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 14, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02389
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Tags Next Year Embargo on Stone
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tag next ( !lanAI'H 'In ('onMi itulloim lb'Iuig I
year will\ bear the colors of Stet I II Iitlm'uii I I lee "Slaltv' -

Tallahassee! June 10.-The spe-! son university green and white. 1"1'0",1.Adoption Ironed" (Out Luwtey--B, H. miller, :Mrs. n By Plant Board, j

Ii l M'sHlon', ]legislature expects to Whether Governor Carlton's alma Plant' (.It). Vnnl', CirmeliifiHtoil; Near I,.. niackbnrn, ]Mrs.'! J. ]M. Drown( \

,!j"111. with perhaps one eXCf'llIlon. mater had any controlling or rejection of four Knights trig, lilies Grace' Wood, Mrs. O. A. ; -
I In- constitutional amendments which Differences'! between the states Jacksonville. June 'I.< Dr WiF.c :
,,,''I| (die( general/; measures in (nov'arltoll's ] (fluence in the matter or not In unknown are proposed In two senate and -- I of Georgia nnd 1"Irldlover( IIconse Anderson, \Miss Paulino> 'ValkerIIJ'II. mon Newell, state pliint board ; I ;. .

'nur'' ( extra-ordinary I but the fact remains that two house resolutions at the legis Tampa June !8.! -- Discovery of ( taxes, '! sought by both stateH'ago \ Hoy Reddish. !Mrs.\ Mae Wells, commissioner, nnnonnced, after an-'r},. '
.11111( ( fall before I lime of uduinmcut legislative effort/ to adopt lative Fruit fly infestal III I 'nst. farm Miss Loom II. Fogg. executIve meeting of .. ,
orange session jut!:! ended will\ con- on a yard at products: of the oth-i tinboard( I toI,I
/ oa June 20. 'Vhelher// is a permanent! color' for the tag Iront the voters of Florida at the I Plant City 'tlld near Knight's ,i or have been lioned omit nccord- Hampton Miss'! Louise Caraway -, day that the mont lu.'i"" hat; dec" 'I Inert ,t .
I h liislntlon I ) will (' lost at the regular 'I Ciruynolla) Stanley Ueba Max- to
- session next general election. station yesterday automatically {i tag to Fred H. Davis. who received take any a'I'oll on a urq uest i "f 1 '

\ ,nur'H leslreu, particularly Turn about Is fair play, some of Out of about twenty proposed placed In the zone two quarantine a letter Thursday from At- wi>ll, Mrs. L. II, Futch. by Georgia agrlciilluiiil! i I I untlioi i t I !itleat,, II

I'' 'ih<' bimls) of gasoline tax as// those In authority! In !specifying] the I! changes! In Florida's! basic law In- area all of HillsboroiiRh's strawberry torney General :Napier: of Atlanta; Ilrooker--C. S. Laird, Inez: New: I to lift an f mlmri.\n .lu-ninisr/ thAc'' r

111'I ,ion. will l he> decided in the kind Of fags to he llllnntnH._n'. _uiv__.-' ''troduced at tlu.> r..aol"r_ .MnMMtnnonly .___._ section in the eastern niirt' In Which I It etc toil flint nanranntidfuI .. .. --..... -. man Sarahbaugh. JOBI'IIhinn! -,-_ _nn..V"..._.. shipment into Florida, of stone; j

I"j ,J.I)' and since the Florida State College ] 4 successfully' ran= m.the gauntlet u.- lof the county., The] protective area I' III Georgia were being called) on Illancho niirgdorff; Louise fruits from (Gtorniu: .iml i other ,i) .

'I 1111'l exception. It was Indicated for Women's colors of garnet and AH of them relate to taxa I Ion. also embraces several of the conn- to announce to enforcement ofllI Tipplns. Mrs.. C. S. Laird. states. 1..

Kill 1 !in-) the question' of redistrict- gold and tho State University's' Senator W. I I. Hell of Arcadiais I ly's richest citrus fruit: districts I (cars( III south Ccnrgl.t: counties Graham Mrs. J. W. Jones Lu- The embargo!: WIi lilt h i" h'cnln : )tt

i I-' jiulii lal circuits of the state. colors' of I)? orange and blue have had author of one of the proposed Including the Thonotosassa! und I I hat Georgia had no enforceable berlla Plnholster.New effect for some rme., \\'n>i ordered I

I'll'' i her or' not the legislature: will the'r! Inning In dominating! the amendment. The resolution calls [Ilopewell sections. Mont of Plant law to penalize Florida! farmerspeddling Hlver- W. S. Slbley, Nora ]Dr. Newell said, hoi-aime of tha .

\tiw I t this) proposal with favor 1 1I ini marks of the little metal strips) in for an amendment prohibiting the City, with its strawberry and fruit I / their products In Georgia I H.'IIH.:: presence In Homo of tlu Htatoa of. .

i i.iiininatlcal.. members said. the past Stetson ought to have Its Issuance of bonds In the state for packing; houses and markets. Is towns. Sampson City -- Mrs. Agues fruit dlseasen and paraxlti' which ; 1 j ,
ininrmal'" statements were genilly official colors BO recognized! any purpose without a referendum. thrown Into the restricted area, or The 1929 ]"Iprldl1f'R'lslotlll'e >l. the state plurt board wan anxious\ .

.4 l (to the effect that the pro- I The 11)30) tag will also be considerably Another senate resolution Is zone one. The restricted area established passed a reciprocal law penalizing KellY-Arthllr BIcKae.Iioatdraln to keep out of Florida< Peaches,.' ., :

i \I mid meet determined resls-I smaller than formerly, by Senator L. II. howell of Punama west of I Knight's/; Station :.: flem,rg Itt farmer selling I I produce In -Mm.! Blanche lldwnrds. : 1- apricots, cherries and nil{ stone : .

i i.., ..' mi t the floor of both the( sen,1 having been reduced from 15x6 City and exempts Industrial Is said to embrace some of Hills-.1 Florida towns, which directed, the fruits are lixluded In the 'rnbl&rgo'
inches to 12x5 Inches. Some borough's most' 0"01'11'11olndal's' ThE'I'ellHlMrs. Floy Sullivan.I !At.\ S. YoomaiiH Ci>f>nia! stat. .
,I' uul( house when, and If, It is be- enterprises which may be established highly developed particular attention ;; a ;
lieve the green and white citrus I to what Highland-Mrs.' Lena (Gasklni. entomologist, and Kugetio: .'
III lUI'l'd A senate resolution will In the state from payment groves. was: fle. !crlbod as avery Tallimadice ) ,:,
u'.11"." redIstrictIng l Is on that stand( out to advantage and that of ad valorem taxes for the first Inclusion of Plant City In zone :! unpleasant situation and the IllumIng/ T. U. Plnholster.." (Geneva Georgia agricultural! com : 1 ;

i icalendar.. the reduct:on In size will sacrifice fifteen years. one automatically halted operations Georgia! attorney general; 1 I Immediately Lewi mlHHloiier\ nppuared, before the 1 :I

in i lie 12 major Items of the none of the advantages of The I two house bllla\ are by A'i in six fruit packing houses took the matter, up with ]Mr tlo Yaullt'l'bllt.-Melvln Norman. flitch, Mtit- board members today, with a r. il j }It: ,

"nl upHslnn call partial favor quick recognition of the state's' O. Kanner of Martin county, and There Is no packing house atKnight's Davis) of Florida' with the result, quest that the emlmigo'! tie lifted s t11! m i

In liuBtowed I ag. Walter S. McLIn of Leon. ](lIn- titatlon. No estimate was tl m1)utvs: !believes! of both sides Ih'lIhl'ollll--lfrs.] Hart, I Inez Cnr- ns agaliiKt Georgia; Dr Newel! '4 f ,

i,f the on I two) houses.on The seven latter by Superintendent (hilt 'h and the ner's resolution would do away made last night of I he amount of
manager: of the tag plant at Hal- with ad valorem taxes on automobiles fiuit still reindinlug unshipped\ In neighborly Intoivoiiixe. of trade.I : one" lo bo added to this list action was taken on 1 the. raui' nest. ''i. ,;
tin- week
i c i saw affirmative
i ,MI, net Ion on two paramounti ford, where the state's supply of and d.rects: that all taxes on tho new No I 1.ones.. -- lo Woodlawn bo ('has. I II. Frlsbee; ---..- -, --. .;;,t 1 -
motor vehicle tags are manufactured such vehicles be collected in he May' Plant I1t"'I''HSecl'etary Will .': :
( I Convicts \ I
i -I the biennial 1 (approprlaII Move of teachers for tho Enlarge "
were both I In ;
hill and, the first unit of tho last Tallaahssee! form of lIcense fees. the amount of I Huff of the Plant City Stacks I High I School had not been \
.. week In the interest of the such fees being left to the chamber of commerce suld strawberry
< > 'revised. ( administration Into )
taxi su bier Raiford'sJN'ew completed Wednesday! fin It. (I 1'1f- Municipal Plant
ture.Hepresentntlve. growers I. while t they had
i, I IThe: senate has also! passed Some of I time leglsill-// fix. Mlntlnir/ thiil I flvtt tit I 11m. __ __ "IW"-_ _
legislators decided
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endeavored >flnll ]lv thA ,
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l/,11",I (reatlng state school directorsoi -- --- ---- -- teen 1lId1E'l'S lust ---- ;
I ilnance and building. to have nrmifra.. iirinntorl r -- .nor.. to modify the Income tax now declared t they would nit ruuue, probably would Huilding bu employed yearwill The city council, met June 4th ; -
I released and In addition
I i'Iw house voted I to abolish: of- maiiently us the dominating colorCOl' to be discriminatory against: plant as usual in the hope that one part time teacher added., In regular session! with all niem .

t II i. of three special assistants to all 1 1'clIse: tags In the state, Florida because of conflict with they would be permitted to ship Florida's new million dollar hers pi'eneiit : Minutes of the las .
principally In advertising theslate's the federal when the crop) matures. meeting I rend] and
the itiorney* general as (the climax levy. Berries prison building nt Hal ford built nt were approved i,
".f its: first week of special session biggest Indulltl'y--orllnJle; Since constitutional amendments ripen late In the fall, generally after cost of less than II 00,000, has just CommissionersMet Prof. .1. Well discussed with the

M"Hence. Kurller: In the week, culture>, but those In authority objected are barred, at special sessions the( close of the host free period been occupied, state ofllclaU announced council, enlargement of the light'

''I.I.., house passed the bill amend- J because of the rapidity with the four proposals here referred decreed by the quarantine authorities Friday.J. Monday and( water' plant lie advised that '

>' lawN governing (he state health whiih that color fades out andplI'nt to are the only ones which and, are not believed to S. lllltcli, superintendent! of unit of approximately! 150 K.V! ;
manufacturers can not be be fly hosts, Huff said. should. lie Installed .
..f ft!' ", HO ns to bring that ofllce will be up for conslderat'on In the penitentiary: advised nlllclali! 4
li ,M i the pale of (constItiitlonnl- found who will guarantee Its 1930. The two new infestations announced that nil but about 500 prisoners, The board tit county commissioners Mr., Davis) miule II motion tha ,
l ptnnaiieiHj', I li l IH said.CHARLOTTE. ., rA __ the the ,
by state city II
--- T.T1 -! plant board had been accommodated In the of llrnclford county, Florl '- ('Olin .mumu horizi' the-]

/H"ili ihe COSTS Mom. .: TO i lIMIt iiiukes three In the county. Tho now bU Iihi mig. The prison' has a l l.i met I In tegular session. on Monday I board of bond t lrimte<'"< of t the cltyjof ;; .
senate and house gave flist; was found Tuesday In the I Ht IIrke, to pron-cd) to advertIse '. -
lino-it, RE- I : population of about 2000. Juno :3rd I 1920, with all
i'. Instanteous approval'to County Judge Gardner Is In re- grove of the IteV'.r It. Ilobles at The )prison patterned, after the members present as follows: J. G. ,I t that (they will l'e'l'vl'( .' bid., and'I J

: > ) l 1"> J7 han) king act so that the title UNION ENDEDVeterans I' '
Commlblonsr C. Woodward of 1 nin[HI. : was erected by authority of the ,( W. IlliiKon Drew Heddlflh and 150 K. \\ for Ihe illy of Stark
! v 1 'HId/ conform with the contents! the enactment of the new fish and The Infestation' announced yesterday extra-ordinary leglttluture of 1925.It H. T. Osteen. Mr. Alderman seconded,) the motto k

,I "I i 11w art, attending I the thirty- game law which Increases the wel'e&giapul'rult In the was built under the supervision The minutes 1 of last meeting and It was carried. -

, rm.' administration forces In the ninth general reunion of the price of licence for frt'shvnf1' yard of K*..Nwr rwood six bimucksnmoi't.ii I of John J. l\lendnb.l1l1lf\.tern! ; were read and approved. Mr. II). I K. ]Knight called mitten i.'
, 1'111.i and house, are preparing for fishing after the flrfct 'of of the r. I tlou of I the council to condition
United Coufederate Veterans in August.It Seaboard Air Line from Pt mmci las county, 'n ('lIlIlral"I r Ml". J. T. QttrfffrTnado' n' proposition of ,
I Icicrmlned' fight this! week on Charlotte N. ('., June 4th to 7th, Is explained] that between now station at Paltn City. and In gI'apcI I tor by profession, and by convict for representatives/ I of streets! ann properly near! nope J

i "iimn' and finance. Neither dl- began to arrIve at their Florida and August; the present licenses fruit In the grove of 1'. It. Vain, 0.// labor, the state having to stand( Mnnnfleld' ('D., to make (' 'IIIIII'H//I where water stands (toi a long per'

i h n 1 of opponents hat! objected homes early this week, along/ with are good but they may be exchang- mll n nil' .l an'.'...'. "U'flht. "L Ihn ovn' 'iiun nutv' nf inti I'orffiltxThe !. ,'/',om.,.,Irlitw.__'. _runt u_.. nl__. ,,.".,.,.,.,.'lhn""A......... .._... loci after rains. Me Iso UHke L,
I i i'dimly) I to the first I !:! admlnls- I II 1 for ; lallon--: i t the council .
new licenses holders Knight's ; Imprnvi street
by ;
I a large number of ma.tls; and ma-led payIng I new penitentiary 1 Is mod eutl nuLl o not I lo cost (ho county I lump
I 11111 tax Mil calling for a eon- I Irons of lionor. and Sons l and !: the additional cost. The new Restricted zones: were Immediately In every way. It is so arrang anything.( The proposition met In North Stiirke, that extend t ..

I oJlzed administrative board to Daughters of the Confederacy, and forms are expected to arrive any ] established' wIthin a radiusof 1I'I'n, I that I there Is Florida sunshine with I Ihe approval I of I the board. / him property adjoining the cltyj

, '''t'tYtFe. reduction of $170.000-() chape ro Ties. I (ha)'. one mile from the points of In- I In every cell. There Is running; Mrs, Sarah I Ulgdon I appeared before HniilM... Doth inutlnrx were referred .
1 indebtedness: of county andilgu Followed< by modern troops ami The law now In force fixes nonj festation and guardsmen; from water' In each cell, comfortable I the board, und asked for' to 'the street committee.,

bonds.) ( The bill calling for I bandsmen, the last gray remnants j resident county fishing! license at the HCth field artillery of Tampa. heels and plenty of ventlial ion. piinper alloNMinco. Same was laic Services of the extra police to rJj '

I ih t reduction( method was approv of the great southern army paraded $:i,25 ;: non-resident state licenseat were called out to patrol the restricted The prison even has a "welcome" over until next meeting. SI HI'lie \,'ei'e discontinued unit '
.1 l in part In the regular !session:! $10.50, and resident state license and lurther! not I lie. .
Filday as a farewell gestureof areas control all traffic sign on the front gate, officials Bradford County: Hank anti< I
)hin' was halted on a question of : the 1)29!) convention while at $3.25. No license will be on their borders. All hostfruits said. Hunk of Staike tiled an iippllcu Upon motion It was ordered, tha

|10111111", > acceptance of a benataamendment. crowds cheered and airplanes required for residents to fish In and vegetables; >l within the One of t the latest detention systems I tlou asking to hA designated aK Mr. Geo. \V. Simon be employe

droned overhead. A \report from their home county, but provision restricted areas will be destroyed In existence is In effect at county t depositories. On hid lo ii ns/ engineer for the street Improv i

Special session oratory Is expect Charlotte describes the parade Is made tor a resident to fish in at once. the new prison It consists of a both loin/ ks were so designated.On /; I merits on Cull street! Jimmy stree .

"d to break forth on the admlnls which stretched over six miles of another county upon payment of <' 1'/111-1111| OrdcrcclK I triple barricade against; escapes, motion I the commissioner and Orange street.Hiri'iu t

nation's proposed distribution of! : thoroughfares III the city.It $1.25. F.; I Dcltusk, federa (Inspector, with three different men holding discontinued I the payment of this : AT. -II.UII"TOS- ------- i'', '

''he. gasoline tax. With several 1 Is 1 said that twenty-eight military Licenses outstanding will be redeemed first sent here to take charge of three different keys between the allowance made to Albert Jennlngs Supper will be served, at th. m \

dozen revenue producing meas- units augumented the parade : In exchange!: for new licenses nuarantlne regulations III the Plait prisoners and freedom. ; In April, 1929. town hall, Hampton, next Frlda 4
ores. Including one to establish aI on a basis of $1 for resident The liy unanimous vote the clerk c
of the veterans who marched) to Lake section, was instructed by new prison was built entirely night June 14. 25c anti 50c Pro
I per cent gross sales tax, now state license! ; $2 for nonresident of was instructed lo Issue
the music of fifteen bands arid 1>Wllmon Newell, state quarantine steel and concrete. four In- ceeclx to go to the benefit of Par '
l efore> them, senators and representatives who were reviewed by the largest county license and $5 for nonresident commissioner, to also take .... teresl hearing warrants for the ent-Toachers' association of Hamp'[ ; 4
declared today they state license. ('Ot'STY IIOM It 'l'Hl'ST.t.S.: : sum of $1000.00 each
crowd the city ever saw. charge of the field work In I lime same todraw tOil school. Patronage of the pub .t '
were more or less tangled and undecided :MKKTTho : : ). Interest at the rate of (6 t
of I the U. C. V. led the IIONOIt: KOll, lOll M.\' V two new Infested areas. Clean-up her He Is solicited. Ii '
as to procedure. parade and were followed by cars squads and truckloads of machinery ( ttiit. tier niinnni from fln.la. 'In nccordunce !Mrs. '1'. F Drown, ;' ir-l; -

Administration forces In the bearing old negroes- who had- been I List of persons who paid their and spraying outfits were ImmedIately -' board of bond trustees of with the special law re r'res. Hampton P. T. A ., J l;,. 1 _
i'oii.se' assert they have held the I firal fort! county: Florida< met ceiilly enacted authorizing t same
slaves and officers\
!servants dUl'lngthe I subscription to the Telegraph dur-I sent lo the Plant City \ _
i wo to one majority that marked June 4 tim In regular session with ;uld warunts Issued In i 1 '
war between the states Hands lug the month of May: and Knight's/; stations areas. All I payment Students inAutomobile l 1.:
"H'gular" session acceptance of three including/ the Marine band from I|I. T] H. Drowning, L. C. Powell. host fruits and vegetables within the following members present: K.S. of ('oltlrllct I on addition to county :

administration bills regarding tax- Wash'ngton! the Augusta/; Police Mrs. H. K.: Gahagan. Mrs. F. A. the areas will be cleared from the Matthews, chairman, O. I lay ties, ',' jail building I which contract was .th+ : ;

ation. These forces do not expectto band and Alabama Industrial Hryan A. C. CarmIchael J, K. Ad- groves und fields and destroyed In J. H. Hitch and W. K. Torode. niiida with J. T. julgley and L. A. Wreck .1 /. _
encounter the degree of resistance I Minutes of the last meeting were \Davis under I the firm / of ,'},r/, /
School band, floats and flags/; ''new kins, George/ Marcotte\ B. N. Cole- lime p'ts: and fruit trees will be _-_ "
that marked study of the read and) approved. Qulgley it ml Davli.. Said, warrants : r '
with :
and battle-scarred added touches man, Annie Williams, Mrs. Mary sprayed a solution of arsen- Frank S. Wright, director a V
original, administration tax plans l, A location wan ordered for road are numbered as, follows ,
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of color to the thin gray line. The Williams, H. N. Abraham Geo. A. Rte publicity at the University. Guinea'vllle. : ., 4
h i, aders said today, but they are from road 28 east to Clay county No. 1 due August' I, 1U29 No. r'I I
veterans this time carried In cars' Gardiner, J. F.< Colley, W. J. Ep- Growers III zone two areas will accompanied by two student! i fI):;
nevertheless antclpatlng! resistance be line same to Intersect with! road the stood permitted to fruits
for cheered
parade up and person 0. I.. Haynes, H. II. ship and Clyde hooCh and Dyron Campbell 'i.'
to the present plan for distribution. I I 28 at or near Packham's place.Mr. August 1 19:11.:! 1 No. 4 (due I August I -
I, back at the crowd it Is said. Young, H. A Bishop, T. J. Moore, vegetables; until JUlie 1C. and after narrowly escaped injury neaJStarke ., \, ';
friends of the ] Davis let 11)32.)
Senate Taking part In the parade were 1111'sV. H. Green, H. 1 U. that time must" destroy all host requested consideration late Saturday ufternooi : ,''l"" ,';
'!iilmlniatratlon, ( also forsee a stubi several thousand Boy Scouts. Sons te>', T M. Williams. I trults and vegetables. I In orderto I f for land where road 28 crosses On motion the bid of C J. Powell when the car they were riding I ii :t '{'
i .ira buf'tle( on. this matter. parmen-// t lle Southern Hallway. No action for the sum of $8&,00 to repair ." "
ship '
of Confederate Veterans, UnitedDaughters liams, Mack\ AddIson C. A. products next season they toward Jacksonville skidded dur 'J
Ct her administration measures, of the also must malnta'n five-month was taken. the damage; to the courthouse Ing rainfall: turned : I
Confereracy, A. M.\ Illanchard F. A. a i a completely ,j!;
mliig within the scope of the Daughters of the American llevoInUon. Gainesville Memorial Co., scott'/ host free period this year. Mr. C. A. Crosby requested correction and furniture canned by a. recent over, landing I In u ditch. I /

'>vernor's specal! session call, will hundreds( of national n.ivlHunn., II. It. Prevatt. \ / The _nrOIE'ctfvA. I_ _9nno nn_ withIn.. ....... n_ I of dralnagu effecting/ /hIs lire wall nt'tiettituil Itnutli nnrl Campbell! were hlirFled x : y ____ _
,.rovlde for assessment'! and collection place mi county road., Maintenance The board( t then passed) this followIng -
guards, Spanish War Veterans, I Coleman, 0: L. Underbill l, M. J. radius of nine miles of Ihe 'Infest clear of the car into a i d

of motor vehicle taxes; for American Legion and various other -: McHae, Mrs. Frank Morgan, J. Ii. ed area. near Knight's Station extends foreman was Instructed to In- resolution: idjolnlng the road as the car ftellt i '
uljuslment of tax disputes by a vestigate./ "Whereas the asseHxinent for '
organizations. Florrld F. M. Crews, Mrs.\ Jose! west to the protective zone eel ov"r'rlght was not m :
i oard of county officials; for Contract was awarded to W. (', the payment\ of the county agricultural I _
established for the Platt Lake from the car Outside of a $
Williams, O. B. Moody, J. S. Grlffls. restricted t
hool relief through a process of \\'":.\TII EH HKI'OHT" M. L. Johns M. J. Hell, Ii. n. area and the protectivezone demons for clearing: / and /grubbing agent III Insiilllclent( to pay cuts II.nlbrul| >les none of the me tJ t ; -
i 'venue for uniform (on road( running east from road! the amount agreed and
equalization; Week ending June 12 1929. Sapp H. C. Walnwrlght, R. II. from the Plant City restrictedarea upon wore hurt. The car was damage : i I'
text hook laws, and for regulatloll Date Max.' Mln.\ Preclpt. Futch. A. J. Hllllard, W. H. Norman extends south to the Alafla 28 through the Hoatdruln section. whereas the board has assessed all I coiiH.lerabIy. '. :t., .

