSON today know that "God calls! each PIUOHHYTKIUAN Mae HInson second assistant and .",
v _ I child In our homes as truly as he Miss Iteba Maxwell and Mrs L. H. .- ) ::/ .
'!\ .
did Samuel. Services Sunday Aug. 10, as Futch In charge of the primary '.1 J> '
rl io Over 1,500,000 people visited Buick showrooms on n'IF -
FOK Afdl'ST 10, HKJO: When Hannah came Into the follows: work, Rev F. M. Taylor conducted

temple at Shiloh to pray the priest 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. a beautl'ul devotional service. Saturday, July 26, to see The Eight as Buick Builds ...?, ,.;-g'
, Subject: Hannah. Ell! thought she was drunk and Truby supt. The trustees O. L. Harrison, M.
Fry Golden Text: "My Ian hear the rebuked her. Most persons would 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon L. Watterson and L.. J. Wynn were It. . the greatest reception ever accorded an eight- ,. #

?, '\'instruction of thy father and for- have become angry and have left by the pastor: "The Fine Art in attendance, and offered any as- cylinder car. '-c... .
p\ Make not the law of thy mother." the building. You may expect to of Forgetting." sistance that was possible for themto ... oj" '
Prov. 1:8.Lesson: be misjudged and criticised andIt 7 p. m.. Christian Endeavor. render. They also had words
ri TT! Text: Samuel 1:9-18; will bring you suffering. But Topic; "How to Become Truly of encouragement for the teachers Bona fide orders for these, new Buick Eights totaled ,

t 24-28; 2:19.: Hannah frank did not become angry,, Bya Popular." Leader Miss Edna and pupils, as they entered in to 7000 before the car was presented-a greater volumeof
I and kindly answer she Stan their
The book of Samuel begins, bury. work.
I i "Now there was a certain man of turned away the suspicion of'EIi/ 8 p. m. Union service at the There are 36 pupils in the Jun- business than any single month's sales of any

ettnickl - Mount Ephralm and his name and as priest, he added his prayer I Methodist church. These union ior high school and everything' other Eight ever built. '

, f was Klkanah. and he had two, for her blessing. Remember "A, services have been well attendedand looks promising for a successf/il
"1, wives * Hannah and * I'enlni -' soft answer turneth away wrath. a fine spirit has been mani- school year. .
aIIgcr.. i nah: and Penlnnah had' children>n. If we could only answer softy, our: fest. Mi' and Mrs. F. L. Wise left And within the.first five days, this record volume of .

; but Hannah had no children" lives would be happier Prayer meeting Wednesday last Sunday for Sebring, whero orders had doubled.
Lyn :': Elkanah took his family each evening at 8 o'clock. The Christian they will spend several weegs be-

s '';' year to Shiloh, then In EphraIm, D.UI/V IIIIILH 1t",\JI"H" Endeavorers will have chargeof fore they will return to Clear- .

d' later Samaria, to attend a thanksgiving August ft, 1O.-IO: the prayer meeting during Au- water. ) There are four series, in four price ranges, including ,
f rvg i feats and to offer sacrifice The law of Christ Sea that gust and will\ conduct a study-of Mrs. Elsie Sparkman who has
f.f.i:9 i for their sins. "According to early none render evil for evil unto any Miss!f one. been visiting In Tampa and Plant one series priced fully $200 lower than last year'sBuick

Illnu, fi; Hebrew custom after the Lord's man; but ever follow that which l Is A cordial Invitation to all\ our City for several weeks returned to Six. It is the world's lowest priced Valve-in-
Lit portion of the sacrifice had been good both among yourselves and services extended. to all. her home here this week. Head /
h ii I burned on the altar, and priests to all men.-I These 6:15.: Straight Eight

I ',had received their share" the remainder Prayer: "Who looks In love to H.IPTISTSunday *+++..+....*.N...NNN
:'If of the sacrificed, animal Christ above no fear his heart oppresses - BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN
maDnee '<,:}{4 made a fast for the family ." school at 10 a. m. V. B. : Bootse"8 Beach T Division of General Motor Corporation

i Hannah was Klkanah'n, favorite .\II/tll"t 0, ono Wheeler, supt.Worship 2 CANADIAN FACTORIES McLAUCHLIN-BUICK, O9IIAWA. ONTARIO
i, wife and at the feast, on the ocU Happy Christians: Rejoice ev at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. .+*......+.N....+.N.N
i canton we are studying Elkanah ermore. Pray without each Sunday.
ceasing. In Mrs. J. J. ]Rlgdon and daughter
the )'j gave Hannah a double portion ov- every thing give thanks; for this B. Y. P. U. at 7:30: p. m. Kva of near Starke were vls- FOUR SERIES ..
, |. er rennlnuli and her children. Is the will of God In Christ l Jesus Wednesday evening services 1025 535 .4
let ;I' This angered' Pen.'nnull! who HO concerning you.Thess. 5:10i : closed during August.KCOXOMI.ST Just Like An Ostrich '10.95 '1S65 '
fi S-
ridiculed and provoked Hannah 1610
a (because she had no children) Prayer> : "My God, [ thank Thee, I TO NI'K.IK; A medical authority says that a '355 '2035
who ..
', that she wept and was sad. who has made person tries to cover up skin .
fn edtcl tile| earth so bright
Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. O. E. Baker blemishes and pimples with toilet ':,:, "Official
"So Hannah rose after they HO full of ALL VALVE-IN-HEAD Registration Figure
'" up splendor and of joy. Of senior agricultural economistwith .creams and powders ia Just as foolish
had eaten and she In bit- by R. L.Polk and Company
wan beauty of light. the United States Departmentof >8 an ostrich that. burica its hood in
K lenient of soul and prayed unto \uguxt'' l O. 10:10: Agriculture will discuss the the Kind to avoid danger. Skin eruptions -
;? the Lord and wept sore. And she Exhortations: Quench not the ore nature's warning that con- .
trends of population and produo- .
|f vowed a vow and said 0 Lord of Spirit. Despise not prophesylngs. itipation is throwing poisons into your
tlon at the ninth annual Farmers'hd blOOdstream and
weakenmgyour whole REGISTER
t aDi hosts, If thou wilt give unto Prove.'all things MOTOR COMPANY
tie : hold fast that 'a Fruit Growers' Week Collegeof constitution. Remove tho constipated
ins i thine handmaid a man child, then which Is good. Abstain from all Agriculture August 11-16. He condition and you willllt.ronlrthcn! your /
don 1, 1 will give him unto the Lord all ,appearance of evil.-I These: 5-: \ diseane
iC o will speak at 11 a. m. August 14, disfigured triwwaay up
4 f the days of his life." Ell the high 10-22. your skin. The to
and WIIUF will\
broadcast the talk. Starke
.y for ; priest saw her weeping and prayIng Prayer: "In heavenly love abiding vegetable do this is with medicine a course that of Ilerbino the Florida

ons ; at the altar, and "thought the no change my heart shall Okeechobee Citizens Bank and easily which acts naturetily
tie ., you can get at
had been f
end drunken and rebuked fear. opened for business. Canova Pharmacy. i iJOBADIAH i WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ABE BUILT . BUICK WILE BtlllH TR
( her Hut Hannah said, "No my _
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": Lord. I am a woman of sorrowful -
, ]t !j spirit: 1 have drunk neither 'THE MAIN THING ON l1AINSTREET" : )

alt wine nor strong drink but have By L. p Van Zelm
t t'e J poured out my soul before the ,
I Lord." Then Ell answered ". Clo :

eIC 4 i In peace: and the God of Israel iJttily U2 r .:....
tip t( Krant thea thy petition and CORNCOB d
wan no more sad.
;' Wherefore It came to pass * NswSPADEtL I . COMING
$ ( that she bare a son, and called bin ICE COtAM CONES, PEANUTS & THe llkrt" tit 5 4 /' II NAlty ,

/tlJe name Samuel, saying "Because I 9T,
/ 4 ;f i I have asked him of the Lord." -
"And when she had weaned
him" she - brought him unto
,I / 1fl UG
the house of the Lord In Shlloah 7' OU2 FOIkS WOULD _
i+ - and she said "For this THE '-- "-- B} 502E IF THEY lJkWE -

OSda e child I prayed; and the Lord hath J HOw WE WAS 1

given me my petition which I ask- CUTUPS / ii WINtdIN' SOA
ed of him: Therefore also I have
lent him to the Lord; as long as _
he liveth he shall be lent to the ,'hoot All DAY Q -
Lord. And he worshipped the Lord 1 Sunescx5 ll
there." oaA ,roP ..o.. -, .

