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: June 7, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02388
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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AFFECTED BY MED-FLY CAR CRASH CALLED INTO Base Down 300 Miles Long; Cover The .\. '

_. EXTRA TERM -- Entire ;
--- Gainesville, May 31.-Stnte'i Practically) three miles of tlu Oo'rIlRiN't.n.1)' of I,%tlU>( Country
luadforil county strawberry
i Attorney J, C. Adkins and hli rock base on state road 28 hat Men In 1 llattlc\ Wltli l cult Pest r ,:
,, have no cause to falter I Ir In SCHOOL <
>" !I'H BOARDIROCEEDINGS stenographer, Miss Plnkonon wen (')when OllllTH MlTllllK. On VITnC been completed last Saturday nf- IVtlrriil Ilimnl In ,Ss; ..Ion.l to IK* ,
because of thd'n'rranoan .1 1
,ii operations In a hospital: at Lake City Ins mores. *. ternoon by the Duvul KiiRlneerlnn: Division of the quarantine area ermine .\1 lon. !

'! fruit fly. This much night suffering: minor Injuries received Company. This marked the ('ndnf Into eight districts( to facilitate fl:)' ________ I "
by recent Washington June' 1.--\ hearing I
eloped co ,
rreeponbetween -
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when the automobile I In Tallahassee, hilly! ::1 tl. Placing the third weak since work 1'"uIIIl'utlollVorlc wan announce d I

E. S. Matthews,, I l11et-; which they were returning from blame for the 1 legislative deadlock started, but several days were los 1 this week ut Jo'nt' headquarters of to consider the udvlnnlilllt of \ '.
,deut of the Bank of Sturke, Hoard in regular IIP-Aslou extending: Mediterranean! fruit I
i I'' Tallahassee overturned squarely on the shoulders of members on account of rail Fourteei plant quarantine and control nd f..
inWllmon Newell, entomolot with all members present ca lied thy quarantine to cover every state : .sr
I Adkins suffered a fractured collar of the house and senate (lei (links are now used to haul tht mlnlHI rut Ion I'nltecl States depart\ 1
I' the }Florida Plant Hoard!., to order by chairman. Minutes of the United States WIIH hold today ;
bone minor cuts and bruises Carlton today called on ex truer.d'nary rook from the siding on the Wan fluent of Agriculture; mid the State I rI
road and approved.' before the federeul plant ,
I i I wltliiK, / Dr. Newell Mr. Mat M. 1\[. Parrinh: told the hospital last session of the 1929!) leglnla-, nee Branch line nnd lhln number f'lat.l1oarllln!,! Orlando. quarantine v

\\s undertook to give him ae Hills for the month were audit night Miss Plnkoson was leas ture to enact laws 10 provide flinch will be Increased, aa the mileage Districts) extend from Jackson board.1'robably 'i; .

.u Idea as possible of the ud and paid.! seriously Injured, receiving only for the schools, rnlno revenues to mounts: until the Union county line vllle to nort hl'nst101'1011\ \ tit Poll! It will of be several daysbefore I '
i .,berry situation in this sec- Hoard Instructed the superlnten cuts and bruises operate the stale government, approve la v'ea'iletl. county with a newly appointed\ [ dK-!! Secretary j

w, and Dr. Newell In his reply dent to get; offer on the schoo( (Iloth were thrown from the car the appropriations bill 'ului Work will also start Monday[ on tract Inspector In full charge cell Hyde rules on the question. of j l ;
Dr. C. L. Murlatt
,.1 i, '''. that there will be no change house known aa the Rosier! echoo a Ilulck coupe when It skidded solve the problems of finance and' the SllIrke-I'(>YHlouo Heights: pro departments: ) of eriullcutlor : j
board the of the
tho( said object '
,,ill with regard to the planting) : house also to measure the negro from the highway two miles aunt taxation. ject of state road 2H, (the Mnnley[ ; work In each.Including 't j
hearing wan to provide a basis: for :
.,uid marketing of stl'awbenlea school( building at \Vuleroak amosllmate of Lake City and turned turtle The governor's address, delivered Construction( Company- of Lea national !lIl1rll"mt'n the better enforcement of restrictions ;,;s'

In, 'M In fact he expresses thei the number of feet ol The cur, Parrlsh said, was traveling at a joint tension, confirmed, burg now placing their equipment ( and laborers Joint fly eriullcutlof under the quarantine recently 4

\i,. u 1 that not only will shipment roofing, needed for same. at a low speed) and skidded because the extra session and settled the for unloading the rock lieu forces now have grown to more established on (the move-

i I", I Hie Kustern markets be nnron II. I). May was Instructed to of a wet pavement question\ as far as the chief executive trio station. They will start t Hi* than 4,GOO men. In addition there ment of host fruits and vegetables/: y1'

,'urd!. but that the movement ofi find out what the needed repairs Adkins and Miss Plnkoson probably 1 tll concerned. Only the actual rock base at the Intersection of are citizens committees und voluu originating lit Florida. The particular "., '

i : :.eg to markets south of Po- were on Hampton) negro school. will be brought to Gullies. date of beginning work remains 1 a Church and Madison streets. and leer workers accelerating cleanup object at this time, he said, )''i, i '

s i?.'mm Yard will! also be unre- vllle today, Parrlsh said. They moot question and this: will be determined continue down Madison RlldVII work In localities. Dlfllculty a'-'
Tho board decided to have thpartition ninny Is, by relation to prevent any reshipments -
uted., This will take cure not put In the I Hampton had been In Tallahassee during': tomorrow when the ter streets.t This part of the highway / of directing from executive of such Florida fruits : '

i.i i > of the heavy car lot move- the day and were returning home house and senate pursuant to (the with'1I the city limits was Included Orlando large force
olllcen In HO n
the of
siliool and defer the matter of a a and vegetables t from areas ire, I
a? ni. but also of the refrigerator water supply for the school until when their machine! careened from governor's command decide when In the contract held by the' over! tin area :200) miles lung and destination nnd utilization specified .

-hlpmeut to the nearby marI next meeting- the highway to return to thelrt labors. I Duval) l'II IIH'erlnK 'ompany but 70 miles: wide at Its widest point In the quarantine Into other l

I :May He-tin Tuemhiy. Will taken over by (the Manley IH reason( for creation of district sections of the United StutoH.
Board instructed the
I Hi'i,, is: good news for this sec to notify Dr. Shealy that secretary the of New Unless more strength IH enlist Company to provide an outlet to to enable closer supervision and It Is Intended also to furnish the f.; ; n

i s u, i 'u it means: thut t there Is h not I board declined: payment of his Samples ed In support of a proposed ran the city limits for their trucks better adaption to I local conditions... bunts! for prompt handling: of any '\ ,

', I KI be any Interference with I IIia urrent resolution to adjourn the( : On this: project L. M Cray bus Former department t ho'uds will points of Infestation which may 5y
n ,'and growers. claim for damages; to his car in Money Displayed jxtru lawmakers are expected to be' tub-contructed for five mites\ lending I *
money crop olllslon with school bus. "on tin ue In charge at Oilando but Inter be determined In other Istales.

MII, fear of loss. vised to get list of extra pupils In The first of the new currency; afternoon at 4 o'clock. Strenuous i and Mr. Gray la placing) his equipment co-ordinated. Suitable olllces( are IlIa rill It further pointed out ( '

I'i full text of the corres- efforts were. being made tonight> for starting work while effort Is be-
their district and If enrollment soon to be Issued l by the United I 1\IOlldl1Y'j being opened\ In such district niheadquarters. that a vigorous
ili-nce. between Mr. Matthews' I to pledge votes III both branches With, two contractors die made and stateWide
i warrants it the board decided toI States was seen for the first time Following ore : lug by repeated 1
id\ Ur %Newell' follows: n support of the resolution. The from both ends of the project( Ibis locate alt ? tt ,
territories to
i" furnish school with extra teacher !in Starke this week when It was (net limpet-torn until : Inspections, )

May 25th, 1929. Board will appoint trustees for placed on exhibition by the Dank) powerful administration bloc in .welve mile stretch of road 28 between Duval county I K. K. llrngdon( 3590 points of spreTid of t the fruit fly

I I. \\11 mon Newell, rtiirke negro school ; to hold office of Starke; and the Bradford County; tllo house, however is standing Starke and Keystone St. John's avenue, Jticksonvllle; in Florida and to destroy all fruitat y

Olllllldo.o'la, until elections are called next Bank. Four of the new bills $1,, firm In support of the rumol'edwishes Heights will be completed Ill.. West Voluslii-l'ntnnin t A V. Smith,, such points, Including a con- .

I I1 "in Doctor( Newell: $2 $5 and $10 are mounted on a a' of the governor to begin record time Mr. Gray will ulso ItaLund; Seminole, JV.. Monk, sldoruble urea around the determined -
year.No the session as early as possible after have another crew completing the Den,. Infested the fact t,
OruiiKe-Onreolu. re-
Sanford groves
sheet of white card and besides ;
The strawberry growers of this election will be held In
usual week-end recess. Duller! to the y
the Luke '
base from Lake nuiin that Infestation being
much concerned Vanderbilt district until next being of a more convenient size, Burden, Orlando; HarryFogg ; are
lion are very year.
addition l
show considerable Improvement In The governor's; message In Bradford county I rue. Tuvures: !Polk Harold found nt new points) MO: fur all Y ql
'ii>. know what to do about plant- Hoard ordered Investigation Into mentioning school (financing !
design and printing The new to Wowry, JIll I II('a City: J Kast Volusla,, contiguous to or within areas al-
nit lor crop of berries. the matter of the removal of desks andappropriations ;
of the
heard bills were secured by the local Institutions enactment revenue subjects as the welfare of the shoe V. I. Clark, teyr Smyrna; llrevard, reuy determined as infested ;}
I have that the slrawber- from Theressu school to llumptouHchool.
and the tux
bills '
to familiarize their cue may require' and the constitution, Frank Sh( 'Iing. Cocoa.is Speaking! for North Carolina, W. ;'1v I
i' not a desirable host for the .
called the extra
problem of the state permits. -e11'1)ItiC A. Grtihum said, the peach growers ( -
with the new kind of mon pv
>I: 'IK''' fly but do not have definite C. C. Crosby and Mrs. Thomas tomers "for the of considering the
purpose Call for. .4aerlllrcThe were becoming alarmed over '
ni'irmatou! ', : on that subject, and were assured that the board would ey they are to handle after the enactment of laws on the abovementioned ; "ST.\KIID' .: o\ '
the governor I hen spoke extemporaneously prospects that the fruit lly might M
starts. replacing :MONDAY
government !
"iiniiid" (! like to be advised In order look after the transportation of subjects and such other nOH
on his resolution infest peach orchards In that state
with the new. Distribution ;
i Mm I may puss the information their children to school this! year. old currency subjects us the welfare of the I t
ot the new bills will start aa follows: Lake Hillier Juno 1..Aftet State ofllcluls are making vigorous
,,:"ii"'Hie: The matter of water for Hampton require and the constitution '
state may for saying efforts ascertain it their tears
strawberry In this section school was laid over until July 10th and n!i rapidly as possible This "You pardon me some delay In completing, some d dare
of the state permits.
will taken that I recognifo thin brings, : ; to you warranted he said
the old ( be Contractor Gray
other contracts! :
i planted during the summer and next meeting. bars will
< clause indicates the
last additional burden. 1 um aware J. C. Chase, of Orlando FlorIda -
Illy fall but the fruit does not Hoard adjourned to meet first up and shipped in to the federal an got part of his equipment muvl'1OVl'r '
i considerationof
banks. be let down for the of tho fact that the businesses fad 1 and work of hard surfacing I sad! there still was a great a
'iomi' > on until winter. Under ordinary Monday In July.A. reserve of other general bills ''
scores of all are culling you de.ul! of fruit In Florida that was
weather conditions there J. Grlffls Secy. The new bills are 2 5-8 by 6 1-4 profe-Hslons slate rood 28 wits Blurted Monday
the size pending on the calendar tonight back home This Involves one of unlnfested and urged that nothing : '
.'u/ <" small shipments during the -h- Inches, about flve-elghls; when the simultaneous rape of I the The town has voted bunds for z
that have been In circulation. lhose sacrifices which we lire culled be done to illscrlmlnatt against u
miiiithd of January and February, ... T. .\. MIKTS: :' 'I of those. Made in eleven different denominations gavels of the president of the sen- upon to make for our Stll te. I the necessary imviaK/ of the road that fruit. t.
Inn the major part of the crop ate and speaker of the houso sig- full width through Luke Duller I
W. /
the bills will ant also conscious of the strain lScutt, of Orlando said:
: ,
IUMMS, between March 1st anll11111 There was a special called business of noted Americans,, nalled the close of I his regular Reunion. that you must bo under as a result and this gives us a full puvei that Florida was In submissive y ,
\ 20th. bulk of this the portrait street through (the city. The trees
I :! The
meeting of the Pltrent'elll'llers' of the continuous hours of service mood and desired to ro-operate "?
in cement is to the Eastern: mar- as follows: of the governor's ulotig (he sidewalks have been
held Wednesday
Association Regardless
Washington $1 Jefferson $2; t that'you have had for these in every way with the federal government : -
k"is and goes out under refrlgeraI'Oll afternoon at the Bradford. Lincoln $6 ; Hamilton $10; Jackson message, the law /gives the legislature I last few days, the high tension taken down so there will bo no In stumping out the pest. 4 t l

fail' School. power to consider Issues not delay In the puving.I' _. 1
High under.
County have been
$20; Grant, $60; Franklin,, that you
point that most concerns board meetings will Included In the extra, session (cull -+-
Executive $100: McKinley, $600 ; Cleveland,, "Theso conditions sometimes .NO (;I EOIWII'Jo.U'IIJoS: : ; EITII.n:
i IK-" grower Is whether he will be held during the summer months I $1,000 Madison, $5,000; Chase,, upon two-thirds: vote of either di develop feelings that we would, \\ () WltlH'KS: ; HIVXMAV) XKJIITIn --
piobably) be able to moye his fruiti I with due notices ot same, being $10,000. vision. But the governor's communication like to cast aside. In closing I An embargo upon the shipment 1 wi1'r

1"i these eastern markets (Philadelphia stipulating the consideration wreck occurring early Sunday
given. -+- want to leave Just this word: I a of peaches from Georgia Into -

New York, Boston, Pltts- The president Mrs. R. A. Weeks : of "such other subjects hope that when we adjourn the I night on the lake road short: Florida, wall established at a ape- i 1 +

bur h. etc.) during the period beginning announced the following( commit- LOCAL H.\LKH( 1)IMPhAY431.11tQCFTTIi!! aa the welfare of the state may I regular session we nay adjourn distance: east of the city limits I a ctrl meeting: ot the State Plant

around March 1 and ending tees to serve during the summer: : : require" opens the gates. Representatlveo I any feelings that might have created Ford[ touring cur was badly damaged Hoard In Oulnusvllle. *I''' ]

around May 1st. Small shipments MembershipMrs. W. O, Halle and senators may ask any differences that might have / and an Auburn sedan was The quarantine order against

to intersecting points during Mrs. Alice Lag or(1, S. S. Dow- One of the six models of the consent of their colleagues to take developed and return for the new battered when It left the highway. Georgia, peaches, also prohibited r IHFire '

this time are Important to theIndustry ling Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Marquette, .built by Buick and the up other general measures and session In the spirit ot good will lumped the ditch and plowed movement of plums, noctarlnen

but are not the determining Olive Ray. Mrs. J. II. Ritch, and newest thing In motordom. was give weight to their argument by and with the sole purpose of meet- through a fence The Ford was apricots and "all other stone fruits {

factor.Shipments Mrs. W. J. Epperson.; displayed Saturday at the show- repeating the governor's words. Ing these Issues In behalf of the owned by Hev. Donnelly and was In n fresh or unprocessed condi ic',, '

later than May lilt Publicity an d Publication( rooms of the Register Motor Com Text of ('aU people of our state." occupied by a party of young: peo tion."

'MI nearby markets, after the eastern Mrs. H. H. Young Mrs. J. C. Rob- pany. Visitors throughout; the The official extra session call, as l'l'aaglover ltev<*nun pie, while the Auburn wall a Jacksonville In order to "prevent the fur- ; '' : 1

markets are closed to us are liison 0. P. Raymond and A. J. clay Inspected the car and voiced read from the speaker's rostrumIn While awaiting the arrival of car. Both drivers claimed tier Introduction Into tho stateof t

likewise of considerable Impor- Tho DII\II. their approval ot Its many refinements the house by Governor Carlton, the governor, the house spent an the other refused to dim their i Florida of the oriental peach li

lance. but the grower tan afford Finance--Mrs. II C. hitch Mrs and attractive appear follows: hour wrangling over the general Ights and the Ford sideswiped moth, the plum curcullo and the (

1 M'(' plant even !if he must set fire J. M Drownlee Mrs. H. I.., Ilrown- ance. "Members of the senate and revenue bill, which was passed this the larger car, hitting: the rear Sail Jose scale, seriously Injurious i'1'i{ 1

'to. the grass mulching and burn lee F. A. Scott, and Miss Myrwin I I The Marquette, In making Its house of representatives: morning: by the senate. After a fender. Insects, new and not widely distributed !

')IT Ills! plant beds and plough them Jackson. bow to( the public, offers a num9er "I regret that tan extra ordinary flurry of red hot oratory, featuringa On road 13 north of Sturke aTurof within the state of FlorIda -

under after the close of the east- Hospitality-Mrs. E. M. Johns I of Innovations one of the most session of the legislature: la In- slashing attack on tactics of the Waldo leOIleItruck: a car owned ." r,'

"rn shipping season. This! Is not Mrs. A. Z. Aclkins! Mrs. G. P. Ray I unique of which Is the placing o! evitable. Necessary relief bus not admlnlnxtration block by Representative by Roy King, colored Sturke, The measure further prohibit ; i

a desirable thing to do with all mend Mrs. H. A. Bishop, and Miss I clock In the rear-view mirror, been given to our schools. Provision Matthews of Jacksonville parked on the road without lights, the movement ot peaches and -u.. '

growers, but the sacrlflc-e: could Eunice; Perkins.ProgramMis. I where it la constantly and directly has not been made for the the house refused to pass resulting In both tarn being badly plums from territory In West Florida j t

i lit A. M. Darby, before the eyes of the driver. support of the state government west of the O'klol'kllee river ,
made and yet save the Industry. the bill thereby establishing a damaged and occupants slightly rr 1
Will thank you very much for Mrs. O. C. White Mrs.. A. K. Wall Production of this car will and be and of the state Institutions by ap- precedent lit Florida legislature Illjured.J The accident was Investigated Into that portion of the state lyingto 4 rJ:

)>."..h information( as you can give Mrs. C. A. Fetch and Mrs. J K.: K. made on an extensive scale, propriation and revenue measures history. Attempts also were madeto ; by Sheriff Eppermjii: and no the east

'0. nl) this time. It is near about Perry man. within the near future General The problems of finance and taxation call up the i pproprlutlona bill, charges; were preferred when King In addition the Hoard officially ::i';;
:Motors will be In position to supply and municipal, the Mediterranean fruit '.
state county extended
"ait'' now for planting to begin but .- *- but the governor's: cohorts, knowIng agreed to pay damages
Its dealers with all the are yet unsolved. I am sure you lly quarantine area' to Include part
''me' of our growers are rather (OKI>IKII: : HF.LD: the grounds: on which the chief -- --+ 1 i h,
A\DIM\\S: I model Is
ls. At present! only one Will consider these mutters vitalto ot the southern portion of Marlon r
executive bused his extra I' ;
lurking time! until they are more TIIIIFT: Ol'1 I'LAVS
'"JIt' t> Informed. coroner's jury Investigating allowed each dealer except In I the welfare of the state andwelcome tall, ,ran rough shod over theirppuneuta county; the eastern portion of ) ,
The some of the larger cities opportunity to com- Sumter and the northern "
an Crams notl- county
'With kind regards and best Cleveland Scarborough ( and the measure was Indefinitely Superintendent wan ,
v lies for the success of the splen- the klllng:Ralford of Wednesday of last they have been assigned threeeach. plete your task."Therefore 1 postponed.Only /led Tuesday of the theft of plans part of Polk county in which new P
dni! ( at I whereas necessary one Important general bill' uid papers covering construction Infestations were located duringthe ;
fight you and your co-lnborera verdict Tuesday -I
week, rendered a The Marquette Is a six "within has not been made for week
provision past!
chool buildIng
a' making I Andrews with was passed before the house ser- work on the Lawtey -
am, Carl.
charging range-of millions, ands
the price our common school and Institutions clockn office of the ,
Yours very truly, Andrews is being geant-at-arms; stopped the annex from t the 13; dt

K.: S. Matthews, the held shooting.In the county jail at Lake I in the $1,200.class. of higher l learning, and, accordance with the ancient custom architect, Mr. Frank Primus of TB"l'" : IS'( 1XIHHJoS1,01'al : ; :

President. "Whereas, provision has not thus permitting the representatives Tampa. Mr. Primes, who was\ employed -

Butler II YK.tll: OLD llltlDi( : been made for raising revenue sufficient to work on through until by the surety company) to readers of the Sunday l
III 1S.. Mattews, Pres., to defray the expenses of midnight. This was the fish and alleys Messrs. Diggers & Glass Tlme -Unlon lire quite pleased

fink of Starke, IXI"\ T ('\ltTEIt: Judge Geo. A. Gardiner officiated the state Institutions as expressly game; bill, originally paRsed by the ormer architects, on the building with the Improvement of that Interesting rl

St rke. Fla. at a wedding Saturday afternoon provided In section 2, article 9, senate and then shot back theretaggerfng ulked with the superintendent over paper, judging from ; ;i "

hear Mr. Matthews The many friends of Mr. and with what was perhaps the of the constitution of the state, under 35 amendments long distance Tuesday and, said I comments' heard since appearance ,',
Dr Newell has asked me to Mrs. Lee Carter of Starke, will youngest bride on record In Brad- and. The senate accepted all hut 10 of ilu office\ wall entered sometime 1 of tho first of the enlarged comic ;1

I >"y to your letter'of'May 25th, learn with regret of the death of ''ford county, the contracting parties "Whereas, no appropriation has the amendments and ai a result ofa during Monday night and everything I'and magazine sections with their ti 9rj

"warding the planting of straw- their Infant son, which occurred being Bernice Starling 21, been made for paying the necessary powerful pea made by Representative pertaining to the building I regular: Sunday issue Many new

'" ''rles. In this city Monday morning The and Louvenla Allen, 11, both of expense of, tho state government Moore of St. Cloud taken, apparently by someone familiar features have been added to the "

!Starke; zone body has been prepared for burialby ,'Green Cove Springs. The mother and said institutions. as requIred chairman[ of the fish and game with them, as nothing else I usual magazine supplement, Increasing -
is of
II' course the Marcus Qonant Company. of, the girl was present and gave by section 4, article 9, of uommlttee, the house withdrew was disturbed. the size practically double i
,' Je all so with there will be to no planting change Funeral arrangements': will! be announced ter consent to the license being the constitution of the state, and, these alterations and passed! the Loss of the plan and specifications / and new feature articles by welt ('.'S
awberries there. However. If later. -- Jacksonville ssued and the wedding performed. "Whereas, the problems of finance bill, adding another really worthwhile will not cause any delay in known authors will be part ot the {'J
Times-Union. June 6th. -. and taxation have not been to the pitifully ''.
of your customers are In zone __ measure i-ompletlon of the building, Supt. regular Sunday editions here at- ,

"" It has been decided that they H\VIKT: l'OIINMOVFMFNT:: solved, small total enacted at the regular Allis. stated Wednesday, copies ter. ;1
"Now%' therefore I Doyle Carlton -
-'ht strawberry that the 1929 crop Is not permitted teaamn. have been made from file In thetuper'ntendent'it .- _- .
set out their .
of the state of Florida -
to certain southern Movement of the sweet corn crop governor Hin-lcwiui- Windup l | office and forwarded ,
be shipped I )
to 11'FINF41r.1YIGilT!
1 mil' this summer as usual, pro- FIHK': : ;!
I am not three by virtue of the power and authority While the senators and representatives ?
1 I' ,Sell fruit and western states crop has been under way for to the architect. I
that of the -----
none vested In me by the constitution ,
but I believe next season's weeks the bulk of the crop now sat in Informal sessions Primes will personally lupervlse ,
hues" a susceptible stage of may lure do hereby destroyed a small unoccu-"]
three may be for Bhlpment. Considerable of the state waiting for the enrolling rooms to the of the Lawtey i
ready completion
from zone being the ot f
to Infestation by the Media crop! convene the legislature of the pled house In western part
finish the scores of bills passed
1 No- hipped anywhere. shipments are being 3UlIdln> town Wednesday night, 10 o'clock I
'ranean fruit fly before state of Florida In extra session at
and rush .
sendIng bourn
I luring the last 24 .
I am
cover made dally from Starke. Lawtey, --
mber' 1st.Strawberries. Under separate the In Tallahassee at 12 cause of the blaze being unknown
state and capitol the measures to the rostrums for
: copies of the lampton and Brooker. Tallahassee Construction of The Are had gained too much 11 i
produced In zone you June 1 1929 for ;
o'clock noon, the of the president and
Ih''" .e the federal regulations.Yours. rymnaslum and addition to library headway for use of chemicals and ''l
win not be limited to truly I'I Tampa $50,000 building will the purpose of considering the en- ipeaker, the lawmakers Indulged t
arkets very Florida State College for Women was out of reach of the water !
north of the Potomac Warner, be, erected for Rutland Brothers actment of laws on. the above

lards. You will see by the administrative L. R.Collaborator. I l Department) Store. mentioned subjects and such other (Concluded on page 4.) progressing rapidly.: mains. .*liM'

order of May 16th, '

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I...NNN OON veNO.;. | Butler with friends; and relatives.i Remember D. Y. P. U. every I Agnes .app, Mattle and Pita)
Huge; Pan-Am Airplane Makes Sunday night. Everyone Invited. Norman Doris Moore
Mr. Rosswell Ward of Wildwood and O<> : Keystone Heights : I Members are urged to be present.
the week-end here with Anderson of Ralford, Ola !
Ml.. Helen Oiiden, Cur. spent Air.\ II. P. Galney: was transact- Mae ;anl,

r its Headquarters in the South :....................... friends and relatives. ing business in Starke last Tues- Lubedla Alvarez; Felix Kapji'.
Mrs. L. A. Brown was visiting: day. Clevy Norman, Carl Sapp, p |I.,
Mr Allan Mann, a student at
In Starko last Saturday. Mr. Carl Adklna was transacting Reddish, Melvin Futch Joe Doiii.
1ti'' the University was the guest of last Tues-
business In Waldo
.' ." ." .4.,J I Mr. R. M. Galney and D L. Pledger and Emery Johns ana
i1a"x ; ;::; ; : ;: I.awrenceValrath for several Polk were transacting business In day. William Alvarez.

