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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 21, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SCHOOL INCOME Governor 1IayCall TICK ERADICATION TO---... : Road Department I II I Interest On WHITE HOUSE ;



Another BE FOLLOWED BY IMPROVEMENT i\IeetsJuly ISthPiiilmbly I Tax Certificates I '
DEFICIT '
SHOWS
i Extra Session ReducedUnder HAS NEGRESS :

lt> :\II1I1<11l Dollar lit I ,
OF CATTLE
Netv S'UIU.tl'II'U"n to )ltAwimlctl. ,.
OF Tallahassee. June 19). -.- Coy "
$3,500,000 .
Doyle E. Carlton will call a second -- I 1------ --- a law pam*< d at this session AS TEA GUEST

twenty-day fxtraordlnary( session Dr. J. P. Mack.veterinarian : and pastures and 1 bring/ III purebred The second quarterly meeting of the legislature; property ; ,

of the Florida connectedvlth the U. a. Bureau I sires\ to improve the native I I owners whose lands were* sold, to 'J ,
Institutions: ( Slay I.osc KntInRi. legislature: tomorrow of Animal of I the state road department! --- \ 1"
'Ian.\ morning unless: I the lawmaking of tick Industry' and Htipeuvlaor cattle. This Is II wise step) to take. set tentatively for July 15, will :I the state\ for taxes' may redeem Ito 1.1.1..t'M \\'Ifc' 'Ii ,.:"ft.rtnlll(1 [ .

-! body completes the duties Bradford eradication counties. In In Union and Cattlemen III \\>nt Florida have witness the opening of bids. and I their property by paying 8 percent Iii :Mrs. lllMMTHopes :I ; .,,

'r.tlalhassee. Juno 18. The laid down by the governor at th"ieglunug co-operation brought: In a 11111lIumlJl"r\ of 1 purebred awarding) of contracts for road I -----. :
with the State Live: Stock Sanitary Interest for each year, Instead
sires with the assistance of
I II : of the first special session and bridge work In at least half of I tho rcpublli-an 4 -
from all sources for a I party '
,,
ii I ,il income Board, and )Dr. H. ,
Juno 1. L Brink- the state veterinarian's ofllce and of the 25 per cent for the to keep tho foothold .
on dozen counties Chairman H. W. gained In tho S
i loiidii'B( public school system for I The chief executive: made this man, veterinarian, assigned to final are finding that It Is profitable Bent ley slated Saturday.Several first year and 8 per cent thereat sou Hi at the last general i-loctlou ; '

i )In' year, 1928-29 failed to meet statempnt' tOlllghl, adding that he tick eradication, and live stock and highly satisfactory. AH a bridges on road number \ ter. Thousands of acres of laud( have been seriously menaced, according \ '
Improvement "
working out of the result of the Interviews I
mentioned
c.'illKat.' / ons by approximately $3-j was prepared to call the legislators ; office of the State four along the oust!!! (coast; a havo been redeemed by I owners tol Washington dispatch! :
Veterillunian.IW above It there will be at
Into their second extraordinary appears\ published In I bo Atlanta
M. Lyunch ofi bridge spanning Rice creek. In Constitu-
George
"ii MHO. J. V. Knapp. have Just the state since of the act,
ooiiclavs within completed least 12 puro bred bulls brought: passage tion. June 12.Washington. 1 "
thirty minutes I'utnam t ,county on rood number t
i hurwater. Plnellas county super- a series of interviews with Into Union county In I the near future. which expires December :HI, of this
of the expiration crt the constitutional three roud number social circles,
I bridge j
; a on are
iiiinndeiit' of public instruction, c cattleman In Dr. Mack's territory, I Each man who plans to develop shocked
I'I'j
time limit I nnd, more thos sands otk.i.ts to t tho and
the Southwest of the present In five noiir lIu nuehlon. to spit" I the year many core the sole
of connection
nid president with the development his he..d] in this manner expects topic of
session! tomorrow noon. \Vlthlttchoochle river; one. over I w II again be placed on the conversation t Is over the .'
I l lnrlda, School Officials' conference, of the cattle Industry following to do all he can to get his fact (that the .' ,
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"I leave the question of a second New River on Btute roud :28! wife of Oscar De
hero with tick HI'lill-1 tax books during! tho six months ,
,t.' i larpd( It. a letter filed eradication. They advise neighbors to do likewise. This ; Priest, '
extraordinary session to the ford and Union counties and negro; congressman from -
members of the stole legislature that cattlemen are enthusiastic result In larger number of ; another t hare\; allowed\ In redeem without Illinois
ecliat: ore and representatives! ," the may over tho Alalhi river In hills was the guest; of Mm.
i :
Explaining: that lie had been over the prospects) : of the cattle In- purebred" btJng/ I Imported I than the 25: per cent penalty. 1 Herbert[ Hoover
at
said. "If they finish their road number a white house ,
the governor In borouKh county on 1 lI tow this act has no bearing I
.i,nm >shloned present Ic-gts- dustry.' Union where the dip- now a1ltil'It>lItiI1. Bradford county ever Wednesday.. ,
,ii"irs with statement of the fl- special session/ duties tomorrow ping Is being completed over most cattlemen export to do the same five, are some of I the bridge projects on taxes assessed for 11)28) and Washington / 1, 1r
there will there/ore be no second almost certain to be In (the society I HIS alwaytt :
"Hudal needs of the state's public of the county this month cattlemen thing but of course will not lie now past due Any property going followed '
special session. But miles* they call for bids the chairman stated southern fElons and precedents 1 : I j
-,.'hool system, Lynch said theihre'1 say that as a result of thelradil'allol1 ready until tlw tick I eradication is to the state this year for tuxes I .
do, I shall be compelled> to pall (COII"lrll'lun! projects In Leon, nnd members of ('ongr: "M ;
deficit will (the 25/ cent penalty.
half of
I million and a the tick, cattle look completed we. work l Is well under carry per from the "
them together again: for another Wukulla( 'oilier, Levy and probably north as well as the ,} ''i,4 ;
inn')' after the most "rigid ecouo- letter than at any time before at way and ijppld progress/ Is being The purpose of t the act was merely south tire I'' ,
and twenty (lay session." this several: others, will likely: to get buck on the fax rolls\ lands, equally perturbed, the ,(1 i, \
!iii" ,>," In the administration season of (he year and they made on fui'omit of the splendid dispatch( states. '
has maintained I the amount of l'OI1"II'uI'Uon tom They sue the I
>.'i-aron' of the schools had been Tho governor Intend to take advantage; of the co-operutlan ol the cattle owners run Hold I to (the slate prior to 1928. "Illy white" ..i."
] machine
I that the I legislature> must pass the tick free ,'ondll, 'on of their < re llian million dollars, It Is The following Ir-tter addressedto understood 'f', !, 'I'
,. li"d. ranges; to be In
iiM> t the I In
building 1
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b'ennlal: appropriation bill, the -- --- believed.' Florida. ; I
the ob- C. A. Knight tax collector,
nder budget system, I "
I a TtJxiiH.
be classed1 I II biennial: I t tax levy bill, and some According t to I plans I the board deals with this phase: North Carolina and Virgin i'1'': '

I .ittoiis., he said for would teachers' acceptable: program: for revision: 01Fhcriia's HOUSE ADOPTS MEASURE, will be) (in KtHMlon: more than one The Act of 1(123( :!!J it-duclng the ia, tak:ng a I tumble, The wives of I ; ,
.1-I sf i percent I three" congressmen and
for IIUlar-j| tax structure prior to fl- day. After routine mutters are rate of 'merest to 8 per cent on ten olherawere I;

i I'' 1 percent Including Janitors, nal adjournment. These items, disposed of, bids w'll ho opened nil tax) certificates! and all\ subsequent present." *'>* *, [j;

]physical plants number of others, were and members will remain here Soiiili"'i'iu'iNnn, <-r of building, sanliar with a ON PERSONAL PROPERTY omitted taxes I due the state

I iiimirupkeep I : fuel and so forth: 2 mentioned in his call when the until they" are tabulated In order will not expire! until December) 31, Southern" members of congress: ;:
supplies
y : to to in H Ue awards, as was the cawe were angered: when the .1 l .
for administration; equip special session now drawing a _.___ __ 102!), but If any land is sold for announcement !
p'ernont: labora- 'close was convened on June 1. ., --- ,0-------- at the last quarterly meeting evenIf tuxes lit the tax sule this'! your to was rend Into the senate i t trecoitls

ment. Including} classroom 1 The administration tax revision Owner Uiiblc to IIc'Il't'IIU1t.v. ] differences on these measures. this requires two or three 11ay!!. Individuals t the t tnx certificates i by Senator Caraway ot: .*.$*' .' i
!lorles, libraries and the like I-'oi' Kniliiti to Declare* The CJIllls bill adding another J ,
Insurance, bills have been the cause of a senate I -.- will cull for 25 i 1'1' cent Interest Arkansas. One member of the, (
percent; 6 per cent for l"rc>|>erty. penny to the present five cent gasoline senate from t the
the south t said ,
anticipated and house deadlock during na the leg'slalure, did not reduce : 'j'
interest and sinking funds, tax, passed the house Friday: Licenses Invalid "111111
1 for past wek: but It was reported today I. Hint, consequently t the tax payers constrained 'j) believe 1))
and percent
notes If the senate nets
tax favorably afternoon
on by a voto of fortyfiveto (that If President '
that; differences between the should be advised to !)IIY their I I Hoover cP.dn'tdance ,

Hi her'expenses.. HI"'olllllllll'll two bodies( had been settled by a a bill paused: by the house, forty. 1 I thirty-eight. It finally went After August 1stI taxes for( 1928!) either direct to you with thai nogro woman In' !' ,

:Many COUFNCH' Joint conference ('ommttee.I : seven to th'rteen! Just before ad- over after being amended to carry or III redemption, of tux certificates, Mississippi, as charged, it walt ''i '

"'rle budget; shows' that expenditures -I The appropriation bill. passed Journmeent of the Saturday afternoon the aggregate/ attendance basis asa I 1o the clerk of (lie circuit! court only because he doe> not know ".j

have been made only for session form of distribution to the :\i I'H.V l IHlrt'I'C'\O( II't 111.011 Old. how to dunce." :
some days ago by the !senate! has yesterday. It will be HO no to save (the difference! between t
| absolutely vital essentials. schools> of the one cent extra tax. nnil. N"'\\" I'Vos Senator Pat Harrison ,
IIH been) under house consideration exceedingly; difficult In Floridato 8 per cent and 25 per cent of Mississippi <:
thiS statement to the legislators; hereafter The nillls bill, It Is claimed by \ said: "The Incident ,>
tor the lust two days but must be escape for personal that they would liave (to pay for Is an ,

..ild. "Offerings; In manual train- sent again to the senate for approval property. In Its share of ad va- Its sponsors, will provide a fund; Person who liuvo bought: statewide two years after the tax sale ot deplorable ins It Is astounding If'i( I 4 L.. -

domestic art domestic of approximately two and a half fishing licenses under the there Is I '
!it?, : of amendments lorem taxes. I II 29. any one thing (tha people ;,

'knee bookkeeping" music and The tax levy bill has been passedby While disclaiming any relat'on- million: dollars for the public I present' law will bu required" to l'h>IIHe disseminate this Informal of I the south do not approve, it la .,' : ':t

art were discontinued In a number the senate, but was placed on ship with the administration tax schools; la'fLddtlon: to $200,000 pay I the difference I 1 hot WI'PIl the ton! as much an possible so that any tendency toward negro social .

school! systems, and In 90 ver.onL bills from the one-fourth of one mill: cost of such n permit under I the equality." '
<.r! tho house calendar this afternoon. already passed by both (the tux payers may have the benefit
.- of all the schools the sub- houses the tax on real and personal property. old law and that to he l'OIlOl'tNlun- I Senator Morris I 1'
In addition( the governor said,, measure which went of the Art of the legislature/; of Sheppnrd of
the traditionallYII.'llIlcmiA included In (ltomea;; ure. der the new law wh'ch' goes Into I Texas, expressed his views
tects offered were ., he will require action on a bill over In the house Saturday was 1920. by say 4hj

: courses." passed: by I he'senate arid now before I chanrplonid by the sn-me-pTourf'n'n-if' j-rn *Tr...." .. effect on August.!!! 1, nccordlug to Very truly yours, ing, : ". deploro this Incident! be-: t. T

The county boards( of public the house which would validate drew substantially! the same vote.A (',\'fTI,1"I': : S SIl'ST (iO advice of the attorney general; us Krnest: Amos, yoiul, all measure. It Is a recognition ,.

strnct'on were forced to adopt In-I tax (deeds and after tax redemption -I regular machine-gun like barrage embodied III a letter to (I. C. Co ni vt rol Icr. of social equality of the i

of' I three I policies! of laws.Governor of amendments was fired, but, Following a hearing Tuesday Woodward, state /game and freshwater .-,_--:-- white and black nitrite.s. sleD ; i4l

t lOll, he added, shortening of the I Carlton said that his none of them stuck except in a night at tile city council meetingat fish commissioner. The fraught; with Infinite danger to .;1J

,"cliool term and reduction ofacliera' :i call of the second extraordinary few Instances where corrective which property owners protested price of a license to fish In the Advise Sheriffs our white civilization. lf., '
!!
,
!" salaries; operation of the session If Issued would be sent to clauses were Inserted' and a few : the operating of cattle and state at large under the old law Hits No t l'i t'cili.itt'L'Iie I

,"hools on borrowed money. or ap- Joint session of the senate and words added to strengthen certain horse stables In the residential section Is $ 1.50, while the new al.tlm-, To Seize Timber Incident tins no precedent ;,.

in'Uls to the public for private dO-I|'' a house of representatives by 11 prov Ision. the council ordered I the city )poses a fee of $:.1 for the same privilege. In Washington. It must be noted \' ,

nations to complete school o'clock tomorrow morn'ng. The bill provides for all owners attorney to draft an ordinance prohibiting \ : that t the I luncheon between Theodore .1f1 I:\ "

Tit I.OKO Accredited lInt lag I that second extraordinary of personal property to declare the keeping of stock of Mr. Duv'a: letter states, among I DrlluquiMit 'flnJII PuMIcl.iinds. Roosevelt" and! Booker T. :.'
event
the a
"Official reports on file In the of- In session Is called to convene their property and Individual owners all kinds within a certain distance other things; that "persons who I tn)' IN' (''ull14''. Washington: wag a business conference ;

tlrn" of the state superintendentof immediately it will set a are made responsible tinder of any residence. Passage of ihsordinance : I purchased licenses prior to the and not a social I affair, and *tjj':' ,'

: public Instruction show results veteran statesmen said heavy penalty, for'proper assessment will automatically date the law was enacted are presumed Sheriffs of (the various counties !\II'''. Roosevelt was not present. '/! )*i

of each of the above policies precedent, : two special sessions with their county tax asses- force stables of this type to the to know that they are tak- In Florida where t timber InntU\ The tea was u semi-social\ affair1. Jil.

adopted" Lynch cont hiued. "More tolay.vhIe between regular sors. outskirts or outside of the city tag/ out licenses subject to such have been Hold for taxes are being Only u few were present, or In- w *,pvlt.eil. > ,

than 700 elementary schools lost have been meetngs called! there has not Representative Lee, of High limits. changes, regulations; and prohibitions advised by I the attorney! Kellera I's ,\. It: was given a political j|.' ff'

months of the legislative as the legislature may see .department of t their authority as !flavor because the wives of William 1 '
from one to three where the second lands county delivered a masterpiece The keeping,: of a single! cow or I'

school(: term ; 93 senior high yet been a case railed on the heels In talking for the bill. He work animal on the premises 1 will fit to make, and there Is nothing I timber agents uuiler, virtue of e. Mitchell! attorney general, hMr'

hools are facing removal from session was session they said. quoted evidence submitted! before also be covered by this ordinance, unconstitutional In the act of the t their o III cos as sheriffs, and, provisions and Secretary of War flood two tj"} ",
,
His accredited list of the Southern of a first special', the supreme court, which recently although \they are not prohibited. legislature providing for the levyof of (the law which enables cabinet, members weru" present. .I .i

\soc'atlon: of Secondary schools '-1MPKII-----:MONHY- : grunted: temporary relief to the Owners will be required' to keep an Increased license tax even them to seize all timber cut from Mrs. Hoover Is a great; favorite 'W," '"J '
I'\\:
-uih removal would mean the S CilVUX: MJWAMK: : ; railroads because county tax: officials the animals in clean, sanitary though; the old licenses have notyt.t !Much lauds. socially<< In the\ capital! but even '; f; "

withdrawal of college: entrance themselves admitted that other ciuarters and to dispose of the manure expired.. Delinquent taxes. even where her beet! friends! Hay that she has ;

\privileges\ ; from four or five thousand -I-t.-The now owners of personal property In such manor as will not Tim new act validated the old the slate bus held" tax Hens for( I committed ii grave error and one 'fj

Florida boys and girls com- Washington!: dollar, June bill was characterized than the carriers were assessed ona prove offensive to surrounding I licenses until August I, according/ I a number of years, ore being; ('01- I I hat will do \her husband InKling :jj':; f

I i'lth.g' the twelfth year of sen- small sized tho "!>'nrm Relief Dol- twenty percent basis while the property owners. It they) are maintained to t the attorney ,general's tupi liOii' lee.It"lln this wuy, cine man i In u ,. !pollticul mi i ry. Fi'I'ullaanslleu '
and which date they may be '('I tititi county having recently reimbursed -- -
( c
113 Junior been In such imuipnr to constitute on
"''I l. high school: I today byReprepontative railroads have consistently:: \ '
house ,
lai' in the In the amount Juno 17 The "Re
their I for licenses provided Under I tlie state
.' nlor high schools may lose Democrat Mis paying on the same kind of property a publc: nuisance, they will changed
!.nularcllzaton: on the list npprovil Kaiiltln, on a fifty percent" basis.Mr. bo condemned( by the health officer the act of the 1)2! !) legislature of $1(I((1.000 bees a sit he found It Itoself publican policy" of oiitertalnlng a, ?Jhi a
sissippi.Harrowing. 1027 act. unable to proceed with either negro woman In tho while house ( 'II'':
education.iad which\ repeals the j
I by the state board of sized Lee challenged the citizen and ordered removed: '
( old
the '
one of .. was condemned! an "disgraceful"by !
the business of t turpentining or f,
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continued op- Action of the council was taken ---- ., ,
:
2 counties have member to meet the Issue squarely and '
another the\ Florida\ .
greenbacks from after the ; legislature.The I
six
lumbering tnnnths
schools on borrowed with his following number of pretext : / i, 1 i'
i-ratloiv of their the small one Inside come out of hiding property i4)Ilylii1iT.hIki: condemnation ,
laid contained
Uanklu wax -
A number of high It. which under the system em- over u period of months and following I'AHTOU HONOIlii: : land on which ho was operating $ ((1'1.//
money. the large one and said It illustrated sold to the state for delinquent Iti a hoiiso resolution which .,
thru '
s.-hools completed their term ployed by county assessors, was escaping the claim the council had, was 1
the size of .the farmer'sdollar I taxes. was panned by the senate this _______
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the generosity of teachers offeringto with the to the amount of over" six 110 ordinance to cover I the keep- The many friends> of Rev. Dr. t

serve until the counties were 'when compared hundred million dollars a, year. ing of animals: within the city Tucker will be) pleased to learnt A recent! complaint has. reached morning.__ l'OI 1":, '
-
al dollar. nlltro, !.
Indnstr the attorney general's: \ ,
able to their salaries. have lie referred to the $38,000.000 limits. t that. Southern! College, situated
pay would
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of the financial "nut lie said ----- conferred from Santa !Rosa county, and the WAH \''':'rT II ; : _
"A personal survey side In del'nquent taxes In Florida at In Lakeland Florida, r .
the Inscription on each sheriff of that county has been JORDAN! Clj.tl.MM! TO )"'
\ status of 60 i county systems would have the present time, and stated that I."ntillll'S: I :Sit; ('.\ltS upon him the honorary degree of : ; ..f
a ,
Income hanged. On one I Its advised to proceed at onc'e to levy in: '1'1"'ut.ltHWoiT"': : : fVouthriil i I tl _
roveals that the present of wheat If Individuals were asesssed'! '! asthoroughly Toctor of Law, (L.L.I I ), at
bale of cotton a shock timber found to have 1 been -- "
all 1,
will be Inadequate to operate than the and a stalk of corn. Ou the other as the railroads tax For< the week' ending/ June 13th: commencement In May. I: taken upon from a largo tract on which I 'lItfriic'tI'l4Ivm'r' In ('Nt'i i ;' /t'' _ _

schools for a term longer the I I would have a typical American money; would he sufficient at the Lnwtey shipped 2(1( cars of mixed Other honorary degrees given; at tuxes have become delinquent.In of ""'111'11 I Different) i 1':3t.: "" ,\ :(

tour to six months. Among house in the year 1929 witha present time to place the state on vegetables, the shipments being the same time were, to 1'resldent the sheriff Is \ _

states of the union. Florida ranks farm dilapidated bouse and desolated a financial basis where It by rights I made up oC sweet corn, lima beans Lincoln liulley, of Stetson University such canes fee of twenty-five par A short but Intensive, training lathe :i ;'. _

fortieth In cost of public Instruction ought to be. At the same time, 'and peppers. In this: shipment was Doctor of Education.To permitted a hardest school of the theatre : J'
surround I InKs. from public _
cent of the proceeds ,
salary deplored the V. A. Lambeth! of --stock--won Jack Jordan a '
thirty-fifth! in average "Don't forget to put In his automobile the Highlands man included thirteen thousand cratesof \Rev. and the contract 't {
gale of the tim\ her operator
paid to teachers; fortieth in number suggested Representative necessity of making up a separate corn bringing an average price Washington, I). C., Doctor of Lit lumber with Fox Movietone, lila ; i _
either or
of t turpentine
of days of annual school term. DenUon, Republican, Illinois. assessment roll for automobiles as of $1.25, lima/ beans were quotedat erature. these lands whether first role Is that of a reporter in 1 V _
works
required in another bill recently To Rev. A. Fred Turner of Jacksonville on the great murder trial .
"Yes, I would put In a broken $2.60 and peppers $1.50. Heavy the land not Is subject mystery. ; _
he or
1IOMI-J: : IjAt'NDRV>> said the Missis- passed, simply as a means of forcIng shipments are being made from Florida, Doctor of Di owns play "Thru J Different )Kyes; allIlitlog : J _
OPKXS; down machine, to a fine of $1,000 and) a jail
"And In front of the one class of property on to every shipping platform In the vinity. Him which Is next week.", it. *:

J. \v. Young, who has charge: of slpplan.house I would have an old farmer, the tax books where honest owners I! county, the sweet corn crop of this To lion. II. J. Drane of Lakeland ten! tence.- .. feature at the Florida Theatre ,' t,, ,,1Ollillenllle J' _

distribution of the May-Tag washing all of our farmers are old ought to have already placed it. : season being the largest ever i Doctor of Lawn.. t. .

