Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02339
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Aboard Plans ExtensionOf r Salt Water Trip From Florida to New York CityIs New Postal RatesEffective I Tom Norman-tu-

f ( Winter Rail Schedules I Made Now ::rhile the N. Y. Stock Market Is Closed I, July 1\\ :warning months Robert: $100 Nolan.nailists operating! or car six tift'' .t':i :f!I i,

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-- "You Americans." said a vlsltlni 'while Intoxicated; charge to being '! .
ItMTCII WKDS: MISS! ( I tVnt om'i' .!
Travel! K::\p('(-t< hlMlnn,1 KITE OX SHiriiOAUO /,
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II"IIVY Rut I.at I game ot gall while the stock market Mrs. C. H. Grumpier opeiatlnguir ) ,t h
't..llnJl'Y of money as high an $1000 I .
\ }.Jt' .' Lou, I recklessly on highway; dls- Ii "
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l\ I'rewldeiitliil\ Is open. for fear ,0u'1l some .
11' Head of Halford Takes Bride Who may bo rl'glstered111111'r the now dlUI'KPtI.'r p., '.

i))8, Uaibti-k. Heads Oculu (iti-N1. SdlOOl l, thing. Instead of being called the 1 postal rates and cQiulltions. effective Loin Goo<1wlne. assault and bllt'j; '; ,I

to Gotluuu.Jacksonville O. S. A. :you should be known M July 1. The old 1 limit has been withdrawn '. ,tf '
Piburg, June. 25.Ex H. T. M.-Hate To MI..." $100 The fee for registration of tory; f I! :
of coats.
m, 'dwrked Increase In Flor- June 25.-Two of Apparently: one of America's steamship Il"--" I .-, a sum exceeding $!l00 iiml! not ex- payment Volley McKlnney. assault andbattery ::1 j .

i, I ,'avel next season the Florida's best known weltare line sensed this situation wnen l .ceedlng $1000 U $1. scaling downto withdrawn .

,1001111, \1'' Line railway Is al- workers and public officials joined It arranged Its latest Florlda-to-Ne I t,' i'' Lst 15 rents for sums not exceeding payment; prosecution of coMti.Jatux I. r ,
l.i. ', fillS for a more exten- forces for life here Saturday when York schedule for the chip u at sea f coOther \ Kelley, -nsaiuilt and liut- I .
In and out ot the James S Butch In rates Include I )
vice superintendent only during the bowl that the NewYork <.;,- ruenges lery; prosecution withdrawn upon ,:
declared this morning of the State Prison Farm and stock markeet u closed. t 5 w. I, reductions\ I In parcel post rate, I vine lit of costs. I ..

derbeck assistant geni Miss Sina L. Kite: head of the The tired business man or Vat post cardi. and private mall I hi//( pa HIt'hnlCln.1'lIl1illUli.. drunk and -1 ..

( agent with head- Girls' Industrial School were mar- lards, mill the t I nan miration; otI 't\I\I'oStll or four ) .
I pestered professional man to Florida" disorderly; $25
lacksouvllle, who ladt return reply card syMem. I '
ri ried.The now steps aboard the Clyde: steamer moniliH. II, S
I, ; Petersburg. wedding was performed The new parcel post rates lire: concealed -
tfl IroquoIs at Jacksonville at threeo'clock lingua\ Nabb. weapons
,11' urvey has Indicated uboard the coastal liner Iroquois i' Saturday afternoon. after the In b zones 1 anil! 2, one cent a pound ; $ IUII) and costs or six' : mouths.V. :, .
mhbound travel will Just to Its leaving for and\ add usi lx rent to the number ot !
J I prior port I market, has closed and arrives in New \ E. 81\(>11" and Henry llye, J"t

t '. later this year due to New York where Mr. and Mrs. York Monday morning in time tc pounds. ; In zone 3, multiply,number petit larceny of saddle; prosecution I )

nilal election, Mr. LinddeJ Blltch will spend their honeymoon.Mr. pick up the Qrst run ot the tape s4 of pounds by Iwo, add six withdrawn upon payment' of it ,'' -

B'I ,wile nf the mitch has been superintendent -t While steamship officials do not __ tents; zono 4. multiply I pounda byI costs. SI f fl

ii In all sections ot the of the prison farm, located atRaiford admit they arranged the schedule tc I and add, four rents; 1111105. multIply -. 'I j '1'
t coincide with non-ticker hours tfeey: New Clyde I."ice "Iroqucls. 'II .
1t regular, Florida visitor for the past 10 years, state that the time was designed tc I I poutuU by six, and add I three(. IlKSOM'TIONHUMIKHKAS: ) \ : I. .

,, xt home until after the while Mrs. Blltch was superintendent -I accommodate persona who wish to dr. In Jacksonville on Saturday, the vc; .nn are modern And ro'ite.: cents; lone 6, multiply pound by -

1.1 ,id tho. results are madei of the girls' school at Ocala their Boa-voyaging over the nonproductive steamer starts her non-stop express they Uic-illdtt, n welI-stchcrj U'vn.rj eight and( add two cents, ; StOIC 7 : I Our fellow sover- 'f frMlii .
trip to New York. quiet! i"!U'iis! and wmng rooms and and add YV'llkliiHon Jr. has
for nine years. week end. multiply poftnds! by 10 loo. I 10. .
i greatest assets. to the Forty-three: houia from Florida\ tc The Iroquois IS the fastest .hlp : m.'ny; t.cllitu-n; : of tor social clrck nature r>crla andehtertainttnt *
I Hi way of advertising ev- mUX1.TIt; () O. I.: 8. \VIMi New York Is the fastest t'me required ever of maintained the- ever operated and is conceded in American to be cuastWl.etrade the moat elves: tv.ommj onJ ittt4-r by 12 and add one rent. The old lint piiHHcd from the Hluulos of the I ,.14.).

'p i ed was the holrflnR ot )'.\\ ()Io'FICI.1.'ISIT Iroquois-the between these trip pointsThe luxurious coastwise boat In the world noon: coiUPits. ... vvul ui evoiiirii.; two-con t service charge li revoked. .trcHent to I ho bright and beautiful, '

-uii ml Shrlni convention In IIIIUK MOMtAY: 1<:"BXIXq boat leaves New York ruesday She has four passenger decks. two of dance m.uc: For special delivery letters tho ,,,'yolI.IIt Is hereby ? "ITj'li

,m n-" month, Mr. LtnderbeckUr noon. arriving In Jacksonville Thursday which are enclbncd in glass to Insure For tho (person whs nurt: l1ayp 10-cent fee Is still t effective. and nl (O\.VI'U.\ ; 1Iy All FriendsCamp ,

it From every sectloji of Miss Verna Dullard of Gainesville morning Thence it proceeds tc. comfort in all kinds of wrnthcr Private something toVo r nt>oui i u'"f-C'< < !I"' >:.. thorn IK a. ,slight; Increase In tho ( ) No. 138 Florida, that our #" '. !; tf'Jte'.u '

,,in: Seaboard representa- Grand Matron of the Orderof Miami-an eighteen hour trip. anc accommodations. are the height the: -ihuly with publication uiwa ol the' Sal HptM'lal delivery charge on pack profound mpnlliy Roes out to the ,, ''I
In the attl- returning, leaves Miami on Prldnjralternoon. ot de luxe.Arrangement. larreU not more than two I family and friends who tire mourning .. '
change ages.
.4 "I'pon' a Eastern Star will pay her official for comfort and dl J I i tl.c shipUOODMKV. '
". .. ward Florida, which Is dl- visit to the local chanter. next Alter a few boun stop pounds 1'0<1111. Ire a 15-cent stamp, I his untimely departure., and It ,' .-

I 1) 'mi to the recent visit ol I i Monday evening July 2nd. :MATKItlUj: UiiM: PhAC'KU ; rlUCI.U.) IHSTItU": !' : not over 10 pounds, 25 cents, and Is further resolved I that thin. exill'oll'"lnli '. -

ShrnM he said. Special arrangements have been STREET BONDS ;.MIITIM: > AT HAMPTON nl-\: ('II : more than 10 pounds( 35 cents. of fraternal fellowship 1 ; -

organization Is cornel For special hanthi lug of parcels Html! be spread Oil 0111' camp records .
lit -ilmne) made for entertaining Miss Bul! Work on Stiiiulattl Oil Station 5

,' n men financially able to lard and it is expected that many BRING $100.15 "AVuliuit ami" :MmllNon., to Start Woodmen Circle, District No. 2, which Insures naina handling liS and that a copy I hereof, II lilt 11 I .

etI1d moat of them have slg- out-of-town visitors will be In at- At. Kiirly: ))ate. .' held the fourth meeting ut Hampton first class mall, doom not Inl'lildeIIppl'lul be forwarded to tlw family of our '', f

"ilheir\ Intentions of returning tendance at this meeting. Miss lieach Thursday, the president delivery, the old 25 cent [l'U< ileceaned sovereign. 4 fyy;

bruising, their families next Dullard has visited the Starke The Gulf Life Insurance Com Materials for Bie construction ol Mrs.\ Nettle Mann of Luke< for all I I packages regardless./; Inn Done by order of tint camp I thlll'tilth i: :j -

vlalta'aalliM.ii puny of Jacksonville, were success been changed to a 10-cent fee forIU1'I'I'I of Juno A. I 1). 1928.!) .
'eT< 'i'' long or chapter sevenal times before she the new Standard i Oil station on Butler presiding. The nioct hit( '
fill! bidders Monday for the $10- ; two pounds 16- J.V.. Morgan, I.i .. \'
> permit. received: the nomination as Grand the corner ot Madison and Walnut called to order lit 3:30: : o'l'lo'ltIrs. : t '
lit Seaboard Is in receipt of Matron of Florida. and she will be 000 bond Issue offered by the city streets are being placed on the lot was!\ Leila llnvls of Jarksnnvllli cents for parcels not over III I 11. L.: Sllcox, _.t : i; _

ilreds- of letters from Shrlners received with a cordial welcome by ot Starke for completion ot the< this week. The building will be secretary In tho absenci pounds, and 20 cent! for all ovoi J. II. Sapp, s .

'mired the state after the the local chapter. street paving program started sev constructed of red brick and along of acting!Mrs.as Winifred Cauthen, also olJacksonville. 10 pounds.. Committee on Itosoluit ions, .4.t )
this amount beIng -
'"CMC)ion expressing their ap- C eral months ago similar lines.of other Standard stations I'out cauU and private inullliiy, : !
....... the balance needed to covei I 1 '1'. .'1:: I'. MOMS: TO MOWI.O ;
''lall> m, of the many courtesies .................. In the state 11.11,1VIII occupy The Hev W. T. Mcdulre ol cards rt'iulr) I a onu-cent sl II till S
four the oat of the new pavement. ThGulf's < against, I ho old 1 two-cent fee. The I .\TIOV '(4'. I
I nan'( them by the majori u. space approximately 70 feel
Heights Lake Butler made a very InterestIng hI
5 Keystone : ; bid was $100.15 for the entire --
state Mrl: Llnderbeck latter ruIn remains, unchanged.&
he ,
i i Minn Helen Ogden Cor. Issue the next bidder being square.( talk on the good of the order A ne\V service will hu thin ro- The 'I' & 1'. Store IH'moving, Itstock

Cincinnatiwho -C- and the rapid progress the ordei tills week from North Wal- i ,, L.t .
|i n of) the letters the praise ........................ nuvles- ertraJ1\ Co., I ....................< '.I from dlfferenl i turn reply card system which per ) .
Is making. Reports street' to the tttore building ; .
offered $05.50.The I I iiibuIld |lInt
return curds to
the mils on
of postage
//I. un.v particular city Keystone Heights, June 29.-- Gulf Life Insurance Com : HIGHLAND : groves were given. Mrs. I.oulllltl'' when mailed IUll'lcto I the next dour to thu \\'iiih Insuranco 'l

|K o"ii) each recognizes the ef- Mr.\ and Mrs P. W. Cadman. with thirty I Lockwood reported for Magnolln\ ; I:' A/ Cull itt rt'ot., The I Inter I ''r -
Petesburg pliny. a Florida concern II.. II. R. Itloka. Cur. I noiider., The fee fop each loturn,: !/t'nc'y( on '.
4 it Francis and Philip I drove No.5 of Jacksonville, tellIng bocn repainted } ..
daughter son million dollars of Insurance ii lor) of 1 Hit atom has ;
(k 'i\ ((1and\, Tampa to provide left Wednesday for the north, go- force makes all Its Investments IT ........................ ,' of the excellent meetings held card will bo 3: rents and II souclulllrIii iml tJtn new 11 ullrt"I'" for this store P ..
.. \ it has to ho obtained from I
ilnment for the visiting Ing first to Chicago where I they this state and their holdings have Highland, Juno 29.-Mr. and and the /good; t things; done. 'lItolllro .department i before the made particularly attractive. 4 $ -j' -

will visit a married daughter and reached large figure.ciir.m !. Mr*. J. F. GrlflU'and baby nnd Mr.\ Mrs. Lflla Davis reported for ''' 4 _
nil! ilici(' cities no attempt then to Cincinnati'\ Ohio. Mr. andIII's. a Arthur Starling and children oiNewberry Poinsettia Grove No. 20(1 of Jacksonville service can hu obtained.Kffoctlve ... )...... O ........... .1 ; i
---- -- ; AUK. 1. air njull post A
".dtd<: I u' gouge!; the visitors in to Sunday the It has taken u number iSp
to return guests that
Ciulinun expect )sMiitKTfii.v: HO.MI"'I'l; spent' will be IIvii cents for the llrslounco ZIPI :
nojslble effort was turn- Keystone Heights early In Scptem-, a_ of Mr. and Mrs\ 3.V.. Orims.Mr. of new memhurs" and! that the age./ :: I -
fraction thereof a lid 1(II I I.I''JII Cor. .
or MHS Opal ,
t iid evory convenience to nero i The local headquarters company and Mrs\' W. .1. Pay ot Chicago drill team In doing fine work.Mrs. 1

This action wan re- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cornish and : battalion returned home arrlve.1'Ilnesday( for a visIt \ Heaves from Oak 11111 cents for each additional ounce ....................... :. .. --Qi.-. :.
second The old rate was 10 cents for earl: tI 0.
the returning Nobles left Thursday for with Mr and Mrs. W. M. Ferris. Grove No. 20, of Gainesville mitdu I. ,
little daughter Sunday after! two weeks spent ir Tract Ion, 7\\IT. time. 2Mr: \ and. 1 Mrn J. r --.11:
,imlllta who spread the N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.! Foy are enjoying hike showing that Gainesville I
New Uochelle training! at Camp Johnston, neai a report I. I Howard of Fairbanks "p 'utSuiuluy si';
,I'lorlda and Its hospltal- Mrs. Hayes and daughter Wilma Jacksonville.) Hikers In charge ol a motor) I trip through differ- l ia mill proKrcseliiK In the -- -e JOHNS here with rulutlves.. t i t ') 'I
,tlona of the country. left Keystone Heights; ,Thursday th" encampmont stated that the .nt states to points of interest and work. !Mrs. Strickland made I the ( Mr. Leo Oyal was a biiHlmjs ,: I

convention In Miami morning for their summer the best 'ure planning/: i>.n seeing points ot report from the Aluchua grove; i Li .
was MondayMr :
two weeks just past Hrowurd C. Johns son of Mm, rlHltnr. I ID llrooker ;
}n p' a similar capacity and home In Michigan.\ Mr. Hayes willremain evcr had by the Florida aggrega 'Interest In Ihllit ate. which was good. Mrs. Johnson Johns of 1128 Uust Uuvulf1Ilroot. Henry, Khaw of lalncHVltle( \ f : ,. 4t.

'of. great benefit to the In Keystone Heights for tlon. Miss Ethel Kicks and C. M. G rlf- repotted ("ump Hill as having nine S. T. hell:! late Saturday night I. ipunt till i week-cud here with din AI

from an advertising the summer. fiB were visitors to Slarko Satur new members anti( .nineteen J Juveniles 1 .
-- chlhlren.Mr. ,'. .
!Mr Llnderbeck de- u Air. BOll. "u.._-"_. n w., .U.. ingrain, ....0................... day. nnd that It expects more- new after 21 an Illness of of six and month was,employed I lit. wife! and. JV.. Lewis und, children, t., .
daughter Edith Mae Mrs. Ing- \ Chan. Graft of Oxford visited members. was years Nulu Mile, t,. 0., and Johnnie at- .
LAWTEY Jacksonville I termin I .
\ state tour from Miami ram's mother Mrs. Miller and : : liiendu here Thursday.Mr. I Mrs. Mildred\ Hlvers mild for tho by I tho of llrowurdlohns j Yj1". ..

', Tsburg, Is one of the I Wesley Larson left Thursday for .. Or.. i:. i:. 110 r....,.. Cur I 4 and Mrs K. 1)I Lang and I Lake Butler grove that It Is grow. al. lie was the T. semi Johns of the lIe..ldelihis late .nded, of the Jacksonville.fit mieru 1 He wax laid j .
factors for making it postltlng ,- Pittsburgh Pa. ...3 ..>;>...?**,>...#..*. hlldren: and Mrs. M. Lang were ing: is enjoying/ social life thai uitroltnan mother. lie leaves tlirro slsteri to rest in Hupp cemetery near Hal- .ti 4 -

j Shrlners and Elks A silver tea was held at the chopping In Lawtey Monday Is pleasing giving' ; showers and ,1 j'Mr.
Mrs, 'ord June 20.:
LaJune :!9.-Mr. and lion ha. Jlurta I and flu rt is! Monday
the west coast of Flor- home of Mrs. E. A. Smith Thurs- Truby /Walnwrlght are the proud 0. K. Webb of Jacksonville was:! doing well In every way. Mrs. Hut- Johns, at home; one biother John and. !Mrs. H. I n. Thomas and/ tI:: i'.. .

ildud.' Without additional afternoon for the benefit of a visitor here Tuesday. to from Starke was called on for n !Mrs J.n. i
day and ,
parents of a little daughter thai n. Jolt us, also' at homo 'the[ I delegations are routed the Woman/a Club. The ladies en- Mr. and Mrs.V.. M. WImberly, report and as Star lie Is just being ny Buntlay with Mr. ',, :
arrived at their home Juno 6th loft Monday morn- : Thomas spent
funeral cortege'
i irli the privilege of re- afternoon Miss fo'reddyVhnb'rly and Pertltch organized she slated that It l la *
joyed a very pleasant She has been named Mable Walu- IIIK for Ualtord, }'III.., where tho ind Mrs. liolatliu Htarllng near 1.fj,
way of St. Petersburgt and delicious refreshments were wright. Green of Starke were visitors looking forward to having u good services were conducted\ at :3 motor \I'olld. .;:

I'oast.d'rbeck served. Mrs. E. B. Wells attended the O. here Monday.. grove. at the cemetery, the Itev. Mr. it nd Mrs.\ J. W. LowlH anilhlldren j: 4' :
: conferred with people from D. 'V. Happ ' A party IIf young night. Falr- ,' spent Sunday fl 1
I':. S. at Waldo last Friday John 1\nIIlII11[ I piintor of the ) S.
I rxnorql:' agent for this the Itupert his family IU Waldo. Manager Myrtle Otis Crump ,
Galyesvllle occupied Mr. and Mrs. It. It Thede spent State field C'hrlHtlan (church ofllclatlng./ Mrs. Gentry Mt"kes of ucnr 7p .
,regarding local condl- over the week-end. Mr. and !\I 1'11. U. Patterson were Jacksonville winning the prizes rt '
apartments lake. of 1\\Irooker. .
Sunday afternoon at Klngsley Arrangements were In charge t.
rojpects for the winter Mr. F. M. Walrath and sons Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo have visitors I to Lnuicy i Saturday. for distance: Lake Butler for rep- the Sonshole funeral pt.rlors.-- Mr. J. \V. Lewis. arid dauKhter. 4 '" .... ..'

city today. Lawrence and Frank Jr.. left for returned [rpm Tampa where they --- --- _ r,Mentation; Camp Hill for the best! Jacksonville. Journal Opili. Bpont) Friday In Btarke, on X c- ,

I added that the south- northern Georgia Monday morningfor visited! for a week. Farmers of Wakullo county will grove report. tuxliiuss, i.I -
irs.ions from southern weeks stay with friends. not have to buy corn In sacks next' The following oltlcers were Bloc- ----- II. and J. II Thomas were) I. I 1
( a and Mrs. Fred It.
Mrs. J. H. :\41'1'11': (J. .\. \1: p.iii'lJAll : :
bringing hundreds of Owing to the absence of the pastor -I Moore spent Tuesday In Jackson- year says D. M Treadwell, county Led: hUK'nulls) visitors to Urooker MOII- ri
Florida this wlth- church of that Kane: Jacksonville\ president '
year Hev. Weld the regular agent. The corn crop Klla; members. of the Girls Auxiliary lay 11, in.Mr. I' :
,ual ballyhoo of the real discontinued during ville.Mr. county Is looking fine he says. Nettle Mann, Lake Butler, und i- .1
service will be and Mrs. L. II. Hill and son ; of the First Baptist church anil Mrs., H. It. Howard! .- 4

nts. _ i July; but a union service of Sun- have moved to the lake for the Dairy farmers of Indian HIver past guardian:: Miss l'lorenceamp Alice lire requested! to be present at the ,Children, spout) Saturday afternoon I -
day school and church will be held Bounty are growing more feed and [:' Hill vice president; Mrs. III Hturko. II I. I :

8SKT: l\KMIKH: : opItIKs every Sunday morning from ten to summer.Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard using permanent pastures reports Florence, Camp Hill, secretary; afternoon meeting to at hi four held o'clock next! Monday at the Mrs. Itouiultrea und Mrs.! i'$,I, I ?

: ; CONT110M.KIJ nY' W. K. Evans. Heaves, Gainesville, banker ; t.
County Agent !Mrs. Waldo were. In ourioctlon 1. -
eleven. and daughter Miss Catherine have rhurcti und to nltio bring their "gifts, fouiiKblood of "' .
I'KOI'ER,; 3IANAOKMEXTI James Houser of : Mrs. Shaw, AUchua chaplain; :::111
Mr. and from the lake mlsslonary Friday.
returned home ron Miss Raymond, who IM u : "
the weekendat One quart of milk each day Is Mrs Bertha Weaver Jacksonville .
Jacksonville, spent tl,
several Islands.
they days.
where spent In the I'hllllplne l'l"STMoH
'die, Fla.-Bees have In- Heights. necessary for each growing boy first auditor; Mrs. Evans: Island ,\ l\MJKItOCS> : : -
\ Keystone Mr. L. A. Marr came up from Those who are taking part In
:ics as well as diseases, and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence of and girl for proper development of nrove second auditor; Mrs. "
Mr Augustine and spent Sunday be at an earlydate I .
St. the playlet to given :
I audl- standing .
>a specialists the State Hendersonvllle N. C., are spend- hones and teeth and for keeping Strickland Alachua, third <|iiltoes breed In 4
with his family here. the O. A.'a are asked to bn ; "
I ,ird. These insects do a few weeks In Keystone: Is Lhe body in good phynlclal condi lor; Mrs. llallentlme Gainesville by vater. In ponds, wayside puddles. )b' ii. -
ing a Corn Is coming in, rain comIng to practice.KXCIIAM1K .
of damage If they tion. [:ourth auditor, Mrs. Hutto Starke, present oncealeil. by weeds"" In rain bar ," .
Heights.ClermontFlr.st .
down, strawberries are comIng ;
ontrolled. Some of the -_p- fifth auditor. C- els, tin can and In gutters on the f1'
it of water- out. Lake But- : CM'II KNTKIITAINH: ; I !4 w'hen stopped up '
important ones are the wax car Confidence In the future Mrs. Mildred Hlvers oofs ot houses f' .

md ants. melons from Lake County shipped Lawtey Strawberry ball team defeated Florida's new "sugar bowl" Is Indicated er, attendant; Mrs. Omella Harp- with leaves. It taken seven days I '

wax moth or wax worm from[ here on recent day by Postal Brooker 9-3 last Thursday.Mr. by the resignation ot P. O. jr., Lake Butler, assistant attend- The club house was the scene oft for' mosquitoes to breed so that it: .I .-

I:> untold losses to oareless Colony Company. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin of BIshop, who was operating the ant; Miss Florence, Camp Hill\ Inner delightful affair Tuesday evening In a weeka-a few commonly neglect- ; >\Ii it'

apers. If the colony becomes Orlando-Old section of San the State' Farm. were visiting In largest sugar producing IndustryIn sentinel; Mrs. Anna. Pierce, when the Kxchunne; Club entertained -. eel barrels, tubs or cans filled with 1'1 Ii i

ak 01 queenlesa. it will not be Juan Hotel will be remodeled at Lawley Sunday the world, In Cuba, to become Jacksonville, outer sentinel. Mrs. their wives and friend! at a dinner water can turn out enough; ot the J'..

