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: August 9, 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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! Martin\ Says He I Auto Owners-To COMMISSIONERS HAVE LEGISLATURE Department Completes' ,

! Left Carlton Pay Tax Before PASSED 812
BUSY SESSION MONDAY 152.Miles of Highway '

1 Cash Balance Tag Is Purchased LAWS IN 19204'Kl ) -1 1)/) ''.

The board of county commissioners tax of five mills won the dollarbe Tax Land Timber Completion of one hundred and ,,1 \

CIIRrgl'H :Sew "IK'nH8 ("uusol Tat Attorney Kriwrnl Itulcs On llcvrnt of Bradford county, Florida levied and It hereby imposed .>f Totul Woro tt'rtltcn In Itur-. !fifty-two and one-quarter miles of t.j i; Ii;'
] Hti all the property lying and beIng ,
L-gb.I&ul lout upon. hard l'Iul'fl'ed011118 thus tar Ih's 'J t'
met in regular' session ,
I at ten lag Uffiulnr "KoHslonUlght To Be Protected '
,,\ -- in the county of Bradford( on year Is bite of the accomplishments I' !

i k onvllle :July 29.-Former I II Local automobile owners, will bo 'o'dock a. m., Monday, August, 5, the first day of January, A. 1>., : hundred and twelve laws of the state road department. An'f"j$ "
Martin, replying to a re- required to nd 1929\ with all members present 192, for the general fund to meet other which will have special i:
i: ,1'1\01'i pay ( m taxes were written into Florida's statute t'u..tln. b."luU'I'H Tu Ill', Nt<'I|>tt to< loOt op I appeal r ,
<: -natemont' of Governor Cnrliniii on their cars: before thpy tan ]punchase follows: J, O. Crews ChIL'I'ml1n. the current expenses of the county books during the regular and extra: I'nlnnfiil toe of Lninl-t: Hold to the people In these timoR I R. '.

;. the present ndmlnllBtrni the 18,30: license, accordingto Drew Reddish. J. L Underhill, O.V and to provide for the, 'expenditures sessions of tile Florida legislature fur Tu\f*... when the cry of economy In public .'P i
, i \\ compelled to raise taxes a ruling ftf Attorney General \ Hinson and H. T. Osteen. ( aa estimated in the budget of 11!. 9. expenditures( is being made on all j I .
deficit Inherited from Fred The nlnutes of the last meeting heieinbefarej> set forth. sides In the statement of the department '
I \ ,'!' a Davis made at the request of The secretory of state in compiling ( In lino with othnr counties who j" ,
; ,,IHI. administration today de- the St. Petersburg Automobile of the call meeting were read,and To meet the tntt'l'eBt ,payments the laws Into books and chapter are vigorously; proseeut. :ng those that tin. total payroll expense -

: ', i! i hal any deficit existed when Club, This in the face of the fart approved and provide! a sinking fund for the numbers, \ found 493 laws\ passed who appropriate timber and wood for the!' first six months of ,: 1\\ \
i I l ii i -fired from office. Instead that no other taxes are due until Notary bond of \V. E. Yarbrough ultimate redemption of county by the regular 60 day Houston' from lands. Hold tn the state for 1929 Is approximately a quarter of ;\ ,,

, i "niimer, governor reiterated, April 1, 1930.\ Starke Kla. was approved. road bonds, in pursuance of' the requirement and 312: added during the SO day taxes due Bradford county commissioners a million dollars lens\ than the pay- :'
; I was a cash balance in the llul;ng on the new automobile The following names were placed of the law as estimated special session. at lheIr meeting Monday roll total of the department for ; '
at the tax upon the pauper roll: the board of bond trustees the first six months of 1928. The ; I ,
! ir\ of $3,377,945.36 law passed! by the recent leg- ) by Aside from what are generally; requested the county attorney f
I ,t'' i:,overnor Canton took over islature follows: Mrs. Annie Yarborough, Graham It is determined and hereby declared classified as local bills, this", great-; to co-operate with the !state' attorney statement made here today by ,' '
j ""n3 of the state Kovernmenti "What the 1129! legislature did Kla at $5.00 per month andMiiu. that a tax of thirty-one mills nst' piepondernnce of laws pnsnpdhad general in l'r081''ulllll1; persons\ Robert W. Ilentley chairman, ,: 4 t
" ot Gover- teeth Ruth Broskey of Starke "Ia., the dollar be levied assessed land gives I I the totnl I of payrolls forthe ; ,:
i ii," statement former was to put into the old law upon to do with boards of county who are using timber from "
,,,, \Iartin follows: regarding taxes on personal prop- at two dollars per month. I and is hereby: Imposed upon all commissioners: the Compilation' sold to the state In the west it department for the half-year \ ,' I

t i "".,nor Carlton started this erty. The new law makes it mandatory Elliott Williams pauper, was the property lying and being: iu showed!: hits been a general pract'rei! of period January 1 to June 30, 1923, \, II 1

R .11 ,v>>rsy by attempting! to for a person to prove he taken from the roll he having: the county of Bradford on the tlrfct Appropriations: ran! third in number land owners to 'let t their, lauds revert ns $ t.12Fi.959,72. while for the I

! ilium, me for this 5 1-4 mills in- has paid his ad valorem tax on his d:edThe day of. January" A. D. 1929. while th> remainder were to the ,(ate for taxes IIIK' continue Bumo period of this year the total ''
alleging thati automobile, before he get following persons their work of denuding the was $885.45510 or $20,60163, :
in state taxes can a placed Tu meet the current expenses scattered! through; the category: otstnterrnft "l
were the mother'spension'roll
i ncrease was necessary to tan, under the choice of either upon Incidental am) necessary to the operation front A to '1;. Taxation property of all merchantable tim reduction j 1
,1"ldeficit of $$2,5000.000 whichh proving that the automobile wa$ : of tho public schools oC the also ciuno Into the heading; of a bE'rh& prosecution of persons Every Item of payroll expense / ,
!Mrs.\ Ruth Fla
Marr Highland,
lalms lie. Inherited from my not subject to an ad valoiem tax, county and to pay the salaries of number of the chapters: Agriculture found nt such practice In othor showH a reduction according In t : \S

,'Ammtstratlon.! 01' that the tax on same has been with month.t four children at $14.00 per teAthera: and. repair school IIOUHOH was another one which hail cOllnt\ea\ IIMH\ i'c 'nl I cd In owners tho chairman. General engineerIng \ 'r'lt'?' tIng ,

}OonloH Any 1><'II<'Iti assessed. and paid us.estimated by the county board several pertinent legalities; named paying their back taxes ansi redeeming (exclusive of office enghlet'rf\(
Mrs. Garrah Dorman
Luwtey f\
i It fly former statement I clear- "The law takes effect November of: publ'c: instruction It Is determined for itThe the property and testing dlv'sion' ) salaries :
I i' iliowed! that there was no deft' 1. 192''!), and any person applyingfor month Fla. with one' child' at $3.50 per and hereby dictated' \ that a 1929! session had heavier What effect thin will have on .' totalled $305,329t15 for the halt- !

'n but what he claimed was ad a tug on and) after I that date tax of ten mills upon the dollar be business I than the preceding regular tiupentlno operators) who void year of 198 and 180356.07 for 'l
l' '1 ,ii 1 was simply a transfer of the must I be prepared! either to prove Mrs. Ruby Green Starke Fla.. levied, assessed and Is hereby imposed Hesslon largely because of lands under lease for a term of 'the similar period of 1929. !Maintenance J}: '
two children at $7.00 month.Mrs.
r *- own funds, which were that his automobile\ not subject per upon all the property in the changing; administration and! necessity -1 years, now allowed bj* t the owner!! to payrolls for the 1928 period -
114' 'ted during my adminlstrai to ad valorem taxation or that the La-wtey. county of Biailford on' the first for( passage of new bills to Boll for taxes Is not known County I totalled $43(1,13894, while 4t

from one department to an- 1929 taxes have been paid before Fla.,month.with tour children $14.00 day of January. A. DI; 1929 ,meet developing ncedn' it was assorted -: Attorney' Crews but (taken this the 1929! period the cost wan! fi'lfor f I i '

,wliin'" which Is authorized by he can get a tag for his car." per Mrs. Minn'e Cowart, Starke To meet the expenses! to be paid: In state cirdes.oovTit.u'T question ui) with Attorney Clen- $301,911.02 Mlfrellanous months payrolls of- .\ ",
the six
In h' interpretation of the law oral Davis and expects' to have a were for )
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statute and Is common governmental Fla, two children at $7.09 per out of, the wld.ow.Vs pension ; this "
last 19018147. nnd for 4
practice, 1 cite the United the attorney general; points out month. It Is determined and herey declared I.I'TS KOH IIOMR: ruling to cover the I question within year I" ) '
that while alt other taxpayers are the next few days. year $171,707.15.CbmmenUng 1
Stato government as the highest Mrs. MargizretItrewer, New Ulv that a tax of one-half mill upon : on the maintenance l '
authority1 that does the same thing given until April 1. 1930 to pay er. with two hlJ.lren at $7.00 per I the dollar be levied, assessed andIs Senatoi1 13. M. Johns linn let con- payroll Mr. Bentley said: '

For example: The UnIted States their ad valorem taxes and this month. hereby imposed upon the prop- tract to Smith-Hendrlcks Company 22 $ Mils Of "This red in'lion of $74,527.32, fl ,J, 1'
transferred more than $ I,.000,000from usually Is extended until June 1. Mrs. W. M. Turner, Hampton, erty lying and being In the county of Jacksonville for the construction or more than twelve thousand : I I:
the Texas boll weevil fund automobile owners are required to of Bradford on the first day of ot a lesideuce on Walnut :
Fla. with one child at $3,CO per Grade dollars per month tn the payroll 'I''
t(, the Florida Meditenanean fly pay their 1929 taxes before they month. January, A. ,1>. p29 for the with street workmen start'ng Wednesday Completed cost of toad maintenance or ''" 1 '
that It has a can get a tag for their rais which ow's fund clearing the lot.i The building '
the lure pension ;
fund yet Mis. Nettle Starling, Starke, Fla. is especially[ significant I! ,
whole United Ststostrrisury' means not later than January 1, For the eucouragmeiit and protection will follow the English type of
In the half miles of
deficit\ with two children at $7.00 per Twenty-two and a one takes Into cnnxlderatlou u '
> :: on that account and I 1930. in the present t'\lse. he said, month. of agriculture as Authorized architecture two stories! in height rock base ,of flute road 28 had durtnv the first half of thIs'! )' \
doubt seriously if the successor to "because automobile owners must Mrs. Mamie Mead Hampton, under chapter\ 7302. acts of and brick, will be used In Its ron- been completed! Saturday night; the department; was IIV'I''I''I'keep. l r
will charge havfl a tag before they can run It is determined and hereby Htruct'on Bernard M. Close of
President Hoover Fla., with two chldren! at $7.00 1917 thiu distance running from Key- 3.517,28 miles of highway as. (' ;\
Hoover with having left him a de. their cars without getting arrested. per month. declared that tt tax rate of one- Jacksonville, is supervising\ architect stone Heights through\ ; Starke and pared with 2,78\,54\ last year I

itch of more than $4.000,000 in I ." I Application of Jim Nickels for half mill upon tho dollar be levIed. I within two miles of the br'dge' /: !Increase of 732.74 miles In i fit rj

the United States treasury because nan. _nor allowance was laid over assessed and is hereby imposed I across New Klver between Bradford This saving in nialm.eiiu.uotj! ; coots l I
of th's transfer.In COUNTY DADS for Investigation. upon all the property In the county school district No. Throe ( Starke),. and Union counties. Ar>f>HH hall been achieved without reducing '

1928 I levied !0 mills as the Applications for motheri pension of Bradford on the first day ot It la determined and herehyclet l the! river the grade has been completed I the quality of maintenancebut

state mlllage with which\ to run FIX MILLAGE for Mrs. Parmenter aol Mrs January,. A. D. 1929, to meet the ed that arate of five mills upon\ f"IHIthe" Ilradford cojntiline by giving the men more work, ;

the state government from July Sarah RIgdon. were referred to the current expenses. the dollar be levied and all"ells13d l through Lake Duller approximately to do und seeing to it that the gang 1 '
I 1,1928, to July 1, 1929. The county board of public! instruction.The To meet the expenses estimated for the year 192: !D. on all I lie property 5 miles. Of the appioxlmately foreman work along with the men. ,

state government has been opera ,- UI'C.kl'I' IMttrttt 111'11'1 With Min ", following resolution waa to he necessary to be paid out of embraced within the boundary : 23 mlleH of this highway Also the use\ of more machineryand I t

p cl] on this 9 mills and the transfer : UK'/ of 00 1- I, fjiiwtrt SI'('- unanimously( adopted: the fine and forfeiture fund, it ia of bonded special lax school district In Jlrndford county) 21:! riilloa\ of the less hand labor Is a factor toward J I. '' '
of surplus funds in one uepart- onil, Sliuko Third.At That whereas, the attention ot determined and hereby declared number three lying end lining bust Is (complete.. reduced costs and
.neal to meet the requirements of ---- the board of county commissioners that a tax of two mills upon the in Bradford, county; T'lorldn,, The Manlpy Coittutruet iou Company $\'adllaIlYtltroduclng\ mowing machined '1 :
,mother department does not constitute their meeting held Monday, has been called to the matter dollar be levied assessed, and is as described on page 91, book No was awarded contract fur tho of an approved type for ; !

; a deficit or a state debt the county commissioners fixed the of state tax lands that are being hereby Imposed upon all property 1, minutes of ,county commission 12,5 miles of the i*ad from Ptarka cutting grass and weeds on the Y t ;.' S
1'iilnm-f In Treasury millage on property in Bradford trespassed! upon by people who deliberately lying arid being in the county of ers. to Keystone Heights an.l they subcontracted shoulders of the road.and doing \

On Jan. 1. 1929. the state irene- (county to be collected between November take all timber or wood Bradford on the first day of Jau- I To meet the Interest payments five miles of this dis away with Rome hand labor. ig" ,

\uiv showed a balance of $3,377- first of this year and April that they can get from state tax udry A D, 1929 for the fine and I and to provide u sinking fund for armed from Keystone' Heights\ to L, "Under the head of rel'ollstrllc"I,, S

"46,30 and the state owed $608- \ let of next year. Although the lands, without payment ot anything forfeiture fund to meet the current -, the ultimate redemption of the M. Gray. Following! completion! of tion of worn roads, tho figures !

'HIO, for money" borrowed from commlss'oners' reduced tho county and also'others who refuse expenses as estimated In the bandit In t the bonded special1 tax the base the Manly Company moved how 9.48 mild reconstructed during f '

banks because; of the slowness iapavment rnlllage by a cut of one mill from to pay taxes on their lands and budget S school district number\ six (Law- 1 their forces to Lake county, the first six months of 1929. ', < ':

( of taxes. My term as bov- the fine and forfeiture fund, the are using all the timber on lame : To meet the outstanding Indebtedness tey) I It Is determined and hereby leaving the surfacing/; of the entire "ptorm! o# flood damage'--prlncpally ,; (t S

ernor expired on Jan. 8, so instead Increase in. state mlllage to 5 1-4 Therefore be it resolved that WQ! I it is determined and hereby declared that u tax rate of eleven distance to Mr. Gray Work cm in northwest IO'lorttla--wall r' I !

of leaving Mr. Carlton a deficit I I 'will add 4 1-4 mills to be collectednext as board of county commissioners declaerd that a tax rate of one- oillhi upon the dollar be levied oiling and applying of the slag surfacing greater\ thin year than last Restoration ',
left him $3,377,945.36 In treasury year do request the county attorney in half mill upon the dollar be levied,, and assessed for the year A. I>., will be started within! a of storm-damaged: road thus :t'Ji:

in actual cash and an outstanding Total county mlllage this year accordance with law and in cooperation assessed and la hereby Imposed 1929 on all the property embraced short I llmo.( far in. 1929 has cost $79.349,66. I j ,1,

obligation to the banks will be 51 mills; state 14 1-4 mills. with the attorney general upon All the property In the countyof within the boundary of bonded Less than two mt4es of the base an against 28449.33 last yea'f 4c I

'f d of $08.000.( Added to this Is the subschoolntlllage take .such steps as may be-neces- Bradford on the first da/ of special tax school district numbei remains unfinished between Slarka rand the work Is not yet completed ,l 1\\
But Mr. Carlton, to shield himself and the sub-school bond tary to stop any further use (or destruction January. A.' D., 1929 s'x, lying and being in Bradford and New Itrlver nail, It Is believed ." "!Sf t,1J

from the responsibility of h'a'! fund In the Urooker district the of timber and wood on In order to create a building county. Florida, as described on the last of the rock will )be dumped Turning to the new constructionr,1 L..