''= ',' t;;:5'a. r, days. Waldo last Saturday.Mr. 0- Mrs. L. L. Conner and daughii,.,

.. .).).t.;': Wesley Larson, brother of J. and Mrs D. L. Polk spent I .......... ...O.. Roberta, were visiting: Mr ;all,1, |
Sunday In New River with friend Mrs. Nelson hitch of Ralford Sun
L. Larson and a student at Stetson : J VANDERBILTIiln : t
and relatives.
college, was In Keystone Heightsover M..e Conner C'ur. day.Mr..
W. R. Conner and
7I. Mr. Vasco flaxen Wlldwood, Felix Sapp
,' c.: Sunday, on his way north Is spending some time here with ..00.0000..0..00..OOON: were visiting In Lake Butler Sun,

; f4 for the summer. his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mrs. L. L. Conner entertainedwith [ day.Mr.
i ; 4 ,dTYt Messrs. J. H. Ilouser, J. H. Lawrence Ilazen. a party May 25th at her Carl Sapp of Starke. ,u
P p;* l F. M. Walrath and 1>. E. Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, tended B. Y. P. U. here Sumlm
1 home from 8:30: to 11:30: in honor -
I y I I2t Pangborn drove to Tallahassee Paul, spent Friday In Jacksonvillewith night.
rrn :;kiSS+,W+a'.n0pr' Thursday returning Saturday.Mr. friends and relatives.Mr. of her daughter, Ida. Mae who Mr. J. S. Sapp and son Felix

and, Mrs. B. 11 Weld returned and Mrs. II. T. Osteen were celebrated her eighteenth blrthdn wero transacting business Jai'N
home Saturday evening: from transacting business In Starke lust >'. Beautiful cut flowers wereattractively sonvllle one day last week.
t1.Vlr t Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto .
4. Tallahassee, where they were the Monday. arranged on the dining a"01|
i 1 t> r# 71 ... .. .. .rMMw+""-"
? : of
a- Miss Lubedla family Starke
r-y Pinholster were visiting ,
guests of Representative and Mrs. was table and throughout the home. / .r'
J. K. Larson. visiting in Ralford last Sunday. A number' of Interesting games the home of Mr. and Mrs L I I.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Larson and Mr. Lewis Shriver was transacting and music were enjoyed duringthe Conner Monday afternoon.hi. ,
( flie i1 baby daughter spent the weekendat business In Starke last Satur- evening by the young folks. .'. Norman Wiggins and Ill!.

their home here, returning to day. The guests were Invited into the dish Andrews of New River, w, i I.
Tallahassee Tuesday morning.Mr. I Mr. Allen Coneriy and A. B. dining room at 10:30: where a visiting here Supday afternoon
and Mrs. Fred" Carr, Mr. Surrency were transact lag businessIn course of iced tea and homemadecake A --_

and Mrs. Klwell Hoblnson droveto Starke last Monday. was served by Mrs. Conner. Sarasota Moose Lodge deli I
Tampa Sunday and spent the Mrs. T P. Ward 1 and I children and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez. cited quarters in Blackburn buildIng

day with Mr. and Mrs. Shirley I were visiting" In Alachua last Sat Many nice gifts were receivedby .
Holmes. urday. the honor guest from her Artillery plant to be built al i
., 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weinman Mr. Roscoe Chesser of Tampa, friends. Those invited were: !Mary University of Florida. at cost ui

and little son, Chas. Jr., left Mon\ passed through here enroute to and Candacy Alvarez !Ruth and I approximately 30000.

.,.. day morning for Pittsburgh, Pa., Detroit, Michigan last Saturday _
the home of Mr. Weinman's father. night.
Misses Grade Coneriy, Jose-
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u phine Chesxer and Messrs. Marcus
X41 Miss, Gertrude Houser Is spend-
1'JIIE 'Tan-Am" a twin-mo The "Pan-Am" ia ing a few days in Green Cove Conerly and Lloyd Barry attended
equally at home on land, water or in flight. the show at Hampton last Satur-
A tored Sikorsky Amphibion When it lands on water the wheels! are raised by hydraulic Springs. day night.

airplane was recently I pressure to a position parallel with the lower wingswith glad Keystone to see Heights"Jimmy"people Matthews are Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and 'CIIfA
: brought south
by the Pan American [ back at the Heights. Jimmy Is a children were visiting at the '

Petroleum Corporation. It gasoline the. Sikorsky has a flying tries. J. J. Maloney for ninr student at Staunton Military Aca- home ofIr.! and Mrs. Hogan
i hew from New York to New radius of eight hours.C. years in the navy with experimental demy In Virginia. Smith at Sampson City last Sun-

Orleans and is headquartered D. Kirkeby the pilot has squadrons and aircraft On Thursday evening Miss Ger- day.
: there to be used Among those attending churchat
company trude Houser
had fourteen in aviation gave a bridge party "
years scouting fleets, is mechanic.The 1a
officials on trips throughout the ten having been in the for Mr. and Mrs. Weinman, who New Hope last Sunday were: 4
t. southern states. spent Sikorsky is the type 01) left Monday for the north. Mr. J. J. Morgan and son Clarenceand '

1 The Sikorsky is a plane of the test United pilot States and Navy special as instructor aircraft, plane used by Colonel Llndbcrgl A good sized crowd attendedthe Mrs. Mrs.R. M.H.Hazen.Galney and Mr. and 1- ,.,s

most advanced on his recent fight to the Panama square' dance at the pavilion ,
design and construction of: rr.tor.: For Bono time he was Misses: Sarah and Louie Kelley
: and is a type which can stationed! ) aboard the aircraft carrier Canal Zone opening up the air' Friday Mrs. evening.Lee Bloss entertained witha | of New River were visiting here NSECTS: J2 1

: land with equal facility on land Langlcy. Ills experience includes mail line. last Saturday afternoon. 1J4.! tr4
bridge red,
party Saturday eveningin /fnn Jlo.fV ( 7kLr te
h ,1 cr water. It is in reality a flying approximately 3,000 hoursin The Pan American Petroleun( honor of Mrs. Chas Weinman. Mrs. Mamie \Vard'nn,1 son, are top HeConueB a Compuir.L 1 (( '

_ acht and is equipped with every the air, four year overseas Corporation brought this Sikorsky Miss Helen Lawrence entertained visiting friends and relatives In :i ILLS-Flics-Mosquitoes-Rc < device! for safety and comfort in during the World War and activity south in the interest of aviatioi: informally Saturday evening Alachua and Gainesville for some* Walerbugn-CrickcU and ninny other Insects

Mnc. .The cabin has a seating in launching catapult shojs and to promote the development- with a bridge party. time. Writ for educational booklet,'lUcCormu.t V Co.,Dallimort,Kid.Iyour .
opacity for eight! passengers, two from airplanes both by air! and of proper landing fields. Durntho '" Misses Helen Lawrence Gertrude Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son

; I lots and a mechanic. The wins: by powder. lie has flown in many ( past year they have beer: Houser attended the baccalaureate Ralford Clarence,last were Saturday.visiting: friends in
cpr 'ad Is 71 feet. The two 410 service at Melrose Sun- ,II
tr, foreign countries and practicallyall making a survey of the cntir Mr. Paul Stewart was transact
a horsepower Pratt & Whitney Wasp over the United Staten south to determine the condition day evening- I ing business in Graham last Men- '

motors carry it through the air at The second pilot td W. B. Murphy of various'! fields in view; of pu'
1to, speed of 100: miles an hour former iiavy pilot and instructor chasing this plane. They expect 1 :+.0 s*I*-> >
; end' a cruising speed of 115 miles in commercial aviation, visit every section of the lout* J Bootse Beach : and Louise of New River passed ;? !

.'; an hour. With the fuel tank filled I who ai!,o has had many hundreds where there are fields suitable. ft through here last Sunday.
;R its capacity of 3>10 gallons of cf hours of flvln" I business in Jacksonville ;
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Mrs. Jean Casklna and children Fri-t'
Dented by the forest service show spent Sunday at Campvllle the day.The
Forestry Measure Before ing what was done with $12,500.- guests of Mr.. and Mrs John Ches- farmers of this communityare
1 now gathering; watermelons, I
00 last what could be done dnaler e.met furnUh.w.will t .
year ser.Mr. and, tobacco LuiuiJ-iOc, 75c nd >f f l.25. Gun-JOe
corn which
The and Mrs. II. N. Crawfordand are all apply direct by Parcel rob 1 Po.der-lOc. 23C, 5Oc ami 111.00
: LegislatureSenate with $25,000.00 and the cost of a I bearing | Si '
: children attended church at ---- .-a fairly.. ----good crop- = regular prleM 'J Gun-JJeBUILT
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reasonable of the forest -- -
expansion Union Sunday and were dinner -
Bill 13 la the local fire landowners for the setting protection program. After guests of Air. and Mrs. J. J. Rtg-

icr bill for Columbia county Introduced apart of private lands for affor some discussion a sub-committee don. I
by Phillips of Lake City when estation reforestation or timber was appointed to consider the Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman and

'r the legislature first convened has farming under such rate and system $S1OOO.OO )Budget requested by daughter, Cleo, spent Sunday at
ii passed both houses and has been of taxation and under such the Florida Board of l Forestry Highland the guests of Mr and
9 sent to the governor for approval other conditions safe guards and This! committee passed a' motion Mrs. Griff' Norman. ,
This bill provides that the owneror contractual obligations as the legislature granting $60,320.00 for forestry Messrs. James Wainwright v.e' .
lessee may burn over their land may by law provide In the work as against the $81,000.00 requested Lloyd Moore and G. L. Sapp were !
provided that the lire must not be public Interest and such contracts by the board. The actionof bastions! visitors here Monday.

+ allowed to spread over the land of shall be enforceable. against the the committee In full remainsto Mr. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey. I
others. Under an existing general be learned. spent Tuesday here the W
: state of Florida and any county, guest ofi I IIr. -. / /
law owners or lessees have the municipality or political subdivIsion House Bill No. 374. by Roblneau !\ and Mrs. II. N. Crawford. I t --- -- -
r same rights as are stipulated in thereof." This bill has of Dade amends the old law covering Mr. and Mrs.V.. M. Reddish r ------ -

this local bill! been reported l out favorably by the conservation of) wild and children spent Sunday at Evergreen I

it,, House mil 124 Introduced by the committee on constitutional trees, shrubs and plants to Include the guests of Mrs. Red-
r Matthews of Duval designating the amendments. Magnolia, Honeysuckle, Southern dlKli'H mother, Mrs. J. f'. Rosier.: I HE MOST COMPLETE
second Friday In January as arbor llousa Bill No. 769 introduced wild smilax, 16 species of Eplt hy- Quite a large crowd from here "

day has passed the house and has by Booth of Duval 1 is an act relating tic bromelulda and 20 species of went to Union county huckleberry

been reported favorably by the to the manner that turpen- epiphytic! orchids, the royal palm picking last week, and repotted a BY 4 CAR EVE
t ,t senate Forestry!! Committee. The tine trees shall bo worked In the and the sabel palm commonly nice time. Those enjoying: this OFFERED
:Florida Federation of Garden absence of a legal contract. known as the cabbage palmetto trip were: Mr. and Mrs. R. N. BUICKFEATURES
y Clubs sponsors the bill) and Its The specifications required are Under the law which the bill pro- Crawford and sons Cecil and Rob o
;t : members are optimistic about the that no'trees less than 10 Inches poses to amend, the consent of the ert Mr. L. M. Murrhee Louie THE $1OOO FBELD

I Action in the Senate. Heretofore in diameter 4 feet II< Inches above owner or person lawfuly occupy- Murrhee, Miss Frankle Lou Mur-
the school and civic organizations the ground shall be worked ; that ing the land must obtain before rhee, Darby Gasklns, Wade Gas-

y,. 1, lave observed arbor day nt illfCerent the operator shall work no face certain wild trees, shrubs and kins, John Parrish, Rance Parrish Everywhere
times, making it Impossible higher than 18 Inches In anyone plants can be gathered and sold and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson.BROOKER: throughout Marquette there is evidence of excep-
There I lito penalty of $10.00 to ....... COMBINED I ONLY tional goodness. In design construction finish
tf plan programs that could be [ year nor wider than 1-3 of the clrcumference a ---- and fittings-
generally observed throughout the I 1.I of the tree at any I'$10000, and costs for violating- 0..00 NO.ONO..NH.0... I IN MARQUETTE all the things that go to make a better car, the Marquette provide
state this law. The amending bill has IN THE $touo CLASS in
and that than greater value than has
point no more one the e ever,been offered before at the price.
i; House Bill 609 Introduced by face shall be placed on any tree. been reported favorably by :
McLIn of Leon county provides a under 18 Inches In diameter at judiciary committee. Miss IVnrlo GalneyMr. Wheelbase 114 inches Only Buick's twenty-five years of knowing how to build better automobiles -

aul penalty for anyone setting fire to anyone time and that a bar 4 I Senate Bill No. 638 provides for ... Closed Bodies by Fisher have made these prices the
the of state boardof .. ... ..........+.+.. on Marquette possible. Only
ik or burning or causing to be burned : inches In width shall be left between appointment a Buick could have
f faces. parks to consist of the commis- and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, Non-glare I Fisher W produced such a complete car-with quality
i any wild forest, woods lands, I Windshield
marshes or any growth upon the I These limitations are not arbl- sioner of agriculture, the state and daughter of Lake Butler spent written all over it- in a price range within the reach of millions.

land of another in this state. This tarlly stipulated for all operations game commissioner the state for- the week-end here with her par- New type mohair up
ester and two members to be appointed ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. holstery .
act differs from the 1927 act In I but are regulatory measures for Galney Marquette Model 36
that It includes the person who I the protection of the owner when by the governor, who shall Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney and Spacious rear seat $ 965
be members of the senate and daughter Lots and Mr. and Two-passenger business .
"causes" fire to be set and In that legal contracts do not exist. If any Mrs. coupe.
lr house of representatives. Under a. M. Galney were visiting In Adjustable front seat
it Includes "any growth" In addition land owner wishes to lease his Marquette Model
n other he this bill, "It shall be the duty of Jacksonville,last Sunday. Power 30Fivepassenger
} .to wild forest woods, lands trees under specifications plant develops $ 975
said board to Inquire Into the Mr. and Mrs. Fred flaxen of 67.5 horsepowerHighcompression two-door sedan. .
s and marshes. This act repeals all may do so by means of: a legal
previous acts In conflict with it, contract. In addition to the above availability of state owned lands Gainesville, spent Sunday here
and lands which may be acquiredby with friends and relatives.Mr. Marquette Model 34
and also Chapter 12024 Laws of specifications the lessor reserves cylinder head $ 995
l tax deed gift or purchase which and Mrs. Cliff' Hazen and Four-passenger sport roadster
Florida 1927 and Section 6284 the right to lint his lands for protection .
revised general statutes of Florida with the Florida Board of would be desirable for park purposes children of Lacrosse spent Sunday Rubber engine mountings

1920. This bill has been referred Forestry thus revoking any right giving due consideration to here with friends and relatives.Mr. Marquette) Model I 35

., to house committee on Forestry. with or In the lessee to burn natural beauty location establish- and Mrs. Steve llrannen Completely sealed engine i Five-passenger phaeton. . $ 995
Senate Bill 346 Introduced by woods. In the absence of a con- ment within said lands of game children of Lake Butler spent

} Caro of Escambla Is companion tract to the contrary.The and nsh refuges and public shoot Saturday and Sunday here with Forced lubrication I Marquette Model 36-8

.(' bill to House Bill 509 and Is ex- opponents of the bill take ing and fishing areas, forestryand friends and relatives. Four.passer:;; r special $ 995
actly the same. This bill was re- the stand that education Is the such recreational and educa- Mrs. E. M. Hazen was called to Lovejoy hydraulic
ported favorably by the Forestry proper method of arriving at the tional features as are associatedwith I the bedside, of her brother Mr. shock absorbers Marquette Mods; -37
Committee of the parks In general\. It shall be Wall Crews of Waldo last Satur- Four-wheel 1035
A the senate. desired end. Those endorsing internal j Five-passenger fs;:r-jltor
T the of said board to inquire sedan. .
', G Joint resolution 619( Introduced bill maintain that the existence of duty day. expanding brakesAdjuetsbl.
in the house by Caldwell of Santa such a law while working no hardship Into ways and means for providingand Misses Josephine Chesner and These
maintaining a system of state Stellmae Ward of steering prlcei f. e. b. Buick Factory. wcn] equipment I extra. Marquette delivered
Rosa county amendment would aid In .
proposes an upon anyone wheel price Includ. '
only .,
submit their reaionable en rtf*.rW diivcry;: and
to article IX of about conservative tur- parks and to findings spent the week-end hero with financing. Convenient
constitution bringing terms can be arranged on the liberal G. M.
A. C.: Time Payment Plan.
and provides that:: "That pentlng practice In that desirable together with such recommendations friend and relatives. A host of other extraordinary
i 'r' G as they may deem advisableto Rev. Norris of Lacrosse filled Consider the delivered price'as' well" as the list price hn
legislature may impose taxes' upon standards would be set up. features that ..olu... comparing automobile
I lands apart under appropriate provisions The appropriation committees the next"regular session of the his regular appointment here last combine to make the

; : t of law Tor the purpose of of the house and senate met at 8 legislature. Sunday. Marquett. America' BUICK MOTOR COMPANY
,' ,, reforestation and timber farming p. m.lay! 7th. to hear United Mr. Allen Green and son. Earl. most complete MICHIGAN
I car in Division of General
it or upon the timber and forest States Forest Service Lecturer, II. Lake CityPan- Am Petroleum were transacting business in the'1000 field. Canadian factories Corporation Motor Builders
products thereof all or any In N. Wheeler speak on forest con- Corporation opened $20,000 station Starke last Monday.Mr. Mdaughiin-BuickO.hawaOn,. BulckandMorqu.a..MoteeCars
r such amounts and payable at such servation. The next evening the here. and !Mrs. Cox and daughter
1 times and In such methods and for same committee met to consider Mayo Masonic Pythian build- of Lacrosse, spent Sunday at the

'I'". such periods of time an the legislature the appropriation for the Florida Ing repaired. home of !Mr. and !Mrs. O. W. Barry. Register Motor
may by law determine and Board of Forestry. At this meet- Modern Plaza Cafe opened recently -, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Strayhorn CompanyStarke
f such taxes upon such lands tim Ing considerable sentiment was at Monticello. of Wlldwood spent several daysof
ber and forest products. The leg expressed towards holding the appropriation Goodbody-Newell Inc., $100- last week here with her parents
islature may also vest In any state to the 26000.00 per 000 concern organized to develop'' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. Florida
officer or officers or a statutory year recommended by the budget 865-acre tract of farm and horticultural hire. Gerald Adkins and baby WHEN BETTER
commission the power to contract commission. Charta were pre- land near Fort Pierce. are spending some time In Lake AUTOMOBILES ARE BUI! LT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM

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.:--------------------.r' children he crawled to the tin covered and drowned, reports received here j presents were received I j day, the sixth: of Juno, nineteen Mrs. Judy Shlmeyfilt and Misses .
top of the building and ap- stated. A small I hundred and twenly-nino, Gainesville ''
band of white A beautiful note and record Lizzie and Louise Howe spent Sunday {
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph parently touched an uninsulated I I Florida. At Home after :t
men is said to have manhandled' I book, ,', ;'
was prepared for the ho- } at Jacksonville Reach. .J '., :
wire running above It, with the June the twenty-second, Hampton, ::
little finger of his right hand. lie Mobley after the negro, was alleged' I noree and each guest about fifty I Florida. Miss Doris riurney returned ..1 ,

rolled to the eaves, unconscious to have been found In company in all, was asked to write a verse | +-- home Sunday from Jacksonville, ..

