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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Keystone Previously reported, qts. __ __ ---- _._____________2,313,248 i ;:
Heights Road

1fPPENENGf Shipments for week ending Apr. 24th _______.___ 147,42-3 Observed Here Friday ij', S

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J...' d !t'i1.si1ger Hdu'lnlt'M ailing\ for bids on )hardsurfaclngstate $426,354 BoostIn Total shipments to Apr 21th (1t$. ----____L.._____2,490,672!) Gas Tax Paid I Members of every fraternal or- rt'

I 1 MI<" 'us 1 last Sunday the Sen- road 28 between Rtnrke and ganization: In Bradford county. '

",,1, I im miner I train sched- Keystone Heights according to the State Costs Receipts} previously; reported ...._., ------______$602,022.96!) $2,517,667.03For their families and friends are Invited .j
,-I",, effect eliminating the :' notice! to contractors being run In YJ
I'I the Receipts for week ending Apr. 21th ___._______ __ 17,600.88 I to observe Fraternal Day In .I;
S i t.''dim. aiul changing) the Tallahassee Dally UomocratTho ( Next Two Years Education .

arrival of the remaining notice calls for bids on projects Slarke noxt }o'rldaylay! :3rd. 8
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,S The schedule I U carried 717 and 700-A In Dradford Total receipts to Apr. 21th n. _$700,713.81 p. m., ut the Woman's Club Each S
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"IS BIlfII/.I'I ComnilMMloii. lst;,. linutte' $I I,. I
S 1",1',i page of this Issue. and Clay counties, a distance of (>oxiJO.: ItriKlfoicl (''Ullt|>'H Minute UtirlnjtMIK one it Invited to take part/ in thin i
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-.--- approximately 12,0 miles, bids robe County bean movements to date hprs. 18,104 Moid IIM NI7! li.: : itt first nhxervanco of Its! kind to be '
$27,156.00Irish
:North$
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I I. II opened by the board at lOa. in.. held in the
i : Moore and( family, who May 15th. Florida's operating expense for Potato movement reported, hprs. 926 926.00 -- the county( spoiiHorcd by If 1
Tallaliasni'e. Woodmen
1 Circle
the next two Is April 1 11!) Gasoline and Woodmen 'J
years expected to
i Iii rm on the Mlddleburg I This Is the only road work ad- of ) of theVol'lIl. : S
S exceed her 1927-29 appropriationsby users Florida t through I the ( Bring, a fruleinaloplrlt ,

i 'm HI Stern's mill, left Sun- I vcrtlHed to be taken up at themeeting $420,.164, This wu* "shown In Receipts for 10 weeks ending Apr. 24th $737,705.81 payment of ft tax of one rent upon, with you, join In I the test lviI ; r '
I I',,si i Hannibal, N. Y., where on !May ICth, and no statement each I
.1 I' gallon of gasoline ten renew old
the recommendations of the state -------- -- ._-- consumedpaid ( acquaintances and \\l :
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will spend( the summer has been Issued by the board ------ \!
\ $$2,517,667.0:1 make
II" : the common new ones.Fraternal :
budget commission for :: f
TflSSU1', !Mr, Moore spends the relative to the New River! bridge made public. 1929-31 FORCES ORGANIZED TO WAGE\ it boots of tlui state from" July, organizations In the : ? I
,', mouths on his farm In this and the short stretch of graded I l''> I
V. ;r !9 l27 to Ar-ril.: 102! :!: according) / to county, taking part In this event 1 \
that living In Flor- road west of Lake Butler both The commission's estimate of thestate's ,, '
of
11. iltulInK I figures compiled at Ihe state department are: Woodmen Circle Woodmen of '
1,1,1' I in'uis existing I In New York which are to be let for early con- necessary expend'tuure for I of public Inlll met lout. the World. Kantern Star. Masons "I

." ,,," while) snow and Ice predlmtx struction.Intention of the state road department the OOS.3.10.95 next two, as years compared totalled with$11-the I FIGHT ON MEDITERRANEAN FLY I The 1)110 cent gas; tax: was! authorized Odd Fellows, J Knights of Pyt bias. \ S

'5 Shrlners, Yeomans, Modern \Vood-
1 by the '
legislature: of 1927 t
,
I to let contract on the $10B81Cfi.04!) appropriated for ) ,

H. x IIh"I'jC" to ()ttlI' two projects between Starke and the Inst two years. In addition, I Gainesville. Kla. With the for a two-year period. A )portion men. JS f
of the Sponsors of the lay have announced -
proceeds wnn applied the
to .J
in rtosenberg of Plant Cityi Keystone Heights within three the budget for 1929-31 included first exlctement! following the announcement Green Requests common schools and the other the following: program for "

i i t impn, has rented the buildS weeks means a great deal to the iietegwary expenditures of $1,980.- of the discovery of the to the the evening:
part erection of
S .1 l 'mcrly occupied by I the Or- section' of country between the two 590 for certain state liiHtil utlons !Medlteiruneun fruit fly In Florida $500,000 As Sum t the higher Institutions", I I buildingsat of learn- Prayer. )Ic

,,' AT Black Tea room and will towns, and will do much to stimulate maintained -by federal funds and 'about past the forces! of the State ''nj, The Salute to the Flag. r i
; extra one tent gas tax )
S ,i brunch store I there within Ihe opening of a good farming by special taxation, which broughtthe I Plant Hoard and the federal gov-( To Combat Fly provision was Included in an art Opening Song, "It's a Good

"i M t few days. !Mr. Hoseiiiii8 section southeast t of Starke now total operat'ng expense for I irnment have settled down to the the : Time to Jet Acquainted."
(creating PubIc! free school\
S operated several stores I without hard surcfaced roads. the next two years to $ i 2.998- : task of eradicating the pent from fund, :' \\>. <'ome Address by the mayorof

.' "j"i and needs no Introduci ..- 920.95. The expenditure for the the infested area In Orange and Solon 1'igcM <(<'oii.-tldrralloii of I'A'- Stmke. S (S

in the citizens", of ths: sectionS xpeclul state institutions did not I Seminole( counties.Headquarters Nlntlon. In Dude county alone t the ono-
i Extra Session to I'lfcbt; I>r 'ad l'ct Speaker on }Fraternity. ,:
enter Into the budget commission's cent tax yield revenue to the corn
S I i state. for the workers I The Mummy Song. ,
.. gtntral estimate. mon sl'honls aggregating $23:) I 1.- (
I School Board have been established", In the oldcourthouse Washington, Apr. 20.-ftepresentallve Musical Number.' 5' '1
I-] I'VIM.! ItlltllllHKllHil : ;More Than Half From Taxes 29915. the depiiitinenl'g compilation -
in Orlando and boo Green'D: ( ) of Florida. today t shows. Short Fraternal Talks.
0 Rivers cnn he termed the The two year figure provides for tween 50 and 60 men are now on asked lion HO lenders to permit Hlllaborough I obtained Parting Song, "We Are Nearing 11

1 i''ihuKa'' king of Bradford county, I Board met In called session I expenditure each :year of li,494- duty. This number includes\ 10 confederation of legislation authorizing 72( $101,008.87 Polk ; Duval) $118,999.-/ the Kud of a Fraternal Day" ,
; $167.081.01. and PlnelhiH
"5' 1. usi' until his crown is taken April IB, at 8 o'clock p. m.. and 46U.47. Estimated miscellaneous federal Inspectors who have been / federal co-operation I In 'a Box supper for everyone. Come
} $10t {
,,170.76. A total of
.1,,00 by some other grower with j jih. I was called to order by Chairman revenue, accord'ng: to the budget engaged In eradication of the campaign aga'nnt. the Mediterranean 200.l $111- and join III with your friends. '

.. noodg( to back his claim. In a I I H. I). May. The following\ members -, commission's report Is counted on Mexican fruit fly In'Texas. fruit fly, which is menacingthe was paid out In Jackson -,-------.----- (S ,

i ,,1,,'k load( of rutabagas; brought; were present: If. D. !May and to provide $2,650,000 of this Florida citrus crop. county.
Tit's! Is the first discovery of the STRAWBERRIES
10 tnwn Saturday to fill orders A. n. Surrency. amount, leaving an annual amountof The legislation, he declared. Is The figures! were prepared by

i I'' "m local stores, he exhibited a Col. A. !S.,! Crews who met with $3,844.iCO'.47 to be raised by Mediterranean fruit fly on continental to meet an emergency and should the department for the use of legislators ;- ?

i,in, that weighed 16 pounds !Mr. I I lbe board stated the purpose of taxation. North America. This fly In be undertaken despite the decls'on who desired to ascertain SHOW INCREASE 4

'H S i I' stated'he had about an acre I the meeting, to-wit: arranging The largest items comprisingthe regarded; by authorities as one of of houso leaders' to limit the scope I the progress made by the terms of :

to the vegetable and I Ii Bond Increase of the 1929-31 budget the most serious iimect pests of the public free school fund att. t S:4 ;
'n" planted ] w til Massachusetts! & citrus of the present session. lie Introduced Strawberries shipments from St
and other fruits in J
i h ,II! .tlreacly sold:! seven truck loads. Insurance Company for thecomIpletlon over that for 1927-29 are contained warm climates.At \ grown a hill authorizing an appropriation Application of the one-rent tax t the 81 arke-La wtey sect Ion for the 1

I of the Lawtey school In estimated m'scellaneous: of $500,000 to be used In for the educational) liiBtltutlons week ending Apr 24th showed l an j

impose l of ]J Itllllll'I| I;{ building expenditure of approximately a meeting of the plant board eradication) : of the fly. I brought tile imposition by t ltd state Increase over the previous week, '
Mure, than 150 gallons: of wined on April 15 a quarantine was upon eiirh gallon of gasoline I to S
I Mr. Frank Mujrencly) of Bos- $300,000 and for state comptroller 1'47,1.2(1Ill1rtlS& being shipped. for .
I I in gallons of liquor, allS placed on the movement within (five cents.
C. Luff of Jacksonville and motor vehicle department Orlando, 20.-The
lon, Mr. Harry Apr. state this week, an compared to 08.800 ; ,
,,.If.! .- colors and 1 smells were Florida of all fruits and certain During' this nine months lwrlod
of than for
gains $125,000 board
I represented the Bonding / more plant today drew Its net quarts for the week before Prices! ,
impid Into the storm sewer at1! vegetables/ from Orange; and Sem- Bradford county received from the S
the two The total of these
Company !at this meeting. years. tighter over the area of Central however showed( an average decline -
the ,courtbanse Tuesday,afternoon.nliciugh I I bole counties A Similar quarantine Plata the sum of $$17,435: to up g
I The hoard Inslrucfeil the secre- Items, and others which show minor Florida quarantined because of the of 5 ('entsor\ : this week, the I
\ the event was unheralda meet with the increase Is reduced through has been placed on Inter- Invasion the \ ply on'fhcS 'public wli6ols\ of the
1 tal') A. .I.. Cirlffls to by Mediterranean average price being/ paid this week
,nl$ sizable crowd gathered state movement of such fruit and county; Baler county, $20.774.14 ; .
| representatives of the bond company I various savings to the $426,3114fiRul'e. fruit fly.While. being 12 cents. Trucks are taking
,'sIlfli, before operations were1i. vegetables the Clay, $12,652.64 Union.: I S SI
i school buIld- Leading the departmentswhere by federal uuthoillles. national ; $1 1'J.- '
the Lawtey
at I guardsmen kept (Ihe bulk of the shipments from S
",i.' than fairly underway and as- InS Wednesday morning at 8:30: reduction Is hrown are the I fruit from moving out of the Infcsted 16 ; Alachua. $83,432.02.:. Hlurke and considerable from Law- c ,, ,

"i.iiice' was freely offered to them ()'('lOCk and with a competent ar- hotel commission, with a saving Co-operation between state and district, a force of seven- tey, although shipments from Law

." .K In their work of dellll'uc-I rhilect I I nee'lire necessary I Information of $68,725, and the state plant federal forces( for the eradication: ''tytwo'trained state and federal Large Acreage tey by refrigerator cars for this I

I 1111"! needed for the board to make board- with $100,000 less than was of the pest has been worked outs' entomologlHt and workers scoured week amounted to 12 cars.

S- Bond Company given to It during the last two between Dr. Wllmon Newell the Of Sweet Corn
IlicIkist WeeklyHi'iently I' an agreement with the plant countryside for 100 miles To date strawberry shipments '

a local subscriber mallirt for completion of the Luwtey years. commissioner for the state. and In every direction from this city, equal 131 I refrigerator cars of 180

his", copy of the Telegraph: to a I 1)11 lId log. I $!IOOOO( ( for Governor Dr. C. L. Marlatt, chief of the looking for traces of (the pest. No The sweet In this I crates each, 77,831 crates or 2.- ,

(trlencl In his old home town In I Outstanding. .among1salary. .recommendations plant. --quarantine- administration- of new Infestations were reported today ....,".Inn .....111... Av"aA.1 corn.. acreage"fl/\O .".".,....., 490,672 quarts sold for a season f'
Alabama, trying to Induce him to I Board adjourned to meet at iu is that to continue tne u. S. Department of Agricul the quarantine area remain- In' H..H.the Q" vvv V va average of 28 Vic per quart. Of
opinion of J. H. Moore of
move to Florida. In a letter acknowledging o'clock Wednesday, April 17. payment of $10,000 a year to the ture. Dr. Marlatt has spent several Ing as set on Tuesday. the shipments hawley shipped 235

receipt of the paper I Board met with H. I>. !May and governor. The original requestto days In Florida looking over the Meanwhile\ because the Infestation Lawtey, who wits a visitor to cars, Blarku 199! cam

Hip friend wrote that the Tele- j I A. B. Surrency present board called the budget commission from : situation.No extends throughout this Starke Friday, an I IK'reuse over Beans, squash and Irish potatoes i '

Kiaph was the best weekly paper to order by H. D. !May. the chief executive placed his salary : officials! statements have city and to neighboring commercial the acreage devoted to this product ( are going out In carlots every day ; 5
lust
This Is
he has! ever had the pleasure of After hearing report of repre- at $9,000, but the board declined come from those In charge of the proves, Dr. Wllmon Newell, year. crop a : heavy shipments being made from
profitable ,
reading, that he likes the prospect entatlves of t the Massachusetts to make the suggested cut work but It is conceded that the state plant commissioner and chiefof closely very after the strawberry one following and practically every station in the

facing the berry growers In this Bond & Insurance Company and A similar situation arose In regard situation Is serious. Citrus grow- the eradication forces! pleaded bonn and commands county. Drownlee Bros., buyers ,

section and very likely would the secretary of the board. the to the salary of the attorney ers and shippers In the vicinity of with citizens to destroy the fruit crops In the, northern markets.a goodprice on the local platform lire buying ,

move here during! this year. board decided .employ Frank general. The department request Orlando state that they have complete on trees standing on lots within' and shipping In carlots from several '
Outlook
for a heavy yield this
Frlmmer as architect to supervise called for $5500 while the com confidence that the forces at the city. yearIs railway points In the county;

.\fI4r luHtofllc QUIII.tc'rN the completion of the Lawtey missioner's recommendation 'is work will succeed In eradicating The few trees around the many verypromlslng the shipping sea. beans bringing $1.50 a hamper :i ,

Reds are being: called for on a school bulld'ng: as per contractor $6000. In general the salaries of the pest, and have pledged their I homes here, said Dr. Newell, present son! Mr.to open Moore about the 25th of May. and Ited miss potatoes $1 hamper. 'fJ S

building to house the local post- T._ ir. Emerson and Massachusetts other state department heads remained co-dperatlon. a serious menace to the surrounding left Sunday for Ft.MP.l.IA :'
--- ___ h..rA.. .._. .n. ._>*tnalslacil_ 1,1.. n**MA_ -
oftlce quarters for a period of five Bond & Insurance Company, unchanged.The country, since ripe fruit on "''' '''V' U'V U'Q- ForlIelTIorial .

and ten years, according to notice Board Instructed secretary to budget as reported for the Is hanging on many trees, offeringa age Is about ready for shipment. Program ,t

posted In the lobby.( The present notify Blggers & Glass, architects University of Florida and theFlor'lda. ROYALL CASE guest place for the flies. It will Shipping from that Hectlon will be '

lease expires In December of Tampa, Florida, that this board State College for Womenwas not be enough precaution to dump over before the Bradford county Day 13
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''hi* year. As Starke has been had dispensed with their services recommended only In aggregate BEING HEARD this fruit or throw It away hap- crop Is ready for.market.

rated in the second class for overa I as architects on the Lawtey school amount, since the individual hazardly said the plant commis Under", the auspices of the W. T. 'j i _

year, it is entitled to a govern-I building.Mr. items had been previously Investigated Inquiry Dl.srloHO. .. Tbnt Accountant sioner. Corn Crop May Weeks Chapter, U. l). 'C., there d S______
lent building and a move Frank Mulready asked that by the state board of control. S will be memorial
Mcdil! Employed: lly Curl I on to day exercises thin
made for our congressman to Introduce all bills or claims against; the Law- Appropriations suggested for the act KvMonce: I'nhl l Out of lloiull Wll.LMM HK.VI.VMI.V; HICKS Bring Community afternoon at two-fifteen o'clock in '

a bill to provide funds forth tey job, held by this board, be biennium for the state universitytotal >rutrtmcnt .'1111I1... the high school auditorium. tt ti

purchase of a site ami erection -' forwarded to Marks, Marks & $$1,498,304. tot the wom- Jacksonville, Apr. 23.-William $33,600 In GoldFt. Chaplain-General 14.V, Kick'v,. ((5,

of a building.I'iikirt Holt, attention Mr. Holt. Graham en's college over the same period, Tallahassee, April 23. -- Disclosure Benjamin Hicks, 39, of 1218 }Kant: liter, a vet,,'ran of the sixties, will

'building Jacksonville, Florida, attorneys 1069537.! that the salary of O. F. Ashley street, died at the residence he the speaker of the day. and the 1I
Otflcers'hief Oth.m"lIlltN) Meade April 19.--The "unit-
I'fi fly this
( for bonding company; McCall accountant, employed by of his mother, Mrs. J.V.. Chapter Historian, Mrs. n. A. ,
notified Wed- i iI lion dollar" 1'0111fon\ Alvarez Other amounts recommendedfor
was request was granted Covernor Carlton to secure evidence Hicks, 3124 Nolan street, Monday\ Weeks, !assisted by Mrs. .IJ.! L.
nc' No further business I In the case against J. B. following a long illness Mr.\ Hicks Biggs/! and Mrs. A.oj. Wall, have f "
'IWo, men in It under Mon executive office crop. The high winds!! however, ;
apparently. meet the first : $106,400 ;
adjourned to had been a resident of Jacksonville arranged: the following Interesting ,
[
Royall, suspended /game nun) fresh ,
UK influence of liquor, was headed day In May. secretary of state, $70,280 ; comptroller I for about twenty-three following: the heavy "shower did l program: .
water fish commissioner paid years S
was
rot :Starke'; from the direction of Chairman. $386.100 : attorney gen- nome damage, but, nothing to be _
If D. May. from state road department funds coming here from Starke, Fla. For OrchestraHigh; !School.'! ,
Uniu.y and he awaited their commit Secretary. oral, $53,700); state treasurer, alarmed over. A big rain was _
J. Orlffls, t' .
A. wan made in the senate committee three or four months prior to his (:'horus-"Here They Come, Our _
near the high school building $96,100 agriculture. $278,100 needed and It came In time to
S ; ; death he Soldier Boys So Brave", the
was employed barber : by
hearing which opened today. as a S
The : TAKi: A HOOT: make a bumper roasting ,
driver was being supported (U 4 HAI.KS public instruction, $107,400 ; supreme ear crop school.
at 105 Main street. lie
McCall occupied the stand during was a .
M' his companion and when halted court, $177,198 railroad Approximately 1000) acres are
;
both member of the St. Andrews Episcopal Quartette 'Tenting On the ,
and afternoon
sales In Bradford .morning devoted, to corn In the }Fort Meade _
by the officer the driver dropped Gasoline commission $143,500 ; shell fish "
March sessions. The Information regarding church. Besides his parentshe Old Camp Ground, !Mrs. I). K.
of i
a p'nt! bottle of on the county during the month commission: $98,640 and vicinity and corn experts! figure 4
liquor the ; game his salary was brought out In Is survived by his widow, Mrs. J Knight, Mrs. Id 0' I... Biggs; William
Pavement, breaking It. A search ihowed an increase over fish commission. $403,460 boardof that approximately seventy five S
; cross-examination which also Nellie Hicks, one sister, Mrs.\ Lloyd Duncan and John Powell. _
of his another reported for February, the lurloads of green corn will be the
disclosed amount health, $665,430 and miscellaneous. -
companion ; showed Itehber ,', of JackaonvMIe: and one Heading "Southland"frB.! .
that he had been employed
pint. Hoth placed In the figures as reported by the Inspection '- $1,417,098 the state net yield. As there are 4t8 crates I _____
; _
. were during the last campaign by the brother J. L. Hicks, also of Jack- L. O. Powell, i _
<< department of agriCulture I to: the car, and ai: $1 per crates
bureau
"iinty Jail. where the driver gave road department budget, which Is sonville. Funeral services have Vocal solo "Carry Me Buck
present to Investigate q
governor
his name as W. A. Patton of Bush- being_ 80,970_ gallons._for. set at $355,640 for the two year .h"; ......'npA., n' .hA ..,.,,.l .1'0. _'_ not been rnmnletod__ __ hut__ __ will.._ ha.._ __the__ _guaranteed.: _.. .. _._price_ .,.this would. I to lid, Virginia"- !Mr. John Pow- .i ,
, nell Ills companion declined to ; March and 58,251::: ior reoruar period, exceeds the previous bien- raent.'''U YoU U. "'U 'uu u- announced later n by the Seashole unionnt ia '33.I>UU ior toe "SOUHOII ell.

Rive either hs! address. Kerosene used was given as 8,320 nlum appropriation by 41860. green corn crop.J. .
name or }Funeral parlors. Chorus-School.
for March, 6,981 for February. HUt work In connection with the H. Moore, of Lawtey, well
Address Chaplain-General L.
SaIIlI'Ia)' Night Traffic For the state, /gasoline consumption -' KAIt.KOAP FHJIITINC1ItKFItUiKItATOIl Royall case, McCall admitted, was Numerous buildings under construction known "corn king," will arrive In W. Klckllter.

That Starke has practically for March showed an Increase : ; ItATKS: carried on after the governor's removal In Davenport with prospects Fort Meade Sunday and will make Orchestra-Dixie. .

doubled Its trade with completionof of nearly two million gallons 22.- I order had taken effect. bright for largest building his city his home until after the The J. J. Dlcklaon Camp wilt

now highways through this section 48,803 gallons being reported as Richmond, Va., Apr. 23.-Six The seven charges upon which program In history of city during. corn season, which is estimatedto be entertained by a luncheon at .
i Is shown by the Increase of used during March as against 20- trunk line railroads were to seekan the chief executive based his suspension present year. last from six to eight weeksor -
twelve-thirty, at the cafe, by
business by practically every busing 598,621 gallons for February. injunction against an order of of rtoyall were made public he will stay here Just as long as given
the local U.
D. C. Chapter. Mrs.\
house In Starke The SatUrday -S the interstate commerce commission for the first! time today. They been unsuitable tor tne purpose. he can lecure green corn at $1 S
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trade especially puts a strainon ;;.\r(.HT iv rt'T.\\ In a statutory court here this Included alleged placing of fictitious It was learned at the start of per crate, all crate: material bang lee L. A will Davis act and hostesses.Mrs. J. M. Brown- ? .

the personnel of many stores to afternoon. Their petition It names upon the game department the hearing today that Governor furnished the grower---and the as

handle and It appears to be steadily The Palatka' Dally News of Apr. granted would restrain the Inter. payroll; charges of excessive Carlton would have witnesses In crates are already at the ware- i A committee at the school '

< Increasing Cars Saturday at- 20lh carries an account of the arrest state commerce commission from expenditures in personal expense:< addition to McCall to present his house. building will receive flowers to betaken ,

ll< : ''loon and night line every main of O. L. Uluener of Bradford requiring the railroads to put Into accounts, as well as in operationof case, while subpoenas were said to Mr. :Moore will have his headQuarters to soldiers'Crosby cemetery and placed S

and side street for blocks around county, with a Ford coupe con- effect May 1 reduced refrigerator the department: alleged violation have been Issued for 37 witnessesto at the Fort Meade Hotel, The on graves. invited 4

"i* main business section. AddItional taining ten 6-gallon JUgs of liquorby car charges on fruits vegetablesand ot the state game laws; alleged support Hoyall's answers to the and he expects to begin shipping public cordially :

| trade territory will be deputies working out of the other perishable products. unauthorized. employment of charges Among the latter was some roasting ears from here next Bartow-Contracts S-awarded for .. s
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"T,'wn open with the completion sheriffs office. According to the C counsel to defend a deputy game former Governor John \V. Martin, : week.: The Leader Is asked to say electrical, plumbing and heating S

or the road from Brooker to Lais'1 paper Rlsener plead guilty to the I I Jacksonville Atlantic Coast warden charged with murder, and who was expected here late tonight' that all\ farmers who have corn equipment o'f new Juniorseniorhigh S

ie the state farm road to charge of transporting liquor and Line Railroad will enlarge warehouse charges of expenditure of n large or early tomorrow from Jacksonville 'o sell and Interested In establishing school _

Ralford and from both directions was assessed $500 and cost or six I I No. 8 by erection of large sum for building a fish hatcheryon to pffer his testimony for the a cash market here to get In Wells being drilled for new water

Cn state road 28. !months In the county: jail. brick addition. a site which was said to have leposed state official. touch with Mr. Moore. plant at Delray Beach..4. .






