Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02338
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Gas Tax Plan I New ForestryStep 1 I. REPUBLICANS 1\ First \Woman To I II I Rev. Catts Files 1 S'I'tNDAR.DVILL Cut Is Forecast ,I' ,

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PRESIDENTKansas On Primary VoteI Stundard. Oll Compnny will Member CoiniiiUxlon KxprrU lteoo II. .

Finance BondsHininrnts Director American AsNori'atloiiOomhiK London, June 18.--The trans- I start work within a few days on thlt't Ion In H -f rigernt t Ion ,ILI -

o to Klntc"' on Juno 31.: Atlantic monoplane Friendship, of flltliYk\ ma- ('hnrK">w, on I'loriilulro
carrying the first woman ever to I "in'gulisril<< In $9 ('0111111 I is In the erection it new Project to> He : City June 16.The Republican I lion on the corner of Temple ave-
on Jacksonville. June 20.-Another span tire Atlantic by air. landed "SUito' Ho HIIJH.Declaring 'i
streets. It will occupy -
for I and Pratt
inxMtsl by Commissioners, I step in, forestry preservation will convention Is over at Burry Port, Wales, at 12:40 title the lot recently purchased A 10 per cent reduction in rt- ;..I
but the Street sweepers.< \ corner ,
(h'I l1 II\ ,June 37-28 be taken in Florida within a short everybody The delegates who for four p. in., today just 20 hours and 49 the primary election from l'V.. I Hayes by the f Iteration!; charges on fruits. '

I time It was announced today by tried with varying success to 1' minutes after taking off from Tre- Just closed "was the cultlmatlon Standard Oil CompAny, and It Is vegetables, berries and melons 1 '

,v Tune 19.-The de- S. Bryan Jennings: chairman of days their seats In Convention hall, pussey Newfoundland. of the greatest orgy of political understood will he In charge of From Florida points to other sections I' I ,

ID'( 1 ids of Florida Bounties the state commission.W. find their home after nominating The plane which had been sighted ; corruption) the state of Florida has Kriol: ) Alvtt res: In anticipated by Mrs It UKaton .,,,

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1)1') discussed at thaLnt D. C., director of education ot for president and vice presi- steamship America. landed In er governor and again a candidatefor this year by the Simulant OH railroad commission, information :
| ,. \u' Florida Association the American Forestry association. Kansas: senator was Hurry inlet because of a shortage; the odlce! through his cam Company will occupy! t tha corner from Tallahassee says. '

| arch( > ''I County Commission- is due to reach the state soon to dent. The the first ballot at of fuel, Wllmer Shills the pilot, paign.; manager!;", J. V. Burke of lot on iliad
fa), ..Mala, June 27-28 Is put take up with the Florida Forestry nominated final on session yesterday bringing his_ ship down without Jacksonville has placed\ protest I and It la understood the plans tall > ixl from the state capitol, me,1\' .

II 'he opinion of prom- association the expenditure of the brief 1,052 to difficulty close: to shore. Miss Amelia with the state democratic canvassing tOt.. one of I he most completely litton that the reduction would be, I .,,. '

(I' vurk bond houses said large sums ot money In educating afternoon. The vote was \ Karhart Boston social worker I boa rc1. equipped stations to bo found In ordered by the Interstate commerce L ',
v made unanimous -
| unit secretary-manager of people of the state In the necessityof 34. This was welcome went and co-pilot ot the plane came The petition called upon J. Il. Ibis section of the state This commission after considering .,

I ga* Ulllaborough County the prevention of fires In wood- as a roaring floor ashore with her companions In a Stewart of F'erntllHthltclltllrmnn ,corner purchased from tile Sweat data gathered In an Investigation .

u Commerce, here yes- ed areas. up from the senate majority motor boat which set out Immed- I of the state democratic executive estate In February, U located on undertaken by that body I

,);ije iti, ,noon Mr. McCormick Is engaged In leader. iately from the coast guard station. commit! toe, to bring the committeeInto the I I Intersection of stain roads 13: ibout 14 months ago. $ L
1,5 Kansas City, to which conventions of the Friendship, of In- The reduction, she said would I ,7
L di ,.rsion of a portion of the taking up similar projects in other The crew senHlon for the purpose and 21(. ,
tax receipts, to the southern states, including Georgiaand are no novelty, is returning which included Louis Gordon mechanic .- vestlgntlng specific\ charges of corruption .---- bo from Florlda points of origin i l

IU' s-us here the money Is col- Mississippi. He has Just' completed rapidly to its usual everyday tasks was in the bent of spirits In last week's primary. itr.v.: HOOKS!! in-rrt: 'uKI \- Lo what are known as central

|,tie, >- ,institutes the. basic foun- arrangements with the and watching the street cleaner and looked none the worse for Irregularities, fraud anil corruption > 10 STAIIKK: Freight association and official! .'

d If the proposed plan, says Georgia Forestry association for sweep up the few evidences left their flight!; across the almost ?,- In 40 counties are alleged classification territories. Tho contemplated ,

I flu > Such money distributed the educational work. of the great political gathering.The 000 mile stretch between Newfoundland by Catts who barges double votIng The Florida Cunfer'IMt'l; hoI \ reduction, she explainedwould

Huff, uuntles, would be used tothen Under the terms of an agreementwith shouting Is ended but the and Great Brit Inn. the expenditure of "vast dist I Kplncopul: church, South, In I mean a great deal to Florida .

|l lit < counties pay interest the various states, the American arm bands, hat bands, and brass Although the plane settled down sums" of money nnd 1 that "theso session In Tampa during the first. producers of fruits, vegetables. .,

sinking! fund on their county association appropriates $10- bands candidates' photographs off a swamp region of Hurry Portwhich culled" election v ns not an of the week, announced the assignment : !errtes and nielous.Kcyslonc ht ( Ie

\ooitdt 000 a year and the states, individually aud recommendations linger until has never dreamed of Its elel'llolIn any sense of the word of pastors Monday for ....... ...-........i5......

florlda counties now have ap- $6,000 to defray the expenses the white wings can do something arrival, it was not long! before hun- but was a contest between, rival Hie coining I year. Hev fo:. M.! Hooks, .

the It. Plain and fancy sweepIng dreds of spectators were on the and election Staiko' Methodist( '
imately $150,000,000 In road of campaigns to educate about I factious of schemers \pant or of the : Heights : I IMs.

,15, ,jtitstanding, It Is said. The people in forestry preservation. i Is going on apace and nightfall scene. fixers," i-luiri-h for the past two yearn, has ... Helen OaSes, Cur. Pt V

that the Im- While In Florida Mr. McCormick will find the convention city Crowds of people on foot and by Elect lOll officials, he (charged boon icturned for another yuarllev .
,1 t ,it expressed .....................44. .
kement of the status of these whose date of arrival was given as iiuite( itself again.Exchange. motor rushed to the port und the were I Involved in Irregular voting Hook Is very popular with I

ct Is would have a very benefical Thursday. June 21, will confer nearby city of Llanelly and gave In scores of precincts, with Instances hlit flock and the citizenshIp of tbu I Keystone Heights, June !!2.-

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mating Interest In Florida, and Gainesville, president of the state the contusion of news from Hurry us many as seven times during the 'sill be with them attain. Mrs. W, I II Ogden and daughter, ..

easing friendship in all sec- association, and will later go over Port. Reports were received", In day under an many name, In l'ull"jIt' TrilNltfM \I'IMllllh,1| | llnlen, drove to St. Augustine Wednesday ,l

i >t the country. At the same the field with Harry Lee Baker Its New Officers London that there had been four many precincts scores of absentee The conference adopted u report spending the day at thol r -

P, the change would work a'' state forester. passengers on the plane, including voters were polled "when III fact ot the board of education reappointing ( l ach. i ,, ,.

material relief for the over- Florida has taken up forestry New officers for the next six: Lincoln Ellswortl', the American there were no such persona resident i the following to tho bunt Thursday evening u co: ,nnnllyilrnlc i ;. ,:.:

ilened taxpayers by making a conservation work in earnest. Following months were elected at the luncheon explorer. These reports could not In Florida," the petllloti says. of IriiHteus of Southern college.: I slipper was held In the

--tantla reduction la* the the creation of a state forestry held Monday by the Starke be confirmed Immediately becauseof The former governor urges; that J. N. Wall I I, Tampa: K. K. Udgo, Woman's Club bulldin/ the HB- ,

i,uni necessary to be levied toIt bureau by the 1927 legislature Exchange: Club, J. L. Frazee" being difficulty in communication. AdvIces the board hold In abeyance the ro- llrovelanil; Li. 1 Id. Vaught, llmtlen- are storm prevented a number .1 4 )P ,ft

t ounty budgets.lere a state board of forestry was selected for the club's president << from Now York definitely suits of the "said so-ilMled' primary ton; the llov. (1. F. Scott, Lakeland from attending, but those who : (/ .

are some of the opinions appointed. Mr. Baker was subse- L. A.: Davis, vice-president and state that Mr. Ellsworth was in election," and not certify the results ; (the Hev. K, I. Barnett/ Mi- were present did, ample Jimtlcf) t to> .11.1 l 1 W'$

and forester, charges can be considered ami, and the Hev A I\f. llunhiett the-bountlfiil>per l>rl'l>arell. ,
j'lu' plan from Farson, Son quently selected as state Harold C. \Vall, secretary-treasur that city. until the 4 ..
the best of commit Wallace HlKglns Miss Helen Ogden and !Mr lar-(
nauas published In state pa- headquarters were established and The fliers were In by the executive Arcadia. Mrs.
units have been er hold they landed. Stultz told of the allegations appointed alumni trusted Dr. old Lawrence worn lu CJaluenvtlJn! : ,
now three forestry Next Tuesday the club will spirits as tee. Positive) proof was '' .
|A* '>ur firm has handled for set aside, constituting an acreageof ltd quarterly ladies night at the The Associated Press that the Is, claimed. Ltuld M. Splvey! was reappolnted Saturday afternoon *' \ ,

ijast twenty years large timber lands of a quarter of a Woman's Club, when wives of the plane had been forced to land because 'fl ,e following counties ore named president andthe 1 Hov. It. Ij Armor Mrs. Elizabeth ra"sk( .> |on Of '

...unt of Florida municipal million, In which the work of edu- members will be banqueted. The of a shortage of fuel. Ha an having; been scenes of irregularities1 llnanclul Hflcretary The Hev. Miami, who hIltS bee v,.:t'..1\/1/ her ':

,(Is we read with a great deal cating the people to the serious- arranged will be an In- said that hud weather and a heavy : Alachua, 1 linker, Brad U. 10'. Scott: and tho Hev Olln llog- sister, Mrs. Ella Bird, left Saturday .. ,' '

Interest about the plan for re- ness of forest fires is being under- program teresting one.KIKHT"P.VEI. mist accompanied the ship the ford Brevifrd, Charlotte, Clay IflHR were recommended"' as proat 1 morning for Youngstown; I'a,.'_ ; ..t.

IIUK to the counties 2 cents per taken. The state forestry bureau, greater part of tho JouAiey while Collier I Columbia, Dade, Duval, fi'swors Southern. where she will spiuul the summer l. T' & #

,,01 '>ut of the gasoline tax. Mr. Baker said, hopes shortly to : ) KOAI> IN UNION rain was almost incessant Kscumbla l Franklin, iailmlen, I ,'nU.iJVf'f-- with her daughter; Iii rs. Johnston L' p
('()SSTHUCTI D made M.\ .\ !>! J, 1.'. Lawrence 1 .
[This Is a most excellent IdeaI have ten such units designatedover rouxxy BEING Stultz Immediately preparations Glades, Gulf, Hardee CII.\lWgS Mr. and Mra. .
I ; \KIH': ins I 1. .
I would be a great benefit to the the state. to obtain fresh supplies of Her undo, HlRhlandM; IIl1h'borough,1'l1olmes and daughter< Jeannetto left Key-
jintles This money, however The educational work Is going With the arrival the latter part gasoline to proceed to Bristol as Indian Hlver 14.Chal'g- stonu Heights Monday morning. for ,f

buid be- given to the counties forward rapidly. At the last meetIng uf last week of Contractor L. M. soon as possible Lake, Leon Levy, JIU'kllon'l I Jacksonville"IrieKuIarltloH, Juno!, fraud and corruption : North fllrurd, I"a.'hel'e' they will i j

pit 'hE) distinct understanding of the state forestry board, Gray of Gainesville und necessary tee, Martin Nassau, () ing which has debased) 1>1'011tlll1lul1 upend. tho HIIminor, i .i. .

r lit money would be used to held at Panama City, owners of equipment, actual construction theLardsul'faclng began *....................... ange, Oacuola, Palm Beach, 1'asco, I I i I and dlMcredlted I the, saciedprliulple :: Ill r. Phil I I Ca.linuu. 1'0' nt iraj- ., )iI, .

}iff? 'he principal and interest timber properties came forward on Monday morning on J Plnellns Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, I preference In imtn of Holllns! C.UItkf.; i I 1I11"ndIIIK .
I No. 49 atiitui'd. Rising of primary 1.r11 : r4'Mr.
road ,
of : with his parents,
only) of to cooperatewith 1 John's Sumlcr Su- a few
t 'ably principal with a willingness Seminole, St. of candldateH for offlee -
officials In expounding I : This stretch, which will Loulne :Norman, Cur Union Volusla, tho .seledlon\ and! Mrs. 1'V.. C'tulman. i iMr.
f I i nnty bonds and not given the forestry .. .1 wallace, Taylor, great commonwealth. J, 1 /
(11t.0to\ be used for any other the forestry preservation "x.ienil Worthlngton' when completed .......*...* ......*. und Wauhlngton. stale campaign manager !\ and Mm\ J. I lloimor, daughter -
Burke, t .
Union County' V. aneIIIIM! \ | Helen Og-
will be Ueitrude .p.
units .
IP'' Idea., As a result, the three and Mrs. --- -- iinsmceiufulcandidate I ( .
. rond will have Rising, June 22.Mr.! for Sidney J. Calls, morning fur their I 4j1 .
would then rapid- and contract en- ni-ved! road. The AIMTTANT: ( I'Ni'Il.112j'ts'i'iit: KI'IIIE'CtIonelay!
money" were established a and son, William, In the rocent gubernatorial .
0'Rht-lnch' rock base with an Robert IS Id':.\U home at I.akowood, N. Y. i., ::11
11111" the amount of bonds tered Into with the federal govern- of Miami addressed a petition Hummer .
funds halt surface and will be 18 and Miss Allie llarnage election MlHH OKden will upend l Il short time ) :x
't. and reduce taxes, as obtaining federal board
umllng ment for width. The completion who have been visiting relativesIn 18.- to the state cunvusnliiK Lakewotl anti I Krl: Pa. before, ., r
I'l!'1 greatly Increase the credit end. ;" jt Ht AuKUHtlne, FIIJune that body to lib '
it ; to that this section returned home one tonight calling upon when .
Ind. *
great I
will mean a U. I iitliniiu polls.
Clifford to
ordered this paving J. going
| tin uuntles so) that on future Mr. Baker"' has already I 01 county, undoubtedly day last week. Adjutant General vacate tho recent primary und call sptMid the remainder ot : .' ?
I Union here today Hhe will
educational deal to died
lid could sell bondsve for the Foster of Florida
:iles they equipment who will Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Skeins new one. ) .
| > much lower Interest rates He will operate a truck bringing!; more visitors mother after an attack of angina; puctrols Oj alleged Instances the summer..
campaign. and may be Inducedto ot Jacksonville visited their CltlnK numerous Fred Carr and <|UIIK; ..ter< .
through lIe was Mrs.
pn' they have In the past with a moving picture machine, pass !Mrs. Lee Haltlwunger Monday! suffered bOlt Saturday.' of wholesale fraud In the election Hoblnsoit returned to ;; ,l .
In the l Kdwell
This is one of the most excel- and will show "movies' at school settle! along the road and Tuesday ot last week. 55 years old.AdJutallt the petition asserts: that the Mrs. Heights Saturday mornIng f
,t dean< that has has been called and other suitable buildIngs Vr.ue! of property General Foster, who not an electionat Keystone '
houses was
| set aside will be Increased, besides addingto Mr. and Mrs.! Walter Underhill of national guard recent primary from 1\1 I1l1d villa, l'a., where f
I attention In municipal fIacing throughout the areas wan president contest between rival
twenty-two educational work. The \\-.3 appearance of It, The contract and daughter, Hazel, of Frost association of the Uunted Stales, all, but "a and election they spent several weeks with rela- ,
during our schemers
of thp
of In this factions ,
relatives section
the paving visited
calls for proof afteran i
a'.co! Saturday lives
the ha- ; here last
municipal will depict returned i
|Irs In "
experience pictures
proving I No. 56 from Lake Butler to the last of the week.The Johnston fixers. Miss Martha Sue Brock of Jack-
:ad> business." zards of forest fires, with other road! Inspection trip to Camp ----- -...- '
to the Providence.. ladles of this section who Jacksonville: Shortly after ............. Honvllle, In visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sft0 *
(From Brandon and Waddell, scenes designed to convey M. U. rally at at ........... Hullhis.ri.oxi.it g 'i *
fire The headquarters of the crew attended the W. his office ha was Win. I'lerca of Keystone '
of to .
Inlrlpul bonds, 120 Broadway,.. mind the grave necessity ho had gone ;j '
Duncan report a nice : ---- -
A. Friday
L. last LAWTKY
lodged In the Starke removed to a hospital .
are and
I w York on timber territory.In striken : <;:.M4
quoted; prevention Kioitn: oii
built for the .. ; I.I ,
and a shed time. today c. r
11:45 a. m. .
warehouse llurnry.
"In our opinion It would jnater- addition to the moving pictures Death came at Mr. "1. Ii! .
back of Anderson Harnage --
lot Mrs.
fly help the equity behind and Mr. Baker Is establishing purpose on the -vacant Union County and"Mr.litle and daughter, Lelia, also Mr. general of ...*.*....*..***..*..*... The Southern Grocery changes i ,
postofllce. kt
throughoutthe been adjutant !
"marketability for state of Flor- fire prevention forces lie had and Mrs. u branch of the
and two \ week Into
and Mrs. Henry Groves the exception Lawley, June 22.Mr. his
( with ? :
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guarded, Including Florida for years the j A
I county bond Issues If the plan sections to be at spent Farm chain store with '
the week-end and children Clove '
S little spent 1917to Thede
sons, II.
from It.
|,lei -onslderation Is adopted by towers for lookouts, fire wardens LAWTKY CIX>S1NO Winter Garden. of the Interim Sunday in Jacksonville. former owner, Geo. C. Kruse, as I

I. State of Boards ot and forth. 1923. and hove bean engaged '
Association so
Leon Conner spent Mrs.V..
Mrs. \
Mr. and survived by a widow, his! Mr. and
unt' Commissioners, at their : We the undersigned merchants the home of W. C. demons lie Is the week-end at this week In changing; over '
\H,1'\I.NTKU: Sunday at here for a numberof children spout I
next month.understand HTOl of Lawtey, Fla., home has been ..ntn. to conform to the ,
feting and business men of the Helbronn section. KlnK loy! lake with hnr i>nr I the Interior I,

'W It is proposed have been painted in agree to close our place of busi- Misses Jeanette and Audrey Norman years.TfKI'KNTINK-0- Mr. and Mrs. Knoch: UrlHls.K standard of every store bearing '' !

I'I' tin state return two cents otI' Stop signs the pavement on ness for a half-holiday each Thursday left last Wednesday for Savannah : : MiN: lilTl: on '
the cents per gallon tax 'col- huge letters street, on both sides of at one o'clock. This will take Ga., where they will spend spent Wednesday In Jacksonville.\ building has been painted green. I

I a CQ the respective counties, Walnut are now requiredto effect Thursday, June 14. some time Members of the Suwannee River Mesdames n.V.. rtolioru and The establishment of this branch _ _
and cars
[ portlon to the tar they turn- Call, romlng Into Call Lewis Furniture Co., Lawtey Mrs. Murler Hubbard and chil- Turpentine Association and the 1 KIH: Miner spent Monday In Jack- store In Starke, marks the forty- '
stop '
this two cents per gallonb come a either direction. Call State Bank G. W. Roberts, A. M. dren spent the week-end. at Pa- Central Florida Association met In I Ito a V I I he. fourth rttoio' to be established IlL _

ised: ( by each county as In- street from No.2 Louis II. Hill Carradlne Jacksonville district, and the _
: been made a through Blanchard latka. Starke Wednesday for an Inspection Itt and Mrs. J. II. I the \ _
It f and sinking fund on bonds street has and traffic on It has therightofway i R. K. Tbede, J. B. Rowe, A. M. Mr. Claude Underhill of Lake- of the research work being' and daughter, have returned from 113th lu the stale, according to a .

|'l' idve been Issued by that I III street at this Intersection.I Quincy, F. S. C., Geo. F. land, who has been visiting his' carried on In this section by the u delightful trip to New Orleans. representative of the association. '), ,,

: will strictly enforce this i Young I. brother, Charlie, who Is very sick United States forest service, under Mr. and.Mrs. II. C. Cox: and Mr.\ :Saturday has been designated tJi '

Cm tuggestlon would be that Officers allowing the public a SlUMI'INi 1HO11- has returned home. the supervision of Mr. Wyman. and Mrs. R.I;: 1)) Ilurney spent Tuos- as opening day of the new store, i
ruling after TUASH"' ON be foundIn jj'
: to
I U"h. a plan were adopted the become accustomed t > Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halttwanger The meeting was held af the courthouse day at Klngsley: lake. and an advertisement /
to I [
days WAYS!< specials $
't on all county bonds be few to observe it will of and two sons. of Jacksonville spent followed by a visit to the Mrs. It, II. Thede was chopping this Issue carries the t
failure made _
it, and Complaints are being on that day.Citizens _
pd'trom and customers _
collections to
current flne.CSIXO the week end with relatives In this workings Just west of Klngsley; In Jackllonvll1eVellnesay offered 4V$ '
trash along
in a
J II' the entire two cents gal- result the habit of dumping shown has returned 5-----
per being
Is Hoberts
section. lake. Much Interest (I. W. Dora will again/
Bradford of Mt.
--- through _
B" b-. set'up as a sinking fund for : FKKTIUZKIWBradford : the highways road 48 The many friends of Mrs. D. C. by the turpentine operators In the home from New Orleans where he on July ninth to _
state the polls
1' retirement, at maturity, of all eounty.e peclallY on lake Kersey were grieved to learn of methods In use by the exprelment attended the graduation of his go to of selling! the _
M bonds that may have been isP"d county used a total of In the1-vicinity of boxes Kingsley with their her death which occurred last station for conserving tha. timber brother, Dr. Earl Iloberts. Dr. Roberts decide electric the plant to the Florida _

by each :respective county. 162 tons of fertilizer during the where pasteboard 'paper'bags Wednesday at her home in this and Increasing the flow of gum.JI4 accompanied him home. local Service Company. The 1 ;
and .
|flow :dge of the fact that' this month of May according to the report load of empty cans section Mrs. Kersey ban been sick ----------- ----- Mrs. Leroy Hoane of New Orleans Public their opinion 1
alongside also express
a* being annual Inspection bureau ire piled Indiscriminately couldbe :. FIHW: IS.Jl"IUI-i'4:' her mother Mr,. voters will ",
|{ done, with an Issued by the Is for some time and all that is Tlsltlng the disposition of the _
This practice about
'ismem from each: county show- department of agriculture, the highway. done to relieve her of suffering M. E. Edwards.Mr. for the plant In 4 '

If 'the amount of gasoline tax so being In twenty-second place of the a. reflection on those who,are gully and restore her back to her health The report reached Starke Wednesday and Mrs. Paul Booker of tie- money to be paid The Florida Pub.

