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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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BRINGS PROTEST FROM BOARDOF Our MothersWritten Only a tew cases of any Importance \ Better Service' J ;

have come up this week at'i :l.'p
I Not In Spirit of ('llId"m ItutIntcrcNt ima. !,' {:f'i\
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the sprlit gterm of circuit court; .

Hall\,'nt HolMny( Thursday Nc'xt'C'C'k will be the first COMMISSIONERS I ] TUESDAY ( for Mother's I>ay.) the 'one murder cane, Adam East- I of"Si-r Better\ tee Public I' ;..lI )

'i iur', day hair hoHduy of the sum- I man defendant, being net for 10 ___ ','f

, ?. ", axon, the business men of The second Sunday in May is dicatcd to our mothers o'clock: today. Several cases Upon completion of their duties ':':Ji

i ,p i own, agreeing to close their I II Hoard Also Agrees to Sale of Large Tracts to Federal ( overn- and I think it a beautiful tribute. We can never, scheduled for thin term have been ilit this session of c rruit' court, ), :' "t

,I ]LII,,, ,, ,. D( business at 12:30: each ment for Forest Reserve.The continued to July 8th by Judge imembers of the! grand Jury \'t'ed'i''i 1
i-day during the summer repay what we owe to our mothers. Religious emotionsand
I h" Adklns.: ow.ng: to absence of de- uesday 111'eSelllp 1 (he following i 4 ,; ,
,,,", i"lhH. the lust:! Thursday being mother love are closely related, for "mothers loveis '
]recommendation to Judge/ A Z. '
!nth I tense attorneys !!: !
i a I
,,"! hoard of county commissioners Forest Service, which was duly '
wonderful
about the nearest approach have to the -
--- we The grand Jury In session the Adklns: ,
of llradford county, Florida seconded by J. I L. Underbill.: The
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I I. ,tin, ,It'. first throe days of the week rl'llortTo the Honorable, A. 7., i
met t In regular/ session on Monday Chairman then called for yea and compassionate love of God. Atlklna,
Telegraph acknowledged; re- ed out no bills lu the cases of J. \ Judge of said Court : a,
I in-. May 8th, 1929 at 10:00: nay votes. Those voting "yes" the human heart like
, ,"I",, of a letter from Mr. J. B. o'llock a. m. with all members were (I. W. lllnson, J. L. Underhill There is no word that touches M. Ulxon. Hubert Kelly, (flea, Red1Ve" the Grand, Jury of /the above "

i I\ i t, ''I 11 rid, former resident of Starke, present as follows: J. O. Crews and Drew> Reddish Those voting the word "mother. dish Llnnlfl Crews Ralph Jrlllls, :' named' Court du respectfully recommend "
, living In Orlando. lie nays: chairman J. I,. Underhill U. T.Osteen "no" It. T. \Hubert! I HtuTlH.:! Minnie and fter- all folIoWH: '
"v / were Osteen and in life that carries such responsibility 'i' a X
'I I am, glad to get the Telegraph Drew Reddish and O. W.Hlnson. J. O.J Crews.A There is no relationship trudo Clink, lliilirrt Harris: Geo.Ui'd.llsh. That the sheriff, deputy eher-! I

, I Ii, week and read everything In motion was then made by O.Vv J. as motherhood. 111'1'14. constables and all pence o.ll-: 111

,i md, sure enjoy your coming for Minutes of last meeting read lllnson us follows: That we, Note this saying of Dr. Cuyler : "The progress ofChrist's I True bill wortrpportod out bVini-B of this county' ar' men' of j,
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,, makes me think that my old and the board of county comm'ssloneisf the grand Jury against; General, "good character and 1111 mpeachableMuirns : 'r
i muu,, is paying me a visit" approved.Thos. Bradford county, Florida: hereby kingdom depends more upon the influence of : : HutNnn, Ralph (I ii'inis two integrity, and WI' appreciate the i
T, Itlckenbaker, county indictments; Will Mullin. Bervlces they have rendered to this f'f:
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the other
: agent appeared before the board approve proposed purchasef faithful wise, and Godly mothers than upon any \ of
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Ketunis l\Vnshlnjtton; the H. L. Black & Company Criminal cases were disposed( I county; but. It bus come to the i 1 ,
i ongressman! H. A. Green J rei and stated:! the conditions under lauds in this county by the U, S. human agency" as follows: point, where we feel (that It Is neu- I ) 4,1
which he was working to give Permits of Florida" : vs John (legt to to those ulllcera
Saturday toM State fury suggest :
i ned Washington Department of Agriculture/ for theForest Someone has said : "The race moves forward on the V'j
,lime his duties at the present I to shippers and naked fur an Service, which was duly ge; assault with Intent to murder. that It would be n Having to th'a!' ,y y 1

," ,'' ,i session:! of congress. Mr. I assistant. Since the county budget seconded'! by, J. L. Underhill. The) feet of little children." This, however has been disputed 1'lead guilty to uggruvatrct aHsault.: \ county amid would far'Inhale tlieprogress J;

< ''II was tailed home on account does not provide for such, same chairman then called for "yea" for it takes men and women to accomplish things A second\ Indictment, agalimt; lltKRH of justice for them and y!:+ +
death of Ills grandfather, wan refused.J. chorglng mime offense was ouch of them to use more energy I
. 111.' and "nay" voles. Theme voting
.I W. 11 obi MHO n appeared before ; this nation of ours yet much depends li of witnesses y
very < securing
n M I Andrea burial services torAndrou "yes" were Drew Reddish, O.J \V.IIlnHon. in} great ; nolle pt'osxed. testimony
\' being held Thursday the board and asked for $7.50 on It. T. Osteen: and J. I., upon their early training. Solomon, the wisest man, State:; of Florida/ vs Allen Lucas( that 1 they make memoranda of
burial expenses of Jake Manlgo.; continued the dotes of crimes and names! and Y
, at New !River cemetery. forgery/ : )
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Underhill
'moon Voting "no, J. U
The matter was laid over until Crews. said : "Train up a child in the way he should go and Slate of Florida vs Karl: nn'ell uddruHues of the witnesses; that ""i ,

tl ftidliiK I'/Ht lllIsh'1'x Contention next meeting. The following resolution! was when he is old he will not depart from it." Then how und Joo Fraaler, breaking; and en-'cnmpla'\ nts of the public In regard '

,master! Hull attended the Reports of Inspectors of Marks hen adopted ferine Plead not guilty; trial net to crimes having been committed ,;.':.),
_ I i i annual convention Flordl1: ',iand Brands County Agent and To the Honorable: State Livestock careful parents should'! be in the early training of those lor Thursday. I be given; more prompt action Wo !''lii.:.
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, in", h. National; League! of 1>114l'oalmalltf'I'A County Judge received and ordered Sanitary Board: dear little ones entrusted to their care. The wonderful Slate of 1"lol'ldlVII Hnndnlpli tlo 1101 Intend 1 t thin us u criticismAndornon. :,,\
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Gainesville :, IIII'd.I I ussinill to commit uuirler of any of these otllcurs.\ but we do
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"n < and Thursday of this fond of B, II. Strickland for "Whereas" it has come to the things that men build in the days of their strength are ; bond OHlreiited.. Feel that In the respect I pointed( outthut c
'day knowledge of this board of "
\\ : county
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?'' k. Mr. Hull Is keeping' In touch( I Notrury Public was received and commissioners hut representatives but the reproduction of the beautiful thoughts that Stale of Florida Cecil: Drawdy the public iuiere l requires ', ,('

\\ "I h departmental mutters and will ism approved.)Application of J. T. Humes, for and employees of the Florida State were whispered in their ears in the days of early youth. nod lined.I lihett Drawdy, perjury; conbetter l --t service. .-- .- j' ,'?' .r

I I hopes made for that more some adequate provision ponttli -1 I I agricultural census enumerator In livestock the enforcement SnHilary Board of the engaged law and Again it has been said : "If you fill the barrel with Stale! of Florida vs Casey Atkln- Fly DiscoveredIn ,

facilities In Starke In the'Will' was received and filed. the regulation of said board in tares. son, desertion and non-support; : :
for
"> < t> Mr. M. I\VnllerHou appeared !\ wheat, y-u may defy the Devil to put any I
future, the. present location the dipping of cattle and other ('Ol1tll1l1ed. Grove I'
'")..ing too crowded. Provision before I the board and asked for a livestock In this county have so Weeds. thrive in soil where no seed is sown" Stale of Florida vs Hen Melvin, Perry '1 CIf

made before the coming reduction on assessed valuation on Improperly exercised their author- let consider of the deHcltloii and non-nuppnrl:! ; conInuecl. 1. '
be -
must' his home place In Hampton, stat- In this connection us some sayings Near Palatka 1 ,
" ar to allow larger; quarters ..,_ h .. .. sal d ty, that a great hardship is being L .. earth. ... UL.'L n... T.._lr ; '
------- -- -- 1 rig ll Oat iiiu (use iiuw MII worked upon the people of this! or a fete great: men 01 : ISr/He/ of 1' iori
Two :Moii- "O10 l l Toners"! land was not there at the time of community, In that, vast numbers Lincoln said, "that he owed all that he wag to his 1 and Muddy Mcl.uln, breaking Pulatku, Miiy 4. With the clls- .., ,1'f
liven though the wife of one of \ the assessment. On motion board of cattle, calves mules, horses and and, entering 1\I\.alll\ wax sentenced ( covery of ths dread lItelllterrani'i' ''i i,
lust ordered nsbessment reduced $6t)0.) angel mother. lIt t the full term of court ; f if e 1 .'!;s.
i II". 'old( timers" published In other livestock' have been seriously Jticli- ean lly l In t tho Perry Grove at Han .
v.-k8, Telegraph objected to her Mi.board!U. L.asking Black appeared t that said befoJ'etho board injured and in many cases killedby Winston Churchill'\ says, "Behind, every man standsa court tlefeifiug nteticlng; of 'o- Milt un. Saurd.iy.. and placing this! 't, f f tY

I h, ,band being \aslll\ed\ : among reason of carelessness Incomleteme sun until this term. city III the No 2 quarantine area, 'J 4.
either recommend the purchaseof mother who accounts for him. OuganKnabb
:in.,'. .old, 'uns, we shall continue list- and reckless disregard State of Florida vs : cteps were being; l taken t today by :.: : t ;
Ill", ilioso I whose curds show:! a long the U, L. Black track of land In of such representatives and employees "My mother was the making of me," said Thomas assault to murder; con the chamber of commerce, plant k I :
U. S. (;
overn-
Bradford by
of as sub- county for the safety and well being tinued. board representatives and city of- '\\Vi
term years
nbiukeii of I felt that I must not "
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I mont or reduce valuation on said:! Edison. "She was so sure me State of Florida.. vs Adam Kant-:
i ibers to the Telegraph! under of the animals under their tlclals to organize all l local agencies) lY'

Hi.. heading of "old timers". land Several citizens of Bradford are, and the reckless disregard: If: disappoint her." man, murder_: _trial__Mel_for today. to rom hut the post I

among those noted this t week Is I II. met with the board at 2 such persons for the property "All that J ever accomplished in life I owe to my te' In thU ('Olll1l'.tlolthe chamber "' '
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it. be found W. J. l Epperson of county rights of I the citizens of Bradford BLACK ot commerce announced that a ;I'! J.
Starke. whose subHcrlptlons has o'clock p. m. and urged that theboard the ('ount)', [Florida now therefore I itis mother,'" declared Dwight L. Moody."In 20,000 muss meeting\ all citizens will be \ t ;I

"li.-on running since Ittio and J. K.Adk :, proposal rerommend of the U. S. Governmentof approve 1 the shadow of every great man's fame walks BASS PLANTED called, tomorrow might at the courthouse 't .)i }!i
.ns of Hampton whose one RESOLVED by the board of when It IK expwVui that a : r '
"
t 1lrd shows his record pearly since ,I the purchase of the wild lands county commissioners of Bradford his mother, says'Dorothy Dix. federal limpectoi1, will be present \tlIfellllrM \'
known the : ...
1114oi.l. Bradford; Lumber county Company as lands county that the said state Live- Napoleon said: "Let France have good mothers and A. A, Meyer and George to outline quarantine rules and J ':, .
Umpire I "
stock SanUary Board be and said regulations;
I Seneca of the Weluka fish Imlchrr ( -
\\' cm head UK to Mail and the !n. L. Black & Company board Is hereby requested and re- she will have good sons. ', were in Stnrke Saturday nfternimn. It Is expected that the city ( '

Work on haraurfuclng; state road lands. also number" of epectfully petitioned to take such Cicero said : "The real empire is by the fireside." > bringing; wllli them 20.- commission will take Home action i.t 1'
There a
were 1-11'
Starke to Leke Butler slept as may be necessary without baas for "plant- toward zoning the city, while boy 'I'i'
's from black
who I find in 000 baby
of Bradford county Ruskin said impetus for good
citizens : "Every my '
will
other 'f'i'
scouts and all agencies; H
will start early next week prac11. the board and! delay to protect the livestock in Ing" In the hakes on the sand hill i jl
before
ally all of the road equipment asked appeared that It refuse to recommendthe Bradford county and the citizens soul came from my mother" tux( I km near Ktaike. The fish were he pressed' Into service: to cleanup t !Il p1

Hi the Duval Engineering Com- purchase by the U. S, Govern- of> Bradford unlawful county from the reckless God said I of a true mother : "Her children rise up secured through the efforts COI1lWithin of the city.the radius of a mile of ; "j(i
and
contractors having arrived oppressive) :! acts Senator 10, M Johns from j
pan ment of said above lands. of Its and and call he blessed.. the Infected grades; Is considered ,
hi\ 're' The rock sh'pments will be presented showIng representatives agents missioner Hodges, whose department I'an.1
A was t'd
handled from the Peggy Y south petition employees in this county. who beacon has supplied Florida lakes In Zone No. 1 or the infested area ,
long drive the signatures of about 150 /Be It further resolved that a'' Thus every great man and woman, are with hundred of No fruit of any kind can be shipped I
eliminating
ot through town, the town with/ the trucks representative; citizens won of headed the county as- copy of this resolution be forwarded Ughts in history, have reverently laid the laurel wreath thbnsundM Hlrennm:! of ash during the past from or through thin zone. At I)
which petition three No 1 zones
there
and the attendant slowing:! up ofhauling. to the senator and representalive the brow of a noble mother. few years. present are
follows: upon snowy [ Sun Mateo,
county )
In the legislature of this this In the near /
to
strip will county of the long trip
20-foot In \
spite
Only a Board of County .
To the Honorable also has definite Lake and Crescent City. :
But mind the Como
l hi' laid through the town for the Commissioners of Bradford with the request that this resolution to my Godlyfather / a section, not more than twelve or f ,
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present the contractors: delayingthe Count, Florida: be presented to the said part in the training of children, yet largely upon the llttcen\ of the bass were dead when jl:
work of widening and laying! Florida State Livestock Sanitary poured Into the waters of the SCHOOL BOARDPROCEEDINGS 1
Gentlemen: mother devolves the duty of training the child. It can f' ,
the i concrete curb and gutter until the undersigned iltlzens Board and lay before said Board lakes Ice was curried: on the .! ', '
'the town has put through its bond and We property owners In Bradford the facts as they exist In this county not be regelated to nurses and teachers for no one can truck for keeping the water III ;

Issue to pay the extra* cost. count, being which advised will accrue of the to advantages the- and take urge steps and Immediately request said to boardto releve touch the glowing sparks of a life purpose i nthe heartof cans and when at the not proper moving temperature/ the water 'I"'!" 1 .,

lNSPKCTlV: < : TON- because of government the citizens of Bradford a child like a mother. was kept iterated by means of Hoard met III regular session .
TI.M'KS: county county of the high-handed oppression dipping and pouring; buckre- H. D. May and A. .
ownership and( control of certain The greatest tribute ever paid to a mother was made with Chairman I
and unlawful '
acts of the said In the wa
place needed oxygen It. Siirrency'! present; minutes of l'tor.
County Agent Rlckenbaker has chasing lands which In Bradford It contemplates county.. ; pur-be- representatives" and employees of by Jesus upon the cross. In that last hour in the unut- previous meetings read .'

his hands full these days In con- Informed t that the government said board. terable agony of death He was mindful of Iris mother, Commissioner Hodges; hail a set Mr Frank Frlmmer the architect I J, '
Ing
motion !Mr. C B, Gore ,
On -
oUiwtey working under
nection with Issuing permits for lirecontrol 01 very efficient men employed by the hoard fortho D
shipping strawberries even thoughthe will reforest the land roads operate In the Florida was placed upon as if to teach us that this holy love should be our last his direction In restocking( supervision of the Lawtey !aMryera' :; ., ',v I

season Is fast drawing to a tract; that and In Improve lieu of tuxes on the the pauper roll with an allowanc earthly thought, the last point of earth from which the Florida waters with fish, and work Mr school building/ and Mr. Luff representing I v i" h,
lose. Flvo must be /111nll of $5.00 per month. denrrlplon! of the the MasHaru ells Bond z'
nermlts\ receive a 'it
out to accompany each crate of land the county the will revenues from percentage There being no further business! soul' should take its upward flight to Heaven. tntnlled at the hatcheries In bringing :- & Insurance Co.. met with the s' '; t A
of gross
herr'es and to facilitate handling the land, which will be derived the board adjourned until the next In conclusion, may we pray the Lord to give to all the llsh to the stage; where bound to discuss the completion ot t .', "
of the permits Mr. Rlckenbaker turpentine< regular meeting, which will beheld they are ready for transplanting; said building: Mr. J. T Moore being cVVeluka \ '
has moved to the express olllce.'alure trom sales of timber, Intormet the /first Monday In June, A, parents who guide and care for little children that wis- wan Interesting./ The hatchery at absent the mailer was left for '
etc., and being
: of the commissioners to louses It, Is the policy of the govern- U. 1929. dom which cometh down from above. Is within easy reach of consideration In the afternoon session /11 ', t
provide funds to hire assistants to that will not purchase O. W. Alderman Clerk. thlH section\ and the public has an when Mr. Moore wo'uld be -a '.
ment that It .--- Sincerely at
visit the plant any
invitation to
platforms "
work at other shipping other than thoseIn present.U.
MI the. county leaves the entire lauds which In counties the citizens dealre It to KK\Tiit\\ii I : I .\V KXKIUTSKH: ; : MUS. W. E. DAUGHERTY. time. .. __ F. Hall being the low bidder "; ,

work the county agent, the the on the Lawtey colored school 1 l
on thut '
understanding IIOUIMY '
do HO, and Bradford County Fraternal Day Tlll'USU.111.1" ,,
--- the
be secured to ------ building he was awarded con- tj"
only relief that can government accepts the recommen- exercises sponsored:! by Starke ;

i-orne from volunteer workers. Under dation of the board of county com Grove No, 278 Woodmen Circle, Iii accordance with the prevailing : tract.: cost the1uLlmess j. ,
board he The) matter of extra on
Instructions from the Starke mlBsloners: ns to whether or not and '\', O.V.., with Mrs O. M. In Strawberry Movement ; custom of closing our places' of I.uwtey building was guaranteed::
will maintain his office In desired; that the government; of local Woodmen each
guardian
It Is man for a half holiday on these il: '
board necessary
Is worked by the us ;
-uul other plan
until control
some for purchases operate and Circle, presiding was held at the Thursday) during the miimnermonlliH. addition were deemed economical J 1 fuexs .

out It will be necessary from lands; do request that your hoard Woman's club of Starke Thursday Strawberry movement: to Apr 24th (its. ______ __2,490G''72 we, the undersigned litml- The board decided. to let tim t
nippers to secure permits not only consent to the purchase evening.: The different or and professional men of i irt f
lands weeks endinsr May 8th __________ 220,9;28: .. ._ Lawtey school !building remain as ;
tn.otnce here i. the government of certain gnnizatlona. tit Bradford. n"ntu Movement for 2 _L ___ close uur .. ..., ,
Ynow l MUIJl. IUKU agree"" If Is until the differences concerning '
-. \ 'To:: SAVK: .mwl'1'! owned by Empire: Lumber ; .I-: represented; and; ; splendid I I Iprogl'lwl I live plates of business each ThurxR I the heating plant have been' ,'p p
but that you also as- consisting of music and '! the hour of L
at
Company representatives of the : I, Total movement to May 8th, qts. __ ._____________2,711,600 day afternoon May settled. + "'
The Florida railroad commls- sure the talks was enjoyed by a large and 12:30, beglnnln-g Thursday. The board ruled that bus driver ,
special fed- government that they are welcome fence. I 16th and continuing through: must be 22 yearn old or older and

-"i'al on was court advised, sitting that at Richmond In Bradford county and with that them.your The meetng! was opened with :' Receipts previously; reported __ _____ _____.:___$70 ,713.84 Thursday, September tilth : Food have the other necessary quail '
of board will co-operate prayer by Dr 0, P. Raymond, fol- The Quality Store, I Kvans1: Heat Ions,
t'at .. had denied the petition re- Respectfully submitted. lowed by songs. Leading 'In the Receipts for 2 weeks! ending May 8th __________ 19,883.52 Store Starke Hardware & Furnl- Trustees of the various schools t <1<

"the railroad for an Injunction Commerce After hearing; the various citizens singing was Mr. John Powell, accompanist tore Co., J. M. Alvarez, JV.. are In be notified to send III q
raining the Interstate their views and hav- Miss Inez Abernathy, I"'. C. Holllngsworth. .
effect express White & Son, list of the need of their supplies
commission from putting for Into decrease -- ng considered the petition and Col. D. K. Knight gave the wel- Total receipts to May 8th _.. ._ __ _________--_'_$729,597.36 DeWItt C Jones M-C Store Hank so I that tho board could buy to the "
its recent order a on other matters connected therewith, coming address. A talk on "Fra- I of Starke, Rogers 5 & lOc Store beAt advantage; j jN.

In refrigeration charges Flor- the following motions prevailed: ternity" was given by Mr. Wallace Sternberg./ Ur. n. S, Carroll F The board adopted contract foij 3 1
fruits) and vegetables from Motion by J, L. Underhill as follows It Cheeves, of Newberry. Among Mediterranean Fly' quarantine regulations :! K Stump Steam Pressing Com teachers as offered ny superintend.n;

ida to all points of the country.he'ome I, [ : That we, the board of coun- the other speakers of the eveningwere ed by the government; estahlllh-I pan)'. J, II. Lord & Co., Clover ent. '

The rates were ordered but to the- ty commissioners of Bradford Congressman R, A. Green in plant board In other parts of the Farm Stores, Hart Furniture Co., Hesolutloa adopted by boar 11 J JMende ,
effective at once, county, Florida settle today the and Judge; A. Z. Adklns. Discovered JaxA Infested area Inspector nrogden l H.( C. Wall O. L. Haynes L. A. that applications from teacher ,
"curt, upon filing of the petition question of the sale and purchase Several selections of old time Bradford County Hank 8.II. will not be considered: unless ap 1'

asked the commission to make the of the lands In Bradford county, songs were rendered by Mrs.\ O. I 11 announced.: John, O. !II l, Clark* Andrews' pllcant has certificate/ at time o1!] (ti
"ffective day May 15. to give itt'me Florida known as the U. L. Black Bennett Mr. W. B. Mundy. !Mr.\ L. portion of the city of Jacksonville The quarantine officials. accordIng Store F. 0. Hemingway J. F.Klckllter making application #r

to consider the complaint of & Company lands and the Empire S. Hutto, Miss Mildred Hundle became Involved Thursday -' to Mr Tlrogden; will destroy J. C, Manning 1', & P. Newly elected trustees orderetjcommissioned.