machnes: In this section, main- because The young!: ones have He said that If this precedent con- grown, and price have been very To S. E.< Thomason, editor of the Mi.,1: IiO.thtl)>> liri.K. STATION' Born In Philadelphia, September 'c's: ;:1 I

; headquarters In Starke, men now.driven off the farms Into t'nued, It wouldn't be long before satisfactory. Tampa Tribune, Doctor of Litera- 29, 190 I I. Jordan received his J .."" '
taining been With the opening of the Seaboard preparatory education at Freehold
would be called on ;
laundry near the legislature S -- t ure.
home world. 'I. it I
has opened a the local the Industrial to make a separate list for assembling -I Dr. Tucker Is now a teacher In bulk oil and gasoline: station Military School, Freehold< N. J., ,t r
the city park to satisfy J.()(',\I. ('COMPANV; : ( AMI' '
laundry of this type. t'Si.S: IW TONS FKIlTII.IXK.il.: : merchants' stocks of goods Southern College: anti has always In Starke, this. city now has the school which also numbers F'',:, :it'
demand for
a schedule of prices -- and farmers' mules to prevent I been an earnest student. Through six stations operated by oil companies Wallace'' Reid among Its Illustrious /j
He maintains a Member of the local Headquarters '
home to of fertilizer consumption such classes of properly escaping his long life he has secured and for supplying retail filling : alumni. Jordan was just R.'I, ;
the average The peak Second Battalion,
which enables Company '
work done at Jhe Bradford county passed from the tax assessors. I, been, honored with the following rtatlon. The Seaboard station\ Is 'fourteen years old when he left ,
in In
have all their left Sunday morning specialcars J
of Mr. Norman tires the school In 1918 and ..; .
decided Improvement and the monthly Records listed In arguments fpr academic degrees, viz.: Bachelor In charge mlllltary
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laundry and at a very of work. three months Issued ago by the inspection the bill showed that property actually for their annual two weeks of Arts, Master of Arts, Bachelor and fur the time being he Is enlisted In the Marine! Corps lie _,
In quality reports of training at Camp Foster. This
hU supplies In from Jacksonville was all set for overseas, when his ,
headquarters of agriculture existing In the state has a of Divinity. Doctor of Divinity and trucking /.
established bureau, department training period keeps the national
Mr. Young but I until the business warrants age was checked up, and( be was ,
his wash- decline for each succeeding true value of 12,799,201,212, Doctor of Laws.! i'J"' /
for distributing shows a guard units of the state in A-l
accountof Only 90 tons were that tax assessors had It listed for The people of Starke remember building a local tank yard. promptly discharged from actlveiservice. J I "
on
Starke month. co-ordinates the units
ing machines in shape and Besides the Seaboard, other stations .
labors 4
with 727987214. with gratitude the faithful } '
roads allowinghim during May as compared .: '
the Improved his territory | used The house Saturday voted not to in one effective body. of Dr. Tucker while serving/ as \ operating\ here are the Undaunted, Jordan .

access to every part of 100 tons for April. _::.-- church Standard, Tan-Am, Sinclair, Gulf the Navy, and succeeded In
planof p recede from amendments it attached pastor of the Presbyterian ,g 1

and It Is the ultimate establish a llIltTHS to the three administration! M'OfT IIIKK: here, and congratulate him on his and Texas the latter just completing Ing the Atlantic once on a crOIl-gt"l%,,'J'a

the company to supply nearby Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp Wa- tax bills before sending; them backto receiving; this new recognition!: ofhis a tank yard on Madison port just as the war ended ; (
tranch office here to We all wish street on the site formerly occu- believes he l Is one of the youngest. :fi' .
who have teroak, daughter. June 18th. the senate on Friday. A con- Will be held Saturday after- educational worth. ...." 'I '

towns and villages of electricity In Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal, Sampson ference committee went to work noon. Leave town 1 p. m. Sign up Dr. and Mrs. Tucker continued p'ed by. the Jones Lumber Company If not the youngest, American war i lt "

the their advantage homes. : City,, son, June 13th. Monday lit an effort to reconcile with Mr. Wyman or Mr. Sebring health and prosperity. --. veteran !'. 1tfrt ;(V

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u attended church! here Sunday. was a loving wife and mother, alsoa \ ........................ were visitors at II M. McRae's Friday -I of Commerce will be held In 0".1 t

Mrs Jim Merrll ot Ft. Pierce Is kind neighbor. She was! always I-; ZIFFMiss : Mr, J, R Kelly. Miss: Lillian the denton convention, the members at Orlando aueiuln i 111.\'?, ,
i lit 1 "pund,\ ng a few weeks here with
: L LEGISLATIVE NEWS 1 1A relatives' ready to lend a helping hand In .. Ciml Lewis Cor. CC Kelly and Miss Jennie Maude Friendly week. voting City. in favor of I n Ii., .

Mr. and. Mrs. K.: J. l King and Joined her early the girlhood Missionary Mrs Bennett Baptist ........................ 'Crosby and Ellen were Norman visiting Sunday/ Mlsa Wattle -

daughter. Novella of Hampton attended held at Rock Sale of a 20 acre citrus .
Services .
church arid was a true faithful were Mi. and \Mrs II. M. McRae at- /gi<'' \
n spirited debate again was hues have escaped assessment! by church here Sunday.Mr. worker until God called her home. church Saturday and Sunday by tended church Wateroak Sun located on the Dunedln-Tamnn < '" !
turned on the six cent gasoline the 192!) state legislature/ Representative \ Nlram Wynn, J. L. Wynn Mrs. Bennett leaves to mourn of La- off to Noel Creasey, of Cratfu 1,
proposal by Gil I la of Walton when John K, !Mathews, II)u- and eon II. C., were visiting Mr her death besides a host of friends I tho pastor Elder Moody day.Those who attended B. Y. P. U. England, was announced yeHtenl. ,

Pepper's amendment failed to carry val today sought to introduce a C, C. Wynn In Gainesville hospital her husband, Mr. G, M. Bennett, crosse. from Wateroak Sunday night were by tho firm of Paul F, Randolph
}, and Gillia immediately moved. bill In the lower body of the legislature Sunday, afternoon, who was In u an of Jasper and nine children\ : Mrs+ Miss Rhoda Thomas: of Jacksonville Miss Wattle Ellen and Carrie Bell Inc., which handled the tranKU,

to reconsider the vote by which a bill levying a tax of ten accident which occurred late Saturday C Sullivan, Theresa, Mrs, Ruby' Is spendlny several days here Norman Messrs. Barney and Wilbur lion The property formerly, .

the amendment failed. The bill cents per gallon on stilled<1! wnter afternoon We wish him a Gaines Gainesville, Mrs. \VV.. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .. Parrish and Russell Norman, owned by William P. Anderson 1 of 1
to Impose an extra one cent tax+ used in batteries, five cents per speedy recovery Underhill St. Mrs. Dunedin. The consideration ,
Petersburg; B Thomas and Mr. and( Mrs. Levy Norman h
+ gasoline. Its author proclaimed, gallon; on plain aqua pura In radiators Mi. and \Mrs. Berry Iyal) are said to have been $20,000 .
on of M. M. Henderson, Jasper; Messrs.A Mi1. W. J. Johns ot: Starke, Is and children.Mr. Bays/ i I Ii.+
and cent pound
offered one per
represented the only proposal the proud parents of a baby boy, Clearwater Sun.
relief to on air used In tires. Objection L. and Jasper Bennett; Misses spending a while here ,with his \ and Mrs. J. W. McRae were
far in providing pressure born Wednesday, June 13. _
so
raised Lucille, Ruth anrl Teresa Bennett daughter Mrs. J. W. Lewis. visitors at the home of the latter'B -
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claimed to Introduction was '
the public schools. He !Mr. and Mrs, Hogan Smith and all of Jasper also four !brothers Mrs. V. B. At least twenty counties will ,
J. M. Lee H'gh-!' ; Mr. R. L. Thomas, spent! Sunday parents. Mr. and l h.
desirous by Representative
N that he was not particularly Mrs. Kirby Smith attended the funeral four sisters and eight grand after- represented in the meeting
,
burdening the lands; who said I he "was afraid here with his cousin Johnnie Wheeler in Starke Sunday call II l
of further services of her sister In Hawthorn children.She for Friday: afternoon, Juno
Lewis I I noon. 7. ,u,
left the
If to
that he had waited the bill might pass,
motorists, but Saturday. was laid to rest in the Snpp/ Orlando to discuss plans foi
I The people of this section are i .I i
t days to present the measure vote of the house. Mr. K. S. Jones of Palmetto wag $4,000,000-
seventy cemetry near Halford Monday busy gathering! their watermelons, i A to be located state wide committee ot cltlzi ,
In the hope that some other by the visiting his mother, Mrs. R. 1 1C, June 10th at 12.00 o'clock. and hauling them to Jacksonville. on Tampa bay Is being plan- to assist in the fight; against ih,,
road bills
Two passed
would be
plan for the scliooU pre Jones a few days this week.
Those who attended to business'n ned by the American Cyanamid Mediterranean fruit fly in Flm( !
sented. senate over the veto of Governor Mr. and Mrs. E. J. King and Darling mother, lions has left us Jacksonville last week areIr.: \ company and the trustees of the Ida. The meeting has been (cause!

Carlton were Included In the senate daughter Novella, and Miss Cleo : Left us, aye, forever more- J. W Lewis Kllle Fowler, Lloyd Internal Improvement Fund were by Col. R. M. 'Shearer. charm'! ,,,,

t The house of representatives message received In the hue Thomas, were visiting In Trenton Hut we hope to some day met thee and Colonel!I Padgett and Mr. J.W. asked Saturday of a representative I of the central Florida citizen

passed the sixth cent gasoline tax One related to a road from Mar Sunday.Mr. On you bright and shining shore. Padgett.Mr. of the concern for enough; state' committee from all sections of t instate
Monday afternoon by a vote of 45 C. J, Davis! and children I H. H Shaw and children of land to complete the project. It is said.Construction .
ana to the Industrial Home for have recently moved to Starke. ,
to 38, following lengthy discussion IIlssesVlllie Mae and Okie Hln-+ Alachua, spent the week here with > -*-
on merits of distribution that Boys, and the other a highway We wish them much success. I I lion have recently gone to Starke Mrll. Shaw's parents and while The next annual convention of of dock at Yaluli i

finally ended with adoption of the from River Junction to the state Met; J. N. Thomas and sonl'l.I for the summer school course. here they attended church\ at Rock. the Flor'da State Junior (Chamber completed, ___
attended church -------- '
r aggregate attendance basis for apportioning hospital at Chattahoochee. They Lucian and Otis Miss Merle Ransoms of Jacksonville Mr. Lyon Crosby and Clyde

+; the proceeds of the tat i were placed on the calendar. The ; at New River Sunday.Mr. enjoyed the past week-end Cone were attending to business In
of the bill! estimated house concurred in senate amend and !Mrs. Fogg and children
Proponents with Miss Rhoda Zelgler, Jacksonville one day of last week.
that the public schools of the state ments to the bill abolishing the Mr. and !Mrs Alvin Wasdln ot Graham Miss| Ida Hagan gave: a n'ce! \Mr. Clyde Brown of Pine Hill, ,

would receive approximately $2-, three assistant attorney generals enjoyed a, fishing trip on birthday party lust Thursday nightat was In our section Saturday.
400,000 from the tax Imposed by: and also In amendment to a local Sampson lake last Thursday.Mr. Strickland Branch on Crystal Mr. Leland Litchfield was in i.t"f.
from theonefourth fish bill fur Martin county. The and !Mrs. J. L. Wynn and
the bill plus 1200,000 ( lake, entertaining a number of her Jacksonville on business last week.
of one mill tax on all bill passed by the senate author children were visiting Mr. and friends with a nice fish supper Mr. II. E. Thomas of Jackson-
property included Iz'ng the supreme court to call I In Mrs. C. C. Wynn and family Sunday I..
real and personal I. Those present were Mrs. A. ville, spent last of last week here
in the measure, In addition to circuit court judges to aid in 'preparation afternoon. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. T B, Trlest, with his parents.Mrs. .
rl ; the $400,000 appropriated In +a of opinions and disposition Miss Betty Wadsworth has returned Mrs. Eloise Owsley Moore and son C C. Johns ot Lake Alfred, t 0wpYS

lump sum to the building fund of of cases. to her home near Flagler Byron, from Valdosta Ga., Miss spent Sunday here with relatives i.C
Beach, after a few weeks visit
of higher learn
the institutions Hilda and Miss Thelma Sullivan, and friends.
To the public; school sum The senate passed the biennia with Miss Dorothy Smith. Messrs.
7i i ing. Ruth and Rhoda Zegller, !Mrs. Frank Fowler and grandson -
would be added the approximate general tax levy bill to provide for Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Prescott Auther Milliken and James Tries[ Ellis, were attending to busi-
amount of 11,500,000 received raising revenues for 1929 and find family of Starke, spent thweekend All reported a very pleasant eve ness In Starke last Tuesday.

t from, the two-thirds of one cent 1930 for (the operation of state with her parents Mr, ning and wishing Miss Hagan Mr. and Mrs J. G. Howard[ ot

4 4, from the administration tax plan, departments and fixing county and Mrs. Jake Drown. many more happy birthdays.We Fairbanks, were visiting Mrs.
d'rtiS' waking a total of approximately millage Friday, completing the last I Mrs. Harper and children of are very glad to report that Howard's father, \Mr. J. H. Kelly ( 'S1K'JJtcJNSECTS
d Sanford is spending a few weeks
$1,200,000. bit of essential legislation In the Mrs. '1'. M. Hagan; Is improving Mrs. E. Howard and daughter _
upper branch, and then skipped with her mother, Mrs. E. M, and hope she will be well aga'n: Miss\ Ellen, spent Sunday here .d. \ '
One of the general bills, sponsored about on the calendar and waded. Goodge. I coon with relatives. S by a.G.etrt.! Ci-p. .,itsI

by Sen. t. J. McCall af the through messages from the houseof ------ Mrs Cljde Brown from Broolter. Mr. and Mrs J. W Lewis wree { I LLS-lice-Mosquitoes-Bedbugs-Ronchcs-Moths-Ant-I7eas I << :. .

'Thirtieth! district added nearly representatives to pass t thirty ............ ..w.......-. Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ben visiting in Starke last Sunday. Waterbugs-Crickets I and many other ,insect
two score varieties of trees and three additional measures during/ Susser. VrtM, for iducaliaaal booklet,A/cCoraiic Or CV,Ballanon,Md.

'ehruba to the list of trees and the morning and afternoon session : HAMPTON. a:. Miss Rhoda ZeIgler gave a pUl'tylallt .............. ........ ._ ..'. .... "'" t ftlmnm, 'pr.
The Mla Ailfi ,
I shrubs protected by law. Tonight the senate swept Its calendar Friday, night In honor of Miss '
statute require. written permission clear of local measures, and .................... ... Merle Ransoms ot Jacksonville, t Rising ,* D D

from the owne r of private then adjourned over the week end The Parent-Teachers' Association and Mr. W. T. Zeigler. When all 0 Miss Iris :MeUno, Cor. D D
lands to gather; cut or dig the to reconvene at 3 o'clock Monday! arrived they motored to Crystal .
( trees or shrubs. No permission C Item noon. met at the city hall Tuesday; enjoyed ........................
lake where games were
evening.: June 11th, with
: may be granted for public lands ing offlcerr. present: Mrs. follow'I'I and also supper. Everyone! reported Mr. and Mrs. al'neyfcHae: of
r Violation Is punishable by flue of The general tax levy bill,, permitting Brown President: Miss Helm \ a nice time. Starke were visitors ot Mr, and

from $10 to $100 and costs. the levying of slightly; In well 'vice president: Mrs. L. II.Futch I Miss Ida\ Hagan had as her Mrs. II. M. McRae Sunday after
excess of fifteen mills for state last week-end, her niece.
secretary and Mrs.' L. A. | guests:
Taxes of ten cents per gallon; purposes, with leeway permitted Johns, treasurer. and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, noon.Mr.. Milton Crawford of Jack-
+' on lubrication oil and one dollar In I the ten mill l"vy for general; The following committees have Moore and son. Mrs. Moore will be sonville, is spending; a few days

per year on all meters of water, purposes, were the amount to be been appointed: remembered here here as Miss here with relatives.Mr. .
electric and gas companies and on fixed is left to the discretion of Bloke Owsley.Mr. and Mrs. T. K.;: Stokes and 4 c
L. A uyourde.letem.otrueol.hw.wW
\Membership committee: ; IfVjutJ-? each telephone in the state were i the governor passed' by a vote of Johns, chairman, J. C. Keene, Ceo! Bert Hlnson and mother children of Waldo, and Mr and ..ppny llrcctl by Parcel Port ,y Powder-lac, 23c, Sac and$1.00
!? introduced In the house of representatives 23 to 10, carrying one slight Itlnson. i Mrs. G.V.. Hlnson, arrived here. Mrs. J. C. Menace of Gainesville, n regul.r |rla.a Grw-23e

.,, this morning as the amendment permitting five to ten Hook committee: Mrs. Frank Sunday from Tampa where they --

''q,. only revenue producing measures mills Instead ot five to eight m'lli! Johnson' chairman, Mrs. C. A. hive[ been vlstlnllIrs.: \ Hlnaon'K! ,
t of the day. The ten cent lubricating for county general purposes.
flirt, Mrs. J. Williams, Mrs. J. slater.
a. oil tax was previously'! Introduced N. Ilutledge. Mr. R. G. Zelgler/ of Gainesville

In the senate and Is still The most Important measure In Playground equipment committee spent. Sunday with his parents

P, on the calendar, but the house niianco which the governor's; veto was : Mrs' Paul !Mast, chairman, Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zeigler.

and taxation committee to sustained: was the bill proposing Mrs. II. A. Delk Mr. J. }1. Ad- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Powell amlaughter'
t which the bill wall referred, this Increase of $10 in the amount
an kids M. Watterson, L. C. Johns Doris, were visiting! at
recommended that a for Confederate veterans f
of .
afternoon pensions
Hall last Friday.Mr.
I! and H. I>. May. Putnam
tax of only live cents be charged. and their widows. The bill Program committee: Mrs. ,.... B. and Mrs. J. C. DuBose and

The bill was Introduced by representative would have Increased the present I Alexander, chairman, \Mrs A. A.Uurden family: of Vero Beach, were visitIng -
Henry S. McKenzie, of $10 montli to $50.
pension a !Mrs. L. O. Johns Mrs. Du Rose's sister, Mrs. A.
'. chairman of the finance and taxation Governor Carlton In hs! veto Social\ committee: Mrs. O. L'i I L. Sullivan and family last weekMiss .

,I committee. message, pointed out that this Harrison, ('halrmallfrs.! P. n. : Maude Bender of Orange. .66 -.i
Increase' in ,
would necessitate an her giandpar- --
limit, \Mrs Km ma tamnreaux. Heights, Is visiting;
Representative Robert E. Oliver, millage. Publicity committee: Mist Ada entshere this week, Mr. and Mrs

Palm Beach, submitted a bill Nlmmo, chairman, C. L. !Manalre, Madison Hall. !
,covering, rules or right,of way for After first voting to sustain the. J. L. Williams. i I Mm. Josephine Sull.van: of' I
motorists on highways of the governor In his veto of a local bill Ways and means for raising Hampton attended church here NECARBUILT
state. Included in the bill Is a providing that Levy county could funds for school purposes were last Sunday.
I
provision that municipalities Instilling accept money Instead of free textbooks discussed and planned, after which I Rev, Hayman of Orl\:: e Heights
traffic signals on state the senate' reconsidered Its '
,
cake and lemonade was served preached some interesting sermons
roads shall plaCe them .under the action and passed the bill over+ abundantly. at the Baptist church last Saturday

regulation of the'road department the 'governor's objection.The The Southern Hell Telephone and Sunday.Mr. F EAT U RES

M us to frequency and locatlod.t -- force, who are doing: reconstruction A. L. Sullivan, Miss Thelma BY BUICK
IH two road bill, seeking n work here are guests; of the Sullivan; and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler

The senate turned thumbs down paved highway; to the entrances of Hotel Hampton this week. were business visitors to Jacksonville

,Ion one house amendment to the both the boys Industrial school at Mrs. Josephine Sullivan attended Tuesday.
)s hlll passed by the senate providing Murlaiuia and the state hospital at services at the Baptist church, 0 COMBINED ONLY IN MARQUETTE INPRICES

for the payment of ad valorem Chattahoochee; both of which were Theressiv last Sunday Xi\V; ; PASSKNGI-.JV: HKDCLKS: :
"r taxes on automobiles prior to ob- vetoed, were again passed, the! ReV ,,'. )t. Taylor, pastor of THE $1000 CLASS

,,I talnlng a license tag, refused to time designating the road department the Graham Baptist church, filled Beginning Sunday, April 21st,, Marquetto Model 30
.. concur in. one house amendment funds as a source of financing his regular appointment there last Seaboard Railway schedules for Two p..nller bu.l-

:'c: to the gasoline tax distribution Instead of the general revenue Sunday. Starke were posted aa follows: new coupe It's pretty hard to catalogue a car like the Marquette-and give anything

measure and voted down three out fund, basis of the governor's objection Mrs. P. B. Hunt has returned to Southbound $965 like a true idea of what you get. in this car in the $1000 class. This new six
ot six; house amendments to the before, here after a visit with
her home 11:19 m.
1 (Local) p.
No.
Is such a revolutionary value that you've actually got to see and drive it torealize
bill creating the board ot administration I her daughter, Mrs S. M. Simmons, No. 11-(Local) 11:23 a. m. Marquette Model 30
to handle funds pooled The senate added another revenue ot Sparr. No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m. Fivpas.naer two- what a great car it isl I

.,t1 for the retirement of county bonded producing measure to the bills Mrs. L. A. Johns was business No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. door sedan
I ., Indebtedness. passed In the upper branch, of visitor to Starke this week. Northbound 975Marquetta Just as an indication of the value, rare value-in this splendid new six-

lb the legislature as the body reconvened Miss Margie and Master Robby No. 2-Local( ) 5:35: a. m. here are a few of more than 66 fine-car features that it embodies-features

y To abolish .the maximum speed at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Johns are visiting their grandmother No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: p. m. Model 34 combined: for the first time on a car in the $1000 field.
: limit of forty-five miles an hour following the last weekendof Mrs. Johnson of Kentucky. No. 108-(Limited) 6:41: p. m. Four-pataengef eportroadatu
tit on the open road w'aB of the most (the 1929 extra session. The Mi O. L. Harrison and family, "annt"e Branch
Important measures passed. Sen. bill sponsored by Sen. A.V. Mrs.-I. J. Priest and Mrs. Martin, No. 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. $995 Wheelbase 114 inches. Running board fully bound

.i rq T. G. Futch of the Twenty-third Young, of the Thirty-third district attended revival services at Waldo No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. Closed Bodies by Fisher. with no exposed screws.

q district, author of the bill, spoke places occupational license last Sunday.C. m. Marquette Model 3S Non-glare I Fisher W type Completely sealed engine.
Flve-pauenger
r' briefly !1'1 its behalf, pointing out axes on more than eighty businesses A. Blrt and family were Blue Bus Lines phaeton ventilating windshield. Forced lubrication.
that it had previously been passed and professions heretofore guettta; at the home of Mr. Dirt's Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:63: $
by the senate at the regular seam untaxed under occupational license father in Alachua county last Sun- a. m., 1:58 p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:58p. : 995Mirqilette New type mohair upholstery. Lovejoy hydraulic shock absorbers -

,h anon of the legislature. The vote tax statutes. It passed, after day. m. Model 38-3 Spacious: rear seat. both front and rear.Fourp.uencer.pectal .
Ir' was 33 to 0 for the passage ot the nearly two hours spent In considering The chicken supper under the Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07: Adjustable front seat. Four-wheel internal-
t bill after an amendment by Sen. more than a score ot auspices of the Parent-Teachers' p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6t37: p. m., 10:50: coupe -
''L { W \V Phillips, of the Fourteenth amendments, by a vote ot 21 to association, that was served last p. m. $ Remarkable power plantexpanding brakes.
t district, had been added". Senator 15. Friday evening was quite a success. .-- 995farquett 67.5 brake horsepower. Adjustable steering wheel.

