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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.s.v. I I Stepping into line to meet the I ; .
: demands of the opposition: In the mum\ Interest payment of eight JH : ,

I incd i by l I. Klnlature that the governor show: percent Is alto provided.. Now Haling !>
IIIMIIV June \ I them what further relief he has! I "Failure of the property owner PAVING WILi-u : Thl./oIl/: Stole's : : :-A 'Ii''

i t.. md new in mind the house committee on ,10 take advantage of this section' i ":llf.I'cing/ < *. \ I'' "

,:> taxation and finance reported out : of the Ilrst t bill moans the tax deed.1 : .--- ,

iii course Saturday a series of bills by wh'ch! IK completely and finally validated I BE Comity Agent Ulckr-titiakcr. was .J'-, ". '. ESA! :

Misted, : I the !governor bc-liexes! $20,000,000() and conveys fee simple to the state EXTENDED advised (Friday, of new regulation\ I I.: ':t'I

i ,in I In : In delinquent taxes will be collected under this bill would he held and I concerning movement of host ,

I I nithe: I and millions of dollars sold In the mime manner as, the I I fruits and vegetables from Florida : i ir

I worth of property restored to tho present sovereign lands. ('ull111 Het'4IIII"'II'11 U'liii Miidl. !Dr.) Wilmnn Newell head of 'f'; '

< I tax' books. The state now holds "The second bill compels property still ill ltd). 1111,1 I OriuiK" "M!meets. the eradication work In tills state 'I.t.f "' ,

tax certificated hI' t this land.l owners to pay attention to wiring him that, a quarantine, had r, I
rlklllJC Following the t
, up tax delinquency, notices and requires presentation of boon established by 17 states and '
i ,.Instable. Into The tax new:'ollectlollll--ulllesl5 measures! put teeth the them to file returns with a petition to the city council Tuesday : the island of Porto lllco. All #(I"' f l

duties \ t frantic vegetables classed j\%
opposlt'on! In the I
legislature
,u.vh. after a can take them out. which they shall declare: all their property owners on Call, Hay and I as hosts to t the Mediterranean .1t'I jt ; o

"months,, due ', real and personal property. Ornnge streets ticking I that these fruit fly are Included\ In the latest
e'hu-h his leg Representative Pepper of Tay- Oil IVifMiniil KNtlnmtrH: unpaved sections 1'U joined! with quarantine regulat'long. ,';

_ i, : a lor, member of the house taxation "The owner would. he compelled existing pavements on Call and The telegram to Mr. Rlckcnbakcr :) ,

committee, issued (the following to III( out this return Madison streets, Iho council granted : :
i des, he will on a basis named the following states as f ,
1 the county explanatory statement regardingthe of persona! estimates: of 50() percent the request and the city attorney being In opposition to the entry : c i
three new bills; ordered to draw the resolution,
value. In of
the the
'ini'ioi. runners event prop- any Florida host produce: California J
i suite speed "The first bill embraces all delinquent erty owner falls to mall or personally and put the matter through for.Immediate North and South Carolina, '

tax certificates heretoforesold tender his tax return within action. Georgia, Washington Oregon Idaho c,

\ .>..I. I hands, of the: circuit: court clerks, serves notice, the assessor would unpaved at meet In the'! western part I New Mexico Oklahoma, Tennessee lif ',

\ small\ sized : upon which the period of redemption be empowered to Increase the ass of town will be connecting links Arkansas, Mississippi, Ala-

-I.'r tiny to I II t has passed. Under the terms 1'Ised valuation 50 per cent. The In t the paving now ending I on Call bama. amid the luland I ( of Porto ,

i ui'i-n" :' of the measure the taxpayer on .bill also requires the listing of the .street at Bay and It Is Intended to Rico Transportation of fruit

,,ti,,'h resulted I' : or before Oct. 1. 1929! must appear name and address of the grantee connect Call with lIulIlsolat\ Bay by mall!, express, rail or any other ,

i I the visitors before a board composed of 011 each deed (filed for record. and again two blocka west at Orange means Is now expressly ; I, ,'

i ndcrsoii and the county judge county( tax collector Clerks of circuit courts would be street There will bo slightly den Into these tttates by .

I. i '11''u'i-ry for ; and the circuit court; clerk rinu'rpil. to compile such list by over 1,000 feet of pavement In of Agriculture Hyde forbld-I'

! ."in I"eunard ; and to get an, adjustment on his JHH. 1 of each year. the project) and property owners The new regulation, ',' 'I

I i i nesville. : !) delinquent taxes correct over- "Placing all properly through decided to carry out the paving\ to Mr.\ Itlckenbiiker will not affect .. "

i 'imposed( of !! valuation, excessive assessmentsand out the state on a parity of val- program while two contractorswere through shipments: of the .. ;.

'.layers in the other Irregularities evidencedby ues and assessment Is the principal' In Starke with their : host ft'ults and vegetables to : ). II;

iiHng) Brooks the certificates! ." object of the third bill which ment In order to secure a equlp:1:1 points ou-ts'do: of the states named ;' .;.. ,

known by "This board will then determinetho creates the proponed state board able bid for the work. above, und shipments! within the. ," ,

tional game amount l lawfully due and the of equalization und provides for two-thirds of the property' on the state will continue li> tie allowed''?

in' this city owner, on payment of eight! per the appointment of a state equal- three streets signed the petition. I under the same regulations' formulated : ;I

ild days when I rent annual Interest and amount Izer." Paving! on Call and Orange : at the establishment of quar- ',F.
,.hamplons of streets will be of full width, and I '
adjudged! due by the proposed anttne lines. ,t :l\\
\'Illt. Dally board r can redeem his property Bay street 20 feet wide on account Included In the host I fruits and ",' ':

v ara Ago without other penalties The Commencement of the narrow street. The Vbgetuhles,; are all wild und cultivated ,

property owner is thereby relievedof same materials! / will be used on fru'U'! watermelons ''" ( '
except 1 ,,-
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I 17 percent of the present penalty Exercises To these streets as are now being used pineapples coconuts and other : il

which Is 25 per cent for the In paving Madison( street, and will nuts; peppers of all kinds gourd,.,.. i tt:u'J I "' \ "

first year. Begin SundayThe likely be constructed by the contractor pumpkins, B<|Hashes, tomatoes J
( now f ii j
; : "Failure of the owner to appear engaged In building beans of all kinds and eggplants. .
slate road/ 28 from "t,
: : before the board by Oct. 1, Ktarke. i In this Immediate section' the ; 1 1 1

TO : 192!), means he will be forever commencement exercise of .- new quarantine regulations will ; y)1 ;4 ..
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the Bradford High School
County ,
I barred from in any way questioning ht! the growers of peppers' and tomatoes '. l' '1/
GeorgiaFloridaPecan
; will begin 'Sunday evening at the
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the valuation, assessment or the shipments: of straw- r ,'
Leesburg, high scluxjl(}1 auditorium and continuo 1.
description upon which taxes ace berried: beans and squashes hav-."+ .
nii'v was through Tuesday evening. GrowersTo t'
delinquent. It
InK practically ended before the
,
clock this This the baccalaureate sermon -
year
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c'uu riii> quarantine wan announced. It l is. : '
gate the death Complaints will be preached by Hev. I K.It. Meet 29 I \i
May not believed the acreage of ", \
Ki,'nzle, mayor << "The first bill also provides that Hooks, pastor of the Methodist to'J''J'I'''D" "\
/ matoes Is Biiinciently large ,
'! 'annulate ror 1 any owner contesting any of the church. Music will bo furnished : lt'
I I The Georgia-Florida) pecan grown cause growers any large( losses; and 'if
, factors
of
nation for I the tax certificates now by a choir selected from I the choirsof '
...., .. association will hold a few growers have to sup- ;
."al,1. ... hu 'n' / its twen peppers }f
I rtmary ( = tJJ V1I0 BIUIU and issued for the different churches of tho
hot through I ; / : 192S Is allowed until Nov. 1, 1929, city. ty-Hecoud annual convention 1 li ply orders from nearby points,,:' .//i, !
"t'I"u.: Waycross, Oa.lay! 29-30! : ), according ., wit hill the state I( Y4
to file his .
in his home complaint in the natureof Monday evening the Senior high \
to Richard II. Simpson The sweet corn crop of Bradford ta,i
I '! a bill\ in equity before ) f\
An autopsy any circuit school play will be given. The title I-
secretary-treasurer of the body. county, estimated at 2,000 !4,
bfour judge and attack the validityof of the play Is "The Dummy." It'
President C. A. Newcomer ol C acres now coming In, will not beaffected
Ocala and the certificate Upon taking this Those who will take a part In the t. I
Fitzgerald, Ga., heud of the by the quarantine regulations
'.(luded that Dr. action: however, the taxpayers play are: Ruth Sternberg, Kstelle: as '
so'latlon will preside, and the and it can be shipped Into f] } u
must Into the court such .
have been pay sumsas Kendrick Dora Manning, Kva
Ware hotel has been designated of the markets. Growers of tIL tILany ';
lOIn with he clalmsicould have been leg- Marcotte, Nolan Canova, William : 4
as the official headquarters of the tomatoes) and peppers In the I'
such a position ally assessed This shows his good Duncan, Carlyle Rltch. Price of 1"
convention. The sessions will beheld southern part of the state are facing ; a",
where the bulk faith. admission is 25 and 50 rents for '
In the auditorium of the Y, a heavy Urns because of markets II'
"In addition to this admission reserved seats )
led through payment, general ; ,
; i'
M. C. A.Membership. being closed) to.thelr products, I II
catered the side: the law would compel the property 7 Be. The purpose of charges: la to of the association the southeastern! states being the i:'
grazing the owner to deposit with the pay the expenses of commence-
I consists largely of pecan grow most profitable market for these ,
eight
t fourt per cent Interest on ment. '
I the 1928 certificate. ors of Georgia and Florida, but t I growers. i't Y
LIST OK ) The court Tuesday evening the graduating
( there are some who are residentsof I ''Vt\: .
would then. In a summary manner exercises will be held. The address other states. Orlando May 18.Florida fruit .; ,
Last week determine! the amount to be paid will be given this year by Supt. W. and i' '
vegetable
I The program for the meeting shippers may con: '
tamed legally by the taxpayer and hand S. Cawthon There are fourteen '
an Hue
I down has been arranged to meet the I to use Waycross Savannah, : .f fIt l
t'on whereby an appropriate decree. Wherever candidates for graduation this and other In .1 i
the present needs of the pecan growers points Georgia; and ,: !
Dank, as taxpayer falls to avail year.The it was stated. A number of Alabama formerly used as diver :: :
i tate of N. T. himself of either of these remediesall public Is cordially Invitedto Ion ta the state ,! '
subjects' of Interest to the Industry, points, according If f
tax certificates Issued to and attend each of the '
one commencement
up '
1. ,
to local people will be discussed by each expert plant board and department of agtrlciilture I
stock In the including those of 1928, would' exercises. All exercises i'i
and a round-table dlactiSHlon: will headquarters.
(Bank At the be automatically validated. The I will be held in the school be held to enable the delegates Requests at Washington for an ;/t':
state and counties would be auditorium and .
vented will begin at eight 1.
written a upon the partcular! problems they interpretation of the plant quarantine ,
with absolute title to all lands, o'clock each evening.
stockholders thus held. have to deal with. order of May 16, which closed" 1,1 i I
writer" Such a 1 17 states and Porto Rico to citrus lit''
I Mirnlshed. A "The bill also provides that any I-'OU AK\V.: POSTOI-'FICK Ql'\n. M>ltTII KIOltll>.\ DISTIClT'T) :; ( .NO.UOODMKN fruits> and all other host fruit j. A I

who now own person who desires to contest assessments TKItH: ::3 : ; ('IIt<'I.o; TO >II-KT: : and host vegetables grown any > ?"

hank, including against his lands for where In Florida" brought(; today j :'_ J
owned stock the year 1929, shall have until Bradford County Telegraph, The North Florida District No. the following telegram from Dr. C. -r i; .

''he Atlantic Nov. 1, 1930, to file the name My dear sirs: I Woodmen Circle, with Mrs G.M. L. Marlatt, head of quarantine ad. I :

md transferred proceedings In courts of chanceryto Kindly publish the enclosed no- Inman, president t, will be en- ministration Washington.. : '

as follsw: : contest the validity of his assessments. tice of advertisement for new lease j tertalned b'y Starke Grove No. 278, "Such Instructions are to be Interpreted ,a r. I' r
i; Failure to take ad- for postolllce.\ quarters furnished. the Woman's '
'ecll Ritch, ; ; : : at Club May 28th. as permitting billing to ; i I
Mrs. j, F vantage: of ths: opportunity means! The Department' Is not at this Twenty groves! are to be) represented usual dlvers'on points provided :' .(If I I

of Lawtey; ',.i : that the taxpayers after this date time considering any purchase of also state und national waybill bears notation by Issuing 'o''; : l1.t,'
would be forever burred from postofllce location nor the lease of
officers f
Mump. Dr. E. attacking present At 2 o'clock In agent "this cur must be diverted i

lohna, T, A. i the assessments any build.ng without equipment the afternoon a close meeting will to northern destination authorized I'

'"*'' W D. "Beginning in 1930 any tax- Yours, be held. The address of welcome in plant quarantine and control administration i, n

'I' A. Brlnson payer la allowed until Nov. 1, 1930to N, B. !Hull.Postmaster.. will be given by the 10t-guardian, order 229.'. .\

Powell, 0. \V. ; ( raise any questions! in courts of response by Mrs. Lelia Davis of Orders to this effect have been iii.:to

H. Illtch, J. chancery against the validity of The undersigned will receive Jacksonville followed by the regular Issued, from Orlando headquarters:i .,!! '

''eyV.. E. his 1930 assessments!! and failure sealed proposals up to and including order of business.. to offices Issuing permits in each.*'; :Ii.''

i.awtey; G, M mean the absolute loss of further May 31st, 1929! or such later Dinner will be served at 6 l"lorllla'ounty." ,. I
Weeks opportunity to contest valuations. date: as may be thought necessary o'clock and at 8 o'clock there will i I InTII.n
J.
M.
caret Long E. ; Twill In Collection Law by the undersigned for furnishing be an open meeting which the public \ : : KKPOItT: ,t / ,
suitable quarters for postofflce J'
Is Invited. Special Invltlution 1\\
1 M. Brownlee, "The bill also provides longer .
,.((1 ; and sharper. teeth for the presenttax purposes at Starke, Florida, at a Is extended to the Junior Circle Week ending May 22, 1929. ,
stated price per annum. Including The of Starke Date t
collection statutes. Failure by mayor will give the Max. Mln. Precip; ;

property owners to pay taxes by heat, light, water toilet facilities welcoming address, the response) to May 8 92 87S3 '.

April 1 of the ensuing safe or vault, and all necessary 110 given by Mrs. A. C. Stricklandof I May 9 90 .ff.; '

No county tax collectors year to Issue compels furniture and equipment under a Lake Butler. Mrs Myrtle May 10 77 61S3 ..... : ]f''A; if
meeting lease for five or ten years from of I4 .'
executions to the sheriff would, Crump Tampa, state manager, May 11 82 ,08. j
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because of execute a deed to the purchaser Dec. 17, 1929 Floor space of will give a talk, Other Interesting May 12 82 S3 awTotal Y ..1
I" school. On
about 1700 square feet Is desired. features of the
: the evening memorial May 13 84 61 -
''Ite Is or state conveying the land f"
planned Good daylight and a reasonably
sold but providing that, If the ceremony, music, installation of May 14 87 66 '
scouting.. former central location are Important con- Ulcers and competitive drilling May 15 87 61 ',
owner In or throughhis
10 person
government sideration. Specifications and: will be of the ..
agent within the following 12 a part program. May 18 91 61 t
'ea near blank proposals be obtained .. IIi
may -- -
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Treasure months pays the amount of the I I
from the postmaster j
May 18 89 5 -"
sale price to the circuit court :!
wlmmlnu are !! The post o Hlee department re-I|
May 19 91 71 ,
The clerk, together with a fee of 25 .13j4' ;
court serves the right to reject and Jl
,the ray a. May 20 80 6S .20., r
cents for tax collector
$2.50to
*' Klckllter the sheriff. for all sums! under May 21 84 65 .n {
F." 11. Shumate tt
May 23 76 66
Mr J. A. Saul 10.0 and $5 for larger sums, plus P. O. Inspector, Atlanta. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starling, rainfall two weeks 1.26 la. | l
An early Interest at two per cent a monthon __. I Starke son. May 4th

award 2nd class the purchase price, then the Site selected for establishment Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, Raiford, Lake City-Improvements made j

Probably be tax deed becomes. void. A mlol- of airport at Vero Beach, 1 daughter. May 13th. at Royal Cafe. j ir



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FRIDAY. MAY 2|, 1021)(
BRADFORD COrVTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE, FLORIDA .. .
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AT MEL- built under Mr Minder .
- CONFKKKNCK; partoi
limit mm.l:
to speed
:.......... ....... spent the week-end( here with Miss take examinations ABOLISH SPEED LIMIT I of motor thirty cars miles rigidly an hour a did likewise nOSH there. He began his work in 'I I ,
Thelma Brown The friends of Mrs D C. '
many five ago.1
VANDERBILT : If It would retain its place as fi\ some years
: Miss Pauline Mills, who has KInlaw will\ be glad to know she Lake Swan, Melrose Fla., May _
Iiln MMiMinr.. tor.m several weeks one of the most progressive statesIn H remains now to determine
after
spent some time In Jacksonville Is home again Inter MEMORIALIn :
........................" with friends and relatives, returned In St. Vlnclent hospital She Is the Union the legislature will whether the legislature will enact 22.-The Third annual Conference, -
Bible
enact Senate Bill No. 305 Intro the Futch bill and place Florida In denominational
to her home here Thursday slowly recovering from a severe loving of ,
of Gaines of memory otn d.i
Norman
miles east
Mr. Clevy "
the Lake Swan, two
duced by Senator Futch, says the ranks of the progiesslve slates on
ville, spent the week-end here night, Illness. Florida State Chamber of Com or whether it will pass up the Melrose, will be held July 3 to 14, luiband and father, Truby Eli" \
Messrs Lacy Rlgdon of Starke, Mr and Mrs J. T Moore are The chairman of Murrhee departed} May 19. i 'I< ,
with Ills parents Mr and Mrs FM merce. measure and continue to make a twelve days.
and B. J. McRae of Waldo, were staying at their cottage on Kings- motorist the the conference Is the Rev. John
of
Norman. The Futcli bill would abolish law breaker every
visitors here Saturday evening. ley lake. of Alliance One year since you spoke to n
Is outside the corporate Minder, former pastor
moment he
of Jacksonville the speed limit for certain types
Miss Julia Green Mrs Talmadge Schuler of the Mr, Geo. Young is on a business Tampa. Asaoclated In your grave you lie alone
there limits of a muncipollty. Tabernacle,
Misses and substitute
cousins, of motor cars
.Sa] visiting her this week State Farm, was visiting her par trip to Mississippi.! fore set of "don'ts", the viola High speed makes for safety on with Mr. Minder as conference directors While we are broken-hearted
a
Ruth and Agnes Sapp Mrs. Grant is home again after In what was once a happy! 110m.
ents, Mr and Mrs. It. K. Roberts be construed the highways because greater con are the Rev W V. Watson,
Mrs. R. M Alvarez and daughters of two weeks in Starke tion of which would
a stay Tabernacle St .
Saturday of drivers of Gospel
part pastor I
reckless driving. centration on J.he
were
Mary and Candacy, she underwent an operation aa Each visit to
where Rev. R. AForrest your grave we tun!
In Jacksonville Monday Mr Charlie Williams of Waldo, Great Britain did away with Is necessary, says the Chamber. Petersburg, and the
chopping for appendicitis. We vision your dear face,
Mrs. W n. Mundy of Starke was a visitor here Saturday night speed' limits some years ago and The motorist driving at high speed pastor of the First Presbyterian Bitter sorrow and heartacliex.
Mr and Mrs. George Jackson devote his entire attention church, Toccoa, Ga, and
at the home of Mr ; the same system Is lu vogue In a Is forced to
,. and was Mrs.visiting J. S. Sapp Tuesday. and family, of Kali-Held, were the .......................... number of European countries and to the business In hand president of Toccoa Fulls] Institute With every flowers we placeYou've !

Ola Aiae and Lubedla guests ot Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough HAMPTON generally throughout South while the slow driver, realizing he Toppoa: Falls, fa! .
Minxes :

from 'tis
,
: us
Sunday. and In high speed traffic, rema'na July 4 will be featured with a gone tru<
Moody The United States Is moving
Alvarez and Messrs. Jay III.. Ada Nln........ Cor.The America. Only memories remain;
EmerV Johns were visiting In Rev. Taylor of Hampton, filled Canada are the last to recognize on the proper side of the rally of young people Interested
Lake and Butler Saturday night. his regular appointment at the ....................+... that there Is greater safety in road for fear his car will be knocked In Christian service. Many sec But we'll go on loving you
Till God Joins us again.
Mr. and Mrs Sam Whitehead Baptist church here Sunday morn patrons and friends of the high speed Into the ditch by a rapidly movIng tions of Georgia and Florida. will

and daughter. Nina, and Mr. ing. Hampton public school will organ Floiida was the first state in vehicle. be represented in this ally, according
missed by heartbiok
Emery Johns, were business vlsl Messrs. Aubrey Ilazen and ize a Parent-Teacheis Association the Union to permit the operation Tennessee's new law, signed recently to requests received for Sadly Wife your and:

tors to Gainesville Monday. Clyde Cone were visitors here at the city hall next Friday eve of motor cars at forty-five miles by Governor Horton I la: re- reservations. There is a large new son. daught I

Mlsd Ola Mae Alvarez weie (he Sunday afleinoonMrs. ning at eight p. m. The general an hour, a move which despite guided as a model of its type. It dormitory and spacious dlnlng- A cargo of 6,500 boxes of F''

guests of her aunt, Mrs. George J. C Padgett and daughter public l 18 Invited Come and participate dire predictions to the contrary, construes as leckless driving the hall on the beaiillfulIy-BUaded con l Ida citrus Is to go to Llveipoo!

Thomas of Starke Monday night !Mrs. C S. Hough, were guests in this move to Improve resulted In a reduction the number passing of a (cor moving In the ference grounds comprising some the steamer Tulsa. The So,' I

Mrs. R. C Cone ana daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Johnson the educational facilities for the of motor accidents. same direction, on a curve where fllteen acres. Lake Swan washes Atlantic Steamship Line Is ag'

Pansy were visiting relatives here Sunday youths of our town. Michigan went Into the leading approaching vehicles are not visible one end of the grounds, and Lake for the vessel, which was oni ;

Sunday. Rev Dlxon of Jacksonville filled Miss Annie Laura Tucker entertained place In motor traffic regulation for some distance. It is also Rosa the other. the first refilgerator ships to "tucltrun "

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner and his regular appointment at the at her home on Main when it abolished the speed limit recklexs driving to pass near the Able Bible teachers and preachers fruit from JacksonlllEurope. <. .

children, were visiting Mr. and Christian church here Sunday af street, last Friday, May 10th, in I on the open road early In 1928 brow of a hill another machine will fill the program from the !: She Is: under comma i iot I

Mrs. J.... L. Conner Sunday.Mr. ternoon.Mr. honor of her cousin, Miss Lois Traffic experts knew wnat the result moving the name direction. The opening day untu the close, according Capt G. W Johnson

Charles Hutchlnson and Alph Ilazen, of Brooker was I Thomas of Macon, Ga. The living I would be but those of the crossing of a railroad without stopping to Mr. Minder. A feature .

