Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 14, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Us of Two Men RECENT- CUT EXPENSE BILL -$27,000 CASH Additional -request from railroads t, LAW. AGENCIES OPENS AUG. 31ST f

State Forester Complete Annual The state's new" corporation cap- for permission to close agencies Justice Davis Summarize Judicial

Fire Control Budget for Year ital stock tax 'which went into effect and remove depots were received And Governmental Units .
automobile lost July 1 but which has not been by the Florida railroad com- -- ['::;
accident near Florida has about $9,000 of Appropriations" Salary Reductions enforced by penalties. to date has mission in Tallahassee Monday, and ,The recent sessions of the state Bradford High School will open .
federal aid money which wculd Measures in than, in legislature drew attention to the .
tin early Tuesday morningthe Given Approval brought more $27,000
the 1931-32 term on :Monday August
of two men and have been forthcoming in match- I revenue voluntarily paid. Secretary set for public hearings.Ten fact that Florida has a variety of
death ing expenditures for forest fire Governor Carlton late Friday: of State R. A. Gray said Monday.The applications for discountlu- courts, law enforcement officers 31st, according 'to announcement

led serious Injuries to the control work In the state but for signed the biennial general appropriations -! new tax law, enacted by the ance of agencies throughout the city governments and county gov- by Superintendent A. J. Grlffls. ," .

i of each, John E. Robinson, a the reduced legislative appropriation bill 1931 Florida legislature places a'' state alr'eady were set for hear. ernmental units. Plans have been completed for
[nt of Starke and the bill. It was reported by Harry reducing the state'soperating1 graduated tax of from $10 to $1- Justice Fred H. Davis of the su- opening the sessions on that dater

of Mr*. J. F. Colley, of Lea Baker, state forester, who expenses approximately 000 on capital stock of all corpora- ing.The preme court summarized the state's with the exception of the new heat, 4
additional will In-
4 and R. H. Reddick of Ced- completed the annual federal fire $2,000,000 a year. He also approved tion in Florida. \ hearings Judicial and governmental setupas ing equipment 'which will be Installed

eys, being Instantly killed control budget Tuesday. the salary reductions bill. Earl- Secretary Gray' said notices .that clude: follows for an inquirer: during September
23.: of the
their car was In collision Funds included In the budget ier In the the new law was.In effect had not Aug. -Application "The courts of Florida are supreme The following teachers will makeup
day he vetoed the bill Seaboard Air Line to remove its
ja truck. Reports from the are for the fiscal year to end on been sent out yet but would be court, circuit court, crimInal the for .
Btal early Wednesday stated June 30. 1932. The total is $134- abolishing the state auditing department mailed this month) '" ,_ depot at Modello Park; applicationof courts of record, courts of term: the coming; ,
I 625: for the fire control work only on the grounds that It the same line to remove Its depot ,
I Robinson was seriously In- He said all foreign corporationswould crimes, county courts, countyjudge's S. S. Dowling Mrs. H. B. Mc-'
divided in round numbers follows was unconstitutional. at Buldg and .1I-t Homeland;
and doubts were entertaineder be required to pay only on courts and Justices of the Lendon
I Mrs. T.
T Long :Mrs. D.
Seventy-four other bills to with at
replace depots sheds
: passed ;
recovery. Wednesday'ssUnlon that part of their capital stock peace courts. '
Carpenter Isabel
carried the following, State appropriation $32,000; by the 1931 legislature automatic- allocated for use In Florida. This Montbrook, Boyette and Finlay; to "The only courts having: Jurisdiction des, Mrs. Frankta, Hudson; Brow.

at of the accldentro j private funds, $34,000, and federal ally became law without the governor's view, he said, was In line with, federal close Its agency at Mlnneola;; to to try felony cases are circuit ard Lovell. Mrs. T .P. Maynard' ;
money 67000. :Mr. Baker stated signature. They were local abandon Its passenger shed at
men were Instantly killed I court decisions. courts and criminal courts of Mrs. B. Perkins Morrow
that but for the reductions enforced bills for the most part. Nichols; and to discontinue Sun- Wayne'
wives are In critical con- The state secretary also said record.. In the larger counties oi Miss e
their Eunice: Perkins, Mrsv W.< H. ,
Prior to train., service between Monti-
'I by the legislature, Florida signing the appropriations day
at St. Luke's Hospital as ait that where a particular class of Florida criminal courts of record Hart Mrs. Borea Mrs.' "
gi would have been entitled to re-: bill Governor Carlton called cello and Drifton. Randolph (
l of an automobile accident corporations Is taxed under special have exclusive jurisdiction of all H. C. RItch :Miss Ethel
Baldwin early yesterday calve 'a total next year of $76,000 I members of his cabinet to discuss acts and the acts say that such Aug. 26.-Application of the felony cases less than capital. In Miss :Madge :Middleton Miss Griffin Es-, }
of the Louisville and Nashville line for 1
g. in federal money to promote fire operation various' depart- taxes shall be In lieu of,all other all other counties felonies are triedIn tells Davis. 'Miss: Olive .
ments under to close its at Ray Mrs. fr
e dead are John E. Robinson, control work under forestry super-' the new appropriation.It forms of taxes, the new corporation authority. agency 'I''I'Westville. the circuit courts. A. E. Wall. music.,
e, and R. H. Reddick, Cedar vision. was agreed that a general reduction capital stock law wilt not apply. "Law enforcement officers are --- .
There are 13 protective units In of 10 to 20 per cent would Aug. 27.-Application of the At
Mrs. Robinson wall said tomt Such exemptions apply to bus lines county sheriffs and their deputies, ,
most seriously hurt of the Florida. The four principal ones I have to be made in all expenses and and others, he explained. lantlo Coast Line to eliminate constables in their various districts First Meetlnf Of

{women, suffering severe In- which are expected to receive ma- salaries. Gray said no penalties had been Lake Weir from Its station and and chiefs of police and Teachers
II injuries. She was not un- jor attention at the hands of the enfohced for nonpayment the traffic. list.BURNING. policemen in the various municipalities. Association

tloua last night, but her con- Florida forest service next year are tax and that after October 1, when There Is one sheriff for each The Bradford-

a was reported as grave. :Mrs. number one, Panama City, R. R. BROOKER the penalties will go into force, WOODS IS WASTE- county of the state. Constables County Teachers'Association '
lick was believed to have suf- Whltlngton in charge; number two, : they maybe set. 'aside.. by compliance FUL PRACTICE i are elected by districts, there beingat for will hold their first
| a fractured skull, but wasy Newport' George Young In charge; Miss Vera Gainey, Cot with the law.-;-'He said his : least two to each county. meeting the year in thaBradford ''Ir

| regaining consciousness laste number three, Trenton, L. T. Nie- 'office received letters from ab- Raking and ;burning of*turpentine "Every city in the state hat a County High School building'
Saturday, August 22, 1931. Following
r land in charge'and; number four at Brooker P. T. A. Meeting. stract companies showing that woods, In order to get rid of special charter and a different form Is the
accident yesterday morning Green Cove Springs,- H. J. Malsberger The Brooker P. T. A. met FrI- these firms will require that cor- inflammable material, has no placeon : of organization. These forms,snay meeting: program this

Jthe second fatal automobilek In charge/ day Aug. 6th, In the high school porations comply with the state forest land which Is to be kept be classified in general, however, Bong-America.
| in the vicinity of Baldwin In addition to the fire preventionwork auditorium. The meet was calledto law before passing on titles. and productlce, says the United States as the aldermanlo type with a ma- Devotional-Dr. O. P. {' '
ia less than 48 hours. Baxter in these four districts, :Mr. order by the president at 3:45: abstracts for such corporations.The Forest Service. The custom has jor and city council as the govern- Organisation. Raymond. ',

28, of Baldwin, and Millardg Baker announces that Norman the proceedings were as follows: secretary of state said he been forced upon the Industry in ing body, and the city manager Objectives of the Bradford'
31, of Whitehouse, were Harding employed from, the dis- Song, America. Prayer By L. R. considered $27,000 voluntary pay- the past by universal carelessness type which consists. usually of three County school system r .
i of an automobile accident trict at large will be used in the Waters. The minutes of last meetIng ment of the tax since July 1, "very with fires In the "piney woods." city commissioners, who select one (a) Object of County Teachers'

bay afternoon southern part-of the .stat were read and approved. The encouraging." Virgin longleaf forests are very city manager which city managerIs Association H. Futch.

|e crash which cost the lives of treasury reported $:).00 on hand open, the Forest Service says. the general executive head of.the (b) Object of County Superin
Ick and Robinson occurredt 4229 AUTO PLATES ARE and an Indebtedness of $::5.:55.: There la a striking lack of small city, the same as' Is the general tendent-;A. J. Grlffls. ;

,t o'clock yesterday morn- STOLEN IN LAST ,8 RjONTIIS Motion that the P.' T. A. keep INSPECTORS FOR trees and of young growth, chief- manager of a large corporation. (c) Object of Principals S. c
n i the Gainesville road about school supplies on hand to sell was ELECTION, NAMED. because of the decades of annual "The county organization In Dowling.

e miles south of Baldwin.cording j Passenger Car Licenses Particularly made by J. H. Kelley and secondedby fires. Burning the turpentine each county is as follows: Clerks, (Cd) Object of Teachers G. E-
to Rex Sweat, chief of Attractive to Thieves L. R. Waters; the motion was The city council of the city of woods intensifies this condition.The circuit court, sheriff, county Judge, McGauley. .

aI 1 county road patrol, who I ,-...-:. carried. Starke, met August 4th, in regular average. acre of virgin timberIn tax collector, tax assessor,:county < How to secure ,those objectives:
| Patrolman Roland Thompson j Stolen Florida'' automobile' tags Motion that Brooker P. T. A. session with the following members the western part of' the naval superintendent of public'Instruction | (a) How to Secure Cooperation

liteithe\ mishap, the acci- 'since the 1931 license became effective send Bell school improvement cluba present: C.' F. Hoover, chairman; stores territory has only from 40 county surveyor, and super of Parents-W. L. Beacom.b '

| ocairrri when a car driveneddlck on last December 15: numbered card of thanks for the presentation J. C. :Manning, W.. L. Wall, N. to 80 faces to the acre, and on the visor of registration. ,( ) Essentials of. Good Teach-
and truck driven by Al- 4,229 records in the office of a play, "Deacon Bubbs." on Sternberg. poorest acres the number drops far ing-A. E. Maxwell

JttordiQ of this city.employe oft'i of Walter S. :McLin, acting motor : July 10th was made by Mrs. M. P. Minutes of the last meeting were below this. Yet the entire acre, of CITY ELECTION (c) How to Secure Good At-
A Co, collided.' vehicle commissioner, showed. : Matheny, and seconded by Mrs. N. read and approved.A which less than half may be utilized SEPTEMBER tendance-Mrs. E. B. Hart.
ON 8
M Sweat said that a truck inId A'campaign by enforcement officers E. Baxter; the motion was carried. motion was made and duly the chipped trees, Is under' pres- All teachers expected to attend-
J. E. Thompson of Alachua including a number of sheriffs Motion that :Mrs. L. D. Polk be carried that the city contribute sent conditions regularly burned .
I his two sons were en route of the state has been respon- reimbursed for school supplies pur- $50.00 per year for three years to over during the two or three yearsof Mayor Wall has Ensued his proclamation

II' city was parked "on the sible for the recovery of a large chased for P. T. A. was made by the Lake City-Palatka short route turpentining.About calling for a city electionto BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION q
|ray at the time, being forcedop number: During June Mr. McLin L. R. Waters and seconded by Mrs.L. association, to assist in the erection 20 faces to the acre, on be held on Tuesday, September8th -

due to three flat tires. The reports 103 tags recovered, and in R. Waters; motion was carried. and maintenance of billboards advertising land capable of supporting several for the purpose of electing officials Sunday, August Oth was a gala ,;
(iriven by Reddick turned out July a total of 316 recovered. Motion that P. T. A, sponsor play the said route. times as many, is the common to carry on the duties of the day' at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

i behind the parked truck It About 500 have been recovered "Engaged by Wednesday," was The council also agreed to con- acreage for second-growth standsin municipality for the next year. The Ed Drlggers, near Starke In the
[said/ and sideswiped the truck since the first of the year. made by Mrs. :M. P. Matheny and tribute $2000 to the Starke Welfare south Georgia and north Florida, call named as Inspectors of the celebrating of :Mrs. Drlgger's birth

i by Jordan, which was head- Of the more than four thousand seconded by Mrs. L. R. Waters; the Association for emergency re- which today produce over half the election, Messrs. T. N. Kendrick: day. She received many valuable ;

b the opposite direction. It was stolen in eight months, 3,384 were motion carried. lief in the community. nation's naval stores. Since under R. S. Humphrey and F. A. Scott. and useful presents from the assembled ' n

Nark at the time. passenger car tags, 819 truck tags, Open discussion. The secretary Inspectors for the election to be conservative methods it will pay to Offices to be filled at this elec- guests' and relatives and, :
p passenger car was complete- and 20 of miscellaneous kind. has gotten in touch with our state held September 8th were appointedas work these second-growth stands tion will be that of mayors, two alderman friends who were not able to attend -
polished, while the truck halt- officer In regard to becoming a follows: T. N. Kendrick, R. S. probably 12 to 15 years, their annual clerk, treasurer and tax tile celebration.A f
i a field more than 100, yards member of state organization. P. Humphrey and F.'.A. Scott. burning, which prevents collector tax assessor and mar- large table was erected on
i the road. OBITUARY T. A. asks secretary to get Doctor The council adjourned to August young growth becoming established shal. the beautiful lawn In front of the ;

dillck was pinned under the Wilson to visit our school immediately 10th to revise the registration bookof condemns the unused space house, on which was placed the J
log wheel, his neck broken, Sister Hattie Black was born Report that L. D. Polk the city.Association. within,, them to Idleness for a period RUMOR CIRCULATED; : STORY many good things for the Jnner-
|Q the other thre occupants of March 1st, 1874. Departed 'this has made arrangement for floor -- amounting to half the time THAT ...\I.M VANHICKEL man. From tho looks of the eats

IISOn'a skull was, crushed. 'o'clock'the death angel came and H. Kelley gave a report concerningthe ToPlain chipping size, and a third or fourth -' has never see n fc n.n*.cua.iU," _.' "_(_u_.(
tdan suffered bruises and cuts relieved her of her sorrow, trouble payments on the piano and the Cucumbers the time needed to grow a crop of Dame Rumor has it, and some Among those who enjoyed the

ft l the body but was not seriousR and pain. She was a member of following contributions were madeto saw logs. In culled lands where times you can depend upon that hospitality of :Mr. and Mrs. Drlg

H. McCondichie, also Lawtey Missionary Baptist church. piano fund: L. R. Waters $1, According to A. J. Griff, manager the number of faces to the acre wary lady for veracity of statements gers at dinner, were: Rev. L. W.
II city, who was riding with She gave her life to Christ at the J. H. Kelley $1 A. L. Crosby $1, of the Bradford County Grow-I may fall to as few as 10 or a dozen that Dale Vanslckel, Kickllter: Mr J. E. Norman, Albert

received minor cuts about age of 14, and was a consistent Leola Fogg $1, A. E. Maxwell 25c, ers Association plans have been a still"higher proportion of the Gainesville's one home town product and James Norman, :Mr. and Mrs.
[body.two member of the church the remainder C. S. Kelley 50c, W W. Shaw 25c, practically completed for members] land is kept idle by the annual has "gone Hollywood" with a E. C. Lewis and daughters. Mlaoes

Injured women were of her life. On the 4th Sundayin Mrs. MH P. Matheny 65c, Mrs. T. M. of the association to plant cucum- turpentine fires. vim and is now well on the way Vera Lee, and Irene and Infant son. '
t to the hospital by an amace October, 1912, she was marriedto Markey 40c, total 605.l : bers ,and Irish potatoes next sea- The evil results of fire In turpen- to trodding the path blazed by the Mr. and Mrs. ,Jesse Morgan Mr. 'a +I

1 from the Krauss Funeral Rev. James E. Black. After fun- Many members paid their annual eon, both crops to be handled for tine woods are confined to sacrifice InfInitum.Gary Coopers Buddy. Rogers, ad. and Mrs. W H. Norman and grand a

which rushed to the scene of eral services by Elder J. T. Barnes, dues of fifty cents. Proto Maxwell the growers by a New York broker. of the producing power of a large son Raymond Parker Mr. and Mrs
Ident. her remains were laid to rest in. reported that we must get Englishand Under this method growers are part of the land in open stands according to Although'it track was an Impossibility A. L. Kersey: and baby :Mrs J. W. '
mI services for Reddick the Evergreen cemetery. arithmetic work books for assured a market, Mr. Grlffls to the Forest Service. They down verification of triggers, :Mr. Grover Goodman
be 1 conducted at 1 o'clock to- She leaves to mourn her death grades four through nine Inclusive.Mrs. stated. may extend to a serious cripplingof rumors''' that were paramount lost Miss Mildred Cogue :Miss Ruth

afternoon at Orange Hill three sisters, Mrs. Sallle Reddish, Foxworth and Miss Lubedla Other news of the -associationand the whole system of fire de night, the story remains that the Lewis, George Lewis, Mr. Ed ;t
ry in Wmiston. The Wood- Mrs. Vlnle Damon, and Mrs. Dora Ptnholster agreed to take chargeof their plans for the coming tection In the region/ Smoke froman all-Amerlcan end rom the University Asazyman, :Mr. and :Mrs BallCaLI -
|of the World will conduct ser- Clark, and three brothers :Mr. music for the school. strawberry season indicate a like- extensive burn will so fill adjaebnt of Florida varsity Gators, I McRae Mr.and Mrs. T. D. Proctor
et the grave. The Krauss Lewis Edward and Bunion Clark. President offered a prize to the lihood of strawberry growers of land as to render fire tow- of 1929 has scored a touchdownthat I and children Earl and Juanita.

T Home has charge of the 'May the good Lord bless comfort, room having the greatest number: Lake Butler: and-Lake City loading ers useless and greatly reduce the may rival any of those yet Late In the afternoon the largo
,nents.. No arrangements the grieved ones for their loss usher of representatives present at future their berries with the growers as- effectiveness of patroL. Furthermore placed beyond the goal posts on assembly of guests departed foe

[been made for Robinson's fun- eternal gain. P. T. A. meetings. The prizes I sociation. The past season was a the use of fire in the woods a grid field. their several homes after wishing
By a friend. are to be awarded at the end of I profitable one for.members of the under any condition, however, Last winter while in New York Mrs. Drlggers many more happy
a ck Is survived by his wid- each school semester. And are organization and with the increase plausible, Introduces an element of ; City with the Gators, Dale was ,. birthdays.
1lra. Vernon based a percentage. Motion for risk and Invited to have a screen test made w
Lee Reddick; two on In local membership and additional uncertainty Into fire protection -
[ fen' i'urae and Juanita Red- adjournment was made by Mrs. N. loadings possible through growersof that increases Its difficulty by Fox, If we remember correctly
|',and three sons, Kirkland, Dal- BOOTSEY'S BEACH E. Baxter and seconded by Mrs. Union and Columbia counties I enormously. Inverness Chron- and It proved so successfulthat AT THE GAIETY

I M Randall Reddick, all of ,I Waters. The motion was carried. coming In, next season will see a ; icle. \lnvltatlon was further exceptionally
Key I =========== Adjournment was declared by heavy Increase in the number of extended to a trial In the wild pleasing pictures -
n and j Thompson : president at five o'clock.. rolled out the association and wooly Hollywood territory: In have been booked for the
f were both Mr. and Mrs. :M. I* Thompson cars by REVIVAL MEETING Gaiety Theatre
under Mrs. T. P. Ward and children, of accordance with Instructions the at Starke Friday
arrest by Road Pa- : and children spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. Grlffls has also been advisedby
Gene Wildwoodare spending a few days famous Florida athlete wended his and Saturday nights of tins week.,
Griffin. Kruse Inc. that his
Justice of the and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson. companywill A'
e Beard here with friends and relatives. revival meeting will begin at way to the gold coast several weeks The big comedy feature, "It Pays
of Baldwin W. C. Wooten again be in the market next
Jonas re- Mr. and Mrs. Pine
u Level church on August 16, ago for further try-outs the to Advertise." Don't miss it.
Messrs. L. L. Morgan and E.' A. by.
on ball of $1,000 but were guestsof spring for berries for cold pack
of Lawtey,
children 7:30: p. m. The pastor, Elder W. that be In the The big
peon Was Galney were attending to businessat powers ,/ talkies. picture of near future la"MOROCCO"
last and to han-
unable S. Rosier they
to make Mr. and Mrs. J. purposes propose E. Hall, will do the
last preaching.Old Yesterday friends
alght. Dukes Station Monday dle a considerable larger quantity of Dale weregloating booked for Mondayand
Beard Sunday. and children time gospel song and prayer over the fact that ha Tuesday, August 17-18 to follow
l3t said that he would Lemuel Haddock and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mott of the fruit than they did this year.
Messrs. service
an and Miss Rosa Lee Ward at- each evening at 7:30: p. m. has played second lead in one picture with the "Gang Buster".
\ inquest Into the death Alford Davis of Callahan and Mr. :The company could not handle the You
men / tended church services and baptism berries the are cordially and earnestly Invited and then was loaned to Metro- "Dishonored", and "Scandal Sheet".
O@tuWO but will wait be- Davis of Jacksonville were past season they expected -
Donla to attend the
the date. at L. M. Murrhee's Sun- at Long Bridge last Sunday. I to here on account of mar- Goldwyn-Mayer as an extra and If you fall to see Morocco, you have
r..r 1>,'ath i From Accident visiting Mrs. J. J. Morgan, son, Clarence, ket conditions, but Mr. Kruse was Yours in His great name. Pine up to the present writing has had missed one of the best pictures.

R""ineon dIed Wednesday day.Mr.. R. N. Crawford and C. E. and-Mr.. Joule Stuart were visit I well satisfied with the:quality of ler Level road.Church No. located 28 four on miles Lake But- its time completely absorbed by directors The Gaiety Is equipped with Western -
in 81. ing In Lake Butler a few days last berries west and camermen. Electric sound system and
rle.g! Luke's hospital from Wednesday nightat obtainable here and with of
Crawford spent Starke.
.. .1It&lned in the auto acci- St. George, Ga. week. : the cooperation extended his com- Mrs. Vanslckel left Monday for equal to any theatre in the state.BAPTIST .
her f S. !ol. Mott attended to business Hollywood to Join her "talkie" S
onditlon growing stead- R. N. and C. E. Crawford were pany by growers. This com-
r: from the time she was visitors to Jacksonville Friday. in Starke Tuesday. pany Is engaged now in cold packIng INJURED IN ACCIDENTMr. husband so there may be some
'ed truth
W. Brannen visitor to In the rumor after all.
ere. R. was a
Mrs. Reddick. still some forty thousand bushels of -
let!au' Lake Butler last Saturday.Mrs. and This article an given appeared In -
Mrs. J. W.
condition at the ROY S. BEXCE Georgia peaches. Andrews Sr., 1
same Sunday at 10 a. A. J.
1it pnattaches Millie Gainey, who has been and Mr. Andrews' sister :Mrs'::Mary the Gainesville Dally Sun, August5th m.
reporting her We had
IUghUy s. Sects of Cambridge on the sick list several weeks Is Hamburg B. O. Day purchased A. Wynn, were Injured SUbday and will be read with Interestby supt. onehundred
Roy last
lraor:; services for Mrj:Mrs. Mass.. died In a hospital there on Improving.Mrs. Little-Cat filling station ,at intersection when the car Mr. Andrews was Mrs.the VanslckeL Starke friends of Mr. and Worship present at 11 a. m.Sunday.and 8 p. m.
G. H. Cchofleld who has of Qultman and Hamburg
were Illnessof driving Farms
held Thursday af- August 10th. following an near Penney got out We all enjoyed having Rev. :M..
00Q at Crosby Lake months. He leaves a wile been here with friends and relatives roads from W. W. Aye.... of control and overturned. All C. Stlth rq
*" Cemetery, three Births preach to us last Sunday
ted by j W half-brother. Mrs. Bence for quite a while left Satur- Miami Beach Contract let for three ocupaats of the car received
F' Jones of.ut and one morning, and we wish him
ketl. r success
day for Jacksonville, where she will oiling and sanding 23 mil* ot cuts and i"
Starke as but
church and Rev. 0- will be remembered la braises _escaped. serIoWIInJury' Mr. and Mrs. Peach Crawford, :in hU new charge at Brentwood]
1IIIoad or-the Baptist cJwrch. Misa Hilda Bell Cnace. visit her daughter, Mrs. Cannon streets. ., Lawtey, daughter, August 8th. Baptist church Jacksonville.


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1 the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with John lit 25. her sense of hospitality I I" aroused ; : """ or advertising ot the ld 1 "
{ ( the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice August/ 16 anil she will want to nuike some- .' .'" .;::' i products.. 4:
't f kI 11 c: of the human heart and of whom it was aid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN A Complete Deliverance Deliver tlilnj: all by herself to serve the .. \' 1 Restaurants or boardIng ,
I i r H; SPAKE LIKE TINS MAN." me from blood guiltiness, 0 little girls who lire coming, over tony : :, where such imitations b

Invited' to use this department -' God, thou God of my salvation: and r> with her In the afternoon. .: : are required by law are "
counties are 'I \ to
be .
Pastors of Bradford and Union ;Mother wlJl undoubtedly appealed : dlSPlar
and announcement my tongue shall be cut off: but ." poslte each table '.
for news of church activities, organizations ) to and If wine, will stiRKrot 1'" or lace
4 requirement those that wait the Lord, they JG '. .; :':'. vice a placard q
u'!. r *. Space freely given and no charge made-the only upon the ever-favorite "brownies, sometimes I ; 12 by '22 InCb"
,, r r i icing/ that such Items reach this office bel Wednesday rnornlng, shall Inherit the. earth.-Psalm 37: referred to us bilked fudge. '. ,- the word "Imitation Butter i'
i otherwise. they cannot bo handled for current Issue. ._ 9. Itrownles hnve the advantage of Here" or cheese or lit
, ---- August 18 being extremely simple to make, '. imitation may be,
+ tlr: the second means also the pack or God's Pleasant Surprisee Eyebath nutritious but not over-rich, and are : .. roman letters of not printed less 111, i't'
of than
'{ SUNDAY 8CIg0 OL knapsack which the traveller or: not seen, nor ear heard, neither always greeted with murmurs 1, . inches in height t
I the soldiers bears on his shoulders." have entered into the heart of delight; directionsare II d 5' t ti The law went into
If the following gluiple effect
I fit ''t ; I We should remember, however, man, the things which God hath followed, good results can be passage. t'

/ that no one can well see his neigh prepared for them that love him.- expected, even by the little girl .
p t ron AUGUST 16, 1931 bor's burdens when he is bendinglow 1 Corinthians 2: 9.Auguat. who has bud no I previous experience -
L' under his own burden. First 19 Remember that oil measurements Sarasota $175.000 apPlllp' ,
Subject: Sowing and Reaping should be level and accurate ed for construction 01 ,
s cast your own burden on the Lord, Human Adjustments Look local pea
d F [(Temperance Lesson). then you can see your brother'sburden. not every man on his own things, li.v using self-rising flour, t'o bilking ice building. ,

SI'' { Golden Text: "Be not deceived; but every man also on the thingsof powder nor salt is required, as Palmetto Florida Crape! 1

God is not mocked: for whatsoever "But let him that Is taught in others.-Phil. 2: 4.August J Canning Company will erect e. I

1 a man soweth, that shall he also the Word communicate with Him 20 . '.! house.
reap." Gal. 6:7.: that teacheth'in all good things" Death or Life To be carnally T's ,, L. Miami Beach Constn''

ilp M Lesson Text: Galatlana 6110.: Concerning this phrase, Peloubet minded is death; but to be spirit . '1t r, s es started on new building at S

(The business men of America quotes the following, 'Communi- ually minded Is life and peace.- street and Washington avenue I.i I.
: have closed more than a million cate' Is used In a somewhat technical Romans 8: 6. f be new home of City Bank. i,

d ; responsible positions to those who sense, as In the admonitions 'to' e

,. use alcoholic drink.) do good and contribute to the SEXTON .
1 t'' k Galatia was the name of a part'i needy .. forget not.' I e
eecoeo y 8..A-.
h of Asia Minor, and Included the One translator says "those who Regular preaching services every I .'r q
cities of Derbe, Lystra, Iconlum, .y a r. ,.,..
are taught must share all the blessIngs first and third Sunday of eacn (
where Paul established churches on of life with those: who teach month, Rev. W. B. Christy of Law- t. wxi.:P"
..... ,
his. first missionary tour The Gala- ,
them the word. tey Methodist church in charge. A
tians were descendants of the "Be not deceived; God is not cordial Invitation extended the pubic ) ( ---- ---. ._
ry "Gauls," who inhabited France and mocked: for wha soever a man tf. .a 1 1s THAT what Is believed to be the only monument In the world erected Check: ; Up

Belgium. Among those people were soweth, that shall he also reap." memory of the commanders of opposing armies Is the W lfe- Before youburn
'; many Greeks and Jews. After Paul statements are Montcalm Monument to General Wolfe, the Victor And General. Mont- "
9 The following TRAIN SCHEDULE ,
s {, calm !
organized these churches! the Jewish "The lawIs the vanquished, commanders respectively of the British and 1 l'p
writers" :
taken from good French armies In the decisive battle of the Plains of Abraham The \
w teachers Insisted that the Chris-
'i I observe'all fixed, to sow wind is to reap Effective Sunday, August 9th Inscription' on the monument reads: "Their. valor. gave them the same T I
tian converta must the "The surest thing death NNUMERABLE fine an connimlr, It
whirlwind, changes and trains will history the same fame and posterity the same monument. It t
q i I ceremonies of the Jewish church. about sin Is that It makes its run as follows: Is located In Quebec City. cawing and bcartachn.HEAVY LOSSES anise"

il'' ? '1'5 Iw Galatian In today's churches lesson, "Be he said OvertakenIn to the mark," "Men think that they can No. 107, southbound due Starke, BUTTER-IMITATIONS- -REGU- -, sued by the milk inspection divisIon With adequate Stock Fin
and wisdom: can 10:40
a. m. ,
9 sow folly reap Insurance the inyatmnit ol f tilt
r a Fault." The language impliesthe sow: wild oats and gather honest No. 1, southbound due Starke, LATED BY NEW MILK LAW of the state department of agriculture horn owner ii virtually without
Little have to have teaparties.
possibility of being taken by wheat; can sow unclean and diseased 10:35: p. m. They like to The Bale of butter imitations and in the Florida Dairy riik. Inaurance mikes money
prepare invested in home
a a tangible OIL
; surprise and suddenly overcome by things, and reap health, No. 108, northbound, due Starke, cookies themselv This Is possible other dairy products, either in News, published monthly by the
h temptation. Satan is always at strength, and a well-balanced mind 5:39: p. m. by using self-rising flour which wholesale or retail quantities, Including department. ., tf tfour, ram. has intnwt
in Vet W pro' your IQYIaLet
t; ) work and the Christian Is alwaysto hereafter; can sow unbelief, irre- No. 2, northbound, due Starke, takes all the gueiswork out of bak- individual service in restaurants In the introduction, there are 23 11. Uf Mp god to tap,..,
be on guard. The strongest are ligion and contempt for God, and 6:10 a. m. ing. This little hostess Is serving and boarding houses, is definitions of the various kinds, \ insurance protlttionHAROLD edrewa'

In danger of falling into errors or reap peace a.nd joy, that he can \Vannee BranchNo. to her. guests grape punch and strictly regulated in the new milk forms and grades of milk, milk C. WA

even into sin. And many do fail sow moderate drinking and not 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. brownies made flour by. herself with and milk products law, a documentof products and other dairy products.