Phillips' amendment increased by : A nice sum ot $14 was realized Rubber engine mountings.Thermostaticallycontrolled.
Model 37Fivtpatic0er
New construction in Florida contracted Hydrostatic gasoline gauge
y4 Jive\ miles an hour the speed at ............. .......... which will be used for for In April was worth four on dash.
which trucks may be operated in school benefits. donned
.i..- cities. The bill originally fixed : SAMPSON CITY 0TIIERESSA ,$6.317,300, according to figures water cooling.Fullcrown Guide tilt-ray lamps.
recently by $1035
made public at Tampa one-piece fenders
K, ten miles in business districts and C"leo: ThomasWe ............. .......... national! statistical organization.The A host of other extraordinary
fifteen,: miles In residential districts a ,. b. Chrome-plated cowl lights features that combine to
r ,' as the maximum. Under the ..................... .. : : figure represented an Increase .h..e Iu c'< jincea'actary.p-e.l o. and cowl I moulding. make the Amer1" -
49 cent over the amountfor ..... Marquette
k y Futch bill the speed limit of forty- had services here Sunday! Miss Rhoda Zrlgler, Cor. I pf March per and 26 per cent above .4UtttfdeUvervrt' '" font e price Mjr* Built-in I bumper brackets ica's most complete I car i in

1; five miles an hour Is abolished, morning and evening by the pastor ...N)..... ............ the business done In April of lastear include ch.rgcafordelneryend/reaaonable': integral with frame. the 1000 field.
); I permitting motorists to travel as Rev. Hemingway of Starke. f..m ic:... Convenient .
fast as may be desired on the open Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Durkey Dentil of )1..... <;. )r, IlcnnoU It was said. t-f -C.-t b'iO.M.A.C. nrrnnp(|.
.tH'Ib'f I
i I't' road. Provision Is made, however and Mrs. Joe Okey of Hollywood, Sorrow overspread our little ,T.me..ay.ne..t..
MICHIGAN
ti for fixing responsibility for are spending a tew weeks with her community Sunday, June 9, when The Polk County Record reportsone C-n. eet Vi. delivered. BUICK MOTOR Division COMPANY Gvnaral,Melon FLINT,
,c accidents, and for tightened regulations mother, Mrs. S. E. Jones. a telegram arrived announcing of the best attended meetings firI;, wt.l as the. hue. Canadian FactorialMcLaughlinBuick Corporation I Buildara of
.il I rhea c >mp rinajutowbbile
'F4 t,. on careless and reckless Mr. S. T. Thomas and Miss Rosa the death of Mrs. C. E. Bennett ot of poultrymen ever held In Polk l : valuee.Register. OthawaOng, BuiekandMarqu.tt.Motor Cars

.'. +:' '; driving. Slowing down for curves, Tumleylln were united in marriage Jasper, Saturday, June 8th. Mrs. Bounty when a new co-operative
Intersections, schools churches Wednesday afternoon by Rev. C.A. Bennett .was born July 24th 1877, association was formed and a new
tt and small communities along the Crosby ot Starke, we wish them and was the daughter ot the late lease ot life given the poultry Motor CompanyStarke
,, 't highways Is compulsory under the a happy future. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Sapp of Rat- business of that section of the

Futch UHl. Mr. and Mrs. Nlram Wynn and ford. She was married to Mr. state. Among the Polk cities represented
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family of Hampton were visiting Q. M. Bennett, July 1. 1896. Mrs. in the audience were
,y Declaring that it appeared that relatives here Sunday. Bennett lived In this communityfor .Lakeland, Lake Alfred flames Florida

.. some ot the elements and things ilrs. Alfred Varnes and daughters a number ot years, and to City Lake Wales, Hesperldes, Aub- WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUI LT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM7r
used In connection with automo- Myra and Annnle, of Starke, know her was to love her! She urndale and Bartow,




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.'. -o 'Ito I absorb the debt. custody when officers found him In the home of the Holy land. I near Starke, werethe guests of A group of eastern capitalists:

----r'I In another car In nearby woods. Beyond the sea of time, al and Mr and !Mrs. R. N, Crawford huts notified the Florida State I

i Newt ot Florida in Short Paragraph Tallahassee The regular Officers charge\ ; that the two men. much holler by far-- Thursday. afternoon. Chamber <.. Commerce of Its In- .
Itt\ .. nnd Mrs. Joe Crawford and tention
I closed season on taking salt water In different automobiles were to establish this year a ; t
i !speckled! trout In Florida begins at -peedln! along the highway/; last Than even, old< PalesIne.) a land children and Mr.\ and !Mrs.\ Gus $2,000,000 oil refinery at Port

midnight June 15. and continues night; when they passed nialotkUK where Jesus dwells; Wolf of Jacksonville, spent Sun- Everglade on Bay Mable between ,

until midnight July 14, T. R. a companion walking/ down In bliss, a land where att'nn and lay here with their brother, Mr.I' Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.

I [Live State News I II Hodges state shell fish commissioner the road. Craze It was alleged; angels': sing! :. N. Crawford and family I'I The decision was reached as a direct .

announced. During that i opened fire mortally wounding The ever lusting song with all Mr, Jack Bowers wits a visitor result of the favorable action !

period, it will be unlawful to i Blalock. Previous to the shootingof Ills blood washed throng. here last week. by the legislature on the proposed r

catch possess or ship any salt Dlalock, Hysler Is alleged to Thou art !gone: Oh, precious mother We are glad to see Mr. J. L.Casklns constitutional amendment to exempt Q'

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES water trout, he said. The law Imposes have taken several shots at a : never to call, able to be out again, after from taxation for fifteen t'

i a heavy penalty for violationof negro woman and her two sons. :Never: to !!speak never to walk this a severe attack of ptomaine years all industrial concern locat'I'I i 4yi,
I The shots went wild. earth aJlan.l'hel'e'll : : 1o'so ing In the state and after
_.._.._---_.__.__._--,---_.._.._ -, the closed' season statute, and Mr Carl Hllliard: and son Luth- a
--' '-"-"-"- -'-'-- home, -
;---- ---'--'-'-" the shell fish department will vigorously one Ions at one vacant 1920
ttiev, of Woodlawn, were visitors r
Miami-The death. toll in the Orlando -- Fred nicdaoe, of enforce the closed seasonon .1111N1..111v4.1hr.1N. chair: !
here Thursday. Kustln' Plans announced rerection
that Oh. how WB miss your sweet face for .
Huh' Mr. Hodges stated.
of the Havana-Miami plane Yoeman, .
ash Hlllshorough county .
1 1 Since establishment of the closed} KVKRfiHKK.VMrs. Cod help us to meet you, when we of health sanitarium on t' er
iciii-hed two today with the death drowned In )Klrland lake, 10 miles season, the fish has been gradually a ( I.'. A. hosier, Cor.) 4 have run our race Advertising placed In magazines; tract near here. 'r' ; i''

,pr, General George] Taylor, the south of Clermont when his boat \\ e know our mother's asleep in of national clrculat.on: by the t Sears, lloebuck & Company will' .h !,
Increasing as the regulation ........................ I Florida Bureau of Immigration, s \
Airways office was11"lllIed capsized In Jesus, blessed sleep" ; 1 build $200,000 store building at I
Van-American a heavy rainstorm. Two permitted them' to spawn, he said I
other Mr. and Mrs R. S. Hosier and : From which none ever wakes to department under the supervisionof Tampa. : 'f
The radio youths, who were with him
today. operator,
i Louise Clarla retul'n-I Agricultural; Commissioner Nathan i' 1
Children and( ; Street railway trucks will! be removed i ..All
at the time weep
,\ T. Griffin was killed instantly.: swam ashore. Bled- Fort :Myers--With\ the city and : ed home Friday fl'om1l1dIMon.:\ A calm and undisturbed repose. Mayo\ has been productive ofa and streets paved in Key 1ft
soe was considered swimmer
of tho a good county divided Into 22 zones and' where attended the funeralof large lint of names of )persona Went.Frledlnnder. '
',;'a\101'| was a representative they Unknown by the last of foes;
witnesses said
but became crews assigned to each District, Ft. making !inquiry relative to farming 1 ,
I.in-American company. excited and went down In Mrs. Hosier's mother Mrs.V. J.Reynold \\> know she Is gone; to never Inr, opened merchandise ;
seven Myers and Lee county'durlng the IIi
"*,. Come buck again-nnd !still! It is opportunities In Florida 1 Jle- store In )Frotproof re- : lI '.
feet of water. )Ills body( was recovered last five days have been" stripped '
Anadla -- Establishment of the by T. F Stoddurd of Cler- Mrs. Hester Sapp:'; spent the weekend our loss and Clod's eternal tius containing the names are cently. ,
l Hi. Solo Dairy Products company, a mont. clean of Mediterranean\ fruit fly I with Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hosier gain. mailed at intervals to the ham-\ I Saws should be bred in June for .
host fruits vegetables.; A volunteer bers of commerce throughout/ the fall litters. A good boar will '
amery, was approved at a Joint near Lawtey.Mr. FloHBye A. Hosier, pay
of 210 workers and 1
iitnmlttee meeting of the Kiwanis Tallahassee A : that army and Mrs. K S. Hosier wel'ethe Alllene Armstrong, state. for himself many times In the increased t" ,
i warning i
:HO! trucks has made a clean sweepof .
.nut Lions clubs the DoSoto cham- grocery: dealers of Florida were fruit fly fodder and more than' guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). John It. He>'nolK -- productiveness of his off-t
of commerce and the Elks last Peele Sunday afternoon Gladys A. Reynolds. C renter" Miami's\ biggest;/ industry spring.I t 1 1
i l.i'i! unwittingly/; violating the Florida '
300 truck of fruit have been
loads v
mull/; when plans for the new en- pure food and drugs act by preparing disposed, of In'Jo'ort Myers alone. Leslie McClellan spent' the week- ---.- the tourist trade. Is being expanded i Gainesville -- Alachua) county 1 t

i it-prise' were given out by F. E. packages for customers sealed The city and county are now bare end with his friend, Waldo 1'1"11/1-/; .1.1 -.S1.001vtr..101.... by approximately $1>,00ou .- will grow about .1.000,000 pounds<; j
local dairyman. le. (ooo u worth of new equipment) comprising of tobacco thin season 'I ;
Kfiseiideu, with tape was Issued here by Com- f.
of federal will
fruit and Inspectors
/ oo/ "*'s Reach :
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missioner of Agriculture Nathan Mr. Cheathem of Luwtey, was a > new residences, hotels, '
; be Invited to Inspect the county
Orlando Florida growers of I :Mayo In preparing the packages) in! order that It may continue to visitor to Evergreen'Monday. i0.10111'x5 ....$.......... .. :a qal'tnwlltl'lancl. buildings._. 666 'f :
St. Clair Saturdaynight } ---+- -- -
and eggplants whose Moseley spent
peppers prop- merchants, to meet the provisions: remain: In the free zone. -
ii ties' are located in the protective of the law, must write or stamp ; with his (cousin Eugene; Kor- \ l Franklo. Lou Murrheo\ returned IIn'towPPI'oxlmutely! $50.- li a Prescription: for f '

runes (zone 2)) of the Medlterranui upon each the character of the Orlando Complete settlementfor syth.Mrs. home Sunday after spend 000 will he spent) for constructionof Colds, (itlppc, Tic DCIIKIII'/ IU1 (

\', fly quarantine received good contents and the net weight, the all personal and property dam- Henry Dunn andllhlren\ ing several days at Dellmore the 2.2i-mlle! extension of SeaboardAir ions I'Vvrr ntul Mjilarlii.K ,

news today from Washington An commissioner' said. done when the automobile of returned home Sunday after guest of friends and relatives. Line railway from. Conner's Is I the most speedy remedy '
administrative order by the department age PI'eIHl'IIK a few days with relatives ;\111111 Murrhee'vats delightfully entertained packing house to KxcpNIon;: Puck known '
II. J. Cohen of Orlando, sideswiped Woodlawn.. while there and will be }
of agriculture extended the St. Petersburg Muiiley Welch,
of these two a truck carrying fourteen negro I In :lh'JtlnJ'.n. delighted( to spend< her next vacation ?! ,
for shipments
time St. Petersburg fisherman, was workers! to Oakland when they pii

v'lltables( to S June. .30.Homestead .. 'caught"' by a 100-pounil hammerhead : met on the Winter Garden road.} 1I1'S.Vllliam\ In memory of James our dear Reynolds mother,, Mr.\ there and Mrs.\ Curtis Harris and :: We i < [IItJ

shark at the municipal pier last has Just been made can chcrfle
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May your .
-Wallace Long, 17 yesterday. When the shark struck who passed away June 12th, 1029, baby and Mrs.\ L. Harris of Moll- YE 8 URu 5--
stated this
by Cohen, It was ( morn- ;
Inhaler's "
with (
In hosplkil at Orlando, and was more, spent Sunday here
a
school student, was 1
Mtir-old f high I he hook the line fouled( and I
Fred Scott, attorney for t
instantly killed and four others, Welch was pulled from the pier the ing negroes by In civil action. CohenIs laid to rest June 14th In Pine brother, Mr.\ I.. M.\ Mur-\ STORAGE OAT f ERY InSmith's o .;, ./1} '

two of them girls, were seriously Into t the buy. For a few minutes proprietor of a department Grove cemetery, Madison\ rhee.Mr.
:: and
and Mrs I.lIcyorl11l1n '
injured In a collision of two auto to thought the 12th was going; to
; ; stote. The steering wheel of the
One more precious soul Is' laid to daughter/ Cleo, spent Saturday at
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mublles here last night. Long and be unlucky for him. A line wasthrown Cohen cur broke, causing him to rest, Highland the guests of the former's Starke 1' l
three school companions were otvtliolr to him and he was }pulled lose control of the car and It sideswiped -
!Mr\ and Mrs Cliff
In old( Pine firove'n peaceful shade parents, Garage
when their '
way to a dance buck onto the pier. He was still the truck driven by J. K. I Pla. 5
But still her KOUI\ I ves In endless
machine was struck by an auto- clutching the pole, and after a Vaughn of Sanford and then ram- ,' ,INortnan. !
C. Bozeman, bliss Mr\ and(} Mrs.\ .1. J. llldgon of .. :.... r ra
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mobile driven by hard battle he landed the monster med a couch, driven by F. B. ; 1, 'j
;No; arrests were made, pending the Brown of Orlovista, immediately r 1 1I

outcome of an inquest. Tallahassee' Unless some provision behind, the truck. I"
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Is made by the present legislature ;- .'j'

Fort Lauderdale LawrenceFoster. to take care of a $400- Ocala After 'spending prac- I r ," r", rat

21, or Miami, was shot and 000 bond Interest indebtedness of tically the whole afternoon questioning - -- .. ,

,,riously wounded today by IJepni the Florida Everglades district to witnesses' the Marlon [ : f "

\ Sheriff "Hob" Campbell ofI fall due July 1, that section will county grand Jury adjourned late -

I 'award county during a raid on stand in default of the debt, it today until next Thursday without -

"i -nil' west of Hallandalc. Foster, [ was learned here today. The information making any report on the slaying

t, no was shot through/; the right j was obtained at an of Hay lilalock, negro. In connection .

breast sad! he had worked for a I emergency meeting of members of with whose' death Henry '/ f
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ihuM I company and had Just ar- the state drainage, !: board, who fin- Cruze and John Hysler of Duval \ yl

iixicl, at the site of the still to de- ally decided to meet with drainage : county are held. I Ha lock was klll- I

1 KMa, ,. load of sugar when the committees of the two houses el near Cltra last night. Hysler

-In Tiff's forces descended upon the of the legislature tomorrow' morn- was arrested' in a garage at llaw- I \tbA1 "

place. 'no; to discuss proposed legislation; i thorne and Cruze was taken In I I '

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'; \\ \ 1 Y. \v'.1. HNVIMMIMJ: : IMKTY Mesdames W. C. Woolen and i If limo $250,000,00 citrus IndiiHi" ,
\ ,\. Forsyth Is Favored By Is to lie saved. It Is not an In*, I
I' Geo.: Anderson attended tin. Eastern
,), to be trifled with as the kllll" >
,' The members of the Y. W. A. Star nt Starke Monday night. maggot"//;/ or the Mexican fly ,t
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\ Dinkins
: \ Defeat
entertained by to
delightfully
: were Many
: :-30ClctVIiJI Mrs. D. W. Sapp and three It In quite as dangerous i I",
the ladles of the W. M. V., as a
I Baldwin citrus fruits as the germ of i I.
went to '
daughters up ----------- :n
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evening,
swimming//; party, Tuesday :
& at the Weeks cottage on l Klngsley Tuesday' for several days. liI'TTlSO: Hl'\IOIU'U: : TO HI: :ta telllgent and exhaustive study t of rosy Is to people

; ,f Lake Mrs. E E. Burney went tip to : ov KOHHYTHl.ii plants and Insects. We were therefore The Herald hopes that othi. i

Jacksonville! Wednesday to visit I who, have been obstructing th"?
: < OKKirKltHlti IX. UutledKo Boring of Gainesville, After a nice swim the girls were II. V. particularly pleased when we work of the plant board and .
f'' K\V her. parents, Elder: and Miss\ Have Disk l Cure In f< "!
to
i. TAMKI: IIY "'():\I.\'I'S:'; was announced at this time. then given a delicious chicken: ))1-) Skipper for several days / u I oy Hoy Ills ('ot' received In yesterday's mall the oral agents will\ follow Mr. Mead_

!' CLUB (1I'( ST.\lUU: Daisies and cosmos were effectively lau dinner, served by Mrs. J. M.\ Friends of Dr. and 1\IrA. G. W. nrrJtl following letter lion him: example, acknowledge their ml-

i home Brownlee, Mrs W. M. EdwanlH, Brown, Jr., of Brewster, Kia., are KTKAI>M\X-, l'tN'I'1'\1)1:1::'; : I Editor Sanford Forum, lake, and lend their support to I n liP,
( meeting of t the arranged throughout 5\Irs.\ W..1. Epperson and Mrs. G. the Dear sir: big fight In which
I :; The cloning extending congratulations on IX OLYMPIC: KIXALH. TOKKKKUKU i we are alremhengaged. .
for this delightful affair. The color W Alderman.The I wish to acknowledge that I
; An
editorial
held which was born on June
,I Woman's Club of Starke, was arrival of a son .: : i
at the tluhItouse scheme of yellow and white was regular Y. W. A. program; Sunday, June 9th. He will be was misinformed as to the Skipper! In the Sanford Herald.
: Wednesday afternoon was led by Mills Gussie Mae Bennett Identical with the _
tl carried out In all decorations. Tplace called Geo. Wllmot III. Maggot; ; being -. -
New pincers for 1929-30, and Instructive talk The 10 round bout between
Iknow
a very Mediterranean fly and so far an ..
v to .
;" curds and tallies were of We the undersigned agree Dinkins fast Lifting of the first "zone on. .
C. \Vhlte.It Lawrence (Monk)
Mrs.\ Geo.
i were Installed as follows was given by close our places of business ,on there Is no definite proof as or Infested area, In Florida's flidit'
I President, Mrs. B.1Johns, bridal motif in keeping with t tocl the was decided during!; the meetIng Thursday afternoons from June 1 27 !and hard hitting featherweight to when the Mediterranean fly against the Mediterranean fly ,
Wa
'vice-president. Mrs C, A. Knight; aslon. to adjourn for the summer, the horn Lawtey and Vasco Forsy I first appeared In Sanford. i
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i until September made Saturday by the state plain
Burns, meeting to be sometime In the rubber man of Starke, July,
Edward
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J secretary. Mrs. During/ thefive course dinner A. M. Lewis, Florrle Terry, tiattract Yours truly, board which rescinded original

; treasurer, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. each guest was given a white satlu September. Arthur.'ne: Blanchard, 0.V.. Roberts 4th, at KIngsley lake, promises Theodore L. Mead.It orders that had resulted In tin.
Both
|. Owing to the absence of the covered booklet containing a Those enjoying the party were: E. Orlir.s, J. B. Rowe G. W. a record rrow.l. each la one thing to make mistaken designation as zone one of an an',i

J' i president. Mrs O. M. Inman, the check made to Elizabeth and John, MUses: Eunice: Perkins, Hlnclie Howell W M. Bryant, Louie I II. boys are training: hard and t : It Is quite another to acknowledge surrounding an Infestation a'i<
will I
1'n' Jfcecretary. Miss Mabel Weller, ser dated July 18th-- 1929, wishing Alderman, Oussle Mae Bennett, Hill H. R. Thede, P J. Cumin, I O. arc predicting' that the other ; It. The most skilled Doone Park at Jacktionvllle Th.

I ed as chairman and Mrs. H. A. them lots of happiness', signed by Laura Lee Hemingway, Cleo Sliep- W. Young. take an involuntary nap that scientists, or artlslans, frequently) board also removed zone two slurround ,
r ard Mildred Gill Louise Edwards, night. Forsyth Is quoted an saying/
Weeks, secretary Dun Cupid.Following. make mistakes, but unfortunately .UK the Infested Rrea tin
routine, business Elizabeth Kendrick, Lacy. Mae that he really feels sorry for Din "i
admit
will not they
Ui After the regular I the dinner several they always ;
....... distance of nine miles In dr
: Klckliter and Mrs. Geo. C. White. ...............9. kips and will pay part of Monk's every :
given.
annual reports were games of auction bridge were en- are Wl'onlwhen/; pro"en so. That rectlon.