I would Polk countyled I of such untidy habits, and also of the death of an elderlyman Mrs. O. W case It Is.sold. 4 _
. ip as a sinking fund. counties of the state. was done, but to no avail. Land, were visiting has offered tJf
All Company _
Public .s materially strengthen the state, with a total of 15.- \ It! is prohibited by burned stale law.burled. The body was laid to rest In the who was Injured three weeks In Roberts last week. Mrs. Bookerwill lie Service for the Mt. Dora J _
be or wreck $115,603.90
r :""edit of that county and its 437 tons. refuse should Dyal cemetery Rer. McClellan."of ago: In an automobile be remembered by her manyfriends
-- --
P'lRatlons> in the eyes of the In- Bates of-Bunker, near Ar- ficiating. which Gerald Middleton and Joe- here as Miss Pearle Ta- plant.
also S
k"-g! The Florida Industrial Ira Weeks and eph Thomas. of Starke were building
public. Tallahassee will cadia, has raised a real corn crop Mr. and Mrs. son happened Orlando-Local post office _
----p to be Issued at It. he baa raised Harold and Mrs. and Mrs. Stevens Injured. The accident tum.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Padgett be remodeled and enlarg
he puts will ,
Into the possibilities or, as Hawthorn the I
afford an insight this Jacksonville, were the guests of between Waldo few days In Jacksonvillelast '
I I and acres of Kansas corn' of pent a ed. 4 ___
I Miss In exports "eight
St. the
Vivian Glen state mute
Harris of of the The eight acres did not Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman one car striking a on week. -- _
lrJr ana Jacksonville and Mr. the United States, thoseIn season. badly wrecked Both Is --
[ Imports of fertilizer and the stalks day last week. being Miss Luella Tatum ot DeLand Heights last
P'n Clemons of Brooker were I of the survey announcedThe have any and Thomas were cut sister went over to Keystone
charge feet tall, Don't forget there will be services Mlddleton a few days with
iled In Saturday will Include an are more than eight and the stranger they Thursday and defeated the Key. ___ __ __
marriage here compilation of them nine feet. The at Corinth Saturday and Sun- and bruised Mrs. a. W. Roberts. 8-0. ii ____________
woooa with County Judge Oeo.arlner. of the 1926 foreign commerce many Sun- the road was rendered W. Anderson atone ball team
analysis of 150 bushels day. Dinner on the ground picked upon Mr. and Mrs.\ O. I
average Wells spent
with Is H. V.
an became
G States yield Mrs.
condition and
United His !
omcltlng: ,of the Every- unconscious. after a couple Mr.
services. home
all day
and returned
this short _
cut day have _
was last
and Ga.
M South yet and Brunswick, _
acre _
an week In _
America this
I r and first of few days
Clemona Mr Central a
U worse lake.
qn '
a of Mexico islands. one-third on account of the body Invited. to attend. of weeks. at Klngaley _
lrsJ.. E. Clemona of.Brooker and America and the West Indian by was raised for he died Wednesday. Mrs O. W. Plere left Sunday week. children
The corn and
! Well known throughout the drought. Tampa.-Good Roads Bureau ofTampa to her old Mrs. Jack Brlgics '
extended trip
for the Bates livestock. The Law Shop- for an her t
Quty. Mr' left S I feed corn Board of Trade asks for St. Augustine of Jacksonville are visiting
and Mrs. Clemens
Daytona BeachConstruction erection of federal highway markers pa opened In new location In Ly- : home In Virginia. mother, Mrs. :'1. E. Edwardl.I .
Pmedlately after the ceremonyr of board- I Lantana-Bids opened for lightIng street The Lawtey strawberry team '
unit I
of first Building on King r
Gainesville where they will re- authorized bridge here. on Tamiaml Trail. on I

Ie walk along ocean front. J ., ) _
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tf:1iI; ::> \: ': I Mem b rshipOfHouseA'ncl. .:.NNNOOON HAMPTON.NO.NOON:: visitor Hev., will.preach 8.to S.Starke Proctor at Wednesday.the of First Lake Bap-Butler f5i. Andrews, New Brunswick, a- / ;;:" ; .

Ml.. Adn Nlm...., (:'or.i0 lint church next Sunday. Rev. Conur
"t Senate For The New Year Proctor In former and was go--
e' ...................... a pastor
--- the first pastor of this church He I
1' 1 1"yl -
Hampton, June 22Mrs. Nlr- acted as moderator during the organization :
L. QuIncy.
It Sweger -___ _oJ
Seventy-five of the nlnety-flvt Ollrhrlst! Ottis P. Turner Win- am Wynn entertained In honor of of the church In 18UU

FloridIans nominated In the June ton. her daughter Miss Corrles, bIrth- The church as well as the com-

primary for membership In theY Glades-Joa II. Peeplcs, Moore day June the 12th. munity looks forward to a great |

'r' 1929 House of Representatives are Haven. Interesting games were played treat, In having their ex-pastor i

without previous legislative: experience Oulf-r-'E. C. Lewis, Jr., PortSt. after which refreshments, consist- preach for them again. k

while of the nlneteeer Joe. Ing of strawberries cake and ice Messrs. M. C. Sweeney, II. A, Ir ti S'

9 nominees for the senates, fifteen Hamilton'A. C. StepUens, tea, were served by her sister, Ger Delk, J. N. Uutledge"" captured an '! 4S i
have at one time or another been Jennings. trude. allgator which measured seven'

j members of that body or of they Ilardee-V. M. Silrrcney, Bowling Mrs Lester Kite and daughter feet. The monster was brought t".

% t House, the Florida State Chamber rireen.Hendry of Sampson City, were the guests town, on Capt. Sweeney's motorcar

t of Commerce said in announcingthe -Lewis O. Gravely La- of Mrs. Kite's;: sister, Mrs. N. and put on exhibition.A.

list of nominees Nineteen Senators Hello.llcrnando. Wynn. J.'Grlflls and wife of Stark S i

r were hold-overs and conseQuently I Isom BeasleynrookHvllle. Mrs. Wm. Lancaster left last were the guests of Hev., and Mr 4
i 4 were not concerned with Friday for Alabama, where she I'" M. Taylor this week. w

fP the primary. Highlands*J. M. Lee Avon was railed to the bed side of a dick Miss Mary Pearce of Sturke<

I Senator J. J. ParrIsh of Tllus- Park. brother. the guest of her uncle, P. B. Hunt

; i Yllle was selected at the last session Hlllsborough-.Joha T. Lowe, Mrs. W. N. Brown, who has Mrs. C. P. Sasser of Valdole.

v 4 r 'as President of the 1928 sen- Plant City; W. J. Blvens, Tampa; been In Orlando for medical atten- Ga., spent the week-end with her

} ate In the event of bin election. Tom Walden tion returned to her home here father, Mr. P. B. Hunt.

Ho was successful! In his rare last I Holmes-Dr. M. C. Newton, last Saturday. Mrs. T. F. Brown and family and

,' 'r'r" week and will preside over the upper Botilfay. Miss Julia Maxwell of Savannah, family and a large number of their

body at the next session. Indian River-B. T. Redstone, was the guest of her mother, Mrs.J. friends from Starke and Theresun ,

1 4 A contest for the npeakersblp ot Vero Beach M. Maxwell last Sunday. had a pleasant outing on Smith's

+ t ; J the 1929 house already is underway Jackson-Chester Home Mar- Mrs Edna Hart and Miss Grace lake last Friday.O. .

Jkj t Nominees who have announced lanna; Paul D. IBevis, Bascom.JelTerson Wood, ot Starke were the guests L. Harrison and family of I
{ e their candidacy Include T. C. -Lnmar W. Sledge. ot Miss Hilda Durden last Monday. Wlldwood. have located in the two '
Merchant Madison; J. Ed LaFayette*F. P. Parker, Day. Captain Moseley and family, of story residence which belongs: toT i i ,tom

Panama City ; Sam Oetzen,Stokes'l Lake-Oeo. T. Westbrook, Cler- Hulford, spent the week-end with F. Brown and was recently vacated -I

ness speaker pro-tern at mont; *!. N. Kennedy, Eustis. his brother, J. W. Moseley. by M. Watterson.. !Mr |1

i ly4 r7 session, and John Matthews, Jack- Lee-Claude! OgilvIe, Fort My- Mr. J. Taylor, Mrs. P. E3. Johns Harrison has accepted a position I

t r sonville. Tlvo nominees for both ers. and daughter, Miss Beatrice, and with the Seaboard Air Line railroad -

senate and house, as announced by Leon-OrIn C. Parker, Talla- Miss Rosa Bulsden all of Starke, as telegraph operator and \

i the Chamber follow: basses; W. S. McLIn, Tallahassee. attended church here last Sunday. will be permanently located here '

t' p Senate Levy-E. T. Usher, Chlefland. ISev. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor and Rev and Mrs. P. M. Taylor were |

I" Dist. 1-*Purl G. Adams, Crest- Liberty-G. P. Wood, Bristol. Miss Ado Nlmmo spent last Sun- shopping in Starke last Saturday :;

; view. T. C. Merchant Madison day with Miss Nimmo's sister, Mrs. I
-1 y ui Madison- ,
Four carloads of fat
good cattle ,
P @ DIst. 2-"Herbert P. Caro, Pen- *K. L. Milliner. W. I'. Dirt of Alachua county. I ,
; L. L. were recently shipped from the I i ,+, 1 .S9 6 r9 ra
nacola. Mana- Uedenbaugh and wife of
H. P. Perry,
i ; Manatee- Jonlfay section and In commentingon
Dist. 3-nay Neel, Westvllle. tee; G. B. Knowlen.Marlon Jacksonville, were week-end vIsItors this fact the Bonlfay Advertiser -
r "' Dist 4-U\V. J. Slngletary, -Davis Moon, John S. of Mr. Bedenbaugh's parents,
took occasion to that in
( !Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugh. say
MarIanna. Moody, Jr., Cltra. I
former such could
cattle note
c; q t 4I ; Dist E-S. C. Council, Carra- Martin*A. O. Knnner Stuart : Rev. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor were sold years not fattenedor
f > as they were
belle. Key shopping in Starke last Saturday. a GOLF AT Sr t 1 NOre'W S A o 0
y ij Monroe-\V.. B. Aubury, _
Improved in the days of the cattle -
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore '
Dlst. 6-* S. W. Anderson Greens -
o West. were visiting their aunt, Mrs. T tick. 4v'tC: NOisws' ,GqHT q very best plAyer., and then laid our I kips manager '>i rh \, aqua
boro. Nassau-D. II. Petree, Callahan. I an excellent 9-hole links for the ladles ''a marvelous dlspin,, utilw
tt Dlst. 7.-'John Swearlogen Okaloosa Claude Me
.? '& ; Bartow. \ Nlcevllle. Miss Dulsy Moora of Clearwater. Florida markets continue to be with when one elks auout gall A' made all classes of golfers happy Ing the little boy me :in e

Dist 8-* W. C, Hodges, Tal- Okeachobee Peter Tomasello, was visiting Mrs. C. E. Harper good; and this' tact has brought attention every golfer Knows. St Andrews Noted players like Gardiner White. Andrews show at th, m u:

,""s & t l lahassee. Okeech b/'le./' this week. to the local markets this Scotland: is the Mother Club o Colt Oswald Kirkby and D. E. Sawyer all choice dowers of tlit lie m -,

t i Diet 0-John E. King, Oraagere. John T. Fuller Mrs. D. O. Jones spent the week- year. Florida markets wtl Icon- out nil too few know that there tn Metropolitan golf champions. New are for sale but the pm' ""j
4 Dlst. 10 "R. II. Rowe, Madi end with her daughter, Mrs. A. L. another St Anlll'ewJnt St Andrews- York and "Chick" Evans amateur sonable. Also. evcrori pat
Orlando; C. Fred Ward, Whiter Sullivan ot Thereasa this week. sume much of the stuff raised in by-the-Sen. in New DuuiswicR rhu and open champion of the United drews has Its wonclcrtn lo enh
y Bon Park. this state in the summer. slab. hooked up with The Algonquin States have gone on record that NewBrunswick's hocks roses. sweet pent ma it':
Dlst. 11-'3. D. Harris, St. Osceola-T. G. Moore, St. Cloud- Mrs. J. P. Sulivan attended a (a worthy namesake> of Its Scotch St. Andrews Is a very fine Each day a fisherman :Ie mi

4t( : h0 fl4 Petersburg.Dlst. Palm Beach-*R. E. Oliver, W. church at Theressa this week. Jacksonville-BIds received for 'n.iiilior, When Sir WillIam Van I test of the golfer's best game. White great cntch of trnr Ii'
12-J. 1 1. Scales, Perry. Palm }Beach; Howard Sharp, Ca- M L. Wotterson was a business paving Mayport road. 1,nrtte. president ot the Canadian has played St. Andrews for several cooked for his friend' r'A-

Dist. 13-'John W. Watson, Mi --_. 1':1' .:lc Rsllay discovered St anwa years holds the course record and quln's grill.: Those m
v ,,1 nal. Point.Paspc ._, a'- N. U.. and when Lord blmugh-:: has won the Baron Shau:;::hneasy Cup find plenty of div', it
ami. L. Auvll Dade -= : I i
,- rthur ---ro; n-ssy followed him in the development emblematic of the championship o: bowls on the green IL
Dist 14--W. W. Phillips, City. of a (list class golf course With the Algonquin Golf Club of St II motoring and dan'. ,<'III

t Lakd City. rin,9lla}, '-.Frank Booth, Clear- How to PW"v John PeAcock as professional the : Andrews. plenty of brook tt< I II iu

ii Dlst. 16-*E. M. Johns, Starke. water; G. E. Nobllt, Tarpon lLtiv ," American St Andrews wna put on the I Uolf., fishing motoring over uplen- I near-by and sea n IL

_ ,'1'f' Dist 10-- *James B. Stewart, W. F. Way, St, Petersburg t .1"1").,. and worthily Peacock built a I 1 did roods and flowers arc e'--f at. ,, quoddy Bay an ''"' S.
tsy Springs; di/4I7 BRIDGE -ry oporij 18-liole course tor the tractions at St. Andrews. J. W.'Pap- ;i Funcly Is first claw
ti 11'\II'I\&cdlna.! ..
17-QF. Howell Live I
Pl@I, JJludsworth, Lake
a Polk-J. O. CKUTLKD CHILD WEEK vllle were visiting here again last Monday p. m.

1 I fit ,L15 land; *B. K. Dullard Lake Wales; I erwJ, J92Tr28 by Sunday night. Mr. Emery Ha/i \ ,
j ** W. --
18- Edgar Prlne Ft. Meade. I s
Leon Mr._ and Mrs. Nash and Miss ness visitor to SIMIK, L>
b u brSRht. Jacksonville. Putnam'Henry McKenzie, Pa- Wynne Ferguson Jacksonville, June 20. The Annie Ward of Gainesville, were Monday afternoonMr.

6.'a' t t t l Dlst. 19F. O. King, Orlando. latka; T. C. Douglas, Welaka. '' r' Author 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE* itate-wlda crippled child survey visiting friends and relatives here L. L,, illola! >\VioLltchlleld. ''

'Dint. 20-U\V. T. Gory, Ocala. Santa Rosa-M. V. galdwell, Jr. now being conducted by the American Saturday and Sunday last. Lyon' I I .mo't'

Dlst. 21J. W. Turner, Sum- B. A. Fatrclotll.< [ Legion Is' to end with an In- Miss Hazel PrIchard of Greensboro Crosby were bucn jr r

SaraKota-Lou Lancaster, Sarasota ... ';" -" ::ensive campaign of publicity dur- is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Jacksonville Tui.""". ."i .nt: ,

lier.Dlst.. 22_**Theo. T. Turnbull, -i-.W Ah. l1:4tu.. J 1 "r.... 1 ng Crippled Child Week, accord- Lyon Cosby of here. Misses Hazel ,im'' awn S

rJ Montlcello.Dlst. Semlnole- Chas. W. Entzminger, Ing to Judge W. S. Crlswell, de- Mr. II P. Oalney and Mr. A. L. ot St. Petersburg Ten',
tL 23-*T. G. Futch, Lees- Longwood; *L. T. Hagan, San- v rrr'.g' article, U letter from "After a careful study of the prr.rtt partment chairman ot child welfare Crosby were visitors to Starke Inn their grand 1'Hobbs. '
'' burg. a rnl're ''and!10 the proper bidding; of two-suited (lands, the writer
.i ford. *, t|ling; of two-suiteI hands, and thew'itcr's feels that the best rctults. in a lartro for the Legion.Plans Monday. .
n Diet 24 uWm. H. Malone, St. Johns-L. W. Zlm, St Augustine well made Mr. I.. M. and ', II J'J
pretty accordIng -
''' h reply were given. 1 hat the samee'rretcac.trt majority of bands will be obtained by are Mrs W. F, Hazen of Wildwood,
''r Key West.Dlst. ; A. \V. ChadwIck, St. Aug- it still", in doubt ub'''it bidding; the higher valued suit first to the judge, who says spent the week-end here with hermother business vIsitors i I"' F"
4 i f 25-A Louis Howell, Bayou usll ne. s"'"1'uftbracprnciIraleshownbythe: : even though the lower valued may that Crippled Child Week will be
I ., >
t George Hotvin I )J..t, .. whi: h with 1 the Such Mrs. J. C. Cone. Jacksonville I' 11 i met|
_ St. Lucle-"V. R. Jackson Ft. ;, % togetherin stronger. a made official in the Legion and
+ ..W. Crescent t., writer's full however should be great Mr. A. A. Hazen of here '" ( '
? If? Dlst. 26- F. Glyun, Pierce. rcpiyys.-Bfch< on : strength, not a : Auxiliary by a proclamation from I liusbnell, i ii plant operani"
g "I 1 havebeen thinking about for if it the lower valued
City. W. Getzen Busli- ; jour" rc weN, was transacting business here ployes.
Sumter S.
Dlst. 27W. D. Bell, Arcadia. rent letter! regard to tUdi.ig the two- suit should be bid first The bidding ofa Howard Mcfarlnno of Tampa, department -i _
nell.!! suiter uhn both suit are minor suitsor lower valued suit in the first instance commander. It Is hopedto
.a ',I Dint. 28- Howard G. PuXnam, Suwannee Alfred T. Alrth, major suit:,, 1 hope you will not think and then the bidding a higher valued secure civil recognition for the 'i
Fad.'j .S11ff' U S. Lc.'a..l itl H ld:
Oak Hill. Live Oak, Vasco Peoples. that! I am trying to argue. I am merely suit on the sccon! round, should show week, also, from mayors and other L : ; :
,h District 29- T. J. Knabb, Mac- Taylor-Claude Pepper, Perry. trying; to thoroughly understand\ the partner that the lower valued suit is public officials throughout the

4r, tlenuy. Union-*A. I). Andrews, Hal- riiujf.on.! I know perfectly well thai longer or stronger:otherwise the higher r--- _
rA District 30-..!. J. McCall, JasjE'I' ford. you and your good! player friends have I valued suit would have been bid on the state. t ; leD AMERICAN AlRLfrAFT: PRODUCTION .::
During the week which will be- F
studied the for first round.
( game twenty-five years,
4 p V'; I. Volusla-George S. Fullerton, anil that your conclusions are correct, "In other words, one of the main gin June 24, public attention will !2.411(1iz h
:31 A.
DUt. M. Taylor, St.
: Daytona Beach; George F. Crouch e" ?!n though; I may not fully understand reasons for adopting this rule lies in the be centered on the crippled child
'tl4lr i A"gustlne.Dlst. : Wakulla-J. A, Harper, Craw- them. If a player has a two-suiter fact that a failure to follow it gives such survey by special! newspaper arti- iz, ')"

4i s ))1st.32.uJ.. Maxey Dell, fordvllle.! (cither two minors or two majors),and an exact picture of the hand. Negative cles, radio announcements sermons ZOQO 1 Z,if
Gulueavllle.Dlst. Walton- DeFun- bids the weaker suit first, and there is inferences are just as strong as positive
D. S. Glllls, and addresses thru-
4t i > 33-"A. W. Young, Vero lak r.i: other bid, he is left in with his weaker ones and some time much more in- special "1000
uj v "Beach. Springs. suit of the two. Again if the firsthand formatory. Take the.following; exam- out the state.Arrangements. t
Washington*L. A. Drock, bide he! weaker suit and the secondhand ples: in each community jlro-
CJ-t.: 31- Pat Whltaker, Tam- Chlpley. overbids, and| the third hand supports (Hand No. 1. will ba in the hands of the 1,400 1

a. ] Served previously In House or the bid of his partner, and there Hearts-8, 5 1-- county committees, local commIttees -
Dist 35-* *. Hw 88. Palm Sena te. are no more bids, the player again it ." and members in general of 1.200 L
i I left lit with M. weaker suit. Clubs-A,10,98,7 ::10'"
"' leach _e_.. .. T the Legion posts and Auxiliary
a Dint. 30 "M. O. Harrison Ful- : "The principle of bidding the higher- Spades-J, 4 /
< ;lr units.
,mc.to, 4:45)....... ..........4. valued suit,suit I can, even see though would be it is useful the weaker when Hand No. 2( lit' 'We are trying to overlook -

t, Dist: 37-*J. M. Parrlsh, Tltusvllle. .* ZIFF the partner of the player holding the 1 FeartS-A, K, Q 9, 6 ,s-:'\i- nothing tfcat will let the public in 1m -

r i l two-suiter did not bid. In other cases, Clubs- 10 ;.' on the tact that the Legion is conducting J
Mitchell El- 5 !Miss Opal Lewis Cor. including the two I cite above, might Diamonds 9 3 *'
tt f Dlst. 38- J. M. a survey of all the physically ffi
fera. .... ... there not possibly be some little advantage Spades -A, 9, 7,4, 2 handicapped children in -
.0++1......+...* if the custom were to bid the **". :
Q Served prevlosuly in Senate Florida with a view to carryon
? stronger suit first so that the partner Hand No. 3 19 1 21 1925 1916 1911
i Services 19 3
1r., i t or House. Ziff June 22.- were would. know it was! the stronger suit/ If Hearts-A. K, 7, 5, 4 for them until adequate provisionhas
a xl U Hold-over held at Hock) Saturday and Sunday : the higher valued tuft is bid fire, re- Clubs- 10 been made for their care. wroplont aUl&;
House by the pastor. Elder Moody ot Lacrosse. gardless of strength the partner is Diamonds 9,3Spades treatment and education," says Amer on capital prompted of the total ol 6.000.000 this country IIg11IJ1J1 !