William Alvarez returned last a visitor here Sunday afternoon. room was beautifully decorated ioclvltles> of the Americans early where a full stop is required will be camp-fire services on Sat Shipment of St. Lucle count

week after spending a few days Messrs. KvertHte Waadln; Lon- with cut flowers. !Many interesting' In the last century who forced and BO designated by the proper urday nights. -an Innovation this record tomato crop, which l hit>-

with 'friends In Plant City and nle Rollins and Eddie Burton were games were played, and fruit railroads to precede trains with a warning sign, also is reckless driv year. brought Into the county approximately -

Tampa. visiting here Sunday morning. punch and cake was served at the flagman on horseback predicted ing. These three provisions are There are fine sandy beaches, a quarter of a million do!

Mrs. "George Thomas of Starke, Mrs. R. S. Wasdln and Misses conclusion.Mr. the highway would become a about the only restrictions Tennessee with good bath houses. Pleasure lars, Is virtually completed, Tii.

was visiting friends here Sunday. Delma Surrency and Pauline Mills and Mrs. L. F. Oglesby of shambles.The now places upon passenger boating has proved popular the movement to date has totaled I :. i

Mr. Joe Harrell Jr., of Lawtey, attended services at Rock church Savannah, have located In the first year of operating motor cars.Florida's last two years. There is good fish- cars, with twenty-five or thlm

was visiting here Sunday after Sunday. Mullady cottage. cars in Michigan without restrictions state highways, and Ing also. cars yet to be forwarded. Comprising
noon. Mrs. Brown and children and The boys and girls of our town as to speed, ended recently the large majority of county There Is a fine, shaded and rollIng the season's total thus fai

Mr. Melvin Futch of Lawtey, Miss Cleo Reynolds; were visiting enjoyed a weiner roast at Sand The statlctlcs showed a highways which form a part of camp site on the conference were 68,991 boxes, which sold flU

was a business visitor here last iu Waldo( Sunday.Mr. pond this week. decrease of 22 percent In the number the state highways are built for grounds where visitors may pitch an average of $3.60 f. o. b. 01 i

week. and Mrs. E. Strickland were Mrs P. B. Hunt returned to her of motor car fatalities and a h'gh: speed All curves have been their tents If they so desire. The cash total ot $241,462.

Mr. Carl Sapp and Miss Rosa called to Starke Sunday night"to home here last Monday after a vis- decrease of 16 percent In the number -. provided with markers, railroad grounds are fenced on exposed .

IWi Campbell were visiting here Sunday the bedisde of the former's moth It with friends and relatives In Vat of motor accidents. crossings have been marked and sides, and electrically lighted.TUe To have the government rcimburse '

afternoon.Mr. er. dosta, Ga.Misses Two months ago state ot Iowa bridges are so constructed they Rev. Mr. Minder recently those Florida farmers whn-

B. J. McRae of Waldo was Messrs. II. K. and Roy Roberts Annie Laura and Lillian abolished speed limits. A month are visible In far distance either resigned the Tampa pastorate in crops have been destroyed by tin! ,

visiting here Saturday night.GRAHAM were transacting business luSiarke Tucker are visiting relatives and ago the state of Tennessee which during the day or night. There is order that he. might give his full Mediterranean fly Invasion and '

Monday morning. friends In Macon Ga. for a number of years had held no reason why the speed limit ot time to the development of the because ot the prevalence ot '1)1)

....... Mlas Cleo Reynolds and Thelma Rev. Norrls of Lacrosse, will forty-five miles an hour for pas Lake Swan conference The Alliance pest, are prohibited by order '>i
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'. Brown were visiting the Starke, preach at the Baptist church next Pollard directed the picture, both senger cars weighing 5,000 pounds Tabernacle In Tampa, a $75.- the United States department ,>

: : school Monday, Sunday morning and( evening.Mrs. scenic and sound combining with or less should not be abolished. 000 downtown property, was agriculture from leplanting n",

II. D. May was shopping lu it the glorious music and high The legislative committee of the object of a bill introduced "i,

................... .... ............... ........ Starke last Monday.Mr. lights of the Zlegfeld musical com the State Chamber and motorists I have gone on record as favoring the senate by Senator Park Tiun, ,
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Misses Louise Haven of Staike, : Rising H. L. Hough of Starke, was edy. A'ener l1v throughout Florida, passalle: of the Futch measure. I InPI\\'

Wednesday night as guest : transacting business,! here this
spent Oeilla John- Mint Ills; Mrltup, Cor.Mr week.
ot Misses Pearl and .
json. ......................... Mrs. E. U I lard I u and sons
:Mne: Joiiea returned Frank and Eliga, who have been CLEAN
Miss Ruby
homo in Tampa, after II M McRae and son, Arthur the guests of Mr. and M.: L. Watterson "\\RNS
her
to RECAllS.
motored to Waldo .
while heie the guest Sunday.Mr have returned to their >
(spending a and Mrs. Marlon Reddish :
and home in Jacksonville. I
of her grand-parents, Mr. and : \ V
fam'ly of Lawtey visiting
were
Byrd Mrs. Carpenter and son, Jackie, IS ,
I
D. J IT
Jlrs.
Mr R S. Wandln was attending( / Mi'. and Mrs W T, ,Crosby of Palatka, are the\guests ot Mrs.

to business7 in Starke Friday.Mrs. Sunday. Carpenter's parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mr. H. M. McRne
Schell I yrd Is ,spending", was transacting Pursley '

pome time in Waldo, as guest other bunlness; in Jacksonville Monday Supt A, J. Grlftlg of Starke was

and Mrs. Stowers.Mr. a bus'ness! visitor here this week.
Mr:
parents, The ."Do Right" class of our Mr. John Bonn died at his
A, Q, Brown and son, J. n, I CLEVb
were business Yteltois to Starke Sunday school put on a very InteiefUlng home here last Saturday. Mr.
Mother's Day" program Bonn moved here from Brooks-

Friday afternoon.Aubrey Ilazen and Sunday morning. We hope It was Vllle more than a year ago. Funeral
Messrs. ,
Cone of Brooker, were visitors enjoyeil by all. services were conducted by .....'.
.Clyde Among those attending B Y P. Rev. Taylor, who was assisted by
afternoon.
here Sunday, and Frank U from Wateroak Sunday night Rev. Clarke ot Waldo The remains
Clarke
Messrs. Roy were Misses Ellen and Carrlebell
were laid to rest In Hampton
visitors
:Brewer of Waldo were. I. Norman Miss( Edna Manning and cemetery east of town at 9:00a.
here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Messrs. Russell Norman and Bar
of m. last Sunday morning. He
John Reynolds
and Mrs
ney ParrNh.Mr ; leaves to mourn his loss besides a
Saturday
Creen Cove Springs, spent and Mrs, Willie '..
here with theformer's Reynolds of.. host ot friends, hla wife Mrs. J. '. '
and Sunday
\ :
Wildwood, were gueats at the Bonn of Hampton.Mrs. ,- ,
Mrs James Rey
mother, home of Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Mc O L. Harrison! and daughters "
nolds. Rae Tuesday night .. :
Caroline, Elllner and Edna "
ot Green Cove "
Frank Gray
Mr. Messrs. Arthur and Wesley Mc who have been visiting friends In :
was a visitor here Saturday ,.'
Springs afternoon.Mrs. Rae and Floyd Crosby motoied to Georgia, have returned to their \ ;. P'
Sunday
and Jacksonville "
I Sunday afternoon.Mr. home. <
Schuler ot the .
Talmadge .
and Mrs. Tom Proctor and .
State Farm, was visiting her per- Mrs. Evelyn Morgan of Lake Butler Aimoir :MIKII-U: LHII: : ,

ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. .K. Roberts were visiting !Mr. and( Mrs. J. roilsnow iiovr" ST\RS

here Sunday E. Norman Sunday: ,

Messrs. Joe Stowers and Fred Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and l.iiiiia Lal'lanto 5lumu at ThrwUinVrfiit :.: .' .

Ray of Waldo, were visitors here little daughter, Mildred were visiting ,\18 ', .

is Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. II. !M. McRae 'i
The Graham B Y. P. U. was Sunday afternoon. With the filming of the picture

entertained Sunday night with a Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae taking live months and the char

program by the Brooker B. Y. P. were visiting 'the latter'a parents, acters In the story aging forty-five

U., which was enjoyed by all. Mr. and mrs. V. B.WheeIer of years the Universal super-talking I'.

Mr. T, D. Dyal of the Zlft sec Starke Saturday aUer oon. picture, "Show Boat" will present I .

tion was a business visitor here Remember B. Y. P. U. Every ; to theater-goers at the Florida /

Tuesday afternoon.Mr. body welcome. theater, Gainesville starling next
: and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and I Monday the acme ot perfection in .

Children of the ZIt section were the art of adroit make-up. 1 ..
ot Mr. and Mrs. R. M. .........................
guests The popular novel by Edna Per-

Johnson and family Sunday. : LAWTEYMtm. : ber from which the story la taken ,
Mrs. C. S. Hough ot the'ZIt! almost half The '. .
B. H. nil...,.. Cor covers a century. ,
section was a visitor here Tuesday principal characters, most of
afternoon.Mr. ....................... whom are carried through to the .

Newn Burney and Miss Lula Mrs. J. II. Moore and son, Paul, end of the picture, are first seen

McKinney ot Starke, were visitors have returned home after a visit lu the Cotton Palace Floating ... .

here Tuesday night. to Ft. Meade and Tampa.Mr. Theater on the Mississippi river.'

Messrs. Schell Byrd and Roy and Mrs. \\0'. R. Carrodlne After introducing Magnolia, .
Behind PAN-AM Gallon .
Reynolds were visitors to Waldo returned ,home Tuesday from a daughter of the capjtaln-owner! ottha every

Sunday. trip to New Orleans. Show Boat as a child of' five, ; .. are PAN-AM'S resources and refining

Messrs. A. O. Brown and Olin Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore and fifteen years elapse and Laura La- methods. Ahead of every PAN-AM Gallon
,
Graves were business visitors to W. F, Moore were visitors to Jack Plante. star of the production, enacts are; miles of smooth clean performance

Starke Wednesday sonville Saturday I Magnolia at the age of twenty. ...
Mrs. Ed Parrlsh and children Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and Most ot the story takes place at I. .' .. Made clean, every drop burns clean, burn

and Mr. Frank Parrlsh were. visitors children visited Klngsley lake Sun thin period There Is; a final sequence into power. This clean, efficient gasoline

to Starke Thursday. day. In which Miss LaPlante
I appears means wInner, more efficient motor.
Mrs Chesley Fogg and children Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Thompson at the age ot fifty. This is
Drive i<< The PAN-AM
iflrtoday. friendly man
were shopping In Gainesville Sat of Woodlawn are receiving congratulations i the first time she has ever appeared

urday afternoon. on the arrival of a on the screen in elderly makeup. and PAN-AM gasoline will speed you

Miss Ethel Moore was attending little son last \Friday night. Mrs. on your way.
,
I
to business here Monday night. I. Thompson will be pleasantly remembered In the youthful sequence Joseph
Pan American Petroleum
Messrs. Miner Starling and L. as Mlaa Delia Strallng.I Schlldraut la Introduced the role -
:
; EX Hatlltfe I were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and i of Gaylord( Ravenal. the river .. : ": Corporation

.Starke. Wednesday morning. family are spending some time atKlngsley gambler who joins the Show'Rout

Messrs. Blllle !MoEver and K. J. lake. I troupe. In the end he too has .
I
Yarborough were business visitors Mr. Hen Rowe and children with aged.

to Starke Wednesday.Mr Missel Arthurlne and Catherine Alma Rubens aa Julie, a member

Roy McKinney and sister. Blanchard spent Sunday evening ot the troupe in the beginning

Lula of Starke were visitors hero at Klnggley lake. and the keeper of a notorious resort so

Wednesday night. Jo}. }O}. Burney was transacting In Chicago In the mal nbodyof

Messrs. Wiley Edmundson. John business In Jacksonville Friday. I the story, also ages 15 years.

;McKinney and Roy Roberts were L. II Hill was a visitor to Jack And Emily Fltzroy, as Parthenla

,attending to business in Starke sonville Monday. I Ann Hawks, mother ot Magnolia

"Wednesday.Messrs Mr and Mrs. L. II. H1U entertained rtarts at thirty-five and passes

.. Buddie and J. B. Russ with a house party awa$ at eighty. GASOLINE

of Brooker were visitors here day at their home on Lake satur-I I This story, one of extreme color

Wednesday night ley. After a delightful I and romance was. In novel form, N. .

Mrs. W J. Jones was a visitor guest were treated to a delicious.I a best seller for many months. Asa. Burns Clean'

to Starke Thursday afternoon. chicken dinner served on the porch I Florenz Zelgfeld musical comedy, ,

Mr. Fred Johnson was a visitor of their beautiful home. I It was a sensation. On the screen I because it is Clean"T" -*

,, to Starke Friday W F. Moore was a business visItor It Is making history. Other members

!Miss Thelma Brown was a visitor to Starke Tuesday.;; : of the cast are Elsie Bartlett,

." ', to Waldo Friday. A number ot Lawtey children\ Jack McDonald Neely Edwards.

Miss. Edna William ot Waldo, went over to Starke Tuesday to Jane Lu Verne, and others. Harry





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They called them the heroes of t They put up their. tent and were laughed at them when he learnedIt !

Starke. bragging about how brave they was nothing but a cow that hud
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph* BRADFORD were They said that no other scared them. 'i

1 A .Mfiht In The Tent boys In the seventh grade would ..._....:.._. I ; ;

HIGH SCHOOL (By Elrldge Robinson.) *avo the nerve to go out like that. r .. ,I
JOURNAL :
I S. !II. and A. 1:. dedded to upend They got pillows and blankets and I'. :
| WHIT FARM: PROGRAM!\ ,
Live State .. "ihe night In their tent which they wolf. to bed but they coudn't
I NewsTOLD Rot for Christmas It was the sleep: and each one was (pretending I I. :

I JLKK; CM'll OI'I'H: ){TT.\S man Williams. Ray noree, and !flat t t me their mothers/ had ever to bo asleep when they heard Following Is a (list of talks to ;,

IVK.V:: TOMttHT Wilbur Grlffls, all readily remem- let them. go out and sleep In a heavy footsteps outside Tommy be broadcast from station WUUF, ...f

I bered. tent without her. They workedall said "A. E go and sea what that located in Gainesville, for the weekending ,

BY OUR EXCHANGES "Love Pirates of Hawaii" a The claos roll of the first grade the afternoon[ trying to put the Is," Then A. K. said that Tommywas May 31. The farm pro- I '

musical comedy romance will be of 1917 was obtained from Mlsa tent up.and their mother had! to a little bt: btgger than he, gram Is given at 1 p. m each day f j

N. Klven by the Junior and_ sensor Olive Ray, who has a record of all hire somebody to put It up for so he had better go! and see. About In the week The wave length la j
..----,----,--,---- -_u-_.._..-_-_-_,.__..__..._.... glee clubs- u n primary pupils she has taught them. The man carried their cots that time something poked its headin 204 meters. ""
tonight at the D. H. S. s
Tallahassee Validation of a rostedtoday by Sheriff( P. M. Haganon I auditorium. since 1897--more than 1700 out to the tent tor them, and they t the door They both liked to May 25-Agriculture news hour. ,,
The
bond( issue of nearly $2,000,000 story toasted In names." brought the pillows along (the have knocked. the tent down get May 27 My Favorite Dozen ;

'authorized by an act of the 1927 a charge of violating the state a Hawaiian boarding school for first work they 1 had ever done 1 lit ting out, and they ran into the noses Major W. L. Floyd, professor I ''

ifglnlature, for acquisition of the game laws. Moore bad 1,064 I' dire Rlrli concerns pirates and the HTORIKS: IJV hllVKXTIl: illAPK their lives.) Their mothers came house and A. J E. said an elephant of floriculture College of AI",,! ;

'Iorldlast Coast canal for trans- pounds of bream In his possession coiiHequencea that happens out and put the covers over them had poked his. head In t the door, rlculture. ", .

[1"1', to the United States government when arrested, which he admittedwere when. young men try to. see young These stories on "The Night In and then sang them to sleep and Tommy said It was a bear A May 28--U. S. D. A. farm talk' 'I:: : i

for development wall sustained taken from fresh water lakes Ilades! where young men are notallowed. the Tent", were written by pupllxof About the middle of the night bunch of men" got some guns and May 29-What 4-if Club, wor 11.: 'I;I

today by the Florida supremei In Alachua county [He was armed. I the seventh grade English class, a cow stuck Its head Into the went out there and found It was a has meant to me, by club boys. ,), ;

i !. with a retail license for salt wa I Klolxe Hitch I has the lead, as, of which Coach Kay is teacher. \ doorway. The boys looked around cow, May 30 --. Additional talks by4!'; ? j. : /1

ter fish but showed no license" for Dorothy' and Milton Brownlee Is and then Jumped up and ran for club boys. ):: '//1,1, ,;,

I Fort Myers-It. H. Williams, 39, dealing in fresh water fish State Rlll> Cleo Shepard plays the Their I'lrsl. M lil'Iii u Tent the house, hollering, "Mamma! .\ MKlit. In .\ Tent May 31-Farming In fetes t&, 'y 9 ""

.,iinl the horse lie was riding were Came Commissioner C. C. Woodward school teacher and Bill Duncan Is mamma!" She came and said. (1Ry \\'oodfln Hale. J. Jones. student College of Agm; ,
here last the pirate chief. The cast Is sup (By Lola Redgrave.) "Were little scared culture /t I I ,,
killed near night when informed Sheriff P, M. Hag my boys Henry and John I r :
ported had : *'
by chorus.
i ruck by lightning during/ /a rain an that Moore's! possession) of the a large Once there were two brave boys Maiumu's little boys never slept stayed: In a. tent lit night never'they ..- .t' ;I ,'
and
.. The bolt fish I This operetta directed by Mrs. living furm I Starke.> Their Plant City Atlantic Coast. "
un m. apparently! struck was a violation of the game on a near : out again. thrilled
A. I'Vall.: wpre as they thought of
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of
the head laws and supervisor music, 1 names were Jack and Line freight depot repaired. "
Williams on and passed suggested that he be Tommy. the fun they would
have.
w.ll: be the last of the All that
through. Ills body, and that of the prnneruted In this county Sheriff > year. They thought It would be fun Our F'IrxlIgDt", In .\ Tent! day they worked gelling; the tent. Leesburg Swimming!; poot \ s

.inlinal. Ills hat was torn to Bob Wells of Ahuhua county was to sleep in a lent. ( By A. E. Wall )I. up and fixing; their tots At 5:30 built at Yacht Basin Park. >i

lireds but his other apparel was' Informed of liie arrest of Moore KX.VMS: IIKCilV: TfKMJAY) : One clear( moonlight night Tom S. It. and Eldrldgu!!: bought themu they left the bouse to go. As night: Fort Worth's municipal offices I

undisturbed A son, Kenneth 14, and Is endeavoring to locate the my and Jack took their bed cloth tent. They were so brave that wore on. they heard( an owl liootiiiK. moved to administration building

riding, nearby, was not injured parties from whom Moore claimed" Final examinations begin; next ling and went out to the tent to they put It up In Koblnson'a back and they became afraid, but- which has been entirely rebuild,;' ,

he bought the fish in Alachua week on Tuesday morning, and j spend a pleasant n'ght. About yard. About twelve, a cow got they would, not admit it. I since damaged by hurricane last' }

Lakeland City authorities today COUll ty. will be finished Friday. They will twelvo o'clock! Jack awoke and lousy and was walking around They went to bed with thethough year. Y: ;I'" '

In, of be given In the same order aa dally told Tommy lie had dreamed about feeding, and she stuck her head of "
were possession some lieuia tigers und other
1 0.000 old tin cans as the result Tampa Mystery surrounding classes. This plan was used succesHfnlly being in the jungles of Africa, and I In the tent to see what was In wild animals in (their minds. ----6-6-6- ;j

of a week's tin can competition the death of Lawrence Pnrtana, with mid-term tests All he saw all kinds of animals, and a there ., All at once something stuck Its
20, Ybor examinations are being bought; by large buffalo hud tried ll to kill I him Eldndge saw her first but he .!
i oiiclucted among the boys and City, 1 probably will( remain head In the door. )How they did Is a PreHorlption.! for .,

KliU/ of the city. More than 7,000 unsolved county ofilc'ala!' the school pupils paying 25c to After he told him his dream ho got to stutter. :UK so he couldn't run1! They skipped Into the I t'uldv[ (;1'11'1"| | >, l-'lu, Ili-ngnr, IIIOIIH Sll ;-t 1 f'a
said[ today. His body was taken cover the cost of tablets and turned over to take another nap call S. R. So he pushed him off house ,
admissions to the two local and went to bed.
The a
picture
nextmoiiilng I't-Acr ant 1 :1\in 1 a t rla. 1,
from Tampa buy last Monday. Au- printed questions. The following He[ heard something! walking the cot and woke him up and ;a
shows( were given for the great they told nil about the It Is the most speedy remedyknown. l.'!.
collection cans. A dozen lupeetora thoiitles found( death to be due to week brings; commencement. exercises around the tent This got both of showed him the cow. Then the nlloht I : In the tent and t their. fathers ;," VWe

", could not have cleared a blow on the head and not todrownlnl bucrelauiate sermon, and the boys frightened.; ( All at once cow mooed and they skidded, un- \\! tr.",
1
\. A coroner's Jury, after the senior play. The 1928-29 term u black cow stuck her head Into der the side of the tent and ran ;'J
'tht city of the cans In a month'stime ,
three days of injury) last night Is clos ng: with a rush. the doorway Jack thought It was for the house and! culled their\
health authorities loll-
returned a verdict that death was the buffalo which wan after him mamma.
L.\iui; : (citou In his dream; and as soon as the can charge your '
TallahasseeA grand; Jury In- "due to a fracture at the base of i 1.,101'51'HILUih:5'S: -- YES 8 ,
the skull from causes unknown." ; OI'KHKTTAH: : cow moved away both of them Our rii-Nt M llLht lu A Tent HRSr '
vi stigatlon/ of the killing of John
Crosby, negro convict nt a roadramp The young man disappeared last dressed and lost no time In getting ( By Jack Bradlwy.( ) STOItAGE E BATTERY In rI

near Tallahassee, has been 1 Friday when he left home In an A large crowd enjoyed the op to the house. Tommy and A. K. derided to ,

1 automobile The probe developed erettas "Midsummer Kve" and The boys' mother awoke when rump out about a week. They
recommended by a coroner's Jury.
: that he went to water front and "The Indian Princess," last Fri she heard them coming In. The were going to Klngsley 1 Lake. They ,
w W, Myilck, a guard at the '
hired a flsh'ng! boat. The auto day. "Midsummer Eve," given by next morning the boys' father wentto planned about a month for It. but I Stark ; :

amp, admitted killing the negro, mobile and empty skiif was found the t lower grades was a delightful see the bulTdlo. All the boys when it came Cine to go they got I Smith's Garage
but declared) he shot In line of
near the place where his body was fantasy with the children doingexceedingly teased Jack: and Tommy about bang scared and wouldn't go to the f\a\ ;
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when Crosby, serving 10
duty
a recovered well In their s'nglng: ;: afraid of the harmless" ) <'ow. lake hut camped lu the yard. I f J
manslaughter sentence from _.. ____ ______ ,
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Polk county, Is alleged to have II I 4 1
1\lIaml-l.'lve years. : in the federal 'The Indian Princess" featuring
been found with a knife, and after I ,
penitentiary at Atlanta Is the Lillian Sternberg, Marvin Hooks e
he Is said to have attempted to ..
price\ Julian Diaz, Tampa attorney, and \Voodrow Ford accounted experiences ,
III'aUIOn one of the guards,, F r,
must pay for h's: part in a counterfeiting I of John Smith with the .- #O .
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plot as the result of his Indians.. The Ind'an camp and d'v 1 v
Tallahassee-L, A. Talum and :.;;"
of in federal court hereto the English explorers were well
plea guilty : :
and A. Plcliard, both Tullahnasee ,
six counts In an indictment. portrayed by members of the sixth t : ,I,
men were Indicted by a federal ,,'"
Former Governor Sidney J. Catts, and seventh grades, "
graitd Jury In Pensacola Friday,
DeFunlak Springs, and four oth- .
.Inn-Red with mailing obsenca lltraturo -
>' by means of pamphlets ers were named Jointly with DazIn : IU';:"'. It.\,':\JOSU iIH; : .