'the railroads.As Lumber Company land, which and MIllS Sunshine Hundley on In the federal quarantine everything within the mile area ,. Store A. !M. Darby City Barber i. _
the result of the eommls- moton! was duly seconded by G.VV. their string Instruments with Miss against; the Mediterranean fruit that Is prohibited as host fruit and Shop A 11. Oreen. All bills for the month wer a
Ion orders. Florida growers and Hlnson. Inez Abernathy at the piano. The fly. K Jo:. nragdon: Inspector representing vegetable for thefly. This willItclnde .-"-_ audited and paid


175.000 annually on fruits and nay vote. Those:! voting "yes" prayer by Rev. J, T. Barnes after and the federal department of agriculture fruits except watermelons, pine apples first Monday In !MayA .

vegetables, members of the state were J. L. Underbill. Drew Reddish which a delightful social hour announced a quarantinearea coconuts and other nuts. In News matter from our correspondents J. Grlflls, Secy] I
ommlsslou estimated. and O. W Hinson; those vot- was spent. Refreshments were extending one mile In every the list of vegetables to be destroyed must be mailed to reach ..- I V
and direction from the 3500 block on of all kinds UOOOMKX.: (flllCL: t
Osteen IH
.: "no" were II. T. served to all present. ore peppers not later than Wednesday morn.n' ,
W" O. W. )II'IOIU.SJ.H'IC.:: : Ing Boone Park avenue Ills action us
G. Crews. pumpkins, /gourds squashes; tomatoes to Insure publication In current --- i .4i'
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by G.w BIRTHSMr. followed discovery of fruit flies In I of all kinds, plants of thj I 1
A motion was then made beans egg week Considerable: portion of the Junior Circle No. 32 J \ J I
All Friends Camp No. 138: will Hlnson as follows: That we, a box of oranges that had been and any others that may be foundto correspondence now reaches Woodmen Circle will meet at ttv;K)!, if f
bold their annual memorial ser-,I board of county commissioner and Mrs. S. B. Dennison, sent from Orlando to a family living \ have become infested Wednesday afternoon and ThursO.. W. hall'ln Starke Monda ', : lof t 6

'Icea at Kingdey cemetery on Sun- the Bradford county, Florida, hereby Hampton daughter, May 3rd. In that vicinity. -' day morning and cannot be hand- afternoon May 13th, 4 o'clock, t day. May 19th next at 3 p. m. of the proposed purchase Mr. and Mrs. Roy !Monley\ Doc- An additional area nine miles Fort Pierce Dredging o Derations led account of the rush ot last elect otncera and form a drill teats ,
Public generally Invited. Sovereigns approve Company tor's Inlet, son, May 8th. In all direction from the miles cir- on Junior be at It '
of the Empire Lumber underway to complete exca- minute news. Mailing copy early Every; please ,. ,twill ,
at the hall Mr. and Mrs Amos Weeks, Pen cle limit will be maintained as a "
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will kindly meet by the US hall promptly on the hour.
its
lands In this! county vation of local Inlet entrance. I always Insure publication. .
Fraternally Farms May 6th. In line with the .
at 2 o'clock. of Agriculture for the ney son, protective area.
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m tax rates Tampa was 27th. withan passing; that amendment in 1924, IN MEMORY\ OF LEON i. TCHINSON brlthly f

adjusted rate of only $14.74. which was expressed In resolutions I>1KI> JULY 1ST, ll :38 Blow the i >,

{ f fTAXATION IN FLORIDA ] But when we looked at the percentage adopted by the house adopted in ':

of real estate to personal this chapter, that it wan to relieve lone before us, 0 our brother, In the locks \\

property paying this revenue we real estate. As representatives of To the splrltland. '

!a, found something entirely different the home owners and voters, we Vainly look we for anotherIn ing, / ,
'' ( From the standpoint of the general commodity sales tax, a The percentage of the levy on real call on you to pass a law that MIL Not a silvery ; ; ,,

i homeowner and voter, remarks. of .severance( tax on extractive industries estate to that. on personal prop- carry out what the people had in thy place to stand. I' Nor a line of i,

Paul O Meredith executive coc- corporation stock transfertax erty In Miami was 97 to 3 ; In mind, and get us out of the ostrich Who shall over youth and beautyOn On thy fair ; :

retary, Florida Association of Real public utility franchise tax. Increase Tampa it was 89 to 11 and in St. class. the wasting shrineOf i, Eyes of light ( ,

Estate Boards before the committee on license taxes not leviedIn Petersburg It was 87 to 13, by the ('<>ll I of short, all of those taxes, the state average With faith like thine. all that
Taxation Over
d' on Finance and< -- way Is the approximate Real estate Is willing that laws a ,.
R the House of the Florida LegIsla- absence of which has created so proportion In Florida. Up Which shall
owning
be passed to make a man '"
ture. Open session In House much enthusiasm Ira some Quar- In Atlanta, It was 74 to 26, about real estate either pay his taxesor Oh thy gentle smile of greeting Olrs.:0,,':

Chamber, Tuesday Apr. 23, 1929 ) ters-the same absence which has what It was in Florida a few years lose his property. The state Who again shall! see- If the spirit

partly brought about the present ago; in Nashville and Savannah it hold Who amidst the solemn meeting From Its ;
', should not permit a man to
I represent the real! estate men condition In the finances of the was 75 to 25, and about that in real estate on a shoe-string any Gaze again on thee? O'er its mortal ;

) who are organized/ in the majority state government. Charleston and Macon. Real es- more than a mortgage loan house Who when peril gathers o'er us Wilt thou not, '

n of the counties In Florida as apart Back In the fall of 1924, wheat near tate pays 60 per cent and personal would permit him to do ft. But Wear so calm a brow? Sometimes on '-

ra of my regular duties as executive ly five years ago; and just property 40 per cent In I Durham, while this to insure the collection Who with evil men before us, And in hours r i

secretary of the Florida Association I the boom was starting, Floridawas N. C., and Columbia, S. C., whileup estate So serene as thou? As a spirit may
oC taxes on real we sug-
ll' of Heal Eatatu Boards I "on the make." Among other in Baltimore. Eighth City, real gest that you also make provisionto 1 r

' i also represent a large number of debts which she constracted estate! pays only 57 per cent and collect, with equal determination Early hath the spoilers found thee Peace be with !

1+ property owners who have affiliated right then and In subsequentyears personal property 43 per cent. the taxes due from other Brother of our love, In the

wtlh our local boards, who have was a doubtful expenditurefor Real) estate does not wish to escape forms of wealth. And also, while Autumn' faded earth around thee, Vainly look we <\. c|

written In their opinions, and who "advertising," labeled, "The carrying its rllhtfushare; \' of tightening up on tax collections, And Its storms above; In thy place to ,,

have attended our meetings and Constitutional Amendment Ex- the tax burden, and will probably that Evermore the turf lie lightly, Unto thruth
obvious
It Is
that
suggest
we !:
fee conferences held over the state, empting Income and Estates from always bear the greatest share should be made to And with future showers, All thy virtues <
attempt
where we have secnrde their Taxation" Since every other since It benefits most from govern- some convenientfor O'er thy slumbers fresh and i And thy spirit <\
make tax-paying more
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i ''r ideas. state but one has an Inheritance ment and Is easiest to collect from. -
the property owner, by adopt-
::4*" fr Our Interest Is the Interest of tax. and since the Federal govern- Real estate Insists however, that
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ing an ordnary'! rule of business'!
" the state aa a whole not a special ment gives a rebate to states of other forms! of wealth should also /
and providing( for sending a no-
interest, representing a few peo 80 per rent of all Inheritancetaxes bear their fair share of the expense si
tice of his taxes by mall and arranging '1a
ple. AVe do not represent the collected in states which have I II ; of government according to
his
it that he can pay
so
l lr holders of vast acreage-the corporations such a law, Florida's advantage in I value and benefits received; as '
in place at the same
taxes one
-so! much as we repre- I not having such a law Is fancied stated In the constitution. Real
time, as they do In other states.'!
sent the many Individual holders rather than real The repeal of estate will get relief when every
tt Please bear in m'nd that a large
,, of a relatively small amount of i I the Federal law is very doubtful, other form of wealth pays Its
t 'fl' property-the home owners and with such a small minority demanding share. percentage of our property own- ", .
live in other states. Some of ,t
voters of the state-who would it. Every year or so an- Suggested .\sKN..lnK Practice ers
their remarks about our tax system
,', not be represented, unorganized asa other state sees the wisdom or It is obviously unfair and
which we get In correspondence -
they ire, except for our Associa necessity of levying an income tax. against the best policy for the future -
not of the sort to ad-
are
tion. We get around our lack of such a good of Florida for a man
vertise Florida, If repeated.Now .
AVe started the movement for tax here by levying an excise who comes here and invests $25-
the people whose Interestsare
modernizing/ Florida's tax system know as a gross receipts tax. It 000 In land to have to pay heavy
{ In May 1928, and have kept at it : is unfair since a large amount of taxes on this form of wealth, whilea not those of the home owner "
and voter but lie along the lines
the
q ever since. At a meeting In Tam : gross business may not necessary< second who buys a $25,000 stockof of personal property ownership, Bring me winner!

K't' tit pa in September to which nine ly mean profits. An Income tax goods is taxed very lightly, anda
will tell that there Is nothing
statewide organizations were invited would get the salaried and pro- third who brings $25,000 and you
with Florida's tax system,
"t4 a few major principles were fessional man, whose property invests in stocks and bonds, escapes wrong
and that we don't need more reve-
adopted which we could all agree holdings may be very small. An with no tax whatever. In

M1;(vi' were right, even if we could not Inheritance tax Is the best known Florida, land Is the greatest assetwe nue taxation, BO why which take will up affect any form them of? THE* story is told of a man dining in a res-

agree as to the means of carrying way to get at intangible property, have to offer, so that with us,
Well Its true we don't need more who was served a lobster with
I them out. Iwniuse the amount of estates can a'condition of high taxes on landIs i

"Y By corresponding during the last he found, and If the property has a serious condition indeed. TOTAL revenue demands, except, but we.DO as noraml needto only one claw. Upon complaining he was .

> ; few months, we have made this been escaping taxes for past years, "But", you might ask, "what Is progress
distribute the expense of gov- told the waiter that
t program known to you gentlemen they may be levied on the estate. a fair tax When are taxes too by this happened occa-
ernment around a little better than
and the other members of the leg- Your earnest thought Is solicited high and when are they too low?" sionally because the live lobsters
+ we have In the past. That's ob- fought
+ islature as far as we could. Each on these matters. AVe are facinga "AVhat is fair and what is unfair -

of you received ajlttle bluebacked condition and not a theory and It ?" vious.! among themselves in the kitchen. "Bring me
It's also obvious why, at the last
folder the other day. On the Is not the condition of 1924. Well, lets get out of the clouds the winner "
said the diner.
a r National Real estate convention, a
back was not the words, "A bill Tint whenever one of the taxes and talks about one thousand

G y44 for an act," but "a HID for an mentioned awhile ago is brought dollars instead of twenty-five prom'nent those'! assembled tax leader that suggested real estate to At the General Motors Proving Ground, ;a

act," and this explanation, "In- up, we see the organized forces, thousand, so that we can all get
owners take a leaf out of the book fleet of specimen built in advance
cars
: formation given out of courtesy epieaentlng! Interest uffected com- the point clearly. /Suppose, for example long

t! 1 and hope." It carried in condensed ing to Tallahassee In droves with we take three men, each\ I of rather their hard-boiled adversaries policy and adopt; "Oppose this cf factory production, fight a battle of hills

form the Ideas crystallized in their ears laid back, keeping: the with $1,000 worth of property;
; meetings! and work over a peilocl wires hot in filling your mall with the first with $1,000 worth of real each and every direct tax on real bumps and every other sort of torture. Thesecars
I estate and favor each and every
lj of a year and a half AVe are still protests. Any tax not on real estate -'I estate, the second with a stock other tax." are torn down and rebuilt until they are

N hoping. N bill of our authorship la branded as a nuisance tax of goods< or a herd of cattle worth _

is before either house, but we are According to the objectors, business $1,000, and a third with $1,000'II ---- able to beat every tesc The tests involvcspeed, _

? ti watching to see If this legislature; would be doomed and people In gilt-edge securities worth par. I ...N4/NNY.Nr&N Kr 4)tlKeystone .. power endurance comfort

n'G'; t will do some very obvious things would be run out of the state. The large report you received braking riding ,
Heights
:
which we consider are necessaryto There la a great deal of camouflage yesterday says that a rate of 50 : handling ease; fuel, oil, and tire
Ml.. Helm Oitden. Cor. .t economy;
be done. / to turn attention away from mlll\ must be kept to hold the \
Additional Safeguards|; on KxIH'tKlltim :: the fact that approximately state solvent. So we'll call 50 ........................ body strength-every phase of car construc- _

1t -. It Is obvious, that there $500,000,000 worth of property mills\ the state average which It Mrs. J. M. Relsenman daugh- tion and performance.Only .

vl should additional safeguards on escapes entirely: In Florida) Intact Isn't. This Is a problem In assessing ters. Mrs. -Mary Bergen and Miss
at't
public expenditure. By that we the applesauce gets so thickIn practice we have here. Now Mildred Relsenman and Miss Jes- the: t inner of all these: tests is sent

'.rv mean limitation on the amount of jour ears that the voice of the the man with real estate benefits sie Smith, who have been at the back to the factory to be used as a model for

bonded indebtedness, stricter rules patient inarticulate fellow who Is most and suppose we value his Inn for several months, left this

governing the contracting for such paying nearly all of the taxes now property at 50 per cent of Its full week for their home in Franklin, the construction of the car you buy. No matter -

+ Indebtedness and the stopping! of .-the home owner and voter-Is value or $500. 50 mills would j LLH.._ >.
?--ii-rrn what
/f leaks and abuses-of extrava- seldom hoard l In the uproar, even produce $25 In taxes from his real I PaDr.. and Mrs. Bruce Gamble left I driving condition you' face, your

gance and of carelessness In the when he can get someone to do estate. The man with the stockof Saturday for their summer homein General Motors car is equal to it. You have

handling of public funds. AVe his roaring for him Owning no goods or the herd of cattle gets Meadville, Pa. the winner

't ? may be paying too much for certain newspapers he must listen to the probably a lesser amount of benefit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer left : .

9 services. It so, U should be advice of those who do. If he does and service from government, the Heights Friday for Meadville, I

r'' looked Into. Economy is something raise his voice he's told not to /so let's value his property at 25 .

; 1 else again. Economy can only goBO tinker with taxes, but to pay them per tent or $250, 50 mills would Pa.Mr.. and Mrs. C. II. Clark, Mr.

far in reducing taxes. Fixed expenditures keep still. He's also told that any produce $12.50 In taxes from him. and Mrs. W. H. Ogden and Misses 0

and obligations: must new tax bill\ will fall buck on the New we come to the man with se- Arneeta and Helen Ogden spent

be met with cash. For example- property owners anyway. AVe admit curities who can successfullyprove Thursday In Jacksonville. LC/

' casual figuring will show you that that too. We admit that it to you that the police forceis !Mr. I). E. Pangborn returned -=>: .
y i if every officer of the State gov- will fall back on the same people the only benefit he gets. True, from week's stay in -
Saturday a -- -- ...... .'
ernment, every board or commission -the home owners and votersas but the other elementvalueIsthere Georgia.Mr. '- T
I' from taxes, and It always' does BUT In let's value his 2J: : r-
paid every a different so propertyat and Mrs. Clyde Pangborn
circuit court judge worked for form. You never miss the 10 per cent or $100, 50 mills\ and Mrs. Emma Gelvin left for

l nothing next year, 1 It would only 5 cent per gallon you pay on the would produce $5.00 in taxes from the north Saturday. .i1l ,. V./

reduce the average taxpayer's bill gasoline you use In your car, but h'm! We submit .that as a fair Mi. Ray Lawrence arrived inkeystone 1--- .-=-=; ----j\::;; /' .

V by about! two dollars and a quarter I if the state were to add ur) all-- proposltton. Sunday for a_ two .weeks. --,--- -",-- n. ....,.. \"

6t,., FM1 \ nickels and present you w'It.. a BUT: while; opinion as .to the vacation with his family Mr. ;;..-- r \
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Can anyone remember when peo- bill for the total amount at the value of real estate or stocks of Lawrence Is connected with the "

|- pie didn't complain about paying end of the year It would break I goods or herds of cattle, may In South CarolIna!' state highway de- -

t increased taxes, or when candidates your heart and your pocketbooktoo. reason vary, and justify our as- partment. I I Dr,,"';,,from ftotn ,rafh ,Jan tnJuranatettan 7"l' 7-

for office did not promise reductions Any tax collector will tell passing practice, we could hardly Representative J. Edwin Larson Central"'loIDrs'4'+nl, /

? t ? Some students of the you that the best tax Is the tax stretch! the imagination to the spent the week-end with his family track thlaryitn tin "'orlJ.U .

f t d subject have come to the conclusion which affects the largest number point of appraising the $1,000 In in Keystone Heights.Mr. .

? that the steady increase in and which is the most painless to gilt-edge securities at anythingless and Mrs. J. H. Lawrence ar-

taxes can never be stemmed, Inas extract. than par, much less 10 per rived home Sunday. from Winter U "A car icr and Imrbose"ClltVROlET.
+ i Ymuch as the desire for more public Itnllrf for Real Estate. It shouldbe cent. So to get around that and Park where they visited Mrs. Law- every purse .

services and more public Improvements obvious to those of you who still do justice the people of Florida rence's sister. .7 model$523-$723. OAKLAND.Smodol..J1U3-Jl73. V

outweighs the desire read the excellent detailed report passed a constitutional amend- i 'bur and Mrs. James Houser, Jr. A Smooch six In, powerful the puce 6-cylindcr range of the valvc-in-four. New Oakland All American Six. Distinctively combinations-type" S-cyllndennaine.I in beautiful Sinking Bodies color b

,, t, for lower taxes and while the abolishing which was handed to you yester- ment in 1924 which gave you gen of Jacksonville, spent the week- head engine. Beautiful new Fisher original. appearance Splendidperformance Fisher. y

t' of what are called useless day by Governor Carlton, that tlemen the right to lower RATEon end with Mr. Ilouser's parents, Bodies. Also Light; delivery chassis. Attractive. colon.Luxurious Bodies appointments CADILLAC.J3 models$H93-$7000.

"lZ public services" Is often favored there Is a crying need for relievIng such tangible{ evidential !VIr. and Mrs. f. H. Houser. Sedan delivery model. Hi ton chasm. VIKING. 3 models. by Fisher. The Standard cf the world. Famous efficient
$1191.
? ( as a public Idea, It usually falls real estate, which is rapidly wealth to 5 mills.\ All rl/tht- The n'naf B'rith of the Univer- and Hi tonchaariswishcabboth with Motors'new-eiahl-a.medium\/ General price. 8-cyimder, 90-degree V-type engine
four
to carry through in practice, because losing Its ability to pay or be levied how does it work? Five mills\ on sity held their annual banquet at speeds forward.PONTIAC. 90-degre V-type engine Striking Fleetwood. Luxurious Bodies by fisher and

of Interests Injured or political against further. Nearly onefourthof $1,000 (or 100 per cent) produces the Inn Friday evening, followed / 7 models. $743-$89'. Eddies by Fuher. Unusual appoint and upholstery Extensive combinations.range of color

y" personalities opposed the entire taxable acreage Is $5,00 taxes-the very "game" by a dance at the pavilion. The Now offers "big six"motoring luxury ments.Three years spent in its development -
k ; Remove State levy Here we now oft the tax books for non-pay amount as if we valued the $1,000at I Sigma Alpha Epl lon also held ar low cost Larger L.head engine,larger and Ie... (All Prices( o.b.Factories)

have in Florida 35 million acres, ment of taxes. That report show- 10 per cent and used the 50 I, their banquet at the Inn on Satur- and Bodies stylish by Fuher.hoe.OLDSMOBILE.7. New attractive" colors The BUICK.Silver, 19 models.. $1193-JJNS. ALSOFRIGIDAIREAutomatic
t ,; f and only a million and a quarter ed that real estate books for non mill\ rate. Anniversary Buick. Threewheelbases Refrigerator.

population. Our problem is to get payment of taxes. That report California. Is right now making day.The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. models. 1873- Masterpiece from Bodies its by to Fuher."128 Inches.More device.New silent Til-tone models with cold.control

more population and hence more showed that real estate l 1'1 paying publicity out of the fact that she leld a three-day convention at f 1033.The fine Car at Low Price New powerful,vibnitionless, motor Comfortand model cabinets Price and
range to suit
1& prosperity Florida's best chance 588 per cent more taxes than per- Is to be the haven of retired cap- last models offer further refinements, mechanically luxury in every mile.LASAU.E. every family
& Keystone Heights week. DEL
and O-LIGRT
for securing population and prosperity sonal property. There you have ital, now that the legislature pass in the Fisher Bodies- H models$2293-$2873. Electric Planl.II ,-
rk Mr Harold R. Lawrence gave yet at reduced prices.. Also new Special Water S>'stems.. Provide all electrical
is through agricultural development the reason for the hullabaloo over ed a law a few weeks ago, which his many friends a very pleasant and De Luxe models lines Companion car to Cadillac.Continental! conveniences, and labor.saving devices

or development of Industry the: tax situation. It's NOT that. levies a small millage on securities surprise when he arrived in Keystone Distmctiveippcarance 90-diiiree for the farm
based of the tax total in Florida Is and suchas Mi General Malon products .
on some product too high intangible property, Saturday afternoon. Mr. may be bought on the luw-cosc CMACT; Payment Plan
the soil. We believe her chance but that real estate Is paying too we have the opportunity to do Lawrence made short
a very visit
I and her opportunity Is being retarded large a share of the expense of here In Florida In this session of
leaving Sunday for Darlen Ga.,
right now for a very practical government. When we consider the legislature. The Governor of where he Is at present located with GENERAL MOTORS

u; reason. Prospective settlers i' our advantages and services and California. said that he expectedthat the American Telegraph and Tele-

m ; laymen In tax matters-are be- benefits purchased with our tax'expenditures $700,000,000 worth of securi phone Company.Mr. .

l t tag frightened away, not by our and compare them with ties would be brought to this state and Mrs. Dedos Gravelleand If'""":- "z3

+ i tax total but by the high mlllage what tax. money buys In other ,I by retired people because of this daughter Louise the C:>" .? TUNEJNTCencral Motors Family Party.
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were every Monday
8 30 P.
in counties brought about depressed parts of the with law. California 4 : M. (Easter Standard
| by country greater i quit playing ostrich fib Time
of Mr. )
guests and Mrs. W. II, Ogden EAF.nd 37 .
}= 4f : valuations. We think that population, It is plain that our total but we still have people who Saturday on their way north ,'11" Clip .. assocutedradiostationsCM

lit valuations were increased and |Is not too high. want to hang on to the hypocrisy from Miami Beach Alo....._,n. t.:, &Ind rhe _Jf! C UpON 4 _
f mlllage reduced it will help Flor- AVe made from an official report of a $100 tax on such propertyand I .o'tJo"1 v "JiJ'VRo. .. _
4 Howard Lawrence left Sundayfor : IIl:
Uda attract the population she a compilation of the final adjusted then nullify it absolutely by Jacksonville, where he has accepted : fttt. :: ;?:: q'ulgP"..-r :::", 1. ZXl':.:; "kg OfONTMC0lDSWOBts"T Q VlKl _.
Iwants. We nee no other way to j tax rates of the thirty citiesIn an assessing practice which assesses ..... Clae.clr. jy p a:;'&ZZZ2r/ / o
a position with the American '
1 ( carry this out except by remov- the southeast of over 30,000( it not at all. AVe already have Sftj. Q BUlClC
Telegraph and Telephone Co. Iou.
Name ,
;, 1 llng the cause of depressed valuation population, and found to our as- court decisions in this state which __ Q AKtAND Q La ALL
which is the state ad valorem on lament that St. Petersburg was point the way to a complete break. Charlie's Bakery opened two I $

' ,':;f levy or general property, substituting 21st lowest, with a tax: rate, Including ing down la the ostrich system. ranch stores in Jacksonville re- Ad"Q- F"ds....,A.,. Q CAJIl1.AC I

P r therefor, some other source state and county of $16.24 I It bank stock should not be taxed cently. ... __ 0 Drlp.L -1#R./'i"nora .
0 -
;; lot revenue to the state. Substi- per thousand or $1.62 per hun where other like property is not Brooks Scanlon Corporation will q .. perJ EI,,, Pawn

t 1 lute revenue sources have been dred, Miami was even lower beIng so taxed why should real estate operate \V'tertown saw mill of 1a and l'L- :

;, suggested to us as the tax on in- 24th, with a rate of $15.55, pay, when other property of the East Coast Lumber Co. .. 0 Ii

4t' tangibles; sale tax on other commodities while out of the thirty cities, same value does. The people of Jacksonville Improvement of W"'Jjst""

besides gasoline, or a ranked from highest to lowest in Florida gave as their reason for Boone Park under consideration. ------.s I.s


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FRlP.\Y. nnADFonn COUNTY TEiEonArn. STAHKE. nxmrnt PAOE THUET5V
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'''-- K. K. K. Attends ter. Miss Wilma and brother, Wm-I ganlzatlon I I Mr Richard's 'bs-; Indication( of bettor business con. Miami Immediate completion I ': ,
Jones visited the home ,
of their sis '
I ness ranked !85th. It was stated dltions--Palatka Dally News' of more than 20 miles ;
; to. Florida in Short Paragraph ter, Mrs. Carlisle Dupiils last Sun "I
Hampton Church I day Since Mr\ Richard's territory covers along canal banks In '<;\' I .>

I Mrs J. I. Tucker" and non. Monroe only Palatka and Putnam Masonic Temple being erected will ba undertaken by Dade Coun:1::1

Hampton, May :tt.-Last Sunday ,I Marshall, are visiting Tucker: Mrs of Macon.Tucker's Gn son, county the showing la taken as. an -.it Lake City. ...ty..!Highway!. Department? _( t \

rvon'ng! 'the Knights of the Ku j The revival services that lia\c I I IM

Live State News Klux Klan. about forty in number bnen conducted by Rev. Brown ,...........:......- ilJl,,

carrying a fiery cross and a state evangelist, and Rev Dlxon. I -- tr\. !\:
pastor of the First'I Christian .
United States :1:1nis :
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flag came marching I :
church here
were a marked
success. .

: TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES into church the was Christian crowded church.and the The last greatly. The revived church but was there not were only r 1 {
Red
service of a series of revival meetIngs eleven additions to ItMr Tag j : ; ;
was In -
j progress. These honorable \ Chan Heath assl.stnnt ttlg- I
-------'-------,----,-_..:- Cod-loving and Clod-fearing' nal malntalner left last Monday J
- people were greeted and welcomed\ for Lutz Mr. Heath i i
has
I ,mipa-The Hlllsborough counn i ties here today to thwart the by Ilev. Brown, state evangelist' many friends( while here who made regretted I i. YOUR PROTECTION I

,i.inmjssion: adopted resolutldisin spiead of Infantile paralysis The and Itev. Dixon junior of the ; to learn that he was tiuns- ,

';,d'y: tavoilng passage of a law number of coses In [Jenn<] nnd Christian church. They presented ferred to other quarters. I ..
to the church\ a nice sum of Mrs. P. 1). Hunt
ot Candy bridge Its vicinity not announced. was a business
i IIP purchase was ,
tin" $38.40
to be
used aa missions, after visitor to Starke last \ ,
lhunklng, Interests and bond Pupils in the white schools up which they announced by a _Monday_ ,,

uniiinlps' under 30-year 7 per to I the tenth grade were dismissed menus of letter their creed: "The .,'IHST or JTMOII 1 -.:

, ,"I.,i l>onds, with the Rtlpulated until further notice all exerlues : Ku Klux Klan Is a patriotic fraternal OPKKKTTAS:
., iiiinpnt. that the bridge/( would < connected with school activities 'oignnl/.ation committed to -- 'f.
I "me the properly of J Illllsborh were suspended. Chlldten un- I the pr nclples of God home and The first ot n set'IPS of opcrcttm" I' P7 ,

.'',_ and rinellas counties.a Children under eighteen were piohlbited country. Midsummer\ J. vC!" and "The Indimi I '. i''
from "We believe In the Fatherhood Princess"
attending public being pieparecl l h>' 7 :
II...- Palm neach-A wind plates of amusement. Authorities: of God, and I that I he created all plls of the primary and Junior high pu ;

"I! t this afternoon lovelc-d a also requested( that social gatherIngs men equal and endowed us with grades, will bo given Ion ght. ui : I II
/ be with until the right; to life liberty and thepursuit the D II, S. I I .
i.,IM! ,'i of elect r'v! light( lines here ; dispensed further of auditorium :t
. i d i put u poillon of the city In notice. "We happlneHH. In "Midsummer I3\e: ," a dollghl- ,
acknowledge Jesus Christ
11, ness throughout; the night ful children's fantasy little MHH\ |
I ::1I
!,<' wind blew with an estimated 'l'allahallsee--ThH state department an and" the have only adopted begotten his Son of God Anita Torruelln has (he leailinr( I I WHENEVER you sec the Chevrolet

Ji"imum i i velocity of 40 miles an of agriculture today went our criterion of teachings as role, with a supporting cast of that Counts" tag attached
practice.
The damage was not con- sleuthing tor "egg bootleggers." cal junevlle talent Llll'an!' 10-1 If t
I 11"111'
,lIi"I't.d" i heavy. Adlng upon advices( from a Miami be"We he bow our knees to no man, I berg Marvin Hooks and Woodrow I to the radiator; cap of a used car-

'coiicein that (jeoigln( eggs are he- bellevp priest that, king! or potentate has but Ford have feature pails In you know that It represents outstanding, ''t ,
man rightto 1
every : n "The "
Indian
Howling GI'een'h'lIt water- Ing shipped Florida in the silent worship God according to the Princess, a historical quality and value. This that :
play. I tag means \ j ji
inns of the seanon were shlpI watches of the night; and ate
in d I (1'011here today. Three cnrI placed on sale In this state a<* dictates bat of his own conscience, nnd The third of the series "Lovo the car to which it is attached has been ', I
I a right to interpret God's word Pirates i f'ti
I",.idn were shipped north by N M. "Fresh Florida eggs," the depart as best suits his own views of Haw-ail" will be given thoroughly reconditioned and checked
H. M. Brandon andV.. ment detailed one of Its inspectors next Friday night by members of ,j
I inian
"We believe In "
H Rlarkburn The vailellen were to Invest(gate. The depai'Intent, I aratlon. of church a and complete state sep-and the junior and Keillor high glee 0. K. by expert mechanics usln& i

v inori' and Stone MonntaiiiHu.ighlng \ otllrldls heie explained, has nothing will resist to any limit encronchnient clubs.under: the Kach of I the operettas are genuine parts for all replacements. If you 1.:
in particular against the direction of Mrs\ A, K, i
an aveiage of 32 | upon this principle; we filial! Wall the are in the market for a good used ''f
supervisor of car
) ,
1""l1dll., Carload shipments will ben C.eorgiu: ben except that hei contilbullon music '
I always contend for a free. church
,,idc from here for at least three to the Florida table Is with a. free state, be Admission charged tonight will come in. We. have an unusually wide selection "I!
laid that of the 10 and 2Sc. The first act begins I' '\\J JI JI
not us freshly as -
\I'< I ICH 1'lorlda" hen. I "We Btand committed to the' at 8 p. m. I of used cars taken I In trade and J
protection of the American home,,,'j I r ., {
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\\ inier u juiven, -T i\tumiiuiis>M.M.,: 'n inncmht and the chastity of our womanhood WOIIK : urv ujviv v.\.utrtjjiv& i uui jJin.v-3 uiiu ici uialow. ... ........u.....,
SI.'MOK
1 charges on export shlpH i Ja'ksonvllle--e palring of ever I believing that the home is 1'1.III'C'X: ; values Come in today t ttnzH
Florida citrus totaling I the o\vnei-H of nine auto of outstanding J
',"H' :>it-. through; one of the most sacred Institutions t'
i 'mpa and Jacksonville\ amount- mobiles which his depaitment bad which God bus created and Is the The first practices of the 192) !)

mi; to about $60 a cur have been I btveral' months ago pit kcd up rockbed of our civilization, We The senior play was held this week -* x.
11I,1.11' by the Seaboard Air Line along the roadside! in Duvul county believe that In the typical Christ play selected for th's: yeur Is j
', the sheriff of that county Sutui a three net comedy drama "Dum jI
t
i 1.1 i 'Iruad The action wan taken ian American home where every I "
i \ the railroad to help the state .ddy held an auction sale uiul disposed tumily has a right to net up Its my. Claudia Gllchrlst is the
of the entire lot for an aggregate damatlc director. : finKOI.IT: : (rotpi; ,11:1: >>> riii\uoLiT. : : ito\n-
u, the present shipping emergencyi own altai, and to worship God according .1'
i uised by the Meclltenanean fruit ; piice of $145 One car to their own dictations lies IIO.NOK IU>M" 7'I'll :.MONTH In good condition, G good; tlivs!! HP III 1 "::0:'
H\ I brought us much as $CO, while another .the secret to our greatness. a real bargain '
sold as low as $5. The auction "We stand for our country first, Low first- 1;
Panama City-It took Just 30 was held at the county court last and all the time; we honor its Rltch, Florence: Ralph Mere Rhodes Tommy \\1111\11 O. K. 'Hint (Count III flrHt class condition ; the kind :
Margaret
erau,
for house and the nine cars biought flag for what It has meant to the j
this morning
early a '
in i mi ten Pearce, Jock "
Halle. L. that will A
pI.ftoe of $16 eac h. The K. please you. bargain :,
an
MIIV la circuit court here to uciiult aveiuge world.Ve cherish the memory Moselev l1aryVllIlams.. 1\IIss\ n>:2!" in'iriv SID\\: :; ,.
Mrs. Johnnie Word 55 of a sheriff hud( been endeavor1! for of thoHe who have given their lives Olive Ray, teacher, AMlli An O. K. Thai ('onHIM' .'.
iliorge ot murder In connection months to establish ownership of to defend its flaK Low 2nd A nnd lilt B Runs and I I looks 1 like new. The ) "
: Betty "i!
with the death of her husband BO me of the. machines.. "The constitution and flag;, of Lee Krtine, Kdwnnl( Raymond price" is right .,""

!the Rev, J. P. Word retired Presterlan Carl I on our country adorn the altar ot 0111'Klavel'ng. Marvin Grim!, 1 Kla'ne Kd: words. With An O. K. 'Ihut f'uunllt III-J7: rolil C'o.U'1i ff
I:" minister. Mrs.\ Word re- TallahasseeGovernor and each and every Miss\ Fredrlka Strnth teacher.

.it'tved, the verdict calmly, Seated said tonight he had no statement member of this great organization First grade A and B: Jewett ';
beside" her when the Jury returned to make regarding a report that obligates themselves to defend Fogg Margaret\ Hlgglnhntham. tt>:2ii nnIOMT; : ('ol'I'''; III good (condition with small 1
James }>'. Bickers kidnapped. St. and piotect the constitution and A '
Its verdict were her two daugh-; Juanlta Barefoot, :
fer- Percy Thomas, Good rubber and runs good. mileage, Cheap
"leis by a former marriage I Petersburg attorney hud ('on flae of our country, j Kmmett PQrryman. Mrs.\ Hitch \
led with him here after the abduction "\Ve believe that the best way to tEIIChp ', CoiinlM ,
; Withn O. K. Hint WI.h11. O. I'. Unit Counts t ( 1
That regarding of the lawyer recently repeal any law which might not Third
Plant City- news gradeBilly: Powell, .
Plant City's bumper slrawbern Bickers Is. believed to have been be for the best Interests of ouri Frances Lee Peek. Bessie Varneu.Mlsn "; '

,n' of the last season has genmally kidnaped by members of an underworld i 'on n try, la to rigidly enforce same, \ Madge Mlddleton teacher. ,; 1\\" I..
the la Indicated gang, after his activities and we demand of all citizens! of Fourth 3 "II' :
permeated country I grade-: W. Anderson :
by Inquiries received by against u number of alleged confidence this country while such law Isupon J.... Bertie Mae Word, Virginia!: Alvarez Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company :
men Ho was severely our statute books to obey its ,
the 1'ast: IlllUborough county Edward Bagwell, Kdna: McKlnney \ :-
chamber of commerce for Information beaten by the kidnapers. "I have mandates Mary Louise Mast, Martha m-tl r'
about strawberry lands and no statement to make regarding "We ns Ameiitan citizens! will Made, Don Sllllev MHS\ | Gus J "
eroding and marketing of the the mutter." was the governor'sanswer oppowe, any sect or creed who attempts ale Mae Dennett teacher :
Starke Florida
I'l"Op. otnclals of the organization to the question ot whether in any way to lay hands Fifth grades Grace Andreu.Vonda \\I''
announced he had seen Bickers upon the institutions. of our coun Inman. Lillian Sternberg '

< try.Ve blleve In the free public Fannie Silcox, Carmen Toole, Dorothy ,.. If ,

Wellt t Palm Beach-Small craft Foit Lauderclale\n ancient school system and call upon our White 1 IClalne< Wynn. Lois r 1. "
anchored In Luke Woith between vaudeville wisecrack has been Jus- people everywhere to rally to its Judd J. L, Morgan Paul Mast

Palm Beach and West Palm Bench tltied. Lit Ilia Honey negresa: has support Sixth grade; : Aln'a'! Andrews, J ; i I
suffered. damage during a stiff gale been arrested for "fragrancy" A "The principles above enumerated \Donald McRae\ Helen Merxereau asEMCBwtfj*":s<;w t-* ***)*.* .** ;-"* < V'J Vii ftivsr:: j ;

white tesldent ot the apartment we stand committed to defend !Myra Filnk, Myrna j the -
that blew In from sea yeslel'day -
afernoon and last night Sev- house where Lithla was employed and our very life's blood is Snyder, Martha Powell, Annie : .. .. . .. .. ;;.
.nv.
. :
'ial yachts and houseboats were missed a small ph:al of attar ot pledged to that end. and shall not !Murrhee Alma Thornton Mildred TVTTTTTTTTTTTyVVTTTVTTVTTVTTTTAnnouncing ", fit ,
valued at $15 and be pledged in vain
beached and damaged. One houseboat roses! perfume OrilllH Louise Kite Miss' Minnie
her suspicions were dlrecledto- -The Ku Klux 1<18n." Uruber, teacher,
tied to the municipal pier
here was wrecked and a cabin waid the maid when she appeared Seventh grade; : Lois Adklns, i !
nualer sank Ships off the const for work surrounded by an aura Mrs Paul Montgomery; and Bunn'e! Canova S. R. Johns Lois I a NEW Free Service I.j:

battled a heavy sea and make littli ot sweet scent. Chief ot Police sister, Mrs. Chas. Carter, of Jacksonville Long, Sinclair Peek Marguerite
Ilertleln "followed his were the guests of Mrs
progress during!: the storm. J. P. A. Prevail. Lulu Redgrave Marjorie
nose" to Ltthla's house and ferret Frank Johnson last Sunday. Stump Dorothy Swanbom.Graftou .

Jacksonville A small twister ed out the missing bottle from a Mrs. C. L. May entertained the Cooper, John Inman to Motorists
struck Jacksonville- Heights torn dresser drawer Lithla and her ladles' council of t the Christian Mary Brownlee Lucille Kdwards, i\\

', and InjurIng rosy scent were put in the municipal church Wednesday evening from Inn Forsyth, Hope Haynes, Louise ; .
) killing one man
bastile. three to four. A very interesting Marcotte.
more than a dozen persons be- program was rendered and delicIous Ninth grade: Patsy Brlnson. THE : "
lore out through Ortega; ,
blowing !:
another suburb. Matt Hoefer, 55, DeLand-Trial of Arthur Shaw cake and fruit punch was Tenth grade: Guy Andrews, Mil .", .'
charged with murder in the first served at the conclusion. ton Brownlee Louis Hill, Jr. Gary
was killed when the tornado picked Crabill near M>'. and \Mrs. Wm. Kammerer, Overstreet Muriel Sllcox, Rachael
n. (
It ina degree ot ]Dr. Roy ,
up his house and dropped STANDARD OIL ';
of Philadelphia who have been
'
damage hero on April 11, was begun In SIlcox. Bill Wa'nwrlght.Kleventh .
nearby field. Property "
the guests of friends and relatives ;
court here yesterday. According grade: Lester Spon- &&I
The circuit
estimated at about $7500. :
was )
here for four months I .
returned to
witnesses stories holtz, Louise Hayesh Eva Marcotte, ; "
storm cut a path about two miles to eye families went their home last Friday. They were Edna Stansbury. :
1
members of the two ,1,1SEllVICE
long and 400 wide. TOURING
accompanied by their niece. Miss Twelfth grade Nolan
for a day's outing In a wagon. An : Canova
when Cra bill is Marion Jones who will spend the William Duncan Elmer McMillan
Bartow-A directed verdict for argument have arose remonstrated with summer months with them Dorothy Sapp, Ruth Sternberg, ..1
the defendant was returned In tlr- said to attempting to force the Mrs, Louise Watson of South- Edna Strickland. 1 '
< ult court here today in the suit Shaw for the vehicle, to hill, Va, is visiting her mother, :
for $25,000 damages brought; by horse hitched to embankment Mrs Emma Bishop. Showing upward trend of local !

!Mrs Nettle M. Urlnson ot Tampa draw It up died a steep from a gunshot I Miss Lois Thomas of Macou, Ga., business conditions, II. C. Richard, : .,i': '

aguinHt the city of Mulberry The wound Crabill that fractured his skull it is vlHttlng her cousin, Annie Laura Putnam county representative of i"I',
case grew out of the death of Mrs. Tucker. \ !
stated and Shaw who was reported the New York Life Insurance company
Urlnsor's husband two years ago; was numerous Mrs. A. A. Futch and daughter, -'', It''
have given has been listed the :
when his car plunged from a Mulberry to claimed Miss Lois of Leesburg. who have among I Ir
versions of the shooting, 100 leading writers of the
street Into an abandoned been the guests of friends and relatives month I
phosphate pool bordering the h'gh-! self-defense.. has returned to her home. 'of March in competition with more .f j I

wa)'. 111'11.V.. B Alexander and daugh than 10.000 field men of the orG ,,(.. t
Sanford Florida, which In re-
100 rent years has demonstrated the -: ,.. ) ;
Lake Worth-More than ,
(
delegates from American Legion; agricultural feasibility of products ctmnlng has numerous added !> ,.(" : ''I:
(osts of the nfth Florida district canned I
with
met here today in their annual one more to the list at Bun- "; !. ,
A factory
spring; conference. ]Discussion of Irish potatoes t.
relief nell, In the heart ot the potato 'Ii
American Legion disaster Florida: Is turning'out 250 !jl
of
units, already formed by a num- belt 7II
.
and making preparations
day I
featured capes a
her
of posts in the state that output to
the session. Members of the I.e- to Increase '- '
demand
(,ion auxiliary alRo convened here .nnplv an advocated unlooked for for some time* MOTORISTS throughout Ihe South win Then lo make your trip a. economical and I ,

A Joint. dinner closed the two sessions. Though no satisfactory method of canning lie interested In the announcement of the new s..* free from trouble on posnihle, fill your lank '.

Irish potatoes has been evolved Standard Oil Touring Servicea service organ with CHOWN ETim. OVSOLI.NE-the "
effort was molol''J'
until now The present
Stuart Indications that the the result ot months of experimentation ised la help you in planning any motor trl|>"you fuel maximum mllfa f, anil your cranlcanewith 'f 'J .

Mediterranean:Martin county fru.t:was fly found had reaclid yes-- by D. W. Tungate of California. ""'-= v may dell ire to make, anil ansUt" you. In selecting/ "STAMMKD" :MOTOU\ OIL-tha quality .{ I ,f

'crdaj' In, a grapefruit In the .. the Itctl tltortett or mail trenlc route* through lubricant that prevent friction anil 'el\l'\ }; I ,;
.
*tock at a local grocery; store Tampa-Passenger train service out the United State. Thin. nervlr* In. fiw.Fill \'
which was found to have been bor- to northern points 1 of Tampa
-d In exactly the same manner sent as out has been speeded up with the IN Ecrsr out coupon Leluw, or drop a liae to tlanilartl-not down lo a price! They are product J 1 I
''hat shown In photographs;
schedules for several Ji! '
here by the state department oftgrlculture. changing of trains with the -- .. : : Standard Oil Touring Service, 426 W. Itloomfet. thai you can depend on! Their popularity

. ; An abundance found of crack result year-around that It Is now possible to KI L.L.M-File*- fo"'J1dtn.n...ul!*vill.! ., Ky., stating destination and you (they're the br.tivllrt year in antI year out],
larva was said to have been Jacksonville \I'.I..hugII-Cric..t"; anol l oliirr ..
to ln .
from here : ectJPru
travel many ho with and their worth. S iM
lthln.. Immediately supplied mops up.rove.* by Standard Oil ser lcelations -
the
'n It ye hours and 45 minutes */or tdutMtontt, ......Ift. fitc*__rticlt &Co., u" ,,_..1014.U.w .
fastest time yet to be made by a lo-dalr,authentic Information on, the hot route. and dealer* throughout the South.
Key West-Congressman M. Alfred train on Its regular; running schedule
Mlchaleson! of the seventh Illinois This speed is made by the

district, Chicago, tonight was Southern States special operated STANDARD OILCOMPANY
believed to be en route here to by the Seaboard AirLine railway, I

itand trial on charges of prohibition and leaving' Tampa at 1 : 15 p. m. INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY: !,1
law violations- dur'ng! the six- special carries through cars "
day court beginning ; The and : r------------------- ,;,
term of federal Philadelphia t
tomorrow. Congressman Washington, has direct connections Planning a Motor !Standard. Oil Touring Service, ,}2AV'.Illmtm St., LouIavUIe.,Ky. ",( I'! t
York, and '
Mlchaelson previously had de- New with the Sky- I I ttoulil like you t-t tend me detailed route t.f"
at Jacksonville I
' ared that he was Innocent of the land Special to Ashevllle and other Trip ? I from I ': 'l'tI': ;[
.
harges and that he would leave North Carolina resort cities, as I to l I.! t
hili in Washing with westbound i
legislative affair well as connecting which i* la liaJurnUHe ton to be present in court when trains lct us rou 1(9 it I I 1\\,

hla case la called in court before Name.AddrrM. t ,I

Judge Halatead L.. RItter. of Miami Stuart-32 carloads': produce _--".,_will _, 75c tad"1.25.GwoppI -_ for you :. :> I It, .r I IA 't

who will occupy the bench.DeLand shlped from Martin county to .- ,"-1>7 '_1 r_ fW4 _soc 2Jc )0c ud HJ09Gua I t '
during Feb .. .... City Slate -'
--A virtual quarantine northern markets I -2iiTU >. ... ..................... .... ........ .. ................. ..... .. _ _ _ _ ;

was Issued by city health author-! ruary. ... ..A.A... '




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mi" PAY. MAV 10, ,
'..jY 4y: PACK: root BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. MTARKE. FLORID urn
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brown buckle. Sun tan shade s} : OF TIIK: I1APTIST -- - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---
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were used In her other ac'eKsorletand s M. L'.
she wore a corsage!: of sweet I II

j I In art roses intermingled with val,: I A union meeting of the* circler! II I

ocictrA1IISC'a I I Ipy J Illes.I of the Baptist W M S,, will be

: | Following the ceremony a buffe!l held< at the home of MIH O W. I g

supper was served and later in th! Alderman next Monday at 311.t ::\ I
I evening Dr. and Mrs Kincalct lei' The ladles are planning to finish I

by motor for a wedding trip t.) the living room at the paslorlum "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"SPECIALS "'