11 and was* picked up within a moment with a white woman. A Brand with a bit of good advice for the ) OOOOONOON0000000101000 where she, has been visiting her .' >}

Live State News Treatment was admln.ster-: jury l11ve gating/ the lynchingwas bride-elect, and she stated that ,,40 grandparents! Mr. and Mrs II. V. I\;

I i, ed with a pulmotor by fire depart- discharged/ ) before a finding: thoue little tokens of love, would : LAWTEY : Skipper. i'I ,
ment men, but to no good effect. was made, but those held In tile bo kept among her treasures. .. Mr.. 11:. i.: llurnrr. CorMr. Mrs. K. II. Thede was shoppIng' \ ",

The wire was said to be a city county jail, whose names coulil, In a very kind way with every OOOOON 000000..e.10.s..y. In Starke Tuesday ,
I TOLD BY line carrying only 110 volts. 'be expression of appreciation, she Mesdames )F. It. Carrodine and t ; '
OUR EXCHANGES I not learned will be detained
a and Mrs. L. II. Hill have DI. Chandler were shopping In .! t"J" [
until the next term of court, whl1Olt.'nB \ thanked those\ who had been so ) i'
kind and thoughtful of her. moved out to their summer cottage JacksonvilleVednesc1ay.. / ''J1;
Tampa The quarantine In July, It was stated. Gov. 4
imposed -
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the ( at
conclusion: the Klngsley lake.
by 18 states of the nation Carlton Is said to have been naked guests '
p.illahassee. J. Whitman, I'-'ernandlna-Jncluded In reports against/; )Florida fruits! and vegetables to order a further Inves 'gl\tlon of were Invited out under the shade Mr. and Mr. Herman Thede Melrose came up Saturday and visited ''It.l

,",,nl'ted In Madison county! of received by the county commIssioners : has created a situation In the matter, but the chief executive of the large/; oaks in front of the and party of lends of Jaokson- Mr. and Mrs. A. M\ Illanchard. ;,!E+

iiislAURhter, In connection! with at a recent meeting was Hlllsborough. county which has could not be reached here for confirmation church\ where a table had been vlle: visited \Mr.and Mrs U. U. I., They by were Misses ac'ompanlotlllOl11e Louise and Oullda Sunday ( '. I (1\ ;1
tin\ killing of two persons) in a col- one fl'omIr.! J, II. Dowllng, second struck the farmer a hard blow) by as to whether he hud arranged, on which were six large: Thede Sunday. They motored :. Marie Thede. 'i ; d"I;
of h's: automobile with a (1.vision; been advised of the cakes. The guests were seated S
1-Hin, engineer for state causing!; the abandonment of crops! occurrence. out to Klngsley lake and enjoyed ,1
,n.,,i. ,in. must serve the two-year road department, advising the left In I the fields, such as ppppers, 0OOOON00 and vanilla Ice cream and cake a delightful swim and .:- i > t: ;.4
., i,'.i..in1 given ,him, the supreme board that the stale road department late beans and other vegetables .000000. was served abundantly. I Misses Joyce Terry and supper.) 1 Eunice The( Sebring News says Theo .} ii/o/.,

,'''11'1,, t held today. is continuing the maintenance grown for shipment to other NOOOOw The Parent-Teachers' association -' \Vhltehead, who White of Baltimore has acquired t' I ;,;' j1
ore attending
of that portion of Hoad !No. states./ County Agent C. P. Wright : HAMPTON : will meet at the city hall school: at Tallahassee, visiting a ninety-day option on 10,000 :t"" j I': F
< ;,11 water--After narrowly es- 13, between Yulee und Fernandlna appointed representatives f
.,' ,' iii serious wound und possibly and also from Yulee to stale line county of the federal quarantine ......,................ ...-. Is I Invited. Mr. and Mrs U. I.'. Carrodlne which will he colonized with a ; 1"
on (load No. 3, but that board which Is fighting the Mediterranean Kov !Norris will preach nt the thrifty class of northern farmers ,.1 ", \ :d
,t i I ii h., \\ .1. McCarty 18yearoldi they have had as their /guests Sunday, 1IIIIKosMYI.t \ ; ..
discontinued the fruit in Late Wednesday evening !May Baptist", church} next Sunday morning Mr. White and his associates be- j ,
is maintenance Florida, has
i i '"\uft-r youth, lecoverlnxi of a fly Ie and Emma:: Strickland of .J' ,:
stretch between advised of farm 29th! a miscellaneous shower win and eVE'nlng.1111's. have that section is one of the ,, i;
wounds In the Fernandlna growers produce
leg and
nHt shotgun Klngsley lane\ Miss\ Luiint from I
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the Atlantic. and citrus who at the )First Christina church\ of W C. Parrlsh' of Jacksonville best In the state for nil kinds of ; :a.
will he
: nil last night by being' fired' crops) un- Starke and Mr.\ Walter Marvin of
IJ hrV.. J. Barrett while In a able to market their crops before Hampton) In honor of Miss May l III the guest of \Mrs P. 11. Ocala. farming(, and they have hopes of r: N
111"" ii Jones. This tribute of love and Hunt thin week. bringing a goodly number of ,
ex- < \
u.,ii i," i niu'lon patch owned by Mr.n JceBbUl'gVaterml"lon ship the deadline of June 15, set by Mr. anti Mrs. J. n nye and) two 1
the respect was given hy the member \Miss CI.tleIollely\ has as her peilenced) planters down to realize i "
I "nit, Taken! to the Clearwater 1 ments from Lake and adjoining department of commerce, to sons of Jacksonville, visited her i
of the Christ an church, and their this week on the productiveness nt the soil. ''
guest her ('ousnIllIs: \ ii' ,
I p.-p'nd. ] '' Mc-Curty\ was released counties, constituting! ; the Lees- plow under everything/; left In the 1)lI'cnts.f! r. and Mrs.\ A, M. A ? '
friends, with whom Miss ---- -----
Jones Brown j'\
Mary of .
,h.iitlv.. afterward. His injuries, burg marketing district, aggregated fields, and to keep the ground as Tampa. Blanc'hard Sunday.Mr. t qt
clean as poss'ble: until the next has been a faithful co-worker Mr. Hudson and daughter' Dorothy Palm Heach-Repairs on Ocean :: ,
,I'': iiniixh painful, are not serious. 1,000 cars for the week ending and Mrs \V. Woolen and I a
May 25. Figures released by the planting season, from childhood The church was of Kentucky, are the /guestsof ; family are enjoying a sIllY of several Boulevard will be under way in ; raft:
beautifully and elaborately decorated Hotel Hampton this week.C. .
near future. .\ yuv!
-- Sixty-seven baskets United States weeks 1 ;
lainpa department of at Kingslcy lake
agriculture -
), with potted fern mid potted A. flirt and family were the "
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,?r I i.ooi'Kia; ( peaches destined for show that In 1928 Flor- Marc'lenny-Henry Oriflls( and flowers of various hues.A !guests of Mr. lllrt's father, W. P. Mrs. U. U. Thede and childrenwere ;: '. ';.'

i I''" Tampa l market were seized on idrt shipped) 9,195 carloads, of son, Leonard, of Bradford county seat draped) in white with Hlrt, of Aldchua county last Sun shopping In Jacksonville lust 666 ":lJi"or

i rliway.'( leading Into the city which 4,115 or a little over 48 and Oliver( llrown Waycross, nodding !Mowers above, was placednear day week. ..4 .'.I .

han\ plant board Inspectors and per cent. were from the Leesburg Ga., started to Charley Harris' the front of the church, and ir W. K. MIddI ton of Starke. Mrs. A. M. J Lewis was shopping Is a Prescrlpt'on. for 1,"; : ".Jl:
I b Toyed under authority of a re- district. Prices are holding' burial Tuesday but after In Staike Monday. ('. 1 I 1'
; up partakIng when the time for this delightful/ was attending to professional\ buslnem > u':i'' plant hoard ruling barring well, f. o. h. sales of melons averaging of refreshments other than affair was reached\, Miss Jones : here last Monday. ]Mr. and !Mrs 1 H.[ II. Sapp and lV\or sad .Malaria. : [

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  • I urns I outside states The seizure bo made at $500 a car or better Involved In a row In which entered the church while a march were business visitors here this spent Sunday In Jacksonville' known. 'j I;.. ? .i1.ff1 !f; 'h
    IIIP first reported under then while thirty-four and thirty- t the two Grime: /1 II I 'I;
    \\ "i. men were painfully was being played by the pianist. week.
    v. l IlllllK. six pound specimens are selling as cut, Henry's wound being the more r"'et
    was escorted to her seat by The revival aE'rvlt'esIre being
    high us $600 a car. serious, the muscles of an arm be- Mrs' J. O. Laniorennx A few conducted the Methodist church J'<
    i ,ii.,iika Work on the Wilson' severed Brown's lye/
    ing Intention of minutes! later, the bride-elect was this week by Hev. Churchwell of can charge your .
    i % iin.....1 s r-ompany's mill (Is being Orlando, -- More than 700 separate starting a grave yard of hIs own served by a friend, called Aunt Alaclnia, assisted) by Hev. Clarke, YES 8 HRS

    t inii,, In i completion although!; It Infested properties have been was Interrupted by the timely arrival Jotniina, who was dressed and pastor of the Methodist church STORAGE! CATTERY InSmith's
    nut-tpated that the plant will' located and charted within area' of Deputy Sheriff Will fierce painted to represent a colored here. Everybody; Is invited. c i

    i i l' td>' to resume'' operation until now under quarantine because of I but Drown made good his escape, wash-woman. Aunt Jemima entered Mra.\ J. P. Sullivan was a business l

    The mill management/ had the Mediterranean fruit' fly, rec- after trying to whittle down his the room with a large bug v.sltor;" to Starke this week. ;

    ,mulcted by August!; I, although; : showed. The records show brought the two Orltlis: men to the In presenting and reading the !Mr. \Michael Charles Sweeney.Jr. t'

    i I.n.., it is regarded more probable infestations in 11 counties, "some county Jail where their wounds many beautiful versese that accompanied and Miss I Edith May Jones, announce Garage \1'
    !i lint everything will not be in thing of the magnitude of the were looked after by Dr. Crocket. them. Many beautiful their marriage: on Thurs- ;
    i :idiness until September 1. work Involved is shown by the Leonard Cirlflls: is charged with ,
    records that these properties now careless and reckless driving.! The ,

    nartow--Discovery> of two more have been cleaned up and sprayed) trouble occurred south of Glen:

    Mediterranean fly infestations in together with all the territory St. Mary. itr :

    "I'olk< county reported today, led 1 1I" within a mile around each Involving l

    i i redoubled efforts toward clean- it Is estimated, a total of Tallahassee- -Several white men .

    IIIK\ up all host fruits and( vege- something more than 55,000 living/; near Jennings are being .a .i.i{. "

    i IiI", ." in this district accordingi acres," bulletin from headquarters held In the county Jail at Jasper ..., :i, :i J

    i i I.. Brown, In charge of the i said pending the outcome of an Investigation "I
    iiiplng" up campaign. Flies were I 1 of the lynching of Jim ,: '

    ,ilKi, ?- groves near L.ouKliman and of the local grammar school yes- to advices received here today -, I I.on i : \
    I ;
    \uhurndale. It was said. terday cost I the life of h Howell Hen from the sheriff's otlicer at Jasper", : \ I\\:'
    derson, 5-year-old son of Mr. and The negro's hands were said to { Ib !

    saiiford---Two children were In Mrs. \\". II. Henderson, of this have been severed before he was !, ,,1! r

    !I'''..ipitnl here today, In a more eltVhlle playing, with other tftrowu Into the Suwannee river. '

    < i 1 less serious condition as a refill _...... .. _. r'l"
    of being struck by a speed ,I'I'l i tt....... o" ,
    I'-.n' In a lake at Lake Mary\ :' l 1: ::t1 .> : ; 7'f,' : \ '

    1':11.: ...,<(day. Jane Cock ran, nine' L tog tilfl''/''

    1.,1. i her right foot, and Dorothy ? '
    i '', IM11.. :.
    i' was badly cat preen m- 1
    ,.il lby the propeller of t the boat. ; "
    'ucl, lo have been driven by It. A. Whaii s tile ; ..- ;''II"\, \
    i imeron Sr. iiii-:: 'f!!': 4

    I'I t ,
    IMhokeeFrank Friend, Pa- __ \ : .\( ,

    linkup farmer and member of the "C"'S ss" 1:1.:: "
    > ''inirll reported this week that IIP .t f
    his shipped a total of more than !

    '" "cars of vegetables l during the 'I, 'Hi

    past Kcoim>u from his 150 acre h' i n
    01 T1RE} <
    iiirm lie had 80 acres of beans a I"I ,

    ,lid I on the first picking he gather- i ,-,t4 I
    I <11 l 425 and ..
    hampers from two a I
    bait acres and 100 hampers perare tI' '"
    You can't see it-yet u Y j. ;
    , on the second picking. ; :! ..... .:
    { it largely decides how } ';:'il:..,.,.-,'-. .Jl "i; .'\ ,
    Watertown This town has .rt 1 ,,1
    -... .
    been wiped off the map by fire. A long a tire ivill last. '

    day innflagratlon destroyed starting the entire here business yester- ,i ; 11 1 /IJII! V t % :: "i1.!.r 1 ,'. r:, 1(;.1'.1'.f l'

    section of town with the exception 1 THE "carcass" of a tire is the body com- 4 % .) \\.f' r

    'if one brick structure, a bank A'' of plies of cord fabric. It is continually ( .; ; ,
    Hotel railroad station the postof- ] I
    fl'e several stores and many being flexed, bent and punched be- I .,L .". \
    'Iwelllngs' were levelled by the tween the road and the wheel. t't'
    blaze Damage has not been estimated ,( ; ''II"

    but It Was believed that It It has to be built of elastic cords, cords that 71 ", J ,
    1 (\
    would t l be very high II J1
    \ I""
    can stretch and "come back" repeatedly. :",
    I Plant of strawberries &
    City-Growers The more elastic these cords and the more oj"
    and several oilier crops In
    Florida may go ahead with their stretch they Bland before breaking the ;' ''af _

    planting with reasonable assur- more miles of trouble-free service-you get. /...r t", '
    ince' that the I berry crop can ben If w"\ f-
    ""--... '.I
    trketed, according to U.:: J. De- kinds of tires do has ; ;" fri 4
    Repairing all as we 0
    i" head of a committee of grow- I 5 t 'J a t
    ) ,
    ',, M The announcement was made shown us the great superiority of the SUPER- lit(
    I" TWIST cords used} in Goodyear ,
    I II W. Newell, chairman of the i ,
    -'ate plant board in Orlando< TWIST cords patented by Goodyear "t t, .if, r {

    earlier this.week* stretch 60% further than regular cord, A million or more revolutions of your motor every --- .," it. ,
    : .
    Key West'' -Suffering from :T flex and recover almost limitlesBly.! They five hundred miles you drive-and PAN-AM tougher L. ;' t

    < 'ir-lnfi'eted: pistol shot that puss"rt make early blowouts, sidewall breaks, etc., motor oil is built to stand the gaff. Fights the blistering : I 1R
    Into his right and out his \ .
    ear .j'
    loft Jose Lamela steward on the almost a curiosity. Even after long service, friction-heat of metal sliding over metal. The tough ., "

    steamship, Cuba was still alive last when an ordinary "good" tire would be film of PAN-AM motor oil, like a smooth velvet cushion & :, ,,1.

    night: In a local hospital 24 hours broken down the average SUPERTWISTbody protects every moving part. Keeps Its body, holds iu --- .
    after ,
    the shot flred. Despite
    the serious nature of his wound is still lively, sound and worth repair- Roughness, stands "on guard". 74// i-: ,

    l.amela. was sad! to have conversedwith retreading. Change to PAN-AM ,tougher motor oil. is J f:1t\' ,,1.
    the captain of the ship a few ing or .. .,

    minutes before he lapsed Into un- Good. PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM \ l f 1 ''i
    1 nxi-tousness. He shot himself It hurts the repair business to sell CORPORATION'II' 7'Q i

    ba while enroute from Tampa to Cu years, but it makes us a lot of..friends.TT \\\1, \\ I'1Il.1 '
    I' t.",
    J.\;\ "

    Tallahassee -- By order of the ,,"I'(.
    p't' >rlda supreme court the Atlantic \ I .
    aMt Line ralroad! Is compelled! \ MTOR4 \ r:
    "'Place Its tracks Into the town PAN-AM .
    ''I'' t
    Monticello and I" -establsh"lice \ ;

    to the same point. Suit Ritch's Service Station !
    ompel the road to re-establish\ t t'yl 9,
    1 I'' -'ii.' i
    service Into the Jefferson coun- ;lt

    1" capital was brought Jointly by Florida 1,' {,,j,'r.'"
    'tLlt: state railroad commission and Starke, '\ I I

    *">u art attorney ago and general Immediately nearly two following ... 1 b'a:;,!': :.:\;II I

    action by the road In removing It)
    1 ,..J\.J9fJ'1" .\' .."j..
    Its track Into the city. "'1" '

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    ," I ;J. A.',. MEET; I lot hounded on tin :Ninth,, l lIy land'!' nnn St. llr..,n. Addle' I'. I' Therefore you and each .,i
    ;"\ I ofV, Mitch KdwardH on the WM Mitchell. (1. .\. (CiimineticInK. at the N. 1':. ('or. of named above or any pern-nn 'n

    i r.; The Intermediate C. A.'s metit Ixst:: dice I hy I land Humphrey' of VV" property Mitch: ; lOdwnrilM: on the; i: ; "The fractional add to Murke.p".tot fronting hock 12 34 InCiixklnx Orange and. !Madison ate .and' run N. 'Io.UII'/ In and said alt !>a ropertliileroxted ei-nrn. ;\ ,,",,,,\,
    .)!li'' ( b1.a mid fronting 103 ft. Call I I In ,. 105 ft. J 13. S5 ft. South 105 ft. to above forth m
    the home of Mr8.V.. J. on HI. t II nn Orange xt. :2U-A-22.: -'totalfruiit Met will taut noil, ,
    3 0.Clctvl./ Epperon. Htiilk.2XB22.-Total from, ft. 101It. I ft. 34.0 ft. coat per front ft.. !MndlHon xt., t thence. .. west on Madlxon the city council of the city ..I| 'si
    : t Monday afternoon. Miss Tlu-1 1 : '!I.HI1"" front ft. Sf>.41311.: ( ; scoured SS-1136.; xccured. l by lien $184.06. 26.22-Total. front In Slurke.ft. will.meet RN an equalizing| | hum/ I
    it Silcox conducted the devotions by lien B67.no.. I 'rirntiiii, fliile, \ ft. 105.0 ; June 21xt, A. I U., II 2II, at Iii
    ..a ma Iliini|>hrrllce. Iliininbrer, II. fo(. cost per front ft. $6.4136; secured by council hnll In Starke, l"li.ul, ,
    hot 1 In !Hlk 13: niiHklnx add., to 1 l
    ; nd I business part of the program. I 1101' commeiiclnM, ..: at the N. J.:. cor. Sturke. rrontlnK 112.0 ft. on range" llen ,561\.4:1.\ : I eight o'clock p. lit. to hi, ,i icomplaint ,>
    __.__ 'nil '
    and '
    v' Hrouilway HI. and run Northm ( ...iiMnConimencliig with reference t in,, ,
    2flB22.Total front ft. 112.0fl. II I i ixexxment
    Discussion and plans were made'or Krondway ..t. 170 ft. ,lOnnl: 100 ft.1 I .; cost per front ft. $5.4131)); secured at the i., S. cor., Cull and at the can,. tin ..
    .*lllNt'I'TI.11A: : Miss Amelia Hay discussed thSubJect e the five net Chinese missionary South 105 fl. 170 to "to"'II'.Call I In Stark lOt.. thence 211- went I' bY lien $ (IA.I2.PlniminiN : and Orange xlx. and run K; on I all place will equalize| and fin,,,ill\
    play to be had next Wednesday Total, front, ft. lofi ft. suet. -22-1, 1. |4.I xt. 1511.6 ft. South 105 ft. Went 12tl prove" and confirm the "sam" .
    801 I IZEI) for study which was a re ; iier I lot 106'( fl. xii. 1 In the cor. ft. to Orange, thence North 112.0
    at the church. ft. 6.41:10: ; Hecured bv lien ":OS.41.: I i: rfN. rj. C. F. liom' :,':
    view of women's work In the averring Baptist The Unlit. ('h..I..,.. Molll Un ll I.. Mi.llt of Mudlxon ;and (', In i ft. to beginning' in Iitllrllo.21tl22.'l'olal \ Chiiliu, ,
    Itle of the is "The Honorable \\ 1., .... i'lllLrke.-29-11-22.-TuCu I front ft.llir. front ft.. 112.O ft.; cost per I
    A beautiful event of June tat church for the past fifty years. play Moltl. Tlnon lie.. Km, Carter. ( .11. I ft; cost per front ft. $5.4136; front fl. $5.41:10: ; secured. by lien.., C' A. 1."tJTCIf.: -
    Airs. Ling's Conversion." .... 11..1.>. l'hll.1 uei'lired, ) hv lien, $608.43. $60(1.32.( Clerk. a-7--'I\ 'i ,
    (,r at high noon. In the Methodist This lesson completed this study ll<- le>. \. M.One _
    church was I the marriage of Miss\ of Women and the Kingdom. During the social hour the hostess I of < lot commencing at H. W. cor.' r: ______ --
    :aI.'L''LII'f! 5th and run Wont .II' -- --- ----
    ---- -
    -- - -- -- -- --- --
    served ice oo'-l watermelon. ,. ... .. I
    Margaret; Peek Long daughter of During/ the social period Mrs r it. 10 ifroanwuy" MI.. :
    Mrs. Felix Himlln Long and Dr. D I K. : thence, South IDS ft. ,h"I1""t/ SIIO: I
    Knight delighted her hear- ( ft., to Itay 8t., thence North 10B ft.
    Bryant S. Carroll, Rev M. Chand- ers with two lovely voice numbers to beKlnnlnir In R'al'k-2<.4\-2.-<\ !!
    II IST.ns': PICNIC "(''l front ft., H3: ft.! coat front
    per I II
    ler Stith of Louisville! Ky.. a "At Eventide";; (Coverly )and fl.. $5,41364 secured by lien.. 17Sll.4a.

    t friend of the bridegroom! performing "Would Clod, I were the Tender IteuUIrr, freenum.One .'-

    ;Y the interesting ceremony. Apple Blossom] ," (Hlbb). the latter The ministers of Starke with ., of. lot 11I1..rH..UOIl commencing of tile('"II N.and W.cor. I !
    families: and a few friends
    +1 The effective decorations were being a charming old Irish Hroadwny: at a. and run North along "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"
    of pink gladioli against a background melody. had a picnic Tuesday at Klckllter'ulanding thence Went Hide of 1 llroailwav et. 105 ft. I
    went 105
    thence South 105 ft.
    of bamboo and potted Added to the circle roll was the at Klngsley lake. At the to Call Bt. Ih"lIc.:11 HI 105 ft. to I RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE, STARKE, FLORIDA

    ferns and lit each window was names of !Mrs. !M. i 13. Edwards and noon hour a delicious] picnic: lunch Total heKlnnlnw front ft.In,105 Slarkc.ft.; front-- per.G-22.--front, : '

    placed white basket of I p'nk !Mrs. H. K. Knight. Visitors pres- was enjoyed/ by the following ft. S.4ii6.: secured! by lien ,US.I,1.(! I
    who were present at this enjoyable liirl.llun (liurch... i j _STREAK 0' LEAN
    gladioli. In charge of this artistic ent were: Mrs C. D. Whltaker. 'One lot hounded \Vi'HI t hv BACON Pound 16c
    ir background of pink and green and !Mrs. Albert Thomas, from the affair! : Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Lowry Chrlxtlan, HI. on the North liy J. K. STREAK 0' FAT -
    it were Mrs. O. L. Ileasley, Mrs. R. state farm. Circle members present and) daughter Margaret. Miss Hazel ..f'olley'..r<'.property."Vln. Register on the and I IStixt. I rrontlnK by, land c .