the alleged plot to float $5.000- PIS,1L'li.il'IB4'1,11,1: { t
mailed by them throughout the 'w n 1 ; A l q
t
000 worth of spurious $100 notes
t nited States. The Indictment allege -
the pamphlets contained .ob on the market but Catts, who Is Rev. George Raymond, pastor of

scene lascivious, and filthy lan cliarged specifically with aiding the FliHt Baptist church gave his r ryJIU "

guage.; These pamphlets, contain and abetting, will not face trial final chapel talk of the year last M ,

InK excerpts.. from textbooks, were until a later term of court to be I Thursday. lie brought a stirring ,.., ,, "n'r! nsM;+l'P'1 v,f 1fA

alleged by the defendants to be In held at Tampa. Had Judge Hal- message; to the young people,
stead L. Hitter elected to make speaking of their future In life,
use In the woman's college here, '.
D.az': sentence run consecutively, and the
Ideals and methods they
und by the University ot Florida I ... t
"yr.M. .t t
he would have been given a total should follow In pursuing It. '. ,, t t

of 30 years, but the five year terms: I The talks given In chapel exercises '
Lake O.
Clty-N. Romey, proprietor
each of the six counts will be I ,
the
on : past year by Dr.Ray "'
( of a grocery store and fish I
served concurrently, beginning mond Rev. trt'
Lowry, Rev. Rooks
market here, who was arrested last F HrLeres
his first Incarceration at and Rev. .
from Kickllter have teen where +
night following an altercallon with y
ami last FebruaryTallahassee 1\11-1 splendid. It may be said that the I,
pollee, during which his wife was '
students received different
shot and fatally wounded and a ,
A carload of pure of education in these )',. call thit "
Chief of Police John F. Baker also course talks. miftit "f"""'& t
bred registered bulls of the beef They have been led to consider rbrr..ewrtbrbampr."Draw- 'j i

was jail shot by ,a was mob taken early from today the city and cattlemen type has just and been farmers distributed of several to things have; been which Ignored.otherwise All thanks would .radrrvmevrr.roerfrrrrarr tnf maJi fnm a flittoynph; tf- a car. tit 1.0 e"'a'sJ. tough lifeNO a

lunched. ]His bullet pierced body firstly maJi tad ft thi Fmnj ,,
counties of north Florida tick-free from the students of B. H. S. are CntnJ. .
was found on a highway two miles < I,. i
area, Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian due the local ministers for their i I q
south of here by a farmer. Rom- ;1';

ey's body, containing many bullet announced. The cattle from, chapel visits.ORIGINAL General Motors car is turned out of the factory until a :' ,r\
;
It was stated, were bought .

wounds In a ditch was on found the Columbia sitting upright road. Aberdeen-Angus sire raisers of CLASS! OK '::0 of exact duplicates of that model has been found good <'") .1

The lynching occurred about 4 Tennessee of and breeding Virginia them for with the 'ONTAIXKI i : 4.1 ri'1'ILH team by the engineers at General Motors' Proving Ground. :,: i.,,
'I
purpose 't'
o'clock this.morning. Florida! cattle to raise the stand- In September 1917 the TUNE!IN- cncrtl. Moon Pimlfy' Pirtf, Such an advance model must prove itself from stem to stern. The ; '' :', 1
names ....,Mo-dir,I )oP.M.(E.mra St.odad7imtweARndtrtuaiatedrdbaabu '
,
Tallahassee EIniore Cohen, ard of native stock. They are be of 45 little boys and girls: aged ) tests involve I speed, power, endurance, braking, riding comfort, ',*I<':? (,
that territory
In
distributed
West Palm Beach of the ing 5 and 6 years, were placed on the '
president
fuel oil and tire i
eradication handling case body stren'gth-every rif\11
Florida Association of court clerks, which has undergone roll book by Miss Olive Ray, the ; ; economy ; :

and N R.: Boniske, Jacksonville, of the tick, and which has been teacher of the first grade. These phase of car construction and performance. It's a tough life. .t {(. !

were today denied permission to declared free of that pest BringIng 45 children\ were pupils of the Such would be the of in ii'NI lt w
beyond
In of the carload of pure brads testing means or resources an 1
original class of 1929. They would
enter the chamber of the houseof
representing during the re i ia In line with the final tick eradication have to undergo twelve years of dividual. 1x68 acres of land at Milford Michigan arc devoted to li ''

maining portion of the 1929 session. and of live the stock state Improvement live stock schooling before they could graduate ; this outdoor laboratory where hills arc steep and roads are vi .;..t } '
program seniors of Bradford
,
as High
The action was passed bya board Dr. Knapp said Its cious. the world's best automotive ::1'(1 '
vote of acclamation. The action( sanitary Since then these twelve years have Men who arc among engineers ; ;

was taken as the house adopted distribution will bring to about passed, and in a very few days, the CLIP THE COUPON conduct the tests. '', ", ,
300 the number of pure bred cattle members of the class of 1929 will f 'f

committee recommendations Investigating of; the alleged special brought Into the tick-free area receive their diplomas. This tested performance is as much a part of a General Motors '"/1', i' ; rtnt'

lobbying, They report was sub by the board. .. Hut there Is a great difference car as the chassis. You can't sec it You don't pay extra for it. t', ,
between the class roll of 1917 and
mitted by Representative Pat Kel WAST i; en'l')1 ntlts: JIAKK know the the road.
the class roll of this year. The But you it as you give car Jong use on : u i
ly, chairman. ('II )lCI': DILL I'H'KLUS: 1 1''"
number of pupils starting, as sold, '
:

Orlando-After a storm of protest Fla.-With! the sea was 45. The number finishing' IB General Motor (Dept. A). ,f
14. But what Is
most
atartling
Hooded the department of agi there will noon he '
son about over, Detroit, Mich. GENERAL MOTORS '. r
of the 45
only two are Included.in
i (culture headquarters here, from many small cucumbers that will gd ,
the state legislature a.ncl officials to waste unless some means Is the 14. Only two may be said to Please send me, without obliga : ',' 1

at the capitol, the Mediterranean taken to utilize them. Dr. E. ,V.I have hung on, year after year.. tion, information of the product on the I have ntwntJiti ".If far for. tttrypurst andfurpost" \ .t
both the sacred .
They are girls,
Irult fly eradication forces today Terser ,believes that there Is no checked-together with your ".I

ceased cutting trees. shrubs, and I finer way of doing this than making two-Ruth Sternberg We and Edna new i illustrated book "Thi Ofn CIEVROLEl'.ymndtlsSit1-S1t1' Atixin QUICK. 19 models. $1195-$1145. The Silver I w f 1 I t
Strickland. would like to
plants! In central Florida[ under them Into dill pckles: So publish Mad," the price range of the four, Smooch, powerful Anniversary Duick, Three wheel-bases from ..r 1

the order of Dr. Wllmon Newell"' strongly does Dr. Derger believe photographs of'these distinguished (-cylinder, valve-m-head engine. Beautiful new 115 to 118 inches. Masterpiece bodies by ,i '
plant Since the' prepared a set young ladles, but at that CCHEVROLET:: Fisher lIo Ii... Alia chassii. Fisher More vibrationless ''
commissioner. this that he has < : Light delivery powerful, motor 1t t
first week crews of men have been I,1 of complete directions tor makingdill It would hardly be necessary Both dPONTIACDOLDSMOBILH Sedan delivery model, iJi) ton chassis and ij Comfort and luxury in every mile. t"' t'j j

working devastlon In Orlando pickles and will send this circular are All well other known seniors to our have readers.been add ton chassis with cab, both wihJur speeds LASALLE. 14 models $1195-$1875. Com .

streets, cutting trees claimed to to anyone who writes and OAKLAND forward. panion car to Cadillac. Continental. lines.: Distinctive ) '!
ed since then. Junior McDonnell
he "hosts" of the Mediterranean asks tor It. PONTIAC 7 modeli. $7.41,-$895. Now offer appearance.+ 9O'xegree! V-type 8-cyl: > I J jCVIICING
fly Dr. Berger says that dill picklesare and Merrill Struth came in the sec "big tin" motoring luxury at low cost. Larger inder engine. Striking color combinations in j ''dl

not In the same class with ond grade, William Duncan In the DBUICK L-heaJ engine; lager Bodies by Fisher Newattractive beautiful bodies by Fisher. .

Tampa-Ellis Stetson, the St. those made from vinegar. In mak Willie fourth,Mae ivy Boyd HInson In the and sixth David year, OLiSALLECCADILLAC. colon and stylish line. CADILLAC. !} models. $1195-57000.; Th .. : "1\

Petersburg construction foreman ing dill pickles lactic acid Is formed Moore In the eighth Jewell Wig- OLDSMOBILE. 7 models. $875-$to The Standard of the world. Famous efficient 8- .' b';I.',! "

who fell through an open elevator the same acid found In sour : was added In the freshman Fine Car at Low Price. New models offer fur- cylinder go-degree V-tyPe engine.. Luxurious f ,4.!, !I .
haft at the Tampa Union Terminal milk. This' acid l Is beneficial while gns L7FritidmArrem.rirRrfribnrrr then refinements, mechanically anJ in the bodies by Fisher and Fleetwood. Extensive ,\, J

building Monday, has passed the acetic acid used to make or yea!', Hurrah Rooks came as a DDilcfLitl, :! Electric fiutr Fisher Bodies-yet at reduced price Also new range of Color and upholstery combinations. i; J)

the crltcal! point and doctors said dinary pickles U harmful to some sophomore and Nolan Canova as a an4 Gtbi Plan special De Luxe models. t, '
Junior. Dorothy Sapp. Carlyle (Alt P>KM I....b.FKCU>I..) ,
today he la well on the way to re- people. CtW..S.1" OAKLAND. 8 models. Snaj-$1375. New ,,4
Hitch and Elmer MacMlllan
'overy.. Stetson who dropped eight Anyone who wishes a set of dl- Join- Oakland Al| American Six Distinctively ALSO ; '

"orles! .through the shaft, suffered dectlons for making dill pickles edthis, year. But members dropped original appearance Splendid performance 4, k
E. W. off faster than others came In, Luxurious .Attractive colors. FRIGIDAIRE Automatic( Refrigerator New
broken writing: Dr. "pointmenti.
a ilbow.broken Internal hip, broken Injuries arm.and numerous tan get Gainesville.It by Florida./ and quite a few left after they Name..u........ .."" ..... Bodies by Fisher.: silent. model with cold-control device. Tu- l
Berger,
came. This accounts for 14 as contrasted tone cabinets. Price an.4 model range to sun '
models General Motors'new ,
cut and bruises on his body. 0 for construction with 45. ....... .. .. ... .... .'.. .. .... .. .. .. VIKING. } $1595. every family.
He did not lose consciousness and Plans progressing ,: "eight"at medium price jodegree V'-tyPr r h,
described the accident to work- of fishing and recreation pierat Among those who started in ; engine. Striking/ bodies by Fisher. Unusual DELCO.UGIIT Electric Plants 'C Water i i '

men who packed him. Doctors say, Fort Myers beach. the first grade that are now minting Addicts......,.;.......,....... ...,.., aPPoiatmean.ThrceyeussPeatiainlevdoP System Provide all electrical conveniences ,j '
before Tampa $450,000 theatre will are Carl Anders, Leon Al- 1 ment sal test. and labor-saving devices for the farm." +r ''
however will be months
he that It recoreredto be erected here shortly | torso, Vincent Alvarez, J. G, Alvarez .u...... .,.. .... .. .. .... .... .. .... A
has sufficiently Extensive highway Improvement I I i''' Willie Green, Leroy Hem AIIGwalNaronprodmnogbrbwtbeaJrbw l ., | -L.....CM\C Time Pijmnt!.... t N

walk again.. projects will soon be well i' I ingway, Pearl Grlffls, Mildred and 1, r ,

I'alatka-I. P. Moore wa" ar- way In vicinity of Clewi under j'Ji I Oscar Sllcox Dora Dlkson Cole- 1 1e

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FRIDAY, MAY :U, loan:
:.r AGL FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY: TKLKGRAPII, KT.1RKK:, FLORIDA
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Mrs the home of Mr and .._ --- -- --
at -
her of the( society members! visiting 1 -- -- --- ---- --- --

Weeks served a tempting salad Mrs. Hogan Smith last Friday af

't ::;; course-with iced.tea.- ternoon. ,

\ 5ocicty li 1 Mrs. Dukes of Lake Butler, spciii ,
t1 iSI! 'KM::< > THK 1>AY P.WTY
I last week here with her" daughter/ I:
"
I I Mrs. H. .... Clarke: was hostess to Mrs. J. J. Morgan. I "
FLORID
"STORES ALL OVER
',I' i number of her old Cherry street Miss Florene Ward who nan

:;:I::' '. L\ KKUCIIIIF: SIIOWKU" the series of operettas was presented {'neighbors Tuesday at at her a new"pot home luck on lunch Walnut ,"- been workng! In Jacksonville j: RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE, STARKE, FLORIDA_

,.: ','; :.f.'OIt ImlnN-m.t-CT: at the Bradford High audItorium some time returned borne last


''I" ,, Miss Margaret\ ; --Long! a charming This Friday splendid evening.attraction will |, Each street.guest found her placat Monday.Mr.. John. PInholstep of Alachua I SUGAR - -- G IJESTRANULATED 10 Pounds 51c

,\ [bride-elect of June 1st, was the Mrs. A. 1 E.: Wall, director of music I the table by lace cards bearing an spent Sunday night here with his .

yRf onor guest Wednesday' afternoon and Miss! Ethel; Griffin accompun Inscription pertaining to the In- mother. Mrs. Pinholster. i STREAK 0' LEAN i

[at a bridge party and handkerchief I I l let, was well: received.<< Those takIng dividual. The hostess read an Interesting -. Mr. Aubrey Hazen was visitingIn I BACON STREAl( 0' FAT Lb. 17c
letter from Mrs. Tucker
r + shower at which Mrs J. K. Corpen- part were members of the senior Hawthorn last Sunday.

., ting was hostess at her home on I and Junior. glee clubs an old neighbor, who has since: Mr. Tommy Hewitt of Lake But 1

{Walnut street -.- moved away and a clever piece of ler transacting business here ; BEST 5 25c
was RICE pounds
poetry written by Mrs. Dougherty/ H I 'IIOLE GRAIN !
: Lovely pink gladioli shasta 1IOISK: P.\UTY AT read last Monday.Mr. ,
who couldn't bo present was
-II ti daiRies Intermingled with fern and (,IXWoIUa'lU; Ralph Hazen was transact
also. Favors were halldmadeumbrellas
other garden flowers carrying out ing business: In Lake Butler last VEST

'* 't the color, motif of pInk! and white A congenial party motored to the and afternoon clowns.there was i a Monday. j LARD 'COJIPOUNI) -- 2 Lbs. 25c !

h {were prettily arranged about the Klngxley Lake, near Starke, Saturday ifioral r contest. Mrs. Lowry guessing Mr. A. A. Hazen of Gainesville. .. ,
+ rooms, where the /guests spent a where they enjoyed a house< the waft visiting his mother Mrs, Dan I'' I --- \
to
the correct answers
t'" pleasant afternoon playing auction party through the week-end. Hazen here last'Sunday.Mrs. lb. -
was given a bottle of -
) t b> idgo. Scores were kept on daln- Those enjoying! \ the enjoyable) questions Wilbur Rhymes of WorthIngton 'i 48cI
refoo
perfume. Mrs P. M. lb' !
? fty tallies In appropriate design for alTa'r were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Springs/: passed through BUTTER
Back of
consoled with a on-
? this delightful affair and were linker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles was here last Tuesday. I I
( Several enjoyable readings CLearbrook lb. 50c
ki t |paused the guests by little Miss Hughes, Mr\ and II.II's.V.. J. Ki: >- Ions. Mills Lillian Fogg of Graham, i -
were given by the different guests : ,
L'Etta Corpening after being person Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack was visiting/ here last Wednesday I
| Griffith Dr and Mrs E. L. Biggs, Those present at this pleasant nlKht. '
./ informal gathering were: Mrs
and
Miss Marguerite Barry, Miss! Ruth Mr. L 10. Jones and Desso Simmons A1UBI1CEVAPORATED? n
I Joe Edwards. Mrs. Ray Newnom,
Hitch. Miss\ Hoagland, Package oc
|wan Miss Harriet Mount Marjorie of Monteocha, were visiting VICTORY BRAND
I Mrs. Ceo. Lowry Mrs. 1' M. Barefoot ,
t tt o Following a number of games, Miss. Marie Rogers and Messrs, Mrs. C. N. Christy Mrs. T friends here last Wednesday! night
Miss Mabel \\'ellAr the winner Harold Moore Cy Young, H. C. Mr. and\ Mrs. Fred Hazen and
was -
( Mrs. W. G. Halle and
Williams,
S.
j'' of high score receiving a box Moore and Dr. K. Ii. Roberts. Miss Mabel Weller. children of Gainesville, were vlslt- j PEACHES Cutler Brand Large Can 19c :
!
.? of stationery: Miss Florence Mat- Times-Union. > -*-. InK his mother here last Sunday. ,

thews, making second high, was -.--+ Mrs. Harry Eddie and children,
s HAI'TIST. M. I', TO 11IETBusiness : ; I ,
k } >presented> a deck of cards, while IUItTIIIY. P.MtTV of Waldo, passed through here fast MAXWELL '
1 1Bev. HOUSE
S +f jtllss Patsy Brinson was consoled meetingof Saturday enroute to Lacrosse COFFEE 46c
and I program '
,' [with a box of Azurea: soap As a Little Miss Margaret Lowry cele- the Baptist Woman's Missionary Moody of Lacrosse filled I 'STEEL CUT

memento of the occasion the houoree brated her seventh birthday, Sat Union, will beheld Monday afternoon his regular appointment at Hock I

: received a bottle of Azurea urday aftrnoon, with a Maypole at 3:30 o'clock at the Baptist last Saturday and Sunday. ,' POTATOESIQPonnds. 19c

'perfume> party church. Business of Impor- Misses Ethel and Bertha Thomas I' ,

The shower handkerchiefs were After a merry afternoon spentIn betransacted. All members of Lacrosse, were visiting here 1 :
tance to
:1 t presented to Miss Long made up games, dainty refreshments of are urged to be present. last !Monday afternoon. !: -1

into an old fashioned nosegay/ cakes, ices and candy were served Mr. and Mrs. Old Crawford and COCOABRAND'S /, lb. Can 20c'I

a 1 which was very effective in the the guests. children spent sometime last weekIn
....................
''a rainbow colors of the handker- Those enjoying the afternoon ..... I Lacrosse visiting friends and

't : bfefs.tl with the.young hostess were: Jean BROOKER relatives.Mr. '

# :, The guest \list included: Mrs. A. Davis, Louise Stern, Ruth Wyman, : \V. M. Moody of Lacrosse 'I 24 pounds 95c
\Mils Penrlo Gnlncy
,' :, Adkins Mrs. W B. Parks, Mrs. Juanlta; and Sarah Barefoot, Mar- I I. t. was transacting business here last FLOUR Loud ,

!. L. Peek, Mrs R. J. Davis, Mrs. Ian and Helen Dowllug, PansyIvocn ........................ Tuesday. Speaker

A Saul, Mrs C. C. Hoppe, Mrs. Freddie Wlmberly Rivers Mr. II. P. Gainey was visiting Mi. Percy Moody and Mr. Cliff I 12 pounds - 49c
0. L. Beasley, Mrs. Paul Canova Hundley/ Margaret Pierce and lazen of Lacrosse, passed through I
In Gainesville last Saturday.
a Mrs. K. L. Biggs, Mrs. J. W. An- I Florence Mersereau. here last Tuesday euroute to the
y the B.
draws. Jr., Mrs. A, S. Crews, Mrs. Among those attending lake for fishing.

p G. M. Inman-; Mrs. F. F. Stump, IISt'1'I.I\: J.lS: snow'1:11: Y. P.Grove U. confederation last Sunday'afternoon at the Mr.. and Mrs. L.L., Morgan and i L CHEESE Full Cream Pound 29c .
I'ne:
:' p 7Jre< J. C. Robinson. Mrs. H. C. I.'onJISS: M,\K<;.\HIT jojMiss :< Misses\ Pearl Gainey Iris children,'were visiting at the home i huh : : ,
:
lu' Hitch Mrs. D. A. Montleth. Mrs. ....- -- were Pinholster, (Gen of Me. nnd Mrs.. Hogan Smith last .
Lubedla --- -
't" jO:.' A. Knight, Miss Margaret LOUR!, / Marguret Long, whose, marriage Brown and! Tuesday I. _.. -
Mildred Cone
f.VIHarrell ..
!:Mlss Harriet Hitch Miss Madge : /: to Dr U, S. Carroll will take : Mrwas ht our I ce F(lw a gds of Starke, ,,- --- ------ --"-"
Miss Minnie Gruber Messrs. Guy Harrell T. B. Pln- business here last Mr. and 'Mrs. R. 51. Cason and There will be services at the
q S ilddl ton, 1 place Saturday June 1st, was honor transacting
Mr. and! Mrs M. D.Harrell
[Miss Florence Matthews, Miss guest at a miscellaneous shower holster and Tuesday. dang hters, and Mrs. Fortlner of Christian church every Sunday I I>R. II. H. CAUKOI..TJ
and son, M. 11.) Jr.Cyril
Patsy Brlnson: Miss Blanche AlEC /given by Mrs. A. M. Darby and Dukes of Dukes was vlslt- i Mr (1!1., W. Hazen returned home Melrose attended church here Sun night at 8:00: o'clock. Everybodyis Dentist.

t ''itermau, Miss Mabel Weller, Miss !Mrs. I). ('. Jones nt the former's from Tallahassee for the week-end day. I Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store
Invited.
et (t Myrtlce Jackson, Miss Myrwln log here Sunday. week.
afternoon.A
home Friday here last '
; ) '
W. was transactIng Mrs. J. II. Williamson' returnedto 'olle 3:1:
Mr O. Barry > I
; Jackson Miss Eunice Perkins and pink and white color motif business: In Gainesville Sat'nr- Mr. ((31(1 Crawford of Wade Mr. S, H. Dodd gave a very interesting Ddlce hours: 1) to'S/ .
Miss Ethel Griffin wall carried out '111 dnceratlnns, a spent Sunday here with his family. her home at Lulu Sunday after talk Sunday night! at the I

profusion of garden flowers being day.Mr. Mr.. Floyd of Luke Butler, was visiting her son, Mr. and :Mrs. J. Christian church. I
A. I. Greene and son, Leslie -- -
; ,131111)lE: PAKTvr used with u pleasing effect. transacting business here last O. Williamson.Mr. .
; visitors to
Meeting/: the guests at the door were business Tuesday. and Mrs. A.'t. Sullivan and

1"" Mrs. L. ].'. Smith was bo'stes0 were Mrs, S. L. Peek and Mrs Edward 1 Slarka Monday. Mrs. Gerald Adklni and baby, son, Othma, attended the Woodmen :
Miss
? h 4 |members of her bridge! club Thursday Burns, who presented themto I Mr. Leslie Grene transacting and who have been spending! some time of the World Memorial ser ,

t r afternoon at her home. the hostesses and the honor I Grade Greene were In f Lake Butler with friends and! vices at Klngsley lake church Sun-

'. Two tables were arranged for /guest, who formed the receiving! : business In Starke Friday. relatives, returned home last Monday day afternoon.Mr. .