I Washington, I). C., and othe r and this meeting Is to take the
y ti, ? 1\IISC'a-\ ..\S I-C: U'S Sill 1\\'J.It: uri-d ('olanomolle of many folds points In the east. Later they wi; i form of an "expense social" (Each,; I
Jolt "iwiN "siutsor Ttllu : graduating Into an uneven hem- I I Ii
I go; to Cutlett burg to make the)r member is to give one dollar and
H.ITIt11hNLIL IIKM\MINT: line. home but will return to Florid tell how she earned It. Anyone : FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY
i
Mrs. Adkins was becomingly attired ar
I every year during the winte who is unable to attend the meetIng i
;t ? In honor of Miss Myrllce Jack: in ait ashen of roses georgette months and wishes to contribute can :

con, who Is to be wed to Mr Davl d I and lace combination I give It to one of the circle leaders.
,. Miss Gr.flln: was most attractive Mrs. Kincaid is a native Flo- (
and Miss Myr
Powell Carpenter
All who attend this church are invited -
t In a sleeveless green georgette Idan, but lived for some time I n I O* LEAN
win Jackson whose marriage o to be present also any other STREAK
Ga. before coming' t I Lb. 17cCHEESE
h'i Mr. TelfalrT. Long of Starke; will 1 I frock Albany to ke her home. She; f fa os other friends who wish to come. BACON STREAK 0' FAT -
Tampa tr
About sixty-five guests" enjoyed ,
e"? t be an interesting event of July] The three circle leaders will be i
this and attractive shower. graduate of the Illllsboroug I
Miss Ethel I unique
u t Mrs A. Z. Adkins and high school and Is a member 01 f hostesses for the occasion and an -
e;Tiffin joint hostesses at a
were Bnl UIS.II': : :('T ('(MI'LG the Tampa health education com interesting and enjoyable afternoon : )
shower last Satui :
miscellaneous CREAM ;
"$ the home of Mrs VENTED: mlttee of the Y. W. C. A. She 1 Ii in anticipated. Pound 29c
R day afternoon at sf
.. I -
r popular with a large circle 01 r.5L -- : FULL
Adklns :'oi,'. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg en- friends in Tampa and, although 1 TIU'ut'STUr.n.: .:TI<)S I ,
1 the the ortalned at Wednesday I I, '
On entering HUH root bridge her engagement was not formally) .
;r guests were graciously reived by evening, at their name, complimentary announced was the honor guest t The Trl-Countv Federation of
4: Mrs. Adklnn. who clira.:ted each to' to Miss Myrwln Jackson,, I I BEST
with the
te' at a number of pre-nupllal parties Woman's club will meet
;
,; receive punch, which was beim M'BR Myrtice Jackson and Miss Dr KIncald is pant presiden Woman's Club of Starke M'xy 10that LARD .COMPOUND r. 2 Lbs. 25c
served by Misses Annie Mae Pearce Margaret Long, brideselect.A .
:Med .
"" t and councilor of the Kentury clubhouse\ at 2 o'clock.Mrs. I ,
and Miss Hazel Adklns.;the punch profusion of beautiful garden kILl association and a delegate to A C. Strickland of Lake I III
bowl being cleverly hidden from flowers consisting of !Easier lilies,, the American Medical association Butler, president of the Trl-Coun- I I III

view by a profusion of fern and roses, /gladioli, and sweet peas. lie Is a past president of the Central ty Federation, which includes the' '

f'I; shasta daisies i were effectively arranged in the Trl-State:: Medical association clubs of Lawtey, Lake Butler. Mao- RICElfoL 5 pounds 25c
t 'i The entire lower floor was open living room and solarium where a former member of the Kentucky denny Lake City and Starke, will \ Gram I ,
eil en suite, where) quantities ot five tables were placed for play this at which
state board of health, and a past preside> at meeting I
1'
Easter lilies! dahlias and gladioli Stores were kept on tallies representing president of the Kiwanis < lut>. He time election: for officers for the ,

were attractively placed. brides and when added has spent a number of winters liSt next year will be in order. After
lrjk4 Miss ]Ethel Orlfnn next received at the conclusion, of the games the business session refreshmentswill BEST
Petersburg;, and has spent the .1 SUGAR -10 Pounds 52c
i the guests: who In turn, were presented prizes were awarded to Miss Ethel I past three winters In Bradenton be served by Starke executive -, - -- GRANULATED -
Griffin and Mr. Telfalr Long holders ,
"Twin Stars" of the
,r to the where he has a winter home. board to visitors present I
matrimonial flrmament, who were of high score and to Miss Min .
Out of town guests at the wed I -
Heated either side of a large nie Gruber and Mr. Frank Car pento. -
on ding were Mr. and Mrs. Paul East- 1TESJI.XIHIIT BlUUiII: I
I I'I
44k crescent, with cumulus clouds and .'. holders of low score. The hon- ham, of Ashland, Ky., and the i M'Jl ;MEETS: i: j CUTLER .
R silver stars to form a most attractive or guests each received a lingerie bride's sister, Mrs. O. L. Heasley, I 1 PEACHES Large Size Can 19c
set memento of the occasion. BRAND
r background This scene as a
s., of Starke.-Tampa Daily Times, A profusion of spring flowers,
Fruit salad sandwiches and ice
was further enhanced by the soft May 1st. consisting of lilies gladioli, roses, I
glow of candle light; the candles tea was served the guests. The shasta. daisies and nasturtiums )
; ,q4- being placed In candelabra on favor on each plate was a mlna '
s OI'mUTT.TO: IIn;; GIVEN; were attractively arranged in the
_ .#,;yl taborets at either side of the ture wedding bell. home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z Ad- LOUDSPEAKER
brides-to-be. Those Invited were Miss Myrtice i'itn/.\v KVIM.N: i r -12pounds,49c
kins Tuesday evening, when they FLOUR
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Jackson, Miss Myrwln Jackson,
Having greeted; the "Stars" Mrs. entertained a few friends and' '
Miss Margaret Long, Miss Ethel On Friday evening: at the Bradford -
Herbert Hitch and Miss Minnie members of their bridge club. i 24 95c :
i
? Gruber, ushered the guests Into a Griffin, Miss Florence Matthews, County High School auditorIum Following several Interesting pounds
"terrestrial" star content, which Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Minnie two operettas, under the direction I ,
i for the I
games, high prizes evening
proved to consist of more stars Gruber, Miss Claudia Gllchrlst of Mrs. A. K Wall, teacher were awarded to Mr J. C. ,
f This was quite Interesting and to Mru. H. C Hitch, Mrs H C. Wall, of public school music, with Robinson and Mrs. H C Wall )

Miss Fredrlka Struth, the ] 'Ize off Mr. Powell Carpenter. Mr. Telfalr Mrs. Cornelia Long, accompanist during the play toasted II''I LARGE
two tickets to the Florida Theatre Long Dr B S. Carrol, Mr. Frank will be presented. pecans
were served! on the tables.
i In Jacksonville, was awarded, for Carpenter Dr. H B. McLemlon, The delightful program: which !
Shrimp salad, sandwiches, pick- POTATOES : !
{ successful! answering the names Mi L. Vlnlng, Mr. Carl Johns Mr. Is to be rendered Is as follows: left and orangeade was served [: 1iIfYIOPounds,19c,
1 byl I
to the p'cturjs! of fifteen stars. r C. Wall and Mr H. C. Hitch "Midsummer Kve'by' Harry C. the hostess to the guests,
t ,
musicale
Eldridge A fairy playAct I '
Mr/ O. L. Beasley then directed were: Mr. and Mrs J. W Andrews ,[
-i 1 -A wood at night I
) the guests to be seated, while the IXECTTn'aUO.IlH: : 01" Act II.--Court of the Fairy Jr., Dr. and Mrs E. L. i i
'
following program was beautifully \\OM\VS n.ni )11-:1':1'S: : Biggs, Mr and Mrs. F. F" Stump, I

r ; rendered: Queen Cast of characters: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoblnosn. Mrs. I WE CARRY FULL LINE FR ESH CANNED GOODS !
3 Vocal solo, "Star Eyes": (Oley Mrs G. M. Inman entertained Dorothy-Anita Torruella. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. ,J. Jo;. Corpen-I i

Speaks) by i. '3 i Mildred Gill. members of the executive board of Queen Mat-Elaine Wynn. :ng; and Mrs. II C. Wall II i, :,
.matrimonial parodyon the Woman's Club her home I
Heading, a at on 'I'
Herald-Junior Adkins. I u. >. C', )IEI'TS.: --'- -- - -
Kipling's "If", Miss Minnie! Wednesday afternoon of last week, Page-Jack Haile ',,
P Cruber A letter as follows was sent to be .
Spirit of Dawn-Dorothy Sapp -- ------ -- - -- ---- -- -- --- ----- --- --------- --
Vocal solo "When Love Is read at the mass meeting held at L'He-j.: larkspur and other gar- .
Kind", (Thomas Moore) Miss the court house Thursday morn- Arbetus--Uuth Fairies Wyman den Powers were effectively used ,, Pa)tona Ileach- $150.000 I
Flower
Mildred Gill. Ing: Maude for decorations by the Misses Mvr- : ill(nee! will be built here soon
"Indian Princess" by
( At the close of Miss GUI's last "That the Woman's Club of 'allace.-A Historical Play. tine and Myrwln Jackson on Monday -j rl

lovely solo, a door opened a cool Starke' stands united( to assist the Shore evening, when they enterttalnd II
I
Act. Virginia
DIE. II. S. CARROLL
breeze: way felt a rustle of skirts county commissioners and the II. of Powhatan. member of the D. N. ('. ('Iuh. I
Act -Camp
;
} was heard, and In came "The Ladyof ,herlft's deputies In any way that r'aat of characters: : Sewing and conservation was d 1 rv Dentist I
v the Moon", who proved to bi may be necessary to keep the John SmIth-Marvin Rooks. enjoyed by the young ladies at the K Over Corpening's Drug Ston

none other than dainty Mrs. Luther Mediterranean fly from entertlng Capt.! Jerry-Tommy Cason merry and Informal affair Thou) .'{:) I I
0, Pow ,II. She In turn, was followed Bradford county." Sir Henry Olney-S. H Johns Tho hostesses served an Ice HAS i t', YS LI CD 91"J Ofllc-u Hours: O to G.
by her two only attendants, Plans were made for belief! Sir Chas Compton Merrll Edward course with waffles to the following II II'f
1 rt' Vonus, (EVa Marcotte) and Jupl- .rrltlge; party. to be given at the who were present: Miss Minnie i

1'.1",, tei (Eloise Hitch, ) In star costumes clubhouse on the evening of May Powhatan-\-oodrow a. Ford! Gruber, :Miss Ethel Orlffln, Miss '
;''ill I who at the propert time Sth at 8:30: o'clock. Blanche Alderman Miss Eunice I
( "i"" Pol'llal1tall-Lllllan Sternberg.
i$}:lr'") presented the matrimonial stars, The Trl-County Federat'on will Englishmen! sal lprs, Indian:: Perkins Miss Madge Middleton. HIC first non-skid (tread ever 4 .. ---.- -'f

"ii// two blue and silver bountifully be held In Ktarke May 10th at 5 2 braves, squaws and papooses.JUNl0ltt'ENH)11 Mine Margaret Long and Miss Florence put on a tire was on a Fire

;'. laden baskets. The following: Is I o'clock) at the clubhouse All club L Matthews ; stone. From flint day to tli'.i: : Say it with Flowers I
\; the original composition of Mrs. members are urged: to attend and 4 the Firestone Tire has been

.: (!:", Powell: "Is this the place, I'm (committees asked to cooperatewith : B.\SC.Il"I.-r: ImTIIU.1'B1'Y SAt3 Is. first in faCetY-lJnd it holds all Flowers For All
.i HictissrrL: i\n\r: :
seeking? Alt, for now I see, the club to make this -
"1( ;: yes meetinga _. '1r'\ world records fur endurance
the objects of my visit are apparent success After the business see Miss Eunice, Canovo, was at it r Occasions
.J.1, to My dear. I do lion ice home of her little t speed safety, economy J rThat's
I quite me. an course was served and Moro! than forty people--upper to a number I ,
.' not marvel, that your startled, each member of the board was presented 'lassmi and teachers Bradford friends; Wednesday evening: the -i why they deliver "si .. 'H/
'! starlit eyes can only gaze: in won- a handkerchief by the hostess High gathered at the Williams ctaslon being her thirteenth l I Ibrthday. '; t i must miles per dollar. ...

?1',(,:\I conseternatlon and surprise. Mrs O. M Inman (Cafe last Friday evening for the : @z Gertrude Godbey

1.. ; 4 "A visit from the Lady of the 1929( Junior-Senior banquet. The, color scheme of pink and / /W. Andrews, ...-.-- L:'.. Anderson
1 {1' "7 Moon la surely a surprise to you, MRS, II. C. ItlTC IIKVIIKT.I.NS The Juniors, hosts to the Sen- white was carried out in all anointments. ; *

": and _I really must confess! to me : : lore and faculty, had prepared a Pink gladioli and Jr. Listen-- -Intloiuluy

Ii $ _.H Is surprising too. most enjoyable program for the shasta daisies being pleasingly arranged -' Phone 39 Waldo, Fla.
."".l "Only once it ever happens, In I Garden flowers in their: bright entertainment of the graduates. throughout the home of'' Iigfi tr

'. kf f. 'M blue blue moon 'TIs against hues were simply but effectively Miss! Lena Belle Shepard was the young hostess. I
'\'l'it' : tall law of constellation and will I arranged In the home of Mrs. H the charming toast mistress Coach Upon the arrival of the guests; .. v- --...

': } not happen soon. We hope you'll't"i C. Hitch on Thursday afternon Hay representing the faculty and fruit punch was served. Games of ____--------- --- --- -

"' r pardon this queer visit, not for when she entertained her bridge Stimuli Hooks, president< of the nil kinds! were enjoyed by this I .... .,- .."', it93181E'-'''' _. ....... ... .."....' I
\" l H i I. aught would we be rude: Butt club and u few friends senior class, were the speakers of jolly young crowd till a late hour
t f,\ ;r.I; ;when you hear my story you'll for High and low prizes were pre- the evening. when the lovely birthday cake Iced I

X11 f!, '\"!' giveif we Intrude, ..rntod( to Mrs. H C. Wall and !Mrs.J. At the close of the banquet In white with pink candles was FLORIDATheatre

\ .. "Once I had a lover. In the dear M. Davis, who were the lucky many adjourned to the Woman's cut. Ice cream, pink and while
(.(. days of long ago, the Joy and bliss scorers for the afternoon. Club building, where the Junior mints was nerved to those, present n I Is

,e.:44 \, love brought to me, only the A salad course was nerved by Glrl'lI: Club were giving a dance In There were 35 young people in-
1"", hearts of love may know. the hostess to the following players I GAINESVILLE
{'! {{,:i "From that everyday to this :

'J.jff1jit. {: love IK so precious to me. Of all Mrs. J. M. Davis, Mrs D. A. ":> : -

;, Z f the things I see on earth, lovers Montleth Mrs. J. A Saul, Mrs. II :::J IMUMIIIAMS WI.I-I': : TOM-
,,,"1tYbbb! 1 i"lift( my specialty! C. Wall, Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mrs. S. :::J vited I
'! ,, "Not long I noticed that L. Peek Mrs. Paul Cano _
.? ;I' 11- : so ago 1l and :(] MKNTl.NG: MAY 1STII:

.'.'"#1 t1,'<:iI!: .' two appeared stars on exceeding'love's horizon bright, had and '"): Miss Minnie Gruber.. ::((]] ;':/; l4 ---- I I .1 I, ,I,,1 ; ....- -. --

lt lilX\lU-IH'HUJoS: r !
1jf";! gleamed with matrimonial light, :(] -.JtJjl I MONDAYTUESDAYI'nrnnion
stars they were and most unusual -
r twin
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.;,"+ 'i< They aroused my Interest The marriage of Miss Jeanette :(] "it; ff. "

;: s'ir'.t'.('. *o that I became quite curious and Durden to Dr. J. W. Klncaid, of :(] I Kin'hi'oiil/ccl

,, t r f,. 1 simply had to know. So while fatletlsburg. Ky., was quietly aol :(] -. 1'roiluctloii
the stars are sleeping I have trav- amlnlzed last evening at a pretty :(] "e -

'", elled all the day, with only Venus ceremony taking place at the homeof :(] "T II E WOLF SONG"J.l'l'o

< :..rt' and Jupiter to keep me company the bride's parents. Mr and :(] ,
))1\, on the way We Imve bro't your Mrs. A. C burden 711 South Or- :(] : : VKlraHV: ;

,4\ :' ,;\ gifts of love and happiness without leans avenue The Rev. C. W. :(] & cooriniWEDNESDAY; :

,,,\! end and hope that to your Duke, pastor of the First Baptist {] --i 4Ajw- t "Vt -,
a,':l Ii/r/ married life added happiness will :church pronounced the nuptial
{] '
.":,>;, .lend. (Gifts were presented.) vows !in the presence of the Immediate (] In
homeward relatives of the
: r flow we start our couple.

';'" A Journey, for we must be there by Pedestal baskets filled with g I'utlu- HjiKhrunlznl; I'rcxlurtloii"Captain
night; should they wake and find white Easter lilies and gladioli in ga

:3 OS missing! I know not what would graduating shades of pink were ga Swagger"

,,1"r.l"\ happen'! lt,1 u tte.1 Sometime when you placed against a background of

,($, arc gazing Into the moonlight sky palms and Ergo nary which formed 0 Sl"I': CAKOI. & KOI IiA-
", t' _M. bl..hliiA-rfampmh0r that the 'L.ndv the improvised nlini r CAthedrat 1 1candelabra '
ItO( (I CI:
ot the Moon* U wishing happiness ;'; either i side I held iJa iJa
Next
for you!" lighted Ivory white tapers which iJg time you pass our insurance
.; After the various beautiful and cast a soft glow over the scene. don't offices

;..j useful Rifts had been opened, and Preceding the ceremony Miss g CAN'T START TOO YOUNG! just glance in-Come /?/ We would T1IUKSDAYFKIDAYM
tiI admired Miss OrlfHn then announced Marie LeDuc sang "At Dawning: ," like to
greet and
and "I Love You Truly" you if possible be of All-Talking Plc-Iult'
as consolation for the remaining accompanied aa ser-
single girls, she had for by Miss Grace Sharpe. "Toa ag vice to you
each a "horoscope," which she expressed Wild Hose" (MacDowell), was "In Old Arizona"Wth
a fond hope would help played softly during the pledgingof g Start the Young Hopeful off on the right'foot Bring your insurance problems

+ bring better fortune In the near the vows. with you, and |
;'u' future to the single maids The bride's sister, Mrs Clarence g by maintaining a savings account for him during let us review your present insurance
s }{t Reading of the various horo- Hoppe wan her only attendant > and limits WAH.MniTKU: &; UOltOTHY -

F"S noopes caused much merriment Her dress was of green georgette g infancy which he may keep up out of his allowance compare them with your new insurance nt'HCJKSS:

tt After a short period, hostesses as- trimmed with ecru lace and needs. Our counsel is

ulcsted by Mrs H C. Hitch. Mrs fashioned with a long blouse anda g later on. It's a habit worth starting young. t ta gladly given-and
Lila Orimn Mrs, O L. Beasley.Ml Bored skirt falling In uneven you will profit by it. SATURDAY
hi" ; fines Minnie Gruber. Claudia hemline. She carried pink Una-
,at t; a Ollcbrlst. Harriet ]Hitch. Eva: Mar- sell roses In arm bouquet. a I the right insurance

4 4 rope. Hazel Adklns and Eloise Paul Kastham of Ashland, Ky., a \Ve pay| Interest of l% compound.quarterly. I protection, you know, is Vltnphonp Talking I'Utnro

Bitch, served delicious brick Ice attended Dr Kincaid as best man. GLC't1 Y essential for your safety and
11k'x' g <\ d.'I'o..ttt..I..0.l ; your security. "KID GLOVES"
cream, and squares of frosted The bride wore a smart ensem- \ dollar s I
cake; In each square of cake was ble of navy georgette crepe trimmed i Come lnl
mlnature silver wand, topped with navy taffeta, the dress g --qd'e5''uw Milt Ix" much more when he ism;)"" v i ('os n.\D AOFI. & IOIS11-

j ; 'I with a crescent cut with a long waist line which ) ,SOY.
Miss Margaret Long, a brlde- was marked by a girdle of taffeta of age.

lect of June, was presented with A pleated ruffle of taffeta edged I J. R. DAVIS & CO.

1 A j' fern bowl. the hem of the skirt and a row 10 & no :Hat & Night JO &; :>0
For this occasion Miss Myrtice of shallow V-shaped strips, edged :::1

ackson was most beautiful In a with tiny ruffles, formed a narrow BANK I HATUItlMY MAT. 1O & 40 v
OF STARKE
fir! pky blue chiffon frock, trimmed panel from the neck to the hemline INSURANCESTARKE

with ecru lace and adorned with Myriads of tiny taffeta ruffles I hl ,
a t bow of delicate pink taffeta rib formed the collar and lapels of I Id'
A ROLL OF HONOR BANK COMKDIKM: YEWS HEELS; : or
( w n, with long streamers at thetack the coat and she wore a small FLORIDA
model hat with fisherman brim in II u
,,S a Miss Myrwln Jackson was none- mm tan faille stitched In self color NOVELTIES: >I.m DAILY I

hr-less lovelier In a sea-greeu flg- and trimmed with a gold and I ,



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,,'ltJl\\"._MAY 10. 102ft nn.'iDI"ORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAHKE FLORIDA }'.\GF. F1VR ; 4
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been an active member for more Weeks; alternates, Mr\ ''. L.Vy- 1 I i
than twenly-flve! years. nan Mrs. J. L. Plckerlll imd Mrs -

W. O. Halle.Hostesses I
Mrs. O. A. Price! and Miss Benin on this occasion are I '

1 Bits ol I $to.Kreshour. Starko of Saturday OmIt were afternoon.visitors board.to be members of the executive I Extra Specials< For May I 10 & II'1 I 1 :

] While in town they were guests It was decided to ha\o jtuttcrs t '

J I of Miss Inez Abernathy. 'leaned covering put on rhlnmev. .
LOCFaI 3MCvS I (the clubhouse building and I

1, Mi.. and Mrs.. L. A. Meade had grounds cleaned before I the new

I as their bridge dinner guests president assumes her duties t PUIlB ClNB ,I :

Monday evening, Ilrs.V.. H. Sln- Mrs. Wyman reported as having : ,
Concerning Our People, Business and I glctury of Port Arthur Texas received several articles for layette SUGAR BESTFINE -lOPcundsSlc I

:i Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. H. L. Stokes and Miss! Josephine shower for the stule. : GIlANUI A7'BIJ- I I

Shaw of Gainesville, and The secretary read 11 ard of .
I Mr. Bennett Gilmore of Clenrwu- thanks from Mrs. A. M' Darby I''

1 .___ ___________________ ter. After the transact: of business !- t !
JS"252 cszs5 .::. &::.:l&l&l: : ,::>&::.:I a short program was render POST TOAST1ES I SWANS'. DOWN '
,

11 v rue Quality Store for shoes. i IH Mrs the guest H. f... of Stokes her sister of Gainesville, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. R. ..johno ..Ir.P. ed.Paper on "Health" :Mrs. O. P*. '
35c
Mrs. L. 3 for 23c Cake Flour
E. Packages I Package
'II., ;mid;; Mrs. H. A. Bishop spent -. Meade. Hampton Iih'-i.nd Mr.111''lurrE'n P. E. Griflls I'..irk-of Raymond. I ; ,

In Jacksonville. -- Solos, "Tomorrow, 0 Lullaby"Mra.
\ d!"iistlay' Ins. left Thursday for Hot Springs .
New shipment of young men's J. L. Pickerlll. I 1
Arkansas. They be
to
\1., \\. G. Halle was a business punts received: by the Quality gone for a. month. expected The hostesses for the afternoon COMPOUND
11I111101)YVednesday.. Store. served strawberries lopped, with I
i" i
n wh'pped cream and uiiKfl food FINEST

I K--, IVIOHH. Oirtuins Ktern-( Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis. spent Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberta and cake. LARD .'GRADEASSORTED 2 Pounds 25

uiiiy'IjII. (). the week-end In Hastings with son Alton spent Sunday visitingat / I.
T :
.'.- irteiuis and relatives. the home of Mrs. Hobert's par :\I.\I. I'S.mlI.S: ;
onts. Judge and( Mrs. Geo A.
business vls-
I \i ilvarez was a I IJcUo
,I", i.H'ksonvllle, Thursday. YOIt111/ now gPt.tviii' (. :McCnll pat- Gardiner. !Mrs. Lorena Gills of Lviichbui'K j FULL CREAM t

--- .- nt Ii1'I'nb'rJt'H.UI' Va., announces the mnrrlnge: of
,I'i, iii-pi-ndable-' Store Is closi Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner Is spending her daughter.! Jane 1<;lnll1. to Ir 3 pkgs. 25c CHEESE Pound28c :
1
,",,i 75 pair of tennis shoes and Mrs. and Whltrkcr ot the week-end visiting her John 15. Malnes Jr., of GaInesvIlle .