"Restore such a one." It 'la not reap immedorate drinking, physical No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. flour.ready-prepared or self-rising about 4000 words, passed by the Imitation butter is defined as "any INSURANCESTARKE

'+ the "spiritual" one's duty to mag- mental and spiritual ruin." T. J. Griffin, Agent. recent legislature and now in ef- product containing any fat other
nify or circulate the fault of another But these things cannot be done. these Ingredients; have' already been than that derived from milk or FLORIDAWithTfre
:r who Is weak, but to use his spir The lesson closes with "Let us Closing of Malls added In Just the right proportionsby fect.A cop, of the law has been Is- cream and made in the appear- ,
itual strength to help the one in other's the innnufucturor before you buy
not be weary In bearing Train No. 107, south, 10:20: a. m.
error or in sin. Instruction, re- the flour. Such''flour Is easy for
burdens, in helping to restore Train No. 108, north, 5:20: p. m.
; children to There Is no measuring
proof Influence use.
encouragement, holy -
and in to the Spirit. mails)
I fallen, sowing Night close 6 p. m. and of
and mixing baking powder Price
prayer are *
In due season we shall reap"The Starke &: Bell Branch: or salt and success Is easily as-
of vJ18% means to be used In restoring -I
( ponce harvest/! does not always follow Mall closes 7 a. m. sured. The Hour needs only ono
c another "In the Spirit of Immediately, but it follows. "As Mall arrives 2:40: p..m. Sifting. h
( Meekness," not by harsh, driving we have .. Opportunity" * Brownies

t methods, Consciousness: of one's Making opportunity where appar Blue Bus Schedules 1,4 cup butter ,2 eggs
1 c own human limitations help ently there is none. "P good unto Southbound-9:31: a. m., 11:31a. : S squares or ox. H cup Belf-rla-

:, 4 r one others to, bQ sympathetic toward all\ men' .. .. Without distinction a.a m., 4:01; p Ja., 0:31: p. m., 12:14: cooking late choeoIng 1 leg flour vanilla so low whybuy no,

to'race or condition or attitude. a. m. 1% cup sugar 5i cup nutmeats
,' This admonition from Paul "Household of Faith" .. Strength Northbound-*::50 a. m., 1:23 p.
brings up the old question, "Am I First add the butter to the chocolate -
ti ening and encouraging fellow m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m, 4:43: a.
w' and melt over hot water. Add
1 tT my brother's keeper, which Cain Christians increases the forces of
used when he accused the m.Tickets the sugar and eggs, unbeaten.
was by
power for doing good to all other and Information at Beat unto well blended. Then add
:Lord of his brother Abel.
killing Every school, private and pub Smith's Service Station, next to the remaining Ingredients in the
The word "overtaken" means lic, should teach the truth about courthouse. order given and when well mixed a SET ?
"surprised," "caught," as we now' alcohol. Only thus will the prohibition pour Into n greased and floured

; catch criminals laws be fuly enforced. Key West Lewinsky's Men cake pan to the depth of one-half
> "Fault" or "trespass" as used in I Shop opened in building formerly inch. Bnke In a slow oven ((325
the verse ia not so much a crime degrees F.' ) until quite firm but not
,h ?, A WEEKLY 8EUMONETTE occupied by Broadway Shop. brown. Cut Into squares while
as a moral or spiritual wrong, a Miami Beach W. G. Potts still warm.

violation of the will and teachings The Gift of the Holy Spirit granted permit to erect $75,000 These way be served with a beverage rA whole

? of Christ. John 14:15: 16, 17, 18. If ye love residence on Collins avenue. such as lemonade or grape set
The "spiritual' are those who me, keep my commandments. 16. Key West Contract let for punch, or In the place of cake with
have accepted Christ and his and he $25,000 improvement project at local ice cream If n more substantial
i And I will pray the Father,
,teachings. In humility and not in shall give you another Comforter, marine hospital. collation is desired. I of Goodyear
y that "I-am-holler-than-thou" spiritin Miami Beach-H. Granger planning
that he abide with ypu forever
may ,
which the Pharisee prayed In the ; 17. Even the Spirit of truth; to erect $25,000 apartment Pathfinders for
temple, and which some church whom the world cannoth receive, house on Meridian avenue between Gracevllle-Local Post of AmerIcan :

i' members assume. because it seeth him not, neither Tenth and Eleventh streets. Legion'' plrfn to erect club

f "Bear ye one another's burdens, knoweth him; but ye know him; for Electrification of Caloosahatchee house and stadium.
and so fulfill the law of Christ. with and shall be valley from Fort Myers to La West Palm Beach $26,000 set
,::1 In verse 5 of the lesson Paul also in he 18. I will you not leave you Belle completed. aside to'clear' Inland. waterways. Everyone knows that one of the big thrillsof
aid "every man shall bear his own
is tires
getting riding on new
comfortless: 1 will come to you. a new car
burden. I have understood
never fully
.i'g these'two statements. One Prayer; Thus aaith the Lord God, all around. t

t' I will put a new spirit within you. MORE AND BETTER STRAWBERRIESStimUSeed
writer "Here two textll.J'
says, are Today new Goodyears are so cheap that
4' .1 of scripture that appear to contradict
READINGS can have that lame thrill on your present .
i y each other. The contradiction, largest tire builder can give you
p ; however, Is only apparent. Two car.
:. different Greek words are trans- August 14 not You can have the safety_ the fresh new greatest value for the price you pay.
Love Not the World Love P"
iuted by the English word 'burden. Goodyear
of More than before -
1. treadthe stout new vitality Supertwist ever
t.' Tnd* the world, neither the things that
I'' : A SEED AND PLANT ELIXIRDoes cord the honest mileage of Goodyear finder is the quality tin within the

Y I Pathfinders the lowest prices in history.
at troubles-s
all the Name ImpliesA Get a set and forget tire

It stands to reason that Goodyear-world's is on the bargain counter.

chemical composition for a seed and transplant treatment
which combines in one process the two factors of parasite pre
vention and continuous growth and production development.
Averts Damping Off and Other Fungus Diseases.
This process coats the seed with insoluble chemicals and starts
physiological reactions which act vigorously throughout the
growth of the vegetable or plant treated. .
A new Idea in crop production, and the only product of Its kind
on this or any other market.

Size Price Size Price


Green' Cove Springs, Florida 29x4.40 (4.40-21)(. ) S4.98 $19.23hU5\ ((525-21)) .58.57 $33.40
K a. 29x4.50 ((4.50-20)) 5.60 21.80 28x5.50 ((5.50-18)) 8.75 34.00

i Starke, Florida July 22, 1931. 30x4.50 ((4.50.21). ) 5.69 2220 29x550 (S.50-19)) 8.90 34.60
Carl R. Schultz. Agent 28x4.75 ((4.75-19)) 6.65 25.80 32x6.00 (6.00-20) 11.50 44.60

t Green Cove Springs, Florida.. 29x475 ((4.75-20)). 6.75' 2620\ (Six ply)

My dear Mr. Schultm: 29x5.00 ((5.00.19)) 6.98 27.233x6OO\ ((6.00-21)) 11.65 4520
My experiments with your "Stlm-U-Seed" since last Novem- 30x5.00 ((5.00-20)) 7.10 27.60 (Six ply)
ber have not been on a very extensive scale as I wanted first to 28x5.25 ((5.25-18)) 750 30.60 30x3i/j Rcg.c1.High

make sure that you really had what you claimed.I 29x5.25 (5.25-19)( ) 8.15 31.60 Preiiure 4.39 17.08 jj''
root-treated strawberry plants before planting and others R4
that had been planted I sprayed as directed. There was a big .1
difference between these plants and those not treated. I got
al' many more and larger berries with n much improved, color. It
was impossible for me to keep an accurate record of the yield
as the treated rows were scattered all over.
The result of treating Irish potatoes with "Stim-lf-Seed" was
\ remarkable. I got about 40 per cent more from the treated ones
but the main difference was that those not treated were shy on
No. Vs but plenty of. No. 2'. and 3's, while the treated were almost JatIfimfrrREGISTER
all No. l's, very uniform and with a fine skin.
You may send anybody that wants to know more to me. .

'f r t Yours truly,
(Signed.) F. F. FLUME.

I k ktii
For Sale

Stark, Florid Jacksonville Fla.

1 --.. -u;. R. R. TIIEDE, Lawtey Starke Florida]

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--- Orlando The Florida grower 000. The theaters sold include five line Is the site of the first Protes- .. J \',,.. ,;) u M vD I

reimbursement committee haa received In Tampa two in Lakeland, and tant settlement upon AmericAnsoil w'r''r

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs a telegram from W. J. two In Daytona. Consolidated being founded by a brave band Now About I IUUaN' i':

Howey chairman stating that Theaters, Inc., now owns sixty one of French: Huguenots In 1564, about SOM1o '
President Hoover had Indicated an fifty before the Pilgrim
theaters In Florida. years ,. TMstj
interest in obtaining congressional landed at Plymouth Rock. For .

appropriations for losses Florida Tampa Information Just received this reason the spot should be d di
STATE NEWS fruit interest suffered from the .
LIVE reached by'a fine highway and its
by members of the Tampa, i i ie .
Mediterranean fruit fly..quarantine. Historical,and Archaeological Society location beautified as well as commemorated t
from officials and scientistsof I
Lakeland-With summer more
the Smithsonian Institution at -
OUR than half gone, business conditions Washington Is to the effect that Kissimmee-Steel work on the'
TOLD BY EXCHANGES in Florida have been better than :
Federal is at
building progressing
skeletons and relics of the Western
..... ......_r_._ ...row ....., r _......_ the most sanguine had dared to extension of Cypress street several, a rapid pace. and it looks more IL'b,1
hope three months ago. Reports tike AI Smith's igxPENSE
I Ilog Empire State
months apparently have no
abolish council will construction of ago
motion to cover from other sections of the United ,
ater-A John
parallel among living races of the building each day although
students to Plnella counhol three new piers in the yacht basin States brought by visitors or S n world, nor do they correspond with I McPhater declares the new post -

was presented .to the' each 10 feet wide and 145 feet long. letters assure us that In Lakelandthe any skeleton remains known. office structure in Kisslmmee will M
situation is
lnktructlon. Creosoted piling will be used in the comparativelyrOll' not be as tall, even when com-

of public- ; construction. Tampa-One of the most mag- pleted, as that New York building.

of a newrally nlficlent sights anyone would care But at that work Is being rushed

ton-Construction operated Ice and cold West' Palm Beach-Savings I to St. Petersburg Tremendous I to witness Is a waterspout shoot- on the $80,000 official home ot
slashes In the
Will be started at expensesof Ing up dozens of feet in the air Miss Pherigo and plans are! in the ow
plant Palm Beach county taxpayers of the Lakeland city government
e making for a public celebration EarWt4c
days by the Peofce and throwing sprays In every direc,
In a few of Pensacola. 167809.40 are estimated by Coun- will begin with the fiscal :yea tion. These waterspouts occur, when the cornerstone. is laid Sep-

Company ty Tax Collector{ Roy A. O'Ban- September 1. Approximately $ 40- frequently off the Florida coasts tember 7. Congressman Ruth

-the first time non as a result of the reductionof 000 will be saved the taxpayers and most especially on the west' Bryan Owen will be here to deliveran

usonvllleFor klPhooeoeabdication, state millage from 14 to 4 7-8, In a reduction of salaries. At least coast. Once seen they will be remembered -: address, and the entire day will
King $25,000 will be saved by"ellmina-
yesterday carthe recently authorized by the legls by those who witness be one of jollification.
Dish lature. tion of expenses and the like. In
the new re- this phenomena for years. -
trl-color of Jacksonpa all the budget will be trimmed to West Palm Beach-Workers Are

Into the Port Homestead-Homestead is to be the extent of $60,000. Homestead Harry &; Cooper" busy setting out 300.000 pineapple

operated without cost to the tax- one of Homested'a efficient rural slips In the fields of the Florida Arne tin Clucagf Cc.rtar et Railroad Dore
during the coming fiscal Gainesville-The first territorIal Pineapple Products"Corporation In
froma payers mall carriers thinks Hayden'man '
exports --------- --- --
the month of July to6303.000 year. Under the proposed budget governor of Florida was An- goes carry a small quantity of gold this vicinity and it is said that In then.

for feet, as-compared practically all running ex- drew Jackson 182122. The firs beneath the skin. Recently he dent 18 months from now the fruit on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor of

feet In June., Phos- penses will be derived from net state governor was William D. away five crates of mangoes to these plants will be ripe. The plantsare RISING Lake Butler were visiting her sister

,3,588,612'shipments also showed anIS profits of the municipal electric Moseley 1845-49. Florida has had Los Angeles where the natives are of the Red Spanish variety and I".. Iris, aleRse C.r. Mrs. E. D. Driggers Sunday. ?N
light and water plant.OcalaAuthority 26 governors. If a Florida gov- said to highly appreciate this Flor- are from eight. to 18 Inches In
June. Messrs. Leon I Edwards of Lake)
over his office the next
ernor gives up ida delicacy. Each crate held an height which Is said to be much Mr. and Mrs. Dunkley of Jacksonville Wales and of i
Raymond Riggs
cola-port Dixie. Okaloosa of the commissioner in succession is the president of average of 57 mangoes. Three larger than the usual "prime" spent the week-end here Jacksonville and William Kelley of

seaport will begin of agriculture and other the senate. Florida is one of the crates just heard from brought a Blips. In Florida ten crops can be with her sister Mrs. Evelyn Cros- I Jacksonville, were visiting H. M
ys new officials to enforce a bill states without a lieutenant gov before have to
on the first unit of a state gross return of $20 apiece netting produced new slips McRae Sunday.
work asa passed by the last legislature pro- ernor. $14.70 or 25 cents per fruit. be planted or more than double the by.Mrs. and chil-
00000 development project H. L. Edwards M*. W. M. Oliver :J. L. Underhill -
of arsenic or arsenic number In
equipment can be obtain- hibiting use possible most foreign dren of Lake Wales is spending a of Pine Level and H. M. McRae
derivatives In spraying or fertilizing Wildwood-Wlldwood will soon Gracevllle-Fire, described as of countries competing in the Indus- Mrs.
officially announced. few days here with her aunt attended church at Green Cove
I 13 trees will be attacked in have another industry, probablyby it is said. The
citrus Incendiary origin or from a care- try, company expects H. M. McRae. Sunday. 1
oak-Tobacco prcles on the federal court at Tampa. the first of August. In the way; lessly dropped cigarette, Wednesday to eventually have a ,OOO- Mr and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and Miss Emma Edwards of Lake
market continue to show an done afternoon destroyed the plan- acre pineapples. mother Mrs. W. F Harnage of the Wales were among those who attended L'')
over those of other mar- : West Palm Beach Eighteen kinds of woodwork will be ning mill dry shed,. kiln and 3- state farm were visiting Mr. and the party given by Mr. and fb'
tags months from now the pineapples by machinery. This new industrywill feet of lumber of the Rex Lake City-Discouraged with
according to officials here. :, 500,000 Mrs. B. M. McRae Friday.Mr. Mrs. Fate Refers of VanderbUt
been heavy and grades will be ripe In Lake Worth accord- greatly add to Wildwood. as Lumber company here. W. D. Mc- life Miss Ruby Edenfield, 30 an1 and Mrs. L. D. Green of section Friday night. .
have to H. O. Basford president of it was stated that several men will Rae of Donlhan Ala. of the W. W. Cason 55-year old rued
common to fair. Ing owner Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. D. Bo- Mr. L. H. Edwards of Lake Wales
ed I the Florida Pineapple products corporation be employed in the operatloh of plant, estimated the loss at $125- farmer walked into a small wooden hanan and children of'Orlando, ,was visiting his family here -Sun.

Palm Beach-The Federal whose employes are now which will increase the payroll of 000 partially covered by insurance, church here, made a bed of mos were visiting Mr and Mrs. H. M.

est Bank of Atlanta was at work setting 300,000 pineapple the city. and was authority for the state- on either side of the pulpit drank McRae Saturday and Sunday. day.Quite a large crowd from here

rve ted a preferred claim of $25- slips on a 23-acre field. James ment that the fire might have been from a bottle of poison and laid Mrs. Amanda Silcox and children I and Wateroak section attended

funds of the defunct Valparaiso E. Flew of incendiary origin. down and died in what authorities and Miss,Bula Edwards of Starke ,I Corinth B. Y. P. U. social at Sampson -
against Tampa Europeans, like their Valparaiso, has a new flowing today said was a suicide pact. In- week-end
Beach Bank and Trust corn- spent the here with rela Lake Saturday. All reported a
her citrus from Florida and they like well at Valparaiso. At a depth of Callahan-Breaking records has formation that the couple Intended -
In a court plenty of this health-giving. luscious 445 feet a flow supplying 60,00"" became a habit with the hens at to end their lives together was con-

establishing I' fruit. The United States gallons an hour was found-a sufficient the Fifth Florida National Egg- tained in a letter Miss Edenfield .
mpa-Plans Czecho-Slovaklans onict Shipping Board has authorized the water supply to take care Laying contest. According to the wrote to her parents saying "No I

tony of refrigeration of four of Its vesselsfor of a city of 25,000, which is an- monthly summary for June just one cares for me" except Cason,
Just purchase
of 6000 acres citrus from Tampato ticipated at Valparaiso with the and that had decided to "endIt
north of Plant City carrying released by E. F. Stanton supervisor they THE
Knights miles Station were an- Europe in a regular service next building of Port Dixie as pro, ,, the production of 202 eggs all." No further details con.cernlng .

iced here by L. J. Mounts October. posed. per'bird for that month breaks all the motive were contained,
Juno records A pen from the in the note. The bodies were found ,

pa man. Tampa Professional deadbeats West Palm Beach-Extension of Plnebreeze Farm of this city cap- by Louise Carrie Edenfield sister,

-thousand hot dogs, roving from city to city one of the city's principal thor- tured the cup for the month of of the dead girl after the couple
and more and from state to state even from oughfares westward to serve Ever- June by producing 256 eggs worth failed to return home. Cason wasa GREATESTVALUE
[ of Ice
I cream
gallon ,
lemonade than nation -to nation are descendingon glades residents is said to be prob- 262 points. This pen has now won widower and at one time owneda
of anyone
i consumed by Florida in ever increasing numbers able in the near future. The city eight out of the nine monthly cups large farm near here. Authorities i
count were
Miami children who were and Tampa along with other has been informed that the state for production so tar this year. said he and Miss Edenfield had ,
and the state boardof road department will undertakethe --
Florida kept company for some time.
Elks at
of Miami of
ta Lodge '
Is organizing to work of extending Southern
public welfare Ocala-Pointing out that the \
picnic. handle them.GainesvllleO.. ''I Boulevard three miles westward to senate and house of represenatives Gainesville-The largest grAduating -

Cloud Edward Parradee connect with a road leading to the worked against each other duringthe class in the history of the
or at SI Cloud whose recentWlCflllent C. Van Hyning, Everglades. recent sessions of the legislature University of Florida Bummer

that he would be adate of Gainesville, calls attention to I almost to the point of caus- school was disbanded today after

i for governor was said the fact that the new Florida frog Panama City-Durring the past ing a third extra session Senator 150 members had received diplomasand

iave been taken lightly by some legs Industry may soon deplete the week approximately fifteen cars : W. T. Gary told the members of degrees at''the closing exercises EVER BUILT

declares that lie was nevora state's ponds and swamps of< of kraft paper have been shippedby the Rotary club that he was considering yesterday. Judge Spessart
serious in his life. frogs and deprive Floridians of a rail from tire mill of the southern I the Introduction of resolution L. Holland, Bartow president of

tasty item of their menu. "The Kraft Corporation at Bay at the next session to combine the University Alumni association, .-: L ry ryI

tell Electrification of the frogs have enemies enough of Harbor, some of the shipment go- the two branches Into a single leg-' delivered the baccalaureate ad- I,

atchee valley from Fort their own" he writes. Ing to Canada some to Indiana islative body. To make the change dress. Blaming the public at largeto INTO A

fr to LaBelle has, -' and to Kansas. An average of would require a constitutional a large extent "for the conditions A
", It was announced'by localer Miami Persons with a pen- : fifteen cars of pulp wood and five amendment, the senator said. He in our public schools," Judge

; of the Florida Power and chant for heavy labor last night cars of coal ,for use at the mil did not go into details regardinghis Holland asserted he brought "no

fit Company. A' new line 30 carted away 15 tons' of anchor have been received daily duringthe proposal. criticism of our devoted public

i long, has been finished and chain and a 60 foot mast which J. past week or two. servants who have done their utmost -

acted: with the Fort Myers O. Webster Miami Beach had Perry-Construction of a new to better conditions; my criticism -
stored near the Miami canal he Lakeland Six children from school building at Day was authorIzed is of ourselves of the peopleof FORD CAR

reported to police today, Webster Lakeland Fla,. ranging in age by the county board of Public this state who have heretofore
-More than 50,000 vlsl- said he valued the chain and mastat from 8 to 13 who started out to Instruction. Trustees of the special failed to envision the tremendou

will\ come to Miami expresslytch $1,500. see the world in an automobile returned tax districts were authorizedto importance to us, to,our children

the DO-X glide along then home. The younsters go ahead with the work on a and to the future of our state of

of Blacayne bay and come Fort MyerMore tarpon have four boy and two glrU--were re- day labor basis the work to be supervised an up-to-date system of public education \

N* in front of Bayfront park. been caught in Lee county waters tamed by police in Brunswick, Ga.. by a competent contractor Tfa

plane left Rio de Janerlo Aug. this season than ever before. Cap- somewhat startled to see so younga paid by the day; and expenses .. VftmtlfmtTor
d Is expected to make thet tain"'E. L. Evans record keeper, company out on a tour unescorted. Incurred to be paid as quickly as Tardy adw

>t to Miami In nine days. said today. With yesterday'scatch Police said they found severAl funds are available. The proposed d
, ;/ the total reached 2,160. Evans pistols and rifles in their automobile structure will be of concrete with MILLER

Petersburg = The Item of expected the total to reach 2- and that the group had nine ten class rooms and auditorium. Ellen Cor.

000 voted for inclusion in theet 500 before leave gulf wa cents In cast The building is estimated to COlt

for coming the city ters. between nine and ten thousand
year by Tampa-Leo Stalnaker, Tampa dollars. The family and friends of Mr.
for Cries Crawford were happy to T
'' aU attorney, whose campaigns -
about Lake know of. his returning home Wednesday -,
various reforms a year ago Tallahassee Okeechobee
I. kept him In the public eye for Frogs have their points but Allan afternon from the Gainesville -' 1

some time stands disbarred from Reynolds, local resident, today hospital, where he had been
practicing his profession for a claimed that northwest Florida two weeks on account of a bulletin

year.: The sentence may be suspended frogs have the biggest eyes In the his right shoulder.
a upon payment of $9,000 to,, whole state. Reynolds went frog Friends of Otis Crawford were

the guardian of a young 'girl from' hunting with a shotgun last night. sorry to hear of his illness at his $ pl

whose estate he was convicted of Wading Into a swampy field, he home and hope he will soon recover ,

borrowing the money in violationof sighted two big eyes burning in the 90
1 the law.DeLand darkness. He fired and the eyes 'Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Waters are
ia disappeared. Again two flashing thef proud parents of a new son,

A man's wedding the optics . again a shot . then' born August 1st.

authorities decided was an occasIon -. darkness. Reynolds paid the farmer cloth Friends will be of pleased Miss to Pauline hear of Fair-her (,. O. D. Detroit, plu freight and to warrant $150 for the "frogs" and the
of sufficient Importance
recovery from a recent illness. and tpart II,. extra at low co...)
letting the bridegroom off the farmer said the two horses really
chaingang temporarily. They let were worth more than that. Mr. Judge'Blackwelder, Miss

Fred Behrens alias F. Brooks, off Fair Blackwelder Lee Blackwelder Miss Martha Miss Margie Jane you buy a Ford car today, you buy what la
3 to come here in civilian clothes and Panama City Work is well WHEN
get married. lie said he would under way on the large warehouse I Blackwelder and Mr. Hooper '! the greatest value In the historyof

return to the prison camp-but he that Is being built at the paper I Blackwelder. all returned to their the Ford Motor Company. Never before has so ,
homes In St.
didn't. He was serving a six mill. This building will give an long visit in Petersburg Miller section after with a much beauty, comfort, safety and performance been
months' sentence. A search was additional floor space of 60.00O
friends and relatives.Mr. offered at such a low price. *
started for Behrens. square feet, and will be used as
I temporary<< storage for products of Cordon Hancock Mills EfTle The low price of the Ford ia something to think

Sarasota-William Cater faced the mills. The mills are now run- Hancock lilies Ellen Blackwelder, about because It means Immediate saving of many
'ftr ) term of robbing the Palmer ning practically to their Maurice Crawford Mr. See-
a prison capacityand dollars
I i National Bank here last Aprilof their products are finding bee Crawford. Mr. Linzy Clyatt always an Important consideration. But far

$11,644, and Mrs. Ella Depfer their way from the Pacific coast Mr. Noah Douglas, Mr. Freeman more significant than price alone ... what you get for

I i and her brother. William W.lker, allover the United Stated and Douglas and Mr. Callla Brannen that price. When high quality i. combined "/dl low t
all enjoyed nice
a swimming trip ;
with Cater were freedon Canada and across the Atlanticto
tried Jointly ,
to the river Sunday price, you may justly lake pride in Laving found a
the charge of grand larceny. Europe. Notwithstanding the
; Services will be held at the Harmony most satisfactory purchase.See .
:: : Charles S. Wadsworth. Jr., former unfavorable market conditions,
_ _ ,. Free Will Baptist church the Ford ride
teller In the bank placed himself the mills are making ready for in it learn something about

on the mercy 'of the court when he till further: expansion. invited Sunday to by attend.Rev. Henry Melvin. All the value that 'Is built into every part. The more you 4;
contendre the
folio same
pleaded Jacksonville Services will be held at Fort Call know about It, the more certain you will be that it la
case. One of the most
T- commendable move to be made church first Sunday In September. the car for you. It i. literally true that when you "get

3y I Lakeland-FrAnk Rogers, assist In Duval county In years Is the Everybody welcome. the facts you will get a Ford."
t.brr l 'r'ait" rp James McNeal
> ,
nv' aa"'ern.k'aye' ; ;>< ant to the president of Consolidated plan being worked out by members spent Monday
; I h xYy Theaters. Inc., of Florid*, an- of the Duval County Beautification night with Eddie. Carlisle.

nounced the firm has purchased a Association to build a scenic ,

< chain of nine Florida motion picture highway to old Fort Caroline on South Bay Addition to be

theaters fro mthe Publix St. Johns Bluff, about flflteen erected to Lake Shore Supply Co. .y
Theaters Corporation for $2,000- miles east of the city. Fort Carol building
tR'h'"JfalerrCn.aT cL.sss.i'1 road Dill. :


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; i the bride-elect. Lighted candles with their mellow Ijoyed I ; after which the hostess Mr. Robert Blanchard were in Trapnell Blo "-

t1 Baskets and vases of summer'! lights added beauty to this delightful served a sweet course. Jacksonvllel Tuesday.Mrs. erecting: new tcnl" M!
; ? host colorful flowers combined affair After the guests as- There were seven members and R. R. Thede and daughter, Fort* My.s ")mlnOlebit..

111ili Mt IL1 iSivi j with ferns and palms, decked the sembled they were Invited to the 'one visitor present as folows: Mrs. Louise, were shopping! in Jackson-' and Manufacturing .?