Abridge in the living room which tine. Miss Long was charming Ina Miss Iris Brown and Mr. (I uylIarl'ell A. L. Sullivan was In Starke rlmbblies"
at
attended the operetta
i was made attractive with roses, sleeveless frock of coral pink Saturday night on biislenss.Mr. .

F gladioli and snapdragons in their chiffon with a. full skirt made of B. 'II.ICHSI-S.S. auditorium O. J. Mott Friday and night.Paul '............ .......... and Mrs. T. T. Bryant and
bright colors. e Ivculur flounces falling in an uneven 0 children and Mr. Reynolds Callahan -

Frizes were awarded at the con- : hemline. Stewart were visiting In Gaines- : THERESSA : of Stuart have been visiting;

elusion of the games to Mrs. II. C. The lovely array of gifts were ville Sunday. Ward Miss Rhoda Zelgler, Cor. Mrs.,Bryant's I parents, Mr. and ,
,ui :Wall and MIss Minnie Gruber hold- shown the guests by Miss Mytilce Misses Stella Mae, Florene :Mrs. T. n. Trient.
|dare of high and! low score. Jackson, while Miss Myrwln asked and Josephine Chesser spent Saturday o....................... Little Ruth Bryant, age 3, diedat

r ;j A tempting salad course was each to reglsttr In the bride's night here with friends and Mr. and Mrs. $. P. Dickinson her home at Stuart last Thurs see tires "wob-

It {nerved to Mrs. Smith to the following book.Mrs. relatives.Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day night, May 1G, and was WZ: YOU "
Orval Ward of Jacksonville, here and laid to rest at on many
players: Mrs H. C. Wall, (f VV Marks conducted thetuestft here Madison Hall attended Mrs. Mary brought Wear

a |Mrs. II. C. Hitch Mrs. Geo. B. / to dining room, where the spent Saturday night with Hall's funeral at prange Heights Hope/ cemetery Saturday morning./ cars-perhaps yours

Flynn, Mrs. P. B. Canova, Jr., punch howl was )placed with ]Miss\\ ,, his mother, Mrs T. P. Ward Sunday afternoon Their many friends expressed their to'o

{ Mrs D. A. Montleth, Mrs. Edward Ethel: Griffin: and Miss Luclle Miss Blanche and Corrlne Caw-. viII Moore, were visitors to Jack- deep Morrow by the many beautiful are guilty. If so,

(Brock and Mrs. J. A. Saul. Mitchell serving. hren of Lacrosse, attended B. Y.I' sonvllle Sunday flowers. The bereaved have the and what the rubber is being
U. here last Sunday night.
The dining table which was Mr. J. J. Zelgler and Rhoda ':sympathy the whole community.Mrs. .
overlaid with a handsome Italian Air. Alph Hazen. was visiting Ztigler were visitors to ,lake Sat- B. K.. Moore and Mrs. J. S. "wiped" off the treadyou'll
fl.UJVCHKO.N
: FOIlElUUDKSKMX'T
cut: work cloth was centered with friends In Graham last Sunday. urday morning.; Kimball of Starke were dinner have
f ; ; Lltchfle'ld soon
crystal/ bowl filled with pink and Mr. Leland was visiting Rev J. N. )Hayman of Orange guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. to Do

rf white snapdragons Hanging friends in Lacrosse last Sun- Heights preached a very Interest Moore last Sunday. worn spots in the ecu
ts A delightful Informal affair of
t'4> from' the chandelier, which was
Saturday was a luncheon given by day.Mr. of : ter.
and Mrs. C. H. Thomas
cleverly: hidden with lacy fern and
u Mrs. L. A. Davis complimentary Jacksonville, passed through here
tulle, were pink satin streamers
k71, to Mlsa Margaret Long, Miss Myr- draped to each; corner of the table last Sunday enroute to ZIff. I, Tires "out of line"-a less noticeable condition

tfce Jackson and Miss Myrwln Mrs. A, V. Long of Galnesrllle Mrs A. B. Crosby of Jackson-

_ Jackson, who are soon to be mar- and Mrs. L. A. Davis, presided I ville, who has been spending some --drag with a side; ) motion as they revolve. Rubbing -

clod.t time here with friends and rela- DaBank
at the table being assisted
t A color scheme of pink and by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. R. A. tives returned home last Monday the tread with a file is just as healthy for a
+ 'white was carried out by the lovely '
t Weeks, Mrs\ M. C. Stlth, Miss Har- Mrs Mines and children t| La- tire.
; arrangement of pink roses
ri riot Hitch,. Miss Vlrglna Weeks crosse, were transacting business
a+ Shasta daisies and pink gladioli I
here last Saturday.
and Miss Mary Canova in serving II
In baskets and vases throughout an ice course. MI' II. P.'Oalney was transacting I II I :Many things may cause your wheels to track im
y4 the lower floor of the Davis home.
\ business In Starke last Tues-
There hundred
guests
Covers were laid for sixteen were one properly. Often the is It's
day. cure simple. expensiveto
Invited' to this delightful affair. of StarkeA i
guests at four prettily appointed' iI
t -- Mr. S. M. Mott was transacting; neglect.
} mail tables with pink covers. At Sl"SSIIISI': SOt'I.T Tin; business in Jacksonville last Tues I

S ,12(30( o'clock each guest found IIOMH OF lIts. \VKKKS:

j, her place by means of a small basket day.Mr.. Lewis Shriver was attend- Without charge we'll gladly test the alignment of

e c' on the handle of which was a The open'ng ot the sunshine ing to business In Starke last Tues-

card bearing her name tied with a bugs, Monday afternoon, at the day. Growing Gift your front and rear wheels. Drive in any time-

t. ,, spray of lilies of the valleys, home of Mrs.' H A Weeks, was O. B. Colson, G. S. Kelley and ;I have
'and orange blossoms. During the I I we a special instrument for the purpose. It
quite an event with the membersof H. T. Osteen spent Monday at the

fire course luncheon, \Mrs. George the Woman's Missionary Society lake fishing.Mr. I requires only a few moments. You
ForTbeGraduate may save yourself
i' White and Miss Florence Matthews ef the Methodist church. Mrs. and Mrs. } d. Crosby of' i iI
gave delightful toasts to thebrldesto dollars in avoidable tire'wear.
't' Weeks rooms were attractively Jacksonville, spent the week-end many

-be. decorated with a variety of spring here with friends and relatives. I II

After the meal the hostess passed lowers In baskets and bowls, and Mrs. Vogtlander of Jacksonville I

; the guests pencils and paper a delightfully informal atmosphere spent the week-end here with I, Even with the'' fanciest degree, the graduate'seducation YOU, have your oil and water checked regularly-
on which each her
wrote favorite prevailed. friends and relatives.Mr. why not tires the
give your same fair chance to
1' recipe. Miss Lucille Mitchell gave FIrq\ there was held a short and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks of will, be incomplete without the lesson ,

two enjoyable readings and Miss Business session with the presIdent Lake City spent Sunday here with perform?.

\'i Ethel Griffin rendered several selections Mrs. J. H. Hitch, presiding; friends and relatives. I 1 of thrift. A savings account as a gradua-
of popular music, while after which the \ ,
sunshine bags Mr. and Mrs.\ John Crews of
;'the other guests made the last were collected by little Miss| Murlaft Lake Butler, were visiting here tion gift will provide a present that will grow Goodyears, we believe, have die toughest treads!!

___ c, 4' stitches sets, which on the bridge luncheon the \ eeks. When the checks, cur- last Saturday and the most miles built into them of tires to-
were presented
eucy and silver had been: counted, :Mr. C. C. Melvin and! J. J. Morgan more and more valuable as time goes on. any

,* ti, ;.honorees as mementos ot the It was found that the goodly sum spent Friday night in Law- I day. Even Goodyears
,g day. :Mrs. J, H. Hitch, Jr., a ,
of 175,75 was added to the treusiry toy with friends and relatives.A .
; r .recent bride was given a basket however have No. 2 of Series
can a
-this money will be sent to large crowd of young( folks ,

;j'i'I4 11/'J1f', 'iJ.. I filled' Those with Invited gladioli.to he with the help pay a debt incurred! for repairing were delightfully entertained at a BANK OF STARKE ;ll their lives shortened "{' of Talks on }4.

and carpeting the church. party given at the home of Mr. and ;

_ f, A.hostess Z. Adklna.and honorees Mrs. J, H.were Hitch,Mrs.Jr.'ii' Mrs. K. I. Biggs very sweetly Mrs L. II. Crosby's last Saturday If by lack! of attention. |L Tire Care, by
'iA ? "The
Sunshine
sang of YourSmile" night. A ROLL OF HONOR RANK ,
\ Mrs C.
: White
Mrs.
George D. C.
I and "Just Been Wonder- Mr. A. B. Crosby of Jacksonville, 1
K b Jones Mrs S. L. I'eek, Mrs. II. C. "
lag, accompanied! by Miss Elizabeth spent Sunday here with friends
_ Hitch, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mills
Andrews. ]Miss\ Amelia Hay and relatives.The .
.', Ethel Griffin, Miss Minnie
Gruber,
_ ,,r Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Flor- save Loves as" a reading "Between Two Brotherhood members of INTEREST AT 4 I'EH CENT i RITCH'S SERVICE STATIONStarke I
an amusing poem by Gainesville, presented a very interesting I
Matthews Miss
ence (Harriet Ritch
4t and Miss Lucille Mitchell. Daly; and a cheery little peom by program here last Sun-

-.-- Dunbar, entitled "Just Whistle a day night, which was enjoyed by
y, HIt." Mrs. James Pickerill, accompanied all the B. Y. P. U. members present FloridaO"

'I Jc { OI'.mtTT.on.ts: ; IJV Jl.MOIlAKlt by Miss Andrews, delighted tjI

l v \ HKXIOU GLEE; Cl-tllS her hearers with two voice Miss Mildred Morgan spent the

numbers "In the Land of Make week-end'in Sampson City with / y I

t: iG, "Love Pirates of Hawaii" byOUs Believe" and "Till Starlight Dies." Mra. Hogan Smith. \ - .l

4 :41. Carrington the third of With the assistance of a num Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Morgan were I --- .- .. : :





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nni>'\Y. MAY at, tnsn BR.-\DI"ORD COUNTY imKGRApn BTAHKK FLOnm.. P.\GE FIVR

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Institute of America and Mr Wal nnd for the bont int."M>MI' of Mild
? City on acLount of hiiilth ,and tiarHi I
I do rummer of Jacksonville were '. UH. wnll HH tin. litmmn,, i i .,iliiKnlait
vIsltuiH In lh.. .,.I>I''I'ly'' nl''K.' I IIIMC nnd I
on Tuesday ...."IIII".u. tl> ..aid "' ''''''". thllt11<'
'. OFFERING SPECIAL FOR MAY 24TH & 25TH ,)
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Bits ofocal ;.I r..n ,, :r.5r :r 'W 1 : ; f \I...; ]
!Mrs. It. L. \\111\
Browulee Mary
Ih..t'.mi'. be re"I. '" 1111<1 hnrd. !* i
Brownlee Mra S. K. Brownlee, ...lIrra.,.. ..,..,
anllfUU.. .'" 11I,1 11\ '" \\ -
Mrs. M. C. ami Mrs. W J. I
: Stlth ." ". : GRANULATED

NevtiteConcerning Epperson spent the day In Jacksonville l-Al.r. 8T11EKT, fioin the ,int">iH." ,
I ( lion of Cull and lluv' .xtioiMH to thiIntel FNS1' GRADE
Tnend.iy '.Mfctkin of (',,11 and OriniKiKlrevtw SUGAR 10Pounds51cEVAPORATED d
Inrludlngr\ nil Intel "i otlonHalonu -PURE CANE -
Kiild tttroetOltANdH \
: or cont IKTIIOIIH to ,
Our People, Businest and Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and 8TKK10T, fmm, .th. In- '
torHnftlon of I'ajl ntiil ""111111'" Ktn. >ptH
of the family. Mrs. Tlielma LaFlle and Intempctlnn of anilMndlunn ''fl
Progress County and Town to the OIIIIIKI" ttEECH-NUT
Lulu Redgrave motored to St. Htrcftd. IIH, liullnic' all' IlItt'l-l lHfrtloiiB i
I ulonit or < oiitlKiioUH ti> .said I
Augustine Sunday and spent the street.

_......=C'I<;";I <<;;I<;'O'5i!.'>.2252 _"" ?"" <;';J<;';J<;';J<;";Ir-.. day. HAY STHKHT' fioin, thi,.? Intoi. ,'auction , APPLESPackage8c SPAGHETTI2for25c
(_ ";n------ --- of ttav Hitu ( an MI. i i.1.l it in,,"
A. Bishop spent Wednes,11 Mr"i"d: r -d-l\-;;;; ----- I hiterncrt of nil and MndlMinstreets ,
II.
'.
!MI\ Mr. and Mrs J. F'. Colley. Katie Incliidlnfc all lntii"not'i litnnalonK
,rackuonvllle.i Blanche Alderman visited JackHonvlllo or rout' liriioim to Hitld Mreit.sn'oN'l .
Fugtite and Lillian Stump were :; ). tlmt all ot xald. I>BVI'-
Saturday. guests of Mr. Colley's brother, Mr. nient shall be with brii'k, iiti Ic. 'IMII.HtottB P/LLSllU/
foiu-rcte or othtM,' hard MMfain -
merchandise at theq".tlIIY '
i !nullity, C C. Colley of Jacksonville Sun muterlal MS d"'llIIln..1" i 1 10)> tin'
Stoie.l Mrs. 1 10.: L. Higgs Mrs N Stern- i'llv Of>uni>1 ll, nnd sn* h d Mt>t nilnatliuiMhall t FLOURASSS.3E 24 P d $119
day. : : oun S
have full f t'l I'lTi-i t thiMitme -
berg and Mrs\ J. F. Kickliter: Jr., as. If svt out and inndc u iiait ,

'III', und Mrs.\ W. lI.! Strlugfel- flpent! Tuesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. E. M. Uavla Alice Fernandez of this resolution.TIIIUI .
.). that nil n' the snld pavIIIK -
I... \ ,'jHitcll Starko Sunday. | Wesley Stearna and John or h..rd-.urr..cll1l1'. 01' nnv pint
Snappy sun-buck bathing suits tliprt-of, which It nm\ "' III> : PAL.uOLlJrlJLUE ROSE
Powell inotoied to Jacksonville : I'i\
In: th judMTniPtit i of IhfM.: h ; i
MI, s Kate Struth la visiting Mr. on display at Stump's\ Dept Store. Wednesday afternoon for their haw npprnpi.,late |IIKffrndps .
.
storm ..e\\i'.. and i.nnnt ... -
" i Min DeSha tu. WlldwoodM music class. t Inns, and that nnj' 111'11.V.. J. 1<: -
---- Epperson\ spent Sunday this. tmdv itn. tli" H* 'inattiis. .. MhallhuVH ,
foit-e. nnd .1'1''h.t '
full i imait
1'I! C. Stllh of Lotilnvllle afternoon in Law ley with her Mr. and Mra. W. 1. Edwurda
IT H<*t out niul 'Hindi'' II i PIII' til
I at' i ived Thursday for several daughter, J\I\ rH. George Anderson.Mrs. of Jacksonville were /guests; of this tpsolntlon.
KOl'UTH, that all of sild |\'"MMKNhnll '
\. .. v'sit: with relatives. --- : !Mra. Edward's parents) Mr. and In* of a width <.r tml h.-.. thanTwentysin COMPOUND
;;;;:
\ 1''. H. Johns. It V. Mrs. W. M. Slruth for the week ((2111) ffet.. i.M i pi liiiHtiHPt. \'

I M.rv type of shoes toloiful Tinner, and ('\children spent Tues end. Twenty" whli feet'h In shall width ni.t,,'MII In|..| IT width"H than nfracli LARD / :. SHIPMENT 2 Pounds d 25c

.
" >snappy shoes, plain shoes.IIIIP day in Jacksonville, the Cllv Ktiei-t. l'UIlItl'II.to \In-
, 'i )Iiept. Store. -- !Mr. L. O. Ray went to Jacksonville Klt'Tir, that nnv iinil .ill. "pi i IflinllniiM
Mr. and Mrs. AV. II. Hoffman of Wednesday afternoon to attend shall b fuinlKlKil I 1 li> an inKlnrcr -
.employed l>v till- bmlfm' Hint
i
Mi"*. N. A. Illltth la the guest of Gainesville ate the guests: of Mr. the marriage of Ills cousin, puipoHp nnd slinll, upon MiitispqiiPiitlesultitlon FLORIDA LARGE FANCYLEMONS

daiiBhter Mrs.! II. L. BrownMis and Mrs.\ W. L. Wall. Miss Madge Johnston to Mr. Gordon of this Imdy. havn full
.
I I"" i I fin i u and effect ns If xet out anil'

J" "Gossard;;; ;: Line r Beauty". Combinations Blltch.Mr made.SIXTH: a 1 pint, Hint nf thu this tei-tnln;resolution: propel: tynloiiK PEACHES 2 Quarts 25c Dozen 27cBROOKF1ELD

-------- and uhiittlnif and oontlKUoiiM .i
W, A Stern and daughter!; glrdfes and buasleres. and Mrs O. W. Marks and to the said streets. Ix hereby deslKnated \ ,[
as the propel'ty specially. lieintltted --
visited Jacksonville Wedlr Stump's Dept. Store. little daughter left Sunday for
.
l.i"nine t>y the 'Iniptovetnents heioinlpiovlded I '
their home In Deland after a visit : for and snld benefits, are : '
1I heieliv deemed and declared to .c."I'lle -
Dr. H. S. Carroll and Tolfa'rLong
Mrs. Marks' parents Ivir. andMrs. I
with to nil lots nncl l lands ndJnjinniK, FRESII
\ and Mrs. J. F. Tliomau were iu Jacksonville Saturday A. M Darby. tontlMruc. or abounding or iibnttliiMT I IIII.nn BUTTER Pound d 50c
.
said !Improvements and that PURE CREAMERY -
afternoon.
\\oodfliinnd Jack Halle spent said benefits are heieby detel'mined.as ,

Sunday In St. Augustine !MIHB\ Minnie\ Ciruber Alias Ethel: That follows the: respective lots and lands i

Judge: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina Crlflln Misses Myrtlce and Myr- udjolnlnK, coin IKIHMIH, nboundliiK or VAN
spent several days In Tallahassee abiittliiK' sal Margaret I
(Chiifas, velvet beans Spanish will Jackson and Mlaa : \heiebv: deemeil henelllted .In prnpor-: i

'aunts and Held peas. J. F. Klck- this week. Long motored to Jacksonville Saturday lion to the iiftual front footage oil

]II Illi i i for the d 1y. the SiVi\TH.street so that named the. whole costs i or Meal 61bs.23c Milk small 5c Large lOc

Mrs. T. J. nrimn and !Mrs.\ N. T. -----. of said I hlllll'ov..m..nl" ptovlded 'III ;

tlltoli spent Monday\ in Jackson II. VKnlKlit I this lesolutlon shall. be assessed. hvxpeclal .
)Di' and Mrs.V.. B. Parks and State's AUonra and Mrs. assessnient on and .against

Kim' UogHed spent Sunday in ville. : and MnjfC.\ C lloppe mo- the adjolnliiK. abutting I i'u"t.IKUOUSand .
bctundtng lauds. and that the!!
I.., Kson-ville with friends. to OalneitTllle Monday. Mrs. total I lost of thepiiNlnir, hard-sin. For Canning; MASON Pints 90c
Mrs.\ \ llogan/; Smith of Sampson lioppe\ remalneu for several days tlldl1l1', "ri'iiHlt', (c'urblnif drains.' KfadIIIK. -

\tr'' Jl V Alvarez of JackBonv City, was a visitor In Starke:! Mon visit \\ith friends.Mr. : xtol m mid sttweis.ot hpl cullliec. 'Inipt.t oveYiielitsIs Ions, I Intelsectlons -

I M,.. 'a tlie guest of her parents day. heiebv. assessed ugulnxt. xalil lutxami FRUIT JARS Quarts 100.
-
lands and tiint i u n > LaM -
\ii mid MrsL.. V. :Jloreo.Mi : !\ and Mrs. II. U Biownleeami and' .lands. ate liable and indebted. 1 I Inpropnitlon
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. M. Alvarez and daughter Mary. Mis. M UStlth to ILH fiiotau*. for tin
of hi InipfoX llllMltH Of till.*
OStN Mil I
,. Niles Hay of New York City Mrs. D A. 1\Iontetll'vlslled! Jacksonville and (children Mrs\ S. SUrownlee xtreet Improved upon whleh It nbuttaor l -

Sunday. Mr. und !Mra. J. M.Prownlea Is tontigiious ui adjoining amithd MAXWELL HOUSE FULL CREAM
iht guest this week of hln!'! aunts and roxts of the afmisald, 1 Inipiovinients i

Mlh-ies Olive and, Amelia Kay nnd children visited St. on eiich stiPet .shall bi. protatetl ,
New summer Hosiery at Stump's lUrnldlnK> to tin Inlnl ftnntHK4 -
Augustine Sunday of lots and liindn in in" nn. ,mlJnltllnK li
Bird Kimrnnu-M1! ,, COFFEE Pound 47c CHEESE.. Pound 28c
\i,. s Amy Moore spent the Humming ---------- ol> "' IKUOIIK to Hitlil .It'.t.t.ot } -

..k <-iil In Jennings !guent: of hose In all/ newest sliaes $1.0010 Mr. and Mia. It. J. Davis and pint' :thereof. tlmt linpiuvidKlttllTII. noil.:, :of thi' i.osf.of ,

i ,nul Mrs, Hrynon HrookH.l $1.75. children spent Sunday In Jacksonville said Impt'ovemenlx xhull bo paid, 1 i ,f *
iioin the funds of 'thi' "lIy of Stuike,
and were occoni\pa tiled home l.'lni'lila. exiept I Unit I tlu* xald t'ltvinuv \

l i -,; Sale, livery,: dress In Col. an dMrs. K. !M.! Johns came by !Mrs. Ida Wells Tutum who iidvuiu-e. such fiiiidH ax are t"-. ,
klonneited
foi tlie
, utipB Dept. Store on sale big I home from Tallahassee for the will be the:r nuent for several! exsai3, with I snld preliminary Illipt.ovi'lnetll.wot". 1MMC
week-end. NINTH I hHt tin iti'ilit" nf Hn Hi" l lof
, I ---' the ItnaneliiH' of said lmproemonts, *

and Mr*. Edward: Hums and !Miss Mildred Hall of Tampa Is Mr. and !Mrs John Uglow and hut .at no lost to XH ul city m
Tj.\TII| that the tntal I uxxexHrnentfoi
\11..1 l C, Hoover motored to v'sltlng: Misses Fredrlka nnd Leah Mlsa Carr Uglow were guests of ;! said Improvements, : heieln provided
WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY
St ruth.Mr. L. McDowell of for, Ix a lieu on the lots. nndlands
( n Cove Springs Tuesday. I j lr. und Mra. H. axxerisiMl. front"the data of theimnxiiKe

Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mis.Uglow of this involution, nml IMpavnbln '
\ CJeo. C White spent\ the Jacksonville > .In rash or In Ten equal annual > iwlili
Mrs. '\'. L.. Edwards! ; will remain In -- -- -- -
\li and( Installments eitiiil| In /ptlnclpiil.with 1. ,,' I Ii
week-end at home and left Monday tunned Inteti.xt at the -- -- -- ,
vlxlt.Mr. late
days
Tuesday In for Heveial
'ksonvllle, spent 1
" ln< \\x ;
of (H) cent annum, fromdnte 1.- 1'1"
for business trip to Orlando. \ per per 'li motion wan' seconded by "
a
'
' ,i'ki, with relatives. of the* N'IIIII..llon of xald Intpiovement I
and Mrs.! II. C. Wall Air. until pnld>1. both pilnclpulnnd i omii. Hman U.I \V Alderman> ami, nil r-rzz3*"} JiSi feSlnturnnrt ..f
-- Ayt ninl :Nuy vote. helnjr tnkeniiiereon \ I \ _L
---- Interest payable' when/ I:, 'urge W. Balsden of Jatksontpent and Mrs. J. H. Carvllle of Tampn, tin, tux. ....II..t..l. of. the city of upon. mil ittll the vutr | / I II[I & \
Mr and Mrs. W. n.! Halle had I Junlua Smth.: Mr. SIIII'k.., l'lm I Ida> nt his' olllce nnd. during Iheri'OII |I.. UN follows: ,f5wT7', -V '
Mrs.
and
\ : '. the week-end herehis :Mi oltlce hou..... 1'he llrst Instulltnent Ayi' (I \\' A Idvi num. T, A Pa\ls 1'j
II IIh Bisters.1 an their dinner guests Friday eve-I and Mrs. Macen lllcka of Waldo, h..I'"t. lone! shall. be pnyiible !'. Hoover, XV U:. Wall.Nnv I ',* : : j
Mr. and Mrs J. H at within 'Thhtv diivx after tliecompletion : None. Ah..III. N HleinbeiifWIII'ltKl'rOV '
ning, of house party '
members a .
are of said.. t'1'I0'nV."I.' .. the ('hnlrmiiti "nnn..1 -

\1and Mrs. Elmer,: Lazone of Jr. I I Pass-a-Urllle this week. I... l.l.i\.: : '.!i\Tlr.. !. all.', ... xpeilal!.:. !" L axsexH-. adopted t h.lend.Adopted siUd. leHolutlnn wn-fl "',,1-- :;,..;; 1. I :.11' ,

I kminvtlle. were visiting theiHtlt'n i'i.h;;;; ; .l .I bt. jiavHlila.. wlliln' 'ThlilytliivH ;' I In reirulur, session. 1 thin. fj
11and\ :Mrs. T. ("i. Holton Mr .i Hfttr the (hi. l i mlrmtloitniul l.lic, 211. liiy of May. A. II. 1D31. 1;" -' ,
sisters Sunday. ... .. : I'I.I. g'.I :, \ 'I C. P. HOOX' MU, 1It's
and Mrs. W L. AKin of Tampa\ ... < onfli I IIIHI d>n nvifl**!), .
1 I. hoMwvei. .that th" t'lty Cuiincll muy (SI.'XT.: : ) ClmirmnnATTKST / '
were the guests of !Mr. and Mrs\ Beach t l hy reHnlutlon. )provliltt for 1 hIt piiynieiit I I ; \ : 'tj
's J
W Uahine of Hampton was Sunday. ** Bootse at tho vlettloil of tho i>rupeity, |I C. ,\. KUrt'ir, NET$450"/ Our Job to Knew
" IIIIHlneS8 visitor to Starke SaturP J, II Holton I + iiwut-r of any uxHpxHmcnt 'in nuuulliiHtallnienlH CliTk.' rOlD nOAC':: Tn::: j

,. \ .****.* *.* *********. not rxiuillnn Ten payulile IIciv to Help Vo'. :} i iA
,
and William Struth.Ji annuiilly the llfMl of wl'hMhull
Shtiley Mr\ and Mrs.\ \ Lacy Norman and .be payablo within, Thirty ilayuof : 0 .hmlnM* tnmm nr him nwnrryo imm ;;; .' :
'., of Jacksonville are spending: l"l'Ilnkle tlii* dale of rtinflrmiilIon. Tin\ I Iowner I mil r.|m-l.""t .. to .>HPn In In.urmmrm l' '
P> graduation gifts the Quality grandparents daughter, Cleo. and Mls of: any property; :: mMlrn.Voor t

tn tttarir* fnrfreight ;'
o tlnx.I .
W. H. Struth. on or hefoie. Thirty < , and delivery. Dnttipert *tJtpart prrtnll inr
Mrs. uiyr i
,, :Miand[ after 0" I f ln.nr.mlomi.. ........ ... .
- ks.. shirts. visitors to Starke Saturday Haul. "'(infli'mat Ion : .iml .H. luMrnr :;
l w unit ri M llllinfc
with the City Clerk written upplliatlnn TheatreGAINESVILLE
Mrs. D. K. Knight: left Wednesday ; noon. / Iu pay xald. aKHeHHment In i It .U our tuk W h... ._lhnr. ...,,llT.' ;. :
1 mdon Hos'ery will make a very Mr. and Mrs. J. .fiaaklns and .liiMtfillnieiitx. whlili applkatlon\ Hhulluale .nil tnr >..... pnilnrllm. unnicto U",. 1 i
The for Jacksonville: where she week-end at all 'Iriewfiiloi IIIVH 1,1 nJurlHilirtlonal Buy your .....n't. .,.......,. ...... .....r...... .... ''I ,1
ao-eptable graduation gift. will be the guest of Mrs. J. SSlrlbllng : children spent the : : 01 <>therwlx UI'"i;: HID'pioipfdliiKW ; I' mllnl. U imi wviU...,,......... <'I I, .I

Quality/ Store. for several days. Zlff the guests of Mr. and Mra.\ whlrh for the. linproveinunt, for ---- --- Tires.1 BHn. four.luilrHAROLD._ p.ul....._. .... ';' ,' .,I
Hitlil UHxpHHiiicht IH I..vleel.lnd I Ford !of .. ..11' r.. '
IOU.
-'-- J. W. Lewis. In the apportionment of the LOMIKthereof I'HomC.\\I: WI'I:!: { ('0\1-\ 'JIH If' .
Fruit Jars, raps, rubbers vlne- and Mr. and Mrs. Aithur Crantham I, ." ,
Mr. and Mrs J. M.\ Davis 'TWr.I.PTir" that the extlmate to.tal :\MDNCINO: : .\\ 'JTlli
Kar In bulk and pickling spices. J. Mattle Hailey visited friends and (daughter of Union county, COKIM of. all Impi .uvemenlH hereinpiovlcled -- -----------.----.- here C. WALLL\

P Klckllter.Mr Miss the week-end here with the for Ix 'tI.nfl: ) .UlTlliitiun >.
and relatives in Jacksonville Suncliiy. spent liach und. every I Monday Thru 'fzurs.t'll ,< II ,
latter's mother Mra.\ \ Johnnie owner alonK, ...KintlKuouH adpolnlnic'' INSURANCE '" ',\,, ,,'

Charles Darby left Tuesday Johnson. bouixllnir or nhuttlnw the pioperlyiilonif h..t..I." HII''I1I'' ,\I'It 1.1t"IIITulklnK 1.- WE'LL save ,you money, ",
the xalil. Mtmetx, and all perMonfl '- time and trouble. Our
fi" an extended visit In Fort My- of Wlldwood, Mrs. L. M Murrhee and two flrinv or copniatlonx and all Itml "'llIlCh," STAUKE FLORIDA '
Mrs. L. M. DeSha .
tires last because
interexted In xnlilaxxtiKKment longer
en Ruth and Thomas are pioperty ownrtm
several days of this week children, ;; will take notice. that :the I nr
spent and Mrs. W. spending a few days at Folkston, City Council of th4 City of tstarke. they ere specially made '

Mrg T. J. Alderman and Mills with her parents !Mr.\ Oa., the guesta of Mrs. Murrhee's will rne..t ut "Klxlit a'(.lot'k I*. M, at SHOWBOAT for tile new Ford. Stand : .';," t'I
Struth. the Council Hall lit the City of I
Mae Patchett motored to Gainesville II. mother Mrs. D. F. Roddenberry Starke June the 4lh' A. D. 1929:! ard makes built accord -r \

Saturday afternoon.COLUMN. Mrs. Emma Canova, Miss Eunice: Mr.\ and Mrs. Ancll Thompson to.. hear made any to Halo ohjectlontf 1 Improvements.COUIK which .irmybe I ing to strict Ford speci Say it with J I'

and are the proud parents of a little 'llnmn W. U Wall moved' fications. Low prices too ,f''
Canova. Mrs. Geo. Flynn the adoption of I thin reHolutlon
Turner motored to son born May 17th. --- on all Ford accessories. Flowers For All ', ;.
William ,

GENT A WORD Jacksonville Mrs. Tuesday. and Mr.children and Mrs.attended Marvin the Thompson show at Occasions ," ';"'." .


Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby of Lawtey Friday night. With '

Ft Myers arrvled Sunday for several ,-. Laura LaPlante I Gertrude God bey : j

visit with Mr. DarbY'sparents. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ., '
FOlf Furn'shed! cottage days i : ,Jit
RENT J.V.. AXimKHN. II Anderson :
Klckllter. !\II'. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Company will\ build $40.000 addition Joseph Schildkraut
nt Klnggley lake. 3. F.
to warehouse No. 8 at Jack- Otis liar Ian Htniko, llorlilu ,

FRYERS FOR SALE 35c per Mrs. A. V. Long and Miss Annie sonvllle. Alma Rubens Fhon :39 Waldo Fla. j... :
of
pound. A. J. Thomas. Long: of Gainesville were guests 'I .\M C.IIKMN'ratlcfl ZleKfeld J 1'layern (
FHTOII
It'l ( .': TO I>
'0'\,1\
this
relatives for several days J'ron.. ....... .. --_ "f"j
Helen ,
Morgan '
:
FOR -good -
SALE-Steel range ( week
47. III hereby given that all Jutes Illedsoe
'"million; baby bed. Phone anu
l-trlhuteeH
rreclltorH. 1..I..e." :
of
S-24-2t. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Godwin nil porHonii havlnjc. rliilnm lI"alnst OID'GII ?

the State Farm, were guests ofII' the I'.Htnte: of required J. Z. AnUer to I'r..nt., deceased. HARDWARE' --.J PI luII- .

SE\\I.\o(: SOLICITED Fancy !\ and Mrs.! H. A. Bishop Satur are.clalma hereby to the Honorabl. Oeo. A: Screens I :Movlrtonc/ TiilklnxNow* 1101.1
I Jalj-Tlu..y
mo plain; satisfaction guaran- .. r'ounty JudO! of Hrailfordc'lliinty all
day. Florida. for M'" approval Prices
t""d." < Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Hamp- from dut hereof Screen Door Hinges I .
within' one year I DC X. tlU!< I Or & 7.XllilllU'Cr 1' .
hl-t. In Ilurth vo1rlti records / .Q.\
'111'' Fla. 51731.U WIlKam: lirownlee of or thlH. Notlle will be Fly Swatters 1 .,
11James\ < etn.nel all |1'1'''<'Pi Indebten toKHifl lnlltlFridai'Saturday: ,," "
Dental College returned KHtate: are required o pnyth lrdebts \'
the Atlanta : ., '
)> i .Bunch of keys on ring, Thursday for thl summer. to the underitluned. Admlnl ;.rrii
home tratur forthwith. Everything: to keep the
tind railroad yards near de- 24th day of Malr
This l9l2A out this summer---at
.J, vm penta
'! Finder return to T. J. H. 'tat 'ofJ Win llroH. VlUiplione. Till Itliif 'tV
Administrator of th.. n" that will astound youfor HIT ,- k )
Illn at depot._ H* !\II'. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and i2. >t-T-t9.
S-21-l:!
and Vlrg-nla:: ____
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daughter Jean, i you want to know '
F"i SALK:--Reo sedan like new. little Archer Startling values In all Doll"With ,. n Iiether
In "Glad
Sunday '. "TIOVTh Rag tliero'j
'
11 sacrlftce $500; Buick maalx Anderson spent It kinds of hardware every i tires any tliTerence/ In

< coacb. $450; nine cars all with relatives. City Tounrll of th.. City ofStarke thing you might need at bar r I -Just remember what
tlrca
I / used
arc when
.. world
Fl"rld nrItH records
i' kes, cell all for 1000. CheHI and Bradford Cotinlv. gain prices. /
W. J. Stone meetlnar at the City Hall -- made
and Mrs. regular no are -FirtESTONET
!\II' stock
Smith JackHonvllIe 200 of : of A. It. l 2a, The most complete Dolores Costello .
Co., were guests on 2lHt, day May. __ tr..... __ time!
''trk 5-17-tf. family of Archer navNed tho followlnir r"..olnl IonMIRKKAM. : of hardware for the home ", every
street. M. Davis Thurs The City Council of ---1'1 UI-- "- Give
E. the
and Mrs. \ your car best.
Mr neelnMI tl>.. ner- garden or farm in town.
the City of Starke ('OIIUSJoWS'IXTS: : : : / 'I1rivo around
and let
Bl\<, .... day. enMity and advlnablllty for the name.a us! equij
HAHGAIN: -$4,750 takes m: well an. helnic petitioned by a OxwuM). CurtiMtn In "Hound LIIe"l.. you with Firestone Gam-

P. an farm In the city limits o Mrs. F. L. majority. of tho ilttieim and property 1> WITT (1. JONESHAKIMVAItK I Of Ji nor .Xta"lniN & KvenlnKHHtunlay : Dipped Tires tiro
Mrs. Cora qreen{ owner. or-thoH.* ownlnn the Jondar; ", .Ia. -one or m
Starke; last year's crop over Lillian GarrU and majority of the foot frontage abutting Mntlnee lOc Hnil .'Oc) Whole set.

3.UOO pounds of' nuts. Good Turner. Miss of Jacksonville -,, adjoining ,fonUlluou. thereto
Pergolia to conatructi re-construct. re-
house barn chicken house; Charles Saturday here with the pair pave andA.'bard-surface the Best of Quality 1K>N'T :MISS' HIIOXV IMJAT IT'SOXK
to spent hereinafter nam streets and Inter W. Andrews
J.
orne I am going Jr.
tools etc.
Balsden. vctlons as well as providing for OK TUK OHKATKHT: ': OPKKItl.VO.S ,
New York and need money. See Misses curhlnir and: trutfcril.TltKHUPOUIS Lowest of Prices : I.N HOf.M) IIIHTOIIV

We before May 15th. After Dr, Chas. T Herty of New resolved. :by the It City U determined Council" of and the I I IIt -

at date no sale. L. Torruela. chemical adviser of the Pine City of "'Htarke that It In necessary{ I I
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1, FRIDAY. MAY at, lf
1F All im.\i>Fonn COUNTY: fELKonAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA 2o

n PACK ., ----. .. ._ ._ .. _.__ __ .._ .-___ _om ._ .-_ _- --- ---i '- -
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!!: ,,: -- -- -- -- --- - _-----_ __ herds. of the hogs In the
:, -'- -- ....... .. community lost their entire community ,'?','I{
I'I' .;i l. .. -- ---I .M. .W. IS NECESSARY this so we had a community ev'", .
I r'i": : EARLY POISONING Hogs are a good price year It. llf t

How to and we are not tatting any chances, May weather Is
usually \)1., |Ilv,
:i t. Farmers & Farming we are having them treated to pre- dry, and that Is regular clio.ril|
AGAINST BOLL WEEVIL
RaisePoultry IN FIGHT realize that
vent cholera for we weather. We of our comninn'!,,,,,,

I I"I' tA I once cholera gets Into a herd it Is do not Intend to take any rh,,,.",,, ,. <
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'' ..:'- (By Agricultural Editor) :I Ii1't -- mighty hard to save.allY hogs in with this hog cholera, trouble. \\i i I",, ?

}' -- .. : By Or. L. D. LcOeor. V. S.Si. Calnesvllle. Fla Cotton farmern Expect 200 BoysAt the herd. It Is so easily and surely prom, ?,|
Louis, Mo. 81 Smith and Old Slim Tlmmons, -- .
of north Florida can produce
!
;' Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles T1r.t.rCarI 1 In. urmluatu Ontario who lost their entire herds last
i A Polk club
'f.'Ijl! : : of cotton this year in spiteof Short Course county gin ." ', I"",
Veterinary CoHuua. IMO hjrfvfftyearinf a crop
;a 1'f;; of Farm Experiences: and Methods Found veterlniirv prut. .lUeoit. ...I..a.... Infestation year, came over recently to sea me prepared an attractive exhibit u, ,
weevil -
'J Best Suited to. Our of tlv. Mock. ami poultry. l.nunrnt.ufhorirr I the large boll / about protecting their herds this local I 5 and 10 cent store, < ,
:r' :\: To lie Country poultry anl.M.k ruining.NHtionully / < oi ,"I.;
I'' n.known poultry I ,breeder.NalvJuuihoranJ : expected declared Paul C. Gainesville, Fla. When more year, and we then went over and Ing of jellies, fruit juices ,
"' \ //1." ,,,... "'rill
L
I" with Gus
-- I discussed the matter
.1,' \ J Calhoun of the Florida: Experiment than 200 boys from all parts of pickles. The equipment
----- -- -...........................-...-...--" Weeks' and Abe Larkins used \\.h
.- Station, In a radio talk over the state gather here next week purchased from the 10 cent st"<''I'IrnW ,
Truck Prices 7 Per Cent Loss Article XX WHUF recently. Farmers were for the annual club! short course The result was that we all decided -I I

now .BOUT >\CIII.M.; HATCH- which to have our hogs inoculated < DDt
advised of the Indications they will find everything in readiness -

Drop Due To On Forest UnitsWith i ISO now point to a heavy crop of weevils : for a plasant and profitableweek. against cholera. And we decidedto after COFFINS & :: |
have them Inoculated right -
and reminded that early poisoning .
The QIII'UOIIll1'thl"r or :Not to will weaning time for we realizedIt : and a Pull Line of CWI :
Larger Crops is the only kind that The boys will arrive Monday, i iUndertakers'
a total of 6CO.860 acres ofFlorida's {'M4' Inrulmlorn Iso: I'robloiii Is cheaper and easier to have
give satisfactory control. May 27 and will be registered
forett land under protec- To OhersThls DlMriiHNlon: ;yClle The only feature of the Florida during the afternoon. On Tuesday the work done then. And in addition Supplies I
d "' 1.1 \JClllnHt I.'n- VuluabloHMlstnIKO In l)ctniliuilliiK It the pigs protection ;
Gru\\'I'S ire ''" gives
1 fon In 7 protection units 48,289 \poisoning: program which Mr. Cal- morning they will attend the AUTOMOBILE HEARSE vi I
"I" 14x1)lUrsion.Unwise :: !<' Whether HwltVli to while they are growing.We .
acres, or 1.3 per cent, were burn- houn stressed was the necessity commencement exercises of the
--- Artificial Incubation or Stick l to didn't want to take any AlwBri on hand. Th. hat ..rrtuI
ed over during the season just for poisoning: the plants before the University. During the afternoon a th. low Ml prim. tiu.et..I.1|
expansion of truck crop passed according to reports received Time Honored '('I ho
,. acreages aggravated by "w Ildcat" ( by the Florida Forest Ser- punctured, This Is abnolutey necessary thing will be put In readiness for by not doing the work REGISTERED EMHALMhUUEWITT

; plantings of promotion agencies vice from District!: Foresters ii. h!. I once overheard a rather animated rain or I
is held responsible by A.V.. Mca Sebring of Starke and It. It. discussion of the relative The one most common mistake of boys will be divided Into got a veterinarian to come out and

)( /)'. of the department of agriculture Whlttlngtou of Panama City. The merits of natural/ and artificial farmers Is to overlook this point two groups. Those who are at- do the work for us. .brought STARKE. FLA. B

,t for the most!: serious over- combined reports from the Eastern means of hatching eggs. Each side and wait too late to apply the first tending the short course for the along enough serum and virus }o ltt !I.Jt'JmlJCOOtDmcfJl: ( )

,' production problems of the fruit and Western Districts show that of the question had Its ardeht poison, he said. first time will be classed as Jun- give the double treatment to all -- --- t

and vegetable Industry. 524 fires occurred upon 'the units champions, each of which was absolutelY The practice! of picking up the iors. Those who have attendedone

Air McKay who !is cooperatives I causing damage: estimated in excess sure that his view was the fallen squares during the Bummer or more courses will be rated ,

of $86,000.Incendiarism > only one possible for any personof does some good but s many a3: seniors. The juniors will be
of the bureauof
marketing agricultural specialist economics, urged in leads the list of good judgment. In the course farmers put too much faith In this I given a prescribed course but the tt5.wo n

the causes:\ with 401) fires; lumbering of the debate, one young!!; fellow procedure, he declared. The time seniors may elect any subject they
statement Issued by depart-
a : follows with 68 and miscellaneous remarked because they were too to wage the fight Is before the I choose.
ment the organization of strong "'
? associations by unknown, brushburnlng, smokers. darned temperamental. "W-a-a- squares fall off. The work of the juniors will consist -

co-operative lIe also suggested thnt'lnter-grow- lullroads and< camp fires In the drawled one rather ancient defender TheFlorida plan for poisoning of seven periods devoted to t *

ers.regional co-operation of groups toprevent order named. of nature's methods "If you kin boll weevils Is to make the first application live stock, mechanics insects and

and discourage The results obtained according find anything more temperamentalthan before the squares are diseases horticulture record keep-
unwise expansion -
4r, schemes to State Forester Harry Lee Baker: one of them there Innykew- punctured, as suggested. Then this Ing poultry and getting acquainted Se
promotional
of fruit are gratifying In view of the fact haters, I'd like to see HI"! should followed with three ap with the campus. The lust
which in major planting
) and vegetables during periods) of that the organization has been in That reply Indicates a pont! of plications.be, five to seven days course Is Intended to give the boysa

should be organized. existence less than one year. Practically view that was once quite a bit apart. Either the dust or poison chance to; visit! the whole univer- -
low prices,
the entire acreage outside more general than It Is now. There syrup may be used( for the first sity.
Ho said( the lettuce acreage In
the units has burned was unquestionably a time, not campaign. In localities where
of California protected Boys of the older group may select -
Valley I
the Imperial
+ was expanded from 20,000 acres In over, according to the state forester so long ago at that, when the incubator where only moderate infestation one subject and devote all of wpYS .
who to the 7 cent loss was not the reliable machineIt Is usually experienced the above
1924 to 34,000 acres in 1927, points per their time to It. The beginner'scourse ,
In-I
; 41 for proof that fire control on forest Is today. Nowadays a good up- program will give satisfactory re- gives the boy a chance to IU li'JNSEUS .
t Yk cr.nslni production per be secured where all to-date Incubator that Is run according sults. \which .,.', I
The net result to growers he said, I areas can find out course he is most ( $
all was that In 1927 they received property owners are wlll'ng to cooperate : to Instructions Is equallyas For those sections which ex- interested In. and when he returns .It.ft..d. f \

$4,796.000.!>f whereas, for the smaller with state and( federal for- dependable In its o'wn way an pirlence a heavy infestation: every the following year he has his C. a C.mp..rdrl.

1924 they had received $6- est services. the family clock. It is hardy an year, the above schedule should mind made up as to which course IC i L1.1.4-Flice-Mosquitoes-Bedbugs-Roaehea-.Moths-Ants-Flea.<< !!:

crop On the West Bay ProtectionUnit exaggeration to say that a good be followed late In the season by he wants. Waterbugs-Crickets and many other InsertsWntt

137000. In Bay county 47 property modern Incubator practically runs two or three applications of dust, Classes will be held, on Wednesday fat tjucalional bovkttt,McCormick&C H, Baltanart' Md."s .

continued. owners with 36'owning less than Itself. If there are any temperamental beginning before any bolls are afternoon but the other .. .