A "But Samuel ministered before> *._...!
l e. the Lord a Moreover his mother t
X '
made him a little coat and
rrlt.d brought It to him from year to \ --.
year when she came up with her _
husband to offer the yearly sacrifice. -

The two sons of Ell were also By Charles
nre priests. "Now Ell was very old
J and heard of all that his sons did
and he said unto them why doe F Vou'Ll.| REARRESTED HERE ES LITTLE GIRL, WELL'I4O 1 DER wHO

}' such things ye make tbeLord'i FOR) GET-VIN' THE MAN ( r91 DID ORGAN You CRLNDER SEE AM\ NoAFoUI'JO THAI' 4ELONC.STA :
people transgress. But AFTER VOO
Kit'permitted> his sons to continueas SUIT [ ? SIR
GATHIN Ai NTr you QOOO aYE "e .- --,
priests and God told Ell his

whole household should be.des- I I
troyed. The third chapter shows .
r how the Lord called Samuel and * .

gave him his first message and ( ...

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1 80111, business visitor to Starke last A. D. 1990, to the hlRhext.. and trustee* ami for th*' amount- at mill I.ATttnB OP "-

Clotllt Tuesday morning; //1I.t l ..t bidder for c....h the followlnm nice to be a*..eed. acalnat' .aid consolidated FlXJItlUA: TUB STATH OV
crl .>d property lying; and belnu dl
\ number That th* following-
of the ladles amendment
11"w of the Bradford Florida to
County, to- H. D. MAY Chairman. Hectlun 8 nt Article II of the
home demonstration club of Therenaa wit A. J. dRIFFIS, Secretary. tution
of the Mtat. of .
-H lot. Two (I> .nd Four (4)) For thn relat
purpoH of holulnir >ald
and Hampton ing to bond. .* tie, and
' met at Crystal of Hlook Fifteen, (15), and the Went election the follnwlnv Name IM
appointed hereby
kll! lake Saturday and client the day Forty feet of lot.* Six (6) and Klght manaver*: M O. Orlllln, J.V.. to ajrrenl the eli'ctor to and Khali b* *ubmltteit -

They enjoyed' a nice ((8) of ald Hloi-k Fifteen (IS) aapordlnir ITovntt, K. I* Urlitl and W. Vy. the (letiieral Klti-tlon* of of th* Htat* at
swim and lleprbiientatlvis
to th. tnnp or plat of the Coleman Clerk. 7-18-Bt-8-15. -
then lunch was served utter which orlclnnt town of Slarke. nuhject to: be held In: 1930.ifovyapprnval
New or rwj >ctli.n. Tha t *al I l Section
hiiwuvnr to Alley .mid < tt
Wall :\O..U..J '
PIli, ( a' reaervatloim OF *:'i.i-tTii
hey Mhnll
gathered be
'd sOon around table .u atnted In dprd' from Ovltl al.nd".1 vo UN. |o read IIM
lit where aomo valuable'lessons' llayne* A wife to N. li. Hull dated Ily power vented. In \hem the fallow*: "
ue anl" May 18, 180U and recorded In Hook Hoard of 1'iihllc ItiHtructlon of llrad- MiK'Uun 0. Thn I.BRllature. ahall

I Slate... given on willow and pine needle! N... Ill mi PRK H, A...... 10th ISIb ford County Flnrldn, hereby .."II. have IIOWWP to provide for
-, ... basketry by :Miss Peftrl Jordan. Ai Public Heoordu of Bradford County, I.n, election to be held Auxunt State' linndM only for the "U''
-'. few stutu of 10lCeth..r with the 1930 In hitark; mill-school dltrlct. r'|it'llliiBInvaxlon or ut'i| 'MHMII lu-
'I L-T lovely bankets vere f.'nltihet; tentmontHhoredllainenta and appurtHnancea No. t to determine whether or not "lrr8'lon. ant the C'ouutl ., *-
> ntn *-i'flL'ineytw < and several I hi-v Hhall receive Doatdrnln nuhBchool [ of tha
started and carriei thttreiinto helonjirliiff or : lnl"IIII., )tate
home to finish in any \dio appertnlnliiB. district No. 17 to h.. conollduted nf 'lcOld. hav. pownr I H3v -
and enjoy. A nice 10. 1\[. JOHNS with them to elect three tru8- ..\ bondri onl.v thtt Maine ahall

i time was had .y alt. Those present Hpocial: Atnutar. teeH nnd to determln the amount have hU"1 approved' by a majority of
'J. I* FIIAZKE. nf ml I In ire to be nNtu-nneit nnalnnt the voti-H cant In nn election In
were: Miss\ Pearl. Jordan, "Hollcllur for Complainant the *nld conoolldatPd\ rtlnlrlct. whKh majority. of the

; demonstration agent, of StarkeMrs. II. D. 1\1 A Y. Chairman. who arc.* iiuallded .. .... fr..hol.r..
A. .1, OHIFFIS:. Hvi-relary.. In mirli CunntlcH, Lilnfrlct* or.Mu-
Harrison The
and daughters; Edna forcKolnff. mid ahove advertlmd
tinpurpoHO of hold Inn nald. participate to be
nhII'alll. ,11\11
Eleanor and Caroline Mrs ..ali* an prni nhnv| ''rty aflvertlMVd wan, duly offered And therv for election, ..\A. Scott, A. J. Thoma: *. Ih. ninnnvr' to l>. |>f.RCrlbed
Josephine oiKl S. H. liowllnii are appolntod by law; hit tho provllon* of thl
Sullivan and Miss Kuth: belnir no bid for the .
property t herein .
mnnuKei'H!' 1-i. K. Act
I't-rryman Clerk. a" t<> the
ryn \Vee of Hampton. denc'ribfd, the Hnle WHH adjournedand 7-18-11-8-16. of .hll refunlnl
:Mrs. IW >. will l b.. made In front iHVMvrl .
of the
a) Moore Mrs. A. L. Sullivan oTheresga Court HotiM* door nt Mtarke, Flor- .NOTu puiHiHw of I'd""dlnli\.t th* bond.or

and Mrs. S. )1. Dodd and on Idu,Monday durlnir tho the flrnt li-irnl day hourn of. Septembei' of ....h.-, 'I'U IIIUUI.n8 lliiH th*, Int.I.DlHlrlctH.. nr, ."Munlclpalltln'" .1..h *. -

daughter Margaret of Keystone: .\. 1) 1 PIO.; <> Sealed 1 propomila will bn received

Heights.MU Dated. at StnrV* .'1"., Augunt 4, from icenernl contractor for th. repair A JOINT nKSOLl'TION1'
1900.!! alteration. and .addition* to An Amendment to l'rnp".111

lathrYIVee..1. of llamp E. M. JOHNS tha preHont Junior:: II\:lull "Hchool' tha Constitution nf the mate of
laiJS ton I;pltC I....1Ihu.ter. HulldinK nt Hamilton, Florida, lielntlvn to Taxation und
spent the week-end with her J. I. FIIAZKK.: All bid* Hhnll be arldrenuU tn the 1..I"f'lorlrIL.. 'n Uy .. u_ _... _
aunt Mrs. D.V.. Moore. Solicitor fur Complainant.UUU829.. board of I'ubllo Jnxt. riictlcin! 111'1( i of; Article"IX:, . "nuvuII.J

rnUII!)'. III ca... ..f 11,.. A"rhU"..,. IT HKSOI.VKI) IIY
!Mr. LKU1H-
and Mrs. C. Sullivan and and filed with A.I': Urllll.*: MuperIntendont t>F Tlll'J TIN OB*

son, Percy, !Mr. S. R. Swindell antiviiHHVB of 1'tibllo InHtrtictlon. nt FI.OItlDA" :
...u._ _. _ ivoriciIn -) 10in:( o'clock a m.. and to be opcnvdat Tlint th
vjjaru ana c;uiti owimiri 12-00: o'clock noon, on the lllth Article IX. 10I'lnl'Im..ln.nt of

were visitors to Starke Monday. Circuit Court Twenty-nlxlh Ju- tiny of AumiHt, 1930.! the State. of Florida known of

M taxes Hilda and ThHma Sulll dk'lnl Circuit of Florida, In and for Kach:: bid Khali ho nccnmpnnled of vnld Article IX be, and an
liradford. County In by certified' bidder'. check .. t
Chancery. In th* the .. I I..* n if reed. to ami
van were visiting in Starke Frlday. Alfred l>.Voto, mini of ISItO.00 i/ayabltt. to the architect Hhall bo HUbmlttvd hereby to tho .elector of