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:(r Georgia Ilaynes, Kitty Hogsed i :i'I IWhO can tell the name of the sweet I Mamie Crawford of Plant. i 1"1\ '

: R Johns Lois Long, Sinclair Peek Pretty lass who hangs her little Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae orv,,,,
I ILEGISLATIVE ] BRADFORD I do Misses Muriel and Rachel .
[ NEWS : sii'
: I Margaret Prevatt Dorothy Swan- : head, cox of Starke and Miss Luclii" "lid,,,(j
l born,. In the moss and the grass? Mr B. J. McRae of Waldo
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL Eighth grade: John Inman Messrs. Basil:! McRae
-------------------- I 'j That is Miss Violet She's playln and 1 I., -i,. r
._ Enclosing a clipping) from the wilt and other Insect and fungus Mary Brownlee, Luclle Edwards lbpeep.tVo'11 Crosby were visiting inPond <'', I .Tnn.. .Vtt. ...*" tin. Hoe tin nee. Louise
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f Pensacola News of April 13. descrIbIng affecting watermelons, will be sup find her If the grasses don
1 HTl'.NT MUI1T IS! er at chapel last Thursday, Rev, Marcotte. Messrs. Arthur McRae and
hide her too deep. 'J"\I
effect the
the possible! on ported by members from every
A RIG SITCKS: Rooks gave a fine and useful Ninth grade: Bernice Bradley, Crosby were visiting in Wailio
schools and teaching crops of Ea: part of Florida, according to ad- |
talk of especial benefit to the Patsy Brinson Louise Edwards Tell me what you think she I Is Sunday afternoon.
cambla county should any of the vices received here by the local A capacity crowd filled 1 the BIt. young people. Ben Sternberg. trying to say; Misses Mottle, Ellen, and Cam' ,
gasoline tax be diverted from the chamber of which has S. auditorium Tenth Guy Andrews
commerce, last Friday night grade: of April Belle Norman were visiting in tli,
This tiny little daughter H '
school system aa at present ap- been conducting an educational and hugely/: enjoyed a gain stunt I B. II. H. HO.NOIt ROLL, SIXTH Milton Brownlee Alice Fernandez, and May. section Sunday afternoon I

piled, Tom A Yon, congressman campaign stressing the serious night. The bountiful program- MONTH Merrill Futch, Richard Long, Muriel Look and you'll find, but you'll Mr. Floyd Crosby was traiim' l u
I from the third district writes in I consequences to the Industry If 15 acts of merry making, stretched -- ; Silcox, Rachel Silcox, Hazel Have to be spry- ing business In Ocala Tuesda'
the same mail as follows: "I means of control and preventionare from eight until nearly eleven Low first: Florence Mersereau, Ann 'Whlte. Oh there Is pretty Miss Violet .

haven't had time to study the proposed not discovered Watermelonsare p m", and more than lived up tall Maragaret Anne Malpas, Jean Davie Eleventh grade: Jeanette Johns she's winking her eye. \PT1ST i,
plan of lifting the bonded commercially grown In 52 of extravagant, prophecies of Its Tommy Ritch, Ralph Rhodes Eva Marcotte, Edna Stansbury, !I
debt from the counties, and until the 67 counties of the Lester Hazel Underhill,
: r state as' success. I flu rch hart., Margaret Pearce., Sponholtz Sunday school at 10 a. m. (i...t 1
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? the actual measures are Introducedand evidenced by yearly shipments in Murrah Rooks' impersonation of -- Twelfth grade: Elmer McMillan/ ....... ..... ........ us make it 100 for next Sunday '
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their content studied I cannot carload lots. Prof. Dowling; in the mock teach- Marian Dowllng Margaret! Lowry, I Nolan. Canova Dorothy Sapp. I. Rising J: Worship at 11 a. in. j 1
Jack Halle. Miss Olive Ray .
I will
myself fully. say ers'
express meeting-stunt fourteen At the evening service I
at
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Jewett Fogg, Percy Thomas, SIXTH UIlADi: ITI'ILH M/8S/ Iris McIUie, Cor; p,
right: here, however, that I am The Ten Commandments wouldbe was by far the hit of the evening Juanita Barefoot, Margaret Higglnbotham WHITK POEMS m., an interesting program will t tit, t|.
absolutely opposed to divertingthe blazoned across the walls of But It would be Impossible to Allle Mae Slade. Mrs. \ ........................ presented by about thirty of 'th" j I
gas tax from county roads and every school room in Florida, If point out an act not thoroughlycrobactl's" children from Arcadia !
fund for II C. Ritch, teacher. The sixth grade of which Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby and ) our Orphnu !
schools create
to help a Senator Stewart militant
repre- enjoyed. a fine exhibition children
\ Home. These j jtertulned
for First B, low second A1: Marcus Miss Gruber Is teacher has been family and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. will be "i 11. i
Interest and fund
sinking
from has
sentative his
Fernandlna of tumbling, given by In Starke '
; homes Stw'I!'I
Crms: Elaine Edwards, Alice Peterson studying: poetry Two of the most Norman were chopping In Jack- our
bonded counties and districts
heavily Senator Stewart Introduceda Sebrlng
way. Raymond and Peek, was day night and provided with '
of the state. My district bill In the Florida Miss Fredrlka Struth, delightful are printed below. Both sonville Saturday. sin'
: legislature readily the classiest feature of the We would
on Sunday. be 'I
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per gni
teacher. ot Plant ;
4 t would be at a great disadvantage providing a $25 fine for failure to program, while the Spoofen and are original. Miss Rosa Campbell
to have our neighboring
Second Nlta Toruella, weeks with Bupti t tcongregations
few
j j ? under the proposed plans, as I un-, post the "Ten Commantlir"9nts of Flnney h'gh diving stunt, the grade: City is spending a
Mildred Melle Silcox Lewis of this come in to this s"J-i
Thlgpen her s'ster! Mrs. M L.
AprilBy ,
der tho proposed plans as I un I he Christian religion" on the wall flivver Hide, and the Capers of vice all are interested in
as thin
derstand that bond firm by the' of class I Louise Sullivan Lillian Mosely, ( Donald McRae. ) section.
a every room. Boaco, the marvelous horse were
for the
name of Drown & Crummer Co., among the most clever.A Gloria Johns, Clara Flume Nettie April is the month of showers Mr. C. A Crosby was transacting !- work of caring orphan elm
Dowling, Era Edwards Mary Har With its sunshine and Its rain business In Gainesville Saturday dren.
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a Is trying to have It put over. Andrews, Union and Cone. Bakery wrestling match between Bozo ; I
To authorize the board of McGoof and Ikey Yoky-floster riet. Bishop, Ida Mae Andrews, It has put forth buds and flowers ritisu\TKiu.\\: :
A, Z. Adklns Jr., Joe Hlgglnboth- That the Misses Muriel and Rachel Sll
1 you see upon plain.
Governor Carlton was asked If commissioners of state institutions drew a large share of laughs as
the administration plan is the to co-operate with the state did Dr. Quack, M. D., and Dr. am. Inman Green Julian Grime, cox spent the week-end with Mr. 10 a, m. Sunday school, J. MTrubj ,
q Brown-Cummer plan for county relief road department for completion ofa Foolus magician "Variety," Plan- McKay Johnson \Vernon Silcox, April days are long and sunny. and Mrs. C. C Crosby ', supt.
,ly lie replied that it distinctly hard surfaced road from the tation Days" "The Private of Cal Melvin Grlffls Docia Smith Pansy April night are short and still;, A social was given by the CorInth 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon -
: was not, although the administration state prison farm. Coolidge" How to Handle Dates Cone Miss Ethel Grltlin, teacher. All day long the bees make honey, ( B. Y. p U. Friday night at by the pastor.
tF plans Include some of the Senator Sorghum and the Hot Dog Third grade: Billy Long Billy All night long sound the whip- the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. TopIc -
methods favored by of Creation of historical motion Powell, Beatrice Mosley Doris poorwill.This : McRae. A large crowd attended "The
,4cr-fs proponents a act were all enjoyed.A Triumphs of the Bible
Strickland, Bessie Varnes Miss B. Y. P. U. and
the Brown-Crummer plan. He also commission of five from Wateroak Mission Felds "
,- picture members delightful Hawaiian chorus, on leader Miss
t the of the administration two of whom shall be Madge Mlddleton, teacher. is the month of April Starke. All reported a nice time.
c4' said greater part > women given by the Junior High Glee Estelle Kendrick
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i tax legislation and for Fourth grade: Virginia Alvarez, And the flowers are everywhere; Miss Mamie Crawford of Plant .
embraces appropriating S50.000 Club. opened the nrnirrnm.- __ n 8_ r>. m._no Evening worship song
? I 'Wt& plans of his own which were the n. purposes of the act is proposedIn All credit for the success of the Edward Bagwell Mary Louise And the grasses are turning City Is visiting her cousins Mr. and sermon.
originated months before and Incorporated a senate bill today offered In Stunt Night must be given to Mast, Irene Prescott Erma Sloan, And our hearts know n'o despair.Oh and Mrs. Zary Crawford. Prayer meeting on Wednesday
In what Is known as the supper house by Senator W. W. Coach Ray who supervised all Martha Slade. Don Stilley, Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. G. W Burney evenings at 8 o'clock. We are
_ Ella Priest. Miss Gussle Mae Bennett it is the month of their Mrs.
April daughter
were visiting ,
the Brown-Cummer plan. He said Phillips of Lake City. The bill preparations. studying incidents in the life of
+ c4 the administration measure could would empower the commission teacher. And It contains delight and joys Annie Crawford Sunday.Mr. the Lord as found in the gospel
In no way be called the Brown- to contract with motion picture REPORT: 01" OAMI2S: OMITTK1I: Fifth grade: Vonda Inman, Fan Happiness and everything. H. it!, McRae and son. Arthur according to Mark. You will find
_ nie Silcox. Miss Eunice Perkins, For all good girls and boys. attended to business in Wal-
Crummer plan. companies for production of a film them helpful.A .
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portraYing the history of Florida.It A report of the baseball game eacher.. do Tuesday cordial invitation to all our
y'r'w' between the and Sixth grade: Helen Mersereau Oh It's April In the meadows- Mrs Amanda Silcox and Miss
Various phases of the taxation was referred to the appropriations Soph-Junior sen- services extended to all.
situation dealing with the whole committee.A ior rat teams, played two weeks Annie Murrhee Louise Kite, Merrill Listen to the lark. Beulah Edwards were visiting Mr, .
; problem simply and briefly; thjs, ago, was unltenttonally omit- Edwards Mildred Grlffls Al- Oh, it's April In the plains and Mrs\ C. C. Crosby Saturdayand Lake Worth $15,889 contract t
according to Governor Carlton, general/: reducatlon In fishing ted from last week's Journal. A ma Thornton. Miss Minnie Gruber, And it's April In my heart. Sunday. awarded for erection of American

f\ describes the several bills which and hunting licenses for residents great howl arose Immediately from eaclier. Among those who attended the Legion boxing arena.
N' the administration! sent to the leg- of Florida will be included In recommendations the Juniors and Seniors but the Seventh grade: Lois Adkins, Ml I MS Mulct of April' social Saturday night were: Miss Starke Madison street to be
islature through regular committee for legislation to Seniors and Rats remained stead- Martha\ Brownlee, Bonnie Canova, ((1)y Reha Manning,) Rosa Campbell of Plant City Miss widened.
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channels today. Financial obligations correct so-called objectionable features fastly silent. The Soph-Junior
_ of Florida communities In the present fresh water team won, 19-6, and the series

r were given prime consideration, game -and fish laws, it was announced now stands, 2 to 1 with Soph's and //

,J kW i the executive said. After an exhaustive by Senator's. A, Hinley, Juniors leading.
study by members of the of the seventh district chairmanof I The editor wishes to apologizefor /

_ 't taxation and finance committee the the senate of the Florida state : the regretful omission and .
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d several measures will go into the legislation. Another major provision begs to assure the readers that no Clean \

regular legislative liopper. The of the proposed new bills conspiracy was Intended.. qasohnj' .
;present legislative session is confronted would prohibit the sale or transportation ,
SENIOR: INVITATIONS: uun:
a lA'et with the alternative of of black bass; In the
; Dither' finding new avenues thru state, a protective measure for the -
t whlch reynue! may bo made to chief game fish of the state, which Commencement Invitations were .
imported to Bradford last week
., ;6, flow, or through further utilizing I has been urged by virtually everyportsman's
and
( more money was exported I
present services such as gasoline, organization In FlorIda from Senior pocket-books.
( auto license,_ and personal prop- Tho closed season for freshwater .
erty tax. There are some who believe fishing will remain' as at Ufo:"'. HOOKS (ilViS: ('I1."d.
that Governor Carlton's hopeof present, from March 15, to May\ TALK S

,P raising $12,500,000 a year will 15, but boards of county commissioners -j'- tao
fall short by four million, perhaps -, would be permitted'to des- Rev, E. M Rooks, pastor'of the -
i more, In the plan proposed. ignate one day of each week to be Methodist church, was the speak- % .
open for fishing! with hook and .

;j Governor Carltou's tax reform line or rod and reel. No license poraton! lobby was one by Tomsa- ,. \
program) contemplates the raising would be required for hunting and sello of Okeechobee, requiring # < 4 ,
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'; >, ; i of $12,500,000 annually to be ap fishing on homestead enclosures.The power companies to secure ease- -- I
plied to the retirement of $163- August deer hunting season ment over lands carrying high voltage
: 000.000 worth pf county and district would be eliminated and the open wires. The other by Kerr, of 0f
road and bridge bonds and season for hunting, all game and PInellas, would place all electric i
''j i $9,000,000 of current school in animals for the taking of fur- power plants under jurisdiction of

;,;' debtedness. It is Intended to put : bearing animals would be the the railroad commission.

h I the program over through a series same, from November 20 to Jan-
}r of measures. This revenue is to uary 1. There would be a general What is sn'.d to be aimed at citizens
_ be derived from the highway gaso reduction In the
line tax; the automobile license and state resident hunting and state In winter and elsewhere during .!
k tax and an advalorem tax on motor fishing license but the fees for the summer months Is a measure
i" vehicles. The fund Is to be administered non-residents would remain the by Stephens of Hamilton providing f I .. ,
4j?ii by the state comptroller. same as In the present laws. The for the collection of taxes r a \
_ It would Include $3,000,000 provision of the proposed statute on personal property between Jan- I

from the one cent gas tax now going permitting the boards of county uary 1 and June 1, each year. I

to schools and the penny tax commissioners to designate one .
yy! +r + going to the counties! It also In- open day each week for fishing An attempt In the house to ob-
1 r. ypiyes' $1,500,000 represrntlHg the during the closed fishing season l'gate the legislature to enact legIslation qr

:24 pr cent of the automobljo license would be made to maintain an en- to facilitate the collectionof .'.
tax now being returned tire closed season of two monthsat county Indebtedness met swift

i counties collection of state ad va- the discretion of the county defeat. It Is generally regardedthe
r I lorem property tax on motor vehicles boards. vote was a test of strength on

;i- Replacing the one cent -- the plan to divert gasoline road
r/S; school gas tax It is proposed to The house committee on public and automobile license tax for payment "

(Xl': make a special levy of four per roads and highways today an- of county bonded Indebtedness "
cent on Insurance companies operating nounced It was withholding consideration : "

In Florida, of all highway bills until -
such time as the assembly Bill by Senator Johns'and Sena- .

; Highway beautification work un agreed upon a definite policy with tor Knabb: To authorize the boardof a ..
der supervision of a "director of reference to the existing first and commissioners of stateinstitutions '
i conservation" at a salary of $4,000 second preferential roads. In other to co-operate with the State

t per annum Is proposed In a senate words, miscellaneous bills cal- Road Department In procuringthe "
measure offered today by culated to disturb the present road completion of a hard-surfaced
Gary of Ocala. The bill would system temporarily are being held road connecting the state prison POtO
make It manadatory for the state up'as unwise measures until the farm at Raiford, with State Road ., "
/, road department to set aside cer- legislature indicates whether It, No. 1 and State Road No. 13, and R
tain funds in its annual budget for desires to change the law as laid to authorize the state Road depart- .
this work. It also calls for 100 down In 1923 and 1925. ment to expend moneys for said x

foot right of ways on all state purpose.
highways, seventeen feet on each Penalty of twenty-five per cent .
aide being devoted to beautiflca- of the cost of automobile license Pealstent rumors that a special Mechanics
will tell that PAN-AM
tlon. Telephone and telegraph tags would be assessed under an session! of the legislature would be you goes a long
posts would be shunted to theouter act proposed by Parker of Leon! necessary.. In view of the compara- .. \ 5' Kay towards keeping your motor at peak. perform
end of the beautlfflcatlon strip. For failure to secure licenses nine- tively tardy actlou of the regular i: ".s' V .nee by keeping your motor clean. Because PAN-
ty days after they are due session have circulated about Tallahassee "i/? : ."I .. AM u.clean. Clean from the ground up. dean all .

Among the score of compensation for nearly a week. Gov- '.! R thru, your motor. *

measure is one to pay county Another Sunday amusement bill ernor Carlton has expressed' the .'r".. Your carburetor.the heart ol your motor wfll show
commissioners of Clay county $30 by Trammell, of Brevard, today belief, however, that the lawmakers Prove for
you.
yourself all that is claimed for
per month. Larson offered the made Its appearance. It provides will be able to accomplish all PAN-AM.
st bill. Another provides $50 a month for a tax levy on all tickets to their: necessary duties In the 60-

art for Hernando commissioners. This places of amusements. The first day meeting without the necessityof .,. Pan American Petroleum
I y ',. Is by Beasley. action would make it unlawful to an extra period. In the eyes .,
operate amusements on Sunday of veteran legislators and state r Corporation
163 Johns Repealing office of but further on in the bill It seeks house employee, the showing madeIn
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R state equalizer of taxes Finance collection of twenty-five percent on the last week by the two houses t.t;

', and taxation. tickets for admission to shows on was not Impressive. ,In fact, the
t''; w 164 JohnValtdatlnl acts of the Sabbath. The week day tax slow pace set by the lawmakers
county commissioners Bradford would be ten percent. I since the opening of the session

r county repairs county jail and ---- has been the subject of much critIcism -
4i, courthouse. Local calendar. Weeks' liquor bill also came In by the "old-timers." Indications -

r{ for Its share of comment. The I were tonight, however, that
r r Bills Introduced Into the Flor- member from Holmes propones a this condition would not continue
., ida legislature by State Senator T. maximum fine of $3000 or one I. long. It was understood that amass GASOLINE

y G. Futch and Representative I, N. year In Jail for transporting liquor of bills was ready to be reported -
I. Kennedy and George F. Westbrook over the public highways.Two out of committees for both
appropriating $25,000 for (Investigation house and senate, and night sessions Burns Clean
by the Florida, agricultural measures which caused a were looked for within the

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still Duval, a steamer county's device"granddaddy"heated I I Motorists Aroused I Indebtedness. lature adjourned until Monday afternoon chants of the- city- of Washington-- 11
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Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph live horsepower,boiler with Motoilst Would Pay; without the slightest signof In contact with truck and vepe'j; I .
a capacity -
I of 1,000 gallons, was seized Over Proposal to This fund would he derived a tax reform measure bearingthe table growers; of Lake Butler. p" I
I administration stamp of approval Judge Green stated after the u%J'
-_ two miles/' north of Calla Bonlta off front the gasoline tax the automobile conference -
the beach road late yesterday at- Add to BurdensDrastic I cense tax and enforcement of that valuable information :+
i din ad valorem tax on motor cars, had been obtained as a. result of I
"I noon The)
[Live State News I captured by deputy operator sheriffs was and not his I Loss to the schools through the 48 COUNTIES"HAVE the conference between and that direct contact i4

identity Is not known, authorities changes may be made In diversion of the gasoline tax wouldbe Washington commission i

: said. This was the largest still the administration tax reform pro- made up by a special 4 per AGENTS houses, Lake Butler had been t
rTOLD brought about and he believed that 1 '
ever seized In this county and with gram as result\ of the storm of cent levy on Insurance companies t
operating In Florida. as a result the growers of that vicinity M I yM
five
BY OUR EXCHANGES taken In the yellow Water pretext aroused today throughoutthe (;inti'i'nor Cii'tM UI'I]Mtrt Oil .\|ItI'Ie'uJ.I..nl > would realize fair and reasonable (U'I I'
I section, In the last forty-eight The opposition In both (house I:'\\t'n..lnn\ Work.
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state and nation over reports prices for such portions "
: hours runs the total bag in that and senate to the so-called administration ,! '
1. __. ____.. ..________..__ ,_._.._.._,.._._ period to that Governor Carlton's plan con- : reform of the season's shipments! as are* $
"'----- --- ----'-- six. The distillery, devoted tax program Is Agricultural, ( extension work was sent to Washington. I .