" ; ( : }} spacious rooms of the clubhouse dining room where a buffet supperwas E. lr(. Thomas, Mrs. Priest, Mrs. ville Tuesday. contract to fur.,, ", a
;; ind created a lovely backgroundfor served.! The dining table was Chas. Overstreet, Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mr. F. R. Carradtne was transacting and Interior finis| , 'I u' <<

,7' the summer frocks worn by the laid with a lace cloth centering Mrs. G. C. Bryant, Mrs. O. J. Griffin business in Jacksonville I building $75,000 ""HI" oe ......I
i 11 guests. which was a cut glass bowl filled and Mrs. P.. A. MAguire of Or- Tuesday.Last Wesley PaperQuickly LI "enCe f...
t } MISS FLORENCE MATTHEWS relatives of the bridal couple. Attar In the receiving line in the library with lovely pink roses and fern and lando. Thursday night, Mrs. N. r '-aU

1 BECOMES TilE IlllIDB OF DIC.IIOMKK the reception the couple left fora were Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. at either end low candle sticks with Circle No. 3 with Mrs. N. D S. Blunt of Ft. Myers, entertained ..

t't' BOIET McLENDON short wedding trip and upon their! J. C. Robinson, Miss Florence Matthews pink tapers were placed. Bumgarner, hostess, met at the at the Hill cottage, Kingsley Lake,
I i return will be at home to their and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. The invited guests were as follows Torode cotage at Kingsley ,Lake with a delightful chjcken dinner.

ti, A beautiful wedding of late summer friends in Starke. Mrs Robt. F. Demorest invited the : Miss Florence Matthews, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Those enjoying Mrs. Blunts hospitality 1
tr and one of cordial Interest to Mrs McLendon traveled In ai guests! to the punch bowl, which Dr. Homer B. McLendon, Mr. and The devotional was led by Mrs. were, Miss Louise Thede, J t

a host of friends throughout FlorIda ensemble of skipper blue crepe and was banked in ferns and flowers Mrs. B. S. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Raymond followed with,a Miss Elizabeth Edwards, Miss Collie -

,( was the marriage of Miss Florence white blouse. Her accessories were Misses Louise Thede, Vera Claire R. T. Parrish, of Atlanta! Ga., Dr. short business session with Mrs. Strickland, Mr. Graydon Jones,
is Matthews, daughter of Mr dark blue.Among Robinson and Marjorie Stump serv- L. 11. McLendon of Marianna, Mrs. Bumbarned secretary, in charge. Mr. Hallie Jones and Mr. Cornelius
rAk and Mrs. Eugene Simeon Matthews those from out of town ed punch. K. B. Norman of Jacksonville Mrs Plans were discussed and made for Edwards.
it e t to Dr. Homer Bolet McLendon, attending the wedding were: Mr Mrs Kawson J. Davis sang! two E. O. Mansker of Tampa Mrs. H. fall work. Mrs. Grady Lanier of Miami, :Is

1 1 t: 4'r :which was solemnized Wednesday /and Mrs. R. T. Parrish, Atlanta, numbers, the first one "At Dawn! C. Richard, of Palatka Mrs. A. Z. During the social hour sewing visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
, i evening at 8:30: oclock at the Ga, Mrs A. M. Richard, Jackson- Ing," by Cadman, the second Adkins, Mias Ethel Griffin, Mrs. and swimming were enjoyed.The Geo. Futch. ', 1H
d ::1 4. 1t r + fi iI I :Methodist Episcopal church, the 'vllle, Mr. H. M. Richard, Jacksonville cause," with ;Mrs. Hollls "Be-j J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville Mrs. hostess, assisted:' by Mrs.; L. Mr. Angus A. Arwood of Birm-

t iI Rev. W. F. Jones, pastor, perform Mrs. Margaret: McLendon accompanist. Mrs. L. Q. H. V. Knight. Rev. W. F. Jones, G. Hemingway and Mrs. Orrle ingham, Ala., Visiting his par- SS
c4 t ; Try ing the ring ceremony in,the pres- Hearn, Valdosta, Ga., Miss Sarah then read "The Lustrous Jade Mr. Eugene Matthews, and Mr. Wiggins served an ice course to the ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood.Mr .
s I ence of a large gathering of Glenn Hearn! Valdosta, Mr. Shel- Princess Derling. During the pro- Shelton Horn of Valdosta, Ga. following: and Mrs. ;Earl Owens of
:friends and relatives ton Hearn, Valdosta, Mr. Lonle gram Miss Matthews occupied the Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. J. H. Safety Harbor, were visiting Mr,
s The church was simply but beautifully Hearn Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. J. chair of honor which was tied witha Pitts, Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mrs. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell last week.
decorated with white asters, T. Moore, Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. E.j butterfly bow of pink and white MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS S. G. Lewis, Mrs. F. B. Johns, Mrs Miss Cobb of Birmingham, Ala., "11N i
''L:' dahlias, palms and bamboo. Thepresented B. Hart, State Farm, Mrs. D. tulle, showered with white satin CELEBRATES,BIRTHDAYMiss G. P. Raymond and Mrs. W. J. Ep Is visiting Mrs. H. B. Arwood this o

, chancel of the church a Forehand,'Albany, Ga., Mrs. A. D. ribbons_ and pink rosebuds. person. week.
fairyland scene with its banks of Galt, Albany. Mrs. W. T. Jackson, I Alter the program the doors of Margaret Williams, enter- Mrs. Kasler. Norman and Mrs.
lff potted palms and white floor bas- Baconton, Ga., Miss Flora Belle the sun parlor were thrown open tained with a bridge party: Tuesday Mollle'Mc White of Norman Park, -
s kets ,tied with white and silver/ Jackson Baconton, Mrs. W. E. and dainty little Merry Beth evening at the home of her parents, MRS. L. D. VINING Ga., were visiting relatives here [ e

ribbon and filled with asters and Brown, Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Knight led the bride-elect to the the occasion being herseventeenth, ENTERTAINS this week.

q i. ; dahlias. Myraid tapers in silver Godwin, Raiford, Miss Louise Hunt! Improvised Japanese flower garden birthday. Clara and Cornelia Harley of
S candelabras and standards gave a Raiford, Mr. J. B. Kite, Ralford, in which the gifts were displayed Tables for play were arrangedon Baskets of asters and pot plants Dorchester, S. C., were visiting

? j'' 5 scintillating! charm. Mr. Walter Roberts, Ralford, Mr the porch'"whlch; was decorated were attractively arranged about their uncle, Mr. A. H. Harley this '. '
+' r '' While the guests were assembling -I and Mrs. R. R. Thede, Lawtey, Mr. A sweet course which featuredthe with bright summer flowers., Sev- the porch of the home of Mrs L. D. week.
and Mrs. W. E. Torode eral progressions of the were Vlnlng where she entertained mem-
an appropriate program of Lawtey pink and white motif was serv- game Tommy (Kid) Beck of Lawtey, a
L. McLendon Jacksonville enjoyed and scores totaled. Miss bers and friends of her 'Card club
music was rendered and just prior Mr. C. ed. About one hundred and twenty- will be a busy battler next week.
Mrs. A. D. Gordon, Hazel- Kitty Hogsed? and Eldredge RobInson Thursday afternoon.
five ,
guests were inVlted.
''f p to the entrance of the bridal party, Monday night Beck will attempt !
I hurst, Gat Miss Winona Kelsey, each received gifts for Several delightful progressionsof
r ; ir, :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Ethel to erase the only defeat of his ; 4
/ and Mrs. J. S. Blitch holding high scores. the game were enjoyed and
Raiford. Mr. ,
t ( td l Griffin with Mrs H. V. Knight, accompanist MISS M.\RY CANOVA career, sustained at the hands of r >er .
l The hostess served Ice and scores added: High prize went to
S State Farm, Mrs. Jack Briggs, cream
; q "The Bridal Chor- ENTERTAINS' the veteran
sang Battling ( Peaden
Pop) ,
Jacksonville Miss cake to the following players: Mrs. H. C. Ritch and Mrs. D. P
4 Ruby Kilpatrick
C .,, J. I
; us".. from Rose Maiden. Mrs. of Pensacola. Peaden won the nod
r Troy, Ala., Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car- Missed Marjorie Stump, Hope Carpenter received low. Miss Florence ;
k, ,, :Briggs, of Jacksonville, with Mrs On Saturday afternoop, Miss over' Beck at Gainesville
'n "all roll, Daytona Beach, Mr and Mrs. Haynes, Dorothy Ritch, Kitty Hog- Matthews, a bride-elect, was i some
A. Z. Adkins, accompanist, sang months In Tuesday
Mary Capova entertained at a ago a great fight. -
f A. C. Durden, Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. i sed, Kathleen Gaskins of Bartow, given a memento.
f "Beloved, It's Morn, by Ayllvard beautiful at the Wom- Beck to Palatka to
bridge box
i Mrs. 11. V. C. C. Hoppe, Tampa, Mrs. FrankCarter : Mary Pearce, Murla Weeks, S. R. The hostess, assisted by her sister -
During the ceremony an's Club, In honor of Miss Florence the; durable Floyd McLendon.
i' Johns, A. E. Wall RobInson Miss Ruby Kilpatrick served ,
Tampa, Mrs. G. C. Livingston Eldredge -
"L'Amour Toujour .
Knight played Mathews, bride-elect, Mrs. J. J. Ca holds a decision over McLendon M .
[ Tampa, Mrs. E. O Mansker, Julian Peek, Graham Causeyand the following players an ice course:
nova and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Glen Wood.MISCELLANEOUS. Urs..' D. ''. Vernon Rowe of Lawtey, will box
races91 Tampa, Mrs. K. B. Norman, Jack- Carpenter, Mrs. T T.
s4 y Jr., recent brides. In the six! round semi-final
4 i' sonville, Katherine Norman, Jack- S. Long, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. ,A. on'the BlMuddy ache(

; l }4 l G march.1.The. bride was escorted by her sonville! Dr. R. L. McLendon, Marl- attractively The rooms/ decorated of the clubhouse with were t SHOWER' Z. Adkins, Mrs. H.Ritch:.<;:: Mrs. Beck-McLendon' .card.NOTICE. Skins
1 ? anna, Dr. and Mrs Thomas Palmer, bright D. C, Forehand Mrs A. D. Gait,
whom she given
4t i father, by was I, Bummer flowers and twelve tables '
The home of Mrs; Ira Wilson Mrs. W. B. Dull 1 1as
marriage. Her attendants 'were, Jacksonville, Dr. J. H. Colson, was Cochrane, of Thomas- ,ordinary appearances vanish
her cousin, Mrs.' K. B. Norman of Gainesville, Mrs. H. C. Richard, were charmingly arranged for the scene of a mlscellanoeus shower ville, Ga., Mrs. J. R. Cole of Shreve- The city council of the city of blemishes and defective feature I
1 bridge. The scores were kept on last Friday afternoon, given for port, La, Miss Flora Bell Jackson >are forgotten under the lure of the I
,( Jacksonville matron of honor, Palatka, Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whit- Starke, Florida, met August 10th,
tallies which tinted in '"
were pink Mrs. Oscar Rife; who will be bewitching beauty instantly lo-l
aker, State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. L. re- Matthews and Miss 1931 to
the revise the
:Mrs. Rj'T Parrish, sister of registration
q5 and green, the flowers used in decorating membered here' Miss dered. Beneficial In correctiEl
as Annie Ethel Griffin. |
of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. H. Hill. Lawtey, Mrs. Effle Miner, books of the said city and the following -
l groom the score pads and the wrapping Varnes. tan, freckles, wrinkle,|
IB.. Mansker, of Tampa, bridesmaids Lawtey, Dr. Win. Walsh 'Gaines- of the prizes the names were stricken from
ville, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Fletcher, emphasizing Garden flowers were used In decorating GOURAUD'SWhite.
and Little Annie Katherine pink and motif. books for the reason stated,
Norman of Jacksonville, flower Leesburg, Mr. Burt Johnson Lakeland The green the rooms of the Wilson '- The council,will be in session on
high score prize was won by home LAWTBYV.
where Mrs. Rife received 0
girl. Dr. L: M. McLendon, of ]lla'rianna Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Edwards, Mrs. J. A. Cole, of Albany, Ga., attractive the 19th of August, 1931, to hear
many gifts. Cake and .
R. ,
Jacksonville.MRS. Cnrradlnr Cor. CREAM
ti brother of the acted complaint if and to
groom and second was awarded Mrs. A D. lemonade were served tp the eleven any restore I
s as best man Eugene Matthews, I Cault, of Albany The consolation guests present. any names that may have erroneously Flesh and Rachel Shidtl
P of bride and Shelton Mr and Mrs. Herbert Smith been stricken.
brother !I. O. IIAYNKS went to Mrs. P. E. Canova Jr. Miss
4'.t.. Ileara of Valdosta, Ga., nephew of ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE I canova: presented each of the honorees I" were In Lake Butler visiting Mrs. Alvarez, J. W., dead.

q, the groom, were the ushers. with a lovely party handkerchief \V. M. S. Smith's parents Sunday.W. Bowers, Elbert, removed.
} r4, Mrs. Norman, matron of honor, Mrs. O. L.Haynes gave a delightful I In pastel shades.A I CIRCLES MEET F. (Bill) Godwin, Jr., has returned Bell, Katie May, removed. IL E. LAGERGKEX

wore a lovely model of pink net bridge party honoringMiss sweet! course was served and to Paris Island, S. C., aftera Canova, F. A., removed Surve'lng-Le\'cllni
j made on princess lines trimmed inv Florence Matthews, bride-I the pink and green lace dollies, Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. M. days visit with his mother. Mrs. Dowling, E. J., removed.
rows of braid. Her slippers were elect and Mrs. N. 'Wainwright' and I pink rosebuds tied with small S. met at the home of Mrs. GeorgeC. W. F. Godwin. Dowllng R. N., dead. Mapping

i Of pink crepe, and het flower were I Jr. and Mrs.' J. J. Canova, recent 1 bows of pink ribbon repeated the White ]Monday afternoon at 4 ]Mrs Henry Register and little Green, Nelson T., removed. Starke, hlorldaFLORIDk:

; ;i 0M arm bouquet of Talisman roses brides at the Woman's Club, Monday I color scheme:' o'clock. daughter, are visiting Mrs. Reg- Green, Winifred, removed.

a'r' y and,delphnlum.Mrs. I afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Assisting the hostess In looking The devotional, was lead by Mrs. ister's mother, Mrs. W F., God- Moates, W S., removed.,
arrlsh'. bridesmaid! I J. M. Brownlee;?, followed by a short Mitchell O. 'A., dead.
l gown r Radiance POses, zinnias and fern I after the pleasure of her guests win.Miss I
was' of green dotted nets bouffant were"prettily'arranged about the were: Mrs Geo. B. Flynn, Mrs. W:; business session, after which a social Lorle Kelly of New River, Mitchell, Eugenia, removed.
J 4 style off the shoulder model. She party room where pine tables were -I. Wainwright, Misses Lois Ad- hour spent In sewing" was enoyed. spent the week-end with Miss Eun- Marcrotte, Geo., removed.

t Wore lace mitts and green crepe at play. A color'lIcheme! of pink 1 kins, Kitty Hogsed and Martha;I j > ice Whitehead. :Marcotte, Josephine, removed.
Uppers. lief flowers were an arm and white was carried out in the :Powell., ,- The hostess. ,served a salad Mrs. Ury Gunter and children, Murrhee, Anna O., dead.,

bouquet of light pink asters shading Allies, score pads, numbers and in Enjoying this affair with the course to the members present, of West Palm Beach, are paying Powell. Lucy, dead. ,THEATRE, ,

' t'' to a deeper pink. the Ice course, served following the hostess I and honorees were:. /* who were: Mrs. C., A. Knight, Mrs. their annual visit to,, her parents, Saul, J. A., removed. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
Mrs. Manskor's bridesmaid, frock The tallies W. L. Wall Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.'Futch., Saul, Irene, removed.
: were Mesdames
games. paasectbySonny E. S. Matthews, G, M. '
wad of yellow dotted net,' bouffant ", Mrs. James Kite, Mrs. Alice Lang- Mr. C. W. Lancaster is transact- Williams, Kit, dead.
Haynes. :Sistrunk, J. W Andrews, Jr. N.
i ,s ;I style. off the shoulder model. She Mrs. T. T. Long made high and :D. Wainwright J. R. Boring, Lake, ford and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. ing business in ,St., George, Ga., C. F. HOOVER. Pro. Week August Itt
Circle No. 2 met at the this week-end. Chairman
home of
wore mitts and slippers to match. was given a box of dusting powder. ]Butler; O. L. Beasley, O. L. Haynes City Council.
Irs. A. M. Darby at 'Mr. and Mrs. W.' Lee Carradlne Attest:
Her bouquet was lavender asters Urs. F:. M. Davis made second high W. B. Parks, J. C. Hoover, Edward Kingsley Lake
" r' L shading! to deep purple. and received a deck of cards. Eachof Burns, Robt. F. Demorest E. M. Monday afternoon, 4 o'clock. of Orange Park, spent Wednesday C. A. FUTCH, Clerk. it. 'TODAY
; Following the: devotional and with Mr. and :Mrs. R.
evening F
: Annie Katherine Norman, Davis i
Little the honorees were given a hand- C. A. Futch, II. C. Brown, S. '
flower girl, was daintily clad In a embroidered linen towel as me men- .T. Vandivlere, Phil Maguire Orlando general business with Mrs. Darby Carradlne.Mr. {W.
I as leader, a social hour StringfellowRadio "NIGHT
blue organdy and was en- and Mrs. W. C. Wooten andCARL'S
ffock of baby tos. I : A. S. Crews, D. P. Carpenter I . sets
and aerials Installed
she carried an old fashion bouquet Assisting the hostess! in entertaining I T. T. Long, P. E. Canova, Jr., ''r. -- ,

of pink rose buds and little phy-. were Miss Sarah' Hope 1. H. Ritch, Jr., E. M. Johns, C. A. Member adjusted of National, repaired ,
Radio In-
+ ; uontegia.; ; Haynes, Miss Mary Pearce and Knight, J. C. Robinson D. E. Barbara Slanwyd
:Mrs. Matthews, mother of the ]Miss Murla Weeks. Knight, T. B. Massie, Mrs. Wil- PHONE stitute Washington, D. C.
bride: was gowned in a long-fitted The players were: Mrs. T, ,T. i lams., Alachua;; H. V. Knight, R. J. Ben Lyons l
model of figured chiffon In brown, Long, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. Jr., Davis J. M. Darby, Ft. Myers; C.:
yellow I ana green, trimmed in Mrs. D. C. Forehand, Mrs. E. M. C. Hoppe Tampa; and Mrs!, A. D In S. R.{Johns'Building-Opposite Depot Added Slim Summ "
brown net ruffles and with brown Davis, Mrs. G. ]M.1 Slatrunk, Mrs.J. Gault W. C., Cochrane, J.' A u' Cole DR. K. W. MARTIN
and blege accessories She wore a C. Robinson, Mrs. A. D. Galt, D. C. Forehand of Albany, Ga.; Phone 45''' Starke, Fla. We Deliver Comedy and Cartoon
i shoulder corsage of yellow rose-' Mrs. J; C. Hoover, Mrs. R. F. Dem- Misses Mabel Weller, Isabel Fernandez r.l DENTIST

+ ;I+ lby;Iq. 'I crest Mrs. S. L Peek, Mrs. N. Hazel Middleton, Harriet l Phone 33 Hours: 0 to 8

, fit, ai+ ; '?The young bride was never lovelier I Sternbcrg, Mrs. W, B. Parks, Mrs. Rltch. Eunice Perkins, Ethel Griffin 3 ,Tall Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store SATURDAY"The
6 Small
d than In her -wedding gown of A. Adklns' Mrs. J, H. Ritch, Jr., Mesdames L. D. Vining, S. L. or. CARNATION MILK __ 20c
11 mad .on Mrs. Mrs. N. D. Peek.
white Brittany lace Qeorge Flynn, )
; } princess lines with long close fitting Wainwright, Sr., Mrs. D. C. Jones, :3 CIIIPSO _ ______________________ 23c Black Camef

j,, sleeves, terminating In points Mrs J. J. Canova, Mrs. D. P. Car- HOUSE PARTY KINGSLEY I
l' over the wrl ts. The long circular penter, Mrs. Paul Canova, Jr., Mrs. LAKE FOR MISS TREU AND ', 5 WALDORF TISSUE, reg. We _________ 25c 666 WithJVarner

:, skirt waa made,.of\wide bands of C.. A. Futch Mrs. Edward Burns, MISS TEDDY TIPTON-
net.Joined In front on'either aide Mrs. A. S. Crews, ]Mra.! L. D. Vin- 2 CHARMER COFFEE _ ______________ 25c LIQUID OR TAniI5Tra $ Oland

to lace panel which ended I In .a Ing, Miss Florence Matthews,' Miss A recent event on the social R..II.. a llradnrhe or Neuralgia In ..\\ha& *
55 si point and touched the floor. Her Hazel Mlddleton. Miss Isabel Fer- calendar of the younger Bet was LARD, per pound _____________________ lOc 'SO..,.ml..t.. Bad ..check. ckrok Malaria a Cold la tb tarn Slut Added' Time"Comedy and Cartoon

veil, which was of filmy tulle forming nandez, Miss Mary Canova, Miss the house party given at Kings- dares
a long court train was cap Harriet Ritch, Miss Ethel Griffin, ley Lake in honor of Mrs. J.Fletcher SMOKED BACON, sides, per pound ____ He 666 Salve for Baby's Cold

shaped with a row of puffing Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss Mabel Burnett's nieces, Miss Vivian .... ... ......
Sliced Breakfast JSacon pound 25c 0. J-- ? .AO'...,,..,,,..A & Tuesday |
across the front and trimmed In Weiler Miss Madge Middleton, and Treu of Daytona Beach, and Miss _________ Monday
orange blossoms. ,She wore white Miss Eunice Perkins. Teddy Tipton daughter of Major
4y i moire pumps and she carried a and Mrs.: Arthur C. Tipton who 24 lbs. Pillsbury Best FLOUR _____-_____ 80c ATLASThe Ruth ChattcrtonIn
4 bouquet of bride's rose and lilies SENTORND MItS. E. M. has just left for Greensboro, North
i 4 of the'valley' showered with ,lilies JOIJNS ENTERTAIN Carolina, to joie her parents' after I 21 Ibs* Great ,{Western Flour, guaranteed 60c

of the valley. spending the past two weeks'
7 a The bride has lived In Starke I Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns with Miss Jessie Gibbs at her home' Boneless Picnic, Hams, pound ____________ 22c, Standard Oil "The Magnificent Lit
and her charming were host and hostess to their on Court street. \
all of her life by Mrs. E. O. Baxter -
personality, has endeared.herself' bridge club and visitors Thursday was chaperone at the time. Quart Jars Pure Mustard' ______________ 15c Tire Guaranteed'One Added _Comedy Sllh&: { ""I

to a host of friends here and else-' evening at their cottage at Kings- Favors for the party were Im- Tr"vrlopl
; c where. She la a graduate of the ley Lake. ported novelties. The honorees' LETTUCE, nice firm head _____________ We Year Burton Holmes
S r Florida State College for Womenat Three tables were arranged for gifts from their hostesses were j

Tallahassee, and a member of play on the broad porch facing the boxes of French note paper. 6 lbs. Cooking APPLES ________________ 25c ,HNNNNHNFrigidaire
the Alpha Delta Phi sorority, and lake, which was attractive with an Together with Miss Tipton and WEDNESDAYRichard
for the past few years has been a effective arrangement of perennial Miss Treu the guest list comprised: CANTALOUPES" nice large firm _______ 7c
member of the Bradford County flox. Prizes were won by Mr. W.M. Miss Hazel Adkins, Miss Mar-

High School faculty. Wainwright and Mrs. W. J. Ep- tha Whiddon, Miss Frances Whid- LEMONS, per dozen ___________________ 22c Dix
The groom, youngest non of Dr. person, Jr. Guest prizes were given don Miss Margaret Smith, Miss
and Mrs. Terrence Robert McLen- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. Helen Gray,. Miss '''Jessie 'Glbbs, 3 Ibs. STRING BEANS ________________- 25c the In S
i don la from Marianna and well The hostess served! a salad course- Miss Lois Adklna Shelton Baxter, year guar-

I known throughout the state. He to the players, who were: Judge Ernest Roebuck, Bubs Alison John CARROTS, per bunch __________________ We anted electric "The Public Defend]
graduated with highest honors and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Alison C. Addison Pound, Jr., H. refrigerator -
from Atlanta-Southern Dental College Mrs. H. C. Wan Mr. and Mrs. W. II. and M. M. Parrish, Jr., Yancey Also have nice, corn peas, tomatoes, celery and .

i In 1923. He was president of M. Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harris, Durant Ashmore and Russell Bell Pepper o -
and student council In his Knight Mr. Mrs. A. WIlliams Jones.
his class and J. -Gainesville Dally Sun,
senior year lie H:' a member of of Alacliua and Mrs. W. J. Aug. 6th.BUFFET. 7 percent Bright"C.,., :.S. Meal, per 100 lbs. $1.60 SayitwithFlovgl I
: Omrlcon' Kappa Upsilon honorary Epperson, Jr., of Jacksonville. '" 'ii. For sale bySmith's

IS ,. fraternity and at present Is con- e srrrEK FOR Best Shorts; while sacks --______ $1.50 .. .
S nected with the Board of Commissioners MISS \TTHEUS ENTERTAINED WEDDING PARTY T All I Ii

I of State Institutions and "'! ''AT CLVIUIOUSE No. 2 {Whiie'ciipped{ Oats ____________ $1J5 Flowers For
holds a commission of first lieu- -- Miss Madge'Mlddleton and Miss Service .I

tenant In the Dental Officers Reserve The Woman's Club of ,Starkeprovided" Hazel Middleton were hostesses ata ,Scratch fefd - --_-------- ______+...... $2.00 OccasionsGERTRUDE --
9 Corps, of the U. S. army.. the setting! Friday afternoon buffet supper Tuesday evening at -

n Immediately following the ceremony for one of the loveliest of the their home in honor of the McLen- 8 Ibs. Home'Ground Meal u____________ 20c StationStarke CODVEf
a reception was held at
home of the! bride's parents for out- Florence Matthews, when Mrs. D. The living room, sun parlor and Home owned and operated store. Patronize us ANDERSOS
of-town guests and those connected E. Knight and Mrs. J. C. Robinson dining room were decorated with
x and keep at home. Fla. f'J
with the wedding activities and entertained with a miscellaneous a profusion of garden flowers. your money Phone 39 Waldo
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I nsasasa sasac saosao sasasrcas sao s ,I King Mrs. G. H. Bennett Ja Ja their home (In Macon Ga, Wed- do not lend themselves so other those interested In quail though some things can be '
nesday. readily to control, and must be should make a, point of followng foreseen and corrected where people
g Bits of accepted as largely Inevitable.The the history bf' as many nests as are !sufficiently! interested. For
Rev. and Mrs. :M. C. Stith and most pitiable'and one of the can be located, to check up on this instance; whea carrying on necessary -
[ugust Cleanup ,'] family left Thursday for Jacksonville most serious causes oT quail destruction matter. Whether present ant burning In late winter to keep
where Rev. Stith will assume : encountered during the abundance has any relation to the the ground growth open and in &
'J IDcal Nevis'- his duties as pastor o{ Brentwood field work of the CooperativeQuail heat and drought Is uncertain, for proper condition for quail, grassy 1''
SALE Baptist church. Investigation Is caused by our Ignorance of such matters Is spots are often skipped In wet depressions .
small red ants known as "thief profound later dry out and become
Concerning Our People Business and lira W. B,:Cochrane and son ants" (scientifically as Solenopsla White there Is no known methodof natural traps for such,quail
Progress of the County and Town.. Billy after a visit here with their molesta), which occur In tremendous combatting ants successfullyover I as may attempt to nest In them. r
cousins, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and numbers in open broom sedge learge areas of land, some 'The remedy is, of course, to burn
Mrs. T. T. Long left Sunday for fields or fallow lands, the best typeof quail can be saved In heavily Infested over or otherwise destroy nesting

"'" ""' ''''.''..=....''.''.''.=.....C'I'. '''.''.=.....III.'...=...C'I....=.....III.' =III' -=C'IC'I''I--''-::':>======P'"I=__=...=..... =_c'I' _m their home, in Thomaavllle, Ga. quail nesting: grounds. Unfor- areas by treating all the cover in' areas subject to flood
tunately also, the ants are usually ant hills within fifty feet or so of meanwhile maintaining plenty of
\VEAlUEK REPORT 'I'' "Shoes"<< cheaper than they have Mr. A. D. Gait and Dr D. C. most numerous along paths, roads such quail nests as can be found. suitable nesting cover on the up 7,'
ever been priced before, In the Forehand of Albany Ga., and Mrs.T. and around field borders where the Kerosene, carbon dlsulphlde (a lands.
Compiled by Starke branch U. world at Stump's Sale which starts S. Jackson of Baconton. Ga., majoritw of quail nest. highly explosive chemical that Among miscellaneous causes of ,
S. Forestry Department.' I Friday the llth. spent the week-end at Kingsley should only be used with extreme quail destruction of minor Importance
While ants invade nests
Week ending Aug. 12, 1931. Lake with their families. I quail be mentioned .
during the absences of the-'owner, caution), or such commercial preparations may fast travelling
Mrs. H. S.
n Adkins of Miami,
Date Max.,., :Min. Precip. was and try to bite their way throughthe as Flea Compolmd Rosin automobiles), which cause the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Congressman R. A. Green and death of .
I sheila of the the-yare Oil squirted down the ant hole'swith some quail and many other
6 95: ,', 73 Epperson Wednesday. sister, Mrs. R., S. Johns of Lake eggs creatures
Aug. not known to be successful In this a long snouted oil can of the on our highways,wire :
Aug. 7 89 71 Butler returned Monday from: form, of attack, and upon return. type used by locomotive engineers, fences and similar man-made ob-
Aug. 8 92 74 .14 Mrs. Rowe Lafye of Jacksonville, Washington and Baltimore, where Ing to the nest the quail may devote has proven satisfactory In practice, structions of low visibility which
9 90 72 .62 is the guest of Mrs. P. E. Canova, they spent a week. birds strike
Aug. considerable time to picking although it is usually necessary to may In their flight y
Aug.; 10( 90 73 1.26 Jr. i oil and eating the ants, and will go over the ground several timesto (some quail are killed by, flying ?
11 86 72 .06 Mrs. J. R: cele who has been the ants full tilt into
Aug. keep the nest clear of them where make !sure! that no survive. white buildings which ?
& Aug. 12 90 71 .40 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee guest of Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and not too numerous.. Ocaalonally While few people will be In a position they apparently do not see) and a
iNT Total rainfall for week, '2.48 in. have returned home after spendinga Mrs. 'T T. Long left Sunday for bite and to save many quail by such multitude of other things which are
they an incubating
while at Kingsley Lake."Shoes" Baconton,'Ga..1 where she will vlldtbetor8"Yetnrnlng' annoy i
) PASS \ EUAUGAINS I ,' quail until the bird deserts the means, It is a great satisfaction to individually of small importance
Stump's Big Sale starts Friday to her home in nest, to set up) housekeeping in a save even ,one nestfull of the attractive but which take a considerable toll
UPJHSBHH morning. cheaper than they have Sherevport, La'. iI more comfortable location. The youngsters from such a In the aggregate.. The quail shot
ever' been' priced before In the main loss from these pests, how- horrible death. After witnessing by man In legltlmlte sport and the
Mr. L. D. VinIng was a business world at Stump's Sale which starts M. Luck of 'the state farih'* personnel -' ever, takes place just at the hatch the destruction by 'ants, of a possible losses from disease, endL
visitor in Jacksonville Monday. Friday. the 11th. returned last week from ing time when the young bird has hatching quail brood or two, many parasites will be discussed later.
Fashioned Hosiery his vacation spent In North Carolina "pipped" the shell and started the sportsmen and bird lovers will feel ------_eNOTICE
( Full Col.
and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
Mr. and Mrs. L .D. Green spent Tenessee and Kentcky. Mr. opening through which to Impelled to save as many of the
will be emerge. OF ASSESSMENT! !: U'
Land the guests of Mr. and '
in Jacksonville. Luck spent the two weeks touringthe Into this the ants quail In their vicinity from such a
Friday opening swarm
H. L.
Mrs.! Brownlee this week-end -
I /
three states and the l
49c and literally consume the poor fate as possible. Notice Is hereby given that the ,
Col. D. E. Knight attended courtIn I Dr. and Mrs. M.: B. Herlong and points of Interest, in each. chick alive and young quail are The weather during the breeding: tax assessor of the city of Starke,
Tampa Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood of Jacki. extremely tenacious to life at this months has of course a great deal Florida, has filed with the city .
I Mrs. George Livingston, Mrs E. stage of their Mr. with abundance. Severe
sonville were guests of Senator development. to do quail I clerk tax assessment roll for 1931. ;'
Fri O. Manser: and :Mrs. F. F. Carterof Luois B. such Is
Come to Stump's and Mrs. E. :M. Johns Sunday. Campbell and the writer heat and drought, as being All persons desiring to file complaints s
day morning. Tampa, at ended the McLendon- have encountered dozens of In- experienced over much of the or make requests for correction
SEAMLESS: SHEETS Mr. C. E. Johns and Mr. Pete :Matthews wedding and while here stances where this destruction of southeast at the present time will submit same in writing
81x99 Miss Florence Matthews and Brinson' of Baldwin and Hugh were the guests of Mrs. J. M. the baby quail was just taking (June-July), Iii causing a considerable 16 the tax assessor prior to August
Miss Madge .Middleton were' visitors spent Monday at Kingsley Lake Mitchell. place. A description of these ex- spoilage of quail eggs in exposed 18th, 1031, at which time the city'
69c in Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. with Senator and :Mrs. E. M. Johns. periences would not make pleasant nests in open fields, for these council wilt convene aa a board of off
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards Miss reading nor woul.d It be believedby eggs require moisture for the em- equalizers to examine said assess.
O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden of Lucille Edwards and Mrs E. C. the sentimental person with lit- bryo to develop normally. On the ment roll.Attest .
,_ d... ..... .u ." A. C. Durden and Mr. and Mrs. C. Tampa are the guests of their George ,motored to Jacksonville tle knowledge of natural processesbut other hand, torrential rains, may ; C. F. HOOVER.
..' ,,-- - C. Hoppe were In Jacksonville. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Sunday and spent the day with the firm conviction that all is wash dirt and mud onto eggs or C. A. FUTCH, Chairman.
HUOSE DRESSES Mrs. O. L. Beasley this week., Mrs. W. P. Hurst. Mrs. George beautiful In the lives of nature's I. break In the roof of nests, either City Clerk. 7313t.
Stump's Big Sale starts. Friday remained for a lunger visit. children. of which may cause desertion,

|Our Regular $1 Dresses morning. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of Comparatively little is yet known while very young chicks caught in Tampa -.. Hlllsborough avenue1' Ib
!, Tampa, left 'Tuesday for their Mr. and Mrs. H. c: Richard of about the general distribution of ditches, exenalve flats, or low lands to be paved from Nebraska to fryer
79cONYX Miss Hazel Oliver of Baldwin is home after several days visit here Palatka have been spending sev- "thief ants" and the factors that are frequently drowned. Hall may and 13th street from Michigan j;
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. eral weeks'at the Kelly cottage at govern their abundance. Some seasons break eggs or kill chicks, or the to 21st street. 7,
Andrews Jr. Kingsley Lake. Mr. Richard re- they are not numerous enoughto latter may perish scattered/ by Sarasota $175,000 appropriat. ,fed
I Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane and turned home Monday, while Mrs. cause serious losses among natural enemies. during wet cold for construction of local post office t"
Mr. and Mrs R. F. Demorest family returned to Gainesville Sun Richard remained In Starke for a 'hatching quail white during others nights. As. In to be expected, the building w