1( before the war worm moth cost of 150000. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crews and. on July 1st, operating vice presl- Uouada trfickwood, Junior superirlur party. iGsta to annoy.. whole neighbor 1 1'1'I ''

lie) the C bs'l the'uhlv-- children of Jacksonville were visiting u itAnt u. .nf.. IhA...v .RnnthApn. _._v._ 0U Rnarnf 5 fl 5 %rnm!a___ vls -r". Mr. f.Allu. -OllVlavllle Ju"k-----onr The table In form of a "T" was I ""uuu._....' The female mosquito does !t \

ueling through them from one I .en cause heavy losses by raidingthe In LawteySunday.AGENT pany which i Is developing 1000,* ;: ;t-;: lovely with bowls of shasta daisies the biting, the male ot the species ''i- <; r

hives and killing the bees. S crowd I artistically placed, and the mellow I but his song la _ _
to the other. ttUTY IS 000 acres of Everglades muck land Because of the size of the III merely. a slngur. (
[in )irder to obviate losses from Trash or other material which the AWAY TEMPOIIAKILY; near Canal Point and Clewlston 'present it was decided to have glow of candles. not pleasant to the ear. The song/

p nuisance the colonies should ants might use for a nest should Florida as sugar cane plantations. the addresses made In the open. During; the three course dinner a I can be stilled or prevented and the
be left m&r the beeyard. It As announced In the Telegraphof Introduced wan rendered. Mr. L. Wy- the people of a
kept never S Congressman It. A. Green was program bite avoided when _
iperts. at all times, say is pointed out. In extreme cases last week, the county agent Stuart may become a branch by the Hev. W. T. McGuire man the retiring president gave an. community unite In the work of
It shows
endency one colony the hives can be placed on benches will be away after June 30th fora center ot a nationally known crate, ancKl'ade a very line addressfor Interesting talk and following this doing away with the breeding -i _
to kill
[ ; remain weak
queen that are set In cups of oil. The short vacation. The office will barrel and box concern. Acting the Woodmen circle, paying Mr. Frazee the new president for I places. -itt '
and ate ,
either requeen closed'during that time and It
often come out at be advices that the companywas spoke Other
large red ants upon the state the coming year C-
or double the queenless col-! night and raid the whole colony Is hoped that all work can be planning to place a branch special compliments Ella to Ilhymes talks were given and enjoyed. Miss I II Palmetto will have one of the ,1.f _
Mrs. I
d wtth another colony In' the After an attack has been made It left In Ideal condition during the factory in this section the Business president Strickland of Lake Butler, and the Florence Andrews gave several piano largest canning factories In the :; hi' J h.I

Is too late to save that colony but absence. The various sections of Men's Association of Stuart Otis selections. state according to statements from
t Miss Myrtle
v 18 not a good practice to the beekeeper can protect the remaining the county will be covered duringthe has been busy compiling data on state manager These quarterly meetings are always the Palmetto News of that city.

-" many combs for one col- colonies by a little effort. remaining days of this week I II the vegetable and fruit productions Crump. made her usual looked forward to for they The company under the name of :
to fake care of. Give the bees weather conditions does Miss Crump Canneries Inc.. will I''
left on
k. Boards and other material I provided as an Inducement for establishment explaining the prove to be most enjoyable. the Manatee
nt room and store the ex- of the colony to weight It not make .It Impossible. Impor- of the plant. pleasing address, the have a capital ot 1250.000 and b _
inbg in a tight after top should be brought to different forms of Insurance kind of ;
room will every
the nesting place tant matters C the factory can
are'often located Sherman, Texas. _
that the Is
"' down and stated .
'gating them with carbon biPhid the ants. It trash Is removedIt attention at once If Its Is desired Clermont-W. M. Bess building order writes members and The meeting closed and all en- fruit and vegetable grown In the
or aome'other fumigant, midnight be Investigated before new warehouse on A. C. CT: aiding home for the aged aectlon.I .
the advice given beekeepers Is easier to control the that leaving.they between 8th. and West. orphans U( now being, erected and I Joyed a tempting"lunch- Palmetto ___ ____ ____

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will be divided equally among the : 'Y' .
e.; ., : ..N.NN.eN. ........ Fund M i r---.. .> . I. ."; i .' '
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', i .: Charity sixty-seven counties, as at present; "" .. ...
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i i : Ml.... Ida JSImmo for. :: To Be Twenty will go to the" State ttoad Depart (!Mary Armstrong McGlll.) -. v"""

.ON.N<'a.NN.ewN.1tr .., ment, and two cents will be returned When all the world seems dark
t t4t Million DollarsI and drear, V
r In Y' ; : / ,. t
MHH Maud
Hampton, June 29.- | to the proportionto And dark skies lower o'er you, n

i 1 Mltihill)I an ex-teacher of the the amount received from each When all your hopes have turnedto L jdte >'
r Hampton Krannnar school who If .
nunty.. tear, '
highly esteemed hero sent I the fol I I "
cents returned to And even dear friends bore you- -' ,
This two
so v "t
Ira lowing letter to the Haptlst Sunday h .
I each to be used first Just go and find a quiet spot
county as
II .. l h'
BChlHil' : I 4. d
v." Interest and! sinking fund on countywide Forget the world about 'rs o J
DOll children, of I the Hampton '
t nuptial Sunday School: Indebtedness Incurred in And let your thoughts go to the k ya1 i aa era 1'i

It. has given ino much pleasim the building of roads and bridges; one 1" A.va. a rh ,. av k a asf+;
Who without
cannot live
second!, for district road and you ;Y &e .eat a
school room T
to HPyour* Sunday .
,._a a y
I near of your high rate of attendance bridge obligations within the county .,

and know that you are be:INK the board of county commissioners So Soon your heart begins to'slng

stalwart and : to dp(,ido how the money And brighter grow your skies
ti trained Into men w When these sweet thoughts recall ."
thedlstrh.tK ti
shall be apportioned among
women, for Christ and the c linn'li l 11.4
the lightIn
An eminent divine once Halt! ., ,, and third, If any money
h. that the "Ten Commandments and remains after taking care ot one understandings eyes-

Christ's Sermon on the Mount I." and two, the residue In to go Into Every fear Is a glorious hope.
the county road and bridge fund. And heaven is all about you-
were all that was needed UH n
When think of how love
At cent gallon you you
4 present one a

amounts to about three million the one
ChrisStudy Who cannot live without you.You're I
dollars a year. This will give the

remember that nothing that Is State Road Department about II
t F happy then the whole day
1 ; ,I, against the laws of our land and I F.MAUEYvotpm Nt;:;' o.4f/ke eight million a year to spend, as through,

of Christ's teachings Is right; and \ f. e. c. the license tag tax amounts to over I
With some sweet memory bringing -
1 ,{ anyone who will not light for what four millions and they also have

toy, y is right, oven It they know they NEW YORK -The B P O E., num. federal aid money, etc. ,; A
A loving touch, a winning smileA ,
almost 000000 members U the
cannot win Is not doing their dutyas bring The counties now have outstanding -
United States, will raise 10 to 20 mil thousand birds are slnglng-
4 V t I a Christian. lion dollar ae a permanent endow county road and bridge bonds There's Joy and gladness every-
have been member of the
i I a ment fund whose Income will\ be de In the amount of about $150,000- whereA

1 Baptist church In regular standIng voted to charitable goals and whose 000.00. This new law would make happy blue above you-
t' iii for many years, und have charter will ue drawn up at the next: about 6000000.00 a year avail- You'll find you're loving all the

r fi fought for what I knew was right. national Elk*' convention In Miami able for Interest and sinking fund 0

i t My prayer for you, denr children Fla.. July 0-13. Orand Exalted Ruler world e ..;'
for these bonds. in addition to NIGH SCHOOL.CCOAV6 6/RLs'
Because of one who caves
John P Motley ol the Elk meld yesterday you
t ,
In that
and myself we may taxesIn u" 4t POPULAR
materially reducing county
The fund will\ He) directed* by .
) try to know the right and do It as the Grand Lodge and also aid the) ever county In the state, it Tampa-$25,000 new business: ,1,Gs SCHOOL

t long as we live. state Elks association cbarltlea. would strengthen Florida's credit building planed for Cass street. p ?ON8TRA70RWfAIINp" I Little tots with scissor IDa

e n Maud Mitchell Therefore the session will be the and favorably advertise: Florida ina I went through then pW
Green Cove
.' Mr' and Mrs. A. C. burden of most important Elks' meeting ever very substantial way.Lees burg Springs NewShand's play tasks. Smiling dome." so(

,' Tampa, who have been visiting neld. ne believes! He found all Florida Commercial. bridge opened. girls baked! cookie and peatea

ht + Mr. IJurden's mother, Mrs. T J. will splendidly entertain the Elk An Intimate view of the workings preparing the youth of a great Industrial out to vwitor other
kid, burden, have returned to their The Magic City ot Miami has pre ol a modern school system recently community to cope with the ing for a busy me tolled With
k "* ) home. pared on a magnificent icalo Miami ...r I )f complexities of existence. Boys and writer and< bookkeeping ouch pa
; i will be at Its beet and owing to 1U lint afforded more than 200.000 peo hurrying staff Of
Mrs Hicks of Lakeland Is the girls are taught a large variety; of school
: proximity to the sea and to the trade e : pie who attended the unique exhibit Useful subjects. edited a dally newspaper paajsS

p guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas winds It will be a delightful place to useHow to PlayBRIDGE jt the Cleveland public schools The The results of teaching were on display girl are taught the useful an

r 4 Pyal.. meet. Hotel guaranteed low rates exposition which was representative' at the school exhibit In the formof weaving was also shown at 1 eta a

v + AlfH.V, O, Seals and daughter, and the railroad have Issued I reduced jl every phase ot the city. education furniture dresses, art posters, gar. position,

Miss Mabal|, bout' of Jacksonville, round trip ticket fie felt assured ol activity wa neld in the lobby of the dens model house and cores of One of the most Interesting ol h

visited here last Thursday a splendid representation. u49- Union Trust Co. Cleveland, the largest other practical product of modern' ethltolt was that of the trade icha.
Mr ami MrsV., O. Bennett who "The Foundation will offer an opportunity 'I bank lobby In the world. education. Entire classes with full where boy are taught useful t tit

bave been for several weeks ins for all Elk to unite on one _Jeries 192723 by The exhibit Brought acme to many equipment were transplanted In the This 1* the only school) in Uu m,
great effort for humanity. It Is the thousands! of Visitors the amazing spacious bank lobby. There, with a where student are paid
I Hawthorn, spent last Sunday with highest kind of fraternal work. .It Wynne Ferguson orogresi that has been made In educa- background of huge marble pillars studying and attending claa.wage pj r te

9 friends,! }here. IM. Ood's work" be said A Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRJDCB .'Ida. methods In comparatively recent and in the midst of the hurry and Cleveland school system baa inn

ut: Mlmi Mildred Seals of Jacksonville
; Is visiting Miss Hilda Dur the "three R*" no longer sufflce in performed their clas work. expenses amount to (20.000.000,
/ JAS TAXVAll COMING Copyright 19;7. by Hoylc, Jr. I
den this week, ..*".. '"* <- Yc
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-::-:: <- ARTICLE No. 33 ,;; ; :...: \
Without of the ".
i is the guest of her uncle, A. A. question one .'
Uurden. main Issues at the next uesHlotl of( The following questions from correspondents would l 'be equivalent to'lese strength,

m ( Mr. and Mrs C. L. May were the Florida legislature will btl ft and their answers are interesting and then bid only with the firm intention

t r shopping In Sturkw last Monday. 1 new gas tax law. Certain bUltges- and informatory: of rcbiddmg if partner sho.i''! I >
,h 1 CArlton\ Question: "Should a four card suit be double a subsequent adverse declaia- + Nt.'V .
lions ..
Dr.' n M. Favor and family of made by Doyle nom- bio forced or secondary, on less value tion." .

) I Lake Geneva, were visiting friends:. inee of the democratic party for than you suggest for an original bid? Question: "I am constantly told that

i and relatives here lust Saturday. governor, intimates that he will be If so, what value? Should a secondary it i U, imperative to take out your partner \

car Captain L T. Murphey, and friendly to a proposition that has bid be made with less than li tricks -a denial bid from weakness in

family of Stuart, were visiting been u pet project of men from (your card vaulation)?" his suit -if one has not more than one
over-burdened bonded countiesand Answer: "A four-card suit bid is a of his suit."
here last Saturday
sound bid, original or second hand, A nswer: "Always deny partner's suitif
districts throughout the state.
The Sunday school of the First with the same values as required for a you have one, two or none of his suit. ,
ri r ''s Christian church, of Hampton entertnlned This U the Idea of breaking up the five or more card suit. A forced I or This is obligatory." I

f 7 with a picnic) at Hampton distribution of the tax and givingthe secondary bid,however, is a little different That the matter of distribution U being -

Bench last Thursday, June the counties a greater share and proposition. A five or more card suit studied and discussed in card circ..J:

21st, llathlnK and a good social cutting down malerlnlly the Income may be bid i with one-half trick less is shown by the :

,. time enjoyed At high noon of the state road' / department strength! than required for an original Question: "My bidding of the enclosed
bill.but I would hesitate to recommend hand has been criticized, but I
a bountiful dinner was served. Beyond !any question(| attain this such ,,
procedure with a four-card suit. believe it conforms to the teachings of 4 ? .
"wa c ? Lemonade was: served throughout suggestion will meet with determined I feel that strength equivalent to that your Little Red Book which I have- ,, c' z' c

t t'' + the afternoon opposition of practically all required for an original bid should exist read, forward and\ backward. f'crhar -

Kev J. II. Dixon, pastor of the those who have been Instrument before a forced or secondary four-card you would, comment on the hands in > rXr +.y, t'a4'9 ,,
Christian hutch, and wife !ir'd: In planning l I and building a state suit bid may be made some of your newspaper art irlea. r "; .R !_.
highway system In Florida. "Secondary suit bids with less than "'1'he location of the kin;;rf c'!::'mo"l!Is
niece, all of Jiukxonvllle, were In ;
t one and one-half tricks are seldom justifiable i- assured game and thcic \.-:i no air
We have before us 4 attendance, and enjoyed this hospitality -
Only.great length in the suit bid cussion over the play
i what happened when :this taxis

i4 i Mrs. Khtellu licks and little collected and Imndou over to Hearts- }K. Q, 4

"1t ii son of Lakeland are visiting here.J the counties. One rent on encl Clubs 9, 6, 4

r N. Hutleilge and family have gallon now goes Into u fund which Diamonds A, 10, 7, 3, 2
Spades -9,2
: recently been visitors to Dude la divided equally among the Hearts- 9,6,2 Hearts !In .< v ,.
counties of the state regardless! of -' it
City. Clubs- J, 7,3 : Y : Club*- : :
, .f Mrs. Johnson and daughter Miss size, road mileage; population, or Diamonds I:, 8,4 : A B I Diamoc:..
1 dd Thelma of the (lulnesvllle University sale of gasoline. The abuses which Spades-8, 7, 6, 4 s Z : p.cd':3I.; o, 3 ; '

P spent the week-end w 1thMis. have grown out of the prenlciot'.S 8 7 PtF
t division enough to Hearts -A. J,
I Johnson's brother, T. F.Urown. are entice any-
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'" ,+ one who seriously considers more .:*.V' Diamonds -Q,1.9. S "".". w a
Miss Gertrude entertain splitting up of the tax to stop, ., r !t@Mnat ... .
y Wynn Spades-K, y. J, 10 t"... \.' '!;{P"f".F.. ':".":'!':-::.- : ;;: >:Gs:,: ,'...:"'IN.:;:: ,:: -* o.;r.; 1'< ,",,, ---- __'.
11 ed the nirls Sewing Club lust look and listen. ?., .,. R."j ; :'..,. .1 o )0 ..w,s 7.wi is.:::<<:sav;:i Y},::"r.3siavamzw;;: : : .<:l..k. : % tf..f: ,.,;.,.I 4<:.. .:f"""""" ,"" J
trait -
rubber antibid '"*
T-'esday afternoon with a miscellaneous The first draft or outline of a 'o score, game. / iieeisoncontnciprcirm"-.
I' shower In honor of Mrs.J. new law to be proponed has been one spade. A passed 1; Y bid one no- an old! story but app.r.:.... .,..
trump li bid two clubs (should have readers '
:f L. Cok, formerly Miss Nalilly sent us by Louis Lancaster, first many Ari/er/r NY.C e'IRGY
kr passed) Z bid two hearts; A and Y Question1II you be so !J:,>U as t _
V Marclonny, who resides !In Brunswick vice president of the state association both passed. U bid three clubs. Z then decide the following: .

Ca.Many of county commissioners! bid three diamonds and all! passed. A Y G .
f beautiful dainty gifts were Lancaster prefaces hU description opened the jack of clubs, won trick and lea

presented and sent to Mrs. Cook, of the proposed bill by the statement returned 7 of clubs which Z trumped. Y : ""'' ITCHEIJ O
Ace of spades was only other trick lost, ; A UsA ; e bi6lo+c' bED
ti/ with that his own county, Sara- j'b '
congratulations and best p r B'
: f sr coring five diamonds. : : MALL
P : wishes from the sewing club.Hrefreshmentd sota, Is not among those suffering: Answer' : "The hand you sent me forcriticism .

j were served at because of road and bridge bonds. was a most interesting one.

the conclusion by Misses Gertrude lie stated that Sarasota county Is You neglected to state which hand you A deals: and bics! no-trump, \' double-, IF J 1Ip

Wynn and Jessie Williams. Those not only able to meet her' interest held, but I presume it was Z's. If suchis U redoubles. Isis; compelled to bid?" Liulpt3 Sx'A: \

,,, r I delicious refreshments consisted payments but has on hand now in the case, I agree with your bidding Answer' : "In the:: problem submitted Fl 13.0116.0'. .
in every particulars 4-4-4-1 type of by you where the dealer doubled (informatory _1 I. 1)IAl/N)/ \
rash with which to retire
of dainty sandwiches and Ice tea. money iG M Ir
IIIG',12'O' dkl ED
distribution Is always an interesting: ) and his! partner redouble,
Rev. Clarke will preach at the those bonds which come due next one, and productive of rood results if the partner of the informatory tlouUJr II+OS IS'O't '

t' + 1 Methodist church next Sunday year. Sarasota county la Indeed played at the best suit bid for the combined must bid! His obligation to do so in answer

S f,Nr morning and evening fortunate to be In this poaltlou.. : hands; otherwise it is particularly to the informatory double is not

Mrs. C. K. Harper and Miss Hen Hut there are a number of coun- i dangerous and very often gets the released by the intervening'redouble! c.6ua rsji.1

e rietta Evans were shopping in tips and! special districts! inside of unwary bidder' into difficulties. There are a few players, hoe C\er, who

I Jacksonville last Monday. county boundaries that are not \\hat would you have done if B pass in this, situation j if( they have a ,
/ had passed Y'* no-trump bid as he Caxendisli hand, that is, one containing -
Mr. J, 10:. Adkins and son, Gerald only less fortunate but less reserving -
iJt i should? The correct bid over a pass of. the 4-3-33 type of distnbui:cin.
r 1 Adkins were transacting business as well. Some districts have the no-trump is still two hearts. Then, Such a pas is supposed to be informatory -

1 In Starke last Saturday. squandered their bond( money and U would be justified in bidding three and shows partner that he can depend _

to i O. Hayes of Starke, was a business have received in road value only a clubs and Z would then bid three diamonds on at least three cards in hill part- q

rc Y!! visitor here last Monday. few cents on the dollar. We find with the tame' result as in your ""r'. hand for any suit) that he may bid

Supt. 11. n. Wiggins of Starke, the millions upon millions of dollars case. to escape the redouble. Such tactics, 'V SECOAJO FLCOB.jct : : PLAiJIlZ3r
"It is an Interesting( hand and the howtveshould not be followed unleagrN'd (
,&t was attending to business here represented In bond Issue bidding to my mind shows that Z wasa to In advance and so announcedto rJ FLOOtt. PLAD t a/rrtrthat

this week have purchased varying percent very alert player and one familiar I the opponents. Otherwise, they could \>.:: .! _

r .. ages ot road value and the Instances with the pitfalls of distribution." be regarded as a private convention" ',-$-, "A. I __I'I_ I ,
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A nOrM i KS: *.\\ OX P.\NTH: where full value in accordance 6 S I*> 10' i|
with stipulations made by the Answer to Problem No. 33 A SIMPLE HOUSE IX GOOD The little house shown here- no amount of ',mgerbre

state system has been received %* ."... Hearts-, 4.3 TASTE with Is a good example of what would give:

Pants are made for men and From county bond Issues are few Clubs- A, J, 9, 6 -. can be done In the way of simplicity The house measure ''wenIY

o C not for women. Women are made I Indeed. Therefore It would not Diamonds-A, J, 8 (By It. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., economy and good design. feet six Inches across ''II tr0ntes,'

for men and not for pants When appeal to a business man to gathera Hearts- 0,1, 10, 8 Spades-9,3,4 Hearts- 9, 7,6 New York City.) The plan Is rectangular' In shape It can be placed on \ (orlyl

i to a man pants for a woman and a fund and buy up a lot of damaged Club* K. 3 i Y Cluba- 10, tt, 7 Fads and fancies in house design (the most economical in form, as lot with a drive wa

Viz- I woman pants for a man, that !goods at new goods price. Those Diamond- K 5, 3 : A B : ni nt9ndJ-7, f. ,', Z as In most everything else, breaks and extensions are expensive Complete working P'-"J'

makes a pair' of pants. Pants are districts and counties which have Spades*-A, g,8, 2 :. Z : Spade 10, 7, 6 are but short lived. Good designIs even the living\ porch comes specifications of this houserop! I
i; like molasses-they are thinner In made errors In judgment or have under the sum "rC
a matter .of taste and proportion one main roof; the par- obtained for a nominal J
t hot weather and thicker In cold Hearts -1\. K. 2
mishandled the money they have and, as a rule, is akin to simplicity. titions are plumb over each other the Building Editor Refer
weather There ha been much ; _,- Club*-Q,5. 4.2
y t raised do not deserve the paternalistic and the
'.:..- Freak houses built just construction Is most sim House H-A-64.
discussion as to whether pants is that Is Diamonds-Q,10,9
remedy being sug because they are odd. do not rep- ple. --
singular or plural. Seems to us gested. resent the best In home building, The room arrangement Is com- Confidence In the future{ ,
that when you wear pants it is For the II''
benefit of those who but rather otherwise.The bowl
,r ; plural and when you don't wear may be Interested in knowing what No score, first game. How should these I the remaining clubs, winning the fourth and livable; full square Florida's new ugar of p.
J I them It is singular It you want Is to herewith hands be bid and played Z should bid trick in Y's hand with the six.Y should l curious hold one's interestbut rooms with no nooks, waste corners dlcated by the resignation o.
t we present one and A should Some I lead a short time then It becomes or extravagant halls. operau
to make last make the no-trump pass. now ] the four of spades and finesse Bishop who was
1 pants coat Mr Lancaster's statement regard player> might double with this hand the jack in Z's hand A winning the loathsome. This applies with On the second floor the hall baa largest producing lad

first.-George Jung. ing the bill approved by the county but at no core I would not consider do- trick with the queen. A should now lead: double force to home buildings; been reduced to a size that Just In the world sugar In Cuba Won b

commissioners: ag to. A has a fine suit to open- the ten of heart and Z should win the once up, a building stands for serves the various rooms and the vice' p.1I
Over three thousand acres will The new bill will propose\ to carts, with three honors-and a tinelefeasave trick and lead the queen of diamond. yean, a monument to good tasteor stairs. This July lIt, operating SUgar C:
+. '. be planted to vegetables In Martin amend certain chapters of the existing hand; so why start some- A should rover oral Y should win with arrangement allows dent of the Southern 11
to bad. three
/4'i Y county the coming season wltb to- laws concerning certain :lung- that may end disastrously (or the ace. Y-/ should I lead two. mere large bed rooms and a bath.: pany which Is imscU and partner Y and B also rounds. of diamumU: winning the third What a community needs Is well All of the rooms are light and 000 acres of Everglade muckv .

matoes, peppers and beans as the moneys collected from the Gasoline tould pass, and A should cncn the ihamoihl tri; k with Ox >*.'k i., Y'* designed, attractive homes, plan airy, plenty of large windows Canal Point and la!to

principal crops although Irish po- Tax. uren of heart. Z should win tie' tr:.'.. hat: .I. Y .U: .>.\U vow. WJ A .>w .pu.ijI ned along lane rational lines--economical properly placed Insures this near cane PBrooksvUleSt0Tm'

tatoes, egg plants, cabbage straw The change are briefly as follows nd lead the deuce of chit' '. A F' I 'j/ the sang: I.. ?', 'Dilil, w'uch! i t. simple, neat and charm The simple detail of the porch Florida, aa sugar

berries and cukes are also ,planted -Of the four cent a gallon Jay low and Y should r'': i. ,*; a. A sli+'v6I tier. nui. 1 IIs: ing, a credit to the owner and a and cornices the well proportioned : s
$} When it holds the trick, h*
la ,. 1
tax now levied for road purposes, \v-J t. way Z credit to home IU'"
community a windows
J ; } in a large area. under the ire act and when the K: : and the broad brick curb laid In Bay Port oJeta
law .
proposed cent
one that will give one a sense of pride. chimney all lead strong character I front of BrooksvlU J urnl1


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News ot Florida in Short Paragraph t he mouth of the fish H-stlfled to

+,''hat It had cost him to gain hu

iberty in previous experience with ,
J I ah hooks. VALUE 11 1

Live StateNews Tampa-The hardest' hall In the ''

-Istory- of the local weather bu- '
t eau fell here Thursday; afternoon -- foi' you ,
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ly luring a thirty mile wind and .. I r' Jl

OUR EXCHANGES envy rainstorm that sent the tem- ," t.. } d .. '
BY .
TOLD \ s .
i>erature down 23 degrees from 92 l -" ." a" '. I ..t' :'- Ifl/ Y

___ f.o 64 In less than two hours. The .4"4""" ::1' I
.,--___ _._. _.... u .
I I.hnnderstorm
_.,,-- \all, accompanied by a severe '. .
Airways, I II' Tavares Contract has been broke windows
IMI, downtown office \ made by the Lake county board :hroughout the city and caused
,1 a Mlami-Pan- of education for a fleet of twenty- ome damage .to shubbery. The
l ,tnd announced, thru three new busses with passenger all stones as large as a man's

a Whitbeck In chargeI (capacity of from twenty-flve to :humb. were the largest ever seen .5 \
I i. construction, leasing forty-five persons eato\ trans- ere. More than two inches of

Fal I(II I which: a. private ter port approximately 1,000 rural pupils rain fell in an hour during the

? next week to the schools, the plan pro- eight of the storm which was

ad begin. viding tor responsible Individualand I aid to have been local
S tI
0 .
corporate concerns to furnish I ,Y
Taut Plans are being foriu the equipment and drivers on a Tallahassee Florida is now : I

ulm I ., advertising drive to rental basis by the year, beginningnext I ccond among states of the South
'I in to this section ot the September. which are teaching their childrenhe

lag I inter following approp- importance of conserving birdIfe. .

