Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02391
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Mediterranean Not Found, Fruit In Bradford Fly [[_The Birthday of A Nation ], 1 SCHOOL PROCEEDINGS BOARD ,'I County. Two Court Crowded Holds Sessions j"! ', ;:i'l:i ('

Lacing the past week InspocHi'iideraon As we I -- -- ;,
STRAWBERRIES approach the Fourth Day of July the 153rd anniversary 'I i If,
and Douglas of then Thirty cases were disposed of
,, Hoard have been in of the birth of our nation, it is worth our time to Board 'during! I the two day session( Four Charges s :
II+ Plant go back to the beginning of the desire for Independence for met In called I Knxxlon of >: j !li
making June 21st i utility judge's court held
i .:nlford< county inxper- I self government. I for Ihp purpose of hulking Tuesdayand !
i n-,, 'for the presence of the !Medl- TO BEEXEMPT budget and looking Into some ': Wednesday, the cases being Set Against ,
'I I i.uieaii( fruit fly. }Mr. Hender-! Our nation owes its origin to the colonizing activities in i I matters of transportation.! After'' un Accumulation! 01 60 days on ncj : 'j ,11

,ii .:iiid( :Mr. \Douglas) after making which the British, Dutch, French, Spaniard and Swedes had h(> mutter of transportation' WIIH' :'r j fount of the regular term of court G. Cove Youth =: '" ': !oi

i i nil Inspections of ripe and( Probably Will Not III- ..MV,1( IlyMcilllcmiiiciiii an active part. dispensed' with the board proceed-1 last month. being coi tinned. The I

i, mug, fruit In the county, reed \ Fruit riv' O.IUII'- These activities began in 1572 and continued for two ccnturics. cU to make budget for ensuing: /: ; t..111l'OS. teutr.red!' b/ number of --- ''t'I t jJi I''

t | to the county agent thatpresence ant Ino In Future vi'jr. )I I convictions secured and n u m bE'rll"odll1l1' Too much liquor and a too powerful \)
of tho fruit fly had \iitliorltlen' About 1660 the British colonists secured a controlling un motion of Moore and seconded ; )\ guilty' to charges against/ car brought: !grief to two !

i I linen found. The Inspectors .tn noil nee. influence. l)>y Surrency, bill for pupils attending them only two being: found not Green Cove Springs! youths' late i
i ,,,(. !left Bradford county for an- Early in the seventeenth / Melrose school was refused. I Utility\ or released for lack of evidence Saturday night when t In their attempt \
Orlando, century permanent settlementswere y" ,
locality where similar work June 22.- Florida's on motion of to make ,
''I'I I i"i r County Attorney n too speedy\ exit
II hi carried on. strawberry Industry worth mll- formed along the Atlantic seaboard. '\ Secretary instructed I to notify I R. .!\I. Johns. from Starke to escape officers after 1

l I'\'n; though the preRence of the lons of dollars each year, probablywill Early in the eighteenth century a large number of Ger- the trustees of Starke school tocut Aside from Its conviction\ record, them for minor offenses, they' j jI'lllel.'wlped

." was not found to be here we not he affected by the Mediterranean man and Scotch-Irish came to America, setting# in New York the gross expense of last year It was a llnanciarsucre'ss' the two !' two cars parked' on tbe '

'.,.iild,. <1 not become careless about fruit fly quarantine In and Pennsylvania, overflowing into Virginia;''North l and South 8 per cent and Lawtey trustees to clays court netting (he county at street Just east of the canal, ,

'I in', matter. We should be even the future. Carolinas ; about tne same time, 1732, the British founded a cut ]last years expense 111'1'\ \ cent least $1200 above expenses of the wrecking I both of the car and badly ;

"? i It' careful now than ever and Substantial assurances of ImmunIty colony in Georgia. In making estimate for this year. court. Judge Gardiner broke his. Injuring two persons. Their ,

i "i. >very precaution to prevent for the strawberries were British colonization was almost entirely the result of Hoard agrees to pay 50 per cent usual reserve nt (the elope of the car wns smashed up to the extent :

IIll rod uctiou. A strict sanitary received today at Orlando headquarters private enterprises so that the colonists from the very be- of the cost of the playground KfBBlou!:! Wednesday.. nfternon and of several hundred dollars and :; ; I i

i .gram should be observed and of the plant quarantine! ginning felt that they were under no obligations whatever to equipment' required by the junior personally thanked l the 'jury for A. P. Wade the driver In stilt 3.1)

i a i allow fallen fruit to remain in and control administration U. s. the parent country and resented the injustice of being com- high schools to meet requ'remcnts: their fair consideration of evidence being held In the county Jail until! 1 ', .. : ,
.. During the department of agriculture and the for accreditation; equipment to be condition of tho child Injured ?,1 :
Is., orchard. present pelled to tribute to that for exist In cases coming before them negro ::
pay country thq right to ina
state plant board., bought by board, after recommendation his I,,
"inn season, quantities of fruit and 1 the number of convictions warrants release under ; '
that had conquered sl'band. I
\I II fall to the ground. This fruit Crowing strawberry plants to country they enduring all manner of by trustees as to their hulked up against defendants. He Ills companion, W W. t'; ', I

,,mid,, be picked up and destroyed, obtain runners fur fall plantings hardships and many of them suffering death, in order to es- select lou. pointed.( out that ('1I1'bhlof/ law Cuve, was released' Sunday mornIng \ }t' '. j

,il I all ripe citrus fruit should bo' already had( been permitted, to tablish homes in this new country. | There being no further business! 'less acts rested entirely on the ; after spending( the night lit .t ;;, I

tucked',, from the trees and collected Florida growers l In Infested and This feeling of resentment continued to grow until, in the board l adjourned to meet the shoulders' of t those men 1 selected as Jnll with bin companion p.,'. :

,,111( I the ground and destroyed protective zone areas under state 1760 parliament joined with the crown in trying to force Subordination first Monday III July.A. Jurymen In the different courts; Charges; against Wade will > ;

"' i ?wee If It 18 left In the grove, regulations. However, under exIsting -i on the colonists, tryinur to make them feel that they J. (Grlffl, If they fulled to ro-operato with probably Include driving while In t I

,II',. inviting the fly. Let all of federal regulations there were wholly dependent on the King for life and certain Secretary the iilllcprs and courts and returned toxlcuted., reckless driving, possession -.7. gr
; .' i lt !ep In mind the grav.ty: of was 110 prospect for InlurestateHhlpmeiit amount of liberty.In '- verdicts\ not I In keeping with of liquor and disregarding/ I ,,.ii:? +
'I.i.. problem and work tl) keep of berries to carry the evidence submitted 1, they were traffic signals unless death of the d.
i l.. ".m. our county this serious poet!:! next fall and winter crop to out- 1763 the British Crown placed in strategic points in TAX LIST INNEXT derelict In their+ ,duty ns citizens. child result' In the more '''rloimchargo I''

Hide markets. in America, so many soldiers, British soldiers, that they demanded Ca' es disposed of at this session hl'll111la11\ against him. +: 's;', ; "

Orlando l'lorlda.1 Because strawberries do not be- that the colonists pay a goodly portion of the expensein ISSUE Included( : Cnvo was released under a bond ,"e,1

June 19, 1929.
Mr Thos. I). Illckenbaker, lot held necessary at this time to amount they demanded from the colonists was! $72:>,000 per ; plead guilty,, straight Jail Monday to answer charges/ preferred '.: i .:
Preparation of Iho mutter of the
oiinty Agent intend federal quarantine regula- year, this was in addition to other taxes that had been imposed nentence of six months. against/: him. Ii;;:'
delinquent tAX list covering 1)28!)
,' mrke. Florida.i' Lone: to let them out of the quarantine 'i, on them before the coming of these troops. laxrs: has been under way fornearly Joo Williams, transporting' liq- Earlier: In the evening Wade J", :' ;
but Dr. C. L. Martlett. at' '
In order to collect the taxes imposed, parliament passedthe tel' days and publication uor; released on Instructed verdict, had, n narrow escape from overturning it.\,
Mr. Uickenbuker, Washington, chief of administration
ui of the quarantine, has udvlsed( l : stamp act as the surest and easiest way to collect the will start In the Issue of July 5th, and bench warrant Issued for !Sam Smith's Filling his| cur Station at the. corner the ot', >, vat

i''r' Thii; will acknowledge receipt) of 1>\Vllmon Newell of the slate : money (we ourselves know :something of the burden of this I Hit sale date be'ng set for the first Ghent charging perjury. Gent's which he approached. the Intersection speed- ?".

'u' letter of June 8th, with re- plant board, that Htrawberrles;'sort of taxation) and this was so odious to these pioneers in i :Monday In August. The list will forgelfulness of matters ) forcing him to take the :p '
ing \'rtl1ll1-1
.1 l to the status of strawberries.lire probably will be removed from the I this new country that as far as possible, they stopped buying le larger than for the pant' two WIllUiniH Wllllnms I being trial turn on two wheels. Speeding and'1'

++ receipt of your letter we I tat of hottts at the next revision 'the things that required these revenue stamps and evaded in I )'U\I'" and Tax Collector Knight I Jnll : released and a1)robubio diHregard'ng; of the traffic light; at ,'
term for
bent I
worked night and 1 day to have the i
I is endeavoring to out In the federal regulations. every possible! way the payment of the stamp tax. 1 being/ BO Call and Walnut street attracted .; f
lint for the .
a i about strawberries than we Sugar and tea bore the principal part in this hateful tax-1 ready printer June 15.'T'here : Mull'iix, possession attention of officers and Wade' in-,.',
\v bi fore. At the present wrlt- Orlando, June 2C. Florida's ation, the legality of which was based upon the unqualified I Is u possibility' of Home> | liquor: verdict of not guilty of speeded' north and out the (Ireen',. ''
I land being under the
\,t t' have but little more infor- strawberry i Industry, reputed to sovereignty of parliament to make such laws as they saw fit. ,I i'1'esston owners that they can let : Joe Mullliis\ possession( of liquor )- Cove Springs) mud S,.> '
them than hd three 1111-1
i n on we br'ng returns of several million j Tim street at tho where 'J+
The sugar tax had met with much hostile criticism which !' property sell thlo year and ; plead guilty, $25 and costsor point + ,,
; s ago. There has been no d Marl yearly to the state, received thin accident
j : ( : (to occurred is is feet
into acts of violence toward the tax cuUwctora and with I days.teS
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grew later without the 25 cent i
The per
UL"' -fit *"**_re$1: irT. : BuhtfUjjUal.asRuranceu!! fit Jnv, I wide but Wado's condition and .
+ion' which Mr.'Mauhewsnas"' inunlty from Mediterranean ffult the8e" O1ltq$1a'" from
liament that in 1770 the duties repealedon lDRislatur reducing the 25 ) y 7 p'l aril ) ( 'wtli1. !
'.. ((1 i r-" ono that has been asked fly quarantine regulations imposed grew so strong were : : per In the clear first smnshlng In'o' ft' i
"IO/I.IIM of other growers and by the federal government In news everything but tea, the tax on tea was, increased to six Cuff Interest to 8 per cent only I costs I or 60 duys. I Dodge parked on h'H'! loft, then lot., '
, ,, the state of cents pound.On i applies to lands previously' eiold Walter Williams possession of I''+ '
'M I.) i n throughout I released today at Orlando headquarters per swinging ftcn'in( the 1 street 1 to demolish ,
.i d'l.i Until we can definitely of the Plant Quarantine, December 10th, 1773, the colonists'!, in furious'! revolt 1 110 the state and not ((41 thin pistol' without liconso; vel'lll't, a Ford 1 rodnut ). parked I I',;' I'

,i. that the strawberry Is not and Control Administration, UIl'!ted '' destroyed 340 chests of tea at Boston, the King and the North i delinquent\ list.Certificates yenr"1 guilty, $25 and costs or 60 days. alongside the curb A negro/\ woman '"If"',

"' of the Mediterranean fruitu I; States Department of Agriculture Ministry were in full swing of power at this time and they im- for property James !Hall, petit larceny of standing by the. Ford with a ; i .
the Hoard, i iI I II the tax sale In August will bead I melons foul truck ; verdict guilty, G
: w 111 have to keep It on 1 and the State Plant | resorted to coercion. They closed the of Boston child In her iirms. was thrown to'r I
mediately port
the Btrawber- I of by .the usual twenty-five percent for $10 anal costs or 00 days. .
i IIM AM long as following receipt approval IIllr. ] tho pavement' In the collision' "! ,
and took the with l in the destruc-
charged leadership; '
i II ted as a host of the Med: C. L. Marlatt Chief of Administration I persons for the first year and eight percent Mazle Tlson. passing worthless( Impart throwing 'the child( river 4',\ 1'J"
1 i J ,UK';,111 fruit fly Us production \V\shlnRton.. of rccommendatlons tion of the tea, to England for trial. I tor succeeding years, If the land checks; dismissed upon) payment of tho fence Both received!!. HIJrouli"I'/ '
i Ifl! hlpmcnt will be effected in I earlier made by Dr. j I This aroused all the colonies and all sent delegates to a 11M bought In by private parties I check had cost) Injuries the child( receiving a gash ; ,

'identically the same manner as ;: Wllmon Newell. | general convention except Georgia, and it fell into line at the or goes to the state. Oliver Lee, larceny of shovel; In the body that "xIIIMl'lllht'' vital r' ; I. I'

.un, other host fruit of vegetablen Crowing: of strawberry plants ) second convention held ; these conventions decided on retalia- If your .land went to the elute dismissed upon payment for shovel orgnnn. Its condition however : I .

and when I the places producing to obtain runners for fall plantings tory measures and boycotts were declared on colonists that for taxes previous to 1028, you n nd coHts.Ilt'imun. Wednesday afternoon had Improved -, {j' ,

.UK! shipping: same fall within un already had been permitted to took sides with the King and parliament, from boycotts it 'are entitled. to redeem It under Bell and Tommy For- to where recovery was I thought I

infested or protective zone. Florida growers In the Infested grew to imprisonment or banishment.The the recent act at the eight percent sylh attempted 1 petit larceny; likely and Wade's bond wax met at Itli,

We are doing everything that we and protective zones under the colonists feeling that they had overstepped the boundsof Inetrest rate up to December 31sl plead guilty $15 and costs each or $250. \However he was still\ ia '. ,

cull to determine the susceptibility i-tato regulations. However, Miller prudence and were in for a threshing, if England could giveit .t this year. However, if It sold I 90 days custody up to time of going to r"J ; : ,

J, ot the strawberry. If, In the future existent federal regulations to them, began making preparations to fight for their free- to private parties for the amountof Angus\ Hall, \possession of liq press Thursday.im.iuoiti, ti !a; ,
is fit that there was no prospect for Inter- taxes due, old Interest rates are __. 1"+! t 'd
t at any time it seen dom from English rule. uor; plead guilty $10 and costs or ---
the status of the strawberry be state shipments of fruit such as still In effect, as the act reducingthe 60 lays { >>HIGH TK.ICIIKKH: t:I (, j

hanged such announcement will would be necessary to carry the In South Carolina another large quantity of tea was destroyed Interest rate from twentyfiveto L. C. Bryant, larceny of chickens ;: ;' 1

be given! wide publicity throughthe next fall and winter strawberrycrop and parliament at the close of 1774 decided that as a eight percent applies only to and eggs/ ; plead guilty; $25 S. 8. howling, principal Miss] .....
press. to outsde'! markets. matter of fact there was a rebellion in Massachusetts, and on lands going to the state. and costs or 90 days. Florence lIntthewsIlss! Myrwln,1,1 r J'. /,

Your very truly, Because strawberries will not the 19th day of April 1775 a British military expedition was Property owners can save them- L. C. Bryant, possession of liq- Jackson, Miss Myrttce Jackson, i /,

L Warner, begin to ripen until December It sent to Concord to destroy the stores that the colonists were selves the extra expense by payingthe uor; plead guilty, $25 and costsor Miss Isabel Fernandez, Miss Maude }:' ;4\ ;

Collaborator.The was not held necessary at this timeto accumulating at that place. 1928 taxes on their property 90 clays, Bryant la. serving six Mitchell.:I Mrs B. Perkins, Mr. j 'Woyj{

above Is a true and correct ,' amend the federal quarantine This force on its return trip was pursued\ by the colonists tefore the date of sale, Monday, months Elmer: thing, IIllIsIlnlile! Griiber, :. y

<"opy' of a letter received at the of- regulations and definitely remove and would have suffered annihiliation had not Gage the commander August 5th. ____ Harvey! Burger, drunk and disorderly Miss Kunlee Perkins Mills Jessie : ,!i, : i
tire of the county agent from L. H. strawberries from the list!: of hosts. ; plead utility( $10 and Williams, !Mrs. Edna Hart Miss :; \;" I ,
of the British forces at Boston sent them reinforce ,5
however, SCHOOL; jafH normsi'on : .r
Warner plant quarantine and control Tho Washington reply costs or four mouths Madge Middleton, !Miss Ktliel: Grit i"
administration. authorized: Dr. Wllmon Newell\ to I ments. The colonists needed arms, especially cannon, so on I Blt.\IWOUU cof.NTY I'M:: Ulgdon, trespass of timber; tin, Mrs It. C. flit('\\1, Miss Kstellei!: l '

Below Is an administrative Instruction advise strawberry growers in the 10th day of May, 1775 they surprised and captured the J. I,. Fruzee presenting for the Davie Miss Olive Ray and one tot' r ,,

from Dr. C. I.. Marlatt, zone 1 that with the next revisionof British forces at Ticonderoga. This was a severe blow to the Brooker: Ziff to Brooker, $59.50 Brevard Properties, cams settled be supplied., ; :i