HOSIERY ,were! visitors In Jacksonville Tues day after spending a while at visit. they are BO excessively abundanton average season, or one a little drier Palmetto Florida Grapefruit ,;
Chiffon or'Service 'day. Kingsley Lake. > certain lands that few quail can than the average In this. latitude Canning Company will erect ware-. ti
Lora Miller, accompanied by her the most favorable for
leave the egg successfully. They proves quail house. ,
to Big Sale Friday grandparents. Col. and Mrs. J. L. reproduction, while wide departures Miami
89c Come Stump's seem to thrive on clay soils, or on Beach --- Construction
Mr. and Mrs. William Gibson, after
Frazee motored to
Ttfton, On., Sun
morning.Mrs. left sandy soils where their tunnels can from the normal are unfav- started on new building at Seventh ',
a short wedding trip Friday -
where she
day was met by her
tunnels orable In varying degree. street and
can penetrate the clay be Washington avenue to
E. M. Johns and Mrs. N. T., for their home in Red Springs, mother, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Jr. They neath. They are a serious menaceto Losses caused by the elements be new home of City Bank.
N.,C. will visit in Thomaston, Ga., before
Ritch spent Monday in Jackson- nesting quail this year In partsof
returning to their home in Rich- STEAM PRESSING COMPANY :
\RAYON FLAT CREPE ville. Mrs. L. Wyman and daughter, mond, Ga.Friends. '. Thomaavllle!\ Georgte-Tallahaa- J'
,. see, Florida, region and may be as J. Frank Thoman Prop. 't
Ruth, after spending several I \\ l'I ,
Grade !
Regular $1 Miss Edna Shaw visitorin fl
was a destructive over wide areas of.the
Gainesville recently, the guestof months in Boston Mass.,with relatives of Mrs. W. R. Wynn will southeast for all we know to the I P!one 52 C'o i1
89c Mrs: A.yE.:'Whltsock. returned home Sunday. regret to learn otthe death of her -- k
father, Capt. M. E: Slavish, last
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins ancon Sunday In arleaton, S. C. Mrs 1 Q
Get the Bargains at Stump'sSale. Jimmie, of Gainesville, spent Wynn has been In Charleston for
I the week-end with Judge and Mrs. the past two weeks with her father -
[ I A.,Z. Adkins of Kingsley Lake. and Is expected to ,return to SPECIALS-FRIDAY & SATURDAY AUG. 14& 15
.11E.\'S WORK Miss Selma .Whlte of Tampa I Is Starke Sunday. ,
Worth $1.50 a pair visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs-and daughter,
Mrs. W. -B. Mundy, Jr. I Betty, of Jacksonville spent sev- Mr. and Mrs. '.1. T. 'Moore of

98cWASH eral days this week with her sister, : Lawtey entertained a number of
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., Miss Selma TOP
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. i guests at dinner Friday evening, Grocery
White and Dorothy Sapp. spent July 21st. Among those present
last Friday Gainesville. Mr. Thomas Limbaugh returned I were, Mr. and Mrs; A. J. Griffis, If
-- to Lakeland Monday after a ten Mr. and Mrs. Horace May Mr and LOCATION BETWEEN HANK AND POSTOFFICE ''
CLOTHSThe Get the Bargains at Stump'sSale. day visit with his uncle and aunt,I Mrs. C. S. Laird, Wilson May,,Julian - -- -- 1

hOc kind Mr. and-Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Griff and Jean Laird. Tall Salmon 2 for 19c Potted baxwell- rainc-- ,

4c Mrs.. Ira of.Mack Jacksonville Wilson.Williamson. are and visitingMrs. children spending:Mr.Mr.and and a Mrs.while Mrs.Junius at H.the C.Weeks Smith Wall cot-and are weeks Mrs.home Wilmer In Friday Lakeland Hvltzendorf after and spending Daytona returned two- Sugar, l 10 lbs 49c Meats, 3 for 9c Coffee, lb. - 29c '

tage on Klngsley: Lake. Beach. She was accompanied: home -
Mrs.' J. M. Brownlee and son, I by her sister .Atu;*. W. O. Gragan Great .Northern Best Grade White 2 lb. Jar Pure,Apple,
Milton, Jr.. spent Thursday in Mr. and Mrs.:W. J. Epperson, Jr., I and'chlldren 'of"Atlanta, Ga., who
WINDOW SHADES Gainesville with Mrs. A. V. Long. of Jacksonville, spent the week- .spent the,week-end, here.
White'or Cream end at Kingsley Lake with Mr. Beans 3 Ibs.19c Bacon lb. 9 3-4c Jelly - - - 29c f''
Best Bargains ever advertised aStuntr's and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. C. tB, Laird enter- ,

Sale. tained the following with a fish,fry -- .. .. ---,. - .. ---, --- ---, .. -- - .. .
39c Mr. and Mrs P. E. Canova. Jr., and chicken supper at their Kings- The Best Grits or Compound2lb.JarAsst.\ r'
Dr. and Mrs.' J. E. Manes of and son, spent Sunday at,Jackson \toy Lake home Friday evening; :Mr. f
Lake Butler, were :guests of Col villa Beach with Air. and Mrs. L. and Mrs H. D. May, Roscoe and
and Mrs. D. E..Knight Monday.Dr. S. Young. Wilson May, Mr. and JAn. W. E. Meal, 8 lbs. -19c Lard, 2 lbs. -19c Preserves 29c, '
Toro HEMMED: : DIAPERS and :Mrs. B. S Carrol of Day- : "-""-- _n_. --- -. --- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy will Miss Hazel Oliver, of Baldwin, Mr. Whole --- ---
27x27 inch tona Beach came 'up Wednesday leave Sunday for Laurena, S. C. and Mra. Bumgarner,'Mr. and Mrs.J. Grain Kraft 5c Boxes
for McLendon-Matthews wedding. where they will be the guests ot T. Moore and sons. Jimmy and / '
98ca dozen friends and relatives tor two weeks., George Brown, Mr. and Mm.Gene Rice, 4 lbs. .19c Cheese, Ib. '- 19c Salt 3 for - 9c
Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daughter, Surrency, Louise and Woodrow __ ,
Louise,/spent Wednesday in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ward and Sorrency Mr. and Mrs F.M. Laird, Pan Gold __ E'
sonville. Irvin Haynes of Gainesville, spent Myrle, Mary and Jean Laird, Supt. smoked Sc Boxes
Thursday with Mrs. Ward's par A. J. and Julian Griffin.MISCELLANEOUS' S9clSausage;: 9&
Flour lbs. lb.
MEN'S SHIRTS Stump's Best Bargain Sale. ever advertised at ents. Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Shaw.- CAUSES OF 24 -19c Matches, 3 for

Blue, Tan and White Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr., Mrs OK QlMIl LOSS - -
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Mrs. C. G.. Arendell of St. Au- N. D. Wainwright Jr., and Mr. E. ,' .Baby Lima All Weal !Oc Hare SweetBeans
49c gustine, Is the guest of Dr. and 4.( Wainwright were vlsJtors In In the three preceding articles

Mrs..O. L. Haynes. Gainesville r Tuesday. . oC'.thL"birds Serbia, mammals Vrp-yttsOuitaed and reptiles predatory 4 1bs. 29c Meiners, lb. -19 Soap, 6 for -19c) w

Mr. H. A. Carter of DeFimlak Mrs. J. W. White And MUs Cas as enemies of qubll' and suggested - ..--- -- - .. "
Springs, is the guest of Mr. and sie White spent Wednesday of las means of reducing the numbers of Black Eyed Luncheon Beautiful ---- - ----- -
5150: IIANOVER Mrs. C. Ar Knight.Mr. week In Alachua with :Mr. and Mrs the most destructlve'as a measureof I

SHIRTS on Sale C. C. Shepard returned to L. C. Ray.Edward where quail the preservation game birds ,are on desired land Peas, 4 lbs. 19c Meat, Ibs. - 19c Bananas 31bs 9c

his home in Hilliard Wednesday Marshburn has returnedto In sporting abundance. In.thls ar-
98c after a visit here with relatives. : his home In :Marlanna after a ticle we win ,discuss: a few addt- \ No. 1 White -
visit here with his .
aunt. Mrs. Geo

C. White. Beans,4Ibs.29cBBreakfast! Ibs. - 29c/Potatoes lb. 19c

PENT Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Yelvingtonof rAtl
ARROW SHIRTS Hastings, will spend> this'week ; Pure Rio Ground We Dress Them Sweet

I..i.FRIENDLY. DOUGLAS FIVE SHOES 'SALE COLUMNFOR -Corner lot on 10th Judge end with and Mrs.Mrs.Yelvlngton's Geo. A. Gardiner.parents fORMS1PIEDUP Coffee f 2 Ibs. 29c Fryers, Ib. - 29c Potatoes Sib 19c

SHOES street, (road 48)) C. A. Futch. Col and Mrs. J. B. Hodges and '

ALL GO ON SALERrAiNS13ARGAINS its.LOST. son. Joe. of Lake City were guests Oct: or P&G Powder or Jersey Lily, Pure Avocado
of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson
Rulova wrist watch, with Wednesday.Mrs. +K Soap 6 for 19c Butter Ib. 29c
initials "M. H. B." on back: of - Pears 3 for 19c
BARGAINS case. Reward for return to H. A. Stella Wiggins, Mrs. R. KFox ,

Bishop, Starke. It* and daughter Arlyne and Mrs. Cans--5 small or I Picnic'
nit Miss S. A. Wbeaton, who have been vial Celery..or.Lettuce
This Sale Pears for Sale- rI-r jL. Milk 3 tall] 19c Rams lb. 1
TARTS SATURDAY PEARS ARE NOW READY FORcookl.og' ,;r - 19c : 2for 29c

canning and preserving. Taught ..
AUGUST Dancing -
15th SI.00 per bushel at farm near Oversea All Brands-1-2 pt. .
' All Ballroom tango, tap etc. Special -|
ERNBERG'SStarke Hellbronn Springs.In town can phone l Summer rate Enroll now. G. Juice LEMONS 5 for -- .
,desiring pears
pt--19c Mayonnaise 19c
order to 102 and I will deliver For appointment phone S104 Your Bus inea ONIONS, ;Ibs.CGVST : l lrtji
Walnwright.: -
same price. N. D. GAL ESVlLLE.. FLA. ld
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EGG CONTEST BIRDS back a bit. however, when scored -- -=R
huh x1ll : Dmcrlptlo .... T It. A. ,
Lots 1 3 or EH of BIle 33 L. 4
t . FARM NEWS SECTION AND ANTS IN SEEDBEDS GROW PULLETS CHEAP Lot T. 3R1k32L.T.&C0.'s A Co'. SuVDivision _.28 6 22 Lillie Sander,.

Gainesville Fla Truckers Fla.-With a 60 percentlay Sub Division - ________28 1 IIWalt.r
'i Cross City F .-It paid R. W Lot 1 A 8 or EH Blk 23 L. Gumming.
a -- should consider root-knot and antsas during ,July the 580 birds in T. A Co.'s Sub. Dtv ___.28 6 22a _u Bam Tyson
i Davies, poultry farmer near here, Lot 1 A 2 or EWJBlk 24
h, Conducted TBy pests when they are making up the fifth Florida National Egg to conduct' a demonstration 'wit L. T. A Co.'* Sub Dlv ____28 23 Sam TyiBlr 1

} t { i I* T. DYER, County Agent their seedbeds for fall crops J. R. Laying Contest here have Just carried County Agent D. M. Treadwell. lie Lot L. T.S A A Co.'s 4 or Sub W4 Dlv BIle;_34 28 6 22 Lulu :

Watson. entomologist at the FlorIda their assault at records thru brooded and raised 500 chicks, and Duhart
dzttai MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration AgentAgriculture Bike 37 & 88 Li; T, A Co.'sBub
{ f ) Experiment Station, recently the tenth month. According to reports when they were 12 weeks old the Division - ________28EH 6 22 'A. 0 Jenltlnii i h
L just released by E. F. Stan- Blk 40 L. T. 80, Co.'s
stated. records showed they had cort just Sub Division _______-28 6 23 -, Billy t
Farm Tour Proves Root-knot is a disease caused by ton, supervisor, the best entry for 311-2 cents each. At that age 263 Lnt. 1 4 Blk 41 L. T. A Co.'s Brown __

; Of minute' worms which live on the July was owned by W. A. Seldel, cockerels were sold at 47 cent I. Bub Division------28. 6 23 James E. _
Lots 1 2 Blk Franklin
I Valuable FeatureAt 42 L. T. A Co.'sSub ,
+ !' roots of many of the vegetablesand San Antonio, Texas. The 10 bird each, Subtracting the net profit: Division _ _____28 6 22 John ,

Farmers' Week truck crops commonly grownIn layed 241 eggs for 247.85 points. the cockerels; the pullets cost I Lot S Blk 42 I. T. A---'. Williams .
on Sub Division ____....28EH
I Julius
Florida. These worms, called Second for the month goes to one him less tahn 30 cents each. Butler
Will Be .
Future Blk 43 L. T. A Co.'s -_
Gainesville, Fla.-A completetour nematodes, will bore Into the root of the Plnebreeze Poultry Farm entries Sub Division __ ______28 6 22 Lura
and secrete a poison which causes from Callahan, Florida, with Lot 3 Blk 43 L. T. A Co.'s Whltmore
of the College of Agricultureand 246.2 for 239 This is BUY ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Sub Division - _______28 0 22 -, Hoover ""
; Experiment Station farms the root to swell, and the plants to points eggs. Blk 44 1. T. A Co.'* Sub ; Bros - .

j. More Scientific proved a valuable feature at the turn yellow and die. Young plantsare the first time in eight months that Division - -_________28 6 23 A. O. Jenkins
Fla. of hard NV4 Blk 45 L. T. A Co.'s
'Farm- more susceptible and should Plnebreeze did not take first. The Tampa, -Regardless
of the 10th annual
opening Sub Division _'_ 28 '6 22 .
----- H.
{I11 era' and Fruit Growers' Week here : be given a free start In the seed month's high bird was owned by times, women In the western partof Lot 4Elk46LT&Co.'s O. Plgford _
I Marshall Alabama Hillsborough county are Install Division ______28 6 22
Farms Mobile, Slot - Livingston
Monday August 10. After the address bed.Newly 2 Blk 48 L. T,A Co.'. Truby A. c .
4 (By Spuds Johnson.) Plnebreeze bird 1-4 Ing eelctrlc, equipment reports Q, .
I of welcome by Dr. John J. cleared land is practically with a point Sub Dlvlalon - _--------- 6 22 Jim
# I'' always free of nematodes bat behind. Miss Allle Lee Rush home demonstration Lots 6 6 Blk C, N. J. Jones English
Tigert president of the University
Sometimes changes take place Addition
- ---------i28 8 22 A.
farmers and home makers from sandy land which has been plantedto During the 10 months the Leg- agent. Recently five elec Lot. 3 4 Blk.l Temples Addition JC Carantias .. ,
11 around us, and we do not see them. horns have 185.8 trio refrigerators, five electric ___ -
practically New practices may be adopted The Rhode Island Reds have 166.7 stoves, and one electric washing Lots 1 2 Blk 2 Teme.//
nearly always Infested. Truckers
state the afternoon the
spent on dition ..
- -_ -________2g 8 23 D. E
1 ; v gradually, and attract very little tour. who have an overhead Irrigation eggs to their credit, and,the Bar machine were Installed by home Lot 3 Blk.2 Temple Ad- Knight '-l

; ', attention. However, I believe that The station's modern refrigeration system can destroy nematodes on red Rocks have averaged 160.8 demonstration women. Lot dltlon 4 6 Blk- 2--Temple-------__Ad___28 8 22 Mrs. Cella Carter

II p most of us are acquainted more or plant, fumigation outfit, hay their old beds by plowing the land eggs.A dition _'- -----______28' 8 22 D. E.,Knight -r I
less with the fact that changes, and and applying 600 of sodium Plnebreeze leads the con Plant City New dining room Lots 1234 Blk 3 Temples -
P occurred and drying machine, sanitary dairy pounds pen In Addition _ _________..s 22 T>. .,., .._,_. .
+ Important ones, have cyanide dissolved in water test to date with 2,205'points for completed Jail yard. ---- ----- -- "'nlKnt
barn beef and, hog herds, plant introduction Fracl Blk 8 Temples Addition -

it I Are taking place In agriculture.Part gardens, horticultural wetting it down, and then wetting 2,108 eggs. A Seidel pen stands - -------_.28 6 23 C. L. Peek _
1 S of a letter from Mr. J. C. down 900 pounds of ammonium next with 2,070 points for 2,0004 Lots 3 4 S Blk 7 Temples
and of the
grounds experiments -
many Addition
I _____28 87 _
Penney, Sr., head of the Penney- and the by A. J. O'Don- - ----- 6 C. L. Peek :
with crops, livestock, and sulphate. Hydrocyanic-acid gas eggs, entry COFFINS & CASKETS Lot. 6 7 Blk 7 Temples Ad-
'. 51+ Gwlnn Corporation and one of the,. will be formed ovan Katonah New York Is third _28 < _
and 23
horticultural plantings were persons should loins ------- E. W HayesD.
In lot'60s
And Fun Line ofUndertakers'
all lots
.f,.I 7j i known merchants in the country -
best among the places visited. Twenty- leave the seedbed at once. This with 2,063 points for 2,139 eggs. 8 7 Blk B Temples Addition -

shows Mr. Penney's keen Insight seven stops were made and at each treatment la rather expensive, but Pinebreeze owns the leading bird Supplies Fracl --_____Ad:28 *a E Knight iN i-
.t ;: i into present agricultural conditions It leaves the soil rich in to date with 266.5 points for 260 Blk 10 A Temples
stop specialists explained what the nitrogen; dltlon i _____.__-___28 6 III'- C. L.
:al; E, and puts into words; the experiments were showing. thus phosphoric acid and potash eggs. Two Seidel birds stand next AUTOMOBILE HEARSBAlwar Lots I234S671314: Peek __ _

,:{ ;ti thougha about agriculture becoming Tuesday morning the men divid- only need be added for fertilizer. with 265.9 points for 254 eggs, and .. a.... The be.l Lots Temples 11 12 Blk Addition 11 Temples- ---28 8 34 M. n. Llddon Eat li

; ; more scientific. Here Is the ed into citrus, truck crops, live- Seed may be planted in 10 days af- 25C.4: points for 242 eggs respect. .rrfc* at th. lowest pries*. Addition _ _________ _28 B 22 :Mrs. p E.
quotation from Mr. Penney: ter the treatment. On stiff ively. S.ecUl attratlosi t* tlarra Blk 13 A lots 8 9 10 11 12 IS Bailey ._
stock and general crops, and poultry very
14 Blk 14
.t'i interested In the rderaHBGHTBIUCD Temples Addition -
"We who are groups. During the week spe- soil more chemicals should be used Two other Florida entries well in _ -___________28 B 22 C L. Peek __
4 future of agriculture are asking cial small fruits forestry; while on very sandy types a smaller the race are those of Gilbert's : BHBAL-f-m Lots 3 Blk 18 Temples'Ad- 8

11 ourselves the question: Is agriculture pecan, dltlon _ --_________28 B 29 J. O. Prevatt _
beekeeping, and ornamental programs -i amount will suffice. Chipley Hatchery Chipley and D. DEWITT C. JONES Lots 1 3 2 Blk 22 Temples i i

9 ; to be Industrialized? Will the M. Bull LaBelle whose have Addition _ .. ____
;f r are spending the mornings I Growing velvet beans or Crota- pens ITARME.PLORIDA ___28 B 23 J. W. Edwards _

;f ' farms of the future .be operated on In a general session, and In the afternoons larla will destroy nematodes, but layed the second and third highest Lot. 11 1 i 13 Blk S3 ,Temples
t a huge scale or not? Whatever the Addition _ -____.28 6 23 C. L. Peek _
dividing into groups to several months will be required. number of eggs to date.,They drop Lot 1 K11* T.mnl_. A". _._

; e : + answer, this one thing Is certain: study gardening and food conserva- Ants cause a loss by carrying off dltlon --_-:: __::.::::_: : :_: :28 6 22 J. L. Peek _ _
1,. 1 1' Farming like business, Is rapidly NOTICE) Lots 2 3 4 Bile 23 Temple's _
i :, lon, home Improvement, nutrition, the seed before they sprout. Thosein Notice Is hereby given that the following, described. lands will be''' sold Addition _ ----____28 8 22 T. R. L. Daugherty
i being reduced to a highly scientific clothing, bakestry rug making, the bed will be killed with by- at public': auction I on the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER. 1931, It being Lot 5 Blk 23 Temples Ad ._

. basis. The future farmer, as the acid the 7th day of said month, before the Courthouse Door at Stark* In Bradford dition --- __ Henrv a. Mason .._ _.
drocyanic- gas, and all ant bills - __ +
to [ and weaving.Five county State of Florida, or so much thereof a. will be necessary Lots 8 B 10 -1 11r 13 Bi_ Ii
future business man, Is going associations are meeting within 50 feet of the seedbed should to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the .same, together with the 'Temples Addition _ --.28 6 23 C. L. Peek _
p 4i t ;.' have to be more efficient. He who during the week. They are the be treated with sodium cyanide, to cost of such sale and advertising; C, A. FLITCH Tax: Collector. Lots Addition 13 14 Blk 23 Temples _

more and better crops -------------g 6 22 Lola Peek Ferryman .
can produce State Dairymen's Association, form the gas. Simply punch a hole Txe Lot 2 Blk 24 Temples Ad _

at less cost Is the man who will State Beekeepers' Association, In the cebter of the ant bill and Derlpel.D ..e. T. R. A. Owner A. Costs. Lots dition '_ ---_________28 6 22 W R. Crosby h_ _
a and If In .J1. ? 8 Blk Temples
sufficiently '
succeed who
; State Council of Senior Homedemonstration pour in 1-4 pint cyanide solution. Com 100 feV of NE cor of Addition _ _________28 6 22 ...." Mrs Fronle demons '
large numbers, will lift agricultureout Go over the ground in a few W"" of NWVi of SEV "t Lot 11 Bile 27 Temples Ad. _
Workers State Baby daysto
of Its present situation." I NEi & run S 245 ft W dition _' -" ---______28 6 22 B. A Thomas
Chick Association and Lake catch any new nests. This solution I. 100 ft N 245 ft E 100 to Lots 4587 Blk 27 Temples _
What Mr. Penney says la true. beg 28 6 22 Essie Short ____ C.ll Addition _ _
County Poulty Association. should not come in contact'with - ---_ _____28 6 II-C. L. Peek _ _
All NWVi of 8EJK S of Call
} We must take advantage of All Blk 29 ex lot 14 Peek's

opportunity to keep ourselves every up- Aside from the farm tours, dem- the roots of valuable plants. Com Ot. on- _N- m line* ___of___NW__. _>4___of_28 6 23 E. D. Card _____________ 4S.38 Addition _._ ._________28 6 22. C. L. & J. L. Peek _
onstrations and entertainment All Blk 80 (IS
lots) Peek's
HEV4 on E side Church St. ,
to-date in farming, and we must
features many successful farmers run S on said Addition _ --________28 8 II-C. L. A J. L. Peek 1
certainly give our children every TREAT BROWN-PATCH ON B 1 210 ft N 176 ft\6If! All Hlk 31 (4 lots) Peek's) .r

t chance to learn the kinks of the and farm women are telling their LAWN OK GOLF GRASSES ft to beer -M- -28 6 22 K. H. Smith ______._____ 16.04 All Addition Blk 33 _(IS_ _lots_____-____28 8 22 C. L. A J. L. reek __
: experiences, and over 100 speclal- 3AInNW cor of Nyaof? ) Peek's
business In the best way. We must lets are on the program. The final WITH CALOMEL MIXTURE MWV4 of NWU ________28 6 22 Oeo. H. Weller ______ (..11D. All Addition Blk 33 -(14- _lots_-)--Peek's------28 6 23 C. L. A J. L Peek _.-1 I
keep up with the procession, or wet 1 3 B 7 131k9Orig
address will be given at noon Fri Town _ __28 6 22 Addition 28 6 22 C..L. A J. L Peek ._
will find ourselves continually losing 14. Gainesville, Fla.-Brown patches Lots 5 7-Blk It-Original C. Jones .___________ 14.14 Lotn33454488101917 .l I

money, and eventually getting day August on lawn and golf grasses are caused Town _ __._____28 6 23 J. C. Hunt ___________ 40.91 Lot.14 or Blk 34 Peek's add -2J! 6 22 C, 1. A J. L Peek .I
1 2
Com II l-. ft W of SB cor 7 10 Blk 25 -
r out of farming. by fungi, and can be controlledby of lot 7 Blk 17 & run N Peek's Addition _ _____28 6 aa C. L. A J. L. Peek _
I proper management and the application 106 ft W 80 1-1 ft S 106 ft Lots 8 4 B B 8 Blk 25 Peek's

WRUF FARM PROGRAM of a calomel mlvtura according to Call St E SO 1-3 It to i Addition . --____..f.__t 6 ,12 F, L. Turner ...- .
I beg Original Town ___28 6 23 :Mrs. P, O. Maddox: ______ S5.20 Lot 9 Blk 85 Peek's Addi
t' The Voice .( to an announcement Just Com at NW Cor Call & tion _ '12.
DNTS TO HOUSEWIVES ------ Mamie M. Ostrue _
J1orlcJa".I Walnut streets run W Lots 7.11 ,6
made by Di. Geo. F. Weber, associate Peeks W
on Call street 149>> ft t In. Blk SR Addition __
28 e III-C.
6 4 L. A J. L. peek. ..
plant with theFlorida
to .
a pt of beat, thence N Fracl lots of Elks A A B
Weekly from Home Demonstra- Gainesville, Fla. With epecIal.lets Experiment Station. 105 ft W II ft S 106 ft Peek's Addition _ -__28 8 U C. L. A J. L. Peek _

ttoa Specialist,'TaHa-iasse I discussing farm problems each At first, spots on the grass will On.E K house ft to..beg lot_In_Blk 18 28 t 22 D. B. Knight ___________ 20.69's I Addition 23 12 Blk B Ris '

I : day, next week'a series of Florida look as though they had been scalded known an Starke House I Lots 4 4 9 11 Blk B-------2 Rising's $ 6 22 Mrs. Cella Carter _

Farm Hour radio has bounded N by Call .t W Addition - ___28 6 22 ._
PUDDING RECIPES programs These spots will soon enlargean by C. L Peek B by Rivera Lots II 10 Blk B---Risin'---- '. Hoover Bros. _
just been announced by the University turn brown. In & ID by lot of J. B.
early morning Addition _ _____
-- -28 6 23 D. C. Jones ...
Futch _ _____________28
Bread Pudding of Florida Agricultural Extension before the dew has disappeared 8 22 _>. E. Knight __ __ _-_,._-, (5.60 Lots 7 8 Blk B Rising's Addition
Service and state radio eta webs Residence lot on W side Blk - - _______28 6 22 ._
somewhat like spider webs, -- John A. Curtis .
I' Into a well buttered baking dish 18 bounded N by Call St Lot. 1 i Blk C Rising's Addition -

j., put layers of buttered slices of Jon WRUF. These programs will 1 may be seen on the grass blades. E Rivers Starke S House & W. J -' - -------"_jg 6 82 J. C. Poppell __
be broadcast from 12 to 12:45: p. the by MadisonSt Lots 3 4 5 9 Blk C lsin's
During growing period numerous -
'dried I
with W
bread, and sprinkle over by Court 8t ex: lots Addition
raisins. Cover with a custard m. eastern standard time. The tan to 'dark brown bodies, In NW cor sold to J. R. Lots 10 11 ij------------2 13 14 Blk C $ 6, 23 L. Morgan - -