Increase of 5. 1-4 mills In the state school\ mlllage Is set at 10 and the any state tax lands, In Bradford fund for redemption of bonds Issued page 91, book No mlnutea: coun on this project by the 24th. Duval side of the department's operation/' t Iff

r taxes would have the public be bond fund mlllage at 15, making county, Florida. i I for repairs to county jail, ty commissioners. Engineering Company: are building the chairman said: !i ';['
lieve that the transfer of tax mon total of 90 1-4 mills .taxes The above resolution was unanImously it is determined and hereby declared To meet the l Interest payments this section of road and have been "The department has completed '; Ji\\1,
a that a tax of one-half mill and to provide a sinking fund for considerably by the rains 152.24 mites !' fj fjof
); ey that I collected in, my administration Lawtey sub-district will pay a' i adopted. delayed the hard surfacing of 'tw4i
and spent in my adm'nls-' total of 8B 1-4 mills the school The chairman then announced upon. the dollar be levied and .as- the ultimate redemption of the and lack of material.It roads H::nee January 1 ; completI I,

(tratlon constitutes a deficit in his mlllage being 10 and the bond I that! 'all persons present who were sessed and is hereby Imposed upon bonds. III the bonded special\ tax is understood that all bids for ed grading of 138.72 miles; ,constructed !'t'h .

administration and he convenlent- fund levy It milts I owners or agent for owers, upon all the property In the county of school d:strict number eighteen the New River bridge! : were rejected 2,400 feet ot bridges '" S S

n forgets the cash balance left in Starke sub district pays a totalof any property upon which tIle valuation Bradford on the first day ot Jan- (Drookcr) It Is determined and( at the July meeting of the tate "Since! the first of true year the L J S

the terastiry of Florida and turned 80 1-4 mills; 10 mllla\ for sub- as fixed by the county tax uary, A D, 1929. hereby declared that a tax rate of road 1 depaitment and new bids) department has placed( under contract i t ,
According to the m'llage; so determined : fifteen mills upon the dollar be It IN not likely ('olltrl1'tfor 172,15 1\\
'VIr: to him when he assumed of! school miilage and 5 mills for assessors or as returned by owneror called for. for hardsurfaclng? 'j i\
Indebtedness. agent had been raised, would fixed 'and assessed the levied and assessed for the yearA. this bridge:: will be let before miles under contract for grading, ,' I J -u
liceI bonded total mlllage to be entered In the D., 1929, on all the property from Starke to Lake Ilutler '?
again emphasize the fact that Theressa district carries the lowest now be heard and that all complaints the road 67.79 miles. Bridges placed under I 'tJ
''here was no such deficit as gov-; tax rate of the county ; a totalof a& to valuations raised by' column for county taxes in the assessment embraced within the boundary of Is open to Ira flic; its entire dls- contract total 2,840.87 feet Of I' :\

,'rnor Carlton pretends and that 72 1-4 mlllstbelng l levied. This the board would be given due con- roll for the year A. I D., ,bonded special tax school district tanifi' A delay of several 'weeks which 2,765.97 feet are of concrete : J J

therefore' he can not Justify his Inroase account of oply 7 mills being sideration. 1929. Is( 61 mills upon the dollar, number eighteen, lying and being will likely result In officially open- type and 75 feet of wooden I UfbrtdK '
leon to total estimated expenditure I- 'n Bradford county, Florida le- the ruail due to time needed to placed ::ttt
'- in irtUlage to cover an alleged ) levied for sub-school purposes. Whereupop a number of persona cover a Ing ( : Hand-clay1 hIghway :
deficit which does not exist of the districts of the made complaints as to such valuations of $$127.470. surlbud on page 92, book No.7, co not r net the brldgo. < under contract totals 31.(53( julIus, I'\ th, 'i'
Balance '
wIll!' levy a total of 75 1-4 and after due cons'dsration! Estimation having been made minutes county commissioners. Part of the L. M. Gray forced "The amount of money Involved I, :ih\\"
Others Didn't KUk, county these districts carrying 10 I'' by the board of county commissioners by the trustees of the several special Resolved, that the tax assessor have Blurted regradlng of the road! In contracts let t thus far In .1619 jJ I. : ;
When C"atts went into mills Biib-schol purposes. ,the following changes were tax: school districts numbered In and for tho county of Bradford I west of Providence to connect with Is $3,783.108.3?." ::11'

"mce he governor found the state owing mills_for___ ---. I made: 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 8, D, 10, 11, 12, 13, and state of Florida be and he IBher'eby the Luke City-Gainesville highway H i'f"J.'
MOI.OOOand when be went out P'1TIUSI.BUIOTH: STILL I Lots of J. F. Johnson in VVnp'gubdlvlslon 15, 16, 17, and 18 asking that a directed to levy and assess whIch' will serve tratllc into Lake 1'K'lItUSml'TI: : ; : U ," *'F5' .

.)f office he turned over to C.ov.Hardee <'.% : in Section 1 19-7-22 certain mlllage be assessed the foregoing taxes as fixed by this City until road 28 Is completedfrom ( ------ ) ;
$2,275,717.40: along witha and Deputies : fixed at $200.00, one lot in Starke against all the property of said board upon the property according Lake Tiutler. State road officials Program of meeting of Bradford t i I
Sheriff Epperson No. 1 for 7 said m'llage! so fixed and determined of the association to be :: '
Governor profit- 26 1-2 feet by 43 1-3 feet on Call districts as follows: to have promised letting county teachers >> S
$601,000 debt. When spent a
Uardee dut of office he turnd Sapp and Reddish In the section street assessed to J. L. 'Frazce and mills: No.2 for 10"'mills; No, 3, by this boaul on all the contract from Keystone Heights held In Starke high school, Satllri; 4 t :
went afternon
'" W. Martin $3- able Sunday last Sunday Mrs. Mamie Griffin fixed at $600.- for 10( m:11s; No. 4, for 10 mills; property subject to taxation in the south to Florahome this fait and day Aug.\ 17, 10 a. m. t, ll ,
i\n,956.56:: over to in-cash John and the $601-, west of Highland 8tyi of 2 00 00. lots 1234567 Block '8 No." 6, for 10 mills; No. 7. for 10 said[ county of Ilradtord.'as to alltaxes' to speed the final completion of the evotlonal-Itev. Cluy. i''". eAinma "
left him. brlnltng: In a copper 28 Temples' addition to Starke fixedat mills; No. 8, for 10 mills; No. 9. levied and Intended to be en- road Into fiunnell. ( of Bradford County Teaehf, 'k,
000' debt, which had been the gallons capacity and destroying the $1200.00. The personal property for 10 mills; No. 10. for 10 mills; tered on the assessment roll under .. > ers Association--8. S. Howling \, IRr,:
When out of office Evidently operators S
Martin went, barrels of mash. the of Florida Power and Light No: 11. for 10 mills; No. 12, for the head of county taxes and upon ioruKi: IP roil ('() 'd'l'I'NlI'T:: Teachers Obligation to the County i', ,i
the records In '
state balance on Jan. 1. as will of the outfit the mash Company was fixed at $26. ()0.00. 10 mills; No. 13. for 10 mills;" all the property lying and beingIn Associatloim-id.\ H. Collier. i (f..!'' :i.jI t

of the state treasury and a better brand of shine. a* and The boar then took up the mat- No. 15. for 10 mills; No. 16, for districts named wIthin the county Lonn'e! Forsyth, a witness I In the Needs for County-wide Chll-c t I..r 1 SIren's
show, was $3.317.945.36 was made up of cracked corn ter of the estimated budget and 10 mills; No. 17 for 10 mills 'and of Bradford as ot the first day of habeas corpus hearing of Thursday Field Day.-Ihrlg, \ 1

$608.000 debt.Governor uigar In readiness for( another handling run. considered the contemplated expenses No. 18, for 10 mills. January. A. D., 1929. morning of Lem Cioodwlrie and ElectIon} : of, officers.Adjournment. t''i "
Catts made no no The'still was too hot for having of the several funds for( the :the trustees of the several d:atrtcts Resolved further, that the clerk James Tyson negroes charged: with I"
made "
; Governor Hardee comfortably it probably No effort fiscal year beginning October 1st, above named having certifiedthe of the circuit court and the clerkof robbing a filling station HO fur Mrs. L. H. Flitch, k f.i
mplalnt; I made no complaint the f.en use the n'ght: before. the 1929, and after due consideration rate of millage voted to be assessed this board be and he la hereby forgot himself' on the witness stand Mrs.r, H. Hart, fr

hut proceeded to; administer was made to conceal apparatus It- adopted the following bu-dgftt an above set f ,rth, It was directed to furnish E. W. Hayes, when he was asked by Judge Ad- Program committee. t, ;;
g' vernment In an effort to perform the officers( ; spotting of DradtorJ< county, louder to ": l''i;
Budget appears on 7th column. determined that the tax rate so tax: assessor kins to speak ai 4"
and give the people the things we- while still several hundred feet on 7Ui page.) fixed be levied and It is hereby Florida a full and complete copy some remark about the \'(make'l a short distance north of Lawtey, j 'fl) I

nad promised during, our campaigns time away. 'The board then proceeded with !fixed and assessed against the of the foregoing minutes In so far gans of hearing He received a while he wag passing another car. : :

and without wasting IV KIXJISTKIl : the nutter of fixing the Fate of property of each of the above named a.. it relareu to the subject of levy- severe reprimand from the Judge: Witnesses state he apparently 'i i \
and bickering about what our pre- 4.tTtRI.Y LAST EfIX'TJOSSaturday : taxation of the county and school special tax school districts! forth InK taxes etc.Resolved and when his time was up from stepped on the gas Instead of the t, tit;

(!If esaors had done. : Wit. CITY districts for the year A. U 1929, year, A. D., 1929, in itbe co.un-I I further. that the clerk the witness chair, was (ordered brake and lost control of the truck r f''!

Cites! Promises"' the 10th Is the lad after bareful consideration of ty of Bradford and state of FlorIda and auditor of the county be notified locked up In the county jail until when It struck the soft sand OK f .' "
Governor,Carlton promised Augnst voting in the estimate of expenditures it lying and being within the of the amounts to be oppro- further orders from the courtKIIXKI the edge of the road. He w.* I '

P'ople, to reduce the gasoline tax in-: last day to qualify for be held. on was the determination of th& board boundary of each ot the several prlated to the. different account) i 4 thrown clear' of the machine land j)
tead 61 reducing It he has city\ election to total taxes levied 1 for : ) INVTO .WIIHINT: the truck -
.. the Registration hat the" rate of taxation! necessary special tax school districts abovementioned out of the Ing on the pavement'and 1.
,ased it. He promised to reduce Tuesday Sept. 3rd. sufficient to to: meet such expenses would be for* and\ described on page all purposes. -- turned: over several times. Oreou ,.l -
'ate taxes; instead of doing that 58 In the county Is not voters to each of the following mentioned 89 et sequel of minutes of county There being no further business, Fm'ank Green of Lawtey, adopted was picked up and brought to Dr. ,, ri i

hr has increased ,them about build rote in the city election, to regis- purpoHei, the amounts estimated, commissioner, book No. 7, I the board adjourned until the next Ion of Mr. Chus. Dlnklns. was Hlggs. Office! for treatment where i t +1 !

percent. Ho promised to be eligible being required poll tax declared and levied viz: To meet the interest payments regular meeting[ which will be held killed Thursday morning when be he died at 9:30.: \
more and better roads at a cheaper >er with the city and fund for the first Monday In September was thrown ftom a truck and S
estmated Inking
If In order to meet the : and to provide A on t 4 tL I IIng 3
Price of that 'be'' has cur- for two years previous. on his head Lakonlde Inn bef;
; instead receipts before it Is axpensea of county, It Is determined the ultimate redemption of the 1929. struck the pavement Mount Dora -
1 Hod his road, building program Ion have registered re-register., and hereby declared (that a bonds ta the bonded special tax O. W. Alderman, Clerk. The accident happened abou 8:30: :' : : S.I .
necessary to remodeled.'t.
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NON******* ...*.NON* ,ro--' -- -.., There was a large; crowd present Important members of the at1-star temperature around nine de;.:r,

I I II Mr. Purvis Lewis of Jackson ;ast are Louise Fazenda, Myrna below normal, or about a thlr.i!

(. : HAMPTON : I JtKOOHKK JUMOIt tUtH1I I ville, spent the last of this week Loy John Miljari\ Johnny Arthur, a degree a day, marking tht. '01

MI.. Ada Nlnmn Cor. I SCHOOL l: ()TES: 1 1I here with his parents, Mr. and I Marie Wells, Jack' Pratt, Edward hid time thla year tempera, ,
I Mrs. J. W Lewis.Mr r /H Murtindel E. Guzman and been ""
.**.*....N....**.*..**. I Robert havo subnormal in ''iJ..
and Mrs H. E. Thomas and Otto Hoffman. The tfroduct'on! monthly records. June wall ,,,
Rev P M Taylor will preach son, Floyd, of Jacksonville, spent n
was filmed under' the direction of other (month below
The Brooker school girls bas- the week-end here with their normal. i In, "
at the First Baptist church of par- Del Ruth and the screen !
ketball team are practicing for Roy perature, averaging above at t, ,",, ,
Hampton next Sunday evening. ents.Mrs adaptation of the operetta was of a degree below normal.
S. T. Johns and little .
games in the future. We are glad H. Gates
made by Harvey *
subject will be "Public Gossip". daughter Bertls. of Jacksonville -
to that we have some material: There will be advance in
no. Tampa will become
Is It for chrIstians And a cure for spent the week-end here with the egg n,,,.,",,
We mean to be as our mot tor says, friends and relatives. admission prices, and large crowdsare keting center of Florida form i,

It. "winners" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and expected to attend this all a basis for an enlarged and m,:;"

Rev. Montgomery of Waldo, fill-, The Brooker school boys junior children of Lacrosse and Mrs De- singing, talking, dancing super rrofliable poultry Industry in w,",,

ed his regular appointment at the latha Starling and children, all show I section when organization .
of ,,
baseball team played the brooker I m
Methodist church last Sunday spent Sunday here with their par- 0 new Guly Coast Poultry Prodm.
morning and evening.At town team last Friday afternoonon ents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. FLOHII VrUAUItKUKIKH: : Co-operative Is ,
the school diamond. The score completed on (o I, "
the evening sprvloe an Ep- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and 1. Approximately
16 to 3 in favor or the school I 15,000 h. ,
was n ar H
'daughter Hazel and Mrs. B. E.
worth League was organized, and 0 It is now only about four months were !signed up for the new
Howard and Miss Ellen, all spent Gf eo-01oralive "-
the following officers elected: boys.The until Florida strawberries will begin dur'ng the first .
I total enrollment for the the last of last week In Jacksonville week of "
President Reba Maxwell, secre-
'first month was 182 with general with their friends. and rela- to roll to market. Of course organization campaign.
tary, Mrs Lonnie Futch and treasurer
average of 153 3-4. We are sure tives. some berries will be found in the .
Miss Ruth Wlllla ms. Other :
that we will have a much better Mrs. I. W. Dyal and little daughter local markets much earlier than The state plant board, at n "m.' I

officers will be appointed.Mr. month than we had Marlon Lee, of Graham, spent Ing recently, removed an embaii.?
average next the time when shipments will be-
and Mrs. C. L. Houser Bud the week-end here with her against the shipment of ,. ,
par- pea he.
this month; as so many were late gin. But by December 1 marketing } -
Miss Reba Maxwell, were visitor! and other stone fruit Into Floruit,
to Jacksonville last Sunday after- enrolling. ents.Mr.. R. L. Cecil and Resale f x '', tie wall be well under way. The board also lifted the !
Please don't forget that -Friday Refrigeration this la more "
Thomas and Misses Rosa and Klva year .
against the
noon.Mrs.. J. M. Maxwell, who has afternoon Is: the time for the regu- Hodges, all of Starke, spent Sun- favorable to shipping. The Inter- from four movement nf peach -,
zone or that ,
lar P. T A. meeting.The portion :
day here with friends. state commerce commission has or-
I been visiting friends and relatives Brooker baseball team Is Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Parrish fund dered the establishment of refrIg- Florida: west of the Ocklockn,! .

In Georgia returned to her home} doing some good practice work Miss Classic Hodges! all of Starke, erator service by express after De- river into that part of the st:!I

here last Friday. these days and expects to be able were In our section Sunday. elst of that river. Plan board (..I

Miss Lamoreaux of Tampa, Is to have some .real games In the Mr Fred Shaw Is spending a cember 1ThS: will be a great. ficlals said this action would 11.1. .

the guest of her brother, J. O.Lamoreaux. future. while here with his boon to growers; It will save deterioration
near grandparents r 3 permit of peaches and other fun .
Miss Tlppens, who ,spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, and Scene from; ?he Desert $::;;:Warner Bras Production? I in tr.anslt.StrawberrIes into Florida from all sources will I.

Mr. Four and family have recently week-end with her parents at while here he will attend schoolat I 1 are now one of '
In the Un ted States ,
located at Hampton. Mr. Green Cove Springs, was accompanIed Brooker. :THI3: DKSKIIT: : SONG" .\T ter, and no arms except hIs' own Florida's most valuable ciops. where tli., :,

:Four has assumed charge of the back to Brooker by her sister Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and i M: PIH i.\L, .j.i<-K so> VILLEJobs" : broken -sword. There Is a great Several million dollars ate' paid may be available. _

Miss Bonny, who will spend daughter, Lula Mae and Mrs. I. .
--- bond of affection between the leader out to growers each winter for
sta- '
Standard Oil Company's filling
of Miss W. and all the Divera'fled! farming in Hlllsbcn,,
several days here as guests Dyal baby, spent Boles, who portrays the !
and his men but he has.refused the berry With better busi-
H in the Eastern part of town.
Tlppens.. last of last week In Jacksonville, masterful ough county should be given a d.-
/lon glorious role of
Maggie Burnett, who hast The P. T. A. met at the schoolhouse the guest of friends and relatives. singing to meet the French General ness and industrial conditions' pre- lded: Impetus, county agen C. P

t been at Hawthorn for several I Friday afternoon and listened Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Shaw and I "The Red Shadow", has won the Birabeau In single Combat-knowIng vailing in the North this year, than Wright states, as the result of Un
and Mr. and Mrs. : highest critical praise for his him to be his. father-and the last, there will be a wider marketfor '-
.'' / eeks, Is spending this ,week with to the following Interesting pro- daughter Harley provements made by the Plant Clt\:
-"':r.lrs. Dalk. gram rendered by the ninth grade: I Shaw, all -spent Sunday here with work. law of the tribe is Inexorable: Florida products that are considered Growers association in Installing .

4 Supt A, J. Griftls of Starke, was Song: America the Beautiful. I, friends and relatives. One of the most affecting scenesIn The story of "The Desert Song" In the. luxury class. modern machinery to manufacture i

transacting business herethIs Scripture reading: Mildred Mor Miss Martha Groover of Wood- "The Desert Song," Warner la full of heart throbs! many of Florida growers are facing
6 4 t ry lawn, spent the week-end here Bros.' Vltaphone| which based the love of the mixed feeds, produce meal and
operetta, comingto are on splendid\ soli conditions for winter
week. gan.Prayer
I' : Russell Green with her mother, Mrs. J. II. Kelly.Mr. flour and thresh and clean rice
4&2 the Imperial Theatre, Jacksonville Red Shadow for Margot, the planting, and they had better mar-
H ; The Hampton public school opened How Do You Tackle Your Work and Mrs. Malcolm Hunterof The growers association has installed -
here last Monday with the by Jean Laird. Hague, spent Saturday and Sun- for one week starting Satur- French grl! who Is strangely at- ket prospects In fruits and vegetables the milling; machinery in ita

following teachers in charge: Mr. Ma and the Auto: Edyth Jewel day here with relatives. day, August 10th, is the leave- tracted by the masked bandit the outlook is good: building at Plant City at a com I
.-' taking between the mysterious Red chieftain, but has no for his
and Mrs. Lonnls Futch, Misses Eubanks.The I eyes of more than 2000.
Caraway, Brantley and Maxwell Heart of a Child: Rubye Shadow and his band of Riff followers other self, Pierre Birabeau. Unless the weatherman gets .
Kelly. :+ONONONN.NON.N0: by whom he has been John and Carlotta. Kingare heated the *
o as teachers. The outlook is very con- Boles up over medfly( or some- Dade City Business block on

promising for a successful term of My School: Melba Rae Hodge. t Rising demned to banishment into the seen as the Red Shadow and thing else, July will go down in the North Seventh street changed!

school. The Stamp: Ozena Green. desert, with neither food nor wa-1 Margot; respectively and other records this year with a monthly liands.