and supervision of expense reportsby June 5 83 62 S. M Mott, H. E. Norman. river, taking/ in Ilopewell Durant, Webb -. tile law allows we find that (there The accident occurred just Bout 1

county officers. June 6 84 66 Tr.' J. (I. Floyd, Florida Commercial Pleasant Grove 'and Mafia Station. Service Station recently la a deficit III suld fund of About of the Wannee Branch! rallroa "

la addition, the legislature has June 7 86 65 .33 I Iris Brown. W. M. Bryan It. A. On the east the zone two area em- completed at Lee three hundred dollars per year. crossing. The driver of the ca i I" ',' J:
now before it several dozen other June 8 88 66 .02 Reddish, G. P. Raymond, P. 0. braces Val 1'11'0' and Llmona. ------ Therefore, be it resolved, that applied( the brakes to stop for r, I,

measures pertaining to finance and June 9 89 67 .41 Hayes, C. O. Bryant, W. A. Col- In addition to the two Infestations nation. and are expected to render -! we. as u board of county commissioners train approaching the crossing an 1 I". ,

taxation These'! include the proposed June 10 75 67 ley, C. C. Grlffls, Clifford B. Hlg- 'In Hlllsborough, the plant' weeks.a ruling within the next two do ask Mr' A. 1' Spencer the sudden application of brake 'r' J' .

gross gales tax and measures June 11 82 60 hoard (to add to t the allowance now made and the wet road caused the /1, -
gins, W. L. Sllcox. E. E. Lee, C. S, also announced yesterday ca ,
to revise the present state 12 60 Herry growers generally have by the state or U. S. government to skid beyond control. t P: .
Kelley C.V.. Rhame, Mrs. C. L.1II01ft. the discovery on theproperty of .K. :
occupational tax law and to tax !gone ahead with the preparationof for this extension work the sum 1" !,f,. II
Total rainfall .76 In. N Marrow South Missouri ----------'--
O. A. Mitchell.\ S. L. Peek on avenue
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raising (I
itinerant merchants, professional plants for setting In the of twenty-five dollars per monthto i"IUKV : 'OH ( j'
and In ,
John Tlsoii JV.. peaches on the property "
Practitioners, and marginal stock rii.iitGinITII: TII"I''T": Andrews Sr., : early fall but there Is nevertheless be paid to our county agent \ F.< Moore of Lawtey
Drew Kllklnson W. E. of John A. Hlnghum near sent'i i f,
Sapp Mrs. .
a feeling of ,
bond Herman Hell and Tommy For- uncertainty that monthly.
or commodity sales. I freak ear of corn to place
J. B. McGIIl.\ T M. Hagan D. Eagle Lake. on
The house cited Monday for : nyth were arrested and lodged Ina'l W. P. they desire relieved before they I There being no further business hlbltlon at the Bank of Stark' ,
Carpenter, A. _
DeDuc J. _
1 onalderatlon of the administration : Wednesday night after an attempt will be at Clue It has" all along the board' adjourned until next as a demonstration of what
Simmons, J. H. Sapp K. J. Lewis, City. June 11.-Since\ cer- J
to break a gasoline regarded as, practically certain ; regular meeting which will bo held -
tax plan, but has not yet open i Amelia Ray, Thomas Markey Mrs. Lain parts of the Plant City section J will do In the Lawtey section. Tone ,
'Rreed to a time for study of the : pump at this rear of Hull's Store. classed ( that no trouble will be met on the first Monday In July, A. I). shuck had a large ear of coIn '
I K. Brown J, L Chamberlin, W. are now in zones one and
biennial Attempts of the locks had been I In marketing the crop during 1929.
bill. Three the
and g1
appropriation It was :
\V. Ward. i Emma< J. Bryan, O. W. two. due to Mediterranean fruit the i .
the noise attractedtte winter, when the cool weather ( broken when
to bill last Clerk. ed
take the by seventeen others
up Barry, C. C. Melvin.S\ fly! lie'ng found here, anxiety has will ears m t 3. ; _
week, met defeat but with senate attention of a passerby who Increased prevent the fly doing damage varying size. !Mr Moore has vi
the of ,
regarding status
adoption of the measure, house notified the night policeman. They Lake City 1150,000 acres of the strawberry for next I but there may be restrictions relative Lake City's new sewer extension Ions! of cultivating t this variety'c

leaders believed today it would waited until the officer was eatingat forest land 'In Columbia, Baker son-that Is crop sea to transfer of plants during system and disposal plant will cost corn to where it will yield a doze ;

he given precedence after action one of the all-night lunch rooms and Clay counties will noon be the affected among growers In the summer and early fall and it approximately $70,000. and a half ears where one gre I

haRe been taken on the administration before attempting to break open I purchased and included In New Os- Plant Board territory.authorities la on these points that growersare -.-. -,-- before, with the possibility e 4i

tax bills. I tbepumP. I ceola National Forest t'nlt. at work on this feature are now anxious to have an expression Tarpon SpringsPine products packing shipping crate fro ,
of the elt from '
the authorities.'
distillation _
plant established here. each stalk In his patch. : _


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1.v10111K. I |I i- 1 II eighty-seven. He then! has a swim,

: : rmcLK JlOI.)) : | WHAT IS ( OLF? | a. p'nt of gin, sings "Sweet Ade The act abolishing the 25/\ p t ,
\11'I'nsu: :
i :flLI'
HAMPTON M I I line" with six or eight other liars cent penalty on taxpayers In .i.demptlon i.
lM Ad. Mm MIS ('nr. *. No.2' .-- and calls It the end of a perfect of property sold to> tli,

0011111111N. ..N N1'1c '' 1 North Florida District Golf l is a form of work made expensive day.-Kdlphone Notes, state under tax liens became .1
GROWING REQUIREMENT FOR Woodmen Circle, held Its quarterly Golf I KIlqtH'Mo: law with signing of the means, .
M I, Johnson) and daugh- enough for a man to en-
Mrs meeting May .mh. at Starke In 1. At the start of the game, by Governor Carlton. Clerks .,i

toi Miss Thelma, of West Palm the Woman's Club building. The Joy It. It Is physical and mental take the honor without consulting the ctrcut courts of the state hat

Beach are guests of Mrs John SUCCESS IN MODERN BUSINESS meeting opened at 2 o'clock with exertion made attractive by the your opponents. Should they; been advised by Ernest Amo,,

son's brother, Mr. Tlios. Brown.S. Mrs. Vonda Ininan fact that you have to dress I for i It speak for It first, select the best state comptroller, of enactment ,m.
the president,
$200,000 clubhouse. ; law, I
in a ball the new
the tee and set your
and family of .. .. spot on '
M Simmons chair. Mrs. Inmnn also what lelter.'arl'ylng.dltchcllgghllt ,
In the Golf Is !! enthusiasm to Under provisions of the law all
I up, indicating your .
Sparr, visited here last Sunday. gave the welcoming address and and carpet-beating started. delinquent taxes outstanding ai ,. '
Misses Reba Maxwllle and Jessie By would be If those three tasks had exempted from the 25 percent
made by 1\1I's.1 drive, pen
transacting American Bankers Association the response was 2. After making a poor
Williams, were / to be performed on the same hot examine ally, provided the property undo,
last Saturday, school of is still holding classes in Leila Davis of Jacksonville. I I register surprise,
business in Starke 1'IIE great Experience afternoon In short pants and colored Ilea Is redeemed from the state on '

Mrs ,V. II. Griffin and lion Percy but the scientific spirit of the age has so gen The officers were seated by the I" socks by a gouty-looking gentlemen i your club carefully.with the grounds' or before next Dec. 31, upon pay

and Mrs. J. H. Saxon, have recently erally invaded the workshops of industry and trade that degree team of the Starke grove. I who require a different Im 3. Co-operate at cad ment of the taxes with Interest ui

I been business visitors to they have largely become technical research Several groves were represented I plement for every mood., committee by glaring your turfit 8 per cent.Heretofore.
A class die each time you up
Gainesville a.--"IUIIIW and training laboratories in and gave excellent reports. Golf Is the simplest: looking on all property sold
hs: anyway
M. L Wattorson' manager of tlie themselves and are no longer run on I of candidates was Installed with I game In the world when you decide probably was sympathy to the state under tax lien th"
hero state president : 4. He sure to express
waterworks Mrs Myrtle
telephone and the old-fashioned cut-and-try methodsof to take It up, and the toughestotter his play amount of taxes was subject to .1 Ipenalty i
In Jacksonville assisted by the for an opponent on poor
business presiding
was transacting former generations when Experience I you have been nt It ten or of 25 per cent for the Oral 1
week. I degree team of Luke Hutler. by saying casually at every opportunity
this considered the only teacher. It twelve years.It I' year and 8 percent thereafter until
was the
services! at the M. K. which team also exemplified I : "So sorry.
Revival force Is probably: the onlyknown the (axes were paid. The slat
last Wednesday eve would be hard to find a working I memorial work. I 5. Should his drive trickle Into I\
church closed can play as long ns aouarter enactment out the 2.;; ,
& busi- a man wipes !pi-i
successful game "I 1
Three additions were made in any pre-eminently Omrers! elected for the next I bunker, remark consolingly:
then discover
ning. of a century and cent penalty and fixes the rate "I i iinterest
to the church.\ Rev Clarke, who ness or industrial organization in the quarter are Mrs. Mildred HIVel'1! for him am afraid, you are In the bunker, I
too deep
that It was at 8 percent thi-oughoin
has faithfully attended the United States today but what the dominating Lake Huller, president ; I hope."
so .
In the first placo.The the period of nou-payrnent
Church as pastor for the past two +l leadership is schooled in the da Inman, Starke, past president; I Is played on carefully 6Yhen you coma to a waterhole ---o

years will attend district conference scientific principles of its specific field, !Mrs Ella; Ballentine, Gainesville. i game with little white try to remember you are
selected grass The court ot King Sol, to which
j this week. It i Is the desire I of whether manufacturing, merchandising vice president, ; Mrs. Amelia Harp clubs as thelayer playing golf and not pool.

the Hampton people that Rev' or finance. The rapidly advancing I'. Lake Butler, secretary; Mrs, ball and as afford.many These little 7. Always start looking for all Fort Myers will do honor on
can I celebration of the
15 in
June 1.
g Clarke will be re-assigned to the I standards of business in this country, Susie Kimball! Starke chaplain : ) cost from 75 cent to $25 your opponent's! ball thirty or forty of
N balls consecutive
of the Methodst! church relentless demands for efficiency Mrs Lula Hutto, Starke, banker; family yards beyond where you think It I 000th day sunshine
pastorate with their I It in possible to support a I .
and will be presided over b
for the ensuing year, for his for survival in Miss Susie Davis, Jacksonville, attendant for might; be-even though you don't.find
hero as the only hope I of ten people (all adults) Miss Lorraine lle'.tman.! Selection
greatly appreciated Mrs.velyn; Cress, Latsutler he forfeits the hole) ,
has been economic : it land
services for :
the competitive struggle I the money represented
attendant Mrs. five months on of Miss Heltmnu as sun queen and
; the compli-
by all denominations. HAROLD STONIER existence, has sounded the deathknellfor assistant by the balls lost by some he should appreciate I of seven girls: as her attendantshas
JonosKwwiioyV and slipshod methods.As Jacksonvll1e'l' In single afternoon.A
guesswork golfers a been announced Following
and Miss Mrs, } ball by
Mr. M. C. Sweeney first auditor; holes 8. Before pocketing a
educational preparation in the techniques golf course has eighteen selection the and her
result Mrs. their queen
a second auditor; wait
Edith May Jones, both of Hamptonwere Jacksonville, another player It Is well\ to
the home of industry and finance are virtually essentialto third auditor; seventeen, of which) are unneces- attendants posed for pictures in
quietly married at commerce, Slna Shiver Starke, until it has stopped roiling
it is already an 1 and put In to make the game; sun-back dresses, the orthodox
in these fields as Jacksonville, eary
of Rev. O-mond of Gainesville, outst.viding success I Mrs. Blanche Devera, in 9. A good way to lest your opponent's
the various iI Mix- harder. A "hole" Is a tin cup garb of King Sol's subjects. They
Wednesday evening at 2:30: absolute prerequisite fourth auditor; Mrs. Laura : power of concentrationIs ;
last ThisIs education by the banking Interests Mrs the enter of a "green. A will form the center of a sun pageant
o'clock, June the 6th, Rev. Or- recognized professions. on, Gainesville, fifth auditor; to whistle: "How dry I am, ,
value of of America than these facts. "green" Is a small parcel of grass to be staged in connection
not to depreciate the Inner sentinel
Hunt Hampton .
Bella to pat( Copies
mond officiating. and while he Is trying
The bride was attired in a love native ability and experience 1 in This American Institute of Banking Mrs Mercy Hernandez, I costing about $1.98 a blade of the tune may be secured at any with the 1,000th day celebration,
1 suit, of brick, with business, but education after all la I Is the educational section oi Jacksonville, outer sentinel; Mrs usually located between a and will grace; the sunfloat In a
ly ensemble of helping the Individual the American Bankers Association. and a couple of apple trees, or a music store parade which Is also planned.
with accessories to match) merely a means Ruby Resner, Lake Butler Junior I Remain on the green untilhe'
tan, bouquet of to apply the net good t of It was formed twenty-eight )'eanago Mrs. Edith Tipping/ lot of unfinished excavation. .
and carried a lovely officers supervisor: ball ; t scores are all counted and Airplanes have been called into
wore the accumulated experience c of by bank employees and musician Mrs. Antonia Tile Idea Is to get the golf
pink! rose buds. The groom sinceas Jacksonville, each of agreed upon. If the course Is regular service In flyeradlcatlon
many to his own day's work a and has been carried on ever Jacksonville, reporter, from a given point Into
t blue black serge. special native a voluntary organization. Many Seller, In the fewest crowded, this will teach self-con- and according to statements at the'
helping eighteen cups
the :
means the afternoon
are of
and groom At
Both the bride to come Into Its own more students who have graduated continue Btrokea and the greatest number trol: to the following foursome. Orlando headquarters, are provingto
Edith district was organized :
4a very popular here. Miss and surely and for enablingall their membership In order to session a Junior I 11. Never argue with your opponent be of very great service Experimental -
daughter of 1 J. rnpidly! the first\ to be formed I In the of vords.
May Jones Is the classes of ability to gain the give active support to some type ot The ball must not be thrown, over his score-ask fight! having proven
V. Jones, one of the leading merchants educational work other than the United Slates, with a large and have every advantage. successful by plane arc-
maximum of success to which they well puslied or carried. It must be propelled first you : surveys
kind and loving which speaks
here. Her are entitled. actual class program. bership mem-I by about $200 worth of curIons now a regular feature of the

disposition has won for her These facts are plainly recognized The greater part of the educational < }Florida particularly for looking Implements, especially 12. When some one yells "Lore"lonlc work. Trained observers with

many friends, not only in Bradford by practical, work-a-day business work Is carried on In 200 trict. This organization's designed to provoke the owner. ,- out-they may not bo maps\ first ('\1E'the\ location of
county, but throughout the state cities and towns In the United Into being will be pleasant news count. fields, Such
In every line. Every progressive the Kadi;, Implement has a specific necking your groves and vegetable
Mr. Sweeney has been a resident business organization In America States. Here the local chapter ol to the membership throughout 1 and ultimately some 13. After your best drive of checks: are then tabulated and'nmpared

of our town for about two years. Is emphasizing the /Importanceof the American Institute of Ranking!!: state and elsewhere. purpose olfers get to know what that purpose the Reason, turn around)( disgustedly "' carefully with report,*
He Is signal: maintainer for tile before. Education baa Its regularly organized coursesof Mrs. Ella Rimes Strickland pre I distance.'
education as never the exceptions. and say: of Inspectors and clean-up crews
A. L. R R. Co. lie Is formerly, looked study under supervision of the sldfad at the organization meeting, Is. They are hole- ..
S. has come to be upon 'I each hole has'" been completed 11. At the nineteenth This makes it possible to locuti
; of Paris Ky. He Is highly respected to of the prob- national body with local Instructori assisted by the state president, After highball which Iiav.'
y as the answer many the golfer counts hlistrokes. keep your eye on your quickly any properties
having won tho oonfl- as and directors to fulfil) the standard) Mrs Myrtle Uepeu and others.
the organization
lame within I Then he subtracts six and swallow through !been overlooked by the ground
dence of nil his acquaintances. well as to problems affecting Industry requirements regarding text material At tt o'clock a delicious plate'" "Made that In rive.ILaCs 15. Don't forget to say: : "The forces traveling over woods roads
beautiful examinations served in the sun parlo. arid nays ,
who witnessed this) Glasswork and dinner was ,
Those of the
as a Shall we Bhower Is the best part by automobile. I
wedding, were: The' bride'sparents Institutes Instructors are recruited from : .-, which was a delightful arrangement. one above par. .
,. Business Organizing universities,, play for fifty cents on the next game.:
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones the staffs of lending i .
'Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett, and Institutes for developing specifIcally from members of the legal profe The evening session opened at I hole, too, Ed?" 4.R're Wlnter Park Newly complpt

+ Murrhee Wllkerson of Hawthorn, qualified workers are being, slon and from among accountants I 8 o'clock with an address of welcome After the final, or eighteenth : Creek bridge near I'alatka ed unit of First Baptist thurrhdedicated.

and Chas. Heath, Jr., of Hamp operated commercial or organized and industrial In many, and bank men who have mule II by Mr. A. J. Thomas of I hole I :_the I golfer I !:...add up his score txtenslvely- -repaired- -- _n .- .

fields of record, In some field of activity In : Starke. Mrs. Ella: : Rimes
ton. Institutes are trying Strick-I
Immediately: after the ceremony; activity. of educationalwork banking that marks them ns experts. : land, a I past, state '

the happy couple left for Part, various distinct types trend toward All Instructors must be ai> national representative-elect, gave I J
will visit Mr with a proved by tho national organization. : the Mrs. Myrtle Uepeu:
where they response
Ky., emphasis education
and more upon
friends, more They are compensated bj slate president
and her address ns
Sweeney's relatives for the rank and file of business gave I
the local units. The students<<: pay
home fraternity
at being
will be
her subject
after which they of all grades.We ,
I In Hampton. tuition In which they ore frequ"nt'j Mrs. Leila Davis, state vice Il'9.y
have been having business ly aided by their .
services will begin at president gave an address on Influiunce -
Revival Baptist church June the 19th, failures In this country at the rate and this, together: with contrlhU'i and the value and help I Ithas.
the of about 2,000 a month. This score tions made by the banks general
Seller past
at 8 p. m. speaks for Itself. It Is glaring evi ) classroom overhead, financed ', Mrs. Antonia ,
: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. 1>elk had dence of Incompetence on the part tile educational program. state president<< and national representative
their: dinner guests last Friday I In gave a short address,
as of thousands of business men Education s Pathway to Advisement
evening, )L A, Montgomery and handling tho problems Inherent In telling\ of her experience in the,

",his friend Miss Kate Keene, of their fields of endeavor. The de Lending: banks in various parts work of the Woodmen Circle.
Mr. W. W. Ray of Miami Mrs. Edith Tipping, state mus BUILT I
Ft. tailed records show that practically of! the country are Insisting that
and H. A and L. A. Sloan, of 75% of business failure In this their employees take work In tha' :dun, talked on Seeing and Believing.

Sebastian country Is due to lack of training Institute. This Is frequently a part Mrs. Aniiti Richardson, I BY

ft and competence on the part of, of their contract of employment al past national representative, was

r t3OUT111SRNllU1'IS.Ut: s : those who failed.: This Ms conclusive tile time they enter the bank II I present mid gave o short talk.
afford Music\ given by BUICK
evidence that no one can Is also now quite generally: understood was I

to undertake executive business l. In the field of American bankIng : : Bennett, Miss Abe.thy and

"Opening of the new Coodyoar responsibility without adequate that study In the American Institute ass Hundley.and was .really en-

,tire plant at Gadaden, Ala., marks education and training It Is. oC Banking Is considered) jo'ed. y

an Impressive forward stride in for that reason that every enlightened one of the basic factors In the promotion I Officers were Installed by Mrs. tr Body by Fithmt

',the Industrial: development of the business organization is to ( of the individual to a place I Myrtle Depeu assisted by Mrs Ella ,

Bonth.. It Is significant of our day Insisting as never before that of Importance In a bank. !times Strickland and the Magnolia

future that the world's greatest its employees/ take advantage of A Standard Certificate of tha Guards -.... .- -...,-- ,-- .. '

;rubber company sees in the some type of technical training. American Institute of Banking I I.. Aa a token of esteem beautiful

South Its best opportunity for ex American banking Is fortunate annually gaining a greater ami I flowers were presented to the national

1 f' ',pansion." and has just cause for pride In thatIt wider recognition among practical and state ofllcers, and gifts :

9f I These are the words of lion, has a record of twenty-eight; bankers throughout the United were given to the retiring officers. i

JBibb i Graves, governor of Alabama years of definitely organized educational States. These certificates are coming I' Miss Myrtle Oils Crump, state A GREAT

i, [ In commenting on the celebration activity among Its workers to have the same importance manager was absent due to Illness,, PRICES .

c i of Southern Goodyear day tomor- to Its credit for developing In the banking world that certlfl and she was missed greatly Herabsence I

4 l row, The new plant Is the fourth trained bankers. People In banks cates of education have In the field was deplored as also wasthe

manufacturing Investment of the In large numbers are taking advantage I of the general) professions. This I II la I serious illness of Mrs. Vonda Marqu.flModl36 l PERFORMER 1 1IUlln.

;!' I Goodyear company hi the South, of the educational oppor practical example and one thoi, Inman's father In Virginia, Mrs. Two-pau.ng.r

In addition to many distribution tunity given by the great noncommercial oughly well demonstrated by seasoned Inman being called by telegram ... Coup.

J. and branch establishments. The college of the banking experience of the new spiritof during the meeting and leaving $965 The motoring world has already endorsed the Marquette

[ company already operates a 50,- business, the American Institute Of American business 1m med lately.
: see on every hand Morqu..Mod.13< as "a performer! And no wonder-10 to 60 miles
I' '' I 000 spindle tire textile mill at Banking. They The next meeting will be held Flv-pau.ngr great

[ Cedartown Ga., is building an- evidences of the value of the training ONE COW VS. ONE DOZEN at Lake Butler. T..o-dooSedan an hour in 31 seconds-over the top of a long 11.6%grade
10,000 graduates
Of the
It gives.
f1 t other 50,000 spindle mill at Rock. 1--- 975
of this Institute, 70% now occupy at 25 miles an hour, starting at 5 at the bottom-all in
}h mart, Ga., and recently purchased "Why twelve poor cows NKW: 1MSSKNOKII: e4L'IIEUL'LE4:

la third 80,000 spindle mill at At- official positions In American when one good cow will\) do the Morqu..Mod.13-4-l high gear! (The average road grade is 7%). 68 or 70
still too
banks. The other 30% are Four-poiwn r

,co Gov, Ca.i ,.Graves statement was wired young to have attained such .work of of the the American twelve asks Bankers the bulletin Association Seaboard Beginning Railway Sunday schedules, April 21st for, Sport Road l.r honest miles in comfortl! There isn't a phase of performance -

:i r by Superintendent F. A. Steele of heights. Here Is an to the example people and of Agricultural Commission Starke were posted as follows: $995_ where it can't show a clean pair.of wheels to every

S, I the Gadsden plant to Hitch's Service an encouragement It declares that analysis of more SouthboundNo. ,Marqu' .tt. Mod.I35- class.
in its
all lines of business. car price
than 100,000 Individual yearly records
!' Station, Goodyear dealers at Institute of BankIng 1Local) 11:19 P. m. Fiv-paung
The from teat in dairy Phatton
cows on ;
Starke. has a membership of 81320. herd Improvement associations Indicate I No. 11-Local) 11:23: a. m. One word can most about the Marquette-It's
Day Is a Limited) 1:19 P. m. $995 say
1 "Southern Goodyear 33.851: class enrolments Nu. 107-(
business celebration," says Hamll- I Of these, comprising younger bank Cows that that produced on the1 average 100 Ibs.: butterfat No. 191-(Limited) 10:34 p. m. Marquctt Mod.I 36-$ "v ALUE." The Marquette with the latest Bodies by Fisher

|'ton Rltch, of Rltch's Service Station both and. women, who Northbound Four-.ng.
people, men a year returned $14 each overfeed is America's most complete moderate-priced car.
"but It has a real Interest learning. the scientific technique No. 2-Local) 5:35: a. m. Special Coup.