During the business session, a Joyed. High score for the ladles: -.- : BROOKER : doctor bill, and Dinkins says in Mr. Mead 1, of his own volition, --

vote was unanimously. carried that was made by Miss Virginia Weeks BAPTIST. M. U. o, :\1114" Venrle Galncy answer that he does not Intent! to makes this public statement as to One of Florida's greatest p-.

'j" ,none of the property belonging t to while: high score for men was made be BO good to Forsyth I and backer will his error! proves him to bo not tentlalttles, according to an t'elt<
be taken from i1... .............. I show Mr. Forsyth and his ) and
: I' the Woman's Club by Mr. J. R. Boring. The honoreewas The regular business and program N N only one of that large splendid torlal In the current Issue of th"

the building and an urgent request presented an embroidered linen meeting/; of the Baptist W Mr\ ,.Fred Hazen of Gainesville, just how soft rubber can be made class of beings known as human! Manufacturers Hecord, is attracting

,g 'was made for the return of chairs scarf as memento of the affair. M. U., will be held at the Baptist was visiting friends and relatives before it wilts and melts Itefween but also gentleman/ and slml.tsman people( of wealth\ to build

dishes to the clubhouse. Miss Andrews In lookIng afternoon at The C round semi-final of the first order.
and Assisting church, Monday here !last Saturday.Mr. homes In the state. This featu "
fir Mrs. R A. Weeks, Mrs A. Z. after the pleasure of her guests '3:30 o'clock. Circle No. 3 will Walker of Alachua. was ( Hubert Kelly ISO-pounds. We hope there are others In of development thinks the Ue<

;, Adkins and Mrs Edward Burns: were Miss Leila flea Andrews and have charge of the program. I transacting business' here last Sat AVateroak fighting Irishman and Florida who will follow the lead ord mentions James Lauehlln

were appointed as a special committee Miss Clara Louise Peek. -.- urday. Joe Frlgo; rangy Italian from of the "Sage of Ovledo." The Henry C. Howe and It. E. Olds as

to meet with the city tour Those Invited were: Miss Elizabeth rnri.tij. \' or \\ OKTIIYKAM Misses Los: Galney Iris Brown, ''I'' Lawtey Is liable to run the main Both Mediterranean fruit fly was greeted bulfdlng magnificent/ homes in

I; I ctl. Andrews, Miss Mary C nova, <; :'; > :MATROX, o. K.: H. Mildred Cone, and Clara Smith bout a close race for honors.fellows with by many of our oldest settlers) the Daytona. section.

.!' After the presentation ot the Miss Virginia Weeks, Miss Harriet _. visiting at Hampton Beach boys are big powerful as an Insect of long; standing In

gavel to the incoming president, Hitch, Hi\ SB Elise Jones of Gainesville The Masonic. hall was most attractively last were Saturday.Mrs. : ] the kick of a mule in that either makes mitt our community There is no

;Mra. E. M. Johns, Mrs. Johns an Miss Ruth Sternberg, Miss decorated Monday night Lyon Crosby and Mr. P. A. and loads of that stuff The doubt about its resembling certain
heart.
1 ,nounced the chairman of departments Lucille Mitchell, Miss Hazel Kick- In honor of Mrs. Mamie Lander of Crosby were visiting In Starke last cliamplons-fighting other bugs; to a marked degree,
and standing committees. liter: and Miss Dorothy Alvarez of word quit Is In neither boys vo and as Mr. Mead pointed out, the
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Lakeland, who is the Worthy Saturday.Mr.
s The different chairmen and their! Jacksonville, Messrs. John K. Boring Grand Matron of the Grand chap L R. Gatney und daughter cabulary. Each boy has of a there host fart! that the larvae make frequent For your convenience I

so far selected are as Jr. of Gainesville, Frank Carpenter of admirers and everyone long jumps tended greatly to classIfy
6 icommtttees busi
ter of Florida, Order of Eastern Lois, were transacting have warehouse well
their man. "
( follows: Civics, Mrs. C. A. Winston-Salem, N. C., In Starke last Friday. will bet his shoes on It with the "skipper maggot. my
Star.
e'Knight education, Mrs. J. II Norman Ives, James William ness Miss Chas. Beck and Vernon Howe, But the Mediterranean fruit fly .
; Immediately after proving the Mr T. B. Plnholster and stocked with different
M;t nitch. Mrs. T J. Alderman, Mrs.II. Brownlee, Sel wIn Ives of Lake chapter, Mrs. Lander was escortedto Lubedla PlnhoUter attended the 1 Lawtey welters, will box a four is an entirely different sort of a

,' C, RUth ; legislation, Mrs. II. CIt)., Carlyle Rltch, Carl Hester the east, given grand honors show In Gainesville last Saturday ,' round preliminary that promisesto Crews pest, far more dangerous and destructive analysis (suitable for all '
J. Alderman ; be a whiz, while Tlieo. with which
H Young, Mrs. T. of Gainesville Sammy Sternberg, and then presented with a beautiful night. than anything
music Mrs. A, Z. Adklns, Mrs. It. Owen Orllfln and Clifton Brown, several mid Fonso Prevatt will also settle Florida has previously had to con
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l1' arm bouquet of Minnie Frances Mr. If. P. GaIney spent the 4 round crops) of Swift Red
J.. Davis, Mrs. It. F. Demorest, of Lawtey.AMniKWHISOItlMi, roses. These were given by Mrs. days of last week in Fort Pierce, their argument over end It must be completely eradicated

j Miss Florence Matthews; health, A Ina White, worthy matron of the Okeechobee and West Palm Beach route. Two darktown for nickels strutters: and down to the last female fly Steer fertilizers and the :
Mrs. J, M. Alvarez will slug! It out
uTrfra. )R' A. Weeks, :'; : local chapter.After transacting business .
the
I?p1 j Mi'a.:! Bryant Carroll; AmerIcan '- the Introduction of distinguished Mr. und Mrs. Eugene; Long and dimes and the amusement sale at all of drugstores ..bOTlC1'1 01"' '1'X le\t'\I.IZ: ') 5% prices that I have will :
Hoover, Mrs fiiriH. Tickets on --
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; f home Mrs. MiJ.. W. Andrews, Jr. guests and visitors, the children were the guests: of and, nt Lawtey The bonnl of ;county; eomnlisslnn-

( d K. L. Biggs, 1\11'/1./ Julian Peek; announces the engagement and regular order of business was con and Mrs. (1). B. Colson last 1\11"1 In Starke Admission PIH" nt llraclfortl county, floritla, will save you money. ___ __
ilerk'i*
In the
O. L. Ueasley, Drug Store at Lawtey. nest at the rmirllioUHt)
be .uUClcatlon, Mrs. approaching marriage of his (lucted. All the work was put on Mrs. Sally Mott who has seats. First otlli-p. Monday. July 1, 1112! an, aoartl

I : )Irs. ''L. A. Davis Mrs. S. L. Peek maul; daughter; ,, In a splendid manner, this being//; spending some time In Gainesville, bout$1.00.start No at reserve 8 p. m. !sharp. National .u'RiMMMT;' of equal:i-DiiipliilntH: <*tH for and t the purpose rerelvInff -

,I i finance Miss Mabel Weller; Anna 1 Kllyabeth lone to exemplify to the worthy was accompanied home last Friday In uniform will tii..tlrm>ny HH to the value of any

.r Jmuhip' Mrs J. L, Peek; press to grand matron the chapter's knowledge ( with her daughter, Mrs.\ Maggie guardsmen property, rent or personal, or mixed. \
ofe"E'r'one.
Mrs.\ I'" Jo'. be) present, insuring protection HH llxeil bv the tax assessor for the G. H. BennettNear
Mrs T, J. Alderman, Mr. John Itutledge Boring of the work. Sutton Come and bring the year 102U>> HKaiiixt the owner" oriiifiilM
D, E. Knight!; ; school dauvll ter-In- Rlckenbaker was of such property..HI. .
Stump. Mrs. of Gainesville, Florida Mrs. Lander Is a ; County Agent CMIKWS.Chairman .

f }r-rrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs W. 0.Halle. Thursday, July eighteenth law of the late Dr. Lander, who transacting business here last 1"1'1-1 ladles.,-.- of Uourd. Depot.

Mrs. O. L. Hnynes; pro.ral1 nineteen hundred and twentnnel : once ,served the Presbyterian day. ICNOVLFDCFti Attest:
; W. ALITCHMAN,
: U.
MKAD': .\( :\
t', > >, Mrs. C. A. Futch; juniorWIUb "lrst Methodist church, I church: here She spoke most Mr. Gerald< Adklns was visiting: )IH. MISTAKE: Cluik' and Auditor. fl-14-3t-0-2 Starke, Fla.

:} Mrs. W. E, MIddleton. Starke, Florida. )beautifully: \ End 'tenderly] of him. In Hampton several days of last HIS
announced :\U'I'J'I': TO IIIKIII.ltH Petit fl'II.I-
was
4r. ; A, benefit bridge partly at 0 I At the appointed( time ,Mrs week ....Several weeks ago the Herald TIIM ..:ell it'>ii.vr;:'

[ for Tuesday afternoon BIUWJi\ : riA'UME10TH Lander gave a. most Inspiring_ad ltlress l- Mr. L. R. Galney, and daughter!; '
; .
AFTKIINOOX Theodore
3 o'clock. Mrs r received a letter from Sealed proposals will 1).. rioeUrdbv '
lsf'i the clubhouse at : I concerning the work of the Lois, were visiting friends In learned scientist who the I Inn nl. o( hand\ Truteex of lie
musical L. Mead,
a
:: Johns also stated that a Ordeof the Eastern Star, showing; Jacksonville! last Sunday, City of titnikc.! KlorMu, until 2:JUn'cloik I .
: I resides in Ovedo! to the effectthat p. m. on July 16th for ulllltleH '
tea would soon be given. In deta'l the sacred beliefs held Mrs. A. A. Crosby and son equipment listed below. TlieCity ,
; Member of tho afternoon bridge the Mediterranean fruit flywa.3 =i i
t I : ;
mu-
retiring ;
e Mra.\ D. C. Knight, delightfully entertained by this noble order. Glen, are spending! Home time herewith of the old- Lliind Trustees will nt that time
then announced a club were familiar to many open and read publicly all propowalusubmitted. it with
about seventy-five and relatives.
chairman
friends
e;cal by Mrs. A. Z, Adkins Friday afternoon > There were timers in this county, and forwentyfive ,
musical skIt by Misses Vlrglna! at this meeting. Visitors Mrs. Gerald Adkins, who has 1 complete' unit to generate approximately
For All
Q home Walnut present: Flowers
accompanied at her on years had been known 1 ISO K. W. of cleotrlinlenergy
Andrews, ,
Weeks aud Elizabeth ram Green Cove Springs, Waldo been spending some time In Lake I an threw phase. 2300: volt een"I..nt -
street. them the "skipper mag
Miss Florence Andrews, and Gainesville. Duller with friends and relatives among as and to lie operated. by crude Occasions
Luwtey '
and nasturtium .
daisies roses
Shasta got. oil Internal combustion engine.A
r, The hostesses for the afternoon effectively arranged The distinguished guests were: returned home last .Sunday. I to strutted check for &, per cent! of
: MI'8.V, E. Mlddleton, Mrs were Mrs. Mnmle Lander, worthy grand Mr. R. W. Bran'nen' of Lake We were naturally surprised ItH .amount shall urrOmpnny, each bid -
wtre Hoover on the pouch, where two tables receIve such a letter, BO contradictory nrnda payable to the* llnnrd of HnmlTrimteeH
C. ,,
Morgan, Mrs. J. Miss Verna Dullard, Junior visiting here'last Tues Gertrude GodbeyAnderson
J. W matron; Duller was. (City of Ktnrke Florida
for play. to the facts presented by
placed as
and Mrs. W. M. were RH a gu'trall..e' of good ttdth on the
M. Davis matron Mrs. Kath- )
Mrs E. Readies held high past grand day. .. I
Mrs. O. L. he government; entomologists, ) art of the hldd r.
:Walnwrlght. of the rime McKay, associate grand conductress MIss Louise Dyal of RaIford, The boarot hand trustees reKfrveH -
conclusion had
the whom long
at man we
score fl'D1a. I _
.
--T the right to reject or It 11bids.
Mrs. Susie Morrison, several days !of last week any
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It0.11.:1IlT1N0 games, and Mrs. N. SternberK ; spent known by reputation to be thoroughly .
KXKCl'TIYi: : ::!; : each receiving grand Instructor; Mrs. Della here with friends 'nmt -elatlves. sincere conscientious J. T.'QIJIOM3V: Phone 39 Waldo Fla.
made second high, a Chairman, Ilnaid of Hood

OV WOMAN'S:'; fl-l'll OK8TAUKK dainty gift. Green: ,refreshment past! grand committee Martha with Mr. and some Mrs. time Dock in Waters Jacksonville are- I workman In his profession, one ATTKST Trustees, City of Staiko, Kla.. (_. ... .. ..... -,,- --y
salad sandwiches and Icetea The upending who had devoted his life to In- :
Fruit an
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C A. : clerk 6145t7.12II
: KLTCir.: .
Mrs. Mae Wells as chairman, served with friends and relatives. _
the players.
was enjoyed by '
j''. A special! meeting of the new Those present were: Mrs. O. I.... brick Ice cream and home-made' .

i board of the W'orna.ll's'Club (Burns Mrs.O. cake. NITll'E:
f executive: : agues, )Mrs( Edward ,
E of Starke was held Friday, M. Johns This was the last stated meetIng -
L. Ileasley, Mrs. E. FLORIDAGAINESVILLE
I June 14th, 1929, with 14 meni- \ ''ra. N. Sternberg Mrs. J. E.: Corpening. / until the /first Monday In Oc- All members of the executive

,hers present. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and tober. board of the Parent-Teachers' Association -

;, ". A motion was made and carried MIss Mabel Weller. 0 --- are requested to meet FLA.

,1 that Mrs. Beaaley, chairman of ..00000.0...u.N 00.10.4.Li11VTEY at the high school auditorium at rilOGUAMS

Y ) be given entire 4 o'clock. Wednesday afternoon,
:( I beautlflcatlon *
HONOH Ca'I'H'I''r: *
of club grounds. members and Interested 21thMONDAYTUESDAY
;i hb charge \' June 26th. All Week Com June
"", .i It was decided to appropriate mltTIIU.I'HT Mrs. I:. E. Burner Car .. visitors are .Invited to be
a 's .
p I $8.00 a month to chairman of H. J. Davis entertainedwith ...................... resent. I
Mrs.
bouse to be used for cleaning the Mrs. R. .\. Weeks, Pres.
a party, Friday" afternoon, Inhonor L. H. ]Hill was a visitor to Jacksonville
I' building, Miss\ Olive Ray, Secretary. I
| Ida Lulu Tuesday.
our retiring of her daughter, ,, last
:, tw, i A message from was read who celebrated t the fourth anniversary Mrs. F. H, Carrodlue was, visitIng -$- Fire M<>\ Ictono All-tnlkliiK

I'; J'president, Mrs. Inman, of her birth on this oc In Jacksonville and Orange f.NViilING: or.. :\IOSl'. "':.'\\ir 1
a.t this meeting. "Thru Different Eyes"With
casion.Bright. Park Wednesday.H. "'----9
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colored zinnias and fernwas R. Thede was a business visitor The relatives and friends of the I

,,' ItltliEi'.1RTYI : used In decorating the Davis to Starke Monday.Mr. late Harvey it!. Snyder. are invited

home. During the afternoon outdoor and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and to attend the unveiling of the monument No Insurance Edmund Lowe, Warner

I I A delightful\ benefit bridge: party games and contests were enJoyed children also Misses Arlhurtne erected to his memory, bythe I I

F t was given by the Woman's Club by the honor guest and her and Catherine Blanchard and Ruth Woodmen of the- World, which I Baxter and Mary Duncan

;%' i''of Starke, Tuesday afternoon, at young friends.: Howe; were visitors to KIngsley will be held at Crosby cemetery for Your SakeA

[ the clubhouse. and Late in the afternoon the children Lake Sunday. on Sunday June 23rd, at 3 p. m. I Ilk-Oc; ) Mut. &: livening: lOc3OcWEDNESDAY

| Baskts of colorful zinnias were Invited( Into the dining Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and J. W. Morgan. Clerk ,

['roses were attractively arranged In room, where refreshments were children of Tampa, spent the weekend All Friends Camp W, O. .\\, .,. 138 ,

the large auditorium where the accompanied -*-*!.-
i served. Centering the dining table In Lawtey. They were

tables were L.placed Peek won for play.high prize, was a large; birthday cake toppe(1 by Miss Gullda Marie SKHVH'KH 'HAXTOV I fire insurance rate can only measure the Flmt :National Talking Picture
Mrs. S. > their for a .
( with four tiny! lighted!; tapers. Thede who was guest

,,110 box of Djer Kiss dusting Drug powder Each: guest received as a favor an week. Usual services dt Saxton willbe danger of fire damage to a building in which CORRINNE GRIFFITH

;; donated by CorpenIng's Slstrunk re- all-day sucker. Elder: H. V Skipper) of Jackson- held next Sunday. Sunday people are seriously interested in preventingfire
M.
4ltore. Mrs. O, water The hostess was assisted. lookIng v'Jle, was visiting his daughter, school at 3 p. m., followed by In"Saturday's
consolation, a
delved for after the pleasure of the little Mis. E. E. Burney Monday.Mr. preaching services in charge in ,

."set, a donation from Marguerite'sBhoppe. folks by Mrs, C. C. Frank. Will Bryant while on his charge of Rev. R. E.' Starr of the Children"lOrrWc

> For cut prize, Mrs. E. L. Invited to spend the afternoon way to his store from Starke last Lawtey Methodist church. An In- No rate can measure gross carelessness or
a box ofSqulbb' : :Mat. &: Evening: ,: Ilk'SOeThIURSDAYFRIDAY:
i Biggs was presented given with the,young honor guest were: Saturday had the misfortune to vltallou Is extended to,, all. negligence! Knowing this, sound stock fire
,
powder
': dusting MarjorIe Davis, Louise Stern, turn over about a mile from Lawtey. .

j, .:by Corpenlng's Drug Store. I J< Has and Betty Hayes, Joyce and lie escaped with a. few minor )I I insurance companies after an inspection will

Sanwlches, pickles and iced lea Klolse: Hayes, Marjorie and Muriel bruises. Approximately $22,000 back not insure the "questionable"property for
I .\ I"nlte..1rtb.t 1'hturo In
j'i: wall Btorved to the following pluy-) Moore Is.home again after taxes has been paid at the circuit
((( Lamb, Jacquelln Andrews, Joe Andrews Paul
., I1'ere: Mrs. O. L. Ueasley, Mrs. J.,1"r. III, Betty McHae, Comer an absence of several weeks. clerk's\ office at Ft Pierce since your sake! This inspection encourages fire Sound

,:E' Corpening, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Emmet Perryman. Fay Louise Much credit is due Mesdames the new law. decreasing the Interest I safety, discourages carelessness and keeps the
Mrs. C. A. the first in tax NORMA: TALMADGE
Vlnlug for yar
1 \'.Mrs, L. D. Yarborough Virginia Anderson, W. 1 F. Moore, W. E. Edwards and rate
E. M. Johns. Mrs. held by the state, went rate on the true of
y Knight, Mrs. Hebecca Rooks O. L. Haynes, Jr., II. F. Carroellne for the nice ehilr'en's certificates your property measure
;J. C, Robinson, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, which was into effect a few days ago. One fire In
; N. T and Tommy Hitch, Frank day program, I your own risk
'1\ra.\ S. L. Peek 1lrs.or.. J. Alderman Methodist land company paid up three year'staxes
; Hemingway.. Jr.. Freeman Regis carried: out at the
L. Frame, Mrs. H. H. amounting, with Interest "A Woman Disputed"l4k
Mrs. J. Billy These Let
.. ter. Jr.. Dlakely, Granville church last Sunday morning. I your agent explain.
t, 1 Young, Mrs. J, M. Davis, Mrs. a. costs to $19,425. Other land com ,
; : Lewis, Jr., Mary Harriet Bishop, ladles had charge of the program ; ) :Mat &: Evening: ,: lociSOcSATURDAY :
'' 6 .. Harold Bishop, Morty Jean BUtch I and practicing many I
'I E. L.. Biggs, ot which taxes
Mrs name
ifBrownlo: Brock the county on
Archibald Thomas, Jr., and Clar- dren which took part.
'; 'i, i.:Mrs. Wade Kennedy, Mrs. J. H. ice Thomas, Sara Barefoot, Mack Richard Thede has returned have not been paid for several, .1 R. DAVIS & CO.
and Miss Mabel Wei- will likewise up It isl I
Hitch' Jr., Futch, Jean Davis, Gloria Johns home after visiting the boy's campat years, pay

.1er., Gloria Buford. Jimmy and Martha Lakeland.Mr. anticipated resulting! ,In the return A Warner VltnpUono

,I I Klckliter, George Flynn, Jr., Bobby Collier was railed to We!- to the tax toll of much prop- Talking Picture

IINYFR: -llltilNlE P.IIITYr. Biggs Ralph Rhodes L'Ettn: horn last week on account of the .erty In the country.. Insurance
I
Corpening, Olin White Jr., Leon- death of his father-in-law. "FROZEN RIVER"With

Miss Florence Andrews enter- ard Peek, Charles Powell Jr., and MIss Beverly Cady of Klngsley The best way to fight files and I

!, ,ta!ned Friday evening with a dnt sister. George Brown Moore Ruth Lake, was visiting Miss Louise mosquitoes Is to destroy their

''kY '4ii |"Jler-brldge party at her home hon- : Wyman, Leonard Smith, Frances Thede Monday.Mrs. breeding places. Starke II Florida Davey Lee and Bin Tin Tin

j\ orlng her sister Miss Elizabeth I Alderman Barbara and Junior Lacy Redding and daughter Extensive street improvements

n Andrews, whose engagement and Mead Lorraine Sapp Doris Kruae Mlsa Onle of Starke, visited underway in Tallahassee at this toe & 40c Mat. Evening 10c50cnDI

'approaching marriage to Mr. John] and C. C Frank, Jr. her mother, Mra. Lowery Sunday time. J


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,,525252525252525252 resHses I I Judge and l\Ir.\ ... A. Z. Adklus and CiilneHVlIle. spent the w'k-end on Cull/ Htrel't.frs.] Vlnlng he-fore IM\Y1MJ IS KINK: IOu was hard to realize that a club 'I

family leave Friday' for Jacksonville and with her mother \Mrs. U. J.lriifln. her marriage oil June 12th. was :\lIlInl.Joemu: :I .\s \ 'ii.i.its : of dignified ladles could help make I
Beach to be gone several! ( !Miss Lucile Kllpatrlck, of Troy, roitoi''(; PKOPI.I:( ': HO much noise. These ladles and I t

Bits oiLocal weeks. ---- Alabama. staid middle-aged men were led
Mrs. A. H.( Frlpp, Mr. William This darned old fruit fly has eV- |I. playing games and singing old 1.