After the program the associa- Miss Iris McRae, Cor. -_ ___ ___ _, __ _n_ __ ___--== = __,-___ __ ==' C' __ __
Miss Kathryn Weest, has returned tion jvent into a bulsness session, ;;: ::

i. to her home here after a the minutes were read by secretarypro .......*.*.*.*.**..*.***
visit with frIend and relatives at tern Miss Rorabaugh, and Mr and Mrs. Walter Underhill .

Vero Beach adopted. After the other businesswas and daughter, Hazel attended I

i Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Fever. and finished the matter. of fenc- church at New Pine Grove near ,

daughter Miss Blanche, all of ing the school grounds was takenup Gainesville Sunday.
and discussed. This was left over ,' .. -
Jacksonville, spent last Sunday Mr. Floyd Crosby and T. N ,
until the next regular meeting, I' I
with Mrs. Haynes' mother Mrs.O. Norman made a business trip to \ .
will be held Friday be- .
which on ,\ '
Haynes Jacksonville Saturday. ,,,. ,I ,, .. :
fore the second Sunday in Aug.! Misses Della and Scenada Craw- "

k ,C. A. Dirt and family, were visiting Everyone Is urged to attend If ford of Jacksonville, spent the '
In Gainesville last Sunday. possible.The week-end here with relatives. ,

Dr W E. Mlddleton'of Starke, enrollment of the school Mr. and Mrs. Newn Mott and :.'
professional visitor here hat increased to 180. children of Hell bronn ,. '
was a Springs/: !'' ,
The eighth grade will entertainthe f i" .". ,
this week, were visitors at the home of her '
T A. their next regular .. "
P. at .
v parents, Mr. and( Mrs. E. J. Lewis I. .
meeting with a short program be- Sunday. ,

.OOOONNNN1110.NNO. for the business session Rev S. S. Proctor and wife of ." \ "

4 Lake Butler attended church here ': ;

(Mrs F. A. Hosier, Cor.) .> ..******.***.**NN01NGRAIIAM Sunday. ,"
Miss Rosamae Norman spent

a .*************NN.NNOiMrs. f : the relatives.week-end in Gainesville with <;\ty:: :r

Mollle! Rauls and three .***********************.* Mrs. Amanda Silcox and daugh!; ... :J."it.. ,,' '.. ,,,f .
children of Tampa, spent several ters. Misses Muriel and Rachel ,
days last week with her stater-in- Mr.: Willie and Clyde Stricklandare Silcox and Miss Beulah Edwardsall It' '

Mrs. spending some lima In Plant of Starke attended church here .
law Maggie Forsyth. ,... '. ," '
Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Sunday City with relatives.Mr Sunday.. Craw-. : ..,
Tom 'Morgan\ of Miami is Master Thomas Edward ( ,' -
With Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier at '
ford Is spending a few days j la, : ..11I' ,
Sapp station. spending some time with his fK '
Jacksonville with relatives.H. .
brother, Mr. S. F. Morgan. "JHr r;>.> .
S J. E. Rosier was a business visitor M. McRae attended churchat ,

q. tQ 1 Starke Wednesday last Mrs. R, M. 'Johnson who has Lawtey Sunday. '

OC week.. been in the hospital in Starke, and Miss Gladys Thomas celebratedher 'l' "'" I

Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children Gainesville, returned horne Sun- 11th birthday, Friday night/; .

.. Mrs. Mol- day.Va wish her, a speedy re- at the home of her parents, Mr. ''I
accompanied by
and Mrs. Frank Tbamas. MOTOR
,,1 ( lia RauU. and children, spent Wed- covery. We are sorry to know that one
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K. Roberts and J. .B.
Mr. H. "
Ttettfay' ;; of last week in Jacksonville of our school teachers Miss Ethel ', -"'
the guests of her daughter, Mrs Brown were attending to business l \ Moore ID ill. We hope. she will ,I"I.. \ "'' ". : .

Saunders In Starke Monday !soon recover. ,:-'r"'" "
"' Roy Miss! Thelma Brown motored to ..,,' ,.,! :\ I.- 7, .
1Mra./ Jean Gasklna and children, '
Friday afternoon. ..; ..
Lawtey .
afternoon with Mr. '
spent Sunday .
N0O01NO0O1O v OONOOO ., ]
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling c9..2
',I'f \
E. Rosier.
and Mrs. J. < ".
Cooler Pond were Visiting here VANDERBILT : .." ;' f : .
Miss Gertrude Rosier of Sapp, : ;.. '
'J spent the week-end with her Saturday afternoon.Mr. Ida Mae Conner, Cor. ': ,', .

grandmother, Mrs. Hester Sapp. State.Farm Talmae, was visiting Shuler his of wife the, N0O.OOONN1O0NO104O1oMr. .: ".: .

R S. and Carl Rosier were visitors [.., ;
Mrs Isola Shuler Sunday. G. C. Norman of Gainesville, :
; to KIngsley Lake Sunday afternoon : \ TOUGHER MOTOR OIL
Mrs. Equlla Jones and LubedtaPlnholster rpent the week-end here with his : ,,'r, '''' ? _
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to business parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor : ". "i..i' '
were attending :; ... ; : :
J. Mr. and Mra. R. S. Rosier and ...'1r. ..II:,) t'I" .. ..

:; children were the guests of Sin In Starke Monday afternoon. man.Miss Agnes Sapp and Mr. Felix : ..; \ 'I \
Mrs. Felton Westbrook, '
I Mr. and
Wand Mrs. J. M. Rosier at Wood- Sapp were visiting Mrs. W. B. t
who have been visiting het mother, a 1
'1, lawn Sunday afternoon. Mundy of Starke Saturday afternoon ,,

J,! B. E. Rosier and Leslie McClel-\ Mrs. Etta Reynolds returned, to .

'. l lan were visitors to Starke Satur- Omega, Ga., Monday. Miss Ida Mae Conner Pledger; .

day afternoon. Mrs Margie: Byrd of Waldo, was Johns Edith Conner, Elmer Ca- \ :: v
Lubedla Alvarez and James
Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and chil- visiting here Monday. son, -
Mr. A. G. Brown and Elsie Cason. attended church at RaIford lA
with her slater
dren spent Sunday Saturday evening.
business visitors to
Starling were
Mrs. C. A. Pringle. Miss Candacy Alvarez was visit ,..
Starke Monday afternoon. ing relatives In Jacksonville Saturday -
School opened here Monday. We .

..*****.**.*.****.....*..* wish them a successful term. Miss Clara Thompson of Jack .

0 sonville, was a guest at the homeof '
e BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. L. L.' Conner FrI-
Miss Pearle Galney .*..*.*.*.....*......*..* day night. .I .

J Misses Roberta Conner and Ola
*..*......****.**.*..*.* SAMPSON CITY Mae Alvarez and Air. Felix Sapp t

and Cleo Thoraa attended church at Ralford Satur- rd
Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Morgan

son, were transacting business! In .++..+++.....+.*......*..... day Mr.night.John Victory of Folkston. r

Alachua. last Saturday Mrs. S. E. Jones and Mrs. Deav- Ga., will spend! a few, days here
Mr.. and Mrs. Warner Mott of with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner

li, Hague were visiting friends and er_are visiting relatives In Atlanta, Dr. Biggs: of Starke, was a !business : -

relatives here last Sunday. Ga, this week. visitor here last week.

Among those attending churchat Mr. and Mrs H A. Prescott of Mr. Norman Wiggins of New '. ...

New Hope last 'Sunday were: Starke, were visiting relatives here River, attended B, Y, P. U. here PAN-AM tougher motor oil t eeps cool "wndet ,I, ?.'"t? i.C; ,' -.

\\i Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney, Mr. Sunday. Sunday evening.; fir*". Every quart has Mood th tit of beat I .f 1,' >\i t I'I ., .
Mr. and 1'011'1.Velch and children of Lake Remember B. Y P. U. Sunday r refined a' temperature greater than the '. '. r ; ,
and Mra. J. J. Morgan
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Butler, were visiting her daughter, evening at 7 o'clock. Everyonecome highest heat of the lubricated part of your .' ,," R' ,.arai'r.. I ;
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Is ,Mra. E. M. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. and bring your frIends. 't r ,," ';' "ri t. .l
motor "
Brown '
G. W. Hazen, and Mrs. D. W. Ha- Mrs.. We Raymond are awfully sorry Sunday.of the -.-*- PAN-AM stand the gaff fight off! friction : ..... I,: ,,hI ,::::; ,- ,' -,, '... .'

; Manufacture cypress tiling, motor coot For warm lummer ," ',' .,' > .':., .
zen.Mr. robberry of Mr. W. II Smith's car '' .' V.1 .
Hazen of Gainesville which be sold a competitive ,. r"" kkepoeHos I''' :: .
Fred can on "... day* grinding loon, you need thin ,'. '," y ,'
which was stolen one night last basis with high grade linoleumor .., .. '. ; 'II'. ,.r- ,
last "
business here :
transacting oiL .lj'r
was week We. wish him success In glazed tiling; la a new feature i t c''' tougher motor > 'If, -4, .;,:',;:,: j :
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Saturday.Mrs.. A. B. Crosby and son Glen, finding It.Holden. added by the Seldon Cypress Door Pan American Petroleum Corporation v ,( "i ._ : ,

Smith of Hawthorn, was company of Palatka who antici- .
of Jacksonville are spending sometime visiting relatives here Sunday af pate creating a huge market for

y here with her parents Mr. ternoon. the product. The cyrpesa squares

and Mrs. L. R: GaIney.Mr with an Ingrained eccentric pat t'oft -
Mrs. Nlram Wynn and baby ,
and Mrs. L. II Futch of tern are specially treated harden- I I ., f.
Hampton, were visiting friends daughter, Dora of Hampton spent! ing the wood and when laid pres 04.19 I
several days last week: with her
here last Friday.Mr. ent a smooth partlcally everlasting -
sister, Mrs. J. L. Wynn. ; surface requiring only a lit
and Mrs. R. M, Galney were
Sunday school every Sunday tle floor oil to bring out the nat-
transacting business In Valdosta, morning at nine o'clock. Everyone ural beauty of the wood, the manufacturers -\i MOTOR

Oa.. last Monday. Invited. state.
Mr. Wilson Russ of Theressa, \1
-There will be servlces here Sun-
spent Sunday here with his par- Two acres of boarded cucumbersgave
afternoon atr3:30 o'clock, by
nta, Mr. and Mrs. Russ. net returns of J225 per acre

: I! Mr. and Mrs. Conerly of Okee- Rev Guy of Starke. In St. Johns county this year. I I OILS '
,VJiobee, spent 'several days of last Homestead
100-acre tract of
? -week herewith friends and rela- a.*********************** -
land Inspected by PanAar.erlcanAIrways

+ ; tlvea. I ZIFF Corporation for establish- IV. O. CLEMONS: Starke
I and Hell-
Mr. and Mrs. Rippy of Gainesville -
ment of emergency airport. Tf. n. HULL, Starke RETAIL, bronn Springs
_ were transacting business buss Opal Lewis. Cor. Melbourne Standard Oil Com-

here last Monday. .....*....*...**********.* nany started an extensive summer HAYES GARAGE, Starke II. T. BOWLING, Raifonl
r building and Improvement program DEALERS
T. 1). ROSIER lialfonl P. J.
Services held at Little COX. Worthington
,: project progressing rapidly Rock Friday Saturday and Sunday. of about $20,000. ---- --


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to--A' CocoaContract signed for 80- Hudson --- I. 0.A.. Grocery Lake Worth Contract awarded ..

HERE'S REAL OPPORTUNITY FOR r acres of land for use aa airport ant! stora being established In this for painting water tank in t
Ne'Jo of Florida In
Paragraph, '. landing field.Olympia tow aNew, South Park. id i
Construction pro- Port nichey Gulf Utili- Quincy "Oadaden County I,,
BRADFORD COUNTY WOMEN riHRlna rapidly) on new bridge at tieR Company moved to new quar Herald," new publication of this 'I:
thin place tern In Mn'Khan; Theatre building place <9 :.
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$12St/: ( Offr-nil for KcBt" Jar, ol ............ ...........
f'niuuMl foal lii NiitloiuU (*ai(. :I

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TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Just how good at canning arc .....................6...,. I I, to ,

Bradford county women and g'rUI!' '? The Lawtey school opened Monday I IS !

,!...-----.----.-------.t. This question suggested Itseltoday morning. Aug." 5th with an attendance "
from an announcement Ir of 223 pupils We an
,,1;t Peterburg Acting! upon i ii a armed. With Miss Naomi Kuhn I a Chicago of a national canning con Indeed glad to have our erhao D Q\0

,,1 Ineon i i of the Florida supreme former school teacher, and Arden test to find the best jar of (canned building: finished, and we are ex t tw
?(' mi) ) that the office of attendant Kuhn, her brother, she previous!; fruit, vegetables or meat in, the, pectin the best school term fn tin I'
nUb 'i' for the public 'schools anin. had been sentenced to fife year country. Twelve hundred and fifty history of Lawtey.

..institutional, local school off)- on conviction ofrobbery last Aug dollars ($1250)) in cold cash Lawtey in getting quite active

rude, Have abolished that pout for ust, but the state supreme couil awaits the woman or girl In the as a colony of hornets have erected -

I'lm-llas county The place hat recently remanded the case be United States whoso entry Is geld A large apartment building IntOWI1
b,"n held by. Mrs. .Ida.Dunn. cause records failed to show sentence ted as the bent jar of canned In one of our b'g, oak trees

was based on a Judgment food entered in the contest. I Anyone wishing: an apartment not)

:vniili: Jaclts'Jnv1l1eVhlle In- of conviction. The contest, which Is sponsoredby ) fy said hornets.
.,aiinig aKas, pipe under a houmI e the Sears Roebuck agricultural I i H. II. Thede and two children,

I "K today, Clifford Cox, 2-1, tu Lake City Friends here of foundation, seeks to acquaint more made a business trip to Stark 4 '4 { 7 7o
npioye, ; of the Jacksonville Ga, Elliott\ Redding:, cashier of the housewives with the economy and Monday. eint 'i-- y

'mimiiy, came In contact with ar Seaboard Air Line freight offies healthfulness of home canned Mrs. K. K:. Burney and three

!I. ,rte\( wire and was killed. Fire 1 at Tallahassee reported him mIssIng foods. For years the U. S. department ;'\ 'children, spent Sunday In Jacksonville \ ..

i n worked unsuccessfully for twc, today. Redding was said to of agriculture and home the guests of her parents, Elder ; : ''i
;,"III i)h iii an attempt to revive him have passed through here Tuesday '- demonstration\ agents throughout and Mrs. JI V Skipper.Mr. : "., ,
e I night entroute to Tallahassee I the country have worked for Increased and Mrs, G. A. Anderson I

-nsacola, Skillful maneuverIng ,I to report for duty Wednebdaymornlflg. production"ot native can spent Sunday !n Starke the "guests) : k W r d IH'
.If.> a damaged plane and twc' National guardsmen, ned foods. of her parents Sheriff and Mrs,. 9F s 1

parachutes,, saved the lives of four !I maintaining/ fruit fly patrolat It Is to further this excellent W. J, Epperson. :"

:,navy fliers here today when two the Ocklochnee river bridge, Idea and at the same time to help El. IS. Burney was transacting .. I I,., : I j '
planes crashed 2000 feet above !I said Redding passed there and told absorb the threatened surplus of business In. \ Starke Monday. 11. r

Pensacola bay. The planes, engagnt them he was going: : to River JunctIon farm products In many sections,, Misses Eunice\ Whitehead and .
maneuvers, collided, one plane, Other friends said the cash that this cann:ng project was con Joyce Terry, who me attending; : J\T::; ; e w : It

piloted by Ensign II., D'Sell be- ier stopped Madison and said he ceived, school in Tallahassee! spent theweekenll :
'up wiecked. He, with his com- waft hurrying; to Tallahassee. Two hundred and twenty-two here with relatives. 1

I ,uilon. Marine Corporal H. A a rash prizes, totnllinK $5,825, will The teachers of the Lawtey high: '

\i\ hiatus, jumped from the plane Fort Myers Henry Colqultt, be disbursed to the winners in the school are nleasantltloraled! at

.\red parachuted safely to earth. real estate operator strolled contest, which han three major divisions ( the home of Mr. arid Mrs V. U. FISHE styhngtj:1, (
through! the business .section In 11.1 ( : fruit, vegetables; and Reddish. :

St Augustine: A mother 1 1i Is regulation plus-four outfit, sans meat. The best ,entry In each dIvision Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville : j

today thanks to the efforts the usual golf stocking "I .have will be awarded $250 and spent Sunday with her par
reduced by two the number of one of these will also receive the ent's. Mr. and \Mrs. Chas Dinklns; I of pl!