: Alachua-R. L. Black, Gainesville unablo to tell which of die two suits bid J, 9, 7,6,2 Judge Criswell. "The big\thing to marked aeronautical progress ot recent 000 Down miles in in Germanyin 1350 OOII
Mrs. Elizabeth Howard and it. the Stronger. Consequently he must years is beginning to cake an i Dllles I s 0:
the Legion 30OOOOO
1 ; II. McL. Grady, High In Hand No. 1 the opening bid should get across Is Prance '
ri his
if bid according to the strength of own awakened mile III R
daughter Miss Ellen ot Falrhnnks, limitation on interest in commercial aviation and 800,000
Springs. hand, and not in accordance with thebuennih be one club, the lower valued suit:thenif setting absolutely no Britain avi.tlllloQIn
i !spent last week here with her whichhe the otTers the diamondsuit this execept the state lines. It matters according to the Onion Trust Total commercial
r Baker-W. B. Cone Macclenny. of the combined hand opportunity sIm:
r'F I Ie daughter, Mrs. R. II. Thomas and Company Cleveland this country in ?
Bay-*J. Ed StokesPanama i docs not know. should be bid on the second not whether a child's parentsare eel .
+ i City. son, H. II. Howard.[ "I I n sonic cases might there not pnssilily Such bidding should Indicate to partner rich or poor, black or white, Commercial aviation received Its that on regular. ,000 routeimaking cow' III aIL
( Mr. Henry Shaw of Gainesville in both methods wf clearly that the diamond suit is greatest boost when the government 14 000
be very
._ advantages whether the father is an enl
i Bradford G. W. Huzen Brook or ejtHoldier. 32 orb
turned over the airmail of pI"
route to a
of was
four cards
first either of or one length
biddin! one ,
) !spent the week-end here With his bidding? That il to say, I counts with us pro
Nothing ol planer
;d ) er. wife and children. the. higher valued and some time the without strength."In private operators. says the Dana .n The number tin
1 Brevard-Clvde a. Trammel!, stronger of the two suits first. I am Hand No 2, the opening bid but the child's needs. We wanton lu hngazinr Trade Winds 'The 1937: wa 3.383 or more' f.u
$i 6 Melbourne. Mr. J.V.. Lewis'and daughter merely searching for the truth, and am should be one spade the higher valued I the list everty child that, thru spectacular feats of Lindbergh Bennett the total for the precedent;" e I II III. .
Opal, spent Tuesday In Starke. of suit the heart suit Is much Byrd Chamberlain and Other -Th. crying need ,
Broward-George L. Blount, interested in getting to the bottom ,even though accident or disease, has a body Gelde.
Pompano. Mr. and Mts. I. \V. Iyul of Graham the.situation tf I can." the stronger. If the opportunity offers that Is less than whole." also have tended to hasten the day la for more landing" T"'nOT' ,
_ Leonard spent Sunday here with relatives Tha writer's N-pry waS as follows: however,the heart suit should be bid on Crippled Child Week Is designed when Americana may be considered equipped fields are the rules'Munielpalltlee
Calhoun S. A.
Airmmded to
and friends.Mr. 'There U no theory yet advanced for the second round. Such bidding should good roads \\III
el Blounstown. and !Mrs. F W. the bidding of two-nuitera or other indicate to( partner that the heart and to get the information across to Present average rates at' which air- are entail en
Reynolds the
Charlotte*J. C. Hobson, Sr., type of hand, that is 100 per cent per- spade suit are fairly equal in strengthand everyone in Florida and to secure mail w cameo in most cases are of this need and ot aside
i Punta Gorda.CitrusDr.. and children\ of Orr ham !Mrs. Alva fet in all cases. No matter what convention for him to choose the suit which the whole-hearted co-operation of yielding pro t8 Another actor U the I there were 600 landing which wouJd.

w7 W. B. Moon, Cry- Starling and little daughter, of bidding! you may adopt, best fits his hand. the", public In finding and listing growing recognition of commercial plan under way ID 9Wnll. : -
- i etal River. SI'IOII'spent Sunday here with there may be another that will produce "In Hand No. 3, the opening bid the unfortunate children.BROOKER. aviation ai an aid to big business the total up to 1.000 IIVlsIIOD'
should be heart the lower valued through the quick transport of important commercwl ,,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, B. better results tinder special circum- one D
i( Clay-J. Edwin Larson, Keystone Thomas.Mr. stances. The only thing that any.writer suit:then if the opportunity offer, the man of parts ol expensive pending rapidly it 11911' "g, UJ'
a? r Heights. \ and Mrs.. Malcolm Hunter could! or Should 'claim for his rules or spade suit should be bid on the second ........................ machinery and ot paaaengera. tertal part of evers':! loo/.
I' Collier*C. M. Collier, Ever- conventions of bidding is. that they will round. Such bidding should clearly indicate Americans are not yet as accustomed cornea the bulk of our yfmall
4 ''F glade. and son, Ira of Hough !spent Sunday produce the best results in a majorityof to( part Aer that the spade suit is : : to air travel as are Europeans, taaa become a de end &*

n ColumbIa-Dr. S. C. Smith, J. herewith Mrs. Hunter's slater, hands. The nearer this percentage ('itheroneof four cards or one of length JIll.l iMlm G.I.! ... Cor. yet in 1931: official figures for air express transportation J One
:Mrs. It. n. Thomas. approaches one hundred per cent the without strength. Hands No. 1 and No. transport operations on regular routes angers use It naturs.lj: ashtaut
P. Huntley. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes and better the theory but in no case can 3 are examples of negative inferencesand ........................ show that America led the world A cities closet to eacU
Dado-Peter -Robtneau, Miami; / "
Bruce Young, Miami; Don Chap- children, !Mrs. C. Lewis of Booker, such: theory ba lv 2; per cent perfect. Hand No. :2 of positive inference. Brooker. June 22.-Mr. and -

1 r pell.Mlaml. spent Sunday here with !Mr and Problem No. 33 Mrs B. T. Crosby and children, of "
:Mrs. J. V. Lewis.
tG DeSoto--Dr. J. H. Coffee, Ar- lleou1l-: 4, 3 Wauchula, are spending! a few
., I : t'' cadia. :Mr S. L. Prescott was a business Clubs-A, J, 9, 6 weeks vacation here with his parents DeWitt Jones

Duval-John E. Matthews Jacksonville visitor to Starke Tuesday Diamonds-A, J, 8 Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby

: "L ; -Lee M. Booth, Jacksonville Mr and !Mrs. J. T. Ellerbee and Spades-9. S, 4 and other friends and relatives.Mr. .

: } ; ; P. S. Kelley, Jacksonville. little daughter Louise, spent a few KiorU: Q.J, 10,8 -' Hearts-9,7,6 and Mrs. A. P. Crosby of
days here last week with Mrs.\ Elcbrec Clubs-I v 1 Y t Clubs-10,8. 7 Jacksonville Sunday here FISHING TACKLE-RODS
Dlxle-W. H. Matthls.Escambia \ Diemondte rC 5, 3 : A B : Diamonds-7, 6, 4, 'GSl'a.1QAQS.2
s parents, Mr. and Mrj. T. D. ,
Pen- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
tai F. X. Carroll : z : Spade.-10,1,6 Reel,
sacola, ; Maurice Vllllneure, Pen- DyalMr A. Crosby.Mr. Shakespeare, Ileddon and Pflueger
f acola.Flagler. \ and Mrs. J. W. Lewis was a flaru-A, K. 2 Clyde Cone was a business \ f:

l'; 1 ,1 ---George Moody, Bun- business visitor in Lake Butler Clubs.-Q, 5, 4, 2 visitor to Starke Monday. Heddon Minnows Foss Minnows, LaUcrBait
+' I Tuesday Diamonds-Q, 10, 9 ISpadea Mrs J. C. Cone and daughter,
,,, sell. ---..---- I -K, J. 3 Lifl6i I
i FranklinS.. E., Teague, Apa- St. Augustine-Bankers Trust I Mildred, were visiting in Starke, Al Foss Pork Rine, Hooks and(

t '* j lachlcola. Company opens for business In its No score, first game llow should] these: hands be bid] and'played?Solution Ia Friday .......

t Gadsden-. M. Collins. Quincy, new home on Cathedral street j J I th n :xt article. The Brotherhood from OalneBu -


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1 I' ''in"' i'I than a y.'al''t fro-dom ]I .. All these + Sit

'" i tu i "n\ I in< pri Mon i 10 pl'n,1, the y lI | I ,
Florida in Short Paragraph .
of i 1.1 i'iuk-1' nt his. life MKtui was .k .. ... ,

'IOII..I'd in linker county. ad- .. *. .... .. ... .. .. -".;:.. _t P' r Vhl,

,- Jo ulna! OHMII. in April 1923! !;), and I ,tr I dos1cihace: -.J

". fenced to natural life for the I
State NewsTOLD r 1 auoged raying of a relative WItll\ ) M'J'

ive another prisoner he escaped from

!I a state road sang near Marlimnu I' BODIES

i in March. 1927. He told Wada H. FISHER

;, Hlghsmith of the criminal identification .

BY OUR EXCHANGES bureau that he had been w

,, In Georgia since 1'N\ : .1/4'S/
a a 1i
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? Safety Harbor The Barlh \(
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i II', -Three proposl- Sanford-In an effort to removethe I health Institute owned and operated 4 ,\'jr' }. ; oJ' \1 1I,. I 1r

the city as a site necessity of abandoning boat I under the personal direc- "' +1':'''''. ?r tvV
a tire station, these !service on the St. John's river between tion of Dr. Con 1<'. Harth formerlyin +

i umies-Arango cigar Jacksonville and Sanford, : charge of Espiritu Santo is

Ilas .. % the Ancient City officials of the Clyde line, at a I Springs sanitarium and baths, has '
n >r", roperty at the cor- meeting here Thursday with dele been opened to the public. This r mechanical performance of General J

ll a. i ;md LaQulnta ando gates from a number of towns new addition to Safety Harbor THE cars is tested and proved on 1i11

f I Marco avenue eatworkstation along the route agreed to visit : adjoins the Pipkin hotel and Is '

Sailildt; each town and attempt to obtain using the Pipkin mineral water !nits General Motors' 1,245 acre Proving Ground.
uter a'V
a a from business men contracts sufficient bath treatments. It is devoted v Before any new model is put in production
to enable the line to con- exclusively to drugless methods 'zC y t
Bmna tine, of the most ''m' .t it must more than 135 different tests for
state lang tinue operation. of healing mineral water baths, pass
01; pr'Ofts) of the It a corrective exercise and health Instruction. durability and general per- # II: AJ4u
Lakeland. speed
| mintlon, ) at t power, ,
1 ) Tampa-Pedro Leon, cigar maker Safety Harbor is knownto
I home for aged memL j .b t
new Industry, and today admitted to slashing his \ south Florida Inhabitants as a formance.
,f thi, ,750,000 In erection. wife to death yesterday as she spa and health city with Its healing

""t' -.tved) by William L. walked down the street carrying waters, bath and treating facilities As to the appearance and comfort of

s ? their four child In her arms. I and a delightful resort to '
nat- year C.Q \ t
Indianapolis "ITS AIL ONE vTOVrt ,
uher II ii) of the carpenters' Leon was arrested last night when rest, relax and recuperate In. The TO ME liiIG11EC J Jpv General Motors: cars, we invite you to be the '
'm" nl /v
he admitted the act. Aaccordlng opening of this new health Instl- \ r rte' Every closed body is built by Fisher- '
I I judge. :
titan! a to police he said he wanted his tue now provides ample facilities A I

A collection\ of 3valllll" ,- baby to have a home but his> wife for taking care of the many people < the largest: builder of automobile bodies in the

i nt -jpeclmens of plant refused to i.ve with him. I' who aro coming to Safety Harbor \ world. The experience and the vast production I
a to take treatments. Y

L t'), ,iiithpastern herbarium states of has the Stuart-A nationally known --- I of the Fisher Company mean more beauty,
(j La, ,? experiment station by crate barrel and box manufacturer Florida DelegatesTo ,, more comfort, and more luxury than you will i I "!'; '
will establish a plant here provided -
of DraIn W
,s,) tired find anywhere else at corresponding prices. III
of under cultivation -
rue gift H the second a report acreage Houston Given I I ra

'in be received by the) and an estimate of the '
the past six vegetable and fruit yield per acre the be- +' ,Y
Lrluro within Leo- Their Credentials \Ve'invite you to check, on coupon '
In the county are I"

bs .. a nard J. Maloney, secretary of the low, the cars that appeal to you most. Complete :w'

dentin During a heavy Busneus Men's Association, an- Certification of Florida's delegates literature will be sent to you, without I

Lclenton During a heavy nounced Friday afternoon. to the Democratic convention x
killed Mrs Lola Roberts, on a at Houston, the latter AAPOWS any obligation iw.t t ,

Ids l island, three miles west of Jacksonville-Members of the of the month, by a special subcommittee DEN(1TECITY 1 x
Ltto Wednesday afternoon. Florida State Association of the state LIMITS w I ,r.'I i Y Yr"
Roberts was washing' dishes Boards of County County Commissioners committee, showed that the uninstructed I ICJIFVIl4)i.E'l'

uiti-hen of her home when at their next meeting, to delegation will be OlilUlYJOH.N ", .. t'
.e and 28, 'j 7 mn.U !?.
held at Ocala, June 27 .,-
the terrlmc be "
by but a
stricken "anti-Smith .
wa divertingof it $105 to $';' 15. UvRcr{ mill. li.ll.'iIlinn ,'IAlora
discuss the proposed : 1 ;; "
will ,
elected -rr 3-r- 'r
[ot the( lightning. of the candidates were =" 7 ::---t--- : = \\lml. I'r ,dr. .
t..f..re. .A
a a a portion of the gasoline tax best 3" '.! 'L'-.l- star I Ai-... f.G'
'for the
a platform '' wrrful' rnt'im( *, luummiI'lMlirr I". i .t:ws 1 .J I"
of new receipts to the counties to help \ < ,I.What atoawatrwylMa\ :) ( 'y' \\'hatatyeu8inkln9'xut: |K> : i
Discussion a the Democratic party, .J ) .
',stow fund of i Ikklii'S., :I\cw 1a,1, I \ .1I < ...a:::' '
interest and pinking I
Jin home formed a large part pay the no presidential candidate I 4/ui/ f .
I 1" color tn v ,
bonds It was that the country chap can "
Legion Wednes- on their county road mentioned in their races. Leader Finds moms; '1 1n'f Is
She American been .
Times- null off hia overalls, and when he IIIIL $.vr:;> i-toii
1 night A partial report was 'learned here by the Florida The women selected as delegates E From Sticks: Up comes to the IJiir lown ho .
would be distributed .
Hn!I by the commlttc named toii Union. To the funds at large and each with knows what It's all about. He candance 3

| I a site and make recommen- proportionately to the halt vote are as follows: Mrs.Lena \ On Everything:; as well' ns his city I:>rot-! "*. mahds) $713to }'Ir' t %4,'

building the home counties, it was explained. Bird. Greenville' and not only that but radio programs I'OVI'IC
..IoR i>n Th" "ba< told him :>. luwcat-pries'd quality Ii ,
ad- a York City 1 ot all' kinds have $I17
V sported that it was an I votes; Mrs. Alvlna Craig, is obsolete Ita-iung,i : what to wcnrhnt shown aro p "HII" Now ininlrlH improved from N ( 4'
Permanent org-
hI i 'Ime to build but that no Tallahassee Haven, 90,554;; Mrs. Fred Johnson orchestra! direc- otooct. und who won the last biff> x rndinUir to ar-fight.: 4wliccllinikcs. 'i.. ?

Iralm lte had been found on anization for the state's care of Its I' Jacksonville, 83,388; and Mrs. D.R. of the t'ennsvlvania Hotel liKht. llodicn liy tinner. Now .., t 1, 1+ lyy, '

Lb 1, :, building could be ade- dependent and neglected chlldl'en.was Read. Milton 80539. so and Johnny who nays! "Radio has done, n* much ormore i .Mil I cylinder liiuid.IMiwor. I\II.ftIll: 1 1 t l

|tei tlnanced. effected here Friday at a meetIng Men delegates at large, trI,"en day to an aud'p-ce Hicks-' I for the ladies! It's next tolinoossible ( 1 liico firiUh.OLDSMOIULE ', ai
a a a of the state board of public with a half vote and thefr up of the folks from to tell whether! a till II ,
board announced the bovs from Broudwnv limn a small town or from i
The ( certified comes
''jrmiidoMotorists of Florin welfare. vote in the primary were mlk. lanellfd gentlemen from The
these days. !
benefit to the extent of the appointment of Mlas LunaBowdoln as follows: W. F. Allen, Tallahassee ton different European' Park Avenue wear their 4\ I .
New York girls may
..) iinusands' of dollars as a re- of Tallahassee as regisof 90,281 ; M. O. should know. skirts a little shorter-but not -7 .
affecting the car the state welfare department 84,127; Bryan .here Is a reason--and radio nt'I, ,
legislation palmetto' much. 1'inu
I DI I $10115.
)25 to |
the first session and Miss Helen C. Mawyer of Co- Lakeland 82,86; and Edgar he declared.' "Before radio twenty-five hun- $
'I i passed at the land It tonic six It is said] that moderate prig Nutora(4(
hi: Seventieth congress, accord- lumbus, O., director of child wel- WaybrlKht. Jacksonville, 79,890.( over for a sons: nopulnr
II'i' M M Smith, president of fare. O. H. Taylor, Wauchula "otel'v.' York to reach the wheat i't'nnsv'an1dllily.! Utirine Union ors longer, riMiiniiT, nioro iiowirful.Futhcr ; 1 1' .
As- a e and Wallace lad out in week' fort states ,
j Kmrlda.. State Automobile 10,821! votes Toilav. the C'p.nl'l'/le..tt'II and ten1'if\' 'r- Hodim. t-whculLrokex.
l, Miami-The citrus crop of rsradentoti' with 15,894 were '" whistlinpr 'Vhat were
is kept
i Johnson
a South Florida which was actually en delegates from the first You: Wavtinor For. Mar,,? cnt between) dance numbers
-one of the objec- a bumper crop last year, although trict; Judge A. Z. Adkins : latest hit less. than a ve-k ihakinir nnndn with radio I'n"s! '
gone ;
Croauwav : HAKI.ANU-711101l,18.
.i'' the Bradenton junior somewhat dry due to the protracted Starke and Fred P. Cone of who nave he.-rrl) him in their -
i .
be of 9,742 n from Moire to Cali t.",,,, ,: ..' t, flOI! >15:; ,to $1375. 'I hi" AII-A.iur.ca. i;
will and
one .
nn i "nt commerce next winter drouth, probably City with 11,961 ': ,t d"." this; mean ? (It homes! J'w -t.'" tMiioolli, Hwrrlul. angina) .
"Mix.i |
club, for best Florida has enjoyed In I ro'ippftlrely. were chosen to '
', social the
I i H form a NnullfulIHHII
than 3,000 and nioro ,
taken The rainfall for the monthof ..' the ueiond, district in the affairs of a Fort Myers-More 0 A / .'r I/iiiK'T lower v:1'P:
t '
n I This matter was years. r' nomi- watermelons bringing average return '1 | liy 1'inlivr. .1-whn' ,,1 1 I II'- ,('*. 'I G
u the last meeting of the May was well over normal and :.1 the third congressional party furnishing a of $1 apiece to Lee county ,( I'.vrry; coiivl'llirnci. hew, lJu.c [r' I I Ii

ward" and President Eld- there Is no Immediate Indication t. :.," Fuller Warren, Seaboard ,
over colon
according to volts and Joe W. \ that If any candi growers were shipped
I smlth announcedthat he of another dry spell, wnn 14,847 means recent week.
The rain with 14,823 the coming primary Is de Air Line during i >i Niyiw
|;Jill: napalm a committee'withlnP the weather bureau. )llaii'8. pf Chlpley;
I'' while to plan a definite fall of the past weeks broke a'' rr-tifled. Gilbert H. Stockston for nomination that It will St. Petersburg-Fourth International '

liim.tilon) to provide entertain- : drouth of 20 months.Blounstown Jacksonville, with 42,531 for his name to be print- Advertising Association HUICK 16 iniiili-ln. $119 to ) + .I' 1f .. .

