Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02387
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mencement of Bradford High BY SENATE NEARLY HALF MILLION I BILL PASSES SENATE 1 J J11'1"1'1'

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a4uw" /Mujbc'rinicmident ('ini lion I I Tallahassee, May 28.-Exchanging 1 :\ / Sigurd. Hy Governor; \\" road connecting the state prison .';f,
> MEETS I Lawtey School I.
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In the ('II''M of 1I'2I I 'f senate today chopped a \iiil :Mncrlriinj.House / '. Mute mad No. 1 and state road :,'.' { ,
I Dies From Shot lion dollars from the session on'' Tangle At EndMembers No. I it: and to authorize: the state : ,; j

b'ennlal! appropriation bill :!! at 1 o'clock -- I Hill No. 352! passed road department to extend moneys i
ever.'ag the bacenuluiiri -
truly --- four hours of work on through the house a week ago for said pui;POHIDo >. i I. ,
was preached by Uev.i of the county school '
i Cleveland hrmrd and Superintendent Grlflls'
i i !Hooks, In the la'gehigh Marshal A. C. Scarborough of Hal- noon! sessions 1 '" of the UPI> "' Mir Frlm- for a hard surfaced connection the Slut of Florida : ,
auditorium, the choirs and met Wednesday afternoon\ with
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ford was almost Instantly killed! When consideration: of ( the I.uwtey bonding I to the state prison Turin with state Section. Thai hoard of corn,1
of the various representatives of the,
gallons Wednesday night al 10 o'clock, was finished for I the! ; with the board roads and
!: one Ih'rteon.! \ was \paused lulMsloiiprs of state liiHlltulloim be
uniting to attend thish'e "r'rnpany to complete pinna for :
Iii', eervleo.Itaymond : the bullet being fired by a man on [ o'clock this afternoon, necessary to flnlxhlng the: Uawtey school buildIng by the senate Saturday, afternoon and (the same are hereby authorized .,', -,
'" of the Baptist horseback and rang'ng downward, morrow morning, the the job were In time for. opening of schoolIn according. to a wire from St.illtorN to co-operate with stale road ,.;
i Scarborough, \) died within a few waded through only Ihlrl / M Johns of Sim'ke, who has department Ui procuring the com 1
read the scripture August.; At a previous meeting
i -n church minutes after receiving the lof the 198-piire make been t
measure. arrange- active in putting the bill 1 pletlon of adequate hard-rfaced
board the
the and surety company
announceIH -
".11 and wound, available Information Indicating I Beginning/ lids inorniiiK: seats for the
{ through Only two dissenting I roadi traversing and connecting
the evening: Dr. Lowry, hud agreed on all Items exception d
i for church offered he was either unconscious judicial department the next regu- of heating apparatus' the votes were cast against t the bill by; the state prison furm'at llalford. ,{ ,,
ii 1'iesbyterlan ( until he died or no one the salaries of thirty-nine the senate S.Mintor Johns
; brnrd declining in accept the obsolete was assisted Florida, with hard surfaced road "
?""J'. and a choir composed of found him until he wan too far ,I judges from $7.GOo' to meet the I I second hand equipment : I In putting the measure over No.1 and hard sui'faced road. o. Ii'i
I I following named persons sang to who did the : $6,000, provided the si/ie ,
gone say shooting. the job by the contractor by Senator Knubb of Murclenny. 13 and the. state road department
i the evening: A. K.: Wall, Carl Andrews, resident of tlon In salaries for A Grlms Secy. I The 4'llnia
a titJ installed. The I entire cost constructing }hereby authorized( and directed ;
aKriled. company( burn.
i or. Mrs. K.: Hess Rooks, Mrs.Al- 1 lord, wu< arrested by the torte Y s of Dade Duva a lo replace this it 1 equipment the road will be by t the state t to co-operate* with the board of ji jiIII
Duller. county: sheriff on suspicion.[ : borough counties, sip. / and the board's road department\ and work Is. ex rommliislonerH of state Institutions t
Mae Bennett,, : : :MOMV: i new upon .
'matt lussla stlpendt of other staticaluud rptance, stated they would inn.mod'ately Ported to start at an ,early date. for the purpose I of carrying .;?+'
I ,,r1 Lee Hemingway, Mildred( /IyTit 1'M court reporters, pffied While the bill only specifies connection out the Intent of thin Act, and to I
1 : HT1I.I, In the +Hobt. start placing needed matcrltiU : '
i 1'1'I i Eunice: \ Perkins, Messrs L of collecting state with roads. and :
1 j pense North Church there and begin work within \ state one end mild state road! department '
i Powell, John Powell" und Wesi by $200.000 abolished thirteen, selection of i'i'thllt 1iJ
!Monday two weeks. leaving connecting to: authorized t to expend said 'J,,
with Miss Ethel': (lrifi SheriffEpperson: and DeputySapp I ,
I i \ Sic\'arras, state tax equalizers del1al't I the upper 1 part Construction of this building points to the ,state roardepartment moneys lu currying/ out thin: act
ai'compunlHt. destroyed another still !Mom effect saving of $26,000 and the hoard of '
1 n / It let by the board last Octoberto com- as maybe neressary for I that purpose -
t Kulth of Our Fathers, WON day afternoon/ I hR:: lime In the from $(,000{ to $5.000 I was I miss oners of stale Institutions, I ItIs ilt I ,
T\ H. tnlerson of ,
Urooksvllle I ''
\ The '
greater !: "
|by congregation and choir, Sampson City"section, the officers the salaries of the t the I
state understood road will JIi.
I : of the low- whose bid of $10.600! for the $20- Si'dloii! .I', All lu\vn and parts I,
, 1 11\1(1\ choir sang the Inspiring" flf'lIlnthere: a few hours after th1day's Ing comnilss.oner: t the the lire utart- 000 bond Issue and, $17.100 tordi'lrtetb with road till rl cen In Starke" of laws III <'on like. herewith are I'
'unary "Thy Divine JB.Jesly.( work had '
I of the house it : ,
> .M a solo Minn\ Mildred Gill et- the distiller. The still was ucrude and fresh water flail road 48 and through the state
c run
j of furniture accepted! by the hoard. S nee the 3. This art ahull take ,, ,
i \-'Iy, | rendered "Habylon" nffuir, a steel drum being I and the state hotel (' date Contractor Imerson nodded prison farm to make connection effect Immediately upon Its becoming 1 (, '
Hooks selected his used to cook the mash' In, with a was partly +
K. > K) M. the major (' with the Luluj-IIutler-Hulford road '
as i .
: and adjusters the board that he was through a 1 1w.H4'I.olllllon ,,
.. from the first clause of the wooden hart\d 1 headed over It for and ri'iico '
i nn the day. estimating with the contract, leaving t the un- l\ to Macrleiiny. Whether II)' CiiinmlNKionrraWhereas R
,\.ntv-fourth, verso of the !ith) connecting the worm. The owner Against a total rut of $ w.ll: be re finished building on the hands. ot the preHent grudo to the state" t the situation of the a i,

impter" of Second Kings: "Jehu had removed the worm when he the senate added minor the board, several Irregularities farm from Sturke will be used Is state prison farm IH.. such that the a,
drew 1bow with his full finished his\ : run and the oHicers Lions totull'ng $55,080, : were brought to light by the surety not known, but It U believed the" moving of heavy loads to and from
urength. The subdivisions< of I were unable to locate either it or saving of $445,620. for !| -- company and the hoard. new road will line tho grade toHellbronn Bald farm to the main state highways : n

''hIs excellent sermon were: any liquor. Turpentine barrels which, added to slashes i i II : I .'. O. HOMOS' I Although the architect was in I Springs with scarcely is 1. necessary for the benefit ," \ .;

"uullty. Choice, Knergy. 1)1"1'-1 were used to hold the mash.MHS. of more than $25,000 I employ of the hoard of public Instruction any change and inn lu 'direct of the said state 1>1'111(11fllrm\ aDll'j' j ;

'niunmy" a comedy In three approximate\ saving so : ..It>1'1'11 youth,, later developments\ line fl'onthllt. point to the prisonSlockudegr. whereas, the construction of a .

"Ie by Moss Farquhar, wan most : S.H.II1: MI.NKH: : bill near the half Monday pointed to connivance between the ", hard mirfaced road( ('onnectlng" 'r

-11"I r" siifully presented" Monday mark. Mathls,, contractor' and architect In that Senator\ : W. J. Stiixletiiry of the" Iho I .slate prison feint with state "f, ,. '

".iilng. under the direction" of The many friends of !Mrs. Sarah The economy bloc In /( post o Mice padded estimates furnished by Fourth iJ paths attacked the measure 1'011111NUR.. I and III: would result '. ,

'.1" Oeorge C. Wli'te'! Misses\ Myruui :M. Miner, 72, will: learn with regret was well In evidence taking the the architect resulted in the board with an amendment I'oh.blt-! In great savings: and would\ be In. ,' i of j y

and Myrtlce Jackson n; the of her death Monday at the the day, with Senator Hay 1 : Checks were paying the contractor faster than ing the USB of funds of the state" the Interest of EI<'4>nomy. therefore t :I'' ,

larnctcrs being as. follows: home of her Ron, Harry L. !Miner, the Third t district, :! and he was the completion of the work wurianted. road.department which are seaside t He It resolved' by I he hoard 1 of 1,,1'comm'lIlIIone"s ,

a crofessor Montgomery Walton 619 East Twenty-seventh street J. H Scales! of the jail by Dep Upon his refusal' to com- for use In completion of first : 'of state Institution. ,

Kill Duncan. The deceased Is survived by two J. W. Turner of the act'on'! by pleto the binding: according to und IIm'ondar'ftreferential; roads,, That the 1 board ,re pectf ulljr .X '

Mrs Walton Estelle Kendrlck.: sons, Harry L. Miner and L. E. leading a general East: 'r'tract, a check-up( revealed that and Senator Jtilins arose to the calls the! attention oC (tle) Leglsla-/: ,t.j"r 1
Margaret Walton-.Until Stern- :Miner of New Smyrna, also four the upper branch of the other boys,, the balance of the $17,100 In the deleiiHo:: of his bill by charglnK; lure to the advisability and "e'ell'j'i' ['

h-r, ,, tstem, Mrs Sophie Kirwan, Mrs to reduce governmental ) Flmmle Cameron-Carlyle Hitch. Amelia Klrwan, Miss Florence hires from custody needed to pay outstanding bills, I j tallied apiiroprltit.on( : of $25,001 whereby a hard surfaced road,can .k, 1: '

, 'urt Blair, Dummy-Noluu Ca- :Miller\ and Miss Carrie: Miller, ell Senator Scales opeircd! by a postof-\ that the building was far from J each for road to slate Institution be constructed! ec <|iict1ng! Ur6 stats ,1; '

,IIMV I,,r1 of Baltimore. Md, and one brother ping process us socluH(", completion\ and that the contractor In his dlHti-lcr.!. prison farm at Uatford, Florida, ,, f'i I I'/;

AlaekaElmer! McMillan\ John Miller\ of Detroit, Mich Funeral lion of the bill was rE. t ----_. -< -- had received practically all he !Senator: Johns) declared (he senate with the state roads( Noa 1 and (.,
iam\ Hedges; Junior McOonell.tlorothy ) .. services were held in the morning session! by .. taking $100- should have received for the com I hud gone on record as favoring 13. f.. i iI .

Burke-llora Manning parlors of the Marcus Conant Company amendment to cut the appropriation pleted job the construction of hard-sur hel'ebYcertifY that the above j//

,Svlvla; Maid.Eva Marcotte, at 2.30: o'dol'kVednesday circuit judges from $ / resulting in The surety company bonding faced roads to the state Institutions Is, a true and correct copy of resolution ," Vjt; '

each actor took their part per- afternoon, the Uev 1 K. 0, Heath, 000 annually, '(' of the day,, Contractor Imorson was notified I and that he and Senator' iiuswd.. by the board of com j ,
Interrupted I saving of $117,000 in \ board of his failure Knabb asked only for carrying out of state Institutions, '' f q ti
I ii ""tly and were frequetnly pastor of the First Methodist: year period. by the school mlBHlonera! : : t ,
by rounds of applause church olllclutlng aries alone for the two I=! put through to carry out the contract and the I' thin policy with reference to the Stale of Florida, at Its meeting' :II' f

tIm\ the delighted audience. Heiween Interment was lu the family lot Senator W. C. Hodges one board would expect the surety stale prison farm. held April 17th. 1929 :1t ,.

acts Mr. L. n.! Hay enter- In West Evergreen: cemetery The Eighth: district, the $1- company to complete the building The amendment by Senator Mallle Martin 11 1 1Secretal"3'

anted 1 with some rich Jokes; also pallbearers were: ,V. Alexand\ senate appropriations for painting! After several conferences the company SIngletary was voted clown by (cclamalion to Hoard Commissioners '. i'! '

von chorus girls, under the dl- er, E. L. Thomas, Thomas B.Feldiiifc who offered all '", and the and the school board finally and another amendment State Institutions, state of Florida "I'l,

loctloii of Miss nuth Sternbsrg,, \\'. K.: Jones. Arnold !Mil- ments to the bill, 'M""I for re adjusted their differences am by Senator Edgar W. Way- A dhli.* Uotul to I'wfwml Lint Ie,. r

lave snappy numbers lee and Arthur Fenfarlow. amendment, pointing In the state with the agreement Wednesday to bright, of the Eighteenth district,, Tallahassee, May 25.--With the
held\ hit the !in the to provide that the road be constructed :1";
Graduating exercises were Tfnies-Unlon. judges Install a different type heating apparatus passage: yesterday of two highway 7 : E

Tuesday evening, the class of 1929 Mrs. Miner, before moving to ulated districts as well another the last remaining ob- "if in the judgment ol measures In the senate the Curlton. .:,n, "'1

being composed of Iva Boyd, Wlll Jacksonville had been a resident smaller ones.Senator an Increase steele was: removed.On the board '''of commissioners i ol' forces have begun (belt assault .: "? t

I Mae Illnson, Anna Ruth Stern- of Sturke for many years. Her .J. B. Stewart for the one point, however, representatives state Institutions, such a 'road In upon the present preferential road '" I

htrg: Kdna Mae Strickland, Jew- many friends here will regret to Sixteenth district, joined after a of the surety company necessary to operating the state system as laid' down by legislatures '1'',

ill Edith Wiggins, Dorothy Thel- hear of her ing against; the the amend- insisted they were due the full prison farm" also was defeated,, of 1923 and '25. !: t '
ma Sapp, Oscar Nolan Can ova, death.r contention that the high amount of the contract price, after Senator Waybrlght had Whllo the Gulf: Coast highway Mt ., 'i

William Myron Duncan, David J, of the courts ought to be an amend. claiming one payment of $800 to voiced an objection to adding any remains a second preferential pro I' :

Moore, Walter William MacDon- I..\Nay: SIIViil: KING ed. Scales, cutting Imerson was Illegal andj did not roads to the present first 'and second ject Senators Johns: ot Starke and !'\': >,

nell, Enoch Murrah Rooks, Carlyle Senator S. A. Hlnley, of appro relieve the board of their responsibility preferential lilt, Young, of Vero Beach put over a ,:(".J
Peek flitch, Merrlell Kenneth Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wall returned cnteenth district, and the expense of in the matter It was The Waybrlght amendment was bill raising: the highway from, .'1.... f

i truth, and Paul Elmer MacMll- Sunday night from Pass-a-grllle: W. Phillips of the of the legisla; claimed this $800 was paid to Im- voted down, and Senator Johns Ralford to Starke to first preferential '. I'
lan where) they had spent the week- spoke for the then chopped orson at the time of delivery of then called for a roll call vote. position. Young and lj1 i :; 1

The class of '29 has the distinction :- end en a house party During their urged a cut In salaries provided the bonds or the payment( therefor The bill passed 29! to 2. Johns, ardent supporters! of Carlton's ':i'j''

: of having as a member stay they tried their luck at tarpon the line, and Senator for furnishing at a Jacksonville: bank by Superintendent The board of commissioners, of tax diversion program for ;

the i youngest student ever graduated I liahlng\ in the Gulf. 111'Vall serted that Florida: had man- It. B. Wiggins and Chair- etnte Institutions hid approved the county bond retirement, are the ;ij1''I), \

from the B. II. S., namely: landing one weighing 110 pounds through the period of man L. W Klckllter and was done bill as. drawn and through effortsof administration' whips seeking repeal t e
Walter William MacDonuell, who and Mrs. Wall one weighing 90 legal activities. committee without the knowledge and sanction Senator Johns passed resolutions of the law providing for con,1, ,: 1 J I '

WAS only fifteen years old last Sep- pounds. Senator B. ft. Howe, providing $!15- of (he two majority membersof several weeks ago, calling at. structlou of, the "missing link" In ,' !

'H-mber., Tenth, offered an I of pri the board Messrs. A. B. Sur- tentlon of the legislature to the tho great Florida loop. ;"i'1 ,

The class colors of white and IVriUUHVKH\ H0\l IIH.Ii the amendment, the other $5- renry and H. D. May necessity of building a connectingroad. The vote on the Starke road ''iii: I l '
Kind were attractively carried out tion of the salaries to $ of Royal Palm The bonding representatives !He has the assurance of wan 28 to 2, Senators SIngletaryof j,k""

>II i the stage decorations; the clnjstli'Wers. Representative Hazen this week nually, but his peace ) as the morn- made the claim\ that this advancewas the state board that completion of Marlunnu and Waybrlght ot' J', '; ,

shasta daisies, were used introduced a bill In the house to voted down by ('(' : a close. Illegal; and unauthorized, 811 the road will not he unduly delayed Jacksonville vigorously/: opposing! + !s; :

profusion! and the class motto, have designated at a state high Ayea-Senators Council Senator Nenl payments were outlined In the \, nnd the passage of the bill the procedure o-nd casting, the dissenting ,'.1'i .' 1
'ways Onward" occupied a coiiou : way, road No. 200 lu Bradford Gary, Glynn. Hlnley for automo- contract to be made only as work now places It in Hup for Immediate vote :', F. '

place In the rear of the ,i-ounty. This rood runs from a Knabb, Mitchell( Neal, I state geolo propreised upon the building and construction. Slmllarly.there wall added to ;,' "\

11'ftoY';i I point Just south of Starke to Putnam, Howe, Scales, another by that work had not been started Sponsoring( the bill! In the the first preferential system the I'tlli!

( L W. KIcRllter made the Brooker and thence to Lacrosse Taylor, Turner, Welsh abolish an as The board did not come to any de- i house were Rpprenentatlves A, It. purely local road between Jacksonville '.j''i'
Parrlsh-20. clslcn at this meeting regarding' Andrews of Union county and W,,
nlng prayer and was tolloweda --- $2,400 a year, : Heath and Daytona approximately 'i: ,
1 beautiful piano solo, "AraI --- Nayea: Senators Adams ayment of the $800 claimed\ / by B. Cone of Baker, Representative +
: 70) miles.: /:! r '1
que." byI\ IllS Florence AnWM Prof S. S' Bowling the past term son, Bell, Dell, Harrison, Neal to the surety company._ Andrews making a successful fight It wu..*voted In the preferential 'If. j

ii!' Dr. W. S. Cawthon, state has been a most successful one for Johns King, Malone commis: flH.\H.\\t"HliTl'H 131'.1: :\$ and passing it through without a system' despite the fact that .. '
;1 serving
iperlntendent of public Imtrucii the school, this!:! being the thirteenth Swearingen Turnbull \\ a year to $5- vote cast against It. In the senate are numerous parallel roads "'
I'' address on that Mr. Dowling lias son and Whltaker-15. recess at noon, the road bill met with an adverse -
made a splendid : year | this particular section.! 'f I
From the fertile farmng: section 1 ,
at the at the hands of the
II, subject of "Faith In Our Edu- been connected with the B. If. S. Senator Scales, evoked con report "
around Graham during the season ,
moved to committee The state farm load o
teacher session, I '
.Dowllng Is a thorough ,,
oral System. Mr. just closed 13,513: hampers of MllhltlKPMI.I.; ACT i! ; I
Mr Nolan Canova, Sr., accom- and the students graduating under vote by which the spoke against bill\ was a "pet" measure of Senator "
his motion failed: ; beans were picked and shipped Johns and he bent effort/ --- yir I:V''
Ued> by Mrs. J, S. Butler, dented his Instruction are'' well prepared cut, but that every I "
17. from! the Graham station the average to: It the senate and with The of ,.
his audience with a violin for college. The school has also vote of 17 to was one see pass I Telegraph Is in receipt a
'" been fortunate the past term In Senator Neal offered the men employ- price received for* the product the: assistance of Senator Knabb letter from Sheriff J. P. Hall of *"1'Ii"I
ment to cut the three being $1.25, or a total of successfully piloted the b'll! Green Cove Springs, regarding the
the crowning event of the eve- having as junior high principal, t Senator Neal Graham also I noted / .If 'i
"' m took place when Mr. A. J. Mr. L. O. Ray, an A, B. graduate torney's from $7.500 to cut ought to $15,530.60. through.: I appointment of a deputy sheriff at 1l r
''illis, superintendent of public of Emory University. Ably assisting and then followed It with other salary for: being the first section to try fjiitcrmir Hlgim lull Klngsley Lake, saying he will Jla. l'' .

i'tructlon' for Bradford county, \Mr. Dowllng were the following to reduce the salaries of similar growing tobacco on a commercialstale. Witty) the signing of the bill gladly appoint any citizen of that "ijii1;, ::1
Mr. C. B. Roberts devoting ,
livered\ diplomas to the four- teachers: Mrs. Geo. C. state's attorneys receiving Wednesday afternoon by Governor section to act as his deputy upon ''' II

n members of the senior class.. White, :Miss Myrwln Jackson, Miss to $4,200. Both were carried by ac- several acres to .tobacco culture. Carlton, the last step in enacting recommendation of property owners : it l '
A the bill\ Into law was taken, the of the lake section. In the i
uperlntendent Orlffls also pred Myrttpe Jackson, Mr. L. G, Ray, acclamation : on.the ap- AOII.MAI. Nt'lioolT 1 ;
> certificates of promotionm Miss Claudia Gllchrlst, Mrs. IJ. was provided by an resumed dur- Telegraph being! advised by wire meantime Sheriff Hall states he Vi I
the Junior high school to Perkins, Miss Maude Mitchell, MUs Senator W. J. SIngletary A summer normal will 1 begin at from Senator Johns that the governor will make 1trip to the lake at S '. II

senior high school to the fol- Minnie Gruber, Miss! Eunice Perkins Fourth" to bring the out the state high school, Monday, June 3rd. ; signed the bill at 3:05 any time he Is wanted, whether Ula .. 'I' /
Bev- Mrs. Barney McRae, Miss of $50,400 annually for department Courses leading to first, second o'clock. Its construction lies now I I day or night, upon a call being "I' f'' t
Brluson: ,
tug pupils: Patsy Edith GussieIae\ ,Bennett IIllIsIadlle\ : eight court reporters down of- and third grade certificates\ will be with the state road departmentand I, put through to him at his office la .. "*,1
Cady, Elsie Orant, '' I ,
.. off The tuition will be $7.60 preliminary steps wilt probably Green Cove. '
J-e Gordon Wadsworth Hor- Mlddleton, Miss Ethel Griffin Miss 000. Thus cutting Total given. ,. l. '
('ox, Melba Silcox Evelyn Fredrlka) Struth, Mrs. H. C Hitch, for the biennium for the de- per month for each pupil. This come up at the next session I Property owners on Kingsley < y l II',lr: '

inp. John Wheeler, NovellaK Miss", Olive Ray. Mrs. A. E. Wall, Senator Neal's to $26,000 for will Include all subjects. ot the board. have suffered considerable annoy-,', >,((1
f Clyde Ben Stern- singing; Mrs. F. H Long, piano. trim the salaries of : Pupils will be given the opportunity lions Hill ilia ) anc from petty thievery for sev- j q.t, M

II -B, Morgan Louise Edwards, The thirty-fourth annual commencement attorneys receiving $3,600 I brought to a to make up any deficiencies. An act to authorize the boardof oral years and since hard surfaced J 1,' ,,1\!1.
H 'bert Ralph Cox, Eth. of the Bradford County $2,400 failed : 27 to ft, Tuition can be arranged for them! commissioners: of state initltu- ; roads have been opened to the'v 1: I
Frink, Robert Haney Vector High School was brought to 'a Senator iH. I grant- in high school or grade ions. to co-operate with the state lake has been the scene of some ,1 ', J ,.,'"

T White, Louise Thede the benediction pronounced Twenty-fourth district, courses with teacher : road department In procuring the rather wild week-end parties f ul)
>mas.t'nder. close by I II Charce'l 1
the prlnclpalshlp ofYMres.waa I by Rev, L. W. Klckllter. I amendment regarding f j Page I.) Mo new work was: be completion of a bard surfaced I r made up from nearby cities ._ Ins( >,.