\\ashlngton, relative to strawberres. the federal quarantine straw- British.On. awarded to C. S. Kelley; Pine out of court.Zemin aINeItllsl---_ .___. i ,,':; !
; This Information came to berries will be removed from the the 17th day of June 1775, strong! reinforcements Hill to Brooker, $60.00 awardedto Grllln! manufacturing Intoxicating : : IN (f.5 i ')I IF$ '

the county agent June 25th. ) list of hosts' unless during this Interval reached the British army in Boston under the command of J. K Donglas; Bradford toBrooker. liquor! ; verdict guilty, _, t :. *.! "

i Straw lierrles conclusive Information: Is Howe, Clinton and Burgoyne. They at once attacked the $60.00. M. n. Ilarrell. $250 and costs or six months. Bradford county showed a gaIn !,. : .:
Red linn ,
June 24, 1929 obtained that they are susceptible Americans on Breeds Hill. After a severe fight the Americans | $90.00 Lawtey, J.: K. Hosier( to Gasklns Lawtey to J. K, Wlllliuiu. operating pool In gasoline: consumption) during;}I d,
to attack by the Mediterranean ; table without license; dismissedupon the month of May, the monthly"! 'W.i ;
be planted but the British lost in the attack
"Strawberries driven out 1,000
may were men j| Lawtey, $50.00, J. 1>. I'eele; \t
fruit fly. securing license and paying report Issued by the Inspection( \ \ 'j 1.\:
and grown In zone one for interstate welcome This battle is known as the battle of Bunker Hill. Soon after Crews to Lawtey $40.00, J. M. .t '
held to be most costs. bureau, department of ''
Thin is agriculture, a''Q.\
shipment during!! the coming!! this, congress met and selected George Washington as com- I I Kmldlsh. "f
the news for the strawberry producersIn 'Walter Franklin, larceny of showing 95,822 gallons' as compare*, i '1;
ason. State regulation the southern section of Florida mander-in-chief of the American armies. On the 7th day of I! !Starke, : Lawtey to Starke $60.00J. shoes; verdict guilty four months ed with 83.968 for April. The: ''I
!resent time prohibits the movement R. II. Lee of Virginia introduced in a'' M. Hell the In- as recent developments have June 1776, congress straight Jail sentence at expiration state as a whole showed a decline,'' t il '
of strawberries from in ed the great strawberry Plac-I resolution "that these United Colonies are and of a right II $100.00, S. !Molt; Plneforest and of which he will face a secondcharge i, the amount reported being 18553,809 ,-, "' '"
to points
tested zones or areas of Plant to be free and Independent States. The debate that fol- Randolph to Starke, $100.00 II. r
Florida." In the vicinity: ought of breaking and entering. gallons for May and 19,- ; r
zone three or four of Knight's Station Lakeland, Kath- lowed showed that the delegates from the middle colonies and Prescott; Keystone to Starke, Joe Thornton, worthless checks; 831,703 for April. 's' ; ::

leen and !Medulla In either zone 1 South Carolina could not act at this time, so decision was post- $99.99, J. S. Grlner, Jr.; extended dismissed upon payment of check t y

TO W.IZI-: II.U or zone 2 under the quarantine poned for three weeks. At the end of this period, the dele- I route $114.99 J. S. Grlner, Jr.Willis' and costs. approved for construction} Iri ''ll, .
City, $65.00,
regulations. gates rfom all the colonies, except Georgia, South Carolina Ivy Thompson, transporting t llqiuor of bridge across Suwajnnee rlv rl'
\\ bile nothing In the Orlando I Dyal. <,. ; plead guilty, $150 and costsor at Suwannee Springs, between I Ir.
All Interested In the reorganIzation and New York had received instructions favorable to inde New 1 lver. $90.000 K. Supp.DICIX ( ''I'
announcement implied possibility six months. Jasper and Live Oak. .
( ,
band requested -
Starke are
of the .
" to attend the meeting to of instra-state shipment (move- the influence of sudden attack Charlestonthe I 'I.NU"KM: i KirKitKqulpment : : : John Starling possession intoxicating f
a on
; ; :
: of ripe or :
verdict t
at the ment Inside Florida) -- liquor; guilty $300 tery, prosecution withdrawn upo; :,
be held tonight (Friday) delegates from South Carolina and Virginia voted for independence 1
ripening strawberries the pros- for driving the new and costs or six months. Starlingwas payment of costs |i r., ij.Mf 4.
Woman's Club. Mr. N. S. Ternestof I
,I Starke In pect of being able to maintain and at this juncture word came to the congress: well at the municipal plant to a defended by L. It. OH teen of Jim Hicks, assault and battery;}r I f!,,',"
Ocala will move to will be at strawberry production and to retain that 30,000 British soldiers had been landed at Sandy Hook greater depth to improve the Jacksonville, and, they gave bond verdict guilty, $10 and costs or) t t'q I''
I Ii i the near future and he a the northern markets which under the protection of the guns of the fleet. This caused the duality of water arrived first of for an appeal to circuit court. 60 days.Vtndle. i"I'

If f the meeting tonight Mr. Terneat to effect has each season consume during the delegates from New York to withdraw their opposition to the the week and work Immediately Starling, It Is said by officials recently Forsyth, possession ln i" !I

( reorganization.had In band winter months thousands of cratesof resolution and vote for independence, substantially in the etarted. Use of water from the moved Ills seat of operationsfrom ; toxlcatlng liquor; plead guilty, /h.' J..'
years of experience delicious Florida pro- well, begun with Installation of Clay to Bradford when SherIff and i
his entire timeto this most form given it by Thomas Jefferson. The declaration was $150 costs or six: months ,.; 'f
work and will give musical organization duct, Is saId to be excellent reason agreed to by all the delegates but three on July 4th 1776, I the present electrical units was Hall made things too warm for Krvtn Green, possession Intoxicating -' a 'Ii
providing a for rejoicing on the part of Flor- abandoned. after a short time: except :- him In that county, but his bootlegging liquor; plead guilty, $10; ,
for Starke. and this is the date that has been recognized as the birthdayof .
Idt s'rawberry growers. I' for fire use on account of its ; activities In this section and costs or 60 days.
nation although matter of fact 2nd 1776 [ :
our as a July I
odor and rusty appearance after proved equally unsuccessful.Jim 1 Ale
COfNTY AGKVr'H: \\t .\TJOX I Charley Alvarez and Paul ,
the date which voted for and adopted the
was on congress through the .mains. From Alexander, of
VTEiSCHOOL: WOltK UKfJU'.V :- going possession varez, reckless driving: nolle pros .
The county agent will be out of I resolution of independence as' given by R. H. Lee, of Virginia. the amount of sand being broughtto Intoxicating liquor\ ; verdict guilty sed. (:i }

the county on a ten-day vacation The delegates, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams Benjamin the surface by the centrifugal $25 and costs or 90 clays. Coon Smith, selling Intoxicating< ,r' j

beginning the first of July and the Work was started on completingthe Franklin Roger Sherman and Robert 11. Livingston. The I pump It waif thought surface water Sam Ghent and Frog/ Jackson liquor; nolle pressed.! j t

office will be closed during this Lawtey Junior high school declaration was accepted and agreed to by all the delegates on i had broken through the casing and transporting liquor; verdict guilty Robert Fuller, transporting! Ilqj. +

time All matters of Importance building, it was stated Wednesdayby July 4th but was not voted on until July !Dth, nor was result of II polluted the well. $100 qnd costs each or four nor; failed to appear bond ofS)

relative to this offl e should be Superintendent GriflU. All vate announced until July 15th. It was engrossed and signed j The well will be driven through months. $200 estreated. :IiW' f vt+

taken up Immediately, otherwiseIt material has been placed on the on the 19th day of July, 1776, by all of thedelegates that had rock to about the depth of the old J. J, Grlllls, worthless checks; T. Tlllls profanity, and two ; 'S
will be readyfor I well famishing excellent water, dismissed payment of check additional charges of threateningpersonal v f
will be necessary to postpone Job, and the building remained in Philadelphia one or two signed it in August and upon l ,
such until the middle of the opening date of school there I an.). the present pumping: equipment and costa ', violence; three charges: '1

month. August 5th. 1 (Continued on page two.) f will continue In use. bat"f[ dismissed upon payment of costaj ""iatt .

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( from page; 1. )) ........................1' children, of Woodlawn. HP.'in iO

,r one of the framers did not1 sign until 1781. Edward Rutledg Our first community picnic of /7cf"-EFF4=fr4E 3\-c\ \ )h day here the guests of MI\ ''I rO
I /
not Crawford
quit at M.
of Charleston, S. C., was the youngest man signing, I he minimer wax held( Tuesday L Mrs. H. 1(1(
the Gasklns of D ,, '
Franklin of Philadelphia, Pa., 1 ttrnunn and evening About torty; Mr. Charlie "
27 years old and he by far the greater!'! wt-ro present and after the beautl-I I Inlet, spent Saturday nIght, I
oldest he was in his!'! 72nd year; with his moth"l1
has produced. He till supper was served, the eventni Sunday here i
that this \!
r" man, intellectually the Saturday Evenin was spent In the pavilion with music Jean (iasklna.

established the paper we now know as Cornwalhs, and an old fashioned nquari 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Gaskiu I

Post, when he was but twenty-two years of age.American BOU dance f = v children, were visitors! in II

commander-in-chief of the British forces on under Lawrence Walrath and J. D, land Sunday afternoon 1[5i

surrendered to the allied American and Frech forces, October Renfroe left Tuesday for a motor 41 Mr and Mrs E. B. W.-II, I
of -
the command of General Washington on the 19th day and six trip to Jeorgla; where Lawrenci daughter, Martha, and Mi I ,II
Virginia; just six years 11. Biggs of LawU'v Il
1781, at Yorktown, will spend the summer In camp Mrs. W :
+ ;
blood shed in the Sunday aftcnmMr ,' "
first Tennessee here
of to
months from the date !Mr. Renfroe will go on visitors
of Thomas Nelson one of the will and Mrs Lacy Normun: I
The house! where he has a position -,
for of the Declaration of Independence still stands in this a Rayon manufacturing company, daughter I Cleo, spent: Sumliu
signers oldest customhouse Law ley, HIP KU"
village and on the same streets stands the Mr and Mrs K.: I). Mowry left ternoon near
little Johnnie Stnihn<
in the United State!'! Wednesday morning for Jackson Mr. and '11,
of Russ!
held i in Walter Lee
was Mr
1881 a Centennial celebration vllle from there they took the
In October Sunday.
the surrender of Cornwallis and the< to Baltimore, then t by train t to a visitor here
celebrating M. Ui'rtdl-li! I
Yorktown, of a monument to commemorate Catturugus; N. Y.. where they will .1 Mr and Mrs.V. I
stone ,
willi'1 ;
the corner Mondav
British army, of freedom from I stay for the rest of the summer. children, spent
closing scene in the occomplishment mother, Mrs .1 J :s; i
this of Maine granite is ove Mr! alll\I1'8.( : Haln are occupying I ntcldlsh's

British rule was laid. This monument of to remind the McRrlde house for the summer ler of 1'v'I'KI''en; I

i 100 feet in height and will stand for hundreds years the day; :Mr. Haln U with the Ora;) Mi. Wade Gasktns and uir.llsses i "
for celebrating and ll> i 1"
that we have good reasons!'! Construction Company B(>a< us and
convictions!! '
of their Ktaike Satin'
when the colonists had the courage bind them, Mr. and !Mrs. McCiunntKle; are at were visitors to

off the yoke that England was trying to on the 1'nngborn apartments for ,a _..__ _n____ afternoon.
threw Yorl =- I-'
for I-- settlonbusy
ti founded in 1691 as a port of entry month or two Mr. McClunnigle i If I o/ovv, Co';: Wool)4c6eGIDE",7, The formers of this
? -?RaTV ENTcI1oqqc
Yorktown was until ruined by the. .s'4MIJI.. 4i NoT c vIc,450 ty0.iOD oi7RAD' S strawberriessweet
setting ,"
and was quite prosperous place state road Inspector.Mrs ( 1JOtll1'UJ 0'T IIl)16C'HCAOOT..adlnr

county War of Independence.The Klwell Robinson entertain of the board's cot- potatoes.
the I for the the success
during at "And It la reasonable! to ontmmo -
security -
British occupany of In ___ -.-
first occupied Boston, with the expectation 'd(l with three tables of bridge last ; that the addition of a securities mar- ton market In slightly: more than '
British discovered The guests thu Chicago tcftrd: of trade nhoulrl cotton has become an imposing of aspai.iplumosa I
England colonies but soon Thursday evening. ; ket will restore the board of trade to four years That the growing

.-.' subjugating the New attack the weaker colonies south of were Mr. and Mrs Wm. Baker,, .again lilt Chicago! to the> front rank 1M former position," Mr. Arnot men commodity of trade In Chi ferns, now the second)

that they would have to that time had a population of I Mrs, Meyer,' Misses Helen Lawrence In vclutno cf business among AmerIcan tioned. cago.A shows forty duatry In Volusla county, will I I

New York. New England at to repel Gertrude Houser, Arneeta exchanges, It woe otaloC today b; Added strength la given this state- map just completed greatest Industry In t II''
force net- the
::, could quickly raise a ment by the record of the securities five states reached by the board's come ,
t( over 700,000 so that they The United States is the I and Helen Ogden: : Messrs. Donald Ortmuel P. At not, presldTt.Un'll market of the New York produce exchange work of wires. Among states, only county, with an annual Incomt i
attacks by the enemy. Wm. Weld and Horace ho made known the and Vermont are with and three million i
any sudden her flag is one: of the Pungborn, 182t.: now four months old wherea Idaho. Nevada between two

r youngest among the great nations, yet 17th day of June, I Miller annual "c'oltari( and cent" vo'ume at single day's trading has Just pawed out the chain. dollars Instead of the present
world. It was adopted the II Lawrence, Mrs. Hay the 100.000-sharo mark. Of 536 cities and towns that are of three-quarU-rh ,1.1a '
oldest in the of Mrs J. the bonrd wile the largest! of any exchange mated Income
fl. { doubt contributed a good bit to the I Lawrence, Miss Helen Lawrence, In this country Hiking Into It la being" freely predicted In La touched. 226 are served exclusively: by dollars' was the predi.. '
1777, and no for freedom of trade'eaecurltiea : the board of trade. There are 53 cltleo million
ultimate victory in the battle I and Miss Helen Ogden spent Friday conaldcration tea number ot trading Salle street that the board Julian Langlen, mnkot "
to wire connections made by
led Canada with
purpose that France 1794 ; market will exceed a 600.- : and towns in lion .
following order: In Jacksonville. hours fifteen years III
the shopping Through for
Other flags were adopted Norway and Since 1923 the enormous lr:crease Insecurities 000-shnie mark dally within the ur t from tho exchange. specialist ,,
( 1848; the pavilion Saturday reaches Eu- the UtLm!
Italy at the board
Britain 1801 ; Spain, 1785, The dance trading: has changed the six. months. export houses an address before
aI Great Portugal 1816, Germany 1870, Belgium 1831. night was well attended. situation. But now stocks and bonus 3'ho private wire pystcm: of the rope. South America India, Japan, Rotary club recently. .

Sweden 1817, South American republics have selected Miss Helen Lawrence entertained will bo added to the great; central board la counted a.i Important asset China and Australia. -.-

China, Japan and the Informally Saturday evening market where trading; to grain futures In Chicago's climb to Its former nigh Illinois and other Oinln Belt states. Florida new h''"

flags since we adopted ours. the interpretation of with two tables of br'dge.'! f>7 lutfrm representing many coun- rank In trade volume Texas: alone whose crop growers have the received first market wire- Forty-three Monday '
bequeathed Information nince Jacksonville
has'te towns and cities con-
btabllizcd and > In
Continental Congress Heights tres of the world bee ; were
The A number of Keystone and Installed, nro thickly studded with to m .
the ua
our flag as follows: of helped to enhance prices to the benefit nected by wile with exchange hear way Washington
the colors in making ani innocance. eople l enjoyed the hospitality of the farmer. this It Is conceded, bAA done much I points of contact.: music for President Hum
purity Miller ._ "omo
Horace ----
i signifies Mr
"White, Mrs. Meyers ---- of the n.< '
{c Red hardiness and valor. Sunday at their rabbit farm, That Florida has a splendid opportunity melon growers, on land cleared They are members Orlando I-v"J: !

t Blue,, vigilance, perseverance and justice.. 'Wln-Ott Habbltry" near Melrose.chicken ................ ......... I in connection with tung last August and September. boys' band of Tlelorl'rSta'r'the '"'

morning every American dinner was Indicated by Information --* and Sunday
rabbit Is
and oil development
Sunday A
tl hour every I the journctitwo
For one BROOKERSIUs : make
Stripes the sign of the three o'clock and :, released by the I constructionof will make ,
battleship floats above the Stars and lerved: about I, just In preparation for of the Florida Mi'
; during devotional ser- were given an oppor.uii'ty 0 tinliu'y United Slates Department of Commerce home for the buses
r with a blue cross he guests n new $250,000 leaching Jack '
white pennant
I After
cross, a is the only occasion when any emblem may be put : to see the rabbits. They ...... ................. through Its Jacksonville First National Bank and Trust Lines. about noon Monday '

vice. This inside outside of a buildingto lave H hundred or more New Zealind dtstr:ct office. In an article on company of Orlando, crews of vlllo "urallp\i 1

above the flag. When it is used event or of state or national Whites, and It Is well worth 1\Irtt. A. H. Crosby, and Bon the subject presented by K. C. workmen will start demolition ot youngsters; gave; n offices

+ celebrate or commemorate some should be in the left hand a trip to the farm to see them. r.hner: Glen, spent last week here Wood of the Chemical Division of of the old hrlrk building at the I serenaded newspaper a conceit iimi/

importance the starry field of blue the front Mrs James Honser and daugher ; w'th; her parents Mr and Mrs L the above government organization northwest corner of Orange ave- night; they gave; and Eight

upper corner to the person viewing it from when they Oertrude, left Monday for the U Ciainey.Ucp. many salient facts concernIng nue and Church street this week I auspices of the Forty

I? The government requests that flags be used.burned north, where they will spend the i O, \v. Hazen, who hat been I the Industry us a whole, President, It, O'Neil:' of the bank i clety. ._- .d

are worn or stained too badly to be longer next two months with, relatives In I INew pecially the growing has announced.) \ \
% (
The following lines from the pen of Oliver Wendellif' York. spending some time In Tallahassee of tong oil: In Industry, are eB-1 --0 Melbourne I I
; c. loyalty to our flag: who has been i returned home last: ]Friday.Mr. der way of new Melbourne sp'
our Weld, mentioned.
in expressing
Mr.Vnt cifically have
> I, Holmes are often used Florida poultr> men organ-; and land:,
r a J "One flag, one land, risking his parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. I Tom Clemmons! and Mr trod a co-operative market OI'KIIIII- way, amusement park

f hand U. Weld, the past two weeks, Crudy Dukes spent !several days from 42 Vi ration that is attracting the attention Meld.
One heart, one whileloading Peace Valley Farms' COlIstrulIIJwhich ( !
u here with Mr. H P C.alney building
One Nation evermore." left Monday for Michigan\ ; melonn. acres of new land, near Ft. Meade of the entire country. The New will probably exceed In N 1 I

II. II. YOUNG. \ -.- shipped 29 carloads of watermelons i Ill< COBS of the Central Florida being cona'nplated
way M., Orval Ward and Miss: Stell- over $2,000,000,
---- Plant under Producer's Association tie
Clearwater of the Tom Watson variety Poultry who art' m''
fact concerning the mae Ward of Jacksonville, spent by capitalists
Teat Florida has a splendid opportunity many salient for reorgnn'zutlon of rinnellaa Sunday here with their mother, thin season, and the opinion was has been so phenomenal that a future of Palm Bca
In connection with tung Industry as a whole, especially the County Berry & Truck Growers' Mrs. T. pVol'd. expressed that It was the heaviest t tae-wide,marketing agency; within ,terested Federal government I

#, r Is Indicated by Information growing! Importance ot tung oil Association Mr. Leslie Greene and Luther yield of melons per acre on record a very short time Is predicted Tallahassee 118,058 acres ,>II i
oil development purchased
r" In Industry are specifically mentioned for Improvement estimated by Julian Lungner,
by the Prospects bright In Polk county. The melons It Is national ti'.,.
P'' L Just released Harrell were transacting business! to be added to
cellar, from Waldo Into the organizer! that the organization; land
of under supervision : 4 r
of Commerce were grown Including
several last
United States Department In Jacksonville days of the country,
hens eats'
JuckHonvllle district Lake Alto and from there Into' of J. A. Porterfield and his son, will control at least 150,000
through Its week. In Florida.
I will be Little Lake Santa Fe. Porterfield. old-time wat"r-'hv fall. _I .76 J acres
., office In an article on tIle Uartow Factory established Mrs- L. O. Calney and daughter.!: James -- .- -- --

subject presented by C. E. Wood here to convert moss Highway B-A being hardaurfac- Lois, were visiting relatives l in -

'Et r of the Chemical Division of tile Into curled hair used In upholstering. ed between High Springs and Fort 'I Jacksonville last Sunday.

above government organization, White. Miss Lubedla Plnholster was tanning a trip 7 .

transacting; business In Starke last

Bll I American Gives $200,000 To Oxford \ ; Saturday Lenor Sunday Mrs Wilson Maggie here; visiting and Sutton children friends and' spent Mrs and LET @aJR TOURING SRVltEROUJTfE

-r l relatives.Mr. .