Int a- Homer E: Sala, Miami, with the general election ballots recently hold its 4th annual convention $11)1);. JurgPKt vullitl in Jtuir k's t ,, 1 .I > ,

alIluesvllIe -Firing a bullet 011 votes were chosen from of petitions or the ac here.Tavarea Iistory., )Ilrnutiful I..w t"lIli"K" Ioy (11 r't to'Yihratiunll'lII t+ I IT r1'ixhrr r. ''

Wesley Alonso, I through the brain of his 17yearold fourth district. other political parties Annual membership G..towny like un urrow. d e Ii, I I. Y

Kduattot, the Alachua high' wife, with whom he had Just The delegation will have a may nominate him as their meeting of Lake County Chamberof 1 x'youd lx'IirL 61'1illllt'r -

(mo! at Alachua, Fla., has been effected a reconciliation, William ing strength; of 12 votes. The ." Commerce was attended by ap- "vnlve in btuu" ..ngille. ( ior.f: t .i t, Ythuco

(lared winner of a $1,000 Ayers, Jr., 27, then turned his revolver trict delegates will have a -Atlantic Coast Line proximately 1000 persons.. : f finish. __ i.a.

nlarship i In the College of Phary on himself at their home vote each Company will\ spend large Vero Beach Shipments of to- "I

ot the University of Florida. near here, both dying almost In- '-- freight matoes being made from Indian ,
: ; :\ .\ : money Improving ; $2330to$2975liruutifulcnrafCnnti:; ,'
,I' scholarship gives Alonzo a stantly. The couple bad been married lUlU< O-SICKIMKI: River, county.A ...\ 1.1.J -16 mmleh '
$ )I here this summer 1.: F
MATL'ltOAY \ '
course In the college. It two or three years, and re- ''Ion.: ; r : fd
ee-year They had -- --- -- iientul' tinea.Comiwiriiunrur! f } i
given: by a chain drug store op- cently became estranged. ) ,

Ving in Jacksonville, Tampaami. gotten together and resumed their Announcement has been made o ..... '_ -.!
married life together Ayers' mother the marriage of Mrs. Olive .;... ;f to CudilLxc. ;
( morning Ayers arose Inger of Crystal River to t Vt lypr, !lO UISII t't'grin i
a a a a said. This itI )
iPensacola-Plans have been early, dressed and shot his wifeto Huron Barco, which took "-. 8-cyliinliT ciiKimv Striking MorvolOUH : ry
then turned the gun on Saturday, June 16, at Starke. Indira' by J
the.flrstloco death,
npleted for running the was performed by DIICO .,,,ml, nutII>lUI. I i
before ceremony tdaY
passenger train over the his own temple t
jMy completed railway Into Pen- who was sleeping in mother'J county Judge. 0 J
his Mrs. Barco In a e
pola. m' June 28. J. R. Conts, room, could prevent
has 1 S of the oldest families in the ..
e president of the road,
"graphed that the train will Miami-Still Insisting that the tat River section and has J : .} ..' CADILLAC models. ,, ? I .
who will learn with tv L I
Evergladesbond friends Standard of the
$20,000,000 $5500.:; "v't
issue will be a tax upon the est of her marriage. ;-/( ,JIo' world Famous fMgtro! -tn"> i
fimacola residents are resided In .., : | | + C ua t,
it with a big entire state, W. J. Evans, attorneyof Mr. Barco has 1 ? 3-c'l lillliT( rngiilK. SUIIII.tuouotl"lIl-| I
formally welcome
tw v ,
number of years. Fln-twofid.. 500:; .
Idler' 'elebratlon. I this city, has filed a new suit I ville for a Ire by I'mliiT end!

a a here attacking the validity of the mother the late Mrs. Kate '. alurcamJinutiutrytnth.xroafrnm. v y 11 1 i ,'
said he had was an outstanding church ,
[ Rattord--Robert Pittman ne- issue.. The attorney I t
of the state
John W. and club woman r
'. almly went to his death in report that Governor I
D. C. circles.On .
in U.
of the prominent
'! ,>IB<<'trio chair at 3:45: o'clock Martin, chief proponent I 4h '
.!tilay morning maintaining his bond Issue was In New York with : their return from (ALL miens\ I". o. n. FACTOIUKS) R 1 1 I I

110 'n..'e in connection with the J. C. Luning, state treasurer, seek honeymoon to be spent; at .,.....
bond buy- of Interest In the southern part
nth S. P. Hilton, barber, for ing to obtain from the ..
half of the the state, Mr. and Mrs. Barco '
l'ic' condemned payment on the first w.
murder he was ers
the present at
recently reaf- be located for High.cradeLowPriced
1 di The body was sent to the Issue, which they of acceptingIn residence of Mr. Barco's GENERALrMOTORS .fr

mt of his father at Valdosta, firmed their intention Mrs. Malcolm Williams\ on t

flu. for burial. spite of pending suits._ Tire!
a a a a a street. 1
R. Barco is connected
George Mr.
I Ja'kRonvllle-Ex-Governor Sid- St. Augustlne--Capt. :
experimented Klnkham and company.
'y ,' Catts, defeated in primary White of New wing-flapping York, ornl- Balloons must be flexible. It takes good t <
succeed Governor John W. MarIn here with a
who defeated him in 1924, lost thopter airplane, was slightly injured DEFEATED RUNNERS CAN'T RUN material\ and the highest manufacturing: ,I ,'lh '
machine, with atrenth '\
when the combine flexibility '
of the 30 counties he carried baturday skill to
tax! two towed behind an automobile 1 in balloon tire carcass. CUP'TIIE COUPON: ... --.J ; r'
*, while he picked up I being sustained' Candidates or voters In a y.lu911 1 ;:: "

itch ho failed to carry before, crashed. Captain White The machine Democratic primary Just held Pathfinder Balloons are made and guaranteed '

r a net loss of 10 counties, ac'rding minor cuts and at bruises.high speed at the not become candidates In the by Goodyear the world's largest GENERAL MOTORS (Dept. A), Detroit, Mich. s Ih I ,, .

to the best available fig- towed turned a I eral election, Attorney manvfacturer of quality tiresThey're a If' : rCHEVROurr

rt3 Catts was the only man In end of a 600 foot rope when a wing Fred II. Davis holds In an safe and sane solution to your tire prob. Pi.a.endwithoutobletiontomeallu.tret.d
l>8 '\'ire-cornored this time, complete somersault 0lt : lMo.or.l'rodurtI '
race I PRICE. .chCVn..
rendered. LOW r
the pilot was lems AT A MIGHTY ft | ratur, I ho rail before. strut snapped as amended, Mr. .h.r with the book)I""t, L'O
test flight/ The law aa size. PONTIAC 0 1 have do.eked l IOK y
ascend on a "
to the on your
a a a making the ground in the said, prohibits the name of Come in and get "Principle PoliciM. '

Stuart-The commission of the I It White had left during the morning, person voting or becoming a OLDSMOBILB

I't, tucle Inlet, district has voted plane twice however, but a few inches didate In the primary from OAKLAND 0 NameBUICK ____.___ .n. ,fl' Jl
1 this rising, the general election -
reduce the mlllage assessed cross winds. printed on
''5i> for seventeen because of dangerous candidate for any o SERVICE STATIONNo. O
[ the inlet from feared, If an attemptto lot as a SUPREME .1
waive mills It was announced A crash was whether by petition or AcWress.'j'j I tth+

rlUiI, by J. E. Taylor chairman rise were a made.JacksonvilleDeclaring a a a In other words," the LASALIB nFRJQIDAIRjB '

I" ,If to get hla name Florida )
> approximately $30,000 hunted, accordingto person to 2 Starke
..1 axpayersof Martin county and tired of being J. Mixon life- on the general election A-"' tUrHrmiorQ DELCO-UGIITEUrtrte PU .Q

( further saving to taxpayers of police, Owen convict walked up petition or by nomination ... mmtm HMB aam Mm BMBB tarsal OHm E3I ::. t
mmm '
It.l Florida must be shown MKM tie t
| Lucia county who contribute trm B. Padgett. In the convention It I : bi
L. t
'Part of this tax which la Includ- to patrolman of the city, and sur- he has not participated as a tI
fl I In the inlet district. western
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j'' I at 10: 00 o'clock, L. A Davis, supt Alabama ami/ ""*:.

} ,. _- the installation of new ofllcers followed and Hazt'ii Carlton Jimmy and ', Worship Sunday at 11:00: a. m., there lor I n I.,
the new officers being Martha Frances! Klckliter. Junior [IFNT;; A WORD and MOO: p. m. The subject for tralnlnman./ :
and Barbara Meade Comer Peek
namely: I
) Sunday morning; will be "The Influence -
t Ferryman. Enos 1 .layer Patricia /Represent
il President, Mrs. O. M. Inman, I of Intimate Acquaintance" n'

I VIce-preRldent, Mrs. D. I. Ames, Ruth Wainwright Junior and _COLMUN_ and that for Sunday evening will operator of i 1.\ r

c..L e 1] Secretary, Miss Mabel Weller, Clarice Thomas, Mary Harriet and be "The Tragedy of the Insufficient. met in Jackson i ,. r

tL1 : Treasurer, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. I Harold Bishop, Doris Kruse, Ruby FOR" SALE-Ice box, holds 50I ." feet the orgaiii ,. '..

I CliuirmuiiB for the different departments T. Flncher, Chan Stltli Jr., Louise I pounds Ice, $10 dollars u.ed Junior League Sunday evening Stores Marketn, \

1--- being aa follows: Kllerbee, Marty Jean Butch and I one summer. Errol Alvarez It* I at 0:30: o'clock Miss Fredrlcka lay plans for t'I> '
Joducatlon---l\Irs. Herbert Hitch. Marporle Jean Limbaugh of the body, which i

Phone 29 I Legislation-Mrs. W. E. Middle- State Farm; LeKtta Corpening, I FOR RENT-Furnished cottagesat Struth Senior, supt.League Sunday eveningat 600000. J
Davis Anderson,
ton. Kingsley lake week-ends! or *
i Gloria Johns Ritch O. L. I 7:15: o"clock.MidWeek Largo-Hom. I
t Muslc-1\lrs. D. E. Knight. Tommy by the week. J. F. Klckliter, I devotion Wednesday
1).lltllY-H.lfli'IItR: : wore urtlHtrtically arranged about Health-Mrs. L. Wyman. Haynes Jr., Leonard Darby Peek, Starke. 0-15-tf. stalls new rnodci, i, 0
t i i Iho living room where three tables : American Home-Mrs. C. A. L. V. Smith Jr.. Billy and John evening at 8:00 o'clock.
The. following': announcement Is were arranged for bridge. Salted Futch. Chalker, Ralph Rhodes, George I I I FOR SALE-1925 Reo. 1 1-4 t tI ton ST. JOHNS 1).1Y FIRST -
of Interest to the friends of Miss nuts were HerVed on tables during Brown Moore of Lawtey, Louise
I II Reautlflcatlon-Mrs. J. C. Hoover. truck, closed body run less I'HE.snVTEIlIAN: CHUltCII
t i Darby throughout the state: I the evening. After several lively ; Stearns, Margaret Ann Malpas, I I than 10,000 miles good rubber Say it

4 It Mr.\ and Mrs. Arthur Morgan progressions the scores were Standing Committee: May Mervereau, Nettle fowling A-l condition; cheap for quick Everybody at Sunday school 10a. with Flower

Darby announce the engagement ed and prlzfH awarded to total-I Finance Mrs, H. A. Weeks. Rebeccah Rooks.ItiSTIItT,11N'Y Flowers
sale. Phone 4, River Market m. promptly. For
of their Clarence Hoppe holder of All
y I F t and approaching marriage House-Mrs. J. S. Butler. Green Cove Springs. 6-22-tf. Public congregational worship ,
the ladles was given a jam dish.
} daughter r1T .
4 Frances Gasklns I Mr. Johnson holder of high score J\lemberllhlp-I\Jra. O. L I3eas- : : j HIIOWEK 11 a. m. Special music. Theme Occasions
7 ley. (" ):I.I.MINTIXG; WANTED-Sewing to do. Chil for sermon, "Palace of the KIng."
w .
for given match holder.Mr.
to men was a '
t t Press-Mrs. J. L. Plckerell. MISS ".\JUIYJI dren's school dresses a specialty. Christian Endeavor at 7:16: p.
lr. Francis Maguire\ Jr. and Mrs. W. K. Butler were Gertrude
.jy, Philip
: Program-Mrs. It. J. Davis Prices reasonable, satisfaction m. Delightful "Recreation for Godbey
i 26. 1928. consoled with a letter and
July opener School-Mrs. E. M."Rooks Mrs. II. R. McEII "revolt."
; guaranteed. but no
MSKr ; youth,
r tp Starke, Florida.J'KKHIIYTKKIAX powder Jar. rs. M. C. Stith and Miss
The hostess served her 'Junior Club-Mrs.. d. P. Raymond I roy, Starke Fla Rt. 2 6-22-lt Evening service, 8 o'clock, Spe
---- guests Blanche Alderman were hostesses I
for "Tte
SUNDAY clal music. Topic sermon
with chicken
; salad potato chips
The audience was favored with Wednesday afternoon from four to ANOTHER PIANO SACRIFICE Greatest Thing in the World." Phone 39 Waldo
SCHOOL PICNIC pickles, saltines and Ire tea. ( n
b' 1 t two readings "The Good Little six at the home of Miss Alderman's Due to Inability to keep up pay 'Come to the "Little Brown
Those enjoying the evening with
; r The Presbyterian Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. Knight were: Mr. Boy" and( "Day Dreams,' (Edgar parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder- ments, we have had a high grade Church in the Vale." You will be
Guest by Miss Hazel Middleton, piano In the best of condition
) .
:held their annual outing Thursday and Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mr and i I man with a miscellaneous shower, so welcome.B. FOR .JIONl''IE.VT'
landing at KlngsJ and Miss Florence Andrews ren- turned back to us. This Instrument T. Watson, Supply Pastor
at Trubv's Mrs. W E Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Darby
complimenting Miss Frances -
dered very beautifully a piano solo ; we can sell for a rare bar-
J lake. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. Clarence a Markers
.: Cars with ways provided for all, }Hoppe( Miss Jeanette Durden, Mr.} "Funtasle' by Mozart. a bride-elect of next month. I gain, giving terms to responsible Summers excursions to Floridaon coping ,)Ir anyt}).

].ft the church at ten o'clock a. m. Johnson and Mr Lex Green. I During the social hour the hostesses Baskets of shasta daisies with parties. For full particulars the Clyde Line, will bring for your cemctprv ,ot *
d In swlm- fur the afternoon served de- I address Ludden & Bates, visitors to Florida who are '
and the day was spent fern were used as decorations for many our designs and price.-
Iti a the ALLEN licious refreshments of sherbert Atlanta Ga. 6-22-lt. state in the (#!
tt jfilng and boartlng At noon :MRS HOSTESS the living and library rooms unable to visit this buying.We .
hour a most enjoyable picnic luncheon and cake. 'winter time.
1 ,t; a which opened ensulte and made a LOST-Roy, 14 years of age; deliver
was enjoyed. About seven The following Item taken from Ii 1'I'1'-Bf.ITCJl K.MS; .VJEMKXT;: ; this brown hair, blue fair com- and ereci vol
attractive for eyes
affair very setting Now that all the election returns
this delightful -
ty-five enjoyefl, Sunday's issue of the St. Augustine ,\SOU'iJoJT: : DINNER: plexion, medium size and weighing Work.
be In the people of Florida -
I which Is always looked for- Record, will be of Interest to PARTY lovely affair.Miss Small seem to
tuft'I about 110 pounds.
ward too with pleasure, friends of Miss Louise Belle Carter Mona Alderman gave three will have more time to harvestthe THE
'+, -*- scar on right side upper lip; hay, cotton, tobacco and GAINESVILLlMEMORIAL
? --" -* + of near Lawtey who U well The following Item taken from piano limbers which were well received corn
handed. long
left gray
ro..T C. CM II other that will mean real
I and Mrs. Stith rendered crops
known In Starke: the issue of June 15th of the Ocala trousers, white shirt, gray cap, CQ

The K;: T C. club met at the Mrs Elwod O. Allen of 327 St. Star will be of Interest to the very beautifully two vocal solos black tie. black shoes. Left Dell, money. ,
(George street entertained delight- Starke and Bradford county with Miss Alderman as accompanist. 12th Jackson- Box 232Gainesville.
: home of Miss Huth Guest Friday many Fla., on Peggy train June Camp Johnston near
fully Friday evening in honor of friends of Supt. HI Itch. A musical contest was also
$' After several hours I for Starke. Name R. Williams, ville has again put on a martialair
afternoon.in sewing and chatting the her house guest Miss Louise Belle News of the engagement of Miss given and Mrs DeWltt C. Jones Jr. Wire or notify R. I. Williams as the National Guardsmen of Fla.
spent Three tables of "bunko won the prize for having the most
s Miss Gussle Carter. Slna L. Kite and J. Siemon IJlitch Bell, Fla. It*
r, hostess, assisted by 'were enjoyed. The prizes for high Is of state-wide Interest, as both numbers correct, which was a love- --
: honors were awarded to Miss ly Jewelry 'box The hostesses presented I I ', iimiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHn' iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiimimijiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiit, llIllll.IIIIII'11I1111I1111I11I111111,1", ..
well known through their efficient -
sandvetches are 4> 4> "' 4> IY I
'Rachel Llnsrott and Walter Lin- and capable superlntend- the gifts to Miss Darby in a
1 fit t Through error ommltled from Bcott, while Miss Ruth Llnacott I ency of state Institutions Miss very clever manner, the gifts being I 0 0 .
-varez' name was and Harryj Dale received cO 801a- concealed in a large miniaturebride's 0$0
t 1 Kite of the ServicesI
ns Church
ti the list of members of the 1$. T. C. '
tions. Miss Louie Belle Carter cake, which was ornamented -
Florida State Industrial School
: Club when pointed last w ek.AV. 8> .
received a beautiful hand-tinted for Girls and Mr. Dutch as head of with fern and orange! blossoms -
(flower as guee' prize. After the the state prison farm at Raiford. On top of this cake werea I I I <$ 000(50,00004)< <
q' ; ,, t M. V. n.\II.Y STARKE, FLORIDA
-- game, an Ire course was served The announcement was made miniature bride and groom.A IU PTIST '
u r r I and mimic enjoyed. Those present dinner salad course! with Ice tea was i Represents! the Best Leading Insurance Companies!
The W. M. U. Rally of the New Saturday evening at a givenby -
t were the Misses Louie Belle Car-' Kite's brother R. J. Kite. nerved by Mrs O. C. White and Rev. G. P. Raymond )
River Association was held wljth Miss ( pastor. FInE ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
r the Starke church last Friday, ter, Rachel LlnHcott,. Frances Walker Jr., at the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. little Misses Mary and Martha Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F.
Ruth Llii8<'ott, Olga Gardiner, Brownlee. The napkins were of a MADE PROMPTLY
with a uplendld program arranged S. Burgess: of this city.A Klckliter, supt. Attendance last
4k Mrs W. L. Llnwtott, Harry Dale, cupid design and daisies I ,
for the day. !Many out-of-town color motif of green and white were Sunday 85.Worship. :llllftlllllllll"'lIIlIllIIllInlllllllllllmllllllllllllllll""' lllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllJ1I1I1II1I1I11I1I1II":1I11!!!!!!!! | : I1I1I1I1I1I1 nun?
L, visitors attended (the meeting and ,Fred Clarke, Florence Mlckler, was used In the prettily appointed imed as favors. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
r { tc t William Matthew Harry Irofeld, which I Those invited to this lovely affair All members be -- --- -
,T, at the noon hour a most enjoyable table the conterpiece of try to present at
( luncheon wa served at the pas- Walter Llimcott, Elwood O. Allen. was a large bowl of Shasta daisies were: Misses Ruth Sternberg morning service to give hand of -
) -- the chandelier Mary Canova, Lucille Mitchell, Hazel fellowship to those who have
s torlum.AITT10V. WOMIN'S: CLUB: and( fern and from recently -
-- HOLDS IIKTINO: : above fenU>cns of ribbon fell to the and !Madge Middleton, Hazel'' joined our church by bap- I II
: )> I
1HHIM1K 1'\HTY corners of the table. The place Kit-kilter, Florence and Elizabeth tism and by letter. Ii
I Andrews, Elise Jones, Inez Abernathy n Y. P. U. 7:15 i
at attendance
tl n cards bore the engugement!; announcement ; LUMBERRough
of The regular meeting o f the Mildred Mona
)u Atc delightful affair Friday The guests of the Gill Alderman keeping up well.

+ evonliiK was a bridge party given Stark Woman's Club was held evening Included about 20 of the Harriet Rltch, Rosa Levlton. Mid-week service Wednesday at

by Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight at last Wednesday afternoon at the special friends: of the honoree. I Isabel Fernandez, Eunice Perkins 8 p. m.Last.
I their home to their club and Club house. Reports were givenby Virginia Weeks; Mesdames C. N'
Although no wedding!; date was Sunday night our congregation -
3'4', r t, frlc lIdll, the various committees and after given It Is understood that it will Christy J. M. Edwards, Dale Van- enjoyed a splendid addressby $25.00 perM

i Bowls and VRKHH. of pink ruses! the regular buslnwx session! be an event of the near future. I sickel of Gainesville; D. C. Jones Mrs. Leonard, superintendentof -
C. W. Chalker, S. L. Peek, J. M.
Miss Kite hag been head of the the Baptist Children's Home of.
girls/ Ind list rial school! for more and II. L. Brownlee, G. C. White, Jacksonville.

than six yeurs and under her excellent C. A. Knight J. }o'. Klckliter, Jr., Flooring $25.00per M 1

WE OFFER THIS WEEK I THE: FOLLOWING MONEYSAVING : management the school bas T J. and G W Alderman, and the follt'IoI'r: ;! CIIIU TI.\S ,
Iionoree'f) mother, Mrs A. ell l'ItCII
+ : SPECIALS made a remarkable record for ef- M.I!
llclency Miss\ Kite is highly esteemed -

'' 2 qut. Ice Cream Freezer, wood' tub.----- $3.65: and It Is the regret of her will Rev.preach Pick BO a at of the Jacksonville Christian, Sheeting, $25.00 per M 1 1i

fa'' } 2 qt. Metal Freezers ? 98c many friends. : that her marriiiKo LAAVhOV.RIXHSTEK I church here next Sunday morningand
t -----
----- -- ---- will take her away (mm this city. i

? I Mosquito( Nets complete __ ___________ $.1.75 II I I evening at the regular hours. I
I 1 The following announcementtaken It Is especially requested that Screen Doors Screen Wire
; r''a .1 Folding Card Tables __ ___ ________-_____ $2.50 Jl\iS: M'NCIII.ON HONORING: from Wednesday's Times- all members of this church be in ,

t Cane Seat Cottage Chairs u_________________ $1.25: ;MISS \KIIV, UKII>I-ILKCT: : Union will be of Interest to the attendance at these services.ILL .
[ Starke friends or Miss Register .
+ Cane Seat Torch Rockery n_______________.__ $3.00 Frances Gasklns Darbyto who has visited her aunt Mrs. L HAY SKItVU'K COUINTH Sheet Rock Celotex-

; r l' I 25 ft. Garden Hose -_ ___u_____________ $1.98 II. Eastman, here on several occasions -- .
Philip Francis i.ingulro : There will be an all day service
4'h None
r charged at these prices
; July the twenty-sixth Lake Butler, June 19.-The with dinner on the ground Sundayat

1 Nineteen hundred twentyeightThe home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Corinth Baptist church, and it Get Our Prices

t ; above announcement was Register was the scene of a beau- Is expected that many from Starke i i
k HART FURNITURE CO. made at1 luncheon given last tiful wedding Sunday morning will be in attendance at these ser I

I Wednesday by Miss Elise Jones at when their daughter, Ada Eugenia vices. Mrs. Leonard and children

b the home of hen parents! Mr. and became the bride of Henri Alton from the Children's Home in Jack- I uiiniinniiiimimnwmMHmmiiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniimimiiiiii ,Amlllllllllllllll 'I... '
: { iiiiioiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii::
Mrs. DeWitt C, Jones. Lawson of Auburndale. The cere- sonville will have charge of the

71 i la Quantities of shasta daisies and mony was performed on the front services during, the afternoon.
Radiance roses formed the decor- DAVIS
porch) and under an artistic arrangement QUIGLEY
: ations for this affair and METHODIST
i : lovely of shasta daisies and I
: place cards were old fashioned plumosa fern.A -
(Enoch Marvin hooks, ) i
girls carrying baskets of. pink program of wedding music pastor.
A four Sunday school Sunday morning
roses. course luncheon was which Mrs. Ella Strickland sang

served and between courses Mrs Oh Promise Me, accompanied by

4 LET THIS BANK M. Chandler Andrews Stlth.as accompanist with Miss Florence sang- was Miss rendered.Clarissa Knight on the violin, --

L two numbers, "Fair Killarney The bride and groom, preceded
i t Across! the Sea," (Raise) and by Rev. McDowell entered the liv-
7 : "Loving You" The
(Wright) I
ing room and to the strains of vio-
HELP YOU honoree, Mitts Darby was attrac- lin music marched to the altar
tively attired on this occasion in a ANNOUNCINgOPENING
where the ring ceremony was read.
dress of und white
sports yellow
The bride was attired in her

: georgette. goIng-away suit of rose tan silk
; : Those enjoying the hospitalityof crepe fashioned ensemble and with -

Miss Jones were: Atlases Florence tunic embroidered In a lovely de

and Elizabeth> Andrews Mary sign. All accessories were of

_ Cunova, Harriet Ritch, Virginia I slightly lighter shade. OF THE
No matter whether you operate a store, Weeks, Hazel Mlddleton, Ruth I Mrs. Lawson was born in Lake j

i Sternberg, Blanche Alderman, Butler and was graduated several I 1 1years

Rosa Levlton. Lucille Mitchell.'Ha- ago from! the high school I
Farm work for others-con-
Factory, .or zel Klckliter .
Mrs. M. C. Stith, Mrs.J. here and has since been a successrul I
Maurice Edwards and the hon- teacher. The last four years'

P t sult your banker about any matter of finance oree's mother, Mrs.\ A. M. Darby. she has been a member of the Service StationREGISTER

<'Ki.iim\Tis: : : I'limnIllllTHDXV I I Auburndale school faculty
Mr. Lawson Is a native o{ Do-
that puzzles you. than. Ala., but for several years

Little Ida Lulu Davis entertain has been Interested In the citrus

Drop in to see us. We will be,glad to do ed at the home of her parents!, Mr. fruit business in Florida MOTOR COMPANY

and Mrs. K, J. Davis last Friday

a afternoon from four to five-thirty TRAIN SCHEDULE
t" our very best for you. ,, In celebration of her third birthday Our schedule changes 12.01 a.
:, ,
anniversary.The m. Sun-day. April 15th. 1928. and
) i home was beautifully dec-< trains will run as follows: ,

i orated for the occasion with gar- No. 1, southbound local due, Saturday June 23
: den flowers of every hue and In Starke, 11.18 p. m.