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+OOONNOONeNONON- -.-". Sunday night. ton and baby, Misses Rosa, Eva I well) filled baskets and drove to a I "Go -W tungMi; Go WestSaidGr i y. Let's Go// I

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan were and Hassle Hodges. All reporteda small lake near Hillcrest. The affair -

:. BROOKER : nice time. of J, D. ":"' '", .,,.,.,
visiting fr.'emla: in Lake: Butler last was planed in honor / < QLAClE,7 PARKMavlza/A
r O Miss IVnrle Gnlnoy Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville -
Sunday and Monday. here Renfroe, a senior at the University. ....
........................ Mra. Gerald Adklns Is spendingsome with: her spent parents.last week-end The crowd included Mr. and Mrs ..... 1A

Mr. L. R. Gainey and daughter ,time In Lake Butler with Mrs. Bill Hines of Brooker, was Chas. Weinman, Dr. and Mrs. Aus- '-. ,

Lois were transacting business In here last week. Misses aF
friends and relative. visiting tin Bliss, of Jacksonville; '
Starke last Friday, Mr J. Groover of Lacoocliee, Gertrude Mouser Helen Lawrence,

Mr. L. L. Morgan was transactIng ...))N.10Ut JGvNO..Ofl "spent' several days here with his ,' Ruth Lawrence. Arneeta and Helen .'
+ mother, Mrs. J. H. Kelley, last I
business In Theressa last Sat- ; ZIF F week. I' Ogden, Messrs. J. 1), Ronfroe.Horcne "
,7 urday. l. MIsH" Opal ).e\\"llI. Cor. + Mr. J. W. Lewis was attending I Miller, of Jacksonville
y Mr. Wilson Russ Runs of The- .
tl + to business in Alachua Thursday
ressa, spent the weekend here .0...0..OONON.N.00.N morning.Mr. Donald Walrath.Mr. Pangboru. and Lawrence

TM with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jackson- and Mrs J. L. Gaskins were and Mrs M. Pllcher: and I

t 3 Russ.i ville, spent the last part of last visiting: friends: here last Sunday. Mrs. Pllcher's father, Mr. John I
i } Mr. II. P. Gainey was transacting week here .
} with his parents, Mr. -4- Cardwell of Lake Wales, are the

business In Gainesville last and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. eONONNOeriN.w.O f 0.0!. guests of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Wal
Saturday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and rath at the Inn.
N Stellmae Ward of Jacksonville son, Floyd of Jacksonville spent Keystone Heights : 1 0-- > ,:
spent the week-end here with the latter part of last week here Minn Helen Oi lo. Cor. 1'XHonSI'; : TAX !pitoit.\M: '<' ... ,, ::; '" .:..< ..
4$: '., her mother, Mrs. T. P. Ward' I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs I. ."." '. ',. .. .. I I:1:
.N N..OOON..00....... f'; "filJ .,
"" Mr. 1 Paul Stewart was attendingto J. B. Thomas. \ ,.. -. ""' ;>" ,
I Governor Carlton's tax relief ...<.<..: i/o.. ,j ", -w.,.... '-
to business in Graham .last Satur- Mrs I.V.. Pyal and daughter On Friday" of last week the Jun-
has been endorsed\ in Its
Marian Lee of Graham, spent sev- I ntors and seniors oT Melrose high
day.Mrs. committee
the -
entirety by
H. who has been entertained by the
Gainey eral days here the guests of rela- school were
I spending some time in Plant City faculty wtlh a picnic on Luke Gen- of the Florida State Chamber ."...... ,-",......,. '',. ......... ,......,
tives.Mr. of Commerce and word to that ef- '
..rr u returned home last Monday. and(} Mrs. Mallory Thomas eva. J Judging from the sounds
fect has been the chief
sent execu-
Miss Grade Green spent Sunday and children, of Starke, were in coming from the lake shore, the vsx g.
tive Tallahassee the Chamber
night in Dukes with friends. I our section last week. young people had u jolly time. at I
Messrs. Leland Lltchfleld and I Mr. and Airs. W. M.\ Hodges and Mr. oath Mrs. W. H. Ogden, Mr. announces t. n, }
At the time the committeewent I
z, p Rufus Prescott were visiting in daughters, Mrs. Allen Thornton C. H. Clarke and Miss Arneeta Ogden same (
's } ? Lacrosse last Monday night. und Ruby Jewell of Starke. were spent Wednesday in Jackaon, on record as opposing or favoring -I
b: Misses Lubedla 1>lnholster, Lolnr visiting! here last week. vale; I a large; number of ti.e measures

and Pearl G'ulney and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Waldo Sprangle and Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Weld, Mrs. now pending before the legis

R. M. Gainey were visiting: In Graham Donle Rivers of Luwtey, spent C. H. Clark and Mrs. Morey were ]I lature.A .
board of
referendum of the
) last Sunday.Mr. Sunday afternoon here the guestsof in Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .
O. J. Mott was visiting jn Miss Lula Mae Lewis and Mrs. F. M. Walroth and directors of the Chamber relativeto

Jacksonville Sunday Mr. and Mrs G. P. Parrlsh of )<', E. Carr drove to Leesburg Sun- the proposed gross sales tax, the

i Mr. H. P. Gainey and children, Starke, were in our section last luxury tax and an absentee votEr'slaw
q were visiting in Waldo' last Mou- week. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Wm. Baker and was canvassed by the committee -
which announced an overwhelming -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and Mr. and 1lrs.1o Robinson
Ruth Crosby and children, son, L. 0., were visiting in Starke spent Sunday at Glen Springs. sentiment: against the .... -
t of St Petersburg, are spending last Friday. Lary walrath and J. D. Renfroe, two special tax proposals and a

'r Borne time here with friends and Messrs. H. L., Cecil and Resale students at the University at virtually unanimous votes in favor :! a a r90W VALLEY, 4M' IfI a
relatives.Mr. Thomas of Starke spent Satur- Gainesville, are spending a few of the absentee ballot measure.
E. M.\ Ilazen was transacting day and Sunday here the guests of days with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wal The committee voted in favor i I Boy, page Horace Oreeley, and teUI I Park every state In the Union was in the recreation car would greet
t' business in Jacksonville last Mr. L. O. and Johnnie Lewis. rath. Mr. Renfroe is a memberof of the following measures: him the good news. The great editor's represented and 40 foreign nations'Gradually them. In the evening they would see
Bill 305 abolishing the the splendor of the Bock comfortable groups around bridge
Senate ,
thiB travel slogan was: "Do west,
Wednesday. young
1 Mr. and Mrs. R B. Thomas and year's graduating class. ics and Western America are coming tables or watching the latest movies
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott of daughter Miss Hazel spent Sundayat Mrs. Elwell Robinson! gave an automobile speed .limit.: man, go west. But little did he dream to exercise the same magnetic attraction The Club Tours from Chicago seem to
i Hague, spent Sunday afternoon : Gainesville with Mrs. Thomas' afternoon bridge Thursday in h here with his mother, Mrs. Mott. sister, Mrs. Morgan.Mr. or ot her sisters-in-law, the Misses all\ expenses of the state govern- was to go to or how many million widely known scenic wonders of distant in that period he gets aboard his
ment be paid by appropriationsmade lands have long had for Amer- special train and visits Omaha. LIn-
Messrs. Leslie and Ray Greene, and Mrs. H. O. Rivers and Meta and Annabelle Robinson of would take his advice. It 18 too bad
the and thatno icans. Last year's figures for the park coln, Sheridan Custer's Battlefield.
:,, by legislature
; and Hugh Butler Crosby were children of Melrose. Sandwiches, cake lemonade I
r' Lawley, were visiting that the department of the interior
valorem be, levied or'' and monuments, are equivalent to the Qlacler National Park White Salmon.
ad tax
visiting at Hampton last Sunday l lere last! week. and home-made candy was cannot let him know somehow that entire population of Chicago, or you the beautiful Columbia. Hlgliway.
L' Mr. Johnson of Graham, was Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. Reynoldsof served The, guests were Mrs. I collected for any special purpose. during the year 1928. 3.024.844 people could have sent there every man. Portland, Mt. Rainier National Park
4r transacting business here last Sun Graham was visiting relatives Chas. AVelnman, Mrs. Wm. Baker, The measure providing for the visited the National Parks and monument woman or child of Cleveland, Detroit Seattle, Vancouver, Lake Louise, Banff.
1 here last week.Mr Misses Gertrude I rouser, Arneeta creation of the office of State Vet- of the United States, with an and Boston. Minneapolis and St. Paul. Home again
'p day.Mr. erinarian. additional 391.371 stopping off at the "In the American Express Club after such a jaunt this type of a VRca-
H. P. .
yr Gainey was transacting and Mrs. O. W. Rivers and Ogden, Helen Ogden, Reta and An-
1 House Bill 10, prohibiting the parks north of us at Canada "West- Tours which leave Chicago every Sat- tionist can honestly boast that Mr.
bus'-ness'ln' Latwey last Tues I little daughter, Selma, were visiting nabelle Robinson. High score was ward the trend of travel la, today," urday this summer, beginning July I Greeley was right. that going West is a
day.Mr. Mrs. Rivers' father, Mr. J. 11. held by Miss Gertrude Houser, low posting of signs along highways said Ralph E. Towle, Oeneral Man- 6th. the equipment of the all steer great adventure, and that not seeing
and Mrs Lewis Shrlver Kelley. score by Mrs.' Weinman.' without written consent of land J ager of the Travel Department of the Epeclal trains would (nil the past gen- America first to quote the poet
'r' were visiting friends In Starke There was a fish( fry given at 'A large crowd attended the owners. American Express Company. "In the eration with awe and envy. Instead of Wordsworth, Is really to leave Yarrow
last Sunday. /'' the river here last Saturday week, dance given by Willis Swindle and] House Bill 122, reducing 1'1'81-1 registration books of the Yellowstone trudging wayfarers, dancing couples unvisited"
Mr. Mrs. dance requirements !111' divorce: - -- -- ---------------- -
and Cliff
r Andrews of and those who attended were: Mr. Mr. Mel Sagent at the pavilion Friday -
J Jacksonville, spent Sunday here and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, and night. tions to 'six months. I Mayo Land and Lancaster Marlanna Mnrlanna L'r' Mayo -- $222,530 will be ''\

with relatives. r hlldren of Starke, Mr. Purvis: Mrs. Chas Weinman, Mrs. El-:: House Bill) 140, concerning the t nulld'nil: completed recently.Lee Products Company purchased pend'ed for construction of hits'

Mr. D. L. Polk was transacting Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Thomas, well Robinson, Misses Helen Lawrence guardianship of,*incompetent veterans county will sell $165,000 large acreage of land in Cotton-' way between here and nranfoni
t business in Waldo' last Tuesday and son, Floyd' Miss Rhoda Thomas Gertrude Ilouser, Arneeta and minor children of disabled worth of bonds, funds to be used dalo community and are now preparing Gulf Refining Company erecting

Mr. Wall Crews of Waldo, was of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs\ and Helen Ogden were In Jacksonville or deceased veterans. I'j for hardsurfaclng ten miles high- to start development work. $35,000 service station on Dixit ,.
f visiting friends and relatives here J. B. Thomas, and daughter Hazel, \ Saturday, guests of Mrs. House Bill 145, to repeal I the way In Fort Myers-Iona road dis Lake Worth Southeasflce & Fort Pierce.

last Sunday. Mr.\ and Mrs. ;J, W. Lewis and Austin Bliss at a lovely bridge lun- law protecting fresh water mus-I trict.New Cold Storage Company will spend Ten-mile stretch of liiRhwu<.
,f Mr. Alph Hazeii was visiting In hlldren of Graham Mr. and Mrs. I cheon. 1 eels I Masonic Temple recently approximately $60,000 remodelingold from Pemwcola to Kncambiu

: Graham last Sunday afternoon. H. o. Rivers, of Lawtey, Mr. and A crowd of Keystone Heights House Bill 120, exempting: pro dedicated In Tampa. Ice plant. ;ridge will be completed by Jul\
r Miss Lillian Fogg of Graham, Mrs. W. M. Hodges[ Mr. and Mrs. I young people enjoyed a pleasant ceeds from health, accident and j --- -

attended B. Y. P. U. here last n. P. Parrish Mrs Allen Thorn- ( outing! Sunday when they took disability Insurance policies held I
--- --- by heads of families from claimsof

creditors, levy, garnishment,
The bill endorsed by the Citrus

Clearing: House Association relative -

to the shipment of green cit-
w& Lar arr rus fruits

House Bill 656 prescribing; a
method for voting by mall whenan
elector is absent from home. i
The following measures were

1 I u' '_ 41irI1I i g11Ni i1tllll; ''itq, opposed: '
= t '
l l Senate"1 Bill 265, which would
'r l h I = cSC ? j'i' ; II'' IIIII; ? repeal the act with relation! to certificate I

( r of title for motor vehicles.
IIIrVr.-, ,' A '.- -- tj tjr' Senate Bill 358 and House Joint

Resolution No. 35, wh.--i: would

repeal the amendment 1 'o..ibltlng

thelevy of Inheritance taxes.

Senate Bill 413, which! would

create an agricultural 'transporta- .
tion committee.

Senate Bill 421, whlcn would

establish a state printing plant.

Senate Bill 443, which would D p
seafoods.place a tax upon flsh and other Y

House Bill 89, which would reduce -
the automobile license tax.
House Bill 213. relative to the
; 4uNraR GROr Avvb f C ., w rh -
p construction of high tension power

( 1 ak d 4! i iv W F k' lines.

House Bill 222, which would
1 place power lines under the jurisdiction -

-- -- tulsslon.of the State Railroad Com- SATURDAYJUNF

r aI
House Bill 420, which would assess -

K franchise taxes.

IGITCKEA House Dill 427, which.would assess -
.1' EO ..rt.rl1LL
9'L'II'4i' annual license tax upon for-

eign and domestic corporations.House .

.wnv -r wr Bill 453, which would
require life insurance companies
to Invest In Florida seventyfiveper

; cent of the premiums collected 1

r I from policy holders.
tt t House Bill 59,2, which would
DEO i. ..,..n'',. appropriate $100,000 to, enable
the state to co-operate with the

t( I Ir' federal government in mating a

+c survey for a ship channel across A NEW SIX AT A PRICE WITHIN THE ..REACH OF MILLIONSOn
1 v the state.
s as d House Bill 661, which would
't .
r UtJt, create a State Public Utllltltes Saturday, Buick will present the new hand of Fisher design. In its balance and

Commission. Marquette-designed by Buick engineers and poise you will see experienced engineering.

1 ""' .1 House Bill 674, which would built in Buick factories. Marketed as an addlAnd in performance-that final standard by

Y \J1r2 FLOOR.' PLMUyfF regulate the drilling and use of artesian tional member of the Buick family,it will In no which all cars are fudged-you will find the

.!I #<*--"" wells. way affect Buick itself. Buick will continue to Marquette leading its price class
_I 1 House Bills 716 and 944. imposing the byan impres-
RSt,1Jwli: l.M-'IA'KXCK: : : IN THIS gable, variegated -shingle -roof- -, In one -end of the house. One of I I i special taxes on cosmetics, of express the Fine car policies field that for made the past it the leader sive margin. $p: Be on hand when this eventful

ItUXCULOW half timber work, sturdy door of these bed rooms has a very attractive perfunkcs, tobacco products and quarternew car 1 Is shown Saturday. See what,, a
r century. $! In the smart, comfortable bodies
sold! sticks ,Iron hinges, lantern window seat and both candles. remarkable new automobile Buick has pro-
: (By R. C. Hunter & Bro.. Archa., and hardware, all lend their charmto have plenty of closet space. A House Bill 752, providing for a of the Marquette you will recognize the fine duced at a price within the reach of millions.

1 1r New York.) the general effect. tiled bath and well equipped tax on lubricating oil.! BUICK MOTOR
p Here is a unique bungalow along In addition to the charming ex kitchen complete the arrangement. House Bill 969 assessing an ad- COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN
Division! ; of
i "tiugllsh lines. Low broadness' terior, the house is well planned The steam heating plant, cold ditional tax of two cents per gal Canadian ,ac I 0'I.. Corporation Moron II u lid... of
t gives the appearance that the within. The combined living room room etc., are to be found In the lon on gasoline and 10 cents per Mctaughiin Buick O.howa. Onto Buick and Marqu.". Molar cars

_ house has "grown" in its! setting- and dining room Is very large and cellar.A gallon on lubricating oil.
it 8 ts. there is a very attractive dining lot with a frontage of not less The legislative committee of the
Comfort and substantlabiltty are alcove off the.kitchen where one than 65 feet would give a good Chamber Is composed of the fol- Register Motor

suggested by the large chimney may serve the meals on more In- setting) for this bungalow. lowing: a. Q. Ware, Leesburg, CompanyStarke

+, 'ot brick and stone and it providesthe formal occasions. Complete working plans and specifications chairman, Herman A. Dann. St.
living room with a huge fire Two bed rooms both with ample for this house may be Petersburg; Joe H. Gill Miami;

; place where the large logs can light and cross ventilation and obtained for a nominal sum from Dr. Burdette G, Lewis, Penney Florida

.burn' cOldly in the winter. space allowed for the various the building editor. Refer to Farms, and Lewis Lively, Talla- WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES: ARE BUI LT BUICK WILL BUILD THEMa
tucco sides, brick vestibule pieces of furniture are to be found house A-118. hassee. _

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.:',_..--------------04O' afternoon on a. charge of getting .....;;;.. ;.;;; ; .. body is Invited. Padgett and Bob Surrency- --were---- I ....NN q....;;.... "V".,

i money under false pretense on !Mrs II. D. !May enteria ned witha business visitors! to Siurke Thurs- I "

j t New Florida in Short Paragraph complaint of a local or'ental rugdealer ; I : HAMPTON, r rI. beach party at Hampton Beach\ day morning I : TIIERESSA : I '
Ml Arts .
after Nlmmo Cor.froth
he had taken ten- 'I
tt a last Friday evening In honor of Mrs. Nlta Padgett was a visitorto 1 Miss Rhoda Zrlglrr" Cor. 01.1

t- day option on a fourteen-room I....................A... MH: | Edith May Jones and Mr. M. Starke Thursday afternoon. A "
apartment building on Snell Isle ........................ ;\ .
: .>f :Sir. John HolmM r Sweeney. A pleasant evening; Among those from here attend-
and had bought/ nearly halt a mil- to business In Starke Last Friday afternoon Mr. J. E. ;'//fi,
Live State .vus (enjoyed after which l ice cream nR Thursday
NewsI lion dollars worth of furniture >. Bonn was born in Werlem- 6's;' i'
:and' cake was served abundantly. alternoon were: Messrs" A n. Adkina gave the high school pupils -

musical Intsruments, rugs, tapestries bur;". Germany in 1864, lie received the participants of this enjoyable Brown and Leon [Dryden and Mrs on his bus a swimming' party ':ii.

r paintings statuary antiques, his customary education. occasion were Mr. Ii\!. C. Sweeneyand Eva: Strickland.Mra. chaperoned by Mrs. A, L. Sullivan ,

silverware: and diamonds, an automobile When he reached the age of fifteen Miss Edith May Jones, Mr. Schell; Byrd returned last at beautiful Crystal lake. :Everyone -

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES and had retained a re- years he began to study the and Mrs. 11. D May Mr. and Mrs. week after spending; some time in had a nice time. '

tinue of eleven servants, all without d'fference'! between sovereigntyand : I W, H. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. L. Waldo. Mr. and !Mrs. D. W. Moore were ( :

_. _._'._ _'._._ __ .__ the down payment of a penny. citizenship which Induced him J. Wynn Mr. and Mrs C, L. !May Miss Lois Galney of Brooker, visiting In Clearwater last week- I
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': to look for a country where men Mr nnd Mrs. W H. Maxwell, Mr. was a visitor here Friday after end. .

!la'ksonvl11e-L. M. Dyal, from agriculture. It was announced at Tallahassee-Florida wild life are sovereigns; lie was told that and Mrs L. J. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. noon. Mrs. T. M.\ Hagan of Hampton 'I ;

I?! v sheriff, died here today headquarters!' here tonight. lovers are watching the progress/ America was the place When\ he W B Alexander. Miss Wllma Alexander Mrs Cecil Rafuse ot Starke, was has been every ill. She was

", nods received in a gun fight ot a bill Introduced In the legislature was 16 years old he called for Koaco and Wilson May. visiting her mother, Mrs. J Elizabeth brought here last Sunday to the 'f{ ;

M"nday night with Nathan Jones, Tallahassee A $4.000.000 permitting the federal government America, and landed in New York. Dryden Friday.Messrs. home of her daughter: Mrs II. D. ,i';' '

n I! roc in which Jonea and J. J. plant, to be located on Tampa Day, to acquire land In Flor- November the 2nd, 1881, he enlisted ..><* ..... ....vloolse"'s ....... Fate Brown and Lu/lan May. We are all /glad to report '.'1"" iI

er, a detective, also were fa- Is In the United States Thomas visitors she Is nicely. '
!liarl> being/ planned by the American! ida for the establishment ot mlga- army. were here Satur- Improving (

u' wounded. The shooting oc- Cyanamid Company and the trustees tory bird refuges.: The measure He was transferred. to Camp fior- J / Jlcacfi : day.Mr. Mr. Madison Hall celebrated his :;; t't

I md when the officers attempted of the Internal Its advocates declare, would place don, ,,Atlanta Ca. where he was : and Mrs Claude Brown and 73rd birthday last Sunday by haying ',. i
Improvementfund ...t.......... ..... '
..1"rest Jones on a charge of mo- were asked today by a representative Florida In line: to profit by the law detailed! sergeant, first class, 10' children and !Mr, nnd !Mrs. Kills 1: a birthday dinner at Crystal ,'YaE! !. ,

a negro girl. the quartermaster department, Mrs [L. M Murrhee and two Starling of lake. ( large crowd enjoyed C+
i i 1lIg of the concern for recently passed by congress appropriating I as I Sampson City weretlsiting Quite a !; ; ; 1
e enough state land to complete the $8,000,000 to be expended an Instructor. : i hlldreu. have returned home after Mr. and Mra.\ A. G. Brown the day with him. M

illuhaaHce --Fire" originating In project. The trustees were advised during'the next 10 yearsIn Ilohn was In the seventh regiment : 'i I spending a few days In Folk- Saturday. Misses Mamie and Florence Bender 1 .

i mattress factory of the menu that the company alreadyowns acquiring, developing and protecting during the Spanish-American !I stew (Oa. the guests of relatives. Mr, and 111 rll. Raven lines[: ot of Orange Heights,; were visit't, ,

i 's and arts building of the several thousand acres where areas suitable for bird refuges war which regiment played an active Quito a large rro'wd from here Cooler Pond were visitors hero Ing relatives here last Sunday "'

part In the assault on KlCuny attended church at Kvergreen: Saturday Saturday afternoon !Mrs C. L. May of Hampton, was
i .iUlu, A. and M.\ college for ncg- the plant is to be built but that !'n the several states. Under the "

resulted in damage of ap- It was necessary to get permission terms of the federal law no deedsof Cuba. night and Sunday. Mr! and Mrs J. H[ Surrency visiting: ; Miss Ida Hogan Tuesday ;
While on the Inland. Bohn Mss Bertlce Irllfis of LawteyIs and ,\lmately $40,000 late today. to use certain state lands to conveyance\ to any such area was Roy und Cleo
taken sick and sent back to this spending this week here, the Reynolds attended Mr. and Mrs H. 'Zelgler of 'r; 1,
i ,inloss, was partly covered by f'niHh: the construction.! The federal can be accepted by the federal government 1 a limit fry on :

'iirance. Fire and water dam- government has already I until the state In which country for treatment lie was fciiesl. of her sisters, Mrs. Lacy Lake Santa Fe Saturday' night. I Gainesville, were dinner guest 1 {

,i d the drawing room, carpentry, granted such authority, it was the area lies has passed an enab- an Inmate of Hahnemnnn hospital. :I Norman and 11rs.farv'n! Thompson. Mr\ J Eddie: Wasdln ot Waldo, Sunday ot his parents !Mr. and. ,f i .

After he had recuperated he wan a visitor here Mrs J. J. Zelgler.Mr. ; J
i "totnoblle, and mechanics shops. stated ling act. Such lands are to be acquired rejoined Saturday night 'l
by purchase lease or gift. ]his regiment at Ft. Wayne Mrs Johnnie Johnson spent a Messrs. Lonnle Holllns and Kd-: and Mrs. M. W. Lee and \\l' ;

1'f'1ll1al'ola-OI1' lily death bed Ind., where he received Ills discharge :i few days In Union county last dM Burton of Waldo: were vlH'tors children arrived here Tuesday afternoon .+ ..