" ,", ntK pair. J. M. Alvarez.i the State ..Farm were visitors to cJulrhtE'rRiI's./ Z. J. Roberta' and Fla.. on May fourth, nineteen I hundred !
Starke Mrs. AV. S. Yelvington/ at HaMtln s, and twenty-nine.' t .
Friday afternoon.
:01'1or Lawey was a vlsl1 !- and expects to return Sunday accompanied Fr'ends of the C'onlrnl'flult par '
:
i ( ) VAN CAMP'S SMALL CANS LARGE CANS !
i
Monday.r by Mr. and Mrs. Yl- ties will bo I Interested I In t the above J ,
loII'ke
O. II. !
>1 :h" Moody of Lake Butler wasa
vlngton and son, Uillle.Mr. announcement which appeared' inSunday's '

and rubbers, J. business visitor to Starke Wed --" -'--- Tlmcs-ulol1. r 1ILK: LI1/7 9c '
jura caps nesday. and Mrs. C. A. Williams a a j c a a -
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t IM', kilter.I : and children Mr. and Mrs. J. n.G"oovel' I'r.'r !"'. S. U" \\ .
J. S. GrlillD of Lttwtey, was -
Misses Morcne Hender\
111,,nlK/ <- and Mrs. A. V. Long/ of among those attending court this son and Winifred })pen of Alma The play "Mid-Summer Nights JAMS I :,;

\ nun",,. ;sville were visitors in Starke week. (Ga.. !Mr. and !Mrs. S. V. Trigg/ of i Dream' by Shakespeare was recently '
i luml.iy, Jacksonville and W.: T. Anderson( enacted by the class In spoken POST-BRANV 23cl EiHof.r. .

Mr. and !Mrs. W. P. Robinsonand of Blacksheur, Ga., were guests: l Kiigllsh of the Florida Slate 32c .

All klnda; ;;( of Dress Goods at The eons Billy and Clarence were over the week-end of Mr. and M I'S. i College for Women. Miss Hazel

mallty Store. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul. Mlddleton. one of "Starke's young i
J. C. Hoblnson. ladles as "Tltanla the queen' of SNOW-PEEK'

Mrs J. E. Corpenlng/ and Mrs. The l'reshyternnVomen's! Aux- the fairies!Miss had Middleton one of the showed leadIng -l GOOf) GRAlJE :: :

c liobinson were shopping In :\.Ie('all |tntM'rnH are very HI)lI.h, iliary will meet Tuesday evening./ parts. FLOUR 24 Pounds d 95c
unusual talent and deserves special -- .
,I'' kHdiiville Friday. -Bet them nt 514't'lIls.i'g's.Mrs. / May 14th at eight: o'clock at the praise for the manner In SEI..F'-IUSING :
home of Mrs. Albert Clark. Miss I

, (',rlnklc bcdHprt'iulM only $1| nt George Flynn, Mrs. Paul Mabel Weller will be leader of the which she rendered C' her part.-

I.rflt)4rgs." /: Canova and Mrs. Emma Florence mission study program. The religious FRESH LOTGrapeNuts MASON Quarts $1.00 : 1
Canova spent Friday In Jackson and political s'tuation'! In STAKKK: tiltO"Jo:1'I-: "': : O I i.

Mexico will be the topic for dis
(cil, and Mrs. E. M. Johns came ville. Starke Grove Circle, No. 278 of .

"inn',, from Tallahassee for the \V. O. \V., will hold Its regular session pkg.16c! I JARS Pints 95c .
.'knd> Cordon Hose, $1.50 to $2.50, Tuesday: evening :May 14th at :
all shades The Quality Store. .
o'clock.. All members are urgedto

\inli-d, ,, hens ray each. J. F. cession.Vcie be present as plans will he dls- .1.1REST
I Col. and Mrs. J. I K. Futch left c'ussed( and comm'ttees'! appointed IJlUEDSALT I I : ,14; ;
,
lllltlT" !Monday for their home In DeLand :
(for he district meetingGRAHAM !
STREAK O'LEAN )
alter a week's visit In Starke with ... BACON I : Pound! .:: )
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relatives.FIciBholm I STREAK o-FAT '
MI, (II.;. W. Brown and Mrs. J.
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'I"""" of Lawtey, were In : l _
I,.. Saturday.UK shoes, regular $10 4 mtcM 1 : :MII-TI\: : OF) run I) t ,I''I!.
:
----- sellers, closing/ out at $6.65.( del; .MI/IIIOIMST: :1. S. i '
your extra pair: nt the Dependable a' NEW ATLANTICMATCHED A EXTRA GOOD 4
\ Mrs. Dale Vnnslckel of ................... ... If'
ilii-. spent Sunday with Mr. Store. J. M. Alvarez.Mr. !Mrs. I.. A. Davis) was hostess to .I I ;

v: \\.1.) I PlJl'I'son. Chile :Number: One. Monday nfterIMXIII. !Mrs.\ Talmndge Schtilur of the. : 2 pfcgs.--l.5c JELLY GLASS doz. 45c :
J. M. Alvarez Mrs. D. A. ( at I her 'liiirinliiK i home on State Farm wus vlsltinu, ; he-r put:,a I 'l

Montlelh and Mrs. Paul Cnnova '\'I'Kf! Mndlson street. I'mlc roses nts. Mr. and Mrs fl. K Huberts) .
",,''i\ "','Im House Ilresses' only wero v.sltors: in Jacksonville and Caster lilies were used. In profusion here Tlle' dl1y. I -- !

I "; 1 !',II>41g's.. Tuesday. to brighten I he rooms. MI'. S. L. Prescott! wm: a business

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--- Mrs. II. A. AVeks conducted the visitor here Tuesday
M K. Prevntt of Green !Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. W. devotional exercises, assisted by 1100 fl. aftpl'-I :

in iiK-4.', Is the /guest of her G. liable !Miss Madge\ Mlddleton !Mr:. J.V.. White: and the lesson Messrs. Schell' Byrd and E'I I : !jf.

''I'i i I. Mrs.: II. A. Bishop.i and Miss Florence, Matthews, spent :tudy: was led by Sirs. A. \Vood.Mi.4. !. Ratllffa were business visitors| to I C srogrE) } '

Thursday In Jacksonville. Hemming of New York favored Starke Wcdnenday afternoon .
i .I i ..c(d! Mrs.: J. ]<'. Thoman moil the gathering with a numberof Rov. Dixon of Jacksouv'lle was ,I ?

t tn, Si;I Augustine/ Beach Sun- Mr. and Mrs. .1.) !\I. Capo and veil executed piano selections.: visitor here Wednesday aftl'I I !J'I'

.1,i''.
will spend Sunday with Mr. and fruit salad course with Ice tea. ,'. riyla Conn of Brooker Will RIT1JNT1't'
I
i"I.. Shirts u new one If It Mrs. Freeman Heglstrr. .31'; vtnteen members were present. t-au-actlng: ( business here Thursday t't'I
I "I'll..' Quality Store.* !Mrs. W. II. Parks was hostess to afternoon. | _. .. .""4 ,'
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Mrs. S. T. Drohan> and Mrs. Circle Number Two at her attractive MI'. Leon )Drydeti) was tran -- ,

v .1,1 i ( :\11"". T. (I. Arendell' of 'rnad'ne: Keegan of Jacksonville, home on Thompson street, her tug business' in Ktarlcw !a"-I pIli.111 tugs I hut HKKI't'Ktlte; 7.HJJ: : 11',1', t..,'''I 1111,1) !HII I! minim' >"ardH.i'oinMniil .
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>ml were /guests' of 1>1'. and cpent Wednesday with :Mrs. L. I.'. living room being decorated with Misses Pearl and Gertie: POSTAL FRUIT ncr''"'. agnliml. 5 last Hl'IIRIIIJ., I "- !IIf.tl7< Inn 8-10 imnrriMiuiti lltionl. I'-.I'" i unitIflltli'l

(> I. llaynes last week. Smith. .1 variety of spring Mowers.Mrs. son, attended the junior-senior banqitet ', ItoportM are not. yet ave i laido from, All/ work I to I tuck """,. In in i ',,'01111""'''' I r
: W. II. hattie led In the devotional In Rtarke Friday night. J wlili I I tinplaiiH" I litsIiit't 1 Ion-, Ki'iiiTiillirilVlHlllllH ph.
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ten other Important( places with a . ,
I hIVtllll| I lirilVlKlllllH i "!" !-
M.i-\,,, I UII: Summer 1'rixkx. ltl.S) I ( Mr. a aid Mrs. R. L. Epperson) service< after' which the Mrs. O.o:. Ktansbury and daughter : total of (i.HllIi' acres III 1 1)2H.!) fllU'tit IntiH, ninl,!. |,roioHiilH| mid loiitrm -
"; *.. Ircle leader. Mrs. K. M. Hooks Kdna:, of Starke, were' visitors: BUSINESS ENDS >t of t tli. li.v .r :Sttirlo. .mil ofKnviil
i ;1"I'lIhl'r" ; and son of Jacksonville spent Sun __ _J ___._ .__ _. it ".
day with Mr. and( 111'8.'l.. J. I Kpporson. presided over a business session. here Saturday morning. MI'IKI': 'I'., I'OVI'II \(''IuItS" ullli I \I t the ICnuliHierhinr: 8ltii, t '."I lloitil::, I'unttiK I lit'iiiiiliiivnt: I :" :ilnic: I r:ofI :,. LI.
Mr. T. N. Kendrick of Starke.was .
discussed
'.1 l II V. Knight and I'ttle Both circles arruiiKemcntr. I tho xtalo' of Klurlila.Kuch .
ii after for the "sunshine social," a professional l visitor here OttUlnl Order Put Slop' i To SlilpinenlH. \). lilil m LiNt' 1 bu m',',,iii|luuti" "-il, by '
returned home
i m- Invitations: read as Thursday. s.a iul lililx will t tin n-rclvi'.I. liy t tin1'iiiimll u reilfllt'il/ check or lilililiiK, imml
.'\imi, awhile In Jacksonville. Mrs. O. I. Beasley returned tOI' which the I I It%. ( nf Htnrlie" Kin. unlit! niliil"" payablt to .tin I Clink, of City .
from Tampa, Thursday after aweek's follows 1 : MI' Truby I'lnholster of Brook- :"lght II ci'< Ini: :.k 1 p.: in. of Mny I IMi-t, l')2'i.i of Starke. fi>r ,IK *. IUT 4 flit" of lhiinioiliit 'VI II
"Silver when the sunshines, ei;'. was a visitor here Saturday .nil of i I ihi* i-lty I hull I I ami, '1 lit I IhlM. timePnhll.lv I bill 1 iLS evlilimi-o (' Knnil fill'III
I of suits visit with her parents, Mr. All postal shipments! : : rI : .
IK Boys' ,
2-pants\ It jams afternoon. iipi>ni''il' r n' .fIit'fli hOC I Ihn' fin'I H.H a fcuiirntitew tlutt I If uwar'I.I| 'I
whfn
I 1\j i\'d. $13 to $16. J. M. Al- and :Mrs. A.: C. Dtudeit. Silver Florida of citrus fruits non-cit :H'H.' ..",' |Kvln! .c on tmrh Hide$ I'I ho c'onl"i riii/l the blidlcr will txirutotio ,
l' III tlild ban, deposit. !Miss\ lhl'lIoore! of Starke, rule fruits nnd all classes: of vegetables I(11I'"r..r" wl.llh..r Cfiiir aiul' nnith.iir ) I'ontruct auil, Klvu bond IIM re- I
With thank you for what It con spent till week-end with Miss r..1 mi MiuiiMiiii xti-..t-i, rriunl till| It'itt t. ;i .
Mrs. J. II. Hitch. :MUs Harriet Til el in Brown. are banned in, an order received l In- wi'xl' citY limits tn tI Pit, Infi-l-HiT- The: ,tight IH reHi-rvt-d tn reject t
\ Long t at us.Monday a by Postmaster: Hull from I J It,n nf. !ArjiillHixi, uiitl. \Vatnr. OUI'<"H. i and ull bhlH.
1"I" / [1). of Green Itltch and Miss Margaret any
Uawley IftE'r1100nlay! 20th at lIT I'. George Prescott! of the Zlff I the postotllce! department at Wanli- tnrltnlhiic, nil Iniormu1' !"ltm" nliMiir HUM, rliuiH, ami stor'Iflsh| lu"o mav hAt .. I I (
"|1)1'1111(11.i Is the guest of Mrs..1lddleton wero shopping' / In Jacksonville three o'clock section: was a visitor here Saturday ,NtroPt I, ii,t'1 on. Wnter MI, r.t,( from I Ihrt >r-n Ht I Ihn tIIl.i' of the City C'I..rk| 4
I : .\ this week. Monday. A. Weeks." liiKton/ Saturday.The 1..ler.'llun. ...M.iitlKini: unit I Witter' nnd l copl0H I of I thn I' t tilaiiM ii4y, I b.* i"b-
At the home of Mrs. It. night. order was Issued In line viroftH' I.h... hitiTHHi t Ion of Wntur.mil h i lahli-il I for Ten. UnllurM I ninl i-nplOH. of 3 .
... The proceeds from the sunshine Itev. Dixon of Jacksonville filled I with the quarantine established by I.Kiirii/ """ -,'1". 'liu, ,,,IIIIM' all In- I hue nptn-lllcatloiiK, for [l-'lva .Hollnm.. jt .
I'! 'mitt chufa and velvet bean !Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall. Mr. social w.II be used to pay a hundred his regular/ appointment at the I tit.N.*fl''limn ..r Huld. si I'.i-. lHUOVItilt.: .
I the department of agriculture I I to
the spread of tue Mediterranean t A. (!'I''U.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Granger III prevent 1 pOHitlH. Ull" > ,llt>Hll, Ml liro IIH folloWH, :

Will do Monday.Mrs. when the church was repairedand fruit fly. 'inn.1! ""I'rll.IIJI'U., IE < l< iots.ir-! .!!! ..-.. !.!: ... ____I Clnrlt__________________________________________Bltt5l7IT'S ;_____(_)__________I 'I'I
'I"" 1"I1 Williams.. Mrs. J. M. carpeted. Members are urged Thomas and Mr. Marcus Conerly While absolutely hallnillall/ I -... .. .. .. ,. ;\ (
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contribution as libtral I of Brooker, were visitors here ------ -- ---
'I" make their
''I uinl Mrs. to
K. Brock spent 0111 of state shipments of fruits
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G.V.. Marks and little that this obligation Sunday afternoon. f
I 'uhi:" In Jacksonville. ; as possible, so and vegetables, the order' permits "
of J) Land are Messrs. and, Hubert Brown .. ,
daughter! Marjorle. may be settled.\ Fnte 1'\/1
-- --- shipment by parcel, post( of certain
V! the guests of Mrs. Marks' parents.Mr. Miss Amelia Hay led In the discuss were visiting Misses Lucille McJlue "hostplants" I- \""'"' t I /;
''i'dNlrs.C.' II. MctlURli of vegetables, not classified! as =
A. :M. Darby. taken Marie Halt of Waldo EP -
Mrs. and
and
i :on of three chapters wanger/ JI :
i "M -. spent' Sunday with :Mr. to I the fly w'thln I the stale' .,- :
id i Mil.v, I. c 1t.II.. from Women and the Kingdom! after Sunday! afternoon. Much, uMnmeiim. hnwover. have r
: --=-:-==- I I Mrs. J. 13. Norman and( iinugnter : which the hostess, assisted by !Mr. C. Kogg was a Business visitor linen;; so' "small' as to l Ie'; Inconsequential. I rI w .

; Miss Hosa Mae of Starke. were Lois Adkins and Kitty HoBsed. to Starkp !Monday. .
jol'IIIIIIIIIJ anil Bradley Untilingnit visiting Mrs. Norman's daughter, served! a delectable Ice course. Mi' E. J. King and daughter, r '
nt SIt'rn'H'I.Jt's.II It has been the of I thousands -
Mrs. T. 1>. I'roctor, Sunday after- S Novella, of Hampton, were visitors custom .
Lake Butler Times. ('IASING OF 1i1 1I1.H.) : hero Monday afternoon.Mr. of persons to ship citrus to .
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\h., .1''M.rtobert of Jackson- noon. Ci.WTK.X fl-AHH J. A. J. McKlnney. Jr., Irlends and relatives In the northin : i 'i ,
Ill* wnt I the and the order will have c'r
Wednesday with Mrs. E. Norman Starke. wasa was a business: visitor to Starke past
'L niggs. visitor!Mr J. In Lake Butler Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mr. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. a widespread effect on that phaseof

afternoon to visit his daughter and Mrs. II. A. Bishop! Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. J. P. Rob the postal business of the state.

Mrs. T. fl. Proctor who has Mrs. L. \'lman.Irs.! L.o'. Smith erts, of Jacksonville are spending --

ENT.A. WORD% been quite 111 for the past three and !Mrs. W J. Kpperson: attendedthe a while here as guests of the Watermelon acreage In Lake and I

weeks.-Lake Butler Times. closing exercises of !Mrs. S.o'. former's father, Mr. C. II. Roberts. adjoining counties has been Increased -

Hamrlck's kindergarten class last Mr. Luclun Thomas of Sampson nearly 25 per cent o'ver I
After a full and visitor! here Tuesday after-
and Friday morning. was a
COLUMN Tomato. sweet peppers last year according to partial
demonstration of their .
interesting/ noon.Messrs' '
Porto Rico potato plants. Place ,year's work the following program Fate and Hubert Brown compilations! of plantings/ reports
')H SALK Kindergarten table your orders with me. J.o'. Kick- was beautifully rendered by the were visitors to Starke Mondayand I turned In by local agents/ to the
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and i-huira. Mrs. C. A. Knight, liter. 'children: Tuesday. Atlantic: Coast Line and SeaboardAir
"larke _
_!, It. Song "The Cobbler" by class. C Lines railroads. Figures form

)R SALE Cut GladIoli $1.00Per Mrs. E. H. Marshburn and two Heading "Boys' Complaint", by ...............*........ 23 shipping. points .give. melon
dozen children. Miss Louise McLendon Harold Bishop. ---- JUST NATURAL
; Aster plants, $2.50 "
PH I HID Gertrude Godbey An- nephew, Shelton Hearn of Marianna of Mr.- Reading, "A Secret by Ruth : NEJJ'RIVEll :
guests
dero"lI.l phone 39. Waldo, Fia.419it.. and, were Mrs. week-end(I. W. Alderman.Mrs. Wyman.Drill, "King of France," by class. Milan Efislo Snppi Cor. .
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"! M. A. Blitch, after several Archibald Thomas. I.
''UHOAIN_$1,750 takes my weeks visit with her daughter.: Doll drill by girls. We we're quite surprised to see : IHrds arc taught by instinct to i II

no in' farm in the city limits of II. L. Brownlee left batur- Heading, "Lost Tommy," by He.L.. J. Derk back In New Illv- ,
Mrs
S,1',,, last where she Betty Eppersin.Soldier er Tuesday. lie will hold a bible :
year's crop over daY for the State Farm. I select a place and build a suitable ,
: '" pounds of nuts. Good will spend a while with Mr. Stew- Song by boys." I reading for ten days. Everybody i b

h 'I 1 Heading "The Wind, by Leon- come
Blltch.M
barn chicken house art
; ard Smith. Mm. J. L. Johns and 1 daughter./ home. j

:N.' '""I \ "lis.)l etc. I am gong: tow !\ "and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner Eons:. "Vacation Time" by class. ":Kssl'e were visiting In l Starke: ,
"""k and need money.v'See beautiful
S. T. Bumgarner; leave Mr.: Blsliop! In a few Tuesday.
hIre> After and Mrs. words extended to Mm.. D. W. Kelly and daughter
May 15th. for Morganton N. C., well chosen It's( natural for a man to own
It 1 01"! Sunday In behalf of all thepatrons Miss Lonnle. buslnens visitors
l" no sale. I* Torruela, they will spend a couple of Mrs. Hamrlck were
v where: their appreciation for her to Lake Butler Thursday.
4-19-tf. When Fire Drives
weeks. untiring patience with the children MI' U. \V. Andrews and Rev. I... Ids-evcru man should and can- !

)J/I/ returned and the keen Interest she always J. Derk. were visiting Lake Butler Out Your Tenants
h ME[ x acres, four room :Mrs EdwIn: Southers ''' displays In her kindergarten Saturday.Miss 1 if he saves consistently for it.
Jacksonvllle
1-2 miles from Starke Tuesday< night from days lass. Mrs. Hamrlck in turn Irma Andrews and brother your.|irtiMrly| ...*.."mm* iin|.riMliii:, ,. .f'

II' four acres fenced and where she had spent! a few Lazone thanked the parents. for their co Mn Redd'sh' of Jacksonville were live. Rut If,..... liavellenl Inmiriincolo $ Save with us for yours. .

q'II.1.:: i balance In woodland. with Mr. and Mrs.o operation. Children said! "fare- visiting their parent, Mr. and make your Fire Imtumnrt. I'rii- : t

Tit rich strawberry and and Mrs. Ada DeCotte. well" to Mrs.. Hamrlck until she Mrs. O. W. Andrews Sunday.Mr. trrtlon more! roinplele. you will IMrrlmlHimml ; I'
tri --- her class again in the tall.VOM.'N't4 L. W. Hlggs has been visitIng | :
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uig opens IOM .. ..
BOH. priCe $800 cash. and Mrs. A. C. D rdILa"d for the of' .ot.
"$' !\II' In Georgia for the past few
It' rp3 ;2! 3-4 miles from Starke Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Ta.m-. : CLUB: MKKTH. : : days. The root I I.. .II-Ihe prutvvlinnJ ,

With imall house, all tillable pa. will upend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and J ..."".?. Let luUllyuunbouliL. .

and l partly fenced and noted for Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.several Mrs.. The Woman's Club of Starke daughter. Essie and Mrs. V. K. Bradford County Bank

wad to itrawberry soil, price $650.. Hoppe will reman! for held Its regular meeting. Wednesday Sapp were vIsitors to the State HAROLD C. WALL

a"res of the very best truckIng week's visit. afternoon at the clubhouse. Farm Sunday afternoon. Bradford Financial
County's Stronghold
and were appointed to attend Mi. O. B. Moody's house was
Delegates
strawberry soil partly INSURANCE
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T Lord f.4 the proud pos- the had last
lalahh' H the Trl-County Federation wrecked by storm we
Woodland balance timber and 25 year Odd FellowsjlweTwhlch which meet here. May 10. Those Tuesday, but we are glad to say no STARKE, FLA.
some buildings a real he received last week Z. Adkln, one wan hurt and he has the house STARKE, FLORIDA .
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bargj No. 174 1 of named were: Mr ._ ._ _...._ .._ _- .-
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$1200. d. M. Inman Friendship Lodge R. A Ixed again. ." ._ -- -- -I --- ---
from K M. Hooks and Mn.
Mrs.
Stark, Pta, of which he baaL :
4-26-St. Flint, Michigan, ::

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'1 R\DFORDCOUNTY rEI-EGUArn, BTAIIKE, FLORIDA _
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-= :-=:- with- SCOTT ;I.'IJ.' 1'1
: --I II transmit that vital quality fruit Juice. This drink IK I
: out which egg* cannot become < '','II'U,

f ,!, How to chicks. Only lively alert strong DEVELOPMENT into Its own.