_ + i the center of the dining table was No. 11, southbound local due ,

A the birthday cake on which were SStarke, 10:63: a. m.

three tiny pink candles. No. lOT southbound limited, due

j BANK OF STARK Little Miss Fenella Snyder en- Starke, 1.20 p. m.

r tertaned the little folks with No. 2 Northbound local, due

1 games and stores during the afternoon Starke, 6.35 a. m. 1\,,
;: i 4 : h" 4.ROLkpqHONOR and many lovely gifts No. 12 northbound local due. .: FREE
4 : !; were received by the little hostess. Starke, 3:34 p. m. I :. .. t1ftJVL&} .

bark Davis assisted by Mrs. J, C. No. 108 northbound limited, due
t '!1 f m E.-S. Matthews.-Prelit. B. J. Cashier Hoover and 1\11'1. C. II. Marks served Starke, 6:44 p. m.IVannee .

I delicious candy, ''ice creani and Branch One quart of Oil icith) ch 'p lui8e'of,IT Gallons oi/wor of

pink angel food cake. No. 101 leaves Starke 6:30: a.
_ Those invited were: Ruth Wy __ Gasoline on opening day.

., man, Sara Barefoot, Jacqueline m.No.. 102 arrives Starke, 2:10 p.
and J, W. Andrews. 3rd.. Gloria m.

Buford, Freeman Register, Doris T, J. GRIFFIN Agent

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w, ''''UIJiiiiilliii, i iiiiiiiii"ItIIII"lIIlIUIII,iii Hiit'Ii i Uiiii iiiiiil i"",,{'''",------ I I I IliiKtiuMattliows.; : : who Is a "itt- t wood O Allen :Mis Ituth ;
tli'iit Virginia Military Academy, t'ottv and :III''n'd\ "lark

Is spending his vacation here with

his parents IIoiu. and Mrs. E, S. Sunday's Gainesville Sun "..1'- '

Bits ol I'-ji Matthews.The rled an announcement of the marriage SPECIALS

of Miss Grace C. Green: oft I Friday Saturday ;

d') ii many friends of Dr. W. E. that clt>* and Mr. J. T, Ilennesst'v, I I i i '

., (.( Middleton who underwent an operation of Birmingham, Ala, which" was
'J "' : A 4l
.f''I1i''j: ; : '.. # f' at Riverside: hospital Tues performed In SUrka hint Friday
I to learn that II
1_ day will be pleased afternoon with Uev. Raymond l of ----.-- -
he la getting along flue. the First Baptist church officiating. '
Our People, Business and .- I

Concerning Progress of the County and Town 1!I Mr. and Mrs. E. "iV";, Hayes areattending ,' Among those attending the 01'-1 KINGAN'S HAM' SMALLAVERAGE Per lb 20 p a Y'>,

the official visit of the PICNIC
der of Kastern;: Star school of instruction t' s
Grand matron O. E. S at Wnlilo\
I \ -
today are:
ur uaaawuYarYlnumuuMUSUwaaawuuuamisiwuswuaaim, In Gainesville "
,runmmanuuuuisinmulanmtamauuw116t'flllaf '' ---
F' '' 1 tonight.Mrs. W J. f
} Mesdames 0, C. White. p-
: IlEl>ORT Mrs. J. II. Carradlne and ItIIII"'I\\ persou, O. W. Alderman C1, 1'\1'. I Suggestions for Your Canning t q ,

I, ; ter, of Lawtey, were J. S. Balsden and children Knight C. A. Fntch O. M. Sis- Del Monte Spinach +
,..id I I for week end Starke Monday Miss Lelah Muller and Miss Juan- trunk, Miss Blanche Alderman and ;';g ,i"lI'

[t- I 128.! Southern For- ita Lee, all of Penaacolj are visit- Mrs. G. A. Anderson, of Lawtey
n'' .'OI"lIt, Station, Starkel.ainiall Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Pickerill Ing Mr. and Mrs. VV. W. Unladen. I 1.1c Jar Rubbers 2 pkgs. 25c 'i Y
is pel' spent Sunday at Jacksonville No. 1 en,,. '
I \lax. 1II1n. Preclp.II Beach. Prof. J. A. Beal, of the Jackson music at the Woman's College, No. 2 can J6c MIXED PICKOML #

[14 66 1.62 ville business College, was a visitor who has been enjoying 19c rt 1C Jd '
: s7 66 .17 J. Ii. Lawrence( of Keystone to Starke last Friday afternoon Tallahassee a visit here with her parents, No. 2 1-:. can LING SPICES p 1 ;4 L' +I

I 69 .21 Heights, was a prominent visitor
yg G.V. Pts.OOcscrew t
and Mrs.
I"" 7 65 .00 to Starke last Friday morning. leaves Mr. today for Cincinnati I Ohio, Fruit Jars j .Jlason t
; i
I I Q1s. $1.05
.00 Top
,!9 I 87 Miss Viola Young, who lias been where she will take A special !
.00 G. W. Alderman left today forPensacola FRUIT
I 17 1:1: 69 I enjoying a mouth's visit here with course at the Cincinnati Conservatory '
.00 where he will attend
:.i., 71 the circuit clerk's convention her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. II of Music. Certo bottle 32c'

Young has returned to Chicago. per ,
2.00 No 7 can 2.;c ,
I I B. T. Watson, pastor Presbyterian "I
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Steele and Rev. t' '
-- Jacksonville- was a Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Iloyer and church of Starke will deliver No. 2 can .. 32c2c doz. 20c % \ ,
;rM ",1 three children and Mrs. Moore of Jar J Caps r
8vw'ioi, to Starke Tuesday. Gainesville spent Mondayl'n son, of Jacksonville, spent Sundayin the addresses, at the specialSt. No. 2 1.2 ./ per
< Mld-
Starke with Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Johns day celebration nt
Starke with relatives
of Hampton, was a W Manning. dleburg next Monday. 2Bth 3pm.: '" -- L '
t Tuesday morning The program Is arranged and 01MONOGRAJOU Quarters 49t
K' siarue, C. L. Sarnes, of Largo, who Is by the Masonic Lodgeof BUTTER---------j ( r'lI'' '
Lloyd Green" Is a patient at the sponsored GOLD 1'cr Lb. '
attending summer school at Clay county. BP- SUNSET T
the Dollar DressMornbtrg's. government hospital in Lake City, Mlddleburg. iII
e tau M-on Gainesville was visiting friends In close of day, AliceCOFFEE t "
freshments at Ladu '
where he will uudergo an opeiatlun I
Starke last Friday afternoon.
this week. Canada DryGINGER

.-P i B Hunt, of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hall of Jack Gardiner Anthony of Tampa, JELLO '
Monday ofn Williams Paints I visiting friends In Starke
Starke Sherwin -
was ;
minor to sonville, are spending the week in "Standard of the World" Ask any Monday morning while E'nrol1to to and ALE back if t> '
no ;
Starke with :Mrs. Hall's parents, painter which paint he likes best. Jacksonville Mr. Anolhnny', whit Your money ,

Mr. and Mrs. I* S. Hutto. It's a safe bet he will say SWP. and Mrs. Ice Cream Powder Satisfied
daughter, Miss the late Capt. '
his f
and parents
t \Vvnn Jones" Lumber & Supply Co. of 21c 4! 'it.
Hampton, were vlsitirki Anthony were former residents t-2 ii pkg.
,L''' of' nionday morning. Friends. ot Mrs. J. Lambe, who Starke where Ciipt. Anthony was 3 pkgs. 25c 2 bottles 37c Ib., ; JOe ''ti
-< ; recently underwent an operation. Mrs. H. S. Johns, of Lake Duller for years conductor on the 'lIu-1 !! I pkg.,

will be glad; to learn that she la was tn: Starke during the weekend \ - -- -----
,'11 iriffln' of recovering rapidly at her home. visiting: at the home of her nee. branch. I I IMrs. I. !

th,, "c'ek, -end In II. 32c
Mrs.V. .
JaCksonVllle\\ parent, Mr. and CHEESE. Per Pound. ,
0 J. Misses CREAM
,ith, i Mrs Mesdam.es E M. Johns J. E. Ureen.Mnt.. T. N Kendrlck and Mae FULL -
Kendrick, Gutmle
I Elizabeth -
Matthews anddaughter --- -- 'r i' '
K. S. ----- '
of Tampa, Corpenlng -- ----
n. n"i F Drown B. L. Knight has returnedto Bennett, Beatrice Biillen and Bright ,
Miss Florence, were visitors have the Large
during the atwaiiH
Starke Gainesville We
T to Sunday In jtt '
nor to Jacksonville Monday. her home in Tampa after: spendIng rie Uglow spent Fresh Vine .. ti
-endicird! several days here with tier where they attended the most complete Hue of

lushaud who Is an employee: of the executive meeting of the University FRESH F'IalTS.ami' LEMONSPerDoz.35c

; Lack l of the State Farm Miss Annie Mae Pearce has been Seaboard' on the Wunrieo, branch. District} of Christian Kndeav-: : 1:1' A il L E S intown.
-MIIIM friends In Starke Sun- enjoying a visit with Miss Beverly or. ,

Cady at her Kingsley lake Mrs. Hart Stringfellow and Mrs. See our window 4

home. Robert Glass of Gainesville spent Rev anti Mrs. 1:. M Hooks and lodau before bulling.;
Iii ulgan, of Stuart spend- Thursday in Slarke the guests of little daughter!; Rebecca have returned Per Lb.

"?merime here with his moth- Miss Jennie' Hull, of Ft. Lauderdale !\ O. L. Beasley: at her home I' from Tampa where they attended 4'__ -' -

IN Uflla Hagan. Is spending several days In on Walnut street.Frank : the nnnual Methodist Conference "

Starke with her uncle and aunt, In session there lust week j jlov.

gh), Hrnwnlee Jr., is spending Mr. and Mrs N. B. Hull. Hicks of Baj Mlnette, } Hooks has been assigned!: the \

Lakeland morning; to StArke rhuri'h for another :veur
P"h i Hi. DeLand and Ala., arrived Sunday I
1 +, misn I Mrs. W. S. Blakely son Bll- spend several months visiting his much to the delight; of their many I l lt

lie, of Jacksonville\ are visiting brother.lu-law and sister. Mr. and Stnrke friends t t
Mr. and Mrs W. W. -
her parents I
i I. \I Temple, of Talloliasi Mrs.: G. Kirk Lewis. .
.I i sveek-end guest of 1lr.1 Balsden. -- Mrs. Josephine. Edwards': who 1'' rI'll

Mrs. Harold Wall is spending has been spending sometime with'
\ 'OTRO.; C White. Mesdames! G. C. While and '\1f. C,. the week In Jacksonville with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr ,

Stith and Miss Blanch"( ",'.Car :'inppent husband la at- Daniels of Plant { I
while her Mrs. II. O.
', 'White bank examiner friends:, and
aftemct :.n Tuesday at Camp to her
ii i i ling/ sometime: in West tending the encampment City has returned\ l&Sbe 't r
R.Ih 'rifle Johnston. here. During Mrs. Kdwardu'! visitIn |I ------
----- --- Plant City she was stricken with i I -- -

Mrs Irene L. Wills lett las,\ The Senior-Intermedia H. Y. paralysis, but in. very much Improved - through insinuation riier lire between, twelve and tit,1 i iIro I fI
1 Dollar iluirged I for the I tag
'u might to see Va., where she minion throe auditors ,. 1
Norfolk, If
week for P.; U., are giving a party this evening to the delight of her many of $7,000.: tho n Hand In thn Btato.rial spa.
IH Hi StrrnlM-J1-. her son-in-law ancdaughter : and its Innuendo dup'Tlinenl' nt salaries 4q 54
will visit at the Woman's Club, Slarke friends.Scientists that the oliU'ors for the several I. t
t t Improbable
It is not considerable position
-- and Mrs. K. D. Neal attend The most ,
Mr. _
-- --- will byKovuinor s
expected that many will attempt to induce road. also are appointed !
of the -
governor governor
next tins pleasure ill
of Lake hold ill ,
arlr' II. Register,
that (lies carry
. to this affair. say senate to remove\ Ur. Hahtu- III that of the state !game; and. ;'r ?
'f 'MISa business visitor Mrs W. E. Mlddleton amdaughters Infantile g '11 { I
of typhoid therehy acceptinga math I i of<>
germs train'otnre, ,roinmlnHloiior J "Florida boosts u
10; !last i week.. Misses Kludge and Hazel and Mrs. Marion McGeei; disorders, andover way will b'' f i'nali water fish t '' I' ,
summer -
Sheriff paralysis, responsibility which It the Incumbent and the boards and ronunlsHluim. in l ,
spent the nest of the week ir of Stuart, spent Flies H. Itoyall ,, r r
children other Us i
and four thirty reluctant to assume and Ttio ad- Istrs of whom are nom d l Iv if I
In $0,000 a year
rsila Onderhlll of Jncksonwa Jacksonville with relatives.! the first of the week In Starke visIting should be killed.( KLY-TOX is members muy find costly when salary general since, 102:1:!:I. (ieiiirul governor, generally for "I'liumgterms. ,
visiting friends near Mrs. McGee mother, Mrs. to people but sure deathto attain li !wi<'nt"t !
and daughter,, harmless they dome before the people J. Clifford H. Foxier, also holds The HI ale roud < ,< + "
1\1 last week-end.! Fred F. Stump Monday In Hustle Louisa Swindell. mosquitoes, roaches moths FLY-and For election. Having within his ofllce luring the governor'! pleas IH 1 hit only one that draws u Hilary l

Evelyn spent bed bugs us well as flies. the chief magistrate Others Members of other b indu, re-
such patronage Is $5.000.
Hillary +
gift His
Dyal. piano) salesman, of where Mr. Stump was looking after !><> jour fret hurl? tftt to St..rn"h"I'JI'H TOX Is fragrant stainless, sure.-- ; may succeed In same such lire.holding ofllco at the pleasure of ci'lvo only) their actual "\pm' 'a ;pi t s

Business College, was a vlslo business interests. for rrlk-f. Adv. It be launch state liuHtaoi"\ ,
-_ ; undertaking should tho governor are: 16 Insputtori In while employed' on i

Starke lost Thursday nt'Hlernberg's. ed. the department of agriculture Including "Soma of the inure l. ,njt.tlint.at,
out lixvi'9 anti brother, and\
C'UmhiK nigdan L. Harter
Eva Mrs J.
Miss Mr. and \ Further commenting upon thy oil/ feed, drug, fertiliser bonnie lo which Mr. Carlton will g 4
In Jacksonville f
esle of Graham, wasiUii Wednesday and Miss
) Foggy La'ySIlent three children: may be. G'
which a governor uularlus $2,000 his goveriiorHhlp
\ largess etc. during
Mrs. Inspectors appoint I Iare
Starke their mother South Carolina .
business in visiting of Fairfax} ,
to hatter The Tampa
faithful salaries central anilplant
day Misses Amelia and Olive Kay are J. J. HI don, who Is at the: bed who enjoying a visit here stow upon each; 21 court reporters, the stale board of } t
are Inspector of health '
enjoying a visit in Iteddlc'k will l side of their sister .11 rs. O. J, Pen- and Mrs Wm. Monden, Times says: $1,800 each; supervising board elate
sister-in-law, Mr I with "One of the flint appointments of naval stores; nine naval dental examiners, pharmacy, outomolry -
brother and Mon
But- their
-I 1 of LaKe Mr. and
Floyd by
ney. accompanied make and nine automobile examiner, #
to q
will have stores Inspectors( osteopathic f
toke and Mrs L. C. Ray. spent the latter the governor
was a businessvlsHor den and J. D. Harter .
who archlt
of his own secretary, license Inspectors. embulmlng chiropractors, i
Tuesday. Mrs. Florida E. Heed, -who has of last week In SouthFlorida U that +
Little Miss Lillian Harris of been a guest of her brother-til law part visiting Lakeland. Tampa. also acts as secretary tothe board "Appointed by Urn governor, but Lecture law' examiners, public welfare

P Gainey, of ,Brooker: was Jacksonville upending\ several I and slater, Mr. and Mrs. ::11. H and St. Petersburg returning via. of state institutions and state par., practically non-political In character plumbing commissioners veterinary
of $.5, and podiatry:
friend Fe. board, at a salary of state examiners,
her tho positions
with her home dotting
Starke are
in .to
+ding to business In Starke days Young, has returned Daytona Beach. ,
and chemist and their assistants and the Florida real estate coin-'I{'
, geologist
lay morning. \ In Peru, 000."Other four year offices '
Mr. Lancaster, of the Southern Important mission. # ,
and Mrs. Albert Thomas, A: Art Company. }Fitzgerald; la., and which run to varying dates "The governor appoints the 28 A change In the head ot a[.department 1
I Lispshle and O. -L'. Gambull of the Mr. Roy Dr-puyster, Mlsa Hicks, and the salaries of each are:shell Hotel circuit: judges, salaries $7,500, usually is accompanied' ''II 'r a'

State' Farm, were guests of Mr. Mrs. Lois HUks, Miss Kllle Thompson commissioner. $6,000; county registration supervisor by more or less extensive thangeaIn : + ,
state ,
and Mrs. J. L. Plckertll Tuesday Mr. Ulee Dugger. MildredFraaer fish commissioner! $6,000; labor and probation officers: but he halt the personnel This Is especial\ J1 iii fin I Ily

evening. Mr Ad Thompson, Kd- veterinarian, $4,500; state little real choice In the matter as I Hie\ In the motor vehicle department -
$2.400 ; state marketing much of the work r
win Fraser, Tony Powers Jr., inspector It Is customary for aspirants for where 4 ( "
I + Mr. and Mrs. f.: "M. Barefoot Shelly McKuabh, Mr. Sheldon commissioner' $8,000. the these positions to !leek approval of Is performed by so-called 'extra

and children. Juanita and Sara, Beasley and Mr. Peter Burnsed "The lust legislature created motor the electorate In the t primary election help.' A chungo In admlnlutratlon '
Abernathy spent the evening offices of state auditor and record has practically no effect on the rIQQQ'
and Mist Inez motored over and spent There In a ruso on r'u
Sunday at Sanderson with rela in the cool waters of Kings vehicle commissioner, each carrying however wherq the governor failed personnel of the cabinet departments a
The Incumbents -
i of $1,500.. of which arc
Thurs- a salary Democratic nominee the heads
Starke, on a
lives. Lake, near to appoint +
ley to
been appointed News. s
I have
: circuit judge.! Iectod1'ulatklL Dally ?
I day of last W. ek.-Baker County for the office of
Mrs. H. V. Turner and little son, nerve until 1931. The legislature The governor also appoints 22 ----.--. -- j

J? > M' i- :: c I' and daughter Miss LoiseUle' of I Reporter I also provided for appointment by state attorneys One hundred. tons of sugar cane I
M state
l .Gainesville, are upending the week APPOINTIVK: OFFICES 11 the governor$3,600 of 10 and assistant three special "XotarleHt public! form a veritable wero planted. at Eagle: Buy, In. '. t I..1
Turner's tnoth- auditors at '
with Mrs.\
'In Starke I asslHtanU to the attorney general army of minor office-holders Okeechobee county by Rn farmers I ""I'

I er. Mrs. F. B. Johns. The Tampa Times, one of the, I at $".200. The governor also appointed by the chief executive. during April and May i'. ''. ".?, a
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and dui ------
Carlton organs --
Colley ant staunch --- -- -- .. ..
and Mrs. Drayton ----- --- _
Mr. ---
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the inveterat r- --- wIly -
children, have returned to tbeli itig some campaigns _.. i

THE home in Orlando, after enjoyjnt tots of political the"machines, hall of J. E. Corpcning ;'
visit here with Mr. Col1.y'smothp.r. discovered that governor STARKE FOLKS
a Mrs. W. A. Colley. the state of Florida :bas large at' WHAT HARDWAR.E : j't
polntlve power. YOU LOOK -f EslVEAR5 L"": ME

Allot It'haa also. dlscovvreO that ther oRE. QEU.S You YOUR '
H. Fields Misses YOUNGER
J. '
FUTURE Mrs. limitations that will block feovn) 9 KNOCK WITH!! l
Xernaiwlez, Jennie Hull and Inei are of the WHEN DID YOU HAAAMERS. To ,
the part I f4--
action upon
Abernathy and Messra. Wesley quick I If Powell, spent Incoming executive, .especiallY IT ? ?
John BUY
Tt earn money is one thing, but to save moneyis Tuesday Stearns and afternoon In Jackson he desires to remove the .elflclen ), < THAT 1 GET MY j f, :

thing. Many for- I. chairman of the State Road De FACE CREAMS: AN I IPOWDERS i t
ville. +
another and more
r doubt does.
partment, as /
in youth.As AT
tunes have grown out of pennies saved Johns and son. Mr and Dr. Fons A, Hathaway, who hall

a protection against destitution in the case of Mrs.A. A.Russell Johns and children, I built more highways by far that road I, :><5tf CDRPEKINGST&uasT"( ) :;
to be an others beads of the state
saving has come Mrs Avis Mansell and daughter, &
illness or unemployment, creates d ;(
since It was I
Marguerite, of Frostproof, were! department
absolute necessity. week of Mrs. E. F. during the administration of Gov' KA

People who spend al Ithey earn really live above guests last I armor Trammell, was appointed tc ki -. ...

not be in debt I Johns. serve until November 29, 1929, a -
their income even though hey may fortunate fact, and cannot be oil' 1'
and daughter
Mrs. S. B. Sapp! .
Dorothy and Mrs W. B. Mundy removed except by the state senMe. Beauty aids, health and' happiness. accessories' Store"The ;'Jt
Thjs wellirhe him ample opportunity .: Corpening's Drug __
Swindell spent
BRADFORD COUNTY BAN!, and Tuesday Miss Hannah In Gainesville with to continue his con Standard goods priced for a saving. Remedies for ,r t

itructlve program for a period at t.. r make'rno'thj' 1 'Service Store'er "
friends. .
least. It will also present an embarrasslnr this and that and household helps that

Financial Stronghold Belle Carter returned situation, as the Incumbent 1 1I >
Bradford County's Miss store.t
home Sunday after.spending has been roundly denounced happy. This ia YOUR. ,

Augustine and \> the Democratic nominee for
weeks In St. I f

STARKE, FLORIDA J two Daytona Beach. She was accompanied "waste and extravagance" and tot I ------ ----- -- -
J\ home by )fr. end Mrs El-: I almost everything else bat could -


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rTJ r-- :I:.' : _. ... -.- iI' i\\ PULLETS AT- COLLEGE I

I I I When Lady Astor Almost Met a Big Black : ,1

L4&j! I Farmers & Farming i I: SHOW_ PROFITS IN MAY i I I II :_;/ ---

((13y Agricultural/ ) Editor) I Gainesville, Fla.-Despite the APPOINTIVE OFFICES' ',I EML'RNr '

of teed and the low I
high price
n; price of eggs/ pullets In the flockat The Tampa Times, one' of the

i Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I the College of Agriculture/ madea staunch Carlton organs and dur-

of 31 cents each above ing the Inveteratefoe .
profit some campaigns
g I of Farm Experiences and Methods Found
t "
feed costs during the month of political "machines ha>

'fo He Rest Suited to Our Country I, May according to the records of discovered that the governor of

I L I i Dr. N. W. Sanborn, professor of the state of Florida has large! appointive -'

.:.= ::- poultry. I power.It .
- During May the average production has also discovered thut there

A Good Pasture Saves for the flock was 22V4 eggs. are limitations that will block

These were sold at 30( cents a doz- I' quick action upon the part of the
a arf
en locally. The feed cost per bird Incoming executive, especially if

rf;; Feed Bills; Start It was 25 cents, leaving a margin of he desires to remove the efficient 3x r W R'

; :31 cents. This record is proof enough chairman: of the State Road Department

that poultry can bo made to as be no doubt does.