    A, Weeks and Mrs. J. II. hitch.a were: Mesdames I':. M. Hooks White. Dr. and Mrs' O. P. : 43.5 on Call ..t. In Starke.-2S-H-24.' I

    a# The nuptial music was renderedby L. S. llulto, J. I P. Mack Hogan! Raymond and family Rev. and --1'01..1 J'rnllt fl.front*'4lS6i ft;, secured 4S.5 ft. emit liy lien poi" : I SUGAR fIRST 10 Pounds 51c
    Mm. E.: M. !Rooks aWl family Mr. $235.49.: !! - -- G RANUL1ITED -
    three friends of the bride Mlns Smith, J. L. I'lckerlll. W. C.llaile !. .JMM.IMIUT. II. v F. ,
    Ethel Griffin p'onlst' ; Mrs. M. W. n. Parks A. Z. AdklnsV. and Mrs. E.;; C. Tappen. Mrs. Sinah Lots 7 8 II 10 :1 12 151k. 1 In Dowt- ''J I
    Kimball and Mrs. L. W. Kickllter. 'IIIB'M HUl>-dlv. In
    Chandler Stltli. of Louisville Ky. '. J. Grlffln Misses Amelia and
    county. Florida, ,
    am I per plat hook :-III.C .

    soloist and Mr. Owen Grlllln DawnIng' violinist Olive Hay.I'AItKWKMj. 2> huge-634J.! :.!frontlnir Total .' ,7t4rfl..27'J': ,COM Cull ),. ; J RICEwfloLB 5 pounds 25c

    }p Mrs. Stith sang "At .- (Continued from 1. ) per rout, ft. 15.4186. secured by lien, GRAIN ,
    page $148:1.33.: i illrinliiHnnr
    (Cadman), and 0 Promise I i
    : : 1'AIITY .
    :Me," (DeKoven). Mr. Owen Griffin ( Annie, llrmlogoay, K.c I II I
    in a continuous round of burlesque

    played Shubert's "Song of !Mrs. E.; W. Lawrence and !Mrs. and horseplay. The senate show Jail. .. and*" 'IlIi'oadwnya, .8..IS.",V.und('0..run of',' ; LARD BEST .. 2 Lbs.
    Love and Miss Griffin AVext .. I w r r r r r- 25cI
    played"Traumert" Morton McDonald entertained at wan the best of the evening, particularly Kant on 'all t. '1)4;) ft. South 105 'COMPOUND
    the 04 ft. North 105 ft. to beBlii- I II
    softly during cere: an Informal party Tuesday night the clever handling of nine In Starke.-20.6.22.-Tolgl I! I I I

    mony. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence, the gavel by Senator Taylor of Punt ft. 94 l;,coat per front ft $ iooifrrklim. i I
    secured I hv lien iKnuaa. ..
    The Bridal Chorus from Lohen- complimenting Mr. and !Mrs. W. St. Augustine an experienced thes- I.. M. Mss..v.l-erkln"" >. FunleeI: I COFFEE MAXWELL' HOUSE [

    I grin announced the bridal; party. A. Scott who will leave Monday plan. Joke bills were Introducedand / "nmiencInK IVrkliiM.nrreii ut TniMk. llrulnh. STEEL CUT .. .. .. -46c i
    a point 94
    ft. W. iI t
    ,- which entered the left aisle and for Lexington Ky. arently debated including a ot,.r' W- '''"', ; after the marriage vows were run We..t 106 ft. South: 105 ft -- I
    ; I The evening was spent in an Informal measuring proposing the removalof .
    I 'taken( departed through the right manner pit: and other the state school for deaf and ning.lUInl NrtarkeU28t8-to-beifln-Tiia" I Pillsbury XXXX For Cakes Pies i
    ,' { aisle to the strains of Mendelssobn's rout ft106' ft.: cost per front ft. FLOUR : 24 Pounds $1.15HAM'S } I
    games being played. The hostesses blind: to Ocala by way of Tallahassee. $6.4136; secured 6y llenCConynencln $573.84.: Best And Blscmt. F
    recessional. Entering theY presented the honor guests with an fresh.. I. M. Sire. 1

    church first was the Junior bridesmaid attractive gift. Finally came the adjournmentand aodlOrange East.t" sari of S.run R.'t0 ,

    Miss Lois Long sister of Twenty friends of Mr. and Mrs. the official end of the regular South sorttlllfet.112.5aftt.' ? ft. .trtth5e2nceftwe North .

    d Ii the bride, who wore a yellow organdie Scott were Invited to be with themat session. The doors of the house (' | to beginning",. "In,' j I Rex Picnic Pound 23c I

    frock, yellow mallne hat, this time. Mr. Scott will enter and senate chambers were swung 02.6 Starke-18.0-22.-Total ft. cost I font ft. ,

    T and carried an arm bouquet of training for the Methodist minis wide to permit the speaker and bv lI..n.per 28421.front ft. $5.4136; Secured -
    The maid of honor (,....fI...
    yellow roses. try.DeLand notes in Times-Un- president to view each other across
    V Myrwln Jackson of Raconton the long corridor. Two gavels (':all Commencing and Orange' at ale S. 1':. Cor.i of PEACHES Cutler Brand No. 21 19c
    chiffon ion.Mr. ( ': t. :::: IIIuI'OG.tlit. ''i can -
    Ga., was attired In a pink W. A. Scott Is the son of were poised and swung downward. w.uV 126 Htri' to5or nge xt. hence ,

    creation with Irregular hemline, a Mr. and Airs. F. A. Scott and] for And amid mingled cheers and North IW-ro"!! "' 'beginning::: In Htarke I II' I

    deep yoke and a shoulder cape of the past several years has made Eighs of relief the most stormy ''. lioiit:(| ft.r15.4136nsecuredlby. ;; : lien I i '' I

    <, ecru lace. With this she wore a his home In IJel and. regular session In the history of $847.2a. 1', I Lake View, lb. J8c

    transparent' picture hat and her Florida legislature officially dosed.I"JoIt'Il'I.i'I Itnr Slreet Fruni ("nil. .t. to ."In."",,,, II i r IIiIJ{ amp-s: 3 cans 27 BUTTER 1 Clearbraok lit. jOc
    lltg.ltrt"e 'I
    lkk, arm bouquet was of pink rose 1:I. t.. 11i : I I
    '. I''' buds. TWHXTIIJTII: : CKNTUUY One lot fronting on Hav ..t. 2145: : I ,
    : : AT HAXTOX ImuiiOed.
    on the S by Maillxon :
    St ,
    t'1,1'11 MFlT4Friday; : :
    The bride entered with her un .I 1'11"t toy /.alll1.!! ". ('IIU"" property. I The Ncw'l. 1 ForFlakes Jams
    I : ,
    cle. Judge A. V. Long of Gainesville evening was the scene I Sunday school at 3 o'clock p. --8.0.22.-Total,inu net *-I. ny: 't.nii, tit.I (In riot town ft.nf 214.5 HI/u'k.ft.I I,' Jcl-.Uaiz'LOrn N o. 2 can 19cI i CERTO and .Ielly's 3Qc I"
    per 'rlllt fl.
    ''L by whom she was given In of an enjoyable bridge party when m., followed by preaching services by. tic.. 707.40. $3.2)79: ; secured I:
    4 d marriage ut the altar where they In charge of Pastor It. E. Starr of I IIt 11..1.. Joeephln. I
    Dr. and !Mrs. I E. L. rtlggs enter- I \

    I man.met was the of The midnight bridegroom bride's blue wedding and georgette his dress best, tained Century members club at of their the Twentieth home on Lawtey. All Invited..- I thanes Alacll-.ui.111'1\'""niiiHon"(.'''.,''at" Soouth went I 11:0.KIM.' :330.:'105 and w.ft ft.run to thence cor.Uroadwny North,, ,liny,Knxt:lor..and cl.on fl' ,,'1 Eagle Brand Milk, en. 20c: 1'1' Com Package!, 8eI I ,

    9 I Walnut street. et. ,
    I w : beginning In -
    fashioned as an ensemble traveling C : .i"t": front: ft. 105 I, '' I
    Shasta dalnles in bowls and fl.
    vases : par front
    ft. $1.297u: :

    suit embroidered with "p,In flesh blue colored and gold.blouse Her i decorated the sun parlor providing rd,I..IU.Iy lien('hll.$340,25";" '. 1..lft Un III.;. et.ui-I M. l I PICKLES5. SWEET' ANDALUSIA: Jar 35c I

    close flitting hat was of blue and' a lovely background for the ,Ito 11..1." ..'.".""". Ftn: t crier. ( Itin.ltt'I'.. ,, '' MIXED BRAND Quart I II
    a bolge Baku straw, and she carried tables. where the guests spent a Mr. and :Mrs.! C. R. Johns Kings- I..,.' V! I::..1t..I.,f.,- t'l"lr"' >''' 11..1 I I.U",1'Jt.V.omlm"'Vllt 1: i I I I,

    bride'sroses pleasant evening. ley lake son June 1st. . :: : t the -- - ---- -- ll 1
    I an arm bouquet of the made .. ; ate. \f', run i I
    High/ scores were by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnson I 'Vest Oil Call .t. 330 ft. t ,
    and titles 10 .
    valley JI'ollll ----------
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    1tit. I 1- -- --- ------ ----
    N. Sternberg and !Mrs. C. C. Hop- Starke son !May 31st. .. thence H""lh led: fl. thence I.t:
    best Mr\ .
    Dr. Carroll's man was 'au It. to III.Y "t. ,
    Thomas Telfalr Long a brother of pe and low scores by Mr. S. L. Mr. and 'Mm. E. Carter, highland ft. to beginning In then Starke.--" North 105 ,, ..- -- -- -- -

    Peek and Mrs. L. Wyman. Each yon June 1st. Total font n. 105.0 ft.; cost n.'I, ,
    Kr the bride and ushering were Mr. 't. 32979. .e'ur"d I
    by lien,
    were presented u gift.A
    D. Powell Carpenter: and Mr. J. Orlando-Central ;
    salad course with tea was Florida Poultry Itntnae Street from ('..11 l ..t. to Mnill. '

    Hamilton Hitch, Jr. enjoyed by. the following guests: Producers Co-operative Association I,
    The bride's mother !Mrs\ Long
    Miand Mrs. 1<'. I"'. Stump Mr. opened packing and stor- Congratulations To
    / wore a white costume of chiffon
    1 and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. age plant in this city. 1>K. n. 4. C.tUICOLL
    1 .and lace, a white hat and accessories. -
    and Mrs N. Sternberg Mr. and Dentist
    I Mrs. S. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. J. Over Corpenlng's Drug Store r
    The bride Is charming young ,
    a Jloblnson Mrs. O. L. I
    j J.
    ( neasley. Phone Si I
    the City Council of
    woman, a graduate of the Bradford Mrs C. CHoppe and Miss Mabel the City of Starke, hue by proper Otllce hours: 9 to IS.n I l
    County High School, and has .fKolutlon. determined to pave and
    Starke where she Weller. otherwise Ih'lH'nc..rt"I" sweets In I I Bradford I
    spent her life In t the City fir Mtnrlce, linn ,assess the County II"
    has numbers of friends, as was .1811 JIII close, t thereof mrahmt tho property -- --- -- i iI 1"1

    attested by pre-nuptlal affairs given Silt, ; I.. AVYMANKXTKHTA1N abutting' adjoining! I : and. contlguouuo '
    aId .treete and allow the property *
    In her honor and also by many : owners. who Ucxlre.. the prlvOKO ,,1''of" .-
    of p"yln I fur the same in Ten I !
    lovely wedding presents. e.iual anual lithtallmentH of onenlh ..-
    lr. Carroll is the son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman were each. thr aret to li" paid within I
    host and hostess to members of Thirty I dnyn/ after the completlnnthereof : t Strawberry Growers I '
    'rlv Mrs. W. M. Carroll, of Wlutorvllla and! the other nine to be [ (
    ': N. C, lie came here about twok' the Twentieth Century club Wednesday paid In nine equal annual InHtalliiviitM -
    and have caused the following -
    years ago'and opened a dental at 'their home at Kingsley assessment roll to l h" prfparedax .
    office and has the esteem of Lake. provided for by law towlt FtFt(
    won \ : :
    rL 1 (.'till Slrrrt Prom Hay Wt. <.. Ornnue I
    the people of this section He was Sun flowers and browneyedsusans Ml.lM4rlitl .

    ? student of the University of adorned the rooms where | .iit., = Dwrrnfq Hrpuns'1 I
    Ii a \Vellx. .S. M., :Sir.Velle, Hoitrr ...,
    I, r North Carolina and also the Unl- tables were arranged for auction \\ rile.! hurl I
    bridge four being in play. 7.6 ft. on: or went Bide of the fol'Mvln&r 1 bif lMtf.
    lot : Commencing at the N. In the columns of the Bradford County Tele-
    graduated, Receiving prizes for the evening W Cor. of C'1I1IwII, Hay Htx. In town

    College. were !Mr. N. Sternberg and Mrs.S. of along Siarke the ,Hlrrnly thence. run boundary Northerly line When Fire Routs ; graph today is reproduced some letters passing between -

    Its ) Immediately after the ceremony L. Peek, who made top scores ot Kay xt. to land of lloyt estatethence '

    1 trip to North Carolina. They will Miss Mabel Weller holders of low el to Hay St. to Haiti Call ..t. thenceCaBterly teen hi., !..?. (? .-.,_ ... /_ ,
    f 62 1-2 ft. to, beginning In I..HIM .Ih_ I )
    reside In Starke and be at hometo scores. Htarke.-2H-0-22.' Total front ft. 7.6: oh''. ...,.ma... U ..../HM nil II,?h.,hit.ell...Bw. mon Newell entomologist of the Florida State S@I;
    coal front ft, ;; .I,_ __ W I I
    .H36 secured _
    their friends at what was formerly The hostess, served chicken salad per $ ; by .- 1 I. sub .1. I.. 1.._ II
    known the Turner residence sandwiches and Ice tea to the leu. HO.60.Kilnnriln. : -peeawlen, non......pl.... II ..,", I
    as \V.It'h- pile tidy... eis.y ref rh1.h. '._, 110 Plant Board. This correspondence brings the as- I
    I lot commencing on Call *t. at ,
    West Call street. players who were: Dr. and Mrs. M .loll. hla
    on I.e mono ere
    I pnp
    the H. W. Cor of land belonging" to ...., .
    kiI Among the out of town guests E. L. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 101.... H. M. Wells thence run North not :newt, T. punier, surance that the shipment of strawberries from FOI

    k ,. were; Mr and Mrs. C. Z. Suddeath Andrews Jr., Mr. and( !Mrs. F. F. South 32O ft.312 thence ft thence Went Knot; 611!) on ft. Cull thence". ........II ,.,. .... _lei .......... .. I I

    Miss Julia Mae Peek of Jacksonville Stump Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg, iO.A at ft.the to M.beg 10. also car of I land lot commencing formerlyowned -N rr,prep-f. this section will not be interferred with by the J
    Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mrs. O. t
    ; Hon. and Mrs. J. E. Fetch Peek by II. P. Young known BH Orange

    of DeLand; Mrs. ,V. T. Jackson L. Heaaley Mrs. C. C. Hoppe Miss along college Call *t. !lot J2.5. thence ft. thence run North Kant: HAROLD C. WALL quarantine against the Mediterranean fruit fly.
    and Miss Flora Belle Jackson, of Mabel Weller and Mr Joe Truby. 315 ft. thence west 53: I 1-2 ft. thence .

    Ilaconton-Ga., Judge and !Mrs. A. South 315 ft. to beginning" In Htarke INSURANCE I
    20-6-23. Total. front ft. 113 ft.: cast
    y V. Long Miss Annie Long, !Mr. IHN.NKK.: GIVEN: FOIL per H11.74.' front ft 5.41391; lecured by lien There was a good deal of uncertainty and specu- I

    and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of HIHn.ltT' \" I \11 l..h.lI. l>. |>., Jr.... Mltrhrll. I III.1,1 STAUKE; I LORIDAPROGRESS n

    Gainesville. -- I'. MIK-hell. ('I..... :Mitchell t'him. lation about this matter and his usual I
    ....._______ u_ __ .\. following
    Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss Myr[

    v CIRCLE ;MKKTI.MJS: : MONDAY win Jackson were hostesses to the custom in such cases Mr. Matthews went to where

    : AFTERNOOX Long-Carroll bridal party at a de- N'aI

    : lightful Informal dinner Friday authentic'information could be had. The letter "

    Circles number and number evening following the rehearsal at ,
    two of the Woman's one Missionary the Magnolia Tea Room. I from Dr. Newell's office is the best news that has 1

    Society of the Methodist church was The spread prettily wltn appointed table The Changing Times I been received here in a long time and this bank
    met :Monday! ( afternoon and held a pink scalloped
    The Stage Moves' to the Screen i i FOLO!
    their monthly study and social cloth centering which was a crystal -

    meeting. basket tied with tulle and tilled The age advances! In the forward "' cordially congratulates our farmers on the pros- I h')

    f Circle number one met at the with pink zinnia, at each end rush of >progress the old gives 'I. I 'Io
    home oC Mrs. Noble II. White, and was a silver candelabra holding I away to the new. This Is the ,' I pect of not being interferred with in the cultiva- I.

    ,, the circle leader. :Mrs.! R. A. Weks pink candles. The place cards story of man and his world in the tion
    and of their main
    _ )t4Kr prettified over the business and devotional wore of -bridal party motif. The world, of entertainment a New art marketing money crop.

    tl; sesnlon. Mrs. White led favors for the occasion were min arrives and by sheer merit wins I I

    _ t n the study which was the last two iature suit case filled with rice. the forward place In attention. I

    ; y chapters of Women and the King- Ii1. Carroll's favor was a china The new art In entertainment is

    11 Idom.. At the close of the meeting bride and Miss Long's a China talking and singing pictures I.It

    the hode8s, assisted by Mrs. Geo. bridegroom.The I

    b i C. White served Ice cream and guests enjoying this four- JUNES

    1 home-made cake. course dinner with the hostesseswere le l BANK OF STARKE FOr
    Mrs. J. L. I'lckerlll and !Mrs. T. : Miss Margaret Long Dr. II. TILE TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN" ''I

    J. Griffin. entertained circle num- S, Carroll Miss Myrtlce Jackson With tt(

    ber two at Mrs. Plckerlll's home Mr. Powell Carpenter Rev, and m

    which was brightened with a variety Mrs M. C. Stlth Judge A. V. NORM SHEARERJACKSONVILLE'S .">, THE HONOR ROLL BANK IE
    c I of beautiful flowers. Long: Miss Lois Long Mr. Owen I 'r *-. "' II p.NO'
    ', Mrs. E. M. Hooks circle leader Griffin and Mr. Telfalr Long. I

    .. ..
    conducted the business session :
    R. Davis Cashier refu
    r + + and Mrs. M. E. Edwards led the Curtiss Flying Service Inc., FLORIDATHEATRE J. ,

    4 ; devotional part of the program jlrnsto equip modern airport at I L--
    ,.t ) th subject being "broken homes." 1 01fl
    [ Vi...t Palm Beach. _' 1 flBc


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    1 I BID.tl' ._ BRADFORD COUNTY 1'ELEOnAP. STAHKE, n.onini rAGF FlV1I ',
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    ;; u nnS7S2S7S7S7S2S7SaSS SS7S"1 JBits I. Mr. and !Mrs W M\ WaInwrIght Mr and Mrs, J..J I (larko. after ; (ClKflll. MtJI'lIt several days this( I Mr\ and Mrs !Everett; :Vinci\ r and I I :Mrs\ (;eurgc Whlti Mi and !Mrs ,
    l I and children left Saturday for spending several dins with Mr week with his DIU"'"!". )li .and daughter, Paiillni' ClI't New:; Hmy- \v. .1. Epperson: Mr and Mm W. '
    I Jacksonville Beach to be gone for and Mrs 1<'. F. Stump left Thurs- Mrs W K. Mlddleton. Mr Mld i Inn spent the week-end In SIAike! Kennedy and Sirs George( Ander- f

    OJL i several months. day for their. home In Wilson N. dleton wa enroute to Savannah with relatives. Mrs J. II. Fields son of Law ley. attended services at II t t

    C. Ga, where he In to make bin home. and little daughter! Hazel accompanied the Hapt.'st: church In Lake JluUrr 1.I i
    Mis.\ H. "N. Holland left Saturday Mr. and Mm. Miner to New Sunday, It was the sixtieth aonVvtrsary ) ,

    for her home In Marrletta, Regular meeting Troop 1 in Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad It Inn Smyrna where they will live. and home coming day of

    J L )cai r M4.Concerning ; S Ga.Holland., after a visit with her son Dr. Scout hall Thursday June 6 at I j and Mrs. M K. Edwards motored -- I the church "I y

    7:45: p. m. I'alrol leaders be pres- I to Gainesville Sunday to see Col. Mrs. Alice\ Shepard and MISSLena \ : '.,
    -- ent and bring your patrol member ': J. C Adklns: who Is Buffering from Belle left I Mla\ Hazel Mlddleton\ who has 1
    I Our People, Business and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moore Mr.C. .-L. Wjman' Scoutmaster. the effects of uu automobile accl- Hilliard where Shepard will Fridayfor been attending the Florida State i t I
    of the H. Moore and Mr. A. II. Hearst I dent. College for Women returned home
    Progress County and Town
    of Waycross. Ga., were visiting the summer with Mr\ and Mrs. C. I'
    relatives in Starke last week. 1\!fl. M. I... Granger of Waldo, C. Shepnrd. Accompanying; them Tuesday. s I
    Mrs. C. T. Dutton and Mrs.\ J. 11. The many friends! here of Mrs were Mrs C. A. Knight and Miss 'I
    y 5 5''iSdS'c5Z5Z525i'S255' : ,X75'Sri.SZ' 52.525252525ur'u252.1' 5 Mr. Orrlu Curtis and Mr. Bill Carwill of Tampa, were the guestsof II It. C. Richard, of Palatkn. are Cleo Shepard who spent the day. Mrs. W. A. Colley and Miss Lola

    nd,,,I Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent Chufas, velvet beans Spanish Patterson of Atlanta. Ga., spent Mr. and Mrs.\ II. ('. Wall over glad to hear Hint she la rnpldly recovering I Colley left Friday for Altapulgas,
    Ga., to spend the summer with
    gnl',"'," ,% m Jacksonville. peanuts and field I peas J. F. I-I c I(- several I days with Mr. and Mrs WG. the week-end. I from nn operation performed Mrs. W. T. Jackson Miss Myrllre! Mr.\ Colley.
    ---- liter. Unite last! week. willie in Union Memorial Jackson MHH! Myrwin Jackson I' 'I,
    Smith and G. Alderman, Mr. W. ..1.Epperson "
    ,md Mrs. L. F. Mr. HoHpilnl, Baltimore Md. hells Jackson '
    "l' I and Miss Flora left .
    Mr. Archibald Johns Mrs. Lacy Klckllter of Stuart. ; ';
    Jacksonville Sunday. _
    i nd f 1'
    eon. Mr. and Mrs J. p. Thoman Miss Sarah Green and Miss Margaret \ and Mr. H.( C. :Wall left Wednesday James Sunday for their home In lliiconton Is visiting at the home of J. 11'. ;'l : f.
    -- William Itrownlee who ,
    -- spent Sunday at St. : Green of Jacksonville spent (Oa. They were accompanied l"cklltsl', this week. ." ,
    sm.:.ml M lIt'* on Straw hates litIrrabrrg'a. Beach. Augustine Friday with Miss Emma: Strick for several days' fishing trip at 'I has spent the post; term In Atlanta, by Miss\ Ethel Grlllln and Mr Tel- I 1 i7(,' i '1 I