"I h n\ ,.her from 5-year-old a watery eon grave who while saved In we men are forced to wear garments ,' thousand dollar sweepstakes prize, Mrs. G. W Roberts was a visitor in the most colorful and captivating ,
explained Colqultt while wailing thus bringing the total cash prize to Jacksonville Tuesday, ri
Dimming, here The mother Mrs,
for one of the mnor: traffic Jamsto for the best jar of canned food in Alfred Greer of Jacksonville, !Is \ ,
Warwick, of Palatka, with-
A W. be untanj led. "Some one hail to the contest to $1,250. Second visiting his aunt and uncle Ml'. i
bodies of the
mi warning As she sank came beneath a third the time surface take the lead and If girls can appear prize in each of the three division!! and Mrs Jimmie l\ud\ oll'. ;. motor car year 4 ;L
up without stockings, the men will\ be $200, third prize $100 and Mrs J. H. Moore left Thurs : t:
i I.U' lad managed to secure a grip have the same right, I haven't fourth prize, $50. There will also day for Mounds, 111., where Mr.. d''
and her afloat untilp the matchless of Fisher'sartistcraftsmen In addition this Buick embodies
i i her keep Reflecting genius new
felt so cool all summer." Successof be five prizes of $25 each, ten Moore, who is now in New York "
sons attached by his cries could as well as the un aralother wonderful new elements of value- ,
Colqultt's venture was said to pities of $10 each and fifty prizes will Join her and from there they ;
reach the scene.. have brought forth advocates of a of $5 each. In addition a thousand will go: to Dawson Springs: and leled resources of the Buick and fisher a new and mightier valvc-in-head) engine j 1 ;;

\Fort Myers. costume of shirts. dollars in cash will be 'awardad Pulaskl, Tenn.A. organizations, the magnificent new Buick -new Controlled 1 Servo )Enclosed Brakes .: '.4 (J' !
'I'ampa--A, J. Andrews, 26,, shorts and shoes.Gainesville to the home demonstrator! M Lewis spent Tuesday af Bodies by Fisher incorporate beauty and -four new double-acting Lovejoy Duo- } j

steel worker, was alive today principally agent whose county sends in the ternoon" In Cracker Six, charm. obviously superior to any other car draulic Shock Absorbers, and new longer ,. t-,
because of his -ab'llty! as an The state and Greatest number of ontrles $500 Mr. and Mrs. Wooten and chil In the Buick field. I l lLongerlower .
rear springs, new: frictionless steering :
acrobat While working high up
to the agent whose county has the dren.epent'lhe week-end In. Jack-
University of Florida radio station ''
<,n the frame of a new building WRUF will be "sounded off" at next largest number, and $100 to sonville. and more luxurious these gear and new Steering Shock Eliminator. I'

vsterday, he slipped and fell several eleven o'clock( Saturday night not the agent: whose county sends' Mrs. "", II. Edwards l lit spending I new bodies reveal entirely new harmony of And what is more, this new Buick, with all !1,
stores? painfully buffeted by the third largest number of en- some time with her son ,V. II. Edwards color and grace of line. They are replete
to resume broadcasting until Sep- k
of these vital l superiorities is offered S,
ends of girders until he hooked :
'eniber 21. The station has operated tries. A number of lesser mer- and fam'ly. with extra features of utility luxury and ':
u leg over a beam. Too weak and offered. has new low prices-prices that make Buickfor I '
continuously since October chandise prizes are also Mrs. C. R, Shuford, who convenience, including new Non-Glare
. hurt to raise himself, he hung, 12, 1928.! Poor reception from Contest Clows October 15: been In North,Carolina recuperating Windshield for safe night driving-new 1930 the greatest value Buick! has ever .i j

head down, for several minutes: before WRUF within Florida has beenan According to the rules, the con- ,from a recent operation, Is and richer upholstery-new fittings offered in 26 years of building extra value .1
aid arrived. Andrews was removed test is to every woman, and home Tuesday. each series of Buick !
outstanding: difficulty with open expected and appointments of princely luxury. into,? cars :
to his hotel after receiving
those In charge. The situation Is girl la the United States. Thereare .
medico] treatment at a hospital. the MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGANr u
no restrictions! as to nature BUICK ,
believed to be In need of a lower Banking In Jaw'gy
frequency, and the chairman of of the food sent; any fruit, Dlri.io. rpa.ia.JMolars DullJert
li. FictnrleiMcLiuchlm
>ni< n
Kissimmee Officers of two
vegetable meat, whether home Tire IIukk.adMsquett.MototCars '
the federal radio commission will lending negroes of a Georgia -t/uakO.b.w.Ootuio
rountles tonight were searchingfor be in Florida some time this monthto grown or purchased is acceptable [ town started a bank and invited 1
four men who early today give WRUF\ hearing on its Contestants may enter one, two t>r persons of their race to REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
sawed their to freedom from
way frequency alignment. all three divisions. Entries, regardless 'become depositors. One day a f
the Osceola county jail here, using ; of when canned, must not darky, with shoes run down( at the .f!

Imck-saws to open the Interior Tampa-Calvin Parker, mounted be sent I in prior to August 15 nor heels, a gallus over one shoulder, Starke Florida il",

irons and the outside window bars. patrolman a week ago", believedhe later than October 1, which is the and a cotton shirt, showed up at ": Y1'YVVVTPVVVYVYYYppVY

Police and sheriff's deputies had an asset In the form of ten closing date of the contest. No the cashier's window. WHEN HETTElt AUTOMOBILES Aim BUILT HUICK I WILL nUl J. D T IJ 1\1 1\\
throughout the state_ were notifiedto will: be returned but Instead -
entries "
want '.
automobiles as security for an $8- "See heah, he said "I /
he on the lookout for the men, these will be sent, with the .114'1"
500 judgment against a taxicab mah ten dollars. .. ;
while Osceola and Orange county name and address of the contestant cash- .. .T.T''V., ''f ;
company here. Today he foundt "Who Is yuh? asked. the. vvvYYYYvyyThe
deputies instituting a search hospital, In- ,
were to be a liability. Parker's foot to an orphanage ier, !
through this. section. of. the state. was Injured In a collision with one firmary or other charitable Institu- "Mah name's Jim Johnson, : '

Kissimmee State-wide search of the taxi machines. He securedhe tion to be selected by the founda- an', I wants dat ten dollars." I Most Ilnpo.-tant. ''INSURANCE .{r}
the tion. ain't In dis
judgment\ In court and had "Yuh got no money
was made'today for four men, who of canned ,fruits and "
Specimens "
sheriff seize the equipment, and beah bank, said the cashier, af- fJ.t' ''i
escaped early this morning from vegetables In the contest will be I .1,.
put it in storage. Along came the ter looking over the books "
the Osceloa county Jail( here by claim judged on the basis of clearness, 'Yes I has insisted the visi of all
taxi meter people with a >> )> '
the use of a hack saw. One of the color, pack neatness, flavor and
the len dollars In beah'slxmonth's (
that the meters were rented to tor. "I put ; -fjf.,
men who escaped la Jim Mobley, taxi house posted bond and went ,texture. Meat specimens will be ergo." "* j r(r
charged with highway: robbery' ; judged in their relation to pack, shore t
Fol- yuh Is foolIsh -
home with their equipment. "Why, man, \
connection with the holdup of F. neatness, texture and flavor. There\ t 1
lowed the tire people. with a simIlar De intrlst done et dat up long j YI :
W. Underwood and Coleman Wil- claim bond and took the rub- will be three judges, to be selected ergo." r/i/:j
son on the night of July 19 on the truck by the foundation from a -,-. .
the Today a a'I
off cars.
ber '
Tampa road south of Kissimmee bond list of outstanding; authorities on --.. ; ; a l''I1fXt'T l'\Lt\
with .
cempany appeared. a Y 'a ?'' '
CY ,, ) C Ill
during which Underwood was severely home economics domestic science, Thc Men Knew 'I a'S
the .
and took the cars. Meanwhile lt(1 W IWII"IIANC Y
cut In the abdomen taxi company put ten shiny new and canned food. Their decisionwill The female orator was raving \ ..---... ; ; t., ...,
I be made known Just as soon to small audience of ;( ,p1
buses Into service. and ranting a ...... 'rd: ,
Pensacola Investigating a ., as possible after October 1. men "Women," she shrieked, "at .I',

mysterious blaze early this mornIng Ocala Wreck t>f a bus of the lives Hints on fanning ,' all times! have been the backboneof c-5 _3 PN UIY ;
at the Harvey Lumber com- "Any method of canning may be { rn1/1lIPN ,
who theworld's _
Blue Dus line, whleh crashed Into all nations. .: was
pany's plant here William Nor- moving string of empty box cars used for this contest,' announces greatest hero? Helen- of cK / 1 1 "'),,
wood, a watchman said he caught Anne Williams, director of'the "
at Zuber, six miles north of here, Troy! Who was the world's great
sight of two men running In the early today caused elnjury to 8 contest,, "The use of a steam est martyr? Joan 'of Arc I Who ; l.
darkness his orderto 'cooker, however, Is highly .
disregarding seven of whom were pressure was the world's greatest ruler? ,, .
bait He said, he fired twice brought persons to a hospital here. The recommended by canning ex-' Who, I say, was the world's great-
but they went unidentified. Nor wreck was at a" grade crossing of perts and by U. S. Department of eat''ruler?" : ,I

wood found the dry kiln a loss of the Atlantic Coast Line: Agriculture, especially In cann'ngmeats. And simultaneously that entire ', .

estimated\ more, than $12,000 a railroad.spur Passengers on the bus Not only does this methodof crowd o-f men arose and asweredIn 'J '"
An hour later a second fire broke said the driver, Jim Batchhelder canning'save time and fuel and one voice, "My wife!" i i'J'

om and firemen were railed again. Jacksonville. was running with assure absolutely, sterility and -,-*-_. ,. I'

The Investigation showed the presence of lights dimmed 'In pass'ng: a car. preservation, but food canned under Plant City Construction underway :IJ ;

of oil soaked rags and waste. the left sde: of the road, pressure retains all Its natural on new septic tank III
parked at box flavor and texture, which! are vital northwestern part of this city. I f'
and failed to see the moving cann'ng! contest South Jacksonville Plans approved J 't ''i '
Jacksonville The Florida he swung polnti In any .? : J
Unable to .
cars. for erection of new sub-
Methodist conference will "carryon to the right parallel a : :
the bus sharply tatlon on site of present Ilendrlc! s ;
may be thoroughly '
of Its That the judging ,
despite that $60,000 front wheel
to the cars and one and the displayof avenue power plant. 'tj'
funds were on deposit in the re- was jammed beneath a car. The impartial uni- Tarpon Springs Baynard Drug b s
c> utly closed Ph'fer state bank at bus and cars sideswiped and the cannedsamples absolutely Store moved to new location at : 'l' I

Oalnesvllle, Bishop Hoyt 1\[. Dobbs bus was wrecked. One of the cars form, contestants are required to corner of East Tarpon avenue and. ., !,l. I'
of Birmingham announced here today submit their entries in standard the city park. I'f' '
was derailed. It was necessaryto the size. All South Jacksonville Extensive ------t :
BlahopDobbs., who arrivedfor wrecker from Jack- glass Jars of quart : t Q 'I
summon will be furnished with oyster shell shipments arrived at Jk
a meeting tomorrow of preald- sonville to get the wreckage untangled contestants: ball mason Jar j and carton municipal dock for use in laying; ',f', l' (ll.""i ,.
!leg and one '
elders, board chairmen sending In a canned article, bane on Hogan road.Your motorist vho would not think "STANDARD"MOTOR OIL form per- l' [
district additional for
lay leaders, sad! an MANY '
$9000 In securities was in Horse and Won but those making entries in more r letting the lire, theft liability or feet film of protection between the mow F J

the now defunct Institution, but Golfer (to partner)':: "Just lookat than supply one their division own jars are and expected shipping to property damage policies on their car ing part of your motor preventing !r r4 H
that they were In a safety deposit dressed like a man
box and the conference was able to What that are girl her parents thinking of, cartons.' The sample jar and prize tongue Lip&e . fail to Insure the life of friction and wear and la the beat insure :' It I ,

obtain them.. anyway? I think"That It's, disgraceful sir, Is my,'" entry entries labels may' be for useln secured submitting without tells when you their motor with a constant adequate ance you can buy for a long life of, ''ttJ i

Tampa Announcement was Partner": cost by communicating with the ..pply'.t the right quality motor oil. smooth operation for your car. 1 t I:.
daughter. need
made here of the award of a con- Golfer: "I beg your pardon. I headquarters of the National Chi- 'j I
tract of the father." test, 925 S. Homan avenue \ '
for the construction didn't know you were her .
Mayo and Cook's hammock railroad partner: "I'm not. I'm her cago, Illinois., : }
in North. Florida to EV. mother." Gas will be turned into the ;l
Parker Estab- .
Tampa contractor. mains of the gas-company of MIami -
Jhment: of the new line which will The New Car Beach by November 1. C. E. i'

extend fifteen miles between Mayo Father: How many miles to a Starr. head of the firm, said upon INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY ( r''s" I

and Cook's hammock wall approved gallon? his return from Baltimore and a otafos ____..____-____----__-_-----.-------- I I 1
recently by the Interstate commerce Mother: What color Is the upholstery New York. The work of laying 35 Planning a Motor J SUndard Oil Touring Service 426 W. Bloom feu, Loul.ville( Kjf.I 1 '_i
mains In the city Is progressing TRADE MARK NCO. "
commission. It will serve ? I miles of 1 would lib you to.eml m. dftaUd roux
a rich tftorea fast will she go? rapidly, he said. The expendlture.of )1) f
phosphate and naval Son: How ? from .
In this
the I
cigarette company Trip "It :,
section. Daughter: Has It. will be approximately $%,000- 1 ,
area t" f
1 to ;
.. lighter? I of the mains } f
000 when the laying 1 Ji
Tampa-Mrs. Madeline Nelson Neighbor: How can they afford and the construction of buildingshas Coated tongue,dry mouth, Let US"ro ute it : kith U to b.furuhotl fn* ofckarg*. ,:i

Daughter of Sheriff Ellington of it? been completed. The office bad breath, muddy skin, Name I ., I': '
Luverne, Crenshaw county, Alabama -Dade City Banner. I and show room of the firm are groggy nerves and tour for you :_ >>- AJJr. I f. .. r
located on Lincoln road near Len-. f
was re-sentenced yesterdayto Miami Beach stomach suggest its use. Clay !\... __ ._ r' f 1, ', ,
farm three in Raiford years at for the robbery state prison while producing Plant City on farm- Tung near this o.I: place.tree: I ox Sun.avenue says the l A..A.A.A 1 ...A.6.4.AAAA.A..________________________.... _________-1 ''j-"<]

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FAOK: 'Porn imu>Fcmi> COUNTY TELER.1I'R, RTunn:, Fi.onin.t _.'nn\, AUGC:4T: n, ,11I:1):

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'),:ATHEll n ;' mT---- \VAMod miuitliy Hi the flame. of ITn known.
I unless sold certlfk-Rtn shall\ ,.
BOXING BOUTS TO BE STAGEDAT "I've no sympathy for the man deemed according' 1u law 1 inv, 'l/1,
Week ending August 7, 1929 will IHIHIU thereon An the fttii 01.1\i ,
who beats his wife. said a passen- i A. t>. 1929. ?.1 I
i i6ieiiT1ErII'TION Date Max\ ] Min. Predp. Ne1tstnber. 5t" day of August
the smoker. .
ger In t). its. t.
July 31 98 70 -
LAN'fEYLABORDAY\ "Well" said another- timid, f'!. W. ALfIJoJnllt"\I.:
Aug, 1 92 72 undersized fellow "a man who (Seal) Clerk> at Clrcul I'",',,",
I Aug. 2 97 72 .aB'adfor 1 County 10'1", ,hi"
1---- beat his wife doesn't need sympathy 9.9-6t*a .
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Aug. 3 93 72 :" .
I Paul ((1',1)l ) Mooif l or 1./1WI4'Y| Meets who fought the opening bout at Aug.1 4 94 74 -
: HONORING KKV.AM Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs, J. T. Guy Iix! lwlu'll l Sti-Ukluml, Local KlngBley Lake July 4th and proved AUK.1) 95 76 .01 0'1'(01 OF TAX APi'Idl'tT1O ueau: rm"

I ) MKS (WY Mrs. Joseph Martinez, of Tampa 1t'eltentrlght In ,....InUOllt HO popular, we feel sure that everyone -' Aug. 6 93 73 Jacksonville $50,000 bond

Mrs. Bruce Norman, of Jackson- At I.a tey On will welcome the match if Aug. 7 72 issue approved for construction of Notice I"I hereby given, tint i r i
the little boys' be fire station at Duval and Jefferson Carter, holder of Tax CeitlfUni, ,."
Friday evening the auditorium! ville. Labor linyBy parents can prervailed \
Total rainfall .01 In. streets. 4$. 4th day or July, A. 1). 11127 ,i ,
of the Woman's Club building was e .. upon to let them box. '- Plant City Central grammar filed mild certificate. In my 1.lIk.. .",,,
ftlled with guests who came to do CM.:. NKtttt ( F. R. Carradlne.) These bouts are being presentedby school grounds being beautified.AOTIfll trade upnllcatloii .fur tax deed in ,I .
St. Peter was interviewing a Hue thereon In acoordunco
honor to Rev, and Mrs. James T. Lawtey P. T. A. will stage Its P. L. Dlnklns, J. C. Prevatt andF. fair damsel at the pearly gates: Said' certificate embrace with tlu. I I.i,,?i):

Ouy, who have recently come here The Christian Endeavors held i first benefit boxing contest, topping H. Carradlne ot Lawtey under "Did In << OK AI'PLIPt'riov .FOIt In lowing JJradfotd" dencrtbed property, Situ. ,,,10 .1 j i
ever Count
you engage any iriorldn ,
from Miami to have charge/ of the their regular monthly business i what promises to be the most Interesting auspices of National Guard for 'l'I>IKINotlcA > Northeast quarter of NO"lhw..t In( pl{
necking:, petting smoking or i
Methodist church for this year. meeting at the home of Mr. and! I and cleanest card eyer benefit! of Parent-Teachers' As- quarter SeHlon, 26frewnshlp. 6 /Nuh, 1{
drinking while you were on 1s hereby given, that F>. W.Moor Range 21 Kant.Tho : .
The minister and his family have Mrs. N. B. Hull, Monday night. presented in Bradford county with sociation of Lawtey. earth?" <>. bolder ot Tux Cvrtlflc-ate No. neeesament of lIaM l proIs'rr'i
been here only a short tme! but Plans were made for a miscellaneous I Paul Moore of Lawtey, fast and Every seat will be reserved. ::15U. 4lh day of July, A, 1). 11127, hastiled under the mild certiorate /IMBIICII,/ \\.1"'
"Never, she replied. acid cprtllkate In my nltUe, and In the name of MrH J.V.. ,
they are rapidly making friends and bake sale to be held Aug. hard hitting light weight and 'Tickets will boon sale at all drugstores "You should have reported'here mud9 application for tax deed to l..- I'hlenx Knl'l certificate shall In. I.'.
and gaining the confidence of the 17. ; Droward Strickland, the fighting In Starke and Lawtey. rnq thereon In ncnnrdanc* with law. deemed acrordlnK to law, inx .1'.1 1
before, said Pete. "You've been Raid' cerlincnte embraces I I the follow will issue tltoivnii on the ttlh Ihl"r
people Articles for the sale were madeat attorney ot Starke. Through the courtesy of Mr. A. dead a long while." ing1 rlpMcrlb< property nltuatvil In Ssntomher: A. J.>. 1929.