.r During Rainy Season pay when properly managed, says Dr. Funs A. Hathaway, who has '

Dr. Sal born. built more highways by far than

1 1; ,t J, The birds were fed the University all others heads of the state road 5I 1i
State Home Demonstration De
1 I A good pasture saves on the mash, made by the following department since it was created

+ feed bill, kepes the stork In better !partment. formula: shorts, 400 pounds; yellow during the administration of Governor i
condition than where fed I Last year 1,640 people attendedFarmer's
they are meal, 300 pounds; meat Trammell appointed to '
n l t i corn was
I in the lot all the time and and Fruit Growers' week
dry ,
scrap 200( pounds; leaf alfalfa, serve until November 29, 1929 a ,. +
produces the cheapest feed( that and It Is expected that an evenlargoI' d l
100 pounds; salt 5 pounds; sulphur most fortunate fact and cannot be
can be I the farm. In number will be present this
grown or-
Tbe scratch feed
5 pounds removed except by the state sen-
year. Plans are being made to accnmrnodntu -
der for dairying and livestock production a record crowd. is a mixture of 300 pounds yellow ate. This well give him ample opportunity ,}..:;:;: .
to be and .
permanent/ profitable -
J, 4 .. corn, 300 pounds wheat, and 100 to continue his con- : "
-- ----
It Is essential' that much ..
as .
Iiil: ) TRIP NIIOWHlli pounds of heavy oats. structive program for a period at '
i an possible of I the feed used beproduced : /'X' v
; :\' AIH'NOANT One ot the points In the man- leant. It will also present an embarrassing j ;, w. '"

t on tlw farm where fed. agement of the flock Is to make the situation, as the Incum- (f" r ..
tl In reasonable to believe that t
i t birds eat 1000 pounds of mash for bent has been roundly denouncedby / feed grown with the least amount Gainesville Fla.-A heavy infestation jf. .. vA'
every 700 pounds of scratch feed, the Democratic nominee for
of boll weevils this yearIs c
handling will be the An
cheapest. reported by Edgar F. Grossman says Dr. Sanborn. A total of tour "waste and extravagance" and for ;
t ), A Rood permanent pasture will )
< ounces of both feeds la consumedby almost everything else that could
"f the Florida I xperlment Station,
-- -------- -
produce" lots of feed at little
c expense. who has just returned from a trip each bird dally, and in addition be charged through Insinuation '

In section through, several West Florida they are given tender grass clippings innuendo. ;, When Lady Astor was at Emerald
i our we have found
counties from a lawn mower. It is not improbable that the I Lake a few years ago she almost mel

w ,t ti that Bermuda gratis Is a good base Despite the current reports that May Is generally considered as next governor will attempt to Induce a big black bear In the road--almost
a permanent pasture on nearly the Infestation will be light this a'"month of low prices for poultry senate to remove Dr. Hahlaway !; because the scared bear loped man Ao tYAr
s allY kind of soil.) On Boll that Utot
offset this the woods and Lady Astor retreated
products. The way to from omce, thereby accepting i
yoar, the facts are that the weevils] '
t too dry and sandy, the HerInuda to Fmerald Lake Chalet without satIng
and the I
l Is to get high production a responsibility which it will bed j
may be supplemented with are already in the fields In West much except "Sell t,* There was ,

; a, lespedezu, Ilalila grass, carpet Florida( says Mr. Grossman The way to get high production Is : reluctant to assume and which Its no further parliamentary dlsciisstori'

+ti grass, and other Ont estimates based on cage counts are through breeding and proper management members may find costly when The Dear bad leaned.! So had Lndv + y
p grasses.
far too low, he thinks. declares Dr. Sanborn. they come before the people again Astor However she was assate" as
moist land
carpet grass one of .
when In the House ol Commons, The
the bent In his trip Mr. Grossman visited for election. Having within his I
pasture grasses obtain- Emerald: Lake black bears are not
counties all the way from Alachuato gift such patronage, the chief mag-
able. J JI
I looking for trouble-all they want i is
''J A good pasture will furnish Santa Rosa, and he found conditions CJlIP istrate may succeed in some such The superb green of Emerald Lake in the mountains Mi. doo
a' t 1 green grazing for eight or nine worse than last year. The I I undertaking, should it be launched. foodWhen Tom Wilson veteran guldt is beyond Nature's achievement In capped, stands guru n' (he IOU

s l months of the of the year. It the farmer who makes cotton this year ot the Canadian Pacific Rockies discovered any other lake In the Canadian Rock end, and a rrmumaiinldccnt. tqull,

Bermuda Is disked and fertilized will be the one who uses some Spuds Johnson says that grow- Further commenting upon the Lake Louise lie named it lea. Mt. Burgess, one pf the most I with hood rf tterrjappears

; t occasionally from method of posonlng the weevil, he ing hogs need growing pastures.! largess, which a governor may be- Emerald Lake because ot us lad beautiful peaks In this region, lies to v> closo In the Garth!!!!]
year to year It says.r.M.LH. stow upon the faithful, The Tam- green color. Later when he discovered the south, while Wapta, President, II The Chalet and ito massy a
1 will make a good pasture for many II lake even greener than Lake Emerald: and other mountains rear overlook the lake There u
years. Farmers of Madison county recently pa Times says: Loulpe ItV1S called Emerald Lalt!? their summits Into the blue sky fishing and there ar pii

Before starting a permanent AT COUNTY ACJKNT'S sold a car load of syrup cooperatively "One of the first appointments and the original Emerald L-'" "- ,Ich at times rivals the green of the Clique trails for those who many njtjj},p
y' pasture, the' land should be prat the governor will have to makeIs clime the far tamed tn". i iwilion. ,i' ". The usual approach to Emerald ''nll the sure-footed mountain K;|

pared that of his own secretary, who well past 70 .'t"trnilm .. .. : 1 Is via a detour from the Kick The moat popular !irlp li ova to
by clearing
out all
of the
brush and tree During the week two extension i Three hnd-s;; ; of cucumbers also acts as secretary to the board !! around Ban.:! aL.UC: Li. *'or 8 Trull made from Field line or Summit Pass Intothiti,

t growth, weeds, etc., workers have been with the coun- were shipped from Levy coun- of state Institutions and state par- 'lIe WAS the fli'it u.many : :;- Snow .'cak Avenue a stretch II rll.olo! Valley which It fc 1

and then it should be either plow. ty agent In Bradford On Monday I of the scenic bca'teglon. : ... ,i mild! !' rn.t' n halt is one of the rom Wilson was the drat 1Ih1_]
board at salary of $,5- I
doning a
t l ed or disked thoroughly. Mr. I Id.: II. Vance, county agent of ty this spring. 000. ;i : I II t.... '.;f'! :"'tions of motor road, 1 VIlt',

Bermuda may be started from ._ .
Johns with the local -- -
St. -
county was I --
not be wasted.It "Other
should four of-
Sour milk Important year
,; ((1 seed or runners, prefeably runners. Mr. Vance in of and the Florida real estate the amount of
The agent quest can be made Into excellent cot- fices which run to varying dates I com- crease green peppers J. E. Bartlett ham' ices d dIng :,
rt roots or runners may be chopped Information regarding the grow- mission. and beans produced in the
+ ( tage cheese. and the salaries of each are: Hotel two large
+' ? up and spread over the laud ing, handling,' shipping and mar commissioner, $6,000 shellfish I A change In the head of a department parish. In this way he declares, tomatuei (n<

r + and :then disked in with good re keting of green corn. lie was Cover crops-are being planted i commissioner, $6,000;; state usually is accompaniedby the farmers will have crops on the his garden Then nmaioer

k I / cults Of course Bermuda grass I taken to the buyers platforms of on 275 acres of truck land In Mar- veterinarian, $4,500 ; state labor more or less extensive changesIn market the year round and instead ured sixteen inrbet irouoi!
+ Is hard to net rid of after It is both Starke and and the personnel. This is especially ot $8,000,000 for strawberries
Lawtey -
pp was tin county, reports C. P. Heuck, Inspector, $2,400; state marketing weighed one and mf-oalfp
I t started but this very fact makes shown the methods of packing true in the motor vehicle department alone they should obtain
county agent. commlHsfoner, $6,000. each says the Cr.-sc-'m. '::11
t it one of the best grasses for par com In (he containers, and observed where much of the work le this amount, or $ doub-j ;
"The last legislature created the
nianent pasture. a car being loded for ship- One hundred tons of sugar cane offices of state auditor and motor Is performed by so-called 'extra their yearly production. nal.
The rainy season of summer Is ment to distant market. Fields help.' A change In administration
I a planted at Eagle Bay In
A o 'ti one of the bust times of the year where the corn were being grown Okeechobee were county, by five farmers Vehicle commissioner, each /carryIng has practically no effect on the +t Kill Germ

to start permanent pastures, and were also visited and observed and during April and May. a salary of 4500. The Incumbents personnel of the cabinet depart La(ii!! n Flies
farm livestock have been appointed to
m no are kept fertilizers and varieties were discussed ments the heads of which are andkttpthemawny.. Boo Dmnd Insect Powder

should be without a good permanent One hundred-bushels of velvet serve until 1931.for The legislaturealso elected."-Palatka Dally News. or Liquid kills Flies, Ants. Roaches I'o-jlt'y: eJ' .

pasture. provided appointment by Lice, Mosquitoes,Fleas,Bed Bugs,lOne!oihorinKeen. c.Dri
4 t' On 1'lIellllllYIr.! N. n. Mehrhof, beans and 30 bushels of cowpeas PL'eh '
,t t Seed some of your best land to : the governor of 10 assistant state .Won't spot[ or SlaIn. Uiwpowdor ":,, "I'J1t" ;
{ V'' pasture, care for It, and watch It Poultrymun of Gainesville were bought cooperatively by auditors at $3,600 and three spe- EDITOR MAKES M end pet.. Write ...for FREE ;intt..1 booklet.: If s.... 0 .I.H i

pity interest In- increased milk was here In the Interest of farmers of Baker county during cial assistants to the attorney gen- .4 desist can't supply,we will ship bypercelpe! ''rat 3ort

fit { flow, lowered food bills, healthier, that the poultry seemed well growers pleased Mr.with Meh the May reports II. F.: Ward county eral at 4200. The governor also AREA RICHEST pricesrameLMcCOAMICK&CU.udrimoerMl., :

agent. names three auditors for the
more contented and better livestock tag
and a better balanced agrl.t -- progress being" made in the county .- department at salaries of $3000. SPOT IN U S.
". 1 culture. along tills, line of work and sees The 11)28) yearbook of Agriculture "The most considerable position ,
great poHslbllltles for l Is now being distributed by
( poultry production At
f held at the pleasure of the
t t I WIN .U.1I--) I'OXTKNTTallahassee ; here in Brandtord county. the United States Department of ernor is that of the state game gov-and Strawberry Planting CampaignStartI.'CI $ f '
Agriculture. The book contains 1 '
Recently Mr. Nettles, district fresh water fish commissioner. J. 30 Years Ago. 1'1'I'
320 article's, varying in length
agent for this section of Floridawas B. Royall is the Incumbent and the M 4
}o'la.llabelVII- with the county agent and was from 250 to 1,500 words, in which salary is $6,000 The Hammond, La., June 15.- _
a ad-
I hams and Illn Walker of Marion new scientific discoveries and year. "Booster"
favorably impressed with the work George Campbell, editor -
''i' 1 jutant general l, since 1923, General -
a eounty composed winning team being done by the local agent in progress /In farm production and of the Hammond Vindicator is 4,
J, ClltTord R. Foster also ODOR
holds ,
;all;'t f in salad making at the state short assisting the growers In better marketing are dealt with by department office luring the governor's, pleas generally recognized in his home 4 _CEnAR ,_:

l 14 course for girls held recently at methods" of crop protection by the specialists. Ills district Tanglpahoa parish, as '
ure. salary $5,000. Others
d4 the State College for women. !Miss use of Insecticides< and fungicides. having been the chief factor in
A SUMMER: HKii/.K: : : holding office at the pleasure of
r Qulnnelle
Fuller of Columbia Diversified farming Is as well -- the governor are: 15 inspectors In making It the richest in per capita
v county won the posture contest Introduced in Bradford county as the wealth of any similar area in the
(Mary Armstrong McGllI.) department of agriculture, Including -
closely followed by .Roberta In of United States. Now Mr.
Sheppard any county the state, and due oil Campbell
There's something In a summer feed drug, fertilizer
of Lake County.. to this fact possibly, when the people breeze, Inspectors etc., salaries $2,000 plans to double that wealth. +.+N" I II Io40"

of another section of the state Thirty Years ago the editor
each 21
A gentle wistful sadness ; court reporters salaries
Farmers'Veek contemplate the growing of started his In the cen-
At a new $1,800 each newspaper
Though summer skies are bright ; supervising inspector -
} crop they often turn their faces toward of naval ter of a barren cut-over pine land.
and blue. stores; nine naval
Bradford. Every week he urged through his '
t University And life seems full ot gladness. stores Inspectors and nine auto-
mobile license inspectors. publication the planting and mar-

August 13-18,1928 COTTON ,, There's something in a summer "Appointed by the governor but keting of strawberries. During the
years that have elapsed he has I
practically non-political In
breeze. char-
I Weather conditions have been
__ watched the from
That wakens tender memories acter, are the positions of state crop grow a
very favorable for the growth and
Program fa Being IMannrtl and ArMmlo development of cotton during the Of happy golden summer days geologist and chemist and their assistants ducing shipment point of one which carload netted to$8,000-a pro- Buy the only finethat ca

i rAn lIIl'nt.ll for r.urKNumlwr. past two weeks and the crop has Before the parting of our ways. 000 this year.Climaxing .
Y to made vast Improvement. The 'The governor appoints the 28
i"r his campaign Miss
There's something in a summer circuit has been b
plants that survived the Inclement judges salaries $7,500 Mildred Campbell his daughter proved

weather during the spring and ear- breeze county registration supervisorsand '
selected of
was recently as
Gainesville Fla.-The
1 'ly growing season Is now rapidly That speaks of unshed tears-- probation officers, but he has I'
I the test
u' c ; annual Farmers' and Fruit Crowes' putting on fruit. Halt grown bolls Dead !hopes and sacred memories, little real choice in the matter as val, Tanglpahoa which consisted strawberry of parades Two Million Owners
: Week at the University of I t
-4'' E, 9 !O' rlda wilt' be held during the are now found in the fields, and Crown brighter with the years. it is customary for aspirants for I balls and other forms of entertain

squares/ are being set In great these positions to seek approval of '

to wi
l y ? of Agricultural Extension Di- of the presence of the boll weevilat greens tion. There Is a case on record. campaign In the meantime. lie record of service than Buick's.Two
Y mast vlt.'on. this! time by the growers and Are like the ghosts of vanished however where the governor fail has under way a movement to inPAINTER'S -
s several fields have been observed dreams ed to appoint a Democratic nomi million Buicks have Buick value on
r program for by the county agent but no Indication Whispering ot sacred twilight nee for the office of circuit judge. proved .
1 the week Is being prepared which road. ""*
Will ln lude of the presence of the hours- The governor also appoints 22 More than a million and a half, still in

t 11 + ot< (topics discussions under the on heads a number of weevil has been observed. A careful Starlit skies and dew klst !lowers.Therc's states attorneys."Notarlest I attest Buick stamina.

watch should be kept for the
i public form
livestock, farm citrus -
i crops, subtropical appearance ot them and if foundto something in a summer of minor Every Buick has-as "_
L4 C, alts, pecans, small fruits army office-holders Simon Pure Citrusand "regular equipment, pOll
be present, the office of the breeze.
appointed by the chief
home ornamentals in truck crops poultry, county agent would be glad to Of lonely longing Jaln- There are between executlve'l I excess of any need, beauty and luxury beyond com

making p-.ovement.b.-.jketry: : nutrition millinery,gar-rug have. tIle information and shall be As If a love that could not die teen thousand In the Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS -and a degree of dependability which has long
also Had stirred to live
glad to render assistance In again. cial officers for the several rail-
t tlontiift/ ant canning.; traditional.
a Each combating the pest. roads also are appointed by the
? horning at 11 o'clock a .
Something In the rustling leaves
general. session will be heldag In ( governor. You're the cat"
'Ol'NTY.1(1ENT'S: VAC.ITIONAfter Tha makes the tear drops startThere's sure of real value when buy
i t the past. At this time noted men "Florida boosts a number of

: '71 1 i.nd women speakers will be heard June 30th the office of the breeze something in a summer boards, and commissions, mem- two million owners have proved.All .

+, p )hnt''.,ilalnment will beheld bers ot whom are named by the Are
ounty agent: will be closed for a That almost breaks my heart! Buick models have Shock
t each night erlod of about ten days during governor, generally for rotating "TIME TKIED AND CROP Absorber Ltnejoy

I The dormitories and dining hall which time the local agent will be A third of a million dpllara terms. The state road departmentis TESTED"Our front and rear, u standard equipment.

; of the university will be available sway on a summer vacation In the i worth of hotel apartment house the only one that draws a sal SEDANS #119' to *1995 COUPES f U9.t.(

for those visitors who wish to take :'arollnaa.. An effort will be made 'rooming house and restaurant ary. Members of other boards receive Brands the Acknowledged SPORT MODELS #1193 to #1521
; I are
1 advantage of them during the o leave the work carried buildings authorized only their actual expenses .Flay "'
I on by were for Standard by which /apv." f w 1 MIC1., ,_..,tae to 6s..IJ.J. TING.JUI. f"
I t week. A very'nominal charge will this office In the best condition pos- Florida last month by the state while employed on state business. Growers of Florida have ,h..."..,d_,, aM..;,......,'..M. m

'$ be made for these accommoda- lble, as it would seem most convenient hotel department It Is announced "Some of the more Important judged all fertilizers for

I 'I dons Visitors who wish to do so to be away at this time. from Tallahassee. The depart I boards to which Mr. Carlton will nearly forty
rears. I
way star In town. If there are particular matters ment issued permits for such appoint during his governorshipare "Giving all we cat* for what

1 The-program, will be under the .hat one would like to buildings to cost 345,620.. a list the state board of contral and we get instead of getting all utfdBUICK
I general direction of Agricultural I the agent before leaving, it would of the months authorizationshows. plant board state boards of health we ca for what we give* ,
Extension Division, and members 1 1)0 well .
to drop a card to the dental examiners pharmacy optometry U tbe policy of
t4' ,
1' ,, of this division will be assisted by and have him to call at your place. osteopathic examiners

members of the College of Agri- Palatka Atlantic National embalming chiropractors, arcblt- TilE E.. O. PAINTER REGISTER MOTOR CO

; culture. Experiment Station and Key West-Bids will be opened Bank of Jacksonville will estab- tecture law examiners public welfare -
) State Plant Board. The soon for removal of lish
programs an obstruction new here to be known plumbing commissioners vet-

471 + tt for women, will be directed by the I in Key West harbor. as Palatka Atlantic Natinoal Bank. erinary examiners, and podiatry; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. STARKE FLORIDA


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To bal.,(>uc May I 19!>i 5 Sl, 40.10! oiu.iitlun.| \v.i 'I
S ))1 i t ; nds Seen the calendar, IH next." So announces By amt the 55 : To Iml. due Juno I I. 1HSS\ 18..T24.4 the w.-ro" defon.l.iM'1 I
Speaker of undnriiiuiieit

& ; Fred Davis House of Representatives.' the Florida.I II II I : :-h .' '. ....... r i I or i. 11 I.inly.I o'clock Mam\ 103N'' I In, "tIle ii,.I II'orl .I; I i :,

"Mr. Speaker I move the rules % I furo-noou an'''I I _> o'clock In the nftornoon .