It \ 7.000 for this purpose Ocala-Announcement has been Hamilton G. MKIowan\ field .
din .
3tE iv dues represented made of the purchase by tho Florida gent for the state department of i
e i'oast association at a. Power Corporation of 2,400 game; and fresh' water fish, an- ,

the Mlrasol hotel. acres ot land on the Ocklawaha lotmced. Although Florida has I
to .
river for a power site. The landIs leen engaged in bird study' club I

,"'i LAn intermission JnHI located in the northeastern partof work two years, she Is now led I
....000 Everglades dram- the county and embraces a tract ol\ly by South Carolina in the
e lUll was.declared Friday favorably situated for the storage louth, and stands thirteenth I -

Fe neys for both the Flor- ot water for power purposes. No ., moue states ot the nation, he I Isaid.

uE ''uige' board and Spitzer Information has been received as I \ V { :
till ;+dyf
id Company, Toledo to when the development will be- : r
,? unshed preliminary argu- ; gin. Mount Dora The Florida
I has de-
lire filing briefs In the Commercial Association
Bartow-A district conventionwill hired war upon the method emiloyed GOODYA.
r. be held at the Masonic tem- by alleged seekers of learnIng Genuine

Extra charges on ship- ple here July 19, with M. W. Leroy In the guise of subscription '

bananas and coconuts nrandon grand Master ot the gents trying to earn enough "Tfoe World's Greatest adJi si
e will probably be re- the Masons of Florida In charge. iolnts to get a scholarship In BellIng ,
!OD .mpu the Interstate Commerce Besides being honored with the subscriptions to magazines. S ;; :
o Mount Dora has r)
IOn according to R. Hudiii presence ot the grand master For several years '
atne i traffic manager ot the er grand lodge officers and distinguished ieen visited by these subscription brand- ..
iii'' I real vacation-start on \
tirade, The charges range visitors will be in the gents usually boys and girls.; \ Last Enjoy a :
(?(S l 1, $12.50 per carload and city and It iil 1 expected the meetingwill ''I ummer the chamber of coltmercerecelvt'd : f'afl' I ;
, IK tires '
Important = number of complaints Goodyear
10'' "'ii. made for refrigeration be the biggest and most a I new, good-looking .
la' resorted to by
Masonic meeting ever called regarding methods

c mmodatlons.i .. S In this section. these agents and Secretary Heath and you'll be ready for months and
hIlS taken this opportunity to
i .mvllle--A central ware- to the attention X
the matter
C. A. Moore was exhibiting bring of trouble-free mileage.
. ml i factory for the manu- Arcadia- months
.oii- of the Mount Dora people.
,.um. and assembly of an es.ei here a 400-pound sea bassor S gilf t ,i'+ {

nnv designed door In the near "Jewflsh" which he had caught Arcadia-The vacation ot the \\' \ '
located In Jackson- near the mouth ot the Miakka low-priced tires buy a 47j :
Jill a ti; be boys of the Florida Baptist Chll- If you ,
said he
of the Over- river at El Jobean. He yl
the name
Milt order< :- Iren'a Home wll be spent in farm
of Florida and had been flailing tor this big fellow and you'll get
|eao ;Door Company is that work on the large home farm Goodyear Pathfinders '
and sure
announced for several years
Georxia, { Inc.,, it was which has been purchased by the 5
Frlda) by C. E. Muler, industrial he has-had him on the hook sev- itlzens ot Arcadia for the home for than you ever y ,
ecr-tr, of the chamber ot com eral times only to have his Already( the boys are at work clearIng more your money I r rt, I
hook and get
out the
men'" straighten the land and preparing it forpanting. thought possible in an inexpensivetire.

-...., The home farm consists
of r 240 acres ot land lying a few
Million ::11 l I niles north of Arcadia on the DixIe Don't take a chance of marringthe '
*; .. highway. The land was acquired / ; '

Leader by a number ot citizens paying holiday for yourself and compan- ;
L'.2Sfra. five-acre tract or more. Although -
uf for a <
? y
the entire 240 acres has ions; insure your car against tire 1

not> yet been paid for. a large portion -

of It has, and through the ef.forts trouble by taking advantage of our ,
of Superltendent T. E. Trice, ,

he be paid remalndlng for by citizens portion ot will DeSoto soon special 4th of July offers! II II II i'' I

county.:1 (;()OIJl"BAU l'ATIIPINn"p"p

S \ I Why the Neu.-Type t
.." 1L. : KVKKGREEXMM. ::
( !'. A. Hosier, COP.) 4a. Tread Balloon is Called TiresV V
All-Weather Grade' Low Priced
.I'...................... Hifjh I I l I i i"Y" :

Kvergreen, June 29Mr. and "The "l's Greatest Tire"The 29x1.10! l'athfimerlal.. $ 8.10 "Y"Y29.I.7.

Mrs Nathan I'udgett/: and son of
xS :; Pathfinder Ital. 10.73
the guestsof
near Sanderson were
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle new Goodyear Balloon gives you the ben"C"l'l' .\:.1..;.l'l Pathfinder: Ital. 935 t. 4'

Sunday. has learned in building 31x535: Pathfimlerlal.. 11.8.1 I +
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Lee and babyof fit of all that Goodyear '

Russell, spent the weekendwith tires. 33x6.00 Pathfinder Hal. 18.73HIGH I ; '
than 110,000,000
Mr. Lee's parents, Mr. and more
S Mrs C. A. Prlngle. I 4

J s children Mr. and of 1IrsValler Jacksonville Moore, were and the It provides longer tread wear; it protects you PRESSURE I 1

n. G guests of let and Mrs. J, E. RosIer against side-skid and slip; it makes your car 30x3 1-2 Cl. Cord $ 6.95 '

4 J Sunday. S.S. Cord 12.00
i '. ;r.'Y 1 1r Mrs. Lena, Cask ins .was a visitor accelerate better in difficult going because the .1lxlPalfinder

ys;' .w' 'b Y to Jacksonville Saturday of double32x1 Patnnder S.S. Cord 12.85
diamond blocks grip the road; its 'F V'I'
week. sharp f
last 33x5 Pat finder S.S. Cord 2,1.9JI t'I
and Dekle ot I
Lake Messrs.Butler Varnes attended church here rib design prevents cupping and pot-holing, so i' r

Saturday night common in ordinary balloons. Look at29x1.10 These IlaraainsYou L l
of wasa
Dr. GV.. Brown Lawtey a

professional visitor to Evergreen All Weather' bal. 10.00 I i /
Thursday of last week. can enjoy the advantages of this wonderful i
Mrs. William Reddish who has 29x1.75 All I Weather Ital. 12.75

been visiting her daughter. Mrs. tire for months and months to come by equipping 31 rillll All Weather /lal.1J.O()

1 John home Tuesday Cone at ot Brooker last week.returned your car now, at special 4th of July prices. 30x5.25 All 'Weather /lal.1J.75 .( 'll' t31x5

Mr. Morgan ill at Redding the home who of has his .2', All n'atherltll.16.5: () I '( I ,
been very
rll l 'l brother. Mr. II. F. Redldng is Im- We'll take your old tires ia trade, making you 32x6,00AllIIeatherflat. 19.75 I 1 y

..' \ T:: proving Rev. L.some.A. Donnelly of Starke, a fair allowance for every mile that is left in 33x6JDO All Weather' Ital. 19.50 I I. .' t I i

: his regular appointment here the new tires FREE -
: \ I them. We'll put on '
\ Sunday.
'1. HIGH
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reddish making certain that the rims are free from rust, !

B.A.R.OLFE f I and children, and Mrs. William inserted and in30x31.2 Cl. Card All '
of Mr. the tubes are
Reddish were the guests that '
I 9.25

any 4+iI 4Mtw4tllt.itod RsmMeel""" doll' II and Mrs.at Ury Itellbronn Reddish. Springs.Sunday. afternoon flated just say the word. 30x3 Weather' 1-2 Cl. Cord (oversize$ iJ I 1

I I-I/UM1Inavt"bl."IItt.twQ"'t.toll; : 10.25 Ii.t ,
fellMusician Another step in forestry ...'.: /
they couldn't really uv a vatlon will be taken in preller-I All Weather S.S. Cord 'p 4 J ;
because 31x1 >
With Cornet Mr. Rolfe. time. W, .
else says within a short TUBES I
Makes New Fortune anything for making a fortune out Cormlck, of Washington, D. 'C., FREE 11.1532x1 .
of music that was unheard of education ot the American d4
director S.S. ,
After Losing First 'Music ot those but days the appealedonly modern Forestry Asoclation, is due Drive over and let us look Special-The right tube for All Cord 15.25 tare i ,
to the few state at any time, tire is here-good,heavy
: has a universal i to reach the tires see that they every
*'irld's New York most famous City.B.cornettat A. Rolfe., is American scope, variety and those who really to take up .with the Florida For- over correctly your inflated., You tubes that Goodyear makes.. 33x5 All ,Weather 8.s. Cord I Ianounceofpreventionhefore '

and it can become famousin estry Association the expenditures lot of companlanvaluestoGoodyear
rapidly proving that money interpret save yourself a 27.25
music it not synonymous, are at the financial world."I of large sums of money In educat- may trouble and delays by taking and Pathfinder ti low. V
if understand colleges are the state In the necessity -
least team-mates, especially : ing people of priced too.For x.. '
the Mr. Rolfe ried because so many promising of fires in $1,50youstart.ThiescrviceisFREE.
music is Jazz. Once of the prevention
while. engineers and lawyers ample,30 x 3V\-*tube
was' a millionaire for a doctors wooded areas.
Now he bids fair to be a millionaire are leaving college to .
for keeps-all because of jazz band players, but I want to For the first time In history of ;
think any young man jt JI
jazz say that I woman has been electedto '..&Y "
for music can go country '
Starting In the motion picture who has a yen fear of not the Florida Railroad Commission
without any
Business with Jesse Lanky, now into it to the same Florida to turn
rUe and it took
able to ,
one of the world's most noted being :
Picture! magnates, Mr. Rolfe heights: in the financial world the as the trick. The woman Is Mrs. Station
his banker brother. Of course L. Eaton, of Montlcllo, and iAiI'LSupreme Service
amassed! a great fortune oversight playing! this music is >
only to have it all vanish ina money int1 fact that the music the Florida Railroad CommissionItself
single! deal. Luckily, he had made is what e the public wants' Is the authority for the
n vej neglected his old cornet. itself what that is that statement that she i Is the first wo-
J'nichwhen a boy, he had played Just wins people I don't know nor do man to hold a railroad commission -
before the crowned heads of Europe who can analyze in the United States.
: He decided now to adapt I know position Starke Floridar

Jr.'dem organizedoa Jazz ba d. lt'"Why.: 1 Fen Head Over Heelsin DeFunlak _Springs New No. 2
ment and .. Love' should be the most popular ,
jnich is today one of the most foxtrot of the year. I ean't building being erected to house
:famous musical combinations in except that; the pie*. automobile agency of N. Beatty on
the country. short a personalitythat - in
"When I was a boy, musicians has it into a gold min. Oth street.
to turns .
>.r. musicians for art's sake

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nnADFoni COeSTY.TicLixjiriArii STARKE, FLORIDA.. .... _" .. _
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r ......*.............*+*. will be divided equally among the IIKCACKH; OF' ONE WHO LOVES 77 .. ." .1 .'. .,i '! .i . '
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Elks'// Fund A 4 -
Charity YOU ** --- -
counties, as! at present;
f sixty-seven ... J
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HAMPTON : n . .. n r

.. .". Ada Nlmmo. Tor. .4 To Be Twenty one will go cent to instead thef State of Road three Department cents-, (Mary Armstrong McGill) -. . . ,, .. _ __ w. __ .

........................ and two cents will be returned When irll the world seems dark
Million Dollars and drear '
Hampton, June 29.-Miss Maud In '
f I to the counties proportion And dark skies lower o'er you,

/ Mitohcll an ex-teacher of HIP to the amount received from each When all your hopes have turned ; j tT.
Hampton grammar school, who If i
i .. county. to fear, .
: highly cKleemed here sent the following !-
And dear friends bore
even you-
I I This two cents so returned to'
,' letter to the Baptist Sunday
4 p Just go and find a quiet spot,
be used first
school each county to as
I Forget the world about you. T. Cv .
Dear children, of the I Hampton interest and sinking fund on countywide
And let your thoughts go to the '
Baptist Sunday School: Indebtedness Incurred in y. : S'.rrltxhaAYf .3? w i ir

It hits given me much pleasure the building of roads and bridges; one

";, r t to tier your Sunday school rooms I second for district road and Who cannot live without you! t ,

Hear of your high; rate of attend ,+est bridge obligations within the county -
the board of county commissioners So Soon your heart begins to'alng
ance end know that you are being i
', trained Into stalwart men and s i to decide how the money And brighter grow your skies
When these sweet thoughts recall
women, for Christ and the church. + shall be apportioned among the

.rr } An eminent divine once said districts, and third, If any money; the lightIn fa4Jjr

eft v '' I that the "Ten Commandments, andChrlst'll remains after taking care of one understandings eyes-

R,, ; Sermon on the Mount," and two the residue is to go into Every fear Is a glorious hope,

;1' i were nil that was needed, as a ; !pm the county road and bridge fund. And heaven l Is all about you-
When you think of how you love
t.e guide; to make a splendid Christian At present one cent a gallon the one
f milD or woman. amounts to about three million
Who cannot live without you.You're ,
Study them well, children and dollars a year. This will give the

a remember that nothing that in/ State Hoad Department about
Y happy then the whole day
J, r+ against\ the laws of our land and I t/OHNF.MALLEY. Head eel Ellrowo eight million a year to spend, as through,

of Christ's teachings I right; and ,,,,,,' F-.E, C. the license tag tax amounts to over -
With some sweet bring-
;$ t anyone who will not fight for what four millions and they also have memory
Is right even if they know they NEW YORK.-The D P O. E.. num- I federal aid money, etc.
e loving touch, a winning smileA
a cannot win, Is not doing their duty bering almost 000.000 members In the The counties have outstanding
now -
20 mil thousand birds are singing
{ United States, will raise 10 to
as a Christian. lion' dollars a. a permanent endow- county road and bridge bondsin There's joy and gladness every-
vi I hare been a member of the ment fund whose Income will be devoted the amount of about $150,000- whereA

'+ Baptist church in regular standing to charitable goals end whose 000.00. This new law would make happy blue above you-

''; 't tJ for many years and have charter will be drawn up at the next about $6,000,000.00 a year avail- You'll find you're loving all the
F fought (for what I knew was right. national Elk. convention In Miami. able for Interest and sinking fund world

My prayer, for you, dear children PIa. July 6-13. Orand Exalted Ruler 'f -. -....
bonds. In addition to l : '
Because of one who oves l
you. .,
John f Malley of the Elk. geld yes d
and myself la that we may materially reducing county taxes "I' .., COOA//V6 POPULAR.
terday. The fund will be directed by 3 c ,
the and do it c
try to right as >,
Fs the Orand Lodge and also aid tbe In ever county In the state, Itwoul,1 Tampa-$25,000 new business M/GM SCMODL '

,f long as we live. itate Elks association charities. strengthen Florida's credit building planed for Cass street. OEMONSTAA70R VJEAVIftli ,c H \ Little tote with scissor. mcI p"
p Maud Mitchell Therefore, the session will be the and favorably advertise Florida in : 'I I went through their K1,
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden of Green Cove Springs NewShand'e ..,," play tasks. gar
most important Elks' meeting ever a very substantial way.-Leesburg :::;...o'\. Smiling domestic lelln
of rls Tampa, who have been visiting! acid ne believes. lIe found all Florida Commercial. bridge opened girls baked! cookie and passed the

,, Mr. IJurden's mother, Mrs. T J. will splendidly entertain the Elks ------- An intimate view of the! workings preparing the youth of a great Industrial .out to visitor other gIrls prep

Uurden, have returned to their The Magic City of Miami baa pre I ol a modern school system recently community to cope with the ing for ft. Busy lire tolled with typ
ti y', i home pared on a magnificent scale Miami "' 1 complexities of existence. Doe and writer aDd bookkeeping machina
will and to ttt lint afforded more than 300.000 people hurrying Staff of
be at Its best
owing girls are taught a large variety of school
( j Mrs Hicks of Lakeland l Is the reports
? I proximity to the sea and to' the trade who attended the unique exhibit' useful edited a dally newspaper
4 subjects page 80
S of her slater Mrs Thomas j How
guest e'B to
f wind. It will be a delightful place to Play it the Cleveland public: schools The The result of teaching were on display girls are taught the useful art <

; i Pyal.Mrs. meet. Hotels guaranteed low ratei exposition which was representative at the school exhibit In tbe form weaving was also shown at the I J*

W. O, Seals/ and daughter, and the railroads bave Issued reduced BRIDGEcries jt every phabe of the city education of furniture, dresses, art posters gar pOSition.

f Miss Mabel both of Jacksonville, round trip ticket He felt assured ot! activity was neld in the lobby: of the dens model houses and scores of One of the most Interesting of theihlblt

Visited here last Thursday, a splendid representation."The Onion Trust Co. Cleveland, tbe largest other practical products ot modern' wa that of the trade icboc
j ,. II 1114' F 2t9
k ,. ie #1 Mr. and !Mrs. W. O. Dennett who Foundation will offer an op. : bank lobby in the world. education. Entire classes with full where boys are taught useful tnci

have been for several weeks In portunity for all Elk. to unite on one 1927-23 by The exhibit: brought Home to many equipment were transplanted In tile This la the only school in the cit
: great effort for humanity. It Is the thousands bl Visitors the amazing spacious bank lobby. There with a where student are paid wages to

z' Hawthorn, spent last Sunday with I highest kind of fraternal work. ...It I Wynne Ferguson progress' that has seen made In education i background of huge marble pillars studying and attending class. Ib

friends" here.; I U God work," be said. .. :... A i \ Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BIUDO I methods in comparatively recent and In the midst of the hurry and Cleveland School system baa an en

Miss Mildred Seals of Jacksonville "."" nrs. The fundamental of learning 'bustle of a banking day, students rollment of 240.000 and Its annua
Dur- the "three R.." no longer suffice In performed their class work amount to 120,000,000
Hilda expenses
1, ? In visiting OAS] TAX \".\COMING: Copyright, 1927, by ]toile,Jr. .

+ dell this week. < \ ........... 27r; ,

,.,. ., Miss Jeanette Durden.of Tampa -. .-::- ("!" ARTICI..ENo. 32 a.-:: -w.
i '; Is the guest of her uncle, A. A. Without question\ one of the <4"- .

t ; l Durden.Mr. main Issues at the next session of The following questions from correspondents would be equivalent t 'len strength,

1i and Mrs. C. L. May were the Florida legislature will bit h and their answers are inter and then bid only with, the firm intention

r+ P shopping in Sturke last Monday new gas\ tax law. Certain hUKgtioim esting and informatory: of rcbidding if partner alto:''1
Question, : "Should a four card suit bebid double a subsequent adverse declara
) CAftton.\
of made by DaylA nomInee -
Dr. n. M, Faver and family "
forced secondary less value tion.
or on
1 vl M Lake Geneva, were visiting friends of the democratic party for than you suggest for an original bid? Question: "1 am constantly told thatit

; c + ?* and relatives here last Saturday. governor\ Intimates that he will ho If so, what value? Should a secondary is imperative to take out your partner .....
r ( d r Captain L. T. Murphey and friendly to a proposition that has bid be made with less than l lJi tricks -a denial bid from weakness in .

family of Stuart were visiting been a pet project of men from (your card vaulation)?" his suit -if one has not more than ana
r here last Saturday. over-burdened bonded countiesand Answer' : "A four-card suit bid is aBOund of his suit."
bid, original or second hand, Answer: "Always deny partner's suit
districts throughout the state
the First
r The Sunday school of with the same values as required for a if you have one, two or none of his suit.
Christian church, of Hampton entertained This Is the Idea of breaking up the five or more card suit. A forced or This is obligatory."

_ with a picnic at Hampton distribution of tbe tux and givingthe secondary bid, however,is a little differ That the matter of distribution is being \ ,
a Beach last Thursday, June the counties a greater share and ent proposition. A five or more card suit studied and discussed! in card circi-. .;

21st, Bathing and a good social cutting down materially the Income may bo bid with one-half trick less is shown by the following: ,

4 time was. enjoyed. At high noon of the state road department strength: than required for an originalbid Question: "My bidding of the enclosed
F W -but I would hesitate to recommend hand has been criticized but I <
t Beyond question n iiKnlii, this > arts
a bountiful dinner was served any such,
procedure with a four-card suit. believe it conforms to the teachings of ,", ...
Lemonade way:! served throughout suggestion: will meet with determined I feel That strength equivalent to that your Little Red Book which I have ....,.

the afternoon. opposition of practically all requiredfor an original\ bid should exist read forward and backward.; Pcrlwi! i W

Rev J. B. Dixon, pastor of the those who have been Instrumental before a forced or secondary four-card you would, comment on the hands in .a !'w

1 Christian church, and wife and: In planning and building a state suit bid may be made. some of articles. a : ..-( xf

t niece, nil of Jacksonville, were In highway system in }Florida "Secondary suit bids with less than "The location of, the king cf!d.:.mow !I'>
one and one-half tricks are seldom j justifiable. natured game and! thcrii ":'..;i no u-
i: attendance, and enjoyed this hos- We have before us an exampleof
Only great length in the suit bid cushion over the play.!
what when tax
pitality. happened this

t t 'I Mrs. Ehtella Hicks and little collected and handeu over to Hearts- K, Q, 4

$I i i son of Lakeland are visiting here.J the 'ounUc One cent on each Clubs-9,6, 4 .-

gallon Into fund whichIs Diamonds-:1,10, 7, 3, 2
N Kutledge and family have now goes a
9 2
Spades- ,
recently been visitors to Dude divided equally among the
Hearts-9, 6, 1 Jleartsn.'e'ClubsJ.7J *
j, a{ ,; ? City counties of the state regardless of Y : Club-.! :

yt Mrs. Johnson and daughter Miss size, road mileage, population, or Diamonds I K, 8, 4 : A B : Diamond.Spades :.

1r' Thelma, of the Gainesville University sale of gasoline. The abuses which -8, 7, 6, 4 : Z s Spades-A',3; :

''h 7 a it'' spent\ the weekend with have grown out of the prenlcloiyj .
I ,
s .
Hearts-A, J,
4' + Mra. Johnson's brother, T. F. division are enough to cause any-
Clubs- 2 ..
C Drown. one who seriously considers more ''-AV.*?:) ,. Diamonds 9 S .. -. ;>:.,.,. .. i $4t.seeww gMMwMdY.a.
> Q J, r xe t, ro
1 Miss Gertrude Wynn entertained splitting up of the tax to stop K 0. y f. .. a? a .
y1 Spades ( J, 10Hereisoneontliciffcr1" ,. ;; pi n. .k ; .:., l. 8j Y : L :. '' '#-r ,
the Girls' Sewing Club last look and listen. ". ;.Je ....,.... fC. -<: w'v$:. : .SArf' >jSu53>*aw.A-BB'rf. >ii.*' .X.v'..,.. ,_ WatAL
\ .
."$;,.-.0..f, -=___b>s>_:,"" bas3e x........., wawxa3Sx' ". :oAifOO ;:>_.. wx r- -> ---
'' T-'esday afternoon with a miscellaneous The first draft or outline of a :(o score; rubber, game. Z dealt antI I "*"*" "

shower In honor of }Mrs' new law to be proposed has been bid one spade. A passed I; Y bid one no- ,, an old story but app-I"*:...,' ...... .._., .-
trump. 11 bid two clubs (should have reader .
l many A4iarf ) C. 4' #.
J. L. Cok, formerly Miss Nattily sent us by Louis Lancaster, first c-L
q t passed); Z bid two hearts; A and Y Question: "Wit you be so :JJ.vI: aI! :2decluc
I Marctonny who resides in Brunswick vice<< president of the state association both passed. U bid three clubs. Z then the following: .

i. Qa.Many of county commissioners. Mr. bid three diamonds and all passed. A ..

r '1 beautiful dainty gifts were Lancaster prefaces his description opened the j.lck of clubs won trick and ks jClCHEII

r presented and sent to Mrs. Cook, of tho proposed bill by the state returned 7 of clubs which Z trumped. : Y : bfD Mtbj1A
a Ace of spades was only other trick lost A Q IIG'.lac's
: i
ment that his Sarasota b'
with congratulations and best own county, Etp a
scoring five diamonds. : Z t + L
wishes from the sewing club. Is not among those suffering Answer' : "The hand you sent me for .
because of road and bridge bonds.
KrefreMhmeut were served at criticism was a mobt interesting one.

the conclusion by Misses/ Gertrude He stated that Sarasota county is You neglected to state which hand you A deals and bU:. no-trump, \' clouMe-, 1 -

Wynn and Jessie Williams. Those not only able to meet her Interest field, but I presume it was Z's. If such B redoubles U Y.; compelled to bid?" I vw l fit \
is the case, I with bidding Answer: "In tha problem suhmitted IS Ot IgtO'
delicious refreshments consisted' payments but has on hand now in agree your
1 %)/ cM:
in every particular/The 4-4-4-1 type of by where the dealer doubled (informatory
w you :
cash with which to retire
of dainty sandwiches and ice tea. money II'G'/Z'O'' / "ie.t LJel ED M Zr
i distribution is always an interestingone ) and hi ,
l a Rev Clarke will preach at the those bonds which come due next and productive of good results if the partner of the informatory doulili-r. IIto.,1Si0' -

Methodist church next Sunday year. Sarasota county is indeed at the best suit bid for the combined must bid. His obligation to do so i in an.