The reception was given by the the home of Miss Carrie Uglow It seems the disagreement, be- A, Smith ot Lawtey, who has _____-.__-iPenxacola LVl, 'North Hilfiml half Counl nf}'.Northwest Florida, to-wit quarter: ]),Hated JU2f1. this 6th clay of AIIKII-.I. \.

members of the Woman's Missionary Friday afternoon. tween these boys dates from the charge of the Randall properties $5,000,000 will be Suction Township 7 South Range ov, AI.ORIUoI"1 '.
Society, arrangements and July 4th show at Kingsley Lake.It we have secured the Randall gin sought for work on oil station here'tlJrln ZJ:: KHHU lontalnlnv XO acres (Seal: Clerk: of Circuit < "''' '.
district convention will be ,
The Tin ntmeHHtviont of said propertynndnr FlradCord County, [Kin, d I ,
and will the bouts there. The
program for the evening being In held at' Lake Butler AUK. 10 and is reported to me that these stage < coming year. l the - of Hits. L, A. Davis: and entrance is immediately behind
charge who boys have all but settled their lit-
Those have
b. Mra. It. A, Weeks.' The library 11.: Misses Laura Lee Hemingway registeredare 'I tle difficulty several times on the the bank building. Th's! is strictly rr---=--: :: .-- --_.....:.-=-.. :::. _::: --=--==--. -- -: ---.------'------:---=- .: -.:-.---_.:: ---..:-. ---_ I II
t benefit show so buy your tickets h
and auditorium
were charmingly street, but June been prevailedupon I
Inn Forsyth, Dorothy Lamb, Carrie
decorated with baskets 'of bright: to commercialize the settlement early and help. the P. T. A..
Uglow and Edna Stansbury, .1.1'I
hued zinnias, crepe myrtle and of the affair in the prize ..1I
others are being added! to the list.All .,.J( ('(.l'U DO% h' C'AMl" I
vanes of choice roses, the committee Endeavorers are are invited to ring, consequently we are prepared -I ',
in charge of decoration being to present for your approval I
i Mrs. W. G. Halle Mrs. W. R.r go. and benefit of the P. T. A. of I The 4-11 club boys of Bradford I I II
Parks, Misses: Kate' Struth and Lawtey that which often county will be in regular camp on
.'.\lU ST TKACIinHS': ASSO.' you are ;August 9, 9 and 10th at the Cady "STORES ALL OVER FLORtDA" ,
Jlurla Weeks.- promised! but seldom see In a prize
(\TIOV OP I.'THYJoT: : : cottage Lirke under
' / on' Kingsley
+ The arriving guests were met ring, a grudge fight. These boys the supervision of County Agent I, RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE, S7'ARKE, FLORIDA
at the library door by Mra. L. A. were first offered a certain amountto .
The Lawtey PanmtTeachera'AII8ociation Rickenbaker. Is held -
The -
e Davis and J lrs. A. Z. Adkins and was organized. Feb. 19, box for us, but both being anxious for recreation: and instruction camp for "e "Jeet All Advertised Prices 'You Are Always JVelcome. Give-.Us
' directed the to prove to the other that he
to receiving line,
1929, at a called meeting of the the boys who are doing club work A Trial. -
which was composed of Mrs. T. J. is best that a winner take' all affair -I \
citizens of Lawtey and patrons. of 'In the'count)"*. Mrs. Cady has cooperated -
Is the result. Ten rounds to
Griffin Rev. and Mrs. James T.I
the Lawtey school. in making it possible to
I ) Guy,.Mrs. J. W. "'bIte. Miss Amel- This meeting was held In the a decision. have the boys held on our
' \\ la Ray, Mrs W. D. Parks and Mrs. club house In Lawtey and patronsof The semi-final of 6 rounds, nearby resort, Kingsley ramp Lake. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AUG. 9.10 .
Arthur Wooer, brings together Monk Dinkins of
Lawtey school from the town Together with recreation 'w Lich
h 1 The guests were entertained and surrounding country attendedthe Lawtey and Drew Thomas of Jacksonville shall consist of bathing, boating, I

+ with music and readings which meeting. Dinkins has suffered but games and tho like, the boys will Blue Rose Compound

exceptionally flue, each number Professor Llmbaugh, stated the two defeats In the professional b* given so.ne fundamental of Demonstration !

being given by persons who object of the meeting and an or- ring Ills first fight in Jacksonville principles and practices applicable. RICE Sibs. 2Sc Lard 2 b s. 25eonstration
combine talent with the advantageof gan'zatlon! was formed with Mrs. and the other July fourth ou the farm.SKKV1CKS. 1Ve.: will have a dem- ,

excellent training. Below is Louis II. Hill, president; Mrs. when he was outweighed 20 2Iluel8 lb, Pail .. $1.2 :
the in full pounds by Forsyth of Starke. of
program : Shelly Roster, vice-president; Mrs. AT HAXTO.NRegular'services
il' Piano solo: "Warum" Schumann Ceo Anderson,' treasurer and Mrs. Thomas is reported to be a mighty Dry Salt ler's Quality Goods ,JIa.\wellllolise' !
,' : ), Paul Knight. Annie Lou Godwin, good feather and expects to give at Saxton next
Voice: ((8.) "Out of the Dark" Unnder the able managment secretary. of, DInkIns a real fight. Sunday afternoon. Sunday schoolat Baeon Ib 19 Come and 'get a sam- Coffee Ib I
(Lamb) ; (b) "Coming Home" : these officers thsyassoclation has Chas Heck, Lawtey, and Rob 3 o'clock, followed by preaching i plc of the tasty dishes -

(Wilmot), Mrs J. Davis, Shannon, Jacksonville meet againin services in charge of Rev R.
accompanIed :
)fl. grown until there are now about prepared from this 3 lb. Call ._ __ __ 1.J8
E. of Lawtey 0 Leant -
f. Starr
by Mrs. IT. V Knight. 60 members and with a live memo a four round affair In their ... .

Reading:: "The Tleuutiful Isle" bernhip: : (committee, of which Mrs. last meeting at Ilngllley: Lake: .:._----- ---,'. Streak 0' Fat lme. JVESSON OIL ,
-Mrs. Luther O. Powell, with musical 1B.: Wells la cjialrman the Beck won In the fourth round by a -. I

s. I accompanist, l\f las Alice Fernandez membership has grown with each technical knockout, Ed O'DonohueIn 'II Clearbrook Irish 5 Lb: Pte Can 29c
+ tc violin, Mrs K. M. Davis, meeting. Shannon's corner threw in the Flowers I .- -

piano. Well attended meetings held towel to save Ms boy from further I ,
are Potatoes 22c
Butter Ib 49c
4 Violin numbers, : (a) ''"Simple at the Woman's Club house and punishment. Shannon has improved Der Q to Can :: 49c I
Aveu" (Thome), (b) ';hanson the school house and at the meet- and we know that this bout. Roses, Dahlias, Asters I' -

Trlest" (Tschaikowsky), Miss Al- Ing held Friday n'ght! July 20th. will be a natural. Cut Fern, Floral Designs Gibb's .
ice Fernandez .and Mrs E. M. Davis Seventy-five persons were present. An effort is being made to rematch Strillgless Sweet 5lbs. Campfire

piano. All committees are willing and little' Chan. Dluklns and I BEANS

: ( ) active workers. Cleon Woolen, both, of Lawtey, ClfAS. C. SMITH 25c ,} 1 11ELLOiVS

Situbert ( ) ) Mi'. II. 13. Arwood chairman of I 2 No. 2 25c Potatoes n :; i
Mr. John Powell, Miss Alice Fer- finance committee with Mr. J, II. Blackburn,. Mrs. J. M. Browning Phone 11W. ; cans lbIARS. lOc

nandez, Violin, Mrs. 13. M. Davis, Moore and Mr. W. Woolen have Mrs, Geo. Anderson Miss Ruby t Waldo Florida
piano. raised considerable Mae.Poppell. Miss GraceWood, >
money necessary r< Fancy
Towards the close of the evening equipment to make M18f Pauline"' Walker, Mrs. R. It. Busch 3 bottles SUllshine Crackers
our ..
l'I.. ,, ; ..,-?--- > I
a tempting icy, course of brick school! ''an, accredited junior Reddish and Miss Leoor! Fogg/: .
; high -- __ n___ ________ lemons doz 30c
cream; and home-made cake Vas school Ginger Ale 40c 6-for 25c !
t served by Miss Harriet El ten, Miss Mrs,"G. W Roberts has canvas I - -, -

I 3si;je: Jones Miss Hazel Adklns, sed the town for books suitable for I

Miss 'SiO'la' Rarrett, Mrs. O. ,L. Junior high school and has cpllect- eel I) 3 for Yellow JVilsorb

Haynes, MfJ*. W. E. Mlddleton, ed a good number of books with I 08. TOILET PAPER i

II Miss Murla Seeks" Martinez Mrs Thelma, Miss promises of more. At/:;. Toasties .. 25c OniOnS lb. 7

LeFlle Sara Hope Mrs Haynes Joe Miss Kate All the committees officers of work the association in harmonywith 1 c 4 Rolls for 22c

StruthMissDorothy Slegman. Each meeting seas Mrs. W. II I f t

i Social.Circle; Ga., and Mrs. Hamilton Edward, chairman of the enter- handy 2, JOe Pkgs. Nice Firm Goad St:coq oJ-Strillg

I A, filch hundred guests attended this 'ta'nment musical'! committee program which on hand always witha II I Good i it rlatches, ISc Cabbage Ib 5c' ,Brooms - 39c'l I

r enjoyable affair pleasing and gives )life to the more ) ,

4-J Serious work to follow. I I
TWENTIETH ('}':XTl'UY CIA'Il Supt. A, J. Grime with his '.efficient L .. -_____-__ __ ._ __ .__ -- ---- -.---- -- ------ -__-_-___ _-._-. _. n .-- -- I

11 board of public Instruction '
;' Mr. and Mrs. ,J. W. Andrews, are lending every aid to the Law itI"h. '\ -.> -. ,---------

Jr.. entertained the Twentieth tey Parent-Teachers Association.The : Place

i Century bridge club Friday eve- aim of each member of the ... : t FLORIDA _
ning at their KIngsley Lake cot- association is to see that the Law- \ f.l. .
', I
tage. tey junior high school will ,be
Dahlias: and asters formed an placed upon. he accredited! list this i iII THEATRE t
attractive setting''. ou the porch session. H Home Vltaplione i
: ,
where the guests spent the evening The new school building Is com- TO Buy 'Tres ; p

; o pleted and the 1929-1930 term opened II \, PROGRAMS'Week
$ Mrs. C. C. Ifoppe won high for August 5th With a large at- I II II I
1 ladles, a vase. Dr. E L. Bigga held tendnice. Com. Aug. 12
low and received a smoking'stand.' Several country schools have I We keep a nice,'clean tire store. 1 1I. I

Mrs O. L. neasley and Mr. O. M. j
been consolidated with the Lawtey ;
quarters-everybody "
Inman were given a handkerchief Spick-and-span MONDAY & TUESDAY : ''
school and busses! with capable I. I I
and cards for low score. drivers,bring the children each you meet skilled and courteous-all.. *

c The hostess served a salad morjilng returning them ,to their stocks neatly arranged ',' "COQUETTE"With M
course at the end of the progress. homes after school hours in the I Ii I
Blons. Members' of .the bridge afternoon, Costs us a little extra money to keep I II "' I

club were Invited for- this. 'affair. Under the leadership of Profes-\ our place this way, but we think I Mary Pickford ,y Y!.rif i

Bor'IS. II Collier the follqwing will! clean folks appreciate it. <. ; All Talking ., .r_
compose the faculty of the Lawtey .
t : TO CIKCLKM juu'.or high school for' the school Moreover, it befits the kind of goods K I

At the Kingsley Lake cottage trm of 192930: Mrs. Geo. B. we sell-Goodyear Tires, Goodyear WEDNESDAY ep p 1'e' }

,. of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Tubes and Goodyear Ac.cesso-ies.Atso I "TilE SQUALL" .. I

both of the Woman's Missionary the kind of service we give-Goodr, l I With

were Society entertained of the Methodist by Mrs. Adklns church CENTA YORD. year Standard Service. I Alice Joyce and Murna with Progress $I

and Mrs. Johns. So if our store is cleaner and brighterhas Loy t

t The guests were seated on the COLUMNFOR a heartier welcome for you- : All Talking
wide porch, which is shaded by
oak and magnolia trees, and a de- RENT Untarnished house offers a finer kind of service for your .

lightful breeze from off the lake Mrs O, M. Inman, Starke. It. I tires-and supplies the tires more, THURSDAY & FRIDAY If
; you are increasing insurance
fanned the guests while this Interesting ride than other kind-: Moment your pro- I
I people on any "Man and the tection in proportion
; meeting was In session Mrs. FOR KENT Furnished cottageon .' ; to your growing
'v. D. Parka leader of circle num- Kingsley Lake. R. J. Davis. Goodyear, Tires-why, then- With business you are safeguarding your in
ber two called the meeting to or- 621tf. and number: ..r. Billie Dove and Rod terests: strengthening your credit-and I
der and asked Miss Amelia flay to Here's our name ,

read the Bible lesson, which was FOR RENT Four-room house, / 1. I LaRocque inviting public confidence in your service

the fourth chapter of St. Luke, let 2 blocks from depot. See R. A.Newsom. ,MAIL' ORDER PRICES Synchronized with music,.sound and your goods.. i
and dialogue
to 22nd verses Inclusive. Mrs J. owner. tf '" >

T. Guy prayed a fervent prayer, RIGHT AT: : Where to increase your insurance and I

after which a short business sel<- FOR SALE Humphries cricket: HOME(.. .. ', SATURDAY lord much-or what new protection is
jblon was conducted. Mrs. A. Wood .mole destroyer. Kills cut worms ';,: !
discussed two chapters from the and cricket! moles. lOo per lb. h 29v-.40. ._____,-- HIB.IO\ 30"a 1-2: ('I, __ r'$3' : '::'S "HIGH VOLTAGE" required.-are periodic problems. Get
book now being studied the title Urownlee Bros. 8-2-tf. 301:11.IO.R.4: .$::1.a.1I I WithWilliam them solved promptly and
:'lh&. O ___ ... __ IIU.f! H thoroughly
I :10" a iar : !Eit4 11I the being "Jesus Our
of chapters under
--- the
FOR SALE-MISHlonary strawber- ilOx.f.OO:' ___ !\\Ii,.I 0 ..:IIlIt.25:' and guidance of our experience
Ideal in Temptation" and "Jesus I aix ------ Synchronized with music
the Ideal Church Member." ryplants. $2.00 per 1,000 and I, I 3tx3.s0: I\IO.a.5\ :Ih': ____ '. ": $fJ.fJ.1I I sound and service

The hostesses, assisted by Lois you dig them. Charles C. Smith, I .1lx.V2.-5:' :' _______ 91O..VI 32" t.:: ... __u_ .1:1.00.: I II I
u Adkins. Kittle Hogsed Margaret P. 0. Bo$ 124 Waldo. It* 3hO.CO. u____ $....20 IJd ._--__--_-,$ro.s0 "

? Adkins and Othma Haynes, Jr., FOR' SALE Corner store, four I Talking or Singing Comedies J. R. Davis & Co.

}7 served refreshing' iced tea and living room and large house !I Get Out Your Catalog and Compare-We '.
sandwiches.Mrs. ((3) lots on road No. 48, from I Daily
l Adkins and Mrs. Johns had Cherry street Starke. Mrs. M. Give Service and Meet Mail Order INSURANCE

f as their guests Mrs. Arthur Wood, Thornton. 7-19-41 I .