'ij'I |for car owners, too are of their chosen business at Cows: that cnt produced; 200 Ibs. butter- No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: p. m. $995 Throughout this great new six in every feature, from

7 r "This Is the first time a major the same time they are engaged In returned No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. from tread there
fat a year $54 each overfeed Marqu".Modal 37Ftv : bumper to bumper, top to is more
tire company has actually built the practical work of earning their Waniiee ranch
coat .
!tires In the South. It means a lot, livings: at It. The difference between Cows that produced; 300 Ibs. butterfat No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. four-door-paM Sedan ng r quality I than seems possible to put t.into a car at the price.But .

{ think that it Is the one tire the 33,851 enrolled In classes No. 102-Arrives Starke : "0 p.
:r .we a year returned $96 each overfeed $1035 it is there, because Buick knows how to build an extra
I company that commands outslaud- and the 61.330 total membership'nmprlsea cost m.

t |lag leadership in the industry. (' older bankers* who have Caws that produced; 400 Ibs. butterfat Ill no has Lines Then price r. o. b. margin of out-and-out goodness into all its products.

You will\) see that where Goodyear taken the Institute courses In the A year returned $133 each Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53 Buicla I IRaetory.peci.l Murquett -

points the way, others will follow.I past or are at the present time over feed coat; a. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18 p. m., 8:58p. : rqupmentettra.delivered price Drive the Marquette and you're bound to say, with all.the
make that as a prediction-and sponsoring soma type of educational Cows that produced 500 Ibs. butter p. I others "A performer!
work In the organization. Southb'Jund-9:37 a. m., 12:07 fmnctn Convenient great
want you to check me up on It fat A year returned $178 each ,
SJust watch." Banking Educates its People over feed cost; p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37 p. m., 10:50 term on thehbcralQ curt be "MAC.anled

; : .' The local Goodyear dealers In It has been estimated that there In other words, one 600-pound p.m, Time Payment Plan. I BUIK. MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN

.)", 't league, with other dealers all over are probably 375,000 bank officers producer will return $10 more overfeed Consider the, deliveredpnc.a.We0uth.hit CanadiaCFoeo4e* Division of G.n
.\ this the Jacksonville territory and employees In the United States cost than twelve 100 lb. pro The first ripe mangoes of the line when comparing. HIM Mclawghlin-Bulck,O.hawa, Onto Cor p or 0 lion luck; and Marq".tt. Can
Automobile value*
.111! !t hay pledged themselves to sell In at the present time. These figures ducers. This does not take Into account season found a ready sale at the
;tU, : one day-tomorrow---the equivalent would mean that about one banker cither, the added labor of courthouse curb market Saturday

< of one entire day's output fort :In; every six Is either enrolled In Institute milking and caring for the larger morning and they brought 30''

:;, the new factory-5,000 tires. classes In banking or Is actively herd, or the much greater expenseof cents per dozen to the growers Register Motor CompanyStarke

'l e r, "That's giving a new Southern supporting; some educational providing stable room for a dozen who had them on display with other -

Ln'L plant a real Southern greeting, function of the organization. No Instead of a single animal. Tha fruits and vegetables. A dozen

l n't It'" asks Mr. Rltch. "Well, statement could possibly give more figures are based on farm prices farmers brought tbelr fresh green Florida
,1 d emphasis to the Importance placed from all parts of the country and brisk -
,:Just watch us put It ove.q ." produce to the market a

1, l: i, If you don't need tires tomor. sale continued until noon says theFt WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES: ARE BUI LT, BUICK WILL BUILD TilE1i

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conducted the grand!'; Jury Investi! Tallest Skyscraper In World For Old Bank I ViLLIn.t4: !I :NKW POLICY '"I i !

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I IIatl'ons
SLake I Florida (Jacksonville) Theatre ]

City--The last carload of will receive the benefit of ;v 0

( iifumbcrifor: this season was I ',M-, -<"':'<: -w"' '. H ''W '''. :. ........vN.y'tyaceiu.'...<.... ,'.""'''''' 'I 4$,,.,....,, a new policy of spectacular sound '
1- : NKW YORK-Tho tnllost hiillrtlnK entertainment, beginning Saturday ,

Live State NewjS I shipped out of Lake City last Sat In the world ts uboul to be eructp'l I ; .. June 8Hi. according to announcement ,', !

urday which brought the grand total at ..0Vall Street to house lhu today by \Manager Al I '

of shipments made this year Main Omco of the Dank of the V. Weiss. Jr. ,I I' a'
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up to thirty-nine. The season just Manhattan Company the oldest [ > This. progressive; chungo Is In I I

; I closed has been a very successful bank In the United State operating I .. :". < ( keeping] with the Florida Thea'r''r 7 1 r;,
F EXCHANGES one from every standpoint declared ) under Its original charter. i tre's policy of giving Its patrons ; \ I

;: I Secretary Karstcdt: of the Luke Construction will soon be begun! I. (he latest. and best In amusements. '

1 l. .:...--,-.-.-.-.-'-'-.---'-'_._,--,-,-,_._._.._,.:I. City chamber of commerce 1 Ha on a building which Mill rise 840 Plays revues and musical comedies "
feet above the street on the Bite
l-'url Meade Peace Valley I II iv list l of (those who appeared before also stated, "W.lien we shipped the which the hank haH occupied ever I encated by I the highest- I
1: first '
carload In the refrigerator 11
priced favorites of Broadway, !!
!I .u, ins, from 42 1-2 acres of now tile greed -t hat.'indicted' car It was the first time In the since Hit founding 130 years ago. i
, London and Paris, will be presented ,
Wilt nlxty-tliroo atones Rur- : .
imil., near here, shipped 29 carin.uls the aged preacher history of Lake City that a perishable <] mounted by nn obKorvatlot tower, : {<( : In sound film form at the Jo lor,7(\ 1 6

,, of watermelons of the Tom e I had been dispatched:: In car- tho now bulldlna will have 836,000 #1t 1tv. I ida. They will be supplemented u ?

'\\.USIIH,, variety thin season, anili Tn m Seventy-seven parsons loud lot Next year Indications iquaie feet of door xpiica forty 4 t' r: by short sketches featuring tarn'I: r t( 'j } .

was expressed that It arrested In a raid on a negro cafe point to a much larger crop. Farmers elevators and the largest bank ous entertainers of vaudeville radio : : 1 ;1
opinion ,
'h i: vaults!. In New York exci'ptlnff .' '
of melons here Sunday for have said that they will i Increase : and the musical world. \
v "i- tllc i heaviest: yield Investigation t In those of tho Federal Reserve Hunk! : : i, .'
aero/ un record In Polk couln, connection with the slaying of a their acreage and those who will This change will remove the ,1' s:
tructuie represent
i uegro!'; wll! be tried in municipal\ did not will go Into cucumbers In nn The Investment new ol about J2fl.ooo.iH> aT1W4 limitations! of the stage/ einertaln- 'i ,i ,
,I Mi.iuil: Miami's gasoline price court on charges of being: Inmatesof real earnest.. It will' bo known an the hank of i if ,$: I Inert us to scenery. IIM to arllslt ); j

i tirnkp. .. out afresh recently: a gambling house. Police announced the Manhattan Company KullillnK" (1'1;'i .. obtainable, and III many other t! r
that High With The original sit, pad are, building f according!' to !Mr.Vetss.. It !
n Shaw Brnthl'l's, said to bei questioning ot! most Springs/ --- inquiries it I ways ; "j I
i largest" owners of Independent of the prisoners failed to raveal coming In from Llgget & \Myers, occupied by the. bank In 17ii'j cent I P u.i, s i .. 6'd:': would bo Impossible to br.iiK acts ,' '

tons In the Miami urea an- the I identity of the slayer who tabl American and Export tobacco companies $30.000. ,,'.. hero for [personal I appearance to ". ,. ,

lento i to 21 l bed to death Frank Carlin negro./ for samples of Alachua Tho building, whl'h11\ change '> 1y 1 t f fi compare with the start and artists 1 ; ;
the whole aspect ot Now York's "
MI-t a gallon! which: was met byi In front of the cafe. A roulette bright leaf tobacco a more optimistic financial. unction. I I..* tc occupy nearly : i < : : J of dazzling magnitude.who will be .

i:: r'i ; Curllck; : ,, who announced, the wheel, several other /Rambling; devices trend Is evident '" tobacco the wholt square bounded b> ,:, : heard and Been at the Florida under .
,ou!' price would be
''I, tittrllc-k<: illations raid. The number of prisoners I Alachua, gave as his Impression utrrals. and will adjoin the United' .' '. '< which eliminates the typo of stage

S set an all time record for a single that this would be a good Rlatrt Sub-Trt>asury and Assay I '. .' t < presentation now being!'; offered.! t,
Office which are at the corner of ,. "
rloarwuter-- -- The c'lty' t ofi raid.) season, and partially verles the optimism "I' : ----- '
Wall nod Ni-s.snu BtruiHaIt Tampa -- U. s" Phosphoric Prot I ;' :
Its second legal!' of growers. The total crop ,
< i ,it-water! won ; will b* 44 foot higher than tho liu.tn Company purchased $55,000 ,; .
Is estimated to bo slightly short ,
Ki'il"', with the Try-Mo Dot tllnI Tampa Clarence: McArthur famous Woolworth \Ilullillng. tho tract of laud on Alafla river as i
,mutually,I of Tampa yesterday In a youthful unlicensed flier throatend of last year owing to poor stand highest bulling tn the downtown 'r part of expansion project. ':;l 1
Frank llobsonii In some localities.! Some sources and KG feet higher than
T. section / '
.1 l< 1111011 by Judge I with arrest if he landed at the 1 it Store building/: erected at Caua,11';> ,
report halter than 1,000 Ibs. but tho Chrysler Hull"" Ing, now under t.
solving a temporary injunction municipal airport here, dotted authorities ''a 11 veral Harbor for occupancywlK.h by''ijj : 1
construction. In the inldtown noct- I )I It ;
la others the total will be a little ,
bottling concern to I t k
i iiiKnl the and won. He landed his this Ion h i I lt i / sale drug corporation. ) I, r
the city from t trying a short of amount. Growers ''rrCOFFINS
.i I ruin old war model "Jenny" at tile airport -- -- i '
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: May I, 1530.! the Hank of the
charges of dslrilw with whom Mr. Wheeler Iii associated Ely "3 11'1 gl, ll > 't ': : i
"link ,driver on uud nothing!'; happened. The Manhattur. Company expects to 00-1 t lI! mtmmmmICmmmmm: : > !> lf i rr ;
have already cured! In the
i ng drinks here without proper city found It had no ordinance to copy the banking quarters In tho I I CASKETS i..i". ,, ?
neighborhood of sixty barns, with about 1
building one-
"11.. mine. regulate flying. A'rport authorities now using ,
e S curing becom'ng general over the olghth of the Piulro floor space. and Full Line of ( ,
called the police\ when :Mc I a
whole district Me-antlme. It will move Into temporary .1. '. i :
LalldertJall'--l'oll'e today E ,
"Kurt Arthur bumped down the E u 1,1, ll'1 'i
upon 1 I'
otTlces( 27 and 29! Tine I "t'
nt. II Supplies' : :
the finding of a Undertakers 'e :
< 1 investigating lauding; field, and when the cops Gainesville .--. W. G. Richard( Street Tho hunk's newly aflUluted 1 t. P,j, ,
i i r.l.: I body in the black mulch arrived. the air-minded man I International, Aacpptance -
young I'ompanlrtlo {
loll, 5i!). former United, States deputy s t, .':4 AUTOMOBILE\ l .:
of Middle Illver. sj .
.. ii.u' i,the bunks soared away Into the clouds.! Ho Bank inc and the International ua : (I
i "I,lot wounds( had torn away ai said afterward he was! willing to marshal for the norlhei district Manhattan) Com puny. ( t r y: AI..n! an band Tb. II .' ..M_ :'.\i I r
of !Florida, today shot and will also be housedin tars r t the tomtit 1''''''. Upccial" 1,, I, '
i i i of the mail's chest. 1'ollce I take file freedom of the air to the Incorporated-- tention to t tvni|>H .,.t.... .
link the discoveryi killed his brolher-ln-law, GeorgeR the new building. i + tail; UGKISTEKEU KMHALMKItUEVVITT : ,\"S t
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\ "H- trying; courts and make: a test of his case. ..
Mason, 60, in the latter's office The main banking room of the s
with the disappearanceni *
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named here. Olflcers said their Investigation bank Is planned to bo one of the
t ,i Miami taxi driver rtiinnell-Lawton IJeen, )young I I
showed that the men had most spacious and beautiful In the
ililcr two I months ago I!'; hu t, I h 118 white : here STARK. FLA. }
I H; man residing near: was world. Morrell Smith, architect' for '
been quarreling over money matters
fur have not established com- in a hospital at Daytona Beach today the banking quarters In 0 t
The body and that a fight ensued. The dfa"lnll,1 I r ]fDCtttifiGfO'sOrrJfSQIB'a5t! '}!is"W tQ
plate, Identification. Buffering from I a revolver shooting folowed. Mason dying plans.Financing 5
\\.ih round by a truck driver. I wound and Arthur White, negro, : ; / tn connection with thoundertaking ------- ----
from one bullet wound. Mason was
la being handled.1 by a'
PoliiKonous I loadimils was under arrest, as was\ his wife, said to have made a dying statement banking group headed by 0, IOhratrom -. 666 ,,
Orlando -- who received a bullet wound! In Into''
that Richardson came & Co., Incorporated i iBtarrett
-'.., eaten in the ughltatdeati the thigh/ last: night about 11: his olllce and provoked the fight Brothers.. Incorporated l I Is n Prescrlpt'on for .
\\ mushrooms" 1 o'clock. t Khortly after the negro I:"' will construct the building from i
I i.i. June J Kllzubeth: Cammurk, 17. said 10 have fired upon the YOU 1"1 by assaulting him! but Richardson plans prepared by II. Craig SIV"r- '. ., -Ss' ... .. .-. .. .. .. (ColI, Grippe| | l-'lu, HeiiKiK, Itlllom '
claimed the light started byMason. t
was IUKGel.1 I liver ami. ;Mntiirla.
f Maltlnnd. With her brothers white man. The attack on [JeellIs mice with Yasuo Matsul 0.1 1i
gathered the fungi: Tliursii ben During the scuffle which ate and 8hr.'ve & Lamb as con- Architrct'l drawing of/ the arm home of the Hank/ at tint t1"nh"rt I It Is tho most speedy remedy y
had have ultogluvr unprovoked
.It.!> ( the woods. wherein said to preceded( the shooting, Richardson .a>ilitn ,I iv it a place in the negro being drunk was struck over the head witha -- .- ,t tt .
) 'mlibors had reported finding at the time. Deen, who lives near 5

iv' ii lirooms. Fifteen! minutes iifii the negro's home, hud gone to the blunt Instrument.S e NONe.eeee...1rWeeeeNt. guest of Mr.\ and !Mrs, u. N. ('rawford. fl&&

r latlng the supposed delicacies, man's house to /get some parcel }Fred II. Davis 5. \. t r v

v'uliiTtime' 111. Saturday her can which' White was supposed to have attorney Clearwater general--of Florida" Is be- : GRAHAM : Mrs. Mary Reddish, spent a few Wn can clicrfln your 8 URSa..i ;
serious and the crlt.a Ilutill all. White IYES fjSmith's fj\\
t iliiinn became brought out from 'fig requested In a latter from the o.e.e.N.ese.eseo.v.ooMrs days at Luwtey last woek with

Sunday she died. fired at him without provocation board of county commissioners c'inetlas her daughter: (Mrs. H. R. Thedo. STORAGE BATTERY In

S S e # and without warning. county to ask the circuit Rosa Jones and children Mrs. lOftle; Miner und son, Howard

Jacksonville A man identlU S s court of I this district to order of Tampa, returned Sunday after "spent' Thursday here I Iii,-

of the great highway In central Florida are and relatives. family. Stark
i.illhiK uplarlsts : the peace to turn over to the fine ; ;
iiridKtspanning the St. Johns river moving their beehives to the keys and forfeiture: fund $3100 confiscated Messrs. Alph, Aubrey and Vasco Mi and Sirs J. L. Gusklnx and Garage F a

hili', ,< this morning, plunged/ in umbeer which separate the Indian river more than a year ago.; The flaxen, Clyde Cone and Hugh Rut children, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman -

died of Injuries after he had<<1 1h from the Atlantic ocean, as the I money was taken over by Sims, ler Crosby were visitors here Sun and daughter, were visitors 1'
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"i'ii pulled from the water H. II.itornliclroth !best and most !Inaccessible haven I, along with paraphernalia, whencoup a da)'. to Highland Sunday afternoon. I III' -

a resident! of South of safety from the quarantine delurtmeuts i of alleged confidence men Mss! Edna Williams of Waldo, !\ W. I K.: Norman and son,

.lai-ksonvllle. saw Turner as the squirt guns and poison were arrested In St. Petersburg. spent: the week-end with Miss Louie, of Hellbronn, were visitors I f

latter prepared to take the 60-foot spray. One apiarist! living in I Sims has been succeeded: In ofllceby Derma Surreucy. here: Saturday afternoon !

10 l 1111 l> Into the river Herchelroth this city, kept 40 hives within the ',: a new justice of the peace. The Messrs. W. It. Thomas Klmer !Messrs. Hance and John I'ur- I (

ailed a boatman WHO sped to the confines of a No. 1 zone ever since former magistrate Is said to be Simmons and Theodore limes were rlsh were visitors to Hampton Always Better"Not

npot and managed to drag the man the knapsack sprays were put to awaiting some form of legal order visitors here Sunday nigh Beach Saturday night.

out work June 1. He reported that before giving the money to anyone Mi', and Mrs. John Reynolds ot ?, i A _

1 the fly bait was proving fatal to The commission believes 1 It Creep Cove Springs were visitors NNeeeeeeeNeeeeNeNetRising .

Okeechobce Howard McLaughUn many bees which hived In the vicinity belongs logically In the fine and here Saturday night. justa

15, .was bound dyer In of the orange groves. Others forfeiture fund and the attemptwill The farmers of this communityare ;:

iTlmlnal court, charged with] which' had a more distant i be made to have It placed to busy picking: and loading watermelons 4> Miss Iris Mcllac, Cor. slogan, or a claim that

hooting( his school teacher, Mrs range did not appear to be BufferIng the credit of that fund. A number of cars being idreeeNiNeeeeeeeeeeeee..

Mamie Lou Swainn. The shooting quite as heavy a .mortality. loaded this week. we make for CROWN L

was" alleged to have occurred at e Pulatkn-Knight of the road are Mr. If. L. ]Hough!'; was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner and

Fort Drum near here. The boy) Hartow-Sheriff's deputies and going to have a hard time traversing here Thursday afternoon. family, spent the day with the lat GASOLINE but a

was charged with having!'; laid in city police, after a 48-hour search the state owing to regulations Mr. Kill Preston of Melrose, wag ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter '

ambush and shot the school teacher with bloodhounds, expressed the governing tho campaign against a business visitor here Thursday. demons of Hellbronn Springs( fact borne out by the ; i'

with a .22 calibre rifle as she belief today that two men accused the Mediterranean fly, In the opinIon Mr. H. M. Johnson was a busi Sunday. i

rode along the highway with her of an attack on Warren Smith, a of John Glennon: Sanford i iI ness visitor to Starke Saturday.Mr. Minn! Rosa Campbell and brother record of '

husband Mrs. Swainn was said county employe, had been spiritedout I youth, who nearly lost his life asa A. G. Ilrown was a visitorto Mr. 1' lIc Campbell of Plant

in have expelled McLaughlln from of the state. Elbert Grimes I result of the restrictions. All Starke Saturday.Mrs. City,' are spending! a few days

'uhoo.1 recently. Lakeland, relative. : of one of the railroad rolling!'; stock passing Hoy Roberts and Miss Pau- with their sister, Mrs M. L. Lew

S eflartowFrank men, was in jail here, charged through the Infested zones must Hlne Mills were visitors to Starke is. CROWNGASOLINE

Randall and' with aiding their escape. Smith beolled\ and sealed!, under the Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman and 5.a

!Dallas Chestnut, sought for several told authorities that the men,, federal regulations It was explained Mr and Mrs I:d. Parrtsh and family of Vanderbilt, were visiting

days by a posse that at times Dallas Chestnut and Frank Randall Unaware of the rule, children, were visitors to Starke the latter's parents, Mr.\ und

numbered 50 men: and which was living near Lakeland, forced Clennon was trapped when the Saturday afternoon. Mrs. II. !M. McRue Sunday. tt'sp

accompanied by bloodhounds sur- him from his automobile at the car door was fastened before the Messrs. H. L, and Mac Hough Sheriff J Epperson and !Mr. W. W.lialsden .

"I'uidered today to' Sheriff Johnson point of guns on the highway,, car left Sanford. Air was almost were visitors here Saturday. passed through this see i're '

and were released under $1000 and beat him HO severely that numerous exhausted, he said before Glennon Mr. Hufus Prescott of Ziff was : ton: Monday morning. in always selling better

bond each. The two were wanted stitches were taken indmitlt's managed to gouge a small hole at a visitor here Saturday afternoon Miss (Iris Mcltae spent the weekend ,

ill conoctloii with an attack on scalp. He made his escape the bottom of the door. After Messrs. W. II. Thomas, Klmer; I with her sister, Mrs. Tullle being the choice of ,

who as the men fired arrived here the unwilling Theodore Illnea: were
Warren Smth! of Lakeland in the car the car Simmon and Norman.