\\ctt, Palm Deach A tempo- space will be provided at Mountain to making rye whiskey was templates Increasing; the burdenon centered on the fear that the pro- I being done In 48 counties of Flormta t IJ"I t

\ injunction restraInIng State Lake sanctiyiry for those who sheltered under a shed on a hilltop automobile owners posed bills embrace the backboneof I JlII.LSIlOHOl'On I.I.\S: AT r
mi last A, P.
year Spencer, vice-
the reopening of thefirst er" recitals An arrangement has said, wall one of the best yet to house Thursday to table a resolu- which has been given widespread ,' director and county agent leader

(, American Bank and Trust been made by which about 10 come under their observation. The tion putting the legislature on re- publicity throughout Florida. This I at the agricultural extension dIvIsion Hlllsborough county claims time :, J : .'
dinilHiiiy, here which closed its acres will be hard surfaced and plant was equipped fully with erd against the "repudiation" of plan in brief, contemplates increasing of t the University of Florida honor of having the largest number ,

fJ I! ,,,; for a second time last June, marked oft', so that it will be pos- I double condenser boiler, coils, being outstanding county, district and the burden on motor car own- ban advised fov.! Doyle 1 K. Carlton. of resident students at 101'r i, ( :'

WI i i"qued In the federal district sIble to handle cars In much bet- capped by a copper horn fully municipal bond cause plus a flood ers to reduce the n slate ad valorem I The Information was given In ida State College, with a total ot ,! .:\ '
ter twenty feet In length. A lookout of tax on real estate. I the recent efforts of the governorto 166 girls In the lastltullou. Duval ': 'ti +
,II, II i Miami today. shape than could be done with 1 telegrams from motor clubs, au- I I i \ ,u
II the somewhat crude arangements!; I fired six shots as Deputy Sheriffs tomobile manufacturers and own- 1t..Karl..1. HH Tout obtain first-lnanc t data regarding 'county with 141 students has the .71 i o''
this winter. \ I Sam Cahoon, Clarence Hooks, and editorial the state's standing both agriculturally second, largest number -while!
,. \onvllle Removal of five Mr. Ruth, head of ers comments on the Action of the house/ in
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reje'tlng'l I
.lnlltS. from Miami to Knox-' the Mountain\ Lake corporation Eastman and Brlgance approach- tentative outline of the administration the resolution! ) was { !': and Industrially.! I Leon with 125 and Dade with 116 + '

., I i, ivnn.. to face trial on an In- has promised! that the work will be ell. program brought about a test:/' vote on the Brown-Crummer Tile forty-eIght counties shar- are next In line. 1 ,

\ n ,'ni charging! prohibition law done in plenty time for the next TIMIIMMS: ('110[' reported change of front at the I Issue Meanwhile telegrams were ing the extension work had a entsopel'ntln'f Alachua, Kscambla, Pinellaa and ; Jk
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ri under the direction of "
Polk counties all have I
will be sought at a hear- season. rapltol. : received here from several large more than
,, Band
'iiion :
\ the College of of the j'j''j
People Ilnlso, I'riiloHt, automobile manufacturers pledging Agriculture fifty girls attending the college )
,, authorities The
;ilt.i, h (nre government greater part of our forest un':verslty.Fortythree counties Orange
,III,, Miami\ tomorrow, It was said Key West -- Right hundred gal- lands has been and still Is treated The voice of the people seemsto full support In any movementto had only one extension agent and eight. Forty county students sends forty- $
,,II; ,In,' office of the United States lons of liquor valued at $12,000 a'* a mine rather than as a continuously bo ent'rly! against adding to the prevent Increasing!; the tax bur- five had two extension agents. from Palm Heath are hero 1 ,
here today. In retail prices, billed burden. Florida motorists De den of motorists and heavy artillery county and a u ,
d1-l", ".1 I attorney as asphalt productive resource. If The "
agents are supervised
number of bounties
a and consigned to an unknown firm the forest land we now have wereall feat t of the resolution has shown In both house and senate was directed by the extension division,," are represented p/
by just a few less' than
'Tallahassee Authorities for In New York, has been uncovered stocked with trees and managed the sentiment In the house against loaded to open fire whenever any the governor wan advised and students Flagler, Glades/ forty 1'1 f,I

,?<.untie and cities to Install votiia ]here by Customs Inspector L. II. carefully with the object of any tax measures aimed In thIs di- bills are Introduced. calling for have access to all the resource of ette, Liberty, Martin and Lafay'J Baker }

machines: Is given in a bill In- Kemp. The car of liquor had just continuous production, It could rection. A poll of the senate, such Increases. tho college! / and experiment station counties have each one student In I'I:''\ ',
itodnred, In the house today by arrived on a car ferry from Hav yield annually about 27,000,000- which has not yet receIved 'any administration The debate against any tax reform and several branches of the V, S. the college, ; -f

i II.!..i three representatives from ana. The contraband was in one 000 cub'c feet of wood, or about tax bills also shows a program Is also certain to Department of Agriculture There are nearly a hundred students '
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IliiUhorough,, county. It was re- gallon demijohns and packed In one-slxh more than our present well-organized bloc to protect the And Grosvenor Dawe. the gover _- from other states attending 1 Ot
fin, I, d I to the cities and towns commit asphalt sacks, rounded out with a consumption of all kinds of wood. automobile owners. nor's advisor on state fiscal! matters i SIIKS: ;: MITTIK; : ()L"I'/iJ:1': Florida state; with Georgia and .. I p

!<'" Board of county oommlsslmn'is mixture of sawdust and charcoal This would be more than four Governor Carlton had no statement as a. target for oratorical attack Kill. l\Ki: HTTI.KK: TltlTK Alabama leading In the number of .
times the ': to make today concerning *!. Representative Weeks of r ,
may Install the machines giving the appearance/of real asphalt present total growth and out of the state students here. '
through adoption of a resolution The liquor sacks were in seven times the annual increment t the Associated Press story from Holmes county alluded to Uawe In Washington, Apr! 20. -- Upon Each of these slates sends thirty- '' J .
of timber Tallahassee Thursday night and his fiery talk in the house against!; the request of G, A. I'pperson of :
and may place them In a few dies extreme ends of a cargo of as- saw It would be worse three girls to Florida for their r '
ds 'of a county for experimentalJ1U"'tlHee phalt, all of which Is held by customs than folly, forest students believe, contaln'ug! an outline of the so- the ,resolution and several members Lake Duller, ,Congressman It A. education. Other states having

If they so desire. ', authorities pending an Investigation tt( make future generations of called administration tax reform of the senate also are Running Green of the second Florida dlsirkt students here Include Kentucky ,
Americans depend upon foreign plan lie was offered a carbon for the Btatlstlc'un' and economist today held a conference with Michigan New Jersey, Pennsylvania -

BartowClaude Roland said to countries: for such an essential copy of the story\ but did not readIt. whose Industrial survey of 1 10. L. Ilobeits, general manager West Virginia, and Ohio

'In, trom Atlanta, was arrested In Gainesville J. W. Bridewell, materIal that can be produced at ThIs article Indicated the general !Florida resulted in the collet'I Ion and secretary of the National with a considerable number of other M 4
outline of the administration's of figures purporting to show that of Commission Merchantsof
Mulberry today and more than 500 Lake Butler man yesterday announced home. Leagua states being represented by
quarts of assorted liquors were he had ]leaned Worthington program, Including details of proposed lln.uicort of many counties are indeploiable the United :States::; and also witha )girls; who make their winter residence 7
omllHcated by deputy sheriffs, It Springs, once popular bathing Construction: of $250,000 gymnasium legislation whereby the state condition. number of Washington/ commission [In Florida. l
announced tonight. Roland's and health and and swimming pool at comptroller would become custodian Introduction of the administra /' merchants Including N J. .. k' +
WBH\ resort that an extensive -- Mf
IiiiKt sedan, especially designed asa program of improvementswould Florida State College] rapidly nearing of a fund sufficient to take tion's tux bills will apparently depend Ward, president of the local league Modern Ice plant to be erected e

I I.quor runner, also was taken begin at once so that the completion. over the Interest and sinking fund upon the result of conferences of commlsbion merchants in the In St. Augustine In near future.
In riistdoy. The value of the prize springs might be reopened thissummer. Citrus pre-cooling plant builtn $163,000,000 worth of county with a committee of advisors. city of Washington.The '' Citrus juice plant started opera- t ;

capture! was estimated by officers The /springs' hotel and : Clearwater by West Coast Fruit and district road and bridge bonds The first of these measures purpose ,of the conferencewas tions recently at Iloweyinthe't'l.' .
the Company. 'and $9,000,000 of current school wan expected today but the legis/ to place) the l'omml18lon mar- 1 II Ills. 'C
at 15000. grounds surrounding them will -- _ C
under the V
come Improvement pro- ,
Key West-Samuel W. Drown, gram, Bridewell said The watersof 'r
far the past three years manager the spring are said to contain

ut) i'he Key West gas plant, a unit curative properties which years
ot (he Florida Public Utilities company ago were widely sought: The new
\ has been transfered to a slmilai proprietor will specialize in Sun- Spring Showing of General Motors Cars.

position in tire.companies I' day chicken dinners and will caterto
property at Peusacola.. He leaves parties, he said. Dunces are to
tomorrow for Atlanta before goingto : be given each week
his new assignment, and will .

spend several days In Georgia Tallahassee John]\ J. Menclen- ''
hall who Is serving a life /sentence' +
This week America the is viewing
Miami -- Frank Wojcik, is:! at Ualford for the slaying of two throughout public ;

Cero< Ill., stole an automobile In women near Tampa about 15 years .

Miami Beach March 31, drove tolikago ago, may receive clemency from
,
( and then back to Miami, tho state board of pardons at :
)rollce charge. Tuesday he decided some meeting of that body to beheld i

x> go to the beach. R. K. Smith .In the near future, it is
owner of the car, saw It and Wo learned.: : The Associated Press the newest models of General Motors products. '

Iclk was arrested A block from found after a solicitation! of various :

where the car was stolen 17 days members of the board that

ago Police found a gun and a all except possibly Governor Doyle ,
pat' of handcuff In the car ''''0- K.! Carlton look with favor upon/

ink Is in jail. clemency for Mendenhall, and It
. was learned authoritatively, the Check and mail the below. It will bring i

West Palm Beach-Beverly Ann "key man" of the board, Is Inclln- coupon

Ventura, 10 months old daughter ed to vote that way
of Mrs Robert Ventura of thIs ,

city\ was killed almost Instantly Sal'asota-SherllT W. A. Keen of
here when she fell from an auto- Sarasota county underwent an operation yt

mobile driven by the mother. The for the amputation of his this into home.
accident happened at a downtown right leg above the knee at the Spring Showing your own / / / ;

corner and was said to have been Sarasota city hospital tonight as'a .
I
caused by the car door opening as result of a bullet wound Inflicted

the machine turned a corner. The by a negro during a raid on a card ., .

baby fell from the lap of an older game at Laurel, near here. two V
B'nter': and struck the pavement. weeks ago. He was reported rest- .

The sister also fell from the car lug as easily as could be expected, t., i I ,
but was unhurt. although physicians said/ it was ,It ,
.. d -
too early to determine his chance '
,' OI it .hks ,
Tallahassee--The state road de- for recovery. Sheriff Keen was V
partment is abolishing two of Its shot thre times In the hand, shoul- 1lIll 4
even engineering dIvIsIons Chair- der and leg and a large artery In I

man Bentley said! today. The divisions the leg was severed, causing a ser- CHEVROLET OAKLAND-General Motors' policy of BUICK-This famous member of the General V''
-Last the
year public:bought continuous is nowhere notice
at Fort Pierce and Punta ious infection. Motorcycle Officer improvement more
Gorda more than 1,000,000 Chevrolets. This enabled able than in the models of the Oakland AllAmerican Motors family, year after year has given increasing t
will be dropped In line with Walter Whltted who also was new +, t
value. Over 2,000,000 Duicks have been built and
the department's program of econ- wounded during the raid was relEased Chevrolet and General Motors to effect/ one of the Six The distinctive style I and advanced
1 J of this total I 1,300,000 are still serving their
omy established with the openingof from the hospital yesterday. most remarkable feats in industrial history:almost engineering principles which Oakland represents owner .. I
the current year. Reduction of overnight,Chevrolet was changed from a' 4-cyIinJer have made it a.center of unusual I public interest at The ntu> by Anniversary Buick withmasterpiece $

the number of engineering divisions Dayfpna Beach-James A, Wei car to a Six in tin pnct rangt of tit oUI' The new automobile Ih ws. All-American in name, the new Bodies Fisher. ,comes I in three wheelbase l. t' j

authorized In a resolution ler of this city was held under $1- Chevrolet Six U new in every respect smoother, Oakland is All-American in I its qualities of speed, lengths. All are powered by the beyond ve-in- p !
adopted at the Iluarterly'meetllll( 000 bond this afternoon for a more powerful and luxurious bodies by Fisher snap power and stamina. Fisher makes the bodies. head engine, which; I is vibrationless I belief.

of_ the department last week, will hearing before- County, Judge_ .- J. F. 7 models-$525 to $723 8models-$114) to $U75 19 models-SI 195 to $214) t
Tect! a saving of $15,000 to $20- Peacock to determine whether tie +

000 yearly, Bentley said. Is a divorced man or a wife desert- 4y
-r. A few weeks ago Weller's .

Plant City Walter Nichols, wife was Informed by him that .

'> was killed and a bakery In he was going on a little trip. On cv.:: e
*'h:eh he was employed, destroyed' April 1 she received a notice, writ- V

by Are, following an explosionhere ten In Spanish for her to appear
'
early today. The cause was In Mexico, April 16, to defend a LASALLE
) -When General Motors introduced i
believed to have been a gas leak divorce action, started by Weller. PONTI AC-Since General Motors introduced
from a tank of fuel used to heat Not being able to appear, she waIt- the Pontiac Six three years ago, its sales have practically VIKING-There was demand loran 8-cylinder LaSalle,two yean ago,I it set;style I which was widely !r

the! bakery oven. Practically all ed and Weller returned home yesterday JoutUJ each year.Now General Motors offers/ car General Motors quality in the medium price copied both in America and ;op .The new models d'f'

machinery was destroyed damageto ; armed with a Mexican divorce in the Pontiac, a Big tix,"*(the same bueprice. fiel''. General Motors chose Oldsmobile to design ue as distinguished as the hrst. Built by Cadillac, i, f

the building was estimated at granted under a law grant Ithas big-car power, big-car performance and big-cu and build the new 1.200. Nichols came here from lag a decree on thirty days' resI- luxury in the bodies by Fisher. It is appealing particularly development and test. The result was revealed degree -type engine 0 ;: transmission V,

Cermany several years ago. Ills dence, running concurrently with to families which are "stepping up"in cat last month In the Viking, the latest member of the that permits':: gear shifting without noise or clashing ,
only known relative In this country the proceedings. vnenhip. 7 models-$743 to $89) GcnenIMororsfamily.Viklnghastheworid-famou. at any speed. The bodies: by Fisher and Fleetwood, ; ''i90degree

t Is a brother living: In Jacksonville : V-type engine and Fisher's newest creations offer a choice: I of colors to express 00ridualiry..

,, Ca'nesvllle Borrowing a car in bodies. 3 models $1)9) 14 models-$229) to $ i '.
belonging to a fraternity brother ,r 4tia

Jacksonville--Under the glare Karlyle O'Berry and John Law, ALL PRICES P. O. B. FACTORIISo : '

Qf' street lights In a downtown sec- two well known University of TIme,.,..." .... .low-CMiGMACPtM t '
lion Mrs. D. M. Perlman Chicago, Florida students headed towards I .I I I it .
ton'ght Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. COUPON ta .
was robbed of a $1,500 i ,
diamond bracelet 'she told police. Just before they got to the Bradford .
*''rs. Perlman had plopped off here county line they encountereda GENERAL MOTORS (Dept.). Detroit, Michigan:

between trains. Leaving her curve In the road which their OLDSl'.fOBILE-Gencn1 Motors took this "lease send without illustrated CADILLAC-What
me, obligation your Spring Show- more can 'be saId/ of
.
them to
young station daughter In the terminal speed and would not permit- .into. tne long-established car and remade it to provide fine :g on the new models of the products I have checked: together CadilUc For twenty-five years the world's standard 1 r''
they plowed
treat As she stepped across! the make After running some fortyor car at low price. last year the value! of Oldsmobile with your new booklet of interest to car buyers-"The Open Mind." of comparison in the fine car field. The choice of g
she enterIng a drug ditch.
was
'ore' to buy stationery a lone fifty feet In the ditch thecarcrashed w's so marked that the public bought over 50 per Q CHEVROLET O PONTIAC d OLDSMOBILE Q OAKLAND kings,presidents and leaders business and society Ft41ntmorethaotheyearbefore.TheerwOldsmabiJe

bandit> Into a power line pole in To the of $
commanded her to surrend- Q VIKING D BUICK QtASALLB pCADILLAC'
!a her valuables, pressing a gun napping It oft as Ifit were a models with Bodies by Fisher offer still further im Cadillac's 90-degree V-type 8-cylinder engine has u tr
'In her back. She off her match stick and continued until Jt provements and the prices have been reduced I C I'rixlddr.d.h.e.ele g.Jrlgr.D. been added the silent transmission and many new II't t
slipped the Oldsmobile also has new Special and De Luxe C DtUf-LithttUanPatvn,PI.I16 n,4 WitnSyiUmtName advances in r It
Bracelet and gave It to the bandit nally stopped. Witnesses say : design. Your choice of colors in bodies \ 'te
o slipped crowd car was' evidently traveling at Its models,with extra features,at slightly higher prices. by Fisher and Fleerwood. ', ,l
without her seeing away hIm In the top speed, although It never did 7 models-$87 J to $103) .. .. .. ..... ... ,".. .. .". .. .. ".. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 2) models-$329) to $7000 y 1 r

turn over. The boys were pickedup \ / +

Lake Wales--Before another by passing motorists and rush- Address. .. .. .... .. ......... .. .. .._. ...... ...... .. .... .. "
leason Hospital. .IT*9-,'S*"* <,... _. -- -
very much better parking ed to the Alacua County i ,

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I FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. KTARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 26, U/2O

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Miss Rhoda Zclglor, Cor.vOOON000000000000 O Iilii )Mae Conner ('..... I

SocietYAI '.OOON OOOM I .OOA.N0100.ti
.000. I i
5It Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and daugh
Mr. and Mrs. Bumgarner oKtarke.
attended services at the tern Ola Mae, and Lnbedlu. Mrs.
"STORES FLORIDA"
. t ALL OVER
Baptist! church here Sunday. R. C. Cone and Mr. W. M.\ Snpp.
IHtlDKKIKC'TSK.NTKRTAI.NKI; : :MISS! :M\UKI: AVKLLKKKXTi ;
Those who visited Mr. and Mrs. were chopping in Jacksonville
: > : TAINM! C. Sullivan and Mrs. G. M. Bennett -
Wednesday.

d One of the I loveliest social (unc Members\ of-the Twentieth Century Kalford Sunday Reddish were and: Mr.Mr.and Looney Mrs. Miss Lillian Browning of Law- Another \Week of Our Real Low Prices. Come and Let

tions of last week was an auction club were delightfully entertained Snpp of Raltord Mrs. I. W. An- tey, spent the week-end with her
Miss cousins Misses Canaday and Mary
Tuesday evening by :
bridge party given by Mrs O. L. drews and children, Cortez, and
Mabel Weller at her home on Alvarez.
Beasley and Mrs. II. C. Hitch at Pink and Clarence, of Starke and Ruby MeNsiB. L. L. Conner and J. M\ ,
Cherry street. poppies
Guinea of Gainesville.Miss Us Convince You that Our Prices Right.
t' the former's home: Saturday afternoon larkspur< gave a colorful note to Agnes Joyner visited hers Conner of Ralford. were visiting; are

honoring three popular the party rooms, where four tables relatives In Lacrosse Sunday.
.lIter! Mrs. Clyde Hall last weekend -
for Duringthe !Mr. William Alvarez and Clarence -
bride-elects, Miss Myrtice Jack- were placed play. .
salted servedon Hutchinson motored to Tampa
games nuts were -
son, Miss\ ulyrwlu: Jackson and Relatives and friends of Miss
t the tables.After Annie Teresa Bennett have received Sunday. SUGAR FINE 10 Lbs. 52cI I

Miss Margaret Long. a pleasant evening of auction invitations to the commencement Mr. Felix Bapp and Willie Rog GRANULATED I -

The spacious home was hcautlful. bridge prizes were awardedto exercise at Jasper High; ore were visiting! relatives In Lake

Quantities of Easter lillles, Mr. 0. M. Inman and Mrs. E. School on May 2nd. Miss Bennett Butler Sunday.

gtadlolas: roses, snapdragon, larkspur L. B'ggs; for holding top- scores, in a member of the graduating Misses Ida Hue and Edith Con- CLEAIiBROOK '
and to Mr. and Mrs JW.. An- ner and Joe Dobbs were visiting In BUTTER Lb 52
s pansies, and other brightly class this year. OR CLOVER BLOOM -
Lake hitler Sunday afternoon
colored blososms, combined with drews, Jr.. holders of low. Mrs O. M. Bennett returned to
Mr. Joe Dobbs was visiting here
lacy fern, being used to pleasing The following players were her home In Jasper Monday aftre Saturday night.
nerved a tempting salad course upending a week here with her
in
advantage forming a perfect
Miss Ida Mae Conner the
setting for the party scene. with hot tea: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. daughter, Mrs C. Sullivan and was COFFEE MAXWELL Lb. Can
I guest of Miss\ Edna:: Hut. of r 46c
The guests found their respec- Andrews, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. E. L. family. Starke Tuesday night. 'HOUSE

tive places at the tables by dainty 'Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. Vance RUBS of Brooker was Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner and

tallies1 representing brides, which Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg/. visiting her son, Mr. Wilson Russ

were presented 1 them by Miss\ Ethel and Mrs. H. C. Wall Mr. and Mrs.J. here last weekend.Mr. family of Raiford, were visiting FINEST
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ L. L. Conner Sun-
Griffin W. Kllliun, Mrs. )E. Burns, Mrs. and Mrs. John Hall 'and BACON a DRY SALT I -Lb.17c 1
Mr. O. L. Beasley children of Starke visiting
Those winning prizes were: Miss Frank Hoover, were day.Miss
Agnes visiting
Sapp was
Ethel:: Griffin who received a sandwIch and Mr. G. M. Inman. lile parents Mr. and Mrs. Madison
.. Miss Lois Reddish of Lawtey Sun
Hall last Sunday.Mr. .
plate for holding high; sec '
ond of hand embroIdered lllCIIKii; TARTY \ J. P. Dickinson was a. busi- day. FULL
high, a pair CHEESE .
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordand Lb. 27
-
by ness visitor to Hampton Monday CREAM -
pillow cases were won
Spring) flowers in bright hued Mr. and Mrs. Roy CurrIe of
Mrs. T. J. Alderman, and going to afternoon.Mr. .
colors were effectively arranged in Jacksonville, were visiting here
and Mrs. C. A. Youngbloodhad
Mrs. Paul Canova was a card table -
the home of Mrs. L. Wyman at Sunday.
for consolation. Each as their guests Sunday, Mrs.
honoree cover given dainty set"of Klngsley: lake, Wednesday afternoon A. G. Lacey and son, A, G, and Miss Verda Harnage was 'the MILK{ -SmaIl4
embroidered was Maderla a tea napkins when she entertained a few Mrs. Lacy's sister, of Jacksonville. guest of Miss Hazel Underhill /; Large9c

friends and members of the after- Sunday
of Heights
Rev
{ as memento of the occasion Mrs. Hayman Orange
noon bridge club. Misses! Flora Belle Johns and
here
filled his regular appointment
Paul Canova recent bride
a was
presen t e d a ee t o tlf..0.". 'uo... "...wklns. 0",.._- At the close of games, scores last Sunday at Hope church. Nina _,Whltehead L"... of New River__ : FULL ,r 11 or
were totaled and prizes awardedto Mrs R. Green ,Mlss Lorena were visiting bfisses Oln Mae uiLubedla. RICE GRAIN a LOS. ;)c

e A salad course with sandwichesand the holders of high and see- Green, Mr. Russet Green and Mr. Alvarez Sunday.
ond. The winners were Mrs. L. F. Herschel Brannen of Brooker Mr.\ and MrsLawton Crawfordand
ice tea was served the guests.
Smith and Miss Mabel Weller. Misses\ Joimle and Louise Bell
here with friends.
The players were: Mrs. E. L. spent Sunday
The hostess served a salad Padgett of Jacksonville were visIting -
B'ggs, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, MrM.! Miss Florence Bender of Orange POTATOES
l' 10Lbs.l9c
course with tea. friends and at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. --- - -
Is
J. I Enjoying Mr8.Vyman's hospitality M. Norman Sunday.
Mrs. O. L. I Haynes, Mrs\ J. relatives here. .
were: Mrs. E. L. Biggs; Mrs.J. .
W. Kllllon, of Block Mountain, N. Mi', and Mrs. B. C. Powell and ST-1TIMFNT: ON:/ :SI\T-
W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. .Harper,
C,; Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs. J. W. children of Putnam Hall are visit- TKKS OP TAXATION CRUSTENE
Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. L. F. lug her pal'entsII'! and !Mrs C. LARD -2Lbs,25c
Andrews, Jr., ,Mrs. J, C. Hoover, -- 'COMPOUND I --
Smith, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Mrs. O.
Mrs. J. L. Frazee, Mrs D. A Mou- A. Youngblood. While In 'Tallahassee recently 1
L. Haynes Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs.\
tieth Mrs. Paul E. Canova Jr. Mr. Arthur Moorer of Miami, Is
L. Peek Mrs. W. M. Wainwright discovered to my amazement that _. ... _..,_,_ .
S. visiting friends and relatives here ----- -=a ", -" = ._ il',''' ".. ....." .
Edward \ """ a.
:Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Q. MI.U MabelVeller and there was duo the state and the respective :..2-
Inman Mrs, L. Wyman, Mrs\ F. Miss Mrs. T. B. Trlest has been! very counties In It on accountof ---

fa, ,k Hoover. Mrs. C. K. Lewis, Mrs S. Miss Luclle Mitchell.. ill, but we are glad to report that I tae certificates certified to the Issue WarningOn tion 12, Chapter 9122 Acts of tile J, Johns, Jeff Coats, L. E. Sundo

1. Peek, Mrs, A. S. Crews, Mra.W IIAI'TIST-! W. ;M. T. :SIKKTNThe : she Is much Improved at this writ- state for non-payment of taxes the Legislature of 1923.as amended bya.t I and B. L. Deunard. Seashole F>

,, \VainwrIght\ Mrs. C. A. lag. staggering; sum of thirty-five millions Auto of the legislature; of 1927 has neral parlors have charge of urangements.

iCnlght; Mrs. W. Agin, Mrs. II. C. Bnptlst Woman's Missionary of dollars In addition! tomfll'olls Tags expired, the holder thereof, If oth- Jacksonville Jon