:Mr A. W Anderson, Miss. Kate I CompetitionBITCH'S II I Continuous from 1 p. m. t .
hire L. D. Green Miss FOR bALE Player Piano, ISO;
Struth, 10 & BOc Matinee an Amelia Ray. Mra. J. P. Mack. Mrs. battery' charged '$5.00; library Saturday Mat. ipc' 40c Starke FloridaGAINESVILLE
W. O. Hail, Mrs. J. W. White, table $3.50; kitchen cabinet, SERVICE STATIONStarke i
$10.00; bed spring and mattress
J. II.
"'rs. W. E. '
''.50; baby carriage $10.00;
Bitch Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Miss 01- porch swing, $3.50; buffet $10. Florida i je FLA. .

he' Ray, Mrs. W. B. Parka, MM. Apply to Verna. L. John .. .. ... ... .... .. _
.. -- -. -- .'- -- 4 _... .. H .- .. AI .. .... .. "'" .. ... .. ,,- 'rt
A. W. Redgrave 8-2-2t ---- y
,,, L. A Davis, Mrs

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U'Gl'HT 0, 1020

lun\) } -. __ _"u__ -.. ... nn.\DI''ORD cotxTY TRLEGtL JI, STIKKK, FLORIDA _____.______________._ I'UH11''; ..
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5a.52.525 1 far two weeks, have gone to 'La 1'V 1 w'rlE: OF .,|'PI.K'VIION loll 1O'rl'I! : OK .1PPI.l.t'i'IO\ Foil 0'1'11'': OK 'P'"I.U' \TIOVTX FOil
(rrunge; Ca.Mr. ,'.i! half of douflVi--! )111'1.] : of II 'r.I'U; !
T\\ 111':11 JIhiEl: )
Ihw-.t iiuartei. Su.II..n 2;. T) ,. !* !South Ufci .. bunt,; I --- j \>
>K H.III- Not In IM .
Bits oi &:, 20 acres. : :Vullie I I IM henihy elv..'n. tlmt. I o W Moo,',', boldur. hcrely of. Tux civi(ll"'llIh"1''h.lt 1 ur P.V Vti. N; lli.f IH h<'i I'cL l ) gl( \ < n. that W. H. I; ;' )t .
and Mrs. M. of Tax Cell IllcnttNo.
l 1'ttle I. Ogden .. the iiHH6Hnmctnt Aid oertrUviite"of cold. IHHUOU property wun '17. 4th day of July, A. 1>. IVil. hap ;11.0.> 4th day of July A. U, 1IU7. him U4'hr", holder of Tan Certificate J" //1" \'lJ'
daughter. Jacqueline! I the iiiimu of Iran. spi: >e<1. Iliad. said cerll""re I In my o111ceittirude nled made Maid certificate! In my olltco, and No. 14, 4th day of July; A. U. 1917 'f III
application for tax deed IMi '
wtre guests of his uncle and .. for tax deed to to "rtllh'lIte', offloa \"
rtlflc elicit ,
I. said r if be re i sue thnreon In accordance with law. has riled said my ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Howling "'..... according to law, lax deed IsHIle thereon. In Hccordnnce with I Said certificate embraces the follow. and made' application for tax, deed to ,r.)."
law Said ccrtlfcate
J issue thereon on tliu !Hth day emtiracoH thefollowlnic 1 In* described, property xltunted In Inane, hereon !In accordance with ".: I''I"i. \
J-oa: NJ { s returned to (heir home In September'! JO.. 1II2U. In: llradford, loHiTllx-d: property Klvridu.ultuHted I tnwlf Hrndfurd. County, Klorldu.'''' 'to-wlt; ta\v. Suitt eertlflcat ombiac-oH: the I .err';
county -
pano. .. this 6lh day i.f August A. North half of Northwest quarter fulowln.d..orlbed/ property situalell I ,' ..., !
11ISU. : and South half of !Hoiith: <'axt t iiuurtcrand In Hrnilford County, .Florida 1.'w'I ;";;,
t1. W. 1.l>l'lUIAN.: Northwest. quarter of Bniithwcutnunrter 1 Kant: Three-iiuarteri' of South wit: ,'
Concerning Our People, Business and Mr. and Mrs. 1U.: Norman ( )) Clerk of Circuit Court, : Section; EJ.I"t: Township: : 7, half of Southwest iiiiaitur Section Northeast (1IIIIrt..r of Northeast!! I I1I.rquarter
1'ttle]' daughter Annie Bradford County Florida. South Range, 23. contalnhlg 40acre 23, Towimbhi' 1 South Uana-u 22 Lest of Section 4 Towiiiihlj. 7 -
Progress of the County and Town. -5t-l-6! .*. containing 2J acre !South lane iiO Bant.
and Mrs Annie M. Richard The assessment of mild pmtivrtyunder The assessment of sell properly, 'The assessment nf Maid property t.
.Ju.ck onvllle. ,O'l'i91 the unld. certificate iHHiieil. watt under the said certificate Issued wan under the said oprHlcnte Imutnl t wa
orriM.ic'ii I.-OH
are spending : << In the nnmo. of Unknown. In the name of Unknown I In I the name' of 1'I'k.n. Hrorikn.VnlvxH '
nnnnC7r:7y7ly -r,--.------ week at the Matthews pottage/: TAN 1)Bhll: I"... said. certificate. shed lit redeeuied I'nleMH\ said ", >rtlncutu shall bo ri- Mild. c-t'tIflcutr, Hlutll be re- '
:)CI ClCI.;.e; .:..:...::..::. N
,? +S
tit KlngHley Lake. ..cordliiK to law, tux deed doomed accoidlnK to law. 'tax d.'Miv-l iii'forilinw" to taw, tux dead I
Ktckllter's ,' IB hereby, tlviMi that D.V.. will IHHIIC thwrcoii nn the 9th day nfSiptpmliei. will Issue thereon the I :'Uh d In 'I""j. hill! I.HU>. tljt'ir..ii "ti I the 'Hli day of *t ,
; 1", h I, il-den seed at Miss Dora Manning returns .., holder of Tax (VrtlHcnle, A' 11. 1929. Si-itiinbcr| A' 11129l S,.nti t mlii-r. A. n l'ii'1'ii.it '>
home ]Monday( 'Week's' Jlrs. Lee Whidby and Il 4th day oT July, A. I U. I'U'i! '!I. NO'1! I tinted: thin I !>th day of AUUH!, A. I > :t<.d thlx, 5n, day I of \UKUM. .\. 'I thin llh day of August! A t je I
spending after a vial said. cot'tlllcBta In my olllco\ and D. mail: D. 1929 I). 1 1:129.:' '
0 ; I',;re of Ocala] Is In. Wildwood! with her sster: Myrtle and Betty of Albany .application for tax detd to Is- I O. W. AtODKHlMAN. I O. ,V. A fAII HI"\'II.: :' O. W. ALDETIMAN ''+tlr,'=1
:, m StarkeMl Mrs have returned to their home thereon. !In ac..dau11Vllh law (!:Seal Clerk of Circuit Court (Seal\) Clerk of Circuit. ConnKiuuioid I i .111, Cliik of l'lr..ult Court, k
.e W) L. W. Strickland.] i-crtilloat. embracee. the fntlow-I Bradford. ""'ouiili Florida 'I C.luniy Klorlttit. Bradford County, Florida I j I
a pleasant visit at the home of : doscrlhed situated 1 In p-n.Sta-R 't..I!' \ .IIHI, Mrs, J. 11. Lord openundo' and Mrs O. L. Beasley. n..o FUuMii, to-wit;
\V. H. Hart returned home' Frl wool Quarter or Noithennt ,, \ [ ,
.,it FeruandfnaBmr \', Section 86 Township 1 Soul > t." "
day from points In North Can- Mrs. Mattle Drown, and :; : 2J Hunt, nontaliilnir' : 41): ai-n-N: .1
In' iisHi-BHmwnt. of sell. .. property>
: ai'haffer spent the week 1 ln8: and Virginia where he attended son, who have been spending r the said cvitlucute Issued wan. SPECIALS AUGUST
i.ovett. with relatives eral weeks In Starke with \ the. nuir.e of J. 1.+. lliniMor. 9-10 '
ad l() ''II furniture market.Mr. said certlfcaie 1 shell be r<'- ;
IJrown'a brotht-r-In-luw] and ,,,.. according' tn law ins del. (
i U(I. Sapp spent the week Mr and Mrs. B). K Mcltae, l I..e thereon on t the. Dth day o if
M and Mrs. R. I.. McDowell 'Hrnl.r. A. I'. 1U29. I
| l(1 ,'"? I ,, ilnesvllle with relatives.] ed to their home In ] '>I.I thin 5th day of Aim-list. A
( and sons, John Julian and Harry; sVedneBday. I iaa: KISSES
d Knight visited( her rarenN. f'r and r.I"II' 11. W. ALUPJ-MAN> : ,
M, Knight;: at I ( I) (Clerk of Cliriill, rout' 1
.td, d "urt, In Ocala WedneHday John Uglow] last: Sunday. Mrs S. {<'. Hamrlck Bradford County Florida Urn, Urn We got- 'cm-Those delightful H.isBsCalldy Kisses

home Monday from Sebrlng '

p, .1 i, garden; seed at J. F. Kick Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Uowlins; am rompanled by her (daughter, : .' OK PI'IU'(' \'I'IO'1.011' AWhoIeQuarandaBalloan-t lOc ; ; 11r
daughter/ Nettle, are la Tallahassee J. C. Kampley.] In a few TA.V 1)KI.1: I" :

1"" e .- visiting her mother, Mrs SS\.. I they will leave for the AI

Uaiford was a bus!- S. Slroman. in North Carolina. .. In hereby Blvin, that D W
M I i 1.1I'k i of ....., holder of Tax v "Ilnr,. to Starke Saturday.Mi 4th day.of July A. U.l l'''! 27, IIHX t
.E" B. W. Hodges; of Jacksonville Mr.\ and Mrs. said. <:IM. llflcate In my cilice ant!
C. A. Cochran .
--'---- <\" upplloii-tlnit. for tux clopil\ to Is- HEAVY PLATES ;;
"uid 1\lrs. A. S. Crews spent spent Sunday with his. moths)r children of Frostproof, were thereon In iiccordnneo with .law, a BACON ... Pound 16c

..bursda In Jatksonvllle.! Mrs. Fannie Hopson an',1, grandmother of Mr and Mrs. Walter I described''ertlth-ate property embractH situated the follow In Wonderful for Hotting j jVANCAUP'S

--- ]Mrs.( Lucy Powell.L. Saturday. They were enroute : County, Klurldiii. to-wlt I :
1 2 H 4 6 II> of Ulock IH In I Y
and daughter after
Mr, Pearl Snyder spending several weeks in Section 19 Township T,
Ionise spent! Tuesday shopping In S. Hutto attended the bal] mounta'ns! of Tennessee. : Range 22 Kont. Banquet Tea i

Jacksonville.rs'j\ game! and /Huh fry at Tallahassee HHHXHHment of xalil prnp rtv
the mild certlHcntc tested wan
Saturday, returning borne Sunda;; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colley the name of John Mullady. MILK
of thel State morning. their the IcsM soil rertincute shall bo re This is Ice Tea Weather .:
) G, Godwin as guests past week, .. according to law, tax. deed .
visitor to Starke Tueu and Mrs. C. C. Colley and Issue, thereon on the 9th day of '
arm was a 1929.! 3 Large Cans .. :. ______ 28c 1-2 Pound Tin ,/Jc '\ ,
111'3.V. li. Struth end :
Junior of Jacksonville Mr. "hotel;; :.er.I5U.
fay, afternoon.Mi : .; day of AUIIUMI, A \ I
Miss Leah Struth, have returned :Mrs. J. K. Robinson and Miss IKSIt. 6 Small Cans __ ___ 28c l-l Pound Tin 2/c ; j

and Mrs J. L. llarrell of from Jacksonville where they ,were ginia Kugate of Ocala and, ) .l O..t"I'k\V. of Al,,Circuit I5UMAN.: Court, f '

[Lawtey weer visitors 'to Stark. guests of Mrs. W. Laurie Edwards. son, Ray Colley o,AVIldwood. t-II-8 Bradford County Florida Compound Franco-American I I. ''f

\\\'edneHday. Miss Ethel Griffin has returned Mrs. D.I I. Ames who has '
) ( ] 01'
Miss tibedla Plnholater oirtoker from Gainesville where she has spending two months' In 'l.,\ \ 1)i!::h::11 Lard 2Pounds25c Spaghetti 2 cans 23c ::1

was shopping In Starke been taking a six weeks course at and North Dakota with her : ,
: ..... then D. W. ; ,
the University.Mrs. : I In hereby glv*." ,
| nttertioon.Mri : George Dobell stopped In \
\\Iomlay( : holder of Tax ( tlnVate No "
Thursday for" a'short visit 4lh tt..y of July A. I U 1941! ban I, fi
--- Graham Herman; ; G. Krause; ; and / <1 mud; certlnrnto, In my olllee\ and Southern Large Fancy ; ,
I Uqulla Joneatot continuing on to her home in .. application 1 for tux deed I to l I"-
visitor to Starve Monday at- young daughter of Tampa: are vas Worth thereon In accordance with law )
\"t a lung at the home of Mrs. 0. J. certificate embraces the follow I
|ernoonI described liroivel-tv siiuali-d' in Pound32c Potatoes 5 Pounds 25c 'x :
Orinin.Mlines. Mrs. Creason and son. \',- 12 act"'I'M of Southwest guar| ,
.I I t D Baxter of Brooker, was 1 a of Enid Oklrt., Ilev. and Mrs. or Nortlinant, quarter. edlnn 811
liltor to Starke Monday after Ethel Griffin and Ruby, !liam Daugherty: of ; 7. South llaiiKe, lit Fat, '

I l( ,m Dyad] and Mrs Herman O. Krause Olila] and Jay Daugherty of ] .... assessment' 12 acr "of.. Paid prop, ft National liiscuit Four Kinds .

spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Okla., have returned to : the said cprtlfl< utc Issued wn

lion A D. 'Andrews of Raiford, Jacksonville visiting relatives.] homes after a visit of two 'the....name said' of.cvi.\V.llllcitte!'', Fuller.Hhull be 1'I I
I rat a business vlstor: to StarkeI ] with Hev. and Mrs. W. E. D ",.>d neroidlnir'' to law, tax dead. To Bag 30c
I Dr. W. C. Young of Tampa has erty. \ |Issue then"1.ii on \the Vl7i day of i ,
londay : '' A. 1>. 1929,
arrived ]In Starke and, will open --. ]>atcd; thin. 5th day of August, A. 0,

offices In the near future where he Mrs II. -Jourdan and, 11129,
col; and Mrs. D. K. Knight and O. 'Y' AI-DnilMAN, I I
Alert California
on Paul], spent Sunday at Jack- will practice his profession.Mrs. Robert and Frank, who have ( al) Clerk of Circuit Court, t ,

onvllle Beach Herman G. Krause;: Mlaa few visiting! weeks,, friends, have returned In Starke to t Bradford. county: Klurlilu., : Peaches 3 pounds 25c I While Onions 310s. 25c ';

Mrs. J. H. Lord and Mrs. CUt Ruby Dyal and Miss Ethel; Griffin home in Wildwood. They were : 'ICM OP APrl.M'VUON loll I ,

onl Krusa were In Galneavllleilonday will occupy the Klckliter: cottage companied home by Mrs K. 'I'1II:1'U:

on Ktngsley Lake, .from Thursday; 'Iliggs and sons. Leslie and
"! ollr.. In hereby iilv"'n, that P. 'V.
through Sunday. where they will; remain for a : ( "", holder of Tan Certificate No. I Fancy Firm Enlich Malt '
to.'t: 4th day of July A. !>. 11127. ha..
Slate's Attorney and'Mrs. H. V. .. said certlllcutu. In my olllee and I
might visitors! In Jackson Mr.and Mrs. O. A. Andreu and The three circles of the .! uppllcatlcin for tax deed. to Is- Tomatoes pounds 25c SYRUP Can 35c
: were thereon In accordance with law - -
Illf' Tuesday daughter Thelma of Stuart Silent W. M. S. will hold an all Jay certificate. embraces the. follow / ,

L. the week-end In Starke with rein] In B at the Klngslev] Lake I described property situated In N

M'a' .. Selina.White of Tampa, Is tlves. They were accompanied
h< guest! of :Mrs. W. B. Mundy fort home by Mite! Hannah Swindell. dayAug. 13th. Members h".t quarter Section tx, Town Silver NipGRAPEFRUIT
the of date 7, 8oulh Range 22 dust, con-
please] note change (
-'vera I days visit. 2U acres
!Mr. Gary ,Knnls and his mother. come prepared to sew for the anMexBHient' : tlnf..nIt.J: propprty i JUICE----L: ice Can 22c
have the mild war -
Mm It. A. Newsom has'been tllii !II Iwl's, W. B. Ennis of Tampa, ell est. Each member will the name of WIllMattalio.. to, "t''q

her home Cherry street with returned home after spending the andwlchei and one -other ...... said ccrtlllrulB Khali be re- } + i!
and Mrs. J. W acionllnn to law, tax. deed
week-end with Mr. of food for the noon luncheon.
11 "vere attack of tousllitls. Issue tlir<'on on\ the Uth day of I
Morgan.Mr. A. U. 11+29.lor" .
thin 5th day of Annual\ A.. I
"Flies} have caused more
Mrs }Fannie Hopson and grand- I I ,
Hoffman vls- and Mrs. Jolin Bentley and '.han all wars" says Major + 0. W. A1.DN.ilSL1N, I ;
(laughter Vera May .Bradenton, have returned of the Medical ) Clerk ,,>f Circuit: t..uurtBrudford ,
Ittle: son. of sam Department c:
Monday SThI Ir
tad friends :In Gainesville County, Florida t L
home after spending Sun the United States Army j r :

Ml a Mattle Harley was theN day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs the fly came Into the world It I 1S'3'! 'i11Qi17WttgDUM" 4

t,k-end guest ot11') and Mrs.. J. W. Morgan. been synonymous with
---- of pestilence and diseases" COFFINS & 'CASKETS I
I Where
M McVergh of Jacksonville.! Satisfaction is a Certainly ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon, and with FLY-TOX tt la a very ]
and a Full Line of
Slate's Adklna otCla'n children Louise, Irene and D. C easy matter to rid the house
Attorney .
of Kustla.; are spending several lies-to keep it fresh 'and ,, ; .
: !'! 'ivllle, was attending to Lush If., Undertakers' Supplies
days In Starke the guests of free of insect taint. FLY-TOX I
Ie'a In Starke Saturday. '.
---- Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Green. the scientific insecticide AUTOMOBILE IIEARSE I About 40,000 acre tract Im Columbla -
+ I
SI: Ray Colley left 'the latter at Mellon Institute "of ] i Alvsn en h..... The Nat eenlet county, which begins five ( + "' ,] ,
visit to Mrs. C.: C. Shepanl, and sisterinlaw Research by Rex Research the !I."..' prt_. HpMtal. .t- miles northeast of Lake City, and tyr; 'I' 6 +,
bars of the week for a
\ '
Mrs. C. A.'Knight, left Satur ships FLY-TOX has a t.ntr.as larapb reera.RCRISTKBEU runs In northeasterly direction to
few Oi,']leans, Ga., KMBAUUIII line purchased by --- -1 i : +,r1i r1iForest
day by motor, for Macon fragrance Is harmless to Baker county -M ;
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Slmplo instructions for DEWITT C. JONES Service, United States Department
Dr and Mr. George P. Raylaioml where of agriculture. 1 a
Math la. ALL household Insects on '
are spending a week'. inI'lreen STARKE. FLA.
bottles. INSIST
]labeled on
'; Cove Springs. Mrs. James Kite who has been TOX.-Adv. +llliYeeaJif "".' Illr,i'n-. '",i ,i"i"-lii'll;;;i ,, IIpIi,, t \ 1
{ / ) I
month In Birmingham 1R'11119'
anlll\trs.'C. A, spending a

,Knight Mrs E were. M.\ Johns visitor to .Jackson- Ala.] was accompanied her daughter home, Mrs.Wednesday A., R1CISTR.1TI0OTlCE: !GAIETY, ] t

I'llle Saturday. by The registration books of

Amberson.Mr. city of Starke FInr'da will Say it with Flowers I

Mrs. Otis A. Barge and children, open at the office of the city THEATRE
and Mrs, VT. F. Barefoot In Starke, for the registration
left; Saturday for Atlanta, after a.month's Flowers For All
I and daughters/: of Sanderson, electors, from July 11th to
stay at Klngsley/: Lake.
bf Jacksonville ust 10th 1920.
I Mrs. Jim Shaw, Occasions ii .!I 1 I,
of Mr. and C. A. FUTCH.Registration
; Sunday guests
. Mr and Mrs. Charles Hill of were Officer. hion. (,! 12-13

Palmetto, spent Sunday with 1\11',1 Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. 810. of Starker Fla.Plant ] Gertrude Godbey zTues.: :e'e' a;,
| nd Mrs. Louis H. 11111 at W II. Hart left Wednesday for City Bulld'ng- .;J LEA JOY t

|Klngsley Lake residence. he Is to become Anderson I
I St. Augnstlne, where 'ormerly'' housed Sam's lunch In ri4.s# I'I
Mrs. manager of the Hart a pool hall on South Collins 06
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and and '
W 'daugU- Stores of St. Augustine being renovated preparatory Phone 39 Waldo. Fla. '
H Edwards and little Beach, occupancy: by Raney Stores, "Made Made ''Voma,, 1
-tel''. of Lawtey, were visitors to Daytona ?