0 made as follows: To, 2 slightly program follows: about an eighth Inch in diameter, A Davis ex: lot A Lone sold to A Clara Richard L A"Rising'Blk. OHIJKLRI-Addition _ -28 6 22 John A. Curtis _-

beaten add 4. Sat., Aug. 15 Florida Farm are formed. They drop to the e --- 8 83e C. L. Peek _ ing's Addition
eggs tablespoons supand W ai tt lots--- --iill __.__ 92.10 ---____28 6 32 Oeo. H. Weller -I
News and Hltns. U. S. Farm. Science ground and serve to propagate the 4 Lot 1 I 8 6 7 Blk 1 Wynn' ;
1-8 vanlllia and mix
teaspoon _.
orlar town ?- -----28 6 22 Bradford County Bank .. Addition _____ ,
Snapshots. 288 110 - _2A 6 .
fungi. a 2lC ft of ---- 22 R, F. Demorest __
with 2 cups of milk. Set dish in a WU, lots 2 4 Blk Lot 4 Blk ,1 Wynn's .
Addition -
Mon., Aug. 17 Supplementary There are two kinds of brown 19 Original Town _____28 8 22 D. C. Jones ___
r, pan of hot water. Bake In a moderate Lot a ex: N 10t_ ft of Bile 20 _-- U.10 ---------------3$ 6 22 W E. Daugherty ,_

oven until custard is firm and Feeds for Gracing Hogs-Dr. A. 1* patch, which are differentiated primarily Original Town _..__-28Lots 6 22 Bonita I., Jones ___ Addition 1-J.9 10 BIk 1 Wynn'.
__ __
36.45 _
- j. 28 t 22 ,_
-- R. F. Demorest
Shealy. Farm Reporter at Wash by the size of the affectedarea. 1 8 Bile 22 Original Lot 4 Blk 2
well browned. A cake Addl.
may Town __..________28
- 6 22 D. C. Jones _______ tlon __
be made by using dried cookies or Ington. Large brown patch which Lot. 2 Blk 27 Original ___ 18.60 - -- --_______28 6 23 ._ Marie Laxon _

Tues., Aug. 18 Insects of Asparagus may appear as overnight and affect own _ --_._______2S 6 22 Unknown _ Fracl lot. B A F BIle 3 -
cake Instead of bread _
,. Ferns Dr. J. W. E Wilson
Poor Man's Pudding areas several feet In diameter, Is riginal Town _ __2S" 6 22 O. C. Sweat Sisters Com on B side Walnut St
Take 6 of whole milk 1-2 Farm Question Box. most common on St. Augustine and Lot 5 4 6& WM lots 1 8 6en -- 7.89, at n- cor Baptist par
cups Wed 19 ; 70x7 ft In NW cor _28 6 22 0 C. ft I lot A run B 210 ft
S .
Aug. Maintaining :
Bermuda lawns. Small brown 45.88 N 70 f
t W
teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon salt Bee 80 ft 8 of NE cor of ---- 110 ft to Wal.
Lawns In Florida-Geo. 18. Ritchey color and the spots will Bile 2* a. xtnded onEnsey' nut St thence S on said St
1.2 rice 1-2 and vary
cup cup sugar 1-2 to beg ___ __ _____ __ 0
Primer for Town Farmers. around two to four map & run 8 >1 ? 28 < 23 D. E. Knight -
cup raisins Put all together In a : Inches In dia ft W 80 ft N 91 ft K 80 It One lot of land bounded B

buttered pan In a moderate oven Thurs. Aug. 20 Salt Sick. Its : meter. This type Is more' common to beg ..-_____--28 6 23 A. W Anderson _____ 28.29Lot by Temp Ave S by Pratt
Cause and Prevention-Dr. R.B. : Beg80 ft 8 of NE cor of s.t W by Sanderson
on the fine of Lan
4 grasses golf
Stir greens.Shade
frequently at first and then : Hlk 29 a. extended on N by land of N. T. Rltch _
t;) occasionally. Bake 2 hours The Becker. The Place of Sheep on and damp conditions are Knsey'a map & run S 91 ex; 1 lot 100 It square In28 6 23E.. W. Hayes .-- "
Florida Farms-C. H. WUloughby. favorable to the disease and when ft W 80 ft N 91 ft B 80 It at3 oof _ _ ,
pudding should be creamy and i is beg (1929 taxis) _28 8 22 A. One lot of land bounded i
Fri. Lot W. Anderson ______
better served hot than cold. Aug. 21-Crop Improvement possible be done in the morning : 2 Elk 22 J. S3. Johns 19.110 by Blk 81 original Town

Chocolate St.udleFred H. Hull. Farm rather than evening on affected Addition -_-28Lots 6 23 :Mary B. Moloney E&Bbylty& W by
Corn Starch Pudding 7,68 '
Reporter at Washington. 6 6 BUt 32 J. M. John. :--- Tompson St --------3' $ 8 22 R. M. Sparkman -.-I I'
'c.. Ingredients: 2 cups milk, 1-2 cup I areas. The small type should be Lo1dft onll-7-Bik-i -_,-28 6 23 R. M. Sparkman ______ 4.32 One lot 105 ft niIn SD cor .

sugar, 8 tablespoons corn starch, : treated with 3 ounces of powdered J. M.: of SWA of 8WK _____23 8 22 E. W. Drlggeri . .
NEGROFARMING Johns' Addition _28 622 John R. One lot 6-V, ft by 106 ft In
1 1.2 squares chocolate, 1-2 teaspoon PROGRESS OF calomel mixed In 0 to 8 quarts of Lot 8 Blk 34 J. ii:. Johns McKInley ___ 48.85 NE cor of lot living, 220 ft '

e salt, and 1.2 teaspoon vanilla. BEING SHOWN dry sand. This should be sprinkledover Addition -28 < 23 O. :M. Inman .. 27.17 S of Madlnnn st & bound
Lots 8 8 Blk 36 J. M. Johns -------;- ed N by Edwards
Mix the sugar, starch, and salt DURING AMERICAN FAIR about 1,000 square feet of ...__..28 8 23 SandefB B by
ollk: - -- -- A. W.-Anderson _. ___ 20.89 St - -__-___.5 23 Henry O. Mason
and make Into thin, smooth, paste grass, followed with a thorough Lots 1 2 27 J. M.: Johns I .. n"lf at NW cor Bav & 1I.r.....
_ - -
Addition 28 a tt: r.. ..T, ______ __ u Icon litA run N 105
with a little milk Add to heated I Tallahassee, Fla.-A booth show- watering. For the large type use 4 5 Blk 1 L. T. & Co.'. - .v. - ---, W 330 ft to Broadway. St ft

"' milk In top of double boiler Add Ing the progress of negro farmingin the same method except mix 2 Addition _ _____.-8 8. 23 J. W. Edwards _____ 18.80 3 on said St 105 ft to " 'j
of calomel Lot 7 Blk 1 L. T. & Co.'s Madlnon St .
chocolate. ounces and 1 ounce of on
melted Stir to prevent Florida Is providing an Interest bichloride Addition ___.._,____23 8 23 C. I. Peek ______ said St 303 ft to begE ___28 8 21 Mrs. Josephine Edward j M
lumps, and cook for 20 minutes. ing part ofthe state departmentof mercury with the sand, Lot 6BIk5LTa.Ce.:. 8,43 Com ft W of NW ,-

1 i Add vanilla and pour into molds agriculture, exhibit at the Amer. using 6 quarts If the weather Is hot Addition _ ___-_____28Blks 8 23 a. w.. Snellgrove ____ 7.89 of (82J4' & Bay Sts & run cor
6 7 8 9 L. T. & Co.:. N 320 ft to land of A. '
which have been rinsed In cold watev. lean Fair In Atlantic City. The fair and humid. Addition ._______2S 8 23 C. L .Pe.k ____ Alvares thence W 121 L.ft S '
___ '
Chill and serve with 'creamor opened July 16 and will close August ,-* Lot II Hlk 14 L. T, Co.'. e 4,87 S 315 ft to Call St thence
Addition __ __ ____
. _28
,,8 23
- -, AnnIe : EonCall I 111 ft to ,
May heir
whipped cream. 26. During the 40-day period OUTLOOK SHOWS BRIGHT Lot IOB1k14L.T.&Co's Bennett ____ 111.03 also lot rtl land bounded "

Fluffy Chocolate Pudding more than "million visitors from POULTRY SITUATION Loll:iii 68789 0 n .81 lk.j-i'-L.':'T.-28 8 22 Verna Lamb \Johns ___ 15.03 Alvares K by Edwards W by N by A. L.

Proceed as under chocolate cornstarch all parts of the country are expect. Co.'s Addition *>?______28 6 22 Unknown _ t & 8 by Mrs. H Broadway ,y
Lot.547891011B1k _ ___ 114.20 1 ; um Ph ry ", i,
pudding with following Washington, D. C. The poultry Mr. Mitchell ------2* 6 22 W. M. Edwards -
ed.In 17 L. T & Co. Addition.23 6 23 One
change: Use 2 1-3 milk S tablespoons the booth It. F, D.morest ______ 111.03 lot of )land 282 ft N A .
cups staple farm products situation looks brighter according Lot. 8 7 Blk 18 L. T. & Co. *' S by 210 B

corn starch, 3 egg yolks, and home industries, along I to the summer outlook Just Issued I; Addition _ ________. .28 6 23 Mra. E. B. Bennett ___ 1.21 ed N by Vr ttsrot by
Lots s
9 10 11 Blk 19 L. X.A Sanderxon !
1 teaspoon vanilla, and the whitesof with explanatory charts and statistics by the U. S. Department of Agri- Co.'. Addition __-__28 8 13 Livingston ? One lot Lane _lag 6 22V. J. W. Harrell -
3 beaten. Fold lllks, 20 21 23 L. T, & Co.'s Truby'& Co.__ 1.85 fronting on Broad (
eggs stiffly lu are artistically displayed. 82 culture. July 1 the number of benson way St bounded
Addition _ _______28 8 23 N by old
egg whites last. varieties of different grains grownin farms In the United States was Lots 341678901111- C. I. Peek _ ________ 11.80 county Jail' a by land. M.

-" Florida, 182 varieties of forage 5 percent less than a year ago; tht Addition L. Johns lace.known___a._Kach.elhfar '

PLAJVT GARDEN, COU-PEAS crops and 36 varieties of hay are number of young chickens was 10 I Lots 1 3'13 of Blk 24 L. T'ft. 8 23 C. L. Peek ______ .31 Lots 1 II talk 2 I( city -Park----Y9' 8 221, ,Roby P. Jones

I exhibited. Many products made at percent less. Cold storage stockof I Lot.Co:. Addition - -----2" 8 23 :Unknown v7.89 Lot flub 4 Bik nl\'llIlon a City I Park_ ---,28 8 22 It. B. Wiggins
5910Bk25I.T. i uDivision
Tallahassee Fla. Farmers In home from palmetto reeds, corn poultry were about 40 percentless ('0'. Addition ___:28 8 ,23 Livingston I - -------_-28 8 23 Walter J. Redman
this section are paying unusual attention shucks, pine needles, wiregrass, !etc. than the same date a ; ago, Lot. 4 6 Hlk 27 L. T. e. Co.'. Truby &. Co II.U Lot 2 BIle 3 CUT Park Sub
year Addition ________28 Af -J Division
to fall gardens and 6 23 ; -- __98 _.
are shown and 25 percent below the average Starling _ __ 14.14 Lots II 9 BIk 8 ----- 23 E. W. Miller -
Lots 8 7 City
BIle; 2T L. T. Co.
cowpeas than ever before are being Charts show that in 20 counties for the last five years. Frozen egg Addition - -- _______*_28 1 23 S. .1. Lot Sub nlvlelon _ -Park'K. Ferryman,
planted for livestock feed,, having negro extension workers tocks' weer 2 percent below the Dlk ao ex, lot :3 I L. T. _b Co.'s __- 088 a }Ilk 4 City Park SDivision

G. C. Addition - -----,,----28 1 2:1: -,' C. L. ------------2$ 6 22 Frank A. Sweety
County Agent Hodge reports. and vocational teachers nearly 2,- but Peek 19
1930 mark above the flxe-year Lots 1 a 12 13 14 Illk 21 L. U,III LDowlinR' Addiction R. N.
000 farmers land I T. Co.'* Addition _____28 8 I 28 _
negro are owners average, since the quantity thus :2 C. L. Peek Lots 2D -- 8 23 R. F. Demorest -
.... so
: M 3.
w II 34 35
Pensacola -- Louisville & Naah- 14 Hlk 8 L. T. -. Co. SubDivision -- '88 88
and nearly 1,000 others are tenant stored has Increased l1Ik 8 It N'
rapidly during _________Ss 8 22 DowUnaAd-
- Rosa
vlllo Railroad Company started farming. These negroes cultivate recent years. Lia3EIk1Lots1&4141k Cox: _ _ __ 7,89 Ilk dltlon 1 .- _28' 8 23 ,_ H_ F. Demorest )
; $230,000 dredging contract to deep I SLot411111 It I* T. Co.'. aaskln's'AdTltfon' -_23Addition'.1 6 23 Edward Burns. -
over 100,000 acres. i The condition of crops on July 1 In
Sub Division __ __28 8 12 Everly' >
- Llvlna-ston .
_ : en channel along piers of their A A. Turner, negro district extension }: promised an abundance of feed. On Lot 3 Hlk T. A
a j1 a docks. agent Is in charge of the June 15 the relative price of chick Sub : I.U"t: ___.__2S 6 U E..le Short _ '.' 1.21 n'.1haV, acre Kg"?cor

!_ , } ). Sarasota -.- Public library opened booth which la the first of its WtDIk11LT.&Co.'s of SEa!\ of SEH leis e
+ ens was considerably above, and Hub Division : __ :: 28 6 II Ella It E 10
-- Matthews _ -
J ; In new quarters in former central kind to attract such attention at a that of eggs slightly above, the Lot 1 Hlk 13 L. T. & Co.'s ua 3! - ----_-aH < 22 Q. C. Sweat __
:I Sub Division _____::_38 acres In SBi' of SEV!
school building. national fair, of feds compared 1 U Epbram Thomas _ _ \ A
price with either Lots 1 2 Blk 18 E 33 ft I.U acre In NE14 of SE".
Tavares Florida Fern and Development -S - t last year or the five-year aver lots 1 4 BUt 16 lob 1 a known Place. ** the DUtch 6

Company leased their Plant City Work on road No. age for the period 1923-1927. and K X8 ft lots 34 Blk 3 - --------__29 6 22 II. A. Hooper -

plant to A, B. and H. R. Edmunds. 17 between this city and Polk coun 1*IIt.'nT., A c:::': Sub Dl bV7 ft7.7n* .bounded. E
.- _ .______. u 6 22 Annie Mack Coleman W H by Ry _
Fort Myers\. Repair work com- ty line progressing. :Miami Beach Jamison Shade AIM 14 LtiT. A Co.* Sub 17.72 line by 01 Stre.t&NbyN _
pleted on sanitary sewer .I ---------2$ 5 Ii Uvingaton 9 A.: SE14 or IIE\-U: 6 22 Bert Bogart _ _
emptyingInto Chlpley Star Service Cleaners Co. received $783 contract for 163 TrubT & Co. 1,114 In SW oo'r Ft( of
Lots II 4 Blk IT I_ T. *
Caloosabatchee river channel installed new equipment In their shade for .SEV4 W I A ot SE4! of
y Jackson Junior Co. Sub! Division' _-_23 6 II A. 0. Jenkins 8E4'
near Hanson street. cleaning plant. High School building Blnsks22&21LT.&Co.'s 2.114 2 A In -NW- -eot'- -of '..EVo22 632 Mrs. V, Torreulla
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-- Overdraft July I, 19311710::: 'i 21. Twp. '8 South Range 21 Eaat! -10 d'l'med according to law, tax deed Northeast quarter Section 28, Twp. Man 8. Township 7 South Range 20
l>l.t. >... r acre*. will Issue thereon on the 7th day of 8 South Range 22 35 3 20 A. Knot.
T al. June 1. 1931 n_ _._ 303.48 The nsseKsment of said property A. D. 1931. The assessment of said property The assessment of Maid property .
You Know ? Uecelpte during month -_h__ 4,80 under the said certificate. Issued was 1S"1.I..mb..r. Slit day of August A. under the said i certificate Issued. wa under the said certificate. Issuedva. I
+ Do Warrant' during month ____ In the name of den. II. WellerVnles D.1831.>> In the. name of Lee Jenkins.. In the name of 13. J. Ward
Hal. July 1. 1931 _____n_____ 30826 said certificate .shall be redeemed O. W. ALDFJ RlolA N. Unless. said certificate shall bo redeemed Unless paid certificate. Khali b.
Illsf. No. N according to law tax deed. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. according to lr.Tt'h' deed redeemed. according to law. tax do Overdraft June 1. 1931 .______ J04,54 will Issue thereon on the 14th day Bradford County Florida. will Issue thereon on day of will Issue thereon on the 24th day ut
Hecelpt during month 28.80 of September A. I>. 1(31. 8-7-Bt-8-4. September, A. D 1931. August A. D. 1931.Haled .
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Warrants. during month _-___ no.oo Date this 12th day of August, A. Dated this 5lh day of August. A. thin 18th lay of July A D.

Overdraft July 1, 1931 __un 467,94 D. 1981. .. 1O .. :NOTICH OF APPLICATION Foil D. 1931.Seal 1931.
Hut. >... O WALDERMAN O. W. ALDtRMAN'! O W. ALD13T1MA7J.Clerk .
Bal. June I. 11131 ______n____ 43.fReceipts > (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, Notice la hereby given that L. H.flalney ( ) Clerk ul Circuit Court of Circuit Court J
during month ____ Bradford County, via.S.24bt941. holder of tax certificateNl. Bradford County Florida.675t4. (Seal) Bradford County.. Florida,

during month _n_ t30.00 a ,K. 60, the 6th day of August.A. 7-124-61-8-21.
Overdraft July 1, 1931 n____ 178.11 D. 1929 has filed said certificatelit
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and made applicationfor
>or 1I1 OK APIMirVTION Foil my
Bui. June 1 1931 JBt 84
ixonri ,OF KI.KCTIOV
deed to issue thereon In accordance NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOIl
Itecelpt during; month: =:=:=: 49.80: TAX UICRI) tax with law Said certificate 7. H. C. Wall mayor of Starke, VAX KKU: '
Warrant during month ____ 880.00 Notice I I. hereby. given that 1\(1'8. embrace the following described Florida, by virtue of authority vest
v lial.. July 1, 1931 ___________ < 41.14 M L. Walternon, holder of Tax Certificate property situated In Bradford County ed. In jne by law. do hereby call an
1)1.1. No. 11 No. 854, the 5th day of August. Florida to-wlt election to be Iteld at the city hall Notice ta hereby given that R S, '
.. Bal. June 1. 1981 ________ 264.SI A. 1>. 1929" has filed .said certificate Lots 1 a ,11 12 of: Bik' 20 In Ward In the aforesaid city by the quail- Davis, holder or Tax Certificate. "
, Warrant during month ____ No. 270 the 8th day of August A.
46000 In my office and mad. application City Section 8. Twp. 7 South Range fled voters there, on Tuesday September ,
Receipt during month _____ *3.30 for tax deed to Issue there 2U13.The! 8th, 1911, for the purposeof I:). 1821, has filed said certificate In 'f
Overdraft July 1. 1931 ______ 172.11Ulst. on In accordance with law. Said cer. assessment of said property electing I the following officer: my office and made application for
No.' > tax deed to issue thereon In accordance I
1Bal. tlflcate embrace the following described under the said certificate Issued wan. One Mayor. *
June 1. 1931 ____.____ S41.:23 property situated In Urad 11t h.. name of P. A. Crosby. Two Aldermen. with law. Said certificate am- i,
Receipt during month _____ 8.81 ford County Florida to-wltl Unles said certificate. shall be redeemed One Clerk Treasurer and Tax Col- brace the following described prop. I.J
Warrants during month ____ 400.00 Be*. 1162 ft. W & 223 8-10 ft N according to law. tax deed lector. erty situated In Bradford county, I
Overdraft July 1. 1931 _.___ 109.89 from Southeast. cor. of Section in & will IssueMhereon on the 7th day of One Tax Assessor Florida to-wlt: "
3)1.6. NO. is run N 112 ft 13 420 ft S 112 ft W 420ft September, A. D. 1931.D..I..d One Marshal. I.rf>ts 1, 2. *, fI. 7, nf Block 4. Lin. '?
Bal. June If 1911.---- 914.58teIpte to bag In Southeast quarter of this 6th day of ,August A. Inspectors of said' election. T. N. coin City. Section 33. Township 4 "
( during month :::::- :.60 (Southeast quarter Section 10 Typ. T D. 1931. Kendrlck R. 8. Humphrey F. A. South Range 28 Kant.
Warrants. during month ____ 886.01)) South HanKe 22 J. aat. n W. ALDERMAN. Scott.In The assessment nf said property
Bal. July 1, 1931 ____________ 549.81 The assessment of said property (Seal\) Clerk of Circuit Court. testimony whereof I hereunto under the Raid certificate Issued was '
!>!.(. No. IB under the said certificate Issued, was Bradford County. Florida. subscribe my name, anil, cause the In the. name of Hannah Hogg
Hal. June 1. 1931 _____?____ 170.II In the name of L H. BedenbaUKh 8-7.5t.D-4. .seal of the sell city to. be affixed Unless said certificate ahall be redeemed
Receipts during month ,____ 91.1* Unless said. certificate. shall be re.' this. the 4th day of August A. L>. according to law. tax deed .
Warrants during month ..._ 610.00Ov..rdl..ft deemed- nccoiding 'to law tax deed lm will Issue. thereon on the 24th day :
July 1. 1931 ______ 35383 will issue thereon. on the 14th day II. C. WALL. 0(' August A. I>. 1931. '\
I It.... No.' 10 of September A. D. 1931. MOTlfH OF APPMCT10V FOIL (Seal) Mayor of Starke Flu pitted this 15th day of July A. D,
Bal. June 4, 1931 ______._____ 149.03 Dnted' this 1211\ day of AUlI'u..t.A. TAX DEED 8-7-5t-9.4. 19 3 1. '
Receipts during month __.___ 100.211Wararnts ) D. 1931. Notice la hereby given, that Julia O. W. ALDERMAN,
during month 410 09 O W. ALDERMAN. Albert. holder of 4ax certificate No, Clerk of Circuit Court,
Overdraft July 1. 1931 -_--:: 160.77: (Seal\) Clerk vt Circuit (Court 271. the 6th day/ of August, A. 1>. MIHTKH'H! SILlS Seal)) Bradford County. Florida. ';
Dl.t. No. IT Bradford County. Florida. 1D2N\ has filed said certificate In my 7-24-61-8-21. -
Rat.-June 1, 1131 -_________ 75.00 R.14-St-l-ll INOTICM office and made application for tax Notice Is hereby given that under --
)Receipts during month ______ 7.0(1( deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith and by virtue of that certain final
: Warrants during!! month ____ 212.25 law. Said certificate embrace decree of foreclosure made by the
: _____ 130.25 the described. property NOTICE OF" PI'I.Ir1'10:11: FOR
Overdraft July 1, 1931 following Judge of the Twenty-Sixth,; Judicial
.4 : . Ulst. No. 18 In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Jndlclal situated In Bradford county, Florida; Circuit of Florida, In Chancery Sittlnir. TAX DIII)
Overdraft June 1, 1931 _____ 81090 Circuit bradford County, to-wlt. : In the Circuit Court for itrnd-
Receipts during montlt _,_-. 77.80 State of Florida.' III Chancery, Lot I and 6- Blk. 13 Lincoln City, toni county Florida. on the 28th day Notion\ I.I hereby. given, that n. J.
: Wariauts. during month _.._.1532.23 ",'. R. Williams, Kottlon 82: Twp. 8 South Range 22: of July. A. I>, Hill, in favor of THWKIIDnitAI. r>nvlM, hoMer of Tax Certificate No.
OviTilruft July L, 1H31 ,.... 1765.35 Complainant. 15. L\N1 HANK OF COLUM1IIA ails the nth day of August, A. D.
ruiuisr: : A SIMKIVU: FUN "... The assessment of said' property I a coiporatlou as pom-' 1028 has file. said certificate In my
.: ico. 3 Virginia. Williams, under the said certificate Issued. was and ngalnst 11 I, J. Cox" May' office and made application for tax
Bal. June 1. 1931 __________2091.51Receipts Defendant In the name of A. J. Williams Rlulnant:! : his nlfe, J. H. Moore' James deed to Issue theiDon In accordance
dining month _.. 108.98 It nppi-arlnft by affidavit appendedto Unless said certificate shall be redeemed llannnn, n* 1 Executor, nf the estateof with law. Bald certificate vmluaceathn
Wararnta' during month _.-.. the bill filed In the above-stated . according to law tax deed Mrs. Rosa. }.. llannnn, deceased, following doscrlhed property
4&v /Hal. July 1. IH31 _______ ___ ..220053 cause that the r".n..o of Virginia will Issue thereon on the 7th day of and the Luwfev National Farm situated In Uradford county }Florida'
Dint. No. IS! M Williams, the defendant. therein September, A. D. 1931. Loan Association, a corporation, us to-\vltt
W :k<.........><>r.-----. ...Alf Bal. June 1, 1931 _______--_ ZD9.7S named Is unkttown, and that defendant jutted 'I--5th day of .Au..u.t. A. defendants.The S Acre boar at Southeast corner
Hi'colpts during month __ lib.70 la over the age of twenty. D. IOU: undersigned as Special ,Mastcr of West half of Northwest quarterof
?n.II 1:-..."... Nttlnl 11011.../, Warrant during month __ ono years; It 4s thvivfore ordered a. W. AT.Dl<:RMAN. will offer For sale in front of !Southeast; quarter & run North
!' Dal. July/ 1. 1031 ___ ._ ____ 410.51 that said defendant" be and she (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. the courthouse door In Starke Florida 140 ynrde.' Went. 70 yard. South 140
"'f the Rocky Mountain Valley In Jasper National Park Alberta, UIMrlrt No. :23 Is hereby required to appearto Bradfoid County Florida. during the legal houis of stile. vdM. Ka..t 70 yd* to ""'ff. Also Com
|is named after The Tonquln, the sailing vessel In which the fur: Hal. June 1, 1931 __________10,071.08 the bill of complaint In said cause 8-7-51-9-4. between the hours of eleven A. it!. 140 yd* North of Southeast cornerof
|, expedition sent out by John Jacob Astor, left New York to Receipts during month u u 238.81. for divorce on or before Monday the and two o'clock }*. AT, on Monday, Went half of Northwest quarter
ng Warrant during month .... 7th day of September A. D. 1981, \oricH OF .tppi.irfiio\ the lilt day of (,September A. D. 1911: nf Southeast quarter run North
id Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia River and to establish a Ual. July 1,. U31 _________19,30989 otherwise the. allegation of said bill TAX HEld!: to the highest and bent bidder for 07 feet Went 85 feet Mouth 17 feet
Lin/ that was to rival the fanjous Hudson Bay and North-West I hereby certify that the foregoing will be taken .ujifessed by saiddefendant. Notice I lit hereby given that Cecil cash the fololwlng describee1 U :33 feet to beg In Section 82 Town. V
dmg' Companies? The expedition came to grief. The Tonquln was statement. showing balAnce..* at R. Moore holder of tax certificate property, sit titled\ Uiadford county ship 6 (South, Range 23 Hunt.
Indians and the trading party after adventures and the beginning and at the ending of It la further ordered that this or No. 101.l the 6th day of August A. Florida. . :: I:1": The assessment. of said property
m up by many the month herein above stated and der be published once 11 week for i). 1928, bus filed saul certificate. The South, Half! of the Northeast tinder the said. certificate Issued waIn ..
atlons, made Its way overland through what Is now Jasper Park. of the receipt. and warrant issued. four consecutive weeks In the Hrad In my office and made application quarter of the Southwest quarterand the name of I. C. Hogg
during said month, corresponds. with ford County Telegraph a newspaper for tax deed to Issue theieon In accordance I the North Half of the Southeast Unles. said certificate. shall be redeemed -
Plant City Ganus Bros. Music the record of my oltioe, and "* true published In ""hilnly and state. with law. Said certificate. Quarter of the (Southwest, Quarter ol according to law' tax deed
and correct to the beat of my knowledge :- This. Aug. Bin. 111. embrace the following described Section Twenty-four (24), TownshipFive will l issue> thereon on the 84th day
Co., planning to open branch of and belief. I aiso "erllrIhal U. W, ATDERMAN l property situated In Bradford county (n South Range Twenty-two of August, A. n 1031.
ZIFF the following la a list of all county In (Seal\) Clerk of Circuit Court, Florida, to-wlt (22) Kast. Dated thin nth day of July A.
their conservatory in this district. depositories showing the balance Bradford County, Florida. North 210 ft. of Northeast quarter J. I.. FRAZIBE. D.: 1831.
I.als Mae Lewis. Cor. Madison Priest Ten Cent each I:8\ close of the month ho D. M JOHNS. Starke, Fla. of Southeast. quarter Section 84 Twi Special Master O. W. At-DERMAN,
In tated, and the amount Solicitor' for Couiplalnant. 7 Mouth Range 23 13. II acres. M M JOHNS.: Clerk: of Circuit dourt.:
= Store building being enlarged. security by each such deposltoand 8-7-61-8-4. The assessment of said property. Solicitor' for Complainant. (Seal) Bradford County Florida.
of In rent paid or orIted
Ward of Lake Butler was In Fort Myers Heitman property I amount during said month to by each -, under the said certificate Issued wasin 7-24/Bt.8-21.
the name of S 1 i'1. Trlest.Unless .
ctloa last Friday. selected as site for construction of I depository account of currdally 'OTI C-II said certificate shall be. redeemed 875t04.'H
time deposits. In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Jodicial "" MA LIUHorehv
balances or
I :
dead NOTICn OF AI'l'\TI\ FOIl
i J 0. Dennlson and son, War- new post office building. Witness my hand this 80 day af Circuit, bradford County.State ,, will Issue according therenn on to the law 7th tax day ofSeptember TAX DEll)

land Mr. John Taylor of Mld1 Jacksonville Runways at local June, 1931. .1. GRppig A. D of Msrtln Florida. In Chancery. I A. D 1931. notice Is given that ,under >

spent last Friday and Satur- airport being improved. County A. Supterlntendent. Complainant I Dated this SIb day of August A. and by virtue of that' certain final Notice I I..* hereby given that R. 1.
D. 1031.) decree. of foreclosure made by A.
American- v*. Davis, holder of tax certificate No.
Tarpon -
here. Lucy C. Martin a W. ALDERMAN V. Long Judge Pro Hao Vie, for the 22: .
[lerJ. H. Kelley, Miss Martha Hellenic Sponge Co. opened offices Defendant. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit'cuurt'l'' Twenty-Sixth' Judicial 1 Circuit of 1031, hail filed said certificate In my
here. %O'I'I'I': OK "PI'\1'I.o" FOH It appearing by affidavit appended Bradford County } Florida' In and for Bradford county, office and made application) for tax
ule Groover and Mr. Minzleier > FIX I>IKI abovestatedcause 8-7-6t.9-4. Florida. In Chancery Sitting, on the deed to lame. thereon In accordance
to the bill filed In the
all attended church last Canal Point Bank of Canal Notice Is hereby given that I). n that. the residence of Lucy C. 2nth day of July A. D. 1931, In favor with law. Hull certificate embrace