'i am desirous' of doing snmcthntt! L. Hi, Gainey and daughter; BT OR YO (] .., .., ..,

I// 'If NEW TTOniC:-a."0rr( Kanrman: that nil assist, Engllxhmrn: and Lois, were attending business>

pi Internationally known manufacturer Colonial, and particularly tin ; In Sturke last Thursday.:
and philanthropist or rtoch- destined to play ''l-n Import' ;
!group Mr. Kuel and Cyril Dukes attended
'eater, New Vorlt. has given S20u. ,
In government
ant part
r I 000 to the Association of American scholarship. Journalism sCI..nee'l H. Y. P. U. here Sunday

Scholars for the purr Lf night
Rhode .; dustry, to understand (
,h pore of estnblUhlnft/ the George wI to study the vast! and Important D[:. II. P. flalney spent Thurs

Boatman Visiting Prot..nrllhlp. at experiment we are making, In almost j day night in Jacksonville attending I'I n

laA the English University o; Oxford, I ( every field andto use know. i I to business. .
'The regulations of the prot."or. cIMltznilon. I
/ advance
{ ledge Mr. Walker of Alachun. was
hip provide that It Is.to be filled\ .I
y "In their !governmental! relation i here several 6mx
1e, distinguished American scholars transacting business!
by MeaRt with each other In their journal-1 t
who will serve for term ofrI days of last week.
j: Istto comment. upon each other, [!
'r period of from one to five years.T commercial and other Mrs Myrtle McKInney and son,,
in their '
Announcement of the gift barjust F contact, Great Britain and tho I' Everett, Willlston., are spending l- {
T been made by / -
of the Association United State are singularly well some tame: here with friends
Russell secretary
fitted to furnish a model and an I and relatives.
h Rhodes Scholars,
I k'S a of American It \h4 I\ I
? who formally delivered a check example to all I Mi II, P. Galney was transacting
of A 01-
that a Professor
t Zi'i { for $200,000 from Mr. Eastman my erlcan hops Studies may contribute to business in Jacksonville last

to Walter A. Rush. Vice President Monday.Mr. .
q this end by actively participating
and head of the Trust Department Mott and
r' I In the training of the IIICD who are and )Mrs. J,
''of Dank of the Manhattan -
parse Vera Galney,
and Miss
destined to play Important children
< New
40 Wall
take this step, River last
l Trustee of the American Trust In British Ufa. were visiting In New

1 s Fund for Oxford University. Simultaneously further In the hop.t'lh..t similar Sunday.Mr. .

announcement of the chaIr. may be entablnheri by other and Mrs. L. D Polk and
r" that In the course
of the offer of the professorship v s;. countries, so the week-end at
acceptance ...,.,.. children spent
,S'-"' civilized\ notion may -
l was made at Oi'ord by ] \\U or time with friends and rela 1/
I their relation Newberry
p, carry on
Vlc Chan- Eailman .
Pember Gtorgi
t.; I with one another In the light, of tives.
I I cellar of the UniversityIt and sympathetic\ knowledge I Ellta Prlester of Lake Butler br
was upon the suggestion of enabled to coma Into contact with correct I Mlsa r w
< President frank Aydelotta of English and Colonial student and of thOIrr..llp.lVQ problems. i I Is spending some time here

Swarthmore College Swarthmore, who, on their return home do difficulties,'* aspiration and achievement r with her sister Mrs Gerald! Ad-
Pa.. American Secretary of Then something/ and as their number kins. 1
v to send to
Rhode Trust and of a Director American of Increase will comprehension do more to further and the It flm Ifl planned Incumbent of the 'roI) M;. and Mrs. G. R. Colson and V v HAT Is eo rare as a day in June, with '."
I rthe Association knowledge I
Rhodes Scholar, through whom sympathy between the two coun- feaHorshlp as soon all he can mad be. I! Messrs. nob and( Gene Long spent the road unwinding like a ribbon before you .
arrangement Sanford and were accompanied -
I, Eastman made the offer ofi tries. In the long run cooperation chosen and Sunday In
pr the Mr. endowment some month ago, and civilization will I be-, It la. particularly pleasing to home by Miss Louise. ,unfolding to your eyes new towns, new cities,new-

i1 i. that the latter' name should be \lleve. be most effectively promoted members of the Association Scholar that ofAmerican I Caraway. "ST' 'D.'nn" points interest? Particularly if it is a good road, CROWN

| identified with the new chair If nation and those who form Rhode Messrs. Bob and Gene Long of GASOLINE
designated In them know andunderstand announcement. of Mr. Epstman'sgift I MOTOR OIL and you know it will continue to be good. Advise
which has been officially public opinion spending some
; by the Oxford authorities. as one another. Believing and I III made for on England the, eve to of attend theirdeparture I' South time here with Mr.are and Mrs G. D. quality lubricant that our Touring Service of the destination of your the most popular ma-

the "CleorBO Eastman VUltlntI I that It Is In our Interest in and
l f I I I Professorship.. I In the Interest of clxlllzatlon that their reunion, which Is to be held Colson. you can depend on to trip, and they will send you authentic information tor-fuel-year

In accepting the gift from Mr. America should be understood I at Oxford from July 4 to 8. M- Dockv Waters and children, protect your motor on best roads and shortest route to take. This out. Haifa million meromfrlctioOandwear. -

Eastman on behalf of the Association spent the week-end In Jacksonvilleat torist can't be "wrong!
1, Schol- and service is 1 free. Send in the coupon below today.
of American Ithode k the bedside of their son,

R. are Dr. Aydeiotte wrote: o ,i1 .. .. .\.., brother, who was recently carriedto
t "I am confident that the chair r.ait the hospital. They were ac-

will be an extremely useful means home by Miss Tressle STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED
t I of making known In England the companied ,
Intellectual achievements of Am-

,., e, I'I I erlcan scholar In different *.ubI eWKATHKK

.. jects and that It will serve the
(Treat"' purpoHe of etr..ngthenlnrt.he
it. "y :
,. bond of Intellectual under --.1

'. I landing between the two countrie For week ending Juno 26, 1929. STANDARD' OIL TOURING: SERVICE,426 v,9lwaer..iw.1.W.gy.

I .." Datelax! :. lltn. Preclpt. 1-1 II"". ..*-....'.,.-f-f-'ftrfntnu

r p consideration which led June 19 87 68 -
Mr.The make the endowment l
,, to kU June 20 92 69 -
S are expressed In the at ,.

1 d following extracts from bill letter. June 2J 96 69 .99 ,.u.a ti.. ..,..,....-f..../r... '
90 68 -
22 '
1 June
to Dr Aydeiotte
"Through the beneficence of June 23 89 70 .64 rr_.

Cecil Rhode. Oxford annually = "" Srcrvtar. 4n free Fran Win/ 1'. Kmuftt, (rl. ,
Its opportunities 70 .02
ry'ry't offer to a carefully Scholar, bandit Mr. tattnun't cheek la Wirer Ruth, Vic.-Pr.ridrr end June 25 83 ... .. +C
r of alt expense I American Trutt Fend June 26 71 0,, "0."
i .selected group of Americans, who, Cathttr Bank of the Manhattan Co., Trmttt of :
week 2, 41 In.
'P1. Total rainfall
I la addition to their studies are for Oxford Univtruly

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Z L CGC' C7C7C7SaS74Ca Ct7nnnr e S, SrSSC r-' I: Johns and 11, C Wall spent' the I| St Augustine Beat. h Sunday andspent Nation-Wide Plan i! Llaccd I on farm products( will be ot
POCKETBOOK{ OF! tTit' whatever"It ,
1i.--'i no !
week-i-nd Hirpon-flbhlng( ; at Pass-a- the day. I I
i IK axiomatic In tariff making
:(J Grille, I
1 Bits oi ,------ Mrs. II. it!. Snytlor. of Sklppervllle Educate Public to I that ni protection can be given a i '

i L. A, Davis of Columbus, Ga., Ala., Is the Mutest of her I HOUSEWIFE HIT I product of which an exportable j

wax a visitor to Starke Thursday, brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and I I Law ObedienceEducational surplus in produced.\estimated that lens ; ;'
"It has been

local Nevi arranging properties for In disposal this "section., of his farm came Mrs here Pate to dassett attend the Mrs.Woodmenof Snyder, I' BY TARIFF BILL : 1 than 2 per cent of the acreage under -

? I the World exercises when they campaigns on 1'1,1-1 a nii-, cultivation Is devoted to the
tton-wlde scale In support of growing of crops of which no exportable -
unveiled the monument to her late .
Miss Fenella Snyder has returned dent Hoover's plea for obedience surplus Is raised." :
IX Concerning Our People Business and home otter a week's stay InJacksonville husband, Harvey M. Snyder This to all laws are to be undertakenby : +
ceremony took place I'nrincrN impressive
of the County and Town with Miss Lillian the Anti-Saloon League/: through I Tallahassee Spring Hill( ru(4 t ,(
Progress last Sunday afternoon at Crosby ]!<< l-'orc il To l'a\ IIIgher1'rkes I
Garris I the churches and by the federal ral main route will be established j II

cemetery. government; Itself through the from here to serve approximately I
------------------- \ tic schools.) Special sirens PUb\\ I ..
Mrs Pearl and daughters distance of %
725252 : : : : : : Snyder Each;; summer night may becalm The tariff wan assailed as a 500 persons and cover
and Mrs. W. Wlmberly and undisturbed. Just I made on the Eighteenth; $600,000,000 to $700.000.000 tax : 55 miles.
,, ,", .. Long of Gainesville,, peaceful well all laws. I IF'
M'H little daughter!: spent Tuesday In using FLY-TOX, Spraying the meat aa as on. consumption mostly to he I Jacksonville Dry Ice Corporation ,Wes
In by
"I'nb"I'1 ''' I Starke as guest Scott McBrlde, superintendent -
I i LLfi
III Jacksonville. sleeping rooms. I Killing the mosquitoes of the Anti-Saloon League gouged; ; out of )housewives\ wageear11ers of America will Install $100- a, '

u'nTMrs- Everyone knows mosquitoes June I and farmers. 000 worth of manufacturing equipment ,', ,:
next Sunday I""
-- announced
v! Monday In \ E. Dowllng of Dublin, Mesdames J, II. Lord, P. M. are diseases carriers. They I Many millions. of American film-I I In Commodores Point plant 'J,
/ would he "Loyalty
'I'I t 1'arefoot and G. \\'. Alderman and killed. ]Health authorities of Carbonic Corporation. l i n!
--- guest of (:ol. and Mrs must be and that a call had been <1 ll'en will -have $5 a year added to Liquid ,. :
A. for the week-end., Mills Blanche Alderman were visitors .- advocate FLY-TOX. It Is the and Sunday slIu.lnY'1! their 111111'OSt8; by the proposed, )Fort Myers $100,00 project .
II pastors
\1 Thursday ,- -- to Jacksonville Wednesday scientific Insecticide developed at "to teach and preach higher tariff on anger alone!, It was Including) bridge; over Manlanzns ; : t
'I' Hrtyd returned home !Mellon Institute of Industrial Research of loyalty and declared In n statement Issued by 1'",," and paved road across Jo s-
-end Mrs. a visit In Lake But. Mrs. n, W. Alderman and Miss by Rex Research Fellow spect t triotic! for law" on that day I'u-I (he 1'eople's Leglwlattvo Service. taro Island recently completed.. !r '

M '. Blanche Alderman motored to ship. Simple: Instructions on each federal government cnmI They also will be forced to pay Florida U world's !greatest; pro-
T I -d.\, in Jacksonville Wednesday for the Ijottlo (blue label ) for killing! ALL The conducted by the iutlati'il' prices for shoes and other ducer of grapefruit hILvnK'ono: 4(1(

.,.moor.. ,Sulla, I \ ,' ....Md.l l bli-rn-, day. housl."holdlnllectll. I INSIST on })'L Y- 'I 1 tion pulgn.unit under an III'ohlhl-1 leather products, this statement fourth of world's acreage; of citrus, I

'' 'kc*. TOX. It Is lillIe, stainless and has I' by congress; pointed out. according to 10. ;F.) eBullk) eAten
.I Uhrrg'Uv $1 Mr. and Mrs. !t. A. Newsoni/ a peifume-llke rrusrancc,.--Adv. [authorized Inniuhcd on June 28 at the meet- The $600,000,000 to $700,000- sion service "''Iledall t. r

spent Sunday In Lawtey the guestsof 000 tax consumers IH. based on l'lanlllIuler
\ on Inn
Strickland of Ocala National Education: aa- St. August "
Mrs. of the '
old lug
St. end with her ulster, Mrs. N'ewnom'8 parents Mr. and i Mrs. James; ; Kite I Is visiting her Boclat'on at Atlanta. Gn. the bill IIR It palace<1 the house re consideration for establishment of (

v .n \ Hayes. :Mrs. J. A. Howe. daughter, Mrs. J. T Amberson.ot "Tho government; ," nays onepnmllhlE't cently.-The bill Is awaiting; \ airport here. _

Birmingham, .\it will distribute "needs l I ; -
it -------
t' and Mrs. ) Moore is visiting Mrs. T. J. Alderman leaves[ Sun- :... ___ I of every lugs before the finance committee
., ,-.Hod 1 the help I and co-operation \
Mich., to be
Karmlngton Af'
day for this:
Jacksonville Ileach this California 1 I Hummer. ....
-.---' : teacher) from Maine to :, ; (: :J'I\I/f' "I
II (lulnn gone; several weeks visiting rela, Cowpeas NowDropped and fl'ol1'VaMhll1 ton state to The legislative service" << statement /ft-:; !..' .,., ;.
i )I" lives dealt expei'lully with the bill's effect ; '
developing a rcaeroaslitMs : <.1 ;tj' "
lie with Florida In I'
i I", 1?<'-\ \ Mrs. Jack Everett of From of the proper attitude, toward on the farmer whom it will /_ ; ,' .: t' ,II-\\11 4 'I
Mrs. W. F. Hitter and son, Mrs.! drive! "further on the to /,, ,
way peas
Milton were guests of Dr. this law and nil laws. ....., ft'r''l '
i mB I of Sydney "
W. B. Parks Sumluy. Evans and grandson Ban "The liquor (rattle continues to entry Itva declared Most! of '.\\ .."> .1 :- !&.. .
,, \ Fruit Fly .1't.. '
,1'\'l '"? were guests of !Mrs. L. S. llutto the chief center and source of the new higher; rates, however will --... .7:: -II ,

', get ) llogued Is .upending last week. be lawlessness defying laws against affect hoiiHpw.ves: end wage; earners "': : '\0;:'" j ,

i hu'rnlrrrg's.\ >u can, In Jacksonville with A. H. [Hall and Transferred and Mrs.
Mr. out
Mr. ,,
Tout ,
1'llIlIt"ft'I' crimes
-- Miss Edna, llutto of Jacksonville causing Far every dime that has been cannot afford r
George; McBride said you : :
Mis )less Sleraberg's. spent Sunday with their! parents.Mr. -What was given; to farmers In added protection '
In for at Orlando June 20 "So long uu pl'ohlhltlo1law II are .{ 1 ,
ua! shopping and Mrs. L. S. llutto. his to take chances ,
on commodities a dollar .
Florida he
Huld) to be "the best news to under special attack they must .1"t ,
L., A. Mrs. Laurie Edwards farmers and growers; since the given special defense and, support will be taken from him In enhanced with the properly you haY. t ,
ors little daughter ; "
this week-end in Starke Mrs. Lee Taylor of the plant quarantine" and l living; costs, the statement
( lie Imposition law-abiding! citizen acquired.Insure "
I 'f.
,""\ Ills of LaBell enroute to Knoxvllle, ly every said ; ,
Mrs. W. II. Struth. has come from Orlando ofllclal. '
oath observing of t tIn..RM..II.
Tenn., stopped over for a week'svisit every The American: Farm Bureau l to Ihr' safely margin jour ,
of the Plant Quaran-
\ : headquarters .- --- Hint, :
[ C. nitilaiiml l
Mi-" II 1 Taylor rntru
Thomon with Mrs Josephine Admln'stratlon'! )Federation was given as authorityfor
Mrs. J. F. mo- tine and Control UlI'JlTIIEIUJ.ISSOS: :
u. h in Tampa motl1el'-1 n-Ia w. this statement. The federation Important mutter to an agent rcprr 1i t
her of MOTIIKRH:
Augustine Sunday for United States Deportment Agriculture FOR ) C
.. .ilrx-nilul, klix-k
rntiiii only |
the State Plant was quoted| : (
and +
in E II. Mrs JV.. Andrews, Jr., and "No matter what approach one 'Inxiimnrn riiiiipnnion.Wr ,
Board to the effect that rowpeas. The following Information\ released -
'I ,i- a I visitor of'Sander- :Mrs. E. L. Biggs: motored to Jacksonville makes to the proposition, the cn/ril! and our f
listed( as host planlH to the Mediterranean by the Florida State Board conclusion lire broadly rrci>| ;
Saturday and spent the t in evident. that the 'eltdbetween clients. bus become I 1
Hat I Ilrrnbrrg guest tills week of Miss : fruit fly since the beginning of Health: up prrtire lo a
I straw i day. ; of the eradication effort "III a twelve months' period, : the rules on agricultural mark of tlihlim'liou.HAROLD y, t

::; s' have as the result of exhaustive one thousand and nety-llve casesof and Industrial products<< \ Is not les- WALLINSURANCE
--- Mr.\ and Mrs. \\ S. Yelvlngton sened."Increased, ,
to the
tie Brown of Peniacola fxperlmenta been diphtheria were reported to
\1. -> June Mac '" \ a visit with Mr. and and son, Billy, of Hastings, will the list I of 1I0nh"MtlllInls.\ State Board of 1lf'ILlth--of thisamber rates grunted, to .

i Mrs. McUae. spend Sunday at the home of Mrs. The change wan made It was ) 730 or 71 per cent wel'eundE'r manufacturing! ; fiidUHtrlex' covering; ;

I H.t11'_____ Yelvlngton's parents Judge andMrs. paid only us the result of exhaustive the ago of ten years. Of the practically 1 everything C the farmer STAHJvE, FLORIDA!

ti O. L ; Milton of Mac Ceo A. Gnrd'ner.Congressman : experiments by the-corps\ of deaths reported, from diphtheriaduring buys, wears! mud! UMOH.. will become

: a visitor to Starka last scientific research workers.,\ Re the same period !'at) percent > effective- while ninny of the titles
w..nk-end In Green la --- -- ------ ---
It. A.
afternoon. Starke lilts of the long series of scientific of deaths occurred In ':"-'-",-'_,_,,_,,,,-,,-,,,,_,,,,_,,,,_,,_,,,,,-,,-,,,-,._,.__.._-----':.
''I weeks In - -- - -
spending several tests Involving the fly and, of age; "1'1111-\\ : "
dren under ten yearn ,
\' of )Dunnellon, and with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. cowpeas are said to be definitely The above figures show very; t 1 ,1. ,.
\li and Mrs. Klugsley $ 1
\1'1 iare In Starke with his W. II. Green, at their conclusive of the fart' that Mediterranean strikingly; Hint younger children) t" .