\Vall, Mrs R. J. Davis, Mra.\ L. F. Union met at the Baptist church, .0.OON000.000.0000.000. of dollars due for which erwise eligible, may be issued a nal, Apr,, 20tf

t Smith, Mrs D. C. Jones, Mrs' N. Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock tax c: certificates have not as yet riorUtu 1'1"14Iu..t.: I to lied 1S.V second graduate state certificate

I>. WaInwright, Mrs. Maurice Ed- Alter the business Reunion an Interesting : GRAIIAMOOOOOOOOOOOON10000000i: I been issued. All \\'orkc'I'H under the same act. Provided,
wards Mrs. J. A. Saul Miss Mabel that the application for the sec-
program; was rendered I further discovered that eighty ""o
Weller, Miss Kate Struth, Miss with, Circle ?Jo. 1 in charge. The per cent at'The.I people were pay There are many persons In Florida ond certificate Is filed In the olllce

t JFredrlka Struth, Miss Ethel Grif- subject for d'scusslon'! being, Mr. U. S. Wasdln was a business ing) their! taV'f and She remaining violating the law relating: ; to of the state superintendent of pub jvf3ryDUNLOP

'Inn Miss Minnie Gruber, Miss :My- "Faithful to the Truths" with Mrs. visitor to Hampton Tuesday. twenty per cent were not paying :, automobile tags who are not aware lic instruction, within! live years

Ice Jackson, Miss\ Margaret Long, G. W. Alderman, )president, as Miss\ Clyde Morgan\ spent Tues- theirs thus compelling those who of It, the state tag department believes from date on which the first certificate -

Miss Florence Matthews, Miss leader. day night with Miss\ Novella Kingof do pay taxes to pay twenty percent : and has requested road patrol expired; and that the applicant -

:Madge Mfddleton! Miss\ \ Eunice Talks were given as follows: Hampton more ,than they otherwise would forces to co-operate In notify- secures college.credit froma

Perkins, Miss Claudia, Gilchrist "Why Fulfill the Trust," Mrs. Mr. A, G. Brown and son, J* pay. ing them to this effect. The de- college! approved by the State DEALER

Miss Myrwln Jackson, Misu\ Sarah W. J. Epperson. B., were transacting business In' I also discovered to my astonishment partment had reports from almost Board of Education for at least

Malpas> Miss Harriet Hitch. "The World for Jesus," Mrs.\ I Starke Tuesday. that there are a number of every county In Florida that out- nine semester hours! additional stands behind

J. M. Brownlee. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were prominent men In this state who of-state license tags are being usedon work done between the date on

IIIRTIIIIAY IHNM'.K: IX HONOR "Turning the World Upside visitors to Starke Friday. have not paid ad valorem taxes cars owned or operated by persons which the first certificate expiredand this
OP MRS.! KICKMTICR \ culled their livelihood' the date on which the second policy'T'HE
Down," Mrs. O. W. Alderman. Mrs. E. J. Murrhee was on the homes, they own nor on the now earning "
.-- to tho bedside of her daughter, property on which their businesses In Florida. certificate Is Issued.

h i Mi'\ and M.rs. E. M. Thomas! HlTltlSi; PARTY Mrs. Ollle Byrd of Tampa are situated for ten years or more.I Attention of the road patrol department --

gave a delightful dinner Tuesday I Miss Frances Murrhee has returned -' also discovered that, becauseof i la called to provisions ot J.AWHKXO: : J.l'WJlo:

evening) at seven o'clock at theirhospitable A delightful surprise )party was home after an extended visIt the ease with which .an owner the law, as quoted in an opinion Funeral services for Lawrence

home, in honor of Mrs. held Thursday evening at the home } In Tampa with friends and rela of real estatecan permit hs! prop- from Attorney General Davis un- Lewis, 19, of Roberts street and
'L. W. Klckllter, mother of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs\ J. L. Ptckerlll In for 11. The at-
tives.Mrs. erty to be sold nonpaymentof der the date of March the Lake City road, who died FrI-
Thomas. honor of Mr. PlcUerlll's birthday. !. A. G. Brown and children taxes and then eliminated from torney general's opinion reads In day, will be conducted at the Zion

A pink and white color schemewas Bright hued spring) flowers were spent Saturday afternoon In Sampson tho tax rolls and remain In that part: Rest Primitive Baptist church at
carried out In the arrangement arranged about the home Brown's daughter
prettily ; with Mrs.
condition Indefinitely, the practice 10
"A percon who comes to Flor- a. m. Sunday, with Rev. W. K.
of the long table, a feature for this occasion. Mrs Kills Starling. of using the state as a bankerIs da and engages; In business in Rhoden, officiating Burial will
of which was the large white Those Invited! were: Miss\ Madge; Miss Pearl Byrd of Tampa Is and will
rapidly be
Increasing:very this state Is required to obtain In the J Kingsley; lake cemeterynear
birthday cake ornamented with !Mrs Edwin Brock, of here with
Mlddleton, while
spending a Increase more and more In the future Florida registration of his motor Starke. The pallbearers will
pink candles and flowers. Fried Bridgeport, Conn. Mr. aud Mrs. relatives. X .' 4 ec
!; ; friends and
I because others who are now vehicle, regardless of the tact that be? J. W. GIbbs, J. A. Wilson D.
chicken and numbers of other Tllbert Thomas, Dr. and Mrs.. C. I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Starling of I paying the!\', taxes will avail he may be already licensed In some

good eats were served and last, but Whltaker, Mr.\ G. C. Ganfhlll and Sampson, were visiting Mr. and themselves of the same opportunity. other state. The exemption of registration

not least, ice cream and delicious Mr. Fred Shumaker of the State Mrs. A. 0. Brown Sunday. provided for In Section

home-made cake. Farm. Mrs. Talmadge Schuler of the It Is wonder there is a deficit
no 1293 applies only to transients In "SAY IT WITHFLOWERS"
The honor guest I Is beloved by State Farm, was visiting her In the state and county funds. And Florida, and not to persons who
her children and many friends, STUNT MCHITThe mother Mrs. II. K. Roberts Saturday -
: the foregoing situation shows conclusively engage In business In this! state."
and on this occasion t they brought '---
,y i \ that If the taxes that are .
a I .to her many beautiful and useful pupils of the junior and I Mr. R. M Johnson was a business now due to the state and the! various STATK: ItOAKI MAKKS:

gifts senior high; school of Bradford visitor to Starke Saturday. counties In It were paid! there XK\V KKgi'IKKSIHNTHOF ; :: : Flowers of every kind,

Besides the honor guest, there county, rendered a stunt night Rev. Taylor of Hampton, filled- would be no"occasion to look forother' SCHOOL TKAt'HKIlHDefinite : : for every occasion ; also
thehigh
Pif were present on this happy occasion program, Friday evening at hIs regular appointment here, .at ;) -Botirces'"of{"revenue.. -

: Hev. L. W. Klckllter, Sr.. ] school auditorium.stunts the Baptist church Sunday Section 1 \got Article IX of the Tlnm Hv.l In Which Renewal baskets and tulle 1 0 Ill 'l

Junior MacDonald, Charles Lucian The program of arranged Mr. Truby Plnholster attended Florida constitution, proscribes of ("c'rtlflrlltc'HIust:
the and senior pupils, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright
by junior
Klckllter. Mr. George Thomas, church here Sunday morning. that the legislature shall providefor lie Obtalmtl.
Mrs. Alfred Wilkinson, !Mrs. Lucy I under the,direction of Pro .. L. G. Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, filled a uniform and equal rate of Holders, of graduate state certificates Phone 102 Starke; Fla.

Powell Mrs. Elizabeth Johns, Mrs 'Ray, was well received by a large his regular appointment hereat taxation and shall prescribe such must henceforth file an application -

Barbara Moore Mrs. Sinai Kimball and enthusiastic audience. Mr. the Christian church Sunday af regulations as shall secure a just with the state superintendent r

Miss Maud Mitchell and Vic- Harold SebrIng, connected ,with ternoon. valuation of all property both real of public Instruction within -

tor Thomas. the United States Forestry Depart Mir\ Hugh Butler Crosby wasa and personal. five years from the date of expiration -
ment, with two of the school boys For Monuments
visitor here Sunday morning. When the state sits supinely by of certificates before ob-
TWKNTIKTII: fK.NTLRYCLt'll ; presented an acrobatic number, and Fate :Marker! Cuplng or --
Messrs. Roy McKinney and remains Inactive year after taining a renewal under new regulations any

MEETS: which_was splendid.. Brown attended B. Y. P. U. here I year permitting the present condition adopted by the State kinds, of cemetery work and
.
Sunday night. be- Board of Education. lawn furniture, call on or -
ISITI.TOUWORt{ ITT O.V of affairs to exist and to
The Twentieth club
Century Mr. Broward Strickland of come worse It falls In performing The regulation, it Is stated, write- world's greatest
met with Mr. and Mrs\ F. F:
Starke, was a business visitor here constitutional duty and it Is from Tallahassee, Is designed to JL
Stump, Thursday evening at their With Mrs. G, M. Inman, Guardian Its ; Gainesville tire building experience -
Saturday afternoon. In mind aa to prevent applicants whose certificates -
In chair Starke Grove met on a question my
home on Walnut street. Messrs. Jesse Ray and Joe Stew- be have : from applyingfor Memorial CompanyBox 40 years of it. .
the evening of Apr. 23 to initiate a whether or not taxes can en- expired
The of the home
rooms Stump '
were open ensulte, and were class of six Into. the degrees; of ers of Waldo were visitors here forced in the future against any\ renewals at Indefinite time, 232Gainesville has'made it possible to

charming with artistic arrangements Woodcraft and the beautiful workof Sunday night. citizen. which, It was stated, causes! con- Flu. build Dunlop Tires so
Circle Mr. Schell Byrd was a visitor to How the state blame any fusion. "Builders of Everlasting
of Easter lillles, poppies, .the Woodmen that wom- ran good they can stand: the
w an alone can do through fratern Starke Tuesday morning.. citizen for not paying his taxes The new regulation follows: Memorials."
gladiola and other garden flow
ity. Mr. L. A. Brown and son, Art- when his neighbor Is permitted togo "If a graduate state certificate hardest kind of abuse.To

ers. ford, of Brooker, were visitors after without Issued under the provisions of Sec- this extra
High scores of the evening were Every member was asked to attend along year year prove quality

made by Dr. E. L. Biggs and Mrs\ Fraternal Day on May the here Tuesday afternoon. paying hlstUnless Dunlop has arranged with
second at eight o'clock In the club The farmers are busy gathering this legislature passes
O. L. Beasley; low scores were the American Surety Company -
house. will well their bean crops which are very law which will in a constitutIonal -
Everybody bring a some
made by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. KIl-
7 fllleil box of picnic lunch which large; this year. They have already equitable, and fair man- SPECIAL SALEO'Cedar to guarantee and

lian.A chicken salad course was servo will be enjoyed by every one pres- bemin shipping in carload ner &>mpel the payment of taxes bond Dunlop Tires, even
from
ed the players. ent. There will be one or two lots.! Two cars were shipped now due, and passes an additionallaw against abuse. You don't

Those present ware Mr. and good speakers, a pleasing musical here Tuesday. providing for a proper and
I have when
to
Mrs N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. program, and every .fraternal organization fair assessment of real and per- Mops ______'______ __ 90c to $1.25 guess you
G, M.\ Inman, Mr.\ and Mrs. O. L In the county Is askedto sonal property In the future and buy Dunlop You know
O'Cedar Oil 4 25c 12 50c
_____ _____ oz. ; oz.
of taxes assessed! thereon
take part. t collection the tire is And
Deasley Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, ttRS1. right. you
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Plans were discussed for north and unless the state and the Glasses ___ _uu____ IOc, 3 for 2/ic know that we or other

Mr. and Mrs J. W. Killian Mr. Florida Woodmen Circle conven- respective counties materially reduce Brillo_ ______ _______ small 8c ;large 15c any
tion which will be held In Starkeon Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Frjsblo, Mld- their expenses, the governor Dunlop dealer will make
and Mrs. D. A. Montteth and Miss\
Crockery ___ _________ _______ We ea.
.
:Mabel Weller. May the 28th with a closed sessIon dleburg< daughter. April 18th. of this state .and the respuctlvecounties good on Dunlop's bond.

S-_ in the afternoon, and open Mr.\ and Mrs. A. J. Harnage.; materially reduce their! Fairy Combinets '-________ __________ 89c

'-'. n. (l, 1Vl';lNES11.Y; session< In the evening with the Starke daughter, April 22nd.;! expenses the governor of this Flit ____.,,-_____________-_ 75c; $1.00 Come in. See for yourselfthemostsweepingbonded

public Invited to see team work Mr. and Mrs. R. M.\ Manning, 'state will be compelled within a

Mrs. Paul )E. Canova, Sr., and demonstrated. Middleburg. daughter; April 22nd. year to call an extra session of the Best of Quality-Lowest of Price tireguirameeeveroffered.

her daughter Mrs. Geo. D. Flynn Watch No. 278 grow. We have I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hall, Green legislature for the purpose of dealIng -

will entertain the W. T. Weeks organized one of the peppiest Cove Springs, daughter April 18. with a more serious situation

Chapter U D. C., next Wednesday teams In the state, It will not be I. than ever has confronted the people DeWITT C. JONES STERN'S GARAGE

atternon, May lat, at 3:30: at Mrs. very far off, before they will bring with lillles Hostesses for the evening of this state

Canova's home All members Are the grand prize :ito Starke. The served tempting. refresh- Mark that prediction.Peter Hardware

( cordially Invited! hall was Impressively decorated ments. -- O. Knight, Tampa, Fla.I STARKE FLORIDAPAG
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PS25HS2SESZSSS252SH52S2S25HS2SZSa ";} I a visit with hlsj ,ter,, Mrs B. S. Sunday's Times-Unlon, will bo of rills returned home last Sunday NK\V: 1'ASSKNdKK. : K< HICDUMCSSunday. : : W. S. Cawthon! Florida mi perl n- It 1w y

Edwards. interest to the many friends of the MiDock Thomas Miss Alma I tendent of publication has", been f 1 I ,

Fernandez family: Mitts\ Isabel Thomas and Mra, Vergle; ('unlling-I Heflnnlng April 2lHt, advised. q I', I n t

1 Wits oiCSr 0.. W. Dyal of Graham, was a Mary Fernandez, daughter of Mr. ham of Lawtey, spent Sunday herewith Seaboard Railway scheduled for Candidates for the) nrholarahfpa o : : t:

visitor to Starke Friday comingIn ,. '., friends and relatives. Sl.urlio wets ported aR follows: must pas the college entrance HXamlnntlon :- If tl I
and Mrs. n. S. Fernandez of Sollttilmtliul .
.. while here to renew his subscription Miss Lulu-illa Pinholaler! spent board examinations In ,
% r/ .. : to the Telegraph. Starke, will graduate from I the Sunday In Lakeland with friends, No.< 1--.( Local ) 11:19: p.> m. English), mathematlcH French, .'\i iI b, 1
Florida Slate College for WomenIn No. 11--T"oc'o1)( ) 11:23: a. m. i
I ) r.eTi S and relatives. German Greek Latin or Spanish.Mr. [ '
May, with the degree of A. H., No. 107-( Limited ) 1:10: p. m. Cawthou.Varf asked 1 + *
Mr. Charles Knsey: after several to call ,
Misses Sarah and Louise Kelley, I .
In education Miss l Fernandez was : No. 191-( Limited ) 10:34: p.m. "
days visit with his: uncle, Mr. A. H. Jewell Wiggins and Messrs. GuyAnlta'ews the Bcholarahipa to the attention of /b
elected to Phi Kappa Phi, highest NorlhlxillixlNo.
Concerning Our People Business and school of Florida.JackHonvllle ;
Johns, left Monday for New Yorkto Wiggins of principals \
and Christie
:
scholastic honorary( fraternity on 2-l"0'a1)( ) 5:35) : :\ a. m. :. ,,1
of the County and Town rejoin his ship, the Utah.Mr. .
Progress New River, attended B, Y. P. U.
the campus, as a recognition N<'J. 12-( Local) ) 3:05: t>. m. Dry lee Corporation i.J

for her scholarship and campus) activities. here Sunday. No 108---Limited( ) 8:41: p. m.'III11I'C of America will spend more I. 'I ,
\ and Mrs. John Uglow, Miss: She Is also a member of H. P. nnd R. M.\ Gainey were \\ Itriim-h than $100.000 at Commodore's 1.i I '

c+ n444SaS2SS? ..f1Ir Carrie Uglow and Miss Hazel Cal- ]Kappa Delta Phi national honorary transacting; business in Gainesville. No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. Point plant of Liquid Carbonic :'1 j\ J ,r

>l. J. A- Saul wen a visitor to Col. and Mrs, J. L. Frazee were lender motored to Silver Springs Spanish fraternity. She has last. Monday. No. 102-Arrives Starko 4:40: P'I Corporation, ;t I :''ri

.1/1'/,' IIHunvllle Tuesday. In Quinenvllle Monday. Sunday. served as president of the latter Mr. A. H", Shaw of Gainesville, m. I --- --- !

-- organization for 'two years. Her was transacting! business here last JUlie Hun'" Line .1.1I

Wanted hens. Pay cash J. F. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, J r", and Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Monday other activities include member Sunday. Northbound-6:10 a. m., 8:53: 'I ;

l Kit, Uliter. Mrs K, L. Higgs spent Tuesday In ,' for Tampa, fur a week's visit with ships In the college orchestra, Le Mr. llaycs of Starke was attendhiK a. m. 1:58: p. m., 6:18: p. in., 8G8: I

--- Jacksonville : her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Circle) Frnnclfts, and associate to 1 business here lam p. m. I II II

\\' 1 ir.[ BIRRS; of Lawtey was a I Durden.Mlws membership In the scientific so- Among; thoHe attending: MondllY'1 Southbound-!9:37: a. m.. 12:07p. : I

to Starke Wednesday. Dr. R. M. l%aver of Lake Geneva, ciety. ness :In Graham last Tuesday wore m., 4.07 I p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. : I
visitor Ethel Grlllln, Miss! Myrtlce ----- i.. Arlfol'd.Mr. I f
-- was a visitor to Starke Monday rile A. Brown and son Itt v t wu
.
Jackson ___ i y-t
and Miss Jackson
Myrwln -
Iveu of Ocala, spent while enroute to Jacksonville. ..... C. C. Melvln. Mr. and Mra.! R.M. '
Mr Norman : motored to Jacksonville Wednesday ..... ..Ni Wt K< .1 1(uaicsiiis.vyr.I) \cr.it
In Starke. \ Gainey and Mr. D. L. Polk. g, ,. 1
!ti]," week-end afternoon. r.1+. .4!
Lawrence }
BROOKER Messrs.
+ and Hazen
Emery ?
J. H. : Alph I
of. Keystonetltiglita. ;: \ Throe $GoU HrholarHlitpn to boys

Mih Virginia! Weeks spent the was a business: visitor to Mrs. T. J. Alderman and daughter 0. \Miss rrnrlo Oalnry; *. wore Hampton U'linsal'llnlbusiness last Tuondny.\ in from schools:: in the> Northern and 1 Bejfa/r witkyourself

w".ll-I'nd( In Gainesville.Mr. SUu-ko Monday. Francis, spent Wednesday In ..N..00.0.Ntt<..i4t N.ttbiesrs Mr. and bH'a. Louis Shrlver and sotithwcHlern Btntt' are available '
:at ITnioii College of Sehelll+rlady. /
Gainesville: with Mrs. DeWItt[ C.
David M. Wills of Jacksonville Supt. J. S. glitch of the State Jones. Alph and 1 Kmery: Hnzen:: Misses Stellnnie und( ]'IoreneVnrd N. Y., under the bequest of a w.ll. : + .
Farm, spent the week-end In Georgia and Josephine Chesser wero visit- ,
business -
was a visitor: : to -----
spent Sunday In. Starke. Starke with friends. 'ing in Jacksonville last "'ellnE'sda "lluppygo-lurky" I. ti |prm nrvrrppUril 4a "y',
Saturday Ih. and Mrs. Balford Ilazelton .. e
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'. to ucrr ful. )1..jZr..lw.!
Rep. G. W. Hazen who has been ) 1' "
and bitsSue Venters of Hemingway ; = folk Thrjr IIIIVB mriu* <
tlallendar visited in '
Hazel Mr. A. B. ,
and
Miss Sweet attending to business in Tallahassee Surrency son i it with 10
I potato plants wanted J. S. C., are guests of !Mr. andMrs. Say wrlly by having hi-cn fair villi llirmrlvciu ;1 j
Jin/ ksonvllle Wednesday I-'. Kitkilter.Florshelm. returned home for the week- :\lal1le and 1 Mr. Johnnie I Douglas, 1 hry here fart-il 1.I.t..m.. j't
R, S.
-- Humphrey. end last Friday. were transacting business In Flowers For All iliiarrly, writhed, furls end pro i '

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent Shoes, regular $10 Mr. A. A. Hazen of Gainesville, Starke last Monday. vltlfil Mtunil InmirMiire|.nilrrtlnn fur / ; ,
Miss Mamie Barnett of Umatllla, Occasions the of llirir inlrreetw i iB .
Suiurday in Jacksonville. value, for $6.65, at J.1.I. Alvarez, wan transacting: business here last Mr. Norman Parrish was attend- prtwrviillon n ( 7,
after week's visit with Miss '
a f.Hev. f. .. '' 7 terlueunondrgnmu
fair with
yourclf-kerp
the Dependable Store. Sunday. ing to business In Graham last your
Blanche Alderman, has returned to .
Peanut, chats and velvet bean W. M. Moody of Lacrosse, Monday and Tuesday Gertrude ( to 1 '
Godbey
her home.
seed J. F. Kickliter.Col. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., fllled his regular appointment at The Gainesville Brotherhood y
Rock last Sunday. met with us again; last Sunday Anderson WALL
spent Sunday in Jacksonville with Mrs: H. Harris and daughter of HAROLD C. :
and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. M.. Gainey were night and gave ua a very Interest- ,
Richmond, Va., at the
are visiting "''
Wednesday in Jacksonville. visIting' in Starke last Saturday ting program INSURANCE ,
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.O. Phone 89 Waldo. Fla. ?" I
Remember B. y, U.
P.
Plenty: of fryers left at 35c a A. Mitchell. night. every ''t
Mr. J. W. Edwards mace a business pound(! O. A. Mitchell[ Starke, Fla.It Mr. and Mrs.\ Ted Redd and son, Sunday night Kverbody come. ......._ r -. -4 STARKE, FLORIDA y, r''
trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. --John of of Lacrosse, passed through' here Mr. and Mrs Fred Hazen of
!Mr.\ and Mrs. Lake ;; '
last Su nday. Gainesville were attending to 4tktRU! I '
Butler spent the week-end with 'i'
,
Mr. L. E. Jones and! Mr. Desslo business here last Monday.
Mrs. Kate Brown of Plant City, t4pJtI -
Mrs. Johns' parents, Mr. and Mrs
A WOftCOLUMN Simmons, of Gainesville, visIting Miss Lois Gainey. Mr. I H. P. ,
pr arrived Wednesday for a visit with were -
W. 1 H.[ Green.

U Mr. and Mrs. N. tl. hull ;t Mrs.friends R. H.here Green last nnd Sunday.daughters Ga'ney were transacting and Mra.! A.business F. Raulernon in Graham ::;::: ::: : ;; '
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Mjss Myrjfrf' lap&son( Miss! Myr L.'Q'' '' r'rr! F *Tid' rST.rllraaw 1,4ra 1 i lI l- r1 )
I I I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Uoree have win Jacksonllnd 'Miss Ethel Griffin Lorena and Ozena and son Wednesday, I ah,'!;' ,, q ,
'I Russell, all attended church at rite Clyde Cone was transacting!: I
-4-burner Nesco been visiting relatives In Starke 'fl' 1'
For SALE- perfect will spend the week-end In ; + 'di
.
busness! in Starke last Monday. '
See Olln] W. this week. Theresa last Sunday. '
oil stove cheap. 1 Baconton, Ga. ,
1lltlio.r/ ..-...u-..... i Air and Mrs. It. M. Gainey; Mr. i

Mrs. A. A. Durd and daughter ; Dr. and Mrs. M. II. ,Herlong( of L. R. Gainey, and daughter, Lois, If Tires Could

SEWING SOI.ICITED-Fan'y and I MI8H Hilda Durden of Hampton Jacksonville! enroute to Tampa, were visiting in .Jacksonville last Dlt. 11. H. C.lltltOLIj I a ,

1 plain; satisfaction guaranteed.Mrs. were In Starke Wednesday.Mr. were the guests" Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Dentist

1'. B. lIunt, Hampton, Fla.111tt.. T. J. Grimn Sunday. Mrs, A. F. KaulerBon and Lois Over Corppnlng's Drug Store I l
and Mrs. John Uglow and Gainey were transacting business I'hnnu :UIOdloo ; > r ,C q.

