Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02385
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,f' PASSES TO NEW HANDS Bonus By Green Application to File LIMIT TERMS Special U. C. V.Train Reunion To ROAD MADE STATE ROAD 28-A r: :r

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'" \dminlralor! -IIN 11alorllyluck! --- Representative---n.-A. Green stat- OFFICIALS INumber With the Rebel I ;;; yell as the of- I Due to efforts of Representative '} :, : 1r'
" Holding <<> (;I'lUI.| of LocalIlllHllU'HM Work ed that thero IH still f 'I ,;
StartedOn a largo number tlHul starting( ; s'gnal. a s111'11'lull' Fishing Season J. K.: Larson of Keystone Heights, 1 : r ; ,(
'I I Moil. of ',"orld'ar veterans In the I ruin( ovir the Seaboard Air Line I !Ii i
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Second congreHH'onal I'' : of Important Itllln) Hallway will pull out of the Jacksonville 1JrKen'l'
',,' mint department of live Ali Monday Florida who have not died application II y Senator I'l-oni Spoil.HoiciI Toi-mlnul station at II-10: Opened Thursday zle. of Palatku, the house at Ita a I ;.1 Il;

I i National Bank as adminlsi for an adjusted!. compensation Tills. Milct.. o'l'hirk: tile n'ghl of June 2, Charlotte session Tuesday nlghl dcclun the i 1 '<'
,"i of the estate of N. T. Hitch, Tho Duval )Engineering; Company (certificate commonly known N. r. bound taking the members AH the\ tlnu- haw arrived for re- road running fiom Keystone, $V' .1',
I "pd.i recently made sale of started work Monday on laying an the bonus. This was authorizedby of the fast diminishing line '
A opening of tho
proposal to mako the terms of flshiiiK/ season in Heights to Melrose a state high4
maotlty stock In then'ud the rock base for state road act' of congress May 19, 1921 office of the state hotel commissioner of tlto gray and! the hosts of the
,' ( County Hank to a 28 from Starke to the Bradford and extended by act of congress in shell fish commissioner-, Sons of Confederate Veterans to Florida C'oodwlIl'd.. slate WII)'. This road will be known an' M \ t

,,1'|. of local business men, county line east of Lake Butler 1028. fresh water fish and commissioner their annual reunion. name: c-onimlBHlonrr." calls attention 28.Alnd connects with state road r,;>
+i' i i .closing Mr. Hitch's long cu'n.111 and up to Thursday noon had completed The time for filing under the extension state equalizer game; and state- Pinna for the !special; train were to (the laws I'elwlatlnthe/ 28 at Keystone Helghu and with rj '
with that institution Hei t the base from Its Intersection Is limited to January 1, motor vehicle commissioner! announced l by S. G. L'nderbock! taking of tish In| the fresh watersof the present hard surfacing road t J* '
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- i I i I been president of the bank with state road 13: at Madison 1930: and Judge Green urges that, with 'the term' of office ol assistant general passenger; agentof ; the Htate. The open season Is running from Melroue out to state 7! i f
- ..nl) I me majority stockholder from and Court streets to the western all veterans in the Second congressional the !governor Is contained In Sen- the Seul>ourtl. Special Pullmans from May li! to !March I 15. road 31, Hawthorn to Ocala 'j.i J)
i 'incorporation 1906, and was city limits. The contractor at district who have not filed ate Bill No. 400 Introduced Friday will haul the veterans and No license In required of resident In !spite of the fight made Tues .: d
of the business for sev- Is him for blanks. Hulling In water outside of day on the highway to add "
I i.' "owner present only putting down the apply to by Senator I 10. M.\ Johns ol their sons Into the city from various system
,il Mars prior to that date, when regulation: road width, 20 feet, This Is not disability compensation Starke. purls of the state during; the respective counties of residence, new state roads to the list, the ';;
uus a private banking concern. through t the town for the use of but refers to the bonus cer- The bill which wag referred to: day of June. These conches will I but the law requires! that a roul- present primary( and sucoudurypreferential .\ '
i nc' sale of the stock was made his trucks in hauling the rock. tificates to which all men who Judiciary A (committee provides make up the ppetlal tra'n, accordIng dents (tilling In waters outside of Huts remain Intact, after 1
tin' Atlantic National Bunk onnrsday Curb and gutter and the additionalnine served sixty days or more are entitled t that the terms of officers named to the announcement.' I the county of residence' first procllro passage of more than n dozen '::1.\4\ '
feet of will If veteran has died: without a state fishing license, which road bllU, all attempts io- have j 1.. ,
i i \ of last week and on Frli pavement be constructed a shall exp're June 30, 1929, and Aboard the spp,-lal there will al- :
i v lie new stockholders took when t the last of the roadwork making application, then the the governor shall make appoint- so lie tile chaperones maids of costs $1.00. Those) may bo obtained certain roads placed In the pref '
Is done.Approximaely. widow or cu'ldren) : of dependent from the several Judged, tho ertnllul system meeting with fan' i
of the Institution. the honor and matrons of : '
large ments to till vacancies which "sponsors' : \ .
twelve miles areto mother or father of the veteran commissioners mild( and holder of tire 'fj dt '1
the re-organlzatlon meeting T. J.
rhall when honor Ap-
vi expire the term of the as appointed by Miicli ",' !
Hitch who has been be constructed between Starke may now apply. a license Is permitted to Huh Champions of the present eyelent -.
.1 I It, : present governor expires and hereafter pleyard. of Tallahassee, major- M
and the III the fresh waters of the In the house took the stand '
of the bank for ( went Bradford county line the Florida slate
iluer many tho governor; after inauguration general commanding
1"1 ii.iD.: WITKOYSMDeath
i'H. was elected president and under the contract awarded the shall fill these odices for a DlvU'on: IT. C. V Frank III, Ironmonger at large. that the primary and secondary I ,,1; ,,
Jhe cost to a non-resident for list us now outlined la ''f tf'; '
Duvul already
Knglneerlng by ,1 1
r t" :Sinclair; L. Peek was elected company of 1'urulctMacke Citizen term of four yearn. Further pro ; Sr. of Jacksonville, lathe
liii-r..,, The directors of the bank state road department. That partof vision is made that t tine compensation adjutant general; and chief of n county lisping( license Is $2.50, heavily burdened with projects tin- J.5 C
At {'hit 1r8111. Ontario, and $6./50 for a state fishing license der way or to be completed with:
<(01 W T. Weeks, U. M. In- i the highway; between the county of the officers named shall be staff under l.fnerllppleyal'd. n g '
and l.iio: and Lake Butler was innate Those are required for the next two years, and t that to :r'J
in Miss Margaret; Long J.I /fixed In the biennial .ipproprla: (
M Mitchell J. II. Hitch.STATE'SROAD. I awarded to L. M. Gray who will lion bill. fishing In the fresh waters of Florida open It; up at this time would. re- i':J v
start work on that project next Friends! and relatives in Starke walk Into the tax collector's olllce It was explained. suit In It becoming unwleldly. r? ;'
I week, learned Home days alto of the SrrkH" \bollHliinrnl and examine the record. No license' la required of chil- Of Interest to t those whose c'oun- ,.e :
Of the remainder of state road death of lo'ellx'D. Witkovskl on Senate Bill No. 401, 'Introduced; The amendment by Senator dren under 15 years of age or resident ties will be served by state road v'

28 provided. for In thls ear's budget April 27th at his home In Chat- Friday by Senator Johns, provides \Hodges wits voted down by airlamnUon Confederate' veteran who 28, Is the adoption ot a measure ; \
bids on the project from ham, Ontario, Canada Mr. Wit I for abolishment of the office of and amendments to make are entitled to a pension under the lu the house Tuesday designate "" BOARD PICKS Starke to Keystone Heights were kovskl was reared In Starke. braying rtate hotel t commissioner ana the release of the three anx'stanl: laws of Florida. log us a state highway the road:
opened Wednesday, and bids for moved here with his 'parents transfer of the powers and dlllleK I attorney generals; effective first on \\oodwurcluIHo railed attention running from Bunnell to Fluffier.. I I :
the balance to be constructed this In early childhood. As a youth of the office to the State Board ol December 31, 1930! and then on the day's bag limits fixed on Beach. This road will connect with, ,

year --- Keystone to Florahomewill -- and young man he was greatly beloved Health. Further provision Is January 1. 1930, also were beaten the several Bpecles of fresh water ; road 28 nt Bunnell r
LOW\ BIDDERS be called for during the sum by his associates and his!! made that the state health ofilcei( off, when Senator MrCull[ resumed flan, and the I legal minimum I'

1 mer. It Is expected that the road death brings sorrow to those who shall receive no additional pay bj hU debate In favor of passage lengths at which they' may be tak Cattle Dipping ,' '
from Lake Butler to' Florahomewill knew him. After serving as a ser reason! of his duties t as ex-olficli of the measure to insert! that en. The hug limit for a clay are: 1( -< \

I.IW' bidders for contracts for be completed, thin year, andit geant in Company M, First volunteer state hotel commissioner. I the attorneys did not need time Inwhltli lllaok buss, 12 speckled peiTh, Work Here Will I h t
?" ,,o! projects In several counties la the plans of the state road department Infantry, throughout the duration Senate Bill 399, also by Senator tti straighten up their affairs 20; bream, 30 ; shell cracker, 30 ; 1 P .

"i+ the state and for the supply- to complete the road of the Spanish-American! war Johns provides for abolishment and take up their private warmouth perch, 30; red breast, Be Investigated'; '::
nit' work were announced Wednes- from Florahome to Buiuioll, and he was married to Mist! Fredrlka of tho board' of engineering practice: ( lie said that the men had 30; stump-knocker, 30, and other t ; '

das: following special meeting of from Lake Butler to Lake City Hicks and moved to Akron, Ohio, examiners kept) on with their private practiceand species( of bream 30; Jack, 15, M't' RI'I!. 4
tit. state road department.The early In 19.10.:\ where he entered the employ of A favorable report line been hud drawn the additional salaries pike.'30, and a mixed. string of any Following action by the board .Y r '\:'
bids were for (the const rue- --0---- ho East Ohio Gas Company. He voted by the senate committee on HI assistant attorney generals or all species, 40.I of county commissioners at their .'A :}

> nu of roads In Sarasota, Ollchrlst, later moved to Chatham, finance and taxation on Senate at the same time. I HO.\JJ-- '* .. regular session held Monday. May ,1' q '
i.'fret-noil. Bradford Clay andI L Canada, to enter the onlarlO'1 Bill No. 163, fry Senator K. M The bill, carrying with It piovls- I l'0S1:1'TFI,1't': : l Tl M M)K. Ctii protesting against the manner'! 'j\\!' : ; '
I aim Beach counties. The ma- LOCALMAJPPENING. if Union Natural Gas Johns to abolish the office or: ton for release of the attorney gen- Kit: In which cattle dipping has been \' '

ii rial contracts Include the sup- t remained with this firm until his t-tate tax equalizer.: Favorable action oral assistants when the measure Mr L. M. carried on In this county by employces -, lf n:! 1
living i of lime rock, creosoted tlm- death )1 on the bill was taken at a becomes a law, passed by a vote of OI'IIYho was awarded of the sltrte livestock sanitary :fi, : ,
contract by A'arlum
i 111'1", and a tractor. That lIe had developed into a meeting of the committee Senator :31 to 2.1M'II"th"II". county for board, the resolution ail ,- ij' ,
Following were the low bids on substantial and highly esteemed I M. O. Harrison of Palmetto, cast Tn\: 11e..cIIIW\ grading and I anrfw,'iiig (he connecting drawn up by them walt sent to l' "

Hie road work; "..... I'111..1 IUw..I",. citizen la shown by} the following the only vote against; the favorable A bill designed to strengthen I the Santa!! link Fe"of river road lending bridge! from Senator 10. M. Johns for presentation $ i''
1111 near
Kqnd No. 5, Sarasota county, .n account of his death clipped from report. Discussion! In the committee the tax certificate statutes was Introduced I Brooker to Mr. J. V Knapp, state head ''I I '
IIlI'k. base and surface: treatment, Since Saturday: J. W. Andrews, one of the local papers publishedat I developed the opinion that Thursday\ by Senator to Lacrosse, stated Tues- of th1* board. ';-\!i!I
day that the road )be
"Florida rock, Smith & Smith Con- Jr. local Ford dealer bus had the Chatham: : maintenance of the office la a useless Johns Among the other provisions completed The Telegraph!: Is in receipt ot 1!
as to the rock base this
"tr ctlon Company, Fort Myers, new Foul town sedan on displayIn The death occurred this morning I expense. the bill would prohibit IheenterlnK' week, only about thousand the following Ic'ter from Senator ;;+,
"IS) .:365\ ; slag, L. B. McLeod Coatructlon the showroom on Call street. of one of the prominent citizens I "'(II'klllJ.'CII'/ Slate 1'anii Rend! of a demurrer or other feet of base one Johns bearing on this matter: ,:t1t l,, '
remaining to bo
\ Company, Tampa $18.- The new car has attracted considerable of Chatham, when Felix D. Senator Johns Is also author ol dilatory proceeding and no defense Tuesday. The putdown May 12,. 1929.Hon. : > I :'
<\ attention and comment could be interposed except to show completion Jo). M. Johns *
1\54 Witkovskl of 371 Wellington a. bill providing: for a hard surfaced of this link opens a shorter }fl.1.
(toad No. 14, Gilchrist county, from the many who have been In street west, passed away after an road to tha. slAte prison farm, that such taxes have been paid or hard surfaced route up for the State Senate, '\ '
rock base and surface treatment to Inspect It and take a ride Illness extending over several connecting with both state roads that the lands were not mi(Helent- of the Lacrosse section people to- Tallahassee Florida. t< 1

L, B. McLeod Construction Company --. months.!! Since the first of the year NOB. 1 and 13. This bill provides:: ly described on the assessment roll Starke and Jacksonville Farmers My clear Senator: ': I
Tampa, 191,565.70. .\ltc'1I11.. Bond l.c'lIll1l1: Air. WltkovBkl has been in a 'serious A bill to he entitled an act to or that the umpunt of taxes levied of that section of Alachua This! Is to acknowledge receipt ',J i ,I, j''I(

Road No. 28, Bradford and Clay Messrs.: 11. C. Wall and A, J. condition, and during recent authorize the board ot commission were sufficiently stated to be as- heavy growers of Irish potatoes are of petition coming to you from the :J: ,I' "
counties, same work rock, II. }l. Thomas left for Tallahassee Tues- week It was realized that he could era of state Institutions to cooperate cert al nable. : and watermelons. county commissioners of Bradford '. i I i
Wolfe Construction Company, St. day morning to attend the special not recover. He bore his sufferings with the state road department The holder of a tax certificate I county relative to complaints of 1'1';: ;" '
Augustine $166,287.90 ; slag, Man- session of the state road depart very patiently and with great In procuring/ the completion would be granted a tax deed by i .. .::UTIl.Iz.n, : ( '//\KCM1"r1)N citizens in regard to program ol ,,' {I' ,
ley Construction Company, Lees- ment Wednesday, when bids for fortitude, and his death has of a hard surfaced road connectingthe filing the certificate/ with the clerkof cattle dipping! In ;your county. ,, (: ,i t
burg, $157,582.58. hard surfacing state road 28 from brought sorrow not only to his State Prison Farm at Ralford, the circuit court at any time Fertilizer consumption In Brad- In this connection, you are advised r' ; S'd.+
Hoad No. 96, Jefferson county Starke to Keystone Heights were family, but also to'a great host of Florida, with slate road No. 1 and within two years of the time the ford county dropped off during that I will be pleased to I

grading, II. D Spangler Company, opened. They returned to Starke friends. state road No 13 and to authorize certificate was Issued. April, compared with that used In send some one to Bradford county .,',' ,' ,;..1 i
pompano, two projects $57,280.- Wednesday night. In his death the Union Natural the state road department to A. subpoena would be Issued to March, 100 tons being reported by at an early date to go Into this ';,: 1
17.I and $$23.162.55, respectively. 0 Cas Company of this city suffer i expend moneys for said purpose. the persona owning the lauds{ or the Inspection bureau, department matter with the board 'of count ( I

Hood No. 25, Palm Beach county ,Tlmr4.III! (losing! Signs the loss of a very valuable and ; Restored ,to calendar by request. hplding liens, upon the filing of of agriculture, for April comparedwith commissioners and the citizens I i r ,;'; .
S. P. Snyder & Sons Inc., Fort highly: respected official. Mr. Wit- Abolishes. .\NHlHtiiuttlorinjn the certificate, and persons so servo 290 tons! for March. The en- who have complained I '::1;,:,' ]
Lauderdale, $3,867.44, for local For the benefit of the business 1 kovskl was the gas utility expert il Tho senate Friday voted to ed would be required to appear as tire stale showed a drop from 41,- Yours very truly, 'V I.!6'I':

rock and( sand; 8560.94, for rock houses observing the Thursday has of this company, a man highly ,, abolish the offices of three assist III mortgage foreclosures.The 415 tons during March to 16,197 J, V. KNAPP. ':,1\\1;I1,
and $6,458.26 for slag, and'Wolfe half holiday, the Telegraph trained, and possessed of special ants to the state atto-ney general,, bill sets forth a specific form tons In April. .""I
Construction Company, $6,758.- printed a quantity of attractive knowledge gained through Intensive I eliminating three' salaries of $!,. for tax deeds and would make all. Contract awarded for widening '..i t'
heavy cardboard, 11x14 Dade City dente will be Dixie highway bridge over canal: : i i
signs on and long experience. He .deeds granted under the provisionsof res remodeled i
64. $9,011.52! and 9762.48, re- study 500,00 each and expenses Sena- '
calling attention of customers and with mod between West Palm !leach} and : I
Inches the bill valid and effectual all provided :
'Pact lvely. was internationally known as an tor K.: M. Johns of the fifteenth f
to the closng! at 12:30: and vest In the granteea ern facllltlea for use as hospital. Lake Worth. "I t'&::1 I ,
heating refrigeration respects,
The department heard a number These will bo expert on gas district, author of the bill, obtain. .. ," 1..
'"t delegations regarding various each Thursday. and gas measurement, and his ed disposition of his measure when complete indefeasible' title i
road matters! before adjourning sold .tor 10 cents!.! -each. duties took him all over the district he had It brought: up under waived ugaiiiHt all the persons served TRUCK M' OVEMENTStrawberries +, ', ;I ,

until Thursday when contracts on -HTK.\\'HKHKVTH'KKTrt: : In every field operated by the rules. lie urged that the bill. with notice. 1 II; ; ".
''lie bids received will be awarded. XKW: Union Company. Ills duties included which! provided Immediate discontinuation The owner, or lien holder, wouldbe ?' f'' )
a general supervision over of the offices upon enact permitted to redeem lands from movement to May 8th, qts. 2,711,600 t

Courthouse Suf- During several the of past the growers strawberry adopted.season the commercial domestic and Industrial ment of the measure Into law, be any tax lieu being foreclosed nt Movement for week ending May 15th __ u_ 20,736. f', ': i iI
of fields He was very pop passed on the ground that the any time before the execution of .. 1R ,11I
the use of a different type with all of the melt with the tax deed by paying the taxes, I f
ular state had no need for the services '
fers From FireFire ticket to use for their pickers Is, whom he associated, who respectedhim of the three officers. together with the penalties! and I Total movement to May 15th ,.._________ ___ .-_ _2,732,336' < '!)
find that the new ticket .1 t
and .
the for his ability, and admiredhim "These lawyers have no unfinished cost 'I '

starting! In the woodwork far that more has!efficient been In than use. In- for his splendid qualities as a business to be transacted and Similar provisions apply to delinquent Receipts previously reported ..n___________ ___ _$$729,597.36 ,

1 surrounding ircult' court the room fireplace called out In the the one stead of the usual the ones number, fives and otPiiarts gentleman.for He much was of largely the educational responsible -- they enough have," he been said.pensioned long/ or tax may!liens revert which to the have state.reverted Receipts for week ending May 16th. _________n 1,658.8,, :"i I r' ,:,

denote ,
tens to Kill to Help "NrlKMil* t"f
Ire last Friday morn- work of the company.Mr. An amendment by Senator W. C
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tickets are numbered '
the new W tkovskl was in his 54th district to Another bill to be presented to 15th _$731,256.24 tr :
rug> at 8:30.: The fire was dlsovered from one up to give each Hodges of the Eighth Total strawberry receipts to May ---- --- ,
by the Jantor! when he op- number and year. lie was born In Georgia and strike out all but the enacting! the senate, sponsored by Senator ; ,
p'cker an Individual to Chatham from Cleveland bill and\ substitute E. M, Johns and Senator I. J. Mc- I
clause of the
'ned' session the court of room circuit for court the morning and- this number Is recorded with placesa the came 16 years ago He was a devoted new sections proposing to create Call of the thirteenth district, Is Beans, movement to Apr. 21, hprs. _____18,104 $ 27,156.00; fi: :,J;

round the room full of smoke. The picker's name. Each his picker number on member of St. Andrew's church the office of the three special prosecutors one providing for a license tax Movement for 2 weeks ending May 8 ___32,011 44,857.40 t't '

flames had gained but little headWay ticket bearing of berries, and he Is and a prominent Mason, being a to Investigate delinquent upon fish and other sea food In Movement for week ending May 15 __.._ 1,007 1,007.00 1 :"
\ and extinguished by use each. cup if the member of Parthenon Lodge No. taxes due to the state of Florida addition to the license tax of $1.00 "
'>f were thought a credited with the one quart 267 A, F. & A. M., Wellingon and to obtain payment without placed upon every dealer of sea ,'iT
chemicals. It Is or pick Is satisfactory to the checker, Chapter No. 46. and a Past Worthy suit whenever possible or Instl- food, a tax of one cent per pound Totals to May 15th ____ ______ _______51,152 $ 73,020.40 '
'''Kar arelessly' thrown cigarette Ignited; the This method allows both a check of of the Blue Bell Chapter of the ute proceedings If necessary, was U levied on all fish, oysters clams, ,", !'' f Ji ,'
In the fireplace and a record \ ,
on each. picker Order of the Eastern Star. attacked by Senator Johns and lobsters, shrimp and other Ilea f':1 "
926 926.00 :
aper and it smoldered! through due him for picking. Potatoes, movement to Apr. 24. hprs. ___ $ ,
what is The immediate members of his Senator I. J. McCall, of the Thirtieth foods, taken from the waters of '
''lie night eating its way slowly Movement for 2 weeks ending May 85,078 6.855.3C ;; I;",
"Ho the woodwork. IMIAU.S TEN: YK.1K: HK.STrt.M'KAdam : : : family, who survive are his wife district. Senator McCall de the state or shipped into Florida ,
The resultant nearby damage was small one son, Howard of Buffalo and a clared, after Senator Hodges bad from other states, or sold to be Movement for week ending May 15______ 607 607.00 f I ; I I

'"id Is covered by insurance. Eastman colored 1 brother and sister residing in made a long plea for his amend transported to other states.. :

charged with murder whose trial Starke Florida. The sympathy of ment, that there Is now no provis- Receipts from this tax are to Totals] to :May[ 15th ______ ____________6,611 $ 8,388.3<
nil'l'IXCi 1'ltOiIUSSISi I : was! set for last Friday. was the community is extended to ion for collection of taxes through be pit'd Into a special l fund to the '
guilty of manslaughter bya these sorrowing relatives. dispossessing/ credit of the comptroller, to be I t'
Dr. J. p. Mack, In charge of cut- found Jury. He was sentenced Mondayby The funeral will be held on Senator Johns declared that the known an the "Public free school Cukes, squash tomatoes to May 8th ---- 526 $ 957.51 Y t f

'I'I' dipping operations in Brad- Judge: Adkins to serve ten Monday afternoon at three o'clock bill was not ultogetner/ In the Interests aid fund." This tax I lit then apportioned Movement for week ending May 15 -_____1,361 1 1,244.71; ,r :
rd county, reports that dipping at hard labor at the state from hid later resdence! to the of economy but partly to equally among -the ,
'hedules are going ahead at a years Maple Leaf cemetery. The services cut off pensions. counties of the state, the division '\

vary satisfactory rate at the 31 prison farm.Other cases scheduled for trIalat will be in charge of Rev. W. J, Senator T. O. Futch, of the being made quarterly, and Is to be Total to May 15th __ .__.__ ___ _---1,887 $ 2,202.2; 6j''

dipping vats now In operation over this session were continued unlit Preston, pastor of St. Andrew I Twenty-third, made a long speechigalnnt ; used by the counties exclusively

he county. His report shows there of July 8th when court meets In United church, and the burial ser ./ the amendment, declaring for the support and maintenance! Total receipts for 13 weeks ending +May 15th .$814,867.11 '
are 6900 cattle and 1100 head session to clear the vice will be In charge of the Masonic all the Investigators needed to see of public free schools therein as
horses( and mules being dipped ev- an adjourned Order who had not paid taxes. was to a part of the county school fund. No Report from Lawtey this week.