\'a< attacked<< while driving his au- three shots at him. passenger! attracted the attentionof visitors hero Saturday night./; Mrs. Owen wiles of Jacksonville more motorists year ; r

'lomoblle on the highway. Smith s the officers by trying to kick the I Mr. and Mrs. R. \M. Johnson and were visiting her sister !Mrs .

was badly beaten with flats and nartow--Unable to complete! arrangements door down.Arcadia ('hlldre1were visiting Mr. and Jeff Lewis Wednesday. I after 1 ypj
the year.
'the butt of a revolver. to sell furniture in Mrs. J. C. Padgett Sunday. Mrs Tom Crawford and familyct

S New Oaks hotel here, the owners -Charged with bribery, Mr. J, A. J. McKinney of Sampson i Jacksonville, were visiting her AI? rt
There must !Homrthlng about ll that cauiw +
Fort Pierce Approximately who placed the goods. here nearly after an alleged!'; attempt to purchase was a visitor here Monday son, Mr. Zary Crawford Sunday spy
22,000 In back taxes has been four years ago on a time payment a set of questions to be used Mr. Lucian Thomas of Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. II. M.( Mcltae and the majority of motorists to demand It. That ; '
it today preparatory examination, Sam something U ..lmIIlhe right combination of it t"I
raid at the circuit cler's oOce plan began removing In a teachers' spent Saturday here. Mrs. John Anderson, were visitingMr. $
to Miami[ J. A. Parker, formerly 0. Drown and tfitalltiet iirnletl. for the best motor t<|xrallon. '
here since the> new law decreasing: /: to shipping/ Parker, alias Mr. and Mrs. A. Charlie Anderson of Johns

the Interest rate for the first yearon Reach where It has been sold to of Mlakka City, Is held under children were visiting Mrs. Delia town Sunday afternoon. 1',

tax certificates held by the a hotel under construction. The $3000 bond after his arrest here.Parker ,. Thomas of Sampson Saturday evening Remember II. Y. 1'. IT. every
Slate went into effect a few days local hotel wll close \Monday It was. arrested by Deputy Sunday night. Everybody Is Invited.

ago. One land company paid up was announced. One of the final Sheriff Frank Platt who was assisted Mr. Schell Byrd and Aubrey IN KKNTUCKV I II '

'three year's taxes amounting, with moves to keep the hotel open cameto In setting a trap by J. O.t Brlnson were business visitors to Misses Kiln J and Thelma Lewis I

Interest costs to 19423. Other fa'lure a month ago when taxpayera to Johnson, county superintendent of Lawtey Monday afternoon. returned home Tuesday after 45/ a' tlw

'lan for $100,000 to buy received a letter offering to buy Planning a Motor Trip ? s'Send
holdings In the county, on some bond the city Nee HeeeNweeeNeeee: In Plant City
of which taxes have not been paid. the hotel and furniture completeand a set of the questions to be used Mr.\ Zary Crawford was transacting :

for several years, will likewise lease it to a qualified opera- In 1 the examinations held here last 1 : Bootse"'s Beach : business In Jacksonville Mon-' in this coupon _: i r
week. Johnson reported to theteriff's .
pay up it la anticipated resulting tor. eeNeNeeweeeeNeON. day.
Instructed #
In the return to the tax roll of In, office. He was Misses Mary and Candacy Alvarez I... ... Ih..dud 011 T...,., ft.r.l... / i J {, I
much property In the country. Gainesville-Following an to answer the letter, asking the Miss Frankle Lou Murrhee went and Misses Ida Mae and rnt It for yw*,1M.( ..*mad .....-... I 'n 4
S S dlctment for murder by the grand man, Parker, to call for the questions to: Hellmore Saturday where she Edith: Conner attended Sunday'. 1..1 n M.y doruH ee / ( l
today : here today. i w..r n u. r HK.I.>l..hITlnnn.... ..- --. When Parker came John- will be the guest of relatives for school here Sunday morning morn wento ...J.. In .... run ( i Tampa--Judge Akerman jury and private full of .... gl .
envelope .I..d fro of btrgMt. .
operator gave an several days, I visiting *
d''! and motion to i local real estate lion Mr. J Frank Norman was
Idled a demurer ... ...
to the handed Fill out and m
confined The man and children .u
blank paper. Mrs. Jean Gasklns : i itT
indictment detective, In this section: Sunday. '
quash counterfeiting / 1' t ,
a t
ball. Richardson $5 bill Deputy Platt, Willlard J. B., Fisher andVrgle 1..J..oupoo'o ,
Sidney J'I county jail without Johnson a Darby, -e---- / f
against: former GOT. ;
and the who shot and killed his at the door of the superintendent'soffice spent a few days last week Plane completed for construction -
ratU' in federal court, to arraign brother-in-law, George F. Mason, witnessed the transaction near Montlcello, the guest of Mrs. of canning factory at Tarpon
government/ prepared
then attorney In the former's' office I and made the arrest. Gasklns' niece Mrs. Lewis Shotfold. } Springs.( ,
the defendant. Indicationthat local been at liberty S S will be fluff!: Ocklawaha canal
would be last Friday, had Mrs Sheffield re- Moss -
a determined fight $10,000 bond pending action -I Fort Myers $25,000 garage latmbered here as Miss! Lois Hos being widened and deepened between -:
made In behalf of the defendant on I I II
grand Jury. State's will be built at Day and Dean ier. here and Starke's Ferry i

"aa Seen by court officials In an of the J. C. Adklns, who had j streets I Mr. and Mr!; Riley Johns and Key Largo Plans underway

list effort' of of the defense witnesses to obtain to be a Attorney been confined to hs! home for sev- Sanford'a. First Christian church children: of Hellbronn, spent Saturday for piping fresh water supply to I 1 rr'' jx ld

government account of Injuries\ formally! dedicated. night! and Sunday here the resident of this place.
tailed If the case goes to trial, and eral days on 1 I

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1>. c'. 41'ISD'rni! DAY sickness towels to where be loaned they in are cases needed.of RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE, STARKE FLORIDA And the Bank {

After the meeting adjourned, i

The W. T Weeks Chapter U. the hostess served Ice cream and I SUGAR 10 Pounds 51c

s D.the-Dny C.. had party A tin! tit Wednesday enjoyable speiul-at cake. 4, I I'I GRANULATED-- I II t I Underneath the smoking

I of 1II/otn/otf'nwnt: / / of JM| Niisun Al- : IIEBESTST chimneys of Industry the
th> delightful; summer cottage;
Mr and Mrs. L. H Hill. Berman) and Mr. Janus' K. C]. LARD -COMPOUND 2 Lbs. 25c :

After a delightful/; picnic luncheon Mahornor Aimor.iircd products of a nation are being ,

the <')lia pier held a business Mrs. John Danlal Alderman announces I((1 forged of molten gold... -
meeting/; with the president Miss r r EVPOTATOES5Pounds,13c{ i :
Amelia Ray presiding/;, and Mrs. A. the engagement o' her I
the lifeblood of the modern
Z Adklns transacting; the duties daughter Susan Elizabeth! to !Mr I

Of tocretary, Miss Ethel Griffin, Cllennon Mahorner the y
James K. 11FST
treasurer, rend her report, and 1 RICE---- 5 pounds 25c community suppliedwill
wedding to be an interesting event WHOLE GRAIN -
Mi'-g Ollvo Ray, registrar, also .
made a report. Mrs, K. A. Weeks, of Juno 1 15. : t ingly -by this Bank.
The above announcement
historian rend an Interesting paper be read with cordial interest I lA' I MATCHES 2 Packages 15c : r

: on announced Jefferson Davis.thnt tho The chapter president the many friends of Miss Alderman l { {! Bank of Starke l

and Mr. Mahorner in Florld:111 I f
would take a summer vacation and
s. regular business meetings; would and Alabama. II i ,\V JIOXOU ItOl.T) IIAMC J"1Why
MIsH Alderman Is the eldest CORNED BEEF 1 t'1' NIT Can 23c i
not be resumed until October. Theday's daughter! of Mrs John Daniel Alderman ,
pleasure closed with a swim i
and the late !Mr. Alder
In the lake and later ice nen maud I

.' delicious home-made cake. man and her has home.always She made was Jacksonville grad- I PEANUT BUTTER JZ'1f/JEON '
Quart Jar 45c
Mrs Hill's guests were: Mesdames :
R. A. Weeks, J. W. An uated from Duvul High school and j'
her education at the
"drews. Jr., W. L. Wall, W. (iIleile completed II,
iy Florida State College for Women i
E. L. Biggs.; Oeo. C. White FRENCI/'S I

A, ,Z. Adklna. Effie Miner. J. M. in popular Tallahassee member, where of the Chi she Omega was a'I MUSTARD .PREP A RED 2 Jars, 25c i I

s Brownlee S. E. Brownlee, W. E. .
,, Torode, S. L. Peek O. L. Haynes, I
Mahorner, who is the son
,0. L. Beasley, M. E. Edwards GRADE LOOSE : '
of Mr. and Mrs. Mathias M. Ma COFFEE Pound 28c
: Misses Olive and Amelia Ray, Eth EST GROUNlJ i
J't I horner of Mobile Ala., has made iI
ltiiBlancharll Florence Matthews Enza Jacksonville hia home for the last I the
it ,
Blanche Alderman -
Mrs. C. C. Iloppe, of Tampa, Mrs i two years. He attended Spring I
I Hill college in Mobile, and was OCTAGON SOAP POWDER 6 for 23c I
Jordan of Wlldwood. graduated from the Harvard law -

Cambridge, Mass. ,
school at I

rlC'N1CT: KINCJSI.KY: lie is a member of the Seminole f 'With the Purchase of I Can of 'or [ Fordis
t club and the Revellers, and is a Free tan Dawn
Members of Mrs. R. A. Weeks lawyer in the offices of Giles J. Ol DRANO at Regular Price ZtC :

and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton's Sun- Patterson, attorney
day school classes motored to Prior to their marriage, Miss

Week cottage on Kingsley lake Alderman and Mr. Muhorner will SUPER SUDS -3for27c f I such
- - - a
Tuesday afternoon for their annual be complimented at a series of delightful strong

: picnic parties.-Times-Union.
The young people spent a pleasant !Miss Alderman has a numberof

;n time swimming and playingotltdor friends In Stuike, having visited TOILET ?k-? 1KW: - -3 for 17 C

games, followed, late in hero on several occasions, She is I and
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W Alderman --- ----- -
Mr. O I --
; the afternoon by a picnic lunch. a niece of 1-

Those present were:: Louise and .

Fenella Snyder Elhollii White, It'HIHOI'.UOU"'IIf: : phlne Chesserot Jacksonville spent I'lltST CHRISTIAN CHfRC'J 'l

.' 'Dorothy Hitch, :Murla! Weeks, Lula The San Antonio (Texas) Evening Sunday here with friends and -
,. Redgrave Sarah Hope and Georgia News of May 10th, carried tives. I'ela-I Bible School end communion ,
1t car
Katherine Haynes Lois Long, tho following announcement of Miss! Lubedla Pinholster attended services each Lord's Day at 10
Lois Adklns, Annie Murrhee, Rebecca the marriage of Mr. Alan H. Par- o'clock.
,' Rooks, Marjorie Stump W.T tridge and Miss Irla Louise God teachers examinations in Starke Church nervines morning and

'- Weeks John James Rooks win. Miss Godwin resided in last week. evening of t the drat Sunday in cwocowces:

'Marvin Rooks, Julian Peek, Eu- Starke at one time and Is knownto Mr. and Mrs. John Mott were each month, by the pastor, Bro Phone 100 ('.\\()\'.\ I'll' .IKM.U'V
Kane Sullivan, \Voocl n and JackY many Bradford county )people.! transacting business in Starke Dixon! of Jacksonville. (
Halle, Billy Graham and A. E. "Mrs. Partridge before her mar- last Saturday. iI I i iI
y Marcus and O. t i it
Messrs. Cpnerly I
Lf ,Wall 1, Miss Iris Lou- "
} Ay riage on May was ,
.l. !Mott were visiting friends in IlAl'rfST
y: ------0 IBO Godwin, daughter of Mrs. M. ,
Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. -
.&. TWKNTIHTH:: CE.NTVRY CLV1IjiKirrs O. Godwin of Gainesville, Fla. and Mrs. Rims and children Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. F :, ah if i
i' The marriage took place at 6 I)
I spent Sunday afternoon In The- Kick liter. supt. f 4'4'a
o'clock In the afternoon in the f
t and ressu with friends and relatives. Worship at 11 a. m and 8 p. m.
Roses and daisies were used to home of the bride's uncle There was small" fire hero last Junior B. Y. p, IT. leader, Mrs, ,
decorate the home of Mr. and Mrs aunt Ma], and Mrs. Bloxhum Saturday when the roof of !Mrs. T. Raymond will meet at 7 p. m. }

d. L. Peek on Thursday evening Ward, with whom she has spent P. Ward's home caught by a spark Mid-week service at 8 p. m. 1$11trat ",

',:when; they entertained friends and the past winter. from the chimney. The alarm was Wednesday.
of the Twentieth Century "Hov. John W. Derby read the ,
? members given before the the lire did any
|:dub, complimentary to their houseguest marriage ]lines. The bride wore a damage, and was quickly put out. American Duntlle-Duntex Company -
| :Mrs. R. 1'. Jordan of Wildwood two-piece gown of primrose clilf-
,. Mr. Lonnle Parker a citizen of will (construct brick plant In
of the
hat same
fon, with a picture
15Ir.! and this community was united In mar- Jacksonville at coat of between '
Salted nuts were served on the bade After May last Saturday to Miss Vivian .
riage $50,000 and (10.000.(
>tables during the play at the close) Mrs. Partridge will"be at home at Sowell of Lacrosse We all wish .ln;
', awarded to '135 Schley avenue.
of which prizes were them many congratulations for u
Mr Wyman and Mrs Sternberg, I happy and successful future. THE manner in which electric weldinghas

holders of high scores and to Mrs' ......................... Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morgan were May-Tag Home
1 Beasley and Mr. Stump holders of visiting her sister Mrs. Smith of been developed;;: and used in the new
,\ low. Mrs. R. P. Jordan, honor :. Sampson City last Monday.THERESSA .
guest! was given a box of dusting :tile Prairie Gnliicy. .. .- -- LaundryNEAR SaleDUNLOP Ford is in itself one c, the wonder talcs:
: powder.. ............0........... ............. .......... PARK of industry.
The hostess served her guests CITY

frozen fruit salad cheese wafers Mr. M. }<'. Hazeu from Hawthorn : : Wet Washes, \5c Ib. Without
here with his increasing weight it pcrmils
4 spent ,
| peklea! and lea tea Miss| RluKla :Zelgler, Cor. r.
Dry Washes 7c Ib.
M. Hazen. ,
Mr. and !Mrs K.
Those present were: Mr. and parents the
,. 'Mrs. R, P. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. II. P. Oalney and Norman )..... o ........ Complete Washing .usm Ill use of steel l forgings instead of stampings -
f fill'' : N Sternberg, Dr. and Mrs. E.) L. Parrlsh were transacting business: NMr.. and( !Mrs. L. R. Cooper and Starching and Ironing15c COMMNYMN Y... or castings, with resulting increasein
Klggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews in Starke last Saturday children, of Jacksonville, visited lb.
Jr., Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss Florene Ward "spent Thurs-
afternoon and
r here Sunday strength simplicity.
their 'parents One-piece
{ t... Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Iloppe of Tam day In Starke attending to business Blankets, Quilts, Coveralls ,

.,, pa, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Maguire Mrs. !Maggie Sutton of Gaines- Mr. John Jordan and sister, Lots 25c each. swam f units are used where formerly several
,r of Plainfield, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. ville was visiting here last Friday and Otto DuBose of Mcltae, were Prices: eosDDam' 21

Fred F. Stump Miss Ethel Griffin,. and was accompanied home by visiting at the home of Mr. and --- separate parts were bolted or riveted
Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal Wyman, her mother, Mrs. Mott. R. Swindell last Sunday afternoon 10 per cent off at 17
1' lt< Miss Mabel Weller J. J. Truby. 111Paul:: Stewart, T.transacting P. Ward !Mrs. S. Laundry 1_ together.

is '1 and Guy Harrell were Mr. J. J. Zeigler and Miss Rhoda Free demonstration May- I
last Friday. TIRES This has
business In Waldo an important bearing on It
reliability -
,t 1.I'WOnTIl: U .\Gl'lo: Mr. Ford of Starke wise trans- Zeigler were attending to businessIn Tag Washer in your ,
i 11 ,ITS: OFKICKRSPreceding last Friday. Starke last Monday. home I and
acting business here Miand !Mrs T, B. Trlest, Mr. with no obligation.J good performance and is '
Mr. and Mrs. Brlnkley Hayes
the devotional exer- of Starke were transacting business James Trlest and Mr. W. T ZelgleI' W. YoungManager also one of the reasons why the new Fordis
cises of the Epworth League at here last Friday. were business visitors to

|-; the Methodist church Sunday evening -! Miss Louise Crews of Waldo, Mrs A. L. Sullivan and Miss such a strong and sturdy car. More

!:, officers for the next year spent the week-end here with Gainesville last Friday Starke;Florida *
were elected as follows: friends and relatives.Mr. Hilda Sullivan were bus'neus! visitors there is simply steel forgings, in fact, are used in the
President-Mr. J, If. Bitch Jr transact to Gainesville Saturday. FOLKS
Emery Hazen was in riding on '
Vice President-Mrs. J. H.Rltch. ing business In Lake Butler last Mr. and Mrs. Jake Cartresson dangerous tires when new Ford than in almost any other car, t
of Keystone Heights,
Jr. and
r Friday. you might be riding in regardless qf In least little
Secretary and Treasurer-Miss Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thomas of were visiting her parents, comfort on new bonded every

Hazel Epworlh Adkins.Era Agent-Miss Lois here Lacrosse with spent their Saturday daughter afternoon, Mrs. Sunday.Mr. J. E. Adklns of Hampton, c'f .r guaranteed Dunlops. detail, 'you. are buying real quality when

Mr. and Mrs, J, J.
Colley. was visiting
Ralp Hazen.Mi the
buy Ford.
Supt. of Junior Work-Miss '. A. L. Green and son Earl Zeigler Tuesday.Mrs. Exchange old tires for .you new ,' .. .
Mrs. E. ;'I\:\ ,
Annie Mae Pearce and Mrs. II. Oalney attended Cora Sullivan and I
t It was voted not to disband the church at Little ,Springs last Saturday J. Sullivan and little son of Waldo BONDED and guarantecelDUNLOPS Roadster, #450

% league for the summer months were visiting Mr. and hire J. J. f Phaeton, $460 Tudor Sedan, p525
a, Mr. Lonnie Parker and Mr. Clyde Zelgler'{ one day last week

t C1RCLK: :MKKTIMJH): : Kelley were visiting in Lacrosse Mrs. G. W. Hinson and little Dashes from "Business Coupe, $525 Coupe, $550

last Saturday daughters, Odell and Alma, Mr. Pulpit to Fire! Sport Coupe, with rumble seat, $550ForJor
Tho three Circles of the Baptist Mr. L. H. Gainey and daughter, Bert Hlnson and Mrs. George Let u* tell you about Dun-

1 W M, XJ, held a union meeting at Lois were transacting business In Rhames and daughter Hazel, left t'p .tn Nw Fnntutt! il.rI..to a p....".. lops-the tire built to stand Sedan, $625
the home of Mrs. W. it!. Edwards Lawtey last Wednesday.Mr. last week to visit relatives In *illi .....1| for DcT.-fiKlil'i,' >*. lie' |I. anhonorary abuse,then bonded and guaranteed (.Ill Draw. /* o 6. drfrpff/ pI,.. ."..". for freight tnjtai /i .'7< Dumper
Monday afternoon. The program) A. A. Hazen of Gainesville. Tampa tlrpwrlmrnl.member whkh..lfnl of the. him regular from A-hi. against abuse.Backed .,... lire an 1...)

i, f wan given by Circle No. 2, Mrs. O. was visiting friends and relatives Mr. W T. Zeigler spent lastweekend errant.* nn, ftumUjv M lb* apparatus ing by an Surety iron-clad Bond sweep-
In Jacksonville with '.nt rnhlq. h" guarantee
I Raymond, leader. here last Sunday that covers you against blow
i The topic was Christianity's Misses Lois Galney and Lubedla friends and relatives.Mr. I **.....,** K. MJ,>.. **10 .ywmymoiu wllh out, accident, collision rim-
contribution: to the world progress. Plnholster were transacting business G. W. Hlnson was In Hampton the. .ubllrttVM / ... It Mt. a| UMhr smash .almost every con-
Mrs. Gee White and Mrs. J, II.I In Gainesville last Saturday. on business last Monday.Mr. fttfl.l rl both.he for"* II b.a.k..us. W. MOM* ceivable tire hazard ... even
I. Pinholster of and Mrs. Dryden Throwerof if you know the trouble is
Lord, assisted the leader with this Mr. and Mrs Guy
1 F.. ... .l _| Ar. U W. for fault.
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. rne ptl I* your
Interesting after which Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith .
program rm*l. >4 the business meeting was held. friends and relatives.Mr. Davis of Starke, were visiting Mr. will| -... your,.-l", from Sr. Drop in today.of Read the. a specimen ( J. W. Andrews, Jr.

The box of clothing for the little Fred Hazen of Gainesville and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler last Wednes- ter. Bond.copy Find out the deuils Surety of

., girl at Arcadia was completed, spent Sunday here with friends day afternoon. his great trade-in( JJ'cr.STERN'S Starke Fla.
also the box to be sent to the hospital and relatives Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sumner and J. R. DAVIS & CO. :
,y.. In China. Mr. Hugh Butler Crosby and and daughter, Eugenia of Oviedo,

.I'',' x. At the July meeting to be held Mrs. A. L. Crosby were transacting were visiting Mrs. Sumner'a uncle INSURANCE GARAGE
'C' -,: ,at the home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot business 'In Starke. last Saturday Mr. M. T. Wallace a few day last

.,' ,,. a shower will be given to week while enrout\ to their homeIn STARKE FLORIDA .
vide sheets pillow cases and Misses UlIma. Ward and Jose- Vienna, Ga
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.1.) PowtMl IH the contractor I According to a HCWH item In 1"OmIYTIlSU !DINKI.VS' <',\1tI) 0'' THANKS: VO'rll'F' ': OK Trui:; : n.i/: .VTIOVTh j I' i t t