Orlando-Division of the quar- papers In 1899. He rendered '|I week the guest ot her daughter, here Sunday.! from Miami. We are gladto .'J
,, \V. V. Persons, 54, signed a
i day antine Ft. Meade A slow down of
.lament. absolving his 18 area e'ght districts to service with the coast artillery Mrs. Arthur Grantham. Mr.\ Luclan Thomas and have them back with us. 1 +
year of watermelons and ;
facilitate fly eradication work was shipment I Mr. and !Mrs. J Freeman _
at various points: During hedge Cleo were visitors here
George of all blame in
ui'! ton announced green corn from Fort Meade this slsler'l
fatal wounding of the father. today at Joint headquarters his army service he secured nine I and "i' of week gave Indication that the season -
shot plant quarantine and discharges and every one was Sunday here the guests of Mrs. H.i Dynl) of Gainesville, were visitors er's Platform at Palmetto lisa ,i
l I', ions. It was said, was Mayi control administration for these two products of Ft.Mendn's .
United i X
while his eon and he engaged marked "character excellent." On i Crawford here Sunday inn 'miiug. proven great success during this
i :
i Stales rch combination soil has "
struggles for iioBst-BHlon of a department of agriculture June the 1st, 1911 he was placedon Mr. U. N. Crawford spent Sunday Mr. und Mrs.\ Tom11811'11 of its first season! It was first opened '
in < and the state reached and passed Its peak. Ten \
plan board: District list. moved at Woodlawn the guest ot Uov. Cth ot last and
the believed the retired\ He to Waldo) were visitors here Sunday. out October year 'j'
which boy
(unin was extend from carload of corn were sent out last :
Jacksonville to the .]1). L. ;
from Flor Phillips. lifts been since. Up I
Hampton Brooksvitle a busy place
Mr. and Mrs\ ]1. M.\ Galney and
-i week this week only eight "
I n! northeast ; cars
portion of Polk county ida. He was a quiet pca<'*ful resident Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and Misses Pearl and Loin ialney( and to last Saturday night, there had ,
with a newly appointed district Inspector rolled. Shipments by carload lots Mr. and Mrs) L. M. IMurrhee ;
always pleasant and cheerful were Lubodta been" approximately 46,703 pack-
PiuholMter ot Bruokcr,
Mr.\ and Mrs. Minorv
I'finipa- In full charge of all departments of green corn will likely cease af- ultors: : '
; to Slarke 1
middle lie was a great sufferer" from an Saturday after wore visitors here Sunday afternoon ages of vegetables passing( over "
aged couple
((IOW" of eradication work in ter another week though express '
noon. the bringing total of
eating cancer.A platform n
., Including national guardsmen I few days before his death he I Mr. 'alter Lee of Russell, wasa Messrs I Eddie and l KvevetteWu cash miles of 11705773. In addition I
a 1,000-mile hike from their trucks will continue to haul corn
and laborers. Jo nt fly eradication accepted Jesus as his Savior, told visitor hero Sunday. dln (If'uldo., \\'el'U'Istm's: to these, there were (68,70() '}' .,
W. Va.
home In Illnton to find away. The watermelon shipments
forces have grown to more his relatives and fr:ends that he 1II1'-an.l Mrs. Levy NOI'mll1111nd here Sunduy.Mr. quarts of strawberries selling for
in.'.. won they sought had left the! than -1500 did not fall very far behind lastweek's
Mention.( home here a week ago men. In addition there output. The b'ggest melonsare was at peace with nod! and ready I children of Vanderbilt were visitors l- ll. M. Johnson was: a visitor $8! ,(>
are citizens'! committees and vol- to die. He had his casket prepared here Sunday. to Brooker) Sunday afternoon. for the plutTorm for the season of '':(I!
,The boy, J Ernest, 14, disappeared workers doing cleanup gone however, and there will I '
njiteer 0 1 1e
/ feeling the soft fluffy linings, $125,725.81. 6'
,near Lake City last January while work In many localities. be less and less until the season remarked "Holm rent In ..............ww....... Among those from here who attended -. -

i the family was on a trip through stops. There are several younger ciin I. the Ice cream supper nt ( ''
there." lie died May the 17, 1929! Plana underwayfor 4
GRAHAM the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Florida, the parents said. Tampa-V. L. Brnhaker, of patches of melons and corn here ; : local
and was laid to rest In the Hampton Iniirlovlng\ ; hospital.
Brown of
Sampson Friday night
and there in this vicinity, so the
Largo/ convicted
by five-man Tallahassee
a cemetery. The funeral servicewas ............ ... .. \ --- Trinity Metho4
Tallahassee conditional;\ local market at least, will be i... were: Mr. and Mrs. A. (t. Brown, '
In : 'R.
Jury crlm'nal court here yester- conducted by Rev. F. !M. Tay- dst cliurch) ( repaired.Fort 1. i
ilon has been granted by the stale day of possession and transportation abundantly supplied with these Mr. Itroward Strickland of and children, Miss Cl'deIor1nll! /: & Myers -- Construction of I
10.', assisted by Hev. Clarke, of y
Pauline !
board of pardons to Robert Ala-\ of liquor, probably will hold two commodities for. some time to Starke, was a visitor here Tues- Mills. bridge across Caloosahatchea River .
Waldo % Mrs C. S. Hough/ und !Mrs. J. C -
!lone, serving three years In the a grudge against the Mediterranean come. I day afternoon. progressing KU'iidlly
Ho leaves to h's loss besides -
mourn Padgett, were visitors here Mon-
into penitentiary from Dade coun- fruit fly he 'j !Mr. Newn Burney of Starke, was ,
pest as long as
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a host of friends, a wife, Mrs.
day morning.\ /
i\ for manslaughter. The case was I a visitor hero Tuesday afternoon.
lives. Drubaker'a arrest and con- ..*....>.>.>>vV.4...>*.. I John Bohn. : Mr.[ Sclic-ll nYI'dVa... a business
i>rr tented at a special meeting of viction followed an attempt by o Messrs Curl Jones and Leon" 666
KVEKOKKK.V: : (' ,the board recently by State Sena- two Hillshorough; county traffic of- Dryden were business visitors to

101' William C. Hodges: who detared ftcert\ A. l:. Cranthum and H. O. lMrs.: F. i\. Uo ler, Cor.) + I wish to thank those who rendered Starke Tuesday afternoon Mrs It. !M. Johnson was shop- Is a Prewript'on: for )\$

i' that the crime fur wh'ihUitlone : Martin to search hs: automobilefor service lo my loved one dur- Mr.\ A. ti. Brown and son, J. U., plug In (:ahlt'svtlleIonday.! Cold, Grippe, Fill. HI'1l.tt"IUI- {x',
.. ..................... i i ]St
Mr. and Mrs 0. p. Wad-jworth Inns l .I'Vvi-r ami Mivlarlji.: '
was convicted was apparently citrus fruit on the night of ing his sickness and death. I am- were business visitors to Sturke
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers and were shotttt tog In Gainesville Mon [ It Is the remedy .
justified. :May 4. While the search was In thankful for every kindness ii; Wednesday afternoon I most speedy 1

4 .. progress. Brubaker leaped out of I children, of Waycross, Ga., Mr. and eluding the beautiful floral offerIngs !MeHHrs. Leon Brydon, Arlie day. known. tl
St. Petel'8burg-Anna Marla Ills automobile which had been Mrs. J. D. Peele and daughter I and words of consolation! Rrouguton, und John- Ward were

Key a bird sanctuary near the halted on Memorial\ highway near were the guests of Mrs Hester Mrs.,John Bonn 11 visitors to Starke Wednesday af-

mouth of Tampa bay, is about to I the county line and he sought to, Sapp Saturday afternoon. -T" :\1 iis:'limiiia:: IHshop 1 ;;'- ternoon.Mr. :

IK. depopulated of Its feathered Inhabitants escape Into the woods. J. n. Sapp and daughter: Mattie, Mrs. Emma Bishop died' at the \ Lonnie Rollins of Waldo. We can eta p your f y

by a band of wild cats.: spent the week-end here with home of her daughter, !Mm, K I B. I was a visitor here Tuesday nfternoon. Yrs 8 HRS

'I I lie cats originally were taken to Gainesville{ -- Convicted of violation relatives. Watterson of our town May the STORAGE! QATSmith's TEBY InMelbouine
Mr. and Mrs II. T. Redding were II ,1 {,
the Island years ago as pets and of the national prohibitionlaws 23rd. Mrs. Bishop was born In Misses Pauline Mills and Thelmn

abandoned when settlers left the J. P. Porter and Mattie Por- called to (Hen St. Mary Monday Mecklenburg county. Virginia She Brown were visitors to Hrooker : '
account of the death of themson's
on 1 a
inland: In succeeding generations: ter, of near Waldo, yesterday were was married: Mr, C II. Bishop of Tuesday afternoon.

they have become more and more sentenced l by County Judge n. D, baby. Virginia. Their union was bless Messrs. Schell Byrd and 1>. Rlck- Starke & J

wild, until they flee at the approach Hlers to pay fines and serve prison Her. Barnes of Woodlawn, ed with ten children, three ot orson, were attending to I business G / i

of man. and fight like fury sentences. Motions for new trials preached a very Interesting sermon whom preceded her to the grave. In Starke Thursday morning arage Fla. B: *. -c ca1
here Sunday. !
when cornered. for the pair were overruled by She had been visiting her chil- Messrs. It. S. Wasdln, Henry
Mi and, Mrs. Levy Norman and I
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Judge (liters J. P, Porter was dren In J Florida when death over-
children, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
Tallahassee--The State Prison sentenced to pay a fine ot $500 and took her Mrs. B'shop: had won
and children, spent Sunday with
Department has ordered an Inves- costs and serve three months In many friends while here and will
B. E Rosier and Another, Mrs. J,
i gallon: of the recent shooting by j Jail with an additional three ever be missed In this community.
guards of four prisoners, one of months term in event of failure to She was a member of the !Missionary I
.'. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and
whom was probably fatally wounded pay the flue. Mattie Porter was Baptist (church and was faithful q
two sons Rudolph and Cedrlc '
during an attempted getawayof sentenced to pay $350 and costs In her church attendance as ;
of the State Farm spent the week-
convicts at a road camp near and serve three months prison sentence long as her health permitted.
end with Mrs. Hester Sapp.St CALLING ;{ 'j
Cariabelle Fla., It was announcedhere with three months more in The funeral services were con-
Clair Moseley spent Saturday
today. E. L. Smith, serving event of failure to pay the fine. ducted at the home last Friday af- :
night with his cousin! Eugene For-
fifteen years from Dade county for ternoon at one o'clock by Rev. Nor-

burglary was shot through the St. Petersburg Every ava'l-: syth.R.. I rls of Lacrosse pastor of the Baptist I"
S. Rosier was a visitor to
kidney and may die. lIe was taken able policeman, city detectivesand church here and Rev. Dixon To
Starke Saturday.
to the state hospital at Chatta- deputies from the sheriffs of- pastor of the Christian church You
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Sanderson -
hoochee for treatment. fice were on duty tonight In the The remains were carried to
were the guest ot H. J E. Rosier -
negro section of this city. They South HIP; Va., and entered In the

Tallahassee--Fire which startedin were detailed to prevent any possible and mother Sunday afternoon. Lions Methodist cemetery, beside and Your Car'I
Mildred Sapp spent the week-
the engine; room causing a tankof outbreak ot racial troubleas her husband. who preceded her '
end with her cousin Louise Ros "
gasoline to explode destroyed n. result of the shootng! to two years ago. 'i
ier. ;
the steam patrol boat; SKC-10, of death of Herman Merrell. 80yearold She leaves to mourn her loss, .'.; '
Rev. L. A, Donnelly of Starke ,
the State Shell Fish Department lawyer, and Wayne Barry, city besides a large host of friends sev- J" 1.,' ,
filled his regular appointment here
while the boat was at anchor off detective, by George: James, negro' Saturday. en children; one son, Chas. Bishop : i
St. Marks light; yesterday. The burglar, who was In turn killed of Savannah, Ga.; six daughters I k
B. J E. Rosier and Leslie McClel- .
vessel was turned over to the state by Detective Ed Patrick. The po !Mrs. J. B. Ward of South
lan were visitors to Starke Saturday '
of Florida some time ago by the lice were Instructed by Chief of Hill Va.; Mrs. S. M. Douglas; of ::;

tederal government by act of con- Police R. If. Noel to break up all Fentress Va. ; Mrs L. J. Klllolt of .'. t
MI', and Mrs. P.. S. Rosier and 1-
Rresd. It was presented as a gift I gatherings of white men In and children were the guests ot Mr. Norfolk Va.; Mrs. A. 0. Watson, .t' A. week or two In the mountains will prove "t,, ,

and had been used by the state asa about the negro section. No one of South hut Va., !Mra. J(. B. Wat ideal vacation. Itrralhe of health- I ; : t
and Mrs. J. D Peele Sunday afternoon an deep '.
floating fish hatchery. The loss wall permitted to go Into the negro terson of Hampton, Fla. ; and !Mrs. \. 1" '
Hlmated. by Shell Fish Commls- section unless on business that A. A. Futch of Leesburg. giving ozone; sleep under blankets at ni,;lil. / "I:,
f f1'1
Mr.\ and Mrs. Marion Crews and

00,000.!:< children of (the state farm'attended I beautiful flowers and gently borneto 1=I F fernery . Do two thing ttt make your ,, !. 'it i+

4 church here Saturday night. I the train by the active pallbearers 1'' declination gi' iii
-- trip more jtleumtnt; ((1)) pick your .";...JIt
Dartow-J. A. llendry, former Orlando-One new Infestation I : M L. Watteriton, L. J, -. ,'' and then let the Standard Oil Touring ,t '
has been ....>.....>..>.*...>...* ',
ate citrus Inspector was found ot t the Mediterranean fly Wynn J, B. Prevail J. J F. Houser.J. Service '"
( J route jour trip; ((2)) keep jour motor -
guilty on the second count of an t18'overecheadquarters! \ of the V. Jones and A A. Durden. .
: NEW) RIVER : ,? at its heat with
indictment charging bribery and state plant board announced to- rh

accepting: remuneration from private : night.; The Infested property Is Miss\ Elsie Sapp, Cor. Mrs. L. A. Johns entertained "J{
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sources while acting as an appointive three miles east of Wetrsdale In ..N.N v.......$ b... the Ladles Council of the Christian ,ijl

officer of the state of Marion county and Is the farthest church at her home last Wednesday CROWN f
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas of 1 ,
"Florida at his trial here growingout northwest point: yet Infested. afternoon. The subject for 1lll'
Lulu. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mott of
of green fruit shipments last Guard and quarantine lines were discussion was "Bible Messages
Brooker Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Kerce I '
ear. The bribery count was moved to conform with the new Needed Today." An interesting .1
pf Lake Butler, attended chuch at 1 fii1t :t ta A'
announced. devotional enjoyed af-
dropped when the court upheld a area. It was period was

defense contention that the information guardsmen today began the inspection Long Bridge Sunday. ter which the hostess assisted by j :

filed in the case was not of baggage for transpor- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richardsonand Mrs. Karl Saxon served delicious | ///GAS 0 LINE l, J
children of Chipley, spent last /
:ufficiently specific. A second innrmation tation by bus lines operating out ice cream aud frosted cake.

has been died by the of Orlando at the bus terminal week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Saxon of Pompano Is I ; J i t tI
Mrs. S. C. Crews
"ounty solicitor, In the bribery rather than at the quarantine lines visiting her mother Mrs. Thomas I /

"aile and at the same time actual Inspection Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter. Dyal. ,..d.r.l. INI T......* S.r.l.-.,426 w.Bloom Su,Loul.vll/ .Ky, .f1t/t:/ ;1 .j

) baggage was Instituted. Essie and Messrs. Jewell Wiggins Sirs. J. C. Caldwell has aa her ._.Id..7.oI-u..I"rerl" i

Orlando With the announce- Baggage so Inspected Is sealed and and Sarah Kelly were visiting/ guest this week Mrs. Alice Black, STANDARD OIL Touring Service ate. ., f fat f

ment of two new Infestations out- marked at the terminal and all Starke aturday, of Green Cove Springs.: 426 W. Bloom l St., Lnuinvllle, Ky., I* -- E ;t'

ide the so marked are passed with- Quite-a large crowd attended Mrs. P. B. Hunt returned to her the !. : '
quarantined parcels .peruiflilor convenience of uolorbU.
previously -- ?
Long Bridge church Sunday. Ev- "ftft::;:: _.....,;:...."-'toI _L'... CI
area additional national guards- out Inspection at the quarantinelines. home here last Sunday after a vis- !Maprsndup-to.lateauthentieinformatlon\
eryone reported a nice time. "n....
It with her daughter Mrs. S. M.
men establish
have been ordered to '
Mr. S, C. Crews and son, J. E. fin "bent roads and route anywhere In the ,
extra posts near Halnea City, Simmons of Sparr. Add.-
''n the flght on the Mediterraneanfruit St. Petersburg Dr. Charles were visitors to Starke Saturday Elsie Sparkman of Branford Is I United Stair will be cheerfully furnished rl" t

fly. The two new Infestations Emerson Sargent Maltland self- afternoon visiting he.r aunt Mra. Jennie Hoper upon retjuecL city; rr

one In the city of Klsslmroce styled head of the Maitland Foun- Mrs. B. F." Ronfroe was visitingher -

in Osceolr. county, and the dation hospitals In this country daughter. Mrs. P. B. Crews In Revival services will begin at I

other four and one half miles and Europe and heir to millions Lake Butler-Saturday night. the Methodist church next Friday l1 W J ''IR -
northwest of Halnes City, in Polk remained a most contented prisoner evening May the 3 Int. They will L COM PANS

(county were discovered by Inspector In the city Jail here tonight t. Eustis Powell's studio and be conducted by Rev. Churchwell .<

of the state plant board as much a man of mystery as ever. tore moved to remodeled quarters of Alachua. assisted by the pastor.
and United States department of Maitland was arrested yesterday j Rer Clarke, of Waldo. Every-!:


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and calling another late In the
.II/lI..1/: l' 'Kl>.>lal<>rH Wiint Rest lle' summer, "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"

d; MAY IIANKKT SIIOWKK Mrs O. I L. Bcasley chairman, Mrs. fortKlm: 1 yltv'llag.Tallahassee "It Is costing the state approximately I RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE, STARKE, FLORIDA

AT HAMPTON: L H. Hill, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs.J. $4000 a day with the pres- I

M. Brownlee and Miss Ethel t ent staff of attaches and employee
May 2i.-Oovel'nor!
Criflln. All members of the chapter and the salaries of the legislators,: ," P ound d
The home of Mrs. W. B. Alex Carlton In determined to keep BACON ffggflfgaf 16c
he explained "An adjourned ses- -
anjler presented an attractivescene cordially invited to attend Florida's harrassed l lawmakers al ,

last Friday afternoon, when Mlsa Amelia Ray, President. their desks at the state capitol un slots railed a month or two after

"' Miss Wilma Alexander and Mrs -: tit some feasible: method U devised this session adjourns sine d'e next

'Wilson O. Bennett, of Hawthorn, SUSS ts:\'.\ HTANHBfKYK.NTKIITAIVH :' I to overhaul the present system Friday because would the extra cut this session cost in would half SUGAR SM.7W10 Pounds 51c

q entertained with a mlscellaneoui : I: of taxation.
be devoted exclusively to consideration
ft bride shower in honor of Mini With the house befogged by

t q Edith! May Jones whose marriage Miss Edna Stansbury entertained multiple compromise tux plans, the of tax legislation. We i PILLSBURY

!, ; to Mr M. C Sweeney, Jr., wall ) with a dinner party honoring I majority of representatives rapid would" not need so much extra : FLOUR BEST --Z4 rounds, $118
take place In early June. Miss Iva lloyd, a senior of Brad- ly approaching; the breaking point, j
iinu. !'It (riuio jI
t As the guests arrived, they were ford high school. I mental and physical, as a result (H I
1 received by the hoHtesxes and ask- The rooms were decorated with of three hectic weeks of wrangling Representative: Glllls of Walton
I>, I} their in the !May i county, former senator and vet- RICE I 5 pounds 25c
cd to place gifts the clans flower, (the slmsla daisy : over the original administrationtax PJ'IBESTIOLE, GRAIN ,
eran legislator; favors an adjourned -
basket which was stationed by the : the affected
It was also used for favors. program, and senate
front door. The basket was made Out of town guest was M'ss: (! to a less degree by the attack session in August or September

) of pink and white crepe paper( Pearl Campbell of Alachua. After of "nerv'eH" pressure will be "There is virtually no possibility ", f

!{ ?; with a huge; bow on the handln\ dinner the guests motored to I'I'I brought to bear upon the governor of getting; through next week"such, SOUP -ALL JtINDSS r r r tan He I
CilllH said. "I have never seen
The living room's color motif predominated I Kingsley lake. The guests all congratulated this week In an effort to postpone '
chaos. Members of the house I
18; : in pink and white also Miss Boyd and wished the Inevitable extra session until I

Little Marguerite Houser and I her every success In life. August or September. am convinced, have reached the COFFEE lJIAXJVBLIJlOUSB
] exhaustion point, mentally and I .46c
Shirley Colley both dressed in -
9 s *
sent to the I t'rlwjIn ( (< N physically.: So with these condl. I
delicate green were muma: ri.VIl MKKTH: : I This in the status of affairs In I what
a --0rl home of Miss Jones to escort her tlons prevailing cannot see I
Tallahassee and the resultof
'' i ; to the festive affair. After arriving ton'ght possible good can come out of pro BLUE

the honoree was presentedwith Members or the afternoon bridge conferences between governor longing the present session until MALT RII LON 3Poundcan59c
and his friends, who cannot believe -
entertainedby of is enacted
a silver "queen"' crown, and club were delightfully some* sort tax plan
4 ascended her throne, which was Miss\ Mabel Weller, Friday af- any real good; can come out Into law. The longer we are kept

in the pnk'! t ternoon at her home. I of an extra" session beginning next here the worse the situation becomes BEST

r, and tastefully white arranged shades. Upon openingher The guests spent an enjoyable : Saturday, promises to be the crisis: Therefore, I believe the LARD -COMPOUND 2 Lbs. 25c :
of the administration.
( eyes, after being blind-folded, afternoon playing auction bridge, I present best plan would be to afford every .1
the bride-elect beheld the beautiful and when the scores were com- I' So many new tax- plans have member on opportunity to become -

rv May basket, carried byIartha! pared, prizes were awarded Mrs ,been proposed since Governor Carlton familiar with the various tax BROOMSFourStrio139c
in his address to the joint'session !
and Mrs C. A. hear what
r Joyce Johns and Doris Rutledge. N. Sternberg plans now proposed,
; i After offering the basket, other Knight for holding top scores. virtually left the problem In'the of our constituents think of the '
_ A tempting salad course was revising the present system plans to solve Florida's greatest
v gifts were brought In and Mrs. C. '
? L. May and Mrs. C. O. Manalre served by the hostess to the players hands of the legislature that they problem'," PEAS ISaagNo.2can.2for25c f '

opened and displayed the numer- who were as follows: Mrs. A. cannot be accurately tabulated. Procedure In calling extra ses

ous and lovely articles. Z. Adkins, Mrs. W. M Wainwright: Every hour brings Its new proposals. alone Involves the serving of no-

+ this "bride's rec- Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. E. L Additional pennies on gaso- tice by the governor on both
(, Following a I SISSS"No. 2 2 for f 25c
line; taxes on lubricating oils; on CORN
a ; ipe" contest was enjoyed. i..isa Biggs. Mrs. C. A, Knight. Mrs. N. "luxuries," amusement tickets : branches of such intentions, together can,

\da Nimmo winning first prize, Sternberg and Mrs L. Wyman. with outlining the purposesfor
and Miss Jessie Mead the booby 4- taxes on everything under the which the adjourned' meetingis
sun, plus new and puzzling methods -
called Governor Martin called I
prize. U'KH'AL: l'KHilt.\.M CHEESECREAM Pound 27c
to divide and reallocate the -
At the conclusion of this entertaining BROADCAST one in 1925. There have been a .
present five cent tax on gasoline '
few others In Florida's history.
delicious sandwich
;, game, a -
a l., course with fruit punch was serv Thursday evening a delightful 'jlnlalorH; "Jumpy"The But the big; question as far as

r ed. musical program, sponsored by strains of worry has left Governor Carlton's administrationIs I I FREE Lemonade Served All!! Bay---Come and set! Yours!!

1 Over forty guests were present the Folnsntt'a: Ice Cream Company its mark on the faces of membersof concerned, Is the date of the adjourned -
both branches, Governor Carl- session in 1929. Thegovernor
under the of Mrs. J.
l i at this delightful social function dliectlonshlp
and leaders of the factions determined ---- --- -- -- -
ton today is to" -
S Butler of Waldo broadcastover "
} Those from out uf town attendingwere l
supporting and\ opposing the administration continue the present session" be- i _____ __
at Gainesville. --- ----- -- ------ ----- --
: Mrs. W. O. Bennett, Mrs
The rendered was made programs, old and ginning next Saturday, unless thelegislature IlAPTiST: tnrnev for the. Twenty-Hlxlli|' ,
F. W Capell, Mrs J. C. Meekin program I: Circuit of Florida I ., _
I I to show i
and works tax "
new. Senators representativesaro out some
i3" ', and M'ss: Vera Mae Kelley, all of I I up of the following Starke musicians ;rDt: l1.1\1!\ for tin. Honorable A. /. .Adl n,
Hawthorn the H. II. S. Glee Club, becoming "jumpy" and the plan from the maze of proposals Sunday school at 10 a m. J. F, aDiLl ..ludxiof:; the ,Halil court Florida':t Sin t.':: I:'' ",
!. In' Jiradforil county ,, ,n ''I
debate on the floor of the house now on the calendar Ills friends
Miss Ethel Griffin, Miss\ Mildred: Klckliter, supt. tv In the nor< said t rlitult on i ,
--.- Gill, Misses Florence] and Eliza this afternoon further reflectedthe I counsel I walt.ng: at 1 least a month Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. caYe'.S 22nd, day of June, A. U. 1!it 2'J. ,.n, ,
MISSIIH: I.UNA:: ItFIJd.IN: : : itI beth Andrews John l'owellVea- tghtly! stretched and will present their arguments Junior B. Y. P. U. leader, Mrs. ;\fir, and Mri. Lorenzo D. Green; u'do ", not A. ba M, validated why Saul. and b".ni i",i ixhoulil .

I thEO: SII EI.\Bit I1ONOI5KO: : ley Stearns' Owen Grlllln, Paul the nerves of the tax wearied' rep-I 1 to the chief executive: Monday Raymond, will meet at 7 p. m.Mldwek Starke daughter. May 25th. /tlrmed.TJ1i.