Mr. and Mrs. J os. E. Wilson of Frlpp, Miss Etta Fripp of Tillman Mrs. D. n. HopHon and grond- crybody hopping so that we are time songs.
"-'p Cocoa, arrived Tuesday and will S. C., and Idles Katherine Deck- daughter, Miss\ Vern May llomnun. apt to forget about some of HIM "Some of the ladies said they
?: jev4stConcerning spend the summer at till Davis, ham of Hardeevtlle, S. C., are the returned Monday from Jacksonville 1 had to drag/ their husbands out to I '
cottage on Kingsley lake. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther I where they were guests of fundamental things which are so i iimportant supper but the next time a supper
Powell this week. :Mrs.\ Ifopnou's brother, n.V. ) III life. Of course we In given I they will have to hold \ <
Our People, Business; and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle and Hodges and! family.-Pulatka should do everything! we can to them back." '
th" of Mr.\ help get rid of the fruit fly but That's Just the thing. More of I
family were guests and Dully' News. Mrs. llopson\ und
Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. C. II. \MiHugh In Hastings Miss Etta;: Tlson: 1(1'8A\( H.Fripp. inmlly pleasantly rememberedIn we are going right on living, and us middle-aged and white-haired I, .

Sunday. i Miss| Etta Frlpp) Mr. Wlllinm Sturke as former residents\ of the world Is going to continue to folks need to get together and ,
Frlpp and Miss Katherine turn 'round if the fruit IIy U with
the town. I IU kick up our heels and have a lit i
kS75252S2S!; ? I Dr. and Mrs. II. S. Carroll re- rU'ckham visited St. Augustine! 5. I j tie fun and play mixed in with our .
I:"J.vrVells of Jacksonville Jlrs. O. E. SUuisbury and Miss turned to Starke Sunday after a Wednesday and Silver Springs ----- This is the t'me'! of year when'I lots of hard work. Wo need to get tl f'l i :r

| \ mltor in Etarke Monday. Edna Stansbury motored to Jacksonville two week's trip to North Carolina: Thursday.Mr.) United States government authorities \picnics, outings and get-to Iether to playing together; and then maybe t ,\ i;
ul\ "| show that under favorable me 'titmgs are III order. Which re-' "1 \ '
Saturday.Mr. Washington, and other points. we can work together, as communities s sr' .
conditions with I n beginning of minds me of a fine one I rend of'' j
and( Mrs. R P. smith of I and for the good of our "J
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?l 1', William Frlpp left Thurs- Miss Mildred Hall left Sundayfor Dnyton.i. Heach, Mrs. J. A. Futchof ; one male and one female fly, they Just now. It was a get-together: | communities. Individualism baa Ii '.: .
l.r,," !several days visit in and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy spent may !increase In one season to over meeting held down In Lee county. '
Deland, the ranks
1n( her home In Tampa otter several und Mrs. Jim lleddlng held out too long In 1':' fi
1I1""J.."' > 'lie. :Monday In McIntosh with :Mr. !and weeks visit with her cousin: and two sons of Asheville, Is'. C., 50.500,000,000.000 flies This und here In what the home demon-' of Florida" farmers and citrus 1 I, iii",", :V
-- Mrs. J. C. Turnlpaeed.Mrs. Miss Fredrlka Struth. were tho guests of Mr. und :Mrs. shows the need of FLY-TUX strutlon agent; says about Ii. I growers. I: I
w II llnrrelf Brooker was FLY-TOX i III t time scientific! Insecticide "As grout HoumN of n1t'rrlml'llll ( '
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H. L. Brownlt'O Sunday. | --- ---- ------ L
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visitor to Starke Frl- developer lit Mellon lust it uto from !time Alva club\ house ,':
I I 'l |II'' -K Mr. nnd 1II1'H.V. G. Struth and came Volume of mil k and poultryproducts ii'I
''Ii\ W. G I. Strlugfellow] and children andII's.! Laurie 1M-:, Mi's.V.. J. Epperson.: MrH.\( Geo. : of Industrial Helll'a I'ch by Hex He- Thursday! night t a passerby would'' coming Into, the buying I .
children of Palatka, are visiting! ward, spent' Thursday' afternoon\ Anderson of Lnwtey. \Mrs.( Dale starch Fellowship. Simple In- have thought; I that t the young ((mike station at Leesburg operated by I .
iilMrs.) JC Terrell, of11ilflge Mrs. W L.. Wall. Hlriitllons on ench\ bottle (blue label of Alva heel'' '.
II, I with Mr. and !Sirs.( W. H. Struth. \ of Gainesville and \Mrs.( I I'lIlIlIlrJlel wore having a high the Southland Creamery company '
,Ul" ., spent the week-end I I ---. lla'ford Epperson= and children of I I ) for k'lllng' ALL household I line, but It was only tho IndloH\ of| is rapidly increasing, according to \-
I? : ,,,II,,1 I,,' with relatives. Mrs. L. A. Davis returned( Sunday i Mrs. ... A. R.eynolds.left Saturday Jacksonville, ttll spend) this weekend hiHCCts. I INSIST: on FLY-TOX the I Home Demonstration ("lull cntertalnlng Ira D. Holland, who says the :May 1' 1.
----- after several weeks visit In for her home In nallegh, N. / In St. 1'eternburK! with relatives. wllli( t the perfuma-llko fragraiue': It tholr huxhundM nnd a' total was more Hum double that
Ml'1, I ii I ('. Ultch visited her Charlotte and Asheville, N. C. C., after a visit with her mother, In safe. stainless, mire Adv few III her guests at n sit PI'PI' puilv. for March and April combined. .
'I',' |Ii.,, Mrs, S. II. Demaree In Mrs. E.: I:. Johns. --------- TIm,ore WITO only a few >'oung folks .- ..._-. __: : !
,;" ?i" .\ 'iiio Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson: Those attending time Eastern Delruy Heuch I'al In house 1)(>- present I the majorltv liolng) mid Vero Beach Local school ''

spent Sunday In Lake Duller with Mr. Joseph Thomas! returned\ Star school of I Institution In I lug/ -built at Zook Nursery dle-aged and. evenirtehalrpd It grounds. _heltiK. _bentu: titled._ 1 :
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A. Canova ot Jackson- Mr. I========= -- --- --- - ----- --- -- ,
Mi i I. and Mrs. S. (I. Schell.
Calnesvllle last _
Tuesday' from St. Petersbuig Friday wore: Mrs I '_--'--' >l"w'''-'- ,' ,,,,,__.- _
Hi, -p'-nt,' the week-end with his where he look the examination: I B.') "-. Hayes, Mrs. George; ( White. .i'. p", I I "p I I -g I'' I ,
11",11, i, :Mrs Eunice Canova. Miss)! Clara Nell Shaw of Gainesville from the mate lioard of pharmacy.Mrs. Mrs.: ''''. J. )Epperson, Mrs. R F:I
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--- Is visiting. her s.'ster: Mrs.L. .
-. Clark, Mrs. H. Hart. Ml.sn MadgMUldleton !
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Mi\ Sidney( Strickland of Ocula A. Meade. Hope Thomas and baby : and Miss IInlllelcHlle\ ,

p,.,nl, :Sunday; ( with Mr. and Mrs.v lnuglitei; of nrnclenton, are spendIng of Starke, Mrs. George Anderson SPECIALS FQRFPMANDMTVRDAY.\ )
I; \ Iliiyes.jr. Mr. A. E. Mende of Mcltae, Ga.. several weeks! with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten, Mrs. E.: B.Velln :
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In spending\ a while with his brother Mrs. J. W. Morgan. \ Mrs. H. IJlBgs and Mrs. A. :,. '" ., ''' ,,,, 1
:\ .. .1 l I. A. Saul visited relatives Mr. I... A. Meade. -.,--- II. Harley of Lawtey. 1 ;
II .Jal'kllonvl\le\ for several days Mrs. Jo:. M. Johns, Mrs. J. C '
ht- \\eek.II' M:. James Heal and son, of Pa- Robinson Gloria Johns, Vera On Sunday evening next at | | Compound] Lard 2 pounds 25c E
latka. spent Sunday with Mrs. Lai- Clare! Robinson. Pauline Corbett eight o'clock the congregations of ,
:\ and Mrs. F. G. Rogers of la Chase. and Kathryn Lewis spent Saturday the different churches In town will\]
jrlnmlo) are the guests of Mr. and afternoon In Gainesville.. meet at the Methodist church in

\li> I. D, Vlning.Mi Don Hoover has taken over -- farewell service\ to Hov. and :: Dutch Cleanser .. .. 2 cans for ISc
management; of the Standard 011 Mr. I Eugene Matthesw of V. M. Mrs. Hooks and their family. Short ,
? (jV.j Alderman Is spend- filling Htiitlon, cornerVulniit and I., Lexington, Va., arrived Monday addresses will be given; by the ,
Mlni., week In Marlanna with his Madison streets. and will spend his vacation ministers and music rendered by
BMin., .>i Mrs. K.: R. Marshburn. with his parents) Mr. and Mrs. E.: the united choirs of Starke.Mr. SUGAR Pure Cane -10 pounds 54c .
Mr. and Mrs. (I. M. Inmnn re- S. Matthews. ,
Mi-1, II A. nishop and Mrs. (O.t urned. from u I trip of several weeks nnd Mrs. C. I"". Hoover and
I I."K, motored to Jacksonville sent In t the western states and Mr. -and Mrs.-U.V.-. -Alderman, son, Don, returned this, week from _
\\l 'itiiilav' Mexico. Miss Blanche Alderman and Leslie a trip through- the "oul hel'n part Pillsbury Flour 24 Pounds $1.10 :
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]Futch\ attended the Mahoner-Al- of the state, stopping In Miami ..
M., .li".. Fugate and son of AljI -I II Mrs. 0. L. Neasley, Mr O. J. dormau wedd'ng." : In Jacksonville for several I clays to bo with their 4
I pom), Sunday with Mr. and ; Oilinn Miss Mae Fatchebt and ] Saturday soil, Cyrus, who is ('onn(>('II(1 with .
'I I .I l V. Colley I Mr. Lynn Mitchell visited Cialnosllle ---- the customs In the Magic City. Piilsbuiy! Fleur 12 Pounis! 57c

%- Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs.V.. E:, Mlddleton and Mine -----
M', Kva: Fugate! of Jackson- Hazel I M:ddletou\ returned from Mr. and \Mrs.( t... 1). ViniiiK returned -
I vNltlng! her sister, Miss T. E. Corpenlng and daughter Stuart Sunday, where they visited to Starke Saturday, utter
Pupate" this -week. L'Ktttt. and Miss Florence Mrs. L. ],=. fowling, Mrs. Mi Matthews motored to Jacksonville ton's mother. apartments at the Shepard home ,
'I.i ,11111! :Mrs Louis: Carr. Mr. 'rUtlR<1ay.MI' .
.I MnB.. ( S, Edwards: and fami Edna .
"' '1",i ( Sunday In St. Augustine. und George H. Powell und Miss Stansbury! Carrie Uglow are spending and irflss the- -Th-- -11011s Rumford Baking{ Powder pound 27 .

son, Robert, of Newton: N. C., are week-end In Orlando, attendingthe I
I I"" .tin! \Mrs.V.. B. Parks had the guests of Mr. Powell's mother, state Christian Endeavor con- ,
II 01'1\i' \' guests last week. Mr. and Mrs.\ Laura I. Powell. I' _
'II-, \dney Parks of Atlanta. vention. I : Cheese, full cream; .. Pound, 3Cc

----- III Harold Sabring spent sev- .
I' Mrs. Barbara Moore and daugh!; I
'IUII1'S 1 i / Oodbold of Jackson- trul days in Lake City this week ter. Mrs. Julia F. Kimball MIsses( '

ll h. '!PI-HI" Tuesday at the homei on business connected with tor- Amy 'and Ethel Moore are spending BUTTER!: Sweet Cloyer Poi 48c .1.
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i M' s S. Howling.M entry service. two weeks with friends and I
relatives in loorg'a.: V
h: s (hogan Smith and Mrs. Mrs. N. I Walnwright In visit-
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v Smith of Sampson City were 'IIK Mr. and \Mi's.S.''.111. \Valn-. Mr. -J. O. Curtis andIf\ I'. BUI RICEBiueJIose'5Ppts.S! ,
,'itin' Starke Monday.\ wright at Jacksonville Beach this Patterson enroute from Cuba to offelAt
our
week. their home III Atlanta, stopped by .
Mi .%ind! Mrs. It. K Smith andJflfl.j for a visit with Mr. and *!Irs. W. d.Halle. i '
l < ,. spent Saturday In Mrs. I Emma Canova and dnught'i I3ACONDriedSaliPournLl7c > t-1'; ,

""'Ue, F., I Eunice, returned Sunday from tfflGood ,
.- -- -.-_. --- Jaksonvllle, where they have Missbthel Griffin, who Is attending is
been visiting relatives.\ the summer school In Loose >l J
SALTINES Pound 19c
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Mrs. Pave Turner and little son, '
of Ft.; Lauderdale! are the guests rAtURING- '

;rOlt: -II COLUMN E-T----iau'nlsbed: :: :: cottage I I of Mrs.Mrs.W.-Turner's A.' Bessent.Dr parents. Mr. and 'e Heinz! Vinegar---Bring your jog---Gallon, 50c '4 J'j "


ii Klngsley Lake R. J. I>avs.! I i and Mrs. J. M. Hayes! ofLonm YES our trade-in of
G-2 I-tt. Linda, Calif., were guests is still -good. :
,'of Mr and Mrs.\ E. W. Hayes Sun- cuocowces1lior.c We'll take in those dan- E,4LorRITSfiPounds,21c t ))
}rail $ALE.-Cood 4-room house day. tflO( ('.\XOl'II.rtI.f'1' I gerous old tiresthatwill -

lion'lies. garage: good pump, _------- ------ -- -----, ..-_.. ,, __,...rJ probably blow out t
''iii/ *' In 1000. Sterl Courtney.6-7-4t- : you someday a liberal soon-and allowanceon !give I WaIdrofToiletPaper 4 Rolls! 23c ] "


new trouble-free, ''t., [, *,. ''I.
|r'OK SALE Mrssionary: straw- bonded and guaranteed : :', }, '. _
ii,'nv plants from, the nursery. Dunlops. ''f i ': _
Tliif. year's stock.. SeeV.. \M. I i '

Monden,..Starke- 2t-- We'll lake in M : ,
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Fort SALE: Lockwood !J I : #
motors sold-Floats on easy and terms. J I'I'I' your old tires on \\l !

\W Waldo Bryant, at head of 6-21-41 canal), !I f!'I BONDED DUNLOI'S WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CEKTA1NTY : ,ld1 t ', ,

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farm one mile east i AMESICAMI < : i

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|t-Cm SALE Two slightly used I G Over Corpenlnv"Drug Store IN COLORS

;12x: 4 tires; cheap for cash. -=...".... I Phone H-t ft
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Wnnwrlgbt's Service Station. I e Office Hours 1> to :5. J 1''
It* I I // FULL PAGES MAGAZINES FEATURES ii'jIS <

I DUNLOP .------- |>'0ll SALE -- Thoroughly trained BEFORE YOU GO --- :SPECIAL:; ARTICLES IJY ;; > '
(:ow horse, known as the An- 1 TIRES (

drews' mare; 7 years old about --.-, ".:;i>.-:- --- Kathleen Norris idr'

A V5o(J Green Ibs. E Cove. n.Sprlngs.6-21-2t-Shlpman Route All the drawers, windows and I I n-f ..' H 1:1:.....,:.: :r''" '.::1-; ,"1 I'd. Howe

-, wi : : ,'\"rf'i.! Will Rogers '

,OR SALE -- 1 young cow Just I doors may be locked when you : I 01 ,. n. 0. Mcintyre I t
fn. Ih. good milker. Call at Biayne 1JI.11fi1t'1 'i4
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off trip but thatwouldn't I ;. -7' Robby Jones .
Start on a \
fresh -
Filling Station for ..II "Wo don't have to tell you I "' } J. J. McGraw .,
milk butter and egg dally 6OST the most much about Dunlop. The '___Ll l ,' .
out
.a I !I' ;.._/r', : Icep tire built to stand abuse cstmcnt t atNever Hale Ruth ,
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then bonded
abuse.
against
.. Two female bird dogs': ; amateurish burglar.Put Hacked by over 41 yean ofirebuilding Slumps/ Robt. Edsren :i 1i
( experience. James J. Corbett
'I 1 1ed" another liver and white.
Made so tough and it
Finacr( notify \V. g. Torode who i& can be bonded and strong guaranteed Sound lock fire ln.ur nre on your Robert :Mount.sler H:
".!II i pay for trouble Incurred your valuables in one of against every conceiv- properly I I. an Investment that Rupert Hughes .1l
6-21-tf. able road hazard blowouts never lump*. It Ioe. more than ;
Ii safety deposit boxes: rim-cuts,collisions,even accidents .-it make i d. .
\ our I you think are your protect your properly And !Many\ Other Special Features. All in the
|rANVKD: poultry, 25 cents per I fii fault. Your. ownership sail your e'lullylu Enlargedand ; i
Pound paid on delivery to ex- they're safe there. S Come that property. cafe and *...,ure. hi
into the
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store. us Improved Sunday Issue of f
Pro's platform, Starke, Tuesday how you a copy of this Sound stock Ire Iniuranca I) ; .
morning, Rosenberg; Poultry &: 8 great bonded guarantee and Investment. Pon't neglect! tri
Produce Co.. St. Augustine. 3 give you a trade-in figure on 1 your*.

-- 6-31-4. Bradford County Bank your present tires.STERN'S HAROLD C. WALL THEFLORIDATIMESUNIONFROM


?OR SALE--Ueo sedan. like new, INSURANCE YOUR EAJ.EIt-l0c A COPY>>
Financial Stronghold
must lacrlflce. '500; Buick mas- Bradford County's GARAGE

ler ilx coach, (450; nine cars alllII11kes FLA. STARKE FLORIDA Dy Carrier-20c Per Week- Daily and Sunday
sell all for $1,000. Chesr STARKE, I

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__. .. '_--, I STTI'I'I.., .XT nOAUl;II \MWHITMLY --1 1i I (,. i' and let I
n. .o..XTOa.XT: (t M>fCTS: peaches have a dietetic value, being ter and 2 cups of sugar A M\ Pratt former sal.. IJ?} ,lIft,, J
i ; Ff.VtJl-.S NOW (It() KMO\HTK.\TIONH:; l.V rich In mineral salt and vita- i.Bland 1 hour stirring occasionally. ger for Chase and Com I
,r'' I iu\m' nm IMSTHIHI'TIOX I I IMPItOVKD: IMIOI MKTIIOUS: mines, and have water content ly. 1 tablespoon lemon Jucle lando citrus firm, has )>U1\} cr,
Farmers & asBiim?,oj) ,,,
alt
Farming that makes them cooling and refreshing and pour into a large mold or Ice duties of general manual, ,.
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I Gainesville, Fla Whltefly Gainesville. 'la-1t Is some- fresh" or stewed they cream freezer can. Surround with Florida Citrus Growers' 1110''
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tongue/ may be obtained at any times said. that county farm demonstration possess some laxative properties i equal parts of cracked ice and salt House association: ",1114, '
i (fly Agricultural Editor) time now) from the Entomology agents do not demon- wh'ch! help to keep the system In and let stand 4 to 5 hours Un- Curtis Robinson, who tlUI".J"( ,",, I
lenniu" I ,.
____ ... Department of the State Plant strate as much as they should. good condition during the hot mold, cut down In slices and serve slmied! to become vice '
Board according to an announcement This could not be said of Gus weather. with whipped cream \111'\ ',|' llt
ia Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles from 1>1''. E. W. Berger, en- York, agent in Washington county Uncooked peaches are by far and manager of the Grow, I ,nut
Shippers League of Florid.' .,
I : of Farm Experiences and Methods Found tomologist for a recent report shows that Mr. the best In flavor and should be At I'orb Mayaca on Lake Okee-
Thla fungus, when applied during York now has 60 demonstrationsgoing used alone as often as possible
: To DC Best Suited to Our Country chbee, a COO-acre grove Is being
I __ the period of summer rains on In the county. However, It Is necessary to cook planted now, reports C. P. Heuck, 1
._J I Is very ettect've! In checking the Twenty-six of the demonstra- them also In order to conserve the county agent of Martin county,
--- --- i, development of the common whitefly i tions with 20 with surplus and to avoid monotony.
are corn, cotton The trees are mostly of the Lue i I Now is the Time to
Prize Hen Equals and cloudy-winged whitefly of seven with peanuts, and seven The peach season Is not very Glm Gong and Valencia varieties! ,
O citrus It has! been used by the with: livestock The corn demonstrations long, hence, It behooves all peach Order

t; How to Record Made Last Florida citrus growers; with good include 14 major and lovers to make the most of it Blueberr'es! are ripe In Santa
success in the past. three minor plots of corn following while It la here The recipes be-
RaisePoultry Rosa county, and County Agent J. I-VHlU/c-r for your 1011\111'
A culture of the fungus Is Austrian winter peas, seven tests low will make the peach season good I
Year As Pullet G Hudson reports a very:
af a cient to treat one acre of sum-I using corn fertilizer and two corn more enjoyable we hope crop and a large number of ex- : anil Shrubbery niul Itcuimu, ,