.. Jacksonville Journal of Tuesday TO :SIKMT: Jl'LY .,UICTII. .
-- --- -- the ": .* boartl ..r fiMiixy mnrnlHHlonTM \
r Mr. and !Mrs.\ D. Boreo and family Postmaster Hows and familyof The Woodmen; f'ircli1. Slnrku "f llrailfniil iriuntv, Klurlila, will "a v t
I the rnurthau.In Ih clerk'sunioc ,, '
Bits of of Jacksonville spent several Jacksonville! are upending\ their ('It bc'n lu ( Grove No. 278. wishes to thank > !Monday July I, ITI29. an aheari j !
days with relatives In Starke last summer vacation! at Klngtdey of Lhw14'y t 'unjunctiooVItlt :Mr. Hutto, Mr Bennett, Miss Inez 1 of equalizers fur the piiriiomi i I'
a .....',,1 National 011".14.ILIC'U. 'it liuitrliiff f.ftmplalntH' I niid recelvInir -
week. Lake I Abernatbey and the Misses Hund i testimony\ UH to tlu vuluu nf any I
(o Stage/ Bout lit real mixed) .. I'
ley for the music selections rendered property or pprttonitl ni
lixcil' liy the tux annum. for the I I r
: JVIiiftHlojIako/ HH
local *JVISM$ Mr. and Mrs II. L. Epperson and Mrs. Laura O.: CreiiKhaw retu..nII'd I May 28th at the North Florida year 193i: against the owner" or 'J J t
: Dist. No. Woodmen Circle of such .
children Sunday from Charlotte N. C., I agents J property.J. I
: of Jacksonville spent (J, ( RI3W8.Chairman I
Sunday with !Mr.\ and Mrs. \V. J. where she attended the annual' Whllo these boys have never meeting of Ltoartl. i j !}
Concerning Our People, Business and i Confederate Veterans Reunion and, Attest:: I' t
Epperson.Mr met, each \
possesses an impressive u W. 1.))":'UIAN a
Progress of the County and Town. was the guest of \Mrs. L. S. Hut- f record. Fonsyth In hlmlast battle PRKSIIYTKRIAV: ('lttrk and Auditor. 0-M-31-0-J8: ," I',
., and Mrs. \..... A. Scott, who( to for several days before leaving' here, held Kid Kills: among the" I I ,. ,
'!'() 1111".VNl l''Oil,1'11. '- I '
for her home In Coleman.Mr.
........" ..." .,....,.,...,..................................... I spent last week here with his parents bust of Jacksonville lightweights 10 a. in. Sunday school J. M. .1'IFy.: 1'11: !"W-'I'. .
; Levitoon returned O : : ca ta caM < ======= r252.5Z5'ua ue Mr. and !Mrs\ F, A. Scott, left I to a draw while IJInkins ut 128 Truby Bupt. Healed propnHiilii;;;; "":will be! rocilvirtt ,I"
Friday Mrs. Monday for \ and SirsVILn Iloltzen- 11 a. m. Morning; worship, sermon ; I: II.
AI I. C A. Knight. and Mrs J. Lexington Ky. pound, scored nt 21 second( >y the Iliiurd of lioml TrutoeH of tie 'I r t
E. Corpenlng: dorf returned homo Monday fromltnrtuw knockout K. O. by the pastor. "Hitter Springs city of Mturke. Floil.la. nnlll 2JOo'clock : : "" ? ,J'
tent Springs.:! were shopping In over Hilly Stone l I'. in. i"n July Ifith for u"ll- I tr"nl Jacksonville Monday Col. D. E. Knight spent the where they attended the a very good featherwelK'-t. on Life's! Trull. flee eg0lfmeet"| llntt-d. .below, Tho \,1 Y Yopen I 4,
funeral of Mrs. Jlotzf! >ndorC'. father ; t'tly rinnil Trustees will at that time j' t
\V. J. Epperson was In week-endt In Punta Corda; where Dink,in!' was outweighed; 10 7 p. 111 Christian Kndeuvor.; i, end rend puhllt'l1111/ |proposals| \ 1,(
u.nir ) Jr.Muhmit '
yi I Mr. (I. P. Jones whose death Topic "The Price of Voluntary '. 1
he culled pound then and Ferny will have ted. ;
business. Col. was busi
,. Monday on and Mrs. 1 K.: M Johns on professional ;
G.III1',, Mil came occurred in Atlanta. Ga.. last Chrlslluii Service." 1 complete. unit tn Ki-niTalr' npl.riixlniutelv 1 ;}
at least I '
home from Tallahassee for the ness. mi equal advantage in J50 K. \\'. nf clwctrlciilrnvrffy. f.f : (
week-end. Thursday.Paul weight; but Ulnklns assures 11111SIlPIIOl.ters S 1''. m. !Evening worship, song 'an three. phase 2300 volt cm '1; tr,
Ml., IPllrge;, Roberts of Lawtey, : -- and sermon. rent acid to bo operated hv crude 11',',$a. \'.
Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Wall petit sped and( 1 till Inlornnt comtiuNtlnn! oimlnn. 't "
, ?,-iim111 Knight will I leave Saturdayfor Prayer meeting Wednesday ',"
,'iI-.1 the week-end JackKonvllle punch will more than offset(; the every A curtlnwil chock for IS per i-nt i.fI h
--- Mrs. Oa 0. Muus of St. Aug- at Winthrop College Rock Hill evening at 8 o'clock. Its I amount shall accoinpunv each bid ",
ustine Beach with Mr.\ and Mrs. W. M. weight he Is giving Forsyth but 1 Hindu payBlil tn the I "-.a .;' I""
Ml, ,. i li.i-fiice. find Jlisc Klzahl'i was guest of Mrs. J. J E. S. C., where he will enter theMaster.s the rubber man from Stnrko Is You will always find a warm Trustees City of Stnrkc Florida' Iii "t''I \ ;I'I'aM

,,, ,I':' \1It11". 'wx> spent Tuesday InN Corpening several days this week. Walnwrlght. School of Music for the sure: that he can take all Dlnklua welcome at this church pert H gruiiranteu of the lildder.of good fnilli. on the I il..'1'a, I :

I", h ,,'II ilil'. sx: weks summer course lie will cnn offer, 'then put him away --. Thu hoard, of bond, t trustees reserves i
Mrs. T. J, Crlffln. Mrs. N. T. Judge and \Mrs. A Z. Adkins mnke the trip with Prof and Mrs. This bout Is for 10 rounds but Lake Worth the right to njfit t any 01 ail .. i i,l .
:MrsT O. J.. lleasley Ultch null sons are visiting their and children and Mrs. M I':. Edwards : WhlttlnKton of Jacksonville --- Splllwny bridge hiss. :.4.: V
., ,1 Dorsey mi ono expects( it (10 go the limit.Thl'I'e over Went' Palm UPIU! canal nt J T (jnill.KV.:
'1'' ,II',, M-nil' days In Gainesville site, Mrs L. R. Jordan at Oviedo. Tuesday.motored to Gainesville College of Music in their car. will\ be 32 rounds of boxIng northern, limit- of city and Dixie ''I 'r"UHI""H.('hnlrinnn>'llv, of Utinitl soon< uf', KinTTIHT lfoit.(l I ," ''I J.

III, > ht '< Good prttlmlnuri() \( between Highway; will ho widened \ : :
I'. .\. l.'rrrn' ( i ricik\ t 1.11---1:1 1 1 [ : .
:Sire Klynu. Mrs. WlllloTurner
Miss; }':dl111 Hutto la spending a : George well tn arc'!hed boys I-'Irst> bout Jacksonville $100.tut I baking, __..__. I ;
\11,, \\ A Stern and daughter, while with her sister Mrs. A, II. Mi-, and Mrs. J. W. Carlton of Mrs. Kmma Cnnovu anddaughter !starts nt 8 p m sharp Admission( I plant of Arnol) linking Company Melbourno'H airport now has t 'f
!Mrs. U. J. Davis spent Jacksonville' were the guests of Eunice, motored to r r
Llll( ,, :and' Hall in Jacksonville. $1.00 ; no reserved seals. ,rpeited-! telephone communication I arrvice.iill' f l :
'\lu ,d i.v,, 'ii Jacksonville shopping. I Judge and Sirs A. Z. Adkins Jacksonville! Wednendny Mrs. Cu- i -- -- .: ,

Mrs J. P. Mack Is spending( the Tuesday.Mrs. nova and Eunice will spend the -'-" I --, '-- J.___ ?; "" ;',,; I
Ml", D) .1. Griffln Miss I Ethel< week with relatives In Sylvester week-end there with relatives.Mr. 1.1 : I kI

and Miss Madge,; Middleton Oa. !\ C. C. Hoppe who has been -----
vt nrlflii'riiiMl,! Calnesvllle Monday. visiting her sister, !Mrs\ O. L. and \Mrs. J. F.'Colley had as When I I We\ We Mean 1 :

Hev. K. ]cooks went to Miami Rensley, left Sunday for Tampa their guests for the weekPIlIlII'!\ .

Mrs".I I E. Corpening and Miss Tuesday to attend the annual con with her husband who came up and Mrs.\ J. K. Robinson Virginia Say Specials ; :

SliulB Mlddleton motored to Jacksonville ference of the Methodist\ ; church for the week-end. Fugate and \Mr. Frank Hall of 1 Special ) i

\ Tuesday afternoon.Mr -- Ocala Mrs. L. A. Carter of Jacksonville .
Miss\ Padgett MissMaudeMitchel Mrs.!\ N. Sternberg' Ruth Stern- \Sir Rex Robinson and oj ']" "' ,

II. C. Ultch spent ThursdayIn were visitors to Gaines- berg' Hazel Adkins Annie \Mae Mr. and Mrs.\ Ray Colley and fam- .

!Calnesvllle; with her parents ville Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Pearce, Owen Orlmn and Sammy ily of Wildwood

Mi and !Mrs. }<". II. Demaree. Slernberg motored to Jacksonville PILLSBURY FLOUR : MAXWELL HOUSE ii" 1

\ L. A. Davis spent Sunday in Sunday. Miss Claudia Rllchrtst accom- !}.
Miss Freclrlka Struth And Miss I Fernandina with his mother Mrs.L. -- '
Mildred Hall are visiting relatives A. Davis Sr. Miss Ethel Crlllln and Miss panied by her sister, !Miss\ Agnes : Pounds 1.10' ;; 'j i

[ and friends, In Jacksonville. Blanche Alderman motored to McOuffy of Columbia. S. C. who i 12 Pounds He HOUSE j
has been visiting her for several :
Griffin! 'J1
Mrs. II. V. Knight has us her 6 Pounds I '
Lauderdale ... .. 30c ;
\ for Ft. -
days left !Monday --- -- ----- --- I
\IlKS Cnssle: White and Miss guests!:!, Mrs. W.V.. Barton and tered the summer school the UnI- visit theirmother. One PoundThree /Be' '1,1''(I'I, 'J
Ollvl' Hay visited Jacksonville son, Hilly of Wilmington, Del. versity of Florida.Mr. '. __ where. they SPECIAL Also All Next Week Pounds $U1 '1:1:
Monday j.\\
Leslie Futch t of Leenburg, Is !\ and !Mrs. C, F. Hoover and ,!

,Churn, velvet beans Spanish visiting his grandparents Mr. and son Don are visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Ward Macrlcnny.!\ former SALT 1 WHITE{ i ,,
pe e.i'iuH!! and! field peas. J. F. Kick :Mrs. 0.V.. Aldermun. J, C. Coffee In Arcadia nnd before county nKrlcutttfral agent for
returning to Stdrke will spend several RAfflM\ STREAK O' l EAN.
III''! Bradford county narrowly escaped
( P OUfii rl17
:Miss[ Mary rtrownlee returnedfrom days with :Mr. and )Mrs. Cyrus fatal Injury enroute to his home Dll 'STREAK 0' PA1' 1 C ,,

\\ A Shands. state highway DeLan.VellnelHlllY.. where Hoover in Miami. from Jacksonville Sunday afternoon

,imiH, ..lnner nf Gainesville was a she visited Col. and Mrs.. J. K. --- ----- when his roadster struck a FRESH SIlll'J.JRN1'rOST t'I 1x t i '
Mr. S. 8. Dowllng and daughter
VI1 1 ic, i t"i Starke Tuesday. Fut<'ll. telephone pole iieui Baldwin IHn
Nettle and Mrs. W. S. Stroman re- car skidded( on the wet road when TOASTiES
l \\ Alvarez of Jacksonville, Msa! !Madge Mlddleton returned turned( Tuesday from Jacksonville he attempted! to pass another car - 3 Packages 25c

'",,1 i I'' I ml days of this week inS Sunday from Chattnlioocbee, where they were guests of Mrs 'He had a deep gash near t the Jugular J\ )Jf

01'' l 1. \\ ,uh t relatives!'! where site has l been' visiting! Stromnn's daughter Mrs James vein a fractured elbow and .

fricndo. Godbuld. ,,sundry cuts and bruises! :, when examined MEDIUM WEIGHT ASSOIlTEPI.gs.: < .
H I v lli-nfroe of New River, was at the office of Dr. W D.

a IIM' m"i visitor to Starke Tues Mrs W. i I':. ddleton.: Miss Hazel Friends of Mrs. J. L. Wickham ''llrlimou of Baldwin lie was later IlOO I 43c JELLO 25c
of her critical
will regret
duo !Mlddleton\ and Mr. Gerald\ carried to a Jacksonville hospital
illness. at her home north of
visiting relatives I
Mlddleton are ; for treatment.
v.ind. Mrs. A..A.' Ild'!! o]! in Stnu.r ..Ll\ls weak.! Stark Her condition require I 'Water Ground Medium .
Hampton were visitorstcT? 'Starke the constant condition or1'/ phy'slchur !"

M' nd'q.' '; Mr. and Mrs. \V. I.. Edwards, and traced: nurse.A. :::1 MEAL or GRITS 6 Pounds 21c

!Mrs.\ J. S. Johnson and son of Say it with i ,
J. Thomas attended the Exchange -
I l'i, 'in jal'H. (caps rubbers vlne- Jacksonville, spent Sunday in
ger in hulk and pickling spices. J. Starke with relatives. Club meeting In Jacksonville Flowers For All I
r Kickllier. I Wednesday. At this session SWAN DOWN' A GOOD J

.---------- M.1.. and Mrs. Edward Hums, states presidents were of present clubs from and three plans" Occasions Cake Flour 33c RICE 5 25 i t
Miss| Mabel motored Weller to and Jacksonville Mr. J. J. ,: made |for the October convention. Pkg. - Pcmfo; ti

GfNT A WORD% Trilby Tuesday. Gertrude Godbey 1 11 I INEI'r1TLAN7'IC
Mr. and Mrs.! W. II. Hoffman Anderson

Mrs L. Wyman and daughter, and Mr. and !Mrs. J. C. Roberta of S, .a,
COLUMN Ruth will leave Saturday for Boston Clearwater. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack TenPell11lj Boxes
Texas were Phone 39 Waldo Fla.FLORIDA I
months visit Jerks of San Antonio MATCHES
Mass., for several !1 -- To -4Pkgs.,25c
week-end guests of !Mr.\ and Mrs., Packages .
| Flea< IUCNT Furnshed! cottage with relatives.Mrs. .
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'Kmesley! lake. J. F. Klcltliter: \V. L. Wall
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A. H. Harley, Jr., and little -----------
Fill, in good Robinson ..af SWEET' CLOVER CREAMERY
AI.I3Steel range "on, A. H. Jr., of Lawtey spent Miss! Vera Claire
sad Phone 47 C-7-21 in Jasper return Baking Powders
non--- -- Wednesday In Starke the guestsof ter a week's visit: u '
J. M. Davis. Wednesday and was accompanied -
:Mr. and Mrs
KENT --< Downstair upartm. by two of her (cousins Miss BUTTER RU Jl POUD'S i ;
nt with large; sleeping porch. and Miss Pauline
Katherlne.Lewls .
MM r'. II. Walnut St. It. T. J. Alderman has begun workon A "Sound" Institution 1He ,
Long .
Corbett. who will spend a wh.lo: 1 Pound Can :27 c
, Tenth street
-- his new home on
Foil SALE: Good 4-room house near the high school building C. ,-here.PLODDERS---. ------- I I, Per Pound48c 1.2 Pound Can I It

porches garage, good pump ......, r. ]
Pound sc
'1'1 lose, in 1000. Sterl Courtney. ---.a.
6-7-4t 1 SPECIAL Also All Next Week Also All Next Week{ .'


; ary Strawberry Plants-Arkansas -

Missionary. O. C. Cason : CIIANEY-LUPEVELEZ I

Starke. It* M-C: STOPF ; 4. 4

FOR SALE plants- from Missionary the nursery.strawberry I In \ I :

This year's stock. See W. M.Mcmden. "Where East is East" WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY J ', sr'rl
Starke. 1-
1 c-.Vc,' :Mnt. & Evening: I 10 SUr ,In,",,","' t t
WANTEDPoultry)\; 25 cents per .
pound paid on delivery to express WEDNESDAY --- ,

platform, Starke Tuesday '' ,!
'" ))ft. It. H. CARROLL] 1
morning. Rosenberg Poultry & "Hard Roiled Rose" I
Produce Co., St. Augustine Dentist J 1 ''
I '
5-31-41. \ Vltnplionr Talking I'lc.t urn Over corp Drug Store 1,

;j With I rhono 3:. ,,its ,
WANTED Green corn, will pay BUSTER Olllco hours: t O to 5.
'11,00 per crate for fancy green ;, MYRNA\ LOY & 14 FULL PAGES MAGAZINES FEATURES

corn> packed in wire hound COLLIER .. .
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crates. J. L.. Harrell Lawtey i WINS 1 OOc !Mut.TIIUKSDAYFHIDAY. & Ev.'nllllC J O-iO(' SPECIAL ARTICLES BY

r l la. 5-31-tt. :

pan I \ I i : Katlilecn: Norris
Player piano, $100; I Ed.: Howe r ?
room suite $150.00; din- lJJ "The Man I Love"
Ing room furniture and other Remember when the unbeaten Hare raced ,mot Ma ., Will KopernC a

household articles. Apply to _,\AH-TiilklnK: rnramount ). (). McIntyre

-Varna L. Johns. 6-31-31 the Tortoise-and being so far ahead, how I With Hobby Jones .1.

Von must SALK sacrifice.- -Reo$500 sedan; Buick,I.like mas-new, the Hare showed his contempt by lying i I :Mary Brian, Haclanova. 'rJ-.vO.. ey Balance 1 Babe J. J. McGraw Ruth is

lr six coach, nine all awakening ill time toy Richard Arlen or arc you wasting money I lo I t. I
$450; cars down 'for a snooze, on OVER-insurance ? ) Edgrcn! 4f,
Wakes, sell all for 1000. Ches-
James J. Corbett
I r Smith Co., Jacksonville 200 y discover the steady plodding Tortoise was Sponsored by Business and .. ...... .. 1: i ,
Park street B-17-tf.) Professional Women's Clubs ""' ..... to. tl.fnnl uw, of Robert Mountsier IW'u. a !
Four cowl m Im "llmln
"on' too near the winning post to be overtaken. lOV'.IOr Mat & Evening: \ I-SOB< L..n..y':nr Ih. r1.frrmtumm.M.1, V 4r Rupert I Hughes I
SALK Missionary strawberry ..rod, irp..hM.4 I Ih
plants by tile bed or steady saving with i 1
thousand Good work mule, i Just so you may win by 11I SATURDAY :..:::-:: .; :::=:: And Many( Other Special Features.! All in the Enlarged .,

plements.harness, wagon L, B. and Bobain farm, 3 Im-1-2 'I 1 us for a definite purpose.Bradford y "The Hole In the 'Wall" ,a-1.....ero.|.!I.h..yM..f.HAROLD...--..>.. .H.-.will. "'landlfcu.in.te 4..11/'.,_,- and Improved Sunday Issue of : t f l;

-miles northeast Starke. It* .\All-Talking( Paramount ".._,- ......-

"'OR RENT-Fine 35 acre farm Bank Wit ii' THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION g

8t Fairbanks, all cleared, fenced County Matinee.\ALL-HTAIl li'r.G.HT Evening C. WALL : :

With four-room house and barns,
oil 10c.( -lon. Ioc 30c INSURANCE FROM YOUR DEALER-lOc A COPY f"
sell easy payment plan, on'Chway. Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

Dandy location for STARKE FLORIDA IJy Carrier-20c Per Week- Daily and Sunday i !
larage filling station or store. STARKE, FLA. A Theatre Witha (Voice) t

W rite B, Box 203 Gainesville.It ,
Fla, __ P"""' ,"cnmmnM', ","' _).n.nlemerrmnamumo-arr. .' \ ;;; n.r ?ttp { t


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PACK 8M. . m"< '.'Onu COUNTY fKLEOItAPII. STAUKK, FLORIDA : 1'RiD.SY, JU1r 11. ,?
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Some Things To

Farmers & Farming ) How RaisePoultry to Do On Florida

Farms In June
(By Agricultural! Editor) :
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-- -- By: Dr. L. D. LcGear, V. S. ralnonvllle' Fla There ore

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles St. Louis, Mo. many Jobs that need to be doneon
: Dr.LeGear!..indiuta of the Ontario
j of Farm Experiences and Methods\ Found : Veterinary; College/ 1892. )rhlrrr-il: Florida farms In June. The
yeariofveMrlnarr practice on .II........ following suggestions from spe-
To Be Best Suited to Our Country of live stock end poultry. Lmlomculhorlra
? 'lists of the Agricultural/; Extension ; -
on poultry.nd hock
l :: :
))1 N.lion.lly known poultry: breeder.: Division and Experiment; Sta-
_. NoteJ author and lecturer
tion may prove helpful. I '7 t( 11 1'' '111- ,i P II,
HOGS: Breed sows for fall 11 r f s
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"Live At Home Find New Article XXIII fan-owing. Use a good boar. y t I t'tt' III ; llipl I Ili

M\Tii:) III MISM I.\'rEI-: DAIRYING : Plant sorghum for( ?

Cash Crops" Are Sugges- 1I0WlIOt'T TOUR KI.OC"K silage. Sell boarder( cows for beet. I

Change ration while cows are dry I

I once heard a lecturer remark PoULTRY: Have 1 plenty of

tions to Florida Farmers that If as great care were used in I green; feed for chicks and hens, ,

the muting of human beings as Watch out for Internal and external -I, ffas
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P ), -'- most poultry raisers observe, In parasites. I ..

;; What to do under existing con spring, (It t can be secured from mating their chickens there would Permanent" pastures should be r

;5I aj intone f seems" to be t the question growers In Michigan and Indiana be fewer divorces. If he had In started now: rich moist lands 1/.,

a uppermost in the minds of many If those three plants are grown, mind only the professional poul- grow the bent: plant Carpet, Dal- ym.w- ,tf6.-.tIVYCbI1S1.UWMY, 1y( f V t W I n iwW Y. .W .=

,; Florida farmers, particularly thosein it will be necessary to procure a try raisers who recognize the Importance -: lid, Bahla, and Bermuda grasses G.HunrreRci'geo, rchrFec+a.Aewy0,

the citrus section The following still for the extraction of the oils of ever, and eternally, and( lespedeza. Graze and mow .'-.-

suggestions! are offered by The three don't mature
y workers In the College of Agrl- same time, and a longer use of the can agree Wth! him. If, however, COTTON: Continue poison applications ..

(ilttiro and College of Pharmacy still would bo obtained. The opera- he Intended this statement to be weekly until the end of

(e at tho University of Florida. tion of the Btlll together: with as broad as it sounded, I most certaihly June In order to control weevils "/ .

1.ln' lit llolllft other Information about drug cannot agree with him. Far which' are emerging from hibernation \\:'. ,
c..growern" plants, Is contained In New Series too many people feel a rooster Is .. ,
t' should adopt and follow a Bulletin 14 of the State Department only a rooster: and a hen nothingbut GROVE AND ORCHARD) :

R 'If. li\e-nt-liome program as tar as of Agriculture at Tallahassee a hen. They know In a gen- Citrus: Stop cultivating bearing

rth possible! Is the opinion of W. K. eral way that the two together are !groves when summer rains begin.; iL ,"' JIMI

Stoked:), agronomist at the Florida necessary In order to produce eggs Keep up vigorous rust mite control : '. .e -

Experiment: Station: He believes SCHOLARSHIPSWON w'hlch will ultimately result In anew as Ionas/; they are present :r _, 'k '

1t that with a little extra trouble FOl'lt generation.: : They do not, In dangerous/ numbers. Groves ,
a number of food crops can be HY CLUll HOYH however :.J .., 1),1
have the slightest conception that were sprayed in the spring '.. I..
f ; grown, which will provide for the .\ SHORT COUIISK I IT of the Importance of proper that were sprayed In the springor _; kl; x
-M .
family at a minimum of expense ---- mating: between the two aexen early summer with Bordeaux ,
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t "Of course It is desirable to find Scholarships worth $400 were If more poultry raisers could should be sprayed with 0:1:1 emul- r! .' ; q' M"L

other: cash crops," says Mr. Stokes. won by boys attending the 1929 bo made to realize that proper sion about I he middle of the .. cc IU ro11)4 M.is li

"On the best soils of the citrus 4-It club short Bourse held at the muting in one of the most essential month. Spread:! parasitic fungi as ".

y" :lion particularly the lowlands, University. The scholarships were elements of success there wouldbe noon as the ralim begin Pecans: .

,,4 II '10 possible to grow: n number of given by the State P.ankers' Association fewer scrub flocks In the coun- Rows of young trees should be : caul

t different:( crops which are not sublet and the Chilean Nitrate try and more money made from cultivated nix feet on each side to I ':
to attack by the fruit fly. No Educational IJureau The winners r::
the business.' To be aura, many help conserve mo'sture Hake "' .
s cl >ubi we can grow certain of these I WEre determined by competitive! writers on the subject have causedt \ second application of 4-4-50 Ro>'- Po ;,T1 'I
I rrh:: i(reps to a limited extent examinations.: : to appear too complicated) for deaux plus 1-2 pound calcium .....
while practicing! our IIveat.homeII'ogrllm Three" scholarships given by ',' .
the average person to understand caseinata: to varieties susceptibleto ', .
) at the mime time." tho bankers worth $100 each If one goes into all the reasons scab. See that all nuts and ;!!: 3PJB5T/ PLCOJ2.:::> PLA&i ._...

(how H Garden wtro won by Frederick Barber of for things that must be done, the new grpwtn are covered with !tlye ..-. r ...