( 200 acres apiece have joined hands interferences with the punctured. afternoons will be devoted to :
berries. The average yield was 2- D ..
000 quarts per acre; prices paidto with the larger property owners In progress of artificial hatching It Mf. Calhoun based his> predic- sports and recreation. One of the

to growers 19 cents per quart and community co-operation with the Is more usually shown In the op- tions of a heavy Infestation this features of the short course each D

l the total farm value of the crop result that that unit leads the orator than in the machine. year on the results of hibernation: year Is the track and field meet,

tt? was 4772000. In 1923 acreage slate In the low percentage of forest I realize that the question to tests carried on at the Station this This will be held this year. as

d' a In Missouri was Increased to land burned over. which Is belter, the hen or the Incubator "spring, with 26,000 weevils. The usual.

; Is still a debatable one to mild winter was one of the decidIng .
26,490 acres and yields were only
many people. I can best answer factors In their ability! to live rilOI.KKAVIU, >OT GET: + '
approximately half those In 1925, William Seth Kenyon, superintendent ,
( that question by Baying that when over this year OIK IKXiS THIS Sl' Dnn: yrt'Arr
r,065 acre. of airway extension for
iY or quarts per
the use of hens Is possible justas .
; "However, total production Increased the United: States Department of tlI'IS.llt
t19 Mii,0.AI'HIDS: :
good results are possible as can Although most of the hog rais- .i
and prices as a result declined Commerce, la making a survey of I\ IMIITS <>!" STATK: .
be obtained with the best of Incu- ers of our community Inoculate
to 11 cents per quart and Miami and other cities on the ,
bators and vice versa. There Is their hogs against cholera there ..... .
Florida East Coast 117oa.cfaalvr I furnl.h.w will Ligrid-SOe, 7fe wtd M.2) Gun >0cPomJtr
the total farm value was $3,103- as a preliminary
really no difference in results when Gainesville Fla.-Late reports are still a few who neglect thin. .apply direct br] P.r_ Port p \ -lOc.25c SOc wd $l.UO
I 000." v step in the department's plans proper methods are employed IIIt coming to the Experiment Station Last year some farmers of the a1 nm.tu prlo.. Gun-29c
Considering the national strawberry to provide a lighted airway be- '
state that severe outbreaks of mel- -- -- -- -- --
t the use of both. There are, however -
situation, he pointed out tween Jacksonville and Miami.
in num-
appearing a
a number of limitations to on aphlds are
( that planting Increased over 57- Lighting of the airway will prob-
"1 the use of hens which under certain ber of places In the state. Promptittoii ..
000 acres of 40 per cent while the ably mark the beginning of night; circumstance make the use : In controlling these aphids

i total farm value of the berries increased Airmail service out of Miami making -, of Incubators absolutely necessary.A Is being recommended by J. II.

only about 9 per cent. It possible to deliver niau Watson entomologist of the !sta
hen cannot go: broody at will :
p Need for Inter regional co-op- (leaving Miami In the afternoon In tion. A SIGN OF
and there Is no known way to
.4 orat.on: relating to potatoes also New York before noon of the fol- make her do so to'suit the convenience Nicotine sulphate. Is used to con-

declaring !owing day.Wauchula. of her owner. trol the melon, aphids. It may be
.
-- --
This business of broodiness applied as a dust or spray. The
marketing the total crop called for Hardee County Ice UALITYVMAJEto
must also be considered where dust treatment I la less. trouble and
co-operation among associations In & Storage Company sold to Flor-
very large numbers of eggs mast Is preferred by many growers. The
all Imitnrtant regions. ida Public Service Company for
(
3 cent nicotine-sulphate-lime
be hatched all at one time or per I
-+ $140,000. where the Incubating of large dust I Is is used for this purpose thousands of satisfied
American, Cynamld
y M.W; I'OIIOV I'I.ANT NOT Company hatches must necessarily be a moreor For spraying, the grower may vDtotsr

r', htJMlX'T: TO IJOM XVKKVIIj: : purchased 268-acre tract near less continuous process over an buy a prepared spray/ or he may
Tampa for construction of vRaJiator
$1.500-
extended period of time. In such make his own material at home.
000 phosphoric acid manufacturing USED GAR BUYERS v Rose A.1.
New York May 13--Pr. C. J. cases It would be a serious prob- Black leaf 40 used id the propor- Tnmmb.ion

Iledley-Thornton chairman of the plant. lem If not an impossible one, to tion of one part to '800 or 1000 "'. V Starting

English Artificial Cotton of water gives satisfactory ---
corporation find enough broody hens to carryon parts V Lihtin
This
the developed
season
years. newly
-
I arrived today on the liner the work successfully. In control Mr. Watson states.. .1 Ite.a.wl./7r..geridiea VI nm
berry was Included In
t ship-
Adriatic to Introduce to American ments that went north. It short to the man who makes the Tobacco stems and refuse may ._, vyatt _
r, cotton growers and manufacturers was raising of chickens his whole business be placed, In water and allowed to dTiraa '
: _
bought In preference to the other _
p a new cotton substitute made of a types and brought a much bet- or even one of his major activities stand over night or simmer slow I) vUpbolt! -

N strong fibrous plant discovered in there la no question whatto ly for an hour. Before use this
ter price. Washington two _
paid
j birds' nests In South America. use. He must use incubators. solution should be diluted: with
dollars
crate for this
I Nine years of research and 85 per more There is also considerable justification 10 times its weight of water
berry than was paid for the fanciesof
'y ( crossing and recrosslngs of plants for the remark made by .
all other brands. It is estimated that Lake and
was necessary to develop the fibre the incubator advocate mentionedat at these OutLOOK -
4 The ,
Chaclbourn
and Wallace
Orange counties will produce over
for use, said Dr. Iledley-Thornton. of this article.
t the
beginning Used
yr t belts of Eastern Carolina, long fa- standing
600 tons of grapes this year, according -
It Is not subject to the boll
weevil -
liens are very temperamental crea- jE
mous for their berry culture are Car Values ,
and be in to C It. Hlatt county p ,
Yi ran grown practically tures at times. You never know b-
t expected to turn toward the
new agent for Lake county.
' sl any climate or soil. In Londan fruit almost exclusively. Florida when one of them is going hI> get ..

Its price Is one-fifth of that of ordinary should be Interested in this: for tired of her job and leave you flat little difference what make you

; r cotton. A few acres have Florida" produces\ many crates of with a.batch of partly hatched buy although I counsel buying We Have

y already been experimentally cultivated berries each year. SuHelent( seeds eggs spoiled by her neglect. The some well known make that you a .

In Florida he said.. are now being: cultivated at Wll- man who depends on his chickensfor can count on as being all It Is rep- i

} -.- liard, N C., to supply buyers with all or any material part of his resented.

k THKKV: : : STH.\wlU.mty: a limited amount. Two or three Income cannot afford to take such When you' have made your pur- Number of This Red Tag

years will be required: to produce chances.It chase, set it up carefully and run "with an OK that Counts"is

a Experiments that are being con- suflUient sped to enable the old Is also true that chicks hatched It strictly according to the manu-

ducted In berry culture at an Eastern berries to entirely replaced. Mean- by hens are more likely to he facturer's directions. If you do Your Assurance of

North Carolina test farm are Infested with lice and other cer- that will find incubator
time the experiments will be con you your Used Cars in Honest Used Car ValuesYou
expected to revolutionize the tinued and( It Is possible that an mia than those hatched In incuba both a time saver and a money
'
; strawberry Industry. Agricultural: even better berry than the one tors. haver-a welcome and even neces- confidence

It: experts working there have pro- that Is now attracting!!: so much fa- Now let us take a look at the say adjunct to the raisins end .of can have perfect

p 3 duced a new berry that has been vorable attent'on: and commentwill other side of the question. WhenIs your flock. Excellent Con in your purchase of a used carthat

''au named the 659. The experiments be evolved.However the use of hens more desirable? has attached to its radiator

!y I, have been carried forward under t the new berry Is not Generally speaking;, however I -- cap the Chevrolet red "0. K, that

the direction of Dr George II. Dar- receiving all the attention that Is should say that any one who goes 1-Y-- PAINTER'S I II Counts" tag. This: tag, used exclusively -

vj row of the bureau of plant Industry being given at the test farm to in for chicken raising on any con- [ dition. Come In by Chevrolet dealers, Is
of siderable scale will find the Incu-
United State Department
matters of this nature. Scientists that have
agriculture. There U little Dr. bator more nearly a necessity than Simon Pure Citrusand attached only to cars
there
I laboring!!: are seeking to pro- I !
a mere convenience. It gives! absolute been thorovghly reconditioned
Darrow doesn't know concerning duce a metal container that will I
strawberries and the fact that he I make possible Indefinite preservation control of the hatch, reduces And Look and checked "0. K." by expert

t> enthused over the new berry of berries. This Is used In labor Insure chicks at any season Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS Chevrolet mechanics. To thousands -

; "s evidence of the part It Is destined connection with cold storage op- and provides! large flocks of practically I of satisfied used car buyers

to play In berry production. eration and tents have shown that the same age. The machineIs Ithasprovedaslgnofout8tandin
northern varieties! of always ready for use at any sea- I Them Over
Re: Because berries: handled In this: manner Ii quality and value. We now hare
the fruit have never been success were delicious( and edible three son and no waiting for It to go I i

; fully acclimated to the South web years after treatment. The new broody. The cost of operation la I on hand a wide selection o? these
Are
have been obliged to depend largely device Is aimed at regulating the very small!!; .there Is little messc I fine "0. K." used cars-priced for

on the standard Klondike and temperature without opening the nnected with the .operation, and "TIME: TRIED AND CROP I quick sale. Come in today.

Missionary brands. But even these container. Still another Inventionon with relatively little care it can be TESTED" I

ai'"Iv excellent types have their faults I which these men are working, kept free from vermin and disease I

4't 1 and because of this a series of Inter wilt when completed, regulate the germs.; I Our Brands. are the Acknowledged Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company

breeding experiments were begun -\ temperature In refrigerator cars In conclusion let' me add just a Standard by which

with the object of combining through blower Under word of caution. If circumstances
a system. Growers of Florida have I :
the finer qualities of the berriesof present planu reg'.lres some time justify the purchase of an Incubator judged all fertilizers for Starke Florida !

both sections of the country. In I tor the top tiers of berries to feel and you decide 19 get one, nearly forty years.

the 659 Dr. Darrow Is satisfied he i the full effect! of the car's chilled: don't make the mistake of buyingone "Giving all we can for whatwe I

r has found the fruit wanted. It 1>1largE'r atmosphere. The new machine re- too cheap. At best you will get Instead of getting. all

and much firmer than the I save only a few dollars and losses
vcrser the usual process and as- we can for what W" give,"
Klondike and because of this lat sures a uniform chilling of all due to Inferior construction., may Is the. policy of

ter will ship further and arrive In I fruit In the car.-Bradenton Herald soon eat up the saving mony times

r + better condition which 'means a over. Whether you buy a hot-air THE E. O. PAINTER

1 better market. The experiments _.. type or hot-water type Is not important FERTILIZER CO.

4 have been underway at the 'Villard. Jacksonville Murray Hill I i I have had equally good

iS!, N C., station for about two Methodist church to be rebuilt.. results from both. It also makes .JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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counties municipalities: political L | keep the legislators at their desks major facts ; favor of t Instrumental 1 month i ot lrIirulgii'v. Ifil"( .

r LEGISLATIVE divisions and districts thereof from until the administration. or some LcThD music which we enumerateas 1 Peb General. I. 1 9 Npteikol 21 KnitHut. .". 07117 <1 '

NEWS ] : the payment ot any license tax.1 other satisfactory plan to relieve I I n..lpl. during month 1806.98 .
follows: viz. 1 I. Instrumentalmusic I
for the sale of gasoline or other the taxpayers from the burden of oJ WarrtinlK durin" monthItal. 7875.flu I I
Is of God and not of man.--. I March. __ __ ___4099.29 ',' :
prod nets of
petroleum purchasedand bonded debt, was adopted. I DlNlnrt 'u. .1 I 1
not even the Pope of Koine. 2. II: .
sold within the state and to Overdraft F.h. I. 192"! 9" '.i'( I
:;: voted 78 to 10 to sublii A second Hccclntn$ during month 1.40 .
TnP House road bill Introducedby provide for was commanded( of God. 3. It was -----
a refund of any taxesIn Warrants iiiot n .
to Ihl' electors In 1930 a proOt4t"I Senator E. M.\ Johns. of the such sales Another Important bill amendIng approved and commended of God., Overdraft ,1.,1 1. 1929. __
PaId by the seller. I.B
nnatltutional amendment tifteenlh district the general; election law pro- tflMirlri A I*. J .
has the
I seeks, designation 4. It never. In old or new I
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nlli.) Peb. "H
of riO.MK U1I11.JoJt'TS ('oxc'I.nsIXU : I. t121' f'
,\1"111" 111f' Pay of-members of the as state road No. 200 of the tecting the Integrity political testament been condemned by God; ,,, UecelplH. durIng _____ fi5.HO .
\ 10 day. One of the moot unusual claims l parties' was passed by Gravely, of IXSTIirMKNTAli: MI'KICEditor I Warrant month 3 US.00
$ per road uo
'to beginning dlrln"
at a Christ the Holy Spirit. the Holy
nii'' ) point on state or
<"" b'lls Hal. March ____. ____ .
offered<1 this> sesHlon of the, Hendry 71 to 1. The measure 1:21 11,01
road No. 28, near Keystone: Apostles who declared "the whole !)' ><>. :a '
assembly Is for relief of Jim Hob- would member of Telegraph : Overdraft Pel 1 2 __ I
deny a any political ) 3(1.91
Heights 'ra\!
bill with amend- running counsel ot God. Acts 20:27.
,'hunt's! north to Hamp : ____ 18733
M 1 erts If you will permit me I IO.lpl. !
pardoned from space
Ralford
April party not voting In the primary !
the existing hotel comul"81" ton, thence northwest from Therefore those who speak on a W..rrlllt. mOllh ____ 211.00
1)uolll, ii> lIamp- 1. 1925 after serving ten years l the privilege of getting his will for the benefit of those who durinI 1. 2ItUlrlrl __.. 472.57 I
exempting from 11- ton Intersect road No. subject which these passed In silence Ov.rd..lf
." laW 68 at I <>. 4Hal.
homes that have a "fewiiUW or near the Leaston Wynn lace.rUlln'ng of a life sentence. The measure, name on the ballot in the general may be confused ou thesubject presume to be wiser than Peb. I. l ((4214! : .... 221 O. ,1lteeelptiu
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'toes" 1
('U8" seeks $5,000 for the former of Instrumental music submit durlnir month 1.00
con- election through a petition signedby u
'to' rent was pusNed sixty to via Hampton Reach and 'I they, and need to pray. Psalms 'VIrllt. month__ j :
Bible facts It. durinI
otherwise known as road No. 1, vict. It was offered by Falrc-loth twenty-five qualified electors. I some concerning 19:13.: Yours In Eph. 4:16.W. : Hii. IRr'h __ __ ___ 224.25lietrict ,
,III' of Santa Rosa. According to the I Major 'lu'IM s"' tihail. ,
of Bradford county. Nothing In I Jo;. Daugherty Fob. 1. 11429 ______1204.USItecHptH
the allegations In the bill Roberts No school board supervising 1. Instrumental must rlurlnMT, month __ .
AniotiB) the new measures drop- act would be deemed or held when fourteen or muslcul S UiiriantH durlnir., month _u___ 11.(1 "

led ,ill, the house ]hopper was aLI to make the road a part of the years of age, wasconvlt'ted I principal, or city school SUllel'lntE'ndent Instruments are of God. See I.Wss.sn: : Ill S< II Jol: )l'S Hal. March 1. 11129 ___.u__ 732.41 f91./5 i-; .
of murder and sentenced under bill by of'I I Chrou. 1642 Hev. 15:1-3. There- Illntrlrt >o. T -Ini
state first a Turner : -
Palm
of Beach
Oliver re- or second preferential I
I i\, to life.: He I. Feb. 1. 1I2'J! ._ 21" 'Pitecelpis 0..1 .
| insurance companies to highway systems. entered the prisonfarm Cllchrlat: would' be permitted to tore It Is from heaven and not of Beginning Sunday Apr'l: 2 1 at, (ditt-hiK month .u__ 7.00 ;.
",iiiuiu; July 29, 1017. On December -'I appoint! teachers Senboard Hallway schedules for WntrnntM uurlnir month ___ 1M.'.'' '
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] as principals men. !
,, ,"uiii-rs, of ulolen automobiles Hal. I. 1(429( 207.97lilHirlct
15 1922 he Mlrt --- ---
for every mile the car Nearly; half was opl"l'atellupon I whose qualification to teach Is predicated 2. Instrumental!' music was Starke were posted as follows: .S .f' I
ell ,' "iits I of the new bills for Pal. Keh. __ .. '
appendicitis Dr. J. L. Chalker 1. IHZ'i 18.16 ,1'
|, driM'ii, during the period of Its Thursday were general measures 'it I upon a certificate from another commanded Into the worship of Soul htiou) ml dnrlnic monthWnnnntH .--- ;'t''t'n..I.I. '
also would be with prison physician is alleged elate until they have taughtat Cod by God Himself through It's No.; --( Local ) 11:19: p. m. d".IIM, month f oolluI. ., r'
1t, d They perhaps the most Importantbill that u pair of forcepts left I '. I I ... 17.16 '
d ,ti,, i 1'.1\' the owner $10 requlr-I that by Senator A. ]H. Wagg lu Roberts' were least one year In Florida irophets. See II Chron. 29!) : 25. No.; 11--( Loral ) 11:23 a. m. 1..dl IM.'lrtr :!>. IIPal. }. "

dispossessed Intestines followingthe schools. devolves upon those who oppose No. 107Limited( ) 1:19: p. m. Feb. 1. Iit2'l' ._ 85.HO 'I I"" r
II", \ ure of the Thirty-fifth district UecplptH. during, month '
a I I proposing operation and that tl r
they
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Its use to produce chapter and No. 191 --'-iLimited! ) 10:34: p. 111. ,,
I II, ipuson of th eft. to exempt the state and allfflflW \vriIIIHH ilnrlnir month ____ 75.00 '
,1" removed by another operation performed verses showing when, where and \oil lilxxi nil I Hal. Murcb I. I HUH iu.u>JIllntrlit '. "
Teague of Franklin takes
a
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March 13. 1927 in the rap at "fly by night" publlcnt'ons: by whom It was commanded out.l. No.; 2-( Local ) 5:35: a. in. nl. Feb. I. l 1142:4! I. 424 f> "'( ',

1'B> said Tampa the municipal hospital.] It is In li.ls bill prohibiting; candidates :l. 1wa commended of' God! No.; 1 2- ((1.01'111)) 315: \ p. in. 'ItecelptH:(iII,i',!:,0tH durlnir durlnir I month:mnnth, -= HO.75.1,50: f '

patient, who Is married advertisIng in In the temple worship. 2 Chron. No.; 108-( Limited) 5:41: p. rn'aInhlee Hal. Man t. 192(4 l ;..oIHHlrlit 1
; How and has two children Buffered ex- any newspaper except \<>. : : :1'
5:13-14. It is to those who ItnUichNo. I "
/ Play those in existence: and having : up) (Overdraft Feb. 1 11129 7S.3B ,
s & crulutlng PU'IIH during the years 101 Leaves Starke 9 ltc .
a postal permit as second class oppose) It, to show where God. a. m. <-pptH| dnrlntr month 1H22 .

between operations and was un- matter, at least six mouths priorto ChrlHt or any of the apostles) ever, I No.; 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. WI""III." i .llrlnl 1 1.month 1029 I 154 (440' '
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BRIDGE able :1.i
to perform kind of work.
any ,,
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anywhere, or under any circumstances m. IIIMIMI-t 5 14
election date. for violation
Penalty t4vrii'qft, -
l-'eh. 1 I. I I'lai KillItecelptH .1.I, "
01 / of the act is fixed at $25 or condemned its use In connection Itlue HUM Lines 'durlnir mnnth ___ 2420 'I) "
Senator Howell Panama Northbound 5:10 8:53a. Warrantn diirlnir, month __ 11IO60' .. '
City with the true worshp! of : a. m., : h
Ir'V SerieTmswdj $300. March I, t( ____ 247.12 '
and Senator Council( Carrabelle Cod Chapter and verse please. m., 1:58: p. m, 5:18: p. m., 8:58p. : UV"'dl'lr IHHtriri "1121. .1 -.

Wynne Ferguson ottered[ a plan In contrast to one 4. It was prophesied that Instrumental m. Oveidraft Fel 1. I III2'I .._ .. GB0.21# r" ,'"
L1'' Young's bill providing )punishment HccolptH ilnrlnumonth _____ 4 M ,
Author of "PRACTICAL of[ the administration tax bills. for the "ltIt! and run" auto- music would be used in I Southbound-9:37: : a. m., 12:07p. : Wll..ul. ""1'111 month ____ 1 f .I I .

.. AUCTION BRIDGE" for the distribution! of the five mobile driver yesterday was pass the New Testament church. Proof 1 m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. : l ,""clurt 1, \1921. ____ 676.67IHMrlel I

1925. by llo)'le, Jr. --- -= z Nopyrti ent gasoline tax as follows: Two ed by the senate without a dissent- 2nd Sa.. 22:49-50: ; Psalms 45:8: m. Ovlr..f Feb. 1. |11'1'1'! > ______ 32" "" >c,,,,'

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month _
cents to the state road department ing voice. The vote was thlrty- n. V., 37:7: 98:2-6.: 49:1: 4 ; S WIIIII.. ,dnrinir, month ____ 1.30 ,.