Knight, Nolan Canova and Bill resentatives. Long addresses, delivered morning.CHMtST. : service: at 8 p. m. :Mr. and MU\ 's. E. F. Redding.Ualford cumnuind ItF.F'HI you ;nnd: TJIKSF each"' :of AUK ..v

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Knight entertained I Duncan. in the humid, sticky cham- ------4--- -- Wednesday. non, May 2fitu. hereby required to t y.ni ami.' t u
with n dance at the Wom 1 her dealt with tax subjects\ far Mr.\ and Mrs.\ John Hall,'Starke. before the I I'f V.. AilUm,:
FOR ALL-ALL'OR CHRIa II Judge of the said ,court lit Sim. I"
an's Club Friday evening: In honorof removed from the issues under eon, May 23th. lirnilford ,
i-ouiity: Florida at ici''
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G +0 4r N fltURfl'B.ble ,
FIRST CHRISTIAN: o'clock A. M. on the 22nd
Miss Lena Belle Shepard:\ and .I eonsideration'Fervent pleas were mWllJnromf d Mr. and Mrs Willie Tyson, June. A. t>. 1929, and, ..how.day.un",i,
Miss Cleo Shepard. : SAMPSON CITY made for the passage of legisla-I I Starke, a sor. May 281hs If .any you have, why Mild 1>"ml

4 t y t ? The auditorium of the club was CI 'o Thomas / tion to collect the millions now "' _..........,........lidS.it.T...tf>-f..i.inma" 'I School and communion, I should; otherwise nut be validated the allegation and con I of(ii\,.il'med .".
attractively decorated with quantities due the stale and counties by I PRAYER cervices each Lord's Day at 10 \oruKIn mild Petition I will be taken BM ,,a.

4 j i4' j f of bright lined zinnias fOl'thlo ........................ / thousands of adept tax doclgers.I'rolioHIIIII BIBLE THOUGHT AND I I o'clock. fin-nit cou..tl. Twenty-Hixth) Ju- fawned It IM ly ordered you. that thin notln I

pleasant and informal affair.: were made to tap new Church services morning and rtli-iut! : llrndfunl. County, piilillxhed! once a week for (th"".
t'tib Mr. and Mrs. llogan Smith and i I .AltlDIM rillUST'S: LOVK 1 in I'lorlila.! In i'liiinrery.Cltv consecutive week before the 22,01,,
the Sunday
of i
r The hostess nerved the guests family were visiting in Jackson-1 I pools of revenue. Yet the subject evening at Stai-ke, .MunicipalCoriiorntluri. day of June, A. 0.! 9Zit, In Hi.LI.
with punch and sandwiches during under discussion was not tax de- each month, by the pastor, Bro. ford County Telegraph piililinli.I
vllle Wednesday. I How become wise? Ans- fetlllonur.vx. .
i may we In Starke, 1 Bradford. i-uimlv, h'lorld.,
u vl the evening I Mfr and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and liiiqiiences or intangables, but re- wer, read- -Mark 11:24.: Dxon: of Jacksonville.. end that the first l>publication" i I.?.
; ; Those present were: Misses LaRa family of Lawtey, enjoyed a division of the gasoline money. John 15:9: 10, 12, 13,14 Jesus I tate: uf Respondent.I'efltlon Florida'l publlxhed, the at:Iln&1 leant day elifhtet-eiie June, A dav J''
flea ,Andrews, Clara Louise", InK trip here one (day last fiSh-I' The murmur of the'' house .debate said: As the Father lath loved me, AVKATIIKK: : HKI'OUT lnlliliitr llomlo. 1929;:.re
1 i so have I loved you; continue ye To the (1'ltlzenn ami, Tux I'ayemof w'lTNKSS:!'! my bond and the",01 I Iot
Peek, Dora \ Eva Mar- floated through the win-
An Interesting party was open the City of !Starke and nil persons the circuit, court of liradhu.1county I
t'V Thelma Andrea Hazel Ad- In my love. 10. If ye keep my command 29 1929. Interested U lUOI-ITINlI.S:' ; :: Florida' ,
cotte, at the home of Mr, and Mrs. C. dows while this correspondent sat Week ending May thin the 2ath do.
ments, ye shall abide In my You and earls of you will take notice of May A. l>., 1921.Of1"lal .
kins, Ruth Sternberg;, Annie !Mae talking with Governor Carlton Date Max Min. Preclp. that the City of municipal
B. Brown Friday night. (Ice cream love; even as I have kept my : ctl ctlkrh..1Io (J- W. AII)63RM.1N,
Pearce, Estelle Kendrick: KlolseUUch : and cake was served. All reported about his plans in the event the Father's commandments, and May 22 (7 < 66 the I tttate corporation of Florida, by laws1t and Court( for R."n llrHdrora l) Clerk of l'Irru" .,'
Beatrice John Louise Edwards a nice time. Those from Starke final week 'of the session failedto abide in his love. 12. This is my May 23 <*< 2 60 through Its. City ( ..un<:lI. has flied. a ". ". CREWS, county, Florlili

: j: Lena Belle Shepard, Cleo attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray restore order out of the chaos commandment: That ye love one May 24 85 60 and I'elltUiM In the In above the above styled styled court. cause, un- Solicitor for 1'etltloner. 5-31-4t-6-1 i

Shepard, Carlyle Hitch, David mond Brown Miss Lola Welch, prevailing In the house as a resultof another as I have have loved you May 25 86 64 .09 tler date, the 2Mh! lay uf May, A. I>.

Smith Johnny Redgrave, Nolan :Messrs. Floyd and Lester Crosby. the change of front by the administration 13. Greater love hath no man than May 26 89 64 Tr. 1921! to have($14.HI.OO the( )( Issue) dollars of Fourteenthousand worth

;A4 Canova, Sammy Sternberg, Elmer :Mi-, and Mrs. Hiram Prescott relative to the origInal this, that a man lay down his life May 27 85 69 nf hands, HH authorized by the city
for hilt friends. 14. Yo are my council of the City of !lnrl ;z McMillan. Lester Price Robinson, ,and family from Starke, enjoyeda tax distribution program" friends. If ye do whatsoDVC.- command May 28 83 65 I provided for by law, validatedand FLORIDATheatre

a;a Comer Long, Milton Brownlee' Jr., fish supper at the home of Mr.and "Sonu-tlihiK Miint Ik* Done""I you.Prayer !May\ 29 61 above confirmed styled couit.Ana by. u decree of the

t Clyn McMillan, Cullen Ste ens, Mrs J D. Thomas last Tuesday can see no good purpose : Hold thou me up andI Total rainfall ________09. in. Hint 1 on the 29th day of ul\t''li
? Allan Long, Owen Griffin and Paul shall be safe.PIIKSIJYTKHIAN. I A. 1), 11)29. an order issued >
nIght would -be served by letting them
Sarasota y Sandwich Shop the slid court against. the state of GAINESVILLE
Knight, Miss Louise Kite of Starke, is go; home and then come back to I Klorldii..... requiring It through the
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r moved to larger quarters. Honorable. H. V. Knight, mate at-
? j i-.- home with her parents, Mr. and settle ''this thing," the governor : : :

,: 3>. N. C. CLl'H<< MKKTH: : WITH Mrs. Lester Kite, after h successful ; Bald. "Something must be done. PROGRAMS AVKKK: ('OM.MINCING : -

JUSIi MAHOAItirr JAE O term of school. Some way must be worked out. 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M :: JUNK: :fled

1 !Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown of It is up to them." Truby, supt.

Members of the D. N C. club Graham, were visiting here Friday "Suggestions have been made, 11 a. m. Morning worship! ser-

.yi'ffjSHf' were recently entertained by Miss afternoon. governor; to adjourn the legisla- mon by the pastor. MONDAYTUESDAYParamount

4 ,Margaret Long at her home, !Mrs. Kirby Smith spent, a few ture sine die and reconvene in a 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. !i :

Nasturtiums and zinnias were days In Jacksonville with relatives month or so," he was told, "those Topic, "Character a Growth, Nota I AIITalklo"INNOCENTS

; prettily arranged about the living this week. favoring this plan believe the rep- Gift." Leader. Miss Iva Boyd. \'

room, where an atmosphere of Informality ..--Mrs. Della Thomas and chldren. resentatives and senators are men- 8 p. m. Evening Worship, song I ; ttt I, flr\'lH OF

41 ? and friendly cheer! J>reralled 'Litcian'and Cleo, were visiting Mr. tally befuddled by the mass of and sermon- I' b I''; Il'1.:. PARIS"With

I the evening: being agent in and Mrs: Hiram Wasdln of ({ra- statistics poured Into their heads Prayer meeting every Wednes- ,

k, conversation and sewing, ,.,, ,,_ hil Sunday. since the fight over your.tax:: pro- day evening at 8 o'clock. _
y, Ice tea and wafers were served gram began. They belleve.lt wouldbe A cordial invitation to all our 'A Maurice Chevalier

y1 to complete the evenings enjoy- better to let them go home fora services extended to all.

x@@, jnent. I Lc7i I Iett month or so, learn what the WEDNESDAY

'dN Those present were: Hiss Ethel oJ home folks think about this thing COMMUNITY ."nramountIITalkle

Griffin, Miss Minnie druber, Mis I and then come back physicallyand

r Madge Mlddleton, Miss Myrtles er. mentally refreshed, and bet- I II I "TIlE DUMMY"With
Jackson, Miss Myrwln Jackson, I ter able to digest and enact a

f, i';> Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss\ Blanche proper plan." BUILDERSAs
"" I MistS Mat t'ATTI.K: 1HI.PI'OGraham : heard such talk "
Alderman and Florence "Yes, I have U _
1? Vt thews. the governor said, "but It comes

May 20, 19.29:! from foes of the administration.They And Star Cast

t MIIS. J. II. HITCH, Jit. The Starke Telegraph: don't want anything done at
v + I see In your paper where ex- this session. I am opposed to such
the business houses so THURSDAY FRIDAY
i pressions concerning cattle dIp- a move." grow, -

ping are' w nf.ed. What I have to the at present, is I'nrmnountIITalkle
So governor,
Mrs. J. ]H. Hitch, Jr., entertained the Community. Towns I
about It is that It is of the legislatureIn grows
with a luncheon, Monday at her Bay one determined to keep "GENTLEMEN OF

.;"y borne in honor of Miss Nlta Tur- the worst humbugs that has ever continuous session at 20-day like Starke, where a close liason
Yr ner. Miss\ Vanedlta McCoy and been started. If the owner doesn't periods until the tax problem Is I THE PRESS"With
i have them dipped they have to pay solved BEST
iq Miss Louise Glllls of Alachuu. is maintained between Bank and I
ti and so many calves are killed by Hardware for the .
1 ( Cut flowers were effectively AIIIOH Favors Dt-liiy
used throughout the home form'nga dipping. They dipped a calf of Prior to interviewing the governor Home and Farm business, thus insuring 'the development WALTER HUSTON
'i ml no yesterday: died today. And Star Cast
i pretty setting for this delightful the correspondent spent a
faffair.. Was\ as well and pretty when they Everything from a nail to that wisely Invested -
halt hour with Ernest Amos, state
i'4' The hostess served a four-course dipped It: Just live weeks old. a wheelbarrow at a low '
4 comptroller and guardian of the SATURDAYWILLIAM
luncheon after which the party I say they ought to have them to state's purse strings. Amos, the price. All articles we sell capital always brings, owe muchto
motored to Klngsley lake for a pay for for we have to pay. At are guaranteed to give exceptionally IIAINESIn
cool and collected, weighing -
t t, swim. thla rate there will be no more In the deliberate scales of good service. these, two community builders.

+4" t Those invited to be with the I stock and It won't do away with business efficiency. We are prepared to fill all ,

', hostess and, guests were: Mrs. the ticks either, as long as there I "An! extra session cannot be the hardware needs of farm- "A MAN'S MAN"A
are rabbits and varmints Three ers efficiently-you may or-
Wade Kennedy, Mrs. Thelma La- avoided," Amos said. "At least
$ t, File and Miss Harriet Ritch. calves have been killed by dlpp'ngat : the situation today indicates a jler by mall or phone No. 1, )1"trOoItW1I)with PtrgluctlonS3ncltronieeil Jlutle anti
S this place. I i if It Is not convenient for
c1 deadlock over the taxation problem.
Respectfully, here.
1..', D. C. PICNIC :>"KXTWKDXKHDAY : I believe, however, the best you to come
CITIZEN Our low prices and the
: ; plan, would l be a brief adjournment *
tOe"" r Oc Mat. & lOcOc;
high quality of our merchan- Mglit;
Winter Garden Prospects say for a month or so. Then ROLL OF HONOR BANK
dise are unsurpassable. Saturday Matinee! lOc & -lOcCOMKIMKS.
The W T. Weeks chapter U. D. bright for building highway they could come back and pass a

C., will have their annual picnic around east side of Lake Apopka. tax program" DeWITT C. JONESHARDWARE: :

at next Wednesday June 6th, at Industrial survey being made at Amos also gave some Interesting : : :NEWS REELS: On

n Klngsley Lake, at the summer cot New Port Richey.Ili statistics concerning the comparative Beat of Quality -Lowest of :'iOVRLTIFHDUF: J) DAILY
tage of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill.1 Construction on bridge across costsof prolonging the present Prior .. .,

Commute on dinner arrangements' : Ili Blue Run river at Dunnellon. session: without Interruption I


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,,7 ?'9'] --4 S7S7SS7S7 S' r?,. rtir4'41 I Miss 1 Ethel t.rlffln; :, Miss Minnie AIM'IKiritlATIOV: HILLSTHIMMII : SBrfSffiasjfl ___ V '

Grubcr. bites| Margaret\\ Long, Miss : : > 1I 1\\'

iJ: Bits oltocal sonville Jackson Myrtlte Jackson shopp silent:ng.Mr Tuesday und. Miss In Myrwln Jack I (Continued from Page' 1. ) I I EXTRA SPECIAL FOR MAY 31ST & JUNE 1ST I.. : ,

Ing small Increases fur the state i

\ ;;;;-Mrs; :-J.- M. Mitchell: ; motored Library Board, were approved I| PILLSBURY XXXX BISCUIT r'!

Hev&s? to Lake City Sunday and without discussion other than explanation I

the Mr. Mitchell's I ,
spent day with by Senator Hodges. FLOUR fii&% '
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winters Mrs. Libby Stevens and
Concerning Our People, Business and Miss\ Nellie: Mitchell\ \ A cataloguer and tenograrier: ,j

of the was given an Increase In salary I COMPOUND ;'
Progress County and Town. I''i':
from $600 to $),200 a year, while' !
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. S. Butler Mrs. GRADE I'

I', H Butler !Mr.\ and Mrs. Nolan the annual amount allotted' for the '' LARDPure 2 POUIUJS d 25C 'I.;:,
'ii' 525c5252525'.r'''ur2'Z5Z 52S 5a Canova of Waldo, attended the purchase of books WUH ra sed from Compound i
$500 to $1,200 I == =========================
,I. II. Smith ."spent Wcjdneslai'ksonville. : ] Mrs Laurie Edward of Jack r.ommencement H.S., exercises of the B. Ial>InxpwtMr Itrlnlncd I PURE CANE J f ;''i.,

dp) I soiivllle, attended the graduation Senator Neal's amendment to I .1 \

)1 -.'ed;.("!Mrs--. O.-L.. Heasley-- re- ,' exercises or the B. II S, Tuesday Iter.- L, W. Klckllter state chap the strike state the labor entire Inspector appropriation wn- ,vltli-for I SUGARggS 51JS&g.. lOPoiimlsSlcBLUE i 4 IJ ;< f,,114

,,ilclny) from Tampa. lain and Mr.\ S, \F. Morgan will\
eel,,|'??' i drawn after It was I'Xl'llllntothllt '!
Mrs. J. C. Turnip-Weil- of Mcln- attend the United Confederate vet the only RIDGE HRAND it DEL-MONTE UK AND :,1 /

(r,, | uul" !Mrs. J. 1... Fruzee visiti I tosh, Is the guest of Mr rind Mrs erans reunion In Charlotte, N. C., the means department! )of enforcing provided of child labor i| No 2 Size Can No.2 1-2 Size CanSPINACH ;;i a aCORN ,; ;

|I.,, i t ,>nvlllo Tuesday I-'. next: week '! J "
I Sweezy. laws in the state. 'I I. '1
----- The senate approved an amend-1 i +\:1 :. :
', ,,lid,( Mrs \V. B. Parks mo- D.'. Ashton Carey leaves Mr.\ and' Mrs. M. C. Stlth and meat by Senatlr Franklin O. King: or PEAS ;? : :, ;
jhls hlldreu
I niatllla Friday. will leave Saturday for
.1 p I Nineteenth dimrM., grant
l'' of the
--- week for Brunswick> Oa., their homo In Louisville, Ky., after
-" '- after : I
; I
of $I in.u)0() to the I
an appropriation
\1, I. A. ]Davis spent Monday\ several n: nt 13 stay In Sta -ke.Mr spending a while wth: Mrs.Sllth's \ state shell fish department for 2 cans for -25c Per Can u 17c :H :
parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. L
..\'Illf' -- ;
III I I", "? the purchase of a ship to replace
.- \[ and Mrs. J. (B. Futch of Draviiileo. the vessel given the lonimUsloncr '

i 1'1', i i 1111'' e tiny Is spending sov-I Di'Land\ will arrive Saturday for; Mrs.-R -S. \Fernandez and by the government whch burned Dozen cans -$1.95 I. :

,11! ,i ,n- .it Kingsley: lake. the Carroll-Long wedding several days ago. ,
daughter: Alice left Monday to attend
The amendment provided I that

I \i Forman: of Lawtey was a Chufas, velvet beans Spanish the graduation exerc'nes! of. the appropriation would be replaced fEL-JIONTE BRAND ; DEL-MONTE RAND ',!;
Mss\ Isabell \Fernandez at \F, S. W.
I ,.111,,, visitor to Starke Friday peanuts and field peas. J. F. hick C. by departmental earnings Picnic Size Can No. 2 Size Can

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liter. '
----- Senator Neal then Introducedhis ;
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M-I. of Heddlck ---- --
I, C. Hay. standing resolution to reduce '
tho, p.in'it t \'rd.1Y: of her slster-in- !Mrs.\ n. o. Tanner and children Mrs. L. A. Davis, matron of the salary of the shell Huh commission ASPARAGUSPercan I Sliced Pineapple
honor for the 2nd brigade, also a I .l
J.V. I of
hl\\ Mrs Baldwin, were the guests; den. from $6,000 to $5.000 a
member of ( Appleyard's staff,,
of !Mrs.\ C. II. Fields for the week and followed It a few minutes '
Judge!!: and Mrs. A. 2. Adkins end. leaves Sunday for Charlotte, N. year later with another to cut the 18c : Per Can 25c
to Jacksonville \Fil- C., to attend the United Confederate u u -
were< visitors Veterans! reunion. state game and fresh water com- i .
day morning. Mrs. III, K. Edwards! and !Mrs. L.. m'ssloner's salary to the same fig-

II. 11111 spent )Friday In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Denmark of ure. Both carried Dozen Cans $2.05 Dozen
Wimberly of Dun- I cans$2.85 .lay
Mr W M. as the guests of Mrs. Mary St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs, Committee amendments to the '
nellon spent Sunday with his! fam- Todd. appropriations for the state game ;
W. S. Blakely of Jacksonville, I
m)' spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs\ and fresh water fish department VAN CAMP'S ',ill '
--- Mr.\ and Mrs. L II. Hill, of proposing! : an Increase from $2.-
Mint Pearl Campbell of Alachua Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. W. W Baimlen. 400 to $3,000 for the assistant '! r

Is vis-, ling her cousin, Miss Iva !Moore, of Theressa, attended commencement Messrs. 1 K. H Smith and J. L. commissioner and for fifty deputy. MILK Small size 5c, Large Size lOc'; : .F..

oyd of the n. II S. commissioners Instead of forty 1' 4,
Peek left Wednesday morning for 1..,
Both Senator Hodges 1
MissElholin 1 White Is spending Mrs. A. H Green Mrs Pearl Jacksonville where they joned: expla'ned were :lost., were submitted at the I KINGAN'S ; .. ..,"
other Shrlners of Morocco Templeon
a lew days with Miss Beverly Cady Snyder and daughters and Mrs. \V. request of the commissioner ;i 6 Pounds

at Kingsley lake. M Wlmberly and little daughter: ; the their annual BpfclaVtrain meet in California.bound for Educational: activities of the 'I PICNIC !MAMS4 Ffi(, 11 Per Pound 25c 1 :, ;

------ motored to Gainesville Thursday. and fish department suffered by I
Mi. -. Louise Olllls of Alaclnia\ amendment to .' f
Mr.\ and Mrs\ Lynn Mitchell and Senator BRADFORD COUNTY
weekend with !Mrs 1', Mrs. O. L. ;;:
p ni the Bensley Mrs C. C strike out $10,000 a year for that
son, formerly of Luke City have "
s Mi :M Ulan.Mi lloppe and Mrs. 10. L. D'RKS! spent purpose', ,tand Senator Neal: trim- NEWPOTATCES/
moved to Starke and located at 5 Pounds 15c
Tuesday lit Gainesville with u r r r ;
-- expenditures
--- -- Mrs. 0, J. Griffin, !Mr. \ Isbookkeeper med the department" ;
Srhvlii Ives of Lake City friends: and relatives. In another place ny cutting! In half '
for the Duvnl Kngl-
ti,-'t UK his. brother, Mr. JCorm neprlng Company. the alprOlJr'ation of $:IO.OOO a I: EAGLE; : BRAND GOOD GRADE l t'

l ,nin h.''M, Mi', Joseph Thomas! of Struby' for tho operation and con i, ,
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-- ------- School of Pharmacy ut MJKOM. (la! Mr. and Mrs\ J. II. hitch Jr, rtrui-llon of fish hnt<'heries. MILK Pel can 20c 'j RICE --5 Pounds 25c.MC ,.;, ;
I I, i lar4: caps rubbers vlnomr returned home Friday for.. his vacation had as their bridge dinner guests Hold OimmNNlon. N-\t ; ,
hulk and pickling spices J. .
.n Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs\ The senate then t turned to tinarproj -
K 1\\,1\, KIHc-r rlatlons for the. state Iiotcl! 1
Wade )Kennedy the IJ'l.'as'on beiiiK/ ;: ;
:Mr\ L. A. Cunova and Mrs. F.
commission and Senator j
the first anniversary of Mr. and I,
MiA. O. Andrea and Miss A. Canova 'of Jackgonvllla, spent Mrs. Kennedy.Mrs. amendment to cut the salary -

1 11, ''n j i Andrea left Tuesday for Sunday with their mother, Mis of the commission was' <-nr- i I

,1k..i i home In Stuart. Eunice Canova. \ .-R I !M.-Johns- --returned- to lied. Sx: emergency Inspectors to STOE

during the ninety day rush i
Tallahassee Tuesday after spend- serve .- :
)11l'lIzllheth 1 Kendrick, of Mica N'ta: Turner mid\ Miss salaries totalling $3.- I ,
ing several days at home. She reason: ,
Klnri': McDonald College, arrived Vumedlta McCoy of Alnchua, were was accompanied by her daughter, UOoJ( with! $2,70Q( added for ex- WHERE SATISFACTION IS A t CERTAINTY QO'I'H'I' :! 9AvI
home Monday for the holiuays.Mi guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Itllchover
the department -
grunted l'
Gloria, who will stay for several i pcnSes, were I
the week-encl.\
days visit with her parents. through committee amend
\ .t IN. Townsend of Palatka, .
ments. ------- ---- --- -- )
.i- Ih.' silent of Judge and Mrs. A. Mrs. \\'. T. Jackson and Miss Mis. Hart Strlngfellow./ Mrs, A proposal by Senator K, M I ;) OK 1'1-\C'III-H'S: : : : \vriM\H: rr.it: I::.
7 A elk ne.1tINe !). Flora. Jackson of Hncmitoii, Ga., fifteenth district to IN.VIIOV 4
Clarence lloppe of Tampa, Miss Johns!, of the 1x.\\I-1 Tierce during recent week totaled
the of Mrs. A, Z. Ad- : '
-- are guests 1 Elizabeth' Hamniergren and Miss\ i strike out the entire section failed An Invitation In hereby extended 42: v
l Lacy Mae Klckllter ofllIa..t kinK I Persons desiring to cars--
Virginia Dale composed a l party to dirry.Minor I to the public) generally to -- .
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IH visiting her uncle Mr. J. teacher examination will attend i|
: effected by report
1\lr.1 spending yesterday at Klngsley; \ pav ngs were
P Kit.'kilter. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johns, Lake. -- Gainesville Dally Sun, I amendment In appropriations' for at the High school building: at I the combined memorial and'|l aT