Point reopened for business. Sapp and Martha. Mapp, holders. of ''.Martin the defendant therein named JNO-1ICH.) OF ,il'l'l.K'A-IIOM loll I of Joseph 1], Wilson'la k.l liquidatorfor the following dencrlbed property alt
ay. tax; certificate No. 282. the 4th day Bradford County a corporation -
la. unknown and that defendant TAX UKF.D nated In Uradford county, Florida
'. J 0. Dennlson has returned St. Augustine King Street of July A. D. 1927 has filed said Is 'over the ago of twentyone Notice Is hereby. given,- that Cecil I as complainant, and against to-wltt:
B borne after spending severalhere. bridge connecting this place with certificate In my office and made years; It Is therefore ordered n. Moore, holder of tax John Magyar'! and Mary Magyarl Southeast quarter of Southwest
West St. Augustine to be improved. application for tax deed to issue that said defendant be and she No. .174 the 6th day of his wife as defendants limiter "Section 85 Township S South!
i thereon In accordance with law.. Is hereby requfred' to .appearto .. 1) 10:1hR.: \ filed said ." o"rlltlc"t"l The said Special Master. will offer. Range 22 East 40 acre
>. W. S. Ray and children of Said certificate. embraces the following the bill of complaint filed in .said my office and made. for sale 1 In front of the courthousedoor Thea ssessment of "R""' property
descrined property situatedIn cause for divorce on or before Monday tux deed to Issue theieon ,In Sharks., Florida, during the under the said. certiflcateissued. Was j !,
le. Ga., are spending: a COUNTY IIVPI RIJIITENDENT'" Bradford County. Florida, to-wlt: the 7th day September A. D. .ance with law. "Said certificate embraces legal hours of sale between. the In the name of !Kllas Moore.
i here with her parents Mr. MONTHLY FINANCIAL 8TATRMKNT Heg, at Southwest corner of Southwest 1931. otherwise Cbs alienations of I the following described prop hour of* eleven 'A. M and Two Unless said certificate shall be r.iri'u .-
COUNTY SCHOOt FUNDS quarter of Northeast quarter' said bill will be taken m.* confessedby erty situated In Bradford County, o'clock 1 M. on Monday the 7th day C to I law, tax deed -i
kin I. W.: Lewis. ge run Kast 671 8-4 ft. North HOD ft. said defendant.It Florida. to-wlt of "September, A. n. 1031 to the h'ed""lI'n on the S4th day
and lira. J. W. Lewis and West 571 34 ft. South 800 ft. to beir I. further ordered that this order Southwest quarter of Northeast highest and best bidder for cash the of August A.- D 1081.
Bradford county. for the month of Section 34. Twp. 6 South.. Range S2Dast be published once a week for quarter Except 4 acres on lOad side following mcrHied property situated Dated this 15th day of July, A. D.
Lola Mae of here and Mr.Lewis .
ter June 1931. In Bradford Florida to*
-11 acres. four consecutive week In the Brad & Southeast Quarter of Northwest county 1931.
i of Jacksonville spenteek General School Vand I The assessment' of said property ford County Telegraph, a newspaperpublished quarter Section 31-7.12-77 acre. with O. W. ALDERMAN.
Overdraft June 1931 .__...373701 under the tuild, cert inflate Issued In said county and state. The assessment of said property The North Half of the Kast Half Clerk. of Circuit Court.,
it Hinesvllle, Ga., with Receipts during month ....18.063.27 was In the name of Unknown. This August 4th 1981 under the said certificate Issued was of the Southeast Quarter of Section Bradford County, Florida.
!JJfre. J.'W. Lewis, daugh- Warrant. during month _._.9373.64 Unless said certificate shall. be redeemed O. W. ALDERMAN. In the name of Mrs'' L. It. Kalch. Thirty-four (84), Township Six ((8) 724-5t-R-21.
Bal. July 1, 1931 __________.658J.73 according to law tux deed South Range Twenty.Two (22) Kant.
r end ((Seal) Cleric; Circuit Court.N. Unless said certificate shall be re
( and Mrs.
son-in-law Mr Ul. No. 1 will Issue thereon on the 14th day of M JOHNS KUlke Flu. deemed according to law tax deed. except therefrom. Five ((6) acre In
T. Ray. Bal. June 1. 1931 ___________ 590.72Receipt September. A. D 1931. Solicitor for Complainant will Issue thereon. on the 7th day of the form of a square In the South INFOItM"TIO" Foil ninnRii 01
'. during month _..__., 41.19 Dated this 12th day of Au&uet.A. 8-7-61-8-4. "September, A. D. 1931. east Corner, IIMA'rlNO .Y.'I'EH
and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and Warrant during month __.. 23O- ,00 D., 1931. Dated this 6th day/ of August A. J. L. FRAZKRn -
ren of Midway and Mrs. I. W. Bal. July 1. 1931 ___.--__... 411.91 n. W. ALDEVIMAN, D 1931. Special' Master<
nis NO.' a (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. NOTICE OF APPMflATIOV FOIl a. W. -ALDERMAN M joiiim, or bid for boiler
and daughter, Marion, all Bal. June 1, 19X1 __________? 562.23 Tlradford County Florida.. .- TAX ItKBII! (Seal) Clerk of Circuit, Court., Solicitor for Complainant, ldr..rt.r.C tclrb: :
t the last of this week here Receipt during month _.._w_ B2.01 S-14-St--ll. Notice I I. hereby fly..n, that Cecil Bradford Florida. S-7-St-9-4. tent In the
R. Moore holder II certificate County Hchool located at Starke
I their Warrant. during month ___1S0009 8.7-5t-II-4. Building
parents. Overdraft July 1. 1931 ______ 88676 No. am: the 6th day of August A. NOTICH OF APPLICATION, Florida, will be received until noon.
Mist. No. 9Bal. tOIIC': OF APPMlAllOV Foil D. 192! e Inmy Foil Monday August 17 181. at the office
June 1. 1931 ___________2162.28 TAX DEE!) { :: .r. ; for NOTKK OF API'IlrATIO'FOil! TAX HKKU nf iuptsrintendent of School cf
Irt Pierce Receipts during month ____-,- 380.61 Notice I I. hereby given that den.A. tax deed to Issue thereon In accord TAX DEE: Bradford County.
Resurfacing un- Warrants durlmY month __3324,87 & Debbie. (Gardiner holders of tax ance with law. Sold certificate embraces . Notice I. hereby given, that Cecil Notice Is hereby given, That O. B. The proposal ahould be Inclosed.
>&y on approximately 46 mileste Hal. Jul1./ 1931 __________ 18.12 certificate. No. 287. the 6th day of the following described prop. 'It. Moore, holder of tax certificateNo. Colson, holder of Tax Certificate No. In a sealed envelope. addreed to the
road No. 8 between Kis- I>IM. No. 4 August A. D. IU9. has filed said erty situated In liradford, County, 409, the llth day of August. A. 29, the 4th day of July A. D. 1987: Hoard of Public Instruction Brad-
Bal. June 1. 1931 _..______ 522.42 certificate In my office and made Florida, to-wit! II. 1929, has filed said certificate In has. filed said certificate In my office ferd County :and endorsed "Proposal "
pee river and this city. Receipts during month ____ 4.10 application for tax deed to Issue Southwest quarter of Northwest my office and made application for and made application for tax deedto for Heating" to be opened August
I Augustine Owen Buick Co. Warrants. during month .... thereon In accordance with Inw quarter Section 21, Twp. 7 South tax deed. tl) lsue thereon In aooord Issue thereon In accordance with 17, 1931. and delivered to the office
ed Bal. July 1, 193J _______ ___ 62853 Said certificate .embraces the folIjwlnir I. Range 22 10. 40 acres. ance with law. Bald certificate embraces law. Said certificate embrace the of the Superintendent.The .
f sales and service station Illst. No. OBal. described Irop..rttuated The assessment Jot laid property. the following described property following described property iltuated building and heating system
finer of Granada and Cedar June 1. 1931 _________ 7S7.78 In Bradford County. Florida, to-wlt under the; Halt certificate Issued. was .situated In Bradford County In Bradford county, Florida, to* a* It now stands" may be inSpected
!.s. Receipts during month ____... 197.37 Northwest quarter of SautheantHimrter in the name of J* H Banks.1'nlian Florida to-wlt: wit: by arranging I with Superintendent I
Warrant. during month .;. 2766 10 of Southwest/inarter section ,ald' cerHrTcate shall tie re. ),,ethalf of Southwest quarter of Lot 8. Bloclc 21, Ward City A...,. The job herein referred to call
___ for complete satisfactory heating
. . . a
.', ..y..tenl\ guaranteeing same to heat
i DARMIT: from 20 to 70 degrees with approImately : -.
OROTHY u. By Charles McManus 2800 ft. of radiation.
All bids. to he accompanied by certified .
check for cent of bid.
The .'c t shall' make
bond for
] the full amount of contract
SO IVE rEEN HERE AUAPTRPO0N J within ten day after the Board hits
AND TH'HWr4'T notified him that he I I. the successful -
THE M..rJ WHO c-4 I bidder.
0'11I1'01THoIT \ THROWN The Hoard reserve the right to
OUGHT Eo KID I IW TMt \ reject any or all bids.
? SIC" I II D. MAY Chairman

TO PINCHED DC LTi. ;:::\"E : Board Bradford Fuhlla Instruction County

I lIvE A. 3. nniPPia! Secretary
( to Hoard and Hupt of Schools

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tOCO" Notice I I.* hereby !given! that all
creditor legatees, distributee. and
.... NCt'P" all persons having' claim againstthe

4.-. estate of J. W. Alvare, deceased
\ INrtl -. b.- ,.. 5. are hereby required to present
N their claims, duly authenticated to
the lion. Oeo. A. Uardlner, county
Oc. judge of.}!radford County, Florida
...:.. l for his approval within on. year
from date hereof or this notice will
: be held In bar thereto. And all persons -
Indebted to ald estate are reGuested -
to pay their said' debt
to the undersigned
This Ird day of July A. n. 1931.J. .
.- I>. WAINWIIHIRTExecutors .
Hstati of J. W.

___ __ __ ___ ___u_ '7-3-9t-8-2 Alvarel, deceased
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[THE" MAIN '"THING- ON =l\IAIN--STR ET" "* C ByL.F.VanZelrn -I Ittil..Y NU'HC'M Notice TO I.* -KHTOHS hereby irons given AND that CltKU-all "

creditors, legatee distributee. and
-- all person having claim against I
_ $HEY I I cc cc.j 'Y ) the estate of Anna O. Murrhee, deceased
U % are hereby required to
'" 7 QUIT PICUINON l l : I v J4GNTA corfQoPt I their claim duly authenticated present .

MAU'4CLAtON Tk? kT5 SCD- ,, ;. I S'L -c.l xoo au-, i to the lion. rteo. A. Uardlner

,;ADING I'/k'IJ' PA Q IN A ,j ,,, county judge of Bradford; : county,
Florida I for his approval within one
GWVNTDXCAVATIO ; year from date hereof or this no-
tic. will be held In bar thereto. And
'. I all person Indebt.d to said estate
: -.-. :: are' requested to pay their said debt I
IS STARTED 'forthwith to the undersigned. _ _
---- This 3rd day nf July A r> 1931.N. : _ _
Isr IM'O: Admlnstrator ? state of Anna d.
ar'z' ;l't ':TAr '-X.' 738t2: Murrhee deceasedo _ _

A\lATiNG oio T 1 1V0'r1C "' 11.:11'1'0"NO. CIIKD.

TI-II; NlW 1'1'on* _ _
11CN M NT Notice la hereby given thai all
") i gl creditor. legatee, distributee, _ _
rlOt) ON MAIN and all person having claim
J Q'T. against the estate of Knoch Qrlffls.
deaeased. are' hereby required to
present their claim.. duly authontl-
dated to the lion. Oeo. A. Uardlner. _ _
County: judge of Bradford county. t'
; P Florida, for hi. approval within on.
cAz _- year from date hereof or this no-
--- 17L'Iii.rnnrul1fl' tic., will be heM In bar thereto. And
OQ LOCAL ,7i; - all person Indebted to said estate ':
"5 are requested to pay their said debt '
forthwith to the undersigned. i
Lk.uvZt'r This 3rd day: of July A D 1931, ;'
-. MAMIId! ORIFFI3.. ,
1 1---_ -- C An l" .trtrla. Kstate of Enoch lo'',
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NOW TIME FOR TRUCKERSTO I EGG CONTEST BIRDS back a bit, however, scoredby Descrlptlo lea T. R. A. Owmer

Lots 1 2 or K%" of Blk 22 I_ 4

I: Sub Division - _______28 22 Walter -.1 11,
Gainesville, Fla. Truckers Chipley, Fla. With a $0 percentlay Fla.-It paid R. W. Lot 1 & 3 or E\.j\ Blk 38 L. Gumming _ !
Cross City. T. & Co.'s Sub. Dlv. __ 28 S 23 -. Sam 11\\
should consider root-knot and antsas during July, the C8Q) Davies, poultry farmer near here, Lots 1&" 8 or E% Blk 34I Tyson - -.__ I

{! t. Conducted _By pests when they are making up the fifth Florida National Egg to conduct'' a demonstration with T. & Co.'s Sub Dlv ____28 S 22 Sam TyaUTf! . _ I '
I Lots A 4 or WW( Blk 34L. __
I I { '' L. T. DYER, County Agent their seedbeds for fall crops, J. R. Laying Contest here have Just car- County Agent D. M. Treadwell. He T. A Co.'s Sub Dlv __28 8 22 Lulu Duhart "_ I

i Demonstration Watsonentomologist at the Florida ried their assault at records thru brooded and raised 500 chicks, and Blks 37 A 38 L. T. &. Co.'s - --1 i'
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home AgentAgriculture Experiment Station, recently the tenth month. According to reports when they were 12 weeks old the Sub Division ______28 S 22 A. O. Jenkins :
EH Blk 40 I_ T. ... Co.'sSub -____
stated. just released by E. F. Stan- records showed they had cost just) Division - _______28 8 22 Billy Brown _

Farm Tour Proves Root-knot .Is a disease caused by ton, supervisor, the best entry for 37 1-2 cents each. At that age 265 Lots14B1k41LT.&Co.'s - ----- '

Of minute worms which live on the July was owned by W. A. Seidel, cockerels were sold !at 47 cents Lotsl3BIk4SI.T.&Co.'s Sub Division -- -- -- --,-28 4 22 James E. Franklin .
;' Valuable FeatureAt roots of many of the vegetablesand I San Antonio, Texas. The 10 birds each, Subtracting the net profiton Sub Division __ __ _____28 I 32 John Williams I

Farmers'Veek' truck crops commonly grownIn layed 241 eggs for 247.83 points. the cockerels; the pullets cost Lot SBIk43LT.&Co.'s' - ----_ I
Sub Division _ _______28 6 22 Julius
'r Florida. These worms called Second for the month goes to one less tahn 30 cents each. Butler - -
Future Will Be I him E 4 Blk 43 L. T. & Cots -_
I Gainesville, Fla.-A completetour nematodes will bore Into the root of the Pinebreeze Poultry Farm entries sub Division _ _____28 8 22 Lura Whitmore

l j1i of the College of Agricultureand and secrete a poison which causes from Callahan, Florida with Lot Sub 3 Division Blk 41L.T.&Co.'s- _______28 ( 22 Hoover - _
Experiment Station farms the root to swell, and the plants to I 246.2 points for 239 eggs. This Is BUY ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Blk 44 L. T. A. Co.'s SubDivision Bros - ___ ,

More Scientific proved a valuable feature at the turn yellow and die. Young plantsare the first time in eight months thatFlnebreezo - _._______28 e 22 A. O. Jenkins
Fla.-Regardless of hard NW Bile 45 L. T. & Co.'s -- __ ,
: opening of the 10th annual'Farmers' more susceptible and shouldbe did not take first. The Tampa, Sub Division. _'- I" _-___28.8 S3 -- H. O. IMgford
: given a free start In the seed month's high bird was owned by times women in the western partof Lot 4 Blk 4. L. T, A. Cots --- -- ,
and Fruit Growers' Week here
Division _______
Installing Sub 28 < 22
Hillsborough county are - Livingston C7
Marshall Farms Alabama |
Monday, August 10. After the ad- Mobile S% lot 2 Blk 48 L. T. A Co.'s Truby &:
i' T i, (By Spuds Johnson.) dress of welcome by Dr. John J.' bed.Newly cleared land is practically with a Pinebreeze bird 1-4 point eelctrlo. equipment, reports Sub Division _ ________28 4 22 Jim English _
i Lots 6 9 Blk N. J. JonesAddition _
demon- C. -
behind. Miss Allie Lee Rush, home -- _
S Sometimes changes take place Tlgert, president of the University, I always; free of nematodes, bat I - _________-28 ( 22 A. K.
rt farmers and home makers from sandy land which has been plantedto During the 10 months the Leghorns stration agent. Recently five electric Lots 8 4 Hlk.1 Temples Addition -..-_

around us, and we do not see them practically "every county in the truck crops for several years is have averaged 185.8 eggs... I refrigerators, five electric - _____.,____-_28Lots < 22' Mrs. O. !. Jnmnn
2 Blk
1 2 Temples Addition
l' w11 t ; New practices may be adopted state spent_ the afternoon on the nearly always Infested. Truckers The Rhode Island Reds have 166.71 stoves, and one electric washing _ __ ____________28 6 23 D. E. Knight ----1
I ., l gradually and attract very little tour. who have an overhead Irrigation eggs to their credit, and ,the Bar machine were installed by home Lot 3 Bile -2 Temples Addition ------1
_______ _____28 II 22
that demonstration -- Mrs Cella
attention. However I believe The station's modern refrigeration system can destroy nematodes on red Rocks have averaged 160.8 women. Lot 4 5 Blk 2 Temples Addition Carter ---1

most of us are acquainted more or plant, fumigation outfit, hay their old beds by plowing the land eggs.A -' _________28 < 23t D. E..Knight _

+ r ; less with the fact that changes, and drying machine, sanitary dairy I and applying 600 pounds of sod Pinebreeze pen leads the con- Plant City New dining. room Lots Addition 1234- Blk- _3__Temples______28 23 D. E. Knight -----_I

+ Important ones have occurred and barn, beef and. hog herds, plant Introduction 'ium cyanide dissolved in water, test to date with 2,205'points for completed in jail yard. Fracl Blk 6 Temples Ad"i I

+ are taking place In agriculture. gardens, horticultural wetting It down, and then wetting 2,108: eggs. A Seidel pen stands dition _ __________28 8 22 C. L. Peek ...- ,
Lots S 4 E Blk ----
K Part of a letter from Mr. J. C. grounds, and many of the experi- down 900 pounds of ammonium next with 2,070 points for 2,0004 _ 7-__TemplesAddition _______28 8 22 C. L. Peek _.. --H*

Penney, Sr., head of the Penney- ments with, crops livestock, and sulphate. Hydrocyanic-acid gas eggs, and the entry by A. J. O'Don- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Lots S 7 Iilk 7 Temples Ad- -------_

Gwinn Corporation and one of the horticultural plantings were will be formed, and persons should ovan, Katonah. New York Is third at Fun Line of N 10 tlFtll-l In- i t-8-i--all---lots---28 4 23 E. W. Hayes ________

{ best known merchants in the country among the places visited. Twenty- leave the seedbed at once. This with 2,063 points for 2,139 eggs. 8 7 Blk 8 Temples Addi

; shows Mr. Penney's keen Insight seven stops were made and at each treatment is rather expensive butt Pinebreeze owns the leading bird Undertaker Supplies Fr lnBik-1- A Temples J; .Addition _28 < 22 D. E. Knight __ ________

Into present agricultural conditions stop specialists explained what the leaves the soil rich in nitrogen: to .date with 266.5 points for 260 w -_-__-__-___28 6 S2 '- C. L. Peek __ __ _
1 P and puts Into words the hus-: phosphoric acid and potash eggs. Two Seidel birds stand next AUTOMOBILE HEARSB Lote12545671314B1kI1 : _
experiments were showing.
t 1t, ; 1 thougha about agriculture becom- Tuesday morning the men divid- only need be added for fertilizer. with 265:: ,9 points for 254 eggs, and Always .. n..*. T_. asst Lots Temples 11 12 Blk Addition 11 Temples_ -..28 < 3. M. R. Llddon Est ---_

ing more scientific. Here la the ed into citrus truck crops, live- Seed! may be planted in 10 days after 25C.4 points for 242 eggs, respect- .Mi-rlo at tk* lowest Mien. Addition _ ________. 28 < 23 Mrs. P. E. Bailey __
; from Mr. Penney: .._ .! .tt..fl.a <. 1elf>srr*.b Blk 13 A: lot. 8 9 10 11 12 13 ---
quotation ively.
W stock and general crops, and poul- the treatment. On very stiff .rderRBQISTRIUGD 14 Blk 14 Temples Addition
61 "We who are Interested in the try groups. During the week spe- soil more chemicals should be used Two other Florida entries well in _ ____________28 < 22 C. L. Peek _____ ?
BMBAEi-U Lots S Blk 18 ----
future of agriculture are asking cial small fruits, pecan, forestry, while on very sandy types a smaller the race are those of Gilbert'sChipley dltlon _ T.mple.'AdJ___________28 < 23 J. O. Prevatt _.______
I t t ourselves the : Is agriculture __ I
question beekeeping, and ornamental pro- amount will suffice. Hatchery Chipley and D. DEWITT C. JONES Lots 183 Blk 22 Temples

k'tJ'' 4 : to be industrialized r Will the grams are spending the morningsIn Growing velvet beans or Crotalaria M. Bull LaBelle, whose pens have ITARKE.VLORID*. Addition _ _ ______28Lots 8 22 J. W. Edwards . ----
) of the future be operated on II 12 13 :Blk II Tem
: farms the and third
; a general session and in the afternoons will destroy nematodes but layed second highest plea Addition _ _____28 4 22 C. I* Peek __ __
a huge scale, or not? Whatever the number of to date. Lot --- I
dividing Into to several months will be required. eggs They drop 1 Blk 23 Temples Ad ,

1 g, s answer, this one thing is certain: study gardening and food groups conservation Ants cause a loss by carrying Lots dition 234_ _Blk_ _23___Temples_______28 < 22 J. I*, Peek _i I-h_____

Jfk 1 1N r Farming, like business, is rapidly home Improvement, nutrition, the seed before they sprout. Those Is hereby given that the NOTICENotice following described lands will be'' sold Aaamon --28 8 22 T. R. L. Daugherty __
,'i;, being reduced to a highly scientific in the bed will be killed with hy at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, 1931. it being; Lot 5 Blk iaT'emplA:d- u
bakestry making,
basis. The future farmer, as the clothing rug the 7th day of said month before the Courthouse Door at Stark. In Brad- dition _ __---__--Henry O. Mason - -_____________ .
and weaving. drocyanic-acid gas, and all ant hills ford county. State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary Lots 8 9 10 11 12 Elk 23
future business man, ia going to Five associations are meeting within CO feet of the seedbed shouldbe to pay the amount due for taxes' set opposite the same, together with the 'Temples Addition/ _ ___28 < 22 C. L. Peek __.___--.._
i' have to be more efficient. He who 1 treated cost of such sale and advertisingC.. A. FLITCH, Tax Collector.Tarn. Lots 13 14 Blk 23 TemplesAddition
during the week. They are the with sodium cyanide, to -------------s 82 Lois .Peek Perryman ___
can. produce more and better crops State Dairymen's Association form the gas. Simply punch a bole Lot 2 Blk 24 Temples Addition -

i at less cost is the man who will State Beekeepers' Association,, lin the center of the ant hill and De.erlptloa.e.. T. R. A. OwnerEssie. A Costs_ Lota 1 2 _S _Blk_ _27___Temples________28 6 22 W. R. Crosby ________

s succeed; and who If in sufficiently State' Council of Senior Home pour in 1-4 pint cyanide solution.Go Com 100 fe W of NE cor of Addition _ _________28 6 22 -_ Mrs. Fronle demons :
large numbers, will lift agricultureout Wlfl! of NW% of SEYt of Lot 11 Blk 27 Temples Ad- .
of its situation." Demonstration Workers, State Ba- over the ground in a few daysto NE% & run 8 245 ft W dltlon _' _ _-______28 4 22 B. A. Thomas ....____ .
present by Chick Association, and Lake catch any new nests. This solu 100' ft N 245 ft B 100 to Lot. 4587 Blk :27 Temples
What Mr. Penney says Is true. tion should not in contact' beg _ _-_--_--_---_....28 6 22 Short _ ______ 8.11 Addition _ _________28 < 22 C. L. Peek _ __ T
come "nn
of County Poulty Association. All NW y of SB4{ S of Call All Bile 29 ex lot 14 Peek's
We must take advantage every Aside from the farm tours demonstrations with the roots of valuable plants. St. _ _ ________ _____28 e 13 '- E. D. Card ____________ 43.38 Addition _ __________28 8 22. C. L. &: J. I* Peek ......t
opportunity to keep ourselves up- and entertainment Com on N line of NW(4( of All BIle 80 (IS lots) Peek's

to-date In farming, and we must SEVi on E side Church St. 'if Addition/ _ -_________28 6 22 C. I_ & J. ;L. Peek ______I 11
children features, many successful farmers TREAT BROWN-PATCH ON A run a on said I St 175 ft51210ftN1TftW All Bile 81 ((4 lots) Peek's) _
certainly give our every and farm their 210 Addition _ ____28 4 28 C. L. & J. ..
chance to learn the kinks of the women are telling LAWN OR GOLF GRASSES ft to beg -e_ __ __ __ __28 6 23 E. -It Smith .________ 16.04 All Blk S3 ((18 lots--)--Peek's-- : L. Peek _

business in the best We must experiences, and over 100 specialists WITH CALOMEL MIXTURE 8AInNWcotofNKofSW3 _I. Addition - ----------28 4 22 C. L. & J. I* Peek ___I
way. _______
are on the program. The final of NW$4$ 28 8 23 deo. H. WelterD. _______ 8.11 All Bile 33 (14 lots) Peek'

keep up with the procession, or we address will be given at noon Fri- Lots Town 1357_ lilk___ _8__Ori_ _*28 Lots2845------------2$ < :23 C..L. &: J. L. Peek .l I
losing Gainesville Fla. 6 28 C.. Jones ____________ 14.14 :: '
will find ourselves continually -Brown patcheson Lots
6 7 Blk 13
I ip money, and eventually getting day, August 14. lawn and golf grasses are caused Town _ _ __Original________28 8 23 J. C. Hunt _____________ 40.91 Lots 14 of 1267 Blk 14 Peek's 10 Blk add 35_IS 4 22 C. .L. & I. I* Peek _
r out of farming by fungi, and can be controlledby Com of 38 lot 1-8 7 Blk ft W 17 of& run N106ftW801.3ftS1061t Peek's Addition/ _ _____28 4 22 C. I* A J. Is Peek .
i 34588 Blk SS Peek's
a I proper management and the application to Call St E 80 1-8 ft to ,Addition _ ______.1..__28 < ,22 F. L. Turner __,

n14'r' ; I WHUP FARM PROGRAM of a calomel mixture, according bIOS Original Town ___-IS 6 22 Mrs. P. Q. Maddox ___: 65.20 Lot 9 Blk 35 Peek's Addition -
The VOIce .( to an announcement Just Com at NW Cor Call ? ________.,_____28 t 22 Mamie M. Oatraw _
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Florl4a".I made by Dr. Geo. F. Weber Walnut streets run W Lots 7 A! 11 Wtt lot 10 ;
.I\ associate on Call street 149 ft 8 In. Blk 88 Peek's Addition .28 < 22 C. L. *: :J. L. Pert _
r plant pathologist with .the to a pt of beg thence N Fracl lots of Blks A & B
Weekly frem Home Demonstration Gainesville Fla. With"special- Florida Experiment Station. 105 ft W 13 tta106ft Peek's Addition _ ___28 e 23 C. L. & J. L. Peek .
8peelallat,'Tallahassee ists discussing farm problems each E 13 ft to beg _________28One 6 22 D. E. Knight __________. 20.69 Lot. 1 S S 12 Blk B Ris
l At first, spots on the grass will house & lot In Blk 18 ing's Addition _ ____28 e 22 Mrs. Cella Carter _
day, next week's series of Florida look as though they had been scalded : known as Stark Hou-e 'J Lots 46911 BIle B Rising's
Farm Hour radio has bounded N by Call st W Addition . -_______-4 22 Hoover Bros. ___
PUDDING RECIPES programs These spots will soon enlargean by C. L. Peek 8 by' Rivers Lots B 10 Blk B Rising's
just been announced by the University turn brown. In early morning H by lot of J. B.Futcb. Addition _ -________28 < 22-, D. C. Jones -.___
of Florida Agricultural Exten- before the dew has disappeared _ _______..____23 6 23 D. E. Knight __ __ ____ 65.60 LoTs 7 ( Blk B Rising's Ad-
Bread Pudding Residence lot W side Blk dition ______ .
on 28 4 22 _
sion Service and state radio station - - --- John A. Curtis
i ) Into a well buttered baking dish webs somewhat like spider webs, 18 bounded N by Call St Lots 1 3 Blk C Rising's Addition

of buttered slices of WRUF. These programs will may be seen on the grass blades. B by Starke uattlO W. I _- _ ------____28 t 22 J..C. PoppeR ___
put layers H. Rivers Lots 3 4 S B
S Blk C
hi be broadcast from 12 to 12:45: by i Rising's
dried bread and sprinkle over with p. During the growing period numer- Bt W by Court St .x lots Addition _ ---_______28 4, 22 L. Morgan _ ___
raisins. Cover with a custard m. eastern standard time. The ous tan to dark brown bodies, In NW cor sold to J. R. Lots 10 11 12 13 14 Bile C
program follows: about an eighth Inch (in diameter Davis &: Lone Richard Riding's Addition _ _..28 4 22 John A. Curtis _ _
made as' follows: To 2 slightly &. sx lot sold to Clara L All Blks 0HIJKLRi-

beaten eggs add 4 tablespoon sug- Sat, Aug. IS Florida Farm are formed. They drop to the Peek 8 23 C. L. Peek . ___ 81.10 Hn.) '. Addition _ ____.__28 6 23 Ceo.; H. Weller __I
News and Hitns. U. S. Farm Science ground and to W 31 ft lots 2 ; :Blk 19 Lots 1287 Blk 1 Wynn's
and 1-8 teaspoon vanlllla, and mix serve propagate the orb town _________28 Addition _: _
:: 8 22 Bradford County Bank _U8.60 ---_______28 t 22 R. V. Demorest __ -
with 2 of milk. Set dish in a Snapshots. fungi. B MH) ft of WV4 lots 2 4 Blk Lot 4 Blk ,,1 Wynn's Addition .