,". \ Lake cottage.; fruit flies'! will not Infest are more prone to have tllphther:: 'i; ,,' i
ic at --- I'il
-- returned this extremely valuable Florida than older ones and much more : J t .

!; B, Neal (ot Norfolk, Va.. Mrs! S. S. howling product.In likely to die of It. il "''I '
1 sill IIIJH) you II and was accompait [
Jacksonville '
.. < of her mother Mrs from the beginning; of the eradication Tho value of toxin-antitoxin immunization \ ,1,1'
;tcrnbcrg's.CENT home by her sister Mrs. : \ t .
:e'd work cowpeas were listed as'" against; diphtheria I III' # Ft' 1
several j
.James Godbold who spent In the experience the pub ; i ;
host plants because. called to the iitte'ntlon: ot > ,;. :
; Howe of Lawtey, days here. In other countries with In by the !Board] of Health, Its s'J'ai : 'l 'I
A of her slater Mrs of the Mediterranean! fly peas and UKcfulness und hurmlcHsncHa have k I;
[ Tuesday. Mr.! and Mrs. F. G. Rogers (tears proved to be hosts. Velvet been thoroughly/ proven and tin- f k I;
Kllpntrlckand i
Orlando, Mrs. M. L.Ruby Kilpat- beam were early placed upon the protect\Ion given is lastingU r .q!' :

1 Mrs George C. White] daughter, M'ss: Mr. and non-host list because they are not your child,( Is six months old I

to Gainesville: Tues rick, were the guests of true beans even though popularly or more protect them against this WIi
several days
Mrs. L. D. Vinlng for calh'd such: and It has been ascertained disease." Approximately one hundred '
K'"/u RENT : ; I
week. I.
ast not affected
thai they are little lives are needlessly sat- 1

"in Kingsley A. knight: ; and Miss Wednesday by the fruit lly. Then It rlflced each year from diphtheria, )':,..

were chopping Mrs. J. A. Saul spent, and was accompanied was discovered that English: ; peas 1 Your family physician l IH prepared !I, "

'rt'.o Saturday. in Jacksonville sister. were Immune from fruit fly attacks 1 to administer t toxin-antitoxin consult 'I' ''I
'0',"H,I SALK home by her I, ,
him about I It.COFFINS .
i try Plants. J. GrltHn Mrs. E.' M. Miss Minnie Gruber. who will remain -- -- ---- I ____ ___ \

-"nt!. K. J. daughter, Gloria, left In Starke until Sunday. ............_or..44.4... :IIDWW r> cl5ammmmtmsammsJCr 'l'I. l\ "
J2tKIIH t- for Washington; I>. C.,, Edna n A BANKER'SJUDGMENT ; ,\' ." ,
I '
and Miss CASKETS
trip. Was; Carrie Uglow: THEKESSA J I ( & ,, "I'
: ','
SALK Stansbury returned from Orlando Miss Illioiln Xi-Iglcr. 'or. and a Full Line of : ,I.. \\1} .
attended '
:pure-hen)( lIa; ; Mrs. ,V. P. Randall and Monday, where they I i'' Vii;" '
state Christian Endeavor ... ........f I '!: 1
lose in $ of Tampa, were week- the 4..3 )... 4J4 a Undertakers' Supplies! SA .

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. convention. \ Miss Alythe Collins", of Gainesville ; AUTOMOBILE\ HEAKSB H 1(1.1'r": ,( \ f

FOR SALE : Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch hadas ,week.la visiting Mrs. Clyde Hall Always en h.nd. Tk fc_t .-.tClO Your Banker knows finance. It's his busi : ,;

u>tato vines; V. Long and daughter, their guests for the week-end, this Sullivan and .I th. lownt 10Ft.... "Hu.cUI... ..et.ntlOl. all .
C. .
K M. Ualnesvllle, Mr. and Mrs, It",. S. McCormack Mr. and .. ttt til (raph ( ness. Experience, training, study .j; .. 'I
Long, week-end In KEGISTKREU
the ;
,on road 28. : In Starke Wednes- and mother. Mrs. I. D. McCor- children with spent Mrs. Sullivan's father t! qualify him to advise your regarding money : j441; '
mack of Jacksonville, und two Jasper DEWITT C. JONES This institution with its tltt': '
Thomasville, C>a. Mr. G. It. Bennett problems. ,
FOIl SALB- children of Beuu tt of Jasper, STARKE, FLA.GAIETY. invaluable Hf-l
Mr. 0, M. / ample resources can render you : t
sold Blltch of the
motors S.
Mrs. hU daughter
week with ; ,
U* Bryant spent Monday after Mrs. A. H. Fripp William, Miss Frlpp Etta of spent Mrs.last C. Sullivan and family: counsel and co-operation. )*!t g i ,

Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Frlpp and Mr. and
Katherine: Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Sullivan
S. C.. Miss
Beckham of Hardeevllle.] S. C., who family of Miami, are. expected to ----------I, !, l l. .
Foil SALE ---- have been the guests Mr. and Mrs. arrive here Friday to spend their i BANK OF STARKE
'MIW horse, Mrs. N. D. BumKarner Powell lift! Sunday for vacation with relatives. .J; .
drews' week-end at Florahome, Luther I
mare; Mrond Mrs. J. J.'Zelgler, Misses I !
X50 Ibs. E. L. E. Tanner Mrs. Bum- their respective homes. Y Ruth and Rhoda and Mr. W. T. An Honor Roll Hank ( I, )
rT "!
A. Green : Ze'gler: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. / '

--- Miss Blanche Alderman Guggle Mae, Bennett Miss- f L'i.: Adklim and family !in Hampton THEATRESTARKE I _._ _?_ _._ ,_, _,_ ?_.,_?_._.,_ _.._ _._._,,_, i,: i'-I"J, '
Miss ltU'R
Fripp. + ;
FOR RENT J. Epperson, Mrs. Geo. Etta "Beckham, Sunday afterncxm.Mr. ">( a '

meat, of Lawtey and !Mr. and ,Orrie Miss Wiggins Katherine and Mr. John W. T. Wallace and Mr. AV.T. FLA. o' :',! :
i I Vansickel spent Tues- Mr.
i-lvate bath Powell spent Sunday at Atlantic Zeigler were business visitorsto

Walnut!nrk. Knight Beach. Jacksonville. .Tuesday.. 19 COMICS IN COLORS ni ;
Mrs. D. E. Mon.-Tues, July 1-2
Jacksonville Modern electrically
week in Bunnell the Mr and Mrs. C. A, Knight, Miss i \.
Flit! SALE
Shepard Mr. and Mrs. J. C. driven equipment will be Installed '
,fresh; good his and brother Mrs. W.and)E. Kn'Rht.alater-' ; Robinson and daughter, Vera (In Armour & Company's Victor McLaren : It PUl PAGES MAGAZINES FEATURES 'j.R':
vne Filling Claire! Pauline Corbett and Kath- plant for cannery of Florida Sunshine ,; b )" ,
milk, butter motored to Fruit & Produce Company.
rvn Lewis of Jasper, : "
I-t- } Shepard returned to SPECIAL ARTICLES BY .. 1'j
and will spent sev "The Strong Boy"Also i
LoTTwo:; fe ; with her daughter; Mrs. ( Kathleen Norris l "( 1

1iirn-liipphiq ; .
le red Ed. Howe c I 1 "11

'! !nder notify Mlddleton, Miss Vint"i.
E. i..
ill for .
pay -
; and Miss Hazel) 1 attersfl UEndumnce O. McIntyre: ; >:lt

: motored to Jacksonville Thurs.-Fri. July ,1-5 I Hobby Jones f+ 1..1' t ,'., '

F' '"t( SALE- ; J. J, "I c(.'raw r; "

'11''ust sacrifice ; -- Charles Farell and Greta '" Ruth I w, ''i'HoM. 1'

ekes i r six,coach sell ; I his grandmother Middleton after, Mrs.a [f[([) NissenIn > Edgren; I s-: !t'4l:'it\ I'

returned '
i Smith Co. : of Stuart, Jam en J. Corbett j T I)jtf

irfc street. 1 Tuesday. \ I JTtien! ttc toy "Cum.DC jrpenq I Robert Mountsier: ':ii\.',,!I,

FI, RENT j Mrs. Oscar Andrews / I the acme "FAZIL"Also Rupert Hushes "<;:1#i 1', i

> vment plan and Miss Anna Swindell FHfVf')- :(.:

<.rns. and week.are the guests of rela- ti i..i ('..!..._.1), Inking I I Whew1s-s"| And :Many Other Special Features. All in the Enlarged: -,:.' ,i'

iced\ at ; "hI
Saturday, July 6 !
'''nth'' Mrs It. C. Rltch. Miss and Improved: Sunday Issue of .r
':S. Miss Ethel Grif LEO :MALONEYIn

yTI'' ''TGAGE G.Sunday.C. Gamble visited h N T HEY carried the Studebaker Presidents :30,000 THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION j I ;:

trade $ .., ..w" y mite in 26,326 minutes. On race track over 'Yellow Contraband'Also ;
or 40 acre Mrs. Alvarez. and f ".- :: mountain and desert--on smooth pavements-they I P ;i

Lawtey M. 1, Lang of Jack- X ,have shown themselves the toughest', ,strongest FROM: YOUR IJEAI.EU-I0c A COPY ; .. i

i hl le week-end guests of / \'.'and safest tires you can put on your dirt ('om..I), "Pink I'njnmnit" anti .

iterest ; L. V. Moore. tUtrn IllaforodaywSl I'ATIIKKWS: : !! Hy Carrier-20c Per" eek- Daily and Sunday I ;
,t and ... J. W. Jr. t ., ,
-------.1 tti
month. It -
E. b!. Johns, A. 1f.t .

JI. Garrett d

t ....... ,.... .... ,.. ,r..d f
i1" 1 '1'.>.'"", t .T' ""'"- to'l'1"NIfPf "...iW"',"" ..:., .. Yin.A3'b+=l'.Mw'rN++fr.+.W..w.ya i

-al'''-' ,"-,..,..,,"""'- .,- ,.-"'.......-- --

( w1'S k F nrlnwa+qtY{ dfia+r'nnnar rv:..+,n... pe ?+ir: r .

1 1

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1 if J I I -
-- -- --- -- - -
.- I "'--.".... ..-.....,-... ln< ubators. My\ answer Is alwaysthe I Alligator and Rattlesnake Make' Way for Industry

same "Follow the manufac-

qrt't t l 1 Farmers & Farming Q How to you I turers'w'll! Instructions be successful.closely" The and I As Everglades Arc Tamed to Produce' More BagasseThe

fl I RaisePoultry manufacturers of each should
know more about the minute details p O 0 ourp/.NerucLw.AUes .. .rrA.roNNAN '' "
# :> (ny Agricultural Editor) of operating I their machines / NAIL/NO tANF rp r1"/f MLai.4r9w

Its'' .. they make than I do therefore
-- --- ---------
-- Dy Dr. L. D. LeGfar, V. S.
i heir directions should be followed
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited St. Louis, Mo. I
<< Contribute Articles I I closely In every detail
f>..LcGenr l II e graduate. of the Ontario
s I'' of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I II I Veterinary CoHeue. IlI1I1. '1 l blrr".le An incubator Is a real convenience -
I yc.r>of veterinary. practice. / on dlanimof
x To Ue Best Suited to Our Country I !Ilve Mock ami poultry Lminent and a wonderful t'me saver
I I II authority poultry and nock ralilnu. when properly operate! One attendant '- f

I h _-_.- ___ __ _h -.___.___h__ ; Nationally. known poultry breeder will
Noted author and.""Iur.... consume no more
d -_._.. ... Lime caring: for an Incubator containing

.- --- Article XXBI'TIXG \' [ 2,000 eggs than would be
1'I. < & "
necessary to give adequate attention -c 1 "

: TIIK: IIKX: to a dozen hens On the other \ CUT-TV/VO CK roe I 0 b aa
I AT llii: OWN (..AMI hand, because Individual \ ***!. TVVv I a OANLt9FAe ..;.
\ fV *tttOC9 I .
The old Florida Everglades, rendez- ra
ii IlPORTANCEJNSTATE'SFARfflNGLivestock hutches are quite large, cnrelesniiess h'l
vous of the and
alligator tile rattle -
t TncuhiitiifMlicn<< |1'1"1)| Hiind or luck of proper understand I
snake are to the march of
t I Ird I Provide' :Mmiv AdiniitiiK" ng may cause mater:nl losses it
-,------ Drogrcss. ,
d2 looms large on the I both Industries should assume While' Ingayrlu'r| |) : IIlInJlItC111)/ : 8 easy to see therefore, why the I ., The taming of the Everglades has

parts of ( 11"1' Serious I I.OHHJ; .\11'1111111'l | manufacturer's instructions should received fresh impetus through the
t? Florida horizon. more Impoitance In the '
f.tntc's agriculture! of the future. :McllicHl* ArcTlicrcfoic, Ktrciuelj ;:\. be carefully followed In every de- development( of a new $20.000.000 Industry -
Thorp lire two principal reasons Important. tail. literally built on waste
? for this First Is the eradicationof This industry utilizing a material

the cattle lick from a greater: riurs Because an Incubator Is of amore formerly burned or otherwise discarded a t $'
(riiiCKiiHI: .: l 1..11,1.1:1)BY : as a nuisance has become In less '
I ; nd greater: area of I he state. Second or loss mechanical nature. '
that livestock fit More attention Is being "'OJJ l'\1: riI'OUII: than eight years an outstanding fac-
(, is the fact given there Is undoubtedly a tomputloi
tor In the new economic era that '
In well OH an extra cash crop, and 'o dairying In Herrmndo county, to treat It a* If It were almost entirely edema to be opening up for the South I J

and extra cash crops are needed reports from the county agent! Indicate automatic In Its action. A Gainesville.! Kin. Sodium Fluoride With a world-wide demand for Its .. e91 ,tlo,.

now an they ha;l' not been needed The milk Is sold on the good, Incubator will al''ompll"'l1much "' properly applied! to chickens product already established and exports '
; : will\ prevent a lot of trouble from "" h ufa.ola' *Nwiy4 + arm than
to countries -
now us they have not been needed every morning to a distrib with astonishingly little!' attention going more fifty f'wf'' "' '
In some time. Add to this the : utor.' but It must have poultry lice says ,1. n. Watson, a development Involving perhaps ,rIioooO', :: t ...;.S"....... "', :;' J
a '
fact that most classes\ of livestock reasonable entomologist of the Florida: experiment $100.000,000 within tile next few oIi'o,!:..... '. .. :.oo,.;._. ,._....''t........ ..f:.
--- amount of the right kind
Is foreseen
as probable
:* livestock In good More than 1200 diseased plant of station. years y
and products are care If the best possible resultsare : "Bagasse." the fibrous refuse ot
demand now, and It Is easy to believe specimens\ are Bent; to the Agri- to be obtained. Quite often 1 The louse Is a biting Insect and sugar cane from which the Juice has

t that livestock will assumea cultural Experiment Station each have seen an Incubator cbndenmec feeds around the bases of the been pressed formerly cursed us a 1. Conservation has been of timber advanced resources t e ,; '

In year for identification. Many I liar feathers scales and other worthless material Is the base for this
a place of greater Importance o :as a failure when the operator was on refuse through the saving of hundreds of ,
the state's agriculture. Inquiries go in without specimens !- really at fault. Proper attent'oi: matter from the skin othleken. new Industry. millions of feet of lumber annually. M ill ar"h

r That Florida because of its : but It Is always best to send l Is just: us essential In the artificial This pest( lives on the To !Insure new domestic sources ofbaga"ee. '
: liJrge extensions of cane planting -
"; climate has a most favorable grazing I the flJle>c\mell.\ Incubation of eggs: as It Is In any hlcken constantly, explains Mr.Watson. already have been made In Louis- 2. Reclamation has been forwarded I

+ season Is without question. -- other mechanical' operation I : It injuies the chicken lana and thousands of acres of wastelands by the taming; and putting t
During the month of May fur ',hlefly by Irritation It crawls Into cultivation of Immense i uaa.r t; r
f' { That Florida livestock raisers do ;hail therefore Rive! a few po'nt: as In the Florida Everglades have '
4 not take fullest advantage: thett' mirebred Angus bulls 22 purebred era) which I hope may show at I over the skin. Young/ chickens been reclaimed for cane growing Immense areas previously untouched by the .ee.euwoINS'O./r r".. ,!
pigs and seven registered unable dust themselves thoroughly new mills to handle this additional plow. A4a.a.'ons I
cast are to ..
ataigrazing: possibilities like- a\, few of my readers( how to '
production have been Constructed 3. The production of domestic DN"'D' I
Jersey calves rove
were purchased
get better results than have hence they are the chief .
wise Is without question. Roughage they Cana '
: ; both In Louisiana and Flor sugar so important as a safeguard.Oa.OA
larmers In Lon
county G. .
k : is the.cheapest feed, and the reports been able to obtain heretofore. jufferers. ida.( to our national food supply has "RI"
cheapest roughage: Is pasture C. )lodge, county agent. First of all. I want to nay a Sodium flour I (> has been usedIn ) Helps Keep Hoover Cool. received new Impetus. p .. .. o'

Lt grastj It Is possible with little word to those who have not yet this slate with good results It Out of bagasse the former waste 4, Health( and life have been -

i t trouble, to establish pastures In The state health contest", whichIs t'scd Incubators but expect to do may be used alone on the hen or has come a synthetic lumber, commonly conserved through better hygienic slstance to the passage ot heat < \ i I.