Perry Johns, !III'. Warren Perkins 25th, the motor vehicle committee and a Elurke, Thursday June Oth, 8:00: unveiling ceremonies to be held at j lilt 11. s. r.\uitoin i''
of Lakeland from Hot( May I Crosby cemetery ut I 3) m Bunda 9
Mi move was made to cut out entire o'clock, furnished with I legal,; I cap i
n- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. after being!!: away for a month. Sena- >', June 2nd next. Over Cor wntng's Drug Store r. sv
theft t
Dr. W S. Cawthon, tate l\Upel'-1 auto depiiitment. and Ink.
paper pen
..I I F ColleyMi Sovereigns/ are requested to meet !
Those :H.IUHIIIH :
intendent of publ: tor Neal offere'l the amendment ; r
--- !Sir.. und Mrs. W. W. McDonald A. J, OrlllH, at 2p.m. j
Onico. n.u >.
t o to
and daughter, !Miss\ Sara Cawthon, declaring! that Alabama had dropped X49
) and Mrs. II n. Wiggins and of Jacksonville\ attended tine graduation Superintendent J, W. !Morgan Clerk
of Tallahassee, were here Tuesday a similar law and that he saw
Orrii. Wiggins':,; motored to Jaoksonlillt exercises' of the It, II. S.. W. O. W. Camp 138
Dr. Cnwthon having come to nothing to justify the continuanceof
Monday. Tuesday evening VOUCH TO 1't-ltSOXM:; I)IMH1NC : .
deliver an address to the graduat, the department. i "
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ing class of the H II. S. Senator G. Futch ,of the ; TO (HID) ON "SCHOOL 1 1 I'MItOfTKH vl'f'\: .
Mr, and Mrs. N. D. numfiarner. __ I Twenty-third dslilct.: opposed; the t \ J i"
: mt.UM'Oltl)) {'Ol'NT1'Bids
rwlnCOLUMN after several weeks visit In !Morgantown '
CENT % Mr. and Mrs. W C. Stroman and amendment on the ,ground; that the r"j" !. J
N. C.. returned home 1
Mrs\ W S. Stroman of Tallahasseewere ckpaitnient filled a vital need In 11i.. 1
. Sunday, the guests of Prof and Mrs serving In cases of auto theft. w.11 be received on the ,dA /11i.J( ,'

S. S. Howling Sunday Mrs W. S. The amendment fulled and the school bus rou IJ!!.* of this county J d", ,
_. Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Mrs J. M ,
-- Stroman, Mrs Dowl'ng's: mother senate dropped consideration! of ); :
FOR RENT Furnished! cottageat ,; Alvarez, Mrs.\ N. Sternberg and until Saturday evening t o'clock, '
will remain. for ueverla weeks' viet the; bill until tomorrow morning, 1''J 1//
Klngaley/ lake. J, F. Klckllter. Sammy Sternbcrg motored to Jacksonville June 1st.Informatloa. C i L T:j
Tuesday for the day. with road department's requirements can he obtained and (,:
FOB SALI-V-One good farm mule. next In 1'ne: for considera
bids tiled at the olllce of the ?
_.I I__M_Norman. Lawtey. 5-31--21 !Mr and Mrs J. F. Colley, Katie Misses\ Myrtlce and Myrwin tion.The school tJo.'.rd. 1'li,:I ;'
Jackson, Miss Margaret Long !Mr. attempt to reconsider the I,,'; ) t
and Martlle Hemingway A. J. Orlflls, 'J"t
FOR In good Fugate ,
SALE-Steel range Powell Carpenter Mr. Telfalr vote by which the circuit court

condition; baby bed. Phone 5242t.S&WINO 7.. spent Spring' Sunday! In Ocala and Silver Long,; and Dr. B. S. Carrol were judge salaries were cut was the Superintendent FOR TIME PAYMENTS) ) ON :- :

_ honor guests at a dinner party last action on the appropriation ,
given by Judge and !Mrs. A V. bill for( the day. It failed on a tie ." r
SOLICITED Fancyand Mr. Ray Colley of Wildwood; i
Long of Gainesville, Wednesday. on rising vote. J yef': !;,
plain; satisfaction guaran- spent Tuesday with his parents
teed. Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Hampton parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. J F. Col- .. -- More than a score of manor: corrective Say it with Flowers . ;qjIII'
Mr. and Mrs. W. W Balsden returned amendments were submitted ".. .. ,
(Fla. 6-17-31. ley. Friday from a ten-day visit by the committee and approved Flowers For All :# i:" \, I ,

FOrt RENT Comfortably fur- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, Mary with relatives and friends In Pen- by the senate throughout the 1.' ,.
Occasions ,
nlHhed apartments, large rooms. Brownlee and Martha Brownlce sacola. While there they motored day. .\ 't\ ':
Mrs. F. II. Long. to the section of Alabama recently -- :' ;
Bleeping porch. of relatives In DeLand ------ --- .
guests 'i
were "
It. the weekend.Mrs. devasted by the flood and found rfiAtuRINI} Gertrude Godbey PRODUCTS .; :
many marks left by the high wa-
WANTED Poultry 25 cents per ters. Anderson ':, t
of Gainesville -
pound paid on delivery to express 'I. II "
the week with c, I L
platform, Starke. Tuesday spending Erection of toll bridge across .
W. J. The benefit of the established :: '
Mr. and Mrs. 1
morning. Rosenberg Poultry & her parents, north fork of St. Lucia river to Phone tl9 Waldo. Fla. .: .......

(Produce\ Co., St Augustine. Epperson. open up farm country west of ru rp'Arcc I
Ford of direct interest in '
5314t. Stuart; under consideration. Phone 160 -TANOVA I'II.UJ.Ct1fe'eae: :\' policy '::. :/ 1
Mrs. J. M.\ Brownlee, James ----- --- ]

-WANED; )- Green corn will pay William\ Brownlee. Martha Brownlee every stage in the I manufacture : 41.. :I; 9.
visited jJ
and Mrs S. K.: Brownlee i ; q

""II>rn 00 per packed crate In for wire fancy bound green Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. t r and distribution of its products, I' '.J i 'I I

'rates, J. t,. Ilarrell, Lawtey,
)i-Ma 5-31-tf. W E.\ !Mlddleton J.! E. Corpening motored and to Mrs Tallahassee from the mine to the consumer l : r j, 'I ;

Foe SALK- White Wyandotte visit Friday for several days I is passed along by this plan tc I.' "

kereU. Flshel strain, exhlbl- __ __ I .B TETYfor I

,1 tock, four months old av- !Mrs. M.\ E. Edwards Hazel and the buyer who wishes to purchase a

.t we weight pounds. 12,.each Annie Mae Pearce :
Lois (
irday only. J. L. Frazee It and Kitty Housed pent Saturday I I 'mrJJ ER"BOD1f -. on convenient terms :er 1pif

FIJI'i ALP Player piano, $100: afternoon In Ganesvllle.:
1 i'1 ing room suite $150,00; dln- traction pro-. For Your Protectionand .
11., Leith Mrs. Belle II.FIRESTONE ,
u. room furniture and other Mrs several trip ever Financial Safety t
I'! !uehold articles. Apply to Brown after spending l :' made up Pike' Peak 200 I

v na L. Johns. 5-31-31 months in Starke. left Wednesday ( :urns in 12 miles at record .jam*.*ffTNt..**'.hmrill. ,*..I.e.lk.p.a..ar.f hteunur I Y Write or phone for leaflet ,.
for Plainfleld N J. : The Firestone tread V.--, ,..-... +
peed. It,,...Mal***** M_'.,_1 Lww.w.
/r Two female bird dogs; protected the Studebakera rw.In..I1.Y, ... -, r s
'"1111'< red, another liver and !Mrs. 0. W. Alderman Mrs. Ceo. which went 30,000 miles in .., .wp.wa r..r _i....... \ !
F' .... .
Blanche Aldermanand wA HUM to a.K why
tilte. Finder notify W. Kr White spent 26,326 minutes. Get new rl talk. irode. who will pay for troub- Miss Lacy Mae Klckllter Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires<- Lot M twat T.r ...d. .... wIt"HAROLD -e.Y' ,
Wednes $ .. .., ... .,..... .
tt' (incurred. ll- the day In Jacksonville %&' strongest, toughest, most dur Irte. '. -- n ,.d f?ay ,r
1 i
day. able.Een Stark Fla.

rOIl SALE:-Heo sedan like new, Mitchell Is the ....-: -. :::- C. WALL m .

must six sacrifice coach (450 1500; ;nine Buick cars master all- guest; Miss of Dr.Lucllo and and Mrs.will W visit II. Mitchell Mis.- ,./, J. W. Andrews, Jr. INSURANCE -, { a et' l2y l

in Lakeland w
makea..llell all for 1000. Chester ','
Smith Co., Jacksonville 200 Lillian Morris In Tamp -JIay NIA STARKE, FLORIDA -- h
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Farmers Farming this was part of the contest

Raise Dr Clarence Poe, editor of The :\ I'HKKl'L: I'L.iNT.S1IAVIO More courses In agriculture will + --

Progressive Farmer, has said that : ISKK.V: : ItlJOKillT be offered in the University of Eggs should be cooked m i 1"11

6 ( Agricultural Kditor) :i ata Poultry "If we can get farm neighborhoods FROM: OTIIICU LANDS l Florida summer school thl -t year even, temperature. Wai.,. III

: Ip I to play together, they will inevitably than ever before according to which eggs are cooked should
+ ... D. LcOenr V. S.it. dean. i 1I't'
-,----------- u. I Dy; Dr. L. work together." The importance of foreign Major W. L Floyd, assistant be boiling according to 11111"1" ,
Louis; .Mo. I II "II
full time will remain -
Four professors
Farmers, and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles I tI.t4Gear/.a urri.iiiMCt.*of,ihc OntarioVclerlnMry The ability and the desire to plant which have been' broughtto experts.
ln li, I work together ore among the on duty for the summerschool'
I Ctuluua. IM': I Ihurvii* I II this country was made clear to
+ of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo I ve.r.1 veterinary pry. 11* p on .1........ needs of the rural peopleIn agricultural courses.
; greatest Remove fruit stains
when C whip '
of live ankh. and poultry.. Lnnnrntauthority radio listeners last week >l< i 1", x
Re Best Suited to Out: Country on poultry an.l.a...k rui.'intt.NulinniiUy Florida( or almost any other It Knlow associate agronomist of Eight courses will be given in are fresh or they may not( ,'II''?'

__ j author known anJ poultry lot'turer.Article hreoUur.NuieJ state you might want to mention. the forage crops office of the De- agriculture.: They include: ,Elementary out at all. Boiling water IXHIIMI' ,\

_. _..__...HH..'.....___..__..__ Although there Is no danger thatf partment of agriculture spoke agriculture soils farming animal' over the fresh stains makes n ':, .
: : we don't "all hang together, nutrition, advanced dairy ,
XXI over WRUF on "Useful I lant | appear.
a 7 CAN GROW GREEN we'll all hung separatelY" as Ben- From Foreign Lands." I citrus culture deciduous fruits, -

.MAKING TTRKKYS PAY Franklin said during a critical I farm poultry and commercial Colislruetion ot
jamin For the past wo years Mr. En- a large unit! ,",n,.
period In the history of the low has been stationed at the poultry. These courses will be giv- pletely equipped swlmin(: ]1"1on |

ti FEED ALL YEAR INSTATE CotiiparulUn<< Scarcity\ at Times of i colonies, by hanging together we Florida Experiment: Station by the I en by Professors G. r.J. Hltchey, 1 F.G. Davis Island, to cost OV..I i -

TliifNe l'oulwlion :Mowt \VnntcdIiinma will be able to make more money, Department, and Itjs work Is carried Marfn, E. L. I Lord, and N, W. 000 will be started: HM MMH, ,,I,, ,' ,

t9 SAYS BROWN Profitable Market; says more money enjoy life more, on in co-operation with the Sanborn. Stone ami Webster, undo,' v ,

Prohlciu of liaising Illi'
-- Farm \people are by nature a Introduction garden has been''I that they could afford to spendthe land are directed, have had! ,,
S3t1'GiLINi: ; i..m'ir AH IHflloiH AM Ordinarily 4u I)- : people The hospitality of time away from home will find .
fr endly
Dairymen of Florida annually 1- maintained at the station by the tech approve \plans Tit ',

Bond millions of dollars out of the pOs| l d."Clln&'t. their',' homes is noted. Yet their clrclo agronomy department, and many I much of practical value In these pony expects to have. I the >:
i Under the E'np'ne; hood of an of friends Is limited by rea- courses. Major Floyd said Each of
late for f ('d8' which would not be Interest ng \plants from all over the ready use by July 1 I
IU.E>dN1 if the right; kind of green automobile may not be the proper thee provide naught but 'son of fact that rural communities tropical regions of I the world have these courses will be open to men strutted entirely abo\.. .,.
r turkey for our board I with a good common school edu
this eternal often thinly populated
are the ,'
IlamllnI. been for observation. ground new project aI
feet were planted, says place to transport fresh peaches grown "
?" dame Prudence better spirIt cation and years of farm experience -
Coodman quoth However, a
of populated.\ It will be recalled that Crota-I commodate about 200 ImiliM i I''
.. Brown, extension dairyman
but when the patrol at post 13 of well to graduates of
\ bit of ns
Pennyfeather in a a pet and comradeship ns ,
of fellowship will be 125 feet long -15 feet ,
'. agricultural Extension: Dlvlu- I laria, the legume which is proving ,, 1 b: ,
'' 1 lon the National Guard( on quarantine "Mttu'nks! : this gloomy; forest is! ;, will be developed If those who do to be such a successful summer I[ standard high schools. and will have a range of dl'lli| ""I',|,
the !Kustls-Umatllla: road ; full MK enough to have In it all live in a community work together Students who meet college entrance -
Mr Brown has secured figures (duty on cover crop for citrus groves in the to 10 feet.
,, beasts created since the requirements will receive!
birds /
'= from a number of dairymen of the Htted the hood of the car. belong and \play together.Chance deep sandy soils of the ridge section -
I I + \Deluge! has thrown many people college credit: for all of the
?f, v. state reKardlng the rout of home ing to W. D 0. Wine a residentnear I was discovered: In just this No drastic reduct'ons in I ;
? snatched the first men
Goodman Fennyfeather thought they courses except\ one
feed compared with feeds together never way. This crop was brought to meuts of Florida fruits und v .
grown that point they found plentyof and retorteda tioned. Those students who wantto
his blunderbus other until they
I up would like each ,
the table expected to lesiilt '
brought from other sections of the Florida In 1909 by Department ore i 1' IM'
1 bit acidly "Heasts and birds I each other well take these courses for I their
c ou n try.many He 1 Is convinced I that too peaches. came to know of Agriculture In cooperationwith | the quarantine on account 111\ H,..
there are plenty in yon forest and (riubblng elbows with a man in the practical farm value will not be .
dollars are leaving Florld.i Report to Major Preston) Ayersat the Experiment Station Mediterranean fruit fly, Is I Hi "I'\,
each year for feeds I that are In Orlando In command of all the hostile Indians too--while turkeysn I same line of work as yourself, Many of the most' common( ev- I required to do us much-collateral tlmlKtlc statement appearing 111'1 li,,.

j many cases Inferior to those which National Guard's units on quarantine plenty are at our very door. swapp'rig ideas with a man striving eryday plants which one sees grow- reading and will not be examined current Issue of State and i l-'i" ''l, i M

might be grown at home. duty from Cnpta'n: WilliamC. Nae-the-leris, I shall try" again to ( for the same things as yourself ing round' every dooryard have I as closely on the lectures, Major Marketing Act'vitles. "11 a "i\i ,

One of the commercial feed companies Price commanding In the Eus- appease thy impatience. will make both you and the been brought to this country the Floyd explains publication by the United M,r"

? +), has Issued a chart giving tls area tells", the story In unimaginative That might have happened In other man think more of each other speaker sold These Include the Because ot the nature of the department of agrlcll1lll1'1..

yy$ Information about the needs of military language. At 11 Pilgrim days. Even right!: after and have more respect\ for each clovers, vetches, velvet beans, cowpeas farm and grove; work of the state though the quarantine and! i ilatlons .n'

; dairy _ I his wife drove ro numerous in some parts of the It Is getting to be the time of for young men who are employedon Florida whole\ ,.,.
row giving two gallons of milk a : accompanied by grass, red lop rye" grass Bermuda state of o.s a L
day does not need any grain at all up to the guard lines In his car.A country as to constitute 'an actual year for picnics parties and out- grass and lespedza. Even corn farms to take time off to attend all fruits and a limited niimin", i .,I

ytit P If she In kept on a flush green pas quantity of fresh peaches were pest. They raided: grain fields ngs.!: What could( be better for which everybody knows Is a native )| a short course For this rea- vegetables wh'ch: are also "iu T I I 10

A, wj! ture. There lire many such cows discovered In the cur and he was with such devastating effect thatIt the health than taking the wife of the new world Is .supposed to son provision was'made for the cd by the fly nevertheleHh. "I u"> "

In the stale but most of them are informed by the patrol that the I was a problem to cope with and kids out to the picnic ground, have originated in Mexico.In practical: students as well as those 1 Octal announcement from tip i apartment .

bo carried from them. Nbw quite the reverse Is ( seeing a baseball game listening who desire regular credit. "undei i'i'', ,,
., !( b( Ino; fed high-priced feed Insteadof fruit could not the Introduction garden at t declares '
i the green pasture the Inside to any point outside the true.Of surprised ,),10 political ortaory, eating, and the Experiment Station there were i''i.<:iuTTOMHX<< \-vi.vT0 restrictions most of lie finn I T ''I

Florida dairymen should use guard lines. Ho was given the op- course, no one )is .chatting with' lilt Smith, Sam more than 500 different species! PKIZIX IIOMi: : Florida and practically all "ii t i ,

r home grown grasses, silage and tion of turning the fruit over to to learn that the wild turkey would is Jones Slim Tlmmons Gus Weeks and varieties growing last year IMIMIOVHMK.NT::
_ forage crops as the basic ration for '''the guards for destruction or of practically extinct. One and other farmers of the community Mr. Enlow stated. Included in the move out of the .state under, ; v I "

their rows, in the opinion: of Mr.IJrown returning It to the place of \pur think, however, that the periodical: ? You might learn that Bill lot are several varieties of grasses Florida women captured two ot are believed to be adequate "I .
r demand created by our great national and GUll are pretty
Sam, Slim "
i ., Dairymen In northern chase. feast' days would cause where had brought from Central and South- the prizes offered by the Southern guards.

states use hay and silage as (their He turned! his car back and departed poultry raisers everywhere to devote good fellows had suspicions otherwise.you ern Africa last fall by Mr. 'liep-I:: 1 R lira lint In the home Improvement .

laslc feeds during the long winter In the direction from which considerable part of their I formerly hart of the U. S. Department of contest, covering all of the Southern tCtE0lQtgCttY!:
a of them might give you
Ent. period, but Just as soon as. the he had come. Thirty m'uutes I believe And some Agriculture.WIUF .states. Mrs. J, II. Mills of "
time to turkey raising. good Ideas to think over
( rlj growing season comes they take later the same car returned and the reason that such-ft' not the case home. -. Alachua county won third place
a I when you go
advantage of green feeds. I first Inspection revealed no( fruit. j Is to be found In the oft repeated And then If you can play with r and Mrs. John Hunt of St. Johns and a Full Line of
t Not only Is It possible to grow The guards, were about to allow be FAKSI: rilOURAM county took sixth place.
only I
story that turkeys can Slim. Gus and othersto
mil, Sam
1 green crops all of the year In this it to pass when something aroused raised' successfully I on great i I. I The showing made by Florida In Undertakers Supplies E

1mY }tate, hut It Is being done by some I suspicion. Upon lifting the hood ranches and that at best they this contest has been very gratify
drink from stagnant pools. AUTOMOBILE UEARSE
o1 of the more enterprising dairymen i of the car what was apparently a Following Is a list of farm talksto intf. says bliss Virginia P. Moore, I
delicate: and temperamentalus .
+ he says, Oullla glass Vasey grass portion of the annie peaches was are so hard to When poults are about weeks be broadcast from. station assistant state agent who is In Aiwa,. en h>nd. Tht 1st ........ xal
4 and carpet grass make a green pas- I i found there In a bucket. The to make them very old shift to rearing grounds if WRUF. located In Gainesville charge of hone improvement work 1 th. ta...' prim. Hprrltvntlnn .
handle to 'al.l vrBph (trdcn.
+; turn the year around in thesouthern I man was Immed:ately arrested and For those who have hesitated to weather permits and put on following Florida, for the week ending; June in the stale. Along with the honor I REGISTERED KMBA.LMKU

half of the state points utter being taken to area head- who ration: Equal parts of cornmeal 7. The farm program is /given ev- of winning: Mrs. Mills got tl 0"1
take turkey raising, or
out Mr. Brown, and when properly I (,barters was carried to the coun- I have up tried and failed, I want to ground oats wheat mid! ery day In the week at 1 p. m. check for $200 and Mrs Hunt received DEWITT C. JONES

managed and fertil'zed'! may furnish ty seat at Tavares. A fine of $50 number of recommenda dlings wheat bran and beef scraps The wave length is 204 meters one for $25. STARKE. FLA.
1 f I an all year pasture In the and costs was assessed to County tions. u I shall give a short digestof I fed In hoppers. Give birds plenty June l-Agrll'ulturalnewB hour Each of the prize winners took

v northern half Judge Talley for violation of the these recommendations and of skim-milk to drink. Keep shell June 3The purpose\ of the an old house and completely reno m mllCDQIiIfI"=:n.IW: Cf

') P Crops that will do well in the quarantine regulations further and grit before them at all times I Agricultural! Experiment Station,
.ft will be glad to answer I and never stint on fresh green
winter and furnish valuable feed --- Sam T. Fleming assistant !director .
-- ------ --- y
from any one writing I
stuff of suitable kinds. My experiments -
4 the
are rye outs barley Organization of a lied Cross volunteer of this Experiment Station
me :n care paper.
v c..I.talll'I1rIE'tles of Canada peas, life Is to be : prove that baby turkeyscan June 4-U. S. I), A, Farm talks.
saving corps For breeding purposes use only
I\Ielllotu\ and such root I be successfully raised on feeds June 5-Silos
for Ilamlln
h rape effected at Ft. Pierce shortly, the thoroughbreds. Select the strong- : raised Years
and carrots. These that are successfully on h L. extension
crops crops prospective members of which ezt, and healthiest birds. Do not Drown dairyman,
be used In all of the feeds that are successfully fed to
; may parts and Agricultural Extension service
have been receiving training mate more than 10 or 15 hens I
.,tate. Such feeds keep t the cow 'instruction! In swimming and life male. Use incubators baby chicks. If your present June 6-U. S. D. A. farm talks. I
with one
In the best condition, besides saving saving for the past several weeks. for best results. You never haveto method of raising your baby June 7- -The Soils of Florida, of service in
big feed bills Mr. Brown. chicks Is successful use the same Dr. of
says. K.xamlnatlona are to be given the wait for an Incubator to get O. C. Bryan professor agronomy -
--- method with your baby turkeys
I lass Thursday! evening at the broody and it will give most uni- which should be successful also. College. of Agriculture.
roiuxTs: .\lX.: TO I'\H\IS: The ten members
Brighton pool. form results if properly regulated.
Finally enlarge your runs from Florida Public Utilities Com-
the best will be old. MODEL T FORDS
making showing Use no eggs over ten days time to time and keep moving: pany purchased site near Winter
That forest land is an asset Into the commercial
organized at
once the :
y+ corps Practically all big
flock If possible to provide fresh Garden for erection of railroad Ice
I f'equently overlooked by farm according to II. n. Hock Hed turkey raisers use artificial brooders. feeding grounds plant. !

ts owners Is a recognized fact, according Cross exum'ner, who has been conducting The most up-to-date ones ,, ----- TIlE Model T wa BO strongly and sturdily built that it 1

y to Harry Lee Baker, state the class. can be closely regulated so that, I: R is still
rendering reliable economical service
to motorists -
l ,
forester.( The average farm in barring accidents results are'I t
*" i in section of the millions\ of these
Florida contains 00 acres of An example of community spirit fairly certain It Is always a gamble -: MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TUBESJLowest every country
which 20 cultivated 2 I cars can be in shape for two three and five
; acres are at work may be found In the beau- however to brood young i put more

) acres are In Improved pasture and tiful rose garden which has been poults with such temperamental : years of use at very small cost

68 acres are In forest land. These planted on the court house lawn creatures as turkey hens.A I J So that you may have this work done economicallyand !
08 acres, or 75 per cent of the average brooder house on skids Is .
In 1'ulatka through the efforts ofa satisfactorily, the Ford Motor Company is still devoting -
t farm are generally Ignored be moved about to
ideal as It can
number of citizens working
I considerable

a section of
plants to the
Y+ in the farmer's with the manufacture
; plan result trash ground from time to time.
der the leadership of Mrs Bertha
) that 1-4 of the acreage Is L. Vaden, county home demonstration ( Stake off four temporary runs, one ,I of Model T parts. It will continue to do 00' as

ajt+ rs u forced to produce the taxes and agent. There are now over on each side of the house, and rotate -I long as they are needed by Model T owners. The follow

s; ., other accrylng charges on the en 500 rose bushes In two large beds. the poults from one runto 1 I ing list gives the approximate I labor charges! for reconditioning -

tire Investment Fa'lure' to The rose Is the flower adopted by the other. Leave them about a the Model T Ford:-

J$9 utilize the assets available Is contrary the home demonstration club members week In each run. Between 200 f

? y to good business principles, In the county and was selected and 300 poults ran be accommo- Engine