, .. Miss Beatrice Bullen motored to !Mr.\ and Mrs. M. Lang of Jacksonville in Ga'ncsvllle lust Friday IIuiirKi f O to 3.We .

FOll() SALE Cut Gladioli, $1.00 Gainesville 'Wednesday afternoon. spent the week-end with Miss Verlle Thomas, who ling been Screech"I

[per dozen ; Aster; plants, $2.50 Mr\ Lang's parents, Mr. and spending some time /In Jackson ,

PIT 100. Gertrude Godhey Audi Mr. Gary Emits of Tampa, spent Airs. L. V. Moore.Mrs. I II ;

( teen, Phone 39. Waldo, Fla. Sunday with Mr and :Mrs. J. W. -- I II

419lt.FOll Morgan.Mr.+ \[ W. L. Wnll. Mrs. J. M.Drownlee I I

+ hire\ II. C. Wall and Col
SALK-Good Studebaker car and Mrs. A. it. Hall of Jacksonville ".. T. Weeks spent Wednesday in I
make
In first class condition. A bar- rakes
can s
were guests of AIr .and Jacksonville. : .t t :
ICIl'n if sold quick.' II. J. Cox, Mrs. I... S. Hutto Sunday. r I
Lawtey, Fla. 4.10.2t1ViNTPDA' "
...,T .. Mr, M. C. Stith[ and little sons,
.f. "of' Tomato, sweet 'peppers and the
mule, arrived here Sunday from' Louis- delivery on
Rood young '
weight not.less .than 1000 Ibs., Porto Rico potato plants. Place rills, Ky.. and are guests: at the TEARING up to a comer and stopping Bonn +, "s ri I '
orders' with me. J. F'. KIcUliter. and Mrs.\
your home of her parents: Mr.
and not over 6 tq 7 years: old. thrilling. But what a yell you'll hear ,
II. L. Brownleo. I New Ford Car y, s
4-2G-2t.
1 I. W. Moore, Starke. ;
'
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Mr. and Mrs. W. W. riaisden. Jr. i from your tires-if they could protest.
The Dependable Store Is selling
'
FUR SALE Kegtstered: German and family of Jacksonville spent ,
Florshelm Shoes, regular: $10 sellers i NEW shipment of new Ford cars has just arrived en.
police! female pups $15 each. Sunday with the Misses Balsden.Mrs. ,Iant's'the I idea Grindln' the hides off'
J. D1. Edwards, Box 842, Starke at $6.65. The. biggest bar abling us to make immediate delivery to a limited number "Hey, ,, Mg ,i'

Fla. It* J. II. Hitch and Miss Margaret gain Starke.ever J. M.offered Alvarez.Mr. in. shoes in of customers. Better com: i iu loon: and select the our bodies like that! Your brakes don't stop the ,;,

Long were shopping: in Jack- car you want. All orders will be filled! in the order of '
Our treads have slide ; ;1
to ,
FOR I RENT Furnished all or sonville Wednesday. car-they only slop us. ? ,
their
and rifts 1.. D. Card had as receipt.
1 part of 11 room house, two the'r guests this past week, Mrs Roadtter, $450 Phaeton and grip the road for you. Have a heart!I" a lM_
f4G3 Tudor Sedan
$52' ,
bathe and' all conveniences Rood( bins Will Tlllls and Mrs. C. C.
Harden! and chickens, close in Colley visited friends and relativesIn Anthony Llcht and "Mrs. Robert linen'Coupe, $121 Coupe $"O w t ;
Card and children, of Detroit, Sport Coupe, with rumble teal, $550 to train speed in a few ,
Stepping
large: lot. bite Hamrick, Starke, Starke Wednesday.Mr. a car up express i et
Mich. Fordor Sedan
$G23

Fla. It !\ and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of ----- (All fricel /i. 0I.. Detroit, pint. thorns far. ,freight anil Jalirtn.. Bum,....' seconds and holding it there makes telephone G
and lire
Mrs. Lily S. Lewis: and Bon, ipart c < .1.) '
FOR RENT-Two to four connecting Jacksonville, spent Sunday in James, left Friday for ]Ronnoke, poles flit past like fence posts, but- -
: rooms or entire house Starke with relatives.Mrs. i''' i
Va., where they will spend the W. Andrews ,
by the year, longer; if desired! Mrs. D. J. Jr '
summer with Dir and C 'y
would those
Corner' Walnut and 10th sts. Mamie[ McLaughlln of St. "Say, boss, your tires warn, quick ;

Mrs. Oa- Matthews, S. C., is 1 the guest of Shank. I IMr9. i
References required. g
.' starts do three things ((1)) show you've got a ,, 1
born. 4-19-lt ;Mrs. C. G. Bryant. S. K. Johns, -M--;: N t

Christy, Mrs, M, Edwards. Mrs. ... .- great car, ((2) spin us and ((3)) sandpaper' our 1i I

FOR SALK Fordson tractor, disc Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mlas Oeo. II. Lowry, and lira.\ Alverna : hides. Don't think 'burning the roult'either. :
you're ,
}
tJelnesvllle
barrow and plow; 1 ton Ford Blanche Alderman visited Dean spent Thursday at Silver up 11

truck, stake body. All a good Monday. Springs. You're burning us up with that high speed. r
buy 2 miles north of Starke,

Rlscayne Filing Station. II. B. Mlas Lolselle Turner of Cedar Last day April 30th. Remember 1<; ? ; Those bouncing axles, too, swerve us from side ; ;,, t
Ke ', spent the w *k-end In Starke
Purvis. 4-19-2t ) 3th() ends our special j '
that April
_
with relatives.[ offer 5 portraits for $1.50. It 1'I to side, toss us up and bang us down. Don't expect ,

FOR SALK Tennessee grown :;: {'
you miss It, you miss the bargainof us to take over the miles that we can go for '
At Hernando, you
I s s i Ion a I' y.strawberry. bits J. M. Colley of life. Hoover Bros. ? ,'
plants the flat kind, $3.25 per !s visiting relatives in Starke this your more considerate drivers.I a I +
1,000 f, o.'b. shipping point. I
week :
Mar-Globe tomato and Ruby Mr. and Mrs.V.. J. Kpperson, '' ; 3 ', i
Jr., of Jacksonville, spent several 'k'< """ Tires better { +
pepper plants, $1.60 per l.ouu. Mrs.A.Z. Adklns and Miss are today
S. M. Carnes, Florahome. Fla. days of this week with Mr. Ep F
_ 4124tBIG Ethel Griffin motored to Gaines- person's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V.J. )What Tests Show shan they have ever been. 1, ,

BARGAIN1 taker ville Monday afternoon. Epperson. tii 'SF:; !I A truck", operated at 35: I''
my
$ ,
'
If however
I miles) hour and quicklytopped you enjoy t I
pecan farm in the city limits of Col. and Mrs. J L. Frazee were left per
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W Kllllan rMr :; and and
fast p
Starke; last year's crop over business visitors In Jacksonville their home In :rfk every quartermile starts elope ,
Wednesday for ,y:
3,000 pounds of nuts. Good Tuesday C. after tend wore ofT ** much high I speed, must ex t ;,
Black Mountain, N. a you wd
tread rubber In 100 mile
house, barn, chicken house; I
the home of Mrs. Killlan's ,; '
some tools, etc. I am going to rifts J. Griffin and Mrs. N. ys' visit at a* would ordinarily tllaup- pect more wear and tear ; ;
father, rifts J, M. Truby.
New York and need money. See T. Bitch were shopping In Jacksonville \\ I pear in lereral thousand on your tires, the game r ?!

me before May 15th. After Monday, mile. '
Mrs.\ M.\ Leviton left Thursday do t'1
r as on car.
''hat 'L. Torruela, you your
date sale.
no Hot Springs, Ark., to be gone /
for
Starke. 4-19-tf. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins i Test can run at 35: mile ,
H. V. Knight spent Tues two months. She will stop in Atlanta hour secured Tell us frankly how you ,
and Col.
for a few days visit with her Here is A Successful per prae f' (
MALE HELP WANTED-I am day In Macclenny. daughter, Mrs II. L. Brownlee, drolly double the lire prefer to drive; we will 3 ?i

wheels running a McNess Store money on -T. J.- Griffin and Mrs. A. Jr., who will accompany her. Man in the mileage that was obtained recommend the proper i t ,
and making more Airs\ Making when the lame ear! were \
,
than I ever made before. There Wood spent Tuesday afternoon in Mr. J.P. Dyal of Tampa, spent driven ileadily at 45 miler type of Goouyear tires to +J '

is an opening!: for a reliable man Waldo. the weekend with Mrs. O. J. per hour meet yorr rc,jrJrcnenta! : f

'10> run a McNess Store on wheelsIn Griffin and was accompanied home When see a boy depositing a little -- ff.'rr.rrr.'J! '
business l you '
Bradford county. $7 to $12 Air W. O, Halle made a by Miss\ Ruby Dyal who has spent ...aauroxrtic"oap.ar irc-t: : i 1'i i'

'Ully' year around work exper- trip to Gainesville Wednes the past ten days here and in Jack something every week from allowance or ; ,

""nce unnecessary, unusual: of- day. sonville.

1"\'. Write 'me at once. K. A. V. Alvarez of salary, you realize that habits of thrift are I of Series of Talks'? ; .
Hicks, 453 Cherokee' avenue, Mr. and Mrs. U. of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley had J"No- a 'lY ,

.''aoksonvllle, Fla. It* Jacksonville, were week-end.the guests as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. being formed .Habits that will mean a i Tire Care ,/
relatives over the on by.r .l
and Mrs. J. F. Robinson, Virginia ,I
Far: SALE 8 acres, four room attended the Fugate and Mrs.[ M. C. Hall of sane, successful business career later on in .i
i 1 I.. ''use. 1 1-2 miles from Storks Miss Ethel Moore Ocala The occasion was the 77th 1 ; I

'out lour acres fenced and Woodmen meeting in Jacksonville birthday of Mr.\ Robinson, who Is life. r 1

1 Mable, balance In woodland. Monday.Mr. Mrs. Colley's father. RITCH'S SERVICE STATION
'i'n', and
is rich strawberry ;
1 ucklnn soli. Price $800 cash. and Mrs.\ L. F. Smith and to Among+those attending Grand Every Sayings Account Draws .4 Percent .

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visitors rl
'I.." acres 2 3.4 miles from Starke son, Leonard were. Chapter of Eastern Star In Jacksonville Interest. Starke, Florida] i' ; ,

\with small h.ouse\ all tillable, Gainesville Friday.Mr. this[ week are Mrs.\ C. A. t tti

and partly fenced, and noted for will Knight, Mra. O. JCL..3Vhite. Mre. R. 9
Reddlck!! ti
good strawberry soli price $850. I.. C. Ray of sisters, J. Davis, Mrs. 'V. J. Epperson,
of his BANK OF STARKEA
<0 acres ftf>> the very best truck- be a week-end guest the Misses Mr. and Mrs.\ C. A. Futch 1\ln. O.M. -- i

+1lg i t and strawberry soil, partly Airs J. W. White and \ Slstrunk, and Mra. Edwin J
ROLL OF HONOR BANK; ;
liable! balance timber and RaY Southers. 5 '
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woodland, some buildings, a real of Jacksonville t

bargain. $1200. O. M. Inman, Mr. Morris Green home after The following which appeared In +c.i ,,
returned to his II j .
Starke, Fla. 4-26-31. ,t.

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FLORIDA FltllXlf. APRIL gg, ID2f, ,0I
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Frequent MowingAnd NATIONAL EGG WEEK WILL BE IS IIKTRIMKNTAL TO

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'ill r Farmers & FarmingIJy Needed Top-Dressing By 'Lawns Raise OBSERVED FIRST WEEK IN MAY r minutes Forest that fires which destroy months In ,a y.x) 'it,.,w I r


(IJy ,\ Editor) Af Poultry f fD I I and decades, grew and that will" t II! !:
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i -- to the farmer Is worth many' .I,,.

--- ... -- .. .. ... -.. Calnesville. Fla,--Before the Dr. L.D. LeCetir. S. I Il' Oane8v1l1e.: Fla.The first loads of the very best fertlli/i, '', i

rainy season begins Is an Ideal St. Louis( Mo. wl-tl.-k In May will be observed as rI r- Still there are many farmers ;
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Art | AVKUF FARSt PROUR.1MFollowing vtt i <1 /
time to. start a lawn In Florida, 1)IcGrarI.apraJuamaftheOnmrioVeterlnary '
; : ) ::: National'! Egg Week throughoutthe friends of farmers who see no PI1 I
{ tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found C H. Knlow associate agronomistof Colluue, IHUZ.. 'l llilrtv.l.. I I I. harm in t
IA yemrt ot veterinary prm"tU' on Jmru* effortswill tlcular applying a DlIlI"h" i
; 11 To Be Best Suited to Our Country the Florida Experiment Station of Uvo ktoik, anil pnulirv.....1 ktiM.k luiinrnlMulhwiry country and special is a list of farm talksto to heavy growths of woods gn HR f
nn poultry
told a radio audience( : recently Nauannlly. known poultry / \ be made to get the people of he broadcast over station under-growth. Little doth," (. f

... ; speaking) over WRUF, the state Noted author and. lecturer.Aitlclc 'MIJlnM' to/appreciate fully Gainesville
::e- the nation more WRUP located at realize that this
station. The requirements for -,....?-..--......?..?....-.. I persons heavy I
{ Oiiii the food value of eggs. according Florida for the week ending May growth of grass and undergrowthIf ,
having a good lawn are not as dif- > XVI The talks given every day
CARLOAD to N. K. Mehrhof. extension 3. are ( not destroyed) will in the )tong< :
' ficult as most people' imagine he PITY POOH
said Apr 27-U. S. 1), A. Farm talks. animals with
by the er grazing more 1111-
Frequent mowing and the proper \ lie ltr" Is Now the ; The move Is sponsored 29 How the Chemist Can
will the
Apr. trlment than constamlv!
REGISTERED BULLS FORNORTHFLORIDACATTLEMEN National Poultry Council an organization
amount of plant food are the \\"t'h"Orll1t11 l.oultl''IIWIl
of poultry producers.Last Help rhe Farmer, n. \V. Huprecht, burnt-over woods. And little do
most to considerIn Ulion the !Henson
Important points' wiling the idea met with suc- chemist, Florida Experiment Sta- they think of the terrible] clestrntlou -
the care of a lawn In th's'! state tonics To Hit Klltl.: year ,
: of young trees, the Rout."
stimulating consumption
In
egg
Due to the leaching of nitrogen; cess ton.Apt' 30-U. S. I>. A. Farm talks.
and
Mehrhof declared.The of future lumber naval store< ,
1 Mr.
from the sandy soils of the state, The old expression, "Cocko''thc'Valk. National Egg Week N.
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co-operation;: of hotels and May when they apply the match.
f t ts Mia fertilizer recommended( by Mr. ," doesn't mean as much restaurants throughout the country U. Mehrhof: extension poultryman. Scientists and practical farm i ,

s, j A carload of pure bred registered FORESTRY'EXPERIlIENrr Enlow is a mixture of 6 pounds of now as It once did. In former Is being secured and during Description of Hust Mites, J. II. of Florida soils In humus. Then i
BIG
cottonseed/ meal and 2 pounds) of
: bulls of the beef type has Just sulphate! of ammonia for each times, Sir Chanticleer strutted the National EBB Laying Week Watson entomologist, Experiment: tell us that I the one greatest net'c( 'I i I

,; arrived In the state and are now 1000 square feet of lawn apace about with all the Insolence of one many of them will\ feature eggs In Station. seems nothing less"' than waste' ,indestroy ., '
will also be May 2-U. S. D. A. Farm talks. \ this humus so often and|
being distributed to cattlemen Thin application should 1 be given; whose indispensability could not their menu. Eggs with

;. b and farmers of several counties In TO BE MADE when the color of the grass begins be questioned. lie became the featured In dining cars during this May N.3-Get Acquainted extension so needlessly. Instead of rl.<'
n. Mehrhof
; week. Grocery stores In many Eggs, straying it, we should make PI-
fad'ng. central figure of many a legend,
: : the tick free area, It was learned The best practice Is to leave tbe even to becoming the hero of a places will have special window poultryman., cry to protect and conserve It.

ttirv today, through an Interview! with displays'\ of eggs. e )In consideration of the timber
Florida IH Approved LorntfoiI clippings on the lawn when it Is great fanciful drama by the master IX
the State Veterinarian, Dr, J. V. calledto NUTRITIONOIIK phase of this question of "burningthe
Attention of the public is
,
Well!
Edmond: Uostard
I'. H. Woik. mowed. This practice care of the playwright s'r.tTlIS) t'OI31KNDE11Tallahassee : : : : "
The these PI'oresHorV,
purchasing woods. I.
Knapp \ adula- the many food elements found
other plant food elements neededby he might strut with all th's
litl bulls for use In grading: of the Florida College of
purebred in which Floyd
In The many ways
his Is eggs.
tion but of greatness
the grass. The mixture of cottonseed day work
''k t' t the Florida native Location by the federallOVE'1'n./: Nutrition ,, "The future orFlol'lda's
up and Improving be served together with Agriculture, says,
forever. At best, he is eggs may
meal and sulphate of ammonia now Rone
indicates a definite ment of lands In Florida for reforestatlon among club girls In Florida Is setting forests, especially her.
cattle makes
breed- the price at this season
the
tolerated
has been found( to give best merely during
) and demonstration : the for all other states,
the of Florid cattle pur- pace Is uncertain
lands They
trend on part \ food cut-over
: almost Indispensable ,
and reward for :eggs:> tin
Ing season a
results over a number of years of as In
under provisions of act according to comment contained
toward the raising; ofbetter' poses an be made to produce contln
.
owners talthful service he Is then condemned !says Mr. Mehrhof.It may
r ex Pert mentation. '
i i a cattle, following the completion based on recommendations( submitted to the to exile Is the policy of the council a message from extenson: officials uous crops of timber. As the sup
Preparation of the land for a ( axe or
i'' eradication of the during 1921 by a special Washington.. The letter was and the demand
the decreases Increases
of ( the time to appoint a chairman for each 1, ply -
For this
lawn should include a good plow- one supreme
committee of the United States addressed to Miss !Mary A. Sten-
cattle fever tick, which work tug or spading'ami it should he dictator of barnyard, society! must tale.. and Mr. Mehrhof has been ... .. prices will soar, and thereIn -
or tne
senate after the committee had nutrition
nis. specialist
makes the cattle Improvement level. If irrigation is planned this lay the blame on fairly recent selected for Florida. lie Is organizing is seen>onr duty to posterity to
made exhaustive Investigations State Home Demonstration Depart-
w; possible. It appears that cattlemen It the right time to install the !scientific discovery. Like the musician ; ; local groups over the protect the future of our lumber
Into present and prospective timber ment and commented on the
,
farmers of the tick free There is no better
and who his livelihood state and appointing local chairmen Industry. way
pipes, before the grass Is started. sees
supply this.country. is' Indlcat splendid work being done in this
section and more, coming of doing this than by refrainingfrom
are more There\ are two ways of gettingthe threatened: by Vltaphone and who will ass'st: him In boostIng -
ed by Major Evan W. Kelley dls state.
"
that after the woods'.
1, the conclusion 'burning
to ) the Movietone the ex-sultan of chlck- eggs. .
trlct forester of the grass started by sowing has
department Florida Is the only state It
tbe tick Is gone It is practical and I seed or putting out cuttings of the endom now finds h'maelf: In a very Another plan which will be usedto
of agriculture. In a recent com- been learned, that features a state
profitable to raise better cattle the attention of the public -
My Investigations !- catch
gra's. The latter method is preferred precarious position.
muncatlon addressed to Senator contest for the club girls.
eti and that the most economical In as It gives a sod much on my experimental farm will consist of several talks posture COFFINS & CASKETS |
Duncan U. Fletcher who was at In the national health contest lasteal'
doing thIs Is to grade up the, native that all roosters broadcast from station WUUF on
to
material me
oulcker. The planting prove
$ active member of the special com the Florida representativeplaced and a Full Line of
cattle by the use of pure bred mlttee. should be set in rows about 12 should be removed from the flock May 1 and May 3, Food and nu-
second and made the
f registered sires. The bringing In the breeding season is rltion; specialists will explo.n'the'! high-
Inches apart with the plants about as soon as Undertakers Supplies
U" 1 of breds Is In K<'ll('js' Statement est score In posture. Officials of
of this carload pure 6 Inches in the rows, !Mr. Enlow over. They should then be comfortably value of eggs In the diet and seekto
a j connection with the final tickeradlt"at'ton Major Kelley said: slated. housed or' sent to the convince the America npubllo the contest stated that her posture AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

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9 and live stock Improvement "The objective which the forest butcher. I convinced that d rutty hat are inuispensaoie.Ileforestat'on u was perfect.
eggs
Is am
The selection of the .
grass Another feature of the work in Always en bind. Tk. fceal .***le.at
f'i' program of the state service has In view In Florida Bnvctal .
St. $50,000,000 Is lost every year the lownt pn attention
quite an Inmportant question
c E veterinarian, secretary" to the conformable with plans approved [ REFOIIEST.IJION: 1I.J.S: Florida which has attracted atten- to .*le.r.Dh .r......
August'ne: is a coarse rank-grow- by poultry raisers who, through REGISTERED EMBALMER
tion is the Nutrition! News Sheet
stock board the national forest reservation -
sanitary by
state live
Inp; lawn grass preferring good carelessness or because they do not
t:. which board Is responsible for committee is to locale two national loam soil and plenty of water. This know any better allow roosterso means the renewal a monthly organ devoted to helpful I DEWITT C. JONES
the tck! eradication( work In the forest purchase units in additionto and perpetuation of tree hints to club girls and others
glass does fairly well In shade, run with the flock out of breed- STARKE FLA.
growth. In the main Its objectIs Interested In nutrition and health.
state This carload will make solidifying; within tire present
chinch
but is subject to attacks by Ing season.
kli three hundred boundaries of the two exlsitlng to rear and harvest on the same This news sheet Is edited by Miss
i make about pure no-
I bugs during dry spells in early The rooster's part In poultry .ilIDWWIDliMDIJlOOQIIf(!
bred cattle brought Into the tick tional forests. One' of these new miner or early fall lalslng Is merely to fertilize the land In an unending round sucesslve Stennis
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free area of the state In connection units Is to be within'the slash pane: S Centipede grass Is better adapted eggs; Intended for hatching. Hens timber crops. Unlike

r with the dunes of, the board In region, and one is to be within the to dry conditions and sandy will lay Just as well with no male like many natural resources, for-

? fostering tile live stock Industry. longleaf pine belt of the state. A In the bird when they are. ever and forever. Continuous production -
oils than other present as
Wde! spread Interest among cattlemen most Important function of these any grown I of tree crops on land best We can charge your
\ state. This grass will crowd out Some poultrymen contend they lay YES S HKS
end farmers of the state, proposed new forests will be to others under favorable growing even better without male birds. suited for that purpose is the aim 8

In the development 'of the cattle serve as demonstrational areas topresent of forestry
r tyr 1 conditions, but will not become Furthermore an Infertile egg will STORAGE BATTERY In ISmith's
Industry, both dairy and beef to the owners of private fertile
than
rootstocks like the Bermuda. One keep much longer a keted for table use. Any poultryman -
types. Indicate In a most convincing forests lands the bent methods of
disadvantage: of Centipede( however who Is not already practicing!
manner, that Improvement of handling\ their properties to maintain one.The
s Is Its habit of turning brown fertilization of eggs causes his plan of handling the male
v Florida cattle: will go; on as fast them up on the basis of per- them to much more quickly
} I during cold spells in the winter. spoil birds of his flock Is losing money Starke
h t"i lj. aa the completion of tick eradication ( manent ptoductlvlty. These two This problem may be solved by than, they would if 'not fertllzed, through his old-fashioned methods Garage
will allow it to proceed. Tick units are being located not( with a
in hot weather. Heat
planting winter grasses In the fall\ especially and will be well repaid for adoptIng Ia.
eradication work In the state Is view to serving any section of the however. causes the germ in the egg to more up-to-date practices. I

e+ moving", on smoothly and In an efficient state nor any group of counties, I .. grow and as soon as such growth --- -- --- -- --

, ti manner and as fast as available nor even the state of Florida( as a One da'.ryman in Polk county ftarts. the egg is no longer fit

", ) funds will admit. To date whole but to serve owners of 18 making plans] to build silos this for use as food. On the other

there are 26 counties tick tree these classes of lands over large spring to take care of 1000 tons hand. I have fully demonstrated Buy Sound Basis !

areas of the entire southeastern of ensilage according to Frank L the keeping qualities of Infertle! on a
federal
stales since there Is no provisionfor Holland county agent. This dairy- eggs by keeping them In Incuba-

f' L ties will be ready for release early locating such units either In man also has 200 acres planted In tors for varying lengths of time.

this summer and six counties are Georgia or in Alabama ,For this permanent pastures. I have tested such eggs after the We stand behind Used Car

working, having started March 1, reason we are primarily concerned tenth day of incubation and found every

t ? : this, year. ( with securing locations which Jackson county club girls have them, still comparatively fresh.