Complainant I"rankrln".er. uriiarnnten that th* HUit of Florida at the ifnneralelection
v... n contract will be .
Into be
Mi1. S. H. Dodd and non, Freddie Arthur \\'. Tobey/, et al tween the contractor, who I I.. n warded day Mflrr to the he held fli-xt on Monday the flr..t In Tne-No-

were business visitors: to Defendant. llo th* work and the Hoard of I'ub vetnher, 1930, (or ratification. or re
Foreclosure.Order of liradford county, jection.Hoctlon.
Starke Saturday. within & day*. And tlm
..r rubllrntlon. contractor 13. For n period of fifteen
!\fl'. and Mrs. E. S. will execute and file with A. J. UrlfIlK. -
Vnr the
Slbley were 1'e
iniide to appear t>y Superintendent. of Hchool t"UI b..lnnln. of opera
a. *fltmrlty -
tion .
vlHltlng In Starke a Dworn bill I nf roinplitlnt h"II..lrl.1 which.
Saturday night bund for llio' of 11.nt.
per cent th* .
lie I above .entitled nhull lid .* In state
Everyone remember cauxa that th. contract. price.' jf I the .uccef ill I Icnntl..t..r on
Sunday defen.lHilIn or after July lt.
S. D. Will., O. 1)VIII.., full tn execute ..ahl ..nK"g.,111
school Arthur W. Tnliey, Marirnret... con marily during Bald .. In the
every Sunday afternoon at L. To- tract nnd bon 3:30 l httY. Jlmtle I;>. Tolmy, Martin Loula th. bidder' check manufacture tif *..1..1 v..I.. |.M, auto*
: and C. B. will Ii* paid to
every Sunday evening Frlta mobile
I Xahn Chrlxtlan. and
** Wrltrhton, th* architect" after cither IreM. labr. textfltiH,
at 7:00.: Everyone cordially Harold A.Vi>Ht ll,. Mareciiret N. Incurred I III deducted< by the expene Mouldof wnml, . "\ \'. h"ir", fiber

invited to attend. HtvtHon, Mnry M. lUR-iriin) ... ISthel At, 1'uhUo liiHtruutlon Buch ho.r., utitomoblluH, automobllei.
Al 1>l>oll, William O.'Hmoron, .lorn- :. prlntlnir, etc. a* advrilnlnH alr"I'/t. aircraft I..rt... ...*
Mi1. A. L. Sullivan was a busl mid h A. Cnri-y, Alhort It. SlniM', Tim check retained 1 will li,. returned und ( unit fact urvrn I ho

ne"s visitor to Starker, Saturday. t nArlotta A. Kiiiprnon ar'o known' d I
--..- -. who complainant" bellevuM tract I III Mlirnnd... ami bond fll.d by-product* or di-rlvntlveM
'-- I by
. iv .' tti be IntvreHled, In th. lun ; od In thl* lltlxntliHi, or. If dead, to 1'laii und .1..ltl..allnn.| be of the above product., ffhall h* Iny ex
.: : '; haye b..en Int..r..Mle.1 therein, I I. tlvad. obtained from the architect can or nt empt from nil except that

'''> : KEYSTONE or alive, therefore, xald nbovo nit 111' t tht. olllc.0. of the Superintendent. of no.. .."exemption .hltl become ef
\ : .
HEIGHTS cil defendant by virtue of t
;; made purtlea de* School am.ndo..nt
rtTL" M depoMlt, of $26.UO, Mhall
fendunt to Htild bill of complaint to.1f"h..I' mime to be extend beyond the year 1U4M.
Ml.... Helm it-turned when plan* und
. ., ..: O..e. Cur.On with their livlm, tlvlf...., HpeclfIcatlona are returned.. lnhirooit 'J'hl exemption h..r..11 authorlaeil
'r. Kruntee* or other .claimant" under Khupe. \ not apply\ to eMtnte own

W"- 1\: ' : Hiu'h purlieu" and ..urh of them; "and 'Tli. Superintendent. of Bchoola will ed and uod by ..1'h Induvtrlal
.; t/'i" .. r _:1"I TueMday evening Mr. I). O thnt thu Kiilil deftfiulunta with their have a *wt on flla for Kuneral titx 11"II except, the "" ,"tlt.. "C'I-
tM'6"M helm, d"vl<-"H, ... the location .
arranteeH and but
Stewart other ame will
I : ..- gave another of h's Informal claimant not btt irlven out to r"'Jllr..d
;:: under them are, each nonrvMldent any contractor. hOI. uch InduMtrlal and the

J A>>/ 1f r pie one more pleasant affair for .tlint.... their rvMldenue I I. unknown to any or re Jet t any ar all Ih.r..II. .. .. with inch land* a.
.nl'lnlnnntnd that. he haa. made for I thl,* work by the Hoard rrtl.r;: .UI\Y"" required 1. for warehounew.cllltle .

E CUll: I-;. IJSF1I1IAI- - - --. Stewart.which we are Indebted to Mr ..dllltfent<.....,...In". I.MMirch.h..-. _n'.Imiulry. __".'.''v'.__'to..a_ aacli ._*..-_ lla lntructlfin _of Itradford. .lll.Vinil'ill.!Conntv.FHANK. .- .. "*..and. Irl..k"bvInK..u.;..1 for.h.;:.''j"p_ .-_:_
nnd hiM been. unable to acer pone*.
(ll( >SriWOUNDS Architect
The ,
much semi-monthly tain the
an out-of-the home life as Ing room kitchen and motor room community .Hrh name, and that they are Tiimpa and DunrUIn .'1... -
in-so wa may 'be said to live"out" Second picnic was held at the beach Frl believed by complainant to be H. D. MAY, Chairman. A JOINT' nK.sor.VTIOr
fH--TIIKDunranhunter : cunl floor: Three bed over twenty-one A.
<: rooms year* of ttare, and .1'. UUIFFIS An f1'oprllllll
day '
as well aa "in." What then bath and plenty of closets. evening. About thirty people that tlii-re, I* no pernon within I thu Huperlntendunt, Hoard of'''Public AI.HII..nt. the to