Florida which will provide grazing held each year at the short 10. Above all th'ngs! don't select I :.t may be mixed! with Hour to lessen called "Insulating board conditions made possible In sound and dampness As a resin; "
course for 4-11 club girls is the first machine with which has surprised Its producers as homes offices and factories was adopted, almost overnight u i
; for nine months out of twelve. four price as the amount required. It costs
means of Impiovlng the health of well as the public In the number and Life In the northwest where he tawAmerica's standard building material of spi' ..
principal consideration. Poorronstruct'on 50 but such
i about cents pound
Postures, good permanent a
'rk pastures hundreds of girls In the state. variety of uses for which It seems timber resources being depleted value where Insulating qualities M, '
are essential for greatest suc- Many minor operations which almost always goes a small amount Is needed that the adapted. The Danish governmentsends to provide lumber and paper desired. .

tv'wr eew) In either dairying or beef cattle might: otherwise be neglected hand In hand wl\h a too cheap ultimate cost Is very low. It to Iceland to keep Its SubJects for our neWs. Inspired Bror O. Dnhl- Today the $600000 plnnt has 'mi. r.l i
,.., raising.; price and the first saving is soon This dust Is most economically warm. The British government- berg with the Idea of a synthetic lum Increased to one of 910,000,000, lu\ n.
performed every year as a prepaiulon lost times sends It to Nigeria to keep the natives Ing out more than a million feet ,if
Tho beef cattle Industries are many over. applied to fowls by the pinch ber. He decided to try out bagasse,
j s for the contest Secondly I advise getting I ccol. The movies use It to sound as a material which seemed plentiful the product dally. To supply
.t% being helped by the eradication of a ma- method.' A pinch of powder Is
o : .
the studios In which needed, 40.000 ,
proof talking bagasse additional
and which already was assembled In a i
n4$ the Texas fever tick, which Is her M\V r.ssixoKiiHcglnnlng : nt.EUl'U.S: chine that Is plenty large enough dusted on the head one under pictures are made. Refrigerator core large quantities. The first factory for have been put to cane In LOUIPMIKI

f tog wiped out of the United States. for present needs and those of the each wing:, one on each thigh, one are lined with It to keep in the cool this purpose, costing $000,000, was and work Is under nay reclaiming,,,

Florida Is one among the last Sunday, April: 21st Immediate future. One big ma- around the vent, one around the and the roof of the White House In built at Marrero La., In 1021. planting 12 .000 .acres of the Ever-

feeding grounds left tor the tick Seaboard Railway schedules for ch'ne Is cheaper to run and gives breast, and two on the back. Washington Is sheathed with It to glades. i

It #. but this pest Is slowly but systematically Starke were posted as follows better results than two small ones An Important condition in controlling keep out the heat. Expansion Is Rapid. Here where the cane grows as mi", nas
.t :
When milking Definite progress In the solution! of The material produced not only / 18 fact !In a single year, the alligator
eradicated In your purchase,
7f.1n being HoiithboiiinI chicken lice Is to give! the four major national problems has resulted met the usual factors demanded, of Is being crowded out end HIP,
r'; ; this state. Purebred beef sires No. 1--(Local ) 11:19: p. m. therefore take future needs Into fowls abundant opportunity to from the use of thle one-time lumber-strength and resistance to rattlesnake /scotched to provide a I n, w

d I; can be brought In to build up the No. 11--(Local ) 11:23: a. m. consideration. Of course, It would dust themselves, adds Mr.\ Watson, waste" weather-but revealed a surprising re- supply of bagasse-and sugar!
of our beef animals .Retr bo foolish to. buy a machine out
No. 107-(Limited ) 1:19: p. m For this purpose dust airslakedlime ---- -
ter quality animals will command No. 191-(Limited ) 10:34: p. m. of all proportion to your needs. I ashes or any light, dusty I Many fruits, other than citrus tween the states of Georgia and I most fearless and influential i

better prices on the meat mark'ets.Without :Northbound. I have no special preference as material is suitable. Fresh ''fl'ults. are Increasingly providing Florida oer existing\ laws which the trade publications: and i .I i

j having to support the No. 2-(Local) B'3G: a. m. to the brand of Incubators, nor doI slightly damp earth , .

4 rattle tick the dairy cows can do No. 12-Local( ) 3:05: p. m. consider that It makes any dif- scratch or dust should always be Mediterranean fruit fly accordingto their produce over the state so III one like thl 3 n-li/ .

moio to support their owners. No. 108--(Limited( ) 5:41 p. m. ference in results whether' the hot provided for chickens. tho tabulations at Orlando line rests entirely with the state the situation Is serious and i Iii.

k In addition to cheap feeds and "lIInee Ilrniuli, air or hot water type Is used t. __ headquarters of the United States' of Georgia, and Mr. Davis: sug- threatened damage large.

8 tli It-free territory, dairymen of No 101-Leaves Starke 9 a. m. Either If properly tended will I Derailment of :Agriculture Plant gusts that since the Georgia legislature ---5 --- .

L1 Florida need one more thing. Thut No. 102-Arrives Starke 4:40: p. prove entirely! satisfactory. r Quarantine:! and Control Administration -!I Is due to meet this year the Registration for the 1929 summer .

r In a market for surplus dairy products m. Caring for the Incubator Is nota I \vncF FARMGainesville : I'ROGn.\\1: I and the State Plant Board. : law In that state directed at Florida session at the University 'nu.i

pnrt'cularly during the nine Hun MUCH hard task, but It does require attention I. An average/ of ten to twelve newly 1 be repealed. Florida has passed the 1400 morn.
This will to details, good commonSEnse Infested .
cummer. come only Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53a. : properties now Is being according to announcement fioro
k when the supply Is sulTle'ent: to 1 and judgment! The machine Fla. Following la listed: : dally at fly eradication head Under the caption "The Federal Barley W.
m., : 68.p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:58p. : Chandler reglHtru; '''
rP ,}) justify the establishment and operation m should be visited at least three the farm program for station quarters. The bulk of these continue Government's Responsibility More than. 60 per cent of the ->nt,
of creameries and byproduct times a day to be sure that what- WRUF for the week ending July to be found Inside what may' to Florida," The Manufacturer'sRecord dents for .
Southbound-9:37: a. m., 12:07p. : the eight week's foal\ ->
plants. ever source of heat may be used 5. The farm program Is given ev- be called the previously a !certaln- takes an outspoken stand
I m., 4.0111. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. : are women.
> t t: Cheap feeds, tick freedom, and m. Is functioning properly that tem- ery day In the week at 1 p. m. ed area of Infestation. for the compensat'on! of Florida e -

I'r markets for surplus will aid the ,,- -. perature remains constant and The wave length Is 204 meters. trait: glowers by the Federal government Improvement of :Miami's\ haiiim,,

dairy Industry; cheap feeds, tick Government will equip Tampa that conditions generally are asrocoiumended June 29 Agricultural news Attorney General Fred Davis for losses sustained \thru urged.

freedom and better by the manufactur hour. has advised Attorney General Geo. the quarantine the
quality will airport with modern weather forecasting against Med- Winter Garden Munlc! ( i poi)
I aid the beef Industry of Florida; :I apparatus er. July 1 Care of Flowering! M Napier of Georgia! that resl1on-I'' fly. The Record always a champion water and light plant sold 'Itt/.

.\ -- Large hatcheries usually have Bulbs During the Summer, Major sibility\:\ for the of the South, is one of the j Florida Public Service Compain
'H'W, specially! constructed houses or W. L. Floyd, professor of horticulture ,.----

::,; ; : GRAPE-JUICE PIE GAINS cellars for their incubators. Smaller College of Agriculture.July .

I. : operators cannot afford the 2 U. S. D. A. farm talks.

:l J,j ; ._ FAVOR ON NATION'S MENU expense of constructing. such July 3 July Reminders for 14--

L 1.\ quarters and, Indeed do not require Florida Dairymen Hamlin L.

them. An Incubator should! Brown, extension dairyman.

however, be placed in the most favorable July 4 U. S. D. A. radio farm ,

possible possible to secure talks.

best results. The room or cellar July' B Polson'ng the Doll

used should be well ventilated, Weevil In July Paul C. Calhoun '.

but free from draughts, should be Experiment Station. i''

that temperature can .
so arranged ; ----

be kept even at all times, and t. pee.ee..9.Oweee0el.:
must have a goodly amount of

moisture. The temperature where ; Rising :

c_ Incubators are operating should :Miss 1.18Icnue: Cor. .
t (
never fall below 40 degrees; be- .' y li c ,,ill I!" riN I ( i l li ta I ', I II
ti ..ccete.eoeeoeeeeee.eoee r I, I )1 IYII
i tween 50 and 70 degrees Is good, 1 tip l'1l a' I II

k, ? and an unvarying temperature of Mr. and Mrs Marian Reddish 't; -M&4 i ., ;: ft'' ,

\ 60 degrees is Ideal. and family of Lawtey, were guests 'mi (If Ifdl : E
Incubators should never be op- at .the home of !Mr and !Mrs W.

; i ): t c rated In a loom where there are T. Crosby Sunday.<< .

0 +, odor:: of gases such'as come from Mrs. I.. Crawford and th'Idren,

I ,. ew a oils, vegetables; or decaying matter were visiting her parents Mr. and ,,'

.<<#, '. -l"v. :,er t nor dust nor dirt of any kind Mrs.\ (]. '\'. Burney of Starke Saturday -

<\ \ ".h.\.": '..,,,,,h. should be permitted. Baby chicks ', a. MY "JaterAawltuw3Y1.F4S/t.f

l"f( / \ ; i lioiikl never brooded, In an incubator Mr. and Mrs Newn Mott and Qy 'c V. i 5.. istr'v0l' tt" w c. JW.t *,'r

..1f<' ..J( room or cellar. The shellsof ; tfamily of Ilellbronn Springs:! were -- -
.>." ; / I
... .
w eggs; are porous and their contents visiting at the home of Mr. and 1 '' : I uU'
l n1
.l'1 +
BARe.IRA CE"r6qT.OfAIING : s Sa would rapidly absorb odors Mrs.\ K. C. Lewis Sunday .a,. Bl li i + ,,
0 >ti' C.11uN7aa' h rcNa} o
T'E 1'I.'qF""A with harmful results Newn Burney of Starke, was ; Yv
? / ...,.uo.rtu.wswr0 1 U311i: (/ ir 1'Yedti; +I iarvadLtpn
oilICEPlfl W""IfOH(l"" ; An Incubator must be absolutely transacting business In the: section -

.c. level to secure even d.strlbutlon; Saturday.Mr. "

1.' '. IY,' ",': of heat wHhln.: Kye Judgment and Mrs Ernie Johns and A+pctla'r.nr
should not be trusted. Use a spirit family of Ilellbronn attended
\:: i f >)Ibutlpby, DE t UrasarS.
; <,; .: :. :. .,' level and be sure to secure a level church here Sunday. DeD tat t ..tater. ".,
> :!> not from Misses Muriel and Rachlel SIl-
.A y In all directions-- merely
? !\ y. ,
fvont to back or from side to side (.ox spent the week-end with their
...,r,'. IIfI" \\ hen a'.l! details of Installationare cousin, M'ss: Lillian Kelly. siticllCptFd -. -- .M.

completed a good dip and dis- Misses Edna and Thelma Lewis I 1 I ,

infectant should be sprayed Into were visiting Miss\ Mildred Nor- f ( fr.re I ? ,:

.. every portion of the Inside of the man Wateroak Sunday. ii''
v ;i rte: -.aad i
.- machine to kill all disease germs. Mrs J. W. McRae spent Thurs- .t. li i0ot
f ff9tro
7to. //ra.lt+:
Then the machine should be closedup day and Friday with her parents
Thcia'a the apple-ple belt of New I than In any other spot In the world lfand B. Wheeler at
and, operated for a day or two \ Mrs. V. I
England: t And the sweet-potato pie they have evolved II new grapejuiceplea I i
ThS .sector of the South. There's the fa delicious addition to the rapid at about 102 1-2 degrees before I. Starke.
vored custard pie of the North--end ly-enlarging pie-lore of the nation EggS are plated In It. The next Remember li. Y P. U. Everybody I ',,1

the famous "deep-dish" fruit pie of This Is the Welch's Grape Juice Pie step la to get the temperature up come. YIiLS7 F P4AIJ SF..COAD, F-Loon.Pl..AjJ

t.t the middle west I I recipe; evolved In western New York: to the point recommended by the --e 'I/LiLrL!F '''- h
h By their pies ye shall know them I state and tested at the Welch laboratory manufacturer and regulate the I e--x-v-s ii
With 11 business men of Tampa ,\ DKSKJX: I
'9 ; You can tell Just where you are in You'll flnd It worthy to take lu AI.OMJCLASSIC used. squaarree'making 'In
thermostat so It will keep the for econom>
enrolled for flying Instructionat I
the United States, II\is:
) gecgraphlrally place among the geographical" and 'The house shown herewith Is
y Speaking If you know your pies. gastronomic landmarks of our national temperature constant. the Tampa municipal airport (food example of this a construction.A "'
a i The dessert pie Is a characterlstlr menu Any Incubator will be accompanied I and six of them owning their own (By R. C. Hunter & Rro. Archts., The plain type. cellar Is provided under 'he "

f J t' national dish-favorite of men from Writ'It's Grape Juice Pie. by detailed Instructions for planes, the seriousness with which New York.) stucco walls classic! entire house where Is located! 'the
coast to coast-and yet a New England operating, maintaining heat regu- doorway and cornice, and tile roof; heater, coal bn: laundry ell '
1 1'I
2 cups grape-Juice 1 tsp. butter Tampa Is sprouting wings and The dignity that a formal house all result in u
apple pie ia stranger to a Southern an appropriate feet
k t Yam pie and the "open-faces" 1 cup sugar 3 egg yolks lating the source of heat, what planning to use them In a com- offers Is favored by many. The harmonious and This house measures fifty
r % flour heat and moisture to maintain at design. The wrought front designed, to .
cup over all and Is
mercial way Is becoming apparent, classic
denote an entirely different lineage style as applied to house Iron railing In
from the criss-crosses, and the "closedtops. Heat Juice In double boiler. Silt various stages, and all other de- Three business men enrolled for design bespeaks the home of a first window front of the large occupy the full width of the lob< 'I,.yh

." and add dry Ingredient, add butter tails of'Ieraton.! It Is not neces- complete courses at the McMullen gentleman. The story lends Interest. the gate piers being set on (p; Now come a contribution to the and beaten egg yolks. Let mixture walk and driveway: gatesat line side.
flying: school last week each one When property on each
S I' I properly carried out this
; pies ot the nation-from Westneld. boll thirty minute until It thicken. -I either side of the house tend sod
stating he expected to purchase of Complete working plans
aj!I type house shows
i t New York center of the Concord Put the mixture Into baked pie shell; I,' refinement in to broaden the front and they add maybe Ier
ceive hundreds of letter from
peo- after he learned to specifications of this house
had '
plane fly
;y; r drape Industry of the world. Here cover with meringue made from three I' every detail. The proportions of greatly to the effect
where more Concord grape are raised effg-'\'hlies; brown lightly !La hot oven pie all over the United States asking and use It In connection with his I the house must of course be'good, In plan the obtained far a nominal sum ml.r
how they should arrangement Is from Fear
operate their business. and suitable materials the building editor
-- must be
I I l'I I, compact, the home, Is nearly to house

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'is i \oriCDOP IMMI(' ,TIOFOII$ I fin, it I i'uilt v 11..1.1.,. .1 I 1".1) : NO'I'It't-: ". .I Ml Kill Mill 1.-
as the day*,' go by The pastor' and transacting: businebg in our litv: 'l..' t 1)1.:1): I ll" |1),1', 'iii.s 1.CII': >nSealtd -:\'r

I his family wishes to thank thest lust Monday. I 1.1 f I Itlom I 'i iKdna : ,
II ". pi'ipoHui N I will bf t < iK'tlIn I 5
I good people) for their kind re FlcMorris filled his regular! :Not: hi' Ix t..h i l )' 1(1\11. 'Ilia I II r\ : H ThimiRH 1 anil In'i luixlmnd, I in,.' Hi'nrd if It mil 'ri'itti'i'c. of i I.! I ;

I mc'inbrunce and liberal donation. a I:pot lit nieuit at the Baptist church Culinhol: I .|i-i. of Ttax "" ,'l'If"'I." i:. M:l. ThoniHM.liefpiidnntn: : : city' if Staike. Floilda, fith, unti utllltleM 2 ,- u 1 \

... fith of July A. I'. I I2I.! clock p. m on July .
--- last Sunday morning and even'ng.Mrs. N Till, day Ct iM I>IJM NATION I eiiulpmont I llHtetl tielo\v The S

riii-siivTiiti\x: : of Alachutr.county ban ntt-cl Maid! certificate my titTlccanil City Pond Trustees. will at that time
J. 11. Kennard imi N
visited friends and relatives I lu.u.. tln-rcon t I In t m'corctnno* with IV :till HA VINO LI l.Y'urr.nRI sutimbtteul.