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1 gasoline tax now being: dI8trlb" Ito' 50 per cent ad valorem r : ,w.-- '

I to tho schools and institutions of 'I Representative Green stated that M. ; p ...,..."..6.T. :i :

j [ET ETCARLTQN'S TAX PLAN ] higher learning under the emerg- the slight Increase provided in the ... '. r .7i".A .( s
I' ency act expiring July l, 1929, and bill for a duty on molasses and .. ". .' 6fI' I

1 25 per cent of the motor vehicle sugar./to the cane state would of be Florida of !great which benefit Isl- i '!4':'i 'r rltf .. :?S' 44
license fees now returned to the I n
4 Whatever the demerltH of Governor I fundamental and this Horn must I counties These funds are placed now Increasing its sugar cane acreage . ,
4 The bill allows a 2 cents perpound ,.. : .
,,;; y Doyle 13 Carlton'n tax plans bc taken care of It need not be under an administrative board I protection on lime and I, ... ,, ''' _.. .t.

( calling for the pooling of the bonded by gasoline tot: consisting of the governor, the I raised grapefruit from 1 cent to I D 11-r 6tr

indebtedness of I he various As a mutter of fact this program I comptroller nnd the treasurer. The 1-2 cents per pound. ? jto { ..

' counties.! It seems to be the only carries approximately $9,000,000of bills provide this fund shall be allotted The bulb Industry Is !growing in

plan as yet offered to the Florida! school board obligation. I to each county or road district the state of Florida and the tariff l 1.

legislature There may be dark In making the allotment as be- on u pro rata basis according bill practically doubles the pro- I ,

complicated gentlemen lurking In tween the counties the following! to the principal amount of its outstanding tection oil almost all kinds of tIr l
c'v the vicinity as opponents of the bul be. .
elements are taken into consideration. ( tax and one-half of the Sh
Il'6 7 measure charge but nothing near- proceeds of 25 per cent of the mo- The bill carried a tariff of not w+
less than $1.50 1,000 on com-
ly so constructive has been offered (a) The amount of roads( constructed tor vehicle license fees go to the per
i' to date. That the adoption of the by the road departmentand fund for road obligations, and the mon brick and 8 cents 100 pounds
1 on cement Fish scrap, fish meal,
JJrown-Kummer plan would be em- the amount of bonded Indebtedness remaining one-half of the proceeds tankage and certain other fertilizer j

+ ln ntly satisfactory to most bond for the several' coun- of the 25 per cent of the motor ingredlteuts were transferred i I { i f tY t: t li + f rS

houses Is readily admitted but the ties. vehicle license teen go to the counties from the dutiable list to the free )I, :

\\i taxpnylng public particularly ( b The amount contributed by to apply to the board( of public list. \

C' 1 owners of real estate almost tremendously way of gasoline !and license tax.c Instruction obligations.The Disappointment was' expressed I
benefi tted. In the failure ot the b 11 to raise
( ) Population bills also provide that the the duty on imported wrapper tobacco
In submitting his! plan the governor (d) Uncompleted mileage of M-\
? owner of a motor vehicle before and its failure to place a it i
t i cites the following facts! : first and second pieferentials. securing his license plate have assessed duty on imported pine tar and naval I t Mill i PM5 a as ; v,

1. The proposed program does Other measures are presented and must pay hit personaltax stores productsitiv. I I h n \
not reduce the revenues now going for the purpose of simplifying: and on his automobile for the cur- ( : I.OUKYI'lNK nl-u\'Ims. : ? r 4)j)
t to the state road department. tightening our collection feaiiJ
rY up pro- rent year for which he Is securing : f'HAI'Klj: JII':SN.1(111:
2. It does disturb the // tnfjt a*< .
not preferential cedure. These bills are being presented his license plate. The proceeds of .i.

system In highway con- not necessary but Incidentto this tax shall be sent to the state Rev. Lowry, pastor of the Firs

''t:' struction. tho main program treasurer as ex-oflUlo treasurer for Presbyterian church delivered a

3. It does not raise the auto- The R7 counties In Florida new the county reporting? the name and ,( splendid talk to the student body

mobile license tax. have a total load bond debt of approximately is by him applied to the paymentof I lat chapel exercises last Thursday.
4. It does not call for a county $161,000,000. In ad- He choso as his subject, "Pur r CSeieot
the road bond debt of the county I 'Y 1 wQGl1 YaTa ia Areh, ae eAkw)6r4Cly
', without bond to pay the Indebtedness dition to this debt for road and The sinking funds of the coun- : poses" to and their spoke relation of purposes to Itregard

of another. bridge construction the board of ty, although they are placed under I I people. He stressed the necessity young

6, It does use those reve public instruction, of several counties the supervision: of the board of administration I j I''ot high school students selecting

"'i nues Incident to the automobile, owe $8,985,169 in the formof I and the personal tax purposes for which to aim at In future ': ,

{ r to-wit gas tax license tax ad va- bonds, notes and warrants, and on motor vehicle are not BUiliclent life. A man without a purpose ,

l' lorem tax, etc., for bond retirement the payment of the interest and to pay the Interest on the obliga- was compared to a ship with-

and road' construction. That maturing principal! on this amount tions and to raise the bonds at the out rudder.. Such messages are kncttrn

part of the revenue now returned consumes a large part of the limit schedule set by the administrative the especially high school helpful age to students who need of tau p'.IY tlI II
to the county shall be used for tax for schools thereby
ed 10-mlll board. In that event the county much advice as'to the future that \
r, bond retirement. That part now seriously handicapping and cramp fund In hands of the sta\e\ treasurer lies ahead of them. et o ax 4c'5t

used by the roaddepartment shall ing the operation of the system. for debt service must be sup- \. [
+ be used for road construction and The two amounts total approximately plemented by the county or road KtM" KOIl Ml KINK: .
t'n + maintenance only. Where a coun- il.OOO.Ouo, or about 71
district, the board of commissioners TO Itni'MOV .ISKKI.: Q
T' ty baa roads therefore bonds, per cent of the total Indebtednessof : may either levy an ad valorem -

,the program; carries these obligations the counties and districts, for tax for the amount required or Washington, May 13.-A bill to tacoal p

Where a county has no the payment of which ad valorem draw on the sinking funds( at their make available $0,500 to defray CPa .rs4V 15E t.p t.

roads and consequently no bonds taxes are now levied. option. Bonds maturing more rap- expenses of the Un'ted States ma- -

j the road department will construct The measures, as presented) to idly than the rate of retirementset rine band in attending the Confederate "'

roads In such county according toN I the legislature through the chairmen may be refunded which veterans' reunion at Char- > _

a definite schedule announced in of the committees on finance event the rate of Interest must be lotte, N. C., June 4 to 7 was pass- ".-'

the law which will establish jus- and taxation, leaves to the state not more than 6 per cent and shall ed today consent.by the The house by unanl- I 't 112JT 11JOR.I o' PI.-AJ..) -. : ) SE.COAID FLL1 2 i't..
moue measure now
tice among the several counties. road department for maintenanceand sold for less than and .
not be par
goes to the White House, it having "ltl--r ..
The broad features of the plan new construction nil the reve- Interest. "
originated In and been passed by
are outlined as follows; nue now going to it; that Is toga This means'that the amount applied the senate. .\ rflNMIlVATIVI2] : l.ITTI.i; properly balanced with plain stuc-i 1 addlnic: to the exterior- _n appenrnm.

} It should be observed that this >', the 75 per cent of the net proceeds to the payment of the prin- JIOMI: : co walls. The steep pitched roof The main stairs go up from r t''.
? measure does not deal with new of the motor vehicle 1:cense Ml'HIC'tlNS AVAV1KI';.)
cipal and Interest of these obli- Is thoroughly lOngllsh. Too many living room with steps from i ib!
J' sources of revenue, which will fees and three rents of the gasolIne (By It, C. Hunter & FJro., Archts ,
gations from tha revenue produced of tho so-called( Knglluh; houses in kitchen to the landing A dine
} have to be found If our mlllage Is tax The bills however con- The United States Marine: Corpsat New York.)
by the roads themselves, wouldbe this country have roofs that lack alcove Is provided off the hitch,
not reduced, whether this pro- centrate In the hands of the state deducted from the amount nec- 79 1-2 S. Forsyth street. Atlanta For those who prefer something character, due to I.the. pitch not beIng Three bed rooms and a. bath i
gram Is adopted or not. AVe have treasurer, as treasurer ex-otndo: Cn.! now have openingsfor
to be raised through an ad steep enough.; found the ,
eseary 50 musicians for band
1 fixed charges that cannot now be for the counties and road district, valoiem tax on real estate. duty. The exterior walls are built of room a bath and
Only white men who are citizens I hero Is a escapedour debt obligation the of the one-cent
; the proceeds gaso- The allotments specifically made hollow tile nnd stuccoed-with occasional crone storage ,
are i
of the United State and of attention. A house of which
maintenance of our schools slate line tax equally the are
: divided among fall to 54 of the 67 counties being brick and stone tilnimlngs on the third floor.'
Institutions, and the cost of under the law good habits and character are desired one cnn say-It has really been
67 counties present
government those w'th: the lowest debt and I : : The plaid chimney top I Is! This, house should have a I I.
$ for the c lealgned and Is true to foini. Its I
+ Marine The
.. Provision for schools I isj of the one-cent Coips.
!: !! and I the proceeds( roads most incomplete alternate of brick anclStUI'O.
those are squares with
_, I age limit Is from 18 to 3u, years i not gaudy of freakish, but Is a frontage of not less Hi ,
The roof is slate.
of age. Married men are not full of strong/ character at the I
The revenue for the six The (list-floor plan provides a
gross Compete
working plans and "
I accepted The pay ranges from tame I time, In excellent taste.It )u'
Is estimated to be at least small entrance vestibule with toil rlfications for this
NEW years house l
NATIONWIDE TOURING SERVICE OFFERED $21.000 to $126.00 per month on Is a pure English cottage may
; ) 81000000. The federal aid and et and coat room adjoining. 'This obtained for nominal
s first enl:stment The pay of t ype with an unusual chimney and a sum tram'
state money to match and\ a sum vestibule has an entrance door to the building editor. ,,,
A FREE TO MOTORISTS BY STANDARD OIL course, is in addition to food a i most attractive entrance. Thesewo Refer i
i ii' of $3,000,000 for maintenance and I placed on level with the grade house A-106.
features well placed and
]lodging[ clothes, medical and, dent are
i betterments) of roads f and for
s __ _._ 1 1I tal attention, amusements and athletics ..
l' J I emergencies. are flr5t set omueuh and all other expenses The :M\V.: J'\ss'Xan: : i4iIEDU1.ES"' .
before allotment to
7t s I year. term of enllHlment is four years. -
construction of uncompleted -

counties for
All musicians who desire steady Beginning Sunday April 21st,
l Five hundred
I roads. employment are requested to get Seaboard Railway schedules for
I thousand dollars per year to be
Starke were posted as follows:
I' In touch with the above addiess.
tiHed as I the state load department "Southbound. .
may tired for new construction is The Ilrst solid car of tomatoes No. 1-(Local) 11:19: p. m. It costs little

next Bet aside. Then a total of to move fl'ol1Marlon county for No. 11-( Local) 11:23: a. m. very

i $35,800,000 for the 6-yenr period tho l present season was shipped: No. 107-( Limited) 1:191'1: m.
'ta 'contemplated Is allotted( to thei from Ocala Saturday morning It
ILA ., 4 U stated that this practically two No. 191-( Limited) 10:34 p. m.
counties named. These allotments!
i I weeks earlier than previous sea Northbound
should not affect the completion of sons. Shipments of cucumbersand No. 2-Local( ) 5.35: a. m. to recondition a

a A.y 'i tho first and second preferential 1 string beans are continuingto No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: ]p. m. ,.
roads, as the bills provide that any roll In volume with
I' goodly; f 'No. 108-(Limited) G:4'1: p. m.
I, uncompleted first and second preferential prices fair tar good. Marlon's to- I Wunnre Itriuuh ,
counties mato crop wall: be harvested from
: roads in the receiving No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m.

.. I these allotments shall other first against approximately a 2,000 4,000 acre crop acres last season season No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40 p. )
before MODEL
be completed any m. T FORDTILE

I roads in the county are built from .-- Illiie HIM Lines

these funds. Alachua County noted as one of i Northbound-5:10: a. m, 8:53:

r' w SI Considering surplus unallotted the best general farming sectionsin a, m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m.. 8:58: ,
the state will bq after tobacco
and the approximately m.
raising in earnest by starting the p
% year of Federal aid funds and Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07:
erection of a. tobacco warehouse.The For Motor Company is making
} state money to match will be spent I growing of tobacco in Alachua p m., -1.07 p. m., 6:37 p. m., 10:50p. : a new car,
w during the period and that many is already a demonstrated fact but m. but it is still proud of the Model T. It wants every
M 5f t I
if not most of these Federal aid I the growers were forced to take ----- owner of one of these cars to it
roads will be parts of the state'''I their product to Georgia: for mar- Surfacing of highway No. 36 as long as

preferential systems Florida ket. With the Gainesville ware- from Wildwood to the Wlthlacoo- possible at a minimum of trouble and expense.

.S S W1 ate' 'P should within the period of six house In operation the tobacco chew river completed recently, Because of this
and 1
growers; will market the product at policy because of the
)earn, complete the construction home and this will give an added investment that millions of
of all roads now designated as first stimulus to the tobacco growing motorists have in

and second preferential project. MOST--l 1 Model T cars, the Ford Motor Company will con-

; :; : iA4; as only the$38,000,000 department should them.hlghWays'1 More have than gone 500.acrloads out of of Hardee vegetables IThe the by tinue Ford to supply owners.] parts as long as they are needed

sary to complete
county since March 1. The bulk of

Dully News.Fruits the crop has moved and tomatoes So that you may get the greatest use from 'your
I comprise most of the shipmentsnow
TariffsAid with cucumbers and beans ; quality, ht&h Model\ T, we suggest that you take it to the near-

s still holding on, a number of crates : mileage: economy,u henew : est Ford dealer and have him estimate the
d a k.* .S.s' tr ; .taxw+ going out dally by express. It Is i \ Goodyear Ali on cost

Florida, I estimated that Hardee growers I Wsather ad Balloon.I of any replacement parts that may be necessary.

; Up-to-date Information on country. Because of this fact the I have received more than half a t ,s "The World Great You will find this the
i I information it furnishes is up-to- Green States million dollars for their producethis est Tire." economical thing to do
: Roads and Routes spring, with good prices because
) Throughout I date and authentic. pre a small expenditure will
There is no charge whatever for vailing most of the time. To- And at our low prices I II now help to

U. S. Furnished by this service, nor any obligation on H<-l>'-.-.Hn iitU... IM I'IeasMI1'lth matoes are being quoted at from you get this: qualtt y tot no 1 prevent costlier repairs later on, increase the

4' Standard Oil Service any motorist requesting informa Rutitt on Fruit kind "C'vKftahlfH. $3 to $4 a hamper.. I more, and ''n many cases: value of the car, and give you thousands of miles
tion. It is a service which the .
I less than asked
Potato digging -started off at you are!! of additional service.
r at Louisville Standard Oil Company is glad to Hastings; this week at a hlvh rate to pay tor unknown tires.

rn)5, give.If.you are planning[ a motor trip day Reviewing introduced the In tariff the house bill Tues Hep.H ; of speed fright when was thrown the Mediterraneanfly into the deal I Then there's o our: service For a labor charge of only $2.60 you can have

? Inquiries from ;Motorists to and the Maine Woods this[ Summer A. Green stated that In many i i, as a result of rumors that it was I '-best n town-thrown your generator put in first-class condition.! A new
you would like to enjoy the He
Florida fared well.
respects in,
r'f' Everywhere Given Prompt scenic grandeur cf Western North was highly pleased with the tar. possible that all an embargo; would beplal'ed certainly makes universal joint will be installed for a labor cost
on products being shipped the Most for the Least.
Carolina; to see the many historical Itt rates placed on imported fruits | of $3.
,' AttentionS I i, out of the state. The potato Overhauling the carburetor
points of interest in washington and vegetables, which come In I ""j I costs $1.50;
1). C.; to mingle with those being an underground! product it steering $3.50
enjoying competition with Floridagrown I gear, ; radiator! $7.50. A
Motorists throughout the South the gay seaside life at Atlantic ,| Is the opinion of many men prom- complete
M 1 will welcome the news that the City en route-this Touring fruits and vegetables. inent In the deal that the fly will overhauling of the rear axle be-
The bill provides protection on assembly runs
s'' Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) Service will send not effect them. The market has I'
detailed I II
you a Held $3.75
seeds garden and and $7
grass for
has recently installed a Touring itinerary routing you the shortestand seeds! and that green beans which been. steady with a good demand "re labor. An average priceof
Service at their for Hastings potatoes with prices I $22.50
;; offices in Louisville best covers the
This ServIce way. I now have u protection of 1-2 cent for no. 1's holding firm at $5.501 I overhauling of the motor
Kentucky. Touring Or
if would rather make
you a have 3 1-2 cents In the and
will furnish maps and up-to- round trip to Include Mammoth per and No. 2's going slow at $2,25 to I il il'I transmission! ,
% date new bill. Cow pens are also placed $2.50. ,
on road conditions
Cave Kentucky; cosmopolitan Chicago on the protected list at 3 1.2 These prices for
and are labor
motor routes throughout the ; the blue lakes of Wisconsin I only] because the
Dried beans and
cents pound.
r'f' per Leesburg Commercial reports
States. need and
its" A card or letter addressed to points Niagara of historical Falls-this interest in Canada peas are raised from 1 3-4 centsto the first peaches and water 'I f number of new parts depend on the
Touring Service, Standard Oil Company Service will Touring I 2 1.2 cents per pound: onions 1 melons of the season as appearingon condition of each car. The
assist you in the selection > aBtTii cost of these is
1 raised to 1 3-4 i parts
now yit $
Louisville c are the streets of that city last Sat- II ,
Ky.. I
stating where of i low
I route. however
you wish to go and what points A motor'your trip anywhere, I cents per pound; tomatoes In their urday. The peaches and watermelons II because of the Ford policy of manufactunng -

w't you would like to include on your time, can be made more surely any natural state raised from 1-2 cents I were raised In Lake county ,I and selling at a small of
m >< motor trip will bring an Immediate more swiftly and in to cents per pound, preserved to- and watermelons will soon be go- kmargini profit.
ntatoea from 15 to 25 per cent ad Ing out from that district II
.t S reply, giving you detailed informa by availing yourself of the free in. by the I i
c, thou as to the shortest route and formation the Standard Oil Tour- valorem; turnips and rutabagas I car loads. atermelon time in
'" 4S :' best roads to take. ing Service is ready to give from 12 to 25 per cent. Florida means a little touch of FORD MOTOR
From you. Peppers eggplants and cucum-i heaven and no Mediterranean COMPANY
y'S State Highway Depart The Standard Oil Company fly ,y HKItVICKSTATION:
t bare were added to the protectedlist will be allowed to enter
ments and other reliable our para.
sources, (Kentucky) operates service
# tri; i the Standard Oil Touring Service tions at 3 cents per pound each and dise.
:' receives weekly throughout the States of squash at 2 cents per pound. All ST.UtKK. "'1.l ,,-\.
reports the
;'c adl -""-- of roods throughout on con-the Alabama and, / Florida. Georgia, Ke a. other vegetables not especially S. II, Kreaa Company to erect
Mississippi, provided for were raised from 25 $325,000 store building at Tampa. ..


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,"ulD.tV. .. MAY 17. 1020 nn.\nFOnn COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. RT1T_n.rr.!. FIonm.lof T SCF. T. IIn1gf :,'.J.j(

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I News Florida in Short Paragraph CARLTON'STAXPLAN I f.e LAJVTEY .-. I I-: HAMPTON : i] AUTO THEFT IS GRAVE ; I .I II

I .e Itlr.l 12, 13. Ilurnrr, (',r I.e ]HI... Ada fttiiiiii, t Ar.TVMII'V PROBLEM TO CAR OWNER '

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I !Mrs' L J II 1. I Hill! I was shopping I. + of the MiuinnpSmut) ; I I i ik

[!Live; :I State News i 'In Jacksonville) KudmMra '. / ;, /girls wlili the, Tnnip ('..plain$ Mint\ (.)

B Y COMMITTEEFho I Tatum of Dt-Lund. was vis; ( ::I'd.Meriy; First LiMitenant t.,

iting her daughter, Mrw cieo" Roberts '' !Mm. (.I. S. Chamberlain and chaperone t'' .It '

lust week Sire J. ,\I. ''''ellt plwil spent i y 1 l.n %

I The Woman's ('Iub the week at Hampton Beach A y'

j TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGESIlumt'atea(1A MHPiitv}' b>>4' ltepurled]lltiiiHc[ |( |i'oup Out. r vorahl r held their annual election Of Lawtey of olH-, delightful program wall enjoyed; 4.tc, k r .9

eerie last Friday at the clubhouse every ('vellhlby/ t the many guests I

.;...-- .__,.__..'_- '_'_'_'_'___'__.'.__..'__u.__....__u__..__,__ ._,_,_.._,.;. TallahaNsee. May.Gov.. Doyle The ,,1Iowlnjlfll'el'S/ were elected" I I at the beach On Thursday evening -

Carlton's reform measures found for the coming year: 111 I'S. J. T. a delicious dinner was served : :
day want
fasting of
I <) $7,500 bond money as ft their way successfully: through the Moore, president Mrs W. F. God to the parents of t those young ]ladies -

:,],,! prayer to prevent the advent result of stalling a private war house' committee on nuance taxation win vice president, Mrs 0, W, I utter which a swim was enjoyed -

|III,i imiday movies Into Homestead against fruit Inspectors. Arrested( today, withbut one minor Roberta, secretary:\ Mrs R n, In the crystal waters of this c1
i 4 f
I hb, i in ,fii declared] : by some of the yesterday he was charged with assault amendment attached to the groupof Thede, treasurer.Mrs. bonut:fill lake.

ors, of the city. Tuesday the with Intent to murder five bills. The chief executive .
?? II. o. 13. \\oJ, I
( : spent three hours with the nurney went up to Mrs. ]K.; I K. liarII11 and wins. ,
committee -
shows Martin
allowing picture
of llillsborough
.I i on Jackson
"II'| I' county traf- explaining" various portions villa Thursday |10 visit her ]Frank; anil Kll.tuh: of Jucksonv': ", *. ]
will be
,", i J.' operated submitted fire oillcer. Martin said he nnd( of the bills! before they were voted: sister, who' Is qti.ie:I ill. are the guests of !\II', and Mrs:: 1\1. 1 '

I,?,' ,h'I,,.,. Miters at a special election another olllcpr, stationed near the I on 1h'sT, C. Woolen) and brother I L, WatlercoiiUev. ?! Ik

': ,,1 I 11the; i petition of 25 per Intllus-U.llBborouKh: county |line| Tho favorable report on the Arthur Crime wont up to Jacksonville y
Norris filled his regular
HPliointment -
,' qualified votera. to search
i for contraband: measures brought Sunday to l1
S /; a subsequent ro- ) intend the Wedding I at the First HaptlKt :! RSh
citrus( fruit in the light iigaliut the ouent from the; committee that the of their sister. I\lss\( Pearls ,
church of Hampton last Sunday
I I' ''I'i The outlook for melon Mediterranean\ fruit fly stopped administration program/ he made I Grll1lll.