is the scheme of things: out of the were present to enjoy the good Mtate of Florida, th* *ervlr* of n Instruction. 7-l the Htat of.r CUI..UtuUon nf
( Architect. Ceiling heights: : Basement, seven BUlipoena upon whom would bind 'I..rhlI.llttni tn
home? Everything It is Modern. feet first floor supper and dancing at the pavil HH.II] defendant*, their; heir*, device*, Taxation anil, to
New York.) We shop eight feet; second ion. imtiitea*...aiid other claimant* under H. I.N IIO Ult provide Authority for the Htat of
we dine we travel, we floor eight feet. them, or either of them.. Florida tn Levy and Collect In*
attend the theatre Mr. G. L. Bird and W. H. Ogden It herltance or Ktata: Taxes .
or further Under
stop at a Q".arln.>
Exposure by
Nalil The
: The Hoard,
plans as show Public Instruction Certain
I Modern Stuff Condition .
Inot were in Starke Mwvrn bill of *
live with hotel or enter a night club-Mod are for a lot facing south or west Saturday on business. In the above vamplalnt entltlDd filed of Krudford County, Florida, will JIM IT ICHUVI'I( I.RniH-
that. TIM
Such cuilHe receive bill
ern decorations that. at th* office nf KuperIntendttnt -
iment everywhere even For a lot facing north or east the the defendant* Annie of IMilillc I.\TIII'J ( UF
In Inntructlon
its various! forma of :
crowd of Oorclon Mark [Htl'A
the Lake Uordon
offices Butler and Samuel
are now done in the plans should be reversed. young llalirlel llradford County, Florida, on AUK. followlnir
Uordon amendment
Kn heard again and again people therein named are Ill, 1930. at lit to
latest Modern enjoyed a'' bathing o'clock for the Hnctlon 11 of
manner. So we Lot size: House frontage 24 ft party non-r8..ld..lIl. of tha. State. of Florida of 17,000.00 pur.chawe X or the ConNlltullon -
pe very people who thought here and that nf bond of Hamp of the Htat of
must live it and therefore Saturday evening.! : i each reilda at Fenway In ton Florida rela -
we Bin.; side clearance left 4 ft tl .. Miih-Hchonl dlitrlct No. t of 11 nir to Taxation
> and
uld not live with modern Mr. City of tloiton. of the Htat of Finance* b*.
And should try to understand and appreciate right, 11 ft. 6 in.; lot frontage and Mrs. B. R. Weld and Manachuetl. ., of the United mate* bond llradford. Hhall County be In, 11'101'1.11flalol and I th* Minna I I., hereby aicreed to.
themselves, whether \Mr. and Mrs. of America. denomination of and nhall> be
It. W. II. Ogden drove and that the Maid Annie .ubmll. to the elec
"1,000 00
minimum, 40 ft. each and bear dale of July of th.
(doing just that and Uordon I It. a, widow til' Florida. at tlm
to over
liking Starke twentyone 1
"The Cube" Is of the Modern Monday a tirnoon. lU30. with Internut ut th* rate of (lenarat I J
Construction year of to b
and held
Frame aft* that the
I : with the I..ton on
stucco Id /K
fa modern Is an Innovation, : type. It has a most On Monday evening a few of Mark Uordon and ttamuel da 1-2 per cent per annum, payable on tlrHt ' ... .... the flrt
compact the
yet finish brick lt day of
iTea! time and understand- base course; rdof. the I Uordon ar' under twenty-one July and the ht day day In! November, A. U, Aol.
complete plan it is economical to Heights young people gave of year* of Jan of each year and "aid bond ratification Or
r appreciation_ cement tile; foundation concrete; uit and that they are each In- to become due or rejection, that I* t.
but it fits construct, will last for generations windows steel an informal fancy dress party at t..r..d In the property. Involved low: and payable aa fol nay, that Hectlon 11 of Article IX of
nes and It "takes." casements; doors, In thl litigation, and the Contltutlon of the
Once the flub that there 8tut
house. I I. of
with One
few or no it la Dancing was the thouRaml dollar". .
repairs simple on July Jat. Florldii
Its fitness wood to special details. no perHon In tha Htata of )/Florida 1035, and relalln- Taxation and Fi
and appreciate to furnish principal amusement of Lhe ervlc* of one thotinand dollar* July nance.* be amended
housework rrf- Interior the eve a nubpoena *o nm to read
Jiuty nothing Floor, wood for Iln whom would upon' 1, of each of the year 111118 to 141, follow: a*
could turn ning1. bind them.
us Sandwiches or
quires but and IncliiHlve.
a minimum of effort.It oleum finish punch .were of Heotfon
II. No
o i the old styles. ; wall plaster; kltchen ; The taxeH upon Inheri
does not require a servant and served. The land Involved In this prln..lral and Intercut of MB Id tances or upon the Income
lit- of
plaster; bath compost bond* 1' *'
may barricade himself room Miss (Ration, aru HH follow payable at th* office or nf thin .
the mistress Mildred Black towlttVent of Chawe .II..n. rltut
will of St.
have AuKustlne
time for tion tile Nntlonal Hank In the ah..1
i own home against the ; steam heat gas and elec \ half of Mouthweat quarter. of New York city be levied State. of "' ,
onfit lel811 : ; Jack of Htate of New York.
reoThis Wilder Palatka Northeast under It*
trio ; quarter and
wiring. Mectlon there
t of the Modern and 23, TownMhlp.; 7 All bid* are to be accompanied I by b* exempt aothorly. .hal
keep George Wilder Houth,
and Kanne 21 to
house Frank c-anh the
provides in a most Cublture Lowe . or certified check for 6 tAxfton .
(reside a : 16,000 cu. ft. KiiMt; North half of Northw..t of per cent of the family thl State
shrine roaldlnir
very in amount bid. ,
its compact and livable Jacksonville were. week-end (l mrter and Moullieat, Hoard reserve.* rlnht hounehold I rood* and
arrangement Complete working and quarter of to tiemonal
Pness to plans reject any or all bid. .
his *
Colonial guests of Northwent fect* tn the :
ances- the following Mr. and Mrs. Souther- quarter and fraction value of five
|>ut we no longer spend the : specifications of this house are al JSouthwext iiuarter I of Hen. A. :3. nlUFFIH Jl. D. MAY, Dollar", provided, .:

part Basement: Recreation room available for a nominal sum. Address land.Mr. 2.1, TownMhlp 7, Houth. Uanic Secretary. Chairman .t tb.1..IHI..ture m..y brovld.r
Tns our lives at the fire- laundry and boiler room. the and Mrs. l building editor and :I :
Modern living today is refer I 1)'lnll' anet b"lnor I" H..Ir.. .. tion nt a tax upon Inheritance
as First floor: Living room din- to house 11114.Ilersey family of Gainesvlllevare occupying cnunty, atat* of Florida. ::.::.::: NOTK1OF API'I.ICATIOV! FOH for the I".y'nl' of Mutate taxes,*,not

--'----- -., ,- I the Caughey house on Key .and, that to complainant forecloMa. Meek*, In *.aldult \ TAX I>I<:KINotlc > .... th* th.
stone Lake morttfaicu lion amount* which may law
for any of
a month. Mr. .
Miss Lois Oalney spent the at Starke. U hereby ..Iv.n ( the United Mtate* b* allowed tn be
Bryant la la therefor hat M. F.
city attorney of ordered credited I
Gaines that
BROOKER week-end the Wltrvln. holder or deducted
at KIngsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Manlre ville. Hulil defendant* above named and .Vo. of tax rertlflcat. any ." alaln"t from

\ Ml"* Pearl Galney. Cor. her friends and was accompanied are making their home In Gaines Mrs. Robt. Martin each vice. ., of irrunteoff I them and their heir. *. de> ha* Ten filed 4th mild. day certificate of July In I>.. olllce 11117, or ied tax. on entata. upun.. a..e.Inheritance*.. or lev*.
and ur other
by the
son of claimant United
home '
by Mr and Mrs. George ville. Mrs. Manlre under, them nnd &n,1 mad. application for tux deed "* nn the Mima
was formerly Vest Palm each of them b mihjact, but th
Beach are to I..e thereon In power of the
M Pearl Crosby Sunday afternoon. I Miss Bessie Cloversettle. guests of and they aru hereby. required, to ap h..... Said accordance with latur to levy urh l.orl.>
Calney Mr and Mrs. Martin's :: certificate taxVM -
Mrs. mothers-Mrs.:! South- pear to th* bill of complaint" filed. embrace* th. or Kutate Taxe Inh..rian.e
I Oalney and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird and 'I erland. 11th"\ above entitled followingdeacrlhed property *ltu &t. Khali Slate,
Raul- on *
or ed In only .o 'onar
Mr. and Mrs. a*, and dur-
S. he fnr
R. Swindell County,. Florida
and Monday the Ut ,. towlti -
daughter day of InK the tlm
Jean and Ucv-' ,
spent the Milliard a lmllar
'I .
week-end Messrs.
in Lake George hu"b..r J\. Iltx' .n.
L. Blrd U. 1939 In
children visiting and II. the above forced
were at Lake *n- f, it Illook by the United t
|r an guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn spent, last Sunday"after- R. Lawrence ItltitJ cauHt otherwt the alleira- half 16. New nivr In ISait Florida Inheritance \:* avalnnt
returned of
Geneva Thursday Norlhea or I-! tate
Saturday night. II.>"* of mild bill of quarter Section 23 ami
non at complaint : Mhull .
Klngsley Lake will only ha
Brannen. and
enjoying the July Went half .x..r"IHe
1. from Northwuet or enforced
le taken ,
an Interesting and a* confemied by mild. ilenndunt quarter to the <
delightful bathing. Miss Eula. and Clara Swlndel: profitable trIp'on the Ocklawaha , devluvH* anil, each uf them and their Section Kan** Twenty 24 Townchlp(ZO)/ Kn alx..t.: (6) Mouth, amount of extent any of. ab."rbln.