'pan of cups hot water. Bake in a moderate Mon., Aug. 17 SupplementaryFeeds There are two kinds of brown 18 Orls-lnal 'Town _____28 8 22 D. C. Jones ....._.-?.?'?_ 64.80 _ ---_____.___24 21 W. E. Daugherty ,_
Lot 8 ex N 10U\ ft of Blk 20 Lots 19 10 Blk 1 Wynn's
oven until custard is firm and for Gracing Hogs-Dr. A. I* patch, which are differentiated pri Original Town _ ______28 8 22 Bonita E. Jones _?__...; 11.4. Addition _ -___.__j28 8 23 R. F. Demoreet ___
Shealy. Farm Reporter at Wash- marily by the size of the affected Lot. 8 8 Blk 23 Original Lot 4 Blk 2 Wynn's Addi
well browned. A cake pudding maybe ington. area. brown Town _ __.________28 6 22 J:'. C. JonesUnknown ______ 11.80 tion _ --____________28 8 33 ,_ Marls La-one - -3\
made by using dried cookies or Large patch which Lot. I Blk 27 Orl..lnalE Fracl lots E A: F Blk 2 -

cake Instead of bread.. Tues., Aug. 18 Insect of Asparagus may appear as overnight and affect %o'fnl'te i -iii'k-iill d 23 _, _ --_ 8U. Wynn's Addition/ _ ____28 4 12 ;JR. F. Demorest. ----

Poor Man's PuddingTake Ferns-Dr. J. W. Wilson. areas: several feet in diameter, Is Original Town _ ___SS 8 22 O. C. Sweat ft. Sisters 1.88 Com NW on E cor side Baptist Walnut Stat
6 cups of whole milk 1-2 Farm Question Box. most common on St. Augustine and Lots 246&WS4 lots 136 I lot run B 210 ft
Wed.; Aug., 19 Maintaining Bermuda lawns. Small brown .x 70x74 ft In NW cor .38 8 22 O. C. _c S H..Sweat __-- 46.33 N 70 ft W 210 ft t_ Walnut -
1 nIt Beg 8
teaspoon nutmeg. teaspoon 80 ft of NB cor of St thence

1.2 cup rice, 1-2 cup sugar, and 1.2 Lawns In Florida Geo. E. Ritchey. color and the spots will vary Blk 29 as extended_ 8 onKnsey's 111 to beg __-- 8-_on?said---_-St-28 6 22 D. E. Knight .___1
Primer for Town Farmers. map c run
cup raisins. Put all together in a 1 around two to four inches in dia- ft W 80 ft N II ft E 80 It One lot of land bounded/ E

buttered pan In a moderate oven. Thurs., Aug. 20 -- Salt Sick, its. meter. This. type is more commonon to beg - ---________-28Beg 8 22 A. W. Anderson ______ 28.2 by 'Tempe; Ave 8 by Pratt
by Sanderson
Cause and Prevention Dr. R. B. 80 ft B of NB oar of t.b"b" Lane .
the fine
and grasses of golf N land ..
Stir frequently at first then greens. Blk 29 as extended on of N. T. Rltoh ,
occasionally. Bake 2 hours. The Becker. The Place of Sheep *on Shade and damp conditions are Kn-ey's map & run 8 91 ex 1 lot 100 ft square In28 4 23E.. W. Hayes _ ---
Florida Farms-C. H. Willoughby.Fri. ft W50ftN91ftE80it SE cor -_-___.t_ ,
tie h'* pudding should be creamy, and is favorable to the disease, and when to (1929 taxes) __ 28Lot 8 22 '- A. W. Anderson One lot of land bounded N
.._____ lUO
Aug. 21-Crop Improvement be :ell by Blk 31
l better served hot than cold. possible done in the morning 32 J. ft. Johns original Town

Studies-Fred H. Hull. Farm rather than evening on affected Addition _ __,___ 28 8 22 Mary B. Moloney ____ 7.88 E&SbyIty& W by I I'
Chocolate Corn Starch -
Pudding Lots B 6 Blk 81 J. M.Johns Tompiion St --------2$ 6 23 R. M. Sparkman - -
Ingredients: 2 cups milk, 1-2 cup Reporter at Washington. areas. The small type should be .__28 8 22 R, U. 'Sparkman _____ U2 One lot 106 ft ..... In SD cor .
V treated with 3 ounces of powdered Lots dft'"a7Bikii: ;J. M. of SWM of SW% _____28 6 22 E. W. Drlggeri ----"
sugar, 6 tablespoons corn starch, Johns Addition 28 8' 22 John R. One' lot 62% ft by 105 ft In .
McKinley ___ 48.85 .
1 1-2 squares chocolate, 1-2 tea. PROGRESS OF NEGRO calomel mixed In 6 to 8 quarts of Lot 8 Blk 34 J. if.h' NB cor of lot living 1 220 ft

1 spoon salt and 1.2 teaspoon vanilla. FARMING BEING SHOWN dry sand. This should be sprinkledover Addition I I 38- ---------28 8 23 O. M. Inman ___.___- n.n S of Madison &: bounded .
Lots a 8 Blk J.:M. Johns ; N prYsf a d. E by
Mix the sugar, starch, and salt DURING AMERICAN FAIR about 1,000 square feet of Addition _ ---------28 8 22 A. Vf: Anderson 20.39 n - ___-____28 6 22 Henry d. :Mason -- -"
and make Into thin, smooth, paste grass, followed with a thorough Lots l 2 elk 27 :J. M. Johns Bear at NW cor Bay & Mad- -
Addition _. 28 8 32 Icon -t* &: run N 105 ft
- ------ D C. Jones _ ____
with a little milk. Add to- heated Tallahassee, Fla.-A booth showIng watering. For the large type use Lot 45BIk1 L. T. & Co.'s;: --, 91,88 W ISO ft to Broadway St ",' f

milk In top of double boiler. Add the progress of negro farmingIn ,I the same method except mix 2 Addition . ________.8 8, 23 J. W, Edwards ________ 11.80 Madl-nn S on said St .105 ft to

melted chocolate, Stir to prevent Florida Is providing an interest- ounces of calomel and 1 ounce of Lot Addition 7 I Blk 1 L. T. &: Co.'s.28 8 22 C. L. Peek aid St 103 St ft to beg_on__28 S 22 _. M._... Josephine Edwards f

lumps, and cook for 20 minutes. : Ing part of the state departmentof mercury bichloride with the sand, Lot 5BIkSL.T.&Co.'sAddition : ;: -----____ 8.43 Com 52W! ft W of NW cor
i using 6 quarts if the weather Is hot .. .... ..28 8 23 Q. of rail &: Bay St. & run
I Add vanilla and pour into molds agriculture exhibit at the American Blkse789LT&Co.'s- - --' :: SnellgroyeC. ____ 7.89 N 320 ft to land of A. L. ..

which have been rinsed In cold wa- Fair in Atlantic City. The fair I and humid.OUTLOOK. Addition - ______28 6 23 L Pick ____ i48'l Alvares thence W 121 ft t
_. Lot ?- S 316 ft to Call St
8131k14LT&Co.'s thence
ter. Chill and with I .
serve cream opened July 16 and will close Au- Addition _ ___.._-----2.1 .11 99 Annie Ma 8 K Call I St313fttobeg
or whipped cream. 26. Lot 10 Blk -- Y ennett ____ Ib.03 leoOn lot of land ,'
gust During the 40-day period SHOWS BRIGHT I 14 U T, & Co. bounded ,
Addition _ _i-------3 8 8 22 K by Edwards N by A.
f, Fluffy Chocolate Pudding more than a'million visitors from POULTRY SITUATION Lots 56759DIk16L.T. V.rna Lamb\"ohn.\ __ 16.03 Aivares :w .by Broadway L.
Proceed as under chocolate corn all of the .____ Ht & S
parts country are expect- ACo.'s Addition -% _28 8 22 Unknown 4.aO : by Mrs. Humphery I';: I I''
starch pudding with the following Lats46076e1O11BUt & Mr. Mitchell __28 I 23 TV M. Edwards -- _
ed.In Washington, D. C. -The poultry 17 L. T. Co.'s Additlon-38 8 ,23 n. F. Demoreet __ One lot of land/ 2(12( ft N & .
change: Use 2 1-3 cups milk, 5 tablespoons the booth staple farm prod- situation looks brighter, accordingto Lots 7 BIk15LT.&Co.'s"Addition ____ 16.08 S by 210 ft B W bound

corn starch, 3 egg yolks, ucts and home industries along the summer outlook just issued _ _________.28 8 23 Mn. E. B. Bennett ___ '.21 ed N by Pratt St. & K by _r
Lots 8 10 11 Blk L. Sanderson: Lane ------2$ 22'- -
y. 8 Harrell -
J. W. --
1 teaspoon vanilla and the whitesof with explanatory charts and statistics by the U. S. Department of Agriculture A Uo.'s 1I.Addition ____28UlkM. 8 33 Livingston, Truby & Co_' 1.811 One lot fronting on Broad i
3 eggs stiffly beaten. Fold In are artistically displayed. 82 July 1 the number of henson 20 XI 23 L. T. Co.'sAddition : way St bounded N by old/

egg whites last. varieties of different grains grownIn farms In the United States was Lot 3464789101112. . -:-__:_28 8 :23 C. x. Peek _ _____ 11.80 1 county* Johns jail known S by as land Kachelhfarp M. I I.

Florida, 182 varieties of forage 5 percent less than a year ago; tht Iilk 24 L. T. Co.s Ad lace -___ ---_-28 8 23 Robt. P. Jones -_ ___
PI\NT aAHOEN COU'PEAS dition-------.5$ 8 23 C. x. Peek Lot. 1 J Bm 8 ..
Cuy Park
and 36 of 8.31
crops, varieties hay are number of young chickens was 10 Lots t 2 13 of Blk 24 L. T. Sub Division -._
exhibited. Many products made at percent less. Cold storage stock Co.'s Addition . _____2
Tallahassee, Fla. Farmers in home from palmetto reeds, corn of poultry were about 40 percent Lots Co's 8 Addition II 10 Blk 25 L.__T._&28 8 .23 Livingston Division _______2S S 23 Walter J. Redman -----

this section are paying unusual attention shucks pine needles, wiregrass, etc, leas than the same date a Lot. 4 5 Ulk 27 L.- T.- & Co.'. Truby 01: Co 5.11 Lot 2 nik 3 City Park Sub ___ _
year ago Addition _________ 3' r .J Division _ _2S 22 Miller _--- -
28 23 -------- 8 E. W. ,
A; I
to fall gardens and - Starling ,
more aro shown. and 25 percent below the averagefor __ 14.14 Lo I 9 "Ik 3 City Park _

cowpeas than ever before are beIng Charts show/ that In 20 counties the last five years. Frozen egg Lots Addition S751k27LT.&Co.'s\- _ ________28 6 23 S. J. Coleman __ Lot Sub 8 Bite Division 4 City_ _Park_ _..Sub 28 '''I 22 Sirs E. K. Ferryman
for livestock feed 8.88 _.__
planted having negro extension workers stocks weer 2 below the Division
percent _.8 8 23 Frank A. SureeW
_ _______ -
Addition 38
r4 County Agent Q. C. Hodge reports. and vocational teachers 2- ,-- 8 23 -, C. x. P..le ... L II It. I
nearly 1030 mark but 12.31
above the fixe-year Lots 1 S 12 13 14 Iilk >. 1 L. , ? Dowling.. Addiction_ N38 _''
000 farmers land T A Co.'s Addition _____28 8 22 8 23 R. F. Demorest -
negro are owners average since the quantity thus C. L. reek ___ 8.88 Lots 29 au1: 33 83 34 3S 86
Pensacola Louisville & Nashville and nearly 1,000 others are tvt4Blk8LT.&Co.'sSub Blk 3 R. N. Dowllng's Addition
stored has increased .
rapidly during Division _ _
Railroad Company started farming. These negroes tenant] recent years. Lot 3 lllk 1 Lots ----6 3 & 4 Blk 22 Ron Cox _ _ __ 1.89 ''I Ttlk 1 OR.? kin's_ Addition ___!"" 8. 23.-_ Tt. F. Demorest_ _- __,"e-
211 8 33 Edward BurnsLot -
II Lot4 Blk 11 L. T. & Co.'s
contract to
$239,000 dredging deepen I 7 8 II 10 In .
ovet 10O.OOO acres. The condition of crops on July 1 Hub: Division ______2S 8 23 Everly's ___
- Addition
i channel along piers of their Livingston Trudy Co.. 4.82 -_--------U 8" 22 R. II. Starkey -
A. A. Turner
extension -} <
1 negro promised an abundance of fee!. On Lot 8BiltIILT.&Co.'s Lots l 2 15 18 lens TR 20 ft
docks. agent Is In charge of the June 15 the relative price of chick Sub Division: - _-_----28MM 8 22 Es.le Short _ 8.21 and half acre In NE cor .
ms Sarasota -- Public library lT.. Co.'e of SEVi of SEtt less B 20
opened Is
booth which the first of Its hDvMo
ens waa considerably above, and tt -
__ .,_28 3 22 -
Ella Matthews _ - --
ilia -- :. U. --------EO 8 22 X C. Sweat --
-n new quarters in former central kind to attract such attention at that of eggs slightly above, the Lot 1 Hlk: M U T. A Co.'s lit\ acres In SE'i of HEM

school: building. national fair. price of feds. compared with either Sub Division _ _______38 8 22 Ephram Thomas _ _ 1.43 .1 acre In NEVi bf sfcyt A
Lots 1 2
Blk 15 A E 33 ft Known
Tavares -- Florida Fern and De- -- 1 last year or the five-year ayer- l lots 3 4 Blk 15 lots 1 Isnd Place _as the_Butch _
velopment Company leased their Plant City Work on road No. age for the period 19231927. K 33 ft lots 3 4k 4 Blk la 1.7 acre and bounded' -Ba 2It 8 23 II. A. HooperBert --

,plant to A. B. and M. R. Edm\' ds. 17 between this city and Polk county I6LT.&Co.'ssubD1vlelon _ ___-_------*< 1 32 Annie Mack Coleman 17.72 W by by lIllt..h street Place A by RY '
Fort Myers Repair work completed line progressing. Miami All Uc 14 L. T. Cats Sub line M by N -
Beach Jamison Shade of Stays: of _ '
SEM'\ _
Llv'ln..ton S
II BogartMrs.
DlvUlon I _\. _.--23 8 22 Truby Co. I A In sw : ofSsF
on sanitary sewer emptying Chipley Star Service Cleaners Co. received 9783 contract for 163 '.154 of Slat!

into Caioosahatchee river channel installed new equipment in their shades for Andrew Jackson Junior Lot.2&4711k271T.Co.'s Sub Division, ..__->38 3 23 A. 0. Jenkins SE': .. *- -W_2_A-of," ,SE la_of 29 S U V. Torreulla -- f
2.84 -
near Hanson street. cleaning plant. High School building. Blocks 35 38 U T. A Co.'- T.-- LL klrl NW eor .t """E% of

Sub Division _ _____!$ 8 23 Livingston, Truby Co. 2.54L' SE'4ASAinSWcurot
1IEM(; 4. 8EIi _ _28 S II Edward Burns -- -

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; Overdraft July 1. 1931 -=_u1TlO.1 I 21. Twp. 6 South Range 22 East-10acres. d- med according to taw, tax deed Northeast. quarter ", lion 8, Township 7 South Range OE".t.
1)1I.! >u. T will i .Issue thereon ort the day of 8 Mouth' Hange 23 H 20 I S
nal. June 1, 1911 ______ 303.46 The assessment of said Pl'o.I'und..r September" A. D. 1931. The asHeneraent nf The """....n.ent. of said property ,
f You Know ? Ueoelpts during month. '_' ... 4.go the said certificate Issued was Dated this Bth day of August A. under the said certificate under the said certificate Issued was
+ Do Warrants during month ____ In the name of Oeo H WellcrUnless D.1931. In the name, of Leo .. In the name of 13. J. Ward.
Bal. July 1, 1931 _______u___ 308.26 said certificate shall bn redeemed ci. w ALDKRMAN. Unless said certificate Unless raid certificates shall b.
Illxt. No. H according to law, tax deed (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court deemed according to l : \ redeemed according to law. tax deed
Overdraft June 1, 1931 .______ 1 Receipts during1/ month -_....-_ 2660 of September, A. J). 1911. 8-7-S t-5-4. S" t''J'hl-'lh: 1931. August Dated A. D. 1981. '
Warrants during month ____ 39000 Date this 12th day of August, A. day Of this 18th day of July, A. D.
Overdraft July 1, 11131 ______ 467.94 Ii.: ,, S.. D. 1931. 1931.
.. . 1951 :: \OT1CM: OK APPLICATION FOIt
.N ..' ;.. -, O. W. : a.v.. ALDERMAN
: S :. 1)11.0.l 1\0. 8 O .W AX.nRH.MANSeal
.od .f.<,",. :: Bal. June 1. 1931 ____________ 42. 9Receipts ( ) Clerk,of Circuit Court.Bradford Notice Is hereby TAX "E.aD given, that L. R.Oalnev. (Seal) Clerk o' "" Clerk of Circuit. Court
,1. during month ____ 8.90 Bradford (Rent) Bradford County Florida.
11 County, holder of tax certificate
: : .>. Warrants during month ____ 21000 8-7-U-9-4. 7-124-51-8-21.
: :. .. .. $.144t9..1t. c< 'Po. NI. 60., the 6th day of August
&" .. Overdraft July 1. 1931 ______ 173.11
': ... .. A. D. 1929' has filed said certificateIn
C. ,.. .. Ittat. No. 10
and made
office applicationfor
; !'' : 'i'WA Bal. June 1, 1931 ____________ 851,84 NOT1CB OK APP"'f"TIO Foil my tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance OTIf'M OF .: .. NOTICE OF APPl.irATIOX FOIL
<;... .. ;: Receipts during month -_- ,__ 45,30Warrant. TAX with law. Said certificate T, ir. C. Wall mayor TAX I KKU '
.< during month ____ 36000 Notice Is hereby, given, that !MM. embraces the following, describedproperty Florida by virtue of aul .;:
: IJ' 't.-'I..('!!' i.. .. llal. July 1. 1931 __________. I U.14 M. L. Watternon' holder of Tax Cer.tlflcate situated. In Bradford County ed in me by law. do .. I ;jI)
DUt. No. 11 No. 354. the Sib day of August to-wlti election to be held at Notice In hereby given, that n. 3,
BaL June 1 1D31 ___________ 264.118Wa..rant. Florida, Blk' Davis, holder of Tax Certificate.No. ,
A. I). 1929. has filed .said certificate Lots 1 II 11 12 nf SO In Ward In the aforesaid city by
during month ____ 460OO) In my office" and made application City. Section 8 Twp. 7 South Range fled voters there, on i 870. the 41th day of August, A.
Receipts during month ...___ 1I 1 30 for tax deed to iBmie theie- 20W.. tember 8th. 1931 for ,D. 192, halO film Raid certificate In '
Overdraft July I, 1931 ---___ m.12 on In accordance with law. Said cer The assessment nf said property of electing the following mv office and made application for
Host. NO. ia tlflcate embraces the following deScribed under the said certificate. Issued was One Mayor. i tax deed to Issue thereon In accord.
Bal. June 1. 1931 _________ 141.23 property situated In Bradford In the name ef P. A. Crosby. Two Aldermen.One I lance with law. Said certificate embraces -
Receipts during month _____ 8.88 County. Florida, to-wlt: Unless said certificate shall bn redeemed Clerk. Treasurer I the following described property t
Warrants during month ____ 46000( Beg 663 ft. W & 221 3-10) ft N according to law tax deed. lector. I Kltuated In Bradford county .
Overdraft! July 1, 1931 ...... 10989Il ( from Southeast "0". of Section, 19 A will IsKtievthereon on the 7th day of One Tax Assessor. I Florida to-wit!
.*. No. ISBal. run N 112 430 ft W 420 A. D. 1931. One Marshal Lots 1. 2. 8. 6, '7, of Block 4. Lincoln
June If 1931 ---- 91486 Ft to bepr> tfnOJ t "SptlllIr:.. r ofl I September Dated this SIlt day of ,August A. Inspectors of said ) City Section 83. Township 1
I I Receipts during month; ?:=: :.60 Southeast quarter !Section 10 Typ. 7 D. 1931. Kemlrlck, It. S. South Range 23 Kast. \
I Warrants during month ____ 385.00 South Range 23 En..t. O.V.. ALDERMAN1.Seal Stott. The assessment of mild propertyunder ,
Bal. July 1. 1931 __________._ 549.86 The 'assessment r"a"Ih property ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court In testimony whereof the laid certificate Mimed was
: I ]>lnt. No. 15nal. under said t l tunned was Bradford County Florida. snliMcrlbe my name and In the name of Hannah Boggs.Unlexa .
J:4 ,;; . June 1, 1931 ---:-_ ---- 17026 In the name of 1* If. Bedenbaunth.Unletm 8-7-61-9-4. 'seal of the said. city to Maid certificate shall be redeemed -
.r Receipts during month h___ 91.18 said' certificate shall. be redeemed this the 4th day of according to law tax deed
Warrants during month _.... 61000( according 'to law tax deed mt will Issue. thereon on the 24th day
Overdraft July 1. 11131 _--___ 3B3.86 will issue thereon on the 14th day 'I' FOIL n. c. of August A. 1>. lOlL
, 1)1.8. No. IflBal. of September A. D. 1931.Datpt NOTICN OK IPPMrtTIOM ; (Seal) Mayor of Dated this 16th day of July, A. D.
June t. 1931 _____-_-__. 14903 this lilh day of August A.D. 'fAN DEED 8-7-61-9-4. 1931. -
Receipts during month __.... 100.20VararntH : 1931. Notice Is hereby given that Julia O. W. ALDERMAN,
*\ month 41000 W. ALDERMAN Albert, holder of 4ax certificate No. Clerk of Circuit Court
O ,
S S Overdraft r"f.; It31 __ :: 16077Ol : (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court 271. the Bth day of August A. 1.). MII'''.:.'''' !! (Seal) Bradford County, Florid
.t. No. ITBal. Bradford County Florida. 11128.! has filed suld certificate In my 7-24-5t--21.
S < slnne 1. 1931 ______.____ 76.00 8145t9ll. t office and made application for tax Notice Is heiehy given ---
S. Receipts during month ._____ 7.00 deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith and by virtue of that .,
S Warrants during" month ____ ,21235 law. Said certificate embracesthe . decree of foreclosure I
1931 ___ 130.25 NOTICI1In following described propertysituated
S. Overdraft July I. on Judge of the ,
S II 1st. No. 18 Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Judicial In Bradford county, Circuit of Florida. tn 'AX 1)1.111)
Overdraft June 1, 1911 __--. 810.DOReceipts Circuit ;Brutlfoid County, to.wltl, : tlnir. In the circuit .. -
during mont'h _u_ 77.80 State nf Florida. In Chancery.AV. Lots I and 5,, tUk. 13 FIU"I"'j Ida on Notice {rw hereby given that R. J.
WuriantH during$ month _. ..1832.86 I 3). WllllamH Hectloa 32 Twp. 6 South : fl'1uIa.Yitltll': : in ': ; Davis holder of Tax Certificate No.
Oveidiuft July 1, 1131 ______ 1705.35 Complainant. Ifl. FKDRIIAU: L.AND 26S. the Bill day of August A. D.
: iMiatnsr: *: 9iMti\a: FUI\I we. The. assessment nf said' propertyunder LUMIIIA) a coiporatlon 1028 has filed Raid certificate In my ,
\... 3 Virginia'M. Williams the said' certificate issued was plainant nml riKiiltiHt II office nnd made application" for tax: '
Bal. June 1. 1931 __________2001.(5 Defendant. In the name. of A. J. Williams. I I:!. Ciix. his: wife, .1. II kr:!; :; : : .,,,,,,1 to Issue thereon In accordance 'l
Revelptx dutlng, month -_._ 168.l It appearing by affidavit appended Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .- Jlannan, as l.xetutor: of I with law. Maid certificate. embraces
4 Wararnt. during" month _.. to the bill filed In the above-stated according to law tax deed of 1111''.. Honn f,. .. the following( deerrlhed. property .J
.4 S. Hal. July I. 11131) ________. __220063 cause that the residence of Virginia will iHHue thereim on Ilia 7th day ot and the Lawfev .. situated. In Bradford county Florida! : ',
Ul... No. Id M WllllamH. the defendant therein September, A. 1) 1931. Loan AsHoclatlcin a to-wltl :
Bal. June 1. 1931 __________ 20' .73 mimed Is unltWown, and that defendant Imtetl. this 5th duy of .AII..uat. A. defendants 2 Acres beg. : at Southeast corner ,.t
S----- Receipts during month .___ 116.70 Is over the. line of twenty- I:). 1931. The undersigned as $ of West half of Northwest quarter f-
niol.t"t''t Cauam ATjIfeiullATthls Pail'''qs' Warrants during month ___ fine yearn; It Is I theirforu. ordered Q W. ALDERMAN tp... will offer Tor sale of Southeast quarter &: run North .
'I! Hal. July I. lutl: --_ .____. 41654 that said defendant be and she (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court. the cnurthouMM door In 140 ysrds. West 70 yard. South! 140 \\"'
[ Rocky Mountain Valley"In Jiper National Park, Alberta, District No. 23 lit hereby required. to appearto Bradfoid County. Florida Idii during the legal vIle. Kant 70 yds to beg. Also Com. .
In named after The Tonquln, the Mlllng vessel In which the furling Bal. June 1, 1981 _________.10,071.08 the bill of complaint In said cause 8-7-6t-9-4. between the hours, nf .. 140 yds North of Southeast corner
expedition cent! out by John Jacob Astor, left New York toid It ece I.inn during month ... 238.81. for divorce on or before Monday the --------- --- and two o'clock P. M of went half of Northwest quarterof
Warrants during. month ---- 7th duv of Hentemlier.! A. D. 1981. N()'I'tCl'l OK 'P..U.\1.IOS roll 1he 7th day of September Houtheast run North
I AstorIa! at the mouth of the Columbia River and to establish a llal. July 1.. iSlE __________10,30989( thervllI'the', allegations-of said bill TAX" DKICH to the highest ami best 27 feet West IS air South S7 feet
ipiny that was to rival the famous Hudson Bay and North-West I hereby certify that the foregoing -I will lie taken ug. cujifeHsml by said Notice Is hereby given, that Cecil cash the fololwlng- U S3 feet to ben In Section 31 Town- t.
ling!! Companies? The expedition came to grief. The Tonquln was statement showing balances at defendant.: -* R. Moore, holder of tax certificate property situated In .. shill a South Range 22 Hunt.The .
by Indians, and the trading party after adventure the beginning: and at tho ending of It Is further. ordered that this order No. 39 U. the Oth day of August/ A. ty, Florida.: to-wlt: assessment of said property Ii.;
'ft i up many andatlonl the month herein abov. .tated. and lie published once: a week for I). 1928 has filed said certificate, The South' Half I nf tinder the said certificate Issued was. .t
made Its way overland through!! what !. now Jatper Park.: of the receipts and warrants Issued four consecutive weeks In the Bradford In my office. and made applicationfor quarter of the In the name of I.. C. HOCKS.Unless \\f,
during said month corresponds with County Telegraph a newspaper tax deed to Ixsue theteon In accordance ..".1 the. North Half nf nnld. certificate shall be redeemed '
Plant Ganus Bros. Music the records of my office, and Is true published In snld county and state. with law. Said certificateembraces (Quarter of the .. aornrdlnir to law tax deed >/;'-
City -' and correct to the best of my knowledge This AugBTTi, HS1. the following described Heotlon Twenty-four ( will Issue thereon on the 24th day ;!
Co., planning to open branch of and belief. I ai.o certify that u. W. ALDERMAN propwtv situated In llradford county Five (5) South Range. of August A. 1). 11)31.) I ;i,
ZIFF the following Is a list of all county ((8"0.1) Clerk of Circuit Couit Flnrldn.I to-wlt! (29) Hast. Dated this 16th day ,of July, A. n,
their conservatory in this district. depositories, showing the. balance In Bradford County, Florida. North 210 ft. of Northeast quarterof j. r.. D. 1031. 9,'
Lala i Mne Lewl. Cor. Madison Priest Ten Cent each at the close *" "** In first stated, and the amount Solicitor for Caivvlalnant. 7 South( Hanxe 23: 10 6 acres. W. M. JOB rom. Cleric. of Circuit /4'ourt: 8,'
--- Store building being enlarged.Fort security by each such deposltoand 8-7-61-0-4. The assessment of said property Hollcltor. for (Real',) llradford County. Florida. ;;;
Butler In amount of Interest paid or crIted under the said ceitldcate Issued was 8-7-61-9-4 .::14/i 6t-8-11.
>. Ward of Lake was Myers Heitman property each ,VNOTIC'F1
during said by s .
In the name. of S M. Trlest.UnlttHH ,
ection last Friday. selected as site for construction of depository on account of cum >OTI('II said certificate shall be re* ,
dally balances or time deposits.Wltnefts In Circuit Twenty-Sixth Judicial MArrnifMHereby "" OI' AI'I'l.iniTlOV: Poll -'
J 0. Dennison and son War- new post office building. my hand this 30 day of I circuit.urth I.: County, will deemed iNHtie according theieoti"" on to the law 7th tax day deed of TAX DICED '"
land Jacksonville Runways at local June 1931. State of Florida. In Chancery. ,,
Mr. John Taylor of Mid. September, A. D. 1931. notice Is -- 'A'
1 spent last Friday and Satur- airport being Improved. A. J.Supterlntendent.GRIFFIS.County A. J.I. Martin Complainant. Dated this 6th day of August, A. tier. and by virtue of Notice" i In hereby .given that n. J. ,".(,'
American D. 11131. nal decree of foreclosure Davis, holder of tax certificate No .10'
Tarpon Springs vs.Lucy
pere. C. Martin. n. W. ALDERMAN; V. Long. Judge Pro hag 23ir the 4th day of August. A. D. \:
tier J H. Kelley Miss Martha Hellenic Sponge Co. opened offices Defendant. (Soul Clerk of Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth 1 1 Judicial I 1024, has, filed said certificate In my
here. ()'.'J.1 ().' PPIir\TU' Foil It appearing by affidavit appendedto llradford County, Florida Florida III end for office and made application: for tax f
mle Groover and Mr. Mlnzle I' T.\X ICF.II 8-7-6t-9-4. In (Chancery deed to Issue thereon accordance. I'
the bill filed In the ahov..t..t.d"aull. r iily:
: : I. :
er 1 all attended church last Canal Point Bank of Canal Notice It hereby g-lven that ]1. B that the residence of Lucy ('. of .Tulv A. D. with law. Maid certificate! embracesthe
Point reopened for business. Rapp and Martha $app. holderx of Martin the defendant therein named, isoiicn OK ..U'Pt.I'I'IO\" .' of Joseph H. Wilson .. following: described property situated Il
tax certificate No. 282. the 4th day for llradford County .. In Bradford Florida .
layI Is unknown and that defendant TAX hEED county, ,
a. Dennison has returned St. Augustine King Street of July. A. D. 1927 has filed mid. Is over the age of twentyone Notice Is hereby given-that Cecil ation a.. .romplalrmnt. to-wlt: 4'
B home after spending: several bridge connecting this place with certificate In my office and made years; It Is therefore o..d..d'i' R. Moore holder of tax certificate John Msgyarl and Houtheant quarter of Southwest
West St. Augustine to be Improved. application for tax deed to IHMUC. that said defendant be No. 374. the'" h duy of August, A. hi. wife as defendants.The quarter Section .15 Township South! 1"
i here. thereon In accordance with law In hereby requhed to appear : D. IIU'I\ has filed mild. certificate In said Special' ''nW ; :: 1 tun He 21 East 40 acres. '.
W. S. Ray and children of Said certificate embraces the. following to the bill of complaint filed in saidcaime I my office and made' application for for sale In front. the Thea ssesiiment of said property .
de..c..lTie'd property situated for divorce on or before Monday tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance door ,In St. rke. Florida, under the said .erIUloal.l.aued, was .9
Ie. Ga., are spending a COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT' In Bradford County. Florida to-wlt: the 7th day of September, A. D. with law. Said certificate embrauei legal hours of sale In the name of 11111... Moore.Unlese .
i here with her parents Mr. MONTHLY .NAN"L sr,''TRHCIIXT Deg at SouthweMt. corner of Houth-. 1931. otherwise the allegations; of the following. described prop. hours of eleven. A. M. said. certificate. shall be redeemed -
COUNTY went quarter of Northeast quaiterft be confessed situated In Uradfoid clock 1' M on Monday I law, tax deed '
SCHOOL FUNDSBradford said bill will taken as erty County
Kn{ J. W. Lewis. ft of A. I). :"oCth: :otgn
run Kant 571 3-4 ft. North 800 by said defendant.It Florida to-wltt Heplvmher will the 24th day
and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Went 671 3tt.. South: 800 ft. to beM' Is further ordered that this order Southwest quarter of Northeast highest and best bidder of August A.' 1">. 1931. ,
tar Lula Mae of here and Mr. county for the month of Section. 84. Twp. 6 South. Hange 22 be published nnne a week for quarter Except 4 acres on l IOlnt side following described, Dated. this 15th day of July A. D. :
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June East-11 acres. four consecutive weeks In the Bradford & Southeast quarter of Northwest ed In Bradford, county, 1931.
s i Lewis ot Jacksonville spent School Fsjnde The aHHvssnient' of snld. property County Telegrnph. a newspaper quarter Section 81-7-13-11 acres. with: 1'I O. W. ALDERMAN
Overdraft June 1931 ______3737.01 issued : The. North Tin If of the .
eek at Ga. withd under the aalocertlfloate. published I In Maid county and state. The assessment ot said I property Clerk. of Circuit Court
Hinesville. Receipts during month ....1606337 of Unknown. of the Southeast Quarter .
was In the name This August 4th, 1931 under the said certificate l Issued was Bradford County, Florida.
d Mrs. .'W. Lewis, daugh. Warrants during; month -.0373.54 Unless said certificate nhull be redeemed O. W. ALDERMAN In the name nf Mrs L. It. Kalch. Thirty-four. (:14), ' ) '7-34-6t-8-Jl. I"
at Kra-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bal. July 1. un ._________,S89.73 according to law tax deed (Seal) rink' Circuit Court. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed South Range ,,'.1
D..t. Me. 1 will UHUe thereon on the 14th day of }oJ. M JOHNS, Starlte. Fla. according to law tax deed except therefrom Five (
Bal. June 1. 1831 __________ 593.72 .,4"
Ray. September. A. I>. 1931. Solicitor for Complainant. will issue l thereon on the 7th day of the form of a. square In iNFORMATION FOR HInDERS ON
and I Mrs. J. O. Dennison and Receipts during month __.._,. 3.19Wa..ranta Dated this 12th day of August 8-7-61-9-4. September! A. D. 1931. east Corner. IHOATINU .y..EM
month __.. 230.00Bal.
J. L.
A. 1>., 1931. Dated this 6th day of August A. -
en i of Midway and Mrs. I. Vv7 July 1, 1931 __________ 411.91 O. W. ALDERMAN.Seal D. 1931. .
n..t. Ne. B Clerk of Circuit Court. NOTICI3 OK APPLICATION Foil n M JOhNS Healed lropoa.l" or bids for boiler
and daugbter, Marion, all Bal. June 1, 1931 __________ 652.23 ( ) Bradford County. Florida. .- TAX JIltED>: (Seal Clerk O. W.of ALDERMAN Circuit Solicitor. for I tabor : LI.r .tdha heating system ,,,
the last of this week here Receipts during month _.___. 2.01Warrants 8-14-51-9-11. Notice Is hereby given that Cecil I ) Bradford Florida.Court 75t4.. In the High .
their during month _......1500.00Overdraft R. Moore, holder nf tax certificateNo. 875t94. County. School Building, located at Starke, ti
| parents. July 1, 1831 ___n_ 886.76 863, the 6th day of August A. NOTICE OK '''' Florida will be received until noon.
iiist. NO. a is OUCH or "'PP..U"'TIO'" FOIl D' 1934, has filed Maid I certificate In Monday, August 17 1931 at the office
Bal. June 1. 1931 ___________296228 TAX I>KKI> my office and made application: far NOtICE OK APPLICATION\ .' TAX ))EEI) of upt.rintendent ok School; .* of
rt t Pierce Receipts during month ___ __. 380.51 Notice In hereby given that Qeo. tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance TAX UKKU Bradford County.The .
Resurfacing un- Warrants during month .....3324.57 A. & Debbie Usrdlner holders of tax with law. Said certificate embraces Notice) Is hereby given that Cecil Notice Is hereby given I proposal should be Inclosed /
f ay on approximately 46 miles haL July 1, lim __________ 18.12 certificate No. 267. the 6th day of the following described. property R. Moore holder of tax certificateNo. Colsnn, holder of Tax ''I In a sealed envelope addressed to the
fate road No. 8 between Kiaee DI.t. No. 4 August A. D. 1939. bus. filed said situated In llradford. County 409. the 6th day ot August. A. 29. the 4th day of July, Hoard ot Public Instruction, Uradferd .
Bal. June I. 1931 __________ 522.42 certificate In my office and made Florida. to-wltl I 11. 1929: has filed said certificate In has filed said certificate I I County and endorsed. "I'ropnsal "
river and this city. Receipts during month ___ 4.10 application for tax deed to Ixmio' Southwest: quarter of Northwentquarter my office and made application for and made application for Heating" to be opened August
I Augustine Owen Buick Co. Warrant during month .... thereon In accordance with law. Section'21, Twp. 7 South I tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance to Issue thereon. In 17, lOa!, and delivered to the office
Bal. July 1. 1931 __________ 52S.U Raid certificate .embraces the following Itange 23: 10. 40 acl..... with law Bald certificate l embracen law. Maid certificate. of the Superintendent, :
fed sales and service station ....t. NO. a described property situatedIn The asspsaqmentto5 said property I the following described property following described. v..op The building- and heating systemas
F'rner' of Granada and Cedar Bal. June 1, 1931 ___________ 757.78 I Bradford County Florida tn-witi: under the said certificate Issued was situated In Bradford County ed In Bradford. county It now stands; may. be inspectedby y.
ts. Receipts during month ______ 197.37 Northwest quarter of Houtheastquarter In 'the. name of J. 11 Ilanks.TTnloHH Florida to-wlt: I wltl: arranging" with Superintendent, r
Warrant. during month 276 10 of Southwest quarter section Bald' certlflrHte shall he r.- Kant half of Hoitlhwenf quarter of lint 8. Block 21, Ward The job herein referred to calls "
for a oomplote satisfactory heating. ,
" / *' system,, guaranteeing same to heat .
) DAMiT"-: from 20 to 70 degrees with approximately , "
By Charles 1800 ft. of radiation.
All bids to be anoompanled by certified
check cent of bid '.
The :luf5bfd"J'fI shall males