J Starke Wednesday, 1\lrs. E. Stansbury and daughter. :NOIIlH OP .PI'LI. ("'TIO 3rd Episode of arzan IhcJMighty ai t
O T.\\' I>KKIXntlrn >
Edna and Mrs. John Uglow LET'S. DISCUSS YOUR
MHS! Orace ''''ood'"left Sunday!: Carrie visited
and daughter, Miss 1 I. hereby irlv n, that
_for Lawtey where she will be a S. H. Dodd In The- A. haves holder of Tax, fertltlc = --" .....,.I.+iitVii' ,lilUllillUI+ "IIUim" +. ,!"HlUlllllHt.l! .is j ,+t',

I member of the Lawtey school. fac- rev and Saturday Mrs. afternoon Jo.Its IKS nirri' 6th unld day rtlflc-nta of July,In A.my D. aLl ( IS I rRB; Thurs.-Frl. 15-16 ; I' ; '

Julty for the coming term. ressa a.t rondo application for tax deed fROM DANCER. WHO. EVEN WHIM .

guest, hua'thrrrun In nrcordanre SAF&, IS ON HIS GUAB.D"-,./ BUSINESS!' ;;
i Mundy-and certificate. embrace .
Mrs. W. B nw H.ilil/ JOHN BAUKYMORE :
Miss and brother ,
Annie Davies of Tampa, DorothY ,olloulnpr described. property '
". E Davies, of Honea Path, S. C.. Miss Sclma White Moody are itit In Bradford County, .Florida IfI jJ and ,
and Olin 1' '
Sapp wit: 1 'I
];ft" Thursday of Mr. .
guests last Thursday and Friday at Southwf' quarter of MAY\ McAVOY
|and( Mrs. 'v. n. Mundy. ,,pending of ".carter of Northeast quarter/ Hurt ) I
Jacksonville Beach the guests 16 Tnwnnhlp 6. South Range 23 : In In a .way we're professional: busy-bodies. It. is
K. B. Compton ,,nntnlnlnK 10 acre. I I .
Mr Mr. and al1"'n..nt' of said .
and par- The
of incler the aM certificate Issued. "The Lion and.the our function to cJiscuas; other people/ business
tn.Mr.: and Mrs. Caus aux C.! Forehand of Albany, In the name. of, I'nknown. IfjF.lhre I !
paranoia: for a ten Mr.. D. fnlcim said certificate shall be Mouse" ( '
left Tuesday Jackson {
Has Ga. and Miss Florabelle 'I..m"Ml. according tw law tax with them, because! so often we can render
) s visit In Tallahassee. Ga. will arrive SundaY will Issue thereon nn the 9th day .
W. of Baconton for a visit with theIr sisters Scntember.. thin A.Sth O. 1929.Datrd day. of August, men of industry ....,..1. "STAGE C'onnlr FRIGHT'Saturday valuable financial aid that leads to expansion. 1
Mrs. n. A. Weeks and son, and 11'1. T r I 192. the njccot: ml M/ecy of tide buii.f I IINtSijI
|T were In Jacksonville] Friday \Irs. D. P. Carpenter ( !) f>. W. by provuttnii, In dins of pro*.
T. Long. Clerk of Circuit: Court } pertcy,fw akap.sbke mlifonunc* ., 'I'ARI.In4' ''' ..
|l"re he underwent a slight operation .- ford County, Florida.9saee of

| Brownlee has Stock fin Iniurinu doe (Jew thin 17 .
Mra' Elizabeth It ufcfuanfa your budna by pie>
to Daytona Beach where she \OTICK OF APPl.lCtTIOM lectinf roil i UMf .low by 6... BANK OF STARKE
Mrs S. A. Barefoot of Baftow, gone visit her Bon-In-Iaw| and T\\ IIKKH K. _--.J.uaIaI YAK ASIA CANUTT

jw "Pending several days in Starke will and Mrs. A. V. In"Captain

I'ltb. her son and daughters-ln- daughter Judge Notice U hereby.'flv.n. that. .. AN !
A. Hay. C. WALL Cowboy""KE I
| Mr. and Mrs: P. M. Barefoot. No. 434. 4th day of July, A. D.. :
certificate In \ i-
and I I a H tiled f.ild my f'omedy

Olin Mundy. of Iaurene. C.:, is 1 1\Ir. and Miss Mn. L. A. Holloway Cecil. Robert 10 and issue made thereon application la accordance for tax INSURANCE MY KING" EJ. H. Matthew: I>rt.It. !L.7. Davis' ('_blt-p 1 I It

here Ms brother children. wheooeha aw. Staid certificate embrace
on a visit with been occupying

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-= = when hens are molting- The 1'AItIER4' WEEK: mOGKAM! at the close of the sermon he an- high tepot the waiting, (but;;

mashes contain the protein concentrates -I nounced, "All those who have "Come along ma," urged tI\f 'on

IQ while grains contain very A dally program of Farmers' children tbey wish baptized, please ductor "If they had gV| '',, "
How to I VOI\
Farmers & Farming I\\ little To rob molting hens of their' Week to be held at the Universityof song In their names at once." The more yeast when you war ...iyoud'd

: RaisePoultry proteins Is simply to prolong the Florida at Gainesville has been clergyman, who was deaf, supposing be able to rise belt, '

molting,, period until enough, pro- posted In the windows of Corpen- that the clerk was giving out "Yes young man" she r''I,?das

Editor' teins are assimilated to supply the ing's Drug Store and( Canova's the hymn-book notice, Immediately at last she hoisted her '
Airrlcultural )
{ (Ry feathers needed. Pharmacy. arose and said: "And I want to I triumphantly "and If ti l." imS

Dr. L. D. LeOear V.S, of for the benefit ot those who given you a bit more !
q -- -------- -- ----- : Uy; The regular scratch grains may Due to the limited number say yeast I d
I St.Lout Mo. be fed Including oats, wheat and programs received by the county haven't any that they may be obtained be better bred."
Arc Invited to Contribute Ar
Farmers and Truckers Dr.t.eOrl jir.idlt.uit*of the Ontario front\ day between I *--_. _
Coila corn, but not too much corn as it agent It is impossible to put one In me any
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Veterinary ** l8Vi. Thlrtr- the I three and tour o'clock, the ordi- Alas! Love lit llllml
year*ol vvMrtnarT pr ccic
To lie Best Suited to Our Country I llv' Hock poultry and tiouJery and.tock EmlntMit raUlng sunflower seed and linseed meal In complete program of each day nary little ones at fifteen cents, "In trouble" asked a |i. ,'nI

I J I N.aon.Ilr known poultry br...._. the mash. Also a little more 'meat has been posted in the above men- and the rpecial ones with red backsat motorist of a couple:! in In ','',,
i _. .-.-._---. .-.-...- -_ _. Noted author and lacturor.UKCJ1STK scraps or cut ,bone that Is usually tioned places! and all farmers are twenty-five cents each."-Jour- beside the road on a mt"". ",,,1 lIt'
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-==== --- --- : ; ;s.y fed and give plenty of milk If pos- asked to look these programs over nal of American Medical Assocla- night.
.\TIOVIMWATKS IOSi: :u : -- -- ---
\U\\NCIo: : HAUMMIH: j Article XXVI sible. A good mineral tonic is also! and plan to attend the meetings ton.: "Hope," came the reps! ID
: (: )OI)1Tt014D :ot EGI.EI'T15G; ; COTIOVAT "
Invaluable. that will be of most Interest shouldIt love
1 .\n lI:nS' \\'KKK: \KVKHT HKASONCalnesvlle : KIIOKIIMNG: Tin
.\sse.\I. Yeast as a fcxxlThe I
Remember the molting hen is be Impossible] to attend. duringthe "Well., It's the same th nl \nd
farm really very much out\ of condition entire week stout old lady was strug- the Interrupting motorist di onraetto .
Gainesville, Fla] -- Fla.-Colton _
but that craeful Handling and Special attention might be call- .
that there severe ]loss Curt-fill and Ht' hit le gling valiantly but against odds
relstratlons'lndlcate, of Florida Butter n IVM'dliug<< input Work will
ers special l diet will help to speed up ed to the fact that the address on rcHunied .
attendance at the allowing their, cottonto of lien During (ho 200 to mount the local oil
will be a good ,every year by handling the passage of this trying period the Mediterranean Fruit Fly sit- of some pounds Ht well.
1929 Farmers' and Fruit Grow in the open bolls anon Trying Onl-Jil of the :Moltll\\ .- -----
weather -- -- :
Then as she begins; to ket back to uation will be given Tuesday
Week which will be held at' Cotton treated In Do Much Toward .leeelervatia
ers' the ground.
normal work back to 13th. For Infor-
gradually morning, August
the University August 12-17. this manner Is often decreased in Their Itftuiu to 1''odu"tlv.Jt'sM. the regular feeding practice of the mation on other meetings consult
Within a week after room reserva at ]least one full grade, and We can charflB
value laying period. Avoid sudden the dully programs, or call on the your
lion cards were sent out halt of the farmer is the one who stands The"' thought has often occurredto changes as they will only delay county agent.A Y YE 9..5 8 URS

the dormitory space was taken. this loss. me Hi at civilization had compelled full completion of the molt. Careful STORAGE BATTERY In

Requests for room reservations The above summary represents both man and fowl to do t a adherence to these methods la clergyman anxious to Intro- I ISmith's
continue to come In every day. the conclusions ot Dr. W A. Carver great many things that nature never
sure to speed up the molt with a duce some new hymnbooks directed -
P The preliminary printed pro- assistant cotton specialist of Intended to do. Civilization and .
t in
commensurate Increase egg product the clerk to give out a noticeIn
prams: have come from the press he Florida] Experiment Station I evolution combined have also :on just when prices are be- church In regard to them Immediately -
and copies have been sent to each order to prevent this loss Dr. Car changed.; many of their natural; I Stark*
ginning to soar upward. after tlfo sermon. The
county farm and home agent. ver isuKKeats; that the first picking bodily functions. Yet, with Incomprehensible Garage
clerk however, had a notice of his
of Fla.
Those who expect to attend the he made when about one-fourth stubbornesB they still -' with
meetings can secure programs at the cotton has opened, and followed retain organs and habits for which Plant City Local post office own to give reference to the

the offices of the agents. These other pickings ..t 7- to 16 day thfe need has long since disappear enterlor__ being. .Improved___ __ _. n baptism of _infants._ Accordingly, __ .-- _
programs tell Just what will be t Interval Cotton should never be ed. A man's appendix, for Instance .

going on every hour during the day glmvd wet If It can possibly be is.his souvenir of some long \

for the entire week. avoided, he adds. forgotten physical function, while ,

In a statement 1 sued this week dinners can do much to Improve the fowls' habit: of molting is her ,r 8"".....'..,n....,."."..

r '4" '. Miss Flavla Gleason state home the quality of Florida cot- reminder of the time when a vital '

demonstration agent, calls attention ton, Dr. Cater states. When dull neE-d'existed for the periodical remoVal -

to the fact that there will be saw teeth are used in ginning they; ot her feathers.A Hit'

L complete, program for the wom do not penetrate between the fibers hen in the wild state frequently

en, beginning Monday afternoon readily and are likely to break had to depend on her wings for # I e

r and continuing through the week. them. Cotton which: Is gin-cut and flight from birds and beasts of

A day nursery will be maintained! lumpy always 1 la sold at a discount prw Her feathers, moreover A

for the small children so that the were er only protection from the
mothers may give their full atten The speed 'ot' the gin saws is an clementf*. In the wild Eta: she led

tion to the lectures and demonstra important factor In turning out they wet .undoubtedly In need of

dons lint of maximum -Uniformity In repair and renewal at-the end of a l 'ri

1 Entertainment,; programs In or length and smoothness. For gin strenuous season in brush and I I

near the University auditorium n'ng cotton up to and Including briar. It was to be expected there-
Inches a i wise Mother Nature
one-slxtseth that
will; be given each evening at 8 one and tore t
speed of about 400 revolutions per would provide some regular auto
o'clock, One of the features plan
10 Inches India matic method to supply the needed
ned for these programs Is community minute for saws
singlDR. The annual picnic I meter \is recommended. For 12- renewal at the proper time.

will be held Wednesday afternoon. Inch sa'ws 320 revolutions per min Now the wild hen had only to I

August 14.Camping. ute Is about right. lay enough eggs to hatch out a
r' It the seed is damp or the. roll small brood When the chicks

facilities will be pro- too tight or hard, each saw tooth were old enough to shift for themselves

vided charge aga'n to 'Farmers'this year Week tree visitors.of will take off too many fibers at l n she was as tree from dutiesor i Gtfte(Imperial Sedan OZec portCoupeo

time. These may.be so many as respons'bllitles: of any kind as
Ay Camping space will be available to be teturned to the roll several a modern flapper is free from

irl near the new horticultural buildin times, each time taking more hosiery In the summer time. She
e The grounds will be wired for
fibers until the lump is cut In passIng was then at liberty to renew her
electric lights and a committeewill
between the ribs. The ginning coat and she could take the rest -
be in charge to see that every
of wet cotton is all too pre of the year for the Job. Now, civil .
is in good order. I.
thing valent In Florida, Dr. Carver as ization has changed all that -
r salts, and it is coating the farmers Whereas the wild hen might laya /
BKLfMT: )""hUii: : IN Tim
]less and started
of the state heavily. dozen eggs! or
IU:.:!' TimC'KOP
tl- hatching at once, the civilized: descendant if -
POl'I Tn'I'UOORUI I'Oll Is expected to lay ten

VAKMKUS'VKKK: : : : : 'WILI< times that much and gets no c/Inn
I We growers of general crops v K.MIMIASI/i: "MAIUvKTIMiCalnesvllte chance to exercise mother In .
turn: as cotton and corn are often stinct. Instead, her eggs are hatched titicLnq

a ,, urged to select seed in the field Fla,-One of the by a machine and her chicks : .
In the tall Instead of waiting till '
most complete poultry programs, foster-mothered by a capon' or
: and gathering up a bunchof
ever scheduled for Farmers' Week brooder.
kind of seed we can find,
any event which will be held during Although man now provides
The sad part of It Is that so few ,. the week ot August 12-17. N. R, shelter and protection from wild 'Two New Models
attention to
of us have paid".any Mehrhof extension poultry special beasts, the hen takes no chances;

Mt' this advlre. lilt ls lu charge of theprogram. she continues to molt. Th's! would
? Sometimes I think we are a little <
{ I. One of the phases of. poultry be no great consequence were It ,
bit peculiar. We complain about I not that laying and moultingdo
production which will receive special egg
our seed "running out" and our attention this year Is market- not often go on together.; A hen

'A crop yields getting less and yet Ing. The entire afternoon of Thursday can neither eat and digest enough of/heCHEVROLET SIX
to take the time
we ( August! 15th Is being given to food nor supply enough energy to
to do a few simple things that we
both feathers and a
this subject Among the speakers produce new
know will help to keep our seed
for t** afternoon are J. N. McBride regular supply of eggs. Conse- I
pure and our crops productive. ,-agricultural agent for the quently, the longer a hen takes for ,
e "We haven't got time" is our an- Seaboard Railway; C. R, Ryan the molt, the less time she has for Broadening the appeal of a line you will be Impressed by their

nual Field excuse.selecting our seed corn, I manager of the Central Florida laying l and the less] profitable It : of cars which has already won individuality and completeness.
Poultry Co-operative Association;; will be to feed and care for her. v:
There cotton Is and no potatoes question takes about time that. I Julian Langner marketing expert; The bfg problem In connectionwith ;" over 950,000 buyers since January But you cannot' fully realize what ;.

and L. M. Rhodes commissioner the molt, therefore Is to '
It Is much easier to go to the crib, a Chevrolet djs achievement J' 4 4's
of the State Marketing Bureau. make It as short: as possible. 1st, presents two an they represent
the seed bin,or the storage house
a" t Dr. O. B. Kent research worker Carefur breeding offers one solu ,"
Just before we get ready to plant I tinguished new Enclosed models until you get behind the wheel
for the Quaker Oats Company, will tlon. Good layers will not stop

it and Is grab to pick up a seed bunch out of at seed harvest than appear on the poultry program laying until late August, early .- 'l of the Chevrolet Six;_the Imperial and drive! For here arc all the :'
twice during the week He will September or later and are .
time and save it until planting discuss battery brooding on Thursday through In about six weeks. Eggs t, Sedan and the Sport Coupe. With qualities' of six-cylinder smoothness I
tme.! However the time Is time
,; morning and broiler: production for hatching should always be '
and will be worth beautiful Bodies Fisher and acceleration
well spent mon- on Friday morning. Dr. KentIs from such hens. lIens that molt new by power "