Special attention should be l Etuumbla county Hugh Dukes of whole affair does get rather too spray. Where spraying la not ....o.;.,,... ,_:',. _: H' :'r' ev"L 1.rtt 1.- .. 1
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given to the home garden and I' Union county, and Gray Miley of involved for anyone but the )pro practiced all webs should oe I re- .rM.-.
.\X1'TIl.C:1'I'Jo: : YET KCO-: I
crops for local market, says MaJ. Hlllsborough. county". These represent fessional. The man with a farm moved from the trees and destroyed. !ney on one end pie

W L. Floyd, professor of horti- west, central, and south flock Is not so much interestedIn -NOMICAL SMALL 110ME One enters the house through A lot with a frontage of 1 fir!. J'i..t. t

l iiltuie. Start In August in seedbeds : Florida the "why" of the question as GARDEN) ; 'AND) TRUCK: Plant the enclosed porch Into the livlnp will give good free space and J'..u. :'i
which are partially shaded scholarship ( By R. C Hunter & Bro. Arc'hts.. room There may be found a for
The Chilean Nitrate In the "how. I shall, therefore pole beans, climbing limas, black- cozy a driveway.
from the hot sun, cabbage, cauliflower was won by Paul Simmons of try to give some simple non-tech- eyed peas New Zealand spinach: New York.) open fireplace-flanked on either Completo working plans a",1" >l

i celery, and lettuce. Plant Hlllsborough county, who wall declared nical! suggestions; on mating which and okia. If root-knot Is In truck In these clays of high prices It side by windows that are at once specifications for this house mm

t In tile open In moist! ground, tur winner, of the corn growing If followed carefully are boundto field, plant bush velvet beans In Is Indeed a relief to find a small decorative and useful, giving an be obtained for a nominal MIIII

l; nips, mustard and radish. contest conducted In cooperationwith result In the betterment of any rows and cultivate all summer. and economical' house that still opportunity for very, effective In. from the building editor. n..t.I, Ito i

In September make additional tho Chilean Nitrate Educational flock BOYS AND GIRLS: Get n thrifty presents an artistic appearance. teriors. house A-127.

plantings of these crops, and as Bureau last year. Young I There are many methods of mat- pig and start your record book The little bungalow shown There Is a completely: equipped T -

the plantings of theRe crops, andas Simmons received a' trip to Houston Ing- far too many to be discussed right ; weigh; pig Short coursesat herewith combines these features kitchen and a very generous din Southern Bell Telephone
tIle plants become large enough, Texas, and also to parts of I In an article of this kind I must the University of Florida, I very happily.! :rag alcove on this floor and two ;any will make Lake City u,.,

transplant] from (he older beds to Mexico' as the guest of the nitrate therefore, limit myself to those Gainesville (for boys), and at the I The roof Is green shingle; (that bed, rooms and a large tiled bath terminal of all toll lines In Hi<.,

open ground' Put out onion sets, agency. that are practical for the ordinary Florida: State College, for Women, always desirable material and col- The laundry, beating, plant fruit ida( .

and plant carrots and Irish potatoes The bankers' scholarship have farm Hock "rather than the professional Tallahassee ( tor girls; ) are rewards !- or), the side walls are white and closets and coal storage may be Tampa -- S. H. Kresage ('oin

from small potatoes left over been given In this state for a number or the fancier.: I must assume for good work of club mem gable are covered with smooth found In the cellar which la un pany will erect $325,000 it'<))1"

from the spring" ", crop as seed of years" and have been the !, an understanding of the necessity bers. Attend club camps matched boards painted white der the entire house building! here.

i Plant rutabagas. Swills chard anda mean of helping many boys for choosing only such specimens IN TUB: HOME' : Clothing properly that give the effect of a stucco fin' This would be especially good Work on airport at Pomona progressing -
succession! planting! of turnips. ish. There Is a small brick 'hIm-I for a family of two or three peo !
through the College of Agriculture; of both sexes as are good cared for retains its beauty ral lctl-- __.
9 } In October plant a succession oft : here, according to It. W. Black- size vigorous/; healthy, free from and lasts lorfger; brush, air, and -----

t the crops above mentioned IfI lock state boys' club leader. This deformities or defects, and which hang carefully after wearing. Dettroy .

i ceded, plant beets onion seed Is the second year the Chilean nitrate conform to the standard require breeding places) of mosqul

fry lruiH! la sprouts and spinach scholarship has been given mtnts of their respective varIetIes. toes. Have the home demonstra Hfjnesit

$ In November transplant from It was won last year by Gray The most common method of Ion( club program at'the beach or ( ) Values
bed! plants of proper size as needed -
Mlley. mating la t known. as flock or mass lakeside or In some shady grove
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Much Interest Is shown in these breeding. This consists of mating where a good old fashioned picnic!

F' Llventurk chrlarshlpa every year J, Lee the entire lot of hens with a number may be enjoyed by all members of

Livestock and Its products will Smith, district: agent, had chargeof of males. \ the fam'ly. thatassart

aid In the llve-at-home program grading the papers submitted In flock mating there Is no way />- ) DEPENDULE

and help bring: in extra cash ac- by the boys this year and he declares to study Individual members of Rab'ea having been found In
tOicJius to Dr. A. L Shealy of the \ that the competition was know I '
: your flock.. You do not various! places In the stale and
Florida Experiment Station. unusually keen. Over one-fourth which ones produced good layersor stray dogs; biting other dogs and TRANSPORTATION/+

h Grass Is the cheapest feed, and of the boys attending the short good breeders and which did stock has aroused the cities of
Florida has a long gracing sea course competed in the examinations have
not. Consequently, no way Florida to what might be a serious
"n, son. The cattle tick Is being for the scholarships.
Influencing the nature or qualityon matter thIs summer. City Manager
( and the cattle Indus .
to the offspring. The result H. P Ford of DeLand. has Instructed -
(, try-both dairy and beef can be
'' mI.o': ; e\TTI.1' K J HCUVIY': may be a steady decline in the I Chef: of Police\ George W
is .NOW IHIMJ: 1\1.\In-: quality of each succeeding genera- Stone to enforce all city ordinances
( Dairymen should provide pasture -
to dogs. The subjectwas
I : and raise their roughage. A tion.A pertaining
Professor C. H. Willoughby, desirable alternative! to the brought up for discussion by
market for milk
I'';' '' summer surplus who for several years has been In flock mating Is the Special Mating the city commissioners and It was
be developed through
properly j
conducted creameries. charge of the animal husbandry System. This system is thoroughly decided that something must be

lift With the eradication of the tick, department of the College of Ag- practical for even the smallest done to stop the large number of

riculture here,, has been securedby flock. Eight to flfteen hens are stray dogs from runn'ng: at large.
the beet cattle Industry can be expanded -
Cmt themselves,
the Agricultural Extension DI- confined In a pen to .

Good animals can be vision to make a survey of the beef preferably, with but one male bird. -
has been
: brought In. and a better market Construction
"rattle possibilities of west Florida Naturally, only such specimensare
Y for Florida beef will result. Pastures Is now well under way on a
l' and has started work He expectsto chosen as are known to possess -
building for
are Important also for beet handsome new office
the qualities: desired, In their
cattle. complete survey the Holly Hill Grove and Fruit
u1. :< June.' descendants. This Is a scientific < at approximate cost
,.1 I'oullry Company an
because It follows -
Since: the tick eradication ally correct course
Tile poultry industry has de- program of $2b,000.> Situated on a site ,..a.--
that like -
has been under way in the the law of heredity
veloped rather rapidly during the at the northwest corner of Day '0
number of beef begets like.Furthermore.
state a purebred
pant few years and the time has and State streets, the new structure .
now come when a llve-at-home hulls have been brought; to the ] since you1111" will face Wilson Park, the A. The Chevrolet Red "O.K.
state. Already a large portion of only your best fowls In this typeof
poultry program could be put into C. L. station and the Dixie high
west Florida Is tick-free and the breeding, you will take a greater That Counts"
{ Tag Protects
e" practice which should help the : way and command the admirationof
work Is going forward In several Interest and will give the nec-
t.. farmer under existing conditions, other counties Professor Will essary care and attention to Individuals passing traffic says the' Daven- Your Used Car Purchase. L 0 K
ways!! N It, Mehrhof\ extension port Times.
oughby wan: spend most of his and the hatching eggs.

Y -poultryman. lime In the counties which are free Consequently, the chicks will, asa --. Every !'

+ Plenty of eggs and chickens' on of ticks and where interest In rule, be as good or better than vitality or which did not conformto identified by
the table should be the first (
} con
f. d better beet cattle has been displayed. their parent Such mating givesa the desired standard. "O.K. that ,
sideration. Then it conditions
chance for real Improvement Whatever of mating Is
warrant the flock should be In- system purchaser's \:
i affords!
-- because It you some
know the best
used It Is well to
1 ,('reaRed so as to have Rome eggs inite data to work with. Fertility It Is attached : !
and poultry to sell. A little cash f U usually higher from such coatings time for mat'ng. Some poultry-
I ; by
continue breeding
wun.n'( t'ROCJRAM men
;ach week is: always desirable. because the male suffers no
( I the year round. Best resultsare thoroughly
The growing pullets should be
Interferences. All of matlngs
t given the best possible care and my secured however, in the nor. price is based on : :
Following Is the farm programfor are IIpec.al matlngs. \My breedingpens mal breeding season. This will
air riaiiagement. Thin will develop WRUF, located at Gainesville consist of 8 to 10 hens and vary somewhat with climate. Asa render sen Ice. .
'aem HO that they will into ,
: come ,
)Florida for the week ending one male. rule hatched the
pullets at
proper Due to the
reduction In the fall when
early June :21.! The program' Is broadcast Little would be gained by en- season-February, March or ;
u: tag prices are on the rise. every day in the week at 1 tering Into the technical phases of April when all the world is beginning new Clevrolet: :

Drug 1'IuntMDr. p, m. The wave length Is 204 me- such subjects as Inbreeding and to show signs; of renewed life time an ::
n. V. Christensen, professor
line-breeding, together with details -will be better stronger and lay "O.K.'d" I' '
cars. !
,k.." of pharmacology at the University ters.June 15 Agricultural, news of the laws of heredity as more quickly than those hatchedIn to find the : m'z1
of Florida believes that Florida car CARS'w
hour they concern proper mating In
i May June or July. The poultry- ,
people might supplement their Incomes passing however. I should like will save June 17 The Value of Agricultural to man should no arrange his hatches you

with drug plants. Among Research Work, Sam T explode the popular fallacy that so the pullets will be ready for payment and !

the plants which grow wild in Fltming, aaulatant director, Florida Inbreeding or the mating of closely winter laying. Those hatched so ,
many parts of Florida and can be related birds Is in Itself
6 Experiment Station. a cause late that they pass through the
F, gathered and sold are deer tongue June 18-U. S. Ii. A, farm talk. of decline In quality of succeeding winter without laying cause a distinct f\

}L r, and stilllngla.. or queen's root June 19--What Steers Will Do generations. On the contrary, loss. ?
_ J There is a good market for both -t
On a Good Pasture, C. n, Enlow, this method Is regularly used by Some poultrymen allow malesto [ .,!
of these associate agronomist, Experiment the best poultry raisers to mainItaln run with the hens all throughthe t
k I; Among the drug plants which the strain a''
Station: purity of a once 4
We should swat the
_ C I might be cultivated Dr. Chrlslen- June 20--U. S. D. A. farm talk. certain desired standard l ia definitely rooster year.as soon as the breeding "Starke h

_ Ben recommends: oil-bearing! plants June 21 The Green Manure established. This excludes season la over. The males should) I hFm

such as horse mint, American Problem, \\'. K .Stokes, agrono- the introduction of alien blood In-I be separated" from the females until !

wurmneed (Jerusalem oak, and mIs, Florida Experiment Stat.on.: to a strain or flock which Is often about two weeks before the fttt .
4F peppermint The horse mint and -. --. accompanied by results disaaroua! I breeding starts. This I l:
wormseed both grow wild and June Is an excellent time to starta to uniformity keeps
;+ Generally, where a the males from worrying the hens I SED \
seeds are easily obtained. The I permanent pasture. Carpet grass decline in quality follows the mat- and also permits them ,'
peppermint will hare to be and Dallht do well In produce
grass Florida
In of
? closely related
: it Is Infertile '
k' ed from roots, preferably eggs, which are prefer J.
Fs a next due to the uslt of bird. lacking In able for market. I un,


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tht-re Olllclals here are decisiveIn I haste of teacher un'th' of thirty h lino I n I that. male Call and Jr.adwl: \' lit ". It nil i 1111WfHt m, IH i ,,on m. the State of Florida, I 4
!I4 Kill( known 'to omplatnunt, \ the HI vic" I
statements that only through i pupils to one teacher In 1 tlu common Realizing the Injustice and resenting \ I ii't !14 I fl r"North lot 'k'J: \:: : :- j nf Hiibpoi-iitt upon whom, would 4 i '
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I.( LEGISLATIVE NEWS I the lack of neighborly nlnir In KI rk"-2 tii : bl" .-.h..r' t tinHiild d'fn"anl. \ I
Mr niltth's so-culled honor system -! schools throughout tho Mate fiont' ft. .itt. ; (.lint lui fi'HU 11 3t.Ii.liL.cctIl''il IT TIIKRKKOIli I ': : I : ), '
: feeling which instituted su(1 a hy lien JfiOH.SH. I That A. I II I. I'MiinHKiin. Sadl, Flnnitftran. I j 1
that The bill that I the State (1. J. KlanMbran' and Maud ', '
prisoners were :
: ,
McLIn Mr
Walter S. repreiicntatlve I M. I..kln.
}'lorlla penalty, PrrklnM. ., llenlnh.I.nl.. "' ,"aRRn, saul defendantH, .1. and I {
L__ held In the old prison building as I Hoard of Education shall determine from Leon county, recent IVrklnxnrren 'V.115k I thoy "inch lire hereby rttiiured/ to Uipcinr '- : ,
(' lit n I ''14 ftV. bill of complaint Died In : ,
MnllY members of the 1929 regu- 'line operators since Its first appearance well as they were Mr. Dutch always the cost of operating each )' Introduced amid had pnssed of S uJI.ldnl. 1'11 I I and I point I lltondwav( MH( i aid ..I...LIMO Ihl on (il' before Muntbuy tho I I

body were confl- In the legislature iiuffect and run \ ( ft. South. 1(15() ft. h'lrnt of Julv. A. 1'. 192In
was minimum already tiny
milking at (
''II, ,111\\ appealed to whatever honor teacher unit designated a a relpro'al:: measlre. Kant IDA ft. North: loli ft. ti; :hi-Kln-I, I Dradford countv, otherwleethe I
thai an the session closed HsrOlllul' passed by both houses during the there was In a prisoner not to educational program, and Imposing a $75 license fee nln. In Starke-J(-B-22-Tutu allegatIons' of'Iorhl.saul bil will betaken I ,

J jen meeting the gathering wasIlrodlll'ltv. regular session and Bent to the make trouble. The result was that pay to the counties the difference on farmers who bring I I ft. lot; ft. ci.Ht 1"1 fionl rt an, confHHHed hy .
Gf'orgla secured lien $578.54. oftDisitnn '
$5.4136. by '
:: : rr us I'L'ILi'l' I"KK ) that \
.. of considerable good. governor for his approval three although, It was conceded, the roof between the cost of such maintenance their products to Florida towns tr Hb>. I. M. Mm. I thlH notUe be, puldlHhed' oni'o a week ) j'

pointed to the passage of days before adjournment While of the old prison building could and the amount of money and try to sell them. (.'tminlencIng 151)5 ft. I Rant of H. l nCor for four t'onseviitlve weekn In theHradford i.
Tile Coiinty TeleKrtii, at -1 I t
,,,1( Dlll as the Bryan primary awaiting signature however the be taken ol with little effort, available for the purpose by the Immediately a howl went up In of I 1'.1( and. IJiiHt OranK1 S3.5"tH ft.and Not runHouth th Stiirke, FloridaWllNHSS I : .

ri-peal" enactment of citrus bill again became the subject of there were comparatively few out counties. No county Is requiredto Georgia: and Attorney General IDA ri. to (ft.I I MI. tin.m.. we MI on, HO the name the of nenl ii.I of Alderman thin court nid ,

II- ic-Kislatlon designed to boost formal protest on grounds that the breaks. levy more than seven mills for Fred II. Davis has Just received a Call Ht. 625 ft. to 'lieKlnnlnx, ft ItStarke.211622.'l'ottti Clerk of Court thin the 28th day 01 ,
(mil rr.'H ,
adulltry., creation of a state mare1flg IWolloRclllevy on trucks was unfair school purposes to be eligible to letter of protest from George M. 62.5 ft. Out 1"1 front ft, $54130, cc.cured May A. 1). UU'.iCJ: W. Air)KHMAN.: I' J

,,,, : Din'eau to stimulate I the ag- and discriminatory In comparison With all of the major legislation Etute a'd under the provision of Napier attorney general of Geor- by, lien,. t284.21. (Offlclnl Seal> Cltrk Circuit Court I ''i
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: rlClIllural life of the state adop- with the prescribed bus tax included In the purview of the bill. g.a. at I hl S. IJ. Cor. ot Solicitor fin Complainant.. 'i'' ('

J Kverglades<: drainage and I the K. The reply to Attorney General (Al I .n,1 IH'.nJ" itt!'. nol run mi I fl ,
of Proclamation by Gov. Doyle I I 6.31.lt-I.2. \
IOU ( I I .5 ft. Houth t 105 ft. i'
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fioOd (control( measures to meet i Among the bills received was a Carlton calling the present extraordinary A fine of $500 or six months Imprisonment N'aplpr's letter by Mr Davis sets Went 128 ft. ol OriuiKo': lit thenceNorth I -- i

bf demands of that area, and new plan by Senator Turnbull for' Bc-ssion) of the legislature or both is: given a forth facts antI feelings of the people _--i!!<-l-22( 112 I .....ft Tola to )t Klniiinfc Clout. ft., If.dfi In Stark, I \orit i 01" <. .l'Mtlllil.lj 01 ; ,1J\!

..Ii\.r,, other( acts as "constructive redemption of 18 per rent and 10 : yet unpiiHsed the house of repro- 1 penalty for setting fire to forests of all border counties In Floe per*X47: 7 front.HIllii : ft $5.138: secured! by 'ii: l..t tlt ,;, .f

",>..lulicll1( ," per cent Interest Instead of 25 Krutntlvea bill hopper Monday was of the state In which livestock Is IdA perhaps In a more lucid way ,street From "nt st. .. \.I..n Notice In hereby Riven. that thirty J.L''tq'

and 8 per cent as at present. It crammed with thirty-seven new allowed to run at large In a bill than has been done before. In da> N lftilr tlnte tin not on I.-wl, $ "
Minor Cnrlton(! Monday gave would also provide for foreclosureof bills coveting a wide field of leg- submitted: by Hep. W S. Mcl-dii. part, the letter says : l int iiiintlnir on llnv, Ht 2H.I. :ili i'KlATtted: wuatdlan for FIdel? ; I ,l
( o' tax llena and In the of tho good \Intention hounded on l hy Situ her utiil rohiura Albeit i mnmi"nt cv :
the tax same manner islation. Many of the measures Leon. "As evidence 11 1 Il I :11
k. ,,|,"iM, >val to OnlY ref I ./Cant: I dv 1.it I H. Chane 1"'IH.rty. iii'plv to tin I lUinntnlile (lei<. A. ( .: '
inii passed) by the legislature as mortgages, and for creationof were of local nature and were t on t the TUI.t of our legislature and I N' hIp c nil nt' :In : ,n of Hiarke I il I I N ii,t', Jinlitiof llrndfoMlcounty. t tIl ,
: oil; ;
(.f f "S-tl-a.1- Tumi I 2145 ft., for, icier I Hell I I i }I
county boards of tax adjustment amid of Its desire to .'oUIIF t, nn to
bill representativestoday in I his l
the local of :
]IUI ,I MHi", regular session The vassed at special The house mater cost 1"1 fuint fl. $3.2111! '!); Nccurc-d nt ; : I th*> ono-nlxth., undivided ; t

introduced by Senator appeals.An night meeting Representatives ,, voted to abolish offices of treat all farmers ullUe l'e/arllf'18 !" $707 40IZilnnrdM. eai li ,,f Hald mlnorVIn :
: :
r'Ti. : \
!?l : .loneiihliieKuMT lend to tiiliowttg d : ,,,: (iilnnclo) provides that tax I T. C Merchant Madison: submitted three I special assistants to tho at- of residence and also to rlmove ni at I the .N. tv < 01" Hav M ly lag and I,'Inl| I In 1:rndfordiuiintv .J
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j nrnlUates, held by the state appropriation of $500,000 to a bill led'striding the judicial torney general In accordance with puch requirements and rOMl'lctons Madlnon HIM. and, "tun. S'h t .t 105. Illll 1.'I"'ldl. lo-wl: I -.l( \
,Ii., theiuu went :,1.10:t ft to I: ." n quarter' of I
}In lid fin which taxes were Inn fight the Mediterranean fruit fly In I Circuits of the stale to cut the the special session: request of GovCuilton. Imposed by time Act refeired I T i""in'KuuHi I "I 1'1. 11"Hrl..I.' 1:11: on 14tit, : .hl\ tiuartor., Snet ion: (12)), I,.,')I j

II January 1, 1928. Florida received the signature of number of circuits from twenty- your attention to Section: : of MndlHnn, Ht ft I h"lllllnK: In i TownMiip (ill, South Itanico ((22) I., j
to .
pi-loi l'al ,
r. I MI"M." $- -22 Total( rt 105 "MI. except th, Month Mix titles, Shut, ,
iii) Adeemed, up to December Gov Doyle K Carlton Friday but I eight. to twenty and the numberof tho recent Act of 011' legislature .I. rt. i-Nt ,per flout II. $.I.89l.l !' .in- land, "nlllnlnN In nil fUI'lePI t
ilia, \ tate olllclals could not say where from to nu aimthom'izediscretionary which has a reciprocal clause exempting .1 hv Hi.., $:.140.2*. acren I. I i
'I I I pij'i: '!*I. on the basis of S per judges thirty-nine Kely. viI-To \'... t lii.rle,. ,.II f'nll. ",.II. I This Jlnt div of Mnv, 1929.8IAItt1ltl4'r \ .
interest and costs. in lieu of the money would come from. The twenty-four. levy by county commissioners from such tax nil l'erton" \ .A., 'lIi.n. .. 1"1 (' AMirmT. 1
tni' offering for sale Ine., I luirlrj, lieitn. 5-3 I-St -6.25. tlimrdlan. '
expenditure was authorized at the 1:cense tax on and 1..1. ,
Im- of county corporations
> ,S cent penalty now !. I. .:. .
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nueil. on) payment of delinquent recent regular session of the law- I Senator A. W. Young of the motor vehicles, and to be deducted farm or grove products grown when In: 'I (. Oni,i.., of. lot( ('on1'.rllA' HIH at tIme iind ft. run W.ol 'U'l'U'I"; IP NI'I'CIl, \\e'iiuMNotice : ,!fil< ;;'

Proponents of the bill havet'Isred making body. It was recommended ; Thirty-second district submitted j from the ad valorem tax. Hev- any state other than Florida WeHt on Call HI. Hill: ).I it I. t. KioadwavHt IKAI.H ',''Uf ,

xen that it will result In res- by a joint committee and pass I another gross retail sales tax plan cHime would be used for retirement Kiich state gives and afford to .. theme'| Houth 105 ft th,1 ,I
I no ,'.
In Hnv Hi In given I Hint under
lion to the tax books of thous- ed by overwhelming majorities in during the introduction of new/ of bonded Indebtedness In the Florida farm and grove lrolll'eseler ft. I.ft)1"'lllnlll II th.n Htnrke.. -.2H-8-22., anil by virtue hereby if that final decree offoiecloHine ,. j" ,