and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and There will be a cemetepy work spent Saturday night with their and St. Johns river:-from Silver : claimant ul..I..r. irrante them and or other Th* a *emrnt of mild property which be permitted by the lawn
pen were transacting business ing at New Hope tb.n. each of under thn mild certlflcat lued of the nf. Htntu, now exlvtlnv
cemetery Thursday sister Mrs. J. I. Cartresmm at I. Springs to Palatka. In waa .. ; nr
a row boat the to b
of *
It I I.. further name Jee Mathl.. claimed by
f'rke Saturday Aug. 17s You'are invited to Lake Geneva.Mr .. with an outboard motor they set order be publlHhed.ordered once a that week' "thl for* Unle*.* vald certificate, ahull b* re r..llnl th.r."t. a* deduction or

and Mrs. R. M. Galney and come and help; out from Sliver our conaecutlve week. l lit the llrudoni deemed acc-ordlnir to law tax dead credit again*! *uch *linllai-
Jlmmle tax: of .
Swindell Spring Wednes will the
was visiting lue thereon Untied State.
H. on the
County 18th of *
Galney :Mr. Malcolm Telegraph .
were transacting Harrell was trans day morning. a n..w.pap..r Aiiirut. A. I). to Florida
his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. After stopping only ubllhed. In xuld Jlradford 1930. al'I.I.hle In
"'ss In Starke last Monday. acting business in Alachua Saturday. R. Swindell Sunday evening. a short while to rest Wednesday Florida, next prior to *ald Jut eount day of). 1030.Dated thla 18th day of July A. I>. or ".Iat.. for. Th the* !.*>*;!..
A. A. tieiernoer, A. D. appro
Hazen 1930.I
and R. ,
.X are P. Misses Eula. and Clara Swindell night they resumed their trip com Don and orderad at Blarke!! Florda n. W. AMIRKMAN p.lon" ...iia..* c..II."I..1 Ind...
| ..
towns in south -- peting a distance of thl* 30th day of July, A. I). of Circuit Court. County,
about Municipal
| lit this week.L. were visiting MIsH Lois Jordan one nradford County Florida. or Fdu..UonR1 ...
hundred J"O. 7-IS-ot-l-lS. aa It .. I.urlo.
R. Sunday.Mr. and ten ml leu when they W. ALUMUMAN. may ..
Galney and Miss Pearly (BRAD -
reached Palatka Thursday Clerk Circuit Court.
were transacting business THERESSAMl John Jordan was a visitor fore V. K. KNIGHT & II. V. KN1UHT. IVOTICMNotice A JOINT ItKSOMJTtO.V

\'e Oak here Sunday afternoon. noon. Mr. Bird Is the author of of Htark Florida, An Amemlment to rropn.lna
Tuesday. Rhode) Zrlaler. Cor. several articles concerning 8ollclturi> for Cumplaillant.II.I.U..U.. .' h. Cnntltutlnn of Artvl.
and Mrs. O. J. Strayhorn of Miss Okie Hlnson Ruth and which have . havlnic I I. hereby. riven to all peron Florlda, by Adillns; Thereto ,.r
recently claim
|wood Rhoda Zelgler enjoyed a picnic at appeared of any kind or ditional. Hectlon to Uv Known :
spent the night here Mr. In "Outdoor nature "*.In.t the Hradford ae ,.
and Mrs. Life "Hectlon
Mr. C. Cox and ion, Hampton Beach Sunday given by and "Nature"magazines. >OTH'HIn Hank of Starke, County IS" Itelntlng to the
and Mrs. E. M. Hazen Florida that unl>* ation of Motor Vehicle. *.
Charles Mrs. .
(Thursday night. Snoop and two children Miss Joyce Mast in honor of Miss Liquidator juch, claim are presented t 1> th* OH IT RKHOI.VBD WY TUB T.KOI.I-
They were of Johnson lake were visit Circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth .I'u. of mild Hank within 12 ATIIKB OF TUB
l"te Carolyn Delk of Miami. month BTATt)
to Columbia S, C., to ing friends and relatives here dlnlul Circuit, Jtrndford County from the dale of thl* notice, "- : 01"10IllA
Sunday name will
Mr. and Mrs. Mtate nf b* foever barred
I'' George Rahmes Florida.
NOTICH In under
their OK APPMt1< Chanuery. fnllowlnir .
IOV the amendment
s vacation with KOH to.
parla afternoon.Mr. and children of Hampton and Mrs. TAX ..t:..;.. J. M iJavl- ., ,of Florida.provllons of Chapter 711311. Law.* Article IX of th* Constitution vt th

<< Josephine and Mrs. Whlttington of I G. W. Hlnson and children. Misses v*. Complainant You will prr>.*ent all claim to the tlon Ktat and of Florida Finance, r.laUnl to Taxa'-.'

In Chesser who has Orlando and her sister Mrs. F. Ethel Stone and Eva Lee ard Mr. Andre Notice; ...In vlvon that R. R. Clata M. DavlM, I Florida.I"nd..r.l"ned Liquidator at Btarke, . rn: :..I taere-
the ''' holder of Tax --n g
hospital In Jackson Fender 'and children spent the Certificate __ Uer.ndant. ___ a* "Hectlon f"v"n
''s able Morgan Lee enjoyed a picnic atScrubb 'n. 111. ninth' day of Auiruct. A. I>. It oinK. PJ. WIl..lON' providing for themanner -

W to be out again. week-end in Georgia with their Dond Sunday.. 198. h.. tl1"d .al.1-.- u_,,-."__.___ ..._. "_' 7_ ,to lli appearlnir. bill filed by In affidavit the abov-tated appended Liquidator BradfoVd County Hank. hicle*, be of and taxation the I of motor ve
fflce same I I.
j Hazen Is in Live Oak and and made l application for tax caiJn thai Cleta Ktarke, Florida.' agreed hereby
mother. M tn
P'8ta Mr. H. I). May and Mr. O. W. eed to IHBIIB thereon. In accordant'* fendant therein namnd.Mavl I I. the de Stark, Florida. July Io, 1830. the qualified I and elector(hall be submitted. to
watching the tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Wallace with IHW. Huld Certificate non-renl- of th* Htate of
"et.KS. W. T HIriaon were visitors to the open- the following d..rlb..01 l embrace* dent of the Htat of Florida. and ah* 7U.8t81.NO'flC' Florida for ratification I or rejection I
were business visitors' to Starke property nit I I. a. rldent of 714 at the rieneral
Ing of Hampton public school Mon ated In Hratitunl Street. to be helit
county, Florida. Kwa.n
FloreneVard' fark California ''' OF on the firac .
is on the Saturday afternoon.Mr. o-wlt: th and I* over KLKC'TIWV: th* first
11 tit this day morning. Nnrtheant air. of twcnty-on* year*; It I I. Monday In November. A. i)..
quarter of 3O
We wish for and Mrs. O. C. Mann and Houthwot t therefor ordered. that that I to
fttd .ay. there .
Mr. non-real- .
I"Peedy John Jordan and Miss Eula .narter except 1 acre In Northwest dent WJlF.nJ1AJIt. The tKllatur shall ba adiledT
recovery.(! children ,' defendant b* and .he la hereby tfl211. under of to Art l. IX"of the Constitution.
of Palatka orner for the of
nchool. Con
spent Sunday Hectlon
Swindell were in Starke 27 Townhip rxiulred tltnrton of l"III th*
f% Sunday to of Florida
appear to th
Den .. of ,
bill of the relatln
Polk 9 "Houth' .. Htat* of to tax
lI..n. 20 Florida, ,
went to Qalnes- Kat did
with her -IV complaint at Ion
four and
t parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. night .ere*. for dlvorc, filed In ald Joint n..u..tlon.. pa finance, an additional ..
Monday ac
to undergo an W. Hlnson.Mr. The .. "aue on or before Monday. th. lt ment to propovlnw amend ton to b* known a "Hectlon
opera- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. a* e m nt of aald day th Constitution 13" of
Phillips and of of
1 we property Heptember. A. I), the Article, which
all hope she will nder the *ald. < ..rtlflrat' lueuea ltt.19. other mat* of Florida, and th jwbl shall a* folHectlon -
Ver. soon S. R. Sw'ndell, Miss Clara children and Mrs. Addle Adams In the name of Wallace Ne.dd "' .1' h wl.. *taken th* alleKatlon ..f uld bill will/ awreed to by a vote of*three-fifth*ame were :

and Mr. Willis Swindell were buil- spent Friday afternoon here with I Unleiia eald/ certificate ahall be r. f.nd.nt. a* ooofenned by ald d.- of all the member elected to each shall.JJ., 1folol V.h".I.. *, an

ness visitors to Starke Saturday friends and relative.*. eemod according. / to law, tax deed i 1C I* further ordered that thl hnuej. ; that the vote* orr *al A wilt l I..u. th-reon on the ith day of dr b or. Resolution were entered which" shall b
publlvhed a Ilcentax .
Great Discovery afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Houser and ept. A. I), fUG Four con..cull.... once a week for rn* "ectlv. Journal*, with upon the their ...trh m trtr for th* operation of

*the n rasteur disoovered. in 1352" Mrs. Humphrey of Jacksonville children of Hampton spent while 1930.I 1..1..10 thl. Ilh day of .AuC'. A. D. l>ra.dford:;j'':. 11'fJ.L:; week:*:, *In nwpitper th**- and tel'mine nay*and thereon direct, and that they did. yea de* lax. (..hal b* In vehicle*uch *amount, which and llc.n.e lev.i. .