The following; are the names of will! most effectively represent the i recently held a number of demonstrations Had they been fertile, they would the Red

l ,' I purchasers of pure bred bulls] in average conditions of growth of i In "Better baking for have been completely spoiled! after bearing Tag

the car load now being dlatrlbut- theso two forest types that Is, school lunches." two or three days In the In-

I ed, there were 31 head In the lot, slush pine and longleaf pine, tak- cubator. In warm weather fertile '
over productive lands had undertaken with OK
ing Into consideration the accessibility an
30 pure bred registered bulls and egg>l will spoil almost as quickly;
reforest them
to on quite an
one pure .bred registered heifer'! ; of the unit to the public. as they will in an Incubator or II
extensive scale.
orders were taken by Dr. R. I.. 2oo.noO1'14 In Vnlts under a setting hen unless they J that .counts
Congress Passes" Art.
j IJrlnkman, assigned to Live Stock "The national forest reservation Based on report of the committee are kept in a cool, dry place. c

':q'i s Improvement and Final Tick erad commission has authorized the location of which Senator Fletcher wasa Eggs should be gathered twice a

,;. Icatlon and working In cooperation of one of these units--that day In hot weather and marketedat
member, congress passed an act
opera'f,4 with the U. S. Bureau of Animal to represent the slash pine conditions directing the secretary of agriculture least twice a week. Nests shouldbe .1Iizz: -

Industry veterinarians and in north central peninsulaof to co-operate with officials of kept In a clean dry place and Ji ') -
other tlnlt agencies: the litter In them should be fre-
co.cpera Florida and will\ probably authorize the various states of other suitable ;
r 1 J ( Waokulla- . agencies with a view or recommending .
risen 1 ball;; C. C. Pelt, '1 bull: represent the longleaf pine conditions and help to keep down ver-
for each forest region :
rd,4; S. L. Williams 1 bull; C, Taff. 1 that section of the state lying such systecfta of flrS 'prevention min. Small, soiled and deformed : ;

ld8 bull; Senator II, N. Walker] Sr. 1 between Tallahassee and Mar- arid suppression as would ade- eggs or those that are off color

tn, k bull and 1 heifer bred In obtaining lanna The area contemplated at quately protect timbered and cut should be kept for home use. Eggsof ,

{ r these orders Dr. Brink- this time amounts to something over lands and make available a good color uniform size and.

: q man bad the co-operation of D. M. like 100,000 acres for each unit continuous production of timber; above all those that are not fertile : .1 r

'; Tredwell county agent and C. L. but may be enlarged at a later and also co-operate with the vari- command the best prices. .

Marrlwon. cattleman, and other Interested date provided officials of the state ous states in the procurement, production So many of the stations where

parties. Gadsden county; do not object and distribution: of forest- eggs are bought now conduct tests
)Ion. E. M. Collins 1 bull, Mr. I "Investlgat'ons have been for fertility that their sale is the
completed -
tree seeds and plants, for planting
''y CcVHtos! : Is a member of the legislature. of several large tracts and denuded or non-forested lands and more reason for segregating or LOOK thesstandinge

t 'Anal decisions may be reached by growing timber thereon. butchering the rooster as soon as

r Walton county: Agr'culture; vocational the commission at Its next meet- Section 7 of the act provides: his period of usefnllness is over. Car Values

lt" j school 1 bull. Santa Rosa Ing probably during May" "That to enable owners of lands As soon as one breeding season Is .

county, Judge T, F. West, 1 bull;
Judge West this bull should be put In comfortable pensto purchased a Commenting on the information timber crops to donate or devise -i TOURING

( L fae animal and made a present conveyed by District Forester Kelley such lands tp the United themselves or should be marPAINTER'S Balloon tires, bumpers, license duco OUR used car department is operated under

of it to the agricultural vocation- Senator Fletcher said: that tales in order to assure future -- finish. Mechanically perfect; $125 down famous Chevrolet Red O.K.Tag system.

F el school of the county In order during the summer and fall of timber supplies for the balance 1 year ,GMAC plan. WITH AN
t to encourage the Improvement of 1023 the committee of which he tural and other Industries agrlcul-1 1 O. K. THAT( COUNTS. Under this plan, we attach the Chevrolet Red

V'3 catUe In his section of the was a member made exhaustive tate or for other national forest I FORD 1D2O rOl'I'E O. K. Tag to the radiator cap of every reconditioned

state and In order that the agrl- Investigations Into the present and purposes, the secretary of agriculture I Simon Pure Citrusand New Duco finish; excellent tires good car-showing exactly what vital units of

,< 4 '1ture'students may have the prospective timber supply of this Is hereby authorized in his top. curtains and upholstering; 1929 license -

benefltof Instruction In breeding country and conducted hearings at decision, to accept on behalf of ; $55 down. WITH AN O. K. THAT the car have been checked or reconditioned by

and aalnuU husbandry by the user various (places throughout the the United States title to any such COUNTS. our expert mechanic
Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS
this pnre bred registered sire; United States, and was surprisedto I land so donated or devised." I ,

Kc Tannea county J, W. Dlume. 1Ir't find timber being wantonly Offers" Great Opiiortunlttoi I nUntoLl.T: : 1028 ROADSTER
We believe that fairer of used
C. W. DeLong and Dr. H. M. wasted in most sections and that Continuing, Senator Fletcher I Just as clean as a pin Inside and out with no system car merchandising

ti'' Strickland. 2 bulls: Taylor county very little effort had been made 'said "I am hopeful that the location Ii i a perfect motor, bumpers, large steerIng has ever been worked out-for it

r+ e ; S. M, Towles 1 bull; Dixie properly to conslrve the remaining of these units will demonstrate wheel, '29 license $120 down. assures the customer honest value.

1' 1 county ItlcQueen Chalrea. 3 bulls; supply or to provide a future sup- to the satisfaction of everyone Are WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS.

i t L. L. Barber, 1 bull: Lafayette ply by reforesting productiveareas. interested in reforestation Due the
"TIME TRIED AND CROP CHEVROLET: COUPE LATH to great popularity of the new Chevro
t' county, Howell Bros.. 4 bulls; Colombia In a few states, he said, laws I that the state of Florida offers 1O27
had been TESTED"Our A nice, clean car, fully equipped good let Six,we have on hand at this time wide selec
( ? county; J. S. Nlblack] 2 enacted under the pio- great; opportunities by reason of

i 4 Sy'' 'r bulla; Baker county Senator T. J.Knabb. visions of which owners of cut- Its soil and climate for the quick tires and in first class mechanical tionof/eO.K.'d"used cars taken in trade on new

4e} 3 bulls; W. P. Mlkell, 1 growth of merchantable timber; Brands are the Acknowledged ditloa.30 days' guarantee, $80.00 down,
i of Standard by which balance OMAC terms. WITH AN O. K.care.. Come in and look them over. You are sure
bred males In
r bull 1 bull E. Dodson 1 bull; C. pure improvinglive and I believe the legislature will,

:J. Itowe, 1 bull J. P. Sapp 1 bail stock ls profitable. In getting In the near future enact such laws Growers ot Florida have THAT COUNTS. to find exactly the car you want at a price that

a+ The three pure bred bulls ins the cattlemen of Dixie Taylor and 811 should encourage owners of Judged all fertilizers fornea.rly nUICK HEOAXi $22.1.00--a real buy. will amaze you. Terms are exceptionally easy.
} k this load for Senator Knabb wills Lafayette rount'es! together, Dr. large areas of cut-over land to forty years. _

make a total of four pure breds Brlnkman had the co-operation of roset and protect them as a bust- "Giving all we can for whatwe

_4v' : for Mm he having recently purchased Dr. P. N. Lauderdale of th -U. S. ness proposition. It Is said and get Instead of getting all TorodeRitchStarke Chevrolet

: a pure bred In Georgia. The Bureau of Animal Industry; In I believe It to be true, that merchantable we can for what w give," Company

senator plans to put on quite ant Columbia county Dr. T. W Cole, pine timber can be produced U the policy ot I

t extensive Improvement program Inspector In charge of the tick: in Florida within 18 or 20 TilE E. O. PAINTER FloridaLook

not only his cattle but he Is 0.0'; eradication forces co-operated and )ears, whereas in moat of the other -

''c using the best pure bred poultry in Baker county T. J, Taylor of states it takes 40 years or more FERTILIZER CO. I

lit siren obtainable and his experience the tick eradication forces and for them to grow to be even six ore'ght JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

has continued him that the use Senator T. J, Knabb. Inches in diameter." I for the Red Tag "with an OK that counts"

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In the NW Cur. of the NK14 of the by Hen
___ ,.1 U06.9. lO'rCE I REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES
SEll\ of Section 29-6-22 being 384 ft. ;I Mlddle.n, W. M. l>r.- I : j
In flroull ('ourtl'wonty-Slxth Judicial '
N IIRADFORD COUNTY
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extending 13 from the section I I
How i Two lots fronting Ion ft. on Mndl- Circuit, Bradford County. '
to PlayBRIDGE line dividing the Ell& from Bon. Kt.. and run N. 100 ft bounded S. }., ,

the. 8W 4 of Bald section 29-6-22 to'' by MadlBon Kt by ':,, ; N. Florida. In Cnanceiy., FOR THE PERIOD mEn 3Ist 1928. .
I land of J. W. Andrew ? 11"Ilfor< County Ualk. KNDNf fECE
the U.lnJtHu
tV/p2 west edge of Westmoreland st.extended \ ,
it Johnn 1 '
by Innd of L. e.r"or.lon.
fronting (01 ft. on Iadl.on Ad. to Htarke. 28-6-22.- ,Th. following Hradfoid County"report of for the I the receipts period and dl.hur..ml'nl.. of the county 1 tl'
December 31
I 19Z8
VB St. with
.. st.-Front footage, 601.0; cost ago 100 ft.; cost per front ft. $2.4741; C. T. Lawhorne single and H. 15. the balances and amount of wal"'luII oul..t..ndln".nlnl and a statement of tho :
\ i ig jn f Pr front ft. $2.4741; secured by lien Becured by Hen $247.41. ltioleuuourteiendantue. assets and liabilities. and th. vIl.! 'rHllv other than school t'I

Series JP 1*.3i.u2. Itealpitvr, Freeman.WeBt I of the said Bradford, County us r"lmrl.c on lh.3lHt I day of IJoe.ner. 1 1128. ,I
192829Jy It affidavit by the Board of County I ('" and Clerk of ti, Court ,
lint Is, I.. A. Jr.Commencing.-.. half of lot 8 In Hlk. 19 orlg. A"I"Olnl by appended IH .
town of Starke. Fronting 52.5 f. Oi to bil In the above CHiise, herelv ot 1'"hl..he.1 "nt'r Ih" vr"hoon., of ('hll.ter 6813. Acts of 191 5, )J I.
I Wynne FergusonAuthor at the SW cor. of MadIson Bt.-Front fooinge .: that I believed by complainantthat Acts Llwl ilorld. 1'
Madison' and Myrtle sts.. and run Won uoBt 1 per front foot $2.4711 ; neuured I, T. Lawhorne one of the ; of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" Madison' Bt. 210 ft. N. 334 ft. by lien $129.89. fl'nd'llll named In saId cause, i* a : .
._ : H. 210 t(. to Myrtle st. thence S. .. .. or citizen of the Stateof GENERAL FUND : !
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l A.
..' UntU. Florida, that his last .
v -:2 along" said st. to heKlnning. Also lot I known al- ,
'.",Ie. Jr. 4 and fractional part, of lot 3, Block Lot 7 and Kant half of 'lot 8 In dress Is Mauk State of (JeorglH. any Depository b/lln'p. April 1st, 1928 ---- -------- 41.00/ j
14 In (lasklns Add. to Starke. Total I Blk. 1 19 orlg. town of Starke. FrontIng street, address being unknowl, : That Uut.tandlna warrants ,\prl let, 1828_________ _____ 180.00)) h', I
frontage 457.5 ft on Madison Bt. 29- 157.3 ft. on Madison Bt.-Front he over year age; I
ARTICLE No. 27'iimon 6-22.-Front footage 457.6; cost front footage 157.5 ft.: cost I per front foot That there Is no person in the state Kecelpts. for nine months: '

ft. 2.4741 ; secured by Hen S1131.JIO.' U.n.; secured by Hen $389.67. of 1.'lo'Ilf., known to complainant Frouui-Tax. rol.rl"r. tuxes _____ _____.________ 9.SOI 41 I! I
H.rvl." of a subpoena upon whom ___ 79986
Ntnnilnrtl Oil .ml.lro".r. redemptions ------- -- --- r
errors at Hums, I'.ditnril_ t. would hind' the said defendant.' (;Comptroller railroad tax 2,60625
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th, ,iiL- desire of players Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, In Oaxkln's Fractional part of lots 01 and 4 In IT IS THBUKFOUU ( "n"noler. telegraph tax ____uuu._____ 2561 'f; f
den .,n an adverse bid before they A Add., to Starke fronting 418 ft. on block 2$. orlg. town Starke.Fronting That C. T. Lawhorne, OII'IIn. (' express. tax __________________ 5.1.76: I
KI< their that : .0# :Mndlson. Bt.. 29-8-22.-1'0111 footage 70 ft. on MadlBon II. 28-6- and he In hereby reiiuirrd to appear (I.rk. ( 'tdllltte fees ___ ________n____ 986.40 _
luvr) 'shown partner they can S : Z 4626 cost per front' ft. 13.4741 ; cccured 22.-Front footage 70 ft.; per to the hi of complaint filed. In psIIcaulse H.nk. ____ ____ _______________ 365 4.111.11 \ ''
help his bill. Many a game and rubber by Hen $1144.27.IIuIscidrf. front ft. $2.4741 ; Becured by len or before Monday the ',.

j lout by such tactics so try to avoid Ilearts-A,9: 7 $173.19. Sixth day of May A. |Ii. 1121. otherwise Making balance _n_.____ .-----___________ 14,137.8* ,t :
an II. M. ( HCommencing _
A\
l Mneut (.. {'. nnil H. 1:1: _- allFgalionx of ..' will I Disbursements for nine months: \ ,
them Clubs Q 8, 5, 3 210 ft. W.' of the SW The Bust 85 ft. of lot 2. anti, theWent h. taken as confessed, by Nalil dafiMidant. Salary of Clerk, of the circuit court sos county auditor t

I/I) your partner makes a bid and you DiamondlK! iO ('0\'. of Madison' and Myrtle sta and half of lot 1. 28. FrontIng and clerk, to county "'11"Io"er _______ 1,60000, .I !
hand that justifies at Icabt Spades K Q J. 7 ,runW. 210 ft. to \VI'.t"or..IJ.I..i St., ft. BI.k original IT is FuimiKu onn-RREn. That Per diem and mileage of "o"unl. ____ ..?. 82400 ../ IJ I
|ha\) \ '- a one I hence;" H. on said St. 4211) ft. K. 210 ft. 87.5 on ( .t. this I ordur, he l> I I I once' a week 1'ay of sheriff for on, commis-_ I 'I

raisedor.'t hesitate to give this raise No score rubber game. Z dealt :and bid N. 420 ft. to beg. and designated< on town of Starke.-'runl front ft. 2.4741 footmen"I'ur.t'hy 87.5 for four cnnaet'uhl..1 in B"RI.rO..1 Blotters un.ntal'e_._.___ .un.u 00111)_. ._ .__________ 48.00 ?}
el' thouch one of your opponents one no trump. A bid two diamonds., Y map of Uaskln's Add. to Starko as ft.; cost per ; County Telegraph>h at lOathe, Salaries of other, otllcers and employees) : .., ;

e' that would like bid two spades and B bid three "Clurk 2 A IJlk." Z9-6-22.-I"1'0Ilt 1.1 $216.48.Scnt Florida.W1TN12SS. Attorney for (county c-ommlBBluiif.-i-H __________ 37.60 i I
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,uuucilt, ( Such a double may or may not was now confronted with the problem 2.4741 ; secured by lien $519.66. The IliiHt half of lUll. Hlnd( 28. also tlu> lal. of tj. W. Aliicrniiin, Repairs to county buildings: ''t

In) i'I|>iofiUble one and the question as just considered. Should, he bid three lloKaendorf II. ('. A\ C. it.toinmencing 63 5 fl. on Madlnon Bt. orlg. Clerk of Couit. Ihll th, 3rd day of Court house ____,_______________ ---___ 3.2.MO .
profit cannot be accurately determined spades, a bid. amply justified by his 1..onlnM Starke.F'rtnt tootlK"1 AII'I. A. II. Jail --- __ .-- ----------.--------- 13.80
itt t
I'' ut SW of Madison '
cor. tl. W. ALnEHMAN Expense of county 1 building l : : 0
until you have informed yourrunnei hand, or should hp double three hearts? and Myrtle ..I... and run S. on secured 52.5 ft.; by COst Hen per front 9. f. $2.4741 ; (S1\) ., Clerk Circuit CourtSolicitor y Janitors nnd\ other uttemlent. ______________ ,4.0.0'1') .: n

by your raise that you can It was a practical l certainty that he :Myrtle Bt.. 210 ft. \\ 21o ft. N. 210 ft. $29. I nl w Light fuel and water h____________..________ 235.5S: \
< his bid. could defeat the three heart bid but it to Madison St.. thence K. on said st. Ciirinitxnx. A. K. .. .k- for Complainant. Insurance ._ _____-___...________ 10400) ,
h Ip) J10 l C) ft. I to beg. In Un.kln. Add. to Lot 2 In Block 27. original town of' 4-C-St-C-S. Incidentals, 796.II2 .
hen it your opponents rebid the was also a certainty that he and his Sturke. 29-6-22. Front footage 210 Slarke. Fronting I 106 ft. on Mndlnnn Indexing: :i ._ -_--::==--::::::::::::.-:::::::- 686,35: '" 'I ''I

wanted to double on the first partner could make three spades, and ft : cost I per font ft. $2.474, HecurLd Bt. 28-6-22.-Front footage 105) ft. ; Care of county poor: '1 4;
sui' you four if Y held a fairly good by lien, $ I9.50. cost Per front ft. $2.4741 ; secured by :U'it'Ii "'0 IH'I'rCtl':1 I Allowun made to paupers outside of prior ; .
round (and you will be surprifct-d how possibly Flume, "'. F._ Hen $259.78.Menbiinrd (-1":11'1'01' hot,... unit |>nld by warrants. -_______._________ 1133.00 1'1. I
vill do so) can double hand.'ith Coroner's .: ''I
often the they confidence that you such a hand, Z should un Lots 6. 6, 7. 8, rtlock 1. In DowlIng's Air line Hull Mi>'- Fees of Inquests OI""I'H. purors and witnesses ____.____ 60.20 I I I
witi- partner Notice
your doubtedly bid three Add. to Stailce. fronting on Ulght-a-wny fronting B$ ft. on hereby given that all Insanity I : ,
is in a position to decide whether to his spades and show Madison, street 52.5 ft. each Int 29-! each the North I and South Bide. ofMadlBon creditors, 1..lle...., Distributers and Fees or olllcers nnd committees __ ________ 109.65 ,
for the penalty or for game in his partner that he has a justifiable tl-22,-Front footage 210 ft.: cost Bt. original town of HIlrk. all p.rHon. having claims against Stationery and printing I : -- ..

play raise. There is too good a chance for per front ft. $2.4741 ; secured by 1'1 Front footage 112 ft. ; ro.t 1'1 the estate of Harvey M. Snyder. deceased. Oeneral stationer" blanks, etc. ._______________ 17707"Itecord t

bid.In game and rubber for Z to double three $519.66. front ft. $Z.44; secured by sre hereby r."ul..1 tn .present books ._ .________ .___________ 26437
this way you are certain to get hearts and defeat the bid by one I'rr.a. Onle.. $277.10. the the same duly !, to Advertising required, hv law and nuld by county 884,91) f.
or County Judge of Bradford
county
to olllcers
the best results, whereas if you had two tricks. Lot 6 of Hlk. 13 In nankins' Add. .J...... llonltn !':_ "'lorllf. at his oinre. In the court CommIH..I.u Tax assessor paid __--:--___________________.. 2.26201k .

doubled on the first round your part. On the other hand], either A or B to Starke, fronting 1.15.u It. on Madl Lot 8, Block 29. Frontnl 105 (of I. hou.. II City of Htll'ke. withinone Tux, collector .. ____________.______________ 160576) ,'.
ner would not know that you\ could bid four hearts and this bid Z Mon st. 29.6.22.--1.'ront. footage 1.5 on MadIson Bt. orlgln.1 year from date Ih..r.of. or this Rh.'lft., general I ('nu.t work, ._ ...__n___,._______ 888.80) .'
his bid and would be in a Quandary may can ft.; cost. per front ft. $2.44; secured Starke. 28-6-22. footage notice will be held In bur thereto, ... circuit court recording and general, court '1 .
help double safely for his partner knows .by Hen 105 ft. ; cost per front ft. $2.44; and all persona Indebted to said estate work. 263.69
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89 to the proper procedure. would that he has a raise in spades. Y is thus 1.la.. Let.y, \tinle H"'ur.d by Hen $259.78. are required to pay, the snmn I 1-ixpenses of primary election ____-________________ 6R4,26 ,

have to !guess; and guesses seem to have placed in the happy position ol being .I.h..o... .. Halle I IriinINtst. \Voodhrlilxr. ('line. C J_ forthwith to the undersigned admin Kxpenses of guiieriil pl.rllnn ____.________-._____ 420.95

the unhappy faculty of being wrong' able to choose between a try for rubberor ; ._ Lot 7, Block 21, original town of let I'hls victor the. 19th of March, A. D. HalHITs for circuit court spring term____________ 81,01; 14008.83

niuch more often than right.)!: This is the' a try for the penalty whichever Lot 7 of Blk. 13 In Oarklis' Add. Starke fronting 105 105 ft. ft.on cost Madison per 1929. day) Leaving balance _n______.____._.______________ 188.CS I
to Starke
real reason for eliminating guess work course seems best and offers the greatert st. fronting 29-8-22.-Front I I 102.0 ft. on footage:Madison I. Bt.front.-Front ft. footage; secured; by len A. S. CKdWS. Dr.-script certified not presented ________________ 1.O.6O .
U.44 Administrator of estate f
t
henever possible.The chance for gain. Guess work is thus 102.0 ft.; cost I per front ft. $2.4741 ; $259.78. Harvey M. tn'd"r. deceaiied.> Leaving balance _____________._______________ 309.15.
following hand i is a perfect ex- eliminated and the partnership" obtains ".cur"d by Hen. $2 2.38. ('.,uf StarkeWVi 3-22-91-5-17. Cr.-Script certifleoi I not presented ________________ I 19.60 ..

A"'II K ""fnciples; ; just discussed: the best result with the. cards. >elr, ).. IIIIInteorth. .. of lot 26. Fronting
-- Lot 8 of Hlock 13 In Add. on (1 floc original town Net hllnH' 1.". 3Ist 1928 _______ ____________
Example Hand to $t.rk.. fronting 52.5 nIRkln.. on Mudl- 12.1 Illrk.-i"ronl f. footage 52.5 ft.; Mrricu \ oltlu"lng. 1.c. 31st 1918._____________ 1.lU t8.5.
son st. 21-6-22-f'onl! footage 62.5 roat $ ; secured by '
:Hearts- Q 9, 7 it.; cost front ft. $2.4741 ; secur- .$129.89..tluiler..I I. 2.44 Depository balance. ""c. 31st, 1928 _________ ____ SOW.15
Clubs J 4 d len In the Court of the County JudgeIn
< by lieu $129.89. nn.l l.llkey f'r.d-
I. II.
Diamonds, K, Q J, 7 SlmmcuiM, J. !,.__ of lot 1.. Block 26. Fronting and fur. Bradford County State, ufFlorida. FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND !

Snndeii Q. .1, 8, 6 One lot 105 ft. square In NW cor. f ft. on Madison Bt. original town IN THK( MATTEU OF TIIK FSTAT1' Depository 1st ID.fl _____1______ __ 810.41 '
I 0', 5. 2 Hearts ?. I Il ".f> Madlxon nnd Orange sts. In Starke.-l"ront, footage 52.5 ft.; OF OutBiindliig hnl.lr.'rl wllnnl., A"rl 1..1.. 1928 _________.___ 11.8'; ,
," -, 4 : Y : Clubs'-- tOI ; Starke. 29-8-22.-'onl, footage 106 tier front foot $2.474; ...c"d N. T. Tleh. also known as NelsonT. .

I A B Diamonds c it. Mint Her front ft. ,2.414; secured' by Hen $129.89 Itl'h. Net balance, April 1st. 1928) _____ _______________ 7:6.81 "
: : 2 hy Hen $259.78. .. .
Pit re, ('ha. K.W'j 1. Itecelpts{ f., none months: t o
h : Z : pades'- ) Itoter >Uir>, I''I.n.I I I.riP in. IIIiioiiithel. 2 Block 25 fronting TO creditors, legatees, tllstilbuttes "'I'nm-'lx ,'nl.'l.r. taxes _u_.___ ----------.-__ 61170 1

U..,. (ienrite. Mill-. Oirllla. 52.5 ft. of on MadlBon lot Bt. orlglnnl) town, I, and all persons havniHclaims th..lf. fneH ____ ____ __u.__.______ 4.037.12 4,548.82 ,
Hearts 4 \\ hlstiinnt.llle.. &2.6 ft. or demand against said ..
of Starke.-Front footage net-tired ; estate: Making balance _ _. _._._______________ 5.345.70
(iubs-AQ,5 ,1.01. 1, 2, 3. 4, In Hlk. 1. Dowllng' roBt i>er front ft. $2.4741 ; by You. und each of you are hereby 1'I..hu""H..I"nl. for nine I months I : .

Diamonds 9, 6, 3 <.lt to .Sturke. Kuril, lot fronting lien. $129.89. notified and rul',1, to present any n 'I"lnll I I prosecution i :
fl. ( I
on Madison st. 29-6-22.! \ I'lii V.- -Inlms I which i bills I Inrlmlnul '
pades-\ 10 9 7.4.Zr : \"rK'' old den"ld. you or deputies, cost cases 2,16294Constable
Front footage 210 1 ,
j ft. ; coBt per' front either, bills criminal __ __._ 6215
the"state In
ft. 2.4741 Lot 1 and KV-i' of lot 2, Block 25 you may against r..I .lM.. I
; .ecu.L by Hen $519.56. Fronting 157.6 ft on Madison Bt. of N. T. deceased Clerk of the circuit court' cost I In criminal

"i score rubber game. 7. dealt and bid Answer to Prolenn, ''o. 'I llro%,n, \ddlc I..- original town of $turke.Frontfitnutge said deceased HITl'l.I soniet I lines' "IH.'H. -_ _.. u bil._ ,_ ____.____ 4951 ,
one unade..A was one of those players (' at the N13 cor. of Ora 157.5 ft. ; cost per front f. ""ten II'II'I more fully I cle-srrllmil I a* (OI"'V judge, cost bills In criminal' ,.|"s. __ 6i.l: .tin II
love Hearts K, Q 1. n .m"'Il'ln" Hi and inn N. $2.4741 ; Becured by Hi-n $389.67. :NKLHON 'r. niTCII lute of BradfordCounty. I I I .., pay for attendance I cm criminal court. "linoWitness
who to make deceptive bull<1 lie : Y : Clubs K, 1\1.) <> 10u ft. i':. 8 1"dh.nn. 105 Ii.ft. to .Madisont. Florida, to the HonornbleJeorge fees. ,h, __ _. _______________ 19000)
detidcd that this the right time to f. J.n. 8'- of ______ .oilSheriff's )
was A B / IhenceV.. n said street" 74 ft. to I. ( A. lardlncr, County Judgeof Oilier expenses criminal prosecutions 12 I ,
( (some stunts, so he bid or.e no trump. : : DiamondsQ., f C. o., 4 In Stnrke, 2S.0.22.-ti'ni Lot 8. Block 22. Fronting 105 ft. on I Bradford f County, at :hi I* olliro in commission on lines olc., collected _.__ I 11 I 8.OHFeeding ,

Y with lumd doubled : Z : Spades- Q, J, 10 h"lClnnlnl, ft. runt per front', ft :Iodl"ol Bt. original' I town of slalk. tho County ('ou it Imnoiso I In Hinrk' *. prisoners, ______ .___..________ 952.85
a very strong 42.4741 I s'euretj\ 1 Hen footage J05 ft : ,' pel- Bradfoid, County, Florida, wIt Ii I 12 I'liy of Juror In, criminal, cases, county' and Ju...- .
by
one no trump. B and / parsed and A, No rubber If Z dealt hid ; $183.08. front ft. $2,4741 ; secured" by Hen, months: front the date of the: 'hJII' l'c mae ,'Oll.t. ___.______________-______*_ 296.75 ,, ,
moon bid diamonds. score game. llnyeit, K.V: n 9.18. Jail' 455 (4)11)'
still in hereof. All claim andit'lflhtlOlIi
.a Y deceptive doubled and ,D redoubled.two one no trump A doubled and Y paused, ('ol"1lnA 74 ft. R. of NW co,'. I'hlllliix. Ir... II. F.-. "publication. not I.c..nt.d wlhl" the U n\l: \ --::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::: 266.01 5.232.31 .

what; should B (tO.' of : is ts., and run t I mitt, 'anil I In t I I .
Here is where Z should have sensed B should and defeat .V. I 105 I K. S I..I.ul. 105 ft., to Lot 1 of Block 22. Fronting 105 herein nlmll be "\ln..r an pr..rl..t. I"VIIR bsluni-c: .______.__._____________ 11- -" .
what A was up to-for how could A pass try tq the Madison f. thence W. on said Bt. 74 *t. on MndlBon ..t. original town of by law. pi certified, i not presented _______________ 83.65 ,
one no trump bid. B has a hand on ft. to beginning In Starke. 28-6-22. Starke.-Front, footage 105 ft.: r".1'I..r March it A. n 1929.

have a sound bid of two diamonds, which as dealer, he would be jusltnca footage 74 ; cost per frontft. frnnt ft. $2.414; secured by lien TII..1 Leaving balance _____ _._ ___--_____________ 1"8 59: _________
Y a double and B a redouble? Z should in bidding one no trump and his part .I'.roll. $2.4741 : secured f. Hen $183.08. .. TJI'. ATLAN'J NA''INAI.. DANJ Cr.-Script certified not presented _______________ 75.00 ,
have bid two spades over B's redouble, Ci of KlnrkeLot of the Last, Will and Testament of
bui he still under A's ner, A, had sufficient strength todouo1e I.Iub'. C. A- I N. T. Kltcli also Itnown an Nelson Net balance!. 0... list, 1028 _____ _____________ I21.)9!) n .
deceptive and 8. Shock 21 Fronting
was ; South half of 1 A Young'B Add. to 7 t. 192)1! ___________ i
; so how can Z hope to make his l bid? town' T. Hitch. Warunts outstanding.' Dec. 31st I 70.0(1 $
-M4 MndlBon original
therelore he passed. A now had ft. on BI. _ _
spell: Stake bounded N. hy Call Bt. "A'. by
Be the lookout for hands of this \V. (8. BOOXKll,
on By
thi stage! set for the chance wanted.. .ypeand I land of Jleynold's S. by MIII.ol stand >f Starks.-l"ront front footage nucured 214 f. 2-8-91-5-3. Its Vk1'rosldent I I Depository balance, I.c. 31st 1928 ________________ 196.99 t. I
cost ft.
don't hesitate to pass a' partner'sinformatory K. by Itroadway .. i 1'1' $2.44; I ,
lIe bid two hearts. This of course, Y I 1"1'01111 lien $529.86.
double of one no trump if 2(10( ft. on 1Ilndl.ol Bt.. ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND '
doubled thinking he had A in a position Jlm C. "'. .
also hold a no hand. Front footage) )) f.: cost per front >ter -

where he was trying desperatelyto you trump ft. U.44; ..(.u. d Hen $494.82. Lot 2, Block 24. fronting lOA ft. on Depository balanco' A"l'li; 1.1. 192H .______?___._ 2, 34.45
squirm out of a bad hole Fortunately llell.erl.rr. l.ln ..1.Frurtintt .- MadlHun Btreet original town of 84O'il'uii OF 1"1\ ulsclI.hta') Outstanding) I warrants, AI".J 11. I 1028 ------------ ,
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Answer to Problem No. 31
Uark".-Fi-f, >nt footage, 105 ft.; cost
for A, his partner H passed the two lot A of Block 2Vyiins front foot .4HI secured by I that 1st ____________ __ ____ 2.:34.45H..cll
heart double, although he said afterwards Hearts K, Q 7 \ Add. to $tll'k. fronting 106 ler $: ; Nolr. Is hereby glvpn sixty Net balanceprll 1921 u ? ,' s
,. lien $259.78. ( date hereof" I will my >IH for nine, :
that he was tempted to bid three Clubs-6 : Y : ft.toii on ft.; 11..I.on l front Bt.,-, ft. $" footage; secured rhii.r, 1..1. It.-- final account and vcueh.r. tie. l'xecutor 1"'ol-'om"U'ul.,, .,.. ledemptIon* -- ---------.---- 4.840.13_

diamonds but felt that his partner was Diamonds K, Q, 8 : A B : by Hen li"$259.i8. .44 \V. 50 ft. of lot Block 24. Front- of the Estate Elloryl 7774.57
1. '" .., wllh the Honorable Making balance __ -- .- ._ .. _.--___________ '
"up) to something". Spades K, 10.9.7.6.5 : Z : (irren, II. A_ Ipg 50 ft. on Mitdlnon. original<> Oeo. A.d.'eu..d.tlardlner, County Judge. of Dlsbuisements for nine I months: _None_ _ 'i.e
town of Front footage 6
/ had another chance to save the Lot 1 of rilock Wynn'B Add. to Nllrk.- Bradford County Florida! and ask .
situation by bidding two spades, but No score rubber game. If Z dealt and Stai ke fronting 10. ft. on Madisonstrroiit ft.; lien cost per ft $2.4741. I ; Becuredby for hi. approval and my Dual discharge Depository balance., Dec. 81st, 1038 _______________ 7.774.67 I

the singleton heart in his hand made bid one spade what should A doA / footage I tOt ft.; cost per $123.7f.Klrklller. as such Executor.
FUND 't
.1. V. Jr.WeBt of March. 192! AGRICULTURE
front ft. U. : $2.11.78. This let day
him think that his must have should double one spade not to 411 .
partner M. DAVIS, '
KLLKWY: .
II. F.- 53 ft. of lot 1 and lots A and .______.____ __ 291.84UutMIfIUIIN .t
heart strength ; so he decided to pass.A defeat the bid but to ascertain i if hispartner n..r..t. n of Block 24. Fronting 23:1: ft. on 3-1-91-4-28. Executor Depository balance. AI"'I I 1st, 121 -
Lot 1 of Itlock I. In 'Vynn'l Add. ,"' 1KSS ------------
of course made his bid easily and B, has the club suit stopped.If Fronting 105 ft. on Madison MadlBon and Water etc r.rlglnollown( A"rl !
to :
' scored a game and rubber not possible B should bid two clubs and Z Htlrk.MI.-I"mt, footage 105( ft.l I cost of Starke and J.hn..11.. to StarkeFront NOTKI,! OK FIVAI. I>I<'CIIAH(>H Net April 1st 1928 __ __ _______.____ 2.T.84 ,lI
: ront 1.lanre.
in any other way. passes, A should bid two no trump. IiI per front ft. $2.41;, secured by Hen -front tuoII"' ;: *ecured by lien per ,... nine months: 90S,6B ,
!) $2.H4 date hereof taxes -------------------- ,
It was a fine example of deceptive I B should bid hearts or diamonds, andZ 21.1. 4576.47. Sixty day after on 1.'I'Ul-'UI cuIN'to. "''

1-nidine, but don't try to follow A's passes A also should l pass. If Z should 1."I..... J. ('_ \\nlrr Street Petwern >..I.u., St.niifl :tn-wlt the ,imdHrslirned:; I the 1st :day: Executrix of May, l)2l.of-! .hLa..t I 0".11,, r., redemption railroad tax _-__-__-___-_-_-_-__-_-_-_ "-JJ//,'$1 1.215.42 _

This hand turn bid two over 13 bid A should enm.I'lng at a Stake or ditch l.tinrti fit.Ilniripley ..
example. to a (
happened This spades where Ht. ald said ditch ell_ Will and Tellt..l1t of the, J. I balance __ .__._ ____________________ I 1.lt.28 ,
oat> successfully, but in the majority of double. double would be a business connect and ,run H. said ditch : hue of James 1'. 1'hlllips, do..edj Ilklnl for nine months;
such is intended to defeat the N. nl ft. W. :35 ft. Lots C and T> Block 24. Fronting will present my vouchers > ", I.362.110
eases bidding a losing venture. double contract.Z 330 ft. t':. 105 ft. 117.5 ft. on Water Bt.Johnn Add. toStarke. account to the ( "o. A. County n Kent, scholarship cto. ---------------- ___ _
The example is given not to be followed i is to rebid for A's informatory N. 234 ft. to Madison st. thence \. Honorabl.
very apt -Front footage 117.5 ft. coat of Bradford
: Ourdlner, County Judge
70 ft. to beginning In NWi/4 of 5\ balance., Dec. ____________________ 160.60 j
of what double is and front ft, secured by lien ask for his Depository 3"t
but as a warning to very deceptive may VI In Starke. 28-6-22.-Fr..flt footage !per $2.44; County, "'lor.I., and approval

expect and when you meet it, of the lead Z into thinking that the spade 70 ft.; cost 1'1 front ft. $2. 14; ...- J290.70.Frrnnnilev. ,n discharge a. such1'xecntrlx. PUBLICITY FUND _

PlOf"' defense to follow.HAMPTON: strength. divided. Such an informatory cured by lie,). $173.19. !:'\- .
1
of Starch,
I double is therefore often) termed llnjes. 1%; W.Commencing.- One ari-e, 105 ft. N. and S 420 This lilt day LOU ANNA 129. Depository. balance, April II. 1928! __ -----------___ 4:4:
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OIFFIR.3.1.0t.4.2. 192&
ft. BndV.. In SW of of I.t.
8W of K.: cor. NWf Outstanding w..r..tH. Al'rl -----
at the *
I a "masked" double. J"cutrl
cor. SM'/t' fronting 10ri ft. on'II.r.Bt.,
and S.
Madison and I Hay sts. and 105 N. 420 Net balance, 1st 1128Receipts ___ ---------
one urre by ----- ----- "
236.5: W. 203 ft. N. 211 ft. t Madison f. n"1 \"rl months __ _._ 127.1)3) '
f. ft. K. andV.. In cor. of hVVWof for : u ------------
........................ neon and family this week. .t.. I thence' 10.: on .. 20.1) ft.. SI I'/! fronting 118.7 ft. on Waterst. NOTIII-1 OF 11'\ IMSCIIAll I

D. W !Moore of Theressa to beginning. 28-6-22.-Front footage In Starke-Front footage 22.1.7 -.- Making balance .. . .. .____________ 1.7.11.:
wasa
203: ft.; cost per front ft. : _______________ .
: : 'Z.4f It.; cost per front ft. $2.414; uecured Notre 1 In lierehygiven that sixty Dlsuuisemenls for nine months: _
.. Hen $502.24.
business visitor here this last .eur",1 by by Hen $553.46. date hereof 1 will file my

Mite Ad* NIniui... Cor. Saturday.Mr. Iuiwnrds.: Josephine- Sternberg >Mt- final account and vou.her .. administrator Depository balance, Oec. 31st, 1923 _____________ 127.9
6 .1 NW of Hay and of the W. A.rlhbl. .
.................... and Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh Madison Heglnnlng sts. at and run cor.N. 105 ft. \\'. B"Klnnlnl 40 ft. IS. of a point ( deceased with the Honorable BUILDING.FUND( ,

M..'. and Mrs. O. Haynes Mrs.J. have recently returned from Plant 3:0 f.. to to froalway Bt.st, thence H on said K.: on st. of SWV, 111 SUM ft. S.and of run the South NW cor.110 of Bradford Ueo., A.County lardlner., County and Jug ask Depository balance April 1st, t921 __-._______ 1.61 ,

City where they have been the said. st. 302 28622. ft. K. 215 ft. N. 9 0 ft. W, 216 ft. tobeginning. for his approval llorld" din- Outstanding wal.ran.p1, 192* ________
M. b.g. \ .1
.
Maxwell Mrs. P. B. Hunt, I. Fronting 92.5 on Water ,
charge such a
an
guests of Mrs. Bedenbaugh's sister Front footage ft.; ('u.t per frortft. _______ _________ I I
and Mrs. R. D. Rawley attendedthe $2.4741 ; secured by lien $747.18. Bt In Starke.-Front footage 92.6 ft. This let day of March, 1$2K. Net balance Al'rl 1st 1928 1.fl I
Mrs. J. G. Sparkman.Mrs. roBt per front ft. ) ; secured EDWARD E. quarterly conference of the I..rd. J. II. Bind Hi*. -. by lien $225.85.llaynm. $2.414 A. Hec"lptl for nine months tuxen ____________-____ 1.7.8- j. I
J. P. Sullivan and Mrs. I.J. 3.1..4-2 :lnJt !
Methodist Commencing at SK cor. of Mail O. LOne .
church which convenedat Priest are the guests of ]\frs.Prlest's son and nay sts. and run S. on Hay J\OTKi: OF KHKHIKF'S a.t 1.1') Making bal.'He _ ______n____________..___ lar.4/ ,
Campvllle last Sunday. st. 134 ft. F:. 80 ft. N. 132 ft. to Madison Acre In N. W. cor. of BWU Disbursement for nine month ______________ _ I
son and family, !Mr. Emery st. thence W. on Madison st 64 of SI2i frontIng 025 ft. -on Water -

The superintendent of the Baptist Priest of Green Cove Springs. ft. to beg. In NW .or. of J. (1. Al Bt. In Starke. 28.6-22.-Front. footage t'nder and by vltru of an execution Depository' lialunce. Dec. 31st, 192 ___._________ 136.46j IWIflOV'S
92.5 ft. cost front ft. $2.4741
varez' residence Block In Starke, 28- ; per of and under the seal
Orphanage at Arcadia and Issued out '
Miss Murree GrlOls of Starke, 64 ft. cost secured by lien $228.88.Itedgrateii PENSION FUND
6-22.-Front footage per of tIm" circuit court of I'olk county ,
about thirty orphan Inmates of the front ft. ; secured by A. tv.- date nf Jaj. J,
under
visited her mother Mrs. F. M. Florida J-y
$168.34. $2.44 len C. J. Morrison, doing Depository balance. April 1st, 121 ________________ 414 4
Home Bite 295 ft. In Block wherein (
Orphanage will reader' a programat Taylor this week square 1928 .. Outstanding April 1928 ____________
"Morrison w.rl.lllt. tt.
.tndrewn. J. ,V. Jr_ 3 City Park b.kl.lll8 ft ('icrmanSe business BS Tire H.rvl. 1.00 ,
the First Baptist church of and Joe ".,
S 3''ue 1 Acres In NWof'\ SWt* S of I Add. to .- In PlaIntf, Is I nave I. Net b.lan'e. April let 1938 ___________________ 417.30Comptroller .
Hampton, next Sunday. Dinner The tobacco planting season at Madison Bt. known us J.
will\ be served at the church. EverYbody Quincy! has drawn to a close more .. Blk.. In Starke. except one front ft. $2.414; secured by Her and sell upon to th. ant. .wil And bent bidder Frorn-'Vuiz collector, tuxes ._____________________ 908.fl ; .,: ,
lot In NW cor. sold to J. L. I'eek. 28- $29.8. ; ; Brennan' CampIrne ( re _______ -. -
Is Invited to attend. than three weeks earlier than It 6-22. Fronting 196 f. on Madison st. T. P. _,_ i.r..t.tuJ.. Hronkcr.. Brmafurd Comptroller, railroad't'x ..__.___=:._ 226.86: 1,215.44

Front footage ft.: cost per Lot 16 Blk. 3. Fronting 100 ft. on Florida, the first Monday
Rev. n. L. Brown, state evangelist has ever been completed before. I front foot $2.44: secured by Hen Water Bt. City Park ,Sub., Weatherlyand county of May, 29t on same being Making hnlance ________________________ 1,632.74803.6O 4lIsiuraements I

Is series of The end of the planting season i4armenB AAd. to tttarke. FrontIng Sib of said month arid a, 1.1 legal for nine months: .
conducting a $8.1. the day
Allowance ________________________
K-lwnrl- ion) ft. on Water Bt.-Front footage 1 sale d.y. and between the -- ------ ,
meetings church has been brought about so early l.r..
at the Christian
A. M, and
ft. o'clock.
100 ft. COSt front $2.4741 of
this because of the splendid conditionof J'rllcUonal part of residence Blk. secured Hen per$247.41. ; hour P. M. of saId. day, the Leaving balance ____ ______ h___________.____ 740.34
conduct by
week. .
Rev. Brown In N. by Madison ...I.E. .
_
described real estate as Dr.-Script certified not prevented ____ __ ____ )
ed services here last year. He la the soil and the excellent by Adams st. S. l by Lufaytte and l>*,ter. f ..r".. HHinte, llwritln. Mills, folowlnl Joe 1.(

a W. by xt. Fractional part fronting <>sllin.! .'.. Alit,. lu,rr, of to the.. rl..rno,01 exe Leaving balance __., u____ ______________ 757.14)) ,.
fine speaker with a message weather conditions which have 171.5 ft. on Madison st. 28622. IHarr llln... K.tkrl.. fr.nlan. In., to-wlt: (.'r.-ScrIpt certified not presented ---_______________ 7.oe '
from God, for his h'earers. EverybOdy prevailed this spring. TJiese Front footage 171.6 ft. cost per front Fractional Lot A B Block S5. House,, foot U.H4; ....cur. by Han $U.I. Fronting 107.S ft. on Water Bt, Johns 2 17 on Net balance, )ljce. list, 1921 .____ ______________ 740,24 ,
la Invited.: conditions and the early plantingswill \ t.liIvgsti.. u. 1'- Add to Starke.-Front fn.taug107.2 Wagons. W. J. 1iPP13Tt5tfl (> Warrant outstanding, V.. 31st. 19Z. -___________ fVjT.OO '

Rev. Lewis pastor of the Waldo assure a very early crop this One lot fronting on Madison St. ft.; cost per front ft. $2.4741: Becureil Sheriff of Bradford County Florida
l/und. W. b Hay Bt. and K.: by Hen $265.22. SHKHMAN T. TAYI.olt.WInter Depository balance Pec. 31st, 192S ---___________ 151.34OUTSTANDNG
Baptist and in the 1f. ,
transactingbusiness previous
church was year years
In
Chal property Pare, ('.n.. P.Frotlonal .-. FIn ,
: here this week. early crops have always been of Nlark.-Front footage 120 ft.; cost Lot C & Tt. flInch S5. la".n.. Plalntfr. 4-U.4-5:3'' INDEBTEDNESS FUND .
front feot $ : secured by -
Dr.> R. M. Faver waa a business the very lest per Hen $296.89.these 2.44 Fronting 107.2 ft. on Water Bt Johns. > ti'I'id : I TO PPI.Y Depository 1928 -.-__________ 23.43 1
visitor Add. to IHarke.-Front footage 107.2 Of I'T"'IU'. I.ATIO- Uutiandln" warrants, April 1st, 1928 ________ .
week.
to Jacksonville this '
'
tails II-- ft.; cost per front ft. $2.4741.; necured f.OI ..' OF :
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Scott of NOTICHWHHREAS Lot In Cooksey's Addition to by Hen $285.22.) 1.01 1'" 1"\1"1 Net balance April 1st __.u_______________ 2.4 '