2h morning and evening. fortunate to be in this position.& hands; otherwise it is particular. aver to the informatory double: is not

Mrs. C. E. Harper and Miss lIen- Hut there are a number of counties ly dangerous and very often gets the released by the intervening'n'<.!ouhl.* cbs %

J- rietta Evans were shopping in and special districts Jnslde of unwary bidder into difficulties. There are a few players, howcv cr, v hopass -
boundariesthat not "What would you have done if B in thi, situation if they have, a t
Jacksonville last !Monday.\ county are
iI 1 / had passed Y's no-trump bid as he Cavendish hand, that is, one containing '
Mr. J. E. Adklim and son, Gerald only less fortunate but less reservIng
'v should? The correct bid over a pa i1 : Adklna were transacting business ; as well. Some districts have the no-trump is still two hearts. Then' :: a pass is supposed to be informn- ,

in Starke last Saturday. squandered their bond money and U would be justified in bidding three tory and shows partner that he can de.

r' ,'' 0. Hayes of Starke was a business have received In road value only a dubs and Z would then bid three diamonds pend on at least. three:: cards in his part

visitor here last Monday.! few rents on the dollar. We find ., with the same, result as in your ner's hand for any sijit} that he may bid
the millions millions of dol- case. to escape the redouble. Such tactics iSECOAJO FLOOI2..PLAAJ)
Supt. 11. n, Wiggins of Starke, upon /:
"It is an interesting hand and the however, should not be followed unices
was attending to business here lars represented In bond Issue bidding to my mind shows that Z wasa agreed to in advance and so announced f iiasr FLOOB, PLAID .I&IU-"',"

I this week. have purchased varying percentages very alert player and one familiar to the opponents.Otherwise, they could 1 I J"" h-H-M A =%

of road value and the in- with the pit-falls of distribution." be regarded as a private convention." tI'M E 'T'k.

A )JOY', KSSAV: : ON PA NTH: stances where full value in accordance .. -
with stipulations made by the Answer to Problem No 33 A SIMPLE HOUSE IX GOOD The little house shown here that no amount of "gingerbreadwould

_- state system has been received ::... lIearts5.4,3 TASTE with is a good example of what give.:

j Pants are made for men and from county bond Issues are few Clubs-A. J, 9, 6 -- can be done In the way of simplicity The house measures 'w.,'lIly..1Ifeet

not for women. Women are made indeed. Therefore It would not Diamonds-A, J, 8 (By R. C. Hunter& Bro. .Archts., economy and good design. six inches across thi ("'nt f"1

for men and not for pants. Whena appeal to a business man to gather Hearts- 1, J, 10 S Spade. -9, 5,4 Jleartll-O, 1. 6 New York City.) The plan la l rectang.ular In shape It can be placed on a (Mt> lov

man pants for woman and a a fund and buy up a lot of damaged Clube-KJ Y I Cluba-It, R, 7 Fads and fancies in house design (the most economical in form, as lot with a drive way.

p i:"I' woman pants for a man that goods at new goods prl Those Diamonds-K, 5, 3 : A B : nannJ.-7C,2: as in most everything else, breaks and extensions are expensive Complete working plans an4

+ makes a pair of pants. Pants area districts and counties which have Spade.-A, Q.8, 2 :. Z : Spades-IO, 7,6 are but short lived. Good designs even the tiling porch comes specifications of this house mar lit

t' like molasses-they are thinner in made errors in judgment or have a matter ,of taste and proportion under the one main roof; the partitions obtained for a nominal sum nor
hot weather and thicker in cold mishandled the money they have : . Heart-A, K, 2r. and, as a rule Is akin to simplicity are plumb over' each other the Building Editor. Refer II

raj ; I weather. There has been much raised do not deserve the pater- ,":'!;'Wt-_... Club Diamonds-Q,10,9-0,5,4, 2 Freak houses, built Just and the construction la most sim House H-A-64.

? discussion as to whether pants Issln&ular nalistic remedy that Is being sug : ;:
h, or plural. Seems to us gested. the best In home building, The room arrangement Is com- Confidence in the future oJ

that when you wear pants It is For the benefit of those who but rather otherwise.The pact and livable; full bOwl' II It
F I plural and when you don't wear may be Interested In knowing whatIs No core, first game. How should these the remaining clubs, winning! the fourth curious hold one's interest rooms with nooks square Florida's new "Sugar or. r.{(j
lands be bid and played? Z should bid trick in Y's hand with the six. Y should no waste corners dicated by the resignation
.5 1,' them It Is singular. If you want to come we herewith present one no-trump and A should pass. Some now lead the four of spades and finesse but a short time then It becomes or extravagant halls. Bishop who waa Peratln'! '?
to make pants last, make the coat Mr. Lancaster's statement regard- loathsome. This applies with On the second floor IlIdusU1
players might double with this hand the jack in Vs hand A winning the the hall bas largest sugar producing
first.-George Jung. Ing the bill approved by the county but at no score 1 would not consider dong trick with the queen.shouM, now load double force to home buildings; been reduced to a else that Just in the world, In Cuba to becolJlf

y commissioners: so. A has a fine suit to open- the ten of hearts and Z should win the once up, a building stands for serves the various rooms and the let operating vice prtti'

'l Over three thousand acres will The new bill will propose to tearta. with three honors-and a fine trick and lead the queen of diamond. years, a monument to good taster stalra. This arrangement allow on July Sufif Celt.
_ ;"' leleaan.e hand so why start something A should cover and Y should! win with I dent of the Southern iOtt
R' r be planted to vegetables in Martin amend certain chapters ot the existing :- ; to bad. three large bed rooms and a bath: developing
that end disastrously for the ace. Y-'L should lead pony, which la
may two mIKe faIIInear
y.sf county the coming Reason with tomatoes laws concerning certain I.inuclf and partner Y and B also round of di.imoruU winiung be third What a community needs la well All of the rooms are light and 000 acres of Everglades muck

'c. peppers and beans as the moneys collected from the Gasoline xjuld pa**, and A should cncn the diamond. UUk with the} jack ia Y'shas.l. designed, attractive homes, planned airy plenty of large windows Canal Point and Cle,1I1D1o

; principal crops although Irish potatoes Tax )ucen of .hould11 tlue trl: '. \' tl-.oi.U: vow WJ ;:>w .fi4jI along sane rational lines-ecoomlcal properly placed insures this. Florida sugar cane plants") D
deuce as
egg plants, cabbage strawberries The changes are briefly as fol- nd lead the of cluf. A .' I '-ii' til's tin* I.' 7.'* 11 tutu w'lkh; AI simple, neat and charm- The simple detail of the porch l
Of Uy low and Y should rt! *.; n. A sl.ot4'\ tiN. mat'.. .::s"t
and ows- the four cents a gallontax I ng. a credit to the owner and a and cornices, the well :proportioned BrookavUle Storm a ewer
sI' cakes also -
are II
planted i.a
Vhcn it holds the trick hf' .1 t 1Zt
now levied for road purposes, i u. ray credit to the community a home windows and the broad brick curb laid In Bay Port atreft
In a large fee ud wbcn the k: : '
area. ace 0"u -
r I under the proposed law one cent that will give; one a sense of pride. chimney, all lead strong character front of BrooksvlUe: JenrnPAGO al


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I li.nvier tackle. Several holes In .I.I'H

-: at Florida in Short Paragraph, i iI the mouth of the fish testified to
iI i News iI iI
iI I I I what it had cost him to gain; hid

I i I I I liberty In previous experience with :.

'!J IIHh hooks. .. SPECIAL TIRE VALUES I i t.V

Jj I State.News
j [Live: Tampa-Tha hardest hall in the '
history of the local weather bureau -
;- ,. fir your '
fell here Thursday afternoon
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during a thirty mile wind and ""I t f r. ,i. '- i '.

heavy rainstorm that sent the temperature ) : I .
I TOLD \ ; .
92 P".v, -: / y r'u
'Ij I down 23 degrees from \ 1.- 1' p Ii

j s I. I .. _.. to 64 In less than two hours. The I 'I .
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American Airways Tavares Contract thunderstorm, broke windows 1.1
( I llnDl ""n, downtown oflice I made hy the Lake county boardof throughout the city and caused ,I II
, i a '
-," n-" proposed MlamlpanIere education for a fleet of twenty-, some damage .to shubbery. The -.---
I ro' \ nd announced thru three new busses with passenger hall stones as'large as a man's
'. I"8"' ,' ,. Whitbeck in charge capacity of from twenty-five to thumb, were the largest ever seen ,
|(I Wl l lt 111 I .construction, leasing forty-live persons each to trans- here. More than two inches of i
d i
: !t D rv'' I' (, which a private terplnai port approximately 1,000 rural pupils I rain tell in an hour during the ,
"I'f a fie'(: week. to the schools the plan pro- Height; of the storm which\ was
J : 1 w' .i .. next viding for responsible Individualand said to have been local
" corporate concerns to- furnish r |
", mD1' Plans are being for- the equipment and drivers on a Tallahassee Florida is now i:
. advertising drive tot
i aulatU' n rental basis by the year beginningnext second among states of the South
this section of the
"" t to September. which are teaching their children .
bring .dI
following approp- .. .
.letenc nter S the Importance of conserving bird
datlon 000 for this purpose Ocala-Announcement has been life, Hamilton O. McGowan field
Jeaterda .Itleb! represented In made of the purchase by the Flor- agent for the state department of < '--

the g oast association at a ida Power Corporation of 2,400 game and fresh water Ash, an

meettn .'he..MiraBal. .. hotel. acres of land on the Ocklawaha nounced. Although\ !; Florida has
river for a power site. The landis been engaged In bird study club ,
Pen ii tAn intermission in located In the northeastern part work two years, she is now led i I
the I.: .m." ,oOO Everglades drain- of the county and embraces a tract only by South Carolina in the ]
oen'' lUll was.declared Friday favorably situated for the storageof South, and stands thirteenth ,
lfte age) ll'll,, -nevs for both the Flor- water for power purposes. No among states of the nation he
JldalBorl(if'IlInuge board and Spitzer information has been received as said. 1 I I a I :o-i
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<' Company. Toledo bond I to when the development will begin (
nished( preliminary Mount Dora. The Florida.
brok'' ,
mre filing briefs Commercial Association has declared -
men ariu-1 Bartow-A district convention war upon the method employed GOODYEA. .F DZJ S'd
tlse .. .. .
will be held at the Masonic tem- [) by alleged seekers of learning -

, ran Extra charges on shlp- ple here July 19, with M. W. Le- In the guise of subscription ) ) N <, :.
,. bananas and coconuts roy Brandon grand Master of the I agents trying to earn enough "
, I melll rmupa will probably be remover the Masons of Florida in charge. points to get a scholarship in sellIng 1
e [ 1the Interstate Commerce Besides being honored with the subscriptions to magazines.For ,

Cotnn1l..<,on. according to R. Hud- presence of the grand master oth- several years Mount Dora baa j
" I son Bur-- traffic manager of the er grand lodge officers and distinguished been visited by these subscription real vacation-start on brand- \ ..
I bourn >T !trade. The charges range visitors will be in the I agents, usually boys and girls. Last Enjoy a :, '
J I from H.' w $12.50 per carload and city and it la expected the meetingwill summer the chamber of commerce tires .;
hart i>e"n made for refrigeration be the biggest and most important received a number of complaints' I new, good-looking Goodyear ''V'V
I Masonic meeting ever call- regarding methods resorted to by % -
accommodations.. .. .. ed in this section. these agents and Secretary Heatli and you'll be ready for months and 4 % ,
.. has taken this opportunity to Vy
lal'K8unv1l1e-A central ware- Moore exhibiting bring the matter to the attention of trouble-free mileage. A
house ,nIl factory for the manufacture Arcadia-C. A. was months
Mount Dora people.
at the
and assembly of an especially here a 400-pound sea bass .. .. /
!: designed door. In the near or "Jewflsh" which he had caught!;
of the
(future. will be located In Jacksonville near the mouth of the Mtakka Arcadia-The vacation Chil If want low-priced tires, buy
, of the Florida Baptist you
under the name of the Over- river at El Jobean. He said he boys r '

head Door Company of Florida and had been fishing for this big fellow work dren's on Home the wll,large be spent home in farm farm Goodyear Pathfinders and you'll get ti v y

Georgia Inc., It was announced for several, years and is sure that
Friday by C. E. Muler industrial he has had him on the hook sev- which has been purchased by than ever J) 4c
citizens of Arcadia for the for you
to have his more your money
secretary of the' chamber of com- eral times, only
work clearIng -
Already the boys are at 1
straighten out the hook and get \
merce the land and preparing it for thought possible in an inexpensive .,
planting. The home farm consists t
ot 240 acres of land lying a few chance of marring
Million* :Il l '. t miles north of Arcadia on the Dixie tire. Don't take a
highway. The land was acquired (r
L' Leader by a number of citizens payingfor the holiday for yourself and compan- J f a

; ur _. 2slra a five-acre tract or more. Although
tire j
the entire 240 acres has ions ; insure your car against ;, ,i
not yet been paid for a large portion .Vfi?
and through the efforts of our ,
of It has trouble by taking advantage t tI
I ,- of Superltendent T. E. Trice, ., i''
the remalndlng portion will soon of offers! I'' 1'
be paid for by citizens of DeSoto special 4th July I'J t I;tll' 4 W' $

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1 EVERGREEN: '1 't.' ,

(Mrs.: P.' A. Roller Cor.) .., AllWeather Tread Balloon is Called IIiffh Grade, lHUS1"rcee 1 Tires i'I !t I 1 1J ,,

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l Evergreen, June 29.--Mr. and l lMrs. The World's Qreatest Tire"The 29x1.10 Pathfinder. $ 8.10 V

Y r Nathan 1'adgett and son of 29x1.75 I'ellhfimlerJal.. 10.7.tSOxIM <>

near Mr.Sanderson and Mrs., were C. A.the Pringle guestsof new Goodyear Balloon gives you the 1 benefit ; : Pathfinder 1"",a. 9.2.i t ifiHl

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.\ R. K. Lee and baby of all that Goodyear has learned in buildingmore 31x535 I'ellhfiml'rJal.. 11.83 ,I ;

ot Russell spent the weekendwith tires. 33x6f101'alltiinder Hal. 18.75 I "
I 110,000,000 *
Mr. Lee's parents Mr. and I1'
e. f Mrs. C. A. Prlngle.

."/ a '",( Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore and It provides longer tread wear ; it protects: you HIGH PRESSURE30x3 -'
Jacksonville were the '
children of 6.9i/ 'I xr
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier against side-skid and slip; it makes your car 1-3 Cl. Cord $ ?i 'u

.._.. I. Cord 12.00 r ? '
Sunday. because the 31xt Palfindcr S.S.
,'t.\f Mrs. Lena Gasklns was a visitor accelerate better in difficult going 1 cI'r' ; ;
,t. ..',I IJI of Patttnder S.S. Cord 12.85 '
Jacksonville Saturday double.12xl
.1.-1 ; to
last week. sharp diamond blocks grip the road; its 33x5 Pal finder S.S. Cord 23.95 .t'1 ,t, ;

Messrs. Varnes and Dekle of cupping and pot-holing, so i I'
rib design prevents
I .' Lake Butler attended
i/ (.! 1 t Saturday night. common in ordinary balloons. Look at These llargainx
Dr. O. \V. Brown of Lawtey was 4'' 4
a professional visitor to Evergreen wonderful 29x1.10 All 'Weather bal. 10.00 ,
of this
of last week. the advantages 1V
Thursday Mrs. William Reddish who has You can enjoy 29x1.75 All \Weather Ital. 12.75 : I1 ; '

r lI ll been visiting her daughter. Mrs. tire for months and months to come by equipping 31x5.00 All ''V{ cather /JaI.l 1.00 ,

John Cone at Brooker returned of prices. '
4th July
home Tuesday of last week. your car now, at special ;j0.r5,25'ill 'Weather Bal. 15.75 .{

//9IB.A.ROLFE Mr. Morgan Redding who has 31x5.25 All ,Weather Hal. 16.50 .(
been very 111 at the home of hla old tires id trade, making you t'l I
brother Mr. H. F. Redldng la Improving We'll take your 3.2x61)0All {Heatherlal.19.: 5 I j
is left in '
t some. of Starke a fair allowance for every mile that 33x6.00 All Heatherlal.19.)0 .I' ; ;
Rev. L. A. Donnelly ; I
... filled his regular appointment here them. We'll: : put on the new tires FREE '9(

Saturday and Sunday.Mr. HIGH PRESSURE .
and Mrs. Willie Reddish making certain that the rims are free from rust,

and children and Mrs. William inserted and in30x.1 Cl. Card All ,
Reddish were the guests of Mr\ that the tubes are 9.25' '
-/). *T- ST+ T T- 'Weather $ .

:r4 d \ j H-1l--j- :- I and Mrs.at Ury Hellbronn Reddish Springs.Sunday afternoon I flated. Just say the word. 30x.31.2. Cl. Cord (oversize -_-": .!I :,f.o\u,3,
f '
t tell hmdoaxhslsnbutala,,1w''ttAto'I, 'leyandlwadtdtodaaa0.smeIewndo.f 10.25
Another step in forestry preservation 'I

't.. really oe will be taken in Floridawithin S.S. Cord
because they couldnanything 31x1 All ,Weather I
Musician With Cornet else." says Mr. Rolfe. a short time. W C. McCormick TUBES 11.1532x1 I j4''
Makes New Fortune "As making a fortune out Washington, D. C., FREE
of music that was unheard of. education o' the American S.S. Cord +
of AlllVea/1/er
After Losing First appealed tube for Dare
''Music of those days Special-The right '
due look
only to the few but the modern Forestry Asociatlon, is Drive over and let us good heavy 15..'.).J
here ,
New York City.::-B. A. Rolfe, American variety has a universal to reach the state at any time, over your tires, see that they every tire Is -
wbrld's most famous cornetist is scope, and those who really to take up .with the Florida Forestry correctly inflated. You tubes that Goodyear makes as 33x5 All {Weather S.s. Cord
rapidly proving that money and interpret it can become famous Association the expenditures yourself a lot of companionvalueetoGoodyeartroubleanddelaysbytaking 27.25 t, '' C
music, If not synonymous, are at 'in the financial world of large sums of money In educating may and Pathfinder ti Low-
!east team-mates especially if "I understand colleges are worried people of the state in the necessity before priced.too.Forex-.
the music is jazz. Once Mr. Rolfe because so many promising of fires In an ounce of prevention "f'
was a millionaire for awhile,, doctors, engineers and lawyersare of the prevention you' start.This service is FREE.: ample,30 x3V4 tube 71 i''
Now he bids fair to be a million leaving college to become wooded areas. nt '"
sire for keeps-all because pf jazz band players but I want to of I ( ,.
jazz say that I think any young man For the first time In history /
the who has a yen for music can go country a woman has been electedto .-14.' 9iYI I
burin esnwth eoLasky, now into it without any fear of not: the Florida Railroad Commission I 1

one of the world's most noted being1 able to rise to the same and It took Florida to turn
Picture magnates, Mr. Rolfe heights in the financial world as the trick. The woman Is Mrs. Station
amassed fortune over his banker brother. Of course the of Montlcllo. and Service
a great this music is I Robert L. Eaton
night it all vanish in money in playing Supreme
only to have made by the fact that the music the Florida Railroad CommissionItself
a single deal. Luckily he
Itself is what the public want Is the authority for the 'V V
never neglected his old comet
Just what that something is that: statement that she Is the first wo-
which when he had plavedbefore
a boy don't know, nor do
wins people I hold a railroad commission -
the crowned heads of Europe man to
He decided now to adapt I know anyone who can analyze position In the United States. Florida n nC

modern rhythms to Ws Instrument it. 1 Fell Head Over Heel .. No.2 Starke
"Why New
and organized a jazz Sprints ,
/ In Love', should be the most popular ] ,
which Is of the most
today one of the building being erected to house
famous musical combinations in foxtrot year lean"I I ...
the explain, except that the automobile agency of N. Beatty on
has 'it'-in short personality
musicians IT
a boy it into a gold mine 9th street.
were musicians for art's sake, that tarns _





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: Mrs. O. J." who Is seriously \ the most delicate I School DlHlvlct No. 2 ami that the 1 1028. between, r nMcrllivd I '
: Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. and Mrs.A. Penney, leave a stain on 'issuance of bonds, an prayed for I I bv I I..i i ,,
; I Z. Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. III at the home of her parents, Mr. of wallpapers, hangings or fabrics. therein IH necessary. anil that sKId' flections.. at \\ hIfled
i* Lewis Mr. Joe Truby and Miss! and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. Spray upwards until all parts ot, petition fully compiles with the law, elvctoi,.'< u i Ii
I It Ic. therefore sldlnif Ui HII' ,nl( .1(
Mabel Waller. the room are filled with the finely nl :-Ot.V1! [): By thin. Boaid of 1'ub- vot <&eter",,,,,, ,
ei S Mrs. Jas. F. Purvis and daughter -'atomized spray. Within a few llr, I Institution In SpucliU' mvtlnir"ontlilB Puttlie tiiNtrn./. "Nty
the 2ili)( lny' of June, I i'2s that on' In-half, t
] I HAl'TIST S. H. riOMCHAT Miss Theltna of St. Petersburg minutes all the mosquitoes In the I It In. Hxp"II..nlLnd for the 'bt-nt In- )MlHtrlti, Xii. .' i ithe
KI.VUftl.KY: of, ivreHtn of said Special! Tax School ( Hum .'I' $_u,'
the week in
are spending will be dead regardless
I room ( ,
Ulstrlit No. 2 of Hiudfind, County, with reHolut. ,h.ii',, ,
Starke with Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. whether the windows and doors Florida that thin Hoard on beha by the Hc.iuil i .i ,M' | i
I j The annual picnic given by the Epperson. or closed. In addition to of Maid district do Issue and nail at Its kneeling h, ",
I open bond In tho amount of 20000.00 of June, 11128) Wi,
Baptist Sunday school was held being stainless, FLY-TOX Is fragrant for the purposes as stated In said being pul.iui" ,, ,'I i
I Phone 29 Thursday art ernoon at Strickland Mm. A. N. Pl'hllllps and little absolutely harmless to peo-. lid'I1M It Ion. IT above FUHT1II3H referred HKSOIVKD.That to. herewith; s.ild I Idenominations I.
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'Ii I-. ., landing at KlnRsloy lake.A daughter, Dorothy Patience. are pie but sure death to all household said bondn shall be In the denomination .1 dated August I KIterext .
d I' -- committee compo ed of Mesurs. visiting friends In Orlando.Mr. I < Insects. Every bottle guaran- / of ll.OUO.on that bonds at the ,itt .