wfpction of wounds spent Thursday night with her ft. W Ar.O.IUUN'C1.rk t andThl J.lnt.H".olotlon.. .,, _the_..ald._ ; .0 ". .1'1'..... .h.. ,_........_
11" was I Sunday afternoon at the home of IItat... he- ..--"--..It... .. m..y. .
by maliKnant: bacteria he Mr. R. M. Circuit' Court llradrord July tn* elector* of th* Mtat* at .u .'. In V ILw. rovlde, and .nall
.f:,) a I!< of inestimablo, perwce sister Ilersey and fam Mr. D. J. Phillips. y 'ollnl"'Iorld./ ..* I'th. 19JO.o. . .r l KUctlon: ,In ." I eu of l valorem taxe* aMahle *- ,

d. Since then mwUcal science valuo ily.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler spent '-l-St-(. (HRAf) Cleric w. .u.Ol'JnUAN.Circuit Court. HAY NOW., THBIIKFOHH. { tA.. peronal airalnt property.Th .motor ..ehlcl"I'a.*

Produ il1g better and better and Mrs. J. P. Dickliwon Sunday In Hampton with Mr. and K. M. JOIINfl' ''fltarkn FU. Htat. of Recretary Florida of Mtat* of the -
tlC3 entertained with social for SPtC"'L 'II'r.:.. \OIICK OP. Hcillcltor for Complaint tire do hereby give no- .
to kill these tha a our MM. J. E. Adklns. 1I. that vol.. '..t In compllanc
germs '.tJ *
enter tho sma.l1C8t at their home Thursday J-l-St-g-29. .al">"*' tu: ,. KLF.CTIOV: *ald prt cut and give '!S young people Rev. S. (I. Dodd< delivered an will be h-ld' In each r nvax. declaration, *i anil the

V* tYP.hoid. tuberculOSIS evening. A large number en- Interesting Hereby notice la NOTIfK tPy ... county In FlorliU ai, return*
Iockjllw. sermon at the ChristIan (Iven thi it under :L"CT'o: on Tueflay next uccaedlnir Ih..r."t. .h,1 be ..tibjt (l
>ow,all have to do to and' and by virtue nf thai c.rtaln final flrt. Monday 'In the .a me the
you |
!I'e Joyed games and music re- church SuTiday night to a'' November. A. Lt. r..ul..lon. *m .
that these d.rr.e of fore.-inaure mad by the IBV: ". the *alil nr r.'rlt1on. *
dreadful the Tiiday belni law
IlI germ will freshments were served. At a late large audience.Mr. udce of the power vented. In them th* electlvn : "ilh"
a WOund fa Twentylth JudicialCounty Roara of, I'ubllo Inetructlon FOIHIII lit OK *OVVl."t In Hfate of '
to WMI1 thttt of Brad :
d.hOWever hour the guests returned to tbeir and Mrs. J, J, Zelgler and (rcult In and for liradford ford County Florida.. hereby call for th. ratification or rejection" of 1:' .
1tI1ill.! thoroughl,1rith lortda. In Chancery on the let day th* *ald Joint I
l &rozon home after having spent an enjoyable daughters. Ruth :' an election to b* h..M A"". It. 19X0, Itenoluflimn prnuunlnir 0. have*et
the modern antiscpBorosone and Rboda were July, A. D. 1 JO. in favor of J. W.irantza at Boatdraln Mchool amendment* tn th* Constitution hand and .mm
of |
.... ..t eIU1 get uid in evening.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hlnoa .Ivarea. ., .defendant and acalnut.' the A. K. C'iat. *. | dUlrlct' Nov IT, to d..termln*ubrhon *- A th*JOINT male of Florida! via: SEAL Htate the Orat Heal of the

.o'a JOur ADd pw tom and Mrs. H. M. Hersey and and family Saturday night. a. Hpeelal "a.t.r. W4II. offer af I. *whether<- district or not N... Hoatdraln 17 cliall aubhoul An Amendment ItKSOLUTIO.V to flection I'ropo.lna S of Ar"Mile ...h....or..Florida the Capital at TU

poarmacy. children spent Sunday! with J. }M.'fV Mlas Willie Mae Hnson! was a In' front of th* court noil.** rtoor In ( with Btarke lub-arhool conioldate dl.- IX of. the Con.tlt IItI..n of the thi* the twenty-thtnl

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cbl-- wards its realIzation. but you will tldlculous In the extreme. Law Buick Presents Straight
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished stop there If your efforts cease. enforcement becomes hollow Eihh;

1877 I From Other Pens r Keeping right after your ideals I mockery. ...,, ,. ., .,. ': '- .
nursing: your visions, cultivating Another case: The Ocala chief
. --- - ,--. --- -- ,- -_- -.- .. .at---c, your dream, visualizing the thing I of police half past the midnighthour ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Have you ever seen a bald- you long for vividly, intensely, and I Saturday arrests an alleged

Starke FloridaE. headed blonde? Times-Union. striving with all your might to I bootWger and presents undisputed -
Matter at the Post Office at ,
Have you ever seen a blonde-head match it with reality-this Is what evidence that liquor was sold in

S. Matthews, _-_________________ Owner and Publisher ed burnette? makes life count. II violation of a city ordinance pro-
ty D-- Our dreaming capacity gives us hibiting its sale. What happens

J. C. Robinson ___ ___ _______________ Managing Editor If a man I is real hungry he could a peep into' the glorious realities The attorney for the defense
comes Into coort and cites a state
-- -- -- eat the wrapper on the Starke that await us further on.:
SUBSCRIPTION HATE Telegraph. It contains a large,, a law which specifies that arrests

ripe luscious strawberry--picture Grow ln/C .ln0 Trvew and serving of legal papers are Illegal -
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance
.f'L the Sabbath unless the
p of courseTlmesUnlon.0 on
Why Is It "'e think of the pine
.. Advertising Rates on Application -- woods as being somthlng of an arresting officer is supported. in his

-- .- .. .. . . Rumor has It that the rough accident; something that just act by affidavits of two responsible

.j the vacant lots. road between Gainesville and Wai grows and we come along and cut parties, stating that unless the arrest A syncro-mesh transmission and a valve-ln-bcad straight eipht "
Clean up is so made the persona served the outstanding feattrcs ol the 1931 Buick line The Two-Door Std"*
do in to have a thorough ironingout It down and that ends it? 'iRxoltlng
o- will from the state under twenty new models, is shown above.
within the next two It escape
;i: years. In other counties there are laws
Twenty-three days more of vacation. certainly Is needed.-Galne protection of the Sabbath. The the interest of the proved steering tours '>
regulating the cutting of trees, guiltyby motoring world and arousing a widespread axle housing new I"II, t ne'PI",
o Kvening News. some requiring two trees set teach alleged bootlegger proven comment approval, the now point rubber ,'I1MIII"'o11, ) al
0- testimony offered, no attempt 1031 Buick line powered with straight mountingsTha, 't
and tree
) 0Jar Grapefruit juice is taking the place of grape juice. Bishop Cannon married a wid- one felled, plantingIs being made to refute it, was or- eight valve-ln-hcad motor was presented new line is offered!
a science in nearly every country on Saturday, July 20. OfTercil models. dlvldud into in t h
: o ow, according to the newspapers. but our own, but here in dered released from custody and ;I, In four new series, the 1031 Buick wheelbase lonitths/ The(CUr dJe
We always did think something allowed to walk from the courtroom bight holds many surprises for how- I In the 8-SO series I'a' a
Chipley reports the first bale of cotton to be ginned.: America there has been such an 114-Inch an OQrl'l< the's would happen ft that man for as free as air room visitors.In wheolbasf .
abundance of timber until recently addition to Its advanced straight with an elght-in-lim. .
Iee1bea / 0I bolting the Democratic ticket. that little thought has been It this is the law, In both In- sight valve-ln-head power plant, the motor which has. a h., >verhol, I Farmers week opens Monday at the University, Gaines- Qulucy'Herald. spent on growing trees, while millions stances cited above., then the law now our also has a syncro-mesh transmission :2J x 4K inohts 1'1'1' ,,Inll'tft lIlok'rat..d '
new Insulated body by at 76H' hors. .,
disatab11 ; 0- are put into mills for their should be changed. If a game : IVCr ''4
ville. Fisher, and 'many other Important vides a speed of 75 ,lt m.
There's nothing in a name, else destruction.Time warden, deep in the woods and far advances which according to E. T. In the 8-00 serif 'I i por
n a Wauchula citizen by the name was when oysters were from, a courthouse where he mustgo Strong. prcsMont of the Buick Motor offered on a tin"ui i\\ "h.'Oj
; Registration books are now for the November search warrant, is I Company, make the new eight the The motor used In 'in'
open gen- to secure a .ri"l
: of Koestllna would have been pub-I gathered where found with nevera 'outstanding/ 'ur ,)f the eompany'ahilitory. bore and stroke of B.ft \ .'f
(> eral election. IIdty agent for a well known rail thought of replanting. The powerless to make an arrest and :developing OO hornopowc, .: h raTr I road.-Starke. Telegraph. He'd same was true of fish. but today take possession of evidence neces- Many refinements have been Incorporated of 80 miles her how.
f In the ,
o 8-hOan !
in the beautiful 8 00
new '
r no doubt make a good one.-Wau- both fish and oysters are being I sary to convict then his handsare Fisher body, and changes construction having a bore and "l1uk., IPrj.g' ,.,,:
Dk ( Times-Union decides that the most permanent sitter is chula Advocate. / scientifically grown to replace practically tied unless he see have been employed to strengthen inches drives the oui, it f a.""