Mtn according to the state forester whoA for the court house gardenfor dated In a 12x14 brooder house. Tune motor (including rrpliicrmenl of commutator case,

attributes at least a portion of the For heat use a hard coal stove or brush aiul. vibrator point. if necessary) f l.CO)
reason: Grind valve and clean carbon > 4.00
farmers ills to this factor. .. _
A other heating arrangementthat
---- any Overhaul carburetor 1.:>1)
Long years of close association will maintain an even tem- e ltelin detachable car transmission band* 1.50
Wltner Garden Athletic Club
with the woods has created a lack perature of about 80 degrees. Install. new piston or connecting rods. 6,00
G/ respect for Its ability to( produce has named committees to arrangefor When poults are about weeks ; H f Tighten! all main bearings .' A.OO

an Income according to Mr. a Fourth' of July celebrationIn old they may be transferred to r+r? Overhaul motor and transmission $20.00 to 2S.OO

_. ( Baker Through mistaken Ideas t that city. The celebration pro- rearing grounds about an acre near System

I all to Improving the range, the gram Is to Include\ a barbecue dinner : being set aside for each ISO to Rcplnco roar axlo assembly 2.50: :

practice of woods-burning has become a baseball game between two 200 poults. These grounds should Install universal joint 3.00

1 established and as a result picked teams from the Lake-Or- be where chickens: have not beenallowt.d Reline brake shoes 1.50:
unge League, one representingLake he i Heplace. rear axle .shaft drive tliaf pinion, or drive (car 5.0i
not only have the best fall and to run and should PI-ice
'I and the other Orange coun- Overhaul! complete rear axle assembly $5.75 la 7.00
_ winter grasses been driven from, and addresses. An fenced so chickens cannot get in llrbush. spring and l.7.:>

L the range but the timber stand ty one or more : with the poults. In 30 Years on Oil and graphite springs 3.00
t Invitation has been wired Con-
has been reduced until practically Feed nothing the first 24 to 36
l Ruth Ilryan Owen to Front Syttem
every ucre of farm woods is pro- gresswomaii be a guest of the Woman's Clubon hours; 36 to 48 hours. short grasson Overhaul front axle $ .:CO to 5.00
) >
ducing less than 1.3 the returns of this occasion.An the sod tender greens and but- iJj D E iWaterTested Kebuah spindle bodies and arms (both sides) 2.:>0

1 hlch it is capable. So'l: fertility termilk or sour skim-milk; 48 to Replace or straighten: spindle connecting rod. .7:;

'''a destroyed growth on large trees 60 hours feed eggs boiled for 30 Tighten radius rod or steering bull cap .(,0

.d etarded the bark Is split on trees official statement from the minutes; mixed with equal quan- Tube Tighten all sockets and joints of front end 1.50

t :n'ovldlng, access;. to Insects and tree bureau of animal Industry announces tity of dry stale ( never mouldy( ) Replace! front sprirs; tie .bolt or new leaf. .. :.;;0
front axle 3.00
''Ueattev and million of baby treesro 706 counties and 27 towns bread crumbs. Feed this every two "
"loaded tubes that
Beware of cheap, shoddy age quickly
killed each year by this: pruc- that have successfully completed hours, removing: It In 20 minutes. leak, tear or puncture easily and often cannot be repaired.The Chassis i

campaigns: ; against! bovine: tubercu On the third day feed as on the few cents "saving" often ruins a good casing and Replace rear fender 1.75
I'ce.The losis. In all of the 706 countiesIn diet Overhaul steering gear 3.50
forester points out that by second and continue same on causes bothersome! road troubles. At present new low .
Repair muffler .
the elimination of lire and the 15 stales now designated as the day following with addition of I prices, it doesn't pay to buy anything less than good Overhaul radiator .. .. .. .. 7.50 l.OO

planting up of abandoned fields modified accredited areas t the ex- mash composed of finely ground i, reliable water-tested Goodyear Tubes. We have- your Repaint Coupe 25: 00

and areas without seed trees these tent of the tuberculosis! among i cornmeal wheat bran., wheat mid- size Repaint Sedan 2:>.00

..1' idle acres fan be restored to pro- I cattle Is less than one half of one dlings and beef scraps In equal I FREE-APPLICATION-FREE Repaint Touring Car 20.00

ductivity once more and become per cent as shown by tubercular parts by weights or a baby chick i Reupholster Runabout 8.00
.. (' Touring Car. 15.00;
{ and asset to the farmer instead of tett::;. It I 13: a significant! tiling starter commercial mash may be Ford-Chev. Goodyear Replace deck :
All sizes lop (Coupe or Sedan) 4.00
l # a lIa 1>':III y. Tree planting Is Inexpensive that Florida: stands! almost at the fed instead. Feed the mash in Specials Guaranteed Overhaul stnrtlra motor 3.00

)rrj can be carried on by regu- top of the list In freedom from hoppera with plenty of green stuff! All types Overhaul generator 2.60
+ lar farm labor and trees will be 1 the disease. i always available. Continue this I 30x3% or :: !)xUO atNew 30x4 50 31x4
; ---+ These prices are approximate and are for l labor only,
provided at cost by the Florida mash feed with plenty green
i Forest Service. After planting no An 80-hour air mall and pagsen. stuff always available Continue \ 1I1.21'! ; HH..10Speedway ; I Low 92.00 $2.0OPathfinder\< because the need and number of new part: depend on

cultivation is required trees grow gar service from Miami to Buenos! thin mash feed with plenty of 1"11 I I Prices the condition of each car. The charge:: for these parts
I Tube
r' while the'r owner Bleeps and Aires by way of Panama and the greens at all times. From dayto TubesRitch's is low, however, because of the established Ford policyof

within only a few years the area west coast of the South America day feed a little scratchgraina, XRsnufacturtag: and selling at a small margin of profit.
which Is today producing nothing will be put Into operation Before gradually Increasing the quantity. i

will be considered as a real resource the end of the year by PanAmerican Scratch grains should be given Service Station

and tli*> trees will f,e recog- Airways and its affiliated com sparingly however as young tur- I FORD MOTOR COlIPANYin

abed as a money crop on the farm. panies. It was announced this keys do not inquire a great deal I II
...- "--.--"""""" such feed. See that good Starke, Florida
week: by J, T Trippe, of a

Sarasola $35,000,000 worth and Charles A president'l supply ot fresh clean water is always I I

_ of taxable property In this city cal adviser, of the near by Never allow poults _

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. \ \,.. MAY :ai. 1020 IJh.\1u.I""J" COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: 8TAIIKK:, FLORIDA 1'."0'" ....... .J.'Vwo

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ancf. Speaker Samuel W Getzen. ance of appropriation made to the \ ''41 unU tl l nl'll Ht .the IMttniiKaniicl' di-fc 'nilatil *. tlo nnrl I! thi' "',','IJ) und .11 null-, l-u.d
110'1" )
Sumter attorney general's department for off season ron programAny hc.fit*'h .t... ht-i,',-liv i "I'II'! i in null clurlnrr H K ld rn<"nth.t i.on I>"n.1 with f
I county that passUKC \
: LEGISLATIVE NEWS ]1L j! of this bill would slated greatly I discharging outside obligations no account caught with I pint .m ,n. tln> Mil of <'c"nii>liiitit' Illi-d Iniiic.1 thii i,.i-cordH,. of inv nfllc c and j IH "tiiinI
I nnil theIMHI knowl-
ail or of (one will c.iiiHi'' mi inlicfcun 1I.y the c .wl .r my
In the fl'ul fly fight. Repre enlaI I against the ole for pin-chase of I susp'tet to walling do from I three I tc Kit'xt' clnv of Jiilv, A. l !' InUriidford j cclKcanil' hi-ll<>f. 1 U.IHII certify, 'lli.it !.
.. .. law books. The third bill rained county, Ida. othirwIxHthn the followlnir IH n. lint of all countyclcpoMltorleM
I t :ves of the stale are now In WashI six months on the plkea under aBliotRiin allc-Katlonx of nald will In- Hhnwlntr the balance In

I liigtou aBldng that the federal monthly pensions for Confederate guard. taken an i-onfpMMfil\ by >hil, leach itt the clono of thi- month htnIn --
Hi, house also passed a bill I lUpreHPiitat've'! A. O. Knnner's ( IT la FfUTllKIt OUni-JHKI), Hint firxt anil' tho ainoutit otiHoclirlty
their widows: from .tl.e.
soldiers and
I: I quarantine be lifted from the state :i "TheHo (halnta/ I S have thlM notion pulillxhcil once n wck ('" liy ouch mii-h d)<.-

, fI'I' 11" i he limit of size of trucks\ roKolulldii falling for a state referendum au it has crippled the vegetable $40 to $50. I! achieved a ]little notoriety all their tor four L-oiiHdciitlve weeks In I the i' iioHltory. and thiamount of Intprc-Kt,

poui'l8 to 4,000 on the question( of whether i own for manslaughter and brutal- llrndford County T.h'"llh." MIStRfkc 'ji.ilcl or (-.111..1 durlnK Hafd mnithby
:.ltlIO ,
I Ir"1U" and fruit biiHlness he mild with Florida.W1TNKHS : each ,,ltc ry ON accountf
under the the ad valorem tax on automobiles little The senate began work on the lily, but nothing which would be Ilio Monl of thin i'OUI.t. a* ,. current dally balance> or tiiimWltnc'xH I IdPt
seventy opposition the
being offered I
i I" <'ome
should be made |I conspicuous In ordinary enforcement nlHii thn mi meof (1. W. Alderman', I
hundred pounds lloenne prohibitive b:1: was nas ed by a vole of 61 to biennial apPI'oprlatoll Monday of VoIRt all. Kxcept: In thti : \ thlM the 2Mil day ol ,: my hand thin 28th clay of \ ,
c'' ,,II' |1"1'i by constitution seemed a popular) and In two hour of work waded ,J < May tlf"itr2\1 iprll. 1921)) !
i off season Florida is not notable
Introduced W. AT.niSHMAN, A J.
.,'," Tlip bill was by one In tie house. Immediately I through twelve pages of the 198- i for making life unhappy. Quite (Official I Senl) l'U-rk .., II. P. Perry Mana.mil '
following debates A. S. CUI-\VS,
,11'1'1', extEnded upon rage/ measure and c-ut approxl- the
I I The first ot the administration contlry. Sollcllor for Complulnunt.OK TO UMirrrms AMI CHKIIrrous ; ,
?, reported favorably by the Governor Carlton's bills which tax nTensiires was l>y the mately $20,000 from several departmental I "It ha* the best winter climate __311628.O'I'I'N :O'I'I'I

"Miiiiniii'i' on motor vehicles and ul'matpy] would have providedtor passed salary and expense pro- and the finest fruit In the ('ountry.Calfoll'a ..
i senate Inta
Thursday afternoon
| I lhe strict ( papers l Heuse copy. ) : !\.r.1 Notice Klven that
collection 150
'I'I ( of such visions. Nearly amendments I.\MI hEI'eby' al
26 to 7, after a day spent luon- is Florida CredltorH, Ueifateex, iJiijtrlbuieex
good buy.
a ( !
taxation, the house adopted( the accompanied the bill I the read r(11 nil Imvlnur: cialmx nirnlnNtth

In i In1, night session of Thursday resolution by only two dissenting j" sldel'atol of amendments Inserted er's desk. One of the t most impoitnnt I papers please copy.) It in the N'ollt-p l h. jtlvcn tlmt llilrty 1..lstf: of J. Z. AnderH.deccaned, .\
I I bil The battle against the land of glorious weather, the best .Iay. nfteirtnlo luirwof on to-wit.; : m-e hereby re-quired lo pi-ment their .
Blin|! senate Bill No. 87 known votes. The two who dissented which last amendments( adopted, wassubmlte,1 the finest Cubnu rum of Ih. 1.1 day of ,lily, 11130. I tha une'hnNI > cliiltnM to the* Honorable' fitn. A. "
'I raged week S'o\'h.
,? ,II"]"? bus bill was taken up wero said to have misunderstood a"lle. : by Sen. I. J. II'Cul. of burnt ,'ertebl'ue and red noses Hniorn Hiiaullnii( Albert for!, minor 1 lOMti-lla will AI I ( lunllner, c'oiirity JiidKe bin of Ilruflfnrili
I was dropped) when Senator A. II.Wagg SII l.e i County. 'iorltl. for approval
am'), lid tl and passed by a vote of the Intent of the resolution. I the Thirtieth ( provided I.I.I I Tlin women have less on them and aoply Iho HonorableUo.. A. (lardincr i within ) year from date h".or."
of lstrlcl. 1
the Thlnyfltth district, of linulfoiilcr I lor Notice will !hc held In liar
,, the negative votes bcnusD : (the more in them thun Jlllc thl. >
DM! i J I lloor leader of the administration: that salaries] of department 1 I mel anywhere >unty, 1"/011,11/ an orilcr to .<.!! ]| lln' >'l'i-to, nnit' "I I perxonx' IndeMed to'mild
,ih ni Duval and Caldwell ot.I'II.I A Joint renolulloii proponing on heads and cabinet olHcci-s be paid ciUo In the land. ]Drinking, at i>" \' < I. th. onu-Hlxth nnill- Kntate nr. 1."lr.I| to jmv llu-lr
bills, called up the senate bill over I 1 gambling( liorsn clog racing liiti-rt-Ht ai'li of MiiUI n ,debts to the. Adinlnlhtvntor -
'I.\'e 11 .r'
.. KO-UI: The bill provides that amendment to tlie I' l'a'ln/ ( ,
., const tiitlon of which the upper brunch fought on the basis of general or special prize fight drlnkI II Ile the followltiK, d'.c.I.I..1 forthwith.Thin .
j Iii',,, iiid trucks operated for l ho. H|ate of ( for laws Instead of the it mount spe- Ild 1 lyinif nird' ln-lnn in 11.'t\fol',1\ 24th duy of May. Ili fil
J'iorida. !providing last week substituted the billpassed 1 I Ing are Its delights. cuiini>', "-'h'lel. tovlt.KiiHt l 11.\ \'I|s.AdmlnlKtrntor .
.,",1"i 'ii-iiioii shall be placed und division of the eommolwcnl! h Into by ant the house than cifled In tlie npproplat'ol' bill.a "Occasionally (the const /guard No.th"I."t Illnl'.r of of I .1 1' 1"1' of '. .
direction and control of I KOllll.Ht '| <.12>, '' J. <&, Atnlt-i'K, d,' ;. I
,i'i'" two state to bo as Flurlda] I week for the Mln'AY1 Hie, festive shorn with mn1 Ip ( 1"1'1.1.) l"c'lo"' 5-34-91-7-10. ,'ci
ago, providing crea 'o"l.h II. 1231taMt '
,, i .iilmiid commission and ImI' and South Florida of 1:'l'hinl bullet who | l"u, lx _. t
111 '\'UI presented of a board of administration Votel 1.'lorlla wil 111S8 upon hiI may escape .X""II| ncroH, wild( ---- ."
upon them a mlleiiKo/ tax. In tlis house of I ton constitutional amendment at the coast Kuurd And If you must landx conlnlnliiK In nil fourtuDiiacr :
? representatives today '
) /
( to handle pooled sinking funds forretl'lnH H more" or I.." OTlll' .
t\\, MiitiH-nt: reduce the mileage by rtepi-pHentalive A. W. the next general elel'Ilol to give die nt the hands ot Admiral 11llards 'I'nl. Hint day ol .Mnv, iiil.! ( -
the > of road and bridge: / I ) men why not MAHUAHUT AIJIKUT, In Ihi Court or Count .ludirc, 'I"f'
| lo half cent a mile ll 'OUI/ wlh < '
i buses Weeks. Holmes county. The county bonds and special road andlirl''ge the state the light to levy nnd collect .[, the, 1 lo.ld.t moon &-31- t-6-28. iliuirdlun.NOTHI Pradford' County. 1.'I"ld., ) I, ,
of ten passengers ca- I under bnllllthf ---- -- ----- .- UiHi" )KMnte.i of Havid mmMitchell.
""" referred to the con taxes (cer-j i i 11" :
I''" 'scene the sound I \.I. '
mClllre'is / district bond*. The senate Inhf.lanle all ('Ulks poppi nnil, ( *
Id I' I h,-i.e-q ua rtel's of a cent a stlutonal conim.ttee. : I and house bills were Identical. lain cond'tlons.: The ('IHI8tUIOnall UK? 1 ; ,)' 111.1: \ \1 \ !T I':"' ,I MMi. >h"ll,.Minors.ollce 'h'I'IIK."II. '

1,1,, mi huses of not more than Tho proposed division In the amendment which II'pluly I "C"lorllll fdiould be Itself, peddle :I t \ lornlliorllr til ".I lUIllt I i it
ignite: ur iihmr* ,
m I" pimnenKers, nor less than stalo t would place thirty-five C'OUI- I The house of representatives passed the house, WHS one of two I Its sunshine and Its Iln. shuffle NotlcH hcrcliy" Klv.-n Unit under' Til \\10:1 IT SIAV CONCH UN IN"ll.

> ,>ngpr capacity "and one ties In the north of the proposed amendment its curdu, and ring It up on the mill ly virtue lr Hint final dccioof" I. hereby KKcli I hut Ihl : I
, (l' I |1" part state Friday passed the senate ( apll'ovedby cash 1-ejslnter. Not foi-iM, "loNiininailt- May' 21th. ,\. 11. :' ( of the ,
,., "u .1 i mllu on buses of more than Into the new state of Florida and bill appropriating mOI'llnj $500.000 as the the senate Monday. I In designed with the rum of even Detroit Michigan has' t I'l.'H! hy /,11." A': 'A. _\, <1". ''HI..IMnI.111.111' .. 111\ ..llloVeniiniiMl ".':,
of In nnd for will' :
TneHclHV lit
pO.t on
( The said, net the JI'ln' \.II.t ml.ol'
1\111" passenKer 'apacly. I II thirty-three ('ountes I of the peninsula fehare of the state of Flor'da: in proponents to tO 0)1110rtlnlle1) and }'Iorhll: ".". county, Klorldn, In that lii'on A. !. .limn 2r11, A. l I. in 211, ,
mll<'iiK>' tax on trucks Is reduced to into South Tlie I boundary state revenues of nppioxlmately' ci-ruiln" .UI.lw.11, | C'. ,' lavlioriii I apply to ,' /111"U.n"I" ( A. '
J'iorldi. the Invasion /
combatting of the
Mholhl hnllte 11chl/ul. -, I.J. ItldHtiour, Uiu .diner, forItriulford
'in a mile on trucks of less line would $8,000,000 on federal refundi .lnKI. 11,1 II County .1 .
I GUI- "" extend across the Mediterranean fruit lly, despite I annualy which has Is are di-fendantn, I h. nnd..I.IKI..I. an Countv. "'1"1'11. tit hln office I'

than .>.fiiio pounds loaded( capacity, state to Include St. Johns Putnam with no expense to the tax conscience by sendil/ a few ''I Special :1..1.' will. to I he hlicllKt In tho county. "ourl h.u InHtarke 4 ,
denunoatlons the
scathing of
procedure nnd l I..t for i-Hnh, nt the i>i "" HOOII th ,
wretched of Ilhl. 1"1011,11. ... "
rents a mile on trucks and Alarhua counties users, purveyors
tWo In the pro- adopted In eradicating the payers. South th. Court houxe In after m..r "RI ho h..lo. ;, t' .
Or a loaded capacity of IHixed new state of thereby pints to tho penitentiary for life. 1 l..I., Hradford" county, Klorlda, on for nnthorltv .to ...1 ..!. ,'
J'iorida. pest by some representatives. The "Florida Is the drunken Bister Monday I the Kli-nt day of July A. li. all Hi.) rlKht, nnil \Interest nf "

5,500 pounds or more coming giving this state boll of the bill Is now ready for the signature : The resolution proponing a constitutional of the commonwealth of states a for 111211: durliiK. : the,: li-irnl: IIOIII-H I :of : 1':1.: the I ahovtt nuinid: minor:: In nml to I
the terms of the act. The Institutions of amendment lo submit the imriMiHe of HMtlHfylnK ( hut certain tract, piece or parrelof '
willi I higher learning of the /governor. RarLndel wanton and It should decree, HIOHO ct-i-tuln ItitH, of land Iv- html, xltiiatp, lylnir, and befnK/: In ,t [
bill as amended now goes to the the state and also the state capitol the question of a split: session of put a hymn I tuna to the Inir and beltiK In Itaniptuii. Hrad, tl'I,. Itriulford (.."nly. l-'lorlda, '::1 i

for concurrence In the is In the legislature at the next /general lusvivlous of Its lute. ford: county. Klm-Mla; deHcrllied: : nu I more ,imrtlcnlHrly dc-Mvrlbed : : I
I senate I proposed the amendto Racing legislation was dealt asevere pleading LetIt tine ((1), Two < U ), Three; (.1)) Knur; follow*. In-wlt : ", :

amendments. place the 'matter before the blow In the senate when ,electlon, passed only when Senator continue drunk and lIHlu/: ((4 > 1.'lv. d ) and six C ID ) of Itlock ,I lc'III"1 foi,. 1 .I'I.tnl 1 point ut .
(1(11( of. Town of Hamil { certain I"
the bench. IXII"'I tlU (
electors of Florida at the next gen the upper branch of the legislature/ Wagg, who was out in the lobby StlteNew8. 1,", ." I./.lnM to 1.n..y..1: I'h.' \, tract,.plvce'O'I'r.t or imro-l Ihlt of Iiinil ; !

Man has rallied to the cause of eral election, according to the provisions dashed Into the senate during verification t""v"y. exceut pint .r II" lylllK HIM! II'ln" In Stnlkt*, I'' "
by a vote of sixteen to thirteen tola that extend, a Hrudford, county, \ uhirh Huldhltick '
hl>. lii-si t friends, and I took the of the proposed amend added to the local option bill to of the roll call to cast the : (or L. H. : : ; ; line hundred feetvnt w..t "f'1 the 'In,1 I Iend II piece or "\1.1'111.., latiil, Hl 'f

lel(! laiive representative of Palm ment. necessary twenty-third vote In Its 1"\1 B.H'XB.\'Ca of Hiihl loin, 1'lnM In Section I i l"utintlil on the huxt: liv Hay or /SanilftH .
I legalize the operation of parl-mu- :ln.I..1 (111)), "'\I1.hll' H..n ((7)1" HI reel ,n,,1 I on the South hvCHll
Dcui'lt county to do it. The FlorIda tuel much'nes: a referendum provision favor. Senator T.. T. Turnbull of Mr. L. II. Bedenbaugh was born 1"lh H""I" Twenly-two! 122)) "lOnHl.iI : xt. and\ on the \V-Ht hv ItroailH.V -
I K:. I KMllllT, I Blri-el nml on the North hy ---
making body has been asked The house also the Twenty-third dlstr.ct: author I.
paused to place the .before In Maroii county, Georgia, August Siieclnl JIll In Chancery.1A. dlreet. ","I I from tin- "III'hl..1' i iiorner

/ pals a law prohibiting the SEnate bill creating a state agricultural '\ the voters of the qleslon entire slate at of the resolution, spoke in Its behalf. 25th. He moved to Columbia S. CII'JWH., of xuld blot U. ..
I rel of land, thetu-e Kant: 105 feetiilonK
The is to divide the "I.I,1 .111\410111
oft of the tails of proposal
dogs board consistIng :; :
loliblim marketing ,
the general election In 1930. county J"lollda. when he was 1.1Yl'al'l I : >t-fl-2K tht* North line of xnUl ('nit

litpoe-ieiitatlve( Oliver introduced the governor commissioner: ofagriculture 'eglslattve sesBlons ole of twenty of age, and was married toMlsn ___ .__ I ulret-l, thence North .174 feet 1 UipiiiuHiiHt
: HI.: fret Month to t In-
tlj. OEISure. The bill also would and the state ma'ketInl The farmers and agriculturists days to be held biennially In Lavon'a Florence Witt In "UI.I'I'I: I"I'" :<-1 % I. \'I'I'U'P: North line of; Iwl. Cull. xt reer 171

prohibit the cutting of dogs ears Inspector: and appropriating, May, and the second session ofthirty 11; f .it.; I thenceVoHl, 11.1 the North
187 this
I of the house of had !! To union wits born I line of mild full :I fi-ct, haIIIK -
or maiming either tall or ear. $.15.000 annually for its malnten- I their Innings and passed a bill requiring dayn, to be held In September. I eight children ; five girls and tireetoys. [ Notlco IN Iiert-liy Riven Unit. nil- a part of the Northwi'xt' iiiuitiIVVVL | '' ,,
At the spring/ sesHlon the cliland lv virtue of that tlnal, de-1, ', ) of llnHotithuexl 1 iiiurtiiHW'i | -
! : ___ .. _. __ _. W' __ fertll'zer manufacturers to In nineteen hundred and tree I of foreclosure 'made' April" IMh ( '! ) of 1"'lnl Tin''nl\ -i.,lirnl, ,
label every package of fertilizer legislators would meet for the purpose eight, he removed to A.: D. 1R2SI, by ;llonornlili;: : A. /. AdkiiiH \ : ,, (Sec. 2<< ) "Townxhlp Six Smith
of Introducing t'Hls and resoJutlous lamlltnnwhere .Inline of ( InClrcuM court 1 In I Raima 22 1'1,1. ", : to tho
as to chemical content of the / ho spent the remainder of und for, llrndford, .-.IIIY. Klorldn, In'I l-nlillc, ..,... of l"II.'c'nrllll, <'onnty,
w to Play tll and In the fall I the senators his ""I1411" caiixevliereln Irn C. Florida. ,
life. Ha had been member
product, naming each Ingredient anil : return I ( coinplalnant I nnd, .1011'' I >n tea IhlM 17th. day of :IlY. .\. D.AI.ICi "::1
dearly. The bill was Introduced reI'etEntatvet woulc of the Lutheran church fifty years.He :T. lliillim, l.uln M 19 ',
to cast their votes. Meanwhile and: 1 Will I la: n:Ik nre IIII': :"- / ,: \ : ;:t
MDGESeries by Hepreseiuatjve) Bla('k, Aluchuu the bills Introduced at Ihu wus I useful neighbor, a good II r"I""nl., I the nndernltfned, ax MI|'- AH fliiHrdlnn tf. 11'\11':1.1.I" I."t.; ofl b

county, and waspassed by a vote I husband, and kind affectionate cial niaHter' will xt>ll to the hlifheMtancl l >a\ld I'lerxon, :1111 jind ,. y' ,

of 59 to 10. Representative Black .pl'ln/ KBHsion would )he printed Uither. He will ever lie missed In South::::I 1 lcNl door"I.If.1 l he for com: cnxli' .I ,hotiHu nt: I he InStaike Chin MlnolM':: ;:lew '\UK'.. > 11 I lll"I. ; ,;'