tly infested trees. The variety tests. IVutli ('ol'ktnll press "shipments., the Hollll (.l llls
I
By Dr. L. D. LcCear V. S. Cnlnesvllle.: 1<'la---When a pul- a culture 14 one dollar Of the 20 demonstrations A peach cocktail as an appetizerIn 'I I II Gem Lawn, Simon
'S I St. Louis, Mo. let makes a record of 129 eggs In are sent with each ehll>ment. When I (cotton 17 are fertilizer tests, and hot weather has few equals Tallahassee Construction I Pun i nand
Gem Glen for shmhi, .
B'a1? Dr.Veterinary LeGear l C> *of veterinary' practlcn JiteaK for l'e'oRnltlonVhen the same c, o. d, the peanut demonstrations are make two cupfuls Sprinkle atonce ed shortly '
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authority of live tfx.k on poultry and poulcry.and lluclc Eminent railing.Nationally hen, a year later, lays; 129 eggs In A few dozen cultures cf the vwiety: tests, with juice of 1-2 lemon to --- I and torttllzers all Farm for Cltrun 'I I ,
Crops
known poultry I breeder. the same length ot time, she establishes yellow Aurhersonlu, useful! only The livestock projects include prevent diacoloratiou.< ( M\ 'x the I I '
NoteJ author, and 'lecturer.. that claim. Such\ Is life against the cloudy-winged white- three demonstrations with cropsto I f I'
.. peaches with 1 cup cantaloupe or COFFINS & CASKETSand Write for prices Feittl .',
"' --- -- record of No 1014 a White Leghorn / lly, are also available and w:11 be be hogged down, three demon- watermelon cubes or balls ( for Insecticides, Sprayers, I I"
,IrtrleX11' bred and owned by the College Included In shipments gong! lo localities nlrations of artificial brooding 'of t the balls nsc. a. small French vegetable a Full Line of I I teis.
IUTTIR: : IIOMM FOR ItItIIIr : : )- of Agriculture. Infested by this Whltefly chicks, and one demonstration of cutter) Add 2 tablesnpoons"
f1 ;,4 Ins: Th's hen ended a year's record It there In sufficient lulnfall the treating Internal paras:tes in a of sugar or fruit syrup and serve' Undertakers' Supplies i I, Prom-it Shipment and (Qllnl.
m in October 31. 1928, with 318 fungus may be Introduced now Dr herd of 420 sheep in small glasses with 1 tablespoonof AUTOMOBILE IIEARSB Itj. (ioixls.
$ eggs to her' credit' ., From Septem- Berger says. Fungus obtainednow .
It seems fairly easy for most finely crushed ice In each glass. .
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t n, people to understand( that horses, her 6, 1927 to November 4, 1928, may lie kept for several weeks WAYS TO nom I I'E.l1114Peaches : : Garnish with one or two fresh Alwar. the on lowmt hind.price Th.. k BDMU''t ..!..altenttnn ...-
1 I hogs and other animals whose she had laid 341 eggs. A careful It set In a dry cool place, or for mint leaves. t to telegraph ord.... E. O. PAINTER
Zvi young are born In the same way record has been kept on Ills bird, several months It kept In cold to be at their best must 1'UZ.1I I'cncbrs REGISTERED EMUALMKB
must be In prime condition at the and It shows that she has laid 487 storage. be perfectly ripened and without Frozen peaches are equally de- DEWITT C. JONES : Fertilizer Company
eggs In her lifetime, to the end Have you tried moving I the electric blemish ,
time of mating; or the offspringare up -for only at this stage licious as a dessert or served for
likely to be inferior. Consequently of May\ 1929. The fact that ehe fan out to the kitchen? It Is can the full deliciousness of their company iferetjhments. Peel 12 STARKE. FLA. .Jnd.I<'II\\'IIII', 1"I"'Ila,

every precaution is takenIn has done as well In the first five a big help during the hot wt'atb-I flavor be appreciated.! Aside from large peaches, rut In slices and
mouths of this year as she did In er, their (delicate and delicious flavor
the of careful mash slightly Add 2 of
way housing, cups wa-
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the same period last Is con-
feeding/ and conditioning to make year
sure that animals selected for sidered remarkable by Dr. N. W. ,
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Sunburn, professor of poultry husbandry ..r" d ==:=J":! iffi1S'/ Sqar
breeding me In good physical! xI p t J! ; ,
con _l 'ISf.: i !"iIi.L""I": \ '' '''''''- _
dition Peculiarly enough the
: fact that the same care should be Daughters of'No.. 1014 are
exercised with fowls whose! young Snowing some of the same char-

fi are Latched from eggs does not uterlstles, Ur. Sunhorn says One
; seem to be so generally under- of them laid 28 eggs In May. The
stooj. Possibly, the fact that any time requlied' for 1014 to moult C
looks much like n'l was only 12 days, about half the
one eg? HO It
others cannot an instinctive deduction time usually lequ:red for this pro 0 costs you less than everGoodyears"

that such Is the case. How cess.This
hen, four full sisters and
/ ever that may be, the fact rema'ns -
f 13 halt sisters made an average
that the same need exists!
for of breeding fowlsas production of a little more than
r proper care
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for any other form of animal 257 eggs; for the year ending October to ride
Iff; life. In this article therefore, 31. 1)28! according to ofll- ii't on
t I shall give briefly some of the clnl records of Dr. Sanborn. It Is
most Important points to he ob- the production of the 'flock as a

served In the care of breeders. whole which Dr, Sanborn Is especially .
As the tlrst step working toward ( Interested In, rather than .-- "

j, a stronger, more vigorous, high production of single birds with /
producing flock for the future, you unusual records .

j will naturally select only birds 1 .
it ;' au! are most likely lo transmit ;Mom: GOOD; Bn.I.H e o /i .
th e desliable qualities They rouMST: ri.oiun\

b 10 let he one yea old or over and
of g nod size You will choose only Gainesville, Fla.-Quite a num-
j i finest I'llcclmens-bll'da of ber of the purebred( beet type bulls

gt, !a form with vigor, perfecth offered for sale at the Mammoth r..
[lth, good! Individual records, show and sale conducted In Moul-

't'tu' ', and deslniljle! ancestry. Breeders trie, On, during the latter part of
must be properly fed\,, housed and :May have found their way into

cared for It they are to provide Florida. A list of purchasers at yYfeltte.iatPa a It,
t' e<-KS! of suillclently high fetlllity. the sale shows; that 1C Florida 00 777iiiie Atan "
iie i
:ro( Not the least important conHlderntion stockmen purchased one or more !! 'ru.w sl
p f is proper feeding As bulls. *
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r everyone knows, chickens can be Five of these bulls went to ..
fed certain materials! In such pro- 'Jackson county, five to Tuylor
portions as to force a relatively county, two to Jefferson, two to
r high! yield of eggs. This should Hamilton one to Gadsden, and one Ladies '
not be done with breeders. What to Holmes. The breeds represented and Gentlemen -

U wanted la quality-.not quantity. were Black Angus, Hereford, .
C;1 .''.Jlg the breeding! season, you and Shorthorn. As the work of
want as many large, perfect, fertile tick eradication progresses In ':
hatching eggs as possible, eggs Florida purebred beef bulls are
s from which will come strong, vIgorous replacing the old scrub bulls of See this Cord Test. ? ;
t t' chicks that will live thrive the range. Do T7now ?

and grow--: mildly. If the breeding Before You Buy Tire OU _
a
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female ia forced during the winter .

rjps f she may come Into the breedIng r WKUP I-ARM; PnOCIUAM
't v' season In a weakened condition
so that her eggs will lavk fertility -
and vitality. Gainesville Fla. Following JL fiat you can now buy brand new Goodyears for as little money
r14, Give breeding birds a good rest l is the farm program ot station
i after the molt and do not force WUUF. state and University station ,- as you were asked a short time ago for cheap, inferior, little

t egg production during the winter. for the week ending June 28 'ltz1I1111p V\ 'mown tires?
Keep them on what Is practically The farm program Is given every
& a tna'nlenance: ration-a good day In the week at 1 p. m. The
1 s, laying ration with the protein wave length Is 204 meters .. y I f licit
j 4 bearing foods, such as meat scraps June 22 Agricultural news we will make you a liberal allowance for old tires ? In.

= i that reduced In quantity and hour. ,
are Alter words "we will
buy troubles before "
'''r green fooda. Rely mostly on hard Juno 24 Training: for Agricultural your they happen.
grains well buried in litter so they Leadership, Major W. L
will have to scratch for It, Floyd assistant dean, College: of That
As The breeding season approaches Agriculture.June you have four types of Goodyears from which to select-

f gradually go back to a 25--U. S. D A, radio farm Double Eagles "
i'yinralltl11/ by Increasing from talks. Heavy Duty All-Weathers, Standard All-Weathers ;

: .' time to time the quantities of pro- June 26-Care of Pullets Dur- Come in and wo Mill show you on this corcl-lcslin and Pathfinders?
s {, join bearing materials which con- ing the Summer, N, R. Mehrhof: ; ;
j sttlute a considerable part of mash extension poultryman.June machine why Cooclyears) are giving their users extra t

feeds. Ba content with a fair' nor- 27-U. S, I). A radio farm thousands! of trouble-free miles. That for the last 12 years more people have been riding
mal yield from breeders that are talks. : on
never forced and you are most June' 23-Growing Reef CattleIn See Stll'EKTWIST- cord used only in Good- Goodyears than on any other tires-which proves that long .
experience
likely to get eggs of high qualityfor :Florida, A, I'. Spencer, vice-di year tires tested side by aide with ordinary cord :

hatching. rector, Agricultural Extension DI- I and vou'H understand why Goodyeara actually with tires has convinced most people that it-costs less to.> ,

e Keep plenty of water, grit vision. ARE "
: "The World's Greatest Tires. ride on Goodyears. tr.
charcoal and "hell, before your .
''r breeders! at all limes. Leesburg Widening of Ock- '
Feed breeding birds liberally, : lawaha river canal will be completed ," ,<.... ''
but do not overfeed so they be- In near future. :.
; "ome fat and lazy. Keep feeding' ;:: :: : ,

,dowa to what you can see keeps I dampness will serve the purpose. ,
tle i : fowls in good physical condition Allow each brd! at least 5 square U. 6 D"1 'f1 : I
and promotes normal egg feet of floor' space and I would pre- I

: eld. fer 10 or more. Better too much T :\it"1
.9, As a further guard against ex- space than too ]little .... 1
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j'' :!esolve{ fat aa well as to Insure In extremely cold weather, ,..
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t necessary health and vigor give guard against frozen combs and !, JI J
jour breeders plenty of exercise. wattles. Adequate feeding Is one :
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Give them run of unrestrictedrange precaution as properly fed birds \
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; It possible! preferably where have greater stamina. It U also { I I }ati ''. i Ft
,c'' there Is some form ot green feed necessary In unusually cold weather -
( r Such a range: also affords the op- to have: curtains over the front ... .. .
; portunity to pick up bugs, worms opening of houses; also to drop i.RITCH'S r
S' +S :, and elm'lar natural food materials curtains before the roosts. In the
+' which require exercise to get them case ot males It la sometimes even
See that houses are always well desirable to put them In separate SERVICE STATION
ventilated, clean and sanitary !boxes or coops covered with burlap -
Z Disinfect frequently with a good: !since their largo combs and
DIp & Disinfectant, to keep down wattles are more likely: to freeze
lice. mites. and d'seate'! germs Red than those of the hen. '
,d( move droppings frequently and While it would 1 be possible to Starke

4 ,, : c'.I"nge litter often, borate considerably: on the fore- : : Florida Ij Ijl ;
As for tho type of house best to'ng'! suggestions I believe that 'IIough

'; suited for breeders, no special type ')\ Information has been given '

i' is required. Any good house of to guide any Intelligent poultry ,, .
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'ig' { the open, front type that If, Wf>.ath. Minor( who wants to got better results ,.
{., ertlght and free from draft or from his flock I
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: : :: ;;; ; ".' Our lesson! closes with\ thin Independence of a c otirugeou//; $75,IMMI.IIIMI CHtHhllrfhi I' .of anhl"| oi mi u ''II"1.| '>n whom wmild. i
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------:1I. ''-'-ri'. If: '1' {&J a statement of the psalmist "Llko patriotic, faithful and ,'haritablu'ieople I now record i In I Installment I Iliiunc-I Primary Law Bill IT IS THICItKFciIlK( : cl.t.n.lln'1>: '; ,

[ :( n as a father p:tleth his children so and should and will for ,' i iI That A. I II Kliinnitiin, Rudlu Flnnaftan I I
: I ,tug for an/ Institution which him I U J. Flunaican I and Maud ,
;.i.:% IL .\ the Lord pitleth them that fear ever be honored by those: who receive J'I.nalsn. Hiild defendantn, do an"l t,
him. We should love j only been In operation for one are hereby ran In red to
praise, Its protection. Tallahassee, June 18Six major pear to the hill! of complaint: ,.r '

""- lamp feet and and fear the Lord. lie then stated: "It Is very Important year. Is] anticipated: that the measures passed at the recent Haul CHime on or .rnr. Monday ,
word is a unto my a light unto path.-Psalm 119:105. .
Thy my :: I : FIrst ctHV of July.' A. l 1I2U! InIlradford
I Arnold says "Praising the that all American\ citizens volume of business handled will regular lIes"lo1 of the Florida legislature rout a ly. [IO 'hl: othctrwlHa: ;

gnf3lriui. All religious teaching, doctrine or Lord keeps fresh! the memory of I should familiarize themselves with exceed $25.000 ,000( monthly from were signed//; today by Governor -I II the nlleitatloOH L-onfcMMed of Maid will betaken --

UIr14w4' 11 creed, if they are to have any claImon the Lord's blessings The greatest the otHclal! flag (rode" and gave a In the short of Canton the final day given IT IS nx PL'KTIIKIl OltliKKKP liy) that ,

," the love. loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with reason from praise Is not temporal detailed explanation of the flag now 01. space 11 I the chief executive: for al'lon upon thin flour hn putillhhed onc a week
Jesus the Christ whose words fit the L'CC organization has for four c'OHNecut t w"pk. In thiHiadford > -- ,
teachings of into every fold and crevice benefits but forgiveness for Iniquity code. year, bills of that body. County Toletcraph, at .

S fthA human. heart and whom it was said in John 7::46,"N EVER MAN and cleansing for Impurity. brown f'om an organization of I The acts approved Include those Htarke; Florida.WITNESS : : I
THIS MAN." Continuing, he said: "Our flag. the neal of thin court, an I -
SPAKE; LIKE It Is I the sincerity of the soul, has been ten people to one employing almost repealing the so-called Bryan primary ala the HHiiiH of 41.V.. Aldorman.Cltrk 1
stands
for what It ever
.. ly value for what lie gives us but In worship that secures the noticeof 1 a thOUSU111 law ; creation of the Okee- of Court, thin I the 28th day of j .
the of Inspiration for great May A. It. \
source :
I I there has come a realization 1929.n
he does desire our love and gratitude the Father and brings favor and valor and achieve Already chobee 100,1 control district; establishing I. \v. riKIlMAV,
!SINUAV SCHOOL I blessing." deed of courage that the Universal Credit ten-member board (Official K.al) Clerk Circuit Court
I and these things really ('ostliS ment. Francis Scott Key I( while created a A. H. (' ; I
J.KHSONFor primarily
: < Company was for l Evengiad's//; drainage control Solicitor for Complainant. 4 I
I nothing but bring us closer to( on the deck of a ship on Chesapeake for the sound financing of the 1.31-5t-8-2. t -
work regulations //; .
I'ltKSItYTIIIUAN: : Bay In 1814 received from : new //ov'rnllJ cii
him and make us happier. Ford denier and the
IlrllaRer.1 the taking of game and water '
2:3 1921). the deep Inspiration\ which 'I
Juno I the flag ;
and not with the primary object ulIl5)5' Cil \III>IV81.1'] OfI.
Then our lesson continues "Who (Rev. Geo. H. Lowry, Pastor.) wOI'ds of our Star lisli, and creating a commission I-
of Praise.olciin gave him the Is \ ;
A Psalm of profit. Its establishment [ Ii
ubject : redcemeth thy life from destruction for the aId of crippled children -
: 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Spangled/; Banner. As the British with 1 -

(' Text: "Bless the Lord ; who( crownelh thee with loving Truby, supt. old Fort McHenry, thus squarelY 11 conformity I of Incl'grent' parents. Notice In, hereby. given that thirty ) I
Psalm 103:1.I : beselged the policy of creating primary dayn i-fter dale' hcieof on to-wlt ; .; I II .
0 no -oul. kindness and tender mercies 11 a. m., Sermon by the pastor. during that momentous night, he relI'IItd 0'd By signing the Itryan Hie I l Ml .ill 9' of July, I 929. I the I unilerxluriieil I

I I'' Tept: Psalm 103:1-13.: S Redemption\ from the gu'lt: Topic. "G uldlng Pillars" the third wrote the Star Spnngled//; ( Banner and dev'loplnl every possible law repeal measure, the /governor/; Kuarillan for Flntella. willapplv Al iI 1
habII from m'ne to consumer, bert and "Klnora Alliert, ;
'|'.oin.|, of the Lesson : The power and punishment of sin. This In series on "On the Trail of and thus In his lines' of patriotic economy approved I the action of the legislature to the Honoralile I (I Iltr.n.rljrer. .
thankful. for the lifneflt of the public. to Florida I the : judge:: ,, Itradforil'oiinty ; :
returning
,lii-Ing. redemption Is given or at least In county J"i '
of f :Moses voice to the
,i the sentiment he1I'e//; The Is to reduce the cost Florida, f,nan to xell : 'I'
Th I ) ,' lesson begins: "niess ITtred, through the suorlllre\ made: 7 p. m. The Christian I nlleavorer8 feeling! of America's splendid<1 patriots pll'pose t two-primary system, supplanted by at Iwh.ll" Halo th. ( h nnill- l I '
all that I Inie. IKu of credit, to the Individual w Itobuys ench of nald nultr'q' '1
,1.\: .! i> my soul: And by Christ for us. "The Lord exe- will hold no meeting: this Sunday I of yesterday, today and to- commensurate with I the 1E''Oul dllt'e'nte 11'11' In 1913.) In" ..1. Inl.I'.1 to the following cteni.rlluillandn :
bless his holy nall f!. cuteth on time, i'lui'st al I uao: iiMI: lout in
'HUM, righteousness and judge on account of a number of our In lylntr And I lielnir I Itradfoidcoiml.v
thin psalm was \vrltin merit for all that morrow."It sound business policies. This reduction The t two will be followed 1.1011., to-wlt.;
that oppressed. if
are I
It 1 i-. -niil young people being; away In altendance li appropriate Indeed tbour the cost of credit Is primaries Han .VortlieiiKt ..tin it i'r ofHoulltweHt I'
II, I the Semitic language!: which S S The Lord Is merciful and gracious ou the State C. 10. Con nation's capital should lie I 111 in I next yoar when electors Milliner." Set.tlon (::42), 'I
t.
word equivalent to our slow to anger, and 1.I'neoIl8In made possible by the I many economies of the state t: to I hI' pi>lli to: Towi.nhlii ((61 I Son Hi H"I' (221eant j
I 1t.1' l II" vintlon at Orlando.S ( the forefront In celebrating, the from the operation I I except, the xmith nl. salt

..,ifl Self" (that the word "Solll"1 mercy." The prophet M'cah: p. m. Farewell meeting tUe < emblem of our coil itt ry. 1 Her that arise basin choose a few state otlldalt 1 1IIKI'I land ""1.1.1,1 .In all foiirtrenacreiw
authorized on the 01' l ll'hla
II'' I ili s verse means "whole' self"l I said "lie will have compassion \'. 10. !M. Hooks at the Methodlst only a few yards to my right 1 III at an volume plan and dealIng The Okeet hobre ('0111'01 flood_ 3lHt I il.iv,.r Its V. I 1030.MAIttlAHUT 1
had spoken IniiKhih. he will 811(1 ] In- of itation-w ide act seeks to provide, protective ) : ALHKItT:
l n the pslumlst upon us; < lIe our church. Our Congregation building of our natlo '
.\\lHt the capital exclusively with the Ford dealer I ( 5-31-61-st-tuE. Uuardlan.N'ollcn .
he would have said iquities." God, In Isufcih, 55:1: of ; : measures for those communities ,
: will join with oilier churches with its gray; dome rising; la inn\- : Simplicity ot -------

"Pl(>-. the Lord 0 my whole Belt. said, "ITo every one that tliirsletli, the community In this service. No< jesty( high ]Heavenward\ and from orgallzaton bookkeeping and I which have suffered in "OTHI.I (I" "1.f'I.11'1':1'!, j ; -

Sometimes these' explanations help come ye to the waters and he evening: /; services therefore at tillchxmh. ] It the hopes and aspirations of our itatlstlcal forms, special machinery and general rec-ent years from the flood water* '\.1') I a'

us to'> understand. but sometlneatlip that bath no money come ye buy i \ citizens Justly\ go: out. They look of all under of Lake Okecchobeo.In In heretiv given that under '. Ii

newer versions of the Bible I and eat ; yea come' buy wine and meeting every Wed nee- the dome of this (cnplU uniformity procedure I establishing a tIHlember nitd hv virtue of that final I decree off 1
Prayer here to
centralized control and management orecloHiire maclu May 24th.i A. I 11, \ "
word"miracle" : the ,
the
weaken It ; for example: I m'lk: without money and without day evening at 9 o'clock. for protection guidance; and 1 Ien-I constantly contributing board for I Kvc-rglades drainage, r.12'1 I !', liv I Inl"'all., A. Z. Atkln., ;

occurs many times In' price" and Rev. 22:17: "Whoso You will always find a heart; tral leadership. Let not the are new law adds to the present personnel mice of. 11111 court In 11 '

version but In theroviel will let him take the waterof to cut these costs. of the state drainage//; board,. H..I.lr.. "CHlty. l'lnrll., that I \ -
the St James ever welcome at this church. hopes be In vain because I I In ,. n wh..ln. urn !ford
versions (especially in the ; llfo freely." Yet God hates sin America there Is national and Internattonal This cost of credit Is Just as v l'oml10Re(1 of the /governor/; and four 'Comity I Hank, In, complainant, tint) (X I .
of the material law hoi-no single and II. K.
the cost of any 1' Hld.-
fionpel) by John) the word "mlr- and though he loves the sinner and hope and oonflilenci tal as members of his cabinet, five residents flour, ar" d.r."dnul. the iinderHlKtied. -
:
It : that goes Into the building district It fLit ppi-clnl I manter, will Hell to the '
you Everglades 'j
"sign. al- the
"lie will not MKTIIOIHHTKM'K of :
,1'\Io']. Is translated will forgive yet. : : .\l l.JOU1INThe S Its flag heralds noble purposes u ua of of the automobile. It Is In every hlKhent and livHt: Itldiler for each, at .t '
will\ look In the dictionary you way chide: neither" will he keep strong and worthy people: a the t Hotitn door: of t lie cotirthotiHtt I InSiarke. .
mod which becomesa sel.Sevel'al ,
"miracle" means sense a com ty over the 1027 iiraI Iur,1 county, 1"111. onMolllliiv
changes
\will\ find that his anger; forever. Florida Methodist confer- people whose liberties are guardet; of the completed article before I Die H'lrnl ito V of J 11. .
specifically "an event contrary to When we continue to d'sobey: uf whose equal rights are maintained part art In the I'l"lllh\tlol of /game/; and 1U2II, durlnK" : the leirat honrn of Hitlo,
nature"1111. cure came to a close Monday It Is ultimately sold to the made In the for the puipoHo of Mat"yln" nalildecrev
the oHtabllshed laws of ; and abandon hi* commands he the last business of tin "Then my friends let all patriotic fresh water Ish are thone certain I v-

word "slin" has several will punish us. Mr.\ Spurgeon said ternoon cltliens! trll public.Thus. act just approved by the governor; InM11 lielnir, In I Hampton. Hrml- "
.' 'the American pay
\\ being the appointment of pastors the Universal Credit Coinpuun's Florida! ii oct'it' :
including the wordmrnilo" "When his children turn from day cost (of t various licenses: was r. : (.I.yf;: ; dl'o" ::
[definitions of the slate. Hev tile to the emblem of our count r \ are The S silo ( I (\(2), Three (3)) r
word to churches low for deer (4)) Five (51( IIO\l Mix, ((6)) tllok
By using the their sins he soon turns from his concentrating; ourselves to the flal'elal'll"s Increased the open season .I
T. J. Guy will succeed Hev. Hooks by equivalent to a price redlctlon on eliminated Sixteen ((1 tEl I ,' Town Ir Manip- -
'ig '" the Idea of supernatural chldlngs.; lie bear no grudges.The ; Hev principles of free government the i Ford for the month August was too, 1"I.I'lln. .c"I1, I l to 1'nM.y'M .,
Christ in per- In the Starke pastorate.' I t the Model A car and other the closed season ou ,ui LVI' I I I part of xiildloin 1
and have his and ni
pnWPI' of God Lord would not 111.0pIe being transferred to thAlachna protection of liberty the defens I I ( .x.t. wHt from a line
Hooks Ud9. .
fi.."mliiK their work Is largely lost. harbor resentments and Methodist church. Hev of tho weak, the counsel of Ihe prod -0- fresh water fish during the 10nlhlof one hundred' feet went, from, the ciiHtend t
\ hi SectionNineteen
\\ iii-vpr: destroys or weakens ourb'II.j he sets Item a good example." is presiding elder masses, observance of law moral I. '\1111 and Mny was ri>lllllell_ ( of Mn.1 1.loin Tnwnxlilp lieliiHT, Seven eT), t

), In the supernatural nature "He hath not dealt with us after S.of I the I. C.Jacksonville llurgin\ : district. and spiritual 1 11el'felllu and I to ...... ...'J.. > ****e* low- l.olllHvlle
dUct works of Christ tends to our s'nn: nor rewarded( us according higher//; and more unselfish servlf '. VANDERBILT $ Company :,r"MI,1, 'hlnc.r) I '

the plane of an ordinary to our Iniquities." Q lallolHI el'I'1111 .\. a. CIIHXVK.Solicitor : ; I
to mankind. '
ii I Sum MID: : to Miif c."" ('1. <* locus I wRlel'fl'It.1.IIRhll'l for Complainant
IN 1.11 .. (
of God.'isiid riuumr..VK: IIOMI<< : warehouse
the son In .
not account .
n ,in I< and If you have an a -,- ,) Homing Co. f>- .llTit028Miner.