    $ / land 1'asn-a-grille. ns a student In the Atlanta Southern lair Long as far as Valdosta. I J.V.. Ilarrell of Jacksonville '' ;J I !
    Dental College has 1
    returnedto :
    struth is visiting rela- Mr. Harold Milts Myrtle Strickland Mr. member at large of the city council : t ,j(3 !!.
    \I'' i Sebrlng and Merrlel I the home of Ills! parents, Mr. andMrs \ .
    J. L. Ohamberlln writes the
    Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and was a business visitor to Starke f"
    this week. :McMillan, Walter Ferris, Mr.\ F. A. Weekly ,
    ",i 'imksonvllle are spending several ; I .1. M Urownleo, to spend the II .,
    I I. "? Telegraph from Ilethel Vermont
    days In Tallahassee this week. family spent Sunday In St. Augustine Mr.\ Sydney Pustuer! of Ocala Hummer vacation.Mr. Tuesday, looking over his prop- "

    'Ii :'1 ,1 Mrs. J. M. Davis visited and were accompanied home were dinner guests of Mr and< Mrs I that the In full apple bloom trees and there the are farm-almost erties In this section :;I i('

    ,.. Sunday Mrs II. A. I I E. W. Ha>es, Sunday
    J ?" ills! motion and children by Mr.\ .Haynes Grant. and MrsV. W. Carter and em are lust startlim on planting U. D. Johns of Tampa was attending !'
    motored to Green Cove Springs son, William Wallace!', Jr. and and :Mr. Chnnilier- '.X I
    I corn potatoes to haaloess) matters 11:1:
    Wednesday. The circles ot the Buptlst \\ 0111an's j
    M I i J.: 4. Tlson spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Missionary Union will: meet at 11\IIks Inez MII:tt tif l.nkpInnd.II'!\ Mix stated that It was; II late Starke Tnesda>'. ..t 3\
    ,iiiiville, shopping. -- 'and Mrs (C. p TUon. Mr\ midMm "oven for Vermont A ,
    ,,1,1 i 1 Mrs. D. A. Montletli and son spring
    III the home of Mrs.\ W M 1 Edwardson I :
    MMI'M AMut DIK k. 'l'I-OIIM-I-H only : Palo !" >klt. and mm. Billy of 11'J': I oh n 1'1'r'',,' l>"ll (r SlilrtH at Su'a'"- 1jIt.7.> at St<:'iiilH-i'K'ji. Ralph Rhodes, spent Sunday in West Call street !Monday\ nftei- .III!"krtoMVllll. were the KUi'StH OlMi Mi\ -mid-\.lrs- '-. t.-, --\-\'- AldiiimtinMian of J.irkHonvllle. wero. the guests '1

    !1",1'/1', .. \ou will b.>; MIIl'l"'IHt'4l.| l.Mis Cedar Key. noon, at :1:30:! : o'clock) !\ '. and Mr\ 1'. I'': Johns Sunday ttlaiiilii' Aldi'i,,niiin Mr and, i tit't Bias l K S TtHiin' Thursday, ;. f'
    : _
    Mr. Harvey Long of Jacksonville ;; 1-- ;
    Miss Minnie\ Gruber, who haH I
    r, J. Griffin and Mrs. J. was a visitor I" Starke Mon Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Mills and ::1.
    been teaching In Sturkc tits year 1 .
    l E i III'' ,in, 'niiiK motcred to Jackson-! day. daughter!: Elizabeth: were guestsof \ left Sunday for her home lu Alma

    vln'' '" .. daY. Bracelet watches strap w't tees, I the Mr.week-end.and Mrs. f1<'. Flume over Ga.sinter She, Mrs was, J.accompanied A. Saul who by will her :
    June 8th
    7th &
    <1'.1.< and. Mrs. I;. M. Johns Gloria diamonds and Jewelry, for less spend several weeks Bargains Bargains l. t

    Johns! and Mr. Abe neusent than you can buy In the city. S Miss EloIse Jones of Gainesville ----. .
    Jacksonville Monday. G. Lewis several of last week :
    visited watchmaker Starke, Fla spent days Jack Lee left Friday for Dunn, .

    with her grandparents, Mr. and N. C., to visit his grandmother ',
    Miss Dorothy Sapp of Lawtey Mrs O J. Gitffln and Mr. Owen iirs. A. M. Darby. Mrs. EldrIdge Lee. !Mrs\ Edward ) '
    spent the week-end with Mrs. I:. Griffin spent the week-end in Brock and Mrs. L. A. Meade accompanied J ,
    \\' Haven Jacksonville with relatives. Mrs. A. A. Ammons after a ten him to Jacksonville HEST 'j" ;\/ ,', \
    days' visit with Mrs. O. J. Grlffln I SUGAR -10 Pounds SIc t
    ------ where they spent the day - GRANULATED "
    ,V. Praetorlus of Cocoa, returned her home In ,
    \lriW Fruit Jars, cops, rubbers vinegar Saturday to _. -

    ,Ii.Mi.,Hi,,,Laura, truest I.of Powell.her grandmother P. Klckllter.Mr in bulk .and pickling Hplces.( J. Waycross,_ Ga. l tosli Mr.spent J. C.Sunday Turnlpneed with of Mr Mcln-\ and SWEET! CLOVER .\ ; ,

    Mrs. O. L. Reasley, Mrs. C. C.
    Mrs. P. A. Sweezy. !Mrs\ Turnip- I llBST GRADE
    r, Jordan and children \ and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell motored BUTTER Pound 48c
    Mi'' |II{ and Mrs. Lynn Mitchell and Hoppe seed after a week's visit at the CREAUERJ" -
    ,OIr f\\iidwnod.\ are the guests of HOII. Gordon, spent the week in to Jacksonville. Monday for Sweezy home returned with her I ,
    Mis. : L. Peek this week. Lake City. the duy. A J husband. I
    '.....: ;}
    Adklns U the guest Mr. and Mrs.\ R. L. McDowell
    \li- Hazel"" 1 You inn get MiC'ull'N 1>"t"'I'1I1I Mr. Earl Mlddleton formerly of
    ,"I,i MI, -, Stella Harrett of Jai-k- at Stri.nlM''.;'... and, children of Jacksonville, will I'' ;
    ,, i Ii.ue this week.i spend the wek-end In Starke with: : Van Camp's Milk Evaporated Apples '
    -- -- Mrs. L11IJltchell! and Miss Mr. and :Mrs\ John Uglow.Mr. II

    i ..-. .til-He "tJn I for .hlliH. [ all fillin Ethel Griffin spent Tuesday in I
    ,'-. !SI I at htoinlxM-K's./ JarkHonvIlIe. and :Mrs. Army Armstrongof FLORIDATheatre \

    -- Savannah Ga., were the guestsof Large Cans '- .. 9c Regular PricelOc '
    M I Vnn :Moore and :Miss Ethel !Mrs. 1) E. Knight and Mrs. II. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Lewis last

    M i. M."' 111' last weak In Jackaonl V. Knight visited. friends In Jacksonville week. GAINESVILLE ,
    \ Wednesday. --..---- Small Cans 41hcj' : 3 Packages 23 ;
    -- -- --
    Mr. L. O.l Hay, who was one of i

    l l.uinle Cramer of Jackson- State's Attorney II. V. Knight the teachers In the II I H. S., the i itHii.\MH) ; : : 11'1:1:1'llMIS'iXi : .
    \ ,.. in Sunday with Mr. and spent Tuesday in RalCord on 1WOfosslonal past term left yesterday for Atlanta -
    : : JTM': i rn !Wafer Ground Medium :; '
    where he will enter the summer ;
    }, l I' A Swoezy.l business.Col. ----
    school of Emory University

    \l iiul Mrs. C. A. Knight and !. D. E. Knight was a professIonal MONDAYTUESDAY"DANGEROUS: &IEAL'or GRITS - - 6Pouids,21c
    M 1 ,<
    .1.l ,.-niiville, Sunday afternoon. day. little daughter. Marjorie Sue, of COMPOUND
    --- -- '" 'DeLnnd, were week-end! guests of WO HI AN"
    thus. !Summer Knickers 91.73 at Mrs. S. }o... Hamrlck Is visitingher :Sirs.\ Mark's parents Mr. and Mrs. REST ( ,

    .SI. llllMTH daughter, Mrs. J. C. Ratnpley A. :1. Darby (All Talking.) LARD - 'FRESH SHIPMENT2 Pounds, 25c :}

    in Sebrlug. ""' -
    -- -- ---- WithBacala1lnl'a
    In XK. Mlddleton left Wedil Mr. T: A IJr:nson of Hugh I;, Mrs.

    \r' i. 'ini" Dover fluff, On, where Mrs. O. Staiibbury" and Miss l Edna Charlie Johns of Baldwin and and Clive EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL j
    ", ill -i>end h'a vacation.r.FNT Stansbury spent. !Monday\ In Mrs." James David of South Carolina -j Brook
    were guests of Mrs. J. E. I0c & ,1(>c :\Lt.r Kic.: IUOe( < ; <

    ( A %% Jacksonville Silk Hone with
    WORD 1 hods Jjtl\ I lit StC'l."h'I'/l'H/ \ and Mrs. W. A. Scott of De- WEDNESDAYVlljiilioiK :
    Land enroute to Lexington, Ky.: ,
    U COLUMN :Miss Isabel Fernandez nnd arrived :Monday\ for'Reverlll days | > Talking/: .Picture Regular Price 8c RICE

    Miss Alice Fernandez are guestsof ", visit,: with\ Mr. Scott's parents, Mr.\ I i
    F'ol( RENT:- Furn'she.l cottage relatives In Fernandina this and Mrs.\ 1<'. A. Scott. Monte Blue I I

    iiKHloy: lake. J. .... Kick-liter! week.I __ I 3 for 13eI 5 Pounds 25c tI,};
    cans -
    --- ---- ---- In
    Mrs. J. L Peek has as her .
    .'nit *. \I.E One good farm miilui '. ; ;
    I Mrs.: L.: A. Iteynoldi; Is spending guests her mother. Mis. E. P.
    --- i 1 .Barman-. Lawtey. 5-a-2t:--* a couple of weeks In Lakeland well of West Palm Beach and Ot'j "NO DEFENSE"I
    Miss\ Ruth Otwell of COUNTY
    Km;: :SALE Steel rangef In good: with friend: ter. & .->(0.. Miit.: .t Eve: IOi-.Vt; >
    < nnd( :tlon. Phone 47 6-7-2t Haven.
    --- Miss\ :Madge Mlddleton left ----------- TI IURSIA7'FRIDAYRanfon
    FOR SALE Market fixtures, a Tuesday for Chattahoochee for a ffALU111NO

    l irptaln See P, S. McMillan or visit with friend Navarro andRe LARGE FANCY I KINGAN'S"LEMONS '
    I'ank: of Starke. It

    Foil SALE: -.- Good 4-room house IH J visiting. D. Alvarez his grandmother of Jacksonville.Mrs. nee AdoreeIn dozen27c 1 II Picnic Hams Pound 23c

    pnr.'hes. garage: : good pump. Lalla Chase. ti
    ..IOKI l In 1000. Sterl Courtney. cuocoiatccPhone ; I t
    6-7-H. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Lewis spent 100! \XU\\: l'II.SIIM.t1'Vi: "THE PAGAN"Synchronized \ i 1110 s

    Sunday In Jacksonville with their o with music I i

    SEEIE: BEFORE PAINTING daughter, Mrs. William Peebles.Mr. 1 and sound effects and sing
    Your house. Can save you $25 : -MC STh11L ;
    ' KI", $:\\0 on any house. \V. U. Graham and !Mrs.\ L. A. Meade visited Say i with Flowers 1 ing.I '.

    I! 10th and Cherry st. its Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Brown of Lake Flowers For All 10l'I & >->()<' :Mat & I.'.\.... 10-.V: 1

    FOR SATURDAY t tn'
    RENT: -Three unfurnished Occasions "
    rooms over store on llth and Mrs. ,'t/'. J. Epperson, Jr., of .. ; iff tJ
    highway. Apply Edwards: Store I Jacksonville, was the guest of Mrs. "TRAIL OF f98"A

    on highway. It. H. C. Wall over the weekend.Mrs. Gertrude Godbey Metro-fioldwyn i -
    WANTED- Poultry 25 cents per Ralph Barbour of Jackson- AndersonPhone Synchronized Production I I l

    pound paid delivery to express ville, motored to Starke Mondayand '
    Ilk' &: 400 !(Oc'> &: :30cJLUIf.s & l
    with Mrs. L. W. T4W- 19 COMICS IN COLORS
    platform, Starke Tuesday spent, the day 89 Waldo Fla. : 1.4"lIh'j: 1 ; '
    morning. Rosenberg Poultry & Klckliter.Mrs. 1
    Produce -. .... I''
    Co., St. Augustine. '
    53141. J. L. PIckerill had as her // FULL PAGES MAGAZINES FEATURES t '4 ,
    guests Monday Mrs. C. D. Whlt-
    WANTED: I and !Mrs.\ Albert Thomas, of 1
    will aker
    -- Green corn, pay SPECIAL ARTICLES BY R
    $1 I 10 per crate for fancy green the State Farm.

    "m packed In wire bound Col.! and Mrs. E. 11. Johns returned PROMPT, RELIABLE FORD SERVICE .,, Kathleen Morris! ''
    CrateR J. L. Ilarrell. Lawtey.
    iOa.,. 5-31-tf. to Tallahassee Tuesday \ 1 Kd. Howe

    after spending several days at NEW FORD PHAETON i Will IloKers

    FOIL :SALE -- Player piano, $100; home. O. Mcintyre: i.t

    'iu HvinR' room suite $150.00;other dln- Mrs 'C. W. Ford- Jr., and. son. H60 r j Hobby Jones |
    room furniture and ,
    h' Harold Mrs. C. W. Ford, Sr., and (F. O. B. Ditrott. plutcharge t 7 .1. J. i1cL'rawG1IRDFN ] ; ,
    :' ''mehold' articles. Apply to In for (.,pert end .- THE ,
    v 6-31-31 Woodrow Ford spent Sunday tI.B"m/ ,...i and I FOR Itabc Huth )
    ua L. Johns.
    Jacksonville with relatives. .,.,. are ..(.) / i

    LO 5- Two female bird dugs: I Robt. Kdgren .. '
    watch repairing. Lubricationof James. Corbctt
    '"' red another liver and Fine watch- highest grade hardware at
    guaranteed. S. G. Lewis I Robert f MountsierRupert I
    Mm I, Finder notify W. K.r' I )
    ', ,,ide, who will pay for troub- maker, fetarke Fla. the new Ford our specialtyTHINK special! price reductions: for Hughes ;
    l 11 "
    ini-urred." 5312t. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Magulre. planting time. You can get +
    F'OIt of Plainfield N. J., are guests of of us when you want your car oiled and And Many Other Special Features. AH in the Enlarged ,
    m', HI sacrifice $500; Buick mas- Mrs. will know that it has been done right. Correct and and
    Mrs. A. M. Darby. here at bargain Improved Sunday Issue of
    l". j garden a
    'U coach $450; nine cars all thorough lubrication will save you many dollars :In

    makes, Bell all for $1,000. Ches- returned of car.
    Mrs. S. F. HamrIck has the up-keep your price. .
    ter Smith Co., Jacksonville 200 visit with Dr.

    -Durk' street. 517tt.NOTICF.Two after several C.Y.days. Denny of Savannah .. ,. Jr.StG.i.J THE FLORIDA TIMESUNIONFROM
    and Mrs. J. W. An" 7", Iel'ITT r. JONES:

    funlshed rooms for Ga.State. :
    rent cheap. And also two stoves, FROM I YOUR DEALER-lOc A COPY 'fi'' t
    furniture and lots of good secondhand Attorney and Mrs. II. r.-. : Rest or Quality-I.owcHt of
    lumber, ceiling and Knight had as their guests Thursday Prices By Carrier-20c Per Week- Daily and Sunday V

    floorIng at less than bait price. I Dr. and Mrs. J. f;. Mamas\ of .. --'- carer'+a. .

    See W E. Daugherty. Gainesville.

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    rwrTM1 .,.. q" 1I""I'.r''iI"r.f.', ... j.I''I'''''''''"''"'..,..' M..... "" ,"' "' '''''I''I''P'' '': '\ .

    Pr' .\ <1IUJt u.____ _. RR.tD I'oltl' ) COUNTY fI LEGRAPII__ST.__<\RK11.__ .__ _FLORIDA_ ._ ___.____ _._ ____ ____ ___.___m ___ ..___ _. ____ __ ._ F I"-\y, JUG Njj 10:11::
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    ..............--.................--........-. they have not sufficiently inheritedthe g. '

    desirable qualities of their Immediate -j' I Provides An Ideal Tivc-Day Voyagc-j I Ii
    : 1 n.I \ How to ancestors he will also be Great Lakes Trip
    the extentas
    :iii Farming I lacking In much same -

    i itrMa ; ;. RaizePoultry they are. This Is not an Infallible -
    ; a rule but generally the

    ( Agricultural Editor) I i male from a good line that read ...7

    ily transmits Its good qualities to
    .----. -. -- toy Dr. L. D. LeClear, V. 5." POR.TMfNUOLI.
    will himself ,x
    succeeding generations
    I >
    St.l.ol&u., Mo. Sg,
    Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Articles .VeGcar U...rmlu.ee i lOr lli*.Ontario I be a good producer.The R n

    r of Farm Experiences and Methods Found years Veterinary vererlnnrv<:..110..pr.rare. ""'" :.on Ilir.v-dl.eerut l. question breeding of body males tests to Is Awrw f :S ,

    y5 To He Best Suited to Our Country authority Uv9; stock on poultry and poultry.and miHk Inimrnt rutting.Naliontillv i ascertain more or less good In dispute I know

    j ( I, ---- -. _. ..' author known and poultry lecturer.t.lrticlf hreoticr.Noted : i definitely that body tests can establish -

    + t I"---- -.......-...-..., .. the laying qualities of a K / \\P

    200 From 33 STATK IXHTITI'TIOXS TAN XXII hen but it has not yet been tully

    r Boys IUSHI1H: : Mini iiici.p': II' \vr established whether or not similar
    (iI\'.' Til KM: OPPOKTt'.MT\ Till: IMI'OHTANT tests can be safely relied! upon to .otJ io'
    Counties At 1929 : J LLt
    H.ll.K 01' VOl'll: I-KOCK indicate a rooster's ability to past fJ
    The other day I took a trip to on to his progeny a certain degree .

    Club Short Course Calesv'He, and while\ out at the "A Rood rock bird Is half the of laying I power Until that tll ttd.

    ';'; ?a; i i'i University called on my friend, flock" says'" an atrocious bit ol question Is definitely settled(; most ?? srw. no f

    the'entomologlHt of the Stale Plan raisers will prefer to put : 6
    nllH114.,1, <'i>mm">n
    o <'! end Hear Talk by Board. He told me noniethliii, I poultry raining\ that came to my their man: reliance In such Indications ( -

    Mini)' I'l-oiiilncnt which I have been thinking about attention recently. Poor verso of fitness as are explained

    '! bleu.ki a lot since I camo home so I am certainly, but good logic notw'ithstanding above. Careful selection along fc

    going to Pass it on: It Is undoubtedly( true the lines suggested: Is bound to be Alkcfr p .

    y'' Two hundred club boys from all\ lie showed me a letter writtento In my op'nlon that that a good amply, rewarded particularly for I .S-- *'

    ki back home him by a citizen! ot this state male Is ut least half the flock-- those who have hitherto felt thata j %** -* MB \
    -rtloiiH of Florida( are
    The man wag thanking him for a probably much more than half. Ills rooster is Just a rooster and that -I

    this week after having spent last little service which the doctor hat characteristics are are transmittedto any old rooster will\ do. That : k -

    week attending their annual rendered for him. Then the writer so( many chicks and are so distinctly such is not the cure, any successful -

    0 tt hort course at the State College went on to nay that he had beenIn stamped upon them that poultry raiser will he glad to
    .n I,1
    ly St's,' tf Agriculture here. The boys this state for for :21 years and too great care cannot possibly be testify. Too much care cannotbe ,

    ( spent the entire week of May 27- had t ijever known before that it exercised in his selection.It used In choosing\ the father t

    June' at the College; one of the was I possible to Ret such assistance "seems, to be a well established of your chicks-to-be.

    eta' first' things! on their: l program>> beIng It was rather Interesting: lo learn fact that the egg; laying ability .--- ___ .....
    i attendance at graduation exercises that ))r. forger had also been In of lien is often Inherited from M-o\: ('Ol'STJo'lt HHS: }" n "' .

    I at the University of Flor t the state 21 years. the a father. That alone should establish IMI'llOVIMJ MVUSTOrii: I 1/i1'.i".w.; : J 1 ON TUB GREAT (.AKE:3 l .rc"'J.1O..vrouNOtPAG5EN6E4 I.r I.:

    (y c ida. The particular help which the the necessity for extremecare Jr i

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    I II
    counties Fifty-five registered animals ,, .
    Thirty-three were represented man received was the Identification/ In the selection of male birds "' -

    : in the attendance at the of a scale which had given him110mI' for breeding. Generally speaking have been brought Into Leon coun I r
    of Travelers who I love the water, but The west-bound traveler boards the' From Port McNlcoll wcstboumi 'I' I
    The boys since the first of February
    1 short course this year. trouble. However, the specific Important ty
    is the most -
    !, egg capacity
    i ta of charm
    Canadian Pacific luko steamer "Keo- trip truly one nt.d i H-<
    tl '' were all winners of club compe- service does not make any consideration of all since this year reports of County Agent who cannot afford either the time or watln" or "Asslnlbola" and travels i light. Morning finds the tra\, In t

    '.( i futon' In their count lee, and were difference. The point: I am tryIng eggs provide the quickest means O. C. Hodge show. This number tho money required for a voyage to across Lake Huron up tho lovely St the head of Eiuilte Ste Marl" ? r

    given I the trip to Gainesville as to make Is that this citizen of securing! profits from the poultry Includes 19 Jersey calves, 27 1>llre- Europe, should become acquaintedwith Mary's River out over Lnke Superior After: negotiating tho canal \.i'"h '

    reword for merit had lived here 21 years without flock. tired breeding I pigs, four Angus the Great Lakes-veritable Inland the greatest body of fresh water on 21 foot drop which Is neutral, .i as

    nth thecourse bulls and live Jersey bull calves b this continent-la Port Arthur or Foit a great system of sluice gas
    The older!! hoys attending finding out the help he could get Be sure, therefore, of the ancestry seas of romance and auty-
    out Into Lake Nun ,
    William Onto llils route In breamtag : slips '>
    c who hod boen to courses merely for I the asking. I wonder : of any male bird used for Leon county farmers have awak ultustM.< comparatively speaking a4; Increasingly popular with travelers queen of inland waters '" 'j ? I

    t In previous years, were divided how many other farmers are In breeding. Know that he comes ened to the fact, Unit with the natural their!: own bad doors. These lakes from the I'aclno Northwest the whale-bacle, a pccullarly-blun I f.

    into squads and allowed to take the same condition? from a strain bred for egg; l production -l resources of the county (there provide< a 600 mile run from east to Canadian Rockies and tho Orient for used chiefly for the trnnspc/, '. (

    & u week of special training along Our state spends a lot ot money vigor and the standard rev Is no crop they can grow that will weal. which means two days of de- Ions train journeys though a little grain-comes Into vtaw. It is i' I

    ,,,,, ,( lines that most: Interested the In- trying to help> Its farmers for it oulrements, of his variety. While 'pay better than good. livestock, dght) :tl! 6tiarnlni on the larger pas- faster are liublo to become monoto- that the entire fleet can carry i ", I

    di,!idlial.! The younger boys were recognizes the fact that Its great- male will transmit his Mr. Hodge states. The soil Is particularly singtr: !: shIp: Tho favorite ports for Howl and the opportunity to. break bushels' of grain In one lonclln- ,.
    a poor poor Uicao: C-at Lakes voyages are Port onc'o journey end exchange a railway Lake Superior is huga. It : "it
    divided Into squads< and given est wealth lies In the Yet If adapted to grain'crops
    ) soil. 1
    traits to the off-spring to an even MclTIccll In Ontario for travelers from car for the cool sweep of a promenadedeck hours .steaming at ,11 ejrci \ii.. ; .
    some training': In livestock farm we do not use the agencies maintained will and pasture grasses, he adds. William, of tlw
    greater degree than the hens tho E.ot, and Fort William or Port la rarely foregone! by the experienced Fort one GH'u.nl
    ( mechanics Insects and diseases by the state for our benefit convey their good qualities. Thus Dairying has been the leading!! Arrliur for travelers from the West.A traveler.Iterranean grain ports In the world. "

    horticulture poultry and farm they cannot do much to help his poor blood will counteract the livestock Industry, and the men ------- _.

    records. Those attending short liS. Even: the county agent comes good blood of the hens, resulting I engaged in thU work are gradually I

    yy course for the first time were around more when I keep worryIng In lower vitality and reduced laying I Improving their herds by cullingout I certificate from the Guggenheim fly eradication work I IfIWlDm=lmmtUDWntr'.mI! () ,'.