Thy word i is a lamP ""''o "*? feet aalight' unto my path---Psalm 119105.I : 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M.\ here last Sunday. IHW Huld uTtlltcHte, \ nbracM Hltuateil the "i'uii': I.'( I'.I.oW ISO l > ': 1 .omllet. unit to Kenernte nppioxlmntely ..
followlnic dam rllifxl property I'HUI'UUTV MITfATU. I SI) K.V.. of eleitrlinlenetiry. '
Truby stipt. it Faver and family. of In liradford iMiunty. Florida, t... lintVCt IV :r.llADKDKIl 2300 ur-
Uv. n !. AM> IIH three phase. v.1
;;;1'1'rJDnr % nfjiijitr. All religious! teaching, doctrine or ser Mrs Faver's wilt: Slots ( FIAlt1IA: rent and to tie operated 'rudwoil '
W" 1 1.1.- creed, if they are to have any damUnOT 11 a. m Morning worship Jacksonville, visited \ r 6 7 8 of ntot-k Zii Ward, City, ('oLSTV.. lux HI t 11'V..I I line I ofNorthttOHt I Internal en"h".lol enftlne '

loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with mon by the pastor "Bread from Parents Mr. and Mrs O Haynes. !*et't!Ion 8. Township 7, Mouth lUuine ".. irtIieasttIiuilIt A cei.titled I'h.'k per cent oftn
the love, of KlBttUimd' .
20 r.ust.Th | iii' In enter amount accompany each bitiitiad \ ,
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice Heaven. Mrs. K: Hedd of Gultieoville, was .. aHHennment' of .Hulil property S'nmbvr 4H IIH now ust'stabllshod nnd p iui'e "hli the Hoard of HundTrusteed "

the tl1l' human heart, and of whom It was Bald In John 7:46: "NEVER MANPHm 7p.m. Christian Kndeavor. the guest of Mrs. P. II. Hunt last ittidei the "hi| | ot>rtlflcnt<* iMKUed. was. hard rfati'it. and Min City. I.of Starke. }'lorM. i '.." ,
o f LIKE THIS MAN." "Heroes for Christ." In i hi" name of t'nknown. North( 33 feet, (lien. l "' 'h"'I'1 ns KUHiHntfP. of rood faith on \ (. "
0" .u._ Topic Sunday. t'nlpMM ",.1.1 r.rtltlrat. hall l>e reili'cmml pnrilllet with sattl State I liond Ni. part. of the bidder '

crucified Au- turn to Jerusalem and the rebuilding 8 p. m. Evening worship ser B. llayites. and family Winter. I in.cot..11 i n ic to law. tax itvnilwill U21 r..t. mol' or IPSH.. I. tl t Kit; U'I The bimrd of bond trustee re- :'' 1 \ I' .1,
1 II \i was Jesus and visiting Mr. 1 lay ties' IHHIIO. t thereon on t the 29th day ofJuly. I 1110 I Ir CII N..thw. 1 q|1111"1 the right to leject any or all ;
of the mon song. Haven are It. 111211"t : o.t t heiiKt < tiattpr theme .r\.ul
Matt. 27 : 26-38. temple which laterocuru'ed. A. | S
, ud-- Prayer meeting every Wednesday Mr anti Mrs. O llaynes. t>ql..tj l this j4th| day of June A. teet I. iiM\ter, of siild Itoad :. LId. J T. QUIflMSY, itl
.\.X rouVl
? ..IIST: : roilM<- D. 1929.!) thvllie WeHtellv' bug I the Iloji i'd of Bund. .c
( ('IIIU T Then Jeremiah called the people evening at 8 o'clock. !Mr.\ Hay ties Is assistant postmaster (1. "'. AU1IKU.M: \X, Jll of said rusail I ininilmi' ,. 4M to ". n'l (hllrman., of ISlarke, Fla 'I .; .
A cordial Invitation! to all our Winter Haven and always Clitlk of rirrull .'utlr, ,. Hrn.JfoiilSpill I'l'hmlnl I I In Section 2 7, 1'." 1ru. .. ( i \ :
19:16.17. 20, 21. And to individual]( repentance) and at 22 HiiHt, shut 'TTHH1 oV\J!
''IIH'W, : vacation at (! \) (CViiintv u"litdi.Ut' UIIM' C. Cl..k. O-H-6t-1-1 :
and said unto obedience At God's command he services extended to all. spends his summer ; ULiAXrili': At.DKKMAV: InK I Mil'Ip .r 1"1.1 81 feel ""I. lU'JCl. ;,,1 II ;'
hph"I.' ,' : i one came where he was born and -28-Bt-7-S6 tcilIty> | floik( Ninth" 1 and, South l.l-'O'. feet 1.1. f!\, \
( :ood Master, what good said "If ye thoroughly amend 'JIIUSTJ\\i: ('Ul'IU" I Hampton, inoip or IPBN. Hast; and Wpnt.on 'o'iI'tl J, t u ,i ij ::
111111 have and doings leared.Miss. anil cutch of Y"I. ale rc- C ,' j l.a II
that I I your ways your
-ball I do of Brooker was iinlreil I tin and appenr In C'li-i'ultContl liraclford County, 'f : !
'hili" .
) Court
.. life? 17. And lie said unto I execute judgment oppress not Iris Brown '(Es I('ll 'Ml "'0"11l'TOII'4 ( nf 'b" 2Ulh .11.lh'I..1 I ('ii','ult tlrell ; .1. :.;'f
,'1, ,I .d i Bible School and (communion of Miss' Ialhr'n'east of Kloildu, I In nnd ., llradfmdeonnly "I"rhl. S ;\
\ good? the stranger; the fatherless and the guest! r. 'ti f. Ii "
thou me
why callest 10 rpcel\cd l h I July i7th! A. I n. liij'l( InHhow !
!II IrII services each Lord's Day) 'at Spill"')! )blilM will IM > on Complainant, 5 :
none good but one that (the widow shed not Innocent ]List Sat nrday. HIP ('It V Council Slat'kn, l"Irt.Is.I \hat! : Interest von vn 'J ,{ f

'I 1' I I' I i- wilt I: enter blood neither walk after other o'clock. Mrs J. T Thomas and children) until I Ilinlit I ,.' '' 'krP: in ''f.IiiIy Kith: alxivv i distillled; I : piopetty: Illlwvh..I\ A. H. rlnnairnn, of al ,:

",(d but if thou Church services morning and Loiene: of Valdosta' A. I n., 1'12't! nt tIt City( Hall and, at ("Aiisivh\' Maid. ( pioppitv' "h.ul.1 .( lu-fendants d
) the commandments. goods; < ) S S then will I cause you to herbert and said Him I anil place I I"hlldy I I 1> 111"1 fit UN,.. and pniumcN Set nppvarliiK by 'am.lhl filed In '1
1'" I 'i '. keep saith unto him. dwell In the land that I gaveto evening of the first Sunday In vlnlted !Mrs. Thomas' parents !\\Ir'l,ithn xniiii. .. for Ki-ndhiK., I I'avlnir, I run. II I'etltlini or 1111111 I of Hnlt t Ih 1 nbove eause, \\ to pniiltlon I- I ,"I(
i ," voting man each month by the pastor, Bro. IlayneaMrs. and irtitliir* on, ('alI ntippt. fiom 1"1 Ti nstees of I Iliadford I County, ) 1.1" the herein lies,'i ibpd lands, thn '
'. ,' things have I ]kept from your fathers." and Mrs.\ O California' Internet. 'lion ,if "rail mid May ', ". I 10.1) loipoiate'' t ondenin A. 1 If. 1'I.nIKRI. Hidle 1.'laKln. <0.i iJ S .1
1 I ? We then told that God's DIxon of Jacksonville. HulcU I Taylor] of I to t tic I lattTHvi i 'I Ion of ('nil I I nnil nn.l Iii II'n..t. I v foi public( 1'tI1lln: 11.1 M.onl 1. "nil gucli. d<" "'
,,'nth' up; what lack yet are J. :N 0. Uutledge.Mrs II nC" Mtrpt'tH; Otanir., Htieet tri iineH. ol: tdsi' be: hlrl!; of nil rlicltt.: .. "11'h .11.1'1. of Htnt. S '.
p' Bald unto him. If thou laws mu'st be written in our la visiting! her son .h..h".II"n' of (Ireneanti ('1111') tltlp and InlciiKt: and; to ,itiiJi' other than I ,h" .r 1'10.11., that '_ -: ,,
I siis it.\PTISTSunday : \Veathernby of Pom- Ion of ( > pi opprl, the add of A. II. .' nnd 4 :
them. 1 J. BtrecfH to the intersect t r.IIMe i ess "
!I I.,' perfect KO and sell thatI hearts. If we are to obey this week at the Illlll AllllllHoll, et ri'i'tt; I ltllHtieet \, Tills) not Ii'" .shall I I he published. I InUiadford I Kadlp t.'iiiniiiiii' 1 P. lloiilfMeottsvlllp : ,11",
\ and give to the poor Cod said "I w.II make a new covenant pano. Is' spending flout the ) of Ha\' I I'nullv 'TeleffrHph a nmvHpnper I I Pluto of VhKlnln. I.- ': ,
J. F.
I LI',, !imni 1 with the house of Israel school at 10 a. m. bedside of her mother Mrs.\ S. A.: and I I full I I HtiPPtH, Inl".t..n t t Ih. I I .'<.lionof l'ull"h..1 II Ih'l"to"II" loiint y, tIt (thp nddtpss of ll. J. FlnnnKan ,'
shall have treasure Ini'.I" for ,' Maud FlMiiaMran, Is II F. ; ,'
,lid, t him, Kk-kilter, supt. 111Mn I Uny am] MadlKon I Httpetn, 1 tiicliuiIIIK 1'lorhll. em \ ",( flu .
and follow me, and Judah I will I put my 8 Saxon who Is very all) iit'u'st'ttiiiis: :on all of the; .. "( weeksWltnHtt P. Koiiti fiom .Ci.lumhla, suite ..r .' ,,'., S.i
and come Worship at 11 a. m. and p. m. of South that thi- eaeh have an In- ,
n 10 11 Saxtoit above Htioetn.The t i mv hand nnd otll"'lal I seal.12 \.i" 11110: > t "
I 1,0,1, I':: 0 Lord before we call- law into their Inward pints and Junior B. Y. P. U. leader, Mrs > guest of her: moth- total 'u Miiant t t It t les on wliltli |.oPI this : ml day of June, J1.l I III2! tpl.. those 1..tall1. l"nc. lyIng u : I
the .
answer us and write it Into their hearts; and I Florida, Is >HHIH HIP .I eat ccii nre, an (followM: ((1. W. AI."I'II\S.: nnd belnK In Ir".H'.1 .unty. 1.'I.r- I ,, '
Thou, ) dldat Raymond will meet at 7 p. m. ida, deniilbed, I ut| !: ,
Ii, Dyul.Mr. > Clot U I I u N.rtbel..t
Thomas I dock 1111
!Mrs I t ( sit u'I 01"1. B"lll "
shall el, m C1''ui .'
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Thou will\) be their God and they 11.I'.III.rl'IIM. ,
Northwest "
speaking. "'r ifuattpr
were yet 8 in.Wed who ) Sitndaxphalt (i' > Heul ) Kliirlila.IvNHIIIT lr
,,dill,! W Mid-week service at p. Mrs. it!. C. Sweeney I 111' t tl"'llm'I' 10'k-II"I.h"l. I'.II'Y. N'oith Six !
1 and & 'liuke. Kin. enst quarter' t the t aerenof \ "r "
'i' I
be my people. I I I ii ( I t'.n..tf withIntPKriil lsI411'r. anc
,,111'1, hear nesday. been visiting Mr\ Sweeney'slelatlves curl,, vltilfled .) Attorneys 1'.Ullln..,' Went half Northeast quarter ofNoithenst .1' !\ '
show have] ''I
.-. The renia:nlng lessons .. quarter. itertlon Twenty- ,
m' returned It-2 S-t't-;-25
Cod's approval of the Hechabltes himin: : .vr I'K.NM.Y V : i'.It3lgSunlay : : 11Paris., ]Ky Friday.. I I:.1141 i'ii u i'1 li HquiiiP and MIII'vatdH.ter. 2704 lln ft.KxcMViitliin. two (ll Twenty-two). Township::I c111X) ';'. HoutliItaiifre S :' '"

I their home here last : I44i i-ii yanlH! 1'1 ''t
who told the prophet, "We will to That they en 'h ni twentyone 1
SVIIH)1i Colley and Mr. C. L. ('iittll I liilMin.S iMinipletv Wil I 4'NIV:\ drink no wine" and were not June 30th is Loyalty Mrs. J. It. Harper) and 1011'et' 1,11', US lln. feet 1 Min. person y..r. In the state of Florida .\ \. t ,,,1

J.KttSOX: : ashamed' to declare their princi Houser, Mrs. C. K. I I r>i'k done I\1..Ur't.I". In ('1"11 Courlh Twpnty-Slxth known to romplahiant, the nervier i ';
I Sunday and there will be a special Mosley were business with I the rtliiiiH, I II"u'u..t ii, Kent'ialpiovlxloiiM .1 U tt ii'I I .I t of 1'111'11. I. nnd of a subpoena upon whom would I \ '
Clyde W
pIes. service' for the occasion' In the Miss Hpeclal I pri>\'iMloiix, np' for Ih."lrore ""ii I)'. hind either of the .snld / I .j
We also told of the final visitors to Jacksonville.\ t'I llialloiiH( t Ii nit 1'1..1., I niul nowon 1111'11 I 10nll l '1"1.1"1 nf Ii,'iu.1- IT is :' 0.11':11:1.: < S f', S ii. '
) 1D2HSubject. are chapel] at Penney Farms at 4 p. visited lll It. In the ( H In Mil ike TII''I'oHI,, \
"'os' .1 ii m- :JO. L. Sullivan of ThereBHa l1"'k' .Ik" ( 01'1Y. ', body 1h..t A. I. 111 1.\.11. 'j' 1'"d
A. ;
of Quarter's destruction' of Jerusalem and the m. The speaker) of the occasion Josephine, 1'liiiltt. */11>1'01.t c)I. FlaniCKaii ant IMaudFlitnavnn < I ,'.' '1.
:, : Review of Judah. his mother Mrs. E..h bid I iiiimt IIP 1.ml"lh',1| i bv I'pt It loner.J.IIDPH nnld .lpn"lanl.. do nnd '" ;' \ ,,f
tsrtonApril, May and June. captivity will be Rev. Lincoln McConnell a "ert| 1 I tkil ,'hei'k or hhld'r. ,". v". 'they)' each ar' her" ,'l>v rtnlqrpd to ap- ::1.t i '
make review Then: In the last lesson westudied of the First Baptist church of SaIl:va ii. made pn>alile. t to II I'ltv of !-II'II., Hoinnhv I I andlfp I 1'.1 1. I thp bill of iiimplalnt tiled In ". :
li is difficult to a Tsalm of Pra'se: and _-.-- for Klvt* |i >i i ,' of th. Hnioiintbid riorenep I boili, shy. pause on ol, hefore Monday the : S. 4
the I
Interesting. There is too Jacksonville lany of our Staikepeople $200,000 build- I KM exhlenip I of !wriioil faith I I mid. IIMit I OefpiidantH.Cll.MMJMVATIO.V. :Fhxf, dnv: of .Inlv. A. H, liU'l.\: :
,'SKUII( words Cod's words! "110. every one that no doubt, will be glad of Vera Beach fcnariintee I that I If awarded, I the : llradfind eountv' Fhiniha.-rt Ii.' WI:1'
'I\'h\ 10 discuss in too few In progress here. out I ml tin t bidder will I I I exeinte I Hit* Nil lee the alleicatlolis of said I bill ;' j
the watel'll.'lnd ,
this quarter we have stud- thlrsteth. come ye to the( opportunity of attending this' ng program Conhtructlou con- inriiiff he that hath no money" ; and Tallahassee] The right IH ienii\vd to I.j.Iny l\ Oil II'BOSI : 1'1'0 IT IS FOlTHmt ln n. that 'I
books of Isaiah! and Jere- service. Florida during ; I.I'NI this notice be published I I oni-e a weekfor ,:
"Mi ,Hi' let him take the tTn4'tetfor\ In State of and nil UlilxI'latiH TIIK: I-'IH.I.CI\\ i\ti 1 1 11':1'1111':1': .
concerning the "Whosoever will 1 I m 1"III'nllon"I mn y u lie PIIOPIJIITY I,' :, I four ronseiuthe t I wec-ks I In thoItiadfoid S
: I
mli piophesylng Judah water of life freely." lTKV 31 l i111lIST: April totaled $5.317,300.) seen lit I Inc h. olh' lr I h. (Mel'k IHIISlI: ; 1 IN HltAUKdltll( I ('(ii iiutv i I ''ul"lrllh. nt '41' .

!.h..., imtlvlty. and ruin of --- Foil Pierce SumUe Lumber"t and 1 ,'lonleH llY be olita iutt'.i for.' Tendoll.xiH. \SI( I it ; itt ii ,1'1 ke I Floi" \ ,'lll.1':1':1:1) i t' 5.u'
VI'Yt4 I -- l'OII'Y. 1"IOll"1'0111"111 : I sesl' of this "- "rl. its .etttii
ml liTUHalem.' Isaiah was' prolilii I Sunday school 10 a. m, R. R.Thede : Supply Company erecting of- C. R : II \V t'ct I line I .r I of I U, W. Alderman, js s
greatest of the prophli IIIIIU-TI: TO :MiMvnuIlev. : building In 101"I.n.Chll'lun.. t .. "II..t, 1 of Null h""HI"u"'I.I' (' I.II.,. Couit: : this I the Itsth clay I of u
I he BUIt.PI'eudllng. rlca and warehouse aa .r 'tin' 1'lllelHUP .
May A. It. 1t)2)
A. ] (
Ills name means "Jehovah 11 a. m. .t"r'I.l1'I'k. of State lload Minilipr' 4K IIM now Cl \\'. AUf2llMAV| ::5iriu:
of I2noh; \ Marvin ]Hooks who this place. I,,In nut t and liii nit sntfiiied. nnd 1'11 Ciffli-lnl. Senl"\! Clvik Clnult CourtA
the son (
iith, saved' he was Jun:or League, 7 p. m. Tampa's alrpol.t1)llI'OV\ (>I], 6-2-31'7-\ thenep Hasleltv' and paillllellth' "t t' :WH. S SSo1lttoi' S
lived at Jerusalem, was has thfully: and efficiently served Pleaching 8 m. completed for erection of fiild Slut.. Uond 111..1. 4 I to HIP 11
,\nlill of of the Sl.arke! Methodist p. Plaits] \ NOIICIl KilKt: line, of snld i ipiuitni| | .'i' l'OIIJIIIII't. 9.
',11.. a to some! of the kings as pastor Saxon 3 p.' m, on the 2nd and St. Andrew's Kpiscopal; chinch III of Noithenst MIIIIiti'i. '., I ihemiNorth, lal-51-1- '
educated, church for the past four liuiiof said Northpiistfilial '
snld Mast:
ulah was h'ghly full time thata 41 4 t h Sunday. ]Luke Worth.Lake li Clniiir Conit, TwrnlyRlxtli.IndUlal ( I .1 I 'i tor. of N'ottheast' iiunrtPi u (Ill.i \ ::(t'b'lt'It: or ti.1 I' ,ii hut tNI.M M III 0'

,tiuliU as a ])r'est of the temple: conference years the Stereopticon 1 views \Illustrated City's sewer system", to ho '.l I Clnult of I'loi'Ida, In and, feet, thi'iii" \\eHlpilv' and pnittllel I .