----- .. --- F. I""ov..r.. Mrs. II II. Young, MIoH: I... O. Powell, }<'. M. Sander teed.. -Adv. with shall Interest bear datrf thorenn of August at the 1st rate 192S of August annum, 1st payabl.and ,r

. It. \ I*. U. hlOCIALA Viola Young: of Chicago: Mrs. C. son and C. A. Knight] made arrangements and .r.JI'II. Arthur nigdon and I fl per cent per annum, payable' on your, both prln.. ''I|
i the let day' of August and the 1st sold bonds to I h, ,
e. IIoppp and MMH! Jeanette Dur- for transportation to !Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Jacksonville OTirn'] FOIl I't'umLICtTIO (day of February of each year and I lice of the Ifn".,'\ ,
; most llghtful social wn< den of Tampa.JA1XISVIMK. the lake and later enjoying( a deHKhlmtil have recently been here at the bedside I such bonds to bucome due and pay- City of N..w,1., .
given last Friday evening at theWoman's Serial No. 020529D'partment / ail an. follows: Yurie; said bond- '
S swim In the lake a picnic -
of their sister, Mrs. O. J. Penney ( of the Interior. U. S. On Thousand Dollars on August lows:
Senlor.Inter- < : : MLTNILY
Club by the lunch was enjoyed. Mrs. J. MIlrownlee who Is very ill at* thq home Land onire. at Gainesville. Florida. Int lOa and Onr 'I'hoUMLnd.6110 I'" One Thousand ]I. ,
mediate n. Y. I' U., of the Firs H('IIOOI, 1'H'MCH 1TJIMsIjY and her committee had June 23. 1928. C on each of the. years 1W32 to 1950 1st. 1931 and On 'I I Ion
: : of her parents. Notlre. Is hereby driven thAt WI1llnm Inclusive.. The principal and Interestof August, 1.ML. <.r '
Baptist ..II u rclr.The :>i \ charge of refreshments, and Mrs. P. I'owelt. of Starke. Florida, nahi bonds, shall be ,payable the 1932 tj 19.50 In.'In, ,
tt large auditorium was very who on December 12,1925.! made office of the Hanover National Hunk "
of senior
of The Gainesville L. Q. Powell's class boys Misses Margaret Hill and Pearl Homextird J nlry. No. 02IOG20, for City of New, State of New York. A.rTrs'r: d'RI". ? '1
decorations Baptist Sunday
Its I ;
: acted as \life savers. Stacey, of Jacksonville\ are spending sii of NEW. Section 10 TownHhlp I'T IS FLJUT11KH HKSULVED That; of Pul"
a garden flowers! and througliou School held their aAnual outing About hundred attended thIs 1 0 S. flange 23 B. Tallahassee I ; ;,; Mer- an election. be and I the name In hereby (SEAL' ) nrartfmii, /
4y lake last afternoon a the week in Starke the guestsof lillBil has filed notice of Intentionto called. to ho held at school house II. H WIGGINS
and at Kingsley Thursday
contests )
k'i' the evening clever games pIcnIc. which was enjoyable In every Misses Pearl and Dora Manning. make Three-year proof to entabllHh within said District\ on the Hint I day _Secretary.
r were enjoyed by the guests at Strickland's landing. claim to the land above described of June 1928 to determine whether -
particular. of United said. bond. shall be lH ued as herein
The In before Register
Minn Insult Mae afternoon was spent a most
In content
I one S Those attending the state Christian State. Land Office/ at Gainesville. described and that at such electionthe -
J .A Bennett was given a prize for her delfghtful way and late In the afternoon :SlltS. K.: IIL'K.VS KXTKKTAI.NH: Florida, on the 10th"day of August MI"W be nubmltted I filial!
Endeavor convention In Jacksonville be "Kor, or "Airnln Honda."
4'' 4t skill a picnic lunch was enjoyed. today are: Mrs. Lambe 1928.claimant names. an witnesses. : IT IS FUHTIIER IlKSt! >tVKD.That Say it with Flowers!
I Several musical numbers were KIngsley lake Is fast becominga Mrs. I B.: Burns was hostess to Kreil Simseo of Starke. Florida.W. there be appointed and lenlgnated! I
also given during the eVenlng. Refreshments popular resort and Is a favorite the afternoon bridge< ; club Friday and son Billy\ S. R. Johns, Jr.. n. (Starr, of Starkv Florida. the following as manaKeril; J. am. Adkln8 I Flowers For
c Wesley Bryan and Misses( Kstelle Newton Strickland, of Starke J. V. Jones, J. K. Johnson, of All
r of Ice cream and cake with Gainesville residents. afternoon at her home on Lake r-'lorlda. said election, and A. A.. Purden RS ,
& iierve1.t S Kingsfey. and l Elizabeth: Kendrlck Beatrice A. H. Strickland, of Starka, Flor Clerk of snla election Occasions
4 ? was Pir.MC( I'HT1' Bullen and Carrie Uglow. ida. IT IS FtlltTIIKR! RESOLVED: AND
S Tables were arranged In the \living GEORGE C'. CROM: OHDKltni That tho foregoIng re..olutloiiH -
; 3 The business anprogram mooting KISI.IY; ; LAKH ; room where !shasta! daisies! and 6-29-5t-7-27 nesrister. be piibllnhed In .the Brad.foud .
of the Baptist W. M. U. which /i Watch paper for opening day of I County Telegraph, a paper. published Gertrude CodbeyAnderson
14j; ;j other garden fllowers were effectIvely :\(1lliIiB''I'la1; : \ITuniiJricfV"Notloe : .. In Starke; Bradford County
held afternoon A congenial party composed of the new T. & P. Store town
was to bo Monday up Florida being I no newspaper
arranged. Salted nuts were -- I dthte
: at. the church, was not held on account -I Mrs. O. 1). Ogletree Mrs. Harry next door to Hart Furniture Store.. In. hereby Klven thAt n npecltit :. Bald' Special. : TaxSchool
served tables the after- .
I on during; UlBtrlct No. 2 and
'.A publication -
Mrs. Karle Taylor Mrs. July 7th. New election la hereby railed and
? of hod weather. The regular Baker Store new goods, be for I the period of four con- -
noon. will be held' at the school house
/Dick Phllyaw Mrs. D. M. Boyd, new and better Hecutlve' Weeks, beginning on the
program outlined for Monday afternoon prices-self-ser: within the territory known And de- ; Phone
several 39
After of Waldo
211! til
games progressive day June 1928.
4 was given at the Mid-week Mrs. Ruth St. Johns. and Miss vice. s'rit.'d 1 an Special Tax School T>|Htrlrt -' ( L.. ,W. KICKLITKR pto
I bridge State
were scores Urndford
(, service Wednesday night at the Montlne Fagan; motored to Kings- played No.2. of County ATTKST: Chairman' Hoard of ..... .
E4 4' .. ; were totaled and prizes awarded. of Florida, on the Slut day of pnly Public Instruction of Bradford --- 'J ._.__
church after which a short buslnefs ley Lake Wednesday to enjoy the' Friends of Dr. W. K. Middleton 1128 between the. hours an )prexcrlbed <

4 t session was held. hospitality of Mrs. Hal C. Haley at I Mrs. O. L. UeiiHley holder of high will be glad to know befI 1 fast by nt law which In holding election general the qualified.elpctloiiH It. n. 'VVTGGINS County Florida. FOR MONUMENTS
; and Mrs. Joe Hoover holder of
: _____________ jlwr comfortable cottage for the recovering from an operation In cloftord who are freeholderH resIding Superintendent InstructIon of Bradford Hoard of Public
4 second were each given; a dainty In mild dlntrlc-t .shall )hy their vote County
day. At noon a delicious picnic Riverside hospital where has Florida' and ex cilllclo Secretary Markers
rimtcii ('lltCI.JoJ MIITH: : he determine whether the FJourd of I coping or ,
piece of lingerie./ The ho tess ,of .Bald Hoard. ml"hj'for ><
0 -- dinner was spread and later a been the past three weeks. His Public Instruct of Urni ford Poun-
J 7I4 served her guests with a tempting ty on behalf of Special( Tax SchoolPlKlrlct t'pun motion of Member May, seconded your cemeterv. I l.-,.
The Futch-Slatrunk collage on swim enjoyed.-Gainesville Sun, physicians think he will be able to No.2. .chat I leslie boml In by Member Surrency duly put
.(tine 20th. salnd course.Those return home In the Iii,' .mini of 20000.00 In nccordanco before the Hoard, all memberx present our designs and .
next ten days ir." '
Klngsley; lake was the scene recently '- enjoying; this affair were: with renolutlonn. pnHied and ailoptedby voting Aye and none Nay motion 'I(
of the .5 and "In a few days more will be was carried said motion l.elnK' buying.We .
of nn all-day meeting t IH. llimrd of Public! In..trlletlon at
Mark's torn VSOVH: 1':. K.vriuTAiv: Mesdames K.: M. Johns, O. L. Dean- tble to resume his practice.Mr. ItH meotlnir held on the 2tth( ilay of to the effect that I he :$;''''I'elal'y of
t Women's auxiliary of St. the Hoard be
: HISSI.nSI: ) IHMIHJi: I'AUTYMr. \Icy A. Z. Adklns J. C. Hoblnllon.O. Juno, 1A2B whl"<*h resolutions are being following notice directed to appear to cause In the the deliver and civ.. .
church.A picnic dinner consisting of L. Ifaynes, J. C. Hoover, N. and Mrs. (I. N. Denning and \ piibllHheil; mild !...nls KlmiiltaneoiiHly to he In the denomination herewith pulillHhed.Bradford\ County In Starke.Telegraph llradfoid: a paper Work.
4u ; SernbergV.. M. Walnwrlght L. of 1.1100,011., to be dated AUK- county ,
chicken pilau, baked ham and other and Mrs.' J. C. Uobinson entertained Ayoung son: of Winter Park, and flat I. 1928. to bear Interest at the Florida! ; said notice to appear/ fora
I D. C. Jones MIIIHes'lahl'l'Velel'
Wyinan period of four coiiB"cutlweokB) ,
foods, was served at 1 o'clock, their club Thursday at \ and Jeanette Durden. Hi1. Dennlng's sister Mrs. A. F. .riLte Hpnil-nnuully of fl per cent on per AuKimt annum lot, pnynlilo andI'Vltrimry first. notice being published In the I Is- THE GAINES}"1LLE\\

; after which the last regular busf- heir home on Klngpley lake which Douglass of Chattahoochee, are let \ f each year, both Hue of June 29th.! 1028.
$u,1 made attractive with bowls -- -5- guests at the home principal, and Iii tereat of sit I ld bonds Notice of Mnerlnl I rlpctlon:
vas of Mrs. T. S.
ness meeting until\ October was :\IISS111'111':1.1.: : IIOHTiSM; to he pnvable. at the olllce of the Nottve" Is hereby Klven that a special MEMORIAL CO.

called to order by tho president t and vases of !spring! flowers. "'U roi.i.ix.: HilIS !tewke! on South Walnut street. I ll.inovfr) _Niitlonnl Hunk 1 .In the_.City \ulll election Ka l.all U n. hereby.UA ?*,called.....I t-n and__

Mrs. O. L. Hensley. Many reports 1 The guests came out in the at- 1r. and Mrs. Denning will be ac- I or Huld New bonds rone to ,matureTis state of follows New ,YorK: : I wiihllth',1lu rr. tor'Y.k'.o lluul and I1UU9I3(10serlhed Box 232Gainesville

of work accomplished were read. ternoon and first enjoyed a swim Miss Lucile Mitchell a student ompanled home by Mrs. Hewke One. Thousand Hollars on August No.as Special; Tax School Distrlct -I I
2 of
Mrs. W. 1<1. Butler, delegate to the t hen at dunk dinner was served, of Southern College Lakeland entertained and Mrs. Douglass who will enjoy 11(31' ,( of and the' One yearn Thousand 1932 to nllnrs 1950 In-on I of Florida< on Hradford the 31st county day vt) June State Fla

tt 38th nun nl corporate communion The remainder( of the evening,WaR I r pent In pluylng auction bridge. I*. \V. KICKT.ITKR.
i nt Tallahassee made a report at the Kingsley lake cottage I ATTEST: Chairman of the Hoard
Severn! committees were appointed After several lively pro rellslonll. of her parents Mr. and 1\lrs..r. M. Plant City Six-Inch water of Public Instruction of Hrnd-

by the chair. and It was prizes were awarded. Mr. C. A. Mitchell\ complimenting\ the following main and 2 fire plugs installed on I (n.HKAI M. WIGGINS) ford County. Florida. GAS LANTERNS AND LAMPS

; 1, decided to give rainy-day bugs to Knight holder of high for men. eight college\ girls who are Lemon street. _Clerh (l-21-rt-7-27.
given knife. Miss Mabel Wel- .
each member for summer contrlbu was a
home for their vacations Misses '
ler holder of high for ladles was
tlons. Elise: I Jones Kllzabeth Kendrlck\ : Weather. Record for Week end- SUPPLIES
Late In the afternoon a swim given a card" table cover. Mr. K At the Special meeting of the '
( jt.tu Isabel Fernandez, Hazel Middle- hug; June 27, 1928 Southern Forest -
Hoard of Public Instruction of DrAd-
number of the M. Johns was consoled with a nov-
was enjoyed by a
ton Florence Andrews, Virginia Experiment Station Starke ford (County Florida which meeting
guests. elty brush and Mrs. (O. K. Lewis 'Weeks Blanche Alderman, and Branch. wan held' on the 26th day of June

4k Those partaking of thd) pleasures was given a vanity as consolation. Kriincls\ Darby. !' Date Max. Mln. Preclp. meeting lt2N! there U belnar W. Klckliter present, If. at 1) May Much ,I DeWitt C. Jones

of the day were: Mrs. O. L. Ileas- Palmetto talus In Hhupe of spades: Daisies and sunflowers combined June 20 98: 21 \ .00 and A. n. Currency, members am

: ley. Mrs. W. K.<: Butler Mrs. (I. M. hearts diamonds and. clubs were with moss and magnolia June 21 94 73 .36 Hoard U. P. WlRtrlns the following secretary among of other saId

Slslrunk, Mrs. J. I-.. Frazee Mrs. used as favors. leaves formed the decorations f<|rOils June 22 93 68 .00 proceedings. were had to-wit:

H. 3. Davis Mrs. 1'd\\'ln'801lIhel'8: Those enjoying the hospitality lovely affair which was thoroughly June 23 91) i 67' .00 Member and upon May presented motion of a Member resolution ,- ..._-_._,-,---- -_.__._-------,-,
\ Mrs. C. A. Futch Mrs. C. II of Mr. and Mrs. Hoblnson! were: ; enjoyed by all present. June 21 88 68 .87 rreuu'y' xeconded by Member Mixvrosolutlon .
Marks, Mrs. K. A. Towlo, Mrs. O. Mr. unit Mrs. N.t.\ Johns Mr. and June 25 85 68 was put before the lluan I
-.- -- .Boxes._....__of_...stalonerywere.... .. L. U" given H' __theiiuiiijieu .Turin. !?ft fi? RA, on and n X'AV.members resolution. .. votlnff wnM Aye nrir\tifkl amnnnA ,, i 1\ /I /...\,.:1/..k.***... .1 lft'Si 4.__...... D.-.... ..: ..,...... I
H mm LU ivimg uaruy a -June;;- -27- ::.: .0", said, ;( resolution. ; --t being Inv, rds' and j lv uuta.1.11V: .[uLUls eModern
bride-elect of next month, the hos- I G7 I figures, as follows: I
I tens presented fancy tea I Whereas, At a meeting of this II
( a
apron. Tlourd I
held the 26th of
on dAY June
WE OFFER THIS WEEK THE': FOLLOWING MONEYSAVING ; Those enjoying the hospitality Total rainfall 3.26 inches 1 102K there was presented a petition

.r : SPECIALS : of Miss Mitchell besides tho hon-\ time xlfriied qualified by morn electors than. 25 who per are cent free of MethodsModern I

oree's were: Misses Mary\ Cnnovn holders, residing within the territory

\ ( 'I 2 qut. Ice Cream Freezer, wood tub __________ $3.G.i Harriet Hitch. Elizabeth Andrews. T A % Tax known School and designated LIsIt'Ict:t No. no 2 of Special Ilrad

I 4. r2 qt. Metal Freezers _._ __ __ _.______________ $ 98c Ttosa Ruth Leviton Sternberg and Hazel Mrs. J.Klckliter Maurice CENT WORD Hoard ford. County I to call Florida an election praying to det..rIIIIn8 thIs- motors are protected against dust!; dirt

t i Mosquito Nets, complete __________________ $3.";> i I'd: warlls. COLMUN Khali iKsue whether. bonds said'In the school sum District of .$20. (abrasives) by air cleaners, oil purifers and ga-llIw: .

.; t Folding Card Tables _____________________ $2.50 i iI S 00000 biilldlnir) for, enlai-Rlrir.the purpose furnishing of 1 acquiring::: or, filters, hence do not allow the use of grinding compound

I Cane Seat Cottage Chairs ___________________ $1.25 i if. \'osn.ISUS ('h'Li.iift.vris : ':. FOR RENT-Furnished cottagesat otherwise school grounds Improving within building said district'or (a most violent abrasive) on the valves, the heart of
: :
IIIICTIIDAVLlttle Klngsley lake week-ends
or ,
for the .
I exclusive' use of I the free
r Cane Seat Porch Rockers $3.00 hy the M"honlln said your motor.
1 -------------------- week. J. F. Klckliter district and this board

,. 4 t'' f. 25 ft. ardcn Hose __ ____ _________._________ $1.98 Miss Vonda Intnnn, daughter Starke. 6-15-tf. having the duly facts. considered stated therein said and petitionand hayIng The
of !Mr. and Mrs. Cl. M. Inninn determined that .said petition IsslgnVil "KWIK-WAY" system is the only known methodof

; j None charged at these prices entertained Saturday afternoon FOR SALE-1925) Reo 1 1-4 ton the uuallflvd/ by more electors than 25 who per are cent free-of satisfactory valve correction. It costs .you nothing

I il 1 from three-thirty to six o'clock at truck, closed body run less hqlders residing In sal.) SpecInl'rx' to find out-Drive in.GENERAL. -

tho homo of her parents (the occasion than 10,000 miles good rubber -
e q ,
: Ii CO. ::1 being her tenth birthday A-l condition; cheap for quick
j anniversary. sale. Phone 4, River Market 0tc <

Sunflowers, zinnias and nasturtiums Green Cove Springs 6-22-tf. Church <
:1I combined with feather bamboo *
were used to .decorate the SELL OH EXCHANGE<'lveacretract
I rooms which opened ensulte. A In Nashville da., In the .. .. .. .. 0 .. .' .. .. e At North City Limits-Hall and Roller Bearings for all

large birthday cake with ten can- city limits for house and some n \ Cars.HAROLD

dies formed the center of the dinIng acreage outside the city limitsof .

fL I ; table. Starke or small town In good -- I

Interesting! games were played location in Bradford county Fla. Sunday school at 10 a. m. _._on ... _._/ _._'_0_' _._.____, I _._._ H_
Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
during the afternoon which was Write or apply-Mrs. 1 Hattie M.
Communion at 11
a. m. Sunday
LET THIS BANK I followed by a Charleston contestIn Hancock, 8320 N. Edison St., 1 next. '"'._llIIlIlIIn lIulllulll""ullllll/lnlllnlNl/llIll/.IIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIUII' / / / / III/IIIIIII/IIIIIIIIII/I/I/III/III..IIIII/IUIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ / /// / / III/III/IIIIIIIII/I/IIIIIIII/I/ill"/ / // // ', .. .J 1

I whIch Bessie Varnes won first Sulphur Springs Station Tampa,
n. Y. P. U. at. 7:15: each Sunday
prize: and the second prize goingto Fla. ,__ .8-29-2t) I evening. C.. WALLINSURANCE I

: jjj I I i Julienne Cassett. FOR RENT-1 neat clean apart. Mid-week servk-e Wednesday at I
_ Many lovely gifts. Were presented 8 p. in.Pastor.
ment with front porch for re-

44.t: HELP YOU the little hoHtess as mementosof liable party. Apply Amy Moore, Itaymond will preach at
this occasion.A .
Pine Level Saturday morning at
j care T. &" P. Store. 6-29-lt STARKE: FLORIDA
8 fruit salad course was served 11 a. m. and also on Sunday at

the guests by Mrs. In num. FOR SALE Well established 3 p. m. I I1 Represents the nest Lending Insurance CompaniesFIRE

ME I Those invited to this affair I good: paying grocery business. .- LIABILITY
S were: Vera Claire Robinson. Mar- Ideal location; stock Invoice :MKTHODIhT:

'. t'4 tile Hemingway Mary Wiggins around 1000.00; must !sell! at ADJUSTMENTS: :MADE PROMPTLY: J jstntusuuIutusssrnutegIlruminmIninIsrnmmlIItuutuImnmIusImuI

Virginia Alvarez, Dosslo Varnes, I Ft'rst with 600.00 (Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor.) _I
once. person ..... "" / ? / !!!!!!!!! "': / /flhuIImiIIluuIMIflflIIIIIIIIIII1 / !!' :
: No matter whether you operate a store, Mary Urownlee, Mildred Thigpen cash gets a bargain of their life Sunday school Sunday morningat -

_ Lillian\ Sternberg, Lillian and MarJorie MIss-H.\ E.: :!Moore Starke, Fla.. 6. 10:00: o'clock L. A. Davis, supt.

Stump Louise Marcotte. 2-lt.! Worship Sunday at 11:00: a. m.

c : Factory, Farm or work for others-con- Frances Lee Peek Clarice Gill h_ __ and 8:00: p. m. The morning subject ; _-. _.,_ -J _-.. ----; ..- -' -

Martha Powell Margaret Flnclier will be "The New Patriotism"
In a few minutes' time the en. r
Elaine: Wynn Julienne Gassett (Independence Day Sunday) followed -
sult your banker about any matter of finance tiro home'can be freed of mosqui 1
Carolyn and Dorothy White, and with the Sacrament of our '
toes. With FLY-
an Improved
- 1\Ilss'Rofla Levlton and Messrs. J. Lord's Supper, and that for the
TOX hand Sprayer FLY. Have Dint!
I that puzzles you. M. Mitchell and F. F. Stump. TOX spray evening hour will be "The TragedY a
. c" .. directly toward the coiling of the Almost."
also on the draperies, in the closets

Drop in to see us. We will be glad to do and on the screens. It will\ not Junior 6:15: o'clock League Sunday Miss Fredrick eveningat [ : _

LOCAL.PEJV1TJVG Struth. supt.

!$ our very best for you. TRAIN SCHEDULEOur Senior League Sunday eveningat
schedule changes 12.01 a. 7:15: o'clock.

: m. Sunday. April 15th. 1928 and Mid-week devotion Wednesday ST. AUGUSTINE

-.1; Qk trains will run as follows: evening at 8:00: o'clockl'REi4llYTl'fll.tN.
Dr. Furnish of Jacksonville, was No.1. southbound local due.
the home of Mr. and '
visitor at
a Starke, 11.18 p. m. : : BEACH

_ ci t Mrs. J. J. Klgdoii Sunday.Mr. No. 11, southbound local due >,,*, T

SStarke, 10:53: a. m. The faithful superintendent .' '<*,,*!.,.ss-... x .
and Mrs. John Uglow and No. 107. southbound limited due missed last of
BANK you Sunday, some .
4 4 OF STARKE N. n. Hull 'were attending to bust Starke 1.20 p. m. ; ".

__; ;; V flees In Melrose Tuesday. No. 2 Northbound local due you.The theme for sermon next Sun- i : BRIDGE_ TOLLS .

Starke 6.35 a. m. day will be the "Final World Em

__ 'Ti M 4 A ROLL OF HONOR BANK Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent No. 12 northbound local due pire." h 4.t--.'. ,It !
: ,% '.7c..JJ..14. ..%nl.U! ?If"'I-'* t.. in,, ..(ru i Lakeland the first of and the Miami.Dr. week. visiting In No.Starke 108 3:34 northbound: p. m. lImIted. due All Holy members Sacrament. : I1T 1WT: \ okc!:

; E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis expected.-'every.
; Cashier Starke 5:44: p. m.Wannee body welcome.
T. O. Gijnter of West Palm BranchNo. Christian Endeavor at 7:15. BY BUYING PUNCH TICKETS-TOLD. FOR CAB

_ Beach, spent "short while In 101 leaves Starke 8:30 a. Evening service at 8:00: to 8":45. AND Ie
Starke Tuesday morning. m. Public devotion. Twenty minute -

No. 102 arrives Starke 2:10 p. sermon "A Walk With Jesus."
Mr. and Mrs. J, F. RIvers. of m. Welcome to all. .
I=.____ s e- _
Jac the
1ft ------.w----------- onvllle. were guesta o( T. J. GRIFFIN Agent B.T. Watson. -

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I1UI8::: KKAPFOim COCNTY TEl.nfiKAI'lI. ST.VUKK1.onH A -- '..I'jlH
II "
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,,, lliul.' 11 H JiIII.-- .kl*! :Miss Lillian Barefoot of Saned., but it is one of the larger varietlen ]1 :;
a ;lei-Hon la spending the week IiSiurke and grows well in Bradford I
\01 The 'hn<<-
county soil. 1It'1'1'RS pun
--- -
II at the home of her uncle ed tram J. 10". Klcklller. local 1 I uh-r-

Bits of 'uid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. M, chant. SPECIALS

-, Hurefoot.Closing. I. Friday Saturday
.. Ii I O. A. Price ot Ocala wan a \1 Ul-
T,. r" uili'I. ?I' out JIlt',Stills ot Strrn- tor to Starke last Wednesday\ .