." in this locality la bright Brubuker's automobile and; found( a special order of house business Dr. and Mrs. Carrodlne of morning and evening The subject -
at 10:30 used for the mOl'lIlntlel'vke
: o'clock /
from Mr.u \ twenty gallons of liquor in Thursday morn- Moose Haven
.I,i ",Mitiif? to reports it. On .JJg. wel'e"siling In Luw- was "Honor and Obledence to .
I,, -. ,i aunty agricultural agent,, the way to Jail Hrubaker, he said, toy Monday, Till; :r0 TIIIFFAnd ',
With the :Mother. The message was very I J
one exception hills
ni the opinion that at least,1In poked a gun in his| ribs and Mrs Heater : t.
u i ran ghsmlth of Jack- tho it In this of the situation. J
off lie were approved by a vole of 10 to 'mlll'eHHIwhile the church was!: rrcper protection against activities phase : ':
ors will\ be shipped from gave chase and was 3 son villa, Is spend) I which beet be controlled +
; In the committee. The exception UK/ several days bountifully decorated with red and of automobile thlcvi 18 the can 1Ii :

;]? m before the season Is over. at several I times, he stild. urtl-\\ brought; a vote of 11 to 2. here with i her slater, Jirs. W. F. white roses, as emblems of moth trying need of the motorist today, and An adequate system of transfer lit\I '

I'h,,' .top of J. T. Amen C. T.VMHI baker circled back to his The first measure approved provided Moore, I when selling a cur which would leave n t'
day.The this defense the t
bile and drove I for the necessary against no doubt aa to the authenticity 'j
L. outer In the woods fund' for road and bridge bonds was' 'taken to Starke subject used for the evening/ I major problem confronting nxito Owners ovtttormitp upon the part of the seller t" [
Gunter. and 11. v
l L II. Ly- Sunday ,
"I' I morning, wlivie she was advocated! by Mr Allen! A nationwide ;
S S Issued by coiintleH and special districts was service' was, "The Immorality of l lMan. should be of natton-wlde scope
,,,, .HI' said to be particularly operated on for similar to that practicedby I
i n i system
appendi Ilis. !
It also established ( Her 'ot
board .
Ol'lando-'Vlth a fly use of beautiful pictuies in te opinIon A. It Allen oatomjirva -
arrival of 21 carloads many friends banks lu the exchange of money ,"
will '
llll I lspecial of administration with ('enlralIIoW61' : he pleased to and eminent this I .
phrases and 1
of ( general( managerot
federal expert for all
S Sl equipment known she checKs whereby owners oc :
) I It1utonubllee
for apportionment of fundsto do'iig! / \ >
) train from ( ely. grout message was! delivered lOll the S'tfotltto: System. 205 West In each state would t>. ,,
\l, iifi Cucumber" season" Is Toledo the counties for payment of this Mrs M. K. Edwimin f I
the drive OhlO'1 of Gainesville large audience! of eager l.steneru.Kev. : !:'. Wnrk.r diiva, Chicago"Aval'.nbto listed! in an olllco in the state capital r'li.J' '
I the \[ Indebtedness.The .
close\ In Archer after
'i to a was
\ nt: visiting her .
SOil, W H. sUiUntlcs arc utartlli! In along with complete data concerning .
'. \ successful year Farmers can fly pest was expected to second< bill called for a sImIlar \\oJd ward!:! here last week.A. Norris Is not only a won- their levelatlons of auto theft in the each machine would be a dctertant I MOld 1!,\

tenslllud! next week. The distribution of school funds Icil'iil speaker, but ho I Is! a very ." '
i 1,1", .ilready begun preparation equip M. Lewis was t transuding United! S atce Mr Allen declared in to thieves the Snfctltle System executive :

t i ih.. handling; of what they ex- ment consols of trucks, tractors and a similar board of administration. business In Jacksonville Tuesday./ Influential pastor, always ready nn acUUcsn before an automotive declared By this' method a per'j{

m' be an excellent\ crop during and spraying machinery and was Miss Florrle Terry and anxious to do the will, of the meeting( recently. "SccmlnKly. no feet chum of tit\o and speedy transfer ,. 4
i i'' Apportionment of state road and ]furls of no mutter Its or cou- of title anywhere In the United! States ;
i few weeks Immediately moved here from Toledo in three one, who said said, follow me. type car age :J
i" ii -i 1 funds on a preferential" basis thrufiftyfour Burueyrwel'e shopping |111 Jacksonville dition. Is immune from impending{ could thus be effected t 4'. .
,,, v MX the harvesting of the days. U will be used to properly of the state's sixty-seven ')'11 eslillY.Ileslames The ofllclal and their families! I peril at tho hinds ct automobile\ Tile SIt!etItla System according to t 1'i/: '

I in,,,, ,".n i rop will come tobacco, now equip an army of workers whl<'IiU counties was provided In the third ( L. II. mil and( K. K, from the Gainesville[ University, thieves rveiy time machine in some of the lending automotive authorities ,r ;;\\j/ ,

II 11)10)\ be one of the major augmenting/ the forces in the( I bill. This was amended at the Hurnoy visited! / Kliigsl !y lake Mon- enjoyed, n picnic\ nt Hampton parked the owner runs the risk ofreturning in the country, amply meets i''

'', in this vicinity. Archer Held." At the close today of the suggestion" of Representative day afternoon They were Bench: last Tuesday evening./ I : from\ hilt mis-ion to engage the requirements of an adequate! system v. ", +i

expect a good jiold flora first month's labor against the Swesc-r" to provide that the state by fluster accompanied The Pho'enlx! Utility Company of In n futile and cllEcounujlnu: search of transfer which not only) is an 1111
n' I i- Hill. Henry
(>lIt which threatens the citrus road department and county officials and Godwin taint kit la repair.ng: and strengthening for bin hissing ear absolute protection to the owner but i+ g: ,.
i i ibarco., //1) be allowed to( disburse funds Doris IJuiney.Mr. I 'I "The buyer of B second hand car. a mighty check upon thieves who I' 4
.. their wires and '
/ and t truck farms of the light placing
provided" under the measure to theconstruet'on and Mrs. Don gupp with! too. 11 at the mel cy of these doxplc would resell their Illy-soften loot. 'ii 'I 1

i ,uili) Two additional com- southern! states, the state plant of) lateral roads when their two children were visiting I more substantial: light poles! able thieves and i their methods of con.vel.tlnq Motorists In all parts of the country l'' .1".

of the Florida national board announced that a check of there were" no preferential'! roadsIn In Jacksonville Tuesday where they find It lIul'e lIal'Y. They ) their booty into cash not only who have lined themselves with the ,e' l

i l'd', l have been ordered on duty the personnel shows 170 inspectors the county or when they had Mesdames Vuinudue und Grunt I are guests of Hotel Hampton are simple and' e/nciciit./ but detect- Sufetltle System against the clever I ( .1
able only on rare occasions. Machines automobile thieves are enthusiastic ,
in the field, 25 employed in been completed. were while hero.
fruit shopping
'Mediterranean: fly
cami Jacksonville
n 1 Siturduy the established proWl't t
stolen today often as not lire resold about newly
Ad Vnlnrrm Tax l'iiior '
I Dlcklson of Jacksonville
mechan'cal, clerical and stenographic < < Rev
I i n.' .''I.i according\ to military head- The in 1rew days to trusting( public tlve system. ift
The work, 105 labor foremen" fourth bill would providefor Mr.\ nnd !Mrs. wan: preach at tho Christian church 1
'ii I ''II''I'S here today. companies I collection" of nd valorem taxes H. It. Supp we're f(4
and 2274 laborers. In addition to visit' In Starke neat: Sunday morning and evening: The of chamber of I\f.
are regimental headqunrt'Impany I on automobiles by county tax collectors. us Monday whole heurtoil support commerce The Sun- i

i of Jacksonville, andin the forces directly engaged In the Jim Goodfellou- of Lakeland Is and will administer. Baptism in the( I the general public In the effort to shine City sponsored( d the sun! buck

Howitzer company of 124th extermination work, there are 322 These four units of the administration in Lawtey" looking after his farm- afternoon, Htatnp out Modlteiinncuii! tly la dresses and the sun worsh.'ppera:
The n. y. 1'. U. of the Baptist gratifying to the olflc'iits of the
iI"II', of Jacksonville Both national guardsmen:: and officers on tax plan brought; the fol- Ins Interest. I ( who spend the winter In that city
patrol duty In connection with the lowing committee votes: For-Mc- Airs\ church of Gainesville were bathing ftnto and federal government
Httllle Reddish!
ted to take posts along ( Is !
vpec up v'sltlng for the back '
quarantine. I Kenzle chairman. Tomasello, Pepper her and plcnlcklnk/ the Beach There bus been no haggling over were strong nun t, I. ,
i I'' northern boundaries of. the Hobineau. Kerr:" Lancaster daughters In Jacksonville.Uavld I the desrtuctlon of fruit or stopI \ mnvr-nent." Other" south Florida.
tomorrow { Moore returned last 1"l'lclay.MI'II .1 I of the folios III the cities will undoubtedly lend their l y
i inline area (TAN 101'( SO L I7: Till! Chadwick, Billiard, Beasley and Saturday ping curs by !
Sullivan returned toher
Auv.l.: Against.-Sweger, Lewis from Ft. Maude J. I 1' Stead who are work lug: aught\ I and<1 1I aid In protesting against the bill. :
I., 'nandlnaCounty forces are and Horne ----.--- home here la HI. Sunday aftera j day to cut tile wings! of I the fly. --------------.a- (
Till l : CAXAllY?" With: .. Spanish Trail being hard f,
visit her sons, Alb"I' and I ------ -- --- .
i iiiidii' nearlng" completion of the The fifth bill regulating" distribution ea e.e ere 000.iiNvIV..i.....e surfaced for nix miles between II.
Cleveland Sullivan of TbereHsu. Go to work or to to jail la the
"Who killed the Canary?" of automobile license tag I I
that will .
II \ iitadwuy! serve as a 9
revenue was approved 11 to Miss Bettie Jean Kile of Jacksonville ultimatum of Judge ]Powe of He- Greenville and Aucllla. rIver I
With\ the of "The Ca- 2'1 : TIIERESSA
huh, in a road that will reach the I ". I
Land In regard to the vagrnnta In Winter Garden 12-foot aerial I"k
Representative" his
Sweger; casting \ returned to her homo last\
in. '!nirai'tuiliiK plants located nary Murder Case? the new vote for Instead of against the I :Miss. IlhiHla ZH-ler, Cor. Sunday after a visit with 'her that c'ty'! Uoiindliig up a bunch mnrklng sign painted on top ot. ; ,

n I nh I of Old Town. Later It will Paramount detective" drama from I o of vagrant! negroes/ the other day !. l
bill.The ..................... grand-mother, Mrs. R. L. Kile. I Garage/: r
I I'Mfiided,,, to Fort Clinch. In the story by S. S. Van 1 Dine" at the chief executive" l'eCOmmQIHI) the olllcers: found, out. the negroes f ;

i limit' t on with the work of cut- Florida! Theatre, Gainesville, next ed dur'ng his discourse with I the I I Miss Agnes Joyner" spent last hiss Until Drown Is spending( ; I had been ofrered 1 work and lefuncd I yl

intt' i he new load, it has been" pos- week already announced an exciting committee that "the legislature week with her sister Mrs. Clyde this! week with lends mill relative to tnl hour. Jacksonville
could follow better :! In
], 'to drain an area of marsh mystery Is placed before the I no coursethan Hall. She went to Helmore Saturday 11;
lake their holce\ when he found! '
t to lay all other matters I Mi. and( Mrs. Clyde Hall unil :
liiul, said to be the bleeding place people In this city. I aside until this plan, or some other to spend the week with Mrs. last with out they wanted to loaf la a Prescilpt'on! for r
daughter spent !
  • f> mn-qultoes that have bothered 1 "The Canary, beautiful chorus] better one, lias been adopted to Russell Hornsby. -. -------- 1'oldM, Grippe; l| | Fill, Drogue>> / Ills ,' 4i
    Mrs. C
    M L.i I ptitple, of this\ city. girl, played by Louise Brooks is bring tax relief to the state" Miss Lucille Bennett of Jasper, Mr and d Slay children) A a bill recently Introduced In lots Fever nnd 'I"III'I.I .J Q1'it'Ji ;i '
    0 I.! Johns and I
    Mrs. L.
    SPntaksvllle .. found murdered In her apartment.Six The three hour committee session Is here spending a while with her the legislature to prohibit sun I t
    visited Mrs. Johns' daughter !Mrs.J. back bulking/ milts and dresses I Is! ,[t Is the most speedy remedy ):; "
    --- Further evidence men and one woman have motives brought t debates between the sister, Mrs. C. Sullivan.
    I I... Coijk, of Brunswick Gu., hint protpHtRd by I he St. p..tl'lrHIIIII'J( known. .i
    "I'i I tin' productiveness of Hernan- for Man:ng her dead and governor; and Representatives Lee Mr. C, Sullivan was in Starke I -,- -- -- I(

    Holmes[ county, as to the merits of I Mrs. H. D. Hawley is the guest .
    i"ul ot Walter" Brown, Spring Lake suspicion\ actions about the time A. Sullivan and S. 1'. Neal I [tdl\!,\,U!1il f!: jUJ m 1H'' lUm I W iif[ JULrJ ''f] mm IImJ'tfltm hi'!
    the to enforce the collection
    plan rigidly ot !Mr. and !Mrs. A A, McDonald! .
    nw.'1 r. who, after the second pick- of the crime of ad valorem taxes upon were visitors! to SUirke Saturday. I of 'tt 1I'\\i\\ ) JIi 'iD '

    iift from two and half acre Dr. Ambrose LlndqulHt -played atitpmob: while other schemesof Master L. M. Gushes of Jasper Switzerland a
    a ( a ,, Mrs.\ I'. B. Hunt and !Mrs. C, K: J
    'beau'' patch, has shipped 462 hamper by Gustav von Seyfferltz, Is a half- taxation were not enforced. will spend some time here with! Cove '" w.W .
    visited :: IU
    >, The first picking Mr. Browni lazed: nerve specialist madly In Along( another line. Representative h's: cousin, Percy Sullivan Harper Iffi

    i 'awed more than 90 hampers. love with "The Canary" and jeal- Lee" asked the committee Mrs. S, S, Paul and Sir.Valter" Springs last Sunday., I Il! ,,
    members believed J. It. Colley of West Lake Wales
    If they that the
    Ole second brought forth ous of her attentions to other men. Zelgler." who have been visiting!
    proposed fund distribution bill Is visiting; friends! and relatives v vq
    'W! that On the night of the murder he Is friends and relatives here have returned -
    hampers, and jt I la! expected would( operate according,; to sched ;

    IWo more pickings will\ be made seen around her apartment. tile or If counties would encounter to Miami. here.Mrs.. 55. Brown, who has!: been

    bringing the total up to an estimated Jimmy Spotwoode gay young dlllleulty in ga'ning' their share of Mr and Mrs M. W. Lee and quite ill for several clays, has a

    offspring of a millionaire father the apportionment.Cjut'Nt children left here Saturday mornIng e'
    amount of 600 hampers.Tallahassee : '
    host of friends here who glad to
    '. S has gotten" Into the power of "TheCllnary" Ion AiiHuercilHis for Miami\
    question was answered by MHS: Willie know that her health I Is! improving. 500 000'Motorists
    -Lo, the poor little and she threatens to mar- Mue Hlnson attended .
    Governor Carlton
    him. This part Is played by the Junior-Senior banquet in
    honey" bee! Fears expressedhere ry
    are "If any one expects I this plan to Starke J. M. Kale, and family of Jacksonville -

    that Its extermination: In the James" Hall.Charles operate by a system of log rolling Friday night. were visitors here last .
    Spotswoode, played by Mr. A, L. Sullivan and !Mr. Arthur
    trait fly area was certain. The the legislature might as well go Sunday.

    uneasiness was voiced by Senator Charles Lane, a wealthy broker home" the chief exectltivedeclar-, Millken motored to Palatka !t

    Howard O. Putnam of DeLand, father of Jimmy, offers "The Ca- ed. Sunday afternoon and were accom- t. nt t

    who owns! about a hundred col- nary" money to release Jimmy ands "Has our experience In the PliStadmln'stratlon panied home by Miss Thelma" Sullivan ..Ne. ...........0........ /

    onies In Volusia county. Senator leaves: scornfully the apartment snubbed.of Just"The as Ca he assumption that Justified things,; will us In be our as \Vero Beach who has recently spent with some friend time!:in % noot8's, litach : can't be / .

    I'utnam said he and a neIghborwho they should toe?" Representative wrong
    owns four or live hundred nary" on the night of the murder Lee asked Miss Thelma Sullivan was in 1 vN.........'r..4...e.,.: ;1 J

    a scream' Is heard from the apart. \ feet cannot be guided by Starke Monday afternoon( I
    ilonies advHedhv "My
    of bees had been > Those attending/ church at Union
    those In charge of the eradlca- ment but when he, with the night past history," Governor Carlton MI' and Mrs J, J, Zeigler and Sunday from here were: Mr. An ordinary product may

    knocks on the door answered "I that the daughter, were vlltln111'! and sell will Lt
    can nay people /
    'lion! of the fruit fly that the Insec- elevator mail, and Mrs. It. N. Crawford and fam once; a good product>> i '
    of this state, In every respect, Mrs. J. 1 K. Adklim In
    of the chorus queen's apartment Hampton Saturday "
    flude used In fighting the fly will voice assures him Will\ /get" a square deal under this night. II)', Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and chil- repeal; hut only THE-! BESTproduct

    ,Us,> prove deadly to the honey bee "The Canary's" administration," dren and little Miss Ruth Mur- in its line will lie>> the Y
    Is all rIght. I Mr. G. W. Hlnson was In Starke .
    .i> u buzzes from blossom to blosiim "If I can be offered" any assurance rhea

    Alys La Fosse played by Jean of proper distribution of road I,Monday on business. Mr.\ Kd: Murrhee of Russell, best seller year after year. _. 1

    Arthur, chorus girl friend of "Tlie I funds, then I am in favor of legislation / Mrs., 0. C. Mann) and children of spent Saturday night here with his

    who lives next door. Is of this ," Palatka are visiting her parents, I '
    < Canary" type Representative "'
    ulnesvllle-Pinned beneath aFoul I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L.
    shown to possess a key to "rilecanary's" Lee responded. "However: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Illtison. DARD" Ii'
    touring car when It careened M. Murrhee. "STAN .
    apartment. She has when I asked for assurance, I receive Mrs John Hall and children and
    tTI'(>m a. highway and turned bottom only the reply that I must i Miss Lucille Grim of Lawtey, ;
    with "The Canary" over Mrs. Eleby and children of Starke
    ''ipward\) In four feet of water. Mrs quarrelled look to the fairness and honestyof spent Saturday night here with
    .le's affections! were visiting Mra. Hall's parentsTuesday. .
    h R Whltaker. 31, and her son Jimmy! spottswoo< administration by the state road her sister Mra.. Lacy Norman. ,

    Ol'vei-' 12, of 224& N. Evans street, Charles! Cleaver, played by department" S Mrs. Oscar Kelly of Glen St. MOTOR OIL '

    IV.'"",. drowned last night The acidrnl Lawrence Grant, Is another The governor) pointed out that )Mary spent Friday here with her

    1 occurred seven miles east of wealthy admirer of 'The Canary"whom Mr. Lee had forgotten an Impor- .....N.ee.......e..e... sister. !Sirs L. M. Murrhee.Mr. .
    holds her power' She tant point in that provisions of continues lead otherlullrircuntsinsalebecauseitcontin 1
    she to
    Taft svllle on the Hawthorn hlgh- the law would require honest ad- NEJJ'RIVER : Ceo Allison. Jr., and son
    with unless
    tat. at about 9 o'clock. The threatens him exposure ministration. and Mr. Dixon of Jacksonville, t1' d
    with a Miss Essie Cor. )
    her Hupp,
    lioii( es were' so securely crampedb he buys After the murder "I have not forgotten that," the were the gu/: dta ot Mrs. Allison's ues to give I hotter>> lubricating ,
    ii'ath the machine that it was /good-sized tells Highlands county representative ....... +'#.........$ I... uncle, L. M. Murrhee Saturday af know ,
    n' 'Msary for a wrecking truck tolib he \is questioned and a said "Under the provisions of the ternoon. quality. Motorists they '

    n out of the ditch before they story which I Is! disproved. law, we are supposed to have six- Among those who were transact- Mr.\ and Mrs M. Rhoden and can depend on it to protect ?r
    Louis !Mannlx, played by Louis ty-three miles of road In my county ing business In Starke Saturday N
    '"""Id extricated Mice Hilda' Forsyth of Hellbronn their motors.
    We have forty-nine. And we Mr.\ and Mrs O. F. Tomlln-
    .. RarteU, a fat and disagreeable were: here with I
    SLake John Springs/: spent Sunday
    whom "The Canary" had to use every bit of our Ingen- SOIl and C'hlldren.Irs! J. J... Johns + -
    City-Southern Bell felePlioni person uity to get that much.! friend! t'lannlnq a bfotor rsz.15 on snr.w 1Tripp
    he and daughter Eaale !Messrs. S. C. TenAna
    (' company announces plans has been' using for the money "Did you use Ingenuity: or mere- Mesdames Ceo Allison, Sr., and 49' M, elan,, at.,l.o.l..na,5. yreuId
    her, Is also brought into the merits of Crews, B. F. Kent roe, Mr and of Jacksonville i ail.yur a wad .s d.a1Ld rota i y
    r"" 'the expenditure of $150,000 supplies ly present your Arthur Boatwright, : Sat Ih. eand.nt 011 T..rlne ,
    fUI'' improvement of the toll telephone the case. It Is revealed that "The case?" the governor asked Mrs S. X. Johns and children and spent Tuesday here guestsof 5..l..rood 11 tar yo.. J frm l '/ t j 4//{i 1

    Canary" threatened him with exposure "We did both," 'Lee responded. his mother Mrs. Bell Johns.( friends and relatives.Mr. and .p.i.. i.l.form.ao.so Io 111

    service In Florida. In addi- he her a Later in the discussion of the Dr E. L. Blgga" was a business, hen. ,$ort.n M mo.t .w.ie t who M a N for n.. ee I P ,, t
    unless! gave
    1 I'u1., also and !Mrs. J, L. Gaskins and ...
    the program of constructionWIll lie admitshe bills the governor anounced his visitor In New River Saturday afternoon 'fI.lo I. furol.hed fr o' I :s.,.. I
    large sum of money.' (children were visitors to Starke eh.ra. Up. """ur... Fill .ss, f I
    make Lake City the terminal belief that the legislature should AJdr... ..
    desperate at "The Ca ..d. mil .1010..uP'" loci.". I I F't i(
    '11 ill It was aside all other labors until the Saturday. Ina
    toll lines for Florida lay Mr. M. L. Johns was visiting in 0'1 "' ....
    'It mean that sixteen lines will nary's" repeated demand! tax problem Is solved !Mrs Mary Reddish Is spending L..JSTANDARD:: :

    ") Oa"and Tony Skeel Is a criminal, recently "I have no pride of authorshipIn Lake Butler Monday a few days at Italford the guest of

    "arge, here from Atlanta, released from prison lie holds this tax: plan here," he said, Rev. L. J. Derk closed his Bible: her daughter, !Mrs. Chevy Sapp.
    the I IL
    dl.' wenty will go out bere to "The Canary" in his power and "but until this plan or some better reading<< Saturday. Quite a large 'I OILCOMPANY( j

    irict. exchange at Jacksonville.! to him money. He one la adopted to relieve the state's number were present and reported D roo k s-Scanlon Corporation. I
    s al. will go forces her pay situation, I would believe Jt la IHCOII.-oIIATIED IN I crews of linemen when, on the flight tax: they sure enjoyed them. moving sawmill plant to site near I /
    ' Infuriated
    ictlon within few days andaI" Is a wise thing for the legislature to II
    a "The Canary" triesto Mr. and Mrs L. W. Illggs and Perry.
    of the consider nothl ng: .
    itrlnging wires for the new money out on him,, family left Friday. for Kynesvltle. Florida Press Association field
    !' hold<1 some f
    f'rilt< Several loads of materials her apartment early but Store building! erected on Dixie where they will visit friends and "golden" jubilee convention at Lake

    hay been concentrated where the He leaves later. This part highway: near Lake Worth.Ft. relatives. We all wleh them an Wales.

    II' -ilquarters of the'crews will be promises to return Ned Spark, I, Myers may have $100,000 enjoyable trip. Tallahassee -- Congreatlonal /
    played .by --
    "cat >d, Is suspects. There'Is Federal building in near future. Mr. J. L. Johns has been on the church at Boulevard and St. Aug-
    .. .. are the
    There Now "Who Killed Melbourne Telephone line being sIck list this week, but we all wish ustine streets will be remodeledInto

    Tampa---V. L Brubaker of the evidence." and why? + Installed to local aIrport him a speedy recovery. business building.:

    Laro: was in jail here today for the Canary L .