be waived and House Dill 1,024be I at th" front door. of the

in Florida with Im- road a second time by number .., & : 4t i \ ,,.,, I The hue ru' OIt cot,ii t y "'."uml..lo- rourthoura loi-ida, In I tho i of, I I..\llradford%,11 of Starke county.auul ll! .I -' 1 ,MI
i Hmianoe of und title only" tile 8"1' of Bradford county.:Fluilda. will the hlKheM ainl,I host. bidder for ., 1 .
I df various kinds, says nhHnb..rfl'om i-,.I... moot at the courthouse III tho elork'aoltlce cash the following dccrlb I lands.. .
r Saracho bee. 1. on Monday July :2 I''IS, n.. a r'I' la'I:In Brndf.. I id county and la I Ii .1
i ic-uerday" by Fred A leather I IIl board of f I ni.y-general. In an Hanged clerk goes' Into \ ( Ii: I of hearing com lalnt.. anil 'i'...i-.lvliiK NorthWHBt Quart" i i.f Soiithwact;. (
high and tuHllinony to the value nf Uiiarter (NW1.. ot 1 s\\ ,
'I Rear at a speed uf an uiiypropnrty. OIf Section |
'the Jacksonville ..296vol'ds real and personal, or mix- BlKht (8) ; In TO\\' .\ --IIIP I BIOHT r. f.(::
at the weekly a mluule ri-utU. tin- ; : : ltlS oil, ax fixed by the rouilly lax .imHeHHiir INI) Houth Kallfe Twit." three (23): ,
t,. number and title. ; ;tk \ fur the year 1H2X, ttxainnt the I HAHT: : itnd also' !
,, organization at oWllel'. or agents of such nriip rty. I3nnt Half .of Houihi-.i, Washington "I move Mr. Speaker, tho, ,rule I 5' 14 .-- I.lll'lH Tl. HILL of sniitlixvoHi' Qu rter' ( I I. ..t MBU"
lii rxf be further waived and the Hill btplaf'ed > 5' ; ; c Chairman, of Uonnl. of "HWt, ). IdnKl Half of \ ..rth a..l !II II'I I I 1 ,
\1..r. Davis was the I .5 ,. (41 I. W At.nniUtAN, quarter of Soiithenit Quai'-r I (K'4
;I the on third and final rend S' .lv. : .. "., .. <'l<-iU mill, Auditor. 0.tS' it.6-29 of NKV, of 8UH), of 8.cli..ii, (2). .' I '
,'I'] on program. ing." the Snrachobcean shouts. 'I 1r'l1r i M' and Southwent Quarter of :South- I ;
whole Is in a sera wont Quarter of Southwest juar. I '
.d' result of over- Once more the clerk rattles ff \ 4 \ 1 s q 'e tor t's\v'4 of SWi, of SWVJ or Sec. I I $ S
a :\Ol'1C13in tion 7
the number but this time he reads (011In: TtvIllL'r I
,,irnvement bonds he ,1 .5 .tI'j .,i -- KIUIIT <8) SUU'I'/,. ,\ | .: r
( only a few words of the title. The Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth' Judicial TY-TVVO (22) WAST.II.: : ,
I 'uody must be found House is considering Local Hills : Ch'rUItI ,liradfora County, M. JOHNS I ,
j jj auditions will grow I I Florida .an"o. )'. AH Hncclal tuitnr.!
only. and time is precious. II I II I Iviito JoneH. MoCOLIJ-'M: A IrQ WELL. I I ,

"Call the roll", the Speaker or- I I Complainant. JackHonvlllo.. Florida. ; ::1 ,
,outlined, the provls- L I I,4b vs. Solicitor for Complainant .1
I .1 \'k'tniJon,., Il.8-4t-lt.2! 1 '
the last leglsla-' ders.The ,
lit I ; % n"femlant.Onlrr 4
I clerk calling the firm" half 4 I
to relieve the sltua- c ""0. Til.hU..n. ----
I dozen names of the ninety-live. F 1 It I miiienrlnit by nilliluvlt I tacliptl I I 1 ()ltl>lil: lOll I'fltl.ICATlOV/
". ,n-ily, but declared the roll ,lo ihu \bill tiled. In tho oh",'". ,.,w...-. I
| a temporary act :, so rapidly no member I Unit' 111<' 1..I..r.1.. Vlrtiil'" JOIII-M, In Circuit Court. Sixth Ju- I r
\\1'' I .ty could vote "Aye" or "No". even if I i II.I uiiHiiown to complainant I ; TlnitIH illcial Circuit, Twenty. ('onnt Y. .
,it t that a permanent I I ," -,' IH no person In tho Hiitlv\ oflMxiitln state of .""..1.111. In Chanr.!ry. I
IJO' 'I".mlng bonds must so Inclined throws the remained known to nttlunt "P..v..r. \ 1 ivlnu i". l.oflln. I,I I

I flI overboard turns and Informs the I''II l.,. I'1514 upon whom would bind I thoaid Complainant I ,I'
| dofAiiditnt In tliln suit fur I 1H-) VB ,
\ I
chair that all vote "Aye. I It. I 11 I l.oflln II
ta ,that It was the duty vo..e. '.1 I
) il "By your vote yoU' have passed ; IT 'is ThIltnl, ,'flhiF) ordcrnd.tUal, Mof tindiint.',
'iftW ucys of the state to I !<.l ill noli rtHidtnt deftnilnnt be and It III'| -nrlnK by nltlilovlt. atta.-hea '"I( : .
I IE' House Hill 1,024 anunouuces the I appear to tno bill of compliilnt In I to I the) hill ..r complaint tiled In 'the I I S ,
;j de< situation I In many Speaker. "Read the next Bill\ ""t:: .._ I IhlH I iMiiiHt*. on or hoforu. Mondity.July uboMi t rntiNc., that I lie' renldence i r I ,, 1 ,
Florida and aid in map- ...-- 2nd' A. 1) ln-rwlui) thniiMoKullonH II. 11, l.i.>riln. IH nnknoxvn to <-om.lilnliuuil. ,. :. 4
'. ii the And the House has passed a new ;I ; of ;'In1\: \I will I bo taliunUK ( Dial there I I.. no pernon 'n I
Oil' plan to cure re- charter for a municipality a Bill L ] roiifenHod bv v,'ti. the "Htnte' of Florid.' i. known u.'. I
of bonds. IT IH KI'ltTlltit(' : onnKKKO: that nnt.1 Hervlce of
!: proeoHH \\ \h\< 'a>
ot" of perhaps 100 pages a bill\ ] with I thin notice b publlinhed onre a week \'onld. bind. I the ;mild defend1 11)1.111) :":I < ,MI, II
[I' com nared many counties of which probably few of the peopleof i for Kour .ronxoiMiMvo, I wooliH I In I tluHrnM > thin null for IHviirce. It U '< I ii '. j
nid the condition they I ford County 'Trlr-Kriiph. publlnlit foi'o ordered. that I Nil hi, ul e ten it. "
ttati the community are familiar a : U In Stark, Florida.WITNI4SH nnd RPI"'"'' tu hue bill of cot i. > uit t
And hemselvea in to that of a Kill which revolutionize : ) the hand. of (1.V.. Aldprmnn. In I thin riiune, on or before M I oolav.. tlj
who approached may fairly l'lu..k. nnd I the soul of thin July 2nd. HUH. otherwIse. tli.' '1. :
ihusHHi' negro the conduct of the business of a Lj1IQ.3 ,'"'11'1. HUH I hii :tuth day of Mny A. K-atliMlH, of nil Ill bill: will: be tu .5 i

recoil 'i.v and praised a white town or city a bill which no other ii, 11125. ,'nllt"..",. by yon. It U flirt I'- I or-
: W. AJ.J)lmltAN.: dered till. "
had loaned him $10 aUK (&lI'LtI.) 11. that notice be pvl'h.1 I
wbi' member of the House has even tC"'|iy) 'ltrk 'lruult ('ourt. 4)".'" a week' for Four pon1nlva I I I.
r ag'' ) did not press for the or heard read. When the My 4'. A KnlKbt.: Uepuly Clerk. "week In tho llraitford, Countt" '' 'l is- a,
because the negro seen A. K.: I'URVVS.Holk'ltor : Ifrn 'h.' publlNhed In Ularke.' F'l 't-lda" I
| na> nun) measure reaches the Senate that. I i foif'omplnlnnnt.I wltneHN I ho hand of tI. W. Merman ,
.nta a week Interest.it *alBt(12J( : Clerk I
'If'( nnd the seal l rol i tills I
august body repeats the performance I court I this the ,10th day of :M.\ v A.
j F < ; ,Bounties lie said .... MIX S I ,
In the same manner. NO'IICII (>!" < % '.1..11I1. > IMt I) 1928.
," HIM' new bonds to meet obis -I Careful consideration? It is a I-IMM"I'.N'I1: u'I IV l.h' !ST \ ",III n. W. Ar.Or-ntM \:N. S I
IIOMISHoi'pby Clerk Circuit
\ II II they fall due In many matter of record that the Senateof ____ I liotlciU. Klvon I that i tlti< Ily C'. A. KNlr Court.; 11'1'. I I (
to such a high ? l'L. JLAAJ: .LC.'A'D FLX' PIA J .. I ,
iiitve pay of .r sturko. Clerk. I Z
"I' 'lly Cnuiifll' '
1927 on one occasion enacted ... --- I 1"I"'hL. I K. M. : ,,
1 .merest for the new bonds I -- == '- -. llrndfoi'd. ,'otinl, v l al ItceI'e r 'i
= =
.1 104 local bills into law in the spaceof r-1- r- '. 51,11, 1.,1) IddH for tin1 |inri' Sidlclrorn. for Complalnnnf a ,
minds are a bad Invest- $1(0.00000 nt City t of Htnrkn' I HoiKlH.ni 11-I.Gt-O-U) '
130 mluutes.I
l .\ I'E: :\(L.\M i lulled in apple green or Colonial dow that given good light to the ,> to and 1 InrlndltiK' tlui :ifith .iliivof Copy, -Soul.I'y I. I ,%
The local bill evil Is a cancer Juno. A.| I II., I man IoInI'lty\ \ llondi, -
that the state C'OLOM.U, TYPE blue pastel shades. stairs. of '
uKitested day
I \ are to I be (titled I Iliu KlrHt :
the heart of Florida 1'I.C"'uIoU'I'H"
bating at- -
"borrow and very From the front entrance porch January or July I I of tbu your. lash"nil 'rt 1 I
In' i II its power so far as constructive legisla- One bed room and a bath are and, nre to merlal bondM of 5 1-
[nan tin money to the counties I tion is concerned. Of the 2,709 ( By R. C. Hunter & llro. Archts., one is led into a small arched vestibule provided on the third floor. ",')"'.00 denomlnnt I l eai-ti and lire lobiHir -- 1

remedying the sltua- New York City.) that has a 'oat closet on one liHi-rnMt nt (the rate of Six PIToeiit the power vented' In them. by .411 :
1 m
1'i IISSIH' bills Introduced In both senate This gives a total of five bad, |irr annum, |'nyublo I votnl-iiii-I f the ,lawn. of Florida Ihe Hoard of I t,1.?
minting out that the state 1 1lIulll' For the open suburbs or a coun- side thence we pass Into a gen- nnnllv on tho li'lrnt day of Ja 1111111'. )' 1'nbllo Instruction of 1lraul ford .
and house at the 1927 session 1- and two baths for Coun
New England erous hall and admire the ColonIal rooms ample a and July "tn'h ycnr with Intcrenlroiipnnn I ty hereby cillln an
) would be able to borrow try setting a simple diet-lion" to be ;
553 were local measures. while nttarh..1.'h.I 0 prlnrliml I 'I I nndIntervnt held In New Illver tTiiuclnl Ibr; '
'I' 1
'n> ai' a rate of: 'Interest two Colonial house looks well. stairway that gracefully leads good size family. ( of mild clty bondM are. ptiy- Sdmol I I nintrlct, on June it, 1 1)25) for"It I %j
hundreds of the remainder were
nt lower than the counties This house has an Inviting lat- to the second floor. This house measured fortysevenfeet nblo al lila IhiMovor National, llunk I lilt. |1"1'0.' of "'''clIlIM' Ihr ... Irim- I

,\lti IK able to obtain. lie de- measures of purely local applica ticed entrance porch to bid one The hall opens up well Into the across the front and should 'in The New iimount lark City.of tinndn offered. for the If'ea eiiMiilrifc and anneiiiiliiMr two year. tha For tnllliiM'e I I the for a 1

.II", hi realized .that this sug- tion. Of the 1,553 designated local welcome and a cool protected living living room on one side and the have a lot with a frontage of not ...n"1M h I f 1 10,000.011 nnd, the iirlnclpitl I I IIOKM ii f holdlnir I I mild' eluctlon,pur-il.
bills the subject. In almost every City 'HondH shah be due !stud W. Andrewn. M. ,U Johns und: II. F.
,ilm probably would meet, op- porch that brings one close to dining room opposite. less than sixty-five feet. opayable, In Herli from one to Tunyearn Itenfcou are at IiIuI lnted. lnalinr 1

i II II i rom several quarters but Instance, could: have been nature. On the-second floor we find four Complete working plans andHpoclflcatlons '\ renpin-llvely I from date eiii-h theroof your.IIIdH -. t.. W. KICKMT.I5H.(
of mild mini "
::1 I 'Mm the state in reality. handled by the Board of County The house has a finish of large : bed rooms and a bath. lOuch; bed of this Imuse may bu '\ one, will tenth t b.. aiu. >..|......1 nil to 2:00o'rloi'K : II P.l 1C:111NR.: Chairman .

f 110 in' be obligating itself and Commissioners the School Board shingles. The side walls are white room has at least one closet anda obtained fur i a nominal I I sum from |I'. m. on Jane Snth I to iloiioxllwith \ I III2S. Hm-retiiry, 6-18-51-0\ 16
roitnlred I
1 mines themselves would owe or the City Commission or City while the roof Is finished a dark I' generous linen oloset Is provided the building;\ editor. Refer to I All .lilddi'i-x i'. A' 1 Kuti'h.urn .a" Clerk ..t ""101'o'"It'1I S I

Council if the law permitted. More I Mouse I H-A-7-. ( nt Stiifkc. Klorldtt. aic.rllfU'il ... iS
The shutters should be fln- off the ball. The hall has a wln- "I'lly
,\ 11 ,mcyli than half of the time of the Legis- green. --_. ..:. _____ _--1 1I I check eiinnl\ I I to A |ier cnniof I MII'll' M OF ii, 'II.1I1"'U ,n'
of bid. Hald, check. In .
r. Davis asserted that he had I the umoiint .11N'dtlce
lature was consumed In handling I hn City Council of
to ,
r.t['!''I i I' much inlpm thought and this and was 'study the only toP local bills and If I there was any S2500> Motor Nomads to Trek East on Their Holidays I I lie ihi F'lorldp.payuliln city of .Sturke' I llrndforil county .nfler. IH.dale hereby,, hi'renf,) Mlvrll I u I I'1 t1ilii.vH .<*'' IIlxty

t way to determine It, It In doubtful All hlddcm, .nluill xpiivlfy I Iliv' I NlHriMid. lOKocntor: of Iho It ...i.. under'ri'Hlaini.nt I I
M(,(>in in, had so far been able to if bondx bid for nail' I the of 1ril. Sit I' ." Will andili'coUHed ,
I I I (If two wepjt's full time of the eight: 1iwce amount time within which I lie hlddcra, will ,,. 'S'I 111 I I prnneir. .1* .Miilpluir"I :

/. I week's HeuHlou.: were available for fomply' wllh I I thn I lornix 1 theroof afmr ,ind Final Account, t I' my voucher, SI
lit imdemned the state law I IN nlven by the nald' Clerk ofunlrl I ilvo.1 ; A. Dardiner, j the llonorablit
| the conHidei'Htlmi of coiiHlrnctlvo ,jiollcw delivery can be lii-nilfoi'd] County' w'onnly Jmlue nt
the creation of tax council that
mi- ins : legislation of H general nut' lire. : I pii-oval, IIII.I.. fc'lorlda, for Mm
\'iiu districts for various pur- rI r iiuuido.'i'lie' oi'rtlfle.t, ''hPek" nhovo refnrr44l, i ito nil xui-h I Mxecu: K 'to be dlnoharKed,
r It IH the nature of the average guIaruLIiI'O. This nth a or.
rI i the (legislature and asked 'is 10 ho ....1".11..1 UN II j1 ,
I, member to regard a measure auUI'lzlug I If lull .',unIpIliLIlII. wit Ii I he blut MIII): 47 of Mny, 192H!> '
mhcrs of the bar to assist < .n.1 I" I lie CV'Iut uit thin ate.ItitIuu4' r j. c. II't'11L1. 1 .
$5 month raise 111111..1
> -ling; the situation a a I ''.. '..' nt .,,11.1., luI'I .II.\.I'.r I\. to- ;.liinentor 1.it Will: und!! 4 Sl'sstunaii
salary for a town clerk us of more : :., "III I ii' '" of the l of :Mm.I Salllo I I
0 ._ tr III I" tprrlM tluere"f I "m" j: II-' Mnlphui'D, docc-aeed
wIth '
I'KX: I'K'TUKKS OF JKSl'S: Importance than an appropriation '". .. ..'...>! h\\'h.I"::\\ 'u.uiIli't0'i: aN IIluIl.IItlM be 'nta.tdI : ,l :_ t-T-13..
the University of Florida 1."t..III' Ii y
lo keep ; '. '1"11.' .. .. 11.1, le' I

functioTlliiK properly. and. as a I ..: .. ..' ., '" V' '''lIn\I.\ I 1"11".1 a n.le r MI'I'M 1'1) OF MCIIOOI. ..:r...:<"I'n( .
Hit.hi h"'IOI 4 t'r
)11 i 'nllowlnff literature wasI In newspaper parlance he ca.raeI'uII I IutwI4 i -
consequence| Ii tel; 9295: of I Lepjlaair .110 I
'I i (lev n. T. Watson, at his a local bill Is ''niust and "i I !92:1 I : Ad II "r I"liii 1"I..I.h&t"r thIs liii",: _.t1Idfll'IlIilIIIt L I Ily' I Ilia power ve I In 'ii
rn" .ii' the First Presbyterian! a general bill hangs (Ire until the I 1: '" "'" J' 'f, : ".1',,"I tI..I 100 I hiLl IfrllII", hll! Pose II full' ,t lawn' of :' I,I.I"h: l lI'nlilli' 11.:,::: .'i I r
t' .tI.lIr t n'"- IriKlrticlbin' of rirnilf"ty .
r<' 'aliI Sunday,:and by request peanut measure has been disposed .I':' k' ( lug, ,1411,1 I Im"r"vlntf' ,. vt't..III hereby ciill* nil elect >u uI ".

i, !ntt>ri'd for publication : of. It is good politics.A I lL .w :p. r..rd'oiVi'itV.' I I he. I'l'.V'l.lIr I .....VKO. ..trailrBT1tetrlr.J I I h,dd' In I Itnnipron" Hpeelnl T.I, "
'II 'Ji l lHtrli-l, on. June. U, l I25! foiPOHII S I II '
lie following is the only reliable member of the Legislature q yt.i e tl .If .1-.ynf'n' u I of
i s I egqs ,. -V Dlruiro of Christ the .. .. .I.J rtf-M',? I liHKeMHlnfr, ; I tin) ."11111",, for ". J! 'irl
as shown in could get away with murder In "........ ,. .J\ '\ nrlPr of fI"s Mvlyi\-o\! ,!,! ( of S'
ILL life II. "lIy
and is local bill If desired to do I
an exquisite'i guise of a ; '
t-- ... .. : ..r..., 'llradford' county, For thn "' of IK-Id < 01.1
'" '" word painting. It is taken HO. Such legislation by legislative .: I : 1 .'lIill '''' II, I llnviieHIIII ", .1. U'. \ I

I I Iin i 4)) >. manuscript now in posses- "courtesy." rests entirely In the I' ..\ "t _'i )tJ' ("It O. '"'. "()OVI R. "'Iiagi'rs"II' J.. l II.( lillIlgItil< | are II I l' ii I t
,. '11110'or; City Council of City
>' >orcl Kelly of England and hands of the members of the two j .. "" _,......fI'.. ,f 'I'IJ1"1'.11:1'1': < /<,,,, A. It. synr ,i.--v.;
.. .:.1 : ; :
Chairman ri <
1 library. houses who represent the terrl- I : -.5. j .. ...... .i. --JI: \' :' : II. n. WltlINSt'te'rstllry I .C4.L.
I ; : '. :T' l i0'I 1 \. FIJTCir.rY .
i was copied from original concerned. Such a bill is never .,..,: I, .. Blllt/ -i>
an .
IIM tory ...,( I "f' J.f'fV'J "
:' ?/ |#'t1c of the City Council tit. rl\o\ city _
3> of Publlua Lentulua at referred to committee but goes; | .: /"" -.' .. ; ..,.' ... of Sturke. 6-Zt-a-itl
m K (it I calendar. It\\to : '% :< ..-- VOTK' 14: CUr FI'\// S i. III'1C'U"II"1: I
being the usual custom directly to the local / : i ",": \. ;, .;. I .

f Roman Governors to advise I I never read on the floor of either ..:' 'f ;... : ) ;: :' ; -' ",-li/:/ H/ MITICB: FOR PuM'gvt''iusjSeci1 / ;:! t
fi "' "( f.. ,. .... FHxty Day* .nfter dnte thereof t ft
i senate and the people of such ] House and no one but the sponsor / oC
1 I ;; >: ;" Y;> : YJ .. the undemlKned. Admlnlntrntor ,
tinel mal things aa happened In knows what it contains yet it Is as, >.J. '.". -..-..<...,..:.". ., .. .,'. ... :Ws ; '' No. OIHOH9 the Mutate: of Mury II. ftrlg1 ham, ..deceiinod -
YO. andFInal
I Voucher
Deimrlmen1)- wll my
I provinces. enactment one :; : ! ) In the days of binding after as :', : Land nlllceat Ualnevvllle Florida" account to the Honorable fleo. .
gilt, Tint' Caesar PublLus. Lentulus which has been debated two or ,., ': .,' ,r J'j" Mav '1". 1928.NOTICN A riardlner, County Judire of Brad I
'<: < ; Florida, for their ...p. '
t." I. her.. Ivan that ford County
fuc urator of Judea 'Wrote this three weeks. Usually such bill '," ;01-- ,1 1 Klrhard l.fltoy WrUht by "of Htarke ,...,.vnl .".1 auk to be discharged .. { '

I ''.4. II.. the senate: are considered at sessions get aside ,,_- : ,. ,i.J. ../ \. "" 'VW/. '* Florida, wh't, on !May it. 198.1. fII".I. mirh. Ailmlnlxlrator. I : SI
1924R. !)
I. """ lloniantoftil ICntry, No. OlHOtf! for Thla Uth day of April.
rh1.-, appeared In these days a for this sole purpose. Sometimesit =1 .. < ?w.i gSSifc': uiXJiCli : HoutheaM iiuarter of HotitheaHtiMart 8. MATTIIKWB :
n great if legal Is | ,r. *1.i't 4 II Hoiith AdmlnUtrator. SI
virtue. named 'Jesus Is doubtful a quorum on Townnhlp f
rtUIT .Cm.s" q 'q 00 q Is
Jd 7J.IE .171J"litll UanKO21: I0at: Talliilmmiea,. Merid, :stat. of Mary II. Brigham
HI who is but the Senate or House 4.11-91-I-S.
yet living .amongst present lain nun Died notlcn of Intention to
In<< the Gentiles Is accepted as as the case may be, passes them at "::..(., '>- W.. ie do the touriMJt the heat Lnk.s district Flint mean make Threa-ynar lroof to establish j jIf1