'/'Af.'f 2A: :.j J. 4S, bI'g's. \ t'S, *'
.,,,, f'\'l' W. H.[ GrUun of Jacksonville,
1_ I Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Peeler Of ,was visitor to Starke Saturday.Miss I I __ '"u ______. _______. _u --' -- --_ --- _. -- H n i
Our People, Business and
lacksonvllle, spent Sunday
Concerning of the County and Town. :5tarka with )Ir..and Mrs. J. W. \ Maude Mitchell nppiullng 11V cn/i Warmly' recommend the items and prices offered in; the advertisement. / ''i1 i

Progress rtorgan Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. a while with friends In JackMttn-' I \HOe invite you lo visit the J-(' Store today./ "

II'.J I I Peeler are sisters. villa I -r
.- -'--- -- Mr.\ and Mrs Cyrus Sistrunk of J. H. Lawrence of KeyxtnnelelKlHs ': 10 Pounds SUGAR 64c
a visitor tilifll" Mr.\ and Mrs. C. 0. and
was Latham acksonville spent the week-end ; was business!! visitor: to I __ ___ ____ _n ____________ __ ___. -- ---
'sal' )"r'Jay- little daughter, Lorene, spent Krl- with Mr. and Mrs\ O. M. Sistrunk Starke Tuesday afternoon. Sunset ColdBUTTER full Cream ''ViscmrsillCOFFEE" i
day and Saturday In Jacksonville I
.ml Mrs. and Mrs. Q. A. Futch at '
;ran' < tr., ,,nt. of Lawtey wa with frIends. heir collage at Kingsley lake Mrs\ JunIus Smith of 'Val
',. ., KI-, Saturday. was a visitor to Starke Tuesday af- CHEESE ;
Misses Fera Sutherland) and Mrs.\ Alice U. Thomas of Jack- ternoon. I ,;
sada; N 'nmo of Hampton' Mary Etta Martin of Gainesville, onvllle was a week-end guest of o PerPound48c I I '
''starke Saturday were week-end guests of Mrs\ A Jr., of Waldo, .4. ,
,hVPP"I'- tate's Attorney and Mrs II. V. Nolan Canova Pound 32e ;
Adklni N. Phillips.Mr. knight; leaving Monday for her was visiting friends In Slarke Mou- Per Pound 45cPICKLES Best lank' (lIaUIII Per :
A, Z. .. ..
1-1 .,1 urn ome In Wilmington Delaware. lay. t
," 11 clay In Jackson and Mrs. G. W. Andrews --r .- fJibblls liosedale + 'f
and sons, Reddish and Guy, of Hugh Brownlee. Jr.. a recent Mrs. C. F. Sayles of Miami, is White Bacon '. '
n New RIver, spent Saturday afternoon raduate of the Alabama PolytechnIc enjoying a visit here with her Medium Red Salmon a
tire, (II' n.nn, of Flftone, was In Starke.Congressman. College, In electrical engIneerIng nother, Mrs. C. L. Peek. I! Quart Jars :'
during the week Small Can Lie 'I"" .
|to, v ,,iki, left Thursday for Atlanta Sour 27c Per Pound 16c ,
n. A. Green of Ga., where) he has employment. Cullen Stevens of WUlUton, has Sweet lIe Large Can 23c : ; ,
Starke was In Lake Butler Sun- aken over the management; of the .
-- ----
B"h, '' .,u) Lake Butler, was day visiting relatives-Union Mrs. Leroy Roane of New Or- Gaiety Theatre here I Del Monte California Mission '' ;* '
..Ine, ,"tlllllr lo' Starke Satur County Times! leans. Is enjoying a visit here wither ; No. 2 Can Slokleu'sSweet a't' m,
Vance \Vinters and .
sister Mrs\ A. Z. Adkins'andith Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs O. J. Grim! ,. and her mother, Mrs.\ M. E. Edwards ('hlldfen, of Jacksonville, were ) Fruit Salad >
ll I 1.---, l1l-Williams: of Lake< Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Knighton. mo- of Lawtey.Mr. lore to Starke Tuesday ( VIII-I I PEACHES Corn. :!

pr, wa-- > prominent visitor tc tored to Starke, Sunday.-Union Mrs._L. K. Moueley", anti children, 1 N o.1 1 can 22c Sliced or IulresNo.212
I.t satin.day County Times. and Mrs\ W. B. Mundy, Jr., shopping \ j
Farm were 1
Mrs. Grace Trayn- of the State 2for25c f "i ;
and their guest afternoon.I.
of the State Mrs. and In Starke Tuesday j 38c No. 21-2 20c
Luck and II. W. Veach
,, K\; ii Mr. ham and little son, are ocCUpy- It 1 can can
mopping In Stark little daughter, Etholin of Lees- ,
collage at Klngsley -
1, ttn. ing the Hayes : V. Stone of Sanderson was a --- -- ---- --- "
lja) mn ning.H burg, were visitors to Starke last lake for a two weeks stay. business visitor to Starke Tuesday |I Van Caniff's WALDORF Iceberg t9, f l

I -- >-Hover--, of-Miami, hated Friday afternoon. Miss Ethel Moore, who has been afternoon._ ;I'j' I Pork and Beans Toilet Paper4Rolls21c LETTUCE '

? .1, VIHII with Mr. and Gary Ennis and Miss Elizabeth attending summer school at Tallahassee Mrs. O. W. Roberts and little' I : :
Ilo"ver.rI'rancls, Burgess of St. Augustine! were in Monday onaccount I
r came home last shop :
town Sunday afternoon visitingMr. of Illness, and will be un- daughter, of Lawtey, wore morningMr. 1 3 25c Head 12c '
In Starko: Tuesday large cans Per
\ Maguire of and Mrs. J. W. Morgan.Mr. able to finish the term of school. ping
week-end Irk ..
+ the
"''II"," 'ii" mends in and Mrs. Harvey Long, of Mrs.\ James Shepard and( two and Mrs.\ Horace S. Wilson were = :- '
I of Gnlnesvllle ?
of the.[ and (children I Ivlt.tlors Ibs. 25c
the first
Jacksonville, spent daughters, Lena Belle and Cleo to Starke Tuesday after- '. BEST GRADE :: COMPOUND -
Gainesville, hat I
l-j \1< .in of week In Starke with her parents who have spent the past month I ,
I enn-'itiK a visit here with heiIr Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards with relatives in Akron. Ohio, returned 10011. I '--

Mi, I I U. Sapp. I their home here Tues- J 11. ': c
to and

"s i 'niella. Long and daugh- daughter Mrs. W. it Freddie!.. WImberly, of and Baldwin little, day Hitch moved Judge;with out A.to Z.their their Adklns summer families homes have y'I I i Del 3 :Huff 121-2c Post t T oas t.les 3 p k s. 25c //j1; t a

Lo,- spent, last week visitingi were week-end guests of her parents Mr.\ and Mrs. II. T. Crosby and lake. I i SPINACH 25c ;; ,
at : Canst
lacksonville.ut Mrs. A, II. Green.
I i u Mr. and children who have been visiting ,

| > roper\ for opening day of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Latham and relatives visitors in the to Starke Brooker Friday section afternoon Mesdames Bynum Perkins Whitehead K B. (' No. Grade ', '
were Eunice f'
AT P. Store up town Mrs. E. J. Dowling attended) the their home In Wells and Miss 'A
De" enroute to visitors\ to Starke.tomlay. : \ ; '
wen per
}ta, sw. Bart( Store Furniture new goods Store.: ., tFoster funeral at ot St.General Augustine J. Clifford Thursday.Do 1 1)%.. Vauchula.- of.. Lawley. f'I Celery Bunch 17c', t" '

'ii-iicr prices-aelt-ser- SherwIn Williams Paints I and two small
E. W. Hayes
fwt hurt? Go to Stern'berg's of the World." Ask any Assorted FlavoritJELLO '
jour "Standard Miss Emma; Strlck- < yl t
children, and Canada IJJ'lI
for relief paInter which paint he likes best. in Gainesvillewith TriangleSAL1 r
}'r .d. \Irs. W T. Holzendorf It's a safe bet he will Bay SWP. and, spent Friday '
I liuk.> were visiting 'relatives Mrs. L.V.. Strickland and two Jones Lumber & Supply Co. friends. Ale tK?

tarn I' Saturday l afternoon children, Wildwood), are spend- 1 and! |
Gainesville Sun earned the latter -
with her Saturday's Mrs. Robert 1'IcWlnlett: J't i'i
the week In Slarke Pou'rlerI *j
ing Ice Cream
of the marriage Covlng-
announcement week for !:
the last
Canova of Jack- Mrs. J. C. Man- part of
Allan and
out Mr.
|-v7 ill wi-re week-end guests of parents ; of John B. Shaw and Miss ton, Ky., where: she will be the 2 bottles 35c Y
m, In that citY
children which took place)
I,, Mrs. L S. Ilutto and I 41
and her guest Mrs. Laura Cren- last Friday. n.V.. Kelly, o.; W. Andrews, FINOL'l'l ,u r
|!iff Laura I O. Crenshaw, ofmat shaw spent last: Friday in Jack- H. J. Glover und It. J. Turner of'Jew I :
,pent last week In Starkei ponvlllo with Mr.. and Mrs A, II. Mrs. Jessie' n. Cook and son, niver, were altendlug to i Desirous Plies, iMosQuitocs Mason Fruit Del/ Monte '
;I > Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hail) Arthur, of Lake Worth, who haven business in Starko Tuesday other I' I itifl n
anfl .1\Ir.._._. and

t'o -- Mr. and Mrs. J. Larnbe and need r r.: H.recent Lou),guesis-oi huvelgone mr.to Toledo'n Misses Isabel and Alice-Fernan- !I! Insects JARSPints I %

M I Muti and O. W. Barry of daughter Miss Audrey, Mrs. B S. 3hlo, where they will upend the ez, John Powell and Wesley | EGG PLUMS

[Br I.section, were transact- John Victor and Joe Lamlio. have) :emalnder of the summer. f tearnw, spent Tuesday' afternoon I 1 1-2 pint 30c
in' "HI In Starke Monday been recent visitors to Jackson- I Jacksonville. i { : 90c "
r n d .
and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., oz. I .
I In'r"' Mr.
ville. per .
j Pmt
Sunday j
--- motored to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Plckerlll j No. 2 can 20c Ir r''I + ott
MMMention) and O. C. Gamin Joe Lambe, who has been spending ,where they met Mr. Mtindy's sister, lave as theIr guest, Mrs Picker-; J ; Ii .
+, State Farm, spent Sun- the last two mouths here with Mrs. Grace Traynham and little 11'n mother Mrs M. B. Coachman I 80c Qls. doz. $1 ,
Quart per
S. C, who will i" e
u)noon" In Starke with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lambe son, of Greenville )if Tarpon Springs I ._ --.-..- Ip ,; w o
with them. ---
nd'II. for Montreal spend sometime -- -
left last Tuesday I Irlando
and Mrs N. S. Jensen, oft I Sack 35c
Canada. Mr. 6 !Ih.
, .. I I' mine, Marshburn of Mar- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Slllh and ) have recently moved to I j. 4A 1
,. with her ]I. Lang and Chan Jr., and Bobby, the nine \I', t ,
un "njoylng a visit Mr. and Mrs. M. two sons 5tarke and liar taken PillSBURY FLOUR 'g,
Ndpun-nts." Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Alvarez and left Thursday for Louisville, Ky.), [Jell Lunch In charge. 11 I I2iksack69c ; .
':erman children of Jacksonville, were where they, will spend severa
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. I months, Mr. Stith being; a studeiv Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kampley of li| (I

Nm Mitchell of Lakaland Is en- V. Moore. at the Baptist Seminary there. 11111 B visit here with his uncle I I Starke with Mrs. Uampley's AND 1'ASTRY
J..1! aunt Mr. and Mrs.\ J. M.\ Col. E. M. Johns of Starke and \ Mrs Leonard and...several ('hllI]mother, Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrick. FOR /1IEMJ1S CUlT ,
Butler, Baptist home In \ --
Ili-hell Mr. Hal) Y. Manes of Lake dren from --
Saturdayon who are enjoying an Griffin of
motored to Tallahassee Jacksonville Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene; 1 II III +
|Mrs A. C. Strickland of Lake business matters Union Coun- \ outing at Keystone Heights, attended Jacksonville spent Tuesday In t tti
filer was a visitor to Starke last ty Times. services at the Baptist Starke with their aunt. Mrs. O. J. I IOrlmn. l
dal) m the Interest of the Wood I church here Sunday morning .
I -"Irl'le I
I Judge A. Z. Adklns left Saturday H. A. Weeks and family of
for Houston, Texas where he spending several
I with Fred P. Cone of Lake City, weeks Brooker at, the are Weeks' cottage at..
\ Second Congressional -
will represent the Klngsley lake.
) District at the National )

I'I' Democratic Convention held In Watch paper for opening day of

I that city. the New T. & P. Store up town .-.... ,
V Furniture Store i Ir _"'- - - '
I i door to Hart .

I daughter Little Miss of Mrs Eugenia Grace Murrhee L. Mur-, July next 7th. New Store prices, new---self-ser goods, ,I and 1\11"---: w- -Laurie I'M; H r, McDowell---- -- and lr K; f Mrs. Cox of Tampa, :;;:week' f'I If'', ,' o
and better \ I'
I Smyrna, has been new of Jacksonville. upeni rod guest of !Mrs: i K: K Perryman.
of New fenwrlght
rhee vice. I wards of Dacksonvllle'!, were week
1e ill here at the home of hergrandmoUiwr Starke They won" at( MM Cox who will be reineinboreilhero 't 1 I''
\ very end guettt of Mrs Edwurda': par Sunday In lt r v
G Mur\
Anna 'i.
/ Mrs. Peek of Jacksonville the city by OH MIMI Khiu: > Schneider once I
MlB buck to
Struth corn pahlel/ J j',
U somewhat Mr. and Mrs \V.
Writing Starke until,
this In I
rhee, but at } the week' IIradrhrll High
In. spending children\ who taught In the
I Mrs. McDowell( and f
home by
Improved. sister-in-law; Mrs C. L. They were accompanied :I:
J with her with her School\. and her many friends in .' :
r the
&. K, Perry have spent past
e and nIece Mrs. Miss Kate Struth who Is spcndltiK! I.I.
Peek I.-
who hat: beenenjoying Hturke gladly welcomed her vlhlt. I.I;
Miss Jennie Hull\ their guest. parents, Mr and Mrs. John Uglow ,
with her un- man. this an __
visit here t
a. I.
.. tt
Andrews -- -- -
and Mrs. and -- --- d
and aunt. Postmaster -
Mr. and !Mrs. -
1 Hull, has gone to Mt. Dora Gertrude of \
N. B. daughter .
little ( '
for a short visit with relatives be- Charleston, S. C., are visiting/ Mi. STARK FOLKS Jill /. E. CorpeningSRADSTREETS 411t.oAUGtnER.

for Your Own IndependenceKing foro leaving for her home In El- and... Mn. A. F. Murrhee, eut of i ii

own financial ; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Johns, William (I. Strut i AND t4Eit /THE 8ANK>MOTHER HE'S GOT / B ROW TODAY LIFEIS 1 i' ''
Bell onyour YOU $ ./0,000,000 J '
the Liberty ANy7NwC
congratulations FAST
.of Baldwin are receiving of Jacksonville, arrived fMtl.LI0NAIRE FADING
troubles by laying aside a regular amount upon the arrival of a son, and Thursday for a weeks vial NU58ANO ARE NEED ? THE DOCTORSASS d i

of week. That is the only Monday, June 18th. Mrs Johns with Mr. Struth'H parents Mr. and vtylTtNG u5 HE'S A\IJAY, A SIGN Of fD15EA5t's

your- income every and will be remembered here as Miss .Mrs. W. H. Struth. ,.< GOT HEART tfOGP HEALTH-
way that you can make sure of your future i Thelma Brlnson, sister.of Mrs. J. i

that comes : E. Corpening. The many friends of Owen Grit 'N S
avoid: the feeling of dependence fin who underwent an operatic !L f q (JRi'EH')
earnestly solicit A. II. Green. De- will be '!;
with unprovided old age. _We Mr. and Saturday for appendicitis -X oRUG
Mrs. W. M. Wim- he is rapIdly -
for lUtch Green to learn
new ts. One dollar is little daughter Freddie, his home on .
savings accou// berly and recovering; at r L ,''r
I /s ,
road where t
In Lake City '
the first deposit, al 4 will start you on the spent they vlslated Sunday Lloyd Qreen, who un- Walnut street. '
to thrift. > ..&.11.., .. derwent an operation Friday at the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and When you put your foot into this store, you;lI, be ,,, t 1
'J there. wh
", Government hospital daughter Mrs. C. C. lloppe Store
.... her Corpening'a Drug
visit complete
enjoying/ a assortment of
ADOUNTY BANKBradford ''I Joe: ;;brought to the Telegraph I with have Mr.been and Mrs. O. L. Beasle pleasingly struck at the ",

office Saturday a large sunflower to their homes It beauty"supplies Service 'Store"ry.
i which was grown on big have returned standard drugs, health and we car "The
Tampa.F. i

AZto Financial StrongholdLORIDA I farm this sunflower near Starke.could The not be name learn-of A. Scott U spending. the wee} .The politeness of our'salesmen will impress you Starke, Fla. II '

/ with his Bond an

Mrs. J. R. Jaynes, of Texas. lethe 'in daughter-In-law DeLand Mr. an*' Mrs. W favorably-as well will our moderate prices.

\ guest of Mr. and Mrs O. M. A. Scott. Before returning he wll .
Inman for several days. alwrvlult his daughter Mrs. Stanley
i C. Carnell In Ormond. : i;

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And Decide

Farmers & Farming Ii I I To Attend Farmers And COVER CROP

;.: (\JI'II'"U4Iral Keillor) I I Fruit Growers' ,
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SOIL .\>.t LYSIS NOT14U1"IICIFNT ;. ''';'t ;: .. .\ :. ',' V .
I. Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles I Mary and I were talking the other : : TO snow ..1''t: '. .'". J" ./' '. '
t day nbout whethoi or not we '"" 11, :'. I" t
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found )"lmTI.IZEnS .;J.JJm .;" ,' ," '. 'JJIt.. .
)Farmers' and Fruit ' ,
should go to f'v IIiI'I .
,:' .' To lie Best Suited to Our Country I Groweri Week at the University "'\'" .: .,,,", .:..;',.... .w''; ::!" I'
Gainesville. Fla.-There Is a /"It.
this year. Of course there wasn'tmuch '
--.-.------- V argument against going, but I rather widespread belief that 'a '. -
-. .. .._ __ _.!!J chemical analysis Is the only step
we just talked( It over from different -
angles and then derided unan- necessary to determine the correct -
IMPORTANT POULTRY fertilizer to use on a'Bo II or :
imously to do whatever she wantsto
the crops to which it is best suited -
I This belief Is far from correct -
PROGRAM ARRANGED I flggtr that !Mary and I need a ;
week's vacation away from the according to R.V.. II uplecht -
chemist of the Florida Experiment :: -

1 1 FOR FARMERS' WEEK been place working this summer pretty anyhow.hard, both We've of Station. I

Almost every day Dr. Ruprecht
us, all along, not taking
--- receives/ samples of soil with requests -
'Tr1 believe woulddo
time <-ff. And BO I It
ISSJo'T; KMMIIS: :; ; or for a chemical analysis
Gainesville, Fla A poultry program us good to get out Into some
BEES: : rovruoi.u.o: nv Station Is to
The glad
Experiment I
which should prove IntcreMt- thing else and( get our minds off
.'1'iioiM'ii: ; .\\.UJKMINTGainesville' : : render this service to Florida farmers ,
ing and helpful to all who attend our work on the place.
,. I I V V It In being planned tor Farmers' Last year I learned a whole lot when there is an Indication
!, Fla.-Bees have Insect that some real service Is being
&tid Fruit Growers' Week by N. R. about farm crops, livestock, dl-
; ,Jlehrliof. exteuHlon poultryman. enemies as well as diseases, sense and lined control, pecans, given. In most cases very little

T .4j Farmers' Weok will lie held at the declare bee specialists of the State small fruits truck crops, etc., and benefit Is derived from' this information

V bt1 Unlvernlty, AugHKt: J3-18: Plant Board These Insects do a I there was a good bit of discussion / believes Dr. Ruprecht.
large amount of damage If theyare A chemical analysis of soil simply -
Thu poultry program begins on on citrus, but I didn't get to
,1p, 1 Monday afternoon and continues not controlled( Some of the hear all of that I couldn't go to shows the total plant food contained ,
most Important ones are the wax ; In the soil. It does not '
A. through/; the whole week Perhaps everything Mary learned a whole :
k : the two blKKest days will be Tues moth and anls I lot about how to1 improve the state how much of this plant foodIs (

day and Friday when annual meetings The wax moth or wax worm home In looks, how to make the available for the use of the I'

V 4 of the Florida branch of tho causes untold losses to careless kitchen more convenient and comfortable plant. Since this Is what the far

Vi4 kt American Poultry Association and beekeepers If tho colony becomes for her! how to sew and mer really wants to know, Dr. |

I4 Florida Baby CMck association art weak or queenlesg It will not ba make pretty dresses and hats, and Ruprecht suggests a more prac- ,

t r held. long/ before the wax worm moth how to better cook and prepare tlcatle method of getting this In- '
U Speakers the makes the combs in the hive by formation. |
on program food and how to prepare what they
V V ) Tuesday Include If n Lunmlen of tunneling- .. through.. them from one call balanced diet which I suppose Better than a soil analysis Is to ,
j 'eoulley farms. II. C. Hull of Winter end 10 tne 0111(>1". is a series or good square get the county agent to look over I

i Harden, K J. Marshall of Eus- In order to obviate losses from I meals. Mary Bald they mentioned the field. Since he is better acquainted -I

ti V tln C. 1). Case of IleLand Mrs. A. this nuisance the colonies should something amout nutrition and vitamins with local conditions, the

; .j :; ; 1'etrlnovlch of South Jacksonville, be kept> strong: at all times, say but she didn't quite know agent will be in a better positionto

7 1 Carl Lehman of Orlando and J. P.Killei .I the experts. If one colony show what those things were, so she advise as to the crops suited

u of Jacksonville ]1. W. a tendency to remain weak, kill just got the practical side of it and fertilizers/ needed.To .

I Brown of DeLand Is president of the queen and either requeen at that anybody could understand. farmers who live In counties

,4' the Floiida branch of the American once or double the queenless colony They didn't bring In' those big where there are no agents, 1>r.

Poultry Adoclatlon, and willS with another colony In the words very often Ruprecht suggests that they write

preulile, Tuesday. yard.It. him answers to the following
c 1 All of Wednesday morning will Is not a good practice to Another thing\ that Interested questions: type of soil, crops raised iMR tr:
both and the fine
Mary me was 'k l
i t3 be devoted to a seminar on poultry leave too many combs for one col- for two or three years previous. ,
friendships we developed -
Ar V S diseases conducted by Dr. A. L. ony to take care of. Give the bees yield appearance of crop, amount

4 ,. / Shealy, Dr. D. A. Sanders, and Dr. sufficient/ room and store the ex We met a lot of folks who rural are and kind of fertilizer applied to I u1
and Interested
; J l. F. Thomas, of the Experiment Ira combs In a tight room lifter the soil, any abnormal conditions' '
V S Station. fumigating them with carbon bi- work, just like we are, and we all such as floods! droughts or cold I : V
: just had a general good time together -
On Thursday Jo:. F. Stanton will sulphide or some other fumigant, weather. -
talk on the Florida National Egg- Is the advice given beekeepers. what time we were not in .

V j5 5' If'V Laying Contest. 1V.. Walter of Another pest Is ants. Ants often classes. t.Ol': TY 1GI'N1': is Vi:5I'I

I Brudenton will speak on ducks.W. cause heavy losses by raidingthe Farmers and Fruit Growers' AWAY TirmOKKIIYV:: : : ::

V K. Stokes and County Agent hives and killing/ the bees. Week, for both men and women, :

4 Leo 'II Wilson ot Manutet/% county Trash or other material which the : Is to be held August 13-18 this As announced In the Telegraphof _

S will discuss green feeds. Dr. J. ants might use for a nest should year. Mary and I'll be there. We'd last week, the county agent

;, K. Turlington of the College will never be left near thd beeyard, i iIs It I like to see a large number of others will be away after June 30th fora .. -

t present some of the factors affectIng pointed out. In, extreme cases there too. short vacation. The office will .. .

V poultry profits In Florida, using the hives.can be placed] on benches] be cloned during that time and It V
9iL data obtained In the state that are set In cUps) of oil. The State Club Girls Is hoped that all work can be _.lVfrS4 _" S .
S Friday morning will be taken up large red ants often come out at left in ideal condition during the .-"' V. S

'.k i' with the meeting of the Florida night and raid the whole colony. Plans oFr absence. The various sections of .c .

S Baby Chick Association. Talks on I After an attack has been made 1 It Making the county will be covered during

S brooding baby chicks, growing Is too late to save that colony but the remaining days of this week

S. healthy chicks, and growing the beekeeper can protect the remaining Summer CampsTwo provided weather conditions does

V healthy stock will be made by colonies by a little effort not make It Impossible. Important '

'S County Agent E. II. Hurlebaus of Boards and other material left on matters should be brought to _

.V S t1 Plaellas county and Miss Connie top of the colony to weight 1 It Thousand Girls J.1QN''hocl: Ton attention at once if its Is desired -5--

DuVane of Ilradenton down are often the nesting place I (. In \tteiiihinre at 25: that they be Investigated before .

ijM for the ants. If trash Is removedIt Count} dim P-. leaving. I
Farmers of Wakulla county willS Is eaafrr to control the midnight S
S ; '*''i not have to buy corn In sacks next matuuders ..........................

S : year says I). 11. Treiidwell, county V Tallahassee.--From Pensncola to 'WOODLAWN' *
SpV.U i: agent The corn crop of that One quart of milk each day is Miami home demonstration club :
4, 'II,, tc county Is looking fine, ho says. necessary for each growing boy( ,girls are beginning to make plans ......................... ,
'\ Dairy farmers of Indian Hlver and< girl for proper development of for their annual summer camps, '
S S Woocllawn June 29.-Miss. My-
county( are growing more feed and bones and( teeth and( for keepingthe I nays Miss Flavla Gleason state last week at
1r using permanent" partition"' reports body In good phyglcial condi- homo demonstration agent. Two rtle Norman spent ,
of her uncle and
Val rico the guest I
tion. thousand girls In 25 counties will
VEt County Agent W K. Kvuns.
!attend these camps it Is estimated aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Milliard

V Orlando Cuuavera-1 1 WesternS Plant City--
M 1 Railway Co., Is organized to build erecting $&,000 new filling the IlIcreu e(1 number or requests Hampton, spent the week-end the I

t 75-mile line through Brevurd and station at' Baker and Cordon for camp assistance In the counties guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phil ,I

'S Orange counties. streets.Buick. Miss Carrie Scandrett, who lips.Mr./
Denmark '
S and Mrs. L. R. ,
.4' L helped with the ramps in 1920, were business visitors to Jacksonville -
has been employed. Miss Mary

1\ Ruth Murray, a graduate of the Saturday.
Mrs. J. L. Hlghtower of Miami,
Florida State College for Women,
was the guest of her uncle and
majoring In physical education
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillipslast
has also been secured for the sum-
TT' mer months to assist with the week. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Davis Kite spent
campw. Sunday with relatives at Macclenny. The, above Illustration was taken he would plant hairy vetch and taken from the all
Some of the essentials] for the
t( ; home demonstration are from a four acre field of winter oats In his pecan grove where he Mr. Powell has been well
camp Miss Jaunlta Browning Is spending legumes growing on the farm of has been growing velvet beans fowlr
sanitary conditions/ good water ed with the results "i -!
Mr. L. C. Powell of Starke. The This is
the week In Ralford the guestof a very good agricultural
supply, fresh milk dally, a suit- tar legumes to (lie ,-xteni t II:
her sister, Mrs. Arthur Crews. mixture used consisted of various method of providing green feed for
able for swimming, and absolute -
place Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Witcher of clovers, vetches and oats. Mr. stock during the winter and excel Is increasing Ills arreat
protection from files and
mosquitoes. In fact, the summer Kansas City, Mo., spent last week Powell states that the mixture was lent for building up the land. Besides heartily endorses 0 is an a.
hee with relatives. sown In October and that he be- increasing the organic con niethc!
Is the place where club memo tural Improvement
camp Miss Mamie Lou Norman Is gall grazing his cattle on it about tent of the soil it is also important .'
bers and their leaders get together would be well to
Your Dealer the week-end In Plant January first. Only six head
spending from the standpoint of plant
tt for a few days each year to demo these legume 1
growing of
onstrate the food and health habits City1 wtlh relatives. were grazed on the pasture but It food. Nitrogen, one of the most ("
tot ''lie-
which they talk about all of the S was sufficient to take care of fifteen Important elements of plant foodIs our home county

.S stands back of the year.All Lake Wales New Atlantic or eighteeen as well. stored on the roots of the ]legumes during purpose the of winter providing/ Illd! <11s0 retr.

of the 400 girls; who attended Coast Line station here nearly In an Interview with Mr. Pow- by nitrogen fixing bacteria, economical meant ,it ,'urlch!
the short course recently heldat completed.Lake .
ell he also stated that in the fall and the nitrogen stored here
is soil
the State College for Women Worth-Plans making i

USED CARS he will be present at their own county remodeling former grammar

IL camps and will be ready to pass on I school at Lake and M\ streets for Hlaleah/ -$50,000 new city hall pochee Avenue at Seaboard Railway Tallahassee O\ll'onl\ ,lit l

to the others fromtheIr, counties use as city office building. opened. spur. eats plan constrm tion

I some of the lessons they learned Quincy West Florida Power Miami\ / -Glenn Curtlas to build Wauchula-Hardee county preparing -bridges in Florida high8'

a S ell S Your Buick dealer's good reputation at the short course. In addl- Company constructing line from factory here for new type of am- to plant large acreage of tern.