Farmers & Farming vigorous, fighting males should be EARLY If you have a craving rOIl,, ,",?.!'.
t I I RaisePoultry selected for breeding The lusty thing to drink Just befoi( >cu,?''II>,, III
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loud crowing, bright eyed, chestySir LIVESTOCK IN STATE bed try a grapefruit "IH'| ,, ,Lei 11

Editor) i 1ft. Chanticleer should be chosenevery needs no sugar no Halt ,i,,,,,, ,",. ,
( Agricultural time In preference to the Just plain grapefruit JulieSpring '

(j"" -- -------- ---- ---.---- -- Vy Vr. L. D. LC'Gear, V. S. droopy, dispirited, too quiet or In- 'ever held In Florida, Mr. Scott fever vanishes' \\nii' um,, 1
; $t.LouMf Mo assertive male. cainesvllle--: Fla, Although\ results were entirely kind of treatment. Get il,><. i h.eI,1t, ,|, ,
The
""i Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles T>r.Lrtcmrlu antJuiite, of the OntarioVeteHn.rv : The question of heredity should Florida Is one of the oldest states I stated. and keep well and full m 'I h,,,, M
Colleuu, 1H92. 'rhtrtr.Iistar. male ( and good prices were
of satisfactory, ;
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found .of vetrrlnarv. "....,Ice on di._.... also Influence selection Characteristics In the union interest in Improvedlivestock -Mal'Y .\ M 1"1111
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'r birds for breed:ng obtained.No .
l of live fttoi.k and poultry fminrntuthority recent -
la of comparatively more canning
1 To He Best Suited to Our Country on poettr Y'anJ.aKk ntlifnti.NanonMlly of decendanta are derived from factor has stimulatedmore K j I"i wR
: : M. Scott one
: } I : known poultry I breeder.. : both male and female. It Is, there- origin declared John the state interest In better livestock done In Osceola county tin, u(,
Not.J.uthorand lavturer.Article editor for
utmost Importance agricultural than last, according to 11"1." .
of tile
11 fore, in the eradication of cattle ticks i I
a than
--.==:=-=--- -_..,--,- department of agriculture, home
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should In blna. Smith, agent.1": ,,,
that male birds possess WKUF Livestock In West Florida, the speaker said. i h, "I,t
XVIII so far as that fact tan be determined radio talk over on bulls have the waste cabbage was tnaih. ntoBauer
Final l Plans Made 1 1I Development In Florida Mr. Several carloads! of fine
which kraut and beans ., ,, i
ANAPPELTO the characteristics u 1 <1
.i is KCGKNICS;; XKKWIIX : : > Scott connected with the Flor- been brought In the tlck-frte section )put
I'Ofl/ritY 1'.1RD7 wanted in the next generation was Suwannee, and are being canned in largo,' illan.|
For Short Course THI3: I pro ida Experiment Station for 22yours west of the
If a pure strain Is wanted, It certainly results are being titles.
and in that time acquired a already splendid
PEOPLE Tho NotMl for Extreme: Cairo In HoItMtlnu '',, cannot be expected unless wealth of Information on livestock seen from the crosses:
..I.. THE Gainesville, Fla. Arrangements ; Itrvrvlrrs<' U. it Vital Factor the male is in every way a perfect condition in the state -- home demonstration I embodying the best qual- in Florida are II mi inn ,"."I,, '
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specimen roil
rapidly being made for Often lK" .r -.l j'1'1"Y: Kl ;\ Perhaps the first effort toward SPItlNC ('O'I::T.\lIS al;
are
.IriiccHl Poultry Hnlwrn--The ities In that strain Florida 'IONICS( M 1.\l>I'.ISI'"IJUU.\; many old kitchens can l I.. 'i'',,''J j,'
thy, dub short courses to be held >ci Improving; the rattle of ,
OFFLORIDA Following Itch 11I"'I'u"I..n" ,, EmihnslOH ): when a like new with a little : Florida and 1845
of / around
at the University took place but lne\penslv' ,' .,ill i .
T at the State College for Women ] :: SOIIM( of the :More 1m- r I II Mr McKlnnon\ who lived In what) The ''get-you-It p'In the mornIng planned----'---- -- ?
1r, their weekat 1"lI'tllllt., Points. l Lo Jl' Olmcrxislin Impol.tOl1ll1- cocktail 1 la best when taken -
The Kills will begin; | \\nfV I'AKM I'KOOUAM: now Walton\ county ; mmmmmmnmmmmnOO1tlm1CtJill'.Joc: ; : :: .'itIr
Tullahnitseo on May 31 and the I'llkinthl'/ Plight; Kliiil or I I rect from Scotland a largo Short- straight' ; A nice tall glass of sparkling ..
After receUIng the announcement boys will arrive In Gainesville: on Moc'k for Untiling. I horn bull. The improvement of orange Juice (Ino sugar, no COFFINS & CASKEfH

w, about the federal fruit fly May! an for their week of instruction the grade cattle over the native ice) answers the call for a spring
+ regulations, Dr. Wllmon Newell, ut the University. Preparations Somewhere in the course of my Following Is the farm programto stock at that time waR quite noticeable ton'.c.The. I and a Full Line of 9
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commissioner of the State are being made for larger enrollments general reading, I once ran across be broadcast from station tho speaker said It was mlddle-of-tlie-mornlng drink
a : plant the : than ever<< before. accordIng I me statement of a well known wit WttUF, In Gainesville Florida" for said that four year old steels often habit Is satisfied by a glass; of Just Undertakers" Supplies
of
J Plant Board and agent to Miss Flavin Gleason and It. t that the t best thing! he had ever the week ending May 17. The weighed from 450 to 750 pounds plain buttermilk This will net
L' United States Department of Agriculture W. niacklork. done was to choose' the proper) parents talks are given every day In the Some of the early settlers you up until noon. AUTOMOBILE! HEARSE I

al s in charge of fruit fly Special! speakers are being arranged A very witty remark indeed week at 1 p>. m. The wave lengthis around Orange Lake may have Toning; up at the noon hour is Alirara an hand. Th. ...t aarrlnat
} I eradication activities in Florida, for. and will: be announcedat but In the light of Its real 204 meters. been among the first to bring In a good habit Try a sample like th. Ie..., prt_ Sp.elal, attvntton '
{ ;, stated that the regulations! me a later date. Recreation will meaning, a very wise one Naturally -, Way 11. Agricultural news good dairy cows, Mr Scott said this: shreded endive, lettuce or to tl.Braph o.d.... !
a hard, will cause much hardsdlp, consist of picnics athletic events I the thought; so strikingly set lour. The late Mr. Sampson who settled other greens finely sliced onion, REGISTERED EMBALUKIt
d : that the only escape from them Is and roncertH. A big banquet will forth Instantly associated itself In May 13-The Story of Sponges; on the shore of Orange Lake about grated; carrot with a French dressIng DEWITT C. JONES q qSTAKKE.
through eradicating the fruit fly bring the boys' club short! course my mind with my own pot hobby( Leon V. Fernald, graduate student, 1876 was a strong advocate of made with bacon Juice or Wesson 3
'w' at once. He commended the people to an end.Courfles. the ra'slng'! of high grade thoroughbred University of Florida. better dairy cattle and it is said oil combined with sour orange FLA.
for destroying HO much of their given for the girls will chickens I could not May 14-U. S. 1). A. Farm talks. that he went to Texas In company juice. \ a
fallen fruit, as suggested' and urged include swimming, gardening'! help thinking how much better It May Economical Rust Mite with a Mr Slaughter; and brought Perhaps It Is mid-afternoon when ''lns0afa7lYm: yy
--j that this work be. continued until food conservation, poultry, nutri- would be In a great many cases If Control, E. F. UeUusk, extension back a number of good; animals. I you most feel the need of a cool TOlpiliiir
t not one host fruit Is left In the tion, home improvement, clothing, fowls could have the privilege of citrus specialist, Agricultural Extension One of the first state fairs In
state. I I neiHoiiiil"' hygiene. and training of regulating their own parentage Instead Service.May Florida was held at Lake City
Upon being Interviewed with I I demonstration teams. of having to depend on those 16-U. S. D. A. Farm talks. about 1901. Reports of this fair
+, ferenoe to the federal regulations: Courses at the University for the who do It for them. It has always May 17-The Doll Weevil Fore- Indicate thnt there were two or We can charoe
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J3 which. place quarantine on Florida I I boys will include poultry, livestock amazed me that so' many peo- ast: for the Year, Paul C. Calhoun three Berkshire hogs on exhibition, YE your 8
t l fruits and vegetables. Dr. Newell farm mechanics, record ple should fall to realize the Importance cotton specialist, Experiment purebred. Jersey bull, some' III
said: I keeping, agronomy horticulture of properly selectingbreeding Station Shorthotns and also a few Hereford STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's 1.
t'' "The government; of the United lir'ects, and news writing. stock as a factor in successful Scours in calves are usually cattle No records of the
States has spoken. The terms are Members of the extension service poultry raising. caused by over feeding, irregular owners of these animals could be
n, hard and the conditions( : Imposed I home demonstration staff, I First of all, there Is the /generallaw feeding' unclean vessels or a sudden obtained.
;t seem( almost beyond the possibility and county and home demonstration of heredity that "like begets change in feeding methods or By 1919 indent interest In
ot performance. It Is as If an unbearable -' agents will conduct thecourses. like." In other words if you select In the food given. good; hogs had been aroused so ;

{, burden had been placed a certain breed of fowls In Proper food habits hased on a that a carload of purebred Poland Garage F iiz1
upon an innocent people because A special feature of the boys' which certain characteristics are knowledge of digestion are safer Chinas was sold at auction on the
1: they are so unfortunate as to have short course will be a number of very strongly/ marked and mate and more lusting than any of then"nv University campus. This was theflr..t

Yt : this pestilence 1 in their midst' I radio talks\ made by boys who have ', ony 1 sac h birds( n s exhibit fhnsftcharacteristics .......J fiirpnllM for lndigexllon.. ----- auction-- sale. of. purebred hogs__'_-
"The terrible significance of made exceptional records in club to a decided extent,
these federal reiyilat'ons; can not work. The boys will broadcast the offspring should have the same
be realized by the individual until their talks over the state station characteristics to approximatelythe
; he awakens to the realization of WItUF on May 29 and 30. This same degree/ as their ancestors.
,' I the losses and hardships' they will will be a new feature of the boys' Because It la so decidedly true
entail upon him and( his businessor course and promises to prove interesting that like begets; like !It Is so paramount -
N employment. For no matter for the boys and radio Importance to select breeders -

;,' 'r what his business or profession, If fans who may care to tune In on known definitely to posses certain -
; ( he be a resident of Florida he will WilUK on those days" at one' desired characteristics. That

14# be affected But these do not compare o'clock. Immediately rules out the mongreland
with what the losses will be e -- establishes the necessity of
ra 'v11, if we fall to stamp) out the Insect. (1.1: I'KIt: O.NT: OK)) 1"UHtIl working only with standard breed
14r "Under all the canopy of heaven, IX rolUIST: LAND fowls. The mongrel has no def-

there Is but one way of escape initely known characteristics It .
g from these regulations, and that Is 22,918,611 acres, 65 per cent of is a mixture of anything and every-
', by exterminating; the Mediterranean the land area of the state of Florida thing. Consquently It progeny \
fruit fly. Until this accomplished in! forest land, according to may be anything or nothing. Most i \ rtR
( these regulations or per1haps State Forester Harry Lee Baker, likely, they will be nothing or, at :
even more severe ones will whose report on Forest Area has least, nothing useful. '\ :
continue: upon us. Just been approved by S. H. !Marsh 0 naim MA nthav.. land fllinnftun- oar .' '
;1 "The need for eradicating'' the forest Inspector: for the U, 8. For- is high l ; g"i production.; : We .bs' N ;,J .

,', fly I Is desperately urgent. The timeto est :Service. This acreage Mr.' Ha- can choose among a number of I
do It Is all too short: for If the kei points out, U not all In timber varieties known to be excellent '.
fly can have u few months and but It Is land which Is not beIng layers; then If we are careful In .
P the material in which to breed, the .used at present for farming, culling out undersized and Infer- \ .
I' opportunity to stamp it out will bo gardening/ Improved pasture) ior or deformed specimens of both .

gone forever. roads, railroads' towns, buildings, sexes and if we cull out all poor '
,.. "The response to our suggestion swamps or golf links, and It does layers among the females we are
of a few clays ago; t hilt growers, not Include( the area within the pretty sure to develop a flock that
: shippers and property. owners Everglades, nor the sandy beaches will give! us eggs in abundance.
0 ,: gather and destroy, by burying along I the coast lines. The report Another law of breeding to be
'
.n. } with quick lime, all cull and fallen "Ivlng: the forest area of the mate recokened with is that only health- t
__ t citrus! fruits everywhere has met of Florida has been prepared for ly and vigorous parents can be expected -
with a magnificent response. Everywhere the U. S. }Forest Service and will to have healthy and vigorous -
..
throughout! the citrus serve as a basis for federal allot- offspring As applied to
j- ', fruit belt of Florida even far flora ments to the Florida Forest Service I, poultry raising, this calls\ for ruthless -
points of known Infestation, volunteer for a live year period) In culling; out of all inferior
: workers by the thousands commenting on the report, Mr. Baker fowls as soon as they are old
u have tinned to thq task and count- calls attention to the fact that enough to shoal with certainty '.
less thousands' of boxes of fruits the custom of woods burning has whether or not they measure up
i have been cleaned from groves and kept a large acreage lying Idle. to required standards. Hens that
_ '. parking houses and given a speedy Over 10,000,000 acres of Florida's are not good layers should be dis-

_ ,. and effective burial. land area is today lying Idle or In carded for two reasons; first, be-
"However Just one ripe fruit a semi-productive( condition as the cause they do not pay for the
I : overlooked or neglected may carry result of this practice states the trouble and expense of keeping ;:
a' 1a the fruit fly through/ and I now forester. He goes on to say that them and secondly because their ,
r 1' appeal meet earnestly to every citIzen relief can come only through descendants will also be poor lay- 1 'w ,
of Florida from Key West to strong educational campaigns and era. The various methods of cull- t "
? Penaacola regardless of calling or the organ'zatlon of protective associations Ing as well known and easily\ learned -
,ry. I' color, to exert his efforts to the utmost by property owners, In by those who want good productive ." \
to bring about an Immediate co-operation with state and federal flocks. Certainly these
s
?xa and complete destruction of every authorities The value of this land methods! should be known and I,
,! remaining ripe citrus fruit In the can be fully appreciated when It I practiced by every owner of chickens :( .
4 df mate, save only those which can Is understood that today sltxeen and only the very cream of any
be marketed under the federal forest dependent industries or flock should be used for breeding.
a regulations. This destruction must trades annually produce more than What is true of the female Is 1
p { include i\Mtl: : fruit-on the U)0,000,000) In wealth. With the true to a like degree of the male
ground, hidden In the foliage, forest must go those industries, That Is a point often overlookedby
r
lodged In the forks of the tree,, but with forest protection and reforestation poultry raisers. It must not be .
",t 'y rc stored In the family kitchen they can not only be forgotten that the male suppliesthe .

F 1 This destruction must be by burying sustained but Inc rea8ed. germ ot fertility which con- ....:" 'I There is a new golden \ .
"
the fruit'! In a pit, treating It -.-. verts an egg; from an Inert mass \ 1
with FL1)Itll.1() WOI1lU: : : of producing .' \
: heavily quick lime and coverIng into something capable r' ANTI-KNOCK gasoline at ,
; 4 with a least three feet of earth. \KINU CJOOIt SIIOUIM life. The stronger and more ,.
tr ; "Every peach tree, fig tree and IN IIOMi: -: IMI'KO\KMi\T: :: : virile the male bird is, therefore PAN-AM: stations. It gives

'V na/a' bush should be hunted out,, -
t dug up by the roots and binned I a.I1e8Vl1lenural: : womenof you the motor performance .
:
for those fruits are likely to carry Florida" are working hard In 666Is

the fly through, despite all\ other tine home Improvement contest be- you have been hoping I .
efforts. ing sponsored by the Southern 1 a Prescript: for .", '' '
d..;' "The "situation, Is desperate and Hurulist, declares( Miss Virginia P. ItilIcma .. for. :
-
:
(fold, Grippe, Flu, Di'iiKut; .
; ; If we hesitate the buttle will be Moore assistant state agent who '
) hut ('barIof home Improvement Fever sad. Malaria. .

.}t lost."The task ta far too great for work In the state. Florida has a It Is the most speedy remedy: '
; the relatively small\ handful of number of women who are making known. H:
p .
trained Inspectors In the employ remarkable Improvements lu their PAN-AM ;.'
of the United Slates and State:! homes and who stand a. good --
4 Plant Board of Florida. Enough chance of winning a prize in the ': '"
r men cannot be trained as Inspectors contest she said. 1 PAINTER'S

I In time. The people must Just recently a representative TI-K"'OCK" '
meet this emergency themselves. ot the Southern Iturallst was In f

""' "And so I, appeal to every citizen the stale and visited several of I Simon Pure Citrus I
to get Into the battle at once,, the contestants. Among the homes '
and
with a determination to win. And which: received special comment I GASOLINE
1 appeal to all the civic clubs. during this visit was that of Mrs.J. \
Chambers of Commerce '''omen'sClubll JI. Mills: of Alachua county and I Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS I II "I I ... ...'

Boy Scout troops and all organizations Mrs. John If. Hunt of St. Johns r
of whatever character county. The Southern Uurallet I L 1 *
,
1I Thoroughbred ANTI-KNOCK
In the state of Florida to sound the contest: requires that the whole .' : j .
Lv cry of battle and rally the work- premises an well aa the house be I ":" gasoline nothing is added

ers! to every Florida newspaper improved and rewards will be I '
;
y'rJat Are )*r nothing could be added to give
tu+ and editor, to every minister of made on that basis.
the gospel, to every radio station,, The contest put on by the I 'f -: you better motor performance. o &,
to at once display! repeat and Southern Kurallst la' In addition to "TIME TRIED AND CROP ,,

';..:. broadcast this message and to install the regular state. contest In home TESTED" I I II I a ..1..;' All over the south thousands -,- -,, ,,.-*
in every human beng! In Improvement. All states served II .....
I have waited for this better
Florida the !great gravity of this by this farm paper are entered in Our Brands are the Acknowledged gasoline.
f situation and the absolute necessity the contest. Prizes to the amountof Standard by which I .. But PAN-AM wouldn't do ;it. until
for action as above explained. $ 'J,5o0!' w'll'! he given when the '
'
i Growers of Florida have they could do it right.
'j
"The enemy la upon us.'e content ends some time In. the near I I'I'I ; )
must fight now, as never a people future. Judged all fertilizers for Ar' .'
? nearly forty i Dove up to the PAN-AM pump
fought In time of peace--tightfur I years. ak 1. ,
our citrus industry, our business McDonald Tractor Equipment: "Giving all we can for what ,: with the golden gasoline a new ,' :
', a, our employment, and our Company recently established of- we get Instead of getting nil I -"- r .. jJ
.
motoring awaits i..
experience .
'
homes. fices and display rooms at Orlando. I we can for what w' give," YO'1. ..... '
this Is done and done quick ..: .: -'
"If
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Combined value of all municipal .U the policy of -
i ly we have a lighting chance to plant In Leesburg estimated at .

.i' win." $''011,000. TilE E. O. PAINTER

Highway from !Mayo\ to Branford Leesburg Two-story apartment FERTILIZER CO. PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION f

dt will be constructed this seats and store building greatly JACKSO\VHXE.

iOQ. Improved. 1< 0112I't.l'

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1 revenue would be used In refor- number of grandchildren and r

IrLEGISLATIVE ii !i estatlon work. Another Caldwel 1 great grandchildren. The funeral I ji' ; f

NEWS. i measure would raise pensions o t was attended by his brother and ? !

Confederate veterans to $ 60 pel r' sister and all of his c-hlldren\ and /nfVV JIS&&fi
"=-- J r
month. all grand children except Miss Inez .
1
rii!" Kivcnue, bill approved by The house also punned Kantier's Os

Ulll( t ft Donald Stroup of Detroit Mich.
by serious debate and by thi I I
,,, ,' him), and truck lines operat- in 1 Florida. The measure clone\ vole of seventeen to fifteen Among the grandchildren was

'In||(, ,, itiiin the state tinder the is designed to enforce collection of The senate of the Florida stati; Congressman R. A. Green who returned ,

of the Florida railroadIImJ11I'Mjon. the legislature this afternoon from Washington to attend. ..
III, "IIC'I lion( gas tax on bulk gasoline passed i f II
11 l would furl her pro- brought Into the state and placed bill abolishing the present cloaec I A very large number of other rela- t

|jdo'(l, t for, imposing a mlllage taxi In storage warehouses for resale season on fishing with hook, am'I[ lives and friends attended and the 1.

i nun' ,-\'try bus and truck operat- line or rod and reel In the fresl I ,1 floral offerings were unusually t.. I

niulHi its provisions. J. n Drown aged Ocala waters of the state and exempting, large.: .. : ,
A negro
wants I residents of the state from .: The funeral was under the personal '
a pension from the state because payment /
\ II',, %V plan for distribution! ot he served seventeen years of I of licenses for the specified! ( L i direction of DeWltt C. Jones ,, t '

: tent gasoline tax was em- a life methods of fishing The funeral director. Pallbearers were:
I hI, IIM sentence In prison for n mur- measure! I I
I 11",1 I ii a bill Introduced by der In Putnam county which he however, has to be imsHud by thE I) I Sheriff W. J. Epperson.'; N. D. U
: Greensboro. ITn'h did house of .. 'Vain wright, Fred F. Stump J. M.
nnd
ki.iiiiini' '" Anderson, not commit and If a bill Introduced repreaenatlves signed : ,
Mitchell J. H. Hitch and W. W. ,I ,
..
measure one and one-half in the by the governor before becoming I
., tii/ senate by Senator W Ivfl ; _-J ,
,',11""Kv mi Id bo placed to t the ciedlt T Cary of Ocala (Is enacted Into a law.Another. Bulsd eli. -: 1r ) I 1-1. I I'a

f tin,'
111I.h,,, ,'" one and one-halt cents fishing measure Intro'clucecl '

u\ >ull( l hI'> applied to the retlre- Another constitutional amendment by Representative (I. W. Ha-. The children and other relatives !

'u'ni' ni bonds of special road and sponsored by Koblnerau of zen, Bradford would permit FlorIda -: of Alexis Michael Andren desire i / '!,

ridP" I ist ricts. The remaining Dude, would allow widows! with residents to fish without a license to thdlr sincere thanks und "
would he divided as at dependents) If they poll tax re-. express :
nix a property tax possess fl
?I? exemption appreciation for the many kind : .
..
1'1"" 'ni one) rent going to the of $500. The measure would ce'pts to Identify them as residents lessee shown In their recent lllad-

"ouJl,, '. .IIHI i one cent to the state also apply to those losing 1 mbs: In of the the state 1'eruoiu, ness and for the large; and beautiful c I ',. ,I"t
,,nlll", .liool fund. A live dollar war or through misfortune under 21 and more than 55 years : I .
: fiord offerings. We also thank i .
n ,non dealers In Hanoi I neh of age do not need such receiptsthe IP r' .
I' the Bradford County Telegraph! for ,,
: :; .
I .
,
,lIti ", ,,. i petroleum products was The house of representatives bill states. The measure nlso I its courtesy of printing "P' -. "
: S :i /.
l I'' I ,"(1' rI i ,m the bill. went on record us favoring repealof was referred to the fisheries: com ,
the Bryan first and second mittee.I : ; c II

.>.11""MID" Swearlngen Barlow.a choice primary law and return to i ........................ ti'c ... ,'i ,

\ "II.UIHOI for a measure: fram- the old two primary system The' The voters of Florida under the M S 8. lpo A.-ci..!e4 .- ;c/ "

I icfordance with Governor vote terms of the concurrent resolution : BROOKERMl.ss
,,1 l 'in was G8 to 25. The bill originally -

: arin'"u taxation policy Payment introduced by John K Mathews Introduced by Senator Futcli of IViu-lo Gniney .