Ira both houses. With a substantial In the senate late this or 11eddler the same exemption Total/ ft: cost HIT made May 24th. A. 1lli'l ',' I'
.lIds() of acres of land taken over measures county. section reads 'I..nl ft $2U79.. Hecured by 11m,. 1 bv I"un.r.lle A. Z. "dkln. .I ,I'
the state for non-payment of Indebtedness against the state and i afternoon. Senator Young's bill i which al S3:t (1.2N. ledge of Ih. 'I"11 court In 'tl 1 '
I j y <> Street from (' ".. lo MnJIm Hiiulford, inn "' In I that .1 J
the found low the raisIng : Ily.
ixen general revenue at l proposes a one per cent tax on Two new proposals for t folowl >n St.11 certain I caiiMu It ''1111 I until ford }

ebb. however official said probable -i gross retail sales to supply reve- of revenue for the stale dropped 'Sec. 3. That all persons and Mitchell o. A. Countv Hank, complainant;: ;: and C, i 1
i offering for sale farm The fiacllonal ,pnrt of Him'k 12 InDiiHkliiH '. l.ahome, nlnul unil H I. K. Kldenour. I.
of the funds could not In the house. ,
The senate refused to permit re- source nues for the schools and to aid In Into the hopper coporntlons udd to 11.'k. frunlnl 34It. are derendautH I the iinderHlKn-

.tfon of the bill authorizingvy be found right now.Announcement reductionof the state and ad va One of them by Kanner, provides \ or grove products( grown In any I on OIHIIKO 21-1-22.-1'01.1 .it, RH special\ nutHter. will sell to the ',,, r I
iitrodm other than and products front ft. 340 ft. cost frn.t hlKhent and bent bldd.r for cash, at (I 4. J
of a mileage tax on motor lorem tax. Of the revenues derived for occupational taxes on most I state )'lolldl *r,41HB.: Hciurecl by 1.1 $18406. t. the soOt Ii clour of the courthuune In ,
: Insti manufactured therefom shall Isle Starke, I trial rii'ii, '. t on I"I"
and trucks, and placing mo- of the occupancyof through the proposed tax, 30 per : business and manufactures I.'r."n. ..lly. 1"lurll. \i,'.
uses Monday th First day "t
of license
from all forms Lot I In 1 3 add. tn I.
ir transportation l.nes: under the the new prison building at Hal- cent would go to the common tutions. It even Includes a tax be exempt Staike. flIIII", Ilk.I I I 2.Un.klIM on oianiro I 11/2\') !, tiling the* IOKIU honrH nf cii 11"1"
the railroad schools and institutions of higher on privately owned cemeteries tax. state county and municipal, ..St.-29' n I f i'f., t ft. 1120 I f.r the i>iirp>i>Mo of ,"IMfylll Hnld i i > : tI
com- somewhat
tirlsdldlon was regarded as offered ft., front $511,111.I d..r.I I hose (' ""Inll i 4 IvInir ; :'
when the some Is ') COHI pci I I' I : Hccuied 1'
ilBulon It was the first time con- of an event In official circles in learning while 70 per cent wouldbe I for sale or sold by person or .1. I tuiti n ty. Klorldn. t : '
management 1M
the conduct or .
turned into the for .
general revenue
iderution had been denied any Tallahassee. No one knew the penalties ( 1110 ), Two (3 }. ) Four
the nnlclpioducls I lot I Of. ft. nil 1 In I Hie' \V. col ( "
presented to the sen- condition of the old penitentiary fund of the state. The school fund I of nearly 'every form of corporation producing of Madlnnn i nnil' ( ),.: ,, .N. HIM. In;; ((4)1 Klv. ((51 aid Il' tl) of tilockSixteen 1 ''r I
the state III of of Ilitmnton ", t
when ( ) "
and ..
which i-un lli'-1Ja-6-22.-'l't.! I front ft. .
the extraordinary session. better than the state officials unless -' would, be distributed on a teacher I business without a license KlorlilH I g to KIIHHV'MNiirvnv
le in ills ft out ocr front $5.4 136, : ;
productoffeied ; ; :: .
unit basis. I It is proposed shall be Issued( onI" where the farm or grove xeclired hv $ UN.43. fl .it'jI I ,till I Part 1 of oalillotH f. !//
'' meunure which has been the of course it was Supt J. S. \1. '
from IIIIKOne
iiKot; for attack by bus and truck Illitch and his corps of /guards: I stipulated scule of payments for Hale Florida Is grown farm gives und 11.dl.. it .at I thn N. n. Cor. oforantfc 1I.\: .:;\,i'pi ;: ,.'nt fiinn' :: 'I liii u eaMtend '; 1 .
Inaugurating the second full would be hit hard by and affords to of Nit 1.1 lotH 1,101 I In Hoctlon( I I ;
Salesmen and 'Madlnon I M""s, and run N. ( ). ( ), '

."... .....- .. .-........ .- .-. -. ... .. ,, ..- .-' _... -r.o week of life extra session of the the measure. Such salesmen glove produce sellers or feddltI'1thl 105 fl i I':. sii M. south. lull fi. to k. r"mlJ: Twrnl, y-l: wo (2WII'lm! ,I :
license : same exemption us to leClte 1111..1 HI., thciiM* went .I 11.11..1 n, M; 1' I "
l"gllature. the house began consideration would be compelled to pity a !' It. f. In 1"lllllnl 'II 1111'k.- Sliorlnl' I ItiiMtrr In (1111'1'. '

How of the series of three fee of $100 for every county tax. 28-1-22.-11' I II I I., A. s. ritr.wn.HolklttM S
to PlayBRIDGE will he seen therefore, that tl $5. : :; Hecuicd ,. fur I'omplalnant .
administration tax program bills In which they operatedThe "I 1"1 $51( .n. ,- l.8.2R
will not
by working on the first of series the II'uvlslol.) of 011' law ( iirejiiNlla -. -- ----

pasHed by the senate lu.stweek.. I I measures by Kelley of I nu- apply to those person* or coiporatlons 1'"I'II.lnl: 'at I tie '. N.! col. C nlt :OiiIi Ol' Sl'Il: tl. St \11:11'S: 'S I l
from other states, except 11,1 nnd I'"' I-! on Cull still
At the adjournment of the afternoon val amends the present law with Ht. I ( Soot I 105) ft West I Ull' .
'--CA-.PI where such demands or requ ro- I In ( HuiiKTi." St. t theme, Ninth I 1120 I .
/ : One
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4A session the house had adapted itftrence to motor vehicles It to In ittrke.--21-l1.22." Not leo IH hereby Riven, that undci -

V Series 1928'29// I one committee amendment to of them authorizes county commissioners I. ents are mada on our m rallel8. f... ii h"lllllll I \\itt\ ft.. i"Ht PITfniMt and hy vlttue of I that flitiil ,1.'h.fllm .-
he hoped that all I It i'c I limnre i made' April I I it Ii.
to ei'cutrt'i Urn,
Wynne F rgus"'fnAuthol' the bill and appeared well on Its to assess a county license "It 'H' truly done $00(1( .M.f. $r 430; bv A. 1 : [: hy ;I Honorable, :: A. V.. Ad- 11 I I
I be
I ( t
such ipqulremenls may huts, .1 t lit' I Clleuttcnui t Innnd
another amendment motor vehicles Thiicfote" 3' IL of yo iitmnmuotl .111nf
way to adopting tax against 01 .1..h
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I oiintv I ,
i C'
I with and that we may live nt>o\i' 1" LillY rnon Him" or I 1.'lul'hl. II ,
( ,- cf "FnACTICAL: AUC'nONI 1PtDCE'ra and eventually the entire cent of I he state away 'that CIUIHO Iiti" I' ,
to fifty "tlnll wII..ln I
up per ('ot point' Ion und all t t 'I Y nei M ,
'_.-, ------ S----. ._--.-._.-.. _-_ ..._ ---[ ...-_ '00''I- bill. The bill under consideration license fee. The assessment ofsuch us neighbors without nny relrl-1: I 111'1''MI.1 I lu,1. /, pmiierly HHncHHim lW nt ax T. ( lluti. I I.m,complainant! M ul.1 Johl,,,) s I L-
,. i"?.,l lilt, i/y 11,,)I.. Jr. today establ'shes: board of administration tax under the terms of tions on ac'nlnt of an Imagtmiiy' "ll"cltv 1"1 c'luldluf f11 wlll"k.I noiue of I that I II' und, 1 Will are iii'7'i. ,
1 11 .ly It'lkll
a called state the miderHlirned, an Nyu'i
\ a I f.I.I"oIM.
line lne.Talahussee
I I I t an "
to handle sinking the bill, would )be optional with .wil 1..1 un1111.111 .the .II, ( !IL Hell to I tilt hlKhi'Hl
A. !
Da.ly: DemocratAdditional 1121. II 1 t.i ( :
ARTICLE: Xo. ,3; funds for the retirement of county counties. "' In at and lii, I,rlr. r for rush at the '
I the C 111'1 hli 11".k. 1.1..111. South door the \ InSturke &
. Ill o' k
vI.)" is the more important, the cliamomla or riss? Tf Y f Ii id l two ciiroitds :->- 1 and diBtiii-t toad and bridge bonds Installed complaint t I "with I t p infcreme II II hl'.I'""IIIH., any llradfnid coiiulv i: t :'r on 1 11U29. .
equipment of
Monday tile Klrnt July A > ,
i the ?" in and B slinnld Z hid two the board would consist of the the sevHiiient 'and at the, name I Ille I S.Id1lu' I'll
'I i 01 play a question |p"e,, bill, Introduced In upper unil ) during the h'fllf I hotirN of *nl(',
; .e'ic.d! among! Atir+'ftn( Erid0c: no trump or two hearts? If Z does hid governor, as president ; state comptroller I house I Thursday by Senator at lalmeto'll power plant.M "e wil\11 conllrni eiiunllxe. I the, HaineC. nnally. itt 1' for tho purpotca' Mlt"fyllM.I I P

I Olfl-timers particularly those two no trump and A 1'. I linnvim* I: deciecr I i IhoHu certain, I I..h. I I 1M
passes \ and the I
: ShOdr as secretary lldgarV: Waybrlght. of I the ligiiteentli C'hiiirman. helnir I In I I'rntlCuid iciunlj t ', )" Ida.dOBcrlbed I
I' ,1' whist contend that the bid three opades or pass/ Y' prop' >'I'ii'i": an: I
I 1 I' "I'' rh, luiiuls i h infinitely more hid it undoubtedly two diamonds., Hn' state treasurer us treasurer. d'strlct. Is passed the C,(..\. .JL''c.l. 'Il. MoiitbeaHt (I II a rt.' nf Ilnl| I

''lit!' md th.'rr-forc, more important hand ha'l' great ns"istnce for the opide: state trcasuiy will be enriched approximately WIIKIinAH.I tlie ('Ity C'liuncll of 67.216.1.:1.IU. On. NOI'II. ItanMfe' Two HJIHI. i iNoEl
Ii nf lllock Cine,
'" i I''"i. bidding. Modern Auction bid but the mo.lcl player must alwn '' Aanother bill Introduced was a $10,000.000 n year thl C'lly of Stuiko, Im" l"v "IIICIICMliitli ami l South.\HIIK".11"rl."| 'rw. : Tlin Vrilthli I c I

(rs however, insist that the biol'Iuse 1IKI consider the of his partner meiisuie regulating operation of The bill calling for if sales I ,. > .n. ili-tpi-mlncd, to I rests pave In Twe-ntv-Nlxlh$ ..lulltliil ,,tlf "'f 1111, :i it <1'1,i i ,.i' f FIi:I'",;i iOIIH sI L
pbsihaity gross coitulu 'Kit
I t 11"1'| \ S In Cln (nll't Mu I |( Two Hiinl.: TheNoillidiiHt
\ of the tremendous' d.f- Puih .lh"lwIM" ii II
bidding a hands lh L1
which (c'ountv,
unil ,
pilvute game preserves are tax of one per cent of value of ,., (. kc, ; itss514: t Iruful'< ciiiartei of Ifloclc I OnnSouth ,
'I'" in points caused hy cliiTeicrt: often score three odd cither in the ,\nt limited to one section, or (HO ,.,, I'I thc-rci.f ::go t I""I 11* pioiwrty 1.1..111. I In 1'111""Y." t I UHiiicn two llii pit. '11' Wont, .
j N more important than thetlo play or in no trump; therefore pl.yershoul,1 articles or property Hold In Florida IL :I t I I':,in g ii aim .nl I IK.II..UHto : ( Hllrk. Ipul '."I of IMoilt Due South, llaiiKe :i
acres in area, and are designated jl uMIII't, is itnJ allow t HIM |ilop- l'I"I111.n." I I the Southeant
I the : 'iiuurter
h ,ds.I' | l he alert to bid aa strong a suit as has been referred to committee cU'ulie the |p rlv- t I 1' I'IMI.
1 r ''H the! best yajii to settle this diamonds in the hope tluit their partner as where game in raised In cap- on finance and taxation h'J'-"i'm .r imyliiK ms wiio fur I llm ,mimo In Ten. "HStal 1',11 lullI' of:: .I.All I I I III In'' Million 8,1111):: :.1,.. Tit Ita:::litre;e i"'s Hllb-TwoCllHt ; I i '

n is to consider the results of can then lit no trump Always try tognt llvlti. Came ra.sed: on such pie- In addition to the one per cent I I annul I inMallnivnlH i I of within onouch. of Kloi Id,>, [I v ? 1-iiiilH' its Hhown I In plat iL
I< h.imla from a comparathe the bid of 26 cards, not of 13, be sold for eat I UK purposes 1"lh I ,' thf nrHt to pnlil I\nMI"I"I., l of JIlt\\i"M'I':I .il, I'ii it h it, recordHd I In ddixlbook
sores muy the after Ilia I
tax on gross retail sales, measure Tlihty dn.y 1."pleU.1 I. I 1..1.
. ul' |>IIH: i'H of (tie puhllo i
"nit of bidding and play. The nnd the 1 brut way to obtain this leault if killed otherwise tlmn by would tax of two ln"r ,ul, n ml I thf otlmr, nine,I In,I nepaid 'I'. Hie I CIllncMiB and 1 "" l'nYl'I' ,, Itradfoid' "'111'' y, l'lil'Iltiu,
plate a percent liilnllniiiitx 1
""n in the previous article .are is by bidding.After In nine i-qual( unniiiit ( of t the City of Stalk" and perHHIIH all lielnif In' "llnn TwentytwoU.1) LI
\ ,iiKu'3 for that The V bids tvo diamonds, Z' shooting and upon Issuance of peilUliH. on gross receipts from amusements *nd l ImVH niuwi'il I tn, f"lluw-, Inl.I..I.'I. ( 1 im.KTINUH.You : ( TnwtiHlilp Nix HI") South. Itattuc'
l take noIU -
purpose. 'I" ivlll
uMHruHiiu'iit I 1 to l | h
r -nlJlem 'o. 31)I) illiistr.itea then proper bid is two hearts. A two no' of every k'nd: In the state. .I Inl innwdrul for 1.,1\) law ,,-pr..u."d I '" thai. t the p.h If you of SluiUe. a niunli 'l'w."ly-Iwn 17 acres. more(23> 1',1: ClnlR11111

,: "rgcnce in the result of a hand! trump bid wth: a hand containing thrpelour.card __ I Cull f".r.'.. 1..0 liny ".. .. 4)rmIIIit'St. I Innl, I cm,,IKII'ulliMi 1 I u,nil em'l t nil lawn and 1>..13. .KNU11IT.

b> the biddniR. The second suits and a sinllcton of the The senate passed three of the Piovlalon for the erection of atoll 1 '. nf the Htiltl-tic (City(of ('1"I.rhll.IIIIK by'IIII'.i Nti.t' .I &.ttsster In Chuncory. I .4
through .
'" ":em No. 35)) illustrated the dilfi- pirtner's suit seldom is profitable. After four remaining adminstratlon: load fioni Jennings by/ way i \\.I.1..11.1.. \\ .1M. Koxrr I., 1"/11.. In t the Il..u.wl.. .Iyl.t calico Solicitor A. 8 ..11'I.CUII.IIIuwt.. 1
-> confronting a player who ill the two heart bid Y ahould andY llurlf, (the ,1.vl.,1, 'ulrl, un- l-Bt-6-28
piss I. In.1 Ih.v. ._ .__ .
'. :UK fur game with a close hand. Z will score a slam. Y Z can measures on the calendar of the ol: tialncHvllle, Ocala, Wild wood 7.5.f. nil, lit WOHIld of th. folio' ,I,. date. I the 2'lh' day A. I>. ___ J.3 : j
also smal but upper branch Monday and thereby and Tampa to Fort Myers ; another I -'!no hit : I'ommelwlll at this N. 1112'J to have Ih. IHHIIB of J"OI..t" ," M( II' 10 ltrilTOII: AMI I I 11111)i i ;
score trump; not In h ('I'f
town dullarH(
game V/. i or. ut '011 JIY (til. IhoiiHand; ( "1 4.1.\1'' ) ) i II'OH"
Answer to Problem No. 31 at IladeB. made lengthy strides toward ad- road from Jacksonville to if StniKe" thvnce Northerly of liondH. tic bv t the cRy I
of itt tho \\'out.'I'ml ly boundary I line I 'I 11 1 of the Illy Stark it nit I
This shows the possibilities Two of the today on g dill m .
Hearts! Q. 10. 8. 5 journment. hUll Miami I with privilege of ultimateextenson .f I tiiy m. II Inntl of I llnyt eMittethincH ii H I for by law v"lhl.l.d.I t Notice IH hereby given that all
C hubsiiiirnonds.A the bidding and the big savings that one providing for the administration to Key West; a branch : I WcHlfrnlj, I painllvl with <'all and l.r."hl.e rnlnrl"( bv a do('rto of Ih. ('r."II"rM. 1/nuiiK-en, UiHtrllmteim' and
result. Two bids result in game and Hi r.2 1-2 ft. tliHiieo HuiKlK-ily miaraltel above Htyled com't. I Ii I I havlnir t clulniH I wKalnnt
K, Q. J, 5 rubber vhjle the third falls short of plan of distribution of from Jacksonville to Gainesville to Kay tn t"le Cull ft thfiicil.iLKlerly ft nl| thiit I on the Set tli l dRY nf Mnv, the lintatH: nf J. X. Anders; : doceunml,
ip-uks j : Q 6, 2 the revenue from tbeve cent was made In bill by Cam of "; It.1 t-i ) h"Klnllnl In A..1 I 102''! an order I IHHIIBI, out. uf.. me hiirehy r"'lllr"d to prenent their
paine and the opponents !t i i a 'tas'ke.-28-6-22. Total 75; the I. Id itKalilHt I h. state. of I claltnH to I h. ( ( chance to win the rubber. value of gasoline tax. and the other for the Marlon. I would permit the Flor- i wt. I' front ft. $5.4 1311); HoOiieiJ by Klorldu..I! l''t I It. throuith: tile Hardlner, County Judiie of Hradford, I

: Y the rubber is thus at stake; and its subsequent payment of personal property tax- ida Toll Houd corporation to build lien, $40"I.60. llonoiahle; : :: If V::1 Knight, male attornev County. Florida for hiM al.prov..1lhll
; A B I Kilnnnlo.V.. >llfl-h- for the Twenty-ninth .1.ludldalCircuit t.-l one, year tro" dnte hereof y
winning or IOinl determinesthe es on automobiles before obtainIng the roads mentioned 1 lot on Call nt. -nttha of Kloildu. to show CaliCo before or Note. held In liarthereto ,
: Z : loss caused by bid. classed C0I11".111. uolonirlntf to lh 11."nrnhl.I A. 7, AdklnH. ,ad 01 pernoim Indohted toHald .
The following hand is a fine example a license tag, were as Mm." I.V.. thenco run North Judge of. I tho M"hl I court at Htarku, llHtate' ;: pay theirdebt
Hearts K, J 9 4 of good and as the rubber game the most Important of three measure The senate put back Into the aiO ft. MV.IH h.n Bit ft. 11.1' I In Hradford county, Kloi" !Ida, I'UI' to the II' : ,re' Aumlnlntrator -
play ( 'nil, I forthwith.
lie KtiHt: on nfoieHald ( In on
.iuuth 31 I 2 ft I tire .t. ty In the h. ,
Clubs -A, 9, 8, 5 depends on the result it may easily be The third bill a supplemental twelve million dollar total $110- (II) f to !h.l. also I lot cionimenoInn 22nd day" of June, A. Ii. l'12'l' at 10 Thin 24th day of May, 1929.