; one halt rent equally among five to nothing.An Splams 149:1-4.: And In Col. 3:10.: A $100.000 corporation was lvlI'drlf March 1, 1929 _n_ 33187 "
ARTICLE No. 30 l>Ulrli-l \ ill
n.
formed few Fort
a days at
counties for lateral roads: one and Paul says "Teach and admonish ago ni I. Feb. 1. 19211( .__________ 11433 ".L,
One of th" (points upon which nuthoric9 !- cannot win a trick in the suit. one[ half cents to counties to pay extra two cents a gallon tax In Psalms." If the Pslams of David Myers to construct a 100-room resort U..III., d..lnl month _____ ". I j
disagree IS concerning; the card of a There is bonded Indebtedness if If hotel on the San Carlos I property dlr'1' month -____ 145.00
.
no object in leading tlis : any; on gas Is proposed the Fullertonbill were meant, who dare say what Overdraft 1. 1929! ____ 21.J/
artncr's declared Suit which should lie lowest or fourth-best unless the highest none the fund would go to the Psalms Paul refers to? which was originally developed lllHtrlcl %i 17
d when an opponent has secured the card is the jack better. as well as lu rents a gallon In 1925. I K. Stevens ofFort Ov'rc"lr" Feb. I: i III21I:i _. 21 13.5.1 i
or Perhaps i road department for the construction Now what? Turn and read Psalm Henry diirlnir _.. 22 1.63 'f" \
.:ml l declaration. An adage coined for some wonder on lubricating ols: and two centsa I'l..I'I, .onlh )
the
may why
jack New I.
nuv: and maintenance of ) Myers and York was dl..III0 month _
s by some person unknown is. "Al- be of value. In these days when original county gallon on kerosene. Fullertop. 1504.: Thus we see that Instrumental Hal. Man'l I, !) _. __._ 7.80Overdraft :," ,

,iavi loail, the highest of your partner's bids are made on A, K, x, x, the follo'inK ,,-- roads and one cent to counties admitted that Ms measure was : music was endorsed by elected president of the new organization Ii.Irk't "o. ..
jit This means that where Z deals for educational which will ho known f'.h. 1. 192(4( __ 2i: .98ItecolfitH
situation purposes.
often will where Z Paul. Therefore bring on your '
occur drawn and Introduced "as a uubEtltute ( month R4.inWarinntH
ml 1 bids "One heart, A sass "One bids! "One heart" and A "One no- harps organs and pipes and let's as t he San Carlos I Hotel ('urn pa uty. month _u u_ 532.75
.ale< ". und all pass Y (Z's partner) trump." The hearts be in the event the house committee A stock subscription was startedwllh Overdraft 1Irlll 1. 1929 ____ 786.J8 : J
noulil lead his highest heart. rhere is may Among tile measures approved withdraws Its bill to compel play and s'ng: / just as the word I 1 hereby certify mat tin- IOIIKUIIIKHtatement .
J,9,5,3 )FortMyers
uicli wisdom in this, for it enables Z, was a house bill providing: for the collection of state ad valorem tax Paul used allows us to do. Head t twenty-live merchants and prominent business MhlWIl1( ,Imlancen' at of thnuioiith t luihoirlniilntr )
11"
/ men
hell Duinivjy's) ) hand "oes down on the : Y : acquisition of lands In Dado, Collier on automobiles." Humors of theadmlnilltration's also I Cor. 1411.: h..11 ahove ".n.llnl. and of '4
,ibli', to( see where the remaining high and Monroe Minor KIM-IK backing It and heading' / the list. the recelptH and warrantn (HHUeddurlnir ,
Q counties
: 10,6,2 i An : 8 for the plan to wthdraw: .
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in his lip. --- Hald mnnth. < '' rcnponflH' wllh I I _
stilt
ucla The
player \\liollousthis : Z : purpose of conveying to the United the liceiusetax. measure have been Let us now set forth some minor the r"l'lrd. of my office, and IH true I
) adage will I not go far wrong| Mulberry -- Local 1 plant of and correct to t Ilia hcMt of ill)' knowledirn I-
facts.
ut if IOU desire to be in the highest A, K, 7.4 States; for a national park. current throughout the week and Hcrldu. Citrus i t 1 Products Corporation )\ ii,nil belief.. : I also. ," "'llfY that .
1. Instrumental music aids. or the fnllowliiK IH a lint of all countyilipoxltorleH
I o' there is Fullerton estimates his bill will
'I bridge players an cx- In the above if Y leads his jackA operating at capacity.Fruit HhowInK I the halatico In '
ePllon to it. lone New legislation Included u. b'llby : yield( approximately 6500000. "helpi.[ : vocal music, and as such I I .
cannot more than two tricks in i Produce! Company ofFlorida ea' h at I tbe cloMu of the month t hereIn ,

Th i. a-eption( is that if an opponent hearts; \\whereas if Y opens ith t the Senator's Johns( Starke and )Kntorcoil payment of motor car ad lis. therefore, scriptural. See ICor. 1 1 will erect large grapefruitcannery hInt ntatcd, nil,, the anmnnl,, .ofKtcnilty

.., cured(" the declaration "No-; ; three and Z puts on his king and r-- You us, Vero Beach seeking tp re valorem taxes as embraced In 12:28: and Acts 27:17.: at Winter i Haven. I I f".nl..II"ul.1 Ih. 1Illnl,,liy each of MI'h I 111..r..t I do 't

imp and if of your partner's unit turns a small one A has only ore) I novo .from preferential rond system Governor Carlton's tax reform program 2. There Is not a Chapter or 111..101'Y.) cn-illtfd I dIU'II,1|, |I nald 'month 'i '
i pI ii huefour or more cards headed by { ,Maid on attonntnf .
possible trick out o four in the suit. ,
the section of the Cult Coast \crce, sentence: or syllable In the .
estimated ,
i ackor higher card, you should lead Against a suit declaration there was to yield 'u'r.nl dally ImlanceH 01 tlmVIIIU < .

jr lourth-hcht. Take this case: Z bid be occasions upon which it is not may wise highway between Panama City and around $0,000,000, further indicating New Testament. that specifically\ ,(1'1'11'1" ii.tlisIt. \ i :5.>HH my hand this 2Sth day ofll'Ch ,''

One heart"; A, "One no-trump;" andII to lead, your partner's suit especially Damp Walton. A request by Sen. / that the Fullerton bill: was impllcltely, or even remotely authorizes M 1929. : .

pass The hearts lie as follows: if his is a "second call"\ and you holdthe Young that the bill be placed on dropped<1 Into the house hopper tore anyone to make instrumental -II Hiailfuril I In i the. ('nil County it t if, On Florida.In i County' i J Uil'gt', County A.Supei.1. ( ,'HI"FHI."1. t

K,7,4,2 ace. lie may have bid from Q, J, the calendar without referentta 11, nee the governor's auto tax music a basis, or "lest" of lie I tie l-.MlnlrH: "f I I'nvlil' I'lefHOl'I 1- __ __ .____ <, I

x, x, x, with the dedarcr holding the church Mitt-hell I. and I'hiu-li'M AIIKUHIUHMIHhell i .
denied Christian
after or fellowship.
was objection by Sen.
It TO 111Sealed
measure. I, Mlix.iM.ollcr o'I'ia: TCt (UN'lll
Y _
: : king. But if you decide to lead<1 the suit Anderson Greensboro.A Therefore those who make Its \ I.... tiitliiirtlr' l.> Nell U."I''I :
Q,9S, : An : 8 against a suit bid, there is nothing like 1..1"1.: > i>If Minor* -- I
: Z : the same \alue in leading the lowest of Senator Anderson's bill tn fix use an occasion for staying/ away '1'0 l WHOM 1'1'1.1.1 .\ V ,1iiN, .;"'KIIN: : t the I Hoatd 111.I "wil. be r..c..lv..0 by"- ,
'rl..t.
toll road from Jennings I i'orn the house of God anil a N'ollne\ IH lierchy" iclvt-n thnt I hounilctrHlMrned ) "
four as there is against a "no.trump"dc'laration. the fees of county surveyors at foid (Ciuintv Florida at the olllcoof
I luaidlan of I .
(I t Hiepeimin
IIH _ _
A, J, 10, 6, 3 Do it if 1 llam'lton: the jtrouiid/ of division sinners In : : : : \ ;: : I the ""l..t"i oC the board at
like are
you and no county, near Georgia $100 passed 28 to 0, while a bill .. and eHliileH of I tho tiliove. HtniUc. ",) 10 o'iloi a. i _ _
-- 101" .nll ,
harm is likely to accrue. But if you ho'd' state line through the state to by Senator Knabb, of the Twenty- I tne runt or doers woru. Jolt ii IT : muni-el" mlnorx will I nil 'I"If.vIIIV 't I iflof Ii, 0.11. nt I hatthu.

fly f u d.in tlitking this; case!:, A open is bound! with his to make highest a the four ace of ,your against partner's a suit suit declaration, headed ,1\of' Fort Myers via Tampa or St. Petersburg ninth district, relating to Confederate 2123 ; I Cor. 1:10: ibm 81.: !) 16 : I (ap tuna lardlneiI'otintv: :|,1v I A.to;, Pori."Juno I :lonora.ludifi 21th: ::I.\IJ.* i In unil,',,IC 1 1020 fur1Hriidforil .1., 'I I I nml': "irnilililnir pnhlUly,:' : I the: I21 fullonlnir, : ,' eleitring i-oail! : : InHrndford ?,4..'I ,

rut ,hearts with a branch from Jacksonville and fixing the 17. Jude 19 and Rev. 22:18.: ( countytItoad
but if pension
Y leads
: his lowest an opponent and decide to l IUlld ( 011111 i Y. l-'lorlilii, ut HIM 1 N'o. 28
you Itoml
No.6 1 from byllnll'H ;
-.hunttig four), Z takes the first trick the suit play the ace. The declarer to Miami and ]Key West amount of pension at $50 a month I 3. There Is not a chapter or Ci..,, In I ll itt county, courthoiiHn. ..or-I, and,, OtllllH, ti" It'iad No. .K. i _

mh the ace, leacW: the jack and A may have a singleton:; king. uul from Jacksonville to lalnes- )passed 30 to4Successfully verse In the New; testament; that .1 Hturke.fl'r1M, Klot t Ih..Ida tnattiran,,, or I IIH HOOII he IH t iuu'/ 1'h. total quantity nf the ItrmH that ,

trllle. Is proposed In a bill intro- pacifically expllclty, or Irnpllc-\ f.ua.. ill hnrflv In ....II|| nt pilvate pioiiciHiiN ar"ami denlred. ui-u.ilii.ir are" us folOw., : t I
all the title nml,., Interent Ch.IU'111
right
Answer to Problem No. 31 luced by Hep. W.' IJ. Cam Marlon\ : )) blocking attemptsto Itely teaches that the use of Instrumental the aliovw. named tnlnorH In mid "I"I All to be done In accordance, _

Hearts -.5.2 C ounty. The bill would authorize br.'nK: about a final vote on the music as an aid in hut land(-eilaln" nil I triii-t, piece anil or panelof In I, \'k II" plan ami InMriicllonH, ji jiwith
unto, lyliiic holnir
Clubs 4. 2 construction' of the road by the third of a series of administration singing is a sin, or Is sinful. Not irilntke, llritilfonl' <>onnly. i h'lorliln' "uSe'l' of' "I s, and county.profioHal, 1 and' contract I ;J '

Iiamonds-QJ 8. 6 Plorlda Toll Hoad one! nml mora parllcul.it d...ncrlbt-d. I uuI 1"Idrur"
Corporation! and tax measures, the bitterly fightIng The 'IIhl re"'rvo to reject annnd / I
Spades- K::. 9. 7. 6. 2 I I fnllowH tii-w-lt : all .
:he company would be required to And In order to stimulate scriptural ) I Iti-Klnnlnir for HtartlnK, at .I.
':carts Q, 7. 6. 4 Hearts A to8) minority faction In the house n point I I'luiiH, and, """,'II'ntlonn mny bnx
tth I Soiilhwent I "-"I'II".r i t thnt4>,rtalit i I
i '
;"1,, A, 7. J : Y : CI"h O. 10, SIdflioflti5 build two hundred miles of road of representatives 'kept the b'll Investigation and research on j 'l-lock., trnt-t. ,plcc-p. enpancl I of land'Hltiiale. of.el the, flI,.. 1111'. (rku, FlorldA.. Hei-retary" 1F

:) 5.3 : A B : Diamond-1 before 1933, or forfeit the fran- on the floor for the fourth consecutive thin subject I will say right here, lylnic, ami helnic, In "Htark**, Il :HIl. .MATTIIIJWS I l : '

p.idesQ. 10 5,4 Z A 3hearts shlse. A toll ot two cents that I will will $ lOll In cash I| Mradford. county, KlorKla. wlilrli ail 1. Chairman. (
: : 'pades J, 8. per day through Introduction of ; pay I block pfpc-e. or jiart-vl I of .land IHhounded ( it. FIITCH.

nile. per person for more than amendments and 1 at ,the clone Of for the chapter und verse that on the l-iiiHt: hy Kay or "HnnileiH J..I.r' ___ 635t531OT1
Hli-eet and I thu "$ t h hy
mi oil
3
K. J.
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Lwenty-nve miles of travel, or fifty the Monday afternoon session today teaches Its use IH a sin. Call ",. and on I tho Wt-Kt hv llroaitway \ <"KIn .'p,'
Clubs S 6
K. J. 9. :,ents for less than twenty-live a member of the minorityagain My good hut misguided antl- 'I Htrcut and on the North hyHliHft I -
Diamonds A. 10. 9. 4. 2 .nd. from' t the "al 1.1 l "HoiithwiHt.comer '
Spades none tnllen of travel, The road must held the floor. Although conceding organ brother, produce the verso :J of nald hloi-k, 1 plern or parcfl Circuit Cotut Twenty-Sixth Judicial -
of land, I h" 1-iaHt: I 105: firtaloHMT Circuit in"'ml ford 'minty, _ _
be work of division
constructed under sinful
ht supervision cr stop your "
final that have
bid is four hearts IlV n. hich I four dub, to the kin,' betc.a they little hopes lh North JInu of Nald Cult Florida.I.
.. ix-fn doubted by- Z.--The' -opening -- At-the tenth,trick i ,"lf i.uIIl'ad{;; : t'ie >,C the state road department and of defeating the bill, m'nqrlty over an ()ll nolit,, auul come on Rtravl : thein-H. North I 174 feet; I thence I I. IJ. 'TlioinpHon.C'omplalnant..

ad l l by Z was the ace of diamonds, queen of clubs which Z is forced to han contain no grade crossings of leaders indicated that they would) and worship God with us In the North Kant: I 10:1 line: fevl of; Hiild thxncn South street to it's 174i VH. / '

,"lowed by the deuce. B won this trick cover with the king. A should refuse railroads or other state roads, the seek a compromise on the next bill realm of faith. i .. ihfiKov) "iit jt {"ul. i the North Maffcaiet' TbompHitrt, ,
1 ith the king and the problem is: I low to play the ace. Therefore Z is in the i, titus tit II Mi-pet 103 feet t, be-j finfenda flt. 'J I
Jill provides. 4. Music nether: vocal or Instrumental I: : t Jn I. : I _
in the series, which! distribution nflldavlt attached I
concerns by
>n B no play.the hand<1 that he can lead and is forced to lead a low club. i ItiK it .i I I NorthwttHt i ti|iiuil, I*>r'I : ::
go of the is necessary to salvaIon ( u of the "Hnul, hwent iuartt-r | IIIm'K'1 the 1 aliove CIIIIHH, lint
Wf against any defense? A should play low and I n! isthusenabled I gasoline tax money (H\Vt/i ) of Met'l, lout 'i'wenty-elw"t, I .: Mariraret 'h".on t _
!Dilution/ : After taking the second to win the trick with the ten of clubs. The measure by Sen. \V. D. Hell I and if falling to accomplish ( or to true and acceptable: : !''tMtif.I i 4 25 l TowiiHhlli Six Hoith,1, I Ii* of u state 01 hcrU'1 the state ntFlorlili il4 I,

'irk with: the king of diamonds, B The ace of clubs and a trump win the if, the Twenty-seventh district, relating this purpose Miey will wage the wcrshlp. Therefore we may use .ItaMKe-'I 22 Kant, lu-rnrdinif to the ;' : ; cteorirla I I Kilxaheth thatthern 'j 1111
|t"t>or'lH f 1trcI to r.I HtreetVayrroHH ;
c> c-ounty
louW play, the are and ten of hearts next two tricks. All that A U have lost L to the cutting off of earsr I bitterest fight of the session: on both or neither. and yet. worship 1"I..rl.l.l.l no ,..r"on In the Mate of

wing l to win the second heart trick are one diamond one heart and one o, heads of animals before the animals the measure. Cod acceptably and no mistake I| liateil: thin 17th lily of May, A. D.Hlm J."oll.I.. known to nfllant.( s"rvlc" of f _ _
ith the l : .,. proceHM II"n whom would bind the
king. Z's bent this club trick.
omt play at are dressed passed by a vote 5. There Is not a single verse In MITCIIKKU, I : i I' .aid' defendant tn thin malt for dlVOI'ce. ff4f _ _
is the jack of hearts which B If Z had held three clubs and one .
,
,
lould ll\'ln in A's hand witji) the queen. diamond at the completion of the ninth if, 28 to 0, without discussion. The The house so far has taken no the New Testament that prescribes, AH I David Plfi-Hon the:i I KxtHI: I I anil'CharleM of 1T |iii rn OIIDKKEOthat _

\\Ihoulol,| now lead the queen of spades, trick it would have been of no value enate also voted unanimously action on the green fruit bill, already commands andordalns.e. that we AUCU..IUMlll'I"I.llh'hpl ( HIIId non-reHldent, defendant, beand

--inch y should cover. B should win for 13 would still have led the queen of 3 il to 0, for passage! of a bill liitro- passed by the senate. The must sing when -we meet to wor- I J A M KH ;;.t'"nUNCI t. I :n.I..r... June to the. hil. 1'In 9.thin otherwlH CHUMP.mi *. s

in trick with the ace and lead back clubs. Z would be forced to win this d aced( by Sen. Pat Whltaker of latter body on the other hand, sh'p! God. i l attorney. for IUII'llln2f.6t.62t, the BlIeKatloiiH. of ... bill wil bw

1e As trey of spades winning the tricki trick as before and l, if he led a club, the t he Thirty-fourth district, to makehe has not yet given consideration to 6. There Is not a passage In I t"kpl I.Ft'KTIIKIl r'onf..d: "IlIln..t:' : thnt i 4
i hand with the ten of spades. A result would be the same. If he should CI.KIIK'I REPoRT: (11. 't'I.
sheriffs of tile ibIs I weekfrir
counties of Flor- the New Testament that commandsor ;
'\lould the Everglades flood control and nolI'. 1"bl.,0 ..c. .
now lead the four of spades and lead a diamond, B would trump! in A's .. .. w..k. In I.dI'k _
i must win da, custodians of seized liquor In- drainage measures which the clearly Implies congregational Tleport of the furd t'onnty' ph. .
the next two spade tricks hand with the last trump and discard a Clork of Circuit !"rra 11 _
,
Mtn' the jack eight of spades. Z in the club from his own hand. In any event, tead of the clerks of the circuit house approved sometime ago. singing. It so produce it. Court I-Ilurlda." In on and MCCOI for",Bradford n( Taxes County assess-, '. Florida.WITNKSH" Ih. hand of O. W. AN _

'mtime has been forced to make four therefore A B must score four odd. It c ourt. An elaborate system of record Congregational singing, or vocal for the year 1929. dl.n. (' nr\J the Neal of this _
"tarcl. He discard three is instructive hand note the planof is I .r C. A. Knlirht. tax rnllnctor. "Oln. 4 Ihl. the 2ith day of ; _
can safely, an so keeping provided by the Several racing and parl-mutuel music, as used today la as much ani|I \prla

lamonds, and one club so. that at the play very carefully. neasure. wagering/; bills have emerged from Innovation, and departure from i iaspostollc C' ,nn>v Kin. May IU2U. l. 121.n.. W. A7.nKHMANHMAI. _
OmOlelion. nr. .i t-._ ft..:._..i.. .:_1. '7 L'A. "i ; ( : .) Clerk circuit .
--- "'0; I Lu II ....... .. &IJIUa I ... committee rooms with favorable music as our "anti"brethren To bL due .\p1, ll.02fl.9H (ourt ,!
Hy m.ANCHK : I
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Hy anit, I I..s 1.IJHlJN.
Answer to Problem No. 13 One general measure was killedy reports and now occupy ]leading regard our use of the To lull 01"1..1). .10. 1929 D.770.0H o."t I Hollcltor A. 'H. (for WH.( : _________

I..- Hearts A 9Clubs b Indefinite postponement by the positions on the calendar In both I 0 rga ii. To ha I. du.U Apr.olsts.lini 1. 194:1: 4-tlO.TI I ) -_'u"plaln.nt.5.3.5t5- :
.. mate by a vote of 22 to 10. The chambers. Their sponsors were 7. Wherever instrumental HT stat. collectpil ._ .___ 602.7/( !
K. 10, 4 0 ImL due Apr. 30. I 'u'rH'.: I
b illl would have provided a changef reluctant the sic In the BIble is 12' In ',,
Diamonds A to predict time of mU-1 Ilitnd soil Circuit ( urt, Hradford CuunIV I .i I,
.
111. '
Spades 7 > the laws governing; the qualification their appearance on the floor or Is the music of revelry. To h,'. duo '\u'r. I, 1U2D _ne..1".367.21 U.C.Plorldu. In Chancery.
1'owell
Hy pollec-teil ( I _
eartsQ_ 8 Hearts 15, 4 c of voters In the state to their legislative fate. 8. Whereever music Is spoken To l.LI.t... due Apr. 04). \192 7.712.7: Complainant.' ht

lubs- Q 7 ., Y : Club. 5. 3. 2 e eliminate from the oath tho pro- of In connection with the praise ('uun'" llnlltllaiK .60.17.1 VH. Ii _
amonds 9 : Diamonds J Jz Kp.d bn I. d II" Apr I i,1fl..T"Hy Klla: i'arker, widow, *t al. :
7 A n : isbn requiring/ the voter to state Another task confronting ]legislators or worship of God it Is ('ommt>nd- .nmt. oollei-teil __lal___ __ 125.70 I llrfenilantli. _
s- 9 : j n
: Spades -J vlth which party he voted ut the approval of the ed. To lull' due Apr. 30. 1924 ii77.ua .I nppearlnir, by iutfiuiauit append .
was general i fount? Mi-h l-f.rmrrml I ITo ed Ii. I lh> hil j thou| | d In the above _

Hearts J. 10. 3 ItClubs tat preceding election.Establishment appropriations bill which luabeen nlalnnnt that Kimtl
Itr rollecttiil I Parker. Ida I
a.Aia.Hii I : \
undergoing careful analysisby I in heaven by the will of MaeVatHon
J I To Hal. due .-13,640.131 Maud Dennett. John .
Diamonds Q. 3 of a special fund a Joint committee for the past Clod: of course, or they wouldn't (' 'IOi.; I1 I ITo J.ln.1 and A. W. SepluH. IH a. "0"-. I ,

!Sndp-r---- -to- (n the state treasury fur use of the I two weeks. This measure making I be there. See !Itev. 15 : 1-3. I Hy lial.amt.ilue collected I'% I : T05.OO 4.tin:: the of uddrenn the Btnte nt, nelh.r'of 1"4trI4ithat of .mild' -

Florida' board of forestry was pro- provisions for.* state expenses for 1.0. Jesus who came to "revealthe '1'1 bill due Apr 30. 1924 741.00Toll. ,1..rpnd.ll. nrl hil aftiii,
'i3l11nnds is in should l tead the trey of hearts anJ.if upon dlllirent ,Is a1.
are trumps and Z the now I Malehi.-iISuii. I In'III..v h. un-
ad I low 1)osed In a senate bill by Senator I the com'ng biennium was expected Father, taught us to pray; atis> \ to aHcertaln I h.lr that
can Y Z win all of the tricks A plays the eight Y should win with I Tn 1>iiI. due Apr. 1 I. 1929! 21.1168.65Ir each .dlr" I
*aIr F'utch Leesburg. The fund would be the last "Thy will be done earth It I t. illnt ,il ; they are "v..r tW'Ily."n. ..
'I .ny defense? the nine of hearts. Y should( now lead I Ie to among taken up on as !! i : .IH4.ni "f age; that there IH no .r.
la V
'I due :"!"). I 11)21 '
'hould lead the jack of clubs which the king of clubs on which Z should b, composed of all license and oc- before the close of the regular ses. Is in heaven." Matt, 6 : 10. r Apr. l ,S6l.5l'Aicrlcullnrnl the "state of Plorldu l.er"ln to him.

t '0111'' over with, the queen or r.ot. discard( the ten of spades. Y should now CI upatlonal taxes levied on forest I sion. And when we. use instrumental I Tri Iml. due Apr. I, I'JfJ' I.102.70llyaint. J service would bind of a either nubpoonn.of said upon' whom '

I. ,' ippose A covers with the queen lead( the seven of spades and Z should\ I Ir ndustrles.. Included In this cate- 1 mus.c In praising and worshipingGod To I bal .due colleuteil, Apr SO. 977.01 p 125.till1,I nOte. defend .. i'll

"11 V should win the trick with trump with the three of diamonds. Z ;'(ory are naval itores plants lum- Both senate and house have : on earth. we are doing His \V lilow-: ; .,I Z1''un' |, that.IT the w TlrnFOnE: nnDT'nNf. 1i
of clubs and lead back the ten leads the jack of hearts, winning in"s 19b' To hnl. due "%, I. i.in7i I.
I [ Ida
I Mae
on which Z should discard the hand with the ace. Y leads the ten of yards barrel, crate and pencil kept abreast of legislation on local will on earth as It Is done In' 'Hv amt cnllecteil 125.89 'lrker. John \on. Maude iien55" a Ii