I f I ill ulurles and expenses aboll- cf Duval and vigorouslychampioned the twenty-third district. would be .

, 011 ni I ill state ad valorem taxes by D. Stuart (:dills of I asked to vote in the general election ........................

j spei-HIc, <' purposes except the one Walton was under of 1930 on whether the nextIcCIRlatul'e
,)it t ('lInsldel'ntion111I'actically
I Mr. H P. Galney and! son Kvcrett -
i ",IHiilioo] tax were the principal the entire day. / would be given the
) were business visitors to
revisions' of the bill. It also pre- power to "levy and collect ItliX\

I ,rlbc'b that all collections made The bill of Moon of Citrus to on Incomes or Inheritances of Gainesville Mi1 last Saturday.
and Mrs. L. H Gainey and
I departments, shall be abolish residents natural or corporate.
''j') states the office of bond trustees daughter. Lois were visiting In ,
! aid into the general revenue for county and district bonds scurried '
Lakeland and Plant City last Sun
, Citing the enormous amount of I
for
mid cover In the house when
- It real estate taken off the books be- day.Mrs.
came under the fire of amend-
R. W. Brannen and daughter. -
of Stanley
Florida would have a 2,000,000 ments. The measure seeks to vest cause tax delinquents
Pauline and Mrs. Drtggers of
the finance and taxa-
,re national: park housing the na- the duties of county and district urged senate Lake Butler were visiting here
tion committee to legislation I
un'B only natural tropical dls bond trustees in the state treasurer pass last Friday.

lily of flora and fiiana, under a Following a bref! appearancethe restoring this property to taxable
Mi1 and Mrs. Ivy, from Georgia afflu'r
status and also adopt laws to put
the bill
unanimously
paused by
ill sought safety In retaining
spent Monday night with their
teeth In the collection == _
oiise of representatives. The bill Its place on the calendar througha present daughtei, Mrs. R. M. Gainey.Mi1 -*** -%
I itroduced by Representative Rob- motion that It be statutes. Many property owners
"informally H. P. Tom
have Lewis Hodge, r1..3T rLcoi LAU L.coJJb
leiin Dude county provides for passed." the railroad olllclal declared FLCOfe-. PLAAJr"T
Grady Baxter and K. M. Huzen
,'qulslt Ion by the state of a tract tailed to pay their taxes becauseof ...,. "''"
business
were transacting instance :
'
( approximately 2000.000 acres Parker, of Leon put over his excessive assessments. Proper L.- L iascAir .; JM0Uiay.u. .. )u -; J; = ,
values he said could be restored
l the southern end of the pen- measure providing for the collection A. L. Greene transacting .\ RIG SMALL: iiorsu: Jr.
through the creation of a new appraisal was The architects have worked out the only hall In the entire house
isiil.i embracing lands in Mon- of
automobile licenses
; In the business in Starke last .
.
board empowered to corlert 'rlday.l'h' a simple and economical
Dude) and Collier counties. same very plan ( Halls are of little value living
'ie manner as defaulting railroad II. P. Gainey W. II White as
Tax dodgers ,, ( By R. C. Hunter
& Pro. Archts
and have
his under the past errors. combined with It an attractive 0
property. bill
taxes. It carries of
a I penalty and J. McLeod were transacting : !spares ) i IH I the very email
said be handled by passat ,
Stanley can New Yoik.
) exterior. Most houses
ould he tendered the United twenty-five per cent for non-pay-1 business III Starke last of
Friday.
time In which delinquent : I
intiiTor" use as a national paik. ment. It went over 41 to 26, definitely fixing be redeemed -- Mrs. Russ and sons J. B., Ernest this very modest size look like the second floor. This Is what

without debate Justices of the and other property laws may completely validating and Francis were visiting rela- F.dltol"s'llote: A "portfolio of "packing' boxes" for want of proper makes the house a big one In everything -
flu' Dade county racing andin peace courts again are under fire 101) small homes" R. C. Hunter .
tax deeds. tives In ThereHHii last Sunday. by roof I treatment" This I little' cot- / but ccmt.
.mutiiel 1 bill was reported fav- In the house. Meigs of OkalooHIi.Is Mr Garnet )Dukes Ernest; and & Hro. Architects
Is offered to (age will hold Its own among the The limndry heater etc, are lathe

ml>l\ from the house: committee gunning for them Yesterday Sen Herbert P. Cam of the Everett Hewitt of Dukes were vis- readers for $2.50. Send check or i most pretentious.( cellar. a
,i |,inbll' amusements by a vote of he ollered a bill to cut their compensation iting friends here lust
second district. sponsored a bill to Saturday order to I the edict A lot
1\\ 'n to $5 month. When money building : The rooms aie ('oll1lortllble. livable with a frontage of 50 feet ,
per "
acting as coroners the justices I make It unlawful to set: (lire to any night M,-. Russell Greene was visiting! ,'. rooms and not mere nooks would( give this hotiso a very nlco

I nili, '"i, provisions of IL bill Intro- would secure the same fees as now wild forest woods, lands, marshes Irlenchi In Starke last Monday. Inexpensive to build and If ro- The two nice bed( rooms ate sel ling.
the lands of another -
"u., (Ii I n the upper house by Sena- provided by law. The measure or growth by other upon than the owner or Mr R. H Irene was transact- ulres hut little housework a much larger t than one would! expect The complete working plans 4

ll'ibirr' P. Caro, of Pensacola. iitutlcully[ would abolish!! these: lessee. Vlolat'on would be I punishable ing business: In Starke lust Tuesday !Rood cozy home to ha proud of a to find they have cross ventilation and !specifications .of this house '

"' .iillniofH, I would be required to courts. by fine of not more than $ 1000 ,- I posnesMlon that will certainly give and /good closets The bath may be obtained: for nominal "I' '

," 'in,,' tux payments in install- or Imprisonment not exceeding Mr. Music, Tom Hodges R. P. more lusting satisfaction: than a i Is well ariunged and! there i Is not sum from the building editor, Refer '
,III,' It stipulates these puy- Caldwell, of Santa Rosa pro- I Low is, J 1t" '--in the basis of one-half or poses a constitutional amendment one year. or both. The provisions llazeh were transacting businessin unoh> of rent re'ellltR.I an I Inch: of waste space. Note t that to !bouse A-51. ::1""
would not apply to owners --
on. nt any tax bill on or before giving the state to taxes I
power levy or lessees of lands burning over Starko last Tuesday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13.' Clem- tioen ii I i'tu"d, uccotdlnti I tn law nnd of i In accordance with the provisions .
.'.n 'mlier 1. and the remainder on upon lands net aside for refor their own lands where the fire Is M.1. nnd Mrs. Guy Plnholster have horn tuitieil, over llUn ill of Chapter 9201 Acts of 1923. ,

before April 1. It also provides estation. Taxes also would be \hot allowed to spread: to the lands I and baby of Jacksonville spent 01111. Sheriff, ,,,'f iliad fold County Florida, ThlH notice. ,tinted the 3itl day of
'at If Installments Is not [paid levied upon timber and farming ot others. Sunday here with his parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan\ ( and Lo be folilNow .. !Muy A. D. 1929. '.

h'ii due (the amount with inter- products. They would be in lieu and Mrs. 1.V.. Plnholster. on, Clarence! were attending to therefore" I, an SheilfY tit w. j. )nt'pnnso.v.5N3t.B17 : ,

,t I. penalties. and (costs shall be of all state and county taxes. The A Joint! resolution Introduced by Miss Stellmae Ward, who hits business: Waterouk lust Friday .to."hi l I 111 county.. owner I ilo l, niul h..by, to nil gt vi.'iuM'noriHt'oiuprntul. notice : ( _Shell_; ,

,Met led and payment enforced In revenue would be used( In reforestation W. F. Caldwell. Jr.. Santa been spending some time In Jack- Ight.I ; Unit t tint HiiUI, titttlo I I will tEt'l't'l ,
I mnl.inie with laws relating to Taxes also would be lev- Hep. tux honviiiei: returned home last Sunday Mr.. and Mrs. L. I.,. Morgan and! .lie Huh! to t thf. hlHhHt: 1 bidder forrtiHli I ,
Uosa provides that the the assessor lit Theo TlHoll, Kh'M. the plncu
liei delinquent taxes. Munic- led upon (timber and farming prod : may assess taxes on territory '. hlldren were visiting in Starke wlielti sit 1(1. cMittln I I a,'e now .bc'lnHT liuldii Tn Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth JutlKlal t
,''RIIIII'( likewise are empowered U'tS. They would be In lieu of for reforestation. ; Miss Florence Ward of Jacksonville rlday night. ml ilotaliipd at lOncluLk on lililuv.Ilii Circuit, lliadfoid County, .

,,111'("t _taxes I in similar _manner___.nn_ .Hi...) ._Rtntfl_._. __ 'stud__n_ rnnntv_._ ._n.. taxt... >.s. The set aside for constitutional spent Sunday here with Mr. Hinds of Plenat City was :I :: I 17th day.. of Mny. A' 1)'(. I I'l.'O.; ; 1.'lol'hlta. .. -
r The resolution provides a I I the p ro'et't|M ,,,I' sit 1,1 Hale I to tliMpoHeil i i i hmnpnon (
amendment to amend her mother Mrs. T. P Ward transacting business here several of in nci'oilain" with t lie Complainant.VII. I

p-- ... ..- Among those attending churchat :,ays of last week. mo\iHlciiM of Chapter, UJOl AetH of'' .
-- referredto
-- ---- --- --- ---- and was ..
: Art. !9, Sec. 12. 19.:I. .Miirmirt-t, 'I'ho. p"nn.
the committee on constitutional New Hope last Saturday and Mr, Louis Shrlver was attending I'lilH not toe liitiMl: HIM 3rd' tiny of Defendant.It .
amendments. Sunday were: Mr. and! TMrs. J. J. to business In Starke last Tuesday May /\. l 11.. 1929. nimi'Hrlnif: : by nlllilavlt atlarhrdto I
How to Play Morgan! and won Clarence andMrs. M'ss Iris Iti,'own attended theunlorSentor w. J. ni'pnitsov.: t t the lilll In t th** uhove I tmiMv., I that I
given7 1 R-i-3t-5-17: t Shfillt., t hi r""III.or l t \ MaiHiiiet ThoiriiHonIK ,,
Bill by Sen. Phillips to amend 1 H. Gainey. banquet at of a state other tluiti the etale ofFhiilda
'I I I Mr. Orval Ward Wlldwood, I III Storks last Friday night. to-wlt.; 111,1 "KilxahelhHtreet : '
/ JIrj1RIDGE Chapter 11459 Acts of 1925 Lawsof SIIIMI: 10 ('0>'lIt I \( TOII4
/ Mr. and! Mrs M. V I laze n of 'Vay".'''"", C fleorffla, that
; spending: !Borne time here with his
act to ,
}Klorlda entitled: "An there IH no peinori In thn state. of ,
I authorize the Issuance: and sale of mother Mrs. T. P. Ward. Hawthorne! were visiting, friends Ht-nlml hlilM will In' t'oi.plvi'il livtlu t"lrrihit! :: k flown to altlant: service of '
; :
\ a.., I' -. rA9I / worth of Interest-bearing .!\oil'. and Mrs. I. L. Morgan am and relatives here last Sunday. > lloiinl of I llonil TfUNtiifH of Ilinil-, priirpHM 'upon I whom would Mini, the
Series $500,000 : -- fiiril I c'ountv Klurhlii, at I th a ollliof '" Hiilil. defendunt' hi thin milt for dl- J,
3 d. 1928-29 byWynne I bonds by Columbia county for the children spent Sunday In Luke I Iht* Htietary of the board atStui voles I, ,

purpose of hard-surfacing State I City with Iriends and relatives. ............. .......... he. 1"ln..hlll.. until 10 o'clot ain 1'1' 'is: TiuaiinFimB ounnnnn 5t
I Ferguson Mrs. S. L. Kubanks; and fill! '' at I hatLI t that Hiild' I iion-reHldent defentlunt he
28. and C) ,
: 5 A State Hoad
Road No n't 1' '\.'a't'J:;| ;;: ; : ,>leailn: rand 1 und niipenr, to the bill In thin rilllM**, *
I Author of 'priACTicAL AucTioM PRIflC1" haiclsurfacing a rood from dren are now making their homeIn : TI1ERESSA iriuhbliitf I the. t..ll11wlnll' "load In I ILultnrtl on Monday June :aril I IOJO tithetwlno
I Lake City. We all wish them the alli'ifatloim. of mild bill will botnlten '
line via a I
to the Georgia county:
...... ==-= : Lake City MNN Rlincla ZI'I""I1'r Oir. Ia
--- happy home there. I KoiiU, 'i... a III I noil Itrillil No, 28 by I IIH confi-HHi-d HiraltiHt I von 'Jr
lienlcm: and to build a complete IT IH 1 t.'uiti'ijr.it: lilt 'Kltiil.: : thnt t I ,
.
I IfnllM anil CIrltllH' 'Itoad NoH
1 I to
Jr. system of lateral roads throughout MI' Old Crawford of Wade ..O..O................ This 1 .total: niiantltv: : ; .t':the Itcnin. i that I t hits notice be publlHhed ........ .a week i
Haiti county, to provide for the I "sppnt, Sunday here with his fain }rr.mrHiilH. uie, deHlKMl are an follow: I for four. .'nne'iitivn' I \eekH, 'In Itrad- 1
ARTICI: To: :23T folil, County TeleKluph I publlMhtitl I I In
and Ana II)'. Delayed from lust' week. Clcurlnif and BiubhliiK, la.b t aacri'M. ,
/ payment of the Interest_ I,_.. "'_.,..I_ .,S nnn_ .' ,.M...... on.... it,..... ,,,_... Ia .. T.... ._ _._..__. I SIiirliiHhirldil. r _!! ._ on t
re-pnt irtulci, attention bns bee A IjM,! three dnm"n'f!*. V nn'l! H n'1Q..d| .redemption of said bonds; to pro ice*. 'u II" UL LJUCTUHHO mitt'' n. 4S D. n. v. JSIJI IIViVi All I I wot'k to tm done i In art'ordiinro wri'M'JtH One hnn i or II. w. AIdi I- ,

.iii-ii! 10 the imnoi tanco of the Ijiisincs (anil Z aj!!;ain doubled. Such a double i* vldo for the appontment; of trustees his regular appointment here la1t of Philadelphia' were dinner with the planM nod In..II'II'II"n") t 'rman, '.' t thlH, Clerk'the ntiil 2ith(the day seat of) of April thlHcourt .

.1'.''"""v double. I In that connection still an inform;,tr'ry double\ and is nsk- to handle the expenditure of Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. 1) May HpuelfliMitlonN liradforil I and county.I piopOHiil' I and contract A. l II.. I92U. a '

Jiiowmt.quotation from an article ir.g pirtner to Lid his long suit. Apassed. the proceed of said bonds and to AU'. L. A. Brown was a business last Thursday.Mr. I I'h" lulu( I I..* imer\eil. to reject any (U. W. AMiraiTVAN(8KAI. '
t h. subject; visitor to Graham last ( : .) t Clerk Cliciilt' Court. 'd
ami nil hldH.I'laiiH
\V. Dalton the willi the itand what and conditions Monday '
Ly V following terms
: provide
upon and !Mrs. J. C. Dubose and and Ifli'iitioni t Im My 111.1'11111I.I>I' rM.\N. 1 U. C. 'I'a I
i'ii is
.. minority, IS 1 learts K shall Into effect M.. Tarvas Denmark of Jacksonville may
nost interesting: 6,5 this act go children of Vero Beach I the otlli' 'e of I the ftcrt tnry A. H. ItUWH: ,
lucre are some players who have Clubs K, 10. 9,8,6 ," by adding an additional see: spent Saturday night spent ,r'Thlt I nt Sharks: Klorlda' : I IN Holkltor for Complainant f a

ally' ever been known to double.V Diamonds 10, 5, 3 lion thereto giving Columbia: here with friends and relatives.. Thursday here with Mrs.\ Dubose's H, :.IA'I"!'It I'W$. 5-3-ft-5-3l. "' Io'riviu

t'lI to cull them 'bumble bees'. be Spades 5,4 county and! the state road department The Brooker H. Y. P. U. are aisLe,'. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. iA. Kim-ir.! *'hairriiiiii.! I 'P"5I% ,.

'me they had no sting. They will bet! bid four club1! All passed end V 7. the right to use the proceeds motoring over to f!rah am Sundayafternoon Miss\ Thelma Sullivan left Thurs- Huri-ftary. 5-.1-5t-S-31 In Circuit Court, bradford County i

"cir hands up as far as they dare but easily made five clubs and the game of the said bond issue for the pur- and wish everyone to be day for Vero Beach.where she will I|I-...e.,Florida[Powell In Chancery., i'I a

never accms to occur to them to losing only one diamond and one club pose of grading as well as hard preoent. spend some time with friends and :NO'IK'1-1 Complainant.v ,
'utile their opponents. trick. Be on the lookout for such Lurfaclng the roads specified In M,*. and Mrs. Alvin demons ot *.

Other go to the opposite extreme hands, particularly when holding three: said act. Ferry spent the week-end here relatives. Noth-e In hereby given to t'n- 1 Eliot 1'iirker widow et ill.lpfemlantM. ,

*l are always looking out for the op four-card suit,. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr.\ Arthur Milliken of Hampton known the owner dfHrrlbed' of.,citnln anti to cattlehereliiittter nil appearing by. .utlldavlt' append ), ) a

>"tunity to double sometimes very Here is another fine example: I \M\IS: : MiniAKh; AM UKU); h'. demon spent the week-end here with other Interested' perion' that:: I ...dIt to \the bill flled, In the above o' a

'Wisely. It is by no means difficult. M,'. Gerald Adkins and baby friends and relatives.Mr. wherenN. ttirtaln, cattle dvHcrlbt-d. im ..Ii. lice I that I It In. believed by e.mplainiint I

)J lay? a trap for a player' of this calibre Example Hand No. :2 J The many relatives and friendsof spent Sunday in Hampton with \ C. Sullivan were In Starke follows One ,blade to-wlt; Nicer: yearling, white Mae WntHon that, lists Maud, Itennett I'arker John lila .,i o.; a a

t to ;induce him to double one out Mr. Alexis Michael Andreu were friends and relatives.Mrs. Saturday afternoon.Mrs. plile I on hip: flop split, llnderblt, one llennctt dt A. \v. HepluH. IH ll nonreeldent ?aj I
ne rash (doubler is, in my opinion the \ Y : saddened by his death at Lacoo- E. 1\1. flaxen and son, Alpli ear, iind.*rNiuare| upper. bit other of he State of Florida, t
Susie that the address a '
'06t dangerous Hardee and childrenare ear, unbrnnded. In /ir.. !Mild partner to cut with. I : An : chee last Wednesday morning at were visiting in New River last visiting her A. Sullivan andi>ne 10. have been. nelaed byorder are' known to him and ,
father
very much sooner have a rash : Z : eight o'clock. lie was taken serIously Tuesday, of the Htale Live Htcu'k Haul- that upon dlllirent Inquiry he IK Unable ,
,-Jeras: a partner." 111 with heart trouble about Mr. L). L. Jones and children of: John Hall of Starke visited at tary Hoard under I the provlHlonn of to .ascertain their addreHil' I that

Oneof the interesting situations that Hearts K. Q J, 2 Wlldwood spent Monday night the home of his brother Clyde Chapter tl21JIh 'Act of 1923 becaimeKR they each that are over twenly-..". yearnof I; .
tile three weeks prior to his death. |<| i'att ve (not been dipped axe; there IH no pemon 'In
'' 'In Auction| is the proper bidding Club* A, Q.JF. 9 He was one of Starke's oldest here with her sister Mrs. K. M. Hall Saturday.D. Hui-ordlnK to lawn, and have .liven the Htate of Florida known to him.

.1111'hands and that contain three four-can Diamonds K, Q 3, 2 citizens, having been born here Ualne)'. \V Moore and David Moore ford turned County over to Florida me UK Hherlff!! to 'b of Mobl 11 rail- service would I bind of a either subpoena of' bald upon defendant whom ".'

a fin8et| n- Here is a fine Spades 10 the Mrs Lyon Crosby returned home ... *
ui
over seventy-eight years ago were in Starke Saturday afternoon. Now therefoie I, n* Hherlff of a
lampe of f the proper way to handle No score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid, Francis Michael Andreu last Friday after spending some Maid county, do hereby. give noticeto IT is TiinrcEFonn/ OUDRRKD.
tie difficult lion of Mrs. J. R. Wilkinson of Lulu I Ix, that ,the snOt! | .. .
hands: one heart. A and Y pissed and B bid Seville time In Greensborough with her the owner nnd to all perMoimconcerned defenriantH Ktintlw:
who emigrated from I'arker. Ma alas WatHon .Mauds. Hon ,a ,
doubled informa- visiting her son, J. n. Wilkinson.Mrs. that the Hiild tattle will
Z (
one spade. now Span.! to St. Augustine and on to mother, Mrs. Johnson.Mr. lie until to the hlKhent bbliler for n..tt. John Kennvtt, nnd A.
Example Hand No. 1 tory); A passed; and V bid two hearts. Starke In the eighteenth! centuryand Aubrey Brinnou of Starke, \ J.P. D.cklnson; and children cnHh ut Theo TlHon 1
His bid indicated that he had no passed: through here last Monday and Calvin Hall, were business where mild tattle are now being/ held are hereby required, to appear.
of Starke's founders. to the bill died
diamonds was one und detained at 1 10 o'clock! on Krl- In mild calls on or I aq
;: y particular strength in clubs or lie had lived In Bradford county on his way home. visitors In Starke last Fri- 17th day of A. l>., before Monditv. June Jid 1929. oth'a'
An ;: hut that he held at least three of his life until about three Mr. Lyon; Crosby was visiting In ,':li."hh"e; nroceedx of MO f.r' Cute. to erwUe the allegations of mild$ bill I
all .
be disposed of In accordance will be taken ax confessed by each
: Z hearts. B passed.Z day.Mr. with
1
: Alachua last
years ago when on the death of Friday.Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cooper and e "-.iviMiunn of Chapter 12111.et") of Maid' ,defendantM
decided hid three clubs '
now to Caroline Wynn Andreu U. \V. Hazen spent the week of 1923. I'r is FuiiTiiKit: tutnnriEn, that f '4
his
lIearts.Q! !, 8.7 and later to show the diamonds so that wife end here with friends and rela- children and Lucille Dickinson Thin notice ,btts.l the 3rd day of thIs. order be publlHhed once a week Jc '
ClubaA, J. I 5 lie would be sure to get the best bid of I he made his home temporarilywith t! were visiting Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. I' May A. 1), 1929. for four conneiutlve weekM In the ,
lJiamon his daughter Mrs. Charles vea. \v. J. )':i'nns!(oN. :lirnilfoid County Teleirrnph. a new.'i
s -6 the comoincd hands His hand was so ,,_ _, ___, __ Dickinson Sunday.Mr. .... ..... ',.::
u A tr IIVA Miss Clara Rmlfh watt vtultlno'/ _1I.I.I..II1'1!_ ..'u.. .... I icr puMlHheil t In Mtarke._.I irs..1...f..t..
Snalp. ,.._ jie iiv u -- n -
A rT 'Pf A menu; m Litiuiiuuriiea.
-"""* I strong that he felt sure that game and 'V d-Su';; d Y' \ Florida.
I f) -n..J. law-abiding friends In after! and Mrs. John Hall were C"\VWiN\ -3
of peaceful,
the life ( 5'4
'Z' a
Iore. first game. dealt and bid! rubber was possible if the hand was the Heal 1 of this (court aa ) :
noon. I visiting relatives here 'U'I'l It 1-1. IIHI,> the
1e being one Sunday.Mr. name of lb." w A ,
honorable citizen Merman
and
spade. A : '
and! V passed and bid played at tha best !,ill. A passed the 1l.rk of I ; i a
Mrs. Gld Crawford and children \ .urt this I the 27th day, oi
valued. Mrs. W.
and O. Hlnson
Uiamoiils the county's most attended Ia.
Z three hearts of April A. ).
V bid I !
now ""d the opp'r. lhree club bid and In Lacrosse NotliMt In hereby given tinknown. J129. t'
were visiting last ,
IUty he had 1 11 been waiting for; that is showily: a preference for hearts oc lie had been a consistent member church In Hampton Suh- the owner or lalO cattle U.V.. A1.flS1t.fAJ.: : ia
Ihow weakness in and of the Baptist church at NewHIveI' Sunday. day. hereinafter tlenrrlliixl. and to nil Hf'AI: ,) (lerk C'lrnlilt.Solicitor ('uurt
diamonds clubs.When Mr. Dock Thomas and Miss Mut- other Interested pernon that where- By lJ/"I'I"/ AL1>1'lur\N.: D. e. .
length in hearts and ciub in addi. B passed Z bid four diamondsso for the past forty-three I his were visiting here last Mrs. J. J. Zelgler, Ruth and a.. certain. cattle de"d'lIoll an fol-' A. 1'1.' ttpw: '
.
'n to the spade he would be to the years. Interment was at the New Friday lows, to-wlt: for Complainant, lt-S-St-8-31/ (
.. strength he already that sure play Walter Zelgler and Mm. S. S. Paul
indicated. of the three suits. A liver cemetery, with services conducted Miss Elsie Barry, Roberta Con- Two heai of rattle property of: ,
"Izs land at the best visiting In f'nknown.; marked ( branded 1%OTI'I TO II lI'rft"II!S .,'ii '
bid Rev. L. W Klckllter erly. Verlle Thomas and Mr. Mar- were Hampton Monday an< an
propE'r at this stage Li a double passed and V with the following hand: by follow, to-wit: One leddlnh-brown ('Itl.fll'lolt'5: ,
the
two diamond Such a double of Hearts- A, 10,8 his life-long friend. Rev. Ray ma onerly were visiting In Graham afternoon. COW' .dehorned marked crop nplltunderblt .