Diamonds 7 said that in these two examples, at affair, would place license tag 0-00 trimmed off by the pruning 1 f.the (''1. nf laiul ..mei IVuwned o."I..k. A. ?,i., whY Hiild bond U J. I HAVI3.
l k'. known UK (Iran validated und coll AdmlnlBtrntor of the l tate of
hy (I. Hhoiild not be .
pa"es-A., K, I-4 least, the play i just a important as sales in the hands of the countytax knife In the hands of salary slashers ire cIii'ge VUUI/. .' "run Kiint: tlrrneil. J, 25. Afidern. deueaHed. ,

M o score rubber game. If Z bids rifle the Lidding: collectors with the service at the regular session Senator alontr. ('all ft. R2.5 ft., thence.' North ':ln: ninsn AUR tc B-24-9t-T-19.: 4.1
11 _ _
Mils and A p.uiscs.-shoulJ V bid two' 11& ft. thencoVent 02 1-2 ft. thence you and each of you r
charge reduced from the present Hay Neal. of Westvllle- aided by South 315 ft. to 'eMllnlol In Htarko. romlune to be and slimienIbefore

Answer to ProLleni No. 35 rate of fifty cents a tag to twenty W J. Singletary of Marianna andS. 21-6-22. Total ft.,; toNi I Honorable I A. 'A Adklim I O'I'J'1 '
l i ft. G.U3G; secured by 1." .ludice of the III l..rl.t ill'. Ic.
five cents. A. Hlnley of Live Oak, offered 1'1 I trail toni county.I Klorldn\ at I H In the Court of the County Judgo.
J '("arts Q. 10,5,3 continuous bombardment of ' II. I*., ... Mitchell. In.1 o'clock A. M I ?; the 22ml:: 1 day olJune. Ttradfnrd' founly, Florida.In '
('I'I he 6. 2Iia'nonUsO a 1.h.l. <.1.. Mitchell. ) 8,5,3Sides9 The gasoline tax distribution amendments against the financecommittee's .\. If any you 121. I bondxHhould Mitchell and Charles Augustus
lint hounded i>n the North by land not be vii : it rIp, MlnnmN .
1! ; 1 5.4; measure underwent the most guel- report to put Judges'salaries of W. MItch 1..lwlr": ". the Went ed.! 1 otherwise I rI..tltI of the ,Mllch.l.. Au'h.rU. to ".1 Heal
earts1.J. 9, S Ilearts- K. 6. 2 hag attack of the day, with substitution : back to a figure almost hv Alice I Humphrey ))rf> the nald netlilon wil le l"k"l confessed .. t.f: ,'. of 1lmr
labs -10. 4 : Y : Clubs Q. J, 9.7'lamon last Not Kawt by land of W. rrlr.r, a by yciu.It TO WHOM IP MAV 1.I., ;
,Is A. K 10. 9. 6 4. 2 A B : Diamonds J 7 of other distribution where they were year. inn fiontniK., 113 ft. : Ht. In ordered that I thin notice be Notice IM hereby gIven that the
;;adca- : Spade.-KJ proposed by Senator W. \V. one of the amendments but tel Starke. 25-'l-22.-Totai 10.1) piiblUhed once' u week fur three und.r.lln.d. an 111.rolan of the
8 plans .
: Z : ft.; font per front ft 15.4130; HecuredMT '' weeks t 'f"rl the 22nd p"r.on. ..Inl.. th. abov. )
Phillips, of the fourteenth district by the wayside, thus leaving lien nft7 **o. .n..rllv.Jln. A. I .>14J9 In llrad- named minors will on TueHduy at

hearts-A. 7,4 and Senator S. W. Anderson( supreme court justices salaries at Humphreyll.e.. Humphrer, II. H.i Curd. \ .. pahllnheiIn : 10:00) A. M. June 25th 1>", ,
lot C.III'I'IIM nt thn N. li. cor. Htarke, .1r county Klorld.i, apply -' (its.llnnnrabla I.Ajli ID2X.
Clabs ,\, K, 8. 5, 3 of the sixth, the most Importantof $9,000 I year; thirty-nine circuit Cal .nd Ir..lway .t. amid run Nurth all that \r..Jr publcatol be o.r'I.r. County J"dJ" .
Diamoncls nOlleSpadesA. at 7200. and twenty state I.o.ul. w.y ft. lOaxt, 100 ft. publlnhed ") County at bin of-
amendments Judges IrI.lor"
J. 10.6,2 more than a dozen 1"lh 1U u Call nt. t hence went >0< >re the day of June, A."r: Ih. trusty cnurtnoux In
beaten off by the proporents of attorneys at $3600. just as they I 1.. In II.rk. 2H-6-22 1629. : tlark. Florliln, or an noon there
TIle Total front 105 frontft. vvlTNKSS: hand and the- .pal I the matter can l heard,
'0*w* rubber came.: Z dealt and !bid! mond arid B trump. Z overtrumpsand the administration bill. Senator came from the commitee. 641:111.I : Hecurcd by ;l lhri r8.4D.lAltl or the circuit court of Itrti.lford for't.r authority t to ..1 I at lrlvll.1. mile

1e pade. A bid two diamonds Vwod drops B's makes his Phillips sought to change the distribution senate also voted to sustain the > "'hnrl., "...11. Or.llle, M. ,.ltlV. ..unly. .101.1.) this the 2'Hh\ day all tha rllht. tit I. anii! Inl.r"1 nf
\ \.. .1.1. i:.., Cnrler. ( Inrn.Mold. of May, ,, \91t. the minor In anti I.tiittt "'
trick.If .
heart .
and and loses In .
B bid two no trump. Z bid! last club only one of the five cent revenues committee recommendations reestablishing In. llruxli-x, < hl rle, 41. W. nMAN. .certain' .. plqe oi pirceJtif

'rtt clubs: A bid three diamonds ut d A leads back a heart V play the while Senator Anderson's plan the oftlce of state ...1., .\. K.Onu (Oltlclal Heal I ('!AJ.J.f i IrcultCourt ,, 1.1.1.' tll.., 1)'lnl nail b.fng. ln
.anl vP"Bed- b"l four clubs A ten and forces B to win the : adding the two cuniiiii-nclriK nt M. W cor. I for I I rail ford county, Klorldit. Htuike Ilralford Klorldn,
wth added another cent to equalizer of taxes of 'all and Hay etc antI run West on jPt4htl
bid four and IJ doubJftll the king. B can now lead a heart would have ( A. S. t'ytivH.SolIcIt' and' moro iirtiulanIy descrIbed 'a*
.1 Sil spades hotel taken off by the 'I 'nil .I. 110 ft to llr'iudwiiy .t ,, fo r : ) to-wlt:::
.j Inspectors .
passed and A opened the king upatle. If he leads the heart, Z disard. the present five cent tax. thence H."lh t 05 ft. thence I Kant ( ..111. 5.:11-4-1-21. fulow. for a starting point at

d""i monds. I low should Z play the his club and wins the trick in Y's hand amendment at the regular session It. t. Hay Ht, tb-ne., North loll ft. 1\\0llf' th.U"Klnllnt luuthw..t corner of thai certain

'';> .mod hands BO that he will stand with the queen' of hearts. He now has Another bill reintroduced by making the total number ten; and Total to beiflnninw front ft., In.T5O$ft.tiirk--25-5.52.-; cost per front V.. ., Cuuit Iliadfonl cuuntFlorida. >'. sItuate, tr.rt.lylnir 'antI'" parcel In of Stark land

bet chance to make his bid? a tenace position over B's .rump Representative McKenz.e: Imlud- re-Instating the purchasing agent fi. I"4I3H.: Hecurnd by lies $17 8.4'J.lleiclxler r..ul. until ford county. 1''lnl, which M.hl

'holtld trump the king of diamonds holdir,: the ten six of spades ovl Is Intended for the road department at a sal- I'rrettinu.inu .- "i, ., n'lanairan blo('k. tleca or iiarcel' of land I. e
-(l'' id three rounds of clubs trump- seven trey; therefore he must win both ed the measure that lot comnii-ni Ing at the N. W. ComplainantV bounded on the Haxt hy Hay or Handerx -
collection ary of $3,000 per annum. Palling of Internelion of Call and street unil on the Kouth by''all
strengthen tax proce- i rite.
"!! third to I
round of clubs in Y'a ham: .ricka.
the commit 1 rnudwuy HIM. and run North along A. II. vManaffan et al.liofendanlrt 1. ( nt and on the.t hy .
La I-!'. four of spades or with the Variation If at trick five B ha dure by providing machinery for In his attempt to cut Went Mill" of lir'ntd way .1. 101 1 ft. Street anil on th. North J.oad.w.y V

i(, if A should trump with the eight played a low spade at trick( 3ven. foreclosure in equity of tax sales tee's salary figures on Judges thence went 105 Ihenr South lull ft. I nppearlnK by aftldntlt filed In mtreot nnd from the saId luthwent
theftEast 105 ft to above raune which In to partition corner of saId block,
lead with the t I Call *t pluce par-
the Neel offer
Z ace :
spades.Y when regains certificates and deeds and creating and state's alorneYI' 'Iii-Klnrilnic. In llrk.2S6.22.Tul.1 ( .- the herd ln iles.-rlh.cil land, thatA. let of l I.nt. th"nc. Hunt "I feet
should now lead the five of spades of heart. he should lead a low heart. boards ed an amendment reduce the i front ft I IDS ft.; c .>.t per I If. "'''UJI'', Mul., I .'hln"K.I. H.I. dung t Nlrlh linn of alii Cullxtreev. .
-" B may either play a low spade ore phy the ten of hearts from Y's delinquent tax adjustment and elevator ft. I54I.1B.; Hecured by Tien ISDN.4.1thrlxllan :I. ald :lud 1.'I.II > queen. If he Z hand. 1 play forces B in the lead In every county before whom delinquent salary of the Janitor Church.One .- f.ndlnt. are eai' ".( Htate Kant: loa feet; thence MOUlh'tn the
plays a spade his for the supreme court lot bounded on the \Vjt bv the utitte of .1011.11.: that North line of soul. Street 174 I
'ould play the ten. If B plays the and he cn lead either a heart or a taxpayers may appear to operator Chrlntlan Ht. on the Norll by .1. K.Cnlley thn addreHH of A It.. and f..t thence Want "Cal the North

.een 0 Z should play the ace. diamond. the former, Z let. the trick I protest against Inaccuracies in as- building from $2,160 a year to $1- property on I"t by land Sadie Flanutran 1 ItouteHrottHvllle I In. of unlit Call street 103 feet !).-
1 1 which wins the trick. of Freeman and fronting I State of VlrKlnlu a part of the Northweet
ither case he wins trick and to tIle 500. Inl qUlrt.r
: the run queen sessments and redeem property 41 6 on Call Ht. In Starke-2t.6.24.. ( ; that the addremi of li J. Plari- WI", "' the uthwext quarter
] quId' lead another club trumping In Y should now lead the low diamondand sold for taxes. ._ Total front ft. 44.0 ft. cont 1'1 Iran and Mum "'I.n It. .. ,t) of S.ctnl Twenty-eight( I
5 hand with the last trump. trump in Z's hand with a low front ft. ; secUred by 11.1 I'I Itoute from (Columbia Nlal. .". 2.) T Y should now lead the of hearts spade. Z should now lead the set-up IL it: 'I l'ltCITY 1335.4 8.411 VirginIa' ; Hint they em'h h"v.an In. ,tanl. 2S V.it+t, accordIng to the $ !
... trey crest In those certaIn land lying ,' of
r Ii.Loti. Hradford
''JI11' i s hand and win the trick in Z's club and force B to trump. Z'. ace of An important education measure liiwIliig. 1'5 V 10 12 Blk. 1 In DowlInic und being In Uruilfuril county, Flor rlorlda.I9j'9 .I"cord. county, 4'tJ'i \

nd with the ace- He should now lead makes, 8 in this way also! was Introduced by Rep. D. Stuart Several years ago the state leg- 'H uh-dlv. In Htarke, Hradford dew'rlhed as the NortheaMt cuar-| ..d thIs 17th daY of May, A. D. \, !

Coiner round of spades if B trump game losing only on hu Walton that provides for islature of Georgia enacted a law county Florida, a. pur plat book No. ,lid. of Northwest iiuarter of North- : ,
pl.ye Glllls. 2 I page 14, fronting 27* ft. Call: ciuarter and the North tUx ace.aIf A \
queen' of spades at trick fve. and two spade trik. creation of a public free school which Imposes a $50 license fee ,t-2lt.6-.13---Tntal front ft 27f: r..st Went half of Northeast quarter ofNortheant As LICP!JTrflr.L: I ', "
uId lead the jack and B's There are of playing the per front ft. $44138. neeurad by Lien iiuarter Heitlun Twenty- Davlil Plerxun Mitchell and! : >
01. B should then lead the diamond hand but the way given are th fund of all money collected for on Florida farmers who live In "14333.HemlBKHTBr. two 122)), TownshIp Hlx 16) MouthKan C'h.rl.Ulu.tu.. Mitchell.

n Z should discard a low heart. usual. line of play and represent' th maintenance! of public schools, and border counties and sell their farm Anal. 1le.lt.evsy. F. Be Twenty-two they each a.(2.Kant.That : twenty. fAMKS l. HUNCH -V

*; >Z A ia i the lead. 1 A 1c a UC.. best defense in each instance. distribution of such money on a produce In towns Just across theo Commencing at the S. W, Cor of one yearn of ace alt that there Attorney for UuardUn G2t2

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t at Hollywood? Miami Beach Sun. '' the small plants. Bradford County -I In a man's watch pocket. -. Starke Herald. It Isn't evervbfih( ,;,,
( Bradford County Telegraph Depends on the life he led. I'I' Telegraph, That is just what I" Telegraph,' The Tampa woman would ask for a $2 loan t II.{. 1\
I From Other Pens 1 1I --. .0Speaking --- we've been thinking.-Waurhula will wear four ounces of dress ever, If either of you h",\. I .1
., Established 1877 of (lax revision, wo Advocate. .' and four of lingerie whatever that much-
I I have Just learned from Tax Assessor --0--- i 0. and shoes of 12:! ounces at least --- -_
Booth that Tallahassee\ of-I Number of Florida 1 paragraphers I The Jax lady must have hollow
The talk of "state' o.v; ,, ,
Entered Second HI""
Published Weekly on Fridays and as College Humor tells of a Scotchman ficials have reduced the assessments aro accusing Avery Powell with aluminum heels, our private Investigation not to the '
!In, who arrested for : railroads\ in Alachua I being an old bachelor They are Indicates, But the appeal Taniiu |I''IU::|;,
; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. wan appear- on I Times, saying "all-FIoildi I Ii'h, ,,,,
ing on the street In a nude condition <'au fit)' by approximately $100- all wet. Avery married a Brad- Tampa coat is only three ounces 'i ]
S. Matthews _______________ _____Owner and Publisher I He was on his way to a : 000. Gainesville Dally Sun, Put ford county girl 28 years ago. He and the hut two ounces. p. E.B. Ing"much and ill common"there is to but thin lot) ,III.t ,,111"1. )

tj _I. C. Robinson____ _____ ________ _________ Managing Editor strip poker game. Tampa Tri-' on a gas: tax to make up the deficit has a wife, one daughter; three In Tampa Tilbj'ie. Hollow ment favorable to It m :; "II
P 1 .-- bune. noun and a grandson going to heels, or head? Florida,." Florida shotilil i,,,,"' "".
----o- ---o- school.-Starke Telegraph Yes, -0--- divided and the best reason ,.,,', ,,,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Emily: W., Staike. Fla? sends Number of Florida paragraph I Avery writes like a genuine humorist George DeCottes1 libel 1 suit the proposal the first ...h",,',,,,, .,',,,
Yearly! $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance In something! about a Scotchhman ers are accusing Avery Powell with : and a genuine humorist Is against( the Herald for three hundred by the Times The south, ,, ,,, ""d,
not taking a shower bath until It always bowed down with cares.-
being an old,bachelor. They al'eall thousand dollars. damages of the state deserves mop" '''', ,
: 1: Advertising. : Rates on Application. rains but the world In about "fedup" wet. Avery married a Bradford Palm Beach Independent. goes to trial this month. That eratlon at the hands or 1 n h.,.. I '',,\
.. Times-Un
on Scotch jokes- county girl 28 years ago. lie -0- Is, it will If he doesn't usk for a latora than it Is now re<'<'i\ I, i I"
Probably to ion. has a wife one daughter three The remarkable feature of the continuance. And of course he there are problems to bi> m'?i I "
will build a canning plant.
Tarpon Springs -0- sons and a grandson going to Jacksonville minister's memory wouldn't do that. Anybody else solved not found in otlici ., 1''
take care of surplus" sponges. Writer In Klsslmmee Valley Caret school.-Starke Telegraph WhyIn who "had first hand Information" might, but he wouldn't.-Sanford l of"the state, Still it IIIIH o.t tIn ...." I ''J,,,
le U of the opinion! ) that burying -
r'o the heck doesn't Avery go to concerning the money being pour- lleiuld. Muddle it you lose we common) for memo, ,I''
the Mediterranean fly will\
"' school( with his family: ?Mclntosh ed Into Florida by gamblers Interested will lend you two dollars, and you legislature by their ItC'lIq< n, Ii
Now that we've hail "Mother's\ Day, "Father's Day, make a. subterranean fly oj him -
News. In race track legislation, tan have your own time to repay section. iiKalnst/ another 'I'> '
1t' "Poppy Day," Let's ]have a "Pappy Day." Starke Teleograph-Tbat' exactly ---.eWe --"- : was that although he could not re- It. It Isn't everybody} we would I of Florida as a wholi, ., !
want him burled
where deep.
--0 Monticello we NewsJacksonville undestund that the legislature call a single name of the hundred : loan $2 to these days -Palm} pal'amount in heir mind ,, ,
who Beach Independent It Isn't everybody I Telegraph. Buddienu
he did remember that the man
the quarantine guards on the state line, -- -- had a preacher up, trying to
Since Med-fly put ,
r shaved him was a negro. Like we could borrow two dollars a )bit; sermonht that 'InKrapli '
knew about
make him what he
people have one regret -
the Georgia corn crop has! increased in potential value. Silver Spr'ngs: ought; to be race track gambling. Which Is the barber the story was slightly from these days Sanford Ij I ) Palm Beach lini,
ori-colol'-.Slarke Telegraph.. But ----- ----
Y' o- about one hundred miles nearer about what the legislature would
hr t Companionate marriages like bridge prizes-if and lOng ley Lake la too far to do. If It wanted the Inside dope It didn't succeed In blackening the
are you.don.t
kt live there during the summer and on (the race \trucks, why didn't It names of the Icgllntorll.-Mla.ml 1 '1TP'LY RL D E C 1 DkAID
t like what you won you can give it to somebody else. I drive to the city every morning quiz Senator Watson? Palm Heiic'.i: Sun.

-Q and buck at night.-Times-Union. Beach Independent Perhaps the -- --.
solons wanted to hear both sidesof Baker county's representationat
G The two ugliest senators in the house have been
Tall ut state division Is up the matter. Tallahassee, during the sessionof ; MOf1 MIIL1 S T
i, selected as judges for the state-wide beauty contst at West again and let's hope It will not -- the legislature Senator T. J.

Palm Beach get beyond the talking stage.- The Bradford County Telegraphsays Knabb and Representative W. B,
Lnnn: Weeks Cone are being congratulated on
+' --0- Starke Telegraph : "Talk of state division is
i : I sponsor'of the bill, will never get again up and let's hope it will not all sides for their effective work
Heading the bills presented to legislature day causes
for their constituency and the
beyond the talking stage! until he reach beyond the talking stage"
one to wonder what the members would do without the auto- readies the coffin stage.; -Miami State division appears to be the praise Is well placed. We do not

mobiles to pick on. Beach Sun. only hope of salvation for the recall a session where Mils county N EVERY famous
has been so signally beneflUed It race --
--0--, southern part of the state/! where
and in
;' -0-- Is also timely that we do not forget world-record breaking
Under the judicial circuit redistricting bill Bradford, The guy now engaged In pushIng the tourist must be pleased and their co-workers, Senator 13.M ). endurance runs-this tire has shown
Y / peanut up Pike's Peak with entertained Kit her IE'tIS have b its
C outstanding toughness
Johns of Bradford and Representative ; ,strength.
Clay, St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler counties would comprisethe his nose left home because his wife the legislation we ask for this A. D. Andrews of UnIon -- t' t \\% safety, and durability. Wherever
twentieth circuit. wanted the mower pushed around section or boost for state division. whose assistance is well you drive you'll: get most miles per
the lawn.-Starke Telegraph.And -South Miami Sun. r dollar. Equip
your car today
worthy of mention In our behalf. HI
he resorted to the goober be- -0- lowest prices.
Farmers are wondering:; if the debenture clause of the cause he felt this country needed On account of high electric rate, Macclenny Press. I Ii" 1 rrL
"mower" peanut polltlclal1s.MIIlml Lake Butler lost an established Industry h /
: relief bill will remedy the bent in their financial standing or '
Woman speaker In Jacksonville t rs.
each San The city Is supplied with lG 11 '
add another kink to it. -0-- current by the Florida Power and insisted that men folks should not ;1 ? .. J. W. ANDREWS, --" "--.".. .-
-o-- Editor J. C, Robinson of the Light Company", who have madean disgrace their wives by appearing :
Bradford County Telegraph wants offer for the Starke municipal In public without a coat. Even '' g 'Jr. Starke, ['la.t ,
P: State paragraphers are commenting on Ford's $10,000 some legislators next time whosetax plant. Evidently juice from big I money says ,all that speaker had t M\ y tl'T. '"
front door. Anyone who can paste a $10,000 bill on his door I minds will rise above the levelof plants is as expensive an that from on could he balled up. and placed Mnnla.y'I\ljltt;
can get in the Ford class. : a gas tank. We'll be satisfied
If they'll get down to the level of ,
: o-
the gas In our tank, 'Cause we
We have it on authority of the Bradenton Herald that ,
know It won't be much then -
,, Bradenton "Opens School in Piano." Rather crowded, but Croveland Graphic. ; 41r--

_ I;l solves the building problem I That St.-Petersburg--visitor who I Saturday is Southern 'i l lj

-o bought; $37G,000 worth of goodson

t It remains to be seen whether the jail sentence will take credit should be given a chanceto I

the sin out of Sinclair, as one paragrapher suggests, but it straighten. Starke out Telegraph the state's Too flnaiues. I .! Goodyear Day {

1 will certainly remove the air. many of his sort have already hada "

Ir ,. 1)-' chance at the state's finances. : .
That's what's the matter with 'em
", Anyway, Germany won't have any harder time meeting how Palm J Beach Independent. : I

installments on her nine billion dollar debt than the average --oA ,
Herman flying man has set a 4: TIle illustration l ti from ,'
motorist on his thousand:! dollar car. an nrtia Retch
alp new altitude record, flying further of the completed. tdsdn plant
o -
k from the ground and nearer /
j,J New Jersey spinster, celebrating her 101st birthday, to the stars than any other aviator. .8 I r* n a

Fays the modern girls "are terribly homely." But they look -Palm Beach Independent. Did I z' // t1_ _ _
t Sf i good to most any man, regardless how old-the men, not the ho fly nearer to the 8tars'than the -' ---...
bozo who dopped In a parachute
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The state prison's honor system will now be reinforced I II I

s with steel and concrete. Not many, compared to the number

; y of inmates, betrayed the trust imposed by Superintendent For your convenience: I I

'' Blitch. have my warehouse well

; ,
stocked with different
Powell of the Times-Union bemoans the location of his

,' ? city and Kingsley Lake. Take a lesson from the old boy who analysis (suitable for all I

sari' went to the mountain when said'mountain would not come '
crops) of Swift Red
','f to him. .-,

Steer fertilizers and the
y0fi ----

i., Milton Gazette tells of a stalk of corn being brought in ..'. "
t4 prices that I have will 'f it
? I with two ears of corn on it. Up in the Lawtey section a ..

? f farmer found one corn stalk with eighteen roasting ears in save you money. ___ __

? > one shuck. This is not a fish,... story. either. A Red Letter Day in
----- o--

The Hastings Herald says "there is a widespread feeling
f that taxes are not high enough, among the people who don't G. H. BennettNear Southern Tire History

pay any." For' that reason we have about decided that a

sales tax would be the very thing to make these non-taxpayers Depot.

13 i L come across:: with their share. Starke, Fla. >-!..

;, ; --- ---- The South has gone Goodyear- a great one day sale. Together1

ICJ "the beautiful and wise" head of the Florida Pa- and we're organizing a little celebration with other Goodyear dealers in

uy IlAGrapheri League, passed through Starke Tuesday with of our own to mark the this vicinity, we hope to sell Saturday -

only a wave. There, that sounds like a news note from Dank's early opening of Goodyear'* 1 more than a day's output

I Corner but.it should be good enough for anyone who wouldn't great new tire plant at Gadtden, to show our appreciation of the

; stop. Anyway, there's , lines less to write to fill this colm. r Marguerite'sShoppe Alabama. I opening of this plant and to

0 This plant will Lo the moat mod show that It is none too large.

Driving through Monticello last week, we found the Coast ern tire factory in the world, the \ Goodyear tires-Pathfinder, All-

Line depot several miles out in the woods on the other side of last word in equipment and fa 'I I Weather or Double Eagleareci

? town. So far Monticello has not moved to the railroad and !. Ita capacity it 5,000 I definitely superior in tread and

evidently has no intention of doing so, as the courts have or- tin.: jr day-Southern made t+ carcass aa we can sho.v you.
dered the railroad to rebuild its tracks to its old station site. for the Southern trade. "
Instead of taking a train to go to the country, this West Flor- SPECIALSSleeveless +l't' Help us to celebrate and help
And we're
going to offer special ,
yourself wonderful
tire values
ida town to the to take train.
goes country a "ivalue
In Goodyears Saturday In
--0-- -. by coming in to see us Saturday.

What not to publish is sometimes more of a problem than Sport Frocks, :

some can solve. Such, for instance, the marriage last week
pastel shades, $12.75a\.
w of a 11-year-old girl, in which the judge was criticised for

marrying such a youngster and the paper for carrying the at $8.73.

marriage news. As is usually the case there are two 30. 3 1-2 Speedway Tire, Clin. S/.0J 29_ J.JO Speedway $6.05
All $29.75 Dresses reduced -
I; ls sides of this:'! incident. The contracting parties had complied 30x31.2 Pathfinder Tire Clin. $5.95 29x4.10 Pathfinder Tire 1
r' $7J5RITCH'S
S 4+ with existing laws and the judge was compelled to issue the to $19.50. _

I license ; if he had not performed the ceremony there were I
$19.50 Dresses reducedto
? plenty others whose only concern would have been the collection

of their fees. Publication of the marriage did not $12.93.:

I ;1 I change a single factor of tho ceremony-it probably shatteredthe Summer Hats reduced to SERVICE STATION
smug complacency of some when it exposed the absurd

marriage laws of the state, otherwise they would not have actual cost.Beautiful .

given the marriage a thought. It is not denied such condi-
Line of "Hoi-
be remedied but the state legislature is the
tions should Starke.
i r 4 }place to lodge complaints against existing laws, and the more lins Uunstop" Hosiery, :: :: Florida'I'

publicity given such inadequate statutes the quicker action
$1.50 and $2.00.
: will be taken to remedy matters. -


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