    1' showed around the campus also. him. capacity for the following: gen- poor producers and adding Fund for the Promotion of has been divided into eight districts COFFINS & CASKETS

    a 44 Ten of the boys gave radio The l Experiment< ( Station the eration of chicks. better breeding animal Aeronautics which was signed by to facilitate the fight againstthe
    and Full Line of
    p talks over WHUF, telling of their State Plant \Hoard can give: us a Having established the Import- The range cattle industry has Charles A. Lindbergh has been pest according to a state- a

    club work and what It had meantto lot of'help If we ask them. Otherwise ance of having only the best males been somewhat handicapped during I presented to Florida Power Corporation ment issued from the state plant Undertakers Supplies 1 1I

    them. A number ot these boyswere we may remain In the for breeding the question naturally the I past few years because of St. Petersburg's Postmaster board Saturday night. The area I I

    graduated from high school midst of these people all our lives arises as to how the right kind the Texas fever tick and the herds !U. M. Hall. The certificatewas extends from Jacksonville to the AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I

    this year and l expect to enter the and be like the man who hall never shall lie, chosen. The first consideration have been culled from 30 to 75 awarded for the company'scooperation northeast portion of Polk county, Alw.y. *n band. Tb. hot mn\r I'
    x university of Klorldathls full heard of them. These percent. Since: IIIk eradication \ In placing the airway '
    ;A' folks Is ancestry. A rooster with each district having a newly I I < ttir IOWMI prlcn. BDelnl' !
    f A dn'ly! was put out I has been finished owners of range marker on the roof of the Power tvntlon I. telvvrapli ........ ,
    newspaper are glad to help us; let's use them that comes from a long line of appointed inspector In charge of REGISTERED EMBALMKK -
    }s' by the boys during the short known productivity and adheres to cattle are trying to breed better and Light: \Building. By providingthis all departments of the eradication II

    + coarse mid IlIi
    the meeting in the gymnasium C'OS1'ItOl.I.I'U() : uv l'$I':: sires at the head of their herds for the city, the company has .
    be able transmit such
    likely[ to to
    The boys did the reporting them- OK ('OI'I'EH1'1'1'1: ,: : qualities to succeeding generations Mr. Hodge expects! to nee several placed St. Petersburg on the Tallahassee 1 .
    standardized air of the U. S. awarded -
    sqtr selves. more purebred beef bulls brought map c
    In any flock when proper for three paving projects in Ot" to=Jt..; e.JI mruI.1:3:: !:
    i tYp1; SI. alters for the week Included Crape: growers of the state culling weeding out of unlit Into the county within the near Quarantine .
    or area under the Med- this city.
    pq; ;( Dr. P. 11. Rolls former dean of the should begin", making preparations members: is consistently practiced future. "

    Agricultural College and director for spraying their crop with copper I,
    and where fairly accurate recordsare
    acetate to prevent damage TI\: i-ii ri.ru HOYSUVi I
    ot the Experiment Station! A. P. it I
    kept on production
    Spenser vice-director of agricultural during the ripening period from egg ( :: K.MMO TAI.IvSTen ,II I
    should be fairly easy to judge theancestry
    extenxlou work, Major W. L. one or more of the 'ripe-rot" fun- !' of particular male. II
    Floyd of assistant dean of the gr, declares [)lr. 0. F. Weber, associate any of the champion club boys II
    Good health Is. of
    College/ ot Agl'lculture.Jean\ W. J. plant palhologlut of the sential. No matter how fine a who attended t the short course here jD reO"/'Trapo.rtle.

    !Matherly of the'' College of Commerce [Florida Experiment: Station. pedigree bird have if last week added another achievement -

    i Dean T. It. Leigh of the Control of these diseases Is any may to their records when they ,! II
    he Is not to. or better In '-
    College of Pharmacy.The somewhat dlfllcult on account of up par broadcast the stories of their club :tJ-- "
    this respect better not use him.ICs .
    short course was conducted the mature condition of the fruit work over WRUF, the state and
    \[: lowered vitality will almost .
    under the supervision' of It. W.L'taililotk at the time of infection and the University station.It -
    surely result in insufficient fertilization -
    state buys' club agent rapidity with which these diseases of from liens with was the first experience for all

    assisted by extension specialistsand may develop. Spraying/ with Bordeaux eggs of the boys but they gave Inter-
    which he Is mated That means
    county agents mixture Is not satisfactory esting accounts of their progress td c paA .
    lower of hatchability y
    A-.- --- because of the residue left on the a percentage/ Iti club work telling of the prizes
    and. In all likelihood lower vitality -
    fruit. For this reason the acetate they' had won and what club work
    snii'i.r: : MITIIOI: I I--OK for the resulting chicks than
    sprays are recommended.There has meant to them. Do
    Kll: -::rlxi i HOCK I.DnIany : It they had been sired by a more
    are two acetates ot cop- Those who spoke over WHUF I
    (r 1 vigorous specimen of chlckenhood.
    } per that may be used for this were: Frederick\ Barber Kscam-", .
    15 !\ people( who often want to The ideal rooster for mating Is I /
    f' h' spray, the basic and the normal. bla county; Ralph --Arant Santa '
    make small amounts of llordeaux really more than just healthy. lie _
    The basic acetate usually occursIn Rosa; Richard Bradford Leon; ,w :
    qi mixture will be glad to learn that should be overflowing with vital ,
    tho small amorphous lumps or Allen Phelps, Jefferson; Clifford ,
    it U possible to keep slaked lime I ity. lIe should have an erect bearing -
    In granulated form. It does not Boyles Nassau; Raymond Crab-
    in the putty condition for long a cocky, self-assured)' of
    completely dissolve In water but tree Duval; Hugh[ Dukes Union;
    periods without Impairing Its usefulness swaggering about as If he owned
    has an inconspicuous olive-green William: Platt Marlon ; Paul
    for making Bordeaux the place. He should have bright
    precipitate. The normal acetateIs Simmons Hillsboro; and Rokuo
    Il' Dr. K. W. Berger, entomologist alert' good plumage, good
    ? + In the form of Crystal and resembles eye I Klmaya 1 Palm .Reach county
    i'', '' of the State Plant Hoard, suggests/; standard head should have a good Chevroe.t Six
    copper suphate. It dissolves SAt
    4y' that one may buy 10 cents worth completely In water. appetite good /flesh, and shouldbe Ids season the many

    V I ''' of rock lime, place It In 10 different Stock solutions of copper acetate quite free from defects or de- waste vegetables In Florida. Ask

    ,, cans, one pound( to the ran, formities.
    yrf containing n pound to the gal- the home demonstration agent to
    } and place the cans In a tub of Ho should crow with a loud
    { find to utilize tho
    w lon should be made( up accordingto help you ways .
    water. Room mutt be allowed In clear ringing note, the kind that
    the quantity of solution waste products.
    the cans for expansion as the lime sound.like a challenge to anything and learn what marvelous
    r required. It the basic acetate Is -
    ''y ; slakes. Also t the cans should be and everything that may
    lined the solution can be preparedIn May Is the month when bacch- '
    well covered with water In the Question his right as ruler of the
    a few minutes. Solutions of the elor quarters should be Inaugurated -
    tub he states. /flock He should' be aggressive In'I' performance you can getIn
    lie II t 1"1I1'etate require somewhat 'Ito for the young roosters
    When a pound of lime Is needed I's!", guardianship of hens entrusted ,
    longer, as Ihs: salt Is usually dissolved Orlando Lake Lorna Doona
    for making Bordeaux empty the his care but need not necesaurly a low-priced car
    In the same manner as copper municipal bathing beach formally
    contents of one can. Smaller or be a pugnacious! o'r vicious
    + sulphate by suspension In opened.
    r t larger amounts may be used In /Ighter. Insistence on such qualitiesmay The COACH

    )' r the same nay he explains. The water. nt first seem somewhat far Tallahassee Contracts awarded If you are one who: has always believed that truly
    1,1 The adhesiveness of the copper for erection of. two sorority *
    covers to the cans should be put acetate spray solution can be Increased etched. Nevertheless, they are* houses here. rr fine pcrfcrmance can Only be had In a high-.
    J! after the lime Is slaked. important Indications: of relative 55 9
    on i 3rinht car-drive
    ( ( by the use of gelatine. First carload of cucumbers priced the Chevrolet Six!
    fitness for the Important task entrusted -
    This addition Is enneclally helpful shipped from Hastings.

    v rg444r !if the neutral suit Is used -The to the male and should be The .a525 Here in the price range of the Jour; and with
    rI .
    taken account. Ru\J5'fEn.
    I WRIT I'.UW I'ROURAMI. : baul- acetate will be found more II.
    better of
    J The Ideal rooster should be a TI.. 1525 economy of 20 m gallon r
    I. __ adhesive in either ('use,
    lato molten as a rule. Karly moltIng 7heETVa.,1 gasoline is offered a type of overall performance

    Following is a list of farm talks The following amounts of ma- shows that his mother or the Now is the Time to I.oUPE. .. . 595 that will literally amaze l
    terials will be required for 50 gal you-
    ;o be broadcast( from station strain from which he came are l SiuAN: 675
    ii lOlls of .spray solution: Water 48 Order : . . .
    t Y/KUF. In Gainesville Florida fort molters. That would Indicate
    stock solution of oarly TI..Sport s -marvelous clx-cylindcr smoothness that eliminates !-
    gallons 695rn.'nwvcre
    ; copper
    1)) ie week ending June 14. The generally that the females of the AnRIOLET . .
    acetate two gallons. It gelatineIs vibration i and body rumble- that 1 l
    1 power
    A-;: r l tiles are given every day In the added use one gallon of a gela- line: are poor layers. Since as has IVrtlllzrr for jour Iatwn'r l"l.Ao.IJAtl: . 72a
    n. reek at 1 p. m. The wave length already been pointed( out the laying mill Shrubbery situ Hoiiutlfytho rhxpr.n you over the steepest hills-acceleration
    t lIe solution made by dissolving . . ..595
    ID 204 meters. quality Is transmitted through and speed that make every mile a dellghtUelivrry. ? -
    four ounces of gelatine In one gal Homo (Jmuml.-
    t; June 8. Agricultural news lon of water and 47 gallons of the male even more than throughthe Uvliv.ry. (.huiulit ,400 handling case and restful comfort that leave

    t hour. water the two gallons of stock female this is a very Impor- Gem Lawn. Simon Pure Rose :Tht t< .I..545 refreshed the end
    plus ... you at of the longest. : drive I
    t, June 10 How Agricultural ot tant pont! to consider. Natul'lllly.the and Gem Glen for shrubbry
    solution acetate. Further In- 7""i Ton f
    Knowledge Is Developed. Sam T. male does not moult becausehe 650
    contained In and all ornamentals. .liaw.l: with C b t
    t formation Is press Emphasizing: this
    outstanding six-cylinder -
    Fleming, assistant pathologist. Kx-, the I' has stopped laying so his molting Fertilizers ,for Citrus Trees Allp..J....... fnrt"ry performance
    bulletn! 38 ot Experiment Station.
    pertinent Station !: habits are undoubtedly Inherited and all Farm Crops. Hun0OMPARE, fatthigun are the I beauty and strength of smart ''I

    June 11 -- U. S. D. A. Farm from mother tho tldlrr. .J new bodies by Fisher. Created by master designers -

    "'lyf3 ; Talks. Featured by a floral parade at er or earlier female grandmoth-\\ Write for prices Fertilizers, prl:;*. In o- cuiiAtiiurtniX went:' ae I the pt-llacprli. -they represent an order of coachcraft:

    ytjt June 12 drapes and Some of 5 p. m. and u public coronation They are, therefore Insecticides Sprayers Busters u.bl'! f-llun." ( h.rn: lei'* u

    Their Diseases. Dr. G. F. Weber, bull at the ocean pier casino In important indications of the dttlivcreil.n....... ale priitn.-h."lIn llnlutto) for un'yr ilul never before approached In a low-.')rlc d car. >'r

    i'Sr 'i associate plant pathologist! Experiment ;, the evening, Daytona's\ first annual dencies he Is most likely to pass!' 1'rompt Slilpmont and Quality <.vry i.n.l Arui?..ln4. Come in touayanu drive the I Chevrolet I Six! ?.1 I

    Station. I Oleander( Festival will be held on to his descendants. : .

    June U: -- U. S. D. A. Farm Thursday, as one of a series of While ancestry is important as (;.NMI,-. a

    -i-' l talks. half-holiday entertainments that stated above the fitness of a roo 11- j 1 Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company bne

    ;l June 14 ---- Activities that Take are being arranged for summer ter for use as a breeder should not j I E. O. PAINTERFertilizer ,,

    Place In the Soil C. E. Dell usslstant Reason visitors. Floridians are expected be judged solely by the record of I ri

    M chemist, Experiment Sta- to attend In large numbersand his mother or other female ances CompanyJacksonville I Starke' Florida ITJin

    tion. give Inspiration to residentsof tors. |tt Is also advisable to consider [

    ---. Daytona Beacbin their efforts the records and characteristics Florida

    Automatic dial telephones will to encourage municipal and sectional of his sisters and half sisters a l A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR ,

    r soon be Installed in Largo district beautification. It stands to reason that it


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    the b'ennial budget. Indicating the tachen 'I- ;re-adopt I;tim the rules cured Injunction aga'nut persons. :Tti:;' i lint; <1in' ;: 'Mnv' ''1. 1 1'ian!' :..(;.KITS ". pif-iin I i ihe, State of Florida .
    ont.tniiwTo known i ,i.niplutnant, (he ".--ivl t
    senate amendments are not finding I uf I the regular session fur the special who were cutting timber in land luil, diit> !May I. l 1:12\1!> .t\
    I' LEGISLATIVE NEWS ] favor In the lower division. The meet 1 n K before adjourning until that had been sold for taxes, and anil i.i,110'1'1..1 :tir..72: bind '. lhl''I1.. th.< Hntil defendantH.IT I \
    To. bnl iliit- May :31. IMS'i! 3.f.7J.\1:\ IS TIIKHUFfH10: ( IKUKHKIJ.;
    adoption of one house amendment 8 o'clock) Tuesday n\ uht.: The upon request of any board of county llfttKl mill llrUlvf* llitn.)n I! That A. II. FlmuiKnn, R"dl. FluniflKun. -

    to the senate appropriations\ bill meeting .the first of the special commlHHloners of this state this To Iml. dun. !Muv I I. lU fl Dri74.r.2 (t. J. Flannicnn and Maul
    .llc. -lfil :\ aald
    Hy Bint. ( ( < 5,20.1.35 | defeiidnntH. dn
    L._ means the whole measure will be ttenaion, convened at noun and although olllee stands' ready) to co-operate Tn lull due MIIV 31. ll 20 55,:371.17fount Il"lunn8RI.are hereby reuliired to RPI. -

    Th",, -.mate. lat Friday after an bill hovered around the $480,000 fired, back across the capital for lasting but an linur and fifteen with such: board In preventing the ? lliillilInKTo Iy .. thu hill of complaint flleil In
    lint dun Mnv I I. ll'3i! !fl77.nn I Mild cmme on or before Monday Ihe1"lr"t
    ,1111\, session lasting for an mark. senate concurrence. There Is no minutes was not without the (uttlng; of timber on land which Hy uint. m.ll.-rti'd Kl.il; : dny of July. A. H. )!)2l! In

    Ln, .UK! a half voted to sustain chance of the senate bill getting usual heated debate I that characterized bus been sold for taxes but the To lull. One Mav At. 1I2! ) ti'.l.l.((17County :,, Hrndford county, .'I.hll. otherivlneth
    ""'h.It..n..rnlT. alleKatlotiH of will be
    th", ", .pension of Jerry W. Car- Two former speakers of the through the house without, amendments practically every meeting/ matter of starting: the proceedings\ .. lull. (Hi,' Mny I 1.11121'l Ill.ti-tO.l.'l: c'>nfenned ..by. hil: .

    state hotel commissioner by particularly because of the during the last three should Hy Hint. fiillciciPil. l 1.117H.M. 'rnlla' fHUEIlKn, that
    ., weeks. Resolutions originate with the
    house of
    ,l" representatives To\ hid. due Mav. :HI. t'12!) I7.MI1.5Sfniinl.v 1' lie puMlNhcd, on<'e a week :II
    "I., nior Doyle Carlton. Earlier In the lower branch of the legislature flood of telegrams received, by to Increase the s.ze: of the board and the county authorities IVillHTo I'or. four coiiHecutlve weekw In IheIr.ol..1

    the senate at another the representatives from circuit finance nnd taxation of the should l bnl. due, May 1. 1U2U\ 741.00! Cimnty Tp'gruJh. at 1 I
    anlsHt In
    committee. county conducting
    ,h" iav. Friday morning and were accorded Hy unit ,'oll"'h..1! | 11H.OO .. 'h... '.
    ?" -esHloii, sustained! the gover- *Heat of honor on the rostrum judgen throughout the state In continue the recess until June 10 the suit oa It would be To bnl. ilnc Mnv. :11. l'12'l 031.00Tulnl WIT.NKHH: ...Riot tli ...u..l. asalfio '
    SM I-HI."' .<>|_llrit n InrTo the name of (I. ,. Alderinnn, .
    .removal of J. II. Uoyall aa protest against the senate's action und to limit the subjects of dUcusslou Impossible for this office to '
    ,?"?' of the body. Former Oov. conduct bnl. rliu- I I 11'211! I I''.5(14 CIHy Clerk of COlrt., this tho 28th day of ,'
    .1.11., ,! itame and fresh water fish Cory A. Hardee Live Oak was In reducing their salaries. The during the special session all the suits required! In six ami.I -o I IIt.I.1 l.liril.20To : May A. 1 121.! .
    W. AM>KItMAN: ,
    bill. cI"I II V at. 1 192l! 7IU8..1IMnliXphoiil !
    ,1";,,iir.sloner., the first distinguished guest to be judges, are joining hands In a final all failed: to prevail after conalder- ty-seven counties. "' llimilnlTn ({tth'lal.f", II.Clerk Circuit Cuurt '

    escorted to the rostrum by Hep. effort to persuade the house to able conversation. "This office recently collected Hy bnl.nint., Uui-pnllrrted May I I. tUL'U. _. 10.. 7H.SO 40.HO Hollcltor. HI'\Lolllllnnnt.'t R. .::1 f

    i.iv.irnor. Doyle Carlton at 11:30: A.V.. Chodwlek Jr., St. Johns; nullify the senate cut and the sentiment '- I over $80,00 In taxes In one county To bnl. lino. Mav :11.- 1'1211 ((1,0111.50 : ,\ ,
    (; in the lower division' seems Humiliation ot the 45 miles' by merely applying for nn Injunction I" "'. 1..1...... -- \ .
    Louis Lancaster
    1 iu,,, k Friday called an extraorrtlll.II'1 Sarasota and A. To bill due MIIV 1 I. l 11I 2St! 3.lInll.01 .:
    ? session of the legislature to O. Kanner, Martin. He was followed overwhelmingly against practicing' ; speed limit for automobiles under to stop the cutting ot timber Hv Hint' ..nU..I.1 :335.72 Mflldi) OP (il \lnl% Mtl.i: 0..' "., ; '

    economy oil the Jurists' pay 5,000 pounds in weight; was provided on land which hud been sold for To bill lne. .May I. 1 1111:!! 2.672.31 I. ) / '
    inini'iie' at twelve o'clock noon by Kugene S. Matthews now %\lilt. ...*M lrtMl'.r. "'linil.To -- \ >\
    ( June 1. The executive member of the state railroad commission checks. In a bill: passed by the senate. taxes. Iml. due Mnv 1 I. ll)3l:!! 077.02Hy Notice IH hereby Klvcn that thirty '(
    l SBii'nla/ '" > The I >1''"" (.nll..I..d __ 8J.9.1 dayH .,. dnte hereof on \ ,
    measure snuiiHored by "Sections 696 and 322S!!, revised at ; q
    i men on who was escorted by Heps. To h ll. lu Mnv :31. 1939! S'.U.O'J In-wll
    h,1, ,,! xinted' to newspaper > Ihe of JlllV. I 1 I .
    that lie would Issue such J. I 10. Lnrson Clay ; A. W. Weeks A house bill to permit: Sunday Senator } li ii 'iUy To bill., ,ililr ',
    Mnv ,
    I I. ]III H'J 077.01
    would amend the prcHent motor Uons! thereunder furnish ample nml 1 Klnorn Alhert mlimrH" will \ ,
    ul I The governor personally Holmes and Claude Pepper Tay butebull In Jacksonville was passed : Hy nun i-iillpclcd 83.11.1 nnply I to the' llonornble!lien. A iliirdlner -
    ? lor. the of the final vehicle law to make It compulsory l<',,;authority for handling a com To .".1. .1...' MIIV :31, 1'I2I! !' N!>.-|..08riii.iii.it :, county, judice:: : of: Hrmlfordcounty !; ; \ j 'I \
    session ofh"1 senate
    .,,,1 i in* cnll at a Join hy as one I'nii.iTo .
    l'' > Florliln, foi mi order to Nell .
    for dl'lverto 1)1'1111his machine\ \ (. such make but :
    ,, >, houses. He stated that here- official acts of the regular legislative ; a : as you us bnl. due MH.V 1 I. 1SI2U! \SI77.0I nt private HII'le the onc-Hlxth undivided ,
    to stopping control upon n p prone hln previously stated it should orlKInato Hy nint rotlci'ted Ni.l,1: Intercut each of Hald minor HIII I II
    L J'; d! the necessity of an extra The Bryan primary law with session. The measure provides To bill line. Mny 31, I'i2ti' H"tI.OS! : nnd to the followllllC deMri filed
    ( a curve a cross rond. or a place with the county commission- I: : : : : :: :: '
    ,,, anil expressed the hope for a referendum on the issue. I H) W. AI.DN'UICI..I'k.' : ItindN lylnK mid belna, In Kindfoidcounty ;
    inn Its second choice voting: provision of public nattier!UK. KvJstliiK; : era of the county." ly! .Hlanche, AUIi-rmnn. U. l'. 1..11. loulfK.tKt : ;
    : ,"i when' the regular: session ex- was tossed Into discard Friday -.--- -.----. -- .-- -- NorthenNt 'ounili.r' ofHituthwent
    speed regulations: of cltlex' and I
    ] ,I', ii ,,,day It would "adjourn any when the senate by a vote of 22 towns would not be affected by I the c'i.r.HK: ** rivri' '. "T \'t imvrI'OI'NTV : : Townxhlp, (((1))."' :. r'h: ;:n'Wi' : \( ,

    i. i lit; engendered' during the I to 11, passed the measure sponsored The senate's principal action in bill. Wants Florida Monthly tlnnflpiHi Kl >mniKinmit 11'1 ofnvndforil cunt' except" ilalnlnic Ihe ", Mix all in.fonrtcLnucreH .ICH,, HnldInnilN 1
    II "
    1,1"i sixty days. Primarily the I in the liouse of representatives Its closing! sessions was passage of -- I county for the month ufMny more' or h'NI. .
    i nor mentioned the necessary ] H'21.!' !> 'I'hl. :lli-t 1 dny of Mnv. |!02: !>. !
    1- I by Rep. John K.: Mathews of the ellt'l'alrevenue bill providing To Be Divided (.rnrriil flliulMllnl MAIlllAltldT AI.HRUT, I

    pi i\mlon for support of the Ou val. Representative Mathews' for a levy of state and county New Method Mnv 1. l2'.i! :! :212.70ItecilptH 5-.1l-5t-0-2S. Ouuidlnn.or .