'1 adverse suit bid after Clubs K 6 mond pastor of Starke Baptist last Sunday Rev. J, Mullady and daughter on one enr. two Swallow Notice 'I.7 hereby given that alt J L
originalJ :
an
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dealer ,ted. Mr. John I'ow- Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thomas fork uno>rl>lt other .ear iinbrnnileil; erelitnrs. Legates, DliitrlbutevH.
with church assf
and Diamonds -J 9,6,4 > Miss Heryl Mullady\ of Jacksonville riot l and and
..J no intervening one white 1.111..1 cnlf. un- all ,
persons '
from and Mrs. Truman huvlnw claIms ,
partne i is 9 8 7,4 all of the Starke Baptist church Thomas and murkeil ami I unhrunileil.. 'In HrauToril. against
ubI. !, an informatory Spades were visiting friends in our the eNtate of llnrvey M 9nivdeide
> ,
!. It children of Lawtey, were visiting! "Unt" In Zone 10 have h.*en Hflxrfl -
there 11'.1.
that was a
Cala request to Partner also passed, figuring sang. section last Tuesday. are hereby required to prent -
l by order of the State Live Htm k .. j
bidS here last the ,
rovm-,. the ('oun'y name duly,,' authenticated to I

lf he has at least four cards in han in hearts. one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth; Mr. Andrews and son, Guy, were \OTICH' lon of Chapter 9201, Aim of 1921.i ty, Judge his of olllcn' riradford In the coun
t.suit dia. brother Mr. transacting business here last >*i.ttui<.. nalil rattle have not h",,ntllppeil d'C court .a iiit-"t
1 a1no help' for his partner's Y's judgment was good for at Johns of Starke; one house In of Htarke, within I
accordIng and have
'its 11Ia1: bid. If both of the other two monds Y Z scored five odd game and F. A. Andreu of New River; eight I Monday. Notice I'* 'hereby 0,1't"1: caVt I. l been turned 1 over to to miH law" HhrrllT of on.'l..year. from date thereof. or this t '
n will .
are too weak to bid and he holds rubber; while at hearts game was im- children Mrs. W. II, Green. Mrs. Mr. Allen Greene and daughter known. the owner ..1 Itra
I,ee he or more of hia Partner's original possible. A held four hearts and B had F. B. Johns and Mr. Ira W. An- Gracie and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were ether hereinafter IntereHted described pernonii. and that whereas to all- saId Now I county therefore, du hereby I. aa give Sheriff notice of late are required to pay to the Hale Ham de iyaa ia '

IIhould bid two of that suit. Of a set-up spade suit.Thus it would have dreu of Starke; Mrs. Charles) A. visiting In Starke last Monday.Mr. certain rattle described an fol- to the owner, and In all pcmonii concerned forthwith to the underpinned. admin .
istrator.Jhla .
rie. if f he Hft such strength been impossible for V Z to make gameSt Moltt and Mr. Neuton E. Andreuof Albert Surrency and sons, lows to-wit: that the said tattle will be the a
,t.he suit great the bidding in these Lacoochee Mrs. W. A Alvarez itallle and Gene were transacting (InC bay horpe poor In fleeh. In sold to the hIghest bidder for faun ISth. day of March, A. D. -! a
as to warrant a hearts. Study ; iradford County, In Zone 10 have at Then Tlnon Klelil. the place where ,
*iefdthat he can defeat the bid, he example hand. and try out the principles and Mr. George G. Andreu of Jack- business In Starke last Monday teen seized by order <>t 'IS.. mate!! aid cattle are now beIng held and A. 8. CHoIIW8 1'' f11
.r.:.pa.s. involved for they are very m- sonville. and Mrs. S. I>. Stroup of Mrs. Clyde Saucer of Baldwin, -Ive tock!! Sanitary Board under dxtaliiod. at 10 o'clock on Friday, the Admin I..trator or e" ate 01{ I
'wo.er Z'a he provisions of Chapter 9201 Act 17th day of May, A. I'.. 1929. the Harvey M 8nyder: ; dlte.aMed. o
double of two diamonds, tructive. Crystal River, as well as a large spent the week-end here with her of 1913, C..caus. said; cattle have act l>roc* clJt of said sale to ..1 disposed 3-22-01-6-17.!) 4 'I,

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FRIDAY, MAY 8
rAO"; .irnri BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARK.K. FLORIDA 10 tnzn
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f fly pest has been In Florida for' MANY ATTKXD HL'HIAL Knight Mrs. Maggie Saunders, COUNTY AOKNTH: HELP:
;: ; Bradford County Telegraph years and years They are noteonl'rned OF MIAMI: I'OMCKMAX: Mrs Addle Saunders and Mrs. IX FIGHT AG.IIV rT ii.,y

., I From Other Pens ] the damage Loney Drooker of Green Cove
over possible Gainesville Cuuii' ,
; Established 1877 A large delegation of Lake (City 1..11111'11prea! and "
ih' that Springs; Mrs
( Is said to await unmolested district agents, and -<
I 1J'< i
funeral ,
M \v A. attended 1 I services of West Palm
I --- sway of t the pest. They Infer '. :Mrs Mary DeLoach : the Agricultural Exti-n; ,",,,,
l\1aml:
and Entered as Second Class Hi lit It is "mostly newspaper talk." of Sidney ( Crews Beach three brothel's1.: J.. C. (.
I1t Published Weekly on Fridays Paradise lost Is In the upper policeman which were held In the ; have been called on to I" "?,
We would like to look nt it that
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. part of this state.-Palmetto News way, but we do not believe that 'Swift Creek cemetery, Bradford T. and W. M.and Harris other of relatives.GreenCove I I fight against the Miiii,. ., ''I'.
,; last afternoon TheM Springs u
county Sunday fruit fly and will ,IKMI, ,,.
:
Sure South Florida lost It. 'he federal government; usually 1 11e I
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will conducted '
S. Matthews ______________._ _____Owner and Publisher -0Hlslory Mow to act, would so willingly and \V. A. lodges of Lake City Lulu Funeral the services Rev. O. A. Prevalt. for Interstate shipment 1 'II, ,
and Sanderson were In charge of : by .,
and vegetables ,
; accordu
4.: C. Hobinson _._____________________ Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION doeR not say that old quickly nuarter millions appropriate of dollars four to and combat a- the ceremonies Those from here pastor of the Mlddleburg Baptist ruling la'd down by ,lit?, ," ,
Holomen had fuss of the ,
King -
.. .-- ever a attending: / were W. M. Tomllnnon, church, at the residence parents department of agrieultmirState ,,a
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Is considerable
If there
no i
-- Times-Union. Hut when a petit morning I
history o'clock this II
Martin Christie T., P. Owens Dr. ntk 10 Plant Board \\I
RATE says he had a thousand wives that danger of the consequencesof ) < C, S. llardnge and Williams will be In
/' : was sufficient. neglect; to cope with It-Plant H A. Edwards, G. S. Wilson The recent ruling of h il 6,. I '
''Ii t
City Enterprise.Have S'strunk.: charge.IHtAHIH' State Department of Ac., i ''I'I'
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance --- -----0----- The pallbearers were L. C. Rivers HKQl'UST: : IS divides the state into Un., ''f''
Two million quarts of strawber- '"
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and W. K. of Lake
Advertising Rates'on Application. r'e have been shipped from Brad you ever been I In a village Tbompklns CAM'fl-ATKU! TO HUM* infested stories': protecti\ '".,
J. P. Hardln and Chas. Agerof
i ford county. Starke can now sing"You're when a fire broke out? Pistols pop.I I City KID M'ATK: OP' l'iSTOrlando. : and the remainder of ,th< I
Lulu and A. DiMeglio and W. F.
people shout, dogs bark and the a whole. Infested zoo> II'
the Crpam on My Strawberries d
she is still earth village equipment comes dashing Barefoot: of Sanderson. 3. The properties known to I h. ..,
; Next Sunday is Mother's Day If on go TlmeH-Uiiion. The deceased was well known in )Fla May -
and all :
: surround'ng
? ---0Ir down t the main street pulled by a burning of every peach tree, flg I pr"I'1'| \
this about
Ills death
f number of huskies at that vlcnlty. came a distance of one mile. t I' .
to her. a speed bush In Florida
see Carlton and (
In
puts the state In Miami while mem- tree guava
on duty as a ,
makes the sand fly ln' a veritable farmers and zones Include all propiirounding ?1 .
p-- the pr'nllng business the rear end ber of the Miami Miami police force. wan asked! of Florida ,
infested
won't be fog. You've missed a "great deal today by Dr. Wllmon zonetance i .f
cf a Ford In. It with the Crows and a police companionwere grove owners
The Sanford Herald might at least explain the necessityof front cud of a LIntoype.,High of excitement If you haven't attended chasing a negro robber and Newell" state plant commissioner The of county nine miles.
agents all
a village fire. Times- and :
lands County Pilot. in the Crews fell "Kveiy 1 peach tree fig tree
running gunflght/: Inspectors! but .
stockings. come
fireproof Union. Most of the Florida villages bush should he hunted, \ u
----0--- now have the most modern mortally wounded. The negro was guava out'l permits for shipment,
t o Girls used! to pull up their later killed by Crews' companion. dug up by the roots ami( ,
flro equipment] to lie found.Starlie .- these fruits are likely to pose of t the permits i if. i I" ,
for
frocks and jump on a chair whena *
If any additional tax is placed gasoline, bootlegging house ran by. Now they merely Telegraph!; Clermont's $12- \11.MAM c'\ ".\ltlUSTO ry the fly through," Newell said shipment: of such fruit
Jump on a {'halr--TlnIt' -Unloll. 000 Amerlcaii'LaFrance truck Is HI;: muiii:! TOIMY this afternoon. Members[ of tire tables as can move in
ta'' gas would prove profitable. Wonderful< tiling happen In Jack- exactly like the one that was tedcral quarantine group In Or- with the new regulatio! I
plenty good enough for a city of to Ing interstate Bhipmenii-
Florida realize -
o son yule. I Jacksonville, May 6.lIl1amC. lando today urged .
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I,000 we used to live In in Indiana. the Mediterranean -
of
Air -o- Harries aged/ 22, a resident the seriousness Crooked breast boni--' .
Pleads
"Chamber Head on i
headline. : Clermont Press. H Indicated -
'i Times-Union A tunnel under Tampa bay i of Green'Cove Springs, died at a fly hazard. was are the result of m.nerul to Crush Fly." Give him a solid foundation.0 from Piney Point to St. Petersburg --0- 'hospital at Starke early yesterday that possibly no fruit In their feeds.
has been talked. Hut who Governor Carlton made what Is morning. Interment will be in would be .shipped from Florida
run view )Florida's glorious scenery regarded as an excellent selectionfor : Beulah cemetery today. SurvivIng next year. "The situation Is desperate U. S. rural free, dellv.. '
: when traveling in tunnel? the East; Coast member of the are his mother, seven sisters, and If we hesitate the bat- I'
a
of the legisla- -
the remaining days established In New Pori I h
weeks to road In Ernest: Newell.
With three go, Mate department declared
I Times-Union. Financed by Tampa Mrs. Winifred' lleree! Mrs.\ Pearl tle will he lost
the order of a nightmare. n. Graham, business man and( farm
tive session will be something on I and St. Petersburg sheiks?
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,.hl There are 170,000 automobilesIn all those people I of that 1I(>l'lIonwho ,
Some of the Florida papers think the order to spray all l Florida on which no personal wish to see practical abilityIn I
modelT. property tax has been paid, according the conduct of the state's
automobiles to kill insects is hard on the few remaining extensive -
to Senator W. T. Gary. and important road build-
Fords. That Is 0110 reason payment of this ing operations. The state road department -
tax should be made a necessary board members
are mE'1Iof
o requisite to obtaining an automobile character, capability and strict chinning Saturday

1 "Stump knockers" is the name of a specie of fish in Flor- ]IIl'ense.-Ocala Star. honesty From Messrs. Bentley,
-0-- Shands, Perkins, Bayliss and CJra-
: ida lakes. It would also be a good title for those poor fish in A trip through the fly Infested ham, We may expect a good! administration -

J1'r i the legislature who want to substitute posting of notices on area will convince anyone of the -and a thoroughlyclean
\ seriousness> of the situation facing one.-Tnmpa Tribune May 1 11th
4 trees in place of legal advertising in newspapers. lo'lorlda.--.Slarke Telegraph. Especially -oCOngreHSman

?,.1 n o if one has private reasons Lex Cli'} !'en of the 1
for not wanting his car stopped
Second Florida district won the
.V" The future will show the benefits coming to the county and searched.-Gainesville Dally rcputat'on! sere today of being a

(' frpm a national forest within its borders, and the value of reforestation Sun.quarantine Try Is home on. brew while the the go-R6tter house> and members was plir.-.i" \,i few hand days by we will have on display for

::4 will be shown in actual operation. The temporary --0--- ago the house decided to petition
s i than offest in the to come. Love, marriage and lament was the Florida rongriMHinan for a I
will years
loss in taxes more the theme song of the column of
y copy of the United :r;tat i house
0-- 'editorial paragraphs In the North I I of representatives' manual of ,rubs
l- !\fllr'on News loot week.--Ocala for each of Its members who desired
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Editor! Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent gives Banner. That Is the order in which same. Naturally many (>t tiLl, !I ONE WEEK

n i a one of his reasons for favoring a sales tax the fact that Florida the three run.-Bradford County feeling that we would as soon noil
Telegraph. So we have heard. have this little hand-out from Uncle I,
who do not
i and 500,000 pay
has between 400,000 negroes Ocala Banner
Sum, since! we had! been paying ,
five percent of the state tax, yet thirty percent of the state -o-- federal taxes In one form or anoth- .
nn/1M for During Ranfcird'a "lie 1 Kind to 'ei'' made requisition: for a coup
M1 "The white people
benefit.
for their pay
tax is expended
t.
Animals Week" some of the married each. The other congressman
their schools, for the roads! they travel on and nearly all their men stayed out until the wee wrote that they couldn't get them, THE NEW FORD
of government." email hours of the morning. but Green wrote back that
share in every department Bradford County Telegraph. Yes, considerable' effort he bad got
j t o and wo'lbet\ they weren't treat them, but Green wrote back that

'''t When members of Florida's house or representatives 'ed._. very kindly when they came In.Sailford after considerable effort! he had '
Herald. got them up] and was sending a I TOWN SEDAN
'y ; ? wanted copies of the house rules and manual the sergeant for --0- copy to each\ member from the 'j

the house was instructed to write members of congress to fur- Members of the Florida legislature second district asking for same
were told they should visit a Being In time second district, Mr.Mlllhmor .
nish representatives in their districts with the book. :Mr. manicurist. Judging liy the pictures and the editor will get a i

t Drane sent two copies ; all he could secure Mrs. Owen was we've seen of them, they copy each Madison KnterprisoIlecorder. 1
might also stop In at a beauty par- I MT '
unable to secure a single copy; the supply has been entirely -\VauchuUi Advocate Your -0- ,

exhausted. Lex Green promptly mailed every representativein suggestion Is out of order, Advocate HASKItAI.LThrough : ,
M We sent I them there StssEJfesJTHE
to
his district a copy, after taking two days to unearth! a sup- cut t down taxes In other up words to the-kindness of Mr. K. i I II Ii

ply. Service, with a capital S. "skimp" not "primp."-Sebrlng C. Tappen\ the baseball team of

r -_- News. Starke was able to play a match
-0 I game with Lawtey Saturday afternoon I
Although we do not favor,some of the methods advanced Congress In session! again, and I This team is one of the out-

for raising addtional taxes, it must be remembered that conditions we predict that It will do much 'standing attractions of Starke and ,i
more In the tariff for the eastern deserves credit for playing such a
," in Florida call for drastic remedies. Some radical departures manufacturer
He than It will for the : good game, piling up the score
u, from the usual channels of raising taxes and handling tarmers.' Madison KnterprlseHtcordei against the Lawtey boys 18-10.
-. As long as the farmersare Following; is the lineup I
of expenditures are included in the reform measures now divided among themselves J.ltchl'r-l\Iltch )Kd words. i Ii

before the two houses, and opposition to their passage will they will get It where they always Catl'her--Doc lilggs. .
do-In the neck Senator Robinson let base-James Holllngsworth.
"I: crop'up. Like the gas tax measure, now accepted as a fair and( other democratic leaders 2nd base--Paul Raymond. ; NEW FORD TOWN SEDAN is designed for those
and equitable law for building highways, the proposed new from farm states are opposed to 3rd base--Stanley Benentt.
higher tariff on farm products. The RF.--Billy Long. who desire the convenience of moderate size and the distinction
measures have sufficient merit to be given a fair test in actual big manufancturers know what LFVPrescott Gill.

operation. they want and go after it.-Dada CF. Kdward Raymond. I of fine car construction. It makes a modern and
City Banner. W. T. Weeks being a businessman I
o- -0-+- I I was unable to be with the most convenient kind of family; conveyance-powered to
1 That Governor 'Carlton's measure providing for tax collectors A number of older residents team. Next game will be played
c have expressed belief_ that_ __ the_ fruit In !_KtnrkoThe _,. meet present day requirements. The body is longer than
n n on n
I 1 to issue auto tags and that personal tax must be paid ;:: no. :: ,
: other Ford thus
affording unusually
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passenger cars, an
: before the\: tag is issued:; is a good measure can be seen from

j1 J the following: There are 985 cars and trucks on the tax books L./.. roomy interior. In appearance the new Ford town sedan is

1, of Bradford county, while license tags have been issued to i! I quite imposing. It is of the three-window: four-door type.

1313 cars and trucks. Allowing 128 for tags issued to cars The lines are low, long and straight. And this suggestionis

outside of county this mea'ns there are in the neighborhood r.. I emphasized by the smart French roof quarters and the

Ilr> of 200 cars and trucks in Bradford county not paying one cent
I belted moulding which runs sharply back from the radi
of property tax. Any form of taxation must of necessity be I
ator and circles the entire The Town
Sedan offered
'' high when one-fourth of the taxpayers evade payment of!I I body. is

3 ; their just portion. I I I in a number of attractive color harmonies. Nickeled

F 0- I headlamps, radiator and door handles provide attractive

; The Telegraph! did not support Governor Carlton in the .\\1\,1\\:;,\/ I touches of brightness. There are nickeled cowl lamps, too,

13 primary of last year, but since his nomination in the Democratic :' Season Opens Next {Week I and the smartest sort of finish strip at the juncture of hood

1 primary he has had our whole-hearted support. This isj"' LET JONES OUTFIT YOU I and cowl. The plan of the body affords the utmost room
the only attitude any Democrat in the state should take, re- f

qj gar less of his own preference before the primary, still there C and comfort. Wide doors give easy access to both front
I 'h Drop in, this afternoon, We'llbe and
say rear There is
compartments. head
is persistent rumor in Tallahassee! of a concerted movement exceptional room.

r by defeated politicians) and political enemies of Governor mighty glad to talk over your The driver's seat is wide and deep and completely cushion

Carlton discredit the administration and organizing to fight I fishing plans with you. We have the I i I ed. It is adjustable to the convenince of the driver-an appreciable -

j measures sponsored by the governor for relief of taxpayers. latest dope on how they're biting feature on sustained trips. 'It is instantly and

a The tax measures given the legislature by Governor Carlton 'C'
around
your casting grounds; and easily moved by means of small handle in
a inconspicuous
should be given close study and unless the lawmakers can devise -
we'd like to help you select good the front of the
center seat just above the floor. The
(fl a better plan of relief they are under obligation to the I rear
tested tackle that will bring in
t people who sent them to the legislature to support the administration a seat is particularly roomy. Five persons may be comfort

it measures. ,. l large quota of big fellows' Here ; ably accommodated in the New Ford Town Sedan. The

0 ? 1" are some "sure-strikes"' for all good I seats deeply cushioned
are in soft, pleated cloth. And the
: For those who are under the impression that newspapers \ waters. i interior is trimmed throughout in harmonizing materials

"get rich" from legal advertising, it might be of interest to ( :
Level-Winding Keels of rich texture. The flexible
transverse springs of the
be shown that legal advertising rate is less than the commercial -

p rate. An advertisement costing $3.00 at legal rates would j. Steel Kits i chassis assure riding comfort. Houdaille shock absorbers

k be exactly double if charged for at commercial rates. Legal I front and rear enable one to take roads as they come, with
i Bristol
rates are set at $1 per inch or 8 1-2 cents per line for first m Jointed Steel Rods ,i the utmost facility and ease. The comfort of the new Ford

irj ins ertion; 50 cents per inch or 4 1-4 cents per line for each Full Line of Artificial Baits Town 1 Sedan is appreciated than
more ever when the trip
li additional insertion. The commercial rate is $1.20 per inch :! is of cross-country duration.

1 or 10 cents per line for each insertion. On delinquent tax j SPECIAL SALE

sales, the newspapers are paid the magnificient price of 3i;
Aluminum {Ware{ 25c to 50c Saturday Only
cents (per single column line per issue. These prices are paid

for a type of advertising requiring absolute accuracy, or the j Best of Quality-Lou-test of Price J. W. Andrews

advertising is void and proceedings must be started over DeWITT Jr.
C.
again. When you hear some fellow spouting about the cost of) JONES ,

legal advertising and that it should be curtailed, put it down i( I STARKE, FLORIDA'l'

that it is not the cost but the publicity In newspapers that he !I HARDWARE

wants to ati'oid.w jI I
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