VS1a in the community Is worth far ton/ ; material on recreation/ hand here to Gretna, Mt. Pleasant, phibian plane.Valprasio strawberries next fall. Panama City Panama

tiu moretohliuthantheprofithemakes work, menus and suggestions; on Ilardaway and Greensboro. Gould Power Company I Jacksonville-New Plggly Wiggly -duce Company recently

_ : on any used car transaction. selection and organization/ of Montlcello-Standard Oil Company reconstructing all lines leadIng opened on Pearl Street. modern cold storage' plan' !

camps has been sent out from the erecting new filling stationon from local plant. Jacksonville-Building permits doubled its floor space

_ t S He is the head !of an established state office. their lot west of post office. Avon Park-$28,680 contract Issued here in May represented Davenport -.. Stretcb <*
A portlfii/ of each day In camps Lake Worth Building construction awarded for construction of new 730665. along Westside Boulevard v
business and he knows that in order way
spent on some phase of club here for first quarter of city ball ,here. Stuart-Business Men's Association of Lake Davenport pa*'
.5 1: to get more business,he must please work and each day club members ,1928 represented $128,830.HastingsCounty Stuart--Dangerous curve on and county chambers of commerce Cocoa-Paving nears e'

i; his present customers. carry at Kast a short program on road No. 3's Stuart-Jenaen Sewall's point .cross to consolidate as Martin tion on King, Oleander ana
Team work will shortly be roads to be eliminated.
: some one activity. rebuilding completed County Chamber of
Commerce. Ida streets.
V V He carries a representative stock of rather than Individual effort is em- to city limits of .St. Aug Leesburg-Lee county to beau .

S used cars, including both used phasized. Citizenship is taught by ustine. tify all its public highways. --
1 Bulcks and cars of other makes- actual demonstration. Crystal River-Extensive addi- Madison-Work under way remodeling \ Don't Let Mosquitoes. .3ite-Kill The
Counties which will hold camps tions made to new plant of Home- Madison Leaf Tobacco
and be
them honestly.
represents exclusively for girls this summer I Crystal Company here. Company's packing house at t '**n
V You're sure of a square deal when are: Holmes. Taylor, Columbia, Inverness-Store of J. E. John Range and Date streets. t' or Liquid kills Fh.a* ,Ant*.Roaches,Poultry BEE
- S Walton, Santa Rosa. Leon, Hills- ston, Inc., being remodeled and re Bonlfay-New school building/] Uce,Mosquitoes,Flea.Bad Bags,and other inct Po.J 1'4"' "
; you buy from the Buick dealer. He .Won't ,
borough Lee, Citrus, Polk, Palm decorated. under construction here. .. upot or t in.Us*powder on plants JOe <9 fla :I
: stands back of the used cars he sells. nd pets. Wtitt ut far FrgC insect bookltl. If 5c 9 S 1.110 !<
S leach, Dade, Orange, Putnam, St. Boynton-Rebuilding canal bank Leesburg-Lee county growers dealer can't iupply.w. ISP"G..I J
ship by parcel atpricei JOG
Johns, Volusla, Alachua, Okaloosa, road here progressing rapidly. shipped 30 carloads mixed vegetables tamed, McCORMICK It CO. poet''
i :
,; : BUICK MOTOR COMPANY Lake and Hlllaborough (east.) Winter Haven Chamber of during recent fortnight,

V ,V In a number of counties the girls Commerce urges construction of realizing $30,000.
I FLINT MICH.-DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION camp will be held la connection city auditorium. OreenvUleSouthern Sawmill

S. with that for the home demonstra- Madison-Madison county farmers here operating at capacity

lou women. There Is a similarityof recently shipped out carload Perry-Solid carload of 12,000

REGISTER MOTOR CO.' programs but the tendency of syrup. pounds king mackerel shipped

he women's camp is a little more Fort Lauderdale-New Brow- from here recently to Charlotte,

: STARKE FLORIDA rest and not so much recreation. ard county courthouse here dedi- tt. C.

_____ S cated. LaBelle-New Inter County Telephone -
_ 1''! t WUN!' BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL, BUILD TMk Tarpon Springs Wing being 1\l/aml-D1ds/ received for con building completed heie.LaBelle .

( dded to south side of Universal- struction of new bridge across Miami -Standard Oil Company

f _ _ _ _ _ 1st church of Grand boulevard. river at Southwest First st. buildings on its property on Hick- -

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1(I' !', 11LN: .. --- --- -- I I c'OI''i'fIES: TO mMinrLOIIK : ; NOTU: : MOIL l'I'IIJ.1C'I'W'I I t 1'M' 'iirri
bled 14
It -
_. -
If. -- -- -- -- Starki. In Urn .SIM'oud 1 ilNnUt '
\ -- -- -
Russ Kesttlo CoUou and Film I KIMMi Defeats j I j fw
.. Carlton \
opposition I
..... 41. no S"l'lal i No. OlMio')
........ Hough were visitors to LawtHROOKEJ ,y First tllHtrlit\ L L Bean of'I, "'11\ ('"iiit I'rocrtlim to Secure Deimttnu'nl uf I the Interior l> 8.Land .

: Rising June 29.-Mrs. :Marie 8,337 ... ofllc tit tnln.vl 1.. tQrld.. .
; iul
Friday.Mr. Catts By 8,595 Lakeland first choice only l r<>rn
.I..y. Cori and !Mrs. Wiley Thomas and Rowland of Davenport Is visitingher Drano, first (choice 41,766; second' I I 1 1 Mtxk TIIXOMN< %"OT1CS821M liernby given that $

.,W idle ( ........: daughter, of Lacrosse were vlslt- grandparents Mr. and Mrs choice from Bean 2,601; J. It. I nullln. ,, Florida Whop. mm\S ash"5" IBM.of Stark mid*. I '
....... InK friends here last Tuesday J. K. Norman of thin' section Democratic Nominee Also Leads on Wilder, of Plant City, first choice, HomttHtead. I:IIII.\.. Nu. 01103.. for '

!Misses Jose- Molt Sunday and Jim, :2,418. I Avon Park June 22.:! -Approximately Muutheaet,! iuaiti" of SoutiuMUt .
Mrs. Sally spent !Mrs Lucy Davis son. .'('.uul C'holccs. 15414. second choice, 'carter Sect'on 4 luwnnhlp 6 8OUIH I'
,d I Flora Belle with relatives at Aluuuua.O. of Sanderson, spent Saturday Third district J. II. Snitlhwlck. $60,000 per year hits' been taiga" 23: Kaoi. .\1'..IIl1h...... 1\ I' :

;M!r. lire'. were vlstI lIf' l- B Colunn was a business vtsl- night und, Sunday with her sister of Penxnroln. first choice only 10592 ,- \ added to the tax Income of fourteen la"k e has Thr filed.-yeur nnii\l'ior>< ,,f Intention to t>Btabll id:1:1 r

\. : I h., week-end to to Starke Wednesday Mrs. H M. McRae. Tallahassee, 1 FU.1 June 22.- W. L. Wilson of Panama 1\ South Florida counties, claim.. to the land III.!...\n .... ,' '

]. Emery: Hazen E. C. of Thomaavllle, I Complete olllclal returns from the 13.3SS; second which have been fighting for ten lu'furo Ueitlster oC I ,nltnd,' Flor' 't
i Mrs Long The many friends of \Uev. and o City first choice( Land om. .. at Oalm m.i., '", II' '
\vti-v i Friday. Oa., was a visitor here last Monday Mrs UiKsa were glad to welcome 'I recent Democratic primary nunouiiced choice 2,835 Yon first choice, months to secure a prorata of the cm the 5th day of July I'::124.Claimant r, ,'I"
:;. tonville today by Secretary of I rolling stock: taxes! paid name a* wittioiaecWill : l
,I' attending afternoon. She was accompaniedhome them back to the Saturday and 18,829 ; second (choice 2,610.Fourth railroad Star, Starke. Ploihlulleniy .I

a \ I Saturday. by Master Robert and Eugene Sunday services.Mr. State 11. Clay Crawford show that district' Owens' 50- In Florida Col. J. M. Lee reprorjsentiithlg (j .m't Stark of Stark, Floildo.Knifonn ,\ 'IMorldo.Jou ;: .; ''I I'It : ,
of Tampa received of the fourteen '
mas[, and Chll- Long. of this section Doyle 12. Carlton 031 ; Scars( 42.011.:! eleven ; (lrlln... ot ICta rk... Klorl-la.. F" I.. R I t ,
M. McHae
BI" ., visit In South Mrs. Melvin of Lawtey was here the gubernatorial nomination 0 On the bunts of the olllclal returns counties\ announced today UbOWJiilC.l HOM: .r ,
week-end at Waldo with nexbter.r.1)1 )
the .Gt-8-22
first :
II spent of 8,595 -
aJ1 last Tuesday enroute to New Hope by .a margin CnrltoiVs total majority ov- !He was advised olttVlully by ,

I''" ",11 board thatit :\ IIi 01"' \I'UU'S: : LtLn. "" .J
f' J.
,ejI Groover, former Governor Sidney 27899. the formula set
,' Martha her sister, Mrs. Willis this section nomination was has accepted .
to "
+?? business visitor li)1
1'0"11 ", 1 Hampton} Monday. Last Saturday afternoon Hawthorn a week. Cutts, of UeFuulak Springs. Otllclal I returns from the other fourth lu the mandamus proceedings Nottte Is hereby gluon that under (. t "' r

r rlIltor ,,," spent Sunday baseball team came over to one day last!:! of The Tampa nominee also was races fur state otlhes had not been Instituted lest summer to and luimuunt to and by virtue of \t., r
\ T. Roberts i
Mr. and( the authority. vented In the under- j'j .
(off Bu11 N1. Brooker to nlay the Brooker baseball r.. -,.____".,,_!, spent MW..HMJMrs cn.lotr with far ahead of Catts lu svcoud compiled up to a lute hour. compel the board to revise the m- signed Speclrtl, Mauler .bY that ......1'I. I, I II ,
Kt( Lacrosse was a team. At the end of the seventh JttCKBUUVlllC choice votes getting over three emjnieut.. taln Final( liocieo rendered on the ,
i mother Mrs. Halt- I
i Hazei) Roberts' mh day of ]lay. 1U28, In and by '
the tie times as many from the losing can- assessment' \pproxinmtely I of Bradford County j 'G7
BrtereiiimUv' ( ) inning score was a nOl SINGING The total gRin In the Clicult Court .: -
of twanger. did the former execu- with 'In 'h.. Twenty-Hlxlh Judicial circuit I
demons Innings an! dollars'
and played didutes
Uaf1'l 33. They seven more Mr. Basil McUae spent the weekend > a million < ot Florida in chancery In that f ,; t

::111'1. arc attending to In order to play the tie off. with his aunt and BELLSGIVEN'rESTS average of 60 mills or bolter for .MM.tain cause therein pending. whereIn t r
aafUle at Palmetto TOWER H'lUHKS:
\ l-KMNSfLAU:;; ;; NAVAL l
e/berr Ii i i IMS.,, week. }pach: Bide worked very faithful uncle, Mr. and Mrs W. D. McHae. official returns for governor all purposes means a gnlu of $uo.- (M1ANa a coi | ,i'ullvin', woe oom- ( ,j'" P't
o t! htd Ed E- will be KICK l't'R and 1
Kelley and J. F.
perpetual ,
) H lh6 victory. At the close tot annumhlch iilulnant
air to score thank Bro. Williams : 1 per
and We wish to 1. C. KICKi.riiK. were defenilant I I I
d a ruu ." in Trenton last 'Of the game the score was 4.3 In ot Gainesville for hi* Interesting Carlton first choice 77,580\ ; second \' In the reappoitlonnuMit of tho undersigned Special' Master. wiz(. ,I ( 'N tl
be- j'
ion n- of July 1'JJS.:!
thirty-four on the 2nd! day '' +
esday favor of Brooker. talk oil the Brotherhood. Also choice from Carson 714 ; from 1 I the assessment! twuvn the hours of 11 n'ciock In the lit .,

tol>a<" "I ah ( watermelonn Carl Hough, our pitcher, fanned Mrs. Trl /nt Of Waldo and Mrs. Hathaway 13,347 ; from Taylor l rnrllliMi to lie' I"hll'I..lS..n llon divide losses!:! '! that the fourteengain JI'I'I "" fore-noun," ";\\a cld In the of the afl '
j (Cignntle largest loners being <*i IIIIIMI, nl r y tFlorida
; gathering their and put out a Haw Jacksonville, and especially ; Itradford Ill
' aro hu5t nineteen men Leonard ot 14,311. I'rom l4ngland.-: I Mnrloti, curthuus" of county '
first base by throw- children \ I Aliuluia. Nassau, In tho l town of Starke, veil! u '
thorn man on thank the little Call first choice 68,985; second Jefferson' Bradford, l.URlh. l. to the highest: and bent bidder for Ii II., 1
Mi flott. Lewis of the Ing the ball to our first baseman from the home In Jacksonville\:! for choice from Carson, 300 ; from 23.-The Leon, Levy, cash the r..lI..wl"K deHcrlbed land '. .
tM June 1\1I1 II..on.SII"'ll1nee ; ( run
WulwH' HtllMborouKli < .
Lake let1. .., county and la
; 11IIrll..r"
here while remainingon ( < Hllualu
section w'. Tf shopping Raiford Crawford 111 their songs. Hathaway, 4,573 ; from Taylor, 4- voice of the muezzin which rails and Orange, all of whom Clay ...."lit)., Klnilda, lu-w'lu: 'I ,
the ground after a fall. $ of Allah Northwest Quarter ..t 8outhw>.tQuarter
,daY 195. the faithful to the worship In assessed. valuations bo-o NWV, \vI nf SectionKlKht ? )
Morga' Lee Johnson and pitching was remarkable. Orval Tallahassee and Quincy and oth- Fons A. Hathaway first choice I soon will have a counterpart' \lost I"'I'I'I$30.00 and $!00,00 or UHtwyou .. : ((5)( ( ;In,; :'ruvxllilP i : ( U1U11T F'/ ,;_ t,

Saturday 10. Jack- Ward, our third baseman, scored Florida intend to I 1.8)) Houlh, UIIIIKU Twuuty-three (23)
!lane wen made er cities In west only 67853. In Lake Walos. $lSt)0) .and $fi.(I0U In actual( i'JAS'1'; und 1 mile Si
the first'! two runs that was take an added Interest in comiuer- committee Is Kant Half of 1'I..lIlholl..t.lUIl..t.. .. 'bl' .' at.S .
lje- ".H"nOn of Lake But ...... the beginning of the game. Hal- ._. --j ._.!..?.?!?! ... In the John S. Taylor first choice only Over In England; a gigantic taxes. of .'...'...lh"'rst'under (I i.:'.. of t14! .1 Y t&
fore U"'U" -' --- here -- --- best Ciai U11U lUUUBUiut pan --- ---- :besting the tones ot me I -' ;nf; NWIythat' : ::. ';! Halt u f K'oitliuaiitijiuiitcr 1 f' y' r
IL hllfllueBB visitor ford Crawford one of the year of 1929 as at some time next 37,325. choice which will resound over of Honthinmt Quarter (MW: y
WAS our team, made a knee- plant at James M. Carson first carillon I faOItW.\S: i t'O'tiF.moluS : : of NK:",, nf $1'a.l.: of Suction (2). t 1
on hydro-electric comity i iI ,
players the ot Polk .
SoutliwRt I I
daY year the far reaches( I'.MIIILIIJncksonvlle and ...ulhw".t.llllu'I..1' of : -
: 'kter
"wellVlml of Wlldwood was high Jump and caught the ball In Jackson Bluff will be completedand only 3,271.In have concluded their rour.sr: Quarter of S..ulhw..tJuar- +J tI mil a n

" relatives here during the time to out one of our opponents ready for the big load of electric the senatorial race the returns When they of musical me- tSWU' of SW14' of IIW'1'uWNN111)L 1' 1 "
log Park Trammel!, eels'!, I the vast mass dole Twelve ((12) ; In '
off the tie, N. Q. Jackson Bluff showed that In the( ", HODTII, \ UANOU TWKNTYTWO S m v t
-eod. while playing current. The by tal will be shipped to Jacksonville June 25.: MU1HT: (III) }rat ? I ?
of Lake Butler, the last run which in the led Gov. John W. Forestry (U) I WArtTId. ,t a t;
the aboard a Il'1
toward Galley Hayes plant Is one of votes the former where It will be loaded lilt el''Rt of tho Ot'ol'l1SIlIlc" M. JOHN ,1atci.oILtiar

transacting business here Sat- [, won the victory for Brooker. gulf states and Is being erected at slightly over 38,000 and Martin, train for delivery t to Mountain 1 Fair to bo held al \Vuycro, IKiWK.Ll.An Special, Mauler. ,. 'I ; }' r'
138,549 &
i. a cost of over two and a half mil getting Lake, Just outside\ of Lake '''III ell. Oil? September 19-21:! I. said 1 In< hI'< Jx..k. uvlll Florida. t f ''' ',

j. Thomas of Starke, was a A plea that the farmers put up lion dollars being of the very latest 100456. races. Congressman The (carillon which will\ surmount ][ the first such exhibition ever att li ullr liur-1\-.4t-8-U 7,
here Saturday. and packs adver- of hydro electric In the congressional Singing i country Fred, I B.
visitor grades bent this
ws, better and :! types A. Yon of Tallahassee \. the now famous tempted, ] In

r r. and Mrs C. C. Melvin of tise to creat a demand for the pro- plant. Tom the third district Tower, H Kdwurd W. Hok's memorial Merrill of Albany, usHHtaiit Htute ; dt
her parents cooperatively representing Not charge\ / of Oltlll'-.ll I.'Olt 1'L III.U'll: 1
In :
vlaltlng; find market grandparents Georgia
, were ducts, -S J. Drano, of to his forester, for Y
Roberson of High- State Commissionerof 350 Foreign o and Herbert monumentthe Georgia I territory was Court Twenty Sixth Judlulal 1 1 6 '
and Mrs was made by Florida outranked district were only li this ponderous I the Southern In Circuit t" 11
in the first : Uiadford County j
I last Sunday. Markets L. M. Rhodes at a Nations and countries In total motor Lakeland comfortable largest curlllou In the world recently lu conference with S. Cline t of Clicnlt Kloi, 'Ida. In Chancery Ile t'' +
of Lake Butler, was held at Zol- January 1st. returned to otliro by be the finest attorney of this 't' 11.
.0 Dukes KiwanU-tarmer picnic registration on fourth district it Is also\ declared' to Itryuu Jennings Vivian K I.oflln. k Si
visitor here last Tues- this week. foreign nations and margins,;\ while of the Florida Complainant S 1 .
,heed fo Springs Only five Ruth Bryan Owen of one ever constructed. city and president X1 ; g sr
countries outranked Florida. They Mrs. J. Sears, of Every evening at sunset Its me- hoard of Forestry, and Hurry Lt-e h. II. Len In.
W. )
rand Mrs. B. T. Crosby were South Jacksonville-Fire pump were the United Kingdom, France, Miami I. defeated the Incumbent, by tallic notes will peal over the hill H. ker ot TallnhUMHoo state forester I U nppfnrlny UNfendunL" ; 'by aindnvlt attacheilto VI'y' /1} r1 '

'lug his sister, Mrs. Beatrice er here tested and proved satis Canada, Australia and Tasmaniaand Klsslsslmmee 14,000., It. A. Green of and valleys of the highland! It who was also In the city the hove the ruiiHu I'll' ot, thill romplHlnt.I the rneliloiua,tiled. lit the of tyt't BA'' '
Friday.r. over and '
last recitals!
bat Lawtey Germany. will also see service at mist week 14. II. Iioflln. In unknown to complainant ,
Hough Buddie and J, B. factory. Holidays such asbirthda considerable ; ; that there I ,IN no \person lu. nl, 1
I on national of1 ,,,.._..,._ Mr. Merrill reported the Slate ot Klorlila. known, to !nlll-/ 41 I'1 I { ;-,
y s and, "'"
Christmas the interest. In \toe project I"t. Hervlell tit prnrnse dNfendammt.
----- the exhibition vomit hl.III It's' sad (111'hi. t ,
Ington and Lee unmxiiii( 'eil Ihat featuring null for. Igvoree. .. II I. Timers- e5 NI t 1 1and
Next IVIirunryThe mill setup mild. d"to.ulunt be x
{)|IH'm4 would hn a HIIW lure ordered lh..t
principal feature 10 the bill of c..m..I""tII i I
tarlllon\ Is Ilio tiirpt'titlne Hllll und tnirtorIcIllOllHtrilllOllM. tills'npponr ruuMN nn or before Monday' 4 ) r r.,f

of !Mr. Ttok's'! bird muictuary [, duty: 2nd, 19:5, otimerwlse lime ullu- N I Ivonl'm'sxed h
( towerwill ( "r .. 1.\10111.\ / will bo token\ R. o
and singing!; K..llnnM 1' I I i 511 ,
: The sanctuary( to the Lent hull \V>'nuiu of Slurka, In lor hf.iot: It.I is further or. '
formerly opened : : be published
be the United, KtntPH ExperIment I derod that : p af 1tItI, '
of rI111eNC11tIW
the first.'! ;. HiargQ wsek" tor Four r {
on u
public and l ,dedicated" ofAntwarp .Htntloii\ there, mid(\ President > once weeks. in the 1I.It.Hor.1 .'ounlv' 'rele-. I + vYP '
: Anton dices Hlarkn. }' ,
In '
February pnlillnhKil Alder'm
of wrniih.
of I the Huul hl'IIHIf1rn O.v'.
noted, ca rllloneur \ \ WltiiHim. thu liaiul of p : .
Helglnm Foresters Deal of thlecon
Society of Airivrlinu llprk: and the r''
of I the the : roan A. (
most of May
who line played culled the Hint' annual it, thin. the 30th day I 1
will no '!, hits
,rurlllons H. 1U2H. b
woild'a! KrcntpHt of I Hint section for VV'iiy- O W. A T.nmtlMA. d
the !singing meeting Circuit. Court '
1' Fair-tll'uling i the curllloneur ut to Lake \II cross during the fair Mr Merrill\ Cl-rk!lly C A. IvNlHlll. s; t l' 1 +
will\ move .
I \lie Clerk.U.
Cliuin- Uouuty '
1' rellublecouritlousscrv- tower. there Bald', .and the United' simian I ;f J'
You expect:
oleo hU home II
make () .
Wales and Indicated Us M. I (
has (
ta k / / : of every hoc of Commerce "HollcltoiH.
to May .I li i''
from December, I Intention he announced, to tall a '. r ({ )