! 1928-29 slated that the bill was Intended : ( In order to permit our ,community.He ; I 'i; Bounty, f-'lorliln, on i, JAMWS: II. HUNCH. '
by the members of the legislature Monday/ the dav, : of July A. H. 1 Attorney for" (1111.11124rt- _'] ,; !
to take care of the farmers of the had 8I'vec us mall inesneiiKeiou | dlirlilK" H"' leiral liolil-H' of Mule 'jt'
Wynne Ferguson state enable them to know the OIlol.tunly) to study them he- route 223.1(17( for nine for: \the :puipouc:' of mitixfvlnic I ': maid: I'd"l.r. I -- --- '
I all( .., thoxe lundx lyiiifr tiiul UI'H'I': Til ,' \fltllt1Sen :
tore the open'nn of the fall term. 111111 : 0'1'1 1\ ,
II P \CT1CAL AUCTION DRIDGE""T Just what they were buying when Kars previous to his death, and ,,'In. I" '', ,, ,'ullly. ., [\

I they puichased fertilizer. I was always (faithful to htn duties. described, aa: J..II.\\ led hhlx will tin received, \>vIlic !:. .
The proposed constitutional l Ilw don meant <|iiai-ler' Ulock llouid of lliMi.l TriiHtei-H of llrri'lfonl ,

,'.' ,\8. .. oylo Jr. amendment by Senator W. J. Sln- lie d'el May the 5th, 1 II21.!> !> The One: :, North: cinnrier ItaiiKe, : Two of I llorl llnxt.: :< one,1Solilh TheNorlhvext : : : I ('ollly. Klorlila, Hi th.i, ullU-u I" .
the hoard ntSliiike
luneral were conducted at of the of I :
legislatl'e probubly will he mlotary, of the Koiirlh district tojlace servl'el rtllllHe Two llaxt. The Nollll" "c'.lry, tinlll' 10 o'i,'1.. k nin. I,t f
"R- Xrt. asked before Its adjournment to I the bore at I I p. m.. by Hev. Clark h.llf of SoulllWexl iiiiurter of IllocliOne I of .limn' .4lh. l'J2l! and lit' that t t
t. w tr
. .r provide funds to erase an $850,000 before the voters tie question pastor of the ) Methodist Ill-ant South, UaiiKc',. Two lu! I TinXort I line ptllillcly olellerl| for" ilellllllKnil. ( I :
'' "i i f1> mn nv ROOD' Auctior oia,'ira I I =crginai: ben ntate deficit well ,
as to 1':1"1 'lw'o. .
as cunnty:
h"" the IJniter1 tat;s. and !)I the tragedy jvjr though l provide i limiting the number of Judlc'ul: Ilmpon. hair uf Illui-k" (C""' (load 51 Irom Ttond No 'i'i' by :.
the N.
to rest In
1 "MI'" ** community. \vlni"iticiii U'.2 original lead is iiu :orrecl aiie antli3 new financial <,cduies. Governor I circuits to twenty fulled by two l'emaln' '< Ilid cif ThifiKIIMI( : ( TinKoiilliiiim, <|IUIK"j, IIIIIHI (IrllllH' to ""'HSI.\ -K. ,'
l it is understood U Santa Fo cemetery. The active 11"1. OutiSoiiih, KIIIIKI- quantity, nt the Hint
i has .K.nd, the on, study- I'm.
o i:sually ono ar .nore: outIK :r.U neld. Onttie otlior Carl votes. ': "< In Slniiin .1. "- .
111 in-oniiHiilN HIM" ilexlrod tire" '
"' nlavcrs. These obycrs have fust cl layer bV" La: :Doeniniread Ing pi.jus to make up I a general pallbearers were L. .J Wynn. L. G. dlvl.'nl' tit InnilM' .. """ \, In /iilat l I, Cle.ti-lntf I." '
i I,' in D that Johns, W. II. I). W. I.t 1,0,1 Hiili-dlvltclon "- In .U>c-c| I /.1
u (common irrespective of clten gives the :claror axtntriclc revenue deficit of $ S.>0,000. His Max well (' ni' 421 I"I/I..1 atrex.I "
The last constitutional amendment ". lt | In
I All work (10 he done (iKcmuanco'
i I i'i' their game, and that ia tin which he needs to maKe tam-.-. plan for absorption of the deficiency Swindle It. M. \ J. V. i orilM nt llracllord: : \ c'ounlv! fioi.Ida l with thA pliino 1 nml Inslrutlh'M'HpecincatloiiH '-.
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i u ena'iles them to play best J It la sometimes said that claying th3 has voted down was the proposal Jones and W. II. Griffin.He all IIPnir! In Ht-i'Umi Tkvi-nty-twci'I ; nnd iiropoHul ana c.ni-

1 i : i-sure, to rise to the occasion. ]I|, two hands is worth on the average one not been announced, but trom the house of representatives !((22), :TowilHhlli j': (:H) HiHilh.I llulltri-l' I I tract ut Itriulford, county.
ho Is considering] several proposals) 1<1\'es to mourn his IIWH betides -pily-lwo| ( t1)X) KIIHI. i-iintuliiliiic The rlKltt Ix lexurvud to reject any
'is another quality however, !11 t rLto: the Declarerperhaps the to provide an Increase to $10 perdigm 17 acrcM niciri1, IPHH.l :: .
1 ol the rood I Ila in I which he may submit to the legls- .a large host of fr:{llrl, his l >. !. KNK1IIT. I nnd nil old* ,
oven ( player*, ) advantage is even //tr .ind th't:\ is the abilit/ icrt t ik-ufar bcntflls irom tha act tht. of I I lature. wile, Mrs. L. II. lledenbuugh, of A. R."r' *- IK the ollliof I he H..i .r"tll.yuf
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I' i- gone before and to conen- ''lha 52 cards, hi Knows which are I 'aturB. Senator Hodges took the Hampton ; four daughters, Miss Sollc-ltor, fur (* the boaid Ht .SlnrKe, ." ",'' I''

i civ hat is ahead. '\ ou mav h.u pi i.;ainst him pnJ which 26 he holds in I I Proposal of an additional one Poor against I, Utlel.tll that he \uhy nedenhaugh and Mrs. M. L. 'lph.lllll.Ga .GtG28r I J!, H..M.\1.I.II.W.Ch"II''lan: ., ." .

i .ici 01 the gal( down to n. the two lalcl5lerel&; each opponent I Ii cent tux Saturday started was opposed to reofferliiK in any Wattcrson of Hampton : -- ---- <'. A. 1..tT1. .. .. .:/,:
1 and the nkill to play fine Auction i i c. I n esc car s in own hand and i gas open modified form the ),'ol>Hal for Increase II'S. Ole (' r\'iv "11'1.:11'1'1111'1": : < _it 1 -': : JTil ,
I I rebellion in the liouso. I Fearce of Lake Placid und Mrs.Pessle NO VI lllIINT, n.or .
'u happen to have the kind n I I 1.4 in Dtinimv tut is unaware how the Speaker In per diem. The people < : M \ n I h
(lotzen offered the Ini Hryunt of Fort Myers; two IIIUI. nO I :
men t that frets over haH.re.\''oilier 26 lie. Beyond this the opponents i) measure he declared, voted down overwhelmingly

v i \11 make a fine lyer. ol the Declarer have a grc.t: dicadvanI '| leasing the gas tax In six cents. last November, a proposed sons L. L. Hedenhaugh 1 nIl J. \Vredenhaiigh \ l'oiItinHfoirl I ---HIV, fur" thi- f'lri-nlt r-ourt Twi-ntv-Slvtli Jnillclal \ : i

1 u )1 vour partner play one I lage( in the tact that ole of them must Efforts to railroad the bill to calendar I also of our town ; andon' 1"ll1 of Marcli., IU2I.! Circuit Hiuilfoul < 'utility, _I''
or it bad brenhi! ,, bad "blind i. before sscinj Dum'lIY' ) Increaue from tlie present .rnt-rnl "fliool 1..1. FloridaVM. "'
'cly ; e., ? preference for consideration h'-othrr, L ) nhauKla of ,
worry you. lick tp |I hand lie mutt playa cad to la:I with other administration measures pay I Aluchue, ('(/inty. | sinter. Mrs lt<-<-.|| dlrh'K' inonlh IL'tUOn : 'olll.lnlnalt. .
'r" Hand trick. 4inate cast 23 agalimt the resolution \
witji an open wind; concrn1"HI I first I M. i WII'"nl. dUI'111 inonlli r>Dllftitivtrcliaft .1
L. Carvlll neb
.>n the probkms connected willi: The original lead of course, differs threw the house in confusion : nnd 1 In Its u r8t. nu. 1'1. \11211' 17.65HUIrlit :Iu'I\"t, l>.Thompson f nclant., \ "11 .

', 'Ming! and whether the Declarer has and. Incidentally, the ftorst parl'mentary :- : Javol"I and seven grandchildren. I .1 altntlmd '
This i
play. cannot bo according to I Overdraft, Manh I. l' Z9 ___ i by offld.ivlt
.' '-lisiicd to any advantage I oCU : no-trump or suit contract. Let us I I tangle observed during of bill to eliminate The bereaved ones have the I Ket-HptK ilurlnir) inonlli 31.1 In 1 I np\"nrl'l\ tinalioVH ...".... that .,' :'

thinking 01< the preceding land fiist take the case where the ..Declarerh..s I thin session. Henry McKenzle, ot Approval a sympathy of the entire community.MICI I WarrtjntM "U"llt" nmntliivvrdrafl thi> ri-Hlili'iii-ii of MI"I\"t" Thnn-pmin" tal of I"I. "J'
''" all the payment of 25 per cent ( i: t : I of a .tiit. "Ih.r .
and 1'211
in anger j-egret or disappoint- 1/iil "Ono no-trump" hayspassed I, I'utnam. chairman of the finance penalJ AI"l trl< .'?. I.J 1.'lul'hl., 'lo-wll ; 1113 I7ilahth, ,
n\, ; or where the Declarer his said on redemption of tax certificates < OF TII.INKH 1 Hal. March I,'i mill; Oil OKIC street, WaycruM*. ."r hi that IS.th.ru .

I..'arn to lose one hand at a time, not 'One no-trump" and his partner alter I and taxation committee, was In for lands taken over by the state I I .i- -lftH I| dn111 month 3.il: ) I 1'. I. no r..r..1 alllant.(In the norvlcB ntnt or of ', I '{".I "

t!'I 01 three or I "No bid" from the first ooponent, the chair, Speaker Getzen having for in tax 'Vnl'rlll. .IUI'hlM month :Hr> onOvviilraft .1'1,1. whom would, l lncl tntt 1 ,' "
our, as many pl.ver a delinquency payments I We wish to thank those who I, l'12'.l' : ._ glil.Ugl UIMIII > :
They bad hrs said "Two no-trumo" declaration I gone to the floor to Introduce the Maid defendnnt' In thU nult (or dlvorc -
xeep ussing over one was given by the senate ut the i rendered nerv.ce; during the sick l Ulrlt-t 'u. ::1fv""IIrt l"t
hand m their ninds and torget to :: often made nowadays TI orcier to 1 bill. Mardi, t. II2!/ 47Z.S7 I .'
pay of the session I IT IM ) opening morning ness, death and burial of our loved dnrlnv iifrnlh K400) .rll. II.'Oltl.1
attention .he informatory double rom liennd ,
.o hand they are then shut out an that MIIIII/ dofpiidant
I I Monday, With approval of a house one.Ve thankful to thoje \nl'l"nl. "u111 nmnlli nan.2:11&I4 : .I-.hl.nt "
paying As /ourth Your "blind" lead are npiiear' In thiauM",
a result they allow one bad the player. Governor has 1 ll)2i! .80 I. '
"and .o rout them in addition the one should in the ordinary way be the'I carlo presentEd bill, des'gned to put teeth in the who cams after time and did Over""lf1'l nr., \. .I nil Monday Juno Srd. 192!>, otherwlaethn I I1\ II

o"ore 'ollowing hands to T*hich they fourth best ot vour longest suit: 3. e.. to a joint session of the legislature enforcement ot collections in the all that tr their power to prolong 111. Marc-h{ durlnK I. 11)2 minith!) -___ 224.:2M taken allewatlon a. c-onfHHHpd* of Raid."all.t I.III VOI.wil "e .1 "f, "'IJ': n

lail o I'II.t.: thnt I'['F

Here is a fine example ot a player ,i I would lead the six. : however of revenue shedule to replace state who now pay taxes will bebenefltted. thank the who were HO Hal. Apr. 1.1211.' __ ___ .__ M.lJ: till for.four" (-" ".plhl.h".1\ w..k" In I llrud-week '". :. ,
to *he occasion and the not be jol lowed vou hoM the plan which he originally physlcanl. :. I 27.0:11 In
doirg must I'ounly pulillMhecl J
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Senator Hlnley argued an patient, trying to rtnl. Marc-h 1. 1I2! _._ __ ) tort .I"\I'uIh.
thing at the right time: "touching honors. For jxmole. K. Q broached the law-maker In asneclal thOllhlul. < i"'pl.' "," month 14.40 ke, : f' ./ ,:
t u. removal of the penalties will comfort und We thank- 'Inl WITNKMM the hand of fl. W. AIilernuin -
{leans throe 'toucn- cure. are ____
10 9 raje Ot montli 7ill( no I
7 in a Wlrrlnl. if
Clubs ] hearts I message./ The governor In Apr. 1.lurllM 1 ,. ______ I Clerk atul Hi" HOII! of thl* .1
in and additionplace .
-AKQ.J,7,6,2 t Y : tha :U'r s ic.t ;o recommended a new distribution bring funds till for the beautiful floral ofler- llUlrli-t ,,. _7 112.78 I court, Ihl I" I he Uith of April, f! (:.

Diamonds, J, 2 t A I : I 1 Ilnl and the ;iacklext :ohe aiieen. back on the assessment rolls InKs that were placed by kind! loving Hal. Mart-h 1. 1921) .: .__ 20707 A. I)" 1929.SKAI. 1'f' ; ;f
Spades A 4 '1! klJ ihe jiehestviz., .. I ot the gasoline tax rerejitie to al.- month"_' ( W. rN \"
Z : J In case vou eaa hundredS'Of thousands of acres han )
the king. Again, it VOL .aold K Q 10. low parts of this fund to go to the now held by tlie state which now the litUa mound where our loved la Warrantw Apr. 1 I...l.h.M.!) _montli. .___.____.. al.OII ( ANfllI-5 AL.UUH.MA.V, D. C. \ f'By
j score, rubber game. Z rlealt and bid I 17, you should icad the The rea- state and the common schools. The 1921 2218 I A. rf. CHKWS: '
kng. do
I not bring In revenues one rests. "We are appreciative of II.frl..t .
one no trump. A passed the no trump I sen is that the may hold. A/governor's recommendation tor alteration I Hal. M.irc-h __ _____ 17.IS Solicitor for Complainantuy .a-St- f'
bid"> kindness! that was shown Heill>.ln durlnK ___ II -
lor, with every month 2.30 ;
with lie wins king
tight tricks and 6 il vour
Ihe set-up J, ; th I ot his earlier proposed WarrnntM month ..._ ,
| lend he would have been foolish vour partner afterwards ''ead distribution also] took in rim'.vr.o. SI.\'S HACK( to us. Hal. Apr. cl'IIM 1:1 .____.___ "0'1'1'1'1 ( ,' ,
o Ian his opponents ol their dangr. through him and you wd. catca hi* I, revenue Airs. L. H. liedenbaugh and ...r.. ,.,. 1.4 In Circuit 11..r.r. < County f .,,I'
>, ho"ever. bW and B I{ I motor vehicle license rerenue. He I ''Bul March" I, ,ufa ____ I____ in.no Fl.n Ida. In ." I
children.Hartow .
j.ck. Members of the legislature U C. I'owell. (.
as ,
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Wxa Z two'lpde I' another of hand. stressed the need for enforcing ...lptM du,1 month __ _2_llnii .
had Let to type .n Cumplulnant, ..
us come t
very hep spades well an other citizens will perhaps "reii> .llrhll month .. '
'ne bll three go. You have no long suit but vou have the ad valorem tax on automobiles I be Interested to read the reaction -- IIIue Moon Cafe en- Mat Apr. I, ___ .____ _n.h. 1320 Vd.

Mere is where A rose to the two lour-card suit. In this case i il, one and pointed] to the essential tightening t'rly' redecorated and renovated. llUlrlrf' \. |10 'II. 'k.r. wlilniv, et ol.l .
,of ef
olaion.OI I the Chicago Tribune to a recent Hill. Marc-h 1. 192!) 27.02 > "ndiinlH. .
dUbs players would have bid tour, ''I i<" a major suit (spades or hearts) and of the tax collection machinery re olutlon .passed by the I I..lpl. ilurlnic month .. __ I elp"u'I"f by altldavlt' all".n.t.
!' but A was too l a pbyrr to h. other a minor suit (diamonds or I \ ilnrlriKmoriih, ._ ed 1,11, Ill.-d In .I."e
gOI to bring back to the state Florida ]legislature censuring the 'O'I'lt'.1 -
Apr. 1D2Il (' Be that .IH believed
that He bid three fifrtir- I iibs), lead the lowest of the majoriiiit. I. : h. 2 7.03 '' by complainant
'" Iha no trump, < if hand isl.pacics the Income from seven million Chicago newspapers and declaring In Circuit C'uurt; I'.riiclfrarcl Pounty, : >lKlrl,-< %. | | that KnxtlM:' l-arker.; Ida
< > with For example, vour Ma :
a spade openiiiK ai d that and law-breakers Florida.H. Ov.rdrlf Mari-h 1 I. | ii2ft' 211.14 VVatxon, M ud liennett, John
tl,11 up in his o"n hand. I 9. 7; hearts, I K, 9. 8, 6; diamond acres of land now held by the gambler W. KlnniiKun, 1"'I"I." durlll month Hennetr and A. W. Heplux. i t. a rionrexldent -

1 ,! triks .1. *, K, 9, 8. 6: 9, 8, 6, lead state ia lieu of taxes. The overnor's are not wanted In this state: I !'unijliilna.nt.VM. | Warr.nl. curllM month 21.21 of Hie: stat of Florlila,
MTJ to ,) cubs. r
_f"I'' wtl manage s"r.p( t is that if The reply of the Chicago/ Tr:- ( v.I'crlr liiL'lil .117.fr, that th. addreH* of neither of said!
trick some way and tot i"i iMtiu he >rof heart. r.3son new plan for distributon of bune Is /given here in full: ,\. H. I Klnnnitun' ft ni.I >l.lrl-t %,,. ,fj .1.r.llnl. are known to him and
,Id! rubber. On the other the U.-clarer: held tops in a nu.or| the five-cent gasoline: tux revenue I' >cf.riflantH.It Overdraft Marc-li I. '' upon dlllKent 'hniulry' be "'-
1\:' 8"n" ''n b" har. I uit ha would bid it rather than notiumi. I "The Florida house of repreHentallvea upiieurlntf l by .vl flIi-,1 In H"ilptM ilnrlnir, 11'21 24.1 .hie l 'lo I..rtlll their addre" I that
cubs was likely use < stronatn Is as follows: Two cents to the has voted a censure of 111iibov* which to partl- WarriintM curlnJ month 121. they .a'h are over twenty-one year'
1':1 were
ii I nmp anr*>ln '<*Mf'rlti I - l/l""" d* at least enough strength to I it. l I.e probably woul. have bi.1 I ttule road department two celts the.Chll8Io'Trlbune. Correspond If. KluriajfJin., HI.ii. Flananan.- -rj.J. .rr.' 'rl,"! 112\. <:| ---- the /1"t. of 1"1"111. known him.

I j) .' game in clubs. A" ths t .r- "-,.."' so you are to help towal'dO. bonded Indebtedness reductions &ntl newspaper lave reported KlannK&n ancl, Maud KliinuKJin, dejii I Overdraft '"lr"a l, iu2U ___ 671587 I a either .f.l said> whomant'i
I enl on l commercial dant*. af" itch uf a ntat It-n-lptM, month d f iidTHRHEPORi -
"11 major miit.Bi.t 2.60 i .
bid I Declarer by leading cent contributed ,j offered a fair chance lar I the your one as other thai, the that Warrant. diirlnir month _
|." 1 d the four bid offered ro'j'm thc!re are other situations which by counties and one cent on the : Izftl aspects of this :, Hi. HditrxHK 1 uf .111",\. Flanagan. and tv"I''r"r Apr. I. 11129Illxlrlil 6U3.07 21.fH'' 1'1' : .: ORDRHICn,
'tur cub b'J three Iffinfiite' in their variety. Hereisone: state which In Its money making ] H."I. Klarmtfiin' Plunairun It. K.l I ,>?, fn that the Nald .I.t"n""nlo. Kuxtlif
'r game -'y i ; "One no-trump"i A said "Doub- basis of county Indebtedness for season has about as mnch use for I l 3<'otM'll. Hlatu of VlrKlnla. Overdraft Man-h I. 1929i Jarker. Ida Mae "Watnon, 1.u.l. Hen-
/ bil and special district road I thnt th of II. J. H'hinatcnn 1 i KecrlptM durlnir _.._ 32187 n.t. John Ilenn.t., an A.
county n.nlh
". and.. all the Volstead as U has for a .. <
bid "Two no let Warrant
Y .
spade and A made! t'ir. uncl Maud KlanaftAli IN 1C. i* tlurlnir mcnth R.plil. they ..da
I[ruIn\JIN his hvlu tl"- p",'wil What shouM A lead/, holilingi and bridge bonds one rent to the high wind. What It tlien wantsfrom f>. Itonte from ('.Iumbl., Htat ofVlrKlnla Hal. Apr. I Ii2ll __ '__ 321.67> are h."y reulred, to apuaaito .

t arts, His bold partner and clever tiidrJr ,Jes. 10. 8, 6. 3: hearts. A, U, 6, :; counties at the approximate rate the Itahamas in hootch and I' that they ." v" .n In- I Mari-h l ..rl.. .M.T"lil before the bill nl..1 Jim In mild "aIM", 192'1.on othr.w'l8 or,
ti-n-nt In (hove certain land 'lying IOvlrdrlf 1, 11129 l.ndlv. -
thu I. rewarded by a gamo ar.dMI I dumonda, A, k, 8, 4; cub. [? of $35,000 per county to be dIStributed not hurricanes. Westbrook Peg- ancl belnl In Jlradfurd rotinty. KlurIcla I (. month "" :1.37 al"luton. of mild bil

'A that most player would have Fhre is Only one viz.the/, two-thirds to the com ler of the sports page gave the ;"N : th NortrmaMt <|uarti Warr.nl. dnrlnl monthI"_" of will xald he'"' 0.I""unr..u,1. by ,
'" A reasonably nope most recent revelations of the rum I r th"xt <|uart r of Northaf I| Uverdratt JI21) _\ | .r.n.II"
up Be on the lookout for such three Cf can 2.37 IT IH olu> : thai
mon schools and one-third to lateral the North Mix acroMof .T
lpces. "uar'.r| I ...rl. lnpo.
Orrtlnitie and don't hesitate to I to make triks. and he n all the relaxaton.; of this tipsy alster In VV .Mt half ot Norlhea.t quart.r ofNorlhcHMt ,! Hat. March I. 1'J2' !> 1.80 thl* order be publlxheil' week

advantage| of them *hen they more likely to mke more if he keeps roads. of the drys."MI. quarter. Section Ih..lp tlurlnir month"I.IIII a.SO Hradford for rour ron..v. weekH In the
thow to the cards Pegler noted that as the two (2>, Town hl|> Mix ( Warr.nla durlnir month .___ Telegraph a news
UI'II. the Declarer a llanfte Twenty-two ,2il> :TW"nIY'1 Apr. 1 I. 11)29 ____. paper puhllHhed ytarke. llradforcl
the article, the proper in tha red suits. The fact that V Three bills were passed by the travelers were buying their tickets That they each are nv.! Illnlrlrt "U. '" Florida.