J1 o>' ides Y should now lead the clubs, which Z trumps with the queen t actorles and saw mills. calendars, BO that few measured heaven and thus we. are answer- To bal. tn"P Aiir.lll.llr 1 1. ltS9 Fund_ 91.Ul1, '. M.. II". fl..n.tt they anU A. 1 :

n! ? spade which Z should trump of> diamonds. A being forced to pIty .a I of this character awaited disposition ing the prayer that our saviour Fly amt. eohiseti. 12'Sft9' :'to nrc I the hereby Idll I n rulr"1 I!In| 1.1 l", pa..1 '. ii I,,
itk t II of should diamond also. Y's ace of diamonds will Governor Carlton Saturday wav- taught His to :Ti> ),nI. due Apr 1, I 1029 1,104.71 1.,1 caiiuf on or
j i trey diamonds. Z i at remaining local ses disciples pray. To bal. line % 1. IH39 b"flr. Monday. June 3rd mi. oth- .j
Wl Ie pr ,
1 u ackof hearts and whether then win the last trick. atc (I the b'gUck of an extra sea- sions. 11. Proposition. Jlesolved l>nli-.rh.,,.l llonilcil 97.11// .'l'rwIee' lie the taken allegations of said bil

In rO\it" with the queen or not, Y must ( ) Suppose at trick two on Z s lean on threat over- the heads of mem- that the scriptures teach that the ;T. lull due Apr. I, tV'/'J _.11.11 j wil" ..rpn.IIII.an confessed by ..: t 4
the of the of hearts, A plays the queen' My amt. (' in
next for Z's 01"141 HI.4Ij : '
two heart tricks trey
-Iv of.hearts enables him to duck of hearts. Y should win the trick with, bt era of the legislature as be ex- Watermelon plantings In central use of Instrumental music as an I To bal. F'4.,AI". ... 1929. .. 10.UO.II,| i iTo lhl' 11.1..0 be publlntied OHDErsED.once a week that .1 4 1

"VT nine spot. Y should now lead the ace, and lead the king of clubs!, on reseed his keen displeasure! at the Florida show approximately aid In singing God's praises In. Iml. Apr. I.0 19J..r.I.u.' .i j 1 Ilradrord I for f.ur ''I't'HIIYE week In the II (

) .Krof club which should trump which Z should discard the ten of s enate filibuster which has blockI 25 per cent Increase over last Christian worship Is a sin: Thlsjj i !My amt. vollei'teil .. 4.411.89/1/ er C'olnty In Telegraph Utarke, Iiradtorui a news. .,
,lIlt To bal. due Apr. :|D, 1021 .IIHiK.no puhlMh"d I
.
.: 7e. !queen of diamonds A playing spades. Y should then lead the ace of passage of the administration year, according to information received In what our "anti" brethren most O. W. Clerk. t:"lntr. .: the. .neat p.
e of .D.llAN. of this
nine
the
nd5 his diamonds. Y'. ace of dia- diamonds and follow with ax reform program. Calling at-i, at Leeaburg by Atlantic positively affirm In their preach- By Ilanc" 1>. C. ,, th. name .of u W. Alderman.court a. I g
hand
K must win the last trick, thus hearts. winning the trick in Z entlon, to the statutes which em- Coast Line railway. ing, and which I most positively I.I..k of ('ourt. this the 2th day uf t
ve thus them with the ten spot. Z should lead the COI: \'p'y tt I'HII: I \'r.:.U.:\,. J tprIi. .,. D. J9SFAM \ :
i i\)\ won all. of diamonds and his jock of ', wer him to call 20-ray extraor-, Mt.\ Dora-- Three local hotels to deny. Who of them will affirm It !o"'rll.' 3.-I. "I" s I. si' t'l'l.. : w Ai.flSR3fA' .
Lu'u"Pose I'
A the 4
Lh of fFlub, Y must refuses also to play cover a low queen hearts is then good. dl!nary sessions at one day inter-1, be enlarged and remodeled thissummer. In honorable controversy? >'|' ''100'. IMUt I ( OrANHF Clerk ALf circuit IUIAN.Court D, c '

I Bowing Z to win the trick. Z J Lis, the governor to "! i Conclusion. We have found four Far Bradford County tor the i Illl'l'A. 'H, (eu Complainant. 5-J-J t-B-31 i

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PAGE EIGHT: imADFOKD COUNTY TEJ GRAPJI. RTAnRE. FLORIDA 'JUD.\Y. MAY\ ::1,,
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Saturday. The PaRAGraphers I the legislature could do at this tion, we note a bill Introduced by MIXED t'l IN TWO IS'IIrgy:

Bradford County Telegraph League Is the tun making bunchof session There won't be any minority Sen. Johns, which, to our notion,

.t I From Other Pens 1 1I the newspaper people of the nominations In future for comes nearer expressing the will Gainesville May 20 \, "d.ut I '

Established 1877 state They have an "annual meet- which we should all be thankful. of the people with regard: to this 10:30: a. m., yesterday M I,
I I Ing" every three months. The --Ocula Star. subject than any measure yet pre Collins I I'
M accompanied ,
; I next meeting ,wll, ) be at Winter -n--- sented. Mr. Johns' bill would i It n"""*
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class And It Is even hard to a Garden In July the next In Lees- The people of South Georgia abolish the offices of Hotel Com- young children in makin, 11'"

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida place to park In Winter I'ark- burg-the birthday meet and two have built a high spite fence missioner, Shell Fish Commissioner from Alabama street! t in i I"" ,' '

Times-Union. And equally hardto years old-In November and then' against the people of North FlorIda Game and f'rellhValer Fish residence In Pine Park n ",,:, :'

: E. S. Matthews ,_ _____________ _____Owner and Publisher 1 find a garden In Winter Garden we expect them to come to the in the shape of a heavy tax on Commissioner, Tax Initializer and by a Ford touring car <"i 'I"

-1. C. Robinson..__..______--______________ ;Managing Editor -o- Venice of the South In January produce that the North Floridians Motor Vehicle Commissioner on Ivy Varnes of Starke v I >,I.
Paradlsa Lost la In the upper next. Tarpon Springs: Leader. desire to take across (the state line June 30 empowerng: time Governor tins had held her hand '
"'
-- part of this state.-Palmetto News, 1 -- and sell to their: Georgia neighbors to re-establish tinea offices if he make the turn but her s ,

c; SUBSCRIPTION RATE Sure, South Florida lost It.- The Times-Union points out that and the Florida legislature deems them necessary; also to not observed by the car ill, ,"H hI'
t 1 has retaliated by a heavier tax permanently abolish the office of Varnea who smashed lnti,
but
Starke Telegraph. Maybe ao. I
.51.50[ Six Months, 73c: -Payable in Advance Xylotrthdroglutharic acid Is made 11,1','
Yearly ;
we regained It.-Palmetto New on the South Georgians who wantto Hotel Commissioner and vest Its screams of the children i ,
irom shells. Say are you dlt
Advertising Rates on Application. ---0-- peanut sell to North Florida.( Hoth powers in the State Board of out many, but fortunai.."l ,.
serious: or l Is that a pi line.-Sanford "
F In this super-Bpeed age a man Herald. Looks more to us taxes are unconstitutional. No Health; also to abolish the State was Injured. Varnes ,i I. 10

r goes home In his 6-cylluder car stutters(7)( ) state In I the Union may levy a tax Board of Engineering Kxamlners. pay for the damage to I il "
Powell
r_ : Miami's\ idea of news: "Corkscrews are Scarce and toys with the dials: of his! 7- No like, he's Avery serious. The word Is derived against the products of another Mr. John seems to have the right car which was slight/ ''1\1'1\'"i'I

---- tube set, while his helpmeet JustIn from a collision between a state nor shut such products out :'dea and to .be aiming ut the state Stengel Investigated t tin, I, of I
for the of preventing evil in a direct and effective which was Just oiitMd
from a 6-table bridge club, prepares except: purpose expense i ,
Starke will yet capture the.title of the best paved small the 4-can dinner-Tarpon bunch 'of exchanges./; Starke and a Tele-type- disease. We have no doubt manner., He believes the gates.", Iv
writer keyboard -
,r city in the state. Springs Leader graph. Looks more like a "col- that the Georgians: want Florida way to reduce expenses Is actuallyto At about 10 o'clock I (1'1|
: Gulf products and that the Floridians reduce them; not to talk about Ivy Values, accompanli i I
-11---- Tribune
lusion' 'between) the I1i
-0-- During!!: Sanford's "He Kind to and Mr.' ]';taoln of Shrdlu want Georgia products. Let both reducing them and then vote to Varues, both of Stark.. ''I ,
Scream
Exam week is made all the harder by thoughts of the first. Animals Week" some of the mar- to us.-Lallelle News. states get sensible and take down Increase t them.--Tampa Tilbune. Ford roadster ran Int. i"J l

l'n'f f WSIfllK1'week vacation: led men stayed out until the wee I their spite fences before somebody -0- touring car driven by (,, ''I.,
; ,mall hours of the morning :My 0---llt-nii. takes the case' Into the federal ll.l l':'it4T tin employee of Pall>:> 'I'' ,

0 Starke Telegraph. Taking advantage courts. One of the prime station, resulting In boil, .j

id. The paths.of glory lead first to cigarette manufacturers of oJllorlullltles--lhat's the I've got a beau reasons for and benefits of our Sunday school at 10 a, ni. J. F. men being badly hijun-ii, ,

+ modern man Macclenny, Plena. ]Ills name Is Jim, Union Is the preventidn of fences, )Klckllter, supt.Worship Ing removed to the IIOKI"> '
d vI t and then to the grave. -0-- lie looks like somethingThe spite and otherwise between the at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. driver of this car wan i "

o .'. About the most useless piece of cats dragged in. 'states.-Palm Beach Independent. Junior B. Y. P. U. leader Mrs. Vernes who figured In th,, ifIll'QI,

legislation so far introduced goes Eyes are crossed 0-- Raymond, will meet at 7 p. m. with Mrs.. Collins enilmorning. \ \ ''Iu|
First solid car of the long corn rolled from Brad Got fishy stare )
green
j a Mid-week service: at 8 m Loftin
to the Bay county representative p was sin i
Florida! should remove the 45- 11
ford county this week who seeks to legislate sun-back Head all shiny hair. mile hour speed limit from the Wednesday. Jured, The accident occur" ,i 'QI,
minus
dresses and stocklngless legs out And Ai''llts'r one mile outside the <'J n! ,, i I !>)IK|,
--- statute books. Reckless drivingis ( IIIUS'I'I.'Hl'm'lI
t None l Is hooked.
of sight.-Starke Telegraph. Goodness on the Hawthorn road. 1 li. ,111,j
Curves found all along the Ocean Sho.re.Boulevard-some Mouth sinks In, what should he guarded against,
both
what does that man want, Vnrnes men had be-i" I 'mIng. ,
Beard Is shaggyOn whether It Is done at 16 miles or Bible School and communion
E Macclenny! Press.SOT Deputy Sheriff Kv,: ,
are dangerous, others attractive. anyway- i ?
l a glve-ln chin. GO miles an hour. Starke Tele- services: each Lord's Day at 10
veHtignted!: the case Thl", n" ,
graph. We can't agree with you Iff
'i ,0 ,- Tall and( skinny, o'clock.
s
The tax cigarettes Jumped In danger
on no according( i I" rl)
Buddie. On broad, stra'ght
bowed. ( a Church services morning and
the"phrase "out of from 23 million dollars last << Legs are from the
Since opening of the fishing season yearto
i hospital
Knees knock together, highway: of which we have thous- evening of the first Sunday In -
200 million this The exact -
town on business" is being overworked. figures $23.632,682 year.: and $247- And pigeon-toed. I ands of miles In this state, thereis each month, by the pastor, Uro.

-o 180,930. And some people wonder Not much for looks, I no( reason why a car driven by I I D.xon, of Jacksonville. ,7r,7r :- a
\
careful shouldn't travel at .
Got a heart of tn: u man -
l It could be worse. Suppose introducing a bill was all how advertlue cigarette companies much Cross can affordto City nut ii darn good man 45 miles an hour. As far as danger riuitvTKiti\\: :

t' that was necessary'for it to become a law News. so For the shape he's in.The Is concerned It Is caused by -- ''I in.w..l
P --. Pathfinder. reckless or cureless driving! not by 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. ill a ,.r6
..n -oStrng I Truhy, an Pt.
speed You can have Just as bad
c' : beans follow strawberries is aI-I an accident at 26 miles an hour as 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon -
F Legislators have come to the conclusion that it's alright with sweet corn chasing the Klte-rtylng In the spring
at 45. The 46 mile hour law by I the pastor.
arig' to tax themselves but leave the folks at home out of it. beans. Bradford farmers don't ways a period of potential danger I an 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor
Hoiks to children-and of anxiety to electric was passed to abolish "speed
o use for banks any longer: ; utility officials! \ who know the traps," and it certainly] has pretty Topic ",lave Home Missionaries\

aw : Ocala and turned in their capacity Is too limited. sErous: : hazards of flying kites near well put them out of business. We Been Kfiectlve: Leaders?" Leader A Small Change
A stone lion disappeared from up Starke Telegraph. Speaking we Mrs n I, II. Lowry, assisted by
electric wires. In addition to I the do not drive a car but we often
S '1 '. Gainesville.. Now, what use has Gainesville for a stone lion? socks.suppose, of Gainesville the rapacity Dally of Sun.the direct personal Injury that may tide with our friends and it l Is Miss Dorothy Lamb. Saved Fall RncrlThre

J t 0 result from a mix-up of kite and seldom any of them drive at, lessa 8 p. m. 1 Evening worship song
-- and sermon. year HBO Fell Rttrr adopted;, 'ihi,.
wires, there Is the adcjed peril) of rate than 10 miles when the road ...
r" There Is a miss In Boston, 100 uliunal Slumlord are It. rimpli 'in"i
Starke needs a couple of dozen new residences for sale possible cross-ilrcults. Particular I Is good That leaves a five mile Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings v.* In ninny niter, r tilicaltu, t
of who "I detest ;
or rent to families who will l locate here if accommodationsare years age says ls"glv'en' against the use margin of safety. As for the people at 8 o'clock. rent ronflucruilnn ihrralniftl Ihi ,Hit,
men." One hundred years Is too warning ally wllh ..lr.'....'1..... fiw .\'1"'ral.'"t
who drive at from 50 to 70 The Sunday school elected o Ulcers ; .
available. long to ep'any woman waiting. of kites with metal flames, many front rcnlvern. rlHt hooked "tf' rl f fferli
market. miles they are going to do that last Sunday as follows: % 0 -Starke Telegraph When we lookat of which are now on the I ,......"-of I t tMM( 'Mi' ,.1J ,
ourself and other men, we won- Some cities have already passed anyhow and the 45 mile an hour Superintendent, Mr. J, M. Tru- .tf......w..puitrr Grass widow is suing Tunney for'$500QOO "heart balm." der why all women do not die old laws forbidding the flying! of metal I'mlt has as much effect on them by; assistant superintendent, Mrs Fail ai.ec .... Null.
jt framed kites within their cor- ns would one setting a lower (I. If. Lowry; secretary, Mr. T. S. Furl mpprlrtirr help onr qnthe i|
Evidently second hand heal/is are worth more than second- mal ) value >f mall hat"hnpnrnihum ( i
All "speed., --Palm Beach Independent. Williams; treasurer, Mrs II. S. ,.
limits. parents are .
... porate I fin*Im*coupllnt. Mini l I.
hand automobiles. --oIt --- .
; Fernandez Organist Miss Alice .,.
,
is Impossible to write urged to safe-guard their children -0- ; tin m* protection
0 graphs wttlv the toothache.-Tallahassee para-- by seeing that kites are flown only We are convinced that the state Fernandez.A ty-n.l, n..I.... vm.e '"..._n..'

Now if that Bay county legislator can devise some means State News. Headache where thereS| plenty of open iVoesn't need any new commissions welcome to all our services J. R. DAVIS & CO.

of collecting that $5,000 from each person guilty of contempt Would' be better. You don't write space free from electric wires: of II or bureaus of any character. We extended- to all. .
are also convinced that the state
Lnke Wales News. INSURANCE
sort.
of that august body, there'll be no need of a tax from any paragraphs with your teeth.- any --o-- doesn't need some of those it Is i Assembly plant for airplanes'! located -
Times-Union. First time a para- I at Tampa. STAIIKE, FLORIDA
source. gia'pher has ever been accused of We are'1\living' In days of the unusual I now maintaining. In this con nee-
politically ---- -
11----- using his head. and otherwise!

Clermont Press says there is a school of trained fish in -0- I Progress Is not: measured' by the I
World remarkedthe advancement in science and Invention -I
t one of their lakes. If they secured said training from watch- war veteran '
other day If the Mediterranean alone, but by a ('on8tantlybroaden

ing and listening in on the. fishermen, they need to be sent fly proved as friendly as the 'ng and more tolerant I

( to the house of correction.. cooties: the state could get rid spirit regarding! others. The other

r of the fly by dipping the guardsmen I day the Florida senate voted to Bradford
-
-0-- Bank
1 n on duty.-Starke Telegraph.We mtmorallze congress In behalf of a County
Tinrjs-Union remarks you never see a bank cashier or understand that the guardsmen -I republican! leader In the state. This

a Sunday School leader whilirig away time in the pool rooms. do not taste good to the med honor was bestowed upon GlennB.

rl On the other hand you have never heard of a pool room dles. Palm Beach Independent. Skipper, republican national RESOURCES $584,000.00
committeeman, by a democratic
--o '
habitue being convicted of stealing a million dollars of church Another KKK IMpiMtl senate. The resolution of the sen-
1
a funds, so there must be some good in the worst of us. Fish hatchery employes have ate cited Mr.'Skipper for the work I J..11. KITCII, President

-- just planted 20,000'baby black he has done for flood control, a

Representative.A. D. Andrews of Union county is to be bass near Starke. You can plant ,, protective tariff{ on Florida products I1 r. T. WEEKS, V.-President S. L. PEEK; Cashier
them In rows but It la customaryto and In the Mediterraneanfly
congratulated on his work in the passage of the state farm plant them In hills Instead. campaign. The senate Is to be

road bill, connecting state roads one and thirteen with the When they come up, thin them commended upon Its broad and appreciative -

state prison. The bill passed the house without a single Vote out.-P. E. B. In Tampa Tribune. move. Democrat or republican -
Suggest some method of gettingthe the people of this state
cast against it and goes to the senate for approval and
pas-
little devils up; can't you? cannot afford to be divided on
})age. --0 problems which affect the Internal

o String beans follow the strawberries welfare of the state at large. The Bradford County Bank takes pleasure in announcing

: Sanford Herald with sweet corn chasingthe Plant City Courier.
call them "the
they good old
says days"because
beans.-Starke Telegraph. We o to its patrons and to the public generally the
they were so' bad. And likewise, if you want a good take It that Starke is a pretty good A careful check up through the

i'fl' laugh on some of the "old.boys and girls" who now hold up town In which to place one's hat federal bankruptcy courts shows names of the business and professional men who now compose

their hands in holy horror at the "going-ons" of the present on a peg and remain during the that the average percentage of

generation, get the tongue of one of them loosened on the oth ctrawberry bean and corn seasonat failures made by 83.6 nonadvertisersIn cent. In the Board of Directors and stockholders of BradfordCounty's
least.-Times-Union. Starke l is 32 cities l Is per

{ ers. a good town to hang up your hat Los Angeles 92 per cent of the

o ':'n during thirteen months each ,failures since the first of 1927 oldest banking institution.W. .

_ The slight fire in the courthouse a few days ago should year. have been non-advertisers. The
: non-advertising mortalityrate
----o----- lowest
.o be taken as warning and provision made for building fire 'The new Inheritance tax mea was shown In Bridgeport.

proof vaults for use of county officials. With only one vault ure passed by the state[ house ofrepresentatives I Conn., and Nashville, Tenn., with T. WEEKS G. M. INMAN J. M. MITCHELL

ill the entire building, and it valueless for protecting contentsin will not Increase 60 and 67 per cent respectively, ENOCH GRIFFIS MRS.
J. J. M. MITCHELL
fire these taxes In Florida. It will while Troy, N. Y., with the, highest M. BROWNLEE -
a severe records that could not be replaced are liableto I
mean diverting to Florida coffers with an even 100 per cent. In MISS MARGARET T. J. TERRY
be
destroyed any day. some of the money now taken by other words, out of every 100 business LONG \..,. L. WALL
1 n the government under a nationallaw I men who fall 83 of them are DR. E. L. BIGGSDR.
S. R. JOHNS
The proposal to tax sea foods to assist the schools of which placed a great hard men who haven't advertised. Seventeen F. F. STUMP W. D. BRINSON
ship on our commonwealth.. It Is who are classed as ad'ertlsets T. A. BRINSON DR. P. A. BRINSON
1 Florida was met with fisherman able to to Tallahassee G.
+ i every get to be hoped that the constitutional fall but this may be because W. ROBERTS J. II. RITCII

being there to protest it, one ground being it was class amendment passes.'! Gainesville they d'dn't: advertise consistentlyor L. G. POWELL W. E. TORODE MRS. J. F. KICK-

legislation. Suppose the automobile owners had taken that Dally Sun. because they spent their money J. S. NORMAN CECIL HITCH
JR.
LITER
narrow view of the school needs two years ago; they had far -o- unlntelllgerrtly. Men who know
According to late reports the how to advertise intelligently and
better ground for protesting. tax than any other "class" "Medfly" situation is seriously get the most possible for every
'
t taxpayeY. hampering and may finally ruin dollar they spend, are never seen

o another of Florida's big industries In the bankruptcy courts.-Lake With the affairs of the institution in capable hands
We' ask you In all seriousness: Wales Highlander.
It, would take considerable time for the first campaign or
What Is an honest rum-runner to -o-
two, but we would like to see a legislative committee clothed do when some bug-hunting patrol- It looks as though the discredited and backed by the well-known business and professionlmen

with the authority to call successful candidates before themto man slops his truck and confiscates( single vote primary law will

prove charges they made against opponents in elections. all his oranges and grapefruit, pass Into history along with a of Starke and vicinity actively interested as stock
thus removing all protection from right considerable number of politicians -
Of course some of the defeated candidates might not care to around( the real cargo-Levy who rode into office underIts holders, the bank has taken another long stride in its

,t have charges against them proven, but the public would be County Journal. bunglesome provisions. There upward

given a treat. -- eWe Is but little division of opinion In growth since it was founded forty
are pleased to note that the legislature that its one redeeming years ago.
o
l quite an acreage will be plantedIn feature, the reduction of
L The state has no need for toll roads as outlined in a bill Baker county in strawberries expense in holding an election to

?P recently presented the legislature by Marion county's repre this year. Our soil ts. especially nominate party candidates is outweighed -

sentative. If a road is really needed ft should be built and adapted to growing this fruit andit by its many time-tested The officers and stockholders of the Bradford County
generally proves to be a pretty defect It's Just a question of
will be built by the state. There must be to the
more proposal good money crop. Some ,of the what offices shall be? Included in Bank extend all
than is apparent from the synopsis of the bill, for some of finest berries we have ever seen the new law when It la finally en to a cordial invitation to avail themselvesof

", the proposed toll routes will have to run within a few miles I produced were produced here this acted. As the senate passed the 1, the banking facilities

S_ of existing free state roads. At the rate to be charged two year and while no shipping was bill at the 1927 session there Is at their command, and to feel freeto
done from here, they found a little doubt but what it will take
j cents per mile per person, how many travelers will use the call this bank
ready sale on the local markets. speedy action on the house measure upon at any time.

_ proposed toll road from Jacksonville to Gainesville when they Macclenny Press. as soon as it comes before It-I

; have the choice of three free state roads to either city by way -- --()---- A return, to the two-primary planof

of Green Cove Springs Starke or Lake City? New Port Richer entertained the nominations will do more to put j
Florida League of
PaUAGraphers clean men Into office than anything
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