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    + tt F1tID.1Y' MAY 17, Jn2
    )4 .. ._ : ,n ._.. -. -- . .. n.- .
    - -- -
    -- ---- '
    i MUST /SiiUKH: : OI'1 members telling In rhyme ft-- --.__ --- __---- __ .--- .. '.n : .. :- .. -= :':. --'.
    i OI'KUKTTAN: ; C3IVK.N' : Thirty dollars was added to the

    1 fund for furnishing the' llvlnj eg j I, r

    + The first series of operettas room at the pastorlum The threi., I II II II

    } ?1 l 3ocictY Jl Q "Midsummer Eve", a fairy musical circle leaders and Mrs. Aldermai

    play and "The Indian Prlnceua" a served Ice cream and cuke I

    historical play with Mrs. A. E -.
    Wall teacher of public school TIll-COUXTY FKDKKATIOX: I "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"

    music, as director and Mra. Cornelia :3IKKTSITII:) HTAKKK M'll

    : : .: AT imn><;i': PARTY >KKM.JIVE DINNER: COM- at the Bradford County The Trl-County Federation

    -- )UUIHJ-1, <:JEC1'S II!gh School, Friday evening.
    : rMMK.NTIXfJ: which Includes the clubs of Law
    '' Mrs. }<'. V. Slump and !Mrs.\ T. J. .- Pu'plls taking part In these tey, Lake Butler, Lake City. Mac, i SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY

    9 t, Alderman were joint hostesses: at One of the most beautiful pre- plays were selected from the primary clenny and Starke met with thWoman's
    : the former's liome Thursday afternoon and Junior high departments.Each Club of Starke. Friday.All .
    at a. delightful bridge nuptial affairs of the season was pjay was plendid the young clubs. with the exception ol t ,

    ..4 party honoring M<88 Mar- 'given Friday, the 10th inst., by people taking part did fine. Lake City were represented ant'I STREAK O' LEAN

    garet Long whose engagement to Mrs. George C. White and sister, splendid reports, from each wen e j I I BACON STREAK 0' FAT Lb. 17c

    Er II. S. Carroll was recently an- Miss\ Blanche Alderman at the KUIDCiK\ ; IllliKI'STMss : given Mrs A. S. Strickland ol t ,' I

    nounced.The home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lake Butler, president of Tri. .
    color motif of yellow Alderman, In honor of Miss Myr- Madge Middleton and Miss County "Federation presided. Offl,: i '

    and white was effected by the use win Jackson, Miss Myrtlce Jackson Florence Matthews entertained cers fur next year, were elected! I POTATOESFII MEIOPoundsl9c
    4, of cut flowers attractively arranged and Miss Margaret Long, three : members of the D. N. C. club at a as follows: :

    z'+ throughout the home, and in popular brideselect.A bridge breakfast. Saturday morn- Mrs. A. S. Strickland, Lake Butler t
    tho I Ice course which was served after pink color motif was carried Ing in honor of Miss Margaret president; Mrs. Torode ol f

    + S the games. out In detail and the dinner table Long Misses\ Myrtlce\ and, Myrwln Lawtey, vice president; Mrs. GM ::1 MAXWELL HOUSE :
    Sp ml nature of beauty" with its COFFEE 46c
    Tallies representing "a thing
    was Jackson whose engagements were lumen, secretary; Mrs. Dobson,, I STEEL CUT -
    brides were presented the guestsby covering of rose satin over which recently announced.
    of Macclenny, treasurer. The next, I
    k Marjorie Stump, while Lola was placed a pink markuesette The bridal motif was suggested meeting of Tri-County Federationwill I I I I II I
    and Evelyn Stump ushered cloth, the edges of which wasa I
    Long I in the dainty arrangements of yellow be held at Lake Butler i iu I
    each to the punch bowl at which crystal basket of pink] roses and gladioli shasta daisies and November.Tho : SUGAR GRANULATED 10 POUnds SIc
    ,., presided M1sa Harriet Hitch and ferns, and the table was lightedby Australian sunflowers In the living subject of discussion for - -- ,

    1 Miss Mary Canova. the soft glow of candles placed room and sun parlor where several the afternoon was "The Woman I

    4 Four progressions of bridge In silver candelabra.( The guests tables were spread for break- In tho American Home." The program

    r+ ", were played and at the conclusion plates were indicated by quaint fast. The place cards, were In for this occasion was as follows : :
    of the play Mrs. II. C. Wall place cards on which were printed bride designs and the tallies were i JELLO,3.Packagesfor 23c
    : -- -
    + held top score with Miss Mar- conundrums; the answer' to same miniature bridal bouquets.A Song-Suwannee Hiver. ,

    garet Long second, and Miss Florence being: some article of food. two-course breakfast was Salute to the flag.Addl'ellil I I II

    ''s Matthews low. Prize winners The dinner was served by two served upon the arrival of guests, of G.M. I
    were presented with gifts. high school girls Misses Lois Col- all of whom when seated foundat 111 man. welcome-Mra. + RRAHMQ' LIGHT FOUR :

    The honoree was given a lovely ley, and I Eva Marcotte, each dress- their places small novelty pin- Response-Mrs. Knabb of Mac- OllUUlflU"WEIGHT STRING 39c I II
    'L pair of embroidered linen pillowcases : ed in white wearing a pink rose cushions. Following breakfast den ny,
    the hostesses as memento In their hair. The menu of I
    $ by bud several games of auction bridge Holl call of clubs. ,
    k 7 of this enjoyable affair. the delicious four course dinner were enjoyed. Yellow and white
    Talk-"The Woman In the BEST
    p Those enjoying the afternoon was as follows: Strawberry cocktail mints were served during the play. Home and Politics." Mrs. Iva LARD 2 Lbs 25c :
    hostellses'and 'COMPOUND --
    t with the honor tomato consumme mashed Prizes were awarded to Miss Townsend Sprinkle, of Lake Butler I
    "1 guests were: potatoes, sliced tomatoes and Ethel Griffin and Miss Gussle Mae I '

    d Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, A. W. pickles,*beets, creamed peas, fried Bennett, winners of high and low Solos "Coming Home" and

    ; i4 I Anderson, J. W. Andrews Jr., 0. chicken hot biscuit, and angel( scores. Each of the honorees were "The Little Hills Are Calling,"- BEST .

    i L Beasley, E. L. Biggs, Edward food cake presented with Ice buckets in the Mrs. H. J. Davis, accompanist, I.RICE GRADE 5 pounds 25c
    I Burns Edward Brock Paul E. Mrs. White gave the the follow- colored glass ware. Mrs. J. H. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ,

    ;' \ Canova Jr., J. E. Corpenlng A. ing original toast: Hitch, Jr., a recent bride( was Duet, "Summer Breezes" (Den i
    \ M. Davis, L. A. Davis : I i
    S. Crews box of handkerchiefs.The .
    given a za), Mrs. J. A. Pickerill Mrs. D. I
    Such mlschlevloiia guest we
    k( J. Maurice Edwards, GeorgeB. a invited guests were: Miss E. Knight, accompanist, Mrs. A. Z. PEANUT BUTTER Pound Can 23c
    :: Flynn, J, L. Frazee, O. L. tonight; Margaret Long, Miss Myrtlce Adkins. : j :
    believe he Is sprite.
    In fact, I a
    J. C. Hoover
    F. Hoover,
    Haynes, C. Jackson, Miss Myrwln Jackson
    The executive board
    of the I
    Ills praises henceforth let me sing, I
    V O. M. Inman. E. 'M Johns Miss Ethel, jrlfHn, Miss Blanche
    Woman's Club of Starke hostesses
    C. A. Knight: H, V. Knight (1. K. In this little message which now Alderman, Miss Eunice Perkins, and at the conclusion were of- : I
    J. M. Mitchell, I U. A. Mon- I bring. MILK Van 9c Small ;
    Lewis, S. From year to year he labors un Miss Guss'e' Mae Bennett Miss the program, seated tuna fish sal- : Camp's Large 4'/c
    ( "tleth, W. B. Parks J. L. Peek. Harriet Hitch, Miss Minnie Gruber, ad, saltines and ice- tea. ,
    L. Peek, J. L. Pickerill, II. C. ceasinglyAnd Miss Lucile Mitchell Mrs. H. C. I I I II
    :$ Ills! toll he -- ------ -
    4 I TUtch, J. C. Robinson, J. A. Saul from year to year Hitch and Mrs. J, II. Hitch. Jr. SIIOUKU:: : GICF\:: IUtlllJ'; -
    N. increases; _.
    F. Smith -- ----
    G. M. Sistrunk, L. ---- ------- --- ---- -

    .' Sternberg, II. C. Wall N. 11. Waln- But it seems to me that old 1929 MOTHICIl'S: : lAY 1MMKJUAM. I Mrs. Fred Miller Mrs. II. A. I party with the honor guest and ers that were placed on the little Twelve Leon county farme

    ,I .,wright, U. A. 'Weeks, L. Wyman, Has made him work much over lUtOADCAHTKIt; 'Rlsenbach and Miss Eva Holt were I hostesses.-Ilnnuell Tribune. grave: and we also thank Dr. Holland I}I comprising the "Who's Who Co' "i

    H. H. Young, Misses\ Blanche Alderman time. very charming hostesses at a beautiful Mrs. Ted Duncan was formerly ( and Dr. Biggs for their kind Clubs" are working for a :Si 1 ,..'

    e ," Claudia: Cdlchr Ist, Ethelf(1rlmn Dut to him, we know such work IK Anthem"Thon Majesty DI-1 I shower given Wednesday af- I Miss\ !! "'reeVynn of Hampton. I I ness.I rash prize given by the county; '.1

    it Minnie Gruber, Myrttre Joy; I.ternoon the home of Mrs. Elsen-!: e---- 'I I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keene.. the farmer who produces t'-' '
    vine" Contralto solo, Ethel
    likea ; Minn
    likes to make men act
    Myrwln Jackson, Mar- Ho even bach in honor of Mrs. Ted Dun- {'.\HI* OK THAMiHWe : largest
    j' 1. :Jackson bashful boy (to say noth-l I Griffin; Soprano solo! Miss Mlldl'ed1 I i 0 number of bushels of "con' I

    :.; ; : Ing of the other sex.) ": Gill Mrs. J. S. Butler, John .,ua, a recent bride. I 4'Altll) 01- THANKS: per acre off a crop\ of five n<'i'.>

    So come, lovers, old maids, bachelors ell and Owen (;rllfl It. POW-j' The color scheme of pink and take tills opportunity of The Demorest family wishes to In 1926 a Leon county farim'
    Mabel Weller
    IB'Fredrika Struth. and even m rrled''folk. Prayer-Dr. (]. P. white was carried out In the refreshments thanking our neighbors! and thank each and everyone for the broke the state record by avenii-!

    I'D.' C Jones of Gainesville. Mrs. Let's drink to Dun Cupid! the Duet-- "'1Iy.fotller's\ Bible," j, also ,the decorations.The friends for their k'ndness! during kindness shown to them at the fog 102 bushels per acre off III t

    Ceorge W. Marks of DeLand. guest of whom I spoke. Airs\ J. .Butler and Miss Ethel, spacious living room where the short illness and death of our. time of their sorrow and for the I Iluutful five acres says the Tallaham-:

    $I iniOKn':LKCT INTI'itTAINEl; :: : Griffin the guests were ,entertained was little girl and for the lovely flow- : floral offerings.. Democrat.
    Miss Blanche Alderman toasted arranged with lovely spring llow- -----
    Solo "Mother 1Ialree1Ir.Jolm \ I
    __ __ __
    AQ.pt'F The for - -- -
    ,' Mrs. E. L. Hlggs and Mrs J. W. Ilia grooms with he following. well Powell. ers. chair the guest of rz::.

    ; Andrews, Jr., entertained with a chosen verse: Mother's Day Address -Dr. G. honor was tied with a huge pink I'

    [charming! Informal bridge party To soldiers returning as conquer- P. Raymond. bow. I
    } home. Saturday The afternoon was delightfully
    at the former's ers qual'tetteVhen Mother Prayed -
    4 | afternoon in honor of Misses\ Myr- The very greatest praise la duo. ," Miss Ethel G 1'1 fIIn. Miss spent In contests of different kinds II A Statement of the Condition of the
    md l the making of a small bride I
    Jackson and Miss
    r flee and Myrwln Although you've fought no world Blanche Alderman, Miss\ Mildred
    who soon to uf clothes pins and crepe paper.
    Margaret Long are wide war Gill Mr. John Powell.
    a After this contest the
    be married. Triumph, most certain, has come Solo, "Mother", Mrs. J. S. But
    : A profusion of spring flowers In to you. ler. showered by little Mardell

    I:pink and white were used as floral We all rejoice at your victory. This splendid program composed Elsenbach!: and Mary Nell Plnhol-
    Bradford :
    [decorations. The tallies and score So we drink to the success of "The of Starke talent was broadcast Bter.The County BankAt
    served their
    11't' a4were in the bridal motif. PrelIdID8' CJrooms-to-be} over W. H. U. F. at Gainesville
    bowl were guests pink and white brick Ice
    fit the punch Mi Laurie 0, Ray gave witty Saturday evening.
    ( Hitch and Miss ream, cake and 'Iced grapes
    Misses Harriet and complmentary toast:! to the *-i About
    thirty ladles enjoyed the
    S,'Florence Andrews. bridges "each one of whom in I'MOV MKKT1MJ: ()Jo' {'IIt<'I.tS:
    of bridge Close of Business 6th 1929
    i Four progressions queen rose of the rose-bud garden May ,
    were: enjoyed and at the concjus of girls" The three circles of the Baptist I

    "' t Ion of the-play, Mrs. C. A. Knight The presentation of gifts took W. M. V held a union meeting at I FLORIDAi I II

    t' 'held top score Mra. N D. Wain- place after dinner was served the the home of Mrs C. \V'' Alderman I

    wrlght urcond, and Miss Madge favor for each honor guest being ) Monday afternoon with a largo
    r' Mlddleton low. Prize winners were number in attendance. The house i
    a. water bottle; to each lady guest RESOURCESNotes
    "' :presented with gifts. As memento hand-painted handkerchief, and was beautifully decorated with cut GAINESVILLE
    of the occasion the hostesses presented flowers Mrs. J. M. Browulee
    each gentleman novelty handkerchief -
    to a
    e ", Miss Margaret Long with leader of Circle No.1, presidedand Bills and Discounts ____353579.51.
    k7 six salad plates in green glass- led the devotional. The sub- '
    I'RO(1It,1MSVllsl\ { { {:;\I.
    t'' 't ware Miss Myrtlce Jackson with The three brides-to-be' were ject of the month was Chrlstluu- Bonds -- -- __ ._ _____ ______ ,_ 44,650.00
    'six: ice tea glasses In pink and charming In their dainty frocks Ity's Contribution to the Worl/s :MKNCIXO :MAY 3OTH
    Banking House Fur. & Fixtures
    "0'; Miss Myrwln Jackson with six sal- Miss Myrwln Jackson being attired Progress. 19,000.00 .
    ( In pink georgette and taffeta,
    4\ ,5 ad plates in pink. Miss Myrtlce Jackson In Harding Mrs. Epperson read an article Real Estate Owned __________ 16589.39
    ",,,1: A tempting salad course was en the "The Mark of Progress." MONDAYTUESDAYI'ltriin.ount'N
    dj 1: J. ,I[ served the players at which time blue georgette with lace and Miss After the business meeting. Overdrafts ____ ____ ___ ___ 1,891.83

    _ t I, .'}' (;Miss Florence Andrews, delightfult Margaret lace. Mrs.Long George In pink C, White satin and was Misses Ethel Griffin and Mildred .100% Volet- Cash on Hand & Due from Banks 148,414.63

    t -t1, i iy rendered several instrumental Gill sang a duet in their usual. play
    lovely in a creation of yellow georgette -
    rl,'. a.lectlo'ns. pleasing manner.
    l' 1 and silver lace while Miss
    :,($F I _, Those enjoying the afternoon i Blanche Alderman. was very attractive One feature of the meeting was Canary MurderCase" Total ;: _________________ $584,125.36
    ,. _wHh the hostesses and honorees the giving of a dollar and telling
    _'j'' .were: Mrs. C. A. Knlwht'Mrn. 0.ytr In rose satin and lace. how they earned it, some of the .
    I I I .
    1// Those favored with an invitationto
    I B. Torode
    _ L. Haynes Mrs. W. this pretty affair were: Misses WithLOUIS LIABILITIES
    Mrs. .
    : Law ley, Mrs J. E. Corpenlng
    Myrwin and Myrtice Jackson. Mar- "; HUOOKS ISO AVM.TOWELL :\ .
    t R, J. Davis Mrs. P. E. Canora.

    ';Mrs. J, L. Frazee, Mrs. a. M. In- garet Matthews Long, ,Messrs.Ethel Griffin T. ..'., Long Florence, D. Capital ____________ ____$ 40,000.00
    Mrs. J, C.
    man, Mrs. S. L. Peek
    d :Robinson Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of P. Carpenter, B. S. Carroll. Frank WEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY Surplus and Undivided Profits ___ 32,833.14

    pp Tampa Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Carpenter Laurie G. ,Ray Homer and George McLendon C. r Deposits _______________ 511,292.22Total
    '\'A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. N D. Wafna '

    wright, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. White. .
    J. Alderman, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Warner liras Oonvtta *
    T. C. Wall, Vltapliono __________________ $584,125.36For
    Mrs. II.
    Mrs. J. A. Saul. ..
    W. Walnwrlght Mrs. 0. -/"'!' 1 1f..,. I
    ;Mra. M. ./1Y : I
    t' ;W. Marks DeLand Mrs. H. C __ ,,40""" (\ ) I THE DESERT SONGTHE
    'l I
    w'+ .;,Misty RItch, Miss Ethel Florence Griffin,Matthews Miss, /f1rt!' ,?;.\--..>\'M\'S'..:. : 'Q'r$ : 1 II" c";rlLG7. :. I ; CJIIEATEST: Mt'SK'ALOIT.HETTA I forty years the Bradford County Bank has ministered

    '..'Minnie Gruber, l\IlsslIarrlet Hitch, 1 JS.t"' ;..,. < I.-1.1.W.'J' \. HOWREFRESHING : ; Ol'1 THE AC1E I to needs of the farmers and business men of this section
    _\ lss Madge Mlddleton, Miss Mabel ., .' t:! (Sponsored Locally By the I
    ,! z:. ',I' J
    f,Weller and Miss tussle Mae Iten- c .. 1 American Legion.) ; Under the direction 6f our new president, secondedby
    : I
    R i Xlett.1IIft.4.. ::
    3 Tliom'.H' nothing like dueelectric I our board of directors and stockholders we will con
    t- J.ti.1CL H-'nItT.\I: : fan on n hot lay. I SATURDAY

    lima Progress: I'a'ool now on the ilajs will I tinue giving our patrons the same efficient banking service

    -'r A variety of old fashioned flowers is Made Possible: luc|> getting warnM-f-jou'Il Itl'STKU: KKATO.VIn" I'

    |' formed a pretty setting In the Look ifowa lh. eanvoun *t ..-.....ft. of IM) sorry If you don't romp In that has always characterized this institution.
    .home of Mrs. J. A. Saul who re- D.'._t rlljr|d.nr*over the.panorama of right; now and girt om- of l
    cently entertained members of her InrfuHlrial pl....., ..b.rrv* ii(I.. NUIuo..1 our bargain Hiftrk f"nH. "SPITE MARRIAGE"
    .. ... ,
    evmfortdbUr boat** of thft '1. Credit
    :t.t card: club at bridge. made. all thfi, ponlblo noil U tb.( bnl. ofprogrv
    Avf Concluding the games, Mrs 11. '**...01 prwp.Vft.d. It'tt A St-I't'aDl
    and br lA........ iyatm. of/Inonrful.,.....'10 Watch Our Windowsfor ".ltlaIu..lc: und Sound
    C, RItch holder of high score
    mitd ......'."r' .ov. .*. word haM Bradford County Bank"Bradford
    t is Tire. D. A. Montleth 'holder of ..._.-fNllHNtEl. Your.booker lfrr. ._ BargainsDeWITT
    low were each given a prize. credit ......1.11... reromiMpml-....
    The hostess served Charlotte 1....,._. Your biuloeot Moclalc. *.eretU.Ion <. 10 & 30 Mat. &_ Mght 10 & CM
    t KiihbofB. expert Joe to bavo II foe c. JONES:!
    Itusce and cake to the following Ibelr tenuity H intt a.fmr owm. I HATl'KI.AY )I.\T. IO & IO County's Financial Stronghold"J.
    guests: Mrs. P. E. Canova Mrs. J. HAIUMVAHKBest :

    E. Corpenlng. Mrs. H. C. Wall HAROLD C. WALL I H. Ritch, President
    Mrs. Geo. Flynn, :Mrs. D. A.lolontleth. .
    Mrs. II. C. Hitch and INSURANCE of Quality- (COMEDIES: : NEWS: REELS: : orNOVELTIES W. T. Weeks, V.-President S. L. Peek Cashier

    Miss Myrwin Jackson. The tea
    guests were Mrs. W. 11. Parka andMI. STARKE!, FLORIDA Lowest of Prices

    .s Minnie Gruber. I,

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    \ --- --- .. .-, ----_----- _,.... u_ _. _h_ ,_____ .__ ., ". -- --. .. -- -- -- I

    25iZhr c u 1 f fJ Itty Ifogsed spent! the week-end c len (Williams\ ) Miss Jennie Maude I II I '

    1 n Jacksonville with Mr and Mrs 4 4I Jrosby.

    I lack Kverett.Mr I Piano solo, March of the Wood I

    Bits oi and Mrs. K. A. Newsom 4 4 Mi Soldiers Robinson, ( Leon .Iesm-1)) )) VtriiTMalre OFFERING SPECIAL FOR MAY 17TH & 18TH

    I ave as' their guest this week, Mrs Piano solo Summer Days

    s'ewHom's brother, Mr. W. A. (Williams), Lillian Slump : I '

    tocal 1 Nev&Concerning : lendry of Palm Beach Piano duet. In the Holidays! I IMuelll'r liLUE /lIlJGE-No.1 can I VAN CAMP'SCATSUP

    ;: ( ), Elizabeth Hollings. I "

    Miss| Fredrlha Struth was the worth and Mrs. Long I CORN - 3 for 25c Large Bot. 19c rr,

    Our People, Business and suc'Ht of her cousin, Miss Jewsle Piano solo Long, Long Ago I I I
    Mae Hall, of Tampa, over the Beatrice Mosely. I
    Progress of the County and Town. week-end. Piano solo Old Kentucky Home
    ; ,,,
    --- Lillian Sternberg. I COMPOUND d

    Miss Mabel Weller Mrs. Edward Chorus, The Old Mill. eight I
    " __ ......=...<.:.;::1<:;::1""I25'252 r;" Rums, Mr. J. M. and Mr. lit-I Southern Cotton Oil 2 Pounds 25cDELMONTE '
    1525(.'>== ------ Truby lie girls, accompanied: by LARD t'
    suits I Col. and, Mrs. J. Joe Finest Grade ,
    -011,,,;ipv' eun-back bathing J K. Futch have Tl'uby spent Friday In Jack Claire Robinson
    : ,d.,, ,plat,! at stump's. Dept. Stol'e'l been guests or Mr. and Mrs. II. L. I sonville. I Piano solo, ItustlV'Dunce. ( Howell -
    im llrownlee this week. ) Martlle Hemingway
    1-4 Pound 24c
    and Mrs A. Z. Adklnslucksonvllle Mrs. D.) A. Montleth. Mrs J. M. Piano solo, Apple Blossoms.Pvolfe Banquet s e
    "111"I K" Saturday. Fruit jars, caps, rubbers, vinegar Alvarez, Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght.and ( ), Margaret Wlllia ms ;

    ".,1',?,I !In bulk and pickling spices J.F. Mrs. N. Sternberg; motored to Piano Trio, Love'H Old Sweet SPINACH 1J/ 217 Tea -1 Pound 45c 9''

    :II i C, Wall spent Tuesday Klckllter.Mrs. Jacksonville Tuesday for the day Song, Misses J Evelyn and Marjorie' ; ? #

    1,1dint; sday in Tallahassee.M Stump and Lo's Lonir
    | ,,( .1111 II. L. Hrownlee and Mrs. Mrs. W. I';. Mlddieton pent several Piano solo On the Lake ( Williams
    --- 8. i 10. Urownleo spent Tuesday in G/IANULATED) d
    days In Tallahassee this week ) Mlsa Bonnie Oanova,
    Mrs. J! L. Plckerlllnl !
    and Gainesville wills relatives. with her daughter; Miss ]Huzel Piano solo, Prelude.. Bells of

    ,I', ,"d,| Jacksonville/ Tuellday.1 :Mlddieton.Mr. Moscow! (KachmnnlnoO Miss Patsy SUGAR-- PURKCANElOPousidsSlc( d
    -------- -- Mrs \V. K. Brown and Mrs. Kel-
    ,"lid.,! !Mrs. C. A. Knight left sey of the State Farm were visitors l. aIHIIIII'8. J. Hudson of Law Piano duet, Just a Little Sun i I

    .I'r''.' ,dol', inr a visit to :TallahaHsee.M In Stnike Monday tey, and !Mr. and Mrs. Otto Smithof fhlne Martha Powell and Mrs. KLUE RIDGE-No. 1 Can I ROSEJAI.JBNo.. I Can

    :: Sanford, were callers at the Long.
    \11, ,,iid Mrs J. II. Lord spent ."Gosoard Line of Beauty". Combinations home of Mr. mid Mrs Walter Un Plano solo, The Golden< Wedding; PEAS 3 for 25c PEACHES 2 for 25c P
    girdles and hussieresStump's -
    "' l'.,l n, .11,i Green Cove Springs. del'hllla8t\ Sunday. (ICubrfel-Marie) Miss Eloise Ullch ;

    Dept.! Store.. ,.-.--- Piano solo( Vesper Chimes I al

    \11', "mil Mrs. It. A. Newsom were Mr.- Mrs.. W. P. Randall. and little (Emil: Sochting) ) Dorothy tVlrite.Piano r. .;

    UMti" ,,,,"? to Lawtey Sunday.K Ray Colley of West Luke Oil, have returned to their homeIn solo, Waltz of the Fairies HEINZ PICKLINGVINEGAR
    Wales, with his
    spent Sunday parents
    -'Fetch of -Luwtey-, was a Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley Tampa after a visit In Staike Elaine Wynn Brilln Your Hollie A
    II with Mrs Randall's parents, Mr.iind Piano duer, Camp of Glory, Per Gallon 50c : ., .
    bui-mess visitor here Friday. F. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. (Hoist) Miss\ Hazel Adkins and For Cooking or Table! .j
    Mr. and Mrs. W. Long of.
    Mrs.\ Long. ,
    Pal atka Jacksonville were guests! of :Mr. -
    StrIngfellow of ,
    W of the
    Murdock. At the close program
    Tuesday. and !Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Barrs, : ;i
    was a visitor to Starke George/ Mozo Mr. Bungsley and fruit' punch was served those pres PILLSBUR.YEL I UONTE ,; '.

    was Mrs in I --Starke P. -B Hunt Monday.--of-Hampton-- C.: Mrs.H. Stltli J. !M.were Itiownlee guests--of and-Mrs Mrs.A Misrt were! Doll guests; Stewart of. Miss of Florence Jacksonville! Mat, ent.rPHKKTTAS; : : 1'().\WII'"' Flour, 24 Pounds $1.20 ;: : PRUNES Pounds 25cMAXWELL 'y' .

    hews Sunday.Mrs. :
    V. Long in Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. .