I during the reigns of minister Is permitted to I remain '. 8 o'clock. for I 11'I.H..1 I i'omits'. with snld :: .'" 4I I -
i miinlrt 4oligs Sunday night at extended. Moil I Tl'l' Tllitoen( of 1 tliail-tI 11"11 \n'll:111.. 1'
: to thn I "* HI Notice IH lu'uhv' n I that thlitydaH
kings, warning and advls- In one place has been liansferredto These night/ services are a special omiiliie\f Voillittiiut', .iiiiil..;... Ihi.itouEolith '. I vfter date, I,."Iv.. ..V on ti-\\u... ; '

directed by the Alachua much to (lie sorrow of afford to I ;;i ; ; ; \\Vnl; i thin ;of Noilh-, the 1st,;day of, July. l'12'i', I '111" nndprslKned -
,. I horn" as I.ord'i fen tit re and you cannot _f ", 'J" :'j "'itst .oii."I,. of list iiuaiterfill I KII'r.11 n for 1'HI'I1: I A I utleu't
the lends of the In N'I. '
martyr's many family Jt'
I pi Himlly "died a miss any of them. r.,1 to thp .r i'ominellrenipnl I ansi. 1' Ih, i'ilt S
King our city As a testimonial of the ,"Elli of laud Ail. feet npply to the I Innul nlilicluo, A (liildlliel '- "
asunder and cordially 1 ii .t : : : S
welcome :
awn All are 1.111 :: i ,
i in flOW w O Pk-tyT ftpt, *, oiinly, Juiltfp of Inndfoldeonnly
wide and' South. and : '
vision. oft k ndly regard in which\ he is heldIn 121 tu'1'.
'I Isaiah had a invited to attend. moii, or, less, IOIIK Kasl: ItHI \\ .>st Floililn" for an older to a1 1

lie Bald "I heard a voice this community. not only us the R. E. Stars Pastor. I tn I Ihe Nmtlieast itiHrter| t Nun, Ii- nt 1..1'11. ,"I. I the one-sixth' iniill-. e'' ', t
I I \' "'aehl of said hut iii' aIn
past 1)11111) "i't"'' of Set t loll 27, Tl"\\'ii- ,
and ,
send popular pastor of a splendid) dtsiilliiillands
I .
\Vhom shall BRKDG.E ni.d 'to the S
I 22 JIast: unit r.I.Jvlul
i I. UK shlp" I 1
IIM will go for us? Then said I, church h hut also as a public sph'iteddtlzen csooniiti, ) is: 1'OItih'I'Aht'FiG I'll,hii' I('I f.u'h.I.II1Kf', Numliei" 1M.I lylnir, 11,1 1111; H.lol'tcOlntv. s
] In union meeting of the \tllMSTiil:\ I : 'I '- I \\HKKKKnllK.' : \ :; You' and etu 1"I"'lll.Still heiist ofSoiithwnst I, t 'P
He was a volunteer a : :; :; : I :b :and, : : 1 I.t..td
ml me. von ,ale leitiilieu I to I.'r. : :iiuaiter; 8,.otlon I I (: .
various churches of the city wag Court ,.r, t tbe 2llh( I
928-29 '
.1'-! armylliiii : I y' In I tin* l'I"11 Tuwnshlp (6)), South' Uttntce (2)j") S
Ileze- held : the Methodist church Sunday cen' dltlal ( of 1"lnlhl... In and south ,six acres, snld '
learned how King n At the tegular/ coinmuncatlon 1"11 past, """ "I'tlh.
: we Wynne F iali tried to lead the people of I evening under the auspices of Bradford Lodge Nt). 35. V & A. : .Ir".rlre Ily. 1. 1>. 11121 I to "how'hlt Intel &1".1.. I'.ntllnlnl. .I S

uduli back to God. Ills] father' the Ministerial Association. This M., held Monday the lodge; passedthe Author of .PRAaTICAL AUCTION .!rDC'' l'v.ipi'li.v,est YOI nnd have to I In"h.w ahovu" .1'I'lh..1. ''hl. Slat dav: of I Mnv', Al.lllinT.in2MAKllllirt ->. e tt I r

Introduced Idolworship m etlng was well attended in spite following resolution expressIng _- mild propel i .I ly .lion lit not IIP I 111"1 Cliiarcllan. 14 u u5 ,

ad The al- of threatening skies, thus g.vlng: the removal of Rev. for UHPH and pin, POSPH set! r..1 1-31.lt-Q-28. ---- .-- I''
Kingdom. regret
inniKhout 1928 by Jr Petition. lit of .liond TrilHl pexof .
i'1-ecteil to Idols]>' were destroy- visible' evidence of the esteem In K. M. Rooks from Starke to Ala COlIht 1oyle. Itindfoid" 1.11..1 I 1''Y. 1"lor"ll. a Imdvorpin :0'1'U'1.1 or 5l'i''t, tl.M tSl ':u-t P v

1 ii K t m)" llezek'ah and he re-estab- which Uev. Hooks and family me chua : ARTICLE No.3 <' '$ '"te,fur I to public eondemii puipnHps IIHI, 1.1, ,or.* Hit ni 111.rol'.I'ly .1 fi

he worship of Jehovah, and held by' the people of our city.loctor Ilio. K. M. Rooks ; l h" iintied of sib "IIll. tit In nnd, In- Not Its hei'cbv given that under' ,S V
( i of Israel and Lowry minister of the Florida. Every once in p while gompbodv gets an idea that he hAS a problem thn* "o tCreit In and, 1 'to property.( suit bv virtue of flint Html deci. of
illi-il all the people Starke that it "si irk' the editor This iiotlee. shall be ,.III..h., Inthe f''rs't'liisiiirsiiitil, May 24th A\ '
Jerusalem to keep the Presbyterian church was the first Dear Bro. Hooks: oils can salve and sends it in, hoping| against hO"'t wil that th.' solution Iliadfoid I( County I 'ro C"IIh." nnewspnppr 112! hv I lonlrlul. ,\. X, S
t lud.ih to and is good one, but we are glad say I In nnd foiiiiulford '
latent it a I i limit
Here is the pnbllNlittd I In "" Juiih ire of t 1
: tributeto 11'1\
and he ald has
fitting time
congregaii speaker 1> that the ar-
the We .
"AH regret
,-*..VI'r feast. not impossible: County t 1"I.rl.ll. once week for I ,'nlily.I Floilda, I In t that
.Iticlah with the priests and Hev. ]Hooks for his work in the lived 1 when It Is necensary for you was four ti,ii....I.ullv.i i weeks.HnosH 1. u'mP) I lulu I muse wherpln I I llradfordCounty ', "i I,

"I out of church and the community wheie location However 1 (carts 9. 6, 5, 3,2 \\, lily 1\1,1 and oftlilal I sial llnnU, Is roini>liilniint and e. .
1"MI-> 94. and came to change your this 22nd day rr ,Iun. \ I'. in2'l.II. T. l.n\vhorne. sliiKle e his:' .1.J I. K. Hidenoui ( I
the strangers re- hIs! conduct was at alt times that the pleasant memories of association Clubs none W. AUliilMAV.f'lilk iare ilefeiulnntH: \: I I Ihe underslL, u A
"n I and eel ,'Inl I will .sell to thohlKhest .
llnuiroldCopy ,
Diamonds-A. f I ns spe
I l.'ourt.
the time of of the perfect Christian gentleman with for the past four l'I''ul 11"1. ", ,
rash at
for ,
ii l", (il I for since you 8 7 S 3 ( Seall I I Coiinlv.I Florida I,I I and e r S
,iiomon. there was not the that his home life was idealas )ears, will be a source of relief hearts-A d 1 Spades Hearts K, T. 10, R, 7 KNIUHT' A K.N'KtIIT. Hliukr' FluAttoinevH / the south Ilinclford door" ,of""the lotirthouse l"hiit'iJi, "In I
Petitioner I HI.rk. "lty. 1
wife and ch:Idren did their .
his I
Jerusalem. duilng! our separation. Y : "y t the Fuel .r July A. ,
k k. : Cubl9.7.6,4,3.2liamonts5.
n Clubs
Q -51-7-2f ,
of In that made day and all our tjS 1-2 : duiliiK, the leiriil I houiH" of sill -. j
in the 52 and 53 Chapters part. a way every \Vlth, all good cheer 1 : A n : 1\211.the pin'.pose of snlddpi .25 '

ami that( prophet foretold the "a perfect day." hopes for prosperous future InOlll' Spade-, 9. 6, 4 : Z : Spadcn 2 I 'srrttim .ree, those "Hitaln Hall.rylnM., It.1 I- 'tI '

the seraii' Hev. L. W. Kickllter, the oldest field of endeavors the InK and beliiMT' In I llamptoil' 1"ld-" ;,f' S

'Hi UK of Jehovah.Jesus Christ The as followingu Baptist", pieacher In the state. I! :>cntlie new lodge joins us I assuring. ; Hearts nona. In <'It cult ('ou ait,',, Tw.uiy-l I In xl huh hi f01 OIK':d county( I ), 'f'Wo 1";:tar((2)(Ida).",Three dcstilhed((3) Pour; '.' '
'of 10. $ Tiidlrlal l I Circuit Florida ct of .' ,tu5 4
((5) and MX ( (II ii
mere sketch! of chaplain general of the United you that we will'always be glad to Cub-A. 9 S 7,6,2 for, Ittadfotd,I County.Hoard f (41 Five ) of the of :1.k '
aions give a niolOUII-, ." (IK I ) I ''I\I _ _
and rented veterans, of the Confederacy followed visit us whenever pos of I l.nd 'I''I'u.p.1 nt II.t., ,I I I. llnsey'fi: jf
despised have 'ou 1"I..rhll. 'nl'I.1
i I' ltu' >n; "lIe Is and speaking W&I Spaties-AKQJ ,.I ::,' I <., a body sin, .vey, exipt! .t".1 part of snld ..i _ _
sorrows Dr. Lowry. .
of men : a man of "i 'u.n. ; 'I. that .x..n" wct<. ri'.int a lineOnp '" I .j _ _
with grief.Vhen from his years of experience In Fraternally yours No Z dealt bid one (five of spades, winning the trick in Z's : 1.llon.r. hundred ti'u't west from tho east ';'i jJ'\';''
score, game. 4 l\
nd\ nvtiualnted/ frat Z should end, nt cull lots beIng In Section ., ,
iiwent Into the garden of the m'nliitery he pictured( In well ""Pdford Lodge No. 35 F. & > spade and paused. K A opened the hand with tho jack. in now lear F. r. Flume and his wife Hurl, Nineteen ( (III ). Township f..V"1 ((7)). I\. :"

up 26:38): chosen words the Intrinsic valueof king 01 clubs, H it possible for Z to the ten of clubs and trump V'shfodwith Fluinw. South, JtanKe, Twenty-two Hast.U 1 j } 1 _
ethsemane to pray (Matt. M I slam cle- the seven of spades. V should now I >pfpiidfintH.Cii.M 1 H. KNKillT, (" p t i _
laid "My soul Is exceeding sor- a man and minister of the sterling P. S. McMillan, W M. make a grand; against any read the lead the right of Bpadcs and win cbs >KM: NATION ftneplnl, I Mimtvr In Chancery. s't.
t before ,
? Try out you
% '
.wful even unto death." !: quality of Rev. Hooks to any C. A. Futch Secretary. tense solut ion. trick, n Z's linixl with the queen. / lj, r'IINt 1 )NH ill I iNTKUi* ,
especially when he had .-- tsliotilil now lead the ace and lung of 101 I.IIINS TIIR < $ t t
I Isttlnh In, 53rd Cnapterho community The Grand Slam can tX ll \ISI I''IN -3t-lt-6-2 I
says and Tll"KS I Slltion discard the "pa.les, discarding fro.n V's hand the I.IIIWISI, I I-U'HIIMM" : : PUCIP- ._----- ,, .. '
? and efficient partner should
report active Z -
\ hath believed our .an ." : :. ,I.YIMJ A.Vt)
of the fine children to keep him spurred i-ck of ( folows from V's hand on the ace and king of diamond, ,. IIMIMI; II'I'PA'I'I' U COUNTY.FUUllOA 'eul'lt'l': OF sl'I4't: Li. M 'I'l'H: I II _

.ill\ to whom Is the arm efforts. On behalf of the Baptist home'for lead of the king of winning the All of l'l diamonds are now good and ( : U\AIWII' '1.1 S t\.4',4' _
orcl revealed We may reason- up to his Jacksonville and his : cubs the ace of win the balance of the tricks, thus MX.- c'omiDPielnir; at the Noilhwentroiner ,. .
In trick in
own .
faith In Christ Hev. G. P. Raymond pastor of children .nd five of jog Grand Sl.im. The of this of southwest I I o the rt.r ...rNOI.lhw..t Notice I I. heieby gIven that tin- ;" i '"
M that our lead the a point
) allY Children's Home I clubs. 1 He should now 27 of decree "fl: c
trib- the Florida. of t der by virtue that t final ..
based) largely on the prophecies Baptist church paid glowing contributedfarm and trump in V'. hml with the problem is to discard the top dt.imondain Township 6 1lllrl..r, HOllh. 1."n 1 I.t. al.1 forecloHiire ninde, 1\I.rl 151, h, ji,\ !" '

especially whenie ute to Uev. Marvin Rooks his thank the friends who cubs ot spades. V 'ttiti the V's hand anti thus enable Zi long Hint inn I h ii'in's Month}.II'l.I ..t. thence. A. 1). IIUU, ,hy Honorable ., Ad- I q" '
nci-riilng! him he a produce and groceries I \ **h th: 'I I suit to make without being blocked KiiHt 112(1( feet more or less, to Hast; klns, JiidKe of the Clnult court In '4..\ ,J
said was
> are applied to him by the wife and children Christian S. R. Johns furnished free etc'j queen of diamotult line! of Hald Houthwest iin>.rter ofN'orlhWPHt nnd. fcriirzidfor.Ie.utyFinrI.la! \ .., !InOnrdner -. :I '!I\\" _
and by Jesus modest kindly charitable iiuarter thence '..n. 33 iiiu eert.tiii taupe wn.retn 1\ '
pomollc writers Lewis, '; ( A, 5,4,2 of Is and John 1 '' :
continually en- portation, and Harry feet ,In NoitheaHt" corner sum I cOIlhlrilt f J
: !
wounded for gentleman I. lliitlonft o.
Hmself "He was from J Southwest iiuarter. of Northwest T. ; 111"1, J.lhI I ,
: he was bruised gaged In doing the Lord's work collected vegetables K, I J. 9, 8. 3 < thtnV""t iiluiiw the ml l..ntt: nre defeiidints -. l \
lllrlOr. \
ir tinnRgress'ons, ,
These two ns spe.clnl '
vicinity the
In his '. ,, quarter .II'
farmers | I
i ( .
''I'' our Iniquities; the chastisement both In and out of the pulpit. In Jacksonville I nf Northwest 11.ld quarter to of be- master, will <.1 the highest .];.:
him responded to these benevolent Institutions 6 Hearts 8. 7. JClu"l 1"lll liind wnd best f'J'' rush at the :.V" '
; Rooks K
10 strip
was upon Hev. Hearts Q J, u hhl'.r
of .mbrl.lnl In
our I peace and IlnnlnK. the
need any 7 6 3 South' "
and family In are In constant : : Clubs 10, 4. 2 ; : and South bv \ S
heal- himself none Florida[ on "
!id with His stripes we are tributes to this 5 feet or less, Hastund Stark, Ilindford cUlnly. j.
in Iiantonds- 1320 bug more
them B ,
sprit; time we ran help Diamonds 6,4,2 : A : Monday t the First day .r July A. I). .
I All we like sheep have gone the kindly and appreciative load of Z West In (the Southwest iiuiirterrif iluilnk the l legal hours of .cabs .
truck : I
taking In a 9.7,5,3 I
by K. Northwest of Maid 1 fleellon Illl.
friendsare way Spad.i> quarter ,
his said
laid and ",
aray S and the Lord hath which his people I nnd, I the purpose or ".II..rylnl .
assistance It always appreciated. Township certain und c ,
our Ilnl. decree
food (those
choir Iln'
i him the Inlquty: of us all. If thoroughly familiar. The Raymond. Heart 9 I You and each Are reitilredtn | hung In county, Florida.described i '
the .-G. P. 5 ) be appenr In I Ihe Clri-ull, I Ilrlturl : :
supplied K,9 .
then we graciously Clubs-A. unl S.
be true I that so I
lao' prophecies ( this 20th Ju.lhlnl :
.u.t .r "Ircli of i
Jesus was music for the evening was madeup Diamonds A, ) 7 j' the State of Florldn, 'I'h. Southeast qlar'er t1".k "
m doubt that 1 Kant.
hardly ( hangs O
of the d'f- Spades A, Q!, J 10,8 I'I'c County on the 27th day : One, I, i
IB l-i-hrlst the Song of God. from the members .......... w........ P : July: A. I 1. tO2'l' In show what In- South Northwent, Range quarter Two llast; of Hl'nk Th. North !..

Jeremiah was different from ferent church choirs as evidenceof score. Z'. original bitl and cub. Played in this 1 I terent yon have In the above described half of Soulhuest iiuarter, KlockI t 1 I' S 6,
Rubber no
of a priest, the harmony that exists among : HAMPTON : Im. Z his contract property and to show cause I One South Itaiikto Two I lust.;' The <, S.
'aluh lIe was the son was which was doubled manner, Ike why snld property' should not betaken Northeast quarter of llloc'k OneSouth. .

it was probably not so well edu- our local denominations. HIM Ada :Mlmmik. ( ..r. .C. by A (a business double). All against any ck-fenne. for the uses nnd purpose.I::: apt : IInnic two Hast Th. \v.'i
o'clock passe hands of A and n given and forth t In the petition of Hoard of ( hangs ,f
the evening a nix 5' of I The are half nf Illock One $" '
ited! and was from among Monday .................... ... and A opened the king hlart. ? how that A did hold five spades to the ftond Trustee of Jr"lt..r. County, Three Hast The Southeast riimrtef S Suit I t

''mmon All the Kings of dinner was given at the PresbyterIan should Z plan the play of Florldn, n body ...rluI..l. to condemn Illoi'k One Mouth llantre Two .
people. work- by Dr. and !Mrs. Lowryto The P. T. A. will meet at the' Solution: This hand U an excellent king ami that Z would have lost his bid and take ..hI .. forpublic I Cunt All 1 In 111"1 J. Temple' Rub. t ., I

idah with whom Jeremiah manse hall next Friday evening at I Iis:30p.m. of the value of playing safe. by leading the second round of spuoVa.lie purposes, or else, barredof division I i>f I. shown In platof 't. '
I were bad. except Josiah who the ministers of the"city andthe'r I city I example have five to on t the lookout for hands of this type all rlvht til l. and Interest In said. sub-division h I recorded i In deed ?,"' I!
If A to trumps sal'l| | bunk V" n 4 of I lie
the Rev. and happnl takeit and to Ilr"I.ty. lit 'pave publicreiindu
honoring certainty
iitook to reform the people of wives. M. L. \Vattergonwere I the Z leads the ace and queenof and, when you have a Thin notlee shall tie ,."hl"h..0 In of Hradford ,'uuIIy., Florida, .i I.
ulah and to bring them back to Mrs. Rooks. Mr. and npu'lea. A will win the second spade and dOI't gamble for extra tricks if the Iradtll.1 c'ounty T> n all helntf In Suiii'tt'n Twentytwo2J f ,,j
of I business visitors! to Gainesville [ heart. Z by doing so von endanger your chance ''..' ,1,1 is hiol I In liradfordCnunly < > Township Mix CHl South, Itnime } :
another .1
lead i.
l-i' orsh'p of God Instead trick and wilJ Auction ,. imee week for (221 Kast.: contalnlnic I( \I''
The player at 1 1w..nty.\wo
I'Ol''j: UI'U: : last Friday. forced to trump this and must for winning ronr )'lo"lla. weeks or less. [ ,rip.
covenant i"sToii r
''"I made a gme. a..r.. "or. (
and he tbe c.I.'utv.
:Miss Vera May Kelley who Is I his contract by one trick. On the other player who take. cer.taintio hlnd and oftklal seal im.I! KSIOH1. .
It:! ''he Lord and caused the peo- normal at if Z sate he should lead thl. 22nd...day June, ,i. l I', 1112'J. Simelnl M..l.r th"ncery. I'. '1'
the summer hand play (
the attending A. O. ; "jl".I,
10 stand to It." But the In- Friday evening June 21st and then lead I I 0. W. AI.mntMAN.riefk : CI1'II.
well the Grace M. .K. Gainesville! spent the weekendwith. aim round of trump Circuit I Court, UradfnrdCinr Hollcltor I
1 'ual citizens were neither members of < Heal I.I County, Florida.KNlUMT _5-3t-lt-S.29 I }.
word nor at Lawtey Florida gave !Mrs. K. B. Problem No. 36 : He KN 141ii'ke.: Flu, ,
ucted as to God's Church Hiram Bryant of Ft. Myers Is for\1.( \orui-i: ')'0 i'::1'1'11'< ." 1 ('it":1)d
R. E. Stars
When the Rev. Atorn.y. !
in lat, ,.?d In spiritual nature. their pastor this week with his aunt. Heart. J S-2R-6t-7.Z6' ,