D Pnll* lead was considered when "Two no-trumps" over the double house at Its morning session Sat bark north the state was one .ar. of UK* und I ther .t tno Overdraft Mart-h 1. 191'_ __ 785.3H 'ov name* the of*eal O.( of thl.. rourt, "a
< had neither Y nor Z is strong or ing in Its customary pvrvon In tha Mtat* of Florida' I n.c.lpL. durlnir 12*.BO \ AlOermun
rn.cr that prepar-1 !
bid a tuit. There are many shows urday. One appropriated $2000 known to rnmplalnant, th* rvlcof Warr.n.. durlnir month 5H..OO I th* I7th dajr '
Ions when the original lead has to long in spde. Let A therefore lea a. for maintenance of the til u 8 tee reform Itself measurably ittihpuena upon whom would Overdraft Apr I. l 1929! prl. D. U29.SFAL. .
I macii without indication from spade ior developments.The put the law on a sufficient number bind either of thn nald deff-nrlantM. 1 hereby c-ortlfy that thu I r 1oa.8M.tI ( u. mr\I.t(
any oricinal lead against a. suit lt; lv'M monument. Another authorized of unfortunate negroes and tippling I IT IH THKRKPOItK) OHUKKKO, nhnwlnir balunrv* ut C rk.r
aa to his often ;: D.
Prtner HO. Tnat A. H. Flanagan. KlanCan. *nd at the nr.ANffP t'A.
: hand in a later expenditure: of the unexpended bal white trasb recruit the l.cle ...Innlnl railing uf th.llnth S. .
.ould ] to
have ben sved if th ;! bs con"jdere artice. O. J. Flaiivvan Maud h.r.ln ubuvit iitatvii. and of ,Solicitor for Complainant35C .:. 31

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,1 ys Bradford County TelegraphEstablished be known as the "Public Free I page patent Inside paper at A wide most of them founded years ago; I alism. and that; have mint, '

School Aid Fund. to be equally I place In the road, and kept It going t that are genuine; solid conserva possessor ait Internatlon( ,; I
I n
1877 From Other Pens \ divided among all the counties of them for three years, during tives. Such are the Gadsden County -I played havoc at the Pe,,,, ,
Tlme (Quincy ) whose editor,
the stllte.nSlarke Telegraph. See which tine ho kept about 10 1-2 I !tttudlos recently
kh' I !It. L. Sweger heads the Florida
here Buddie! When to buy of the paper's available 12 columns The voice
---- we go I Press Association the MontleulloI,i and the 1)/)< ,
,, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class UH a dinner of which sea food Is filled with legal ads, He News, the Madison I Rnterprlso-lte-1 are those of Maurice ('h\, ,
Over in Union county there In a the prlcqi'',' de resistance, we pay printed hundreds of adveitlHe- corder, the Suwaiinea Democrat When this Idol of t th",
:' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. town by the name of Providence. about 25 tents/ mouthful for the mend concerning/ people! who did I (Live; Oak) and the Perry Herald. halls of Paris and l Li u',n '

S. Matthews ._ ____-.________ ______Owner and Publisher The citizens: of (that section trust flch: If a tax is added to that, the not know they had CUSPS In C'OUl'tIIntll ]Most of those editors represent the making Ills first pictau'I'- ,I'','
lo providence. Times Union. To
old school
of jOllr-
personal !
public school fund will receive no papers were served on them. Hollywood( studios, 'linn..
4.. C. Robinson ____ ___-_____ ______ _____ :Managing Editor providence, the boo and plow.0 help from us. Thank the fates, There Is no telling how long his nalism. Purls," there wasn't inn ,,r
_._ _n -- we yet reta...:n our appetite, for sow ; IIl'tarolls: business would have continued I The string In the central section done by anyone else. "
"We' know one girl BO dumb she have 1lot in common.' The
bosom and Palm but he ad.
cow.- I printed an con
', SUBSCRIPTION RATE thinks! Cialnesvllla Run, the Ocala Star, When word got around '
a veterinary Is a home for "
4'' ? Beach Independent. Aw, come I c'el'nlnl I a man whose legal affairs ?1
retired veterans. (lalneHVitle tho Lt>eshurg Commercial, the (tas It hoes' quickly and mly \
$1.50 Six Months, 75c-I'ayable in Advance over to God's country where the were not In the paper's jurisdiction Sanford Herald '
i all dallies
Yearly ; i Dally Sun. Almost as bad as the keep ) that Chevalier wa l, ,, ,:;
fishes bite and all you need Is a und this man's lawyer detected generally alert and have well- '
Application. who looked for tho sing/ for the camera and ihrophone. ,
r Advertising Rates on one notes on ,
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worm or two. the fraud and traded it to its known editors, Holand Dean, who
a Singer sewing machine ""--O- source, breaking up the dishonest edits the Sanford Herald, Is prob- a general nil"" "
-0- ably the frankest, most from all the other depuitn,
and Ms We have outspoken -
Even: the flappers have imitators. If Governor Carlton desired to Shining n "
minds not on whose toes he place. Workmen, wrlti-i :
Jam bills down "
--o any Hepreaentallv i parts of the United States, and presume -
might tread, and he crusades witha graphers and director
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t+, Talk of state division is again up and 'let's hope it will easy Weeks'matter,throat for Weeks it would has bo bs ani: J. V, Schumann, editorial editor : :there though are probably yet some not In existence any-- passion the scent.as the He bloodhound seems, also follows lobe ]- over to the set to listen I ,",

t the talking !stage. mount. all the time. of the Orlando Heporter-Star, ,, man who Is rated as thi" "
not reach beyond open -Sara- where near so many.--Palm Roach a trifle cyncal. The O'allStar
sota Times. admits that we are both gettingold International entertalno,
Independent, la ft specialist In state politics,
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----11---- und thanks it a wise move to c. b. t. lame lend plenty of wit day

) Some flappers have revised the slogan; "P,1int up and clean- The Times-Union says that Jacksonville shift the burden of Florida journalism -.0- Lake county Is a prolific! producer Richard Wallace din' ,

''I I a up" to "Paint-up will cover the clean-up." has a man so lazy he upon( younger shoulders. ri'olc llou Tn\; for tie( Auto Ounvr. of papers, with the well- production' und Sylvia Ii

won't shake when he ha' a chill. lie says: jranagC'd! aggressive Commercial, !Margaret Livingston. Mi, .lu,
A f1Y the only dally, l leading the list,
Tallahassee has "TheState Press Associationand Fuwcett.
one HO smart he George John Mil ,
Tampa Times aptly remarks a man never sings "How won't stop work when the dinner the South Florida" Press AHHOrlatlon It Is easy to pick I Imaginary; Editor Is Brewstcr'8 fat weekly.Kuslla Lochner'sClermont Lake Region Russell Simpson are in I U.. :
Dry I Am" as long as he can walk straight. bell rings.'l'allahsssee Dally both met at l.akeVnles / flaws In an able document which Press has u sparkling porting cast of "lnno, i, ," :
Democrat. Stone last week The latter has taken experts mouths to prepare -
deaf? association editorial page. which comes to t th.,
a Ur --o- is made up of publishers] of all'!'('i but it Is a more dlfllcult mutter Tho south Florida papers, da'ly' Ida Theater; Gainesville, ti" II"

r {; : :Massachusetts man with seven wives was sentenced to One thing's certa'n-If the women classes of newspapers In central to convince reasonable and investigating and weekly, are branded with the days, opening Monday, .lun I

fk 111'f one year in prison. The calm before the storm. do take to smoking pipes It is Florida while the State Association men t that such objections slump' of the new era The He- .--.
u safe bet that the pipes they takes In the same classes from over are material, and effect the ag-In-ized Sarasota Times, which'
0 smoke won't smell like some of the state at large, Intent and 1 purpose ot the Instru was brilliant In its editorials on \K\V: J'\SSI' OJ.Jtoi: / ( Hlml r 'Py;

Old Hambone says "Heap: of farmers needs relief fum those the men smoke do.-Tampa "The South Florida Association ment. (I| democracy during the presidentialicampa'gn
: has subsided to nT! >ilv. Beginning Sunday, .
? Apr I 1.'
Times. They will It the women was of particular Interest because And we feel l sure that no considerable -
'deco stt erin' wheels so's day kin ketch holt o' paih o' plow of local mid Ntnta Interest now. The Seaboard HallwaY schedul ,1 ,.,
want to enjoy a good smoke, of the forward-looking young men number of the membersof Arcadia Arcadian ---
pulls off
some Starke ,,
handles: -0Arcol'dlng who seem to be putting new I I.te 1 the legislature will be swayedby neat paragraphs nnd editorials every were Southbound posted as. foiii \\

--0- to the Staike Telegraph Into Florida Journalism and Into the abuse, unfriendly: and untruthful week, but It, like many other
r one might not be able to the association. The veteran publisher stories emanating: from Florida papers, sprinkles in Auto- No. 1---1( Local ) 11:19: p n
Wanted-Lefjblators whose tax minds will rise above aster Service editorials with Its No. 11-( Local) 11:2a: :!:t .1 I ,ni I,,
1 local which la
nee < organizer John C. a newspaper continuing -
any traveling In that .
:', the level of an automobiles gas tank. Apply in the primary proposed scenery tunnel under; Tampa Loclitier, was there steering the an existence only to em- own without giving credit linen. No. 107-( Limited) 1 1 1'1 I'' ,m..

r5 ? of 1930. bay but It would be a great thing ship, but he like the rest of us I IjUrrurtu Governor Carlton and his Miami The Dado Post,County east coast Times weeklies nnd the, I No. 191! --Xoitlihotiiul( Limited) in : i III.I .

--0 for flappers and sheiks Not If it who have been at the helm a long/ I. administration. are exceptions to the geneial rule, I
No. 2-(Local ) 5:35: a u'
was well lighted.-Times-Union. tame: sees the advantage of putting Its claims] hat I the tux payers of and play up the f'{>personality of the
Arcadia Arcadian has come to the conclusion that if it is No. 12--Locnl ) 3:01: i; p 11'
i. ------ts- -.---- young men to the front in thin'! ,{I the state condemn the reform editor, Frank Price's PoliticalPot
'' the privilege of man to bear arms, it's. woman's privilege toku'c If Mr. Knotty feels badly about great race that Is before the state. measures of the governor are I In the Post is. a well-informed No. 108---I Limited ) f ;11AVnnnrc I ,

(he he has "In keeping with the spirit of weekly commentary on nllllonal.aft'ah'H ItriuicliNo.
I ''egs.Writer. way been treated by II largely Imaginary: creations.
The "Observer" In the 101-Leaves Starke! 'i "i m.,
Florida republicans, he progress: In Journalism so that thepros The that
can join pretence the automobile -
it I'r o I' Times writes an Interesting column No 102-Arrives Stark I i 1'1'' ,.
the democrats. With all their may be a leader rather than !I owners are up in arms against too. i

in Kissimmee Valley Gazette is of the opinion faults, they are considerably better a trailer the South Florida( Asso-I' them In a fabrication pure and'I King of the fields, though, are m BIDe Bus Lutes

that burying the Mediterranean fly will make a subterranean than l'eJubflcans.-Palm Ileach In- ciation put all young men at the simple The l honest automobile I, the metiopolltun dallies In t their I Northbound-5:10: a. m ',1
dependent. helm. Don It] (. Lochner, publisher owner, who has taken the time field/ and the Palm Bearh [IndeI
.f: I fly; of him. of the Clermont I I,I a. m., 1:58: p, in., 5:18: p.in.p .. s ',s
-0- Press was elected and the care to study that particular ,I pendent In the weekly field The .
o "What a delightful situation,"I president; J. J, Schuman of the phase of the bill which applies I I Times-Union and the Tampa m.
Southbound-9:37: a. m. I 1J 117
j tune
remarked a member as he satnear I Vero Beach Press-Journal, was to him, knows. that ha will dominate the morning Tr-I
". Since curves have been brought up for discussion, a reader western elected vice-president; II. II. not held In I this section of the p. m.. 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m I I''" 'I
a window: of the only Ire protected, but Ills taxes
informs that the most attractive usually the state sou, ot the Titiisville I while Ed l.ambrlKIlt's editorials I p. m.
us curves are capitol, and inhaled the IIUd-// decreased Hut the dishonest will are given added lustre by rebukes -.--- -

dangerous ones. fragrance from blooming mag cate was chosen secretary be made to pay his just taxes, andIt from Pat Whltaker and Phil Barney New bridge built over Ilou,, II)

______ nolias. Tallahassee Dally Demo- C. Robinson, of the Starke Telegraph l Is only the dishonest man who | Imitator of the Chicago Tri- Creek on highway; between II''"y"
-0 ...rat In. several section of the treasurer On Invitation / will be hurt. I bune's It. II. L., maKes merry well and Polk County line

tJ ; That St. Petersburg visitor who bought $375,000 worthof state the perfume from the magnolia of 1 II.[ n. Moore, another of tho A terse statement from the I I mirth. Phil Armstrong does the Building permits totalling -

In smothered by the perfume younger newspaper men, and editor Bradford County Telegraph shows I mirth-making In the TimesUnion.The AOO were Issued In South Ja,'i I'
goods on credit should be given a chance to straighten out of the Jacksonville Journal!, whJl'h1IIunA'
arlMlng! from a steaming copper the condition In every county bt villa during April.
the state's finances. {>" into some weird Journalism .
beneath nalthe association decided to hold --- --
c/ntraptlon it. the state. It says: I at times, and the Tampa
0-- ---{) -- October session In Melbourne "That Governor Carlton's meas- Times, with Graham Forrester's

CongreHsman Michaelson will Florida( Newspaper News. ure providing for tax collectors pf'rrlng" editorials are potent In '
I' The engaged in pushing Pike's Peak
now a peanut
guy :
up I
likely have Uncle Sam give his ---- --- lo Issue auto tags and that t the afternoon field. r ;
r with his nose left home because his wife wanted. .the mower brother-in-law a 80ftberth when H. A. Green, representative I tax must be paid: before personal the- Lastly there is the Palm Beach -\ R J "1;;: ;;.

11'' pushed around the lawn. J.! # 'Ssfc the diplomatic liiiuor case Is an- from the second Florida district In lag Is issued is a good measure, I Independent peer of all the per- ;- i.t._;,' .ob /
.. ___ sonal ..
.c: ..... cient history. Starke '' journalism papers It it's i-a feV1L, n >*MFirst i
-- congress, the other day in a very'2'ra01111 call bo seen from the following;
-0-- Tele-/ (peculiar, distinctive personalities
graph. You maun he will / I smooch- llmnlrarl. I li'A nfocaf-" There are iIRS earn niitl tmiflra, oil I you want, rend joint Kdllnra: rion- ;.
- -
f;rj Congratulations to Senators Johns and Knabb in securing IL soft berth for his brotherinlawfor I dent and congress; for their prompt: ; ; the tax books of Bradfoid. county; : jamln and Karman The- Latter:

:. a hard surfaced road from the state farm to two county seat keeping him out of a hard one, action In in ah'ng available the I I while license tags have been! issued has' a futuristic styles, writes
Montlcello News sum of $4.2170,000: t for about unyth'nK, and would die IF

J I waging 11.1 to 1313 cars and trucks. Allowing Fireproof Con
towns Starke and
_ i -0 campaign of extermination on the 128 for tags issued to cars
--0 Among the proposed new regu- :I Mediterranean fruit /fly in Florida outside of the county, this means LI KM THIS in his edltoiials. Benjamin struction in America
And while you are giving the boy and girl graduate a atlons on fishing during: the open I The last sentence of Mr.Green's that there(! are In the neighborhoodof I / a besides close reader being unusual of the exchanges { H,.,. Than 2,500 t_. Old
cation; there are none prohibiting speech, which was to the 200
and trucks in of
cars Bradford sort an editor.
thought, the teachers deserve several kind thoughts for their the fisherman lying, about the size : point and brief In Arteoni, ,lh. homo ot the cliff. dwell.
the To
expresses county not paying one rent of summarIze: Florida's pllJ.ersare } .
;yAa earnest:.! work with the graduates. of the one that /finally got 'sentiment of I as varied .r im ancient riviUwllon WM dlwowv.J
away- every loyal Flor.dlan: I property tax. Any form of taxation ] as Florida's( people -lilrh bulll uUunliallr. ..iiliulIhe
o Sturket Telegraph. Were savingour who Is indeed grateful to the federal ; must of necessity be high. i and Florida's sections; some of ".m."" of wind ."d fire.Toiluy .
best summer /flab alary untilwe government for its prompt action when oll.E>.fourth of the taxpayers them are good/: and some of them .
i Times-Union tells] of effort during the to hear from Don Lochner of the in taking are bad; but all of them, In ekinga f ir proper protection and ufety,
an war change precautionary metis- j evade; payment of their just portion. -, living\ out of their w..huuid. likrwUr. build .tub.nnlldllybut -
/ '
'i the Clermont Press of Jay Heiinlg of urea against the fruit [In : environments, .
name of sauer krat to Liberty cabbage. Give us liberty fly. makIng are giving all they've !got to Improve xlilillon ln nr deqiiofr'y' igmnit,
the Tarpon Springs Leader.. Ml his I o n l> from llie d.n,......
acknowledgment on behalf It Is. I Mm >
,,, cr:; sauer kraut-the name will not change the smell I safely estimated that mora the state:.-Ocala BannerCIIKV. .. I ..
d: null Reach Sun. of Florida.. Mr. Green saiL- --,-.!- "Mr... than 10Ql)00 cars in Florida get -----0-- IrmrnlB which 1 burl nun rrnturie .

-0 -0Jo'ioridalegislature- Speaker, I des're at this time to 'license lags that pay nothing to, : .%i.i Kirsi: !' I'H 1'"UX1o: : :

Number of Florida paragraphers are accusing Avery has cost much extend the appreciation and 'I the tax collector. The state loses iitLTs srrmo UOl'TII': : J. R. DAVIS & CO.
longer to lave: as far tills thanks of
as session Florida to the presi- at least million
t a dollars
tal, # Powell with being an old bachelor. They are all wet. Avery is concerned. Probitbljr the dent, and to Doctor Marlett chiefof I b>7 thJa. one source of tax annually escape. A voice and a personality that INSURANCE

=11. ; married a Bradford county girl 28 years ago lIe has a wife, legislature has done the. hest It the bureau of antomology and The automobile industry of the have brought Parisian audiencesto

II one daughter, three sons and a grandson going to school. could with what it had In do but plant quarantine In the depart- nation has established a system their feet 1m wild applause, that STAn {E, FLORIDA

o uf course it is being_ cursed by' ment of agriculture to the direc- of auto appraisals and the value have made Englishmen forget the

many whose pet bills failed to paaa'I. tor of the budget, to the democratic of any car at any age; la told in London tradition of unemotlon-
i ; On account of high electric rate, Lake Butler lost an established and a lot of others do not like leader, the gentleman from' the Red Bbok, which the dealer
halt the bills that did You +. _._,- -,-,------- _._ ,_._':.
Texas[ -
: industry. The city i is supplied with current by the pass. (Mr. Garner J. to the mem- Is bound to recognize. In trading -

'l'' Florida Power & simply can't please all. the. peo b ers. of the committee on appropriations In second hand cars. This Is the I II.
Light Company who have made an offer for
ple.--Perry Herald.
M1t/1 i and to the speaker and kirol ot system the state wil: use I.
u 1 the Starke municipal 'plant. Evidently juice from big plantsis 0----- fffE members, of the lumie. who have in event the bill becomes law, and I I.I

as expensive as that from the small plants.0 Br'er Robinson of the, Bradford been so considerate relative to the every owner will pay only for the

---0- County Telegraph would like! to passage of the measure; approplat- ', market value of his car. VJ'i' I It
see a legislative committee, clothed I I
fng (4,250.000 for the eradicationof The tax assessor will have a
greater encouragement can be given lynchers. than with the authority to call successful the Mediterranean fruit fly. guide, and by following It abso- I II 1I

the lenient attitude taken by law enforcement bodies in. see- candidates before them to The prompt response Is wonderful lutey justice will de clone to all.ToJlahasMce .- I
charges 'made ,
prove they
} ; ing the law violators brought to. book. It does not. stop with opponents In elections. While against It ,similar and probably Importance one oilier has measure been of Dally Democrat .

,; the! one incident, for the violator' seeing how officials close easy be amusing tau contemplate I earnestly promptly;; and favorably so \Vttli---o--the Etc: batiges

i their eyes in that instance, i is encouraged to. further breaking mcti a legislative: committee In action considered. To you( my friends t 1

+K" t : of the laws. we fear that t th.e public at Florid Is proundly grateful.! ". In the life of the editor of a s I

large is not greatly Interested In kala Star. small town( \ weekly, Saturday is a

---- post-mortems. Make them offer' ----o_ day to 6e looked forward to, If

_ The remarkable feature of the Jacksonville' minister'smemory the proofs with the charges.; Rut For those who are under the Im- I we are to consider ourselves an
how-ICJ In llorllh_. WhatNot average such editor. Saturday Is'
pression. that 111
who. "had first' hand information" newspapers "getrich"
concerning the ." the clay most of the weekly exrhungea -

( money being poured into Florida by gamblers interested in -----0----- tn'ght from be of legal advertising, it I are piled up on the desk.
Interest!! to be shown Along( with some of the dallies of
race track legislation, was that although he could not recall As was to be expected the Hubel ,, that legal advertising rate Is less I the state. Saturday ia the day that

a single name of the "hundred", he did remember that the 'men are up In arms opposingthe I Ihan the commercial rate An advertisement fie, the editor, settles down In hischair
one-cent a pound tax that with scissors and In THINKING
I costing $3 at legal pencil
man who. shaved him was a negro. Like the barber, the story would be levied >..1all sea food rules would be exactly double If !'easy reach, with a stack of fifty or

'a vas also slightly off-color. Bold under the ,.lohns-McCali: bilL charged for at commercial rates. sixty papers before him. and be-
Some of the dealers. It la gins reading.
said YOUNG
Legal rates | PEOPLESaving
0-- will move their shippIng points to are.set ttt $1 per Inch Of course, some of the state papers -
n' or 8 1-2 cents. per line or 4 1-* have no more value than
Legislative reporters are giving a wrong view to the pub- Ceorgla or Alabama ta escape paging for first Insertion a
: 80 cents per second or two of time, but most of
*".c, insofar as the state prison farm road is concerned, in stating the tax That looks Uke abluff. Inch or 4 1-4 cents per line for them have some interesting fea

: the "Carlton forces have begun their assault upon the Fishing la profitable in each addition Insertion.I tures. So it takes several hour to money is coming to
Florida and 01 one-cent pee pound The go through the lot. The only ..
preferential road systems laid down in 1923! and 1925." The tax won't kill the Industry. Isn't commercial rate ta;' we don't even glance at are papers have
Inch a deeper
per or 10 cents I line! meaning to
,,1 decision by both houses to provide improved roads to. all state It about limo! the Usher folk were for each insertion. On delinquent per those that have no editorial page,

1 institutions will not delay construction. work on any roads in all paying the the state tome interest on tax: sales the newspapers are paid or ials"those-editorials that use sent"canned out by editor some thinking young people who investigate

: either the first or second preferential systems. money it bas spent In promoting the magnlficfeat' price of 3 cents syndicate-almost exclusively. Out

asberies--Ocala Star, per single! cotiftnn line per Issue. of this practice come many comments it through the laws
r 0. ----0-; Thes prices between members of the
are paid for a typeof
- : The talk of state division' does not. appeal to the Tampa The senator from, this district advertising; requiring absoluteaccuraC' profession that the lay reader of thrift for it means not
le' lion. K. At.\ Jot an ot Starke has doesn't comprehend. Editor Benjamin -
Daily Times, saying "all-Florida has too much in common to. to his credit some ot the most Important void and) or the advertising is of the Palm Beach Independent only independence from want

+', think of dividing" and "there is but little sentiment favorable bills presented to that started proceedings must be let ua say, joshes Editor ,
over again. When you hear Pepper of the Gainesville Sun
to. it in south Florida" Florida should not be divided and the body? Ills pledge to the citizens some fellow spouting about the tho Times-Union's Avery Powell, or but independence from the

b' t best reason against: the proposal is the first advanced by the that his actions would be governedby cost of legal advertising and thatIt pats the Starke Telegraph's; J. C.
the spirit ot economy Is being should Robinson on the back. Out of consequence of want.
be curtailed all
p It down
Times.: The southern part of the state deserves
consid i shown
iKtI i more in the bills abolishing use- that It Is not the cost but the this has grown the Florida Pa-
eration at the hands of the legislators:.! than it is now receiv less and near-useless offices and in In publicity KAGraphera league, a nonchalant '

'1 ing for there are problems to be met and solved. not found in the constructive legislation spon- to avoid newspapers. Starke! that Telegraph he wants I and sort ot no an particular outfit that has no dues Bradford
sored by him. purpose except County Bank
'l, other sections of the state.. Still it has too much in common v-o-author ot bill Johns is Some thirty years or more ago, tto have the rag chewed.norlda's I
a to
Impose a license when
for members of the legislature by their actions set one section tax upon the sale of dab legal advertising was worth ) weeklies far outnum- I
and more In ber the dallies, usually have Bradford
proportion than It is now I| more i County's Financial
4" against another. The good of Florida as a whole should be other sea foods, the revenue which, a lawyer of our acquaintance, who colorful editors but are less ag- Stronghold

paramount in their minds. estimated at over a million dollars had a lot of legal advertising to ) gressive.!! We group them usual- i. STARKE FLA. .

is to go to a special fund to dispose of, started a little four j, ly, geographically. There's the I ,

tweet Florida string of weeklies, & ,.. .. .... ....... ...
-- .... ... .., ... ., ...- ... .

f. J".. .L .1 '.0\, ,>-,, 1'--w""y..J' ,,! A! ,I#.. '",,, ( ? .M..ts:agNrw, aLawJ$,',;; ii (Uial'ro.e, ,t