I onhi-i, of truth lie raises thei the rate of about .one a minute. lour m08t? Wbax: ....,!;taaI in Norui I tua grasp ol elates Ourdei "sag oil the claim befoffn to lleiflnter the land of above United doHcrlbed States I axJJJmIInDCllUfcnmmmmmcnmmal!! S

id i I 111(1! ''ulres> all manner of ..di1 and the journal the following Vmern u Uw wont ioreo xwcattnnjrouiui ftve Orrnt Lake not including NrwTurk l.lin* Olllce. at lalnexvllle.... Flurl.Ju.on CASKETSand
-pint the C ii"'ti-iii crinntfitarmed the, Bih dny of .holy 192ft.
I, .1141l 1 A man of stature some- morning will show .evltry memberas -) ( ot the giuiciine oouiiuui? Jf. j'.- oy u*kr If-.irnn Kri*. \,;tUtnlario \ *"lalrnnnt Dam,. &H witnesses:

''ii' and comely such as the having been presedt and every 'tile northeast rctoxi Srw. Ynrk.. New Into this Uimrirt will |t'e'u- XVIII\ Star ,.\tar k...: Florida.Henry a Full Line of Ij IjUndertakers' /
(3riliIs of "Florida.
11. may both love and fear. member as having voted "aye." I Jcrnej ttew: England m.na eiucvrnCinntfct .j1 rjjn7.ioo' mo or v>vnt'r IK ihcy' win, ,I Joe (IrlltlK.. of ", ," ctark"\\oriula. .

l 'I' the color of a chestnut The people of the State in the According, La a oiUlrttti ju. lPJ>f'tld "l't.'I'un..I'': se.aen 00. I-ulf.u.e: OrlfltH, of Hinrke, ,Klorlda.IKfUl'JI Supplies ;:

I plain to his earn. Whence November election will be called IsSUed tiv tbe Aarirrjrao IRimoarcnfoundation I "rm..I"t. .-...,..1./1/ ..."e ""/1 '.1.! '1':' InkI'tOtfl I lj.lG: lit-C-22. ( !: '; C.UoBl CIIDM"t"r.TM'H AUTOMOBILE hEARSE

>,, : ...tt""P ... r.re .1
.rnJ"f It.i.1lflC
constitutional ujp -- ------ -
(I md It is more orient and upon to ratify or reject designed a to- "MoKw car will ranr, tnare trmn :."'..... 1414." ....,.11 I O'I.I. I....... W'it; ..II > ) OK M ss'rii's, : MAI.K Alwrwi 1 ea .h.n.. Tk*
waving about his amendment S.OHO: t.oiiristp. linn CJ taj: nion inn te nt Irrn "'- ''---4 ui'fi) ..-.... *... 'nl; ". --:. M .. tk.. ,..... p"_. 111.1..5tentisa .
IIIIL (111 the midst of his head curb the local bill evil. and voters :nc t.L.* ,.'.., ....v ihr I iui''..jtiii 11'c'r i it TI."i t.i.c nt rr',Hi' ..s' ., '- 'd 4 ae wD3"iti Nolle la ber.ibyptlven that under I t. I.......... .vd.,1,

In a partition in the hair meantime should become familiar they wISJ i,nvo en rr.. .t.' tli-wiM *ii,4tnjO.iH.xl .\1......I. .- "f Ilic 'TUT.,., ,..M.IK ,ii-. ,it ti V w I i- .O-,'r, nave And purnuft.nt. to and by virtue of EMBALM* I

It Is 1'1." i-ln, 'f interi". < s .*.!.,1 :. ., ... ,. nr- a the authority vented In the undrMlKn S
manner of Nazarltes. with local legislation as praCticed I nr JL t1..1' nrv M* ,'n tii .ii.i." < r. h' .,s .u Mi'II '! rfiili ..
I fort'head. plain and very at Tallahassee every two I* in niKtonr M-1. ., ,, '" r ., ."',....i"". ..r :::1.- i up in tar Die ui.ji taln' Final' THicree rendered on the d '
--.n" t.'' ",. "' 1 1 1- I If ( '. ,' ', Mth Iay, of May. "'1H2S In and' by 3TARKR. .
his face without spot or years. the. Circuit O>urt of llradford, ('olln.t D FLA.'I'' "
I" with a lovely red. His p ,, In the Twenty-nlxth' Judicial Circuit '

ml) mouth so formed that must pay the annual fee. bridge 'recently! built over Pond I Florida meats from Miller & Company i. of Florida' In Chancery In that ,irctiasnoaflnc3tCiWifl; : : :

MCKNSK TAG "Affidavits furlnahed by owners Creek 2 miles west of .. __ I. .
here --
on packing plant her
':an M reprehended. His f made on

1I I IIt I '-olor like his hair, not rnicK.s UEIH.C-l-U: : lIT of second-hand cars must be sign State Head No.1. recent day. ,I I- .

ug but forked. Ills look HALF I.V AE\V: : OIUIKK: ed by the owner and two other Wauchula-J60' bushels potatoes Plant CitY-Culvert being built :: We can clmrge I )1')1'I

I II, responsible citizens. The affidavits from one In under highway No. 17 YES your '
.: and ", ature. His eyes arre record of C. where it B----n' R ;
i< ar. quick and luminous must set forth the facts concernIng 1,. Grlmiilejrlocal farmer. Intersects ThonotosaaHa road. I jj .1

lYing he is terrible his Distribution of half-year auto- the place of storage. the data Buihnell2 .leading packing Chosen- Plan* making for con- STORAGE BATTERY In Ut!

'".'tuic as with a two adgedhe mobile license tags began today It the car was placed In storage the house., Chandler-Davis Companyand struction of bridge across Hllla- :

greedy, .the selfish andHor. was announced by the local license date It was removed from storage, Suznter County Growers Association boro canal at thla place. ; : .i

bureau. Affidavits must be furnished -I and the reason for non-use durIng opened for handling pCLEIIK'S ;
but Itaok with tendon cucumber -
with applications for licensefor the period covered by the am- ahlpmenta. UEPItT l

HlnfuL the Courteous weak. the'erring and fair all second-hand cars but no I davit." LaBelle-Standard Oil Company St rke. Fltt.. June let, 1938. Smiht !

I'i Pleasant in fonresatlon affidavit Is required for new cars -p constructing bulk plant on their Courf ort of the Clerk of Circuit Garage f f
In and
for :
MiamI-Sites offered for County
I *''lh gravity. It cannot be on or after Jane / 'HIckpochee Avenue property at Florida' oil account of Tazu. a..*...-
red In a letter to the local bureau' federal building here. end of Seaboard Railroad spur. '. iwi for tha year 1927. rLe:1
that any have seen ed for th.. 1'27. ,
vehicle leads all other year
: 'Kh./ but many have seen W. F. Allen state mojor Florida states In LaBelle-.-S. Luckey to erect 13. W. IfAYKS, TaE Collector/ I I : ".... = I
commissioner said: number of car loads of tomatoes new flre-reilstant founts P...-.- :,., I
"p In proportion of body business" hnlld._ ____ To bal. due I"Y"I.1. $-: '
(> ___ .
June 15 applications shipped to markets. :
"On and after Ing on Bridge Ily '
\ Client street amt. collected/ ___ 168.71!
a for his
man slng- for semi-annual license tags Fort Myers-$400,000 paring Live Oak--Seaboard Air Line To hal. dni. June I. 1919' 2UU.03 1'1

Lilly surpassing the chll- be accepted at half the regular -I I program recommended here. Railroad To bal. A..r..r.1) I J. R. DAVIS '
Company due
men." may operating bus May I. 1021 1,1 11.54! & C' :
rate. Applications for tags to i| Umatllla Work started on line between this place and Jack. To Hy bal.amt.' due collected'' 2 Ii.H" : I [H I
-- June 1. ft]* H2 ." I
: be used uponnew cars purchased northern Lake county's hardaur- sonville. IIon.I anil
-Construction of first 2 I I llrlilxi., ll<>...1.
new centro Austrlano san- on or after June 15 will be faced road projects. Orlando-.Florida Florists' Pro- Tit Ky hal.amt.due collected May I. IsilH s's.934.53: I 1 ,

i. 'Il here completed at cost of I quired to furnish affidavit certify-I Vero Beach-W. M. O. Motors ducts. Inc.. capitalized at $100- To bal. due 5 11724,4i4 I.J I U.07. I INSURANCE I ( I
Inc. Vero Beach with ttll.<**. P..I... .. ... I
Jr. "0 I ing as to non-use of the car priorto '! ,. capitalization 000 will erect plant here for farm To hal du. May I I. J9'i" .J.11.811. j ;

, KonvllieCattlemen of 8 June 15, but such affidavit must of $15,000 chartered. culture.I Ely amt. collected 2RS.8K I \, ,
applications for': Miami-Dade Dredging &: Con- To tal. due Jun. I, 112! *29.00 AGENCY .
Florida all Key West ESTABLISHED
counties Imported accompany of Key County "..1..01 i I
back: Angus bulls up to semi-annual license tags to be used struction Co., Miami capitalized Vacas stretch Qf Over-sea Highway Tn bBl du. Mny I I. 1l2: 2zr7.sI: I) I 1886L ( : _-1

in their secand-band cars. All motor at $10,000 charatered cleared and leveled.Jacksonv1lI.FIr.t. ny amI. i-oll.. "<'1.1.. 6, IT6 t' 1
program of build- upon To bril. 'In Juno ,I. Kin 18.520.01 STARKE
UI grade of their herds. vehicles In use prior to June 15_, r.rnton.--300.000 new concrete shipment of Total ..nlrlt. ....l H...... I I FLA. till ''t I ;.
To bal.
due Way 1, ly2 1841.82 I I'-i.' !'= -. '
-= 1111 ) tu
= oo: III Bl
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rxonim nun \, \
.\; *> PACK) EICHIT nn\DFOUD____COUXTV_____ TEi.EonAPir. STAHKK -- -- '"
-- --- u
i J c---- -- -- -- ol tile
: i I Manager W. F Boyd
I 1 and they'll stay in France until the trumpets sound on resurrection Winter Haven, Ire and Light Company That Guaranteed Personally
r I ;. : l Bradford County Telegraph i morn. announced 1 thai I lie plant OU"'d"i 'rl'llJ
would put on an. sll-(iay current
I Established 1877 0-- October mat The Exchange pack-
___u, _. The city power plant block, once a parking$ !place::: [<':' al ing house decided to Install mo-

Published Weekly on' Fridays and Entered( as Second Class: refuse and junk of the town, is rapidly becoming one of the tors. The and'new several rlan''others B mill were the\ J CLOVER :: ...F ARM

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. most attractive spots in town, due to the efforts of Superin also garage figuring on using the power. .

+ Matthews: __ ..____________.Owner and Publisher dent Clark. The city hall building, perhaps long years ago a Wrier' Park-"Parkway along .,:

r J. C. Robinson ____. ____n_ ._ Managing Editor credit to the county, now a dilapidated structure ringed in 01 Seaboard Air Line Railway beautified -
t every side with piles of odds and ends and housing :two steo: STORESEach
.. ,
-- --
SUBSCRIPTION KATE cells for prisoners with sanitary features deserving of specia Winter Park-New Benson's
; ; attention from the state board of health, is not a credit to Pharmacy opened at 312 East
Yearly $1.50 Six :Months, 7.r!)c-Payable in Advance
u* ; Starke. The city's demand as to condition of private resi Park Avenue.
+, Advertising Hates on Application. .---
,4 dences and surroundings should be applied to the city's property Bradenton-$20,000 new hometo Manager Serves You as lie II
be built for "Bradenton )Her. Paid in

'! I Last Sunday was father's day. Ye-ah. o aid.." Own? Store. Individuality! T/iafsjtl!,

t -o Fort Myers-Prospects good for
i i The bloom of youth is too often smeared on. banner mango crop on Pine Island.

Mlnneola-New lighting system
3' It takes a lot of foolishness to fill up this column. L j FROM OTHER PENS / Illuminated along shore of Lake
44th Store in the Jacksonville
I i +l o Mlnneola from city to Palisades Division:; i!l3th
distillers of this week. golf course.
1 tc Starke was host to the spirits Florida
'1' o There isn't much to life but this; primary election, the Star la more Tltusvllle-4 miles Dixie Highway -

_ ; t. :Florida is still a closed state on cats and race horses. A A baby's smile a woman's kiss I I than ever convinced that the Bryan In Brevard county will be
book a pipe fire,
a a friend
law should go. In several races beautified bx county. With Each
o And just a little cash to spend.- Formerly
the second choice vote was twiceas
made in heaven." Exchange.The Lake Worth-White way stand FRE E $3.00 Purchase The
t Correct the sentence "Marriages are large as the first choice vote ards installed along Lake Avenue I Southern G
-0 and the tally was marked In such
o Free Gift '
Lt women not only stepped up that from Florida East Coast Railroad Bag Geo. ( Kruse)1,)
manner it was utterly impossible -
+ "When\ a Girl Loves?" The s. 1. f. don't know themselves. to the polling places and cast their for the canvassing board to to lake front. .
ballots last Tuesday but of
I 0 some credit the vote. Some Inspectorsand bond Issue
'" ''f Vacant lots should be barbered with a mowing machine. they them landed kept ,light in on stepping until clerks of election cannot count voted here for erection of new SPECIALS FOR
t congress, the Flor- the votes correctly and for that high school building. SATURDAY
o ida legislature and offices. '
S + county reason, If no other the law shouldbe .
Stop at the stop signs or you'll be asked to chat with the -Ocula Star. abolished.-Orala Star. Daytopa Beach-Portion of At-
it i -- lantic Avenue between Main street
mayor. Palm Beach Independent tells of -0- widened. Rinso Pkge '
and Kemp Place being -
'l b the /Rood work done by two live policemen The Star in pleased to note that .
)' i Wounds made by the tongue are not as easily. cured as Ever hear of a dead one among tile candidates it voted for Clewlaton Building construc-
J ; f doing anything?-Starke Tele- and commended to Its readers, tion here for April represented Pancake Flour o pkg.
_ .j physical ones.Bradford. graph. Many who died In the line Mrs. K. L. Eaton and A. S. Wells! 97000. Pillsbury for
o- of duty Inspired their comrades to members of the state railroad. .
county will be represented at the state fair next greater effort in the pursuit ofcrimePalm commission were returned to of- !\fayo-New plant south of.sta-Bot- Two
-- r'.t, Beach Independent. fice by substantial majorities. Mar tion now occupied by Mayo Sunbrite Cleanser
November for
yw u1 N --0- lon county gave each a large vote. tling Works.
o According to the As chairman of the commissionA. Richey-Ill Pro-
Leesburg Commercial New Port
The future holds mostly memories of what has happened for a Leesburg the man is responsible right. S. Wells place and is the Mrs.right Eaton man during In the ducts Company is making concrete National Pkg. 'Grits

F 1( in the past. ment on the recent election following: "That com- her short term In office has madea !,tile. .. I ..
o those enviable record. Florida has a Stuart-The commission of the
read the
Hathaway Golden MacaroniSpashettiNoodles
: p pretty good railroad commmlsslon St. Lucie Inlet district has voted Age f;
: alike be treated newspapers voted for Carlton;
: Twentieth
century : poor those that read the Carlton news taking it by and large, with Eugene to reduce the mlllage assessed this I
alike by the law. papers voted for Hathaway; and Matthews of Starke the third year for the inlet from seventeento Threepkgs.
I member.-Ocala] Star. twelve mills it was announced
-0--- those who voted for Taylor read !! for
chairmanof .
Friday by J. E. Taylor,
all the ---0If --
Thaw has about thawed out from the chilly reception received newspapers; while those board. This sav-
the means a
ss that voted for Catts didn't read all the ballots used TuesdayIn
I in England. anything." Florida were placed end to end lag of approximately $30,000 to Chipso small pkg. '
\ the taxpayers of Martin county anda -
0' -o-- they would reach from Tallahasseeover
R .... ". Anyway, Hathaway will be state road chairman until A delegation of women's club all the roads. built by Martin, St.further Lucie saving county, to who taxpayers contributea of
members appeared before the city across all the bridges erected by
November 29 if he desires. of this tax which is included Chipso large pkg.
1929, so council of Brooksvllle a few days Hathaway, past all the race tracks part e
Inlet district.
In the
FftW o ago and asked for a "no fence opened by Catts, to the rear end ofa
a 'v Words are words but one action will sometimes destroythe chicken" ordinance to be compiled Ford parked In Tampa where Key WestBids will opened Best Corned Beef 1 can
effect of extensive for the protection of the people's Doyle Carlton was receiving the soon for removal of an obstructionIn per can
an vocabulary. gardens etc. Hereafter the chickens returns. If all the X's marked on Key West harbor.
o-- kept within the city limits will the ballots were piled one on an- Five
r, St. Petersburg's mosquito control measure will inform be kept penned up and the people other they would be high enoughto Pal atka Atlantic National Van Camp's Soups for
will live In peace. We are of the jack up the rear end of the Bank of Jacksonville will estabUh cans
Iho mosquitoes when and where to bite. belief that this is a good action Ford to allow the differential to be new branch here to be knownas
a and( will doubtless avert a lot of I differentiated.-Sponge Squirts In Palatka Atlantic Natinoal Bank MILFORD CORN No. 2 tanTwo

Some business places' specializing on "service" should trouble between some neighbors. ;I' Tarpon Springs LeadEjr.0 cans

t look up the meaning of the word.,. --Dunnellon Truth. I Iu -- No.21-2tan\\
i ,; ( ---- -- I Several candidates were nomin- Would You Have Del Monte Fruit Salad .
-.0-- Plant City growers are vitally ated In the primary election of last ; per can
Drive up behind a car with a woman at tho wheel, honk interested in the matter of tariff week without receiving a majority Beauty? j
r.P ,i your horn to pass and watch her turn to the left before she protection on tomatoes. Rather vote and the second choice voting I I Van 6 cans
Ii-I, f finally switches to the right side of the road. we should say they are interestedin system under( our present primary Quality? ; Camp's Baby Milk for
securing greater tariff!: protection election law is responsible. The i
v 0 on this crop If the tomato-:' next session of the legislature Service ? i i
\ No. 2
_ can
Will\ Rogers informs the cock-eyed world that he is running growing industry: is to assume and should amend the present law so Economy? I California)I Peaches I 2 for
maintain the proportions which Its as to make it Impossible for such cans I
A, for president on n bunkless platform 'And is there such possibilities}' merit, it is importantthat a condition to exist. We should Then ask for the new i
1' l' i a thing as a bunkless platform-Times-Union. Not for the growers be given the protection KO back to the two-primary system Sliced PINEAPPLE No.cyanas
s l Rogers. necessary to meet the com- or do away with the primary sys- Onyx Pointex per I
; ,
petition of cheap labor in the Islands tem altogether for the nominationof .
0-- to the south of us, and in candidates for state offices. .177. t
Dade county, the county where they must have horse racing Mexico, whence during late years There is too much "red tape" Sliver Floss Kraut Juice 2 ails; For
4f or go busted, gave Carlton nearly two-to-one over its alleged heavy tonnages of this crop have about voting and counting the sec Service sheer, lustrous I
been dumped upon the American ond choice votes, and there Is alsoa even-textured for II'II'and
:, savior, Reverend Catts.* Dade county citizens are not ash ma-Vets.,Plant City Courier.0 great deal of dissatisfaction be- beauty. With fine fitting Grated crushed Pineapple No. ;can
crooked the crooks would have the state believe. law and
o After glancing through the makes it possible for a minorityvote ton hem for service and
Annonymous communications to this pages of one of the books used in to nominate candidates. long wear. Priced, for II P&G Star
paper are consigned a Marlon county precinct in tb. Live Oak Democrat.has at Soap or .
: to the waste basket, even though they are full of interest- economy

+$ '' ing, and sometimes amusing! information. One mailed to the Installation of an areatlng device been recommended to the $1.65

t A, y't I Telegraph Wednesday has' beentraced, to its author, and if it at the filtration station of the board of representatives by Mayor I. Naptha Powder 5 pkgs. I
: ,city water works to remove discoloration McKay and C. C, Humphreys, staff
should appear in an early issue over the writer's signature it and free carbonic gases engineer, of Tampa. J Jn
_ ;I j would be both interesting and amusing-to the public. : i

{ o -
e Danish scientist says electricity is what puts the real kick lUARYJAXll

@ 'tin a kiss, and to get the full benefit of the voltage the parties Oil Stoves and'Ranges a gloriouf array
24 Ibs.
} should wear rubber heels us insulators. A Starke sheik says \ of new springtluijott I -

i the only real kick he's had from a,kiss was from his sweetie's Perfection 12 Ibs. -

},; ytl' father and the toe of his boot wa n't insulated with rubber, Wk Nesco 6 Ibs. .

sI .. aI 4 cither. 0 S Other Florence Makes NI11)EWIITI7 FLESH Flour CLOVER FiRii

What has become of the guy who used to place a ring of

beer, (! bottles bottom up around the two rose bushes in his 21 Ibs. $

Ih l i t $ front yard?Times-Union. Both he and the rose bushes are DeWitt Jones 12 Ibs. .-

r( i t' still ;In existence, the beer bottles also. The best way to locate --. -.- 6 Ibs. _
i the bottles is to listen for a dull plop during the silent watches -

(rut i I of t!"3 night. !...------,-.-.-.-.-.-- ,.....--.-.,-. >-
o ,I S pkgs.

Some people say that girls are not modest like they used : Modern Motors I Clover Farm Toilet Paper for

4 to be,, but we understand that just as soon as they hear thata Require x'STERNBERG'S

man is calling! they begin to color up-..Eustis Lake Region.

_ I But they tfon't close their eyes when they're being kissed.- Green Top Coffee World-onlg

; Palm Bet-:eh: Tropical Sun. Oh, don't they-Eustis Lake Re- Modern MethodsModern

_ t l fiion. Youd old fogies should pick a subject you are familiar Starke, Fla.
? with. motors are protected against dust, dirt, grit, e WI

o (abrasives) by air cleaners, oil purifers and gasoline nEST FOR OLD FOLKS No. 2.and No. Snowdrift, Pts. and Qts-

a Plans to divert monies from the filters hence do not allow the
state gas tax, leaving the use of grinding compound, Because they are mild and easy Oil, reg. Price
t r state road department only one-third} of what it now receives, (a most violent abrasive) on the valves, the heart of the on the liver. myttem.and keep Lane'a the bile Pill flowing act on,
_, ; are now in the making. The next legislature will witness some your motor. no oft!: days, no chock to the system.MITCHELL'S .

smooth lobbying for the relief of south Florida counties with DRUG STORE
+ The "KWIK-WAY" system is the only known methodof For<>r\\
1 huge bonded indebtedness, the road funds to be used to retire LANE'S PILLSKINGSLEY Clover Farm Meat Department
satisfactory valve correction.
'county road bonds and interest. If that It costs you nothing .
happens the state
y i to find out-Drive in.GENERAL. I Real Values in Quality
t road department might as well be done away with.

One Florida newspaper refers to the editor of the Jacksonville ...... .
_ i\ $ Journal as the "man with the oblong face." But it PAUL MAST, PROP.At Lef Eat, Hamburgers, Baked '
Bean, Chile Con Suey, CLOVER STO
4+ is better to be brilliant with an oblong face than narrow with Home-made Pica. FARM

a a small mind.-DcLand News. The editor to.whom, we believe North City Limits -Ball and Roller Bearings for all

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