. ; the loafer. ----" those taken from the water. a poacher shoot down a wild animal . It structurally and eliminate any 80 miles per hall, with j. inr
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ew a common the closed "aeason. It possibility of noise or fumes from the horsepower. Two model '",
methods be-
that -' New $9,000.000 agricultural Scientific are just The driving compartment sorrted In the 8-8O serlut .on a 12
thai I, u building was recently dedicated in ginning to take hold of the country the inhibition against making arrests in engine.all models ha been completely wheelbase, and the 8.Do 11I'11.

5tetb This year hangs up another record of July being the hot- Washington. It Is called "the when it comes to replantingtrees on Sunday for dry law violations Insulated No radical changes have seven 132-Inch models.wheelbase it ''omp....
and yet the experiments In applies with eQ.ualtor e been made In the general appearance The now Buick
farmers home, but the majority Elghi
month record. prOdu
test on of the new bodies but a wealth or
of the farmers will never see It.- pine trees have proved a great to all the crimes In the catalogue, tine details and n. w appointmentshave new sensation in driving, tiip/,

o Times-Union. We presume that l Is success. Over at Starke an experiment It is not only possible but highly been embodied to Increase tho or apparent vibration change from In low smoothm.-to high ,

Conditions will improve all the faster by keeping your $9.000.000 credited to Farm Re- field of slash pines about probable that some red-handed luxurious riding comfort of the new and the car can bo driven wiikV m
fifteen old, but kept from murderer robber or other felon Buick Klght. ease, comfort and safety
lief.-Perry : .
dollars in local circulation. Among the engineering advancements Sllont operation duo
News.o fire, Is worth today $8.50 per acre sometime in the future will resortto on the new Buick Eight, in ments made in the overhead to Imp'l ,
o for the turpentine alone. the loophole bared to public addition to tha yncro-mesh transmission mechanism, the use or the n'
Why should women be curious about what their husbands When gasoline prices dropped to Add to this the timber value a view by the case Just tried In the are an engine oil temperature mesh transmission and the i*
five cents a gallon in California a regulator, dualoarburetlon, combined tlon of the body Is one of tie
talk about while out fishing? week or so ago motorists pressed few years hence and divide this by Ocala police court.Is Intake silencer and air cleaner, new standing features of the new c
their bathtubs into use to store the I the number of years in which the it any wonder that the public crankcase ventilating system 1m- EI&h&si'Augustlne,
o trees have been growing and the
I fluid according to the Bradford decides. which laws It will bey
Florida has 200,000 more people than it had at the heightof County Telegraph. We presume land can be credited with a fair and which it will Ignore The -- Bids o

%* r3iu1ck1 the boom and they are still coming. they Indulged in a little dry clean- income from the very start. It Breakdown of the law is a national for repairs to city standplpe
only takes a' pine tree under favorable GRAHAM
o ing Saturday Instead of the weekly Davenport -- 10,000 but
conditions that Is
bath. Herald. - C under construction for
emoav -Qulncy Sun
Nice things not always strictly true said about tree of fire about ten too
are you years
0- Mr. S.' C. Smith and daughter, Candy Shop on Bay street,

gcr.nD. when you get married and after you're dead.o This Is to serve notice upon our begin field returns and from that time I Ona May were In Lake City over tween State street and .
they as good returns as any LA JVTEY
the week-end. Line railroad.
representatives In both branches
other crop for,the amount of labor
General headquarters of the American Forestry Associa- of congress that the people of and expenses attached to their Mr. TCiI2. Barney. Cov Mrs. R.. M., Johnson and daughter .
Hamilton county and this district Gertie and Thelma Brownwere %OTIVL: OK n.iniuvI : :
.. .. tion has been moved from Thomasville to Lake City. growth. -
are not in favor of Increasing let- This makes pine tree growing in Starke Tuesday.Mr. H. C. Wall StJ
--o ter postage to 2 1-2 cents, as pro- good investment and when one Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and and Mrs. 1':. J, Starling and Florida, by virtue mayor tt auHnirllgrl of

When the registration books close in October they will posed by Postmaster General considers the probability of a children of Tampa, spent the children of Sampson were here election ed In me to by be law held dr n tierrbynl tie I
Drown. There are other to week-end In Lawtey the guests of part of last week. rill
Lwiher ways greatly advanced price a few years in the aforesaid city ,ivlh,(J
not be until 1932. Get the books.
reopened your name on take care of the deficit In the post- hence relatives. Misses Thelma Brown and Del- fled voters there, ')Il TueMif, ftember
It Is easy to see that there I Kth, 1IHO.: ro>, 'h, 'j
'* bi__ o- i office department, and they can be will be money for the man or concern : Please dont forget the P. T. A. I ma Surrency spent the weekendin of electing the follow,. '80lllCl"pi"

Pompano News is of the opinion that the only solutionto found If the members of congressare that plants idle acres in pine meets Friday afternoon at 3: 16. Waldo. Three One Mayor.Alderman
wa willing to look for them.- merAber Mr. B. L. and M. P. Ilalttwang-
All are urged to be present One Clerk 'Trees,. oiTe
InJ the taxation problem is to pay them. The problem is how Jasper News. trees.While er of Jacksonville was visiting lector
growing pine trees on One Tax Assessor
ndpp to pay them. -0--- the land it may be used for cattle Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Theda and here Saturday. One Marshal. .
Often the fellow who does the Mr. George Shapes Coletta Inspectors. of mini ;led,>,
o I as Is being .done today In many children were guests at a delight- ifBcott.
Kendrlek, K. S. llinni>lirq,
,&fl1e I most harping about the Turner and Novella
depression King passed
places.,and i these, yield a fine return till dinner party on Kingsley lake L
- Not many Floridians know that bodies 'of the Graham- of business, the lack of employment to the IOwner and help, to a Sunday. through here Sunday.Mr. In testimony whenof rlimlsubHorlbe ,
ano? ptnC Paige automobiles are built at Perry, where the company and, the general' hard certain extell). In growing the future Friends of Mr.,and Mrs. Dosald Lucien Thomas, Orin Harper ot the my said nan cill,and:c tit au""eal til I
times Is the very one ,who would and Vasco Forsyth were here this the 6th day .j' Vaiuit, AI1C
owns a big mill. not crop. UIAltogetherp1ne K. Bennett will be pleased to learn 1930.
work if he had a thousand Tuesday
tree growing is hey are taking a delightful honeymoon ': WAIL.\
p.3t. Jobs. Others more Berlous minded 'something for Mr. A. Starling is seriously ill. (Seal) Mayor ol Start "..
Taylor county to
trip to Kentucky, Ohio
,dIcI t. ______________ Johns county jail is empty, but the St. Augustine better, are things trying,to And point the the way better to take serlou IJ"". There is no use and Michigan before returning to We wish. Eunice him a Box speedy of Bartow recovery.Mrs. was. 8-8-61-9-5.. - -

0r thinks it should be filled with sitting down.'and planning on the their home iz. Jacksonvillewhere O'rI'Jo] TO i nno imi\H: |
Record those guilty of petty times will come Just as sure as a visiting Thelma Brown last ,week.
mills nhutUng clown for
some day
they will reside. Mrs. Bennett
'v, thievery in that sectjon. _. pendulum swings both ways.- lack'of timber. The thing for We are sorry to know that Mr.
Perry Herald. us will be remembered as Miss The board of pul>n 9tri'
Gordon Wadsworth of here
to do Is to grow more trees to Blanche was
pj Burney of Lawtey. K'urida'
It -0_ operated on Monday. lie Is at of Bradford Count
'IhiIlls.. Owners of the new small automobile have found its Many people are busy'trying to keep the mills open.-Perry News. 'I' Mesdames Enoch Grlffls and F. Gill's hospital. \Ve wish him a receive bids on bu. ,,""!" *kt