    hniilN, ,, raising of revenue sufflII. InrlnK inoiilh 11X447NVnri'iiiilH -------- --.-- --- ,
    i. bill repeals the Bryan primary taxes for I the coming: two year per ilnrlnx,, month ll.::\ >7.41 ,

    nt !10 defray governmental ex- law. In effect for nearly twentyyearn iod. House consideration of the Of Collecting TSI" a ICH SouuM' ill (1'ljin( Of Iliil. .Inn.l''lin, ''* nnil 1 1. IIII':!rlel1iirt... 1'itnil_ tll.7ll! '0'1'1'1') xi'K.ni.Nil.I! )1.\I.t.' I

    peiiM'H.) passing of the approprla- < and substitutes the two primary senate appropriation bill resulted I Unimex. < 'on nty Man. Hill. .Mny 1 I. I 1I2I! : 1074.25ItefelptH

    I mi bill and solving of financial system. The Duval county In indefinite postponment for the I -- diirliiit, "nionlli 1O: Tax Revealed \ ilurliiK. montli :3N.I.II7: !' and bv vlitUB of decree, of '
    and taxation problems ns being of representative was joined by Rep. /first time In the memory of elder Tallahassee June 2 Division Hul. June I I. II2I! :!! .-. 1730.02 t""II".ur. made Ihll May 24th. .\. 1 >. '.
    first consideration at the special II..n.I Fun.lllnl. bv A. Z. AdklnH.Jiiclne .
    D. Stuart Oillis Walton members of the body. The bill 1"II"rlbl.
    county.In I of the state Into two states !Mny I. 111211 u. _- 22SH.34 of ,. In and for '
    session, and called attention to piloting the bill through the will be taken up In special session. Attorneynenil! ; C;<-M WKO.OOO! In to be known as Florida: and South lieecliitH ilnrlnir nuinlh 187.03 Kradford" county' J'lorI1..ur In that \
    failure of the regular session just I U'HrriintH durltiK' MID nib certain cmme IlrnilfordCounty ,
    I house of representatives and they Olio County Hy In.lunc- )>Florida IH sought In a proposed llnl. Juiu> 1. H'2'l' . -_ 2855.37riiMlcltr Hank, complainant and, C. '

    ending to provide for these. won the fight,; for passage of the Three of the Carlton tax bills tlnn Suit. I constitutional amendment Introduced Fuinlllnl. '' l.u\v hornt' *. Hlntc. ). and II. 10. Itldenoiir. I ''II
    I M ny I.I211.\! u 3H.77KxceliitM me" defeiidnntH' 'the .
    measure against,; determined oppo have been accepted by the house In the house by A.V.. ilnrlnir month 83.9.1 ed, an Hpecllll" miiHter. will In'I..MI"n-.I Ih. I'''

    Another measure Introduced by sition. Representative Mathews but will be subjected to a reenactment Jacksonville June 2. A new Weeks of Holmes county. Wnri'iintH. June, durlnic I I. III2II inoiilhHnl. 400.70OlltilnnillnK ''h.hl..h".1. ii nd door bent of bidder the courthoiiMe for catih. at In ,

    Representative McKenzie sets astringent who received with joy the report process during the extraordinary means of collecting taxes on Florida The division propnxlllon' would I'"l"lHnl :Htnrke, Hrnilford C""I'Y. "'1"1'1.1., 01 .
    Mny I I. 11> ..30UecPliitH Monday the Klrnt .. .
    itinerant of the passage,; of the bill by the sold for ta\e be submitted the electorate ot day July
    license on merchants meeting. One of the measures lands wall revealed to iliirlnK "month :3.15.72: U121. durlnwc the leital. bourn of Hnle, '
    of the state. A sliding sale senate declared: "It Is the most the bill providing for a pool I In a letter rend at yester the state for ratification or rejection WiimmtH, ilurliiK, montli 47 ..50llnl. the purpoHe of Hatlnfylnir nnlddecrc'e ,.
    I June I. II2'I! '! A6.52 t hone certain: lotn of hind Iv- I!
    ,ci\ llo-nso, fees are established In Important piece of legislation to for bonded Indebtedness reduction! I day's special meeting of the county at the next general election. \\lilim. '. l"pll>lon lilni bvInK In Iliiinpton. Hrad- 1

    the hill based on the amount of pass this session. The people of for county and special district road commlHHloners and referred to The state ot } ICeei>lilH|" flnrhiK,,, month Nil.05WnrrnnlH line ((1). Two (U). Three (.1)) Four
    stock carried by the merchant Florida demanded it and their representatives and, bridge; districts, was passed the boa 1'(111' attorney for advice bill would include the counties dm'IIIK nionlli 21.00 (4 > Five ((5) and' 1 :1' ( Ul of :ilockSixteen

    lunging: from a fee of $50 on a simply carried out with amendment by the senate but mid recommendations. The letter of KHcumbln Santa !llosa Okuloosn. Kill. June 1. 1I2! !> 835.: 5Hurlpiilturnl ( ( I I of I h. of II.imp-
    \ l'nntlllnl. ton, Florida, aicordlnHT to Kimcy'Hmirvvy
    itiick' valued from 4100 to $500 the wishes! of the people." The the alterations were not accepted ropy of an original sent to A. L. Walton, Day. AVashlngton: Mny 1. 1H2: :!! 45.((111 except all thai I part of xnldlotH
    bills fixes the dates for the holding adjournment' iiilf 1lecelt1| flnrliiNT "month .. .. Nit.15VnrrmitH thnl extend went, from a line:
    mil a fee of $2,000 for stock vnlIK by the house prior to Joiner president of the CJulf Securities Holmes Jackson Calhoun. ( \ dnrlnw. month 125mlllnl. tine hundred feet went from, t h" ennt

    .1 I HI from $100,000 to 200000. of the elections. The first of the regular session and the bill Corporation, Sanisota, by )>Franklin Liberty fladsden: Wakulla June' I. I lOJ'i'!' - 7.01 I end of mild lotH, h111 In Heel 11 Ion

    fluI, I b:1I: wns placed on the ealenilai election would be held on the first will be subjected to the same repented Attorney General Fred 1 ]J. Davis Leon Jefferson, 1ladsoll.'l'lIylol" Mny I.Iliiilillnic I IIU'I:!'!I Fmitlllnl. -- 121.34 Sou Nineteen I'h' jiuiiHu( IH)Twenlv-two. ''\ | Hevelt((22)! ) lnnt.Ii !(7).,

    without reference. Tuesday after the llrst Monday In process of re-enactment as (pointed out that the attorney gen Dixie, (illchrlst. Lafayette IterelptM ilnrln month .- N.t.H.I: : N.:111': .
    WnrrmilM, diirhitt month 17'l.47: Speclnl M ,
    June of general election years and the others. eral's ofllce recently hml collected Euwaiiuoe. Hamilton Columbia 'Hnl. June' I 1. l)2'i!) '!' :S'l.XU' A. S. l'UI.\'I. a.I. 'IIH".ry.

    The general appropriation bill the fourth Tuesday of June If the ---- I more than $80,000 In ono county Clay Duval Ntiaxuu St. Johns I bei'i-liy, certify, t that the fnrvKoliiKHtutement ,' 1.1' 011'111111..
    Kliowlnn. .luilnncpH ill tinbcKlnnliiK ,-: I--I-II-L'H
    :'ii" ,aiding \in excess of $13,000.000 second election Is req ulred. If any Facing the task of solving Flor" and was willing to co-operate with Levy and Putnam. of' nnil nt the emllnK of ._ :-
    I. -
    tin i he, operation of the state de- candidate receives a majority In ida's taxation problems and makIng authorities 111 other counties The Htnte of South Florida would the tho month feceliilM liT-reln mid..bov.wiirrnntH.Htnleil'I IMKIIIMIilnrlntf nnilof MM 1 i': or IHI 1'11: \i. \1 \ '1'1:1': '

    I..IIMUI' nts and Institution? for the the first primary election] he shall provisions! for operation of the wherein the rommlHsloiiprs were Include the ('ountles of Flugler, Hiild inonth, "-1"1"1." | lihIhe l

    1"1' I't.'ll: b'ennlum: was passed be declared nominated, but If no state governmental departments willing to 'nltlate the proceedings.Although Marlon Citrus l. Horniuiilo I'asco n"irilx ,if my olllee., nml In true I ,
    anil, ii rrerl" to I Ihe ,henl of mv liiiowleilite Notice In liereby" nl\en thai under
    \ MM. senate at 5:30: o'clock candidate receives a majority the and for the upkeep of the school.*, collection of taxes was Slimier Lake, Vulusla Seinlnolu, mill 1".1 Ir. 1 HBO! fel-llfy thillIhe nnd by virtue of thai llnnl d l< ,I
    two highest candidates Khali convened following a UN! of nil coiinlydellOHllorleH cree of fnrciloKiire" 'inndi. \\n\ il 1 1.>lb.A. '
    ( enter consideration In the I.
    ui-day afternoon by a vote of the Florida legislature: a secondary Orange. Urevard. Iiid'an Ulver, 011- Hhliwllllf I IIP bllllllion III l >. l)21i!) hy ilonorahle A. Z AdliliiH .1
    !'l! i,, 7 Battling over the approbation second primary election: and at noon Saturday In extraordinary matter Involved the effectiveness l loC teola. Polk, lllllHborough. Plnel- enc-h nt the pluHv of the month 111'111 .liiilxe. of the, ('I"'ul i.oiirt, In 1.

    for the stale road depurtr.ii the one receiving the majority of eesHlon. The senate proceeded to the proceedings for thin (purpose las Manatee Sarasola, Charlotte iMiilly Ili-Ht,' Htnleil furtilHliPd:I ,I( ,' :il ilh the each:amount: :uch:: ilepim-' nnd that. for" ..rlall 1.dt'cmme>I',1 (,'wherein, ".liu" c In. .

    ,through most of the morning votes cast shall be declared the organize rup'dly disposed of n was clearly indicated. Development DeSoto Hardee Highland./ Olailps In'v., nml, Hie miioitnt of lnlnre' .' < "' I. (4>mplnlnmit nnd John. .' I

    ."- '<11111. (the senate clipped through party nominee. All poll taxes concurrent resolution for a ten clay of the thought: came In Okeeohohee, St. Luclu\ Marl In, 1'11 ench nr credlteil mild,. deiii.hl""i Hiilil on iiccounlof month |I I T.nnd llulton Will,' li:1'1'::::\! llulloiiI :defeiidnntM '

    I he remaining" 1C8 pages; of the must be paid for two years prior adjournment' and then took a connection with the attorney gen Palm Ileiich Hrowaril Henlryk( rnrri-nt: : dully: biilmiceM::: : : :or: time :depoHllH. ::- t the nnderHlKiied, nn Milt. J'-f t' .
    clnl ninxler will to Ihe hlifheMtnnd \
    manure this afternoon and it now to the election to allow voters or brief respite from the arduous eral's ofllce procuring: an injundtlon Lee Collier Monroe and Dude. \Vltt'my. liuml thin' l I..t day ofJune. ::: bent bidder( ..1 :cnnh.' at the ,, .
    candidates to participate In the of the last few weeks by the cutting of Umber -+-1- Honth door of the court nom w InHtmke "
    4i:"" to the house of representa- labors) stopping / 1929. r"
    Indlantown Two n.] 'V. A I.TJ I': A-::. 1lrll',1 'nully. "'I"I'ld., "I ,I j
    -- .bridges
    'ix>, '. The senate failed to mainii election according to provisions adjourning nt 1 o'clock! until 8 from land that had l been sold / near Cleric of th rireuit c'onrt.Ilrndfoi'd Monday I I dny of July .\. '> "
    hEre widened., 1929!' Ihe li'Kiil houiM of xnle.for ; I
    \ ;
    n Its economy today of the law. Other provisions follow o'clock Tuesday night. for taxes. county. d"111 I
    -- ------ ----- f.lnnrnaMitcrninn.. Ii. C' "''' of ""Ityllg Hnldr .
    UK! when net results of the day'sl the present law as to registration The attorney general wrote uhder CLICIIK'N'' Itri'OItT: -- decree, t hone certain ..I. ( and t
    ,liberations l< \ were totalled the t and otheB phases. The house of representatives date of May 20 to Mr. Joiner. New Tort Itlchpy t'nlin1'i belnir llji'd In an Itrndford; county, .Florld.i.dcHci ; J'. "'"

    l'fI"' | ""- branch of the legislature: Saturday: sot up Its machinery for In his letter he said : Heport nf I the clork of Circuit Th..all'e 1.tnHHIfI! Th Hnll"'n 1 'iinnrter" of Illockdue. : i
    Court In and for Bradford I Two KIIMI ThoNorlhweHt
    ''I.lfl> made ruts amounting to' $701 ,- Hot words were exchanged during tho extraordinary session of the "Your letter ot April 22, addressed Florld.1. on, account of U'axea osnu"..- I.In I : :: lh. (innrler, ;of Mloi: k fine:; '
    .1 against increa ed approprla'un the house wrangling! Monday legislature called by Oov. Doyle to Hon. Krneft; Amos has ed for I the year" 1 11211.! :('1C Honlh, KmiKe 'l'wI Kiixt: Tin. ,' North .
    C'. A. Knlirht. lox cnll..ctir.Sun of MouihtveHt Ir !
    "''un 81300. As a result ofhi.a morning over the consideration<] of I
    I work the the bill which was finance and taxation and educational "Thin office has recently\ < lrnprrTo In Irulr",1 NortlieiiHl iinniter 1 of 11"'le oneHonlh.
    days' on measure appropriations pro linl dmMay I. Hlii'1!, ,770.08HOLL (. Kloililii I'hmicery. UniiKe two 1':11"1: VVet I '
    >.iw..ver, '! total reductions over the passed by the senate yesterday and problems l by re-appolntlng City' of Stnrke'nt Ion.IVtltloner.., MunlclinilI hair of liloclc tine l"ulh. UMIIK.JThree .
    Maul.: The 1 I
    ""'" provided In the original lopt approximately $500,000 from Itn olllcers. committees and at- of liloik I Ilu. Honlh, ItaiiMe'1Il'I. ,
    VM.Klulu Kant.: All .1. Temple\ Hllli-
    I : to Plcy Bridge of 1"I"rhll.Ih''lm"I..nt., dlvl lon of liimlM, nn .h.wn 'In nintof "
    Htllll r.1' In lleedbook I
    '"'" 11..1. "h-I\'I"'un
    1.11. "l' 421 of the mjblic "j.
    I To ". Tnx I'nyprsof : : .
    11'nM. "r record of Hrndford county I Florida,
    } '>--1-1.1"; } :y > 3'by the HIIII. nil perHOIIM III! belnK. In Hecllnn Twenlv-two' ;
    Inlei-PBteil. :
    ((22> 1'ownHhlp :Six (Sl> Honlh. ItnnKcTwentytwo .
    I 'r .,. *' V..I mid em'h of you will take no- ((22)) : containing "
    !, "It-"" .p rr. 1U: .i.1 F-'amr1' Don't Virf: "roT" tinI'lty of Hliirkc, a munlclnnl 1':111
    lice lluil
    tne :ormi'npnra: w .jr n tf""r|" ,. sl I (i. a. ho.'.,,." two' car'U only, 'n 11 nii'Oi ;':) : : <',in' poi'iillnii.;:\ : miller Hie I law* 17 1"I'1 more I ).or H.|.KN. 1(11 IT, .. 11\,.

    j re'" bi."ro.r toy 'ir-nn.tance" iinl .SH( yoM"riiG of the Kliile of KliHldil, bv mid Hpcchil Mnxier, 111 Chmiiery.A. 'j
    IhroiiKli" UK Cllv Counrll' bun' /flleil 11pelltloii .
    M3t:> ways to RC an .*' 01 thj p.-or .1..1I'iuls i i : '. "O ne-uliir. I thntoil\ "-.n tnl"tiie III llbove Hlyleil' cmlHOanil H. rilKWS, '

    in such a C"KJ is 10 siurlv a iViVtvim ru!:. 1 J.I; lea.l of the ;\\r.> ? (f.o.n A. : the II".".. Hlyled eonrt, under H"I..ln" for "lmllnllalt.__ -3Jl l-_ -2J ,
    haml* thm iliuctmte: the im- i\\ss more sr"rr.?!1 to tl." 1 Occlaror ,h.w ilnto, the 2'ilh! (lay..of Mnv. A. P. :(." .
    |I'orllnt ,Tictnts. Siioposs In tho Wowing tli'.i: >n of. /, l i'da "Oi'- II2I! hnvn(11 1.lb oiio.ooi. |. II of FourteenihoiiKHiid worth '0'1'11': JO lirirl'OIIHM U ( II.\-: ju

    liancln for example, I llijt tl'.v: Joaicrlias np.ue! ,'" an,1"I!I'I't epncijH! : J 7 .tiw : of h..IM. UN ...Iutlr.I h" rlty -rout, r

    bid ore spwae and rolll"'s: : rtr K, 9, 6, 3: duinionds; 16' .,II'II.t Ibe "Cltv of HtnrUe vnlldnUdmill mid Notice thnt 0,11Ci'HilltorH ".I

    Example! No. 1. A holds. spiubs! clubs. | 10, 7, 5. r>onld not 'tea-1 tU IIH' provliled eonllnned, for bv by u Inw d"cr, 'o of th. .I.L.h..y.Ilv.n. I 11 tnen and < ,;

    0, 7, 4; hearts A. I K, 6. 2; diamonds p'e of diamonds aiil then tr<9 six for above Hlylud\ ('OI.t., nil iiemnnH. ImvliiK' ..llm. mrn.lni.tthe I, '
    I 6.5,3; el....". Q. s. 4. He shoul.1. l-aii he may tlurs'uy mike the o-ily, l riil h;' And 'Unit on HID 2lth, day of May, :.111. of J, X. AndtrH. ,1..1..1.. "':.'>

    I the king: of hearts: thereby showiiijr, to wnicn Z can ,,,'I'.e gam:: !. The potiiionof A. IJ.", 'IIII.:! an' nualiiHt urili-r iKxiied Iho Mtnle out ofthu nfl'liirliln. nro datum hereby to I 1"1,11.1" to "prenent(leo. A. ,'j ':

    his partner that h* holds the ace. I II Is: ih? Ice "i: ciwri"rd3! ::! nr-y bo the O"" reiiulrtiiK' I It Ibronicli" the Unrdlner, County .Indtfe' of HrndfordComity. .
    should then careiu'.ly: observe the carrln rinficule point: in Z'sl'ky of ihe :IinnH: Honorable;::::: II. V. KnlKlit.: ( : Htale, attorney Florida, for hlx approval '.

    held liy Dummy and the card which Why clc..r it vr> for him (forth-vit'ii1' it for nf 1"h'I.II.Ilia Twenty-Blxlh to nhow conmi JinllilulC'lrcult b 0.with tnl In i one r.'otlcu yenr will from be diitw held In h..nt.. Hur ;" :' ml

    his partner. B, plays. If Dummy ho'.da: U imorsgiule; i'or r.io to give in fuller forn the lul"hl. .\. /. Ailklim, ( hl.lu., nnd ni I..n..1.1..1/ toHnld i'f
    .I 1. 1C, 5, 4 and U pkiM: the eight it is detail the rc"'or.j for not leaciinjj (rem JnilKn ...f .ahl '''1'1. at JI"'ke. 1..111. .re required to pay theirdebtM '

    i practically certain that U in playin'highlow" -; A, x, but u.iIcJH: there are exceptionalcirrnmstrns In Krudford In th" iifnroMHliI i-ounty. l-'lorldn('lr"III., .on..Ul.Ily HIM trnlor I r.rlhwlh.I I II.I.r"I"n.lml I ht- '.j:'

    iI in order to show two( orlv "Don't." 22nd duy of .,In". A. 1 1. 1121.' '! nt Ml 'l'hl. 24h rlY of Mny. 1929. "'".
    of the suit; in which cato A liii'j'-l; ;; : l I Here! is a h*.nd that caua-.d CPIIt'Jcrable o'clock A. M, why liondrHhouM II J, ItAVfS, ,.1 :. ,
    iI I not L vul'duted'! and con- AdmlnlHtrntor of the KRtnte: of
    >u "
    continue w.th the end : :
    aca give hcpartl. diacuscion: in a recent dupli- J. Z. Anderti, deceaHe '
    r a ruff on the third round. cm": Thin! it over 8"d comr>ar AUK tc E-24-DI-7-19. '

    I iI Example No.2. A holds apt J br results: wivh fin an _lynis tiuii; will ba (' 'IHI.PFOIF", ,TIFF. you nrf *i I Iul

    9, 7, 4; hearts, O 6,4, 2; diamon-lr given; l.i ti.j ,...:::t article: : hereby reiinlred I ti>. be mid/:I AdklnB appeal, I ;
    befom I the llononil.ls
    J 10. 7. 6 3 club 6. Here h should
    ; JnilKH" of the Hiild court, nt SlnrUe.Hrnilford .
    lead l his singleton( c'.ub: in the I.ope of Tkctlim No. 34Vrvii county. Florida, nt 10 Tn th. Court of the County Judtce, : ,
    I trumping the second: round of club* o'clock A. th2"n the 24mi (lay ofJun Hradford County, Florida.In '.1
    before the trumps are drawn. Bui :if Q, 10, 8, S *. A. H. !). and, khow ciuiMe, Ite: the. KutateM of David T'lernonMitchell ,I
    If have, nald IxnuluBhould ,
    CI1Io-7;: any you why and CharleH )" -I _
    A holds spades; Q |J. 7, 4 h.rt AUI"olU.
    ; not be vnlldnted/ nnd conllrm- Minor*
    Q 6.4.2: diamonds,};10, 7, 6;clubs 6, lTu ('r.ai A, K, Q T, SQ ;: otherwlRe the alleHrntloiiM of the \.I.JIIlch.l. .\u'h"rU. 't <*r\\\ Urn I .1. .'

    hot should not leaa i-is, Binz'eton' ciu'., f 6, 2 I.d r .petition will. be taken UN con- {Online: nt mTO ..\ ,:
    hy you.It WHOM IT MAV coNitnx: : !
    lor it can be: of no value to him to win ordered that 1..11. notice. ba Notice l I. hereby nlven that the .
    a trick with a ruff. He is hnMi.i" S 1 i once a week for threeconuecutlve unr.r.l"n"I. Chi 1',11' I n of the. .1
    Btrtr.gth in trumps, and lie khould l Iv-iil i A D : I we.kn before thn 22nrl al" .. "" of the above .
    lay of June. [> In llriid- ,
    1929. named nt1(1.in
    Z "Innr. will on Tuendny
    his of diamonds. I l
    jack ford Counlv Teleurniili., pntillHhedIn ( :('' A. 2511). I>'. 1929,
    Example No. 3. A hnIIs sfwles" I :-I'ark., llradford county Klorldn, npplv I ti, lhe[ llonorabid Ajl leorRe A.Oardlner {

    I K, 6, 4; hearts, K. O, 7, 3; diamonds, I-prt 'i K. 1,9.4 and that the firm publication lie County Jnilare' In anil forHrudford i

    ....,. A, 4, 2; clubs Q 5, V. A should, lead Cu.-: ,. A, 9, 8, 5 |>uhllnhil the ut 22nd leant day elwhleeeii of June, A.dayHlefora 1 J.WITnlf In :the County.:county Florida courthouiie, at hl office InHlarke V I I

    the king of hearts If he were playingagainst I' LiT-.cf s 7 'I"'ld., or. IIH noon I thereafter "
    a bid:: of "One r.o-trump,' he i Spades A. 1C, L 4 my hmirl and the lealof I IIH lul.r can heard .
    would. lca J the three nf hearts but I No bt'r I' Z bids ; score, r' !game nnftpadj 'Iorld. ,thin. Ihe 2'.Hh! day all the rlxht..l title nnd Interent of
    arairmc: a "One spiile": bid he must : and A i-o.':rs, nhoui'i Y bid tv/o; of May, J., 1920. I hI ("uv. named' minors In anil to
    IfI pay tn-. Icing\ of hearts in order to make 'diamonds cr -:>**' *f If Y tiid( tvo diamonds W. AKDKHMAN, thnt ( ,.rlal. tract, piece or /unrrelof J
    certain, except against a in U distribution a.vl shonl-i Z bid two (Official f..lJU. Clnrk of Circuit land, Hltunte. lylnur ..111"K
    .IflJ.: : Court for ord county, ... Itradford /,
    that )be bs n rt-re Heart no trump cr two hcnr's? If 7 does bid! A. H. crtKVVH, 'Iurl. nnd more particularly..un'y., UuHorluvd I"J"/ j'lHI..ke.