    DroK Sale. Every dress t in "Love Pirates of Hawaii," thhard '
    W. L. Wall, Mrs. S. T. Dell. .Y
    L A. Reynolds, of Halelfili, HOUSE
    Stump" Dept. Store on sale, big of Galnesv'lle, Mrs. J. M. Brown- : of the series of operettas
    N.I C., Is visiting her mother, Mrs.K. A. E
    reduction lee, Mrs. H. C. Wall, and Col.! W under the direction of Mrs. '
    K. Johns.Mis. r. Weeks motored to JacknonvilleWednesday. Wall teacher of public' school music COFFEE - StfC'PoundCan46c/ d LSELFRISING'

    Mrs (', A. Knight and Mrs. Al- will be were visitors f In J. O. Traxler of Jacksonville High! School au .
    !II'" Shep.ird: ( 1- radford 1 County -
    Friday. spent several days of this Mrs.J.r.1Futeh. of the junior '
    (Gainesville Mr ditorium. Members
    Col.I and
    week with !Mrs. AV. }1:. Middle ton.Mr. clubs
    and Mrs' II. I. BrownieI'. Mary: and senior high glee compose '
    Mrs M Edwards Is the guest Urownlee and Mrs.:* M. C. Still the cast'Olnt. .' JARS WAX, JELLY GLASS, '
    and Mrs. L. F. Smith and
    Mrs A. Z. Ad- Pounds 95c
    III In"r i laughter( son, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Drnlian were guests of Mrs. N A. Dlltch --. -- FLOUR, 24 I RUIJll'US..IATOI'S and C'SATURDAY < t'

    km I of Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. at the State Farm Sunday. ....p........4 ........
    --- .1
    Dr) and') !Mrs O. P. Llnklns and Illnson and lal1othtel' Ev1ltCltl:1N: : : We Will Have Demonstration On Gel- '
    Mrs. A. G. / A a
    H'al' (orrion. Jr., of Luke City, are and Mrs. K.l W. Hayes and : I". A. Rosier, ('or.) '>' E"'ITR SPECIAL t
    of Lauderdale and
    family were guests of relatives In Helen\ Ft. Ii faitds Mar/onnaisc and Relish-Giving you '
    J. L', Frnzee.
    I. nut! ((01. and Mrs. Gainesville Mrs. Elizabeth< Malcomy of Jnplter ..............e......... ,
    Sunday. I of Mr and Mrs, FREE' a Three Ounce Jar, With the Pur-
    are the guests;
    l 1-\: >""n type of shoes colorful week. Mrs Hester Sapp( returned' 1 home I chase of Each Eight Ounce Jar. I
    )F. Flume this
    ,nappy) shoes, plain shoes CInifns, velvet beans Spanish :Monday after spending/ the l past i (
    fltore, peanuts and field peas. J. F. Kirk- -- I week at the State Farm, with Mr
    *'mini Uept"' ; Mrs J E !1L Johns had! as her I
    __._ liter. and Mrs. A. B. Hosier
    u Mr. and 1 Mrs
    guestK Sunday A'I M.and: Mrs. H. S. Ilo 'el' and
    WORD New summer Hosiery at Stump's :\1. Petit and children, and !\ children spent Sunday with Mr

    [EOT A % Ilu mining Itlrd ,K""i''an1t'IM'I' l J. A. Williams of Alarhua.\ Mr. and and 1 Mrs! J. M. Hosier at Wood 1 .
    Charlie Johns of Baldwin and
    hose In all newest shues $1.00 to Mrs. lawn.Cheatliein. : MC STOR
    *- Mrs. Reynolds; of Haielgh, N. C.
    COLUMN 175. 1'eele In spending( 1 a '

    few days! with his! mother. Mrs F ,
    -M,\U -IIENT::- Furnished! cottage M.'. Alex Campbell and sister 14. M. Gray of Gainesville\ was Hester Sa l'l). WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY ; ; I
    week-end, goingon t
    ."it Kingsley; like J. F. Kickliter. Rosa and !Mss: Haze) Underhill In Starko over Mr. and Mrs J. S. Sapp and l
    ------ Jacksonville pleasant to his| summer )Jiome on Binge! !Mrs.
    motored to on a children were the guests of
    Fin 1( KKS: FOR SALK, 35c per trip Monday. ley Lake. A large launch imri Sapp's; mother, Mrs[ J. S. Hosier .'
    pound' nix or more delivered f In i hosed by Mr. (Gray for use on the afternoon. ---_..-- -- -- ,- t:
    ---- Sunday
    i I".i\\ it A J. Thomas, Starke. It* Mrs J. I:. Coipenlng and little lake, was t trucked out there late B. 10. and J. I:. Hosier( spent key' to Junior class- Dorothy I at the home of Mrs A H Harley I <;ITH: .i.soriicit TIM ,
    Saturday and launched( Sunday. After tluxbiiHlncNH meeting. was adJo !-
    L'Ktta Sunday tit\
    daughter, spent Friday In Slarke, Jenknn.:
    lloiisn FOR SALE:-Good saddle Hugh with !Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Leslie McClellun, Cohen Peele Presentation of' diploma from u rued. (the lioHteHH"' served del:c- i Wednesday morning Sheriff l Kp- i

    IIMHI, '. saddle etc., also! can l he llrinson. Appearing In Sunday's Times- !Misses Geneva Gusklns and Pencle "cosmetic high"- .-Walter St. Club louts Hand wlnheH! and Ice ten. I person and (Deputy Supp'; uncovered(

    used fin light; work. Apply to II.M Union were the pictures of Betty Snpp were visitors to Luke Butler Duet Wllma Hays and Dorothy Mr. J. H, Howe ud mm, Claude and destroyed a still In Wolf Bay Y IS i'
    It* Hayes, 1C months old and her I Last of Slurke. together; with I
    I Subrlng. Mrs J. F. David and little son, Sunday afternoon. Jenklnt. were business visitors to Jacksonville '
    ./ !! of Beiinettsvllle, S. C, brother, Williams Knos: Hayes,, W. H. KoHler of Gainesville and Prayer-He, Weld.Prof. Monday of this week. eighteen barrels of buck und other /! !

    ?: 1-\\1\0: :' SOLICITED 1<'al1cy"lid were guests of Mrs. J. K. Corpen- BKe: 4 ; children of Mr. and Mrs mother, Mrs. J. M. Hosier were St. Clair Mrs. St. Club, parnphoinalia, usual with distillers -

    plain satisfaction guaranteed Ing several days of this week. K. W. Mayes.Rev. the guests Tuesday night of Mrs daughter; Margaret n.1. siAi) Wai- --- --[- of the :Illegal spirts.The
    I'lilsnvi'I'ItI.iN: ;
    !Mrs.\ P. B. Hunt, Hampt'lti J. S. Rosier tor, left Monday for St. Augustine still Iraqi. JUKI been (tired up for the

    Fid G-17-3t.: Mrs W. Epperson\ and Mrs. U. P. Raymond gave; a IIIrs.IaKltle! Forsvth and children where they will spend a few days\!! day's run when the ollkera ap- .

    George Anderson of Lawtey, Mot hl'l"s Day address. at Wateroak attended the 'homecomingday with their daughter, Mrs. Darner, 10 a. 111. Sunday srhoolt J. M I Touched, tIe, operator lifting be- 4,

    Felt() KENT; -- Down stair apart spent Tuesday In Gainesville with hruch[ last Sunday afternoon, and at Long Brunch Sunday. before going north for the Hum Truby, Supt. lore the ofllcers could close In. An qty,

    mi-nt partly furnished, on Madl- Mrs. Dale Vansk-kel.! the large congregation; showed. Mr. Bob Cone of Sturke was a mer. 11 a. m. Morning! worship tier- elaborate: arrangement of brush, tt ;

    .n'11 street. !Mrs. J. W. Edwards. their appreciation liy taking an of- visitor to Evergreen Sunday.Mr. Mr. and. Mis. Phillip Ciulman: moil by the pastor wire and a boll! to give warning: /\ '
    It. Frank Hoover motored ((ring of $5.C4 for the Bradford left Friday, anyone coming In to where the ) ,
    Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. A. Pr'ngl&and: and daughter, Frances< 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor: t
    to Jacksonville Sunday to County Chapter Hed Cross of children attended the meeting, at for an extended, motor trip Topic, "Why U Jesus the Greatest still wall located. tailed to give the ,

    LOST Box from Cohen Broil !see Mrs. C. A. Futch, who Is a America.Mr.: Long Branch Sunday. 'Jh) "nugh the New England: !stales World. Leader?" I alarm, although Deputy Sapp set
    store, child's coat, Rlvers'de: hospital. and Mrs Weld have moved "* the bell i-tuglng on Ills way out. rOTIt'11 ,
    containing patient at his mother !Messrs. Joel Alvarez and Bennett Rev, 1I'\ | m. Evening worship, Her- .
    h'tween Starke and Ocala. Reward -- Alex Campbell, were business vlsitora hel'eTuesday Into rte cadinan; house on Lake and --->-- 1.

    for return to Mrs. Alfred Mrs. A. V, Long/: and daughter, and sister of Plant City, were Geneva for the ummer.M mon) song. the Parent- rt
    visitorsat the home ofMr. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve The last meeting/ of
    Mi Kay Ocala, Fla. 1 t. Annie, of Gainesville, spent Sipi- week-end at Mr. H. F. Redding and son, attended r8. J. Edwin Larson and baby; ning at 8\ p. in. Teachers' an c'atloii i : of tills school
    Long's mother, Mrs.S. \!!. and !Mrs. M. Lew:u. They returned to Tallahassee
    day with !Mrs. the home-coming day at daughter, have gone ;
    morning, acrompanled A cordlnl Invitation to all our year, will meet Wednesday afternoon x11;
    LOST English setter pup. white E. Hrownlee.M. home Campbell, Long Branch Sunday i to be with Mr. Larson during lItrvl.tI": extended to nil.I'IIrs'r atl: o'clock, at the high t
    with female five \ by !Miss Rosa _.. remainder of the session oftholeglslature t''
    black spots, ----.- --- the attendance
    '-Pool auditorium. A good tl
    months 'Old. Howard for return Mr8.. C. Stith, Mrs. J. E. who halt been spending/: some time ... .. .. > 4'lll'KCIIBible ;
    friends and( rela- ...... .. .c. A rillllSTIVN[ la urged.Say 4i
    H. L. Brownlee In Starke i -
    'or information leading; to re Futch and Mrs. I --- i

    coveryV.. M. Walnwrlght. spent Thursday at the State Farm, tives. : Keystone Heights : ............... ........ School and communion ,
    Starke It.OH with Capt. and Mrs. J. S. Butch Helen Cur. .
    MlH Omlrm.
    services such Lord's, 10
    !: ( Day at
    :Mr. George; Mlms of Washington : LAWTEYMr ; : =r
    K. L. Demon of ................4.... 4. o'clock.)
    SALE Mr.
    -Ileo sedan, like new Mr. 1'':. K. Perryman, pitcher of D. C., .. 10. IS. burner, CorMl' Church services and it with i lo
    must sacrifice, $600 ; Buick mas of the Southeastern New Orleans Dr., Ashton Carey, exercises of the morning/\
    the; Montgomery club The granulation .......... .
    ............ evening the first. Sunday In
    ter six! coach $450; nine cars all : League, spent Sunday In Mrs. Bell Brown, Mrs. u. I. Lelth.Mr. high school senior class took place Flowers For All' ,
    makes, sell all for $1,000. Ches- Starke with his family. and Mrs. L. Wyman and Monday at the clubhouse Although and Mrs. Hembert Carro- each month, by the pastor, Bro. '

    Itr Smith Co., Jacksonville 200( daughter, Ruth had supper withMr. the class Is small just dine left Tuesday morning for New Dixon, of Jacksonville Occasions ,

    Park street. 5-17-tf. Dr. Ashton Carey,Mrs. Bell and !Mrs. L. A. Davis Tuesday two In number, nothing/: was lack'ng Orleans, La.i -

    Brown and Mrs. II. I. Leith left evening their cottage on Kings- In appointment to make It an i Mr. and Mrs. E. K.J Barney and Gertrude Godbey .,n' 1 1c

    'on SALE 3 spring cot bed, Wednesday for several days fishIng ley lake. In..plrlnlevent. /: :: The stage was\!! family are upending a while at DU. II. H. C'AltltOM c

    J2 50 and $3.00; 12 inch electro trip at Cedar Key. -- beautifully decorated with moss Hill's cottage at the lake. I Den tint Anderson i .

    fan, $15.00; small gasoline -- !Miss! Virginia Weeks, Miss Florence and cut flowers, magnolias, the Miss Mantle Harley was! a visitor Over Corpenlng's Drug Store aft

    engine. $15.00; Jack screw. $4 ; !Mr. and Mrs J. T. Qulgley, Mr Andrews Miss Elizabeth! Andrews class flowers predominating. to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. Phone nil:

    cross-cut! saw, $1.00; rope and and Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Monday Miss Mary Canova, Mr. Across the front of the stage/: was and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, ()lIke Hours! It to :'i. Phone %9 Waldo, Fla. s' ,

    pulleys! $2,00; various small from DeLand where they were Frank Carpenter, Mr. Clifton the class motto "Goln" On" ]Inpink of Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ... .. is
    fouls' A. E. Dunham, Starke. It. : guests; of Mr. and Mrs.\ W. A. Scott. Brown Mr. J. D. Boring Mr. Norman and green, the class colors. Blanchard of Kingsley Luke visited I 1 .w .11
    Ives :Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wall The two graduates were charming Cedar Kay Wednesday.

    10: 1I.\lWAIN-U,750 takes my Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell] and were members of a house party atthe In t dainty organdy; frocks, Miss\ : Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of ; .
    Peran farm in the city limits of lake ,c..:::: .
    In Lawtey A"
    the Klnksley visiting
    Canova on Melrose were
    daughter Olive are 'spending place \VlIma Hays In green and Miss I Y ,... tLiarrn
    Starke., last year's crop over week at Weeks' cottage; at Kings- From Thursday until Monday.KIM'ATRIfK.VIXIMl Dorothy Jenkins In pink. The following Tuesday.Mr. :: : -
    l.'Hiii' --
    pounds of nuts. was given. and Mrs. J. T. Moore have I .
    ley lake. program /
    house. barn chicken house; Processional, Edna: B. Anderson; moved( to their summer home at -.J ?" ) '

    *some tools etc. I am going to Mrs It. V. Turner and children I IMr Overturn. duet, Edna B. Anderson Kingsley Lake. In /* ,i4r

    "I\. York and need money. Seen and Mrs. F. n. Johns spent and Dexta H. Smith ; Invocation. Mr. and Mrs. W. Jo;. Torode spent ,

    l'.fore May 15th. After Sunday; In Baldwin with Mr. H. V.'Urner [ftc Rev. K. D. Mowry; Piano soDorothy Thursday In Jacksonville. ii !
    ""hn,, Mite no sale. L. Torruela, lo, Rae Jenkins: ; Address, :'11-. and Mrs. In.. Wells and
    < \t. 4-19-tf. daughter, Martha, attended the 4stte
    "Success"; Wilma Hays; Song "A8We j
    .ttr 1 INS:' : BARGAINS -=-An-; 8- Mr and Mrs, L A. Davis spent Go Through Life" High postmaster's convention In Gainesville

    n, 'i modern house on corner the week-end in: i'ernandlnawith{ [ : School; Address, "Circumstance last week
    !Mary A. Mr. Daniel Biggs and children, i
    Mrs. Ilae
    1 6t' n two paved streets, only Mr. Aavls'.rnother. and Endeavor, Dorothy
    'Ii', minutes walk from "post- Davis.Mrs.. Mrs. Martin Luther Jenkins; Duet, "Dream of the are spending a few days with his I
    the engagement TRit..CLlfl (
    .11111, This house and lot can 3f Troy, Ala., announces Shepardess.! Wilma Hayes and parents, Mr. and Mrs\ W H. Illggs. ; 1 t9.
    and Mrs. of her daughter. Luclle Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and childrEn -
    hf W. J. Epperson < Dorothy Jenkins; Address, The .
    . ught for $1,000 dollars were Lonnie D. Vining, of Starke, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday MAY SAVE YOUR till
    p 'I. han the house'can be built Geo. Anderson of Lawtey to Mr. Vision from the Mount Rev. B. It.'Veld .
    rh,, V house of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Ep }Fla. Thewedding to take place ; Presentation! \ of diplomas, ) with her parents, Mr. and }Irs.I. '
    7-room modern guests
    < Jacksonville Thursday he: twelfth of June. Clair. .\. !M. Blanchard OIJ need the sharp-edgeddeep. ;
    Prof. Walter St.
    'I'' ''I! wo lots on paved street for person In road-biting
    ,,, morn'ng the senior Mr. L. H. Hill was a business
    bUll'S""' less than house can be Intermediate Q. A.'s wit: :\ l'NIC.\I. nKC'ITAT; class On day Friday exercises were held atthe vltltor: to Jacksonville this week, i greatest safety tire ever built. One *jj'' "- t "
    for Also two fine lots on The Mondayat of Mrs. L. Grant, look show that Firestone hu JV :
    friends yon
    church The
    Baptist pupils II.Long school when the following program -
    ''hl' Ii front 8 meet at the of Mrs. F.
    street with east ; music '
    The she will the most gripping edges of any _
    All members are and class wilt be glad to learn that ?
    1" o'clock. recital, was given: Marcji)
    ,'pi-an" trees on them. These 3 rendered a delightful a *tta\
    tread _
    after YOU ever naw.
    be able to come home Sunday,
    oftheir Talk Prof. St. Clair Prayer -
    lot. be present.Mr. ;
    > are the finest building sites urged to Tuesday afternoon, at the home long;
    Class statistics, being In the hospital for two
    'In :'arke. Just the place for a teacher. by Rev Mowry;
    Dew and Mrs. Dusby Granger otl as follows: Dorothy Jenkins; Class song. wee k .
    bungalow Investigate was
    'tile> 19 bargains.home.Besides these. Ft. Myers enroute to Jacksonville \ The Piano program duet. Alumni, Reunion! Presentation of gifts to members Mr. J. n. Rowe and children Jf W. Andrews, JrI ,
    with lake Sun-
    for a short visit and of grade school--Wllma were vIsitors to KIngsley
    'e stopped over Lois Adkins
    have many others In stoves Tuesday, Morrison( ), Miss I

    jurciture tools and guns and Mrs. Luther Powell Mrs. Long. Hays day.The Ladles Aid met last week ]
    lumber n Cherry, See street W. E. Daughtery.It. Dr. and \Mrs W. B. Parks and Piano solo A Rose In My Gar Oration and presentation I I .

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    t"' a; !.\GE RU BRADFORD; COUNTY fELEGIlAPH, STAUKK. FI-OUIDA+ ....un.n.. MAY 17. |II,>J!U

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    -- -- -- -, .-. --'--I ....."'. In rather cool- ,' -she should not l Mr and Mrs. Bill\ Him |,MI 1

    1} -- I TOTAL OF 238,199 INSPECTIONS IN son, of I3rooker,
    : ,
    AZ a, I r.----' leave the eggs more than 10 or 20 spent :-: |.n
    here with their
    Farmers & minutes. [In mild weather she may parents, M ,111,1''''
    Farming Mrs. S. L. Prescott.An .
    slay away somewhat longer. APRIL
    Raise Visit your hens regularly while TEN COUNTIES DURING Inland .

    waterway man) 'n,",,,
    :t} ( Agricultural Keillor) i.4 Poultry they are sitting and watch them ._ l tVenty-six: miles in length VMII., II, ,
    --- .1
    ----- -
    closely. -If a hen U a /good sitter: -- minimum low water depth

    .... r she will stick the j jib and I total of 365 headof ... ....# m n i ,,;,,
    -- --- -- -- -- -- -- Dy Or. L. D. I.eCenr, V. S. right on During April Ni>>N....oOt feet and not less than suit 1 ,,
    ' St. Louis Ala give you very little trouble, but I cattle were found fever tick In- C n wide at / point will 1"
    Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Are ZIFF any be plmul-, , pr.3cCe.rla.t1raIUNI.nfth.Onterln I somo hens are restless' mash the tented In Duval according :
    county ed from
    Vn.rlni.rv Colleue. IK>>.'. Leesburg to MOHS i l\illl\>\
    of Farm and Methods Found IltinviixTcart / I \.
    tides Experiences .
    e j mash Miss Opal le\vl1t. Cor.
    ...... eggs by moving about or
    I n|veterinary pncUcs on .Ii. to the monthly report on the eradication on the Ocklawaha river ::.., ,''I.< ,,

    ;,' To lie Best Suited to Our Country 1 of nv..tok, poultry unit ptiulirv..ntl Mink I.minrnrftufhnrltynn .*,,.''nll. : newly hatched chicks Chicks / work as Issued yesterdayfrom ......................... completion at an early da' "r

    I NMCinnntlv/ known poultry breoJvr. should be taken from such hens the offices of Dr. T. W. dredging: in the ,.
    canal: l h ,
    :---------- --- j NoteJ author and.loi'u.e.s'lIdc' .. I as fast as they are hatched and Cole Inspector! In charge of the !Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas ?

    -- .. .... .. ..... Starke's ferry and the lattci i'|, ,II',',
    wrrw-" w-ww- -- put in an Incubator 01\under some United' States government's cooperative and children of Starke, spent the
    Later the
    efforts with Florida.< Dr.J. dredges will he m",, 'I|
    MELONS BE l'REATEDiRAIROADSREQUIRE ,\ XIX other hen. Always remove empty last of this week here with Mrs. up stream to complete a few ,
    WHEN: NATT'lti: H. W'r)Alin, supervising Inspector l" ,
    ; -t shells. Otherwise they may of thl Duval county work Thomas' sister: Mrs. J. W. Lewis. sections] The projected width, ,
    :3I0'ffF'RN"' TIIH IC: ;(;H smother
    other eggs and which includes that part of the Mrs. Dill Hines and sons! ofnrooker the canal Is 65 feet though; i 1", ,,
    t -- chicks struggling: to get out of I to the north und west! of short distances
    FOR STEM-END ROT county spent the last of last few It will i h. "llh
    Don't!; Leave the \Vliole .Job to their Ala whenever an
    { shells the St. Johns river is holding 11.-
    I ? week here with her mother, Mrs.S. GO feet, and mean water 1 li \t i ,
    Your Hen If You Use Nature'sMetl .
    egg is broken during the earlier 425 head of cattle under quarn'tltine specified at six feet.

    Y; II '. -- sl of JlII'4'hlnK-'III''ful' ] stages of hatching remove It. It regulations for the every 1.... Prescott. .