., and Christ whom we wor- bank and overdraw your accountis I ..oo.. : Q OO Coca Cola --,-- -- t,
I :
In V.. ,r. C. .\. e.I'T ,000( plniit.Jacksonville f i
read you building $2 IIP xrrciti: MXsir.it's
'ill i' ,nid base our rel'Rlon: !: on cnnMHI -' set down In red Ink until you If you were to following 1 li <(<'iIY4l.% L 1\U: 11,'. L. :1., Conner wat a business ,- Bowclon bullcl! S \1.1:

I'' < unless they are Inllnltelimh make a deposit to put your balance newspaper today the -- visitor: I II I Luwtey Monday.! remodeled

\I' ('r and greater than any hu- back on the black side of the lodger. h:1\: headlines: Y. M. C Miss Itasa. Campbell and( Miss I Inn will i I I ) extensively: awarded Notice IH heii>by RVHII| that under jj
St. Augustine
Charity"the The -- Bldt and l vlrtue I of that I tlnal! di--
D"in,' liclng It Is that kind of God //; So with our account kept by "Florida's Greatest of will open Its sec-ond: seaaou "I of'' npitha Campbell of Plant City.were Tallahassee for cree of ro.'h'1> nunlepill' I l"itli, ., p

Iii It the( psalmist is describing In God. Our sins place our balanceon Children's Home Society and girls on vlHlUiig Ills loherla am! State I Jigh\\'uy Conlnl"slol A. n.12!!', liv I l"uIIII,1-
of funds camping for boys I it ('it II ii I Is's. klnn, JuilKi' of '
lack work ii
I i 1111' lesson. "Bless the Lord 0 the red ;nk side of the book 1 Florida, forced by Crystal lake next Monday Jun Ida Mne (Conner Sunday.M. read' $2,000,000, and for I 111'.ut.rt. ". ,,iini'y, Florida, III j
and forget not all his to blot out the turns almost one thousand abso Smith of Lake Butler Fort" Liiudordule -' that cei, "* wlI..ln Iia C'. i,
MIUI.' and the only way .'. Albeit 'lnll
in sick 17th with; the opening of the fli'sboys bu oust ahll nl I complainant ami Jnhri .
In) ",'1118 : who forglveth all thy disIM red( Ink record made by\ our sins lutely homeless helpless The second ('amfo\ was vlulllng here Saturday oil refinery to within next>\t'l few '1I.I".1. 111.n. 1.il, M 1. UII'.1' .
"bless" Includes the sacrifice crippled afflicted and emaciate! camp. \ Port Hyei'glUdE's: //; nml nn-" > ;.
The word Is to accept and apply \li
( hoys opens on Thursday June 27tli niulit. fendantH' .h. nnderwlirned, aH npeclat .
and expresses love, praise, affection of Christ made for us. And little children adrift In the streets these run for ten days. The I M'sscm: Rosa and Herlha Cani i- months.PeLuiul. poultrymen :' I nuiHter.lll: ,telt to f:hu lilffheKt -
Vouiity
camps
in the ( at the
lieHt lildder fititetI
orphanage -- Volus'n and
thanksgiving. These should then far as the east Is from the with every other Miss Hobertii Conner II IITn
as girls go In camp on July 8th a11 hell and recently! to formally Hoiilli door of the rourt' hnlM"' In 1. _
here
of all hath he removed our stale crowded to capacity yoi and 1 Felix I met HriVlford ,, on I ,
I 11 July 18, the stay cam; of Central ,
"My goodness on gh'll organUo Im'ailult the 1 Ictret 1 dny lt July A. )1.
I'r"". along with our petitions for transgress'ns/ from us. No )probably would say. for the ]length//; of time. I Supp l0Iol'e.1 to Gainesville Sunday. Asoc-lntlon. 111211.I durlnK the, leifil houi-M uf *"III I

help and guidance. God does notre money need be deposited only a that Is an outrage there nius lame (I Flol'hll Poultry for t the t puiponi' "* of Mnt"ryhll I I ".
The "Y" camp located just started. on Lake decree, HIOHH, t.-rlutiri I |
money or things of word- trust In and acceptance of Jesus he some way to care for those poor ten mlll"l southeast I of Starke 01 I 1. 1. L. Conner and Clill/hl"I'II. Work sewage project.CI1City's 1".lnl, I In Hrnclford I county." I'III,'ant I !., -
didn't tin (17,000(
little helpless tots! --why Ida and I Edith, were visiting; "e.eIcd a.: I
,, ..,........ let know thej beautiful Crystal lake the lake I Ian III I .caN t cimrter| of Ill"'k il
------ -- '" "' --OW Home Society me wondorfu In Lawtey Saturday afternoon. tine, North, KUIIKH Two lo.t. TheNfiithwent 'i !
Ideal one and has a .
In such a desperate plight? I and Mr.Vil- 1 '1"11"1 of Itlock Cine,
were Hosier
Laura MtTU'li
firm sand bottom and beach. Tin 11'1. ItiinuH i 1':1"1: The North. -
How to PlayBJp9E I I would gladly have helped etc. Parr'th of Manatee were culled JiiilUliil 1"lh.' if 'outiMVt'H'" ,'t.i' i i "1, <-i I; .
TwHiiiv-nlxlh
of Floridians every lake across from camp Is abou bil In c'lri'iilt c'nurt. (' :[ ine South; HaiiH'if 'II"I'wo Kant.; TnttNortheait ; .' ,
Thousands thrre-quaiters of a mile wide w1:tlB. ] I to the bedside of their father, i I Circuit. I 11"IH",1 .ully. iiuiirler, of Illock one

where would Immediately get busy I M/ Willie Pnrrlsh Tuesday. h'lnrldii. I In l'h''Y'' Mouth I lIst age two 1':1"" The WeHt -
would olTei I shore line of about six miles. (' ill1 HturkiMunUliml, i nit of Illock, line l"ull. ItaiiKThrnB .
hundreds of homes housed In Mr. fob Johnson of Miami, was \'Nil, IKII'ill I Inn.ivilllunur.. "::1.1 Tin,' ,," '111"1 $

to take In some of the poor I'.ttle I Camper are I'Rlln8 visiting I.. I.. Conner hut Ir ,,' n" Houtli. llniiK I .
mid tents and n large dining hal VH. ,:.11s1. All In Kllllon, .1. Teinple'H, \ HllhjIvlMlon .
homeless 'oungsters-and money I week Johnson 181\ nephew of Stats of V'loiUlii, of InndH un nhown In tdat
I / Series 1928-20 by would be sent Into Jacksonville and kitchen care for the (camper Ir. I lleHii| >nclint.I'rlllloil 'I liuil >f ,HHld\:, xiib-dlxiHlon: rec'orded I In neeilIrook :
when "('blow call" Is given three II the latter. I .. \iillihll. 1'iiyniBof "1" at piiMre 424 of I the publicrerordH .
hurriedly( -and ltenerouF.lynodoubt. I was the Til the I mill Tux \ I 'I
of I
Wynne Miss Agnes Supp leHIMI' 1'11'.1. J'lnrhl.
-
Ferguson 1 Irltlrur.ully.
ml IIIMKOIIH '
I hichled UP ,
times a day. Cub'ns are to the (' n i "I ill ht-lnif I '. .
II
Lonzle Alvarez : 1""OI
of and( :Mrs. : : '
desire InlKivxtfil 111':1\:11 I2a> 'I'wnsh) hI E( ) Sonlh. Itanaerwentytvvo
each until the Ilx 4f
Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION IUDB'C. Just how long we can keep that year Saturday You nll "IL'h, "I ", inn ( ) I'IIMI:, containing .-
number have been secured for tin nllht.II Urn (hut llu of 11"'kp. n .
--- -_- of out of the headlines laws 17 odes morn or I. .,
bit news Jacksonville
sad Mr. B 11 Tompkins of ", '
Ii tel ittil cm") 'I'UII. un..1 I P. K. : ;
..pyrh. IMS, jjjlayle, and! camp. II Klnrlil.l, I by! and INIOUT. I ,
j depends entirely on you was: visiting' here Sunday of I II" Mil I. .I tiiieSI 1, IIIIM it Hpeolirl 11 >ry. I', .
(
lirnrrled I ( 11..1 ] ,
all ovei The program/ of the camp through A. *1. CIIMWS.ollcltoi 4 .
our other good; friends Miss 1 Llllle and Dolllo) McHue, >etlton I I ) I In tlif I ulmv. Htylml, 1'Mf r,1 Complainant.I \ I I

ARTICLE No. 34'ttentlon the state.! We are really In a very on to develop churucteiin and Mr. Melvin Futch\ were visit- suit In (ha aiiMVM h .iluy Mtyli'it of Miiy court, ,A.1111ilnte H.Illi'l -. _ ____.SlrI.t; .1'! -' -
I its itt. I
number ,
We has been catlec! :n these I the actuaL play however Z bM one!! critical condition financially. These activities 'iit'l nile: In"; here Sunday afternoon i ) '! In IIUVH iHMiin) dollars ot, FourteenlioiiMiiiul wnrtli "U'I'II.I'I'U, I) UI''run.: AMI ( 11:11.1': ,' .1

!"' letjiartv :Junes the id- and all 1. A opened the must know very noon whether we Mr. Manning of the Slate I I S HI I I.IUI.OII ihn city II <>KS .'\\
to jolly at ) no trump p.is '< Clyde IxinilH, UK I* hv' ; ,
t ,1
i. diamond uit ind\ Y & the necessary funds-1 rchery, rlflery, woodcraft am here :: City: of Huiiko, HIM, ) -
: 1C :rumo with \\ hand lust: :jccausc i only made one can have Farm was vls'tlng friends DUlK'll nl ito "
.i"(ntuna l3Oves. lovestc 'odd while at spades they could! have feed clothe and shelter wood l'II'vlng. nature lore consistIng : itS provliU'ct for liy law, v"II.lo.dI.nd Notice, hereby given I that al tt .
Every olayer continue: to Sunday afternoon. eontlrint'il, liy u 'I''B' ('1..11,1'I i I''III''M.1 i 'si 1.IIUl.I ." it I ,
.lolc iOt 'iCItB qna the logical Did sCQred an easy game. our dally family of over eight//; of hi rd study I trees and plants. .-_. MtyltMl I ","...t.AII : ,"ot"I),, I:: \t\\, ,
'. 'li\' Y Z scored 10 for tricks inak'ng: Ilwv. iI1' 2fti 1 h ilny of Miy; rl he KHtate: clec-eaneil, I u
is no trumrv out it the .h.\nd At no trump, helpless ehlldrenWon't [lowers, handcraft and toy I ; Unit I i \ 1 i .f. t \
utterly their
C 'it"'ins -\ singleton the no trump and 100 or honors,, a total of ItO hundred send your track meets swimming meets, lift ........ .y.. ..... A. I'.. ,112In against orili-r IMHUIMI I ha attic nut o nI'Mnilila. 'lalnin 15 h..hy to HIM'ieiulrud| 'Honoiabl to" 'prevent( A. -.t. "

"i"q I, Ulv is a 1.inserou3; bia. Here are points. At spades they Would have you please advanced swim I t ito ciii .hl'.llh tl;" I .., County S J tit' of llradfnrilViurity. ")f'Rf1Ch.rdln.
tr/c nands .ield iha ther night that51Iustrate' I I scored 36 -or tricks, 30 for honors, and check or money order for lbs'WllOW'S :Having, fIrst aid, : NEW RIVER J llonouil.lrt' \ 1..I"I.Ilg II I(Ihi. at. ( 1"lnrhl., fur,lit,, approval ;
,I lilk ,
and
mliiK, boating athletics ( JuiltclaC'lriMilt /tthlu one year frc.nl date h.r..r.
;ine; ooint very well: the rubber worth 250 points; a total mite", If no more, right Miss Kwsle Bnpp Cor torni-y t., 'Twenty-Mlxih, bofil <. "r I hit Notice will held In "

I or 316 oomts- .ho>wing a point 'ad now while It Is on your mind and Ing. Campers al'l allowed to select e tin tt Ilolhl.I A. /CII.M,\,1.11". hereto" iiml all p"I".n.. Indebted, I/r I. 14 !,b'J J

I 1rA '.vantage 01 the suit over the no trump of heart -and have the comfort of their list of activities and Ir .. .v.......... >... .luclKe I "f. the\..til rourt. at 1tI'ke., mid Estate are reuuiil to their '-
B 206 points. Be on the lookout lor handsot did this way gives a camper just the .. I In I Eta,!furl, coiinly. Florida, n c"III' lehtH to I:he ''I.r.llle.1 PAl i'
; forthwith.I
knowing that at least you your tile arri'sitklIrcsujt n Ih. .rator 1'
Kerse and children, I IV In 4
: Z t this type and don't hesitate tc bid tots? thing they want.HellervatJons Mrs. If. B. ZZml day of J ii lit'. A. I II. I 9'J), at I 10 Thin S4th day of \.1Y. 1I> i'I'
the suit, even if you do hold 100 aces, part-for these little: helpless been rcniliuIn of Lake Butler, were visiting Mrs. 'clo'k. A. M.. why Bald liiindiHlxiiild J. DAVIS.Administrator j

Heart! *-A, 10< 9,8,4 I I when the hand contamo a singleton. Please do. have (Indtca. C. C. Wynn Friday. nut l I.> validated ana con' J. Z. of the, J.lat. of "'
An.l"r.
and all
Clubb- A, T y Here is another hand that was played Worriedly yours, for sometime I Miss Corrie Wynn of Hampton, "TlililiKFOnR! ; ; TIIKHK 1 A fP If i-24-Ot-7-19. ..c..d I "' ,, o

Diamonds A, J, 8. 5 I I the same evening and caused considerable Marcus C. Fage Ions point to a larger attendance was visiting friends and relatives command you and "a,'" of all 'f 'c 4

Snades- A I discussion : State Supt. than was had last year. Last year hu'ri'l'y required Honorable, to l.'A.and/: AdklnM.luil ui'puailiefnrt OTIC": -4. <' f

Nc score! rubber qnme. What should I I Heart -A, 9, 8, 5, 4 amps ,totalled ine hundred anc here last week ) or the the Maid at Hiarkrllrailford .. "t fi'

2 is dealer Did with the joregoing Club* -A, 5 : Y : n-LKIK.\TKl: ) "'I.\U IJ.\Y twenty-seven. Boys and girls and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. llutledge//; of iff ,-'"I.V. "Ort\\' at K the ifonrt of the County Judge, 11'1; 4i t

handi" Most players would Did one or Diamond*-A, J, 10, 9, 7,3 : AD : Clermont and Mr. Everett Ben- o'clock A. M'l on the 22nd (lay 61 ran' fcri, County, J'I'n." ,
Z parents who are Interested li: June. A. n. ItSiS.! and show cause. In lie: the KnlateH Demon : S ( :
two no trump and hope against nope Spades none : : Washington I>. C. June 15.- amp are urged to get In loud froe of Ft. Myers are visiting If nnv you' }haviwhy saId\ ImniliHhoiild : Mitchell: and Churluii, Augustus 'I
that the opponents would not open the their parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. not I,. vullibitpil I I: and conflrni Mitchell, ttnnrs.alice "r '
oade suit. lit this particular case, I I No score, rubber game". If Z dealt and Congressman H. A. Green of the with Warren .. Magee//; genera, I #01 ; othrwlH", th. al)"ffatl for Aul.rl. 5. t.1 Unit !" 1
should A do? With district last night Uenfroe. Hiilil( pi-Ill Ion sv I lie taken. as confenxcd : "In.r. .
wPat Florida Y .r
however Z happened to be a very fine bid one spade, Second ecretary of the St. Augustine Il feiNi-wnNt / I 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns and by you. rei WHOM I ir MAY :
player who figured that he would have a two-suit hand as strong as tins A Joined with the nation's capitol In M.' C. A for camp literature and I It ornwrB'l that thin notl,'" hipilbllnhiil Notice' hereby Kl..n that the ,I': ,f

R better chance tor game at a suit bid should certainly bid two diamonds over celebrating the 152nd anniversary information.SKW daughter, F.ssle, Mr. and Mrs. S. once week for ihreliiseciillve un.prMIII..j a. GuardIan, of the ,
than I I the bid and then on the second L. Crews were visiting In Lake w..k. h.rnr. illS 22ni estates of the above h I, '
at no trump. Ha Did one heart.A spadii ot the flag. In a stirring address day of June A. I).. l 1929! In 1..d. lamed mInors Mill on Tuenday at
Did one spada, Y bid lour hearts and round. show the hearts. Bid in this way, tribute to ourtation's : ; : i-'om> n.vTxirKrOMIM.XY : Butler Saturday. fold County TwIeKraph. puhl.h.d 1:05): A, 'tt., June 2rlh. A. I H, lIlul! j. i iapply
al'' onssed. A opened the ten ol diamonds. partner should know that A has a two- he paid a. glowing : IT Hev. L. J. Derk was visiting Mr. I In Htal'k. t Ira,!rrd county 'Iorld.. to the JlonnraiIa George A. \ "
I M.MiUS
'" and that the diamond suit ill the emblem and In part said : ; and that I lbs flrnt publication >i Ilt"'n.r.' C'.n.y JiidiCK In and for If 1 ,
hand was as follows: suiter bid the United States : J\.SIMU: : TO urv A ronn and Mrs. Carl Wynn Saturday. put llHhed at leant t'Isrhlt'et-n lay ,. County Florida at his of- .
Hearts K Q, J, 6, 3, 2 longer. Otherwise A would have "The flag: of the those who visitIng I lix'rirv the I'lnil day of June, A. 1) "Ice.In the county courthouse In : !
Among were -
Clubs- 6,2.I. hearts on the first round.It of America Is significant In that 1929. ttarke, Flnrlila. or an soon t her.'f
DtamondsK I is a very valuable and common liberties and destinies One of the development of the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WITNKSS: my hand and the pen. ifter its I th. matter can be heard, 1
4
It contains the of until' fie vain
c-oiirt ,
nf I lit* fin-nit authority to Hell at private
!bnades: 8. 4, 2 sense rule to bid the longer of two
With a diamond opening, Y Z made aVand 1 at the first opportunity as it enables souls, : .Merest. In both automobile and John Battler and children John- of May, A. !>.. 1I2'I.el. f he above named nilnore::: In and t to decide much more accurately 000 of the most enlightened I. %V. AM>KHNfA>f.fdtlrlal hat certain truiiIpIece or parcel.f .- I'' -
slam, as Z wa able to discardone vour partner which of the suits offers of the world. You are already Inanclal circles was the organlza- tile and Marlon of Whltehouse; ( SHII!) Clerk of 4'II.nl .> land, sItuate lylnw and hefna In 1 t
at Y's club on a good diamond. Atm two Jon of Universal: Credit Com- Mr. Matrln Saltier of the State Court for llnidford county, -lol'hl. In rk". llrmlford ou it C y. FIa lila, 1 :
better chance fcr game. with the story of Betsy ."
the familiar
trump however with a spade open- A. H. ( .II'WI.Inl'llo. 11.1 more particularly dvMcribed ran
lag Y Z could have scored only four I In the actual play of this hand, however Ross who actually stitched the any for the purpose of financing Farm. I'.tll"n.r f-H-t-f.21. tolow. to-wlt: 1 : \.


tricks, SO tor honor 100 for the grand formatory double with a two-suited flag. Today In Philadelphia >roil nets throughout the country. wrecked Saturday afternoon seriously 10.k. tract, piece nr parcel of land f f} I.