1,; ,,11 i d'ed: and wicked kings and family a very pleasant and spending Chubs-73,43, 2

'!Kiied the "people" fell back. into profitable surprise, when they call- !Mrs. M. L. Watterdon.Mr. Diamonds Q 'vorui": SI'r..\ \ i'uii.ti.: 'T'U' Nolle. In hereby. given that all ,I
of LICtrihutt'es
Dubose ali
he and Mrs. O. L. Spades Q 7ilearts4 l'rndlon. 1..I. ..
id ed him bringing a generous sup- pommlssloners & nirulnst ,\ .
> -
tie idolatry. Vero Beach were the guests ofII' I Heart* 10 The tioard of county the Kstnta of r.J deceased, : I
Jeremiah prophesied concerning ply for the family larder. this Y : Club* K,, 6 of Hradford county, Florida will are .. r""ulr." to present theirclalmM i Vir.
T. F Brown ,
\\ and Mrs. I meet at the pourthotme In ih.clerk'solflre tfl'
surpriseas Heo. A.
with to the ;
>Ie destruction of Judlah and Je- They also met a IClub-J.IO 10 7 5 : A D : Diamond.-9.Z Monday. July I, an aboard I: ; t
::2u Oardlner I County J'ml ice nt i
Jet week. .
of the the eve of their pastor'sbirthday. Diamncs-J Z Spade K, 10,8,3 of equalizers for t }
'*iu')m and the captivity It was PlacidIs 1 : Florida, for his approval
toot toe pleasant hour Mrs. Eva Pearce of Lake Spades of h..rlnA complaints and r..lv- within one date "f''f'j "
"opj !. He was called a traitor very ing an to the value any
of her mother Mrs.! ..Umony or thin held In liar J S
t. and was frequently was spent both by. the pastor and I. the guest I leart- none property .. or p.nnn.l. or mixed thereto tlrr..b Indebted t, t l "1
the Lountry L. II. Bedenbaugh.Mr. ChubAQ,9.8 an llxed hv the tax ......"r for they aid Rstate are required to pay their I.I I .
rested and Imprisoned.The people. and Mrs.V.. P. Blrt and Diamond- none ar 1929 airalnst the owner or dehtn' to the und"ridirned! Administrator 5'; ,,
looked beyond Others that could not attend. agent pf Hush property forthwith.Thl .
Indla1 prophet then family of Alachua county, were Spade*- A, J, 6,5,2. J. (I. CHEWS. 24th day of May 193S.K \. ,I S

'* destruction, of the nation and sent In their donation. of Mr. J. W. and Miss Chairman of Hoard.Attest J. AV13 .

Ada Nlmmo last Sunday. I i U. W. J. Z. Anders deceased.
S dinner and the article. ALOFU.AN.
"d and .tor- birthday defense? Solution in next
saw their repentance was any Clerk and <
of Theressa, I -U-a--2 IU9t11.r
Q W Hlnson
\II veness by Jehovah and their re- other good things will be enjoyed J I.&ant

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PAGE RIGHT __ ._ _.BRADFORD.. ._ _COUNTY. TRLECHAPH_______ STARRE,1PLORmA. .... .-.-. JfX 48iM -1112'1-,,
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Y heels) That explains why had to be done for the schools" usually the case there are two bet a coca cola that". ,1\\
Bradford County Telegraph George wanted to rant the elevator' and that th'a' tax Is preferable to sides of this Incident. The con- obtain a license foi' not I,

I| From OIlier Pens f fI for the night at the t Ocala raggera the general sales tax. We admit tracting parties had complied with an eleven year old I ;;I
Established 1877 meeting--he wanted to cool his this--but we do not believe It was existing\ laws and the Judge was the county judge! of i r I'I' ,t(
,I; I ------.. I L I 1 heels. absolutely necessary to adopt either. compelled to Issue the license; If county. Palm Ben i, III
------0------ Surely It would not have beenIf he had not performed the ceremony ent You don't know ''I
: Published Weekly<< on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Starke Telegraph tells of a The worst 1 tiling which could the legislature had adhered to there were plenty others instances of this cum.. I, I, I

G !Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Lawtey man growing corn with happen to the Republican party, the policy of rigid economy and whose only concern would have
eighteen tyirs In one shuck. Some would be to carry Southern states far-reaching retrenchment to been the collection of their fees. :NOT KM OKXutlre .tSNI! ':'" .II" 'I

E. S. Matthews' _______________ _____Owner and Publisher of that corn la "sho1 powerful.- again in the conditions attending which It was committed when It Publication of the marriage did .
In hcreliy .tt\\\
X. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor Times-Union. I Its Southern uncross of last No- met and which the people vainly not change\ a .single factor shatteredthe Tax Assessor of the ill '1
l -0--- vember. It nan In the t North all of hoped it would maintain. Yet Hl'emony--lt probably) Florid, had fllt-il, win, "
-- --- ------- The best fish story Is the that stripe qf citizenship that a each: sincere effort to effect economies smug; complaceny of some Clerk Tax AixivHHmiMii i I., .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE dumping of little ones into Florida party can contain and live. When by she reduction of state when It exposed the absurd marriage All persons deHlrhiKplulntH i '
..KY f lakes and streams. Tallahassee \ the shotgun which te'rorlzes the expenses was met with defeat.: In laws of the state, otherwise) ( or make "n> r Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7:>Payable in Advance Dully Democrat. Little liesor black Is combined with the shotgun the final balance-sheet the reduc- they would not have given tmarriage he portion, will ,submit min' ,
little fish? of It a thought.; It Is not denied to the Tux Assessor. pIB I : ,
Hates on Application. which klllH a white a party lions have been trifling any. ;
i i ? Advertising: conditions should be 1U2U.:! at shishCouaell tll...
---oHagger homicide has been formed The No excessive salaries have been such ..
f-- will
; J. C. Robinson! reports Southern Democrats who voted reduced' no commissions or boards remedied! but the state legislature' ; eiinillzerM| : to convene exnnllnowent II' 1
:r Weather report : Showers today ; more tomorrow. that Ivy Clough Johnson passed for AI Smith, who stood by their abolished no useless offices( discarded Is I the place to lodge complaints roll.ATTEs'r. I' r'
0----- through;! Starke "with only a. loyalties, their traditions, and no worthwhile savings; ac against existing laws, and the more : ,.
their could be taken Into 'omJIIshE'd-lIud at. the same time, publicity given such Inadequate C. A. FlITLMr, ,
the principles )
that advertises consistently has no fear of mail wave. Gosh, Is that all women will r'I tt'I,'rhIl -_ .
The store action
r' are wt-arht' now? Avon Park the Republican party without while motor taxes have been increased statutes: the quicker --,
"' the Southern be taken to remedy matters. -,
order competition. Sun. And a smile. disgracing it, but road-building revenue '
..o --0- renegades who damned themselvesand for which motor taxes ought to be ]Bradford County Telegraph. It I,
the party they adopted by levied and to which they should was exactly right; for the Telegraph -
to local theatre, according. to the Tlio Democrats have been away of the
q;, "Th Squall" comes a bolting their own for the reasons bo limited. has been reduced. to publish a report '\
from the pie counter so long they
9 ;' '' ; ; Lake City Reporter Another sound picture? have forgotten how pie tastes. they had, merely added Southern Tampa Tribune. cccurenee, but the Judge was not It
Intolerance to Northern bigotry, compelled to !Issue
o--- Times-Union. Delicious\ fragrant
to Northern Is of the powers of a county
have started a fight against the blackberry pie Is now being; held Southern Illiteracy What not to publish Is sometimes one
fir: Motor; clubs of the state Ignorance and Southern cruelty to Judge; to refuse to Issue n. mar- ;
\up for the Democrats lo.ok at. more of a problem than some thereIs
unreasonable gasoline tax placed on car owners. Northern barbarity. Chicago rage license when he thinks
-0---- can solve. Such, for Instance, the lull\ If the
anything wrong
.. (111.)
1 iy I ---o Florida finances will now be marriage last week of a 11 year Judge: thought; that the marriage 0.
Mubei of the old-fashioned waltz by the the best stabilized: of any state In -0- old girl, in which: the judge was of a girl eleven years old wan
No repiacing
+ ,
r the union. .- Tallahassee Dully The excuse for the eleventh-hour criticised for marrying; such a
a + 'Ike Black Bottom in Washington society is only temporary. Democrat They've put enough adoption of the Increase In the youngster! and the paper for car right; there must! have been something -

__-0 tax on gas to float a fleet of Zeppelins gasoline tax was that "something rylng the marriage; news. As Is ; the matter with him.Ve'li

=, +: IlI It is to be hoped the school in Marianna is more successful stabilizing., If that Is your mean'iiK: ot I I '.

;, ,. in boy reform than the legislature was with tax reform. --0I -'-
1 0r I nmbrKht! editor of the Tribune -
4 to Savannah I has had a Tampa street Jiamrcl NOTICE
The hen-coated men of Jacksonville can go COOL AS
I It will
for him. Here's hoping
where they will be allowed to roam at will without their coats. some day bo the main street.- '.;, 1910UNTA1,1'IJREEZES

y ---->-- Tallahassee Daily Democrat. Not I IN PLACE OF OUR REGULAR PAPER ADVERTISEMENT THIS

art''. Farm Relief to be Working by September, headline. TheY Alain" street hut "Millionaires WEEK, WE ARE USING A LARGE POSTER: FEATURING POST PRO-
.:It : only relief the farmer will get will come from working-not _0- DUCTS' COMMODITIES.: : IF BY CHANCE YOU DO NOT RECEIVE ONE
4 will\ celebrate Its OUR \ iiolsrtaMN' llllli'I <,1" ,n,"
,j release from cattle dipping by a. fait Rive nil I.1.I .
can ; you; nfl'CsllllIK '
I basket picnic COollH'NH ill 'm ,1.i
It y"I The new tag colors for next year-green and whitewillbe ebration on July 4th. eel-I EVER OFFERED THIS SECTION OF }'LORlD.A REAL '
right within.. Ian'
I'lnpMl ;
reflected in a fellow's face when he has to pay both personal county farmers and stockmen) will MONEY SAVER TO YOU. .
celebrate it by bl.'lnlluletly; and homo or ofllcc.VITT
(! i'll and license tax before he can ride. thoroughly thankful. Lake City

o Galette.I U '\ T. JIrt.lltl)1'.IItI: -

i1 Tallahassee writer finds that a farmer can own a. million 'I I -o- :
I This Issue ot the Telegraph; is C STORE
t i head df laying hens and not be liable for one cent taxation.! l ,
I Number One of Us fifty-third Yl'ar.I test( of QiiulllJ' '-Iot; i ii.I
?' Legislators probably were thinking too strongly of other gtarke Telegraph And it has I I't.lees

improved so much with age; that .
::4 chickens. \
the Telegraph Is one ot the best
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l ; Motor vehicle owners of Florida will contribute three weekly of newspapers Florida. -In Miami the commonwealth rieach- ." t-fOf-'V-, ..-VJ ;" .;a1;to: r '.: -... .. :.: t1;, ts JC'SUMMIJ
r I
t t; and a, half million'dollars yearly to the support of our common 18nn.

schools. Youngsters driving the family car will now help I To Washington;; lrHoover's: ; ;: :

pay for their education : party may have been Just another I
I tea party but to many ]I
Southerners It was the tempestIn I
In Georgia there appears to be a movement to consolidate 1 the tea-pot. Sanford Herald I II :
counties in each The Southerners like cream in SAL
r counties, the idea being to merge the I
don't for itMuck.
i their tea.
+ judicial circuit into one large county and reducing the county .-Miami Pleach Sun. i .+ el'(

government expense in that state from $22,000,000 to $7- ..-- vF G t

? N'Qr 000,000 annually. Florida could do likewise at a saving to llaker county 1 Is proud of the fact I Featuring ti eft i
; that the cattle tick has been eradicated )
1' the taxpayers::!, but it will never be done until the taxpayers are and our cattle declared; tick- !

4" as well or anired as the office holders. And think of the county I free Dr. Taylor, government inspector I.I.i The New
In charge of this work. Is j
> to be highly complimented l on his Goodyear Pathfinder;
1 0l ';, efllclent and diplomatic bundling; I II
l .. ; Representative Merchant of Madison, says of the recent i I, of this great work. Baker;; County i, '

j. : ig .. session : "Last year we paid 7)} i 'mills state tax, this year w< Press. being able} ] to buy genuine; ,

h. \ will have to pay !9) mills, while next year we will have to pay i i Strawberries;; are not considered(; ( TIIINK Guaranteed COODYEA11S Tw, \r r

::4 4t ;:; nearly or about 15 mills" Reason for this is probably found 1 host plants for the MedflY because factory firsts! for about catalog house

i in tinolher paragraph by Editor :Merchant: "There has not :I our they ,good ripen; friend during: at the Starke winter can so I' x prices. These new improved Goodyears y

only been a successful blocking of every effort to inaugurate keep going regardless of thespread arc worth far more. They're better than

,i1'', a savings, but on the other hand a persistent and often successful '. of the pest---Ga'nesville: many highest priced makes. Values pos"I. t I
,III Dally Sun. For. the kind thought; II Ible only because Goodyear builds SO

t ;' attempt to effectuate increases.0 you ae being booked for a quart \?\IANY MILLIONS MORE tires than any 30 3J2 2f i4.40
--- next spring. X _
_, ,
oilier company. This sale is for a short
y Tax collectors of the small counties are the main sufferers --0-
? marriages; are time drive in before it's too late.
Companionate only- Cl. Full Balloon
It ; from the legislative session just closed, in that they will lose if don't Reg.
: y
; like bridge pr.'zes- you Enjoy summer trip without delays ,
I ; their usual commission on sales of lands to the state and the like what you won 'you can give it and your settle tire problems for 11

certificate fee. If every official in the state had their alary to somebody else.- Starke Tele your tremendous 05
graph. Doesn't make any differ- another season at savings. $S.TS $1
A cut in the same proportion, this session would I have gone ence whether. you like It or not

: down in history as a truly economical legislature, but to single .-some other fellow is going to The New, Itifjcr9 Tougher I I I'"

t l out one class of officials.was an injustice, in that it will work a be more "companlonate" than

: hardship on the collectors in small counties where such fees you tosh and News.take It auyway.-McIn- (

_ a and commission::! make up an appreciable part of the total re- _n---- jO n AaPathfinder
_ ,, I The Bradford County Telegraph;
? I celebrates the beginning of its
I 53rd year as a newspaper

St. Augustine citizen, seeing the large amount of money makes the Leader's 23 years. of life .. ,. ...
Indeed. Congratulations SUPERTWIST CORD TIRESWhy
uJ t going out of that city to mail order houses, decided to write seem to K. S. Matthews and. J. C. Rob- .

:,.Mil. two of them an appeal" to help the schools of that city, inasmuch inson who have made the Tele- Buy From'Mail Order Houses When We Duplicate Their Prices and Give

4''4 vl t, 't as they were getting splendid patronage from the citi- graph a. paper that Starke may
M well be proud of.--Tarpon Springs Service The Year Around
yens of that section. The St. Augustine Record published the Leader.

nI a ''J '' replies received: Sears, Roebuck & Company's manager said, -- -- -

: "It would not be fair to grant the request." General manager upper The house two ugliest have been senators selected in the as SALE June 29th through JULY 6th

_ ay of 11ontgomeryVard & Co., wrote, "I really.cannot see iidKen; for the state-wide beauty ,

: how we' could be expected to contribute to a cause which (rontest at Palm Beach. -Starke LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORYHigh
Telegraph Do mean Hodges!
t.,, should be the responsibility of those Who are actually and Statesman BUI Phillips. Ah,

I business there." A good portion of our taxes for all purposes veil! We can remember the day

come from local business houses. As these houses are forced when the girls. thought Bill was a Pressure Balloons
loss in taxes i is fine looking young man, and he
t out of business by mail order concerns the
ooks good 1 to some of the girls
: ;
:'l= :. : placed on Mr. Private Citizen, who has been supporting like right now.-Palm Beach Indcpen- 30x3 1-2 Cl. __ __ ._ ___ __ __ __ ._ $ 5.75 29 x 4.40 -- -------________ $7.05

:nstitutions in other cities than his own. dent 30 x 4.50 _____ $7.75
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t'fi ,It ._ -- -- 32x432x412___ __ _________ __ __ __ 11.15 -
t c ---0. The Clermont Press theres
Criticism of members of the legislature is indulged in at a! school' of trained fish says in one __ __ ____.-: __ __ $14.95 31 x 5.25 __ ________-______ 11.85

they deserve criticism for one ot their lakes. And the Starke
session by the public-and
; .,.4f ; every Telegraph adds that If they se
; some of their actions. There would perhaps, be less of this \red > iId training from watching GUARANTEED FACTORY FIRSTS30x3

criticism if the folks back home would place themselves in md listening In on the fishermen,
hey need to be sent to the housef
_ ; ; the shoes of their representatives in both houses and suffer 'orrectlon1'11. In TlmesJnlon. -

'; the hounding; they have to undergo at the hands of thin or This paper has never yet __ $4.95 FORD-CHEVROLET SPECIALS 29x4.40 ___$5.95

'''t ,.', d that group. Mention of placing a tax on a commodity or printed a fish story upon which it I

f ridding the state of useless office holders or reducing salaries (It ould requested not furnish or demanded sworn -affidavit Cler- !' REGULAR FACTORY FIR STS-SPEEDWAY CORDS

during this period of hard times, is the signal for delegations mont Press II'

'''' to move on the capitol in protest. Every move toward economy .- -0- .
Leslie George of the Perry PHONE 83 FOR SUDDEN
the of those at the
; 1 is thwarted by seltishness on part dependent says he is' 65 years

public feed trough. Picture yourself, while honestly endeavoring and has more ginger In his heels'

to serve the best interests of those who sent you to Tal- nan 50 per rent ot the cigarette RUCK'S SERVICE STATIONStarke
1 smoking drug store sheiks. A 1U-
lahassee, besieged, bullied, threatened from every,angle to de- y-flve year old man with ginger in

,l feat a bill not pleasing to some particular group and you have hi. heels has no kick coming. If Florida
1 J life of legislator at the eorge's heels are as spry as his
'r' a birds-eye view of the pleasant a
aragrapha he's still about elgh-
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Times-Union. Ginger In : : : : ___ .. :, : --
1 een. -- 1I I ":: c : . .. ,

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