    , ,y ]Veber (ih(',. ]>I lr<*lions for Making Give The Farm 1'olliiulntC Out of Simple" hales Its contents are smeared 'over other fourteen day dipping procedure Mrs. Delatha Starling of Cooter The Central Florida( d." ,

    c 0 / HUC'flt''I1'11"1: ', n Siml 111"11I'11"111111111 IK'fti'ce of eggs wipe them clean\ with a Seventy vats are in use In the Pond spent several days of this live Poultry Association ha, i/,, i,,

    n'' r l 1.It' mill l 1'I1'lInn'nutl; ly. Boy A ChanceIt $" ucress. !. wet cloth' and return them to the I county, the during Iota: ]the Inspect'ona mouth being anddlpplnA'1l und week Mrs.here J. with n. Thomas.her parents Mr.\ ed successfully Its first \\ ,

    --- nest at mice. Use only lukewarm I 25.808 head Including some bOI'.eR'and function as an active mn'

    '! The fact thai railroads are enforcing The question which Is beat, hen water for this purpowe. Make necessary mules. Mr, R. L. Thomas spent Sunday organization. Members[ 111'i ,d|
    L 0, Le via
    k'' the regulation requiring has been my experience and( or I Incubator has heel discussed examination of the newts Throughout the ten counties here with his cousin 400 canes' of eggs which v, ,.

    that watermelons be treated to observation that too many of, n pro and con almost as much as.. while your hens are eating: to avoid where systematic work l Is under Mr. Yarders of Greenville week S. Coo mediately sold, and order ,
    section this n
    way---In addition to Duval Baker was In our
    1, prevent .Htem-end decay makes It farm folks look upon our work aa that prime favot'lte of old time disturbing them. fradford. Clay Columbia. and Un- business ling I.000l'asesmorewer, .n" ,|
    high .school societies Needless to say, thorough sanitation down through lack of egio iii
    debating :
    d m-r-enpury for watermelon growers drudgery. Farming is not easy is ion countiesa total of 23S.199nfpectlous Mrs. I.V.. Dyal and daughter,
    and nec- them.
    "Which cli'cken: of nests coops '
    came first or were made during the
    ) to prepare to take this simple pre work to be sure, but It's mostly a the egg! ?" The real solution of essary. The coop or building In I past month 15.708 head being Marlon Lee of Graham spent last Mr. .

    caution. The melons are treatedby .state of mind that causes us to the problem (depend. largely on which hatching Is done should be found tick Infested with 485 vats Sunday here with her parents The lllllsborough counts 'n.

    painting the stems with fort think It Is downright "slavery." ('Ircuml
    t deaux paste. When I was a boy It was more : the commercial poultry once a week. The nest should not cattle held under the quarantine Mrs. Dirt Stokes and children, favoring passage of a law rn'", < h.. J

    ;; r'' Stem-end decay Is one of the than the fatbers could do to keep raiser reasons is forced to the Incu only be kept clean as suggested regulations. First systematic work spent Sunday at Graham with her purchase> of Gandy Bridge bi i 10.< ""I,
    worst diseases of watermelons inV all the boys on the farms. They above, but the hen should be thoroughly !got under way In !March In Duval, parents Mr. and Mrs.\ I. W. Dyal ing interests and bond comp, >.-,
    bator. For the of the I
    ,t 1 Qt 1 Florida according to G. V, Weber were for going oft to the stores, age back yard or owner farm flock aver-however dusted with lice powder and J Bradford Nassau, Clay counties.A Cllchrtat. Levy, Mr. J. W Dyal was attending to under 30 year 7 per cent li, ''lit'

    HHBodate: plant pathologist of or log or turpentine or road camps. It often happens that hens before hatching Is started and cow that forded the Santa Fe, business In Starke Friday. with the stipulated agrri,>ul'u" '

    the Experiment Station. This disease There eight or ten hours a dollar will serve the purpose Just as 'well again on the "tfeventeenth" day. river from the Alachua county side! Sheriff Kpperson of Starke was that the bridge would been i 1',?

    and quarter a day and Sat- in our section Thursday. property of the lllllshorouxii\ '
    does considerable damage In a for a much smaller outlay. brought the first Infestation re- 'nut
    the field but the greatest loss occurs urday afternoons oft, looked mOl'elike Unlike the commercial breeder he :MIVH ('14 S.\VKI ported in some time from Union Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Parrish of Plnellas counties at the end. ,n

    M on the way to market. Bek "opportunity" to them than usually afford to wait until 11Y I'SIMS SKIM 1 :.MII.K county, where with Baker, Columbia Starke, was visiting In our sectionone years.
    $ v ('auslof: the great losses caused by with dad from fore sunup till AS i FEED roil( I'HiS and Kuwnnnee counties tImework day last week.
    hens and (be
    are broody problemof I is rapidly Hearing Its close.\ ImX1m '
    Mr. Rube Glover of Alachua CtGlarJnGttN'Y
    the disease railroads require that way after n'ght no pay no
    fi melotiH be before time off 'cept Sunday evenlng( and securing! enough broody liens What to do with skim milk Is n The discovery of the Infested animal !- was attending to business in our
    xl (treated they are for h's' entire hatch Is not very often I will necessitate the continuation COFFINS & CASKETSand
    i that arises on many farms section 1.days of last week
    li aded. not then If the cows had to be encountered. .' problem of the Union county work In Severn
    is being sold for butter Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mckinney a Full Line of
    > Watermelons may be loaded apparently bronghHip. ) As far as results are concerned, that area for several months long-
    sound but when they ar- Yes we have it in our system making ice cream or other 'r than hail been anticipated, Dr. and little daughter Margaret of
    one method Is as good as the oth- Undertakers' Supplies
    i4, rive at the northern markets they that farming Is harder than any purposes. No better market can Cole indicated yesterday. No ticks :Starke: spent the last of last week
    if methods
    a' have begun to decay in the stem other kind of work. Then the er. proper are employed. be found for the skim milk than a were found In Baker Columbiaand with, relatives.; AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1 1Al
    end. Frequently one-fourth to'' dads make it too stiff and regularfor bunch of good/; pigs, accord'ng to Suwunuee counties; that area Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke spent
    First of all, considerable care maintaining Its record of several ..r. .rt hand. The b.l ........
    the This accounts for Hamlln L. Broke, extension dairy- the last of this week here with his
    rim one-half.of the melon Is sort Melons should be exercised in the selection months standing. a' thv lownt price.. Bpvrtal. at

    } that show any softness'at the any scarcity of farm labor.I of hens used for hatchingeggs. man.The I In Jlroward Dade Franklin, daughter; and son-in-law Mrs. J.1V. tendon HA.GI3TBRBU!:
    ,,,, stem\ end are rejected by the 'buy guess It is born In us to look The following points are average cow hi Florida produces Gulf Leon and Martin counties Lewis.

    ,I er". upon farm work and' farm life as very Important. The hen should approximately 3,000 poundsof final work Is under way where Miss! Classle Hodges[ of Starke C. JONES

    z, Stem-end; decay Is caused by a humble and undignified. But the have well In- milk a year. About one tenth slight re-Infestations have occur spent last Saturday afternoon herewith

    ,5 fungus. Spores of th'g fungus are peope) of the soil must get it into a developed broody of' this will be sold in the formof red. In that area during April her cousin Miss Lula Mao STARKE. FLA.
    illnatlon; 'should be even tempered '
    I 'ngpect ons totalled 12.871, with
    It will require 1500
    carried by wind or other means their heads that In their work cream. Lewis. '! _. .. _
    free from nervousness and not : twenty: vats being used as 3,132 IIor".IfI1tIIf.If"'If'lfDl'1f.Jf'.w.w.: : n .
    ste'ms their life: they they pounds to raise a heifer calf to
    to the of melons ]Just cut business too offensive: when approached I head of cattle ore being under

    ))4F from the vines. The first sign of aro just as noble and fine and while setting. A yearling\ or two- weaning/; time or about 600 pounds quarantine regulation.

    tr'' the disease Is a drying and shrivel great as anybody else. Then they year-old iu more dependable than to grow the males to the proper I Dr. J. V. Knapp, of Tallahassee :

    ling of the stem. Since this fungus will be happiest and most pros- If r.tage for veal. This leaves a nor- 'tate veterinarian to the livestock We can charge your
    a pullet; never use pullets you ,
    : grows about one and one-half perous and contended. Farm people can avoid It. Use only hens that mal surplus of 1200 pounds of anliary: board 'is the active h.-vta YES 8 URS

    ,1+ inches a day. it Is a good plan to are too quick to place themselves to skim milk for each heifer rained of the eradication program for the BATTERY
    large enough
    t are thoroughlycover STORAGE
    board \.J. ICdwnitis of Ocala; In
    cut steins three or four Inches in the two-for-a-quarter the desired number of eggs I. and 2100 pounds for each bull calf with II. H. Simmons na the Jackont'll' oF ISmith's

    (, long\, so that they may be cut crowd. with a little to spare. Use only .1 sold as veal. ( member Tu.' ;board, is to

    again when the melons are loaded. But the main reason fQr the healthy, vigorous hens in' good I This skim milk when fed In the convene Wednesday In regular

    '. Treatment for the control ot unpopularity of the farm from a flesh and having bright and right proportion with: corn sup- monthly session.
    of labor Is the fact plies a complete balanced ration -
    this d'seuse! consists in painting standpoint ,
    red combs.
    ill the fresh cut surface of the stem that farm boys don't ,get,; a fair Eggs should not be put under i for pigs that la unequaled by any Apopka New owner of Apopka Garage F :arke
    Laundry will equipment
    with bluestone or Bordeaux paste. Chance. We work the enthusiasm any hen until she has shown well other feed says Mr. Drown. Tests improve

    The pastes run be bought ready and natural love for things at developed signs of broodlnesa. It made by the Purdue experiment -

    t' home out of them, give: them lit- stations indicate that it required -
    fur use or It may be made by the Is plan'to ,-4

    l lf' following directions, supplied by tle (If any) time off or fun or china a good eggs under her putlevol'al ladyshipat t 570 pounds of ,corn and 124 days JO-................,...._

    l>r. Weber: pleasure, and never attempt to first and confine her to the for 100 pounds of gain/; when corn I

    lI, ; Place three and\ one-halt quarts help them see farther than the nest for a day or two. It-at the alone was fed. When skim milk! r

    of their noses. We/even In- was added to the ration only 306
    ot water In an enamel-ware ket- tips end of the second days she still

    vtv N tle and add 8 ounces of bluestone slat on thinking for them. Personal shows unmistakable signs of pounds of corn and 56 days were t

    41 Y and bring to a boil. While this thought Is stifled more on some bloodiness remove the china. eggs required to make 100 pounds gain t

    !/ mixture Is boiling mix four ounces of our farms than anywhere else- in pigs.
    and give her the eggs to be hatched. -
    < of starch with a pint of cold water lathers do the stlfl.ng and sons Let her feel the under Weaning, pigs need four to six
    ) Stir the starch until a mlky! are sufferers her before releasing her. Then (pounds of milk to one pound of C ck"

    Who blame red-blooded corn. Pigs weighing from 50 to i
    mixture Is obtained. As noon as can a routine her to the nest for a day or .

    tho blusestone Is dissolved and the he-boy for throwing up the sponge two so that there will be no dangerof 100 pounds should be fed about

    mixture bolllm! add the starch, and Baying "Dad take youi'' oltarm < her deserting her trust. three pounds of milk to one poundof I

    and chase yourself withIt corn and as the pigs become
    slowly stirring the mixture; all the go A setting hen should be given a
    t'me. Continue the boiling ands ?" I don't. The boy at our heavier the amount of proportion ,
    place to herself where she cannot I
    trring until it thickens into house is 'a member of the boys t
    be disturbed by other hens tryingto The of Florida had $3.- ;
    iKjste club and a boy scout, even though
    ( crowd Into the nest with them. 580,800 in contracts for new VaIuefirValue
    'tp The boiling should last only one he has far to go to attend meet-
    When It Is necessary to set hens building and engineering work
    or two minutes after the starch Is Inga. And, even If I do say It myself 1
    indoors each
    should have
    r14 one an during the past month accordingto
    added The be a dollar to spend eVery
    paste should not become -
    individual fenced off with The
    run F. W. Dodge corporation.
    ,, too thick or it will not be now and then, a day off ( from
    1 chicken wire. If that Is not cent
    prae- above figure was per Price
    easily:! applied with brush. The work-not from school) occasionally Price
    tlcalhens must be confined\ to ahead' ot the February, 1929 total for !
    and I'm not particular to
    proper consistency: Is that of thick ,
    their pests and only released at but there was a- loss of 41 percent
    paint. "want to use the flivver myself"when ..
    ,regular intervals so they can eat from the March 1928, total. .r.
    A made from he wants to take his girl to .
    paste commercial QIIJ COACH
    At and exercise. Unless this plan Is Included In the last month's build- If you are considering the purchase of a
    dry Bordeaux will do it if Is not ride.: an automobile -
    too thick. The -_ followed you will often find two ing and engineering record were you owe It to yourself to check the new
    paste serves as a =
    or more hens crowded onto one the following noteworthy items: ,
    b disinfectant and kills Sif.roletsix.afia'nst! any other car-va/uc for
    the :
    germinating -
    nest with eggs growing cold In $1,656.000 or 46 per cent of the ',
    spores If they are present.It i the other nests.If total for residential projects; and $595 price. for price! $,

    has been proven that this paste | \VHUF FAIIM PROUR. I sitting coops are placed on $318,500, or 9 per cent for commercial Here In the price range of the four, Is offered a d.
    enables the melons
    to arrive the
    at 1 I.
    high ground with sufficient drainage buildings. smooth, powerful, six-cylinder valve-in-head

    markets without stem-end decay. all around, nests be .-'- Th. '523 //motor-whlch
    may delivers better
    ROADSTrb. ER. .. than 20 tulles to
    -'- -
    the state
    WHT (,'.\I.I'\illl'I\S:; 'I'" Following Is the farm programto placed cllrectlj on the ground. The fern growers of .52, the gallon of Kasolini-antl whose smooth quiet
    be broadcast from station Scoop out a depression so the nest will hold a series of meetings to PHAETON: .. velvety
    Kll.ll CATKUril.LAKSA : operation with
    i WItUF, located In Ganesvllle! consider plane prepared by Julian I complete lack drum-
    be 595
    can properly shaped to keep [fhE) and
    ,.... .. ming vibration Is
    a revelation. Here
    Florida for the week ending May. the eggs from rolling out. If conditions -Langne.1. marketing expert, for a Th. are It
    good for the beautifulbodiesbyFisher-with
    very :24. The talks are given every make it necessary to havea a state wide marketing association ..... .. .675 fittings byTunSJ..UAN. ('

    rrnall caterpillar which eats the day In the week at 1 p. m. The floor In the coop sod or loose modeled on the California: plan of ThtlpnrlCAUK10LET. 693 stedt rich' deep-tufted upholsteries and I)
    f' leaves .
    : buds and flower of calendulas driver's
    Is 204 meters. co-operative marketing. The plan SrhiSJ seat. And throu'ghout'the 51
    is wave length,; dirt can be used to support the Tht Convert- I
    powdered lead arsenate May 18 Agricultural news outer ejlges of the nest. Better has been approved by a committeeof /aLANUAU.. .. 725 aSSLs are found numerous examples of
    (, dusted on the plants, Dr. K. advanced
    nuys .
    Th SeJon '
    hour. still leading fern growers from all 595 engineering-such as quiet non-Iock-
    r'' W. make the nest In a box about / lock-.J.17. ,
    Berger, entomologist for the
    7 1 State Plant Board. May 20--How Plant Diseases arecltntlfied. 6 Inches deep and 15 !nches square rectlons of the state. It provides rhot.Llthaadel4OO Ing 4-wheel brakes ball bearing steering

    [ : Erdman West, mycologist for ordinary breeds. For Asiatics, for a non-profit non-capital stock I rr.echanisrn. .and automaticacceleration pump.
    If dust
    no gun or meting ma- Experiment: Station. nest boxes should be from 18 to I association which will not become Th.lt4 .DeJ-rr:r
    T'onChsssls.l .. But
    chine Is available i no
    an ordinary mere recital of
    t May 21-U. S. I II). A. Radio farm 20 inches square. I'uck sod or operative unless 70 per rent of the Th.IIITnn features can give you any 1'

    cheesecloth bag may lie used' for talks. earth in the corners to round them fern growers of the state join the .... .. C..b'650 conception of Chevrolet's value leadership. So "
    the purpose If ruins wash the Atlfrlrfif.o.b.factor* we "t 0 come In and ,
    May 22-Useful Plants from out. Then arrange your nesting association.: flint, MtchitlanCOMPARE see for yourself w.
    dust It will be to
    away why
    necessary Foreign! Countries: C. R. Enllow, material Inside the depression SO --- over 5110,000 people have Chosen the new th
    repeat the appllcat'on, Dr. Berger One of the largest and most Chevrolet Six. lnce
    associate agronomist Forage Office formed. The use of sod or earth January 1st I cal,
    advises. modern stave mills in the south
    U. S. D. A. U advisable because it helps to
    1,4 Is' located at Perry. For some th. d..IIYn..1 prle. __. :
    The corn variety test conducted May 23-U. S. D. A. Radio farm conserve the mosture: so neces- time It has been closed down. NowIt a*.well .* the ll
    '', the of talks. sary during incubation. prlc.InennslJsrlnaautomobile ,
    y agronomy department
    ( y
    has been re-opened under the voluss.Chevrolet'
    t'le Florida Kxpeflment: Station at May 23-Farming by the ...loon.lf. To my mind the ideal nesting clell. I Ile
    of T. F. Williams,
    management '
    ,4 .*ero Beach in co-operation with It. Ensign, truck horticulturist, material Is clean fine straw or aced prlce.IncluA.l -f' lira
    only r.a.onsbI.
    formerly with the Taylor Stave -Y
    fia Vero Beach Dairy Is being Florida Experiment Station. hay. It Is difficult to shape a nest chnrfltit irnj delivery his
    Company of Trenton. Mr. Wll a
    tt ry I eiiiK continued Ill's! year. Thirteen p with long coarse straw. Leavesare I
    A tornado wind is the official definition Hams has rebuilt and equipped flr(
    varieties sometimes used for nests and
    are being used. The
    of the storm that swept I'orry mill with the very best machinery the
    torn will be cut for silage. are.quite satisfactory.
    st' ;-
    Jacksonville Heights and Ortega obtainable and Is now
    Having: provided the hen with t ''hI'
    Thursday afternoon costing life employing over twenty-'nve men to
    One hundred and fifty club members adequate nesting facilities, the } lie
    and property. This definition was conduct it. The mill Is turning r
    of Suwannee county took part next consideration Is to provide I..ly
    given by A. J. Mitchell, meteorologist out an average of 400 rosin bar-
    )? In the 411ub\ rally held here proper food and exercise. The hen
    In charge of the local rels a day.Nearly .
    V recently. Each club in the county should! be permitted to leave her .
    P United States weather bureau, who
    ti a r took part In the day's program, laid that although such blpws are nest occasionally to eat and exercise 1,000 canna bulbs were ..

    bays Wlugate Green, special club ,* but must not be allowed to distributed by Miss Tillie Russet
    possible In Jacksonville they are
    t agent. stay off the eggs until they get home demonstration agent of MarIon -
    improbable as a rule
    ----- chilled: Feed her equal parts of county, during April.In lea

    Home demonstration work In A poultry club girls of the Buck- wheat and corn on the ground or ail

    Alachua county has gone on the Inghame club In Lee county has :n a pan near. the nest but feed \line with its aim of cleaning Torode-Ritch :

    '; -, air. Mrs. Grace F. 'Warrane, home made over $ 100 since the first no mash. Provide plenty of pure up Infested groves In Florida with Chevrolet Company "

    ', agent, broadcasts a 15-mlnute talk of the year, according to a reportrrom fresh water, grit and charcoal. The the greatest speed possible, state 1

    to home-makers every Saturday at Miss Anna Mae SIkea, home sitting hen will usually leave her I plant board headquarters in Or-

    1 30 over WRUF demonstration agent. nest once a day for feed and. wa- ';j lando have announced that a spe- Starke ,

    ---- __,_--- --, -A f er. If she does not take her off ] dial train of 14 carloads of equip- FloridaA !

    'rv't, Fourteen line grade pig were Spuds Johnson says one-horse and clone the nest so she cannot I', ment used In the north in cornsborer '

    ; purchased by club boys In Citrus methods of farming have little get back too soon. If she stays I Ii eradication work has been

    jv and Suirter counties from the College chance In thla day of auto trucks, away i from the food and. put her started south to Orange county I[ SIX

    ot Agriculture during April I and tractors. back> on the nest If the weather I from Toledo, Ohio. I l IN THE,, PRICE RANGE OF THE FOURT

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    ..'iilDAY.( MAV. IT, 1920 \LP.4J. COUNTY TELKOUAPJI STARKK, FI-ORIDA_ __ _ _ _ P.UJK !\1F.I \'. _
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    ===- mission and four appointed by was made that "probably" the senate to effect a reduction In salaries I (liii.) F 'b. I. 1929. 21H.117' I '0 lit It) -10 tOMTIIACTOHM' ;
    |. .1.| N,,. '
    I the governor. Salaries of the rail- bas seen the last of the racingbill. and personnel was the chef feature 1 Hal. Jan. I I. 1929 in.58KvcnlptK I I II
    lurlnit month 2.HO 1."to. bhl. wil r..lv..1 ly
    r commission members wouldbe of the bill. The salary of the Warrants during month _. I d of is. .." It lImO ;

    $5,000 a Year. the same as they Hal.) 1. l 1142a: 15.141iiNIret ( ford County Florida at the offlrn \
    game commissioner would be cut J'"t. ( %'.. IIOverdraft of the secretary ot the board at
    -=-- are now receiving while other The wavering path of the drunken Jnn. 1. 19311 .. 111.74Receipts larke. Florltn. until 10 o'clock a "
    from $6000 to $5000 a and I
    called "nuisance tax"111"IlIr. son on state road No. 1 members would be $6,000 year during month 197.34Warrant 121.!) and at thai
    .j 11 Ii.,. so ; Macclen- paid a driver will be made Immeasurably the department would be limitedto ,* durlnir(I month' un_ time publicly ..,.I.t for <''leai'inn

    .' proposing a ten per cent ny to Smith's bridge; on the Geor year. harder In Florida If the bill employment of one assistantcommlsKloner Hal. t'Vb. 1. 1H21 : 45.40lilNtri.'t nnd ur itmbblnir tie, t"Unwlnl road In I
    cigarettes and snuff gia-Florida. line and Glen St. Maryto 'p. 10Bnl. :
    ilKam: ) from Road
    51 No. 28
    lit' oil at $2400 I. 1I2! __ BB1 tlHecelptH rr1 by
    a 1.
    passed by the senate proposing to year .Tln. '
    ,1hi, I III Florida made its appear- Monlnc bridge at the Georgialine Larson of Clay. and McKenzie] during in'onth ____ 7.80 HII'( (l'IIIH' to HUI,1 No. .*_
    four at the salary of ( that
    deputies name
    house. The measure via Braxton. take away the license of the auto- VVnruintH durniK' inuntn I4u.Hal. .."> qlonly Ih.It.m.
    !alI, ni the of Putnam seek preferential position and 40 game wardens at $150 a Feb. I. 1M29 ___h. 424.27 propoaulii .. are a* follow: '
    i h Smith of Columbia. The bill for state road 28-A from Key- mobile for one year on conviction: IH.trlrl ,,,. 11Hal. C eBrlnl and grubbing, 15.55( 't

    IB month. Other major provisions Jan. 11120 __ _. 40.94
    while the 1.
    of the recent edu- of driving; drunk. passes '
    is ni aftermath Weeks' of Holmes introduceda stone Heights to Melrose. KvceoptH durlnic month 31.70 All 1 work to be done In accordance : '
    would eliminate the closed seasonon I
    survey and is designed it chain house of representatives. Senator Warrant Hflurlnir month I hq 14X0(1( with (the plans and InHtructlonx,
    ) new store
    laimiml tax It
    measure. fresh' water fish and prohibit: o apeclflcutIon. and proponal and contract
    Fell. 192t! _
    t. 75.36
    King laid the responsibility tot a
    for the Uverdre I
    |IH s,,id.! to secure money provides for a levy of one-half of Moody of Klagler. seeks pre- the sale or transportation of black I IM.trl : <,. IUHal. of Bradford county.
    ) The right reserved reject
    of the automobile accidents \ to any
    schools.line1 majority Jnn. I I. 1929 __ 328.72 .
    < one per cent upon gross receipts of and, nil lildH.I'lann .
    1Ilft, ferment for state road No. 78, bass. HeveoptH month 14 flu .
    these stores besides a county license from road 4& at Buiinell along squarely up to drunken Warriuitn durinI month .-_ 424.04 nnd onre, "IOcutonl m.tV' be .1

    ,J offriid : of $25 for each drivers citing a number of cusses Senator S. di,. of the Overdraft j'.h. 1, lilia ______ KU.73 seen nt t the I secretary, ,
    'j prison measures were (place of business Moody Boulevard at Flagler Heach lilnley. seventeenth t >... 1: or t the board ut Stacks, Florida. I

    I l by AndrewB of Unto IL Un- and a $5 state license.\ The to intersect with the Ocean Shore of accidents and said that the sit- district.: Introduced by re- Overdraft Keb. t.. 1929 ?:_ ___ 8(10.13UerelptH ( .B. S. .A1ATTIIKWS Chairman.tivcretnry. ., 1 \
    uation demands drastic durlnir' month ______ 19.00 ,
    i.i), .. urn the state would be empow- original bill contemplated a two Boulevard lending from St. Augustine more luest a bill\ to appropriate $22.- \\'ur"lnl. luring month ____ C. A. KUTCir. ; '

    i i'' ,1' I HI" provide discharged con- per cent levy. to 1)aytona Beach. The road treatment.away the The auomoblle bill proposes license taking 733.30( due for past salaries and Uvel'd"lr Fli. I. 1929*. i.'tOverdraft __.__ G60.23IM.Irlct 1:3: t-6-3't't\ t. ,

    ( I?, < with a complete civilian out- now is known as state highway oxpennes of ninety-six former .s- Jnn. 1. 192 __n__ 47S.27Ki'cenitH :NOTIfl1Xotlco "
    tag for a period of one year, In addition dnrlnK, month ___._ 150.30WariantH '
    $25 In cash. Another pro- 28-A. rlatant and deputy /gu 111x3, commis ::1 ;
    UK If Hazen
    Hi of ,
    Bradford has his to the Imposition of penalties month __ ,
    the term of convicted sioners. The amount would be returned "urln" __ t I Is hereby given to UnUnown .
    ,' ,lei"!, 1 that way. Jurors and witnesses couldbe u.IC .! 1U2I!' 322.117 -
    begin already prescribed by law. to the general revenue 5)l-'i'lct ?. inBal. the owner of certain cnttlnhereinafter I ,: tl ,
    ,, uiii'rs" shall Immediately served by sheriffs An __:___ deiicrlbed, and nil '
    through the appropriation( of $200,000 Senator vv" 'v. Phillips of the Jan. 1. 192' u__ __ 09.83UVKIIMH > I
    whether held In fund HOOII as a surplus of that other et that .' h.
    sentence a as month 1U.JO I IIl.I..t IICI-HOIIH t
    ,(,11'i i I. medium of registered mail. for the establishment: of a state Fourteenth district! urged; I the WnrrnntH.I'lul month, 1.70 wherxn. .,'Iall I u cattlu iloiittlhed us I ; ,
    ,, 11'1' jail or at the prison farm. ainount accumulates In the state Hal. .Iurlll, *, .- : j '
    printing plant Is Hought byV.. \V. members: of the senate "do your 1..h. i u idoIMntrlft ton : : : I
    black I ulcer I white ;
    hird requires the board of game fund. N". t T'clrIC ycnrllnn. 4,
    'I h I Another revenue producing l-'hllllpH of Lake City in a senate duty toward the people of the (\',', .Inn. 1. 192!) __ 7480 l l'ld! a on hln I crop xplit I I I unl'rhl I ".. .'
    t I I institutions! to promulgate ',' ,, -iinderiliiunre ,i h..
    .Iul< measure was offered I lu the bill to bill Introduced today. The measure ctate.' We do not need the classof month 12.47 upper r
    for the The Mnthews bill sought to \Vm-inntH' ilurhiK Inontli 1 t.60u"Cr"I'le enr, tinbrumlcd. In Hiudfnrd county
    \ .
    regulations :
    l'' I and gov- treate a "Htalo' public utilities commission would empower the board of citizens\ which Is n menace to > "'.b. I I. I I'.Uli\ SJ13.K3 und( Zone K 4)), bae Ix-on:; :: i-lai.d by ''I : I'' '