Ktarke. were guests of Mr. and ,-the City Council of Starke on Call .t.fronting 80 ft. F.. ,,..1V.North. and ruinMouth .John. A. 31.Fractional-Lot A, n, and D of Notice Is hereby given to all whom From Itecelpts-Ta for collector nine ( i.l28: ____u._ ___________. Ill.TOi I'
that undersignedwill
Mrs. Wm. Kammerer, at Hotel the City of Stark. has by 210 ft. Madison st. K.: 70 : 2f* It may concern '
proper tc Block 36. Fronting, ft. on have prepared re>|U"st the Making balance -_._._ __ -
Hampton last Sunday.Mrs. resolution determined tu pave widen ft. N. 105 K. I ft. North 10.1 ft. to Water Bt. Johns Add to Starko passage of Special Legislation I for Disbursement for nine month: ?
and otherwlxe Improve certain l'al St. In 81ark..Front tootnlr4 70 Front footage 213.5 ft. cost per front the City of Sturke. Stale of None ,I IDepository

Onle Wynn of Sampson I streets In the City of Starke andasssns ; cost W:.' front foot. $:.47; seII $24741 serured by Hen $528.22THKllKFOitK. at the regular sessIon of 1929.Irhl., balance Oec. 31st, 1928 _.._______ Si4.U: ,
Walt the guest of her sister Mrs. N. I the cost thereof against theproperty red by $173.19.Mitchell you and each of you islature, a bill to amend sub-section 4

Wynn abutting, adjoining andcontiguous l.arllle named above or any p.r.on. firm or (h) of Section Seven of the City of ASSETS AND LIABILITIES I'
last Sunday. Maid streets and allow Two lots In (' Add., to corporation and all property owners' Starke Charter Act, being Chapter 4
Mrs. P. B. Hunt and Mrs. R. D. the property owner, who desire thepriviloKe Stark bounded K.r"kleY'1 by f. Johns, interested In Bald assessment as, 1.1426 passed by the 127 Legislature ASSETS ,' 4
of paying for the same In R by Madison st. W. by land of Mrs.Chits above set forth will take nolle that to txtend the power set forthIn
Rawley have recently been visiting Ten efiial| annual Installment, of 'I and N. by Cason. Fronting the City Council of the City ofStarke said snb-sectlon to Include for Balance Cash In depositories all fund__
friends In Starke. one-tenth each. the ttrst to be paid 70 ft. Madison Bt. 28-6-22.-Front will meet a* an equalizingloard air-ports or any other purpusw fur 1,981.1 .
within thirty day after the completion footage on 70 ft.: cost per front foot on May 7th, A. J). at the the welfare and upbuilding of theCity Total --.------------___________________ '
Mrs. Stapelton of White Springs. thereof and the other nineto 1.181.1 .
by lien $173.19. City Council Hall In I tO. Florida of Htarke. .
Who has been the of her he pal'l In nine equal annual Installment $2.4741; .eurt at eight o'clock I'. M. hear Also to amend sub-section (J> of LIABILITIES :
guest ,
*, and nan caused the following John, M. !*_ any complaint with reference to section Right of Bald city charter.to .
da.lJghter. Mrs. II. A. Delk return- assessment roll to be prepared One lot on Madison st. bounded R. said assesBnient. and at the sametlnte read Not more than Haven percent Warrant outstanding for current *xpan.e* _n_ 211... I I
ed< to her home last Sunday. an provided for by law, by W B. Ilaynes. N. by J. W. An. and place will equalize I and finally Interest where it now reads
MdU.n Street cn.t..... West City drew and Son W. by Srhaffer and approve and conflrm the s.irn. seven per cent. Total ._ --.t '
Miii. Virginia Chapel and mother ; S. by Madison at. In Cooksey's Add. c. F. *tOOVEit. CITY COUNCIL. OF CITY OF
Limit and Water Street.
Mrs. Wild. ) to Stark Fronting 120 ft. on Madison Chairman.C. STA htlE. VALUE OF COUNTY
Thurston. both of FJaTls, Lee P.rry.sa_ Bt. 28-6-23.-Front footage 120 A. FUTCH Dy c p HOOVER JRO.ERTY j ,

Wood are the guests of 0. L. Har-, That certain parcel of !antS 'lying ft.; cost per front ft. $2.4741. securedr Clerk. 4-2d-2t-5-3. 4-5-ot-S-J IU Chairman reported. ,

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ti EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH HTARKK. FLORIDA K.-UOAY. APRIL SO. I q
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the cost of the schools, and are I mand legal notices be published suprlaed Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie I business meeting irlangulu i ;> ,,
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Bradford County Telegraph providing a fund for distribution Instead 1 of being nailed to a dirty Johnson on Wednesday night, en-i I ages were distributed: to < ,,, It i, 1'.1..

I From OIlier Pens I among the counties.-Tarnpa Tribune board In a courthouse corridor, the lerta'nlng!' (them until a very late I trol and the boys were gin ,", I?"I, '

r Established 1877 public always thinks the press Is hour Banjo and violin music was aid instructions. Such h..lId I ',,! .'

--.- 10- crying ln'caust some of its gravy very much enjoyed. Departing at ns: head, chin, eye, die, ,
\IB being taken away The legal a late hour wishing thin newly and leg bandages iii
: and Entered Second Class The first move In the house was were i I. ,
Published Weekly on Fridays as Starke will have to change Us at direct variance with the man- rate for publishing the delinquent 'married couple\ much joy and a preparatory to passing: ,(

Matter at the Past Office at Starke, FloridaE. name. Slate papers keep referringto dato of I the people an expressed at tax list IH 15 cents per line for five happy married life. class Scout first aid requn, ',, ''"ud(
It ns Stark, when the fact of insertion) It Is a complicated Mr.: and Mrs Norman and
November This bill, Lacy
the last ,
_____Owner and PublisherJ. I polls Elementary drilling I \ ,,, .
S. Matthews __ .__________ and must ; \ .1 (
(the matter in that pretty and live piece of type composition '
which passed with a !large vote, Mrs. J. L. Casklns were business practiced for fifteen mina, J'

C. Robinson____ ____________________ Managing; Editor city Is neither stark naked or stark does away with the necessity torac1'el'tlRlnlt 1 be handled with extreme care. The visitors to Storke Tuesday fore adjournment. After' "
-Times-Union.! I rate lane: for "readers" '?l
-- ... crazy. local measures in thenewspapers average/ per Miss Hilda Forsyth and brother meat several of the boy ,,, ,
little local advertisings which '
--o- and gives the propon- Seeborn Forxytn and Mr. and Mrs. to practice second class 5eniph, ,,i, ,, ,
RATE "
SUBSCRIPTION In the Star every day Is ?"
The Jacksonville Times-Union unlimited to "mulch"the
bnts power IIlNear GeorgeVlIllams of Hellbronn tilgnalllng. First aid and
i
Yearly I $1.50; Six; Months, 75c Payable in Advance says the bare legged; women of that people. In Pant It says that : live cents per line for one strain Insertion :Springs were the guests; of Mr. ling are the hardest two ,?,I ",II"011.I ,
and It is no particular on
$ city should use soap and water any local measure shall be POST- and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson Wednesday ten requirements of a lIe'Olill l I
t 4'' Advertising Rates on Application. They have probably exhausted the KD In the court house or else the printer to set them up us they night. scout.A + s4

r supply on their naked backs- where and shall be accompaniedby are handled In his regular course
:
live ]Mr. Darby Oasklns attended the large number of in. ,,,,,
Tallahassee Daily Democrat affidavit that such pouting was ot work. When they run "?,
M r; Even Old Winter hates to leave Florida. -0- In effect 30 days The surprisingpart times they bring more per line funeral of \Mr. Morgan Redding at i have passed almost all nt r n,I r

o than legal advertising. No, a newspaper the Evergreen cemetery Saturday. Bf-cond class renulrements 1t\ \II\
had lot of
of that It
Latest It a
Invention Is an automobile was Lou
doesn't rich off of legal Misses Mertie Mamie Norman McDonell Julian Peek, and i ;: ,.
should work started on road 28 from Starketo that can be steered with the support.! !Must be that a lot of the get 'I i i
June 1st see advertising.( In fact, every timeIt and Mrs Oscar Carter of Parker are ranking high I>'" ,",' ,,,?.
knees This la to enable the drivers bills I that will be offered won'tbland
Keystone Heights. prints one. It contributes something Woodlawn, were visitors! .here Friday number of second class i.. "MI,, _
the white light of publicity.
to use their arms in preventing l
afternoon.Miss meats passed to date.
to the public! Information
a light and perishable articles suchas I': Tallahassee News.
and that I.only a part of its service 1 1C(Tie Mue Harries of Kllerle The next regular meets! 'u' .,
Officers put a Moon in 15raclenton under $750 bond'forhaving poultry, from being jolted out ---o-- I to tile community.OculaStar. : bee' wus. the guest_u_._' Ul_.. ""ilK, __ Bead- KA"'u held ....."........5 day. ng>> t ll. n ,''II'I
of the 'ar.-Tampa Tribune. Florida, New York and Tenncs-
in his April: 25th.
charge
4 moonshine:'\ Canklns Sunday.
r -0We ":co are each being subjected to a
It. M
Mrs Si-lu'
_tiThe -- Aaron Chlsom, of St. '' ''
hope the members of the uompa'gn'! for reduction or aboli- ..
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George, Oa. is -
spending few
PaUAGraphers\ meet tomorrow at New Port Richey, legislature will keep in mind all tion of property taxes, and the days here 'the guest of her a brother Old Jones Lumber run \
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:he time that they can not help farmers of these states are being plant in Jacksonville will h.. ,.
Editor Parkes will be their host. and sister-in-law!! Mr. and Mrs.
the public school system by makIng urged 1 to support the proposal na a oJ It. N. Crawford. vated at cost of $75,000 in, ',
j 1 o It more expensive to operate. farm relief measure. In Florida as Florida wholesale dlstiihn,'.

Florida may have the best\ tax laws in the Union, as Peter 'To this end they should study the and Tennessee there Is talk of sub- An the Ice home cream of Mrs.supper Jean was Gasklns givenat center of llomMIowell (I.n+'it.r..
unpaid tax llHt.-. Orlando
Heport-; mitting a sales tax for the property Company.
O. Knight says, but its collecting system is rotten. er-Star. Saturday night A large crowd
tax. This be a good DeLand Sound ,
may I"HEI.1.11: : 14 ImUn'HYXU: : Aovirt.VMiT attended, and all reported a nice equlpni i '"
o ----o- thing but I the New York World be- be installed at Dreku Tii i ,
(; : : Hl'II.IHSU
nature fever for It there are any bootleggers: : In lieves it is hardly a proposlf'6n time.Miss shortly.
: To l keep her equilibrium provides spring Tallahassee they Rosa Mae Howe of I.nwtey, ---
are keel'Jlngmlghy
with which to approach farmers.
the husband while spring house cleaning is in Order. quiet while the legislature Editor Telegraph: Is spending a few days here the
The farmer It says Is a buyer not
: v t 0-- 'a in session. Tallahassee Daily only for himself and his family I have been Informed that Starke guest! of Miss Frankie Lou Mur-
!lt entitled to free mall delivery
)I rhee.
; i The Florida senate goes on record as opposing any change legislature Democrat.; Is The la session two months must" be the a would but for therefore his producing suffer more plant undera and now that the poatofllce Is in the Mr. Wade (inskina Will .u butd-

'' in the construction of roads. in the preferential systems good time for Tallahassee editorsto sales tax than would a wage: He'olulass\ and all that Is necessary hens visitor to Jacksonville Fri
Is for our esteemed postmaster
0t' -- Bleep. salaried : it day.Mr.
t t earner or a man snce I !Mr. N, n. Hull\, to recommend and Mrs.\ H. N. Crawfordand
i ('t t The National Egg Week announced for the first week in St. Petersburg-0-doctor the I Is on (the ultimate consumer or same to the governmentSince children attended the .
says .
buyer that such a tax weighs.Leesburg --
May has no connection with political candidates-this year. :"sun hack" dress will do more to Commercial. It would create two more tlve Baptist annual meeting prlml-j. r dkd

\* 2 -o- benefit the health ot women than 0.- positions In the pontofllee depart- Emmies church near St. George,
anything else because it allows ment paying fifteen hundred dollars Co., Sunday.
Stunting army flyer crashed!: his plane into a passenger the sun to shine on their backs. Miami olDc'nls returned a $1 OCO: each to two of our young Mr Paso Johnson and son, Tom Youngest Fire-fighter

c 1 1 liner; result, six dead. Fools in the air are as dangerous as Why not do away with clothes check donated to the communitychest men, I feel that It would mean a attended the 1'owell-Johrmon wedding in America

build a high fence and take a complete by Al Capone. Capone's $1.- 1 lot to the town to have> the free in Lake Butler last Wednes
those auto.
piloting an cure?-Times-Union. Too 000 would have helped just as delivery. 4 lm Punlanil, M.ltir !live, the|| ,.1MingP.

o-- many knot holes many needy persons as i a freshly And how much nicer! it wouldbe day.Mr.. and Mrs Tommy Hewitt!! anddaughtl'r Tolunlnr. Arr-Alilrr.| Tlil gad drltri

That legislator with l his bill providing a jail sentence for -0-- minted $1,000 Mil\ from the treasury to have one's mall brought to of Lake Butler, were end rapine! aprram and ,..a...11.pumping.. how la and control rhrtniral. ,ihfiralou. >

'' drunken drivers on streets and highways is going in the right These one and two-trailer freight and any city or organizationretnHlnA' the door, rather than to have to visitors here last Thursday. .
to accept anything but
leave! the children and one's
direction to stop such practice. trains have no place on the high ''clean"' money will find precious housework to go to town and get BOY M'OITH- MKKTn ; : The Value of|.irrp>r..lnr..>,,.In.1 fire I.one I.
rf t ways.--Starke Telegraph.: That'svary of the lmmrinl lewani of Mi
little coin oft. the realm In their! I
o the mall. The housewives should'QnstJel'ed -
true. yet no one seems to .. chililrrn .r* now |learning.
String beans follow strawberries, with sweet corn chasing stop It, and-the trains go rambling treasury and' some or even that i lie ( In this matter. April iHin, me Boy !scouts i The
? slightly; odorous -- Starke Telegraph -I Starke Is a busy little city and held their weekly meeting In the painful' toatnjarartt at Are pro"
v the beans. Bradford farmers don't use socks for banks any on while the average: motorist is AI apone Isn't what we Scout hall, Assistant ScoutmasterH. lh" tmpo.I."...if maintaining..ilr ]iulinrk .
tcared half to death every time JKhould have mall delivery We I fire Ininnnrc on ........
your .7.
longer; their capacity is too limited. he meets one for fear he and his should cles'gnate!/ as a desirable ( would then also rate a government M. Sebrlng: In charge. Fifteen
0 6, t character, but he isn't a hypocrite members of the troop were
o and postofllce building. I have pres
machine will be ground to powder J. R. DAVIS & CO.
he hasn't far as we know, ent. William Duncan
} so been Interested In this matter for resigned on
'"q Louisiana has declared an embargo against all Florida or forced off Into a ditch.-'\ au-
hula Advocate. broken the laws of Florida, and he some time and would be glad to account of living at Kingsley Lake. INSURANCE

fruits and vegetables that are hosts to the Mediterranean --- -- wasn't a "slacker during the war. nee some of the really big men of I Julian Peek was elected and took

"q, fruit fly, applying to the entire state, The Palmetto News predicts a Ills money, when given In a good the town get behind! it. Our\ over the position of scribe. STARKE, FLORIDA)

r cause Is as good as anybody's congressman la willing to make After. going; through the usual
--o splendid tomato crop for that section --
'
and we shouldn't be surprised -, ----
Starke has reached the city mail delivery class and only The yield is expected to be money the request in Washington If our ""
: better ,
he
if was a man .
goodsand postmaster will Just! say the word. ..
of excellent quality and .
service.numbering the prices will be high/ It Is believe mentally and morally than some I CITIZEN. .-.. \ ( .
of the Mfaml.ptnclals( who refused @ I
(!. The revolution: In t Mexico- /
004.:
a has!! seriously interferred with exportation t.-Palm Reach'a--Independent.The I.... '4.. +..0.0000... ;.1 ALL THE\!! ;

a' With the commencement exercises nearing to mark the of the tomato crop of 1 Bootse"'s KcachI Listen
hat country and the market will Independent does not favor I : fn WORaRECORD;

close of another term of school, the question "When do we be shorter than !it otherwise would the proportion, of the stale paying i0000 Monday Night ,',; .
""V' $
F i 0...'.0w.0.0..0.0 WII'W' EDSCan't
move to the lake" is the subject up for ..discussion.o be thus asHiirlng better prices.- / the debts of heavily burdenedand d ,
f
impecunious counties. Such a >\\4'1 1-.I\ ohllsoll _
Plant/ city Courier.
ilk 1M i
< 1.
7 policy would be a treat to Palm Be Wrong o } .
i 7 ? World War veteran remarked the other if the Mediterranean --0-- .
day Senator W. 'V. Phillips, Colum- Beach county, which has been extravagant The people In this communitywere

r ; fly proved as friendly as the cooties, the state could mia county has Introduced a bill In : and ill governed and Is greatly surprised last Wednesday lire stands. first .

get rid of the fly by clipping the guardsmen on duty. the Kenate,.making driving ot automobiles heavily In debt. Hut la our opinion when !Mr Johnnie Johnsonand ro..ro.k..r. ,.t' .' .
l while Intoxicated a felony that our self-respecting peo- Mrs. Mollle Powell were .
o-- I'Btead' of a misdemeanor. Should ple prefer to meet their obligations iiultely married by the county 4

A boy born during the Alabama flood was named Noah his measure be enacted, drunken themselves and wipe oft the slate I judge of Union county at the court .

t \ by his parents. If there is anything in a name he will do his drivers would face a term In the I by their own .work and economy. house In Lake liutler. Their many ,,_6 M

sparking on a houseboat in preference to a gas chariot. state prison, rather than a fine. We It will certainly be very unjust to friends wish..them a long happy n
hope the bill becomes law thoughwe the well managed; and thrifty counties married life. R
o don't think any man guilty of of the stale to tax their peo- Quite.. number of young folks ,BAD the record]-they tell

While the Mexicans have discarded their tomato crops the offense would be convicted If ple for the benefit of those that you what tire to buy. The most powerful 1 road-
I e have been careless and extrava- gripping tread ever pu ten. tire is put on a Firestone' -with
to shoot at each other, South Florida farmers are shooting here was a bootlegger on the
i; 1, ,,_,,-_ "-,__ ury.--Palm Beach Independent. gant. It Is true that a good deal of I. Gum-Dipped_ Cords underneath. _The result is a.tire that ,Is J
; their tomatoes;: 1n0nc northern markets ;., 1 i
,t. at good prices. Palm Beach county's troubles are FLORIDATheatre ianger serv ce-standing more hard drivingdehverlag 3
--o--
o Among the multitude ot pension due to "busted" banks but.that Is greater mileage:! than tires ever f'RVP "-"-"e. U

Florida should remove the 45-mile hour speed limit from bills going into the legislative our hard luck,and not that of any

hoppers at Tallahassee dome, Introduced other county. Besides, we are pretty J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
31 the statute books. Reckless driving is what shoud be guarded GAINESVILLE STARKE, FLORIDAThey
Monday reads: "To givea sure that shitting debts of em-
; against, whether it is done at 15 miles or 50 miles an hour pension to Mr (or Mrs.) So and barrassed counties to state would ..
--- .. .
unconstitutional.. It would -------------- -)
so "GIVE, is almost a truthful cer- I'lUXHMMSVKKK: : t'OM-

y IN sJ '? The way some legislator propose additional taxes on xpression. Mcintosh News Remarks tainly be a discouragement to the MKM'I.iil: APIUI 29thMONDAYTUESDAY I
people of county to be careful
about our Confederate Veterans any
gasoline would !lead one to think that it is the only liquid sub- and their dependants who and economical. Palm Beach

ject to taxation in the state. Lucky they haven't thought of gave their best when the South I Independent,

13Y; i a tax on water. was In need coming from one who -0-
Some people labor under the A Paramount 100% Volceplay
o most likely gave nothing will have I I c'r ,
,
} little weight with a Southern leg. I delusion that a newspaper makesa
We thought storage space' at the capitol was at a pre slature. whole lot of money out of legal I "NOTHING HUT THE f

mium already until a bill!( was introduced for $50,000 worth of -0- 'advertising, particularly the delinquent TRUTH"With Ja s l

g historical moving picture film The day a free moving picture Protection of public affairs by tax list which runs to .
legal publications of voting lists considerable length. When the Kirtf\i nix
show will draw is over, even in the small towns. to prevent politicians\ from voting newspaper fraternity! stand up for 1/1/ -SII )1..II IIf'C' & livening: 1O-BO: t

., "-0 "dead men" In general elections, the rights of
Gainesville News says' sacred cattle of India are being and giving notice to property own- WEDNESDAY

;, used to breed up Florida native herds.! West Florida farmersare ors In a legal newspaper of general I Foe 'Icnlc'tollelth panic 1 anilNo
circulation when their holdings/ are
making money from their stock since they have been to be sold for taxes were outstanding Chicken I n IK I II I

rhown the "sacred tick is not necessary in their business. /: topics of discussion by newspaper I "TRUE HEAVEN"With

editors and publishers recently I Faced Death
o With Dauntless
gathered at Lake Wales
Federal customs inspector at Miami excused the spraying for the Golden Jubilee celebration Wiring <;IOIUK: ; : o'nmu.v: & LOIS

of the waterfront by machine gun: fire from a coast guard vessel of the Florida Press Association. .MORAV .
1f1-S0 .MatlnctKvrnlnK; 1O-3O: ) Courage Do Them
-Lake Worth Herald. --- Honor
by there
f 1 : paying; were 5,000 bootleggers in Miami. No one

etould; be so impolite as to ask if he knows them by name. -0-- -
Florida has a number of musical THURSDAYFRIDAYl'liMt

S o2' columnists and paragraphers, Phil On Memorial Day it is only fitting that we lay

2' Automobile! owners are asked to consider the following Armstrong probably taking the Strong, durable chicken National 1 Vltaphono with aside our personal thoughts to devote our meditation -
Miiilc and)
Sound
:fr>m the Tampa Tribune: "You can own '$7,000 worth of real lead In this respect. Phil plays to the brave soldiers of America who fought
the piano and several other musical -
aj e .ate in Florida at the same cost of state taxation that you 1 Instruments besides writing : wire that will standup "THE DIVINE LADY" our battles and faced our foes. .

f pay on a $100 car." It would appear that it is the car owners songs and words. for songs. Herbert under the most severe WithrOHUI.NK Not even the fear of death was enough to deter

and not land owners that deserve tax relief. Felkel, of the St. Augustine : HUKKITIl them from doing their utmost to
Record, Is also a musician and test. 'Ve.. have a com- 10-50 Mutino: & KveillllK: 1O-.V: preserve and pro-
% ---0-- long writer. Music makes para- tect our National Unity. Now in times of peace,

t ? The board of bond trustees of Clay county owe it to the graphs and poetry skip along more plete stock all widths SATURDAY we must not forget; them, for they. made peace and

: taxpayers as well as to themselves! to ask Governor Carlton merrily. Times-Union. These prosperity possible.

for a state audit of their records, covering the expenditureof musical paragraphers have more -in small and large I'U\'I.us 11.\"Eft: Therefore on Memorial
time for writing; the neighborswon't In ," Day our hearts should
$675,000 in road bonds. A demand for such audit is going let them stay home. meshes! Now is the time be filled with gratitude; and affection, and we

1"" to be made and it would look better to have the request come --O.i 'THE OFFICE SCANDAL'A should be filled with gratitude and affection and

& from the bond trustees. The automobiles of Florida. pay to make the necessary Pat lie nrlironl/iil i Production we should resolve to ,
an amount In taxes to the state with Mimic, Hound and carry on our day by day activities -

0--- equal< to that paid the mate by all repairs and replacements. Talking in the same high spirit; in which our sol-

g If a concerted effort is made by our citizens, backed by the 35,000,000 acres of land In IO-IO Mutlnw Night: IO5Ol'leue : diers assumed the burden in time of stress.

our postmaster and congressman, Starke can secure a govern- he state all the buildings, all the
farms, all the hotels and resorts, sent nt your Hams and
ment postoffice building. There is now no reason why Starke 1
AimilKHM: aud'fO Bradford
all the .Industrial plants all the, j will plwc County Bank
cannot have adequate postoffice quarters in a permanent railroads, all the banks and all you un our':MAILIM LIST for

building, built on one of the available sites for such purpose. other varieties of taxable property DeWITT JONES 1 WKKKI.X: : : PROGRAMS. Thank Bradford

Every civic organization should drop other matters for the combined The motor car owners H.vnmv.vnE )'on. County's Financial Stronghold
and users are now paying the total I It }'I.oum.TI"' .\TRfo
a'
t i present and work for this building. Gainesville STARKE
ost of the state roads, a part of FLA.PAGI .

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