)ice from tiny 1'uii- forestry, conference ti> bei "'"I.y-8I111I. I
fi // year.A composed of Josef regional
committee I
f Am delete They 1 uro of the Curtltt'! held,
Huffman, director :xtiitn 1 or n\' \t.Nollro iilS'It4Iitil. ,
all selected IIICII.I Institute of Music Philadelphia. \ t 1\oTIDl t '
ki Cruxton, member' Ill
rseuw Pa.; Herbert IH hereby given that elxtriluyn
the Royal Academy of Tint board. if county ciiinmlfmlonMPH after date hemof, I the under- l'' j 1
of 1\1I1I1IC.\ will .y
\ Finikin Will and
llrmirord county of the hint 9
of Hlicnvd Kxucutor::
M. Jet clerk'sotticu '
London and coiirUimiHu In I ho Hulllu Mulphum.iluciMiMtd. I
; moot, nt the ( 'uKlannTil. of airs.:
L, f loiipur of the Marines cathedral on Monday. July 2, IU2K, n" u .. Will pieHitnt Ill y' voucher. tt.e d do
1 lit : of tiiiuullUttrM' for the PUIIIOMHof. Account to the tlnnorableliuii '
bottid mill l'lnu '
carllloneurs ,,
50LIN all lviimc of ;
-a- and dean of huailnif. vuni|>liilntn nnd rim A. \ the test of the lick carillon i Hliiiiiny an (o the value. ot any liiailfoid::: : Ciiunly.: : Klorlda\ ( for hi* (' '
\ making made at the bell liropurty r<*.ul und porHonitl nr mixml .IIMHBHIIOI -- approval mind auk to be discharged ', I 1' t
It Is being sit taxed. by the county tux Hiich "Kxecutor.: ,
'Ill.owners UK I
I of John Taylor and Son .- fur thn your I9M!( against 1 Thin IHlh day of May 1938. ;
foundry iiy.
a England, In this or a"elllt of suchmirefrl: l : J. C. roPPELI. hidl1xecutor
at Loughborough 'hnlrinnn(,l uf Ituard.l' : ].''tat Will amiTeMtiiment
since 1370. of Mre.I HallleMulphum i 4' r

business The carillon will have 01 belle O.V n..rk. ALDERMAN cud'(Auilltor., t53t2: deceuied. 1 L 1p i 'tilw ,n.

with 48 teuee nr-. .four. octave, The 18-91-7-18. +
Is 12- .
of the bolls
OR +. .e total weight more than 61 tons. OTH-'J !MVlltM' OF FINAL' DIHC1Illfin!
163 pounds,
M. weigh 11 tutsand Judicial -
will\ Twenty-Sixth
bell Court
tenor Circuit :
The In th".of.:1
weigh tlrailfurd County PAys after date
will Circuit Sixty
ones ot
smallest Administrator
the Chancery the iindemlicneil \
at I'h.rldlIn deceaiiml -
These will\ be placed the Otate of Mary K. Brigham
pounds Juno and
16 of the big Kate Complainant. wit present :my Voucher: : .
each side of the picture v.. Final.:; account. to the Judge Honorable of Bradford !f ,

bell. J. Victor Jones, A. lardlner. County their approval t '
than :Mnn pefemlunt.Orilrr County: Florida for j )
higher, be discharged a
Bull fur t'ubllcatIUnft and' auk to
fromParaffinbase the great tenor bell striding appearing by alhduvtt attached urh AdnilnlxtratorThl i
Refined On 1539.tstate m'
higher" than a man Mr.those tick, as who a Unit to the the bill reHldence filed In ot the J. Victor above ruuMe Jones, lath tI"YJDtB. 'MATTIIKW8.Admlnletratar.' t- f d 1
to clmpl"lnanfbllt
tribute of affection In unknown to In the state .>f of Mary n. HrlKham deceased I N tiv
singing 1 q
Inspired the Idea of the I i there III no person to alllunt, lervlro ot t-lS-Vl-e.1.
a known
following inscription' Florida, would bind the m.
the whom 1 t
aQ tower, ordered null process| defendant upon, In thin null fur Di wbtvuiMiMiw@! ._l__ #lq ,

,,:, ,, : THIS CARILLON IS A TRIBUTE: vorce.If M TIIBREPOnR defendant ordered t... that andap'roar COFFINS & CASKETS 'I ',
OF complaint
nOR to tne bill of : : : of I IUndertakers'
'" -OO nilWATCD WILLIAM \thin valise' on nr before the and a Full Lin.
t : LOV- July in<1, A. U. IK3H olherwlita
." taken
lilll\ bn
e 1 TO HIS alli-Kalluim ot mild will Supplies II

\ I I q ;.i'J' BUS HUNDRED AND an IT rurifoffefi: IH PlMtTIIKU he l publleheil., OnnRHKD once!:a week that I1BABSH I'I'I '

'. I c C:::: :r:: U d e S Mfr. 1'I, ,i f. "- tower TWENTYSIXThe which weighs 5,500 'for ItilH KriKltnrd Pour notice" County coniieciitlve: Florida.. Telegraph weeks, published In the- Al AUTOMOBILE...,. .. ....... TVe Wei eerrte M I'd' It1 I t .

.- I;:,. .-... tons In anchored to a reinforced .I 1 MTNK.In Htarke: ,the and hand the' of seal a.v.of. thiscourt Al a* .IK.nl'*'.lewael. le t,.,01 l..cr....pB HpeeUI er4...pHSUIBTE8BU I i'

--" mat. It rises from Usfoundation. dorman, Clerk, of May A. KMUALMKB: 01E I
concrete the
1 this I

in all respects -Vv SI feet wide 205 feet.at the In 11 SBAl 19 28.!) (1. W. ALDHRMAX: DEWITT C. JONES I ;
similar ( Court.
heights Circuit
the Clerk I
tions arc base to
X crudes are used and tapering (Copy) Deputy Clerk.A. FLA. d .i
Only paraffin-base gradually changing form Hy r A. Knight BTARKE, a r S
'i octagonal \ N. f'ltrcWH"' ,i;
r those set up by the leading lines It becomes Solicitor for Complalnftnt. < 29 l.iJ! h!
to widei -l-5t-- D1In!(
*, Pan-Am motor 1. No ..4., r at the- >top and ?u.?.!,Y Jt1 fet -- 'IWnmmmm....-.-.! .---- "ilh
in refining '. surrounded by _
<;;' will be
the ideal The tower
\ automotive engineers as and the lake which It overlooks j

;.:.. other type of petroleum can produce lubricant for modern motors. '*. "'-*.-.' a moat will reflect its graceful out- ; ; We can charge your 8 HRS ;

motor oil BO tough so line.Milton D..Medary, the architect YES

.V That is Fill up today., at the first ?. 4 and Horace have used llurrel southern and Son materialwherever bulld- STORAGE BATTERY In I : ,.

safe. ders
; long-wearing. so possible In the construction I l 11,

.. station see. Every The marble ii SI
Pan-Am you of the tower

why Pan-Am motor oil protects used was supplied by Georgia. StarkePIa.

dealer has a scientifically quarries. In motif the tower partaken Garage u ,
The co- Smith's
/' engine under all directly of Florida. .
your the lower walls wan
0 rock for
prepared Place wan
q excavated near -
driving conditions. QA found for Florida flora and fauna

just the right grade of In Its symbolical; decorations.;

MoreoverPan-Am: 4 this safe motor oil toprotect '. f center Stuart of a may nationally become known a branch crate, l R. DAVIS & CO. :

with unusual Rpw Acting 'J.
s. oil is refined l barrel and box concern. company
that the
e your upon
Its specifica was planning to place a branch h''
care. \ sectloa, the Business INSURANCEAGENCY
factory in this of Stuart Al I

Corporation: has the been vegetable busy and compiling fruit data productions on- ESTABLISHED 1886 I i '

Pan American ( as an Inducement for establishment -

of the. plant. STARKE FLA. ;;

and SUPERLA geelftr & S. Motor Co. .
wt.p.UJh Haven-
dirtriSatlan of KIP *u* 41d -
plant being \ ::i '"'"

l.. \ proved. t.tS

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Bradford County Telegraph hS" \uth n'"1 utnlr' t thnn hall a hi ,milul 'inidaNiJcin't_ i Made to Order '

\\ III In) :-11'1(1' ( r"IIKIJnabll' a J ) forgi-t)! Sunday school at "Platforms
Established IH77 nl 'in.iloiM. and( e'OnKI''IIHIIWII Long[ Bridge Sunday, :, ,p. m. 1.ui i 1.:'.
y90 hate 11\11. -- -- -
''i Second Class --o- S ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as _.
It la Governor Carlton.Bturke of Florida will benefit ,'ill R"
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Telegraph/ No not yet It will to the extent of many thusanda e

l be Governor Martin for several of dollars as a result of legislation! -
S. :Matthews __ ___ _____________Owner and PublisherJ. affecting the .P1 U A T FORM PlaN : :5VAIIM
moons yet.Apopka Chief.Congratulations car owner pasHed -' -
ii.-ii;: :;:" oc"t'
; C. Robinson__ ____ ______ -------- Managing Editor ----o- at the first session of the Seven- .. ...'", MBIO' 6UM' RtHl HHifrMUTtlUffNV ntTR I
,t to the Bradford tieth congress, according to 1\[. M. ,, _I. paint, OH WHAT poi rear a"r
Smith, president of the Florida ,
County Telegraph upon attainingthe ..
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t I SUBSCRIPTION HATE grand old age of fifty-one State Automobile Association, ( J. f' .=---... ..

y1 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c; -Payable in Advance 'years. Like they say about old which Is ainilated\ with the Amer- : -
wine, "grows/ better with age." ican Automobile Association.St. m SH2( J--
?! Advertising Hates on Application. Groveland Graphic.

li ? -- Cloud-New business buildIng ( .. ...
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being erected on New York
t This is clean-up week. The fellow who thought he had Avenue for occupancy of Darin's "Tlie New York delegation; i |I National Convention of Politicians for 'em, and if w< !, .
o ptomaine poisoning because his Market. the big attraction down here ill ," says Rogers, "and they that, wants .farm \Ily
toe hurt hasn't anything on the ; are going to try and entertain 'em just stop and sell l','
Fourth of July Houston and they are rehearsing! I I here wl"lin most cities that are em and, larnll
Next come gIVe em i
guy who thought/ he had erysipelas :\oncu! OK iti\i.: 1:1.1'"l'IO'Nutlce :
ddy and night no they won't call used to 'em they just tolerate 'em. "If ,'
we get to
a because Ills ear pained him.-Pal- a t' .chore
la hereby given that a m><-- it 'IFcmston' These home Demo- I "Now about Al. I am sorl.'YAI people claim tin'\' V
The combination wnjtch and cigarette lighter will work metto News. clal election In hereby culled and will trat down here want to see Democrats is not coming down here, but taxes why we hav W411I 10'
ho held n ),
at the school house at I.liw- sell
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well together. tey Florida the territory known andlenorlhed that can dray s.iluncs even he has never been abroad and hp, property and put i '? ,
,. So live that you can get sick and ( ax special Tax Hrhoolx\ \ in Republican )'....rs." thought it wa better to not show tax exempt bond<. ,t :i ill
1 o be delirious without later worrying cif trkt Florida No. 6,,of on Bradford the 21st County day of, State July.: Vigorously prcsecutiiip. his own tiimself till he had to At is a good rich. If somebody \t 'r flo'dj
Will Rogers will be the echo for the democratic conven- over what you said.-Miami 112K! between the hours an pre- campaign for I'renulent. Will Rogers (fellow! and I want to see him do lief we move 'em t", i hI,K( ,
acrlbed by law In holding: general thus opens his comment on the as good:( as he can He ill a bearin If somebodyIanl, ,1 t. "Q
lr'i' tion at Houston Beach Sun. Or can go; to bed at elections. at which .. freeholders Democratic convention in Houston the mud. but he never has been their section wh \ ,' ,, '
night!; without worrying about talk- llted electors who are started dry track it through the em
Life on a build)
a residing In Hild district. shall by according to today "oInd ,t,
Ing In your sleep.-Sanford Herald their vote determine. whether the which with a "National Commit "That's where we're going to "Any time you -
i Il';'
Generally the self-rising gentleman had a start from heard, County of Public on behalf Injunction of Special. of. .HradfuNl Tax- tee" of fifteen distinguished(! citizens be sitting pretty We make our you can rest assure,' 'ton rill, ,,

other source ------o- School Uixtilit No. (0 Khali l Issue has nominated; him as the platform as we go, If we get toa you what you Wall! \ ? '
some 'S' l la a dangerous letter In a bonds, In the Bum of $$20.000 .In accordance candidate/ against |olit.cul; "bun ," state that wants a wet plank are meeting condo, ,?? ,,,ef.
o with resolutions passed andall"It..d "iJown here saw a why we just atop and put it in arise,"
i a4 controversy, because It turns words by the Iloarrt of Public In-
; We'd like to see some of those black and blue berries; Into swordii."-Mlhml Beach Sun. Htructlon at HH hieetlnK held on the i,
26th day of June 192S, which renolu ; the qualified electors who are 'freeholders interest of said bonds shall he pay- ly, Florida,1.1: I
Avery Powell' is:, talking about. "And wear Into shear when a wo- lions are being published slmul- residing within the territory able at the olTlce of the Hanover for, a period of ,
? man needs new trock-Starke tanenuHly herewith; Haiti bonds tn ht- known and designated as Spe- National Hank City of New York weeks first not!"
a '
a In the denomination of fIOHO.00, to :,\Inl Tux School 1 Dl trltt No. 6 ofllraclfonl State of New York. In the Issue of i
Telegraph. "And how she looks be dated I August 1, 1028' to bear I Intercut County, Florida 1 praying' IT IS FUllTHHK: HESOIWED That
all sections carrying the news of at the rate of centpel : election the In hereby Notice of SIMM-II I, ,t i:inull,
Newspapers from are from well Into swell If It becomes 5Vj per this Hoard to call an to de- :in election be and same "
annum payable neml-annuullv tormlne whether. said School District called, to be held at the Schoolhouse Notice Is hercbclan
1 ''I t' building operations her."-Clermont Press. "And on August 1st and February iHt of shall Issue bonds In the Hum of $20- L.awtey, Florida, on the list I election( IH li
makes I the tale stale attar each year, both principal and Interest 1100.00 for the purpose of acquiringImlMlntr. dny of July 1928, to determine will be held at >
o campaign of said liondH to be payable at : l enlarging: ; furnishing: I or whether. sold. hnncls shall he Issued. I.iwtey. Florida a I
J the election"Arcadia Arcad the offlce of the Hanover National rovlg d "HH herein described and that at uch known and destrllSchool
Avery Powell says the devil holds idle hands. The devil ian. And makes election selectionfor Hank In the City of New York. State school grounds within Bald district I i-lectlon the question to be submit- 1)IstrlctN.,
+ of New York; mild bonds. to mature for the exclusive line of the. free li'd shall be "For Bondsor. "Against County State: :of; I 1'I i I
has his hands full then. those who got enough votei.- an follows: M'hnnt in said I district and this Bonds." day of.July, 1H2Han ,
b *.. Clermont One t thounnnd dollars on August Hoard;; having dulv coiiHldered( 1 1 said n' IH FUUTHKR: RCSOLVnO That prescribed 1 b 1 \ i ierul n
-. o I'ress 1..1. 1931 and one thousand dollars. lift it Ion and the facts stated therein there he appointed and designatedthe elections aqualllled > ,, '
t on August hot of each of the yearn. and having determined that said following as mnnnKcra: J. U. elector'- "
t r It used to be good strong shoes, then roller skates, now \Editors of wet papers, BO the I 11)32) to 19GO Inclusive.L. petition IH signed by more than 25 Rosier, Fied Moore and John An- ers their residing In 'd I ,
W. KICK LIT II.TTI j>cr cent of I the qualified, electors of said' election and 11. vote detiM t i I'' '
[Palm Heath Independent states, .\ HT: Chairman of the who lire freeholder residing in suldSpecial Wjr''H Clerk. of said 'le n.L. Hoard of Publli II''
it's the parachute age. write most of the time as If they Hoard of Puhllc1 liiHtrtictlon of i Tax School District No.6. IT IS FlfKTHEK 1U2SOL.VKD AND ford County on t Ijo'L), I,
t .
+ (HKAL) Mrailford County Florida and that the Issuance of bond as OltniSUKl): That the foregoing resolutions School District A.;"
oOne were under the Influence of theirlnnpiratlon. IT II. WIOUINS. i prayed., for therein l IN neeeHMary and be published In the Bradford bonds In the iuiu, i
j Secretary. 8.2 -t-7-g7 fiat Bald" petition fully compiles with County Telegraph, a paper published cordance with rh, I ,
about is
thing Starke will not have to worry a municiI1a1.swimming Sounds like the Col- the law, It l is, therefore I In Starke, Bradford County adopted by the 11 I
onel Is hitting somewhere around 11 i:M/1L'9'IOY 1 KIMOLVKU:!! : By this Hoard of Public Florida there being no newBpaperpubllHhed Ktructlon at Itt II''
; pool. the wet country Up In this coun- Instruction In special meeting In said. Special Tax School 21th day. of Jaw
/ At n upeclal meet In of the Hoardof t hiM the 26t th div of June 1'I2S! that IHHtrlct' No. A and I publication be for lutlons ate beliiK i
1; -o-- try we are so dry we think the Sa- Public IiiHlructlnn I if of llradfordt'ounty : : It IH expedient and for the bent Interests the '1'(01'10" of tour consecutive/ weeks, taneously heroes' ',
i Even the jazz drummers have their pet ailment It is rnlm Is where Rachel went to the Florida, which meetlnir was of Bald Special. Tax (School h"K on the 29th day of June to be be In dated the denomh Align'" -,i I,
: held I the 26th Ulatrlct l No 6 of rtrudford County, two.
; on day of June, 192H '
well.-DeLand News. You should there. he I UK present at such meetliKf Florida I that thin hoard on behalf ofaM r,. w. KiCKMTnn, Interest at the ru. "
+ i 1' called chronic tensoynovitis. go back to Sunday school for at I.V.. Klckllter JI I). May\ and A. IISurr '* district do .Issue and sells bonds ATTEST: Chairman of Board. of per annum puyulii,,
t on August 1st
..m-y and I If. WlKKinti, Secretary In the amount of 120,00000 for thepnipo Public Instruction of Bradford and I
0a"s leant a year. It was Rebekah who of said Hoard the following "e aa mated In said petition ( County, Florida. each year, both pi' ni' '
Farmers with flatwoods land can start in with ducks or went to the well.-Palm Beach In- ,to-wlc unonllolher: proceeding were had above UK referred IT FUUTHBrt l to : RnsOTVKD ir. n. 'VIOOINS.1'IIII'.I'lnt..IHlent Hoard, of Public set of otllce said of bondithe the II i ,

dependent That said bonds shall he In the denomination Instruction of Bradford County Hank I of N.tw >
ti if the rains keep presented a leoolu- York; :
up. tlon and upon motion of Member of $1,000.00 that bonds Florida and ex-olllclo Secretaryof new said bni i ;::
Xt $' -0- Hurrency seconded by Member 'shall hear date of August let said' l Hoard. follows*
o These are the days when one resolution was put before the Hoard May with. Interest thereon at the Rl:2f I'pon motion of :Member May..ec-. One thousand doll! \ ;('1'
14q The fellow who wanted to see the good old summer time takes an ear of corn, bares his and all member voting Aye and :Sty'" per cent per annum payable on onded hv Member Surrency, duly put each 1931 and of the One Iholl"I., .-
none' Nay, resolution wad adoptedsaid t the loot day of August and the let Hoard all member pres- year* i I'
} is the cool teeth, gnaws with a polish, and resolution being 1 In words and;: lay of February of each year, and I tnt voting Aye and None Nay. motion elusive.
r hunting spots. ,,
x now comes out of the ordeal with a llHrnren an follow.: urn bonds to become due and payable was carried, said motion being .ATTEST LW r
W11KUHAH, at as follow to the effect that the Secretary of : Chalrn.
a of
a ---- face full of butter.-Gainesville Jloard held on the 28th meeting day of June this, One) thousand. on August 1st. 1931 the Hoard he directed to cause the of Public Im
Miami Sun is blaming the late campaign with putting a few Sun. And a tummy full of corn.- signed 11I2H, tht'reVa by more presented than 25 a petition cent of and t lit,, one each thousand year of dollars the years on Amount J)12! to Hrnrtfonl following, County notice Telegraph to appear' a la paper? the ir. a wmaINS t"I'd, 10'1;

gray hairs on some editors' heads. Uradfor dCounty Telegraph. It Is per "title' Inclusive! The principal and published In Starke Bradford Coun- Secretary \
possible to secure t the last men-

; a tioned blessing out of a jug:, also

Chicago dry agents have been accused of accepting but the feeling Isn't quite as sat

A bribes. That is slander, if it cannot be proven. Isactory.--JOlIstilf Lake Region.
t The last method Is that of acquiring !
61 o : the blush like unto a Bradford -

;; 9 The greatest peril in kissing is not. in the germs transmitted strawberry, that you fellows t I stone Built 'yrr

but getting caught in the act. have been fussing about. However
I It Is not located on the cheek but.

{ o upon the Ilrobosdll.--\Iadhmn!\ ICn- ,hr I'7h !4

'' PallAGraphers will hold their next jubilee at Ocala :Monday terprlse-Uecorder. -

f; Hope the goat is out of order that day. ---0--
folks have a hard time
l t r ; o-- trying to live down the election.

1 Miami Beach Sun says women are always trying to find : Some of those who were elected T fj

out the thing they would rather not know. : Keeni.to have a worse grouch than 5
r I 1 the smiling ones who were defeat ,
o-- ed. It never pays to carry an

t i Wish someone would explain how the PallAGraphers election grouch around. If you

) "f manage to hold their annual meetings quarterly have been successful: you should lIiit1: I t tS
remember that four years Is a
ti el o short lima to hold office If you !

4 Palm Beach Independent says the dictionary does not have been defeated you should S Y -
remember the same thing.!: So forget -
contain sufTicient mean words to describe the hit-and-run
the primary and get buck to
driver. work This Is a free country and

0--- folks will always vote as they

,'S''' S Calla }prediction! ; that Florida will go Republican if Smithis please, talk as they pleane write
as they please, so please forget!: It
nominated by the Democrats mightvturn out like his statements and pass the cigars again.-Uustls S

,; t ( about his own. strength before the primary. Lake Region I //4
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I&e o i ,
e Key West may get reams of publicity r
It's tough on the tires but perhaps those holes at street upon the Invention of a new

t5 intersections of the newly paved streets are placed there for a dance called 'rhe nil n..na." One u % r TV\hJlrt

} for mortal to New York !paper Interested In the
purpose too deep ordinary comprehend.
new dance wants 'know If I It ?! ER
tS o is a shuffle or a skip,-Tlmes-Un- l L Alr..1:

Tampa Times steps out with the statement that some Ion. Wo heard of a man who stepped !

t ; i of those: who are most shocked at the sight of a pretty girl on a banana and sat that one $ 94 30 X 3y CORD
4i 4iCO
out.-Madison Enterprise-Record
i tf 'F smoking a cigarette are descended from a long line of snuff- er. The banana dance should a pealto Ji" CORD

all. ll
q dippers. Tarpon Springs Loader ij

a \Ve suppose there will be largo Ill $6

bunches bunging around( the floors II
55 ,t I Scientists who keep trying to find new germs transmit trying to learn to do It.--Clermon cl

Press Is this Banana preliminary

subt ; to tho Black Bottom?-Pain 1

r Beach Sun AVhen there "ain't" no I
pastime. s
.- buiianns we presume Ihey will Call
t r o on something else DcLund News

i 1r t Ever: stop to think that when you pay 35c for a picture i all Evidently skinned this Mndlxon new dance Enterprise has[them(
show ticket, GOc for a..baseball game, and then drop a thin I Recorder.0
1 t 1 I
lime in tile church collection plate you are a piker?-Clcr- _
t 'I.00011.01.09001..90.0..f1 C .
,1 mont Press. No, you are: just a normal human being d


Dixie county's: law enforcement officers are in the toils Miss. I'.sslo Snpji' Cor. ..

t of the federal government. Dixie county, with its big e.................. 1...

it swamps, some day will be known as the bootleggers' last New River, June 23.-Mrs. S. The famous Oldfteld Tire has been taken over by'Fire- tough non-skid tread and rut-protected sidewalk sell-
stone the
from Oldfield
-, stand. C. Crews is on the sick Hat this Tire Company. For over fouryears ing at the low prices we are ,
motorists! paid higher for offering.
prices this
., quality
'I ,.1.1a week, but we wish her
a speed
tire to the
Oldficld distributors and dealers than for Au1LCarwe have amazing values In Firestone-
t recovery. any other standard high quality tire. built y ,
{; Y a Anyway, the Hathaway papers can get a lot of satisfaction Mr. and !Mrs. W. J. Rutledge is Now you can get them here for leas than othersaving no matter what enabling price you us to want assure to you a big
any pay.
4 # out of the acknowledgment by the Tampa Times that the visiting frelnds and relatives here. standard tire, thanks to Firestone economies in manuOur helpful service
charges Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Johns and facture and distribution. S gets out of these tires all the mlles
made that
by Carlton Firestone
against the builds
state road chairman Miss into them We
Elsie are a Mrvice-giv-
Sapp visitors
; were for were to We also have the rugged, serviceable Courier Tire and ing organization that stands back
political of tire lIelL
purposes only and did not imply\ that he was Lake*Butler Friday. Courier Tubes which are made for us by Firestone. Our every we

t 1 dishonest. ed Rev.his Williams regular from appointment Starke till-at : 'Never before have we heard of an,, oversize tire, with Jt give service you full lasts value.through the life of the tire. W. make.

1 Y o Long Bridge Sunday. : Come In today. W will cave you money and serve
you better
Messrs. >V J. Rutledge and Ever-

ette Renfroes were business visitors -

I .FRoM- -OTHER--- -- ------ PENS II.ii. Mr.to nEST and Lake Mrs.FOR Butler J.OLD C.Saturday Pringle POI.KS and J.W. ANDREWS Jr.

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Advocate, thinks there ought to flashlight on the ..y tem.
pictures of
costumes 1 the liver and
keep the bile
flowing, '
have been a candidate for the office worn at the next town fire atter 2 1 no off days, no chock to the lyitem. STARKE

( a of "tax: reducer." They are all"reducers" a. m. Let's see; some of the young SIITCHELL'9 DHUQ STORE; FLA.nRADI'ORD : .

L until they get elected. folks should be getting In about
Times-Union. that time. Times-Union. LANE'S PILLS .
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