    :mi nt of the prison farm alongi and to levy an excise tax commissioners of state Instltut'ons: lower the Income of tax assessors IM.Irli-l' %... IS order of the State, Live $to'k l Hant- I 1.
    life. A man's life he continued"is
    their comm'solonn! .Inn.', I I. 19J 277.09 tory llonrd under the prnvlxlonH of "
    those In In fed- I through cutting < ,
    meof vogue Ov.'r.trne
    ,i of 1 percent on all gross earnings to acquire the (plant and place it Inoperation. his dearest possession." uring month 45.16 fhiiptcr' :: SI20I., Acts of !11123. hccniiHesnld ,
    ,.:1 i penitentlarlea. The bill also of all but municipally owned pub- I I The !scale! proposed In the bill allows \Varrlnl. .Inrlll month 604 cattle hn;ve not,. been i :clipped:

    rgulatlons and the nssesHors one and one half (V.I"'I I, I MI2II 23(1.IIS) accord:II Inir .rto 'law, and hay* /i
    parole n'i;::
    ,, mplittes
    lice turned
    n utilities the revenue to be Drunken drivers of Florida will\ hi'ieliy iMM-IIfy I that tin- forcKomKHtutumtMlt. me nx Sheriff of iJA
    ui ,nidi, tidal time of one fourth of turned the per cent on the first million dollars Hho\\liiK i:::: hnlani, : ; .rn Hi I \tin, ford ('olnly. ).'lorl"L. to be Mold., 1 .
    over to state's general A measure by Senator Kill of
    be subject to a line of from $500to nt the of llu- x"", h.r.rll.. I, n* Sheriff of
    ,III) ,' miglnal: sentence for prisoners worth of property) assessed and one 1"/lnn'nl 1111 "IHIII .nld () ( hereby Rive
    revenue fund. This measure was Arcadia was passed providingthat $5.000 and subject to imprisonment "unl .,'. I ahoto I ,111'1.l and) olthf notre ; -
    ,, by violent methods! halt of one 'per cent on the remainder I ia't.I liitN and %%'l* |is.li, *'( 'to tha owner, and ,, al 1..rH"n. j jCtll1'erIlCIl
    ipiiiK Introduced, / by Representatives( a majority of qual.ded: electors for oneyear, or both In case of the assessments. The) I :t lurlnir nnld:I : month.;I rorroxpondH; ; \ : with:( ; ., t that the mild "tt. wil 4. -I'3

    Young, Dade' county, and I'rine. of any county shall vote in of conviction according to pro I the 1..u'.I. of my. ollU-t Inl I IM t trueand be old to the IrtRht-i-t '41 ,. ,
    la allows the assessors u correct to th bent of know ItdKe I- ciiHh at Theo 'l.ol the place.where
    present I t..I..t.
    Three road measures have been of Polk, would( provide for a commission bond elections, Instead of free visions of n bill submitted by Rep and, ) .I a iso "y that said c'lll.are 1,111 h.l.t .

    intiiKluced. by Senator Knabb. lie of seven members and holders. lie contended that it resentative Henry S. McKenzie: straight commission of. one and the tot low lug. Ix a list of c".tI al ,..lnlyt"I".lo'I"H. II uil .I""ln..t.I 10 ,' ,' Oi Frl- 1'4 t 7.
    half cent. The Duval ii HhowliiH I 4 the Ia n ce t.LY. I h. 17th clay of AUy, I It.. : 'l f
    one per
    would designate as state roads the would absorb the present railroad was the minority freeholders responsible Put na at. i-lima of I the month herein ); : the proceed of Hn Id sale tobe. \4 1'

    highways from the Union county commission The utilities commission for saddling much of the .ounty legislator claimed that (the flrnt Htatt>d, mid 4 thu )amount oiHecurlty dlnpoHed provUlona of of In a'rolo"nl' withthe ,3 I.. J
    for schools furnished each, Much It'- Y201. Act .7 .
    would by
    lint 10 two miles north of Ken- would be made up of the bonded indebtedness upon the va The house also passed another bill save money poHltoiv, and, 4 the unionnl of I lnt rent of 1923 t ,
    : of the state but This notice dated the Srd of _
    no ,In Baker county via Sander- I three members of the railroad com- rious political subdivisions.: The bill introduced by I Represenatlve In many counties paid crtMlltcd durlnl, Hnld mont May A. U., day '
    his arguments were attacked: by liv each Hiild di> .I on account 1929.W. I. .
    ( J. EPrKR.SON: 'J'
    vote was 31 to 4. Peeples, abolishing rural school of current dally balance, ,. ur timedepoHlta. 5-3-31-6-17 '
    other representatives. I Sheriff. ; I
    .. --- I Inspectors. The bill was said to hand thin 2Sth
    =.- %Vhuness mv day 1':"
    The general bills introduced Included have the approval of W. S. Caw- b'.hllry. 1929. o oTid. r I '
    The senate passed a !bill to establish A. J. illllKFIS, ) ;
    How an appropriation bill for thou, state superintendent of pub-
    to PlayBRIDGE a state agricultural marketing rounty
    educational purposes by Representatives lic instruction. There was no op. NotIce! la hereby given ( Un- .
    Falrcloth, Santa Rosa and bop.rd consisting of tlifc k''nwn, the owner of certain cuttlehereinafter
    position. governor. the commissioner of agriculture KIM vri ..5. wrtmKIi'r d..rlhpd. and to all :' '
    Larson, Clay. The bill would pro 101'Vl'Y FU.MItMonthly other I 111"1..1 perHon*. that wherelio .: ". '
    for the Florida and the state marketing! Hraiwinent of ,'. ,'ull. "....l'lh.1( an fol-
    vde: scholarships Every Justice of the peace in .ol1tmh II'ner. The act carried rirndford (' Inll'It the month ol IOWH to-wlt : '
    State College,. for Women the Uni- Florida will work for a salary of ( .tpI'hm. 1U2K. "'w. heud of rall., property of .1.1I
    authorization for annual appropriation ( I'"k li(I IV I branded
    Series :: (enrrnt FutMlallul. "'I'll.,1 n*
    1928-29 by versity of Florida and the Florida but five dollars per month pay- of $35,000.Umuanirnouis: Apr. 1. III21I' 415.22 to "" : Ole HeddlHh-brown '

    :Mechanical and Agricultural college. able monthly according to provisions HecelplH) durlll, month, 13S3.4H: tti\v. clehornetl., llrk"t crop split "
    Wynne Ferguson t I I month I I 11711.()Ml iinderhlt( on one '.1. ivo suva I low '\
    ; The first institution would of a bill reported favorably to given \\'I'Inl.lILLY .t111. I! :' 343.70 folk iinderblt other ear, unbrnnded; '
    Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION :3RIDGB:: I Il.Op get 6000. the second $8,000 and the house of representatives by approval was 11.1. ".'In. null Forfeiture Fnntl one red and, white plded' r'll. unmurlieil '
    to a measure to provide for teach Hal. Apr. 1. !> 4nt1( i nnd II iinhranded." i In I font
    =- the third $3,000.Senator the Judiciary B. committee. Tho'bill IteclplH' ,1'21., t II I ("JIly In Zone Ut), have heen seIned '

    niilil 1428 by lloylc Jr. was unanimously: approved by er-training departments( in high; \\II'I..lu'lnl 1""l.,1.101h 6rr.1 11 of the Slate TI.e BlockHanllm I '
    I t I Hoiird under th '
    schools an act to establish nnti- 1. ) ( a provialomt '
    K.: M. Johns of Slarke the (committee of nine members. ; lul. 11) 1121 Fund I. .. Chapter Act 1921, '

    ....' ARTICLE No. 29 Is author ot an important bill. mNU"u'10 districts I I In the various Hul. Apr. 1. U..t 11:1) SIT' ((11ItecelptH '":' LUo. Miilil,) ('litI I r r"O\llVS, nf:: been J ((4

    counties ; a bill to amend ,t thilatutPH month 4'lll.31'!') d I Iliped", 1l'1' Ilw. and( hnvrfbeen
    Ills measure would terminate The senate passel (the house WariiinlH, I dnt-lnn, : month (tiiini)) ) .oil)) 4 II I to me MherllT .,tHI..t"I..1 C
    ,correspondent lias just written as "First/: The object of an inforrnirory hotel relating to Issuance of refmidMX (( I. Muy 1 I. mail( 82118.34: County' Florida. to be Hold. -
    it HOWS.Sou: double is to give information. l I. the the terms of the state commissioner companion bill to (the senate milk bonds\ : and an act making ll I'i,111'1) Fund thenefore., I I. nn II"rll of

    say that the exception to the firsc& hand bids a no trump a" .
    i 11, the intormatory double occurs second hand overbid with a unit, th, fish (commissioner the state fresh measure provides that milk and durl,1' month cerned t, that nnr Maid' ,'ltl. nlll lie g

    :len i,he dealer, having bid a no trump third hand has the information tha water fish and game; commissioner cream Imported Into the state four years.A Hill.WII'r.nt.uv dlril.i I !. 314.77 mid to 4 the I I hlKhext I I, f.ituei, ,
    I'uiiI nt Theo THOII| Field, th. when)
    <> iibl aiwool any suit bid by anorT0-) the first hand no trump consists oi the the state tax equalizer and must ho labeled as Imported milk Hut. .\I'rl.)O.I..lnl I, ) 318.lilt hald ,'ull.I are" now t.111 l.ll'l h.I.1 nl.l ,, '(
    n' TV. ",>II'cr''i second or fourth, hand. three suits not bid by second liand.: tate motor vehicle ronun'ssloner: and must be of the standard bill fixing the net crmponralion : ( -11:1, month 5(13.7i'() 'il''h. flat "iHi a double should be in- Having this information, there seems or cream ( of sheriffs county judges, 1..I.11 I. rll'ln" month, S2131 I 17:1 h day A, ., I llill'.i) ; t thIMMM'ueilH ( << ,j 'I
    with the ending of each administration. required( of dealers In Florida.Inspection : Un I. Muy 1, ) ) I ertHll(Ii t.I in to hu illnpoHed 3!'
    1 I lun'tcci as a business double and not to be in making informatory I tll.30.1.
    no sense ail county: clerks and county tax assessors \VlllOW l'ellHl4MI 44 t I In accordiiiKM i" lv I I h I ito ,prnvlMloiinof ,, 7
    if' mlormatory double. What is your double The third hand, j if( strong: The bill Senator Johns provisions are made !by and collectors at $(i,000 I Hu.1. April I I I. I IHS'I) ) 1157(1"ItecelplH ( chapter,. 1201. Acts! of 1933. 'i

    ri "';. lor this exccption?" enough, should 1 support the no trtitnn, stated was offered In a friendly the statute. In ) dm'Inn; month 1:1.61: "'hl. nn.I. i ted the 3rd duy ""f ( -
    i rtw this bid the first still of service. Under Its per annum today was offered \'uirriluuls durlnK) month, )))' Stay, P., 1929 ,, _
    reasons tor exception areA by : hand or keep o spirit provisions Curn I. Muy I I. I 70!).6:1:, w. J. 1i1'Pi'llt'40r1: % _
    '*n definite: First, the fear of such:! a make a, 1 business double or support one there would lie no "hang The measure to provide for I the the houaa: by Representative Jl \ .'1121.FundHui. A-3.8t-G-1 Irlt., \

    double lor business prevents fourth (,f the three suits robaUy held by 'irs. and administrations of Marlon. The b:1l: is state-wide API t u. i limy 1)41.941) over, new creation if state agricultural :: : !: .
    < a ,durlnif : I
    I 133.110Varnnt
    ) t _
    lan bid. IN'celplH
    'irom bidding weak. .suit merely hand in his no trump In Its application. n.nth I
    would l find no removals necessary marketing board to be composed: \ ,turi ng Ii ._- 1H4.IIO) ''I'U'I.I _
    tc(' ihow the lead. You will be surprised "Second:The convention would have hal .Muy 1. Ilia) I ( -

    liov the threat of a business double will no practical use, because there would all such offices be ng automaticallyvacant of the jfovqrnor, the commissionerof Under nivenfo measure, mil- llulMInK- 1.lnt- 4.tl In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth ..Iiillclal \, J,

    &,mi out such bids. Second an inform.ti -I seldom bean occa ':'on to use<: '*. ;;ic for his selection of the agriculture and the stulf mar- a Hul. API II I Mi2l) .. I"' *' I Clicult I Bradford Count r, y '

    douLle after a no trump bid is I first hand bidding a no trumo' ha 1 thr" : healf" commlss'oner also passed niclpalltlet* would bo prohibited U"'I.IH' durliiK month 1 12ft,70 I J.'lorl"l 4 "
    keting ( : I I ,inonlh I :WI.IO)) ())) hompHon, '
    r ,), game going value. 'I 1 hat i in, the suits, and the second hand has one ""ti.. by a vote of 32 to 0, without dis from, Imposing occupat'on licenses Un I May.1 dl'lnl, .- 124.34 Cnmplaliiant.VM. :;:I: %

    I lj",' ,IP aniwvr; to the informatory doubler. I it would almost never happen that .he iipjn l persona. firms or colorations I hereby) certIIv I hail, I Ihe I, foicHoiiiKHtiitement '
    .. f'\': is third hand would have strength ;in -he The measure to (provide the state cussion. automobiles bread ), Hhowlnif I, huhinci'H ut I the Mai'KUiet) ( 'ho"n''n. J, (
    strong enough to score game. : service officer with an assistant bringing I in by : of aid nt the enilliiM) : or ) ," .
    I m.irt opponents know that then same three suits that the first :lOn cigars: tobacco or any other commodity I h. 10nth herein I abovo .tll.l.4 and It nppenrlnir,. by iitllduvlt nllnchd( '.' _
    !rump Imlik-r\ doubles informatorily had. Of course:;, it could possibly :lap- to aid disabled veterans of the Senator Kdgnr; Waybrlght, of to retail niercluuitc\ >f I he "reccljilH i and I warruntn ",I".,,! to I Ihe h olll: :III: Ihe ubovn tallHe, ;I tin (

    th"i" iilliitt. their Suits -with impunity nen, but it seldom! votild! haopcn. I I. World War In claims against the the eighteenth: district sponsored for sale ,1'lnl Hiild thou ) Ii. corroxpondH' with I Ihe rue hi.ll'Il of Muririiret "'11"1'1>
    ,. when t they have paid such tax In I 'trdn of my o Ilie. nnd I. true I. nf a Htntn other than the g
    I 'in"{ to force opponents to a suit bid could happen easily enough that the government sponsored by Senator bill in the senate today seeking und e< rrect to the bent of my knowled Florida, to-wlt: I 1113 I i Kilmbethxtreet It

    t ,cannot score game. The tact thI :\ third hand would have strength in one rat Whitaker. of the Thirty- designation as a state road of the t their own clt.es lICe nnd belief. I IIMI| cnitlfy, that) Wuycroxx. lioorirlu.; that .4
    I > doubles. rarely ot the suits contained in the three-smt the followlnif a 1.1 .t nil county. (II.I'I IH Ill) perHon 'In the state f>f
    rnmtory score !331112business fourth district! : also passed.: < The road extend.ng: from a point 1If I1I' ,dtMioNllorleH. ( balance, (Ifench "p .Ior..., known. 'to alllant.' service if :1
    I doubles frequently proto no trump bid by the first hand and the house[ Hill No. 116 rela'ti's to ut I lhi> t' ,K"nl month, herelilli'Hl niton) u-honi uoiild,) ill 11.1 thtfHU ,

    ( i. Luxe penalties is the deriding third hand probably should support vote on tho Waybrlght niensuie Dlnsmore and runnliiK thence I the examination and cert Ideation ) .I(,|....I. and Ihe amount of HOnrlty Id lefendaiU In. this null for (.U.VO"re. I ,, I

    Ijtcior biila! by an opponent without that suit, if it should b:: bid by .irst was 24 to 0. while the vote on northerly and westerly through; rllI.lwr, by each Hiich, depoHttorv i 2
    school teachers. 1 It passed fif IT IS I : : OUPKniCUthat :
    of I nt'i'sii's
    In, of t I anionnt TI 11.nr'I.-olr j
    \ from hand. Senator Whltaker'a bill 22 to Baker and Columbia 11,1. I. 4
    largely Nassau ,
    mg partner are .
    guess ,' 111 or ,it ; Hiild' tnontliy 4 h Mild n lnnd > <
    I require .t.r'nIa"t
    I to (hi rteeiz. Iurlll
    V".n> and freemen!ly go wrong and To which I replied: I 6. vountles to a point) on the Florida ty-nine I | each .11.r I on uicoiinif apimar) to the Ill 'U.' j ,
    v ;:ion, th ,: do, produce larger penalties I "Your example of ho trump two I ta.! The tracherr to lie residents of the .,nc: nuJ: I. .imlnni: :';ea) or time I, de:: on !Monday. June :'1', !, otherwlxo '
    I -- state line near St. Oeorge. the of bo
    tl ,l n! huner ncherse! bids that are bid diamonds on left and double ., | state a certain period nefoie pOHltHWltneHH) al""llo". .Il. hil'll
    fo' I" k I I
    A bill sponsored by the federated road the bill\ sot forth would connect my hand this Ixt day or '
    t 'radually. your partner, should undouotedlv oo | bu'nK; eligible to take the examination. Lilt)'. ) IT 1 IS Fl'ltTHKU oltUKUKH.: that ''tt .
    : ""ii same correspondent! !gave the I interpreted as a business double. (Unfortunately garden circles to protect a with a state road now being t21.O.( W. A1.1'11tbtAN. thin notice he I published I onc 1 week 'I I ,
    fail ulnj, example and asked lor comr I ft certain number players | number of shrubs (plants and trees constructed by the state of tleor- -Ai'l'C.tN ------ Clerk of tha llrndford Circuit countyHliinchft Court., I foi for',i four..,.'nly..tl".utlv.. weeks l'ub\l.h,1\In Hruil-III ,

    \ interpret this tyre of double as ;in Introduced by Senator !McCnll)), gln from Vuldosta south by Fargoto Down lu North Carolina last winter formatory. Such an interpretation seems,, \V1T.\IJSS: the hand of O. \V. A I- u :
    passed by a vote of 26 to 1. The the Florida state line. <.tliIA IM CJOOU Clei,.k aiJ the "p'LI! of thlM
    p firsthand I bid u no trump, second illogical to me. One of the best rules as bill would bring under present Kl'MMKH: C 'O"1 CHOI'Gainesville 'U"'I'.J! Til( I'U"'I'I\( 'IOlt'4 .'lonrt"I''U'thin I the 27th day of AI.rl. It

    Ii ,ml l hid, two diamonds,and my partne to interpretation of a double as businessor A. D.. _
    (third hand) doubled.. I construedit >r informatory, is always to interprec state statutes prohlb.llng: the cutting Representative J. K. Stokes Baycounty. ((408 1.111 btd. wil b. vecelved bv I Ihe 1:9.n \V. AT.HRUMANSIIAI. _
    when in doubt\ of certain shrubs trees and ,. Introduced a byi placingIce Fha.---lteports from' City C.II1 I Illrk. Kin., unllelKht II ( : Circuit Court.Hy '
    'is a double. it as CO
    business informatory \
    t was so as
    played 2lxt i I )2'.I. I'll.1'lln
    in North and West I I' .t \ >I Klt.MAN, 1>. O.
    ai! ,' w' lost. My partner meant it as an its real meaning. This rule is particular' plants without written consent of companies under control of the pecan growers that Crotalarlu Ht.thn city. h.I.lld r. ) 4 IhlH Ur.( A. 'I : ji :1' ________
    Florida indicate _
    lormatory double. \Ve had arguments ly valuable when playing with cnsutacquaintances the owner of the property.( railroad commission setting a tax : lull ill I :; ur'H wldenlllK' I! i : Solicitor Complainant i 4 ', _ _
    and viewpoint service Is becoming a popular( State.Wol/I puvlnic I each Hid B-3-51-6-31. )
    even whose .
    morning, and nobody could make game
    on products of such companies for orchards. width ot four and onehalf 'i
    a conclusive\. Your analysis summer cover crop .
    argument that satisfied are unfamiliar. ot feet 111 MaI lc..n xtre.'t fron
    everybody. I made. the following argument the weakness of such o convention i id Senate bill No. 348 by Senator and prescribing regulations for the Thlw species Is more popular. with the went city I IlnH. 4 the Iltlr"- '('t'l 1') 1 j' *

    and I wonder if it is correct. I very clever and shows up its weak W. T. Gary prescribing the procedure utilities. -A $50 license Is Imposed the pecan growers than the Crot. lion(, of all, ("In'eiHecllotiH, Water .lr."t., ) ,In Florida Circuit. (In,, llrudford, Countv 411
    C'nancery I
    said for widows with In addition to tax of $1 per alarm strlata which Is used to Ild.1111 .tuII.. I
    that dependent a
    there were two reasons why points very well. I .O..t. 11,1, on Water, .1..1 .. the U C. I'owell, i t
    this! convention of the informatory Here is an interesting hand, both as families and those who have lost tOil for all Ice manufactured. The such P large extent In citrus Inl.r""cll.n of % ,"1 Wnterstreet Complainant .

    double in such a case was useless. to the !bidding and the play: a limb or been dsabled: In war. companies ire' required to post groves. serlcen has for I and LIIIIIU. to HI reel Internectlon.. including.Wnter,/ill In t'urker VH.Klla wldnw, et nl. 4 _

    Problem No. 32 or by misfortune to secure' their $200 dollars in advance, quarterly, Crotalaria grown t.r"'I.n. of Hnld Hi feet. efendnnt. jt
    .. a number of years in the orchard 'h. lol.1 .1''iiunlltleH 0, which propoHtiln It appearliiif, bv allldavlt nppend\
    Hearts 5, 2 .. 'i.. t .... constitutional exemptions from to cover the $1 per ton tax and on the grounds of the Experiment ) are deHlred are a* tuluwl: ed I.. Ih. 111' filed In the aboveratine
    from the tax shall I Hard ..rr'lllIf ( Hock ( .. .)r- that In believed by complainant ,
    Clubs-4,2 : ; taxation was reported favorably the! proceeds go Station und has given satisfactory face !) miuare yar4 that Kiixllit Parker, ldi '

    Diamonds Q,J, 8, 6 by unanimous vote of the committee. to the general revenue fund of the results. From 15.000 to 20,000 ('o trenl".n.concrele, I curb I amffutler Ma: WatNon. Muud, Hennett, John;,

    Spades K, 9,7,6,2 pounds of green material per acre K5H7 N-IO lineal feel. Dennett and, A. SepliiH. 1 IH a non- I _
    Hearts Hearts A 10,9,8 state. work to be In 'cor.lw.t, resident of of I'Morlila I
    Q 7,6,4 Al dOl. 't ; ,
    has been by this crop wI th I ( Hreiiern"provlxlonx I _
    ( liibs) Clubs 10 5 produced I pluriH 11.I'urll.II.I ) that the .. neither of nald ,
    -- A 1,3 Y t Q, ,
    the soil. "p'IMcBlon" known '
    returned to him ,
    and lire to and
    ... 1 7padcaQ Senator T. n. Futch's bill to The first\ racing measure to "Icl.l prlvl.loIH n.tendllt.
    Diamonds K. per-
    5,3 : A D : Diamonds- Growers In Jefferson county are 1 .,,, 1'ol''Hnl.I It," "con UI"n dllltrent Imiulrv he I In on- '
    10,5,4 : Z : Spades-A, J, 8,3 make failure to send tax notices mit operation of the pari-mutuel 100 acres of orchard (Ih. (' tr und of nble to ...11.11 their aildren | that '
    planting over l I.vai! Knirlneerlnic ontractlnfr Co they each over ,a ,
    directory only was gven: an unfavorable betting machines In connectionwith land In Crotalaria serlcea thleyear with the Hltae Koad I liepartment: of ale ; that 'h.r.tw.ntY-tn.no pwrxon y.ar"f' In )!