.find: better of doing things u R. Carrndlne spent Monday In as New Hlver Routi' [i"" aoo
ndanfltoS greatest use is:' driving up to the soda fountain instead of ways speedy/ recovery.Mr. .
that should not have to be done at IxM>plu>1i>f of:the LIIW I Jacksonville.Miss and Mrs. H. Padgett were Saturday, Aug. 16 I I" '

P1B tooting for curb\ service.' all. There Is no progress in mere- In addreeslngthe.Tampa, Rotary Florrte Terry and the JunIor in Lake City this week-end. This route will i" >0 II, 11' H

o ly finding a better way to do a use- Club Tuesday Judge Alexander Sewing Circle will spend the Miss Clyde Morgan Is visitingIn Kelly's place, 'lIn I'

-GflI Ih.SMd. The worst calamity howlers are those without work less thing. There comes a time Ackerman. one' of the federal week-end at Mrs. W. E, Torode's Jasper for a while. River so as to lncliul ","91"'

_ _ when instead of making dead judges serving In the southern district cottage on Kingsley lake. Mr Willie Kdmonson was called I to Lester John's pla. i I">' *"
: Ptoi don't want to work and won't work as long as they can find branches' loss ugly, the axe should of' Florida, deplored the lack MI' D. C. Klnlaw has sold out to the bedside of his mother, bUt and Rising school folio"

,ui e someone to feed them without working. be laid at the root of the tree of reaper. for''the' law and gave lila turpentine still to Dan Howell Friday, who is seriously ill. loop by Mcllao's anil) ;d

0- Instead of making elaborate Improvements It as Ills/ opinion\ \ that the country pf Maccl nny., Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland and and into town.

Med for relieving the effect -. "would be a' great deal better off Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Grlffla were family, were visiting in Waldo A I I 1 Tampa negro undertaker put In a bid of one cent each for the evil at the root must be if congress and ,the state legislatures visitors to Starke Saturday. Sunday. 8-8-21. Secr,

ere, and) he will eradicated.--Dearborn. Independent would' meet, repeal three- MUs Patsy Edwards of Ft.
make doing
burying,negro paupeVs $500 -
says ayear
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White |18 visiting her sister Mrs. D. - --
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It. lIe must have of his : "
a "system" own. 'I'
It. Blackburn,
- -u books and th !
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jcc1 0.- Tallahassee State New favors f :nudge t *."Ackermun has Miss Lula Reed while walking r

Bradford county farmers may have failed on their straw- a law to compel tax assessors to voiced '(he name thought that has Mong the highway north of Dr.Brown's .
publish their assessment rolls been expressed by 'numerous laymen Sunday afternoon was
: berry crop, but their fields would indicate that they do not when they are made up "to end from tie to time of late. It- struck by a car driven by Judge i ii

expect to go hungry before another berry season. the favoritism practiced! In every Is" patCut' <>' 'ah"'observing person Simmons of Jacksonville. She was iI i

o county'and city the state." Give that there la 'a growing disrespect thrown in the ditch and struck I

the taxpayers Ian' opporunlty to for the law the courts and those the fence bru'stng! her head and I

The nights! August Oth to 13th: inclusive!, are' scheduled ) comparo their assessment! with who administer them. because the back; she also received a bad cut

to give good shows in the shape of meteor flights. Scien- others through this: method and It whole legal structure has been >m the ar01.A passing'CIU'
will result In more equal assess tried and found wanting. Thereare brought her to..Dr. Brown's office
tists are offering people a good excuse in calling for '
young where
ments.-Starke Hut too many loopholes In the law he dressed the wounds and

volunteers to count them. you'll find It "lobbied" off the through which the guilty escape she was taken home. It was an

0Unthl'r calendar If such A bill Is proposed. punishment by resorting to the unavoidable accident. Judge Simmons -
There's a reason.-Oreen CoveSprings legal by-paths that have been came quickly to the doctor's
than increase the rate on first class mail to make
office to see thai the patient
Times. It may not be as vided for those who use the golden was

I. _ _ up the deficit existing in the postoffice department, the increase easy, to lobby things off next year key unlocking the' gate that cared for and ,expressed his regret

h _____ should be put on the tons! of catalog advertising mat aa It has been In the past.-Tallahassee leadt( intothem. tor the accident
State News. .' 'Two cases In, point will serve to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish mov-
ter and on parcel post matter. ed this
rI -, G Illustrate: how those who break week Wildwood wherehe

-0 The popular member ot congress the Ii'nI'law-reKort' ; to the will conduct a store in that

Governor Canton advises citizens to 'stop whining, andit's from this district was a visitor in convenient loopholes' therein to place.
WlllUton last his the Miss Elizabeth Howe Is voting .. ,
This is
: escape penalties provided andas
good! advice. .Business conditions! are gradually improv- I In ," ,
First trip, here this year' and he a. result respect for law isiundennlned. -' Tampa. \ 'I" "
ing and are going to continue improving, and we have every hall Just returned from the busy The other day a state Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom of NEIGHBORLY \ ,

reason to believe the next legislature; will solve our bonded. session that congress has held game warden arrested the sheriff Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .

debt which adjourned a few days, ago. of one Florida county for having I J. A,. Howe Sunday. SERVICE .
problem.J. R. A. (Lex) Green Is a very pop In his possession: -while in another a "t t'

cit .0 ular' man with the voters In this county the carcass of a deer

, Dana Jones, formerly with the Clay County Times district and enjoyed the honor of out of 10a>1oO'. The sheriff was ., EVERGREEN .

has taken charge of the Jasper News, one of North Florida'sOhiest having no -opponent In the prImary tried and convicted under the law The cold impersonality often associated
Mrs. F. A. fouler Cur.Mr. .
in June. He spent several sentenced to pay .a fine of

i ienI weeklies. Mr.'Jonos is a versatile writer and will ably hours in WlllUton calling on his $200. No evidence was introduced with Business has in the Bank of
second the efforts otthe Caldwells in giving Hamilton county friends, lie asked us to give his at the trial., to prove hiss Innocence and Mrs. Edd Grime and place

regards to those he missed! see- no effort was made to show children were visiting B. B. Rosier Starke. Here to
1' a newsy paper. ing.-Wlllisten Sun. Now his regards that the game* warden did not and mother Sunday afternoon.Mr. you will find the officers

o have been comprehensively find him in possession of Tension Bryant Redding of the state be experienced and authoritative financial
Starke should fall in line with other towns or'the state conveyed to. \Vllli/ ton. It looks
like Lex Is arranging not to have tho sheriff based his defense on H. F. Redding last week, counselors
giving substantial reductions in electrical rates for heating and at the time neighborswho
opposition next time-.-Tallahassee that provision of state law which Mr. and Mrs. Kersey and famIly -
and power. Cheaper rates will build up a day load for the State News. provides 'that 'th1 arresting omcer attended church near Macclenny at
have individual 'interests
must be armed with'a search warrant Sunday. ", your
municipal plant and will result in more revenue with slight -0- ,
Ura".n (\>ni>* True before. hVcan secure evidenceto Mrs. J. S. Roslelr Louise and heart.. ,' :
additional operating .
expense. (Success.) make an arrest. And now the Clarice Rosier were visiting her .'4 "" "

o Our heart longings our soul aspirations case will be'appealed and"an effort daughter. Mrs. Willie Reddish ; ,

The best barometers of business conditions are the banks are prophecies, predlc- made to have the state game law Saturday afternoon.Mr. .

lonM, forerunners of realities. declared!' unconstitutional. In the and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and BANK OF TJiRKE
and that business is on the up-grade and conditions steadily
They* are Indicators of our possibilities meantime thU. sheriff, adjudged children spent Sunday with Mr.
improving is shown by bank deposits of nearly a quarter- ot the things -we can ac guilty of breaking the law. he tookan and Mrs. J. D. Peele. "

million dollars during the month of July in the local bank, complish.The oath to enforce continues In Mr. and Mrs.. Leslie McClellan, A ROLL OP HONOR.BANK*

moment you resolve to office to enforce the game and other B. E. Rosier and )(n. J. S. Rosier .. -
of from outside
and 171000.00 new money sources being E. Ca3hierPA
make your life dream come true, laws against other offenders. attended church at Pine Grove MATTHEWS., Pres. R. J. DAVIS,

put .into circulation in Bradford. you have taken the first step to- Thus we have created a situation Sunday. !t .-- -- --p ______.e._.__
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