1 bond for the full amount, o! contract
So' ,IVE fSEEM HE within ten days after the Board has
APeD TH5Y ] notified him that he I Is the successful
I[THt MArJ. WHO AFTEftPOON bidder.'S'
I OV.N& THAT "*VKf4'T The Board reserves the right to
I OUGHT I .rti1owN1 I reject any or all bids.
? SIC-M 1C D. HAY Chairman '
TO DE T ...tMGIL& Board Public! Instruction
C 'S Bradford County.
I fOE, A. J ORIFFIS! Secretary
to Hoard and Bupt. of Schools.
4 : b'7.. 1.17lIt.8H.NO'.ICI' .
,. -f"J\-H O ir J . - -=- ]) TO MFIITOH AND RED
,, !IV < ; -= ITOIIS
\, -= i; - Notice I.a hereby given that all
creditors, legatees, distributees and
,0o"t..1'lr.l all persons having claims against
the estate of J. W. Alva..... deceased -
.,_ .0.- ..
INrtJ .9.
-.. -'----- - are hereby required to present
O ", a'V.. w.::_, __ .- their claims, duly ...authenticated to
the lion Oeo. A. CJardlner, county
Judge of'Bradford County, Florida,
k l for his approval within one year
from date hereof or this notice will
be held In bar thereto And all persons .
Indebted to said estate are re*
quested to pay their said debts
,':! forthwith to the undersigned. -4
This 3rd day of July. A. D 1931.
I N. D. WAINWl11f7ITExecutors ,
Estate of J. W.
7-2-9t-S-24 Alva...., deceased.


Notice Is hereby given that" allcreditors
legatees, distrlbutses and
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ttif.y Jkzz r UEY. I I C$ COtJr2"'., TIoIc;.'( ) / / all persons estate. of having Anna Murrhee againstthe deceased

' d- ) .... I I QUIT picit'"' I i.I MIGNTA' COM!: tQQM I I their, are hereby claims, required duly authenticated to present \

MAIt'TI2kTJ/ !: ) !; 1 I %D- 0' M"- '.. LT o.ll DO i BUT-I to the lion. Oeo. A. Gardiner,

UDING N''II' PApti2CIA.AToON I You'AE IH A I-_ ,____ county Florida, Judge for his of approval Bradford: within county one,

> GUAaANTtED DANGEROUSjjte ? year from data hereof, or this notice -
f will be held In bur thereto. And
POSITION all persons Indebted to said estate
EXCAVATION H'" ?, ... requested to pay their said debts
IS STARTED forthwith to the undersigned.This .
--- 3rd day of July A. t> 1911.
Otn ST 'M"D Admlnstrator. Estate. of Anna O.
ClTI2i"t) ':IrAQT 'x. ..' 739t2._Murrhee deceased

AvAr1I.1G Jo: T NOIICH TO IIKirroill AND:'\ CIIFlI.1'1911S -
at T M\I;
lCNuMNT/ I Notice Is hereby given that all
ZCr 1b 1:1: ," creditors legatees, distributees
t) ON MAIM'' and all persons having claims
':i'Tl?" r.QOI against the estate of -no"h: Orlffls.
deceased are hereby required' to
present their claims, duly authenti
to the Hon. Oeo. A. llardlner.
county Judge of Bradford: county.
Florida for his approval within one.
) 1Hk : from dal. hereof or this no
b.AIL'i-, .... Lice will he hell In hap thereto. And
toQ LOCAL // '\ ', .. persons Indebted) to said estate
'''5 Q' ... requested to pay their said debt
forthwith to the undersigned.

I f1.. This 3rd day. of 1fA5zt9laRIpTIs July: A U. .

I. __ -- eAl'l '''nl.*' trlx. 'Estateof Knock
-.-i-t driais, deceased. .

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'Bradford Telegraph by well paved highways should GETTING BUSINESS ,. SUCCESSFUL -
I N n County have a similar law enforced.-Win-
I ; Ii I! From Other Pens ter Park Herald. '. HOMEMAKING IIAIIJPTON

Established 1877Published GLOOM BEHIND USBy .::: Ade NInrM G,
n-.n.-ii ., ., .1.1.. ... -o--

((1. Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I No one can always be right- Of Mutual ,Advantage ey ORACI VIAIL OKAY .Rev. and .
(Lake Reporter) ROME C. STEPHENSON F M.
g ,' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Starke Telegraph. But no one City HAPPY BREAKFASTS as their guests for 'I''YIot,
Erection of road signs along PmU.WAmerkas BakriAi.clat(.. the
t loses by trying: his best to always Boree and family

4 I E. S. Matthews ___?_________'-______ Owner and Publisher be right.-Bronaon Journal.o state of highway diverting'automobile No.. 28, for the traffic pur- THERE Is a such depression a thing as Just over-as ,, To should start the by day rights properly be the breakfast happiest . vile Mr DeWitt of J

j J. C. Robinson _________________-_______ Managing Editor -- pose there Is of over-etajlng a boom. meal of aU. In too many vU ted Mr and sans of
# You can't gain by losing-your: over this new and Imposing highway DeWtt'!
r o y e reonll. households, however, it is a mad Elsie a\IIJ\
It' at RATE temper-Starke Telegraph. Nor has been proposed by the dence make scramble end dash as the different Mrs. Sparkman and her

SUBSCRIPTION by writing: a book. They found. State Road 28 Association. Ac- the great majority . members of the family swallow Jennie Roper and Mrs ol
Months 75c-Payable in Advance that out In Bible days.-Bronaon miss the their food quickly and streak off i McDonald
Yearly, $1.50; Six Journal. I. cording to present plans five signs In to ''school or to the duties of the Miss Clara May sasaer
turn a
Advertising Rates on Application are to be erected at strategic loca. boom, and un day. leaving mother behind feeling been visiting Miss Mary \I'bo B
words exhausted and flurried<< to start Faver, left for
sometimes havea her
Honeyed maintained for home
[tlons and are to be derconfidence with I u, V
t in them. Starke Tele- ta, Ga., last
1'' allies of undertakers. sting makes them Saturday
a'' Bootleggers are valuable a year. Most of this Is 'due to mismanagement Mrs. ,
,; graph. And are to be taken for miss It Indeprel8ion. a A. J. Griffls! of Stark ,
1 Funds for the erection of these und bad training. Inflexible
visiting here
i" o Just what they are worth rather A order last Saturday 1
) system, and *
t't'r f. I roaming cattle. than at face value.-Bronson Jour signs are sought from the counties ]leading New regularity noon.
has declared war on will overcome i touch of this early
t Duval county
; y nal. most directly benefited-Columbia York banker morning contusion tVell-piannerl, Roscoe May, of New Ori(1,
1 o --- Bradford. ,Clay, Union and when asked recently Interesting and. tastefully served La., Is spending this week with(

eliminate the word "no" from their vocabulary.o If you don't like the warm Putnam. Supplementary contribu- when heR breakfasts will do the rest. Don't'alwnys mother. Mrs. H. D May R,
Peddlers weather In Florida try the heat tions toward the expense will no : c. STBPHBNSON could'tell thata serve "(he same thing for born and reared at Hampt \
o somewhere else. Starke Tele- doubt be mado"by' Volusla' Orange turn for the breakfast and show. the family, nt has a host of friends here *ti1

should make good poll graph. Then probably you can bet- and other counties that are only better had come, said. "About three least two or three times u week, alway glad to see him J
thinks dentists that It is worth
One state writer a little effort to"h'e Mrs. E.
ter appreciate Florida's balmy indirectly benefltted.The'various months after'It has happened. B. McDonald of
the Rood seml-oft Jack,
clay n
4'' ticians. breezes. Bronson Journal.0 governing bodies of There Is more significance In that ,1 nerving a delicious hot. bread, fresh by villa addressed the office

1 I o -- the five counties, Including those remark than appears on the sur from the oven. teachers of the Hampton, Bu,.
We had banked strongly on Rep. of'the cities, will be asked to appropriate face. As more and more ''manufacturers How' about a quick coffee cake, church and Sunday school lasts

{ s', A fortune awaits the manufacturer of an automobile with Wainwright of Bradford but temp- small Bums. The aggre- and business men realize for example? This Is how It is day afternoon at 3 p. m shi
i.i l tation was too strong: for him to gate of these appropriations will that the turn has already come and made: e meet with the Sunday school

1 t horse sense. resist. He Introduced his first and be adequate to partially establish that they are over-staying the time I tbsp. fat 1 Sunday at 10 a. m. and comfcrl
Y O .i only bill July 23 thus breaking a the road in the minds of tourists, to adopt constructive policies, they I ..If-rlilngr' tbap.egacups sugar teachers training class throuttf

ta do not believe in deceiving their wives because perfect record for 93 days.-Uma- many thousands of whom will be begin cautiously to press their selling flour \ cup milk thaiweek.'f

1 Some men tllla Tribune. Intent upon finding a short route campaigns, to speed up their Cut rub .Mr C. E. Harper and heri.
; or the fat Into the flour
I ;4 it's impossible. ----a- from the Lake City gateway to the production, to enlarge their workIng beat the enl with the sugar and; Mrs Henrietta Evans left

i o Automobilists cannot say they solid central section of Florida, and forces and increase their commitments rub t It, add It to the milk. Add this Sunday for Leaksville, Miss,
admission 40 have .nor been relieved.-Starke eventually to the sea. for supplies.; It la the liquid to the flour spread the bat they will be the guests of I
/ 'Lyceum will present "Doorway to Hell, Telegraph.. Yes of nearly every- Columbia county and Lake City gathering weight of their Influences ter in a greased pan until one-half relatives and friends.

cents.-News item. thing. It would be a fine day for will profit from such an Investment that finally raises the ;pressure .of Jnch thick, cover with a top mix- Mr. Lee Parker and family,,
the other interests of the state if to an equal extent with Pa- confidence ture and bake In a hot oven (400 spending this week with Mr ,
I e a-, they carried all the tax burdens. latka and Putnam county, Starke The surest way to bring the nation degrees F.) for fifteen minutes. ker's parent Mr and Mrs j P,|

i t 7 : it not never see checker players in front Bronson JournaL and Bradford county; Lake Butler out of the business depression .The top mixture consists of four :Parker of Florahome.
Believe or you
is to tablespoonfuls
raise butter, tablespoonful
1 thepressure ot public one -
and Union county and Keystone -.--
ai of a store that advertises. Hard come because It's Heights and Clay county. At first confidence to the point of becoming cuptul'confectioners'self-rising flour, one-half Pine Castle Extension alt

harder to pay debts than It Is to glance this may not, seem BO, as a real dynamic force. It baa teaspoonful cinnamon, sugar two ,dozen one tar supply service of Orlando t C:j

tvj ta ,'y a'i' hints is to be careful in selecting make them Is the opinion of the It might be reasoned that motorists force Invariably been the push of that raisins or currents. Rub the butter Cues plant to this place sougtt!]
'l S' One of the Starke Telegraph. Perhaps a better will come into Lake City regard which) started' recovery Into the flour, sugar and,I cinna delegaUon of local citizens
li books and your friends. state ment would be "when It'. less' of the route they/ select in In the past, and It }"* the gathering mon. Press the raisins into the : -

your harder to pay debts than make leaving it. 1' c: power of this forcaiwblch., will start coffee cake batter at regular Inter. Pensacola Three new _

' i a them.-Bronson Journal. Superficially this. reasoning is recovery from thla, depression.,_ vaJs, and sprinkle this mixture j buildings will be erected hen?]
the twenty-seven ;Florida editors correct. it It Is'a tavorable'Ilgn ot the over the top. short time.
,;1 Wanted-A list ,of --o---- Actually is not whenIt The
times that there seems to be aroma of this delicious brenk-
general -
.' a vacation in Cuba. Dade county carries the biggest is considered that tourist drive ] agreement that the bottom fast bread flouting uptttalrs Is betTo -
spending delinquent tax list In the state and north from the south and east as ot the South Jacksonville Guy '
depression; has been reached
.. o Bradford has the smallest.-Starke well as south and east from the and all Seashole, mortician, leased lit.

Funny but when prices on 'cigarettes' advanced prices to Telegraph. Perhaps Dade county north. Reciprocity must be practiced ahead eyes for are the peeled first Indications and lookIng dwelling of :Mrs. P H Lcitl

folks will be able to pay up now, If we are to expect the com- that the southeast corner of St Jotuuil
turn for the better ia In
: farmers for the tobacco dropped. since they have their races and munities along the route south of sight. Who knows but what the nue and Magnolia street form|

o betting Bronson Journal. here to be as diligent In sending first thing we know we will find |, uary.
-_ UWomen tourists back through Lake City
is suffering more ourselves looking backward Insteadof
Titusville Star-Advocate says ]Florida object to men wearing when they start home, as they forward as we realize that the

from land barons than barren lands. pajamas on the streets because would expect us to be in sending turn has already come.
they appear too cool and comfort- them over the short route when GAIETY

0 able.-Starke Telegraph. Yes, theydo their destination is central state or start the day right, breakfast

i, The Wickersham committee seems to be willing to continue like to apropriate all the good east coast. Lake City and Colum- BANKERS FAVOR should llclous hot b. a coffee happy cake meal.fresh A de-
y things for themselves and deny I. bia county, by working with the
funds continue. oven, will make
. long as breakfast
investigating as ,
them to mere man.-Bronson Jour- other counties"traversed by highway the happiest
i GRADUAL occasion. The homemaker ALL, TALKING
--0 nal. No. 28, will build up a friendly CHANGENational using ready-prepared or STARKE

H _. pushing'the ordinary auto- -e-- I feeling that will pay large divi- self-rising flour can have such a
Deaths by plane accidents are F, Scott McBride, superintendent. dends. coffee cake for her breakfast

; : mobile casualty lists to the inside pages of dailies of the Anti-Saloon League, warns Tourists, en route out of Flor- Commission Believes Friday & Saturday
the drys against the nomination of ida If directed to the Jacksonville Local Sentiment ter than a down gongs or shout
-0--- Governor Franklin Roosevelt for gateway, may or may not come Should Govern Evolution ings to get the family down to August 14-15

I ,,1 Tallahassee issued a report of the daily consumption of the presidency, The democratsare through Lake City. There are In Methods ,of breakfast on time lAnd N. Foster and Carole Lam\
not coffee
nothing. not going to measure the qual- many other thoroughfares than No. Conducting only coke, but all
r water during the legislature, proves sorts of (delicious hot breakfast bard In
ifications of their nominee next 1 that they might seelct. Those, Banking. breads,' such as waffles
griddlecakes :
a the however that routed ovef' 28 .- "IT PAYS TO
year by prohibition yardstick, are doughnuts/ and hot rolls are
Since trucks have taken the highways why not fit some despite Mr. McBride and his opinions. will not only come this way but IF substantial changes are to be easily unit' quickly) made! by the use ADVERTISE"Monday
.-Ocala they'will also effect a considerable brought about In branch banking .' of self-rising soft wheat flour. And(
+, of them 'with flanged wheels and let them take the railways ? Star.o saving in distance, for which they In the United States they In addition It saves from 23 to 40() -

a From a seat In the senate of will be grateful. should originate within the states per cent of one's time In mixing & Tuesday

the Florida legislature to a seat In The proper advertising of high- rather than from Washington on them when time Is the essence of 1718"MOROCCO"
i.. Prohibition officers are after "grape bricks" these days, the house of representatives of the way No. 28 will rapidly popularizeit Iner-!etete lines as proposed in success Self-rising with 'the flour morning' )lIeal. August

claiming they develop more horsepower than the Volstead act United States congress Is the at* thereby contributing to prosper- "trade area" branch banking plans, wheat !flour to which I"the only miller soft has
tentlon of Dr, Maxey Dell of ity of this immediate section. a recent repert of the Economic added pure mono-calcium plios- WithMarlene

allows. Gainesville, who has announced as Money spent in such a cause wouldbe Policy Commission ot the American phate, and bicarbonate of sodn DietrichAll
"y", 0 a candidate from the second dis well placed. .-. Hankers Association declares. which U really baking ponder, find
trict. Dell seeks to wrest the toga --0.-.0---: Such changes, It adds, "should develop unit for seasoning. So: it l Is after
j.. ft the coming winter.helps the sheep owner' like the iceman of Lex Green, who has served the evolutionary rather than nil a ready prepared"pre' .leu veiled Talking
there'll lot offecratlhvng revolutionary ." flour, Ideal for Western Electric Sound Sji)
be BANK breakfjist
a stayo{ !
I was put on his feet this summer, district for a number of years and EMPLOYEES "The extension ,jj branch use. PRICES 13o 40o
+ ahead of .. who succeeded Frank Clark to that < banking
<< .us through state
\ aclbn( would
post. Clark has announced as : mean
\1 SENT TO .SCHOOL that stated '
not .
permltlng state
,0 candidate, for congress from the ''banks r.
have f
to' :
.. branches
Prickly pears have spoiled many a person's appetite state at large. Den Is;. now ,sefv-- '_ ' rr t_ ,. x t''*," : .: cloBeIy'festrtcfJd| ' / them, would or 'else In

'fb}. i fij,+ooil picniq, dinner just Is they finished getting comfort of Ing;the his.state second senate.term-as Tallahassee a member Mcdern ,Science: Financial 'dlvldualiy' liberalize their laws as w

'' aiong.side. and Management Methods :an expression ,ot changing local
: bTY' !eated!' > ? Dally Democrat '
r desires and
n_ Taught Throughout conditions, and this
--- "" doubtless would Insure
) Country, a deliber
There is
much activity reportedin 'ate, evolutionary Rol/eJ
process. the
: Voters shouldn't mind double-crossing by officials somuth the Sanderson section at this says. "The report
Araetlciui;; other
4 institute! of Dank- method,,
a /' 9 most of them do some finger-crossing when promising time the strawberry in making season preparations Mr Wm for, TIlE Section of the American would that tIs, through Federal action,
to vote for the candidates. us flanker Association conducts 23 a sweeping change for
tells that ?
1 Craig there Is being the country
, a large acreage put out and the tlou granting branch
I I I In as banking pow. .
cltlop throughout
people generally in that sectionare ers to national
Che editor the best change that could country. One large city, chapter banks In all states,
newspaper says, looking forward to a good crop regardless of local
has almost sentiment
,' be made in this country is the election of a Democratic president season. A. J. Dormant tells us that combining formal students theoretical, who are would, of course, Induce equivalent %
he has a splendid stand and unless and branch
and.that will likely happen next year. the fall rains come In sufficient ;practical banking{ {studies with their ,every state banking In the enactments Union ia OF VALUE HAS
dally working experience and not now
I. -0 quantities to do It damage his crop places have these' schools' with other a' permitting or really wanting state BEEN TAKEN" ; '
will be good. In other sections of banks to
with two,women'companions kissed thousand to two thousand1\ branches In order to
A man driving a .car the county also we hear good reports In addition students.\ keep them on acornpetltlve
v them wrecked the and injured the other woman. the ( there: ; are fifty study "We And equality.:
one of car on strawberry acreage groups; In smaH communities some bankers wbo feel '
;ir She sued and collected ,twelve thousand dollars. Moral: Don't and the looks of the crop at this some 6,000 eDrdlfments.". All with told bat a proper stimulus to the devel It can.just as easily. happen to I
time. We hope It will be successful over oe{ bpment of branch banking i. '
> would "
\ be
play favorites. In every way. Macclenny these courses-trot only clerks taktkg given by the Federal Government you I Isn't, it worth a few:cents .,
-0 Press. taking the Initiative j*. ,
officers! and through
even senior grant-
S Pinellas county wants to abolish the strap in her!,! schools, -0--- cers In more advanced! work. Ing lines broader privileges within state a week, to keep your important ,
I Sheriff Cahoon of Duval to national
i county The work of the 'Institute bat banks than they
patting this duty on the parents. Too many parents have has announced that be will strictly been declared to be ".. dynamic now enjoy. It Is argued that state papers and valuables in a safe

a abolished the strap at home and expect the teachers to rear enforce the provisions of the "no- economic force pouring Into bank- governments could then follow suit '
fence" law that prevails In that Ins a broadening deepening streamof as to state banks and that la this place' ,Profit by the experience
their children. j county. Any kind of live stock better qualified bankers than way 'a more- progressive branch '"!<''

'I o roving the highways of Duval will could be developed mereljt by the banking attitude might be promoted of others, . A Bank.of Starke ,
1'' DeLand officials allowed a prisoner, serving a six months be taken up and Impounded the daily workings o( banking Itself" by the national banks taking the .1 .
owner of such live stock will be and it has been suggested that lead. While we do not deny that' Bank'lfox' ,is fire-proof andthiefjprooff
failed to return
and married and he .
sentence, to get oft get obliged to pay 75 cents per day every bank worker:should be com there [may'' be some merit In this

after the ceremony., lIe probably decided one sentence at a for every day the stock Is kept in Jelled to combine Institute courses view as to some specific localities r

time was sufficient;. the pound In addition to the cost with his work. A goad many banks we stand firm nevertheless on the /
i of feeding. If any live stock own. i now make It parts of the contract or'I principle that no such grant of \
0 er persistently refuses to keep his i employment that an employee shall powers to national banks should ,
i 1) i Times-Union editor says farmers should never kill birds stock under fence, be may be judged undertake to ''remtpr-. himself pro, j cross state lines or exceed the prlv Nu

'aa- only bugs and worms with strawberries for des \ guilty of a misdemeanor and flelent and trustworthy In. bonking llegers that state legislatures. could
fined by taking jns! tule i would grant to state
or Imprisoned. Any livestock work and others banks.
-sert. The T-U editor has never had a strawberry patch
watched robins eat a ten-course dessert daily. be advertised for sale at public education turret of I banking<< t II 'choice between these two ppaslble t There are onl)stroP:

auction after three days and within pr-rwq\iI8Itasto'promotion.&;.PisJ\e:\ .'courses'' of extending branch bank T key to your f
o ten days the sheriff can sell such are being,fpe4!, to make the 'fog 'iterif' pot"hp'to bankers they box. We have one *
a +i4f metals tt is'not of special benefits would be other!' For
\ In these days of low-priced Impounded animals to the highest ,of banking! education generally opposed to any you the My

: i importance, but the Clermont Press accomplished a feat whenit bidder, deducting: Impounding through this organization more I lni forcible+ Imposition of branch bank year this proteetio"nominal.
generally tm .
with ol metal else the charges and .court cost and returning available In the rural jbe states tar \Qgh theme S
tax sale ,70 pounds I
set ten-page anything left to the orig districts. .- dtupiW. Ua, nation-! ) tank system L
from working on the tax list.emu j W believe It would be
proofreader was ,
weary preferable
inal owner of the stock If the
\ cajh. Winter Haven = fd?' "
t Federal chem- any change ) ,
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located. A important feature -w
+ very jets will start work In, newly erected through tile ,
moral gradual
: Duval county tore up the plan of gas. tax division two of the Duval county "nofence" Citrus by-products laboratory democratic method *of the and
ifs law Is that all of states
:years' ago and this time Hillsborough county plans to attack live stock that Is at any owners time at soon. lag granting theIr banks branch bank. The STARKE
Why draft laws and have them powers state by state where If. BANK of
the gasoline law. not new large on the public highway are Tarpon Springs -Widening and and as local conditions and

paaitrd upon by the supreme court before going to the-trouble financially Uve stock liable for any damagesuch -repaying of Eagle street Orange tent might be ready for a change sentl-" AN HONOR ROLL BANKE.
i may causes Everycounty street to
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