    Heart J-=. J, 3 report. dog racing as well 'as horse according to U.. II. niack the state of Florida.Knch the of Florida known to him ,

    Clubs-, J, 9,8,6 racing was Introduced In the mon, pecan culturlst for the Sta a. certified, I bid check lOuse be or ,u''omlanlr'. ,,by" Ii".a: either HUtipoenii of .upon d.d" "

    Spades Diamonds none- A, 10, 9, 4, 2 Senate bill No. 132, by senator house by Tlep. S. C. Smith, Columbia ton.: In addition to thin acreage of made 1'.rk.II.Ylbl. to five the per Clerk cent of of 4lty the ant IT. IH THKKKFORR. onUKItEn.. ,

    John W. Watson, was also givenan county. The Smith meas- small plantings will be made for an evidence" irooil faith that the nald' defendants "

    1\"A _.__, ,. . "v --, rUDDer game. f.; dealt ana Did on me nrst ruunu. n. r unfavorable report. This bill ure Is the fifth b'll of lezalizlng the contract the bidder will execute John
    Bradford Baker Clay Duval. and A. '
    one diamond. A passed, Y bid one had four hearts however, and probablytwo provides that lands sold to the the parl-mutuel system of wagerIng Uadsden, Kncambla and the contract and give bond '". ra- W.I.. HepliiM.I. f.ln"U.they each '
    spade I and B passed. This by B outside tricks, he could safely raise Marion 'lllr.I.( are hereby 'reiilred|( to, appear I Ito
    pass state for taxes shall be assessed to be presented to the legislature : -
    counties.Valpariso Th right IM reserved ,
    Rosa to the )
    reject filed I In HUld
    was very clever. The bidding indicated his partner's bid. Y went to four diamonds Santa "al." on or J
    that the each year for non-payment of tax- during the past few days. C any and nil lildn. .ror. Monday. June 3rd. 1929. otherwise '
    hisopponents held the Detter a doubtful bid except tor 'considering plans for : Plnn. and vpeclflcatlon" mav h., the alletratlonH of mild '84
    cards and that it would be better to fact that Z had bid two suits. B bid l es due for the year In which the or--- "..I ut the nlllce of the City Clerk wil b. taken UH confoHHed by .hl r,1,

    conceal the strength of his hand and four hearts a doubtful bid except that land Is 801d.Senate Opposition developed to a bill paving streets. '( '' 'ltt! Ten of t Dollar he plan and. tour' cople be obtained ol ( IT Id IM defendant FiniTIIKIt I t:I.. OHDKRKD, that I '

    await developments. the lead probably would be diamondsand by Senator T. J. Knabb of the --- the HpeclflcntlonM for Five Itollarn. thin order It l> once a week

    v Z-now bid' two clubs. A passed and therefore, make his king of dia- Hill 393 by Senator Edgar Twenty-ninth district' proposing (.O.Hovrui.vIKVI'NTV .1 1.:11'11111.: : ". C. F. JJUOVKK.Chairman.. .. Ilrndford fur four ,..I..UrV.u"ll.h.1 week In the I I

    he bid two diamonds. B then felt that monds a sure trick. W. Waybrlght, of JallJsonvlllereena'ts appropriation of $2,500 for the relief Of ,C'IU'I. Kl 'tiC C. A. Ft'TClf pnbllxhed County' Teleuraph Stark, Urudfurd a newpuper *- 4 t "

    could safely take a chance for his Z doubled four hearts a perfectly ("''spIt _ _'. -10-2t-5- County, Florida. I I I 'f
    first pass had undoubtedly deceived sound double, in view of his own cards the public free school of Mrs. KffleJohns: of Baker For rirmlforil County, for WIT.NK.ss: : the neat of this court, as ,- I

    his opponents as to the strength of his and ,Y's bidding of spades and dia fund act of 1927. which provides) : county for damages for the death month nt Janmiiy.' l! 2't.I.fur th O'I'H'N (also the Iam. or (II. W. "I" r""n. I
    or "
    "ami and from this point on they monds. All passed and Z opened! the that 1 cent, of the gas tax shallgo of 125 head of cattle which occurred nil MFhiiol I'nlt. 'I.rl: !; A. D.:'"I.t. Ihla! the 2th day of : ,
    Bnl. .Tan. I. 1 !929! Notice In hereby ,Klven to Unknown Apri. U21.s
    Probably would underestimate it. B, ace of diamonds as B had figured l. and to the schools. Senator'ay- shortly after they were KovelptH ill-Inn, month _-_ _- _4Z.2: the .wn.r of certain' cattle 'a'. Ar.tgft5tA ( l

    therefore, bid two hearts. then, the deuce. How should B plan bright said his In dipped by state officers for cattle WRrranr. ilurlnw month __ 22'm.ZI! hereinafter, described und all ( : \ [ ('lerk 4'lrIlIt (", i.t (

    Z bid three diamonds and A bid the play of the hand from this point purpose Intra-I HuU .t,. 1. 1929 'u __ '18.4 ,ither .IntereNteil' p.rloU' tha where .IYH.nl: 4'flj; AWEIUf"N. 1. e. it,; $
    "res odd ducing the bill was to ticks. The senate accepted Sena- II.trIrO N... ..1Ovr4ritft all certain ." as follow "
    ; hearts. This bid by A was sound. on so that he can make four in __. l Solicitor for Complainant ;
    J 1, I92! 402) *, to-wlt; .i j
    I that It 4-3-6t-5-3
    1 this of the school Knabb's explanation
    le knew that B's heart bid was proba- hearts? Solution in the next .u cle. portion revenue tor Itecelpt( t lnII ,month : 4.75: One bay norne, poor yi "..h. In --

    lily one of four cards onlv_ or it would 'in the event that the administration was believed the dipping caused Warrants ,tulnl month .-- Hra.lfiird ('(Ililit' )'. In Zorfe 10, :MITICK Tl -
    n Overdraft 1I12U! 35.54 been elaed( liy order rif 'ht State > ."m'r.: ..VMJ
    tax falls to supply the de the death of the cattle through .DUIrlrt Si>. 3Pal. f.lv. lurk Sanitary under ( I! .

    rroblem No. 33 ,j ficiency. the fault of the dippers and passed : Jan. 1. 11429 __ ___ --- 4J1.41 the !:!? Chapter; 9201, Art I
    ritirlnir month ._ of "nu.rl have nutbeen Notice I I.
    U"'elpl. Jt90Warrant fI hereby given that all ,
    .. 9 the bill by a vote of 24 to 8. 23 56 adhnv
    Hearts A. Rf during month ac.'or"lnl to.law creditor, I.eirateen, DlHlrlbuteeHi and ', I
    Clubs K, 10. 4 _. After meeting stlp opposition j i Senator Knabb answering a number hal Feb. I. IVit -- -_-_::= = 418.711IH.trl.t : t.en nVlr me n* all pernonn havlnl clulnm airalnut
    sf). .1 "hlr'' County, Florida the estate M.
    Diamonds-A Friday In the senate, Dade coun- of questions, explained that Overdraft Jan. 1. 1921'! -- -- m.ZI to I be 51,1.1.NOW .UrBelr"rl iepised. are Jarv.)' "nr..r. deo -

    I Spades 71urtsQ,8 ty's racetrack bill d 'd not raise when he had drawn the bill he fixed HrcclptH' diirlnit month ._ I IH4.4B therefore, I, aa Sheriff of nent the name duly authenticate pre-to 1
    HeartsJj 4 Warrant Jnrlnif month ___ 124.49 Bald county do hereby give notice i the County Judge of Mradford
    \ Y Clubs 5, 3. 2 its) head during the afternoon. It the damages at $15 a head for Overdraft F.b. I. JH29 .. _- 310.90 Lo the owner an.1 to all p trnon* ty, Florida. at hU otflce, In the coun court i ti hi
    : : commttee! to IM.lrl.-l *". concerned that the luCid cattle will I home, In the City of Htarke .
    the wouldhe the cattle but the within
    donds- 9, 7 1 A B Diamonds K was expected measure HaL Jan. 1. IP 2S __.._. 2J4.28 be Mold to the h..h..t bidder for r>ne year from date thereof or thin 5
    P 9 S Z : iipades -J made a constlnulng order but which it was referred. after Investigation Receipt' iliirlnif month --- cash at Theo TI".. 'Ieh. the place I notice will be held In bar i J

    r its sponsors believe in the old maxim raised the figure to $20a Warrant. Feb. 1.dutlnir 192) _month__ _-_=__ : J23.28 20:00Hal. and where Bld catl.0 are o'clock on belnic Friday held, and:ate all are p.r""n.required'Indebted to to the lhe.t. '

    Hearts J. 10, 3I that "be who! fights and runs head. lI.tIet %u. UHal. the 1''lnd yat1 May. A. !>.. l 2i; 'orthwlth) to the underpinned pay admln-same iS It
    Clubs-J I Jan. 1. 19211 ___ .1761.70 the proceed *ald Hale to he die., 1.lrator.L9i. T1f1
    away will \live to fight another I Uurlnamonth 53.i5 joed of In a.cor"anc. with the ta the 19th of a
    Diamonds 3 H.e"'pt. day March, A. IX
    l' day." It was stated in the lob- Reorganization of the state game 1 Warrant durinI month 800.00 urnvlulons| | of chapter 9201 Act pfTlilM j
    Spades 10 1923.
    Hal. "
    bies that the measure "probably department to provide that the I I .1. UI.tl.JI29 -%o. 7 t04.81 nnlc. elated the 3rA day of Administrator-' A. S. .. :iHlrv.y *- -
    g( ,
    1Iamon.: all 01 the tilcaLnst commissioner shall hold office at Bal.' Jan. I. _,_ 218.47 :May A. ., 11. h ..
    &mpa and Z Is In the lead. How can Y Z wln would come up again/ Tuesday. On Itr.lpta during month .CO W. J. EPPERSON. Snyder. i ui, -,

    any uesa.. Solution in the Sten attic! the other hand, tbe prediction also the pleasure of the
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    ..4NN444.N..NN11.1: parents Mr. and Mrs E. M. Ha- Sunday here with his parents. Mr. Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. T. F Sunday school work.
    Bradford County TelegraphEstablished and Mrs. I. W Pnhol! ter. Brown and son. Emery; and Miss Junior B. Y. P. U. level. ,.,
    : BROOKER' : en.Messrs.. Emery and Alph Hazen Sheriff Kpperson: of Starke, was Kathryn AVeest of Hampton were Raymond, will meet at 7 I,I',' "
    1877 !Miss IVnilo Gnlnry with transacting business here, last III
    Sunday In Georgia
    spent visiting !Mrs. Jones' daughter, Mrs. Mid-week service at s ,
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    ----------- ..1...4.44N144.1..1444. friends. Thursday A. L. Sullivan and family Sunday. Wednesday.
    Mrs.\ A. B. Crosby and Miss Lois 1---
    Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Mr. II. P. Gulney and W. II. Gainey were visiting In Lake Butler c... h.4 N.4..1..44.: Miss visiting June Adklns Miss Hilda of Hampton Sullivan Cocoa. has new 5 and

    n Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida white were transacting; business last !Monday. Beach : was last' Friday afternoon.Mr store. --- ._--

    E. S. Matthews _____;-_________ ____Owner and Publisher in Mrs.Gainesville S. M lust Mott Wednesday and. children ailing Mr business GeraldAdklns In Gainesville was! trans-last :N.4.444440..40.444.44i daughter. and of Mrs Miami 1 Elmer 1 I. arrived Powell ben and

    : 1. C. Robinson ___ ______ ____________ __ Managing Editor were visiting In Hal foul last 1 Monday. I.<\ Matthews\ of Slarke Friday afternoon to vslt: Mrs.
    Misses Cleo Reynolds and Thel- Mr. E. S.
    __ Thursday.Mr. ]
    -+- I Powell's parents, Mr. and. Mis.\ C.
    1 Graham were visitIng : here Sunday after
    of visitor
    I.. It. Galney and daughter ma Brown was a .
    1 ,, SUBSCRIPTION RATE Lola and Mr. John Baxter and I I here last Sunday.Mr. A. Your.gblood.hiitviris .--
    Miss! Lubedla Plnholster spent Buddie Russ of Theressa noon.Mr. : )( : AT KIMJM-KY;
    $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance I and Mrs. Lacy Norman and
    ti Yearly -
    ; Wednesday night In Lakeland with spent Sunday afternoon here with
    i ; ; G Advertising Rates on Application. lends end relatives. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russ. daughter Cleo, attended servicesat There will IJB nil day services at

    4 -. .. Mr. H. H. Green and Lee Green Miss Lubedla Plnholater and Long Branch Sunday. Klngsley Lake Daptlst church Sunday -
    were transacting I business In Audrey Poll{, were visiting In Mr. Charlie Gaskins of Doctor's May Jfltli. There will be din-
    With the end of school days the commencement of life Klarke and Graham last Thursday. Starke last Saturday [Inlet spent Sunday here with his ner on the grouud and Baptism.Dr. Fire
    begins. Mr. Floyd of Lake Butler was 11["'. Emery, Hazen was transacting mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklns. .. Ilrlttlaii of Jacksonville Greatest in
    attending to business here. last business lu Lacrosse fast Monday Mr. L. M. Murrhee Mrs. J. L. secretary and treasurer of Baptist) American History
    o Thursday. Cashing and children andIlss!\ State Mission will be there to
    have not been taken up Mi1. Lewis Shrlver was attend- Frankle Lou and Louse Murrhee ftadnnt Hriil Gomorrah Troy, Ron }
    ; It's lucky the "talking pictures" Mr Dill Baxter of Jacksonville. speak) In (the Interest of the new LoniloH hail Ilirlr" ratiflnRrullun,
    galleries. pinned through here on his way to ing to business in Starke last spent Sunday at Belmore theguests church, end also there will be tijimllril ,h., which. follnv i I y I uttionn ,?
    by: photograph of rlutlves and while there earihffimk* ...f I |In Hun frrm,,,
    Lakeland last Tuesday.Mr. o'clockof
    Wednesday. memorial services at three
    Beulah h co.t 11350.H)().. .1 wllunl" .n..,,,' ,
    "' I -o !Mr. John PInhol ter of Alachua R. II. Green :was transacting! attended services at the \V. O.V.. A large crowdIs year.* work In a flay Inferior InmnM i,
    should against a full 'was transacting business here last business In Starke last Tuesday.Mr. church. expected. ruction .hrlpful" In ........ ,tlilflagralion ,.
    Some of the sun-back frocks backup Gasklna and son, of lliti., .nrvl. tni' nilqilrDuilil .
    Wednesday. A. L. Greene and daughter Mrs. Jean Committee.
    S length mirror and take a squint. Misses Florence Ward and Jose- Gracie, and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were Darby were visitors to Starke .ountlly lo avoid' fir.,.....,,. ,
    INiI, ''yie' o phine Chesser who have been visiting! lu Starke last Monday.A Monday UU';::1ST In llh|.rvcnt II,...nd. INMKE Kin.. ," t".
    \ a rnlt '
    spending some time In Jacksonville large crowd were delightfully Mr. C. B. Brush of Jacksonville .,...... Arc" 'In.",-rMiliiK.|".... .oml.oi.| drprnl" >
    ,,4" "Blue Shirts to Give Barnyard Dance, headline. Regular returned home last! Wednesday. entertained at the home of Mr. and spent Thursday afternoon here Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. F. will llirn. b*wrN .....|'U.m...pain ,?.
    1t old time family wash day breakdown? I II !Mrs. I. W: Pin holster last Satur- guest of Mr. and Mrs L. M. JUur- Klckllter BUPt.'Vorshlp lowea*
    0---- I Mr. R. P. Lewis and Air. Arthur,' day night at a chicken pilau. There rhee. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. J. R. DAVIS & ('0,
    ; Edwards were attending to business were quite a number of games Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasklns, Mrs. At the evejilng service we will
    .a' So far Jwry Carter has not been accused of importing a I In Starke last Thursday.Mrs. played which were very Interestingwith Lacy Norman and daughter and have as speakers HeV. Maxie Col- INSURANCE

    special brand of bed bugs to retain his job as hotel inspector. T. P. Ward and (!children the young and old. After the Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee\ were lings and Mrs. Vaughts both of STARKE, FLORID \,
    o spent Wednesday In Jacksonville games were played, the supper was! visitors to Starke Saturday after- Gainesville. They will speak on ._. nn .
    with relatives. served with Miss Stellmae Wardof I noon.
    "Health Officer Hit by Rule" headline in Tallahassee Mr. II. M. Gainey was transacting Jacksonville: acting as hostess. !Mr. Darby Gasklns and sisters: p**. '

    'f Democrat. lie's lucky; Carter and Royal! were hit with business In Starke last Friday. A large crowd enjoyed the Interesting !Misses Berllce Beadle and Geneva I'i
    Mr. K. S. Galney of Plant City B..V. 1'. U. program given -I attended services at Long Brunch 1
    ;,! clubs. spent Sunday here with friends by our n. Y. P. U. at Graham Sunday. '
    a''d' f 1--, and relatives and .was accompli last Sundaynight. The program Mr. Walter Lee of Russell wasa I Three reasons for the
    t One point the temperance officials have overlooked is that i ed home by his mother Mrs. II. went as following.Scripture visitor liars Sunday.
    white' Gainey.Mr reading by Mr. T. B. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson spent the
    that since prohibition we no longer have any "poor"
    i g and Mrs. L. R Galney and PInliolHter.! week-end In Union county the r
    i trash with us. daughter, Loin and Mr. and Mrs r'rayer.Sicrlal. guest. of relatives. I SAFETY
    ; o. H. M. Galney, spent Sunday In song by Iris Brown Lu- -t i -
    Congressman :Michaelson will likely have Uncle Sam give Jacksonville with friends and rela- bed'a Plnholster and Eunice Ha- ........... .......... I
    his brother-in-law a soft berth when the diplomatic liquor tives.Mrs.. O. (i. Strayhorn of Wildwood zen.Inlrottac' lon., by Jewell Conerly. .: TIIER'ESSABliodu : ,

    '("' case is ancient history. spent Sunday here with her Part 1. Marcus Coneily. bliss Zclgler Cur of the New Ford CarsNEW

    -n Iarents.Ir.! and Mrs. 1:. M. Hazen. Part 2. Iris Brown. .
    04411041141011111111114Mrs. i
    The Times-Union paragrapher has concelled all out-of- Messrs. L. R. Gatney, S. M. Part 3A. Hugh Butler Crosby. i
    Molt and R. P. Lewis; were transacting Part 3D. Geneva Harrell. II. I). May was In Starke .
    playful business In Starke last Fri Part,4. Roberta Conerly. last Thursday.Mr. FORDS
    l>art-.Ellfle! Harry,. Eugene Helberger was in I SPORT COUPE
    -o 11. P. Galney Gerald Ad- Partv6 Guy Harrell.SpecInf'Vong Starke last Thursday. w1' with rumble teatS
    4 klns \V. If. White and I. .t. Pin- -Geneva Harrell Miss Rhoda Zelgler was a business
    Among the proposed new regulations on fishing during
    holster were transacting business and T. B. Plnholster. visitor to Starke last Satur- '1 1I
    ,i the open season there are none prohibiting the fishermen lying In.I Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. Closing song by all.
    .'.; v about the size of the one that finally got away. and Mrs. Laird and laughter Among those present from here day.Mr. Willis Swindell of Starke,
    --0 of Perry spent the week end were: Misses J Elsie Barry Roberta visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. .
    "' here with friends.Mr. Conerly, Pearl Galney Lubedla R. Swindell here last week-end.
    'l The legislature has declared an open season on justices and Mrs. John Mott were Plnholster, Eunice Hazen, Iris Miss Eula Swindell spent last a1
    : of the peace-the last (cruel' blow being a reduction in salary attending to business In Galnes- Brown, Mildred Cone Geneva Har Saturday night: Keystone with -'f I
    t'c' to five dollars per month. That'll buy chewing tobacco.. vIII last Saturday.Mr. rell Oracle Greene Ruble Kelly her sister Mrs. Jake CartreHson
    and Mrs. II. P. Oalney and Zulena Waters Mary Craig, Ver- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and
    o- children were! visiting their daughter He Thomas and Eunice: Conerly. son Othma, were shopping!! : In 9
    Both the senate and house are going after the drunken Mrs. It. W. Hrauneri In Lake Messrs.! Marcus Conerly Alph Ha Starke last Saturday night; ,I .
    automobile driver with a vengeance. There does not exist Butler last Sunday. zen, Hugh Butler Crosby Resale Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler hadas I $
    i a greater menace on the highways than the driver with liquor Mrs. A. D. Crosby and son, 131- Colson, O.: J. Mott. Cyphus Harrell their guests; Sunday their sons II I 550
    icier Glen, of Jacksonville are vis Hoy iand Leslie Greene, T. B. MiR.. (I. Zeigler of Gainesville I
    controlling his actions aing here wlrli her parents, Mr. Plnlytlster", Guy and Malcolm Har Mr\ W T. Zeigler of Jacksonville, I' .. (f. O. S. Detroit; flu" ,
    o and Mrs. L. It. Galney.Mr rell, MaUle Surrency Grady and and Mr. L. C. Zeigler of Stwke. 'I r ... .r chart d alt*fry.for Bumftri freight rod and
    i1 Largo bootlegger shot at quarantine guards when ordered Jim Mott and eon, o. J., Pit Baxter, Lloyd Barry and Lau- Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of I far* tire tiara)
    to halt mid!taking the guards for prohibition officers. Must and Mr. L. R.: Galney were transacting rie Mott and Aubrey Hazen. Hampton was the dinner guest! of 1 ,... rI
    business In Alachua last Rev. Norris of Lacrosse 'passed her son, Mr C. Sullivan and family .1
    have been loaded with of his load to mistake
    a I
    partly some Monday through here last Tuesday. last Sunday .
    spray gun for a pump.gun. M,'. Vasco Hazen of Wild wood, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster Miss) Lucille Bennett was visitIng 1 1. Fully enclosed six-brake
    o spent the week-end here with his and baby of Jacksonville spent Miss Hilda Sullivan Sunday.WhatiPrice .

    Michigan cannot be accused of being lenient ,with boot .. .. -. -. '
    leggers. The latest law enacted provides a mandatory jail ,

    t sentence of one year for first offenders for manufacturing II i iI I.

    selling' Keeping transporting I 2. frame and
    or I Strong body
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    Bradford county commissioners might take a tip from ,I !

    Marion county in its instruction to officers to arrest and prose- i iI I!I 3. Triplex shatter-proof

    ______t'c; s cute all persons engaged in working timber on lands that have iI I I
    t'' reverted to the state for non-payment of taxes. I i glass windshield

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    Starke is one of the best paved towns to be found in the !
    state. If the proposed paving is carried through West Call ,
    on I THE new Ford is a great car to drive not only because
    and the two intersections between Call and Madison made,
    every main business and residential street in the city will be .1.1I of its acceleration, smoothness, speed, com-

    1 +',r paved. Starke citizens. cannot be accused of being non pro- fort, reliability and economy, but also because of

    1 gressive. I I the safety resulting from the sturdy frame and body,

    --0 G' rc) I II the fully enclosed six-brake and the Triplex
    id So many complaints about the, handling of cattle dipping i I I system
    t .., in this county are heard from different sources that owners of II II I shatter-proof glass windshield.

    + stock are invited to the columns of the in relating I This
    use Telegraph Ii shatter-proof glass windshield is an especially

    ,; i; r, their experiences in this cattle dipping campaign whether : i Banking? I II important safety feature because it eliminates the
    they are satisfied or dissatisfied with the progress being made
    Unless desired names of contributors will not be published. I I danger of flying glass-the cause of 65% of auto-

    $, I mobile injuries.It .
    I Consider
    Mr. Farmer.
    }*' Starke should have a cleanup week before summer is officially -I ; I is furnished without extra cost and is just another -
    ushered in, but before the city dads request observance Modern farming is a business. To produce and market : indication of
    hh of its citizens in this move its power should be exercised in I your crops to best advantage you need equip I the quality that has been built

    '' removing public nuisances and menaces to health allowed to ment. Equipment costs money. And money comes into every part of the new Ford.

    }' exist. If it requires an pinion from the attorney general as : i I from the Bank. The deduction is obvious : the modern By all means, see the new Ford car and arrange

    t to who has the power, the council or the mayor the opinion I agriculturalist allies himself with the modern I II for a demonstration. You it
    should be secured but let's have a more strict observance of I banker.Consider. will know then that

    'I sanitary regulations. ,I ,I gives you everything you will want or need in a

    o Mr. Manufacturer. i i modern automobile.
    V When it reaches the citizen must
    stage a tax-paying consider .
    Among its features and
    ''d moving off from an improved road to get his family out Investment in new machinery and more are-beautiful low lines
    }'; 1 of sight and sound of drunken, cursing parties using the roads larges your capacity, increases your output, aug-, choice of colors quick acceleration 55 to

    '.. of the county it has reached a serious point. Law-abiding ments your profits. The interest charged by the 65 miles an hour vibration-absorbing engine
    }5 citizens naturally hesitate to take the law into their own Bank is indeed I
    a puny sum compared with the added support. Alemite chassis lubrication tbeft-
    ., hands, but if these citizens will come together and read the t profits that result from judicious expansion.
    riot\ act to these disturbers of the peace and impress upon 1 I proof ignition lock four Houdaille hydraulic

    their minds their carousings will no longer be tolerated by this Consider j I two-way shock absorbers low first cost and

    : decent element of the community, it will have an effect. Mr. Merchant. : of
    economy operation typical Ford reliability
    In thunders the train with merchandise for and
    h., The senator from this district lIon. E. M. Johns of shelves. Your employees receive it, your salesmensell your ., long life. .

    Starke, has to his credit some of the most important bills pre it. And 1
    your profits are proportional to the size
    sented to that body. His pledge to the citizens that his actions of stock. I,
    your By an arrangement with Bank
    would be governed by the spirit of economy is being afford to increase your J W.
    you can your stocks and your I ANDREWS Jr.
    shown in the bills: abolishing useless and near-useless offices I ,

    I'it and in the constructive legislation sponsored by him. Senator .

    i Johns is co-author of a bill to impose a license tax upon profits.BANK .,

    ?' the sale of fish and other sea foods the revenue from which I .1 OF STARKE STARKE FLA.

    estimated at over a million dollars js to go to a special fund ,

    ;i to be known as the "Public Free School Aid Fund" to be, : I A ROLL OF HONOR BANK I I

    equally divided among all the counties of the state. I I ,

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