    I trick. His kirg' cf SfKules and are of two no trump pnd A pn"**, should Y Holleiror for t'etltloner .5.1l4t6it.MtTICI1 follow, :

    diamonds: alio appear to tic tiic1wmnern ':- *;:;Jbjfr 1 fv>vjes cr p.w''' ". hid hand ""lln.ln" for I utarllnir polnt.Bt

    and hi* (micen of cluUs: may brings out .'jme f..r-y. prt.ty: J p'olilcnuof the hl.ck. tract' .piece corner or of"'I".t of certilln landHltuate. I 'I

    be r liSJSul: if un :-.JUC(" Florida, Hradfonl county, Florida, ,, which I Hald I I
    ..... Y'j -- n. w. f'tanajran. block or of land
    I \jo "J If K PioLUm No. 35 fl"c. //1 In ,
    c'oniplmnunt.VH. on the : Handerit ,
    und.1 Hay or
    \ t'XH1l'f1 roioxi.\t, iiO.MI-" ': corner that covers the'entrance On the second story there areCOlII' >. Htreet and .on. Iht South by-
    bed all of which have Hearts 0. 10, 8,3 A. 1C. i'Munmcaii, t 11.l.Dcff Call "t. and on the Went Ilrond-
    KMHIVIXll.JK( In a new manner, and from It one rooms CUb 6, :2 mliintii.It I way mreet and on the :-: 'bY by -

    BI' H. q. Hunter &: Bro.., Archts., pasties to the small ball with Its ample light and ventilation and a Diamonds Q 8, S, 3I"d the above appvurlnK" bv which affidavit i to filed In Htreet all from the Hald Houthwentcorner
    A closet Is provided In O C A I. I.rl- of mild piece or parcel
    bath. .I".J bock
    New York. ) colonial stairway. tiled ** *.D -f, *j, lon the ... ..rlb.1 landM, thlt I of land, Ih,. Kant 105 feet
    This (Is Colonial home, The living room Is very nice In each room and In addition there Hearts J, 9, S Hearts K, S. 2 K. "'II.II.n. Hadle ...la/an. (I. Hlonif thu North line,, of ..lr| Call
    a typical Clubs 10 4 Y Clubs p. J, 9 7 J. Almul' defendantM "' thence North 174 f thenre
    closet that Is : : : ; 1'/1-
    to la a linen ,. ,
    aa generous rn
    and uch
    lark cltlenn ,
    brown as to roof cream col- proportion generous Uuimoncii A K 10,9,6,4.2 A B D'atnonc J, 7 aru 0'1 feet;; th'nIoUlh: to the ,
    : :
    other than thft of :
    the hall. line of .
    Hald ,
    from Call
    accessible .Iat. -.r'h utreet
    'r' aa to sides, apple green aa to size. It baa a large open fireplace Spades 8 l Z : StAide' .:, (Q. 7,3 the. nddrvw, of I. "Flanagan .and feet.. 'h.".-" Went alona; the North 174 I
    'llnda' and red aa to chimney and at one end and a living or sun A nice feature of 'this' floor .lathe Hadle Klunairan, 1>. Uoule Una of nuld rail utreet 103 rel. bein i
    from bed room H'ol.vll. J'al. of Vlr-/ IT a part of 'the Northwe I. 'f,
    little balcony "
    dining 7
    the other. The Hearts A 4
    arage walla. porch on ; Ihe .. "* at U. J, Flanaican JNVVv ) Of ((, HoiithweMt riuarter '
    The sldewalls wide siding, room and kitchen are logically No. 1, which la' over the entrance Clubs A, K. 8, S, 3 and Maud KUniiican It. F.l (SVVW) of Section. 'Twenty-rUnt \J
    are Diamonds none >. Koute from ('oluinbln, Htato of (: .c. 2t> Townxhlp Mix. South. 'h' '
    he root ot shingle and the chlmy and conveniently arranged space porch. A 2 Virginia: that they ..adl have an In- !f"fe ** KBiit, accordlnNT to the .
    '* brick. being planned for all necessary This house should have a lot Spade- J, 10,6, tereMt thane :n !landw I lylnirand .. U.cord. of Ilindford county. "
    and garage walls are ell. In Itradford c< unty, lor- Florida.Imted.
    rhe combination of frame and equipment. There la a one-car with a frontage of 65 feet or more. No score, rubber game Z dealt *n
    ."ick la one that la rather novel garage attached to this house Complete working plans and B bid two no trump. 7. bid: three clubs. A bid three diamond and Y and HpaMed. emit ter. of
    .nd l It really does produce a love- built of brick to provide the necessary specifications for this house may Z now bid (four club. A pamnl. Y bid four spade and B doubted. All Went half of NortheaHt, quarter ofNortheunt A* Guardian' of the ":.[Er.L .
    fireproof construction a be obtained for a nominal sum patacd and A opened the kinf of di-tmondi. How should Z play the combined oiiarter.' Section Twenty- liavld PlerHon Mltch.1 and
    i effect when properly carried two <22>, Townnhlp HI* (8> South .
    Au u '
    nuke hi bid/ Solution la the
    'Ut. convenience that every car owner from the building editor. Refer funds so that he will ttand the best chance to Itanxe Twenty-two <22) ":a.l. MlnorN. AJtchelL
    A-126. next article. That they each are over twenty- JAMBS U. HUNCH. O
    There la a small porch In the can appreciate. to house one years of ace anil that there Is Attorney for Uuurdlan i-U-lt-S-U ,'.,

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    It.--.Clermont Press. CAn HTKIKKS:: CHILD
    I Bradford County TelegraphEstablished
    : ----oThe ---- -
    The little of Captain. Milt
    From Other Pens efforts! of our representationIn .
    1877 I L., K Mosley of the State Prison '''' Cci1 Gcd
    the legislature, with the assistance I I h ',
    ( ::
    ..-- -- / of Senator Johns of lirad Farm narrowly escaped serious in- < 'If1101' ( : )

    ford and Representative A I). Jury Sunday afternoon when she :jJrr '

    Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Snappy sun-back bathng: suits Andrews of Union county, now assures was struck by an automobile. tilieim I io ,
    from the cuiblng the
    Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida an display at Stump's Store, us of the completion of the Coming out : (j

    __ _____Owner and Publisher Starke Telegraph ad Starke IInkedPl:11 hard road south to Ita'ford via In little the girl center stalled of the across block the to street! get CCTO' MondOS Llate,1 ,
    r E. S. Matthews____________ the State Prison Jo'arm.llhouRh 1 11 RY :: '
    : In Tampa Tribune Yes, In her mother's car when the
    sr" t t6fil
    v'' J. C. Robinson __.______________________ Managing Editor and Starke. some opposition was found the bumper of the car truck tier a Take
    come up see- needed
    vote shows the project was judgment of world
    ---'- ------ threw her r'rottruai
    glancing: blow and
    -oDo --- and was worthy of the attention ers on the choice of
    Ir SUBSCRIPTION I RATE not underestimate., the low- of the state road department, aside The car was moving at a tires!

    kernel. More than fifty the matter of HOW! rate of speed and the driverwas 1ii\
    ly corn where we trust, get-
    Six Months, 7 Payable in Advance held blameless.
    Yearly, $1.50; litmloul products are made from ting the work of hard surfacing .
    Ad'ertlsinl Rates on Application. under way at an early date will be ---IIf
    x Times-Union What the
    are i\Tlliil: : ItKPOllT: KOIt UTKKIIHMJ : :
    .. given attention Maker county :
    other foity-nltie? : .ii'Ni: s, JI).,II.)
    and the state fprm and the country

    A white blackberry may be white but it's still a black. -- south of us need this road. We Dat Max. 1\1 In. Prcdpt '
    i The Starke Telegraph SUItKests EVERY famous race track
    of in
    congratulate the proponents May 29 84 61 v ON -
    ; berry. that Starke should have an ofllclal this measure Its successful outstanding endurance run,-
    upon May 30 90 61 .08
    o "clean-up-duy" before the real the patented Gum-Hipping
    conclusion. MuLdenny Pi'ess. May 31 81 70 03 process has
    his beKlnnlng of Bummer A vary played ita part in victory Firestone
    vehicle for
    overlooked the submarine as the --0I June I 81 70 ---
    Lindy Ituo
    June 2 90 66 .01
    honeymoon. nto practical use hy nearly all\ I --I I i for speed, safety, and endurance.
    June 3 90 61 98
    i i Florida towns.-IlroiiRon Journal ; j\rn\Mii: ; (int josii |
    June 4 72 6t --- J. W. Andrews Jr.
    ---0--- I ,
    ', Now fishermen are claiming they are not even. recognized A stone lion disappeared from : II] Jly I nub ?4 Wit -llrporlrrLout i .June G -- 02 ---
    Total rainfall Tor wei>k L 70 In.
    !' r'' as second.rate liars by golfers. Ocala and turned up lu Oaliicsvllle : I I I --- ---
    the Starke Telegraph Buys What r
    -)-- : Three thousand ,dollars
    ever became of Cleo, who was
    Quickest way to popularize} the new paper money wouldbe stolen from a local hotel-could between Starke and Tallahassee
    Finder win same to
    ? please repot
    tens twenties. Mint he she?--P. i;. H In Tumpa
    to hand out a few sample or finance committee of Senate and i
    ---0-- [House of Representatives and be
    -O-i '
    Z. Adklns, circuit .
    rewarded A
    thankful for-we have voted our A big encumber factory Is Insight
    the things to be
    for Lake City, where they judge, Starke, J II1.
    second.cloice system.' "Six In The Pi'Ice of I
    r" last time under the will pickle those delightful.freckled A flange
    itS the Four," Eat 'em up Hill'! 1268
    0-- co1 Wanted: $11 editorial( column acre'swould .
    prolifically In
    so Columbia
    board has the policy of expense cut- to the -
    HW;: The school adopted c'ounty.-TlmeK-Unlrm. T-U short- that IK' Interesting only

    ting with the least possible! injury to county schools. liners should be able to tell\ the wr'ter.: J: C. lloblnson
    If all trombones -
    Fred Stump says:
    k difference between freckles and
    -0 were chicken drum bones he

    .. the air of the state as. warts. would be a distinguished musician!
    Starke i is not shown on new map
    ---'- make farmAT
    Lust: One doggone good healthy. a big
    Among the
    field. proposed new
    3 having either a regular or emergency landing regulations -
    1 on fishing during the open appetite. Finder will please return -
    o same to Arch Thomas just
    season, there are none prohibiting

    ;. Owners of property so'd to state for taxes can redeem the I the fishermen lying about the size; before Exchange Club luncheon
    w and be rewarded

    I J land by paying 8 per cent interest instead of the usual 25 I of-Starke the one Telegraph.that dually No.got away.That And what Is' 'KCI ,rare as a. day In Milford, Michigan 1168 acres haveXJLbccn

    June? A paid> bill In June "
    cent. will be regulated
    per as always by made-not into farm-but intoa
    the vividness! of the fisherman's It Is early and all that but even a

    o-- Imagination: Uronson! Join'nal. so: Andrew has already adopted Proving Ground automobiles.: .

    PEB in Tampa Tribune says some papers devote so much --0)_ this slogan\ : Give me just one term ,.
    Long before General Motors car is
    to sun-back comments that the readers call them spinal Avery Powell of the TimesUnion more your
    space has cancelled all\ out of town L. A. Davis says: "Build high, built,specimen models are sent to the Proving -

    4 columns. engagements until they stop> the young man,"--(We furnish the .r, Ground. This fleet is tested in actual

    :\ --0--- spraying' act,-Staike Telegraph.Now material.)
    use. It has to meet bad driving
    o .. every
    what Is It'Avery Is
    afraid of? .
    Canada hands this country a hot one saying they are 'NOTH'K: '
    dition from hills slam-
    Can it be that he doesn't want heart-breaking to
    in this country than our Starke Grove No. 278, Woodmen
    doing more to enforce prohibition
    4 them to confiscate peaches or "yri
    bang y
    bumps. ?
    911.1o-' Circle, will hold its regular
    government. tr-something UiovelandUiaphic.
    I meeting, Tuesday evening June But that isn't all. Other cars of American .
    o 11th at 8 o'clock
    dt l I -0- and manufacture and
    ---- -------- European arc bought
    At the next meeting of the how-to-get-rich society the We have learned that the Arcadia -
    put through the same tests so that GeneralMotors always
    borders Arcadian has learned thata ,
    list will be revised to include enforcement officers on I
    j I modem philosopher> has learned knows how its products compare with others.
    and coast lines. that If it Is the i
    privilege of men
    The tests involve speed. endurance braking rid-
    tt -vb1 to bear arms, the women havea power. ,

    If the legislature is so anxious to economize why not let right to bear legs,.-Oialu lian.11 ingcop fort,handlingeasejfuel; ,oiland tire economy;body

    ) er. What use has woman for bear I strength-every and .
    phaseofcarconstruction performance.When
    the auto owners use the same old tags and save the expense legs when she has two of her own?

    of making new ones? -OMalhllde'McCormick- the specimen cars are finally able to meet every

    o and her test, they arc sent back to the factory. The car you buy
    { Swiss riding-master husband, Max
    The 1927!> legislative session demonstrated how easily new Oner, have returned to the United is made exactly like them.

    ,', offices'and salary increases could be made; the 1029!> session States It looks as if the HaroldMcCt'rmlck The Charred Remains The next time you examine a General Motors car in

    t i shows how hard it is to'reduce offices and salaries. .have to pay fortune and pay Ip,because going the to .f thU rural ,.boolhauw.a a pallirll your dealer's showroom think of those iz68 acres. They

    ----JIt -- Prince of Wales has deserted the pica for Gathered safer bmlilhifM, for all,'commit. would make a big farm. But they make a better promiseof

    Tallahassee that the pilgrimage stables and gone ulr-mndNI.-I\I1-! 1nlnmCnr. proved car talue.'VI .
    ,- was whispered around ami Beach Sun. The Prince .f...11 1 1 climiMioiiMi tin broke coil
    4 a1 1,* to the capitol city when the senate began slashing on the sal- air-minded before he quit the saddle .1"1'[Initnwg! Dnor heavily opening........eI Inward d.r..ed were rm '''' .

    Y ary list resembled the Shriners percolating to California. I Summed. light aliul by a frrnsird crowj.ive car for every pltrseal1dJrpose"
    I1 *rr* lout and rrfou Injurir oo
    --0- furred_all ......... of improper von
    Clermont Press says there is a alrucllun In lh.finl 1'1...... CHEVROLET.7 models.M.j-$7i.s A six in

    ]s Dr. Wilmon Newell, head of the quarantine work in Florida school of trained fish In oiie; of Let u* a*.i I"t yon whh .ug..ilan. for the (price range of the four Smooch powerful
    r ahead with their next their lakes. If they secured said safely lmprt, and with ade<|uataalurk > 6-cylmder valve-in-head engine, Beautiful new
    states strawberry growers can go fire insurance prolrrlion. Fisher[Bodies Alj/tLi delivery chassis.Sedan
    training from
    : crop with reasonable assurance that it can be marketed. ing In the watching and] listen delivery model}H ton chassis and iH'on chassis -
    on fishermen, they need I
    '\. 1Iilli with cab, both with four speeds( forward.
    {.;Y i o to be sent. to the house of correction J. R. DAVIS & CO. t PONTIAC 7 models. $74$-$895.Now offers

    The courts have upheld-the right to tax liquor dealers I Starke Telegraph. Fishermen y "big six" motoring luxury at low cost.Larger W

    t? even though it is a prohibited traffic. That opens the way I of this section have more liberty INSURANCE .. I ull i< L-head engine; larger Bodies by Fisher New II
    than any place else In the attractive colors and stylish line. c

    t for taxing gambling devices in this state prohibited by law. world. They can nearly alwaystell STARKE, FLORIDA" (" OLDSMOBILE. models.. $875-$ioy. The .

    0 any kind of a whopper and Fine Car at Low Price. New models offer further -

    c; One legislator in the house who did not offer a single then go out and catch one to prove Fisher; refinements Bodies. -yet, at mechanically reduced.prices.and Also'in new the

    '( bill, was given a vote of thanks by his fellow members. He IIIIIiIIIIII,,,,,, ,II9111111111111iI,,. ,, ,01111,, ,,AlInlilillPilII,.I1111111111111nIILIIIIxIII,,, ,, ,Ih, .hI.III'JIIIIIIIIIIII'.,, ..- ., Special and De Luxe models.

    fin is entitled to a vote of thanks by the taxpayers-if he failedto t ...... models MARQUETTE.under 6 models. $965-$iojj. (j 0 I
    A "a
    priced $1000) new car, great :
    sign the payroll.:
    -o--- r- ,. and appointments. Splendid Bodies by Fisher.
    OAKLAND. 8 models. $1145-$im. New
    f..* i Within two years Starke will have seven hard surfaced /' Oakland All American Six. Distinctively original .
    t 'f state roads leading north, east, southeast, south, southwest, appearance. Splendid performance. Luxurious
    -. appointments.Attractive Bodies by Fisher.
    west northwest. That Starke will be good distribut-
    means a \ VIKING. models. General
    S ; } $1395. Motors'new =
    ',' ing point for wholesale houses. 4 J "eight' at medium prices jo-degree V-
    I type engine. Striking by Fisher.
    --o '
    Three years spent( in its development and test. .
    Woman !speaker" in Jacksonville insisted that men folks 6rr BUICK. 19 models. $ngj-$1145.The Silver -

    i should not disgrace their wives by appearing in public withouta Anniversary Buick. Three wheelbases from
    : 115 to; 11.8 inches. Masterpiece Bodies by Fisher.
    a coat. Even money says all that speaker! had on could be baIled d 13 / More powerful, vibrationless motor. Comfort .
    : t a 'it gad luxury in mile. _
    up and placed in a man's watch pocket. l every ,'
    LS'1I.IW", .Companion
    1, ----0i >- car to Cadillac. Continental lines. Distinctive _

    i Railroad adv reads "Think what you can get in Chicago I appearance. go-degree V-type 8-cylindcr en r ICI r....
    gine. Beautiful Bodies by Fisher. a&I
    for your vacation dollars !I" Yes, just think-held up, robbed; I t 'r CADILLAC models.
    ij $$195-$7000. The
    slugged; punctured by machine guns and taken for a ride. Not : Standard of the world. Famous efficient 8-cyl
    inder go-degree V-type engine.. Luxurious Bodies
    a dull moment if your vacation pile is worth while. by Fisher and FleetwOod. Extensive range

    0---- ., of color and upholstery combinations
    (All I *u f a.&.Factor Us)
    There would be a howl, of course, if an attempt was made
    1 The and ALSO ,.
    the BookNext
    'r' to place all property on the tax books, but what good reason Ring t FRIGIDAIRE Automatic Refrigerator New

    can be advanced for exempting fraternal buildings, clubs, silent models.Cold-control device.Tu-tonecab- s'r

    1 d church properties from taxation? Such organizations all be- [inets. Prices and models to suit every family.
    to the
    wedding ring the most im-
    DELCO-LIGHT Electric Pl.1nts-1l Water
    ? ; 'ieve' in good government and would they object to helping to Systems. Provide all electrical conveniencesand
    portant tangible asset in
    a good
    cralntain such government'? bbor..a viag devices for the farm.

    o life is a bank book. It is the aid and the Low.....G M A C PUu fur tint,armeD'".

    Florida growers should be reimbursed for losses incurredin symbol for those sane habits of thrift and ;

    destroying crops and fruits in the Med-fly fight. If it required independence which spell Happiness witha GENERALMOTORSCLIP

    $ twenty-five millions' to do so, that would be only a frac- capital H.

    tion to what the country would lose every year should the
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    ; -t pest cover the southern and western states. Payment would ., .\.I11lnt tusking account for nuiii

    ''NL assure full co-operation and a short fight. and! wife N 8uJ ?..le
    111 .--od'lt ---' j {,'l 1.1.. H <' nti nleiit buokkerpingll| \ I General Motors The buMs store b told in a little book wlch'lots of a,PONTIAC D HU4CKIatercstingpicturel.This

    'j. and tecelptstrut, l for birth |wrIIUM. -( book-"TbsOprsMisd"-win be of nlu to fj OLDSMOBILB D L.SALLBeveq
    is hard to convince of to what
    It '
    some our growers ex- .
    $! Mart one. J car burer.Ic II fat. Send th. coupon.Check the pwuculac products a CADILLAC
    tent the Mediterranean fly will ruin their chance marketinga i you would like to know about

    crop should it become generally established in Bradford OAKLAND
    t'c county. They should take a lesson from what the boll weevil : Bradford P Pdtid.h.AutomadcRefrigeratorNam.
    n t County Bank P Dclco-Light Electric Power and LI.bt Plants
    did to them years ago when cotton was at a premium. The *

    little pest had to completely wipe out some cotton planters I I P' 012 Water Sstemi

    to the conclusion there Bradford County's Financial Stronghold "*" 't'UNJilN-Gcnenl Mocon Fsmilr P n even
    before to
    m they came was something '
    I Address Monday 8:SO p.,... (Eastern Standard 'tl....).
    { S what had been told them and that the weevil was not the STARKE, FLA. W EA. and }7 associated radio lucioa

    "friendly" little bug they had "been seeing for twenty years." 1aa j I -- A ,1" 97I11

    '. t caws... ,. (H. rl!_""'.L.r-A. I,. .. k7"OC' i .".,'.4-,01<,' "Y, ( rI t.hlauk.y. lt{ ?rtW., &, ,y L utb.>. ,4, r .l oyadN/ ,' ,N .",; 4: .. ea.Wn. ;""oi\; 'wrS '....,.:., .,, .. .. S.. ..: ....."........op"...."',.". ... ., ..