lam and 250 for rubber; a total of .i5G hand of this type la very bad procedur1I' in intimately stSrvlce of a similar Injuring: Mr. Carl Wynn, In Circuit Court, II'adrord County, lyIng and 1.11M In Ilark., J" .
cottage j
turned out so in this instance. Y the same plain little Florida. trail font county, .'I"lhla, .. h .,
P' .Vs. At no trump. the acore would all and Mr. Howard Thomas also one M. W. Flanagan.ComiJliilnant.. or of land I I. '
I' suit of three the Father of our nature will be provided In countries hl..k. piece .t..1
and B with three which she and ', "tf (
.
n ltV passed the
been 40 tor tricks.! 100 /or honors, hurt and others on by II. or Siinlera -
negro was re- .
anr 250 total of 39' cards each and four spade to the Country, George Washington; designed where Ford products aresol I vn. street anil on Mouth by lt".it
/or rubber reived Klnnawan, *t al.liefeiuljintii ( ill and I,
bid one no trump.Z Is l d. slight Injuries. The cause A. 11. "' on the Went by Ilrondvay -
OOlnt The comparative, scores thus queen this great emblem now Street and on the North by !
how a balance ot 66 point in favor of passed! and A had another chanceto preserved In memory of so worthy Universal Credit Company Is a of the wreck Is unknown. I apl..arhll l.y amdavlt' Hleil In .tr..t and from the a.ll Southwentorner .' -I
th, unit get the right bid but figured (wrong financial Institution -. which I IK to partition of nalil block, II parel ;
bid. that if B had the .p.< The second hand was a* follows: ly, of course) A covet a view of this humble created to provide uniform and an- Al the policemen of the Mi A, 1C. FlanaKan, Hadle KlaniiKHii, 1 1. n'ttl"N line of laid Call i.
easily I
should score game.
they I. Flanaitan and n, 0e. North 174 feet ,
MI,1 ;
1 Y paased therefore: and Z opened the and plain American cottage' which horlzed time payment plans at force wi hereafter carry rendHiitK, urn .." ,'II..n.J'.n''<1 stain "Ir".t 1'I.t: 101: feet;: thence South Ihel"1" -

I I tour 01 spades. 1 won'the trick with tave birth to the Stars and Stripes. low cost for the purchase of Ford brooms in cars and wherever .thrr than the M'al. 'I"rldl. that lorth line of said! Call Street 174 ,
: A Bt which I lh: address of A. H. Flanutfan and r..t; Ch"n.V"Mt alonir the Northina -
s Z : the king and returned" the nine I Today we have our mighty nation' products on an Installment basis. they find broken glass on the Hmlle KlanuKan I). Hoiit of laid Call Street 103 feet, be- I

held the trick. Y then led a low spade with thirteen stripes The Company In the Ust year of streets or county roads they will HcottnvlllHlat* of Vir- Inl a part of the Northwest quarter
Its
ambient
enabled Z, who held the ace Klnla; that the nddrrmi of (I. J. Flun- ; ) of the Southwest quarter
Hearts- A 8. 7 and thus B's representing the Initial formation luslness just closed has made weep It from the road. Such polIcy ivan and Maud (Flunaifan U It. K.l i\V\' ) of Motion Twenty-elKht

Clubs A, 7. 6,2 jack, to pick up queen. The would not be bad for all the P.l Itout train Columhla, KtuCa nf 2S) Township His I
Diamond A* a result Y Z made five spade jf the Union and the forty-eight sound and gratifying progru. VIrgInIa: that they each have an In- 82 Kant, according Koath 1:

-A tricks ind thus !laved game. At dia. tars representing the the states; eceptlon accorded the authorized county officers and private citizens [erect In those certain land Ivlnr tbjia Record of Ilradford county

No\; score Spades.A,9,8,5,3, rubber game. What should monds or heartr A B had an easy game and as we look to the stars In the 'orcl finance plans by the public to pursue: Broken glass Is and Ida dmcrlhvd helnir In Ilradford an the Northeast county, quar lorlda.Hated. this 17th day of May. A. D. .4

as dealer bid with the f foregoing hand* W) A's unsornd Informatory double was Heaven to give light to the universe md Ford dealers in the 21 large a. menace In many ways an dshould of Northwest Iuarter| of Northrant u

t should bid one spade very costly. Don't double with a two- lookto where branch office have be taken from the roads wherever quarter anl the North. HI* acre
undoubtedly Show both suits, the forty-olght states cites it' w..t half Nor.h.t quarter of l ,
Jp reference to one no trump. The suit hand of this type.thus force part. the stars In the flag to give liberty been established Is Indeed Impres- found. Those who break bottleson Vortheant t uart.r. Section Twentywo 39,1
i' possible, and your (22), Townnhip HI* (5) Mouth
Singleton ace of diamonds i is a danger to show his pfcfereucc hoc the one comfort and protection to the Ive. the roads should receive jail Ua"le[ | Tw nty-two (23) Bant. .
"oint and should warn an experienced net I sentences they each are over twenty I MES *1. HL'NCir.
player to avoid the no trump bid. In that best suits bu band. :citizens of the respective states. Today UCC has purchased In- one year of ale and that there U Attorney fur Uuardlan -

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fi;; PAGE EIGHT nRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK.': FLORIDA FRIDAY JUX; ::1. I IW
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r tax minds will: rise I above;; the ve-; have made. an otter for the Starke \VK.1TIIKH ItKPOUT KOK( WKUKKMMXO : New York City. ::--.
t: Bradford County Telegraph JUNK Jf> 11>2I) The amount" of bond"< ,, ,
satisfied' : juice I ,
I J of a gas tank Veil be municipal plant. Evidently Male Is {12,000.00) and 11 t II,,, I I I'
From Other Pens If they'll get down to the level of from the I hilt! plants Is an expensive of 1 said city Hi.nilH shell i ,
payable In Merlon. ,.
1877 ,,
Established from
I, the gas In our tank, 'anue! wo Iln that from I the small plant Date Max Min. Precipt. yearn I".pp'lIv'ly.. '
--- -- ., I II know. it won't be much, then.-- Bradford County Telegraph That June 12 88 60 of, one tenth of ald hii'm,d", ,
Oroveland Graphic. As all road: Is Just what wo'jre been' th'nklng.Wauchula June 13 91 08 o'clock Hld will bo a("'epled, I"I',,,
r Fridays and Entered as Second Clas I p. in. OH .Inlv 7 I
Published Weekly on So far, says the Starke Telegraph taxes these days center !in the gas Advocate. And statistics June 14 87 63 .00 192 1 All Idddoix in,. ;. .,

:Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. there is no law preventing tank, It Is a pretty good( level to '" prove II. History!' proves It. June 15 89 69 Tr. deposit of ,sold. City with CounHI(C. A, ,!h'ul.I SIn; ,,I I I", I
PublisherT. u fisherman lying about the one tie to. Montlcello\ News: and the sooner a few more newspapers June 16 89 68 .02 a certified. check equal' t i. 1 i
S. Matthews_Owner and cent of the amount of I Id.l, ,
67 .26
that got away.-Times-Union. ----- quit felling' (heir self-re- June 17 85 to be payable to the (11) '
C. Uobinson _- Managing\ Editor: --- The remarkable feature of the spect for a few Inches\ of advertising June 18 87 71 .04 "Florida ?
Jacksonville minister's and start telling the All bidders shell ,
memory
space "I"
'''I --- ----------- Kansas Poets poet will has go to written any length.a twelve-A who "hud first hand Information" plo the truth about what the 1)l'O'I'I I Total rainfall ____________ .38 Amount time! within of bonilH which. l hid the I.a i I.I ,d,i .

SUBSCRIPTION RATE concerning! the money being poured er monopoly Is trying: to do to I IOTI'IJ comply with I the terniN 'th
verse sonnet on a jarku> Tlmes- I .ter notice l IM given hv 'tin,
M i
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months!l, 75c-Payable in Advance t'nion. The "Jackass" is a very Into Florida by gamblers Interested this country by corrupting our officials the mi Id council that ,1,1"I, i, ,
In race track leglslat'on: was and( pollut'ng our public The Woman's Club of Starke be irmda.
r g Advertising:, Rates on Application. patient\ critter. that although he could not recall schools the sooner we will hove a him found it expedient' to make a The certified check\ nln\( ,
? -o- I to In to be I depoHlteil UN .1, ,
'
':' -- A while! blackberry may be white a single name of the "hundred", country like Washington and Jef- ruling to not loan, in the future, of full, compliance with .Hi.inltteil ... '
it's blackberry.-.Starke he did remember that the man who ferson dreamed( of. Sebring any removable property of the and In the event( i lor t 11 I,
House is longer white. but still it Inure! of mien bid and .non I
White no
The
Telegraph./ Queer thing about the shaved him, was a negro. Like News: club building. the part of I the hlOil.,i
ply with the terniH. + tin ,
the bnrberr'the story was also --- --- i inhall
0--- bla'k berry, It is red when It's be considered ax+ i iilaiiiuwoH
green! .Perry herald slightly off color.-Bradford< County ........9......... NOTK'I OK foI '''.I.J 01 HI'J.IWIOOO' MIX I I and lie "letulunl|
1 Tickel & Sons supply Plant City fishermen with lures. Telegraph Think rather than ....... rent: 11'.1. OK wr.\HKI': Cltv ioiinrll.8uld I.
,
---1'1--- Ills DM l hondH are I ssand, aid,,
--o City should make College avenue put the blame on the negro we GRAHAMMi" : I ter 29S of the (Jenoral 1.I ,,
would have "fessed South Notice Is hereby given that the 11123 ucla of theFlorida i I.
a one way street. Traffic on up. I'lty (Council of the Clly of StnrkoUiHdford and also Chapter, ll 42r,
.,. The tax everyone likes to pay is: the one they don't have It is alarming. -- Tallahassee I Miami Sun.TimeBUnlou. >................. .... county Florida' will ,re- \ laws' or 'the 1927!> "II'KI-,'"I t trlnl
A colve 1 Honied bills for I the ptirclniHn I to lie Issued I fur. the pulp
r to pa}'. Daily Democrat. Especially when -- and Mrs\ John Thomas of of 118.000.00 of the City nC Starku n lldrog the, 1C1'lIdllllrI. .?i
'''both the legislature: and the college remarks you never bonds, ui) and 'Including eight o'cloc the. hard I HurfnrlnK nod' 1 ,
-0 see a bank cashier or a Sunday the Zlff section, were visiting ]Mr.\ l 111., of the 23rd day of July I A. 11. II IIIi. of rertaln streets In ih.Stni ,.
are in session.Slnrke 'I 1H2U.! mild city liondH' artto ho dated 'ke, Miadfiiid" iuuiiiTho i
; t The lack of leadership in the house was $its outstanding --0- school leader whiling away time and Mrs\ Frank Reynolds Sunday. the first day of July A. I', 1)2!) City( i'oum-11 1\ +TI. .
are to li,.> serial bonds, of One rlRht 'to reject any and .,HIlly
in the pool rooms' On the other Air\ and Mrs.\ Tom Clraves of
feature. Is not shown on t the air I und denomination each and 'rh0I1-1 order, of I the "Clt\ ,
map of the state as having; eithera 'hand, you have never heard<1 of a Lake Wales are spending a while (war' IntureHt at the rate of ]percent the City uf Slurlie:! Llnu\i., \I .'i

.r o regular or emergency landing 'pool room habitue being/; convictedof I here as guests of the t former's parents nimllv per"on annum the r'lrKt pavahlf day of Mt-inl'fin-l Januaryand l"lol'ldn.'V.. r. 1t
Held. Bradford County stealing: a million dollars of July, of each year with liltsrentcoiiponH I Chairman 111'0t'\ ''' "f i '
}t This issue of the Telegraph is Number One on its fifty- Tele-I church funds so there must be Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J, A. Graves tillu.-hi-d, the l'rl..d1. I, and of CltATTHST (\ .'I I i
grap. Dade City also has ,
Interest of mild city Moods arc I.ay-I :
+ ,, third year. air" but no airplanes. Dade City some good In the worst of us.- Mr. George Richardson and able ut Hanover Niitlniiul' Uauk' c.A, -t"t"I''H Clork
r 1 1'a Banner. I Starke Telegraph. The Baptist\ Misses Edna: Stansbury and Iva .
-- o
decided to forgive Mr. Carnos
Boyd of Starke were visiting
G" Now is the time for all good automobilists to come to the Starke Is rejoicing t that the Med- : which does not alter the fact that Misses Feat I and Gertie Johnson

,h,1;, # aid of their gas tank. fly will not affect/ the shipment of your logic Is sound: -DeLand Tuesday afternoon.
strawh(>rrles. Starke Is one of the News.
Mrs.' A. G. Brown and children
o main shipping points In the state --0-

y" The Gainesville Sun now accuses! Sinclair of being en- for strawberries and It Is pleasingto Among the I proposed new regulations were shopping In Starke Saturday y I I
note the ruling/ which has been on /fishing during the open afternoon. .
gaged in the "chain" drug business. there none prohibiting
made.-Perry Independent. season are Messrs Hutu and George; I'res- I
the fishermen lying about the s'ze: 1,
,_ --- -- ,
--c colt of the Ziff section were visitors -
LIndy overlooked the submarine of the one that finally got away.- here Saturday afternoon.Messrs. .
y; Tax on coffin manufacturers was increased by the senate as the vehicle for his honeymoon Starke Telegraph/ No.: That will\ W. II. Thomas Elmer lr'a

from $15:) to $30. From the cradle to the grave, there's no es -Bradford County Telegraph But be regulated as always, by the Simmons and Theodore nines were I
he succeeded In h'dlng out about vIvldntsB of the fisherman's! imag visitors here Saturday n'ght.

cape. I as well as a submarine could have ination. BroiiHon Journal Cer- Mr. Harley Thomas of Lawtey. .,
done It.-Tallahassee Daily Democrat tainly no one would bo ]hard-boiled
i 0 was a visitor here Saturday after-
enough: to take this privilege from
In event of another extra session, members of the house .. tho fisherman. On this subject he noon.Miss
--0 Edna Williams of Waldo,
Ir will be'supplied with a bale of hay each with the complimentsof Ain't this nice' -Georgia: bans can let lila imagination run wild. was guest of Miss Thelma Drown
Florida Also most of the legislators are
the Florida' Medfly and
the senate. nuaruntlnes. the Georgia peach fishermen themselves. Baker Sunday. For The
p4' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jackson and Everything
o -- Press
scale. What nexlJo'olkstonGa. County
I children< of High Springs, were
Tampa Tribune figures it out that about one-fourth of the ( ) Herald. Swap you two Meddles --0- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.: J. Yarborough -
". for one Georgia peach, scaling Howard Sharp, editor of the Everglades Garden ;
: people of the state will pay C5; percent of the state's total revenues around hundred twentyfive.Since News, also a member of Sunday.

if the additional one cent tax is placed on gasoline. -.0- 'tlta ,le/llslatur/; <,, must have gotten Is Miss epend'ng Marguerite: some Byrd time of with Tampa her Lutz Pork Kind Saturday Only-LieExceptional

()- 'the Medfly put quarantine Inspiration ,from the following grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I). J. values in high grade garden im
line, the paragraph before commencement
t Wouldn't this state be in a ]heck of a fix for funds if a gas guards on the state Dyrd. plements. When purchase here ,
Florida State College for you IT
c'' J t the Georgia com crop has \Increased at the Among those from you
r4 / out of town
substitute should make its appearance on the market? If the in potential value Starke Women: "Legs, logs, legs! I'm attending B. Y. 1'. U. here Sun- sure of getting reliable products.

ad session lasts another twentydays another cent will be added Telegraph. Georgia corn may make so tired of seeing spindling legs day night/; were Messrs. Lonnie Ro'-

,c1" ? to buy milk for the babies. some people sick, but not halt as fat legs, knobby legs/; bow legs line, and Eddie:: Burton of Waldo. De WITT C. JONES)
J sick as we are of such abortlonate I sprawling legs/ shameless legs, Elmer Simmons and Theodore
1 -o--- word colnatlons as Medfly. Now that it would be a relief! if women HInes of Mounteocha.
I iVrf "We )Knw Down amiGo walked on stilts. Legs are so common HARWAREHighest
Governor Carlton notifies the legislature if necessary relief let us sing Mr. Lucian Thomas of Sampson -

44 bills are not passed at this extra session he will immediately Dooms."-Miami Bench Sun. that a peg-legged woman /: was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. of Quality--Lowest of Prices
s __ __ would have more admirers than a I
0 T. I). Dyal of the Ziff
section 'WE DELIVER
1 call another. Give 'em long enough off to go home and The Times-Union says that Jack- chorus girl."-Tallahassee Daily was a business visitor here

*.) get their ovcrcoats,'Governor. sonville has a man so lazy he won't Democrat. It's terrible to be an Monday afternoon
shake when he has a chill. Tallahassee editor as old age creeps upon you. ._
n' --- -
:1 o has one so smart he won't 0 iIII111Iliill'111, Pllnllllllllf''' IIttIIIIIIIl1111iIMNNI11111Nellllll ltlllln41 tlI tl119111YN W IIAItl Il alalalWl Nllll@llll'111, niuu, ., iiiinim, mi, ,., I :1---------r-----; ; ;
The only reason we see for Carlton being called as a stop work when the dinner bell It begin to look like we may

--t a rings. Tallahassee Dally Demo- have a salestax* yet. Three bills
; ; witness for Catts in the counterfeiting case is to prove that
f crat. Slone deaf?-Starke Telegraph have been Introduced In the legs-!
a man needs to recuperate his finances in some way after mak- He must be newly married lature for this purpose This will '

ing a campaign for the governorship. and thinks his wife has made a be air intolerable nuisance, and ..r,.;,;;,p.. I
pan of biscuits. -- Sobrlng News. will work hardship on businessIn ,::; 'or. ,
o this section, near the Georgia' ;r.::
-n- .
1' With Lawtey shipping twenty-seven carloads of mixed Doing as we now have a canning -I 1'ne.' Too many trade I in nearby I "That's the yyat'tt l l

vegetables a week and two engines being required to haul the factory of our own It will: be Georgia towns as it is. If the state I

jl r not only to its'protlt but ours to really puts on a sales tax It would Hank Son. ". I
; f long trains of produce in from the Wannee Branch of the Seaboard I | : 1I
time much trouble If stamps were "
use KB products. Every you save -- ,
i' Bradford county is still "sitting on top of the world.. buy a can of the Apte factory products Issued to place upon packages. Instead '. I

-')-- you are helping to keep of having to keep track of 3 j And those are \I
t money at home.-Palm Beach In. sales. It would seem aa If this 1 I Ie
: One old decrepit individual, trying out one of the new"peppy" I : : I s I'
dependent. Alright/; so long as would minimize the cost of collection ,. h
+ !the doors 1
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gasses 'in his equally decrepit automobile had the you continue to write the homegrown alxo. This!!! Idea was suggested !

i machine to run away with him jump a ditch tear down a /; brand and eat the canned by a Jefferson county man.-

fence and start up a tree. Climbing out of the wreckage he product Monticello News. to
-o-- ---o-
4'' > crawled under the gas tank and drank the balance of the The Times-Union says that Jacksonville Judge Goo A. Gardiner! o(He lut- Success"I

high pressure fluid. has a man so lazy he won't ed at a wedding Saturday after- I

J{ I'e' shake when ,he has a chill. noon with what was perhaps the I bar i v
hiu-see has one so !smart' he Tall21-I' youngest bride on record in Bradford -
Jefferson county citizen has submitted a plan of handling stop work when the county, the contracting par- ill

rings.-Tallahassee Dally Democrat tlen being Bernice StatTng, 21, 11 ir--1tF
4 the sales tax proposed by the legislature requiring merchants [
Stone Deaf?-Starke Telegraph and Youvenla Allen, II, both of : .1 ; '
: l to use! stamps. This would solve the method of collecting the /; No Bridget was away and Green Cove Springs. The motherof ;

''' tax as the merchant would buy the stamps from some official his wife: was doing tho cooking. the girl was present and gave; 4. IIlI

Tallahassee Dally Democrat. her consent to the license being Issued -
for placing on articles sold, but like the sales tax on gasoline\ ,--
and the wedding .performed.
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Jt it would have to be seen working before it would be appreciated. Tho legislature came to the end -Starke Telegraph. This Is almost '

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) : of Its row without doing anything as bad as!! anything reported \"' .' ...; 113-6.2-9
N to discipline the reckless auto driver. In "Mother India.: "-Palm Beach
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f 0 Senator King's bill which! Independent. There Is more need
Washington's' social life must be a wonderfully complicat- would l have revoked a driver's It- of missionary work In this

t- ed affair. Following the nine day furor because the vicel'csident.s cense fell by the wayside. Oh, \ilized ((1)) country than all the clV-j
will, some of the solons will regret/ called heathen countries ,
t }> sister refused to be seated among her "inferiors"in their mistake when a drunken. Irresponsible toget her. r

the social strata made up of cabinet members and other driver at the wheel ofa --0----_ I ,

high government officials, the president's wife entertains the car bumps into them hereafter. Tui More Editors:. nn the Iol 'i' 1 f 11,. j
Ocala Star. On account of high electric
ti wife of a negro congressman at tea. Boston had her tea party -- _0---- rate Lake Butler lout an established 4

t Washington has had one. Let us spray. Editor J. C, Hobln ou of the Industry. The city! is sap- I ? THE BEST PLACE

Bradford County Telegraph wants plied with current by the Florida \ ,
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( some legislators next time whose Power and Light Company who I 0
i! '1 The Chicago Tribune is a great daily-in size and circulation --- -- ---- II I ,

-and when that has been said of it, there's nothing more .'tll.4T GO DPii UG i IN THE WORLD

s, ,to say. It editorial policy is to villify the South the "Sticks \
IfOB Chi: t"1 PIONS ISo'r I,
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States, as they are termed. In the estimation of the Tribune -
'b
r Chicago is the original Holy City, but this is not the view GOOD trwOtlG11: FOR M' E :;; i FOR YOUR MONEY

held by outsiders even in the northern states. A traveler That's what a customer said I

,, : from Canada to Indiana writes the mayor of Chicago for police when he bought a whole set of -

protection saying: "We 'wish to pass through the great HABIT is powerful. If yourVithout effort he will set
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'e J? city of Chicago but we desire to get out alive." { boy gets the savings habit aside part of his weekly al-

o firesfetUMDIPPED e when very young, he will lowance and, later, of his

The spectacle of the president's wife entertaining a negro I i probably be thrifty all his weekly pay toward the sum

woman at a social affair in the national capitol should be extremely life. He will take a pride in which will one clay make him

I embarrassing to Southern Republicans and those of Tires. These tires hold all world ''I j i that ever-growing total in his independent. Open an account
records for endurance speed and aafety.
Ell.t'I''I the Democratic party who voted for Hoover. Social equality 30,000 miles In 26,326 minutes! 01.5 miles per I!j :deposit book. for him here in his name.
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of the white and black races means that the white must drop hour I From coast to coast In 77 hours 40 min i ,

4 : ; to the level of the negro, for every advantage of education and utes! And hundreds more! They lead on racetracks
} and on the open road. Come in and let us 4 PER
social training will never raise the negro to the level of the how you why Gum-DIppnff! makes Firestone CENT INTEREST

Anglo-Saxon race. The poorest "white trash", as Southerners Tires the leaders. ,k4 I .

( l are sometimes called by the northern press would never de- J W. Andrews Jr. -... '
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1 grade himself and family by sitting down with a negro as an --" 1 BANK OF STARKEE.

t honored guest. We are still thankful Southern ideals kept us Starke Fla. fs:

from voting for and supporting a man who considers the negro Li ten In S. Matthews
President
4' r'h his equal. '!" N.a Jat..lflY Niah* R. J. Davis, Cashier
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