{, ey to us In the long run. from to attend early and take two or three months .
We should select seed from coming Chicago :,: available in a variety of striking which Chevrolet alone provides
Farmers' Week for It 'should] be watched carefully. .
plants that are free ot disease and Besides these subjects there will' ] The chances are they do not : color combinations and with num the price range of the font-com. t' c
if bear good under normal conditions -
be the usual round table conferences lay enough to pay for their teed
as well as measure up to ; merous advanced convenience (eabined with of better than
on the major problems of and keep but would be more profitable economy ;
wr'ti our type that we.have selected as poultry production. Growing It marketed for the table.
tH tures-these models miles the
.] desirable' healthy chicks feeding for egg By constantly culling out the new provide twenty to gallon of

I Cotton should mixing be at kept the gin.pure This by production, and accreditation of loafers and breeding; only from in abundant measure, those degasoline! __ ... !
preventing ,
.. "
breeding flocks are subjects that the best layers a flock will eventually .. t
p: Is one of the greatest troubles with will be discussed be built up which will require ,. ments of distinction ordinarily .. \ ,

t cotton seed, only a very short vacation \ V, Come in today. Learn yourself "
Corn that Is selected for seed associated with more expensive: "
period for the molt with a corresponding '
Aeronautics community advertising '
should be well cared for and kept ''time devotedto ,t b'l't h c new standards of quality and
Increase In
and general principles of the ,, '
\ automo /
from weevils and other ?
theory and practice of chamber of : laying. Very careful handling r', I luxury that Chevrolet has made
b pests. commerce organization work featured and feeding Is desirable at all ,
Let's Invest some of our time the first annual school for times, however, to keep the vacation *: When you examine: the new 1mavailable in six-cylinder cars. I
At harvest In selecting good seed .
at minimum and the .
for the next crop, and watch it iud southern other community commercial leaders secretaries held a period at a maximum.production ', pedal Sedan and Sport Coupe at prices within the reach of all; !

pay dividends In better crops. ,
Avoid anything that hinders layIng -
it Gainesville at the University of "
like sudden changes of feed. '\ :
Florida last week with a representative -
FAIMIR:- luI.n04: TON group of Florida civic It may bring on 'the unproductive "!<., ( ThehoadecerSS25ThePhaeron,5325Tb.Coupe' ,$593;The Co ch,$595TheSport; Coupe,( .c"

JIUUl'C'1I HKII: : carters In attendance. molt sooner than need be. On the The Sc.anS573The Impe.Sed.a.. $69'.TheSe .a Deliyer9'Tbe; LlghcDeUverrCh..I..coo,

other hand, correct feeding and a ,jj' Tb I TooCha.n ,$14f; Tn. I !ii Too Chasm w&tbCab.S6.O. All price to.b.factory.Flint.MJchuSi5

1 i Blountstown When County Prodnctlon at the Florida Port- little extra care may accelerate f, r .
Agent J. G. Kelly conducted a tour /; ;- ,
lan<1 Cement Company temporary feather growing so the hen can
ot Calhoun county farmers last >halted several weeks ago for I complete her new winter costume : J--: : ,COMPARE the delivered: price a* well as the list price in considering automobile value \

week to demonstration where annual over-hauling of kilns and I and get back to profitable production ,. '} t. 'Chevrolet ,'d l1Veud paces include only reasonable charges for delivery and financing
hairy vetch was grown as a winter naclilnery will be resumed within In a very little while. .

I cover crop during the past winterhe the: next few weeks probably I During the molt fowls should ,' '

} convinced one man that It pays about the middle of next month. have the very best of care. They .. ':
( to grow vetch on land to be planted The temporary chick.!! of production I should have ample shade an ::;:,
""F} -
i to corn. was In no way a hut down but abundance of green food and '. Z".:,: .

There were several farmers on lust the annual rpalrs, overhaulng plenty of fresh! water. They should ';;: .

the tour who were convinced of and other work, and none of !>se protected from dampness, :1 .

the same thing butane In particular he: 125 workmen were laid off. drafts and exposure of any kind. "

'> J. 8. Leonard of lilountstowu. Very late molters should be especiallY Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company

uv. showed that he was convinced by A group; ot Seminole count protected against cold. If

'4Jl s placing an order for one ton of Farmers and citrus growers held a possible put molting birds to \

;r' vetch need to be delivered this tall meeting at Sanford Saturday at- themselves They are timid and ,'

He expects to plant 100 acres. [eruoo.n at which time plans for a self-conscious when bare and the Starke Florida

": tearing house for the Florida vegetable other (hens will make life miserable .

r i r Collection of 87 percent of state crop was dlucussed. R. J. for them. The less hens are

and county taxes on real estate Is Holly introduced Judge C. 0. An- disturbed at this time the easierit

for irews ot Orlando who Interesting Is for them to food ;:, -.- -
a rather good record any county gave an convert Into .e .. .
even Jn* days ot prosperity. Tax talk on the clearinghouse Feathers. t& '

Collector D. P. Smith succeeded in plan. Judge Andrews told Proper feeding is of paramount .f!

tJ k b collecting 77 per cent of the taxeson ot the possibilities .ot the organ. m port a nee. Feathers are derived

personal property and 60 percent nation; and expressed his belief !rom the same material as eggs, ": "- -- -
of taxes on railroads making that it was the only relief of the Doing about 80 per cent protein. ItI j I x
fq'; M x X ii :aJ TTd fi PRICE RANGE OF
collection of 83 percentof present situation concerning the Is wrong therefore, to take away I r THE FOURPAGE
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i 1 'R all taxes says the DeLand,, Sun. raatketlng of Florida crops the mashes as many people do I I ,-=- ,. = -,- _.- ..- =-


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__ -..;:- ..:::. "" '1'. '!auses_ malaria fever a plant or an I quent Tampan from the stump, if have received 'month sin.' taking advantage of the ------
: $40 a > rains and ,
ing d rlhod .
: -=..:'- -. animal]'?!' I : Kind Mtuiiti-d' in ;t-'J,
-- .,,' .. not practiced at Tallahassee. dud .'
I the law was passed! during my "t ttlng strawberries. iiiimtv: Floiidn., I '
In. ..flt.f.:.' ,ft" :// A. It is an an'nml and in the That is where Governor !Martin's i The I.'t half ( K'',t..wi No.
=,' I'm administration and he forgets that Lh
...... v... d blood I Mrs. Cheshire has been sick the One O ) all of No*.
OUai is LI'I Three
.., ;:: ;:;;-,. .:: called an animal] parasite. I assistance Is gong: to be of he permitted the legislature to last week. We are glad to see her (8) p'lv. (6) and ...) ((7)) of Block 'f; I

::? tI I \.W\ Q. What Is the meaning of"I1araaI8' great practical benefit: to the tax add to the pension roll of the state No. Twpnty-Mlx (28) according ( I,
out again. I plat Original Town of Starke. j 4 .
payers. Knowing. much about affairs 41 new pensioners who have to be You and each of you are hereby ,

'd, -rbJ worTh a lamp unto my feet, and a light nnlo my path.-Ptalm 119:105. A. An animal or plant that of Elate government he is In paid $40 a month which necessitates Mr. Percy Grlflla and wife of not Iflod that I,.. II Alexander has t t s ,
II : filed herein! his ,
l lives at the Tampa are visiting hla relatives sworn bill of complain -
expense another Is position to I question and
challenge *
lad --1 an incerase In his mlllage. I .kln" to quiet and confirm '
1l; d U1fE1Ui1 All religious teaching doctrine called a parasite like the mlstle Intelligently.: lIe can put his fin- Mr. Carlton feels' perfectly at here while on his honeymoon. his title to the foregoing described /
''dng r U.. : .or toe Miss Pauline land. and tn cancel I and bar
W love vne: of Water any
1J. creedif rust on the this and that I
they are to have any ctainupon corn or ger upon and ask home or at his best when attack 01VII' or interest
claim you or either of
the)love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with (lea, hookworm etc. The malarIal why it is so. The replies to his ing the road department and says Haven was MII"| Julia TI- you may have you and each

tcachingS of Jesus the Christ whos4t worda fit Into every Cold and parasite lives In If son ot Boat dril n Sunday. of you ar. I .th.r"ll.ordered to uppeat' ; '
t the crevice manonly by queries they ara frank and In that there was a .there of $2.- :
he human heart) and of whom j it was said in John 7:46"NEVER teeding the IIeb lrll. P' l. Taylor of Hampton a anuwpr thpnald bill of comf.lalnt ,
r on
LIKE ThIS MAN." MAN blood cells of the accordance with the facts will en- 000,000 when gover- her mother, !Mrs. or I."ai' thereto according to I 0 ,

PAKE man.Q.. able the people to form their own nor. Everyone knows that no M. Griftla! Thursday afternoon.Mrs. A, 1>. 1029-., "under(28th) day of '
1'1 ,
PI'( ; YK HHAMj KNOW THKM lions'"" .\nd Daniel How do we know. that these conch usions.! Allu.t. penalty
iirttt answered! "My mlllage Is levied for the road department HU8sel Iornlby of d..r.e r.ro confi,,**o and-final decree 1
hi Matthew 7: 16r20. Jesus said: God hath sent bin angel], and hath parasites are found In the blood of For instance, in his latest state as the tax on real estate more being entered against you and \

,'e .hull know them by their. fruits. shut the lions' mouths that they persons who have malaria ment Governor Martin charges and personal property was Mrs. C. C. firlffls of Boatdraln I each plead, T>or f you.otherwise for failure answer to appear to the, :, ,,

'IQ, ,10 nion Rather .grapes of thorns haVe not hurt me." A. Because with the'aid of a that the appropriations of the last taken off during my administra Monday.Mrs. Raid bill And It In further ordered ',,
,, thistles? 17. Even so ev- Myrtla Lee of that this notloe be
f Tampa, was once n
,rU The law had microscope! we con see them In legislature totalled $15.537,401.- pUbl.h",1 ; 4
tree brlngeth forth evil been complied with. ton, No road department under visiting lilies Llllle L6e of Starke' week for four "u'Blv. ".k" In ,
nd'no r1 nit good'18. A good tree cannot and Daniel was taken out 'of the the red blood cells of persons sick 24 as compared to total appropriations any administration can completeall lass week. | of the general Ktarke circulation; a newspaper 'i.4

' rim forth evil fruit neither can den. Then his accusers were de wth: malarial fever.Q. by his last legislature of the projects when a new governor Mr a. M. M. Grlffls of Boatdraln, i saId Uradford county, Florida.published In

L corrupt tree bring forth good stroyed. Even the certainty ot be- In what way do these ma- 1463448883. This assertion' Is Inaugurated and they cannot was her daughter Sire I Wltne* my hand and oinrlal seal ,i

reo .raiL i <. Every tree that bringeth 'ng thrown to the lions did not larial parasites get Into the blood? is one that could, be easily sub accept allVontracts as of that &,. I". Taylor of Hampton Sunday. till 11)21)) ). the 24th %ay of July A. D., ..

- .ot forth good fruit I 19 hewn 'down, keep Daniel from praying to God A. In one way only: Throughthe stantiated or disproved by refer- date and pay up every Item that Is : Church services wil be hell at I n. \V. ALDERMAN, 4

''Dd abi into the fire. 20. Where- as was his custom. How many of bite/of a mosquito. Malaria ring to the record. If it is true. owed when a new governor con'esinto I China Grove 11 ((8011 ford Clerk, County Circuit, Florida.Court, lirad- 19 ,
",rt b) their fruits ye shall know us have such loyalty to God ? Let s not acquired by drinking impure then no explanation however ofllco. PYIUTH II. 8MITIID13AU Is ,,.,t lj
'"prnver: Father give us'the In- us remember that the mouths of water, eating Improper food adroit would put back Into the i'ontrart IU htR NO'lit'13 OP i'iswr 'IMHTIMi Ol. Solicitor. for Complainant. j4 ; '

of Thy Holy Spirit that the lions are not always cloned. breath'ng foul air or bathing In pockets of the hard-pressed taxpayers (''Kill'I'OIISi --, -7-21-6t-8-28. 'v
,.1110 The court of Florida
,! supreme
Many of the sun or In any other way than that additional! million dollars '
In God's FOIl PI Hf.lCVriO'V
fruit and followers
H e m . n reflect and lift up the living tor their faith. Even yet persecution. by the bite of a mosquito.Q. nor would it be easy to convince tpH for t thn 8mit hern Ul .trlot -ot itt I lh l
0 When a perfect right tn make contracts 1"'l'>rlrtn. I I Serial No. 021 Itt Popnrtment of 'p'1 ,'
a Hnnkruittcy. ;
Is mosquito injects any of them! that such -
hrut ui-ed: in \ ar.uaagatnRt : ::a: :.. '. malaria' generosity and bllbt In anticipation of In I the 11't:. of UniJKIlft,; & I the Interior, General (.and, omi-o) at ", 11'
Who\ does.God's spirit do for many Chrlstans.! There parasites into a man'sblood with public fundi can be funds TBN lNS'r: ITOII':> 1MA "I\t.., of Ulln"Hvtle. Florida July 13, ISS'J. "
iind that this decided
wer read-Montana 8:26. II what becomes of them was $tak I ) ', Fliu" ) COI', I I '
tt I
\11) Is but one safe and! true ? properly classified as "economy. 'IIVllh..o, tot Notte. I. hereby irlvpn thntNew- : 'Idf, :
way In he ',, s ., t <
suit which
nnil ton
----- A.: The a wan commonly Sumter.fllHtrtrt I Strickland of HI.I'k. Florida, ,
e /serve (Jail J, which Is to get into parasites which she Injects Further lie charges that new credited to Mr. Carlton as its In- I I iifiiri'HHlil.I ) i l>an krupt.I who.. on October 26. 1027, made \ ; :, I '
-' such relation with him Into the blood grow by feedIng boards and com missions have been Notice In hi'ifliy) Klvt-n that on I, Homet.ad f"ntry. No. 021431 forWent :
I that 0111'fear stigator. But If It be true thaI July 30, 1H29, the ilobtor .I'' .
on the blood red ; .KI wax Half of Northeast quarter ; I
Sl' J\Y SCHOOL of duty toward and love for cells and get created; that judicial salaries the road department owed $2, duly t niljujdKrd: bankrupt, and that !I I Hnctlon 4, Township S, Hanite ;at *J IA I
LESSON him come before all other ''arger ,anll larger, after attaining: have been left unpared and thatno -1 I Iht* first meeting of said I erelIti'svt '' Tallahassee I has tiled notice 4. ;
I things 1erhtlan. '
this maximum 000,000 when he went Into office II ba held tl :80S (C.ruhnm, HI"/.1 I I t of Three-year
growth at the consolidation of circuit Int..tlon
expense Judicial m"k. \ i
even life JackMonvlllt, I
I or worldly success and the road department should at .'Iorld., on 'i' 1'roof.to etabllh to the '
- of the blood cell the has 1 1)29) at 10) l.nc "
pleasure How I1arasitu been effected. lIe has even ( a. m. Ht whl'ht'f above dencrlbed, Clerk r"
many are equal to b.tor. '
leant credit for collected ald
I'OHl'H'HT: 11, 1 02"( that test? divides Into'tlny wedge shape half-way promised to give a Usot get having .their (r..Uor". ).)may. a 1I"'c, cuit Court, nt H'ark. Florll.l. on the :' }\
durng! and February trl. .. 30th day of
January August
pieces similar to slices of pie. those whose salaries have been .xnmln. the bankrupt, and transact .' W'
Daniel Among the I from the gasoline tax $1.210.409.1 .- o'' IUSIflesM Claimant name H* wln.....: ;' :
Subject a
rilltlSTIAX Then the blood cells\ break up and raised startling! aa Is the though come h.r said may pr.L.-ly J. 'H. Austin, of J'la. ) 'f,1;\
KXDKAVOH: >KWHThe and also \.t.r. 1..tn. .
Ions I set the young parasites free In that any pay boosts could have $.40.94.- l"t.d. 'lorldn. Aug. K.: W.Iln nharo. of S'ark. :;'
Golden Text: "TJje angel of the license fl, ). .. Htlrk.
the blood and each one of the new been possible at this particulartime. C. II. Htrickland. Stark.. Fla.OKOUCII3 1.,.
members Wee claim I is /
of the Christian properly '
encampeth"round about them tax which makes grand total of : I ;
orcl, a II.Ot'I: ,. C. CIIOMCommliiHloner "
parasites starts off ,
Endeavor have on Its own account executed .1 with the referee, .
hat fear him; and delivereth summer! contest entered which Is Into being the to enter other red blood All of these matters directly 3691350.98 which he Carlton olh.rwl"dividend. you. will nlt p.rtell.at"In 7-19-61-8-16. ot Register| '/, \; >
Psalm 34:7. received the first\ six weeks of his ( ",: ; ; lI
>iem. carried on all over the state. cells and repeat the process of the concern Jo Florldlans burdened with MOHOAN F. JONES. I l. g:
Lesson Text: Daniel 6:10-23.: The campaign encourages them mother parasite. taxes and harasseed by the Med administration.. The amount Is It. Uvferee I In, Itankiuptcy. fOl'KTY III'IKiKT 2 -IW.1<> I. : ,:

Panlel) was an old man at date to attend all the church services Q. How in malarial fever con- fly and other evil agencies. If $1,600,000 more than enough to ,'m/
The Clerk "
of I
the Circuit
>OTICI OK M\MTIK'M: Court ''i
8 %I.1I
t this lesson-80 or more years and take part In religious workof veyed to man? there has been no proper regardfor pay the debts that he claims he having prepared estImates of revenue '

Id He had been 'a trusted and all kinds. Many have visited !Malarial catechism continuedIn that another' 'nherlted from this department Notre In hereby given that under and receipt from source other t I I \
economy now virtue than taxes to bo levied : t r.i Ii
officer In the government the sick and Is quite sufficient to repair therearends of that certain Final reasonably
At the end of next week's paper. session of the legislature Is begin- l>ecree of t.r"I'lo""r. mnd.and rendered to be expected from the let day of ': \
Babylon' under several kings.ie this contest a C. of several Fords which uiy : '111.I ) A. t) l 2'l. to the ,
[ ning to loom as a ponslblllty and on\ 't \ ilIJ: 1)121)) by Ocob.r. ", 30th day I,; :;
had also been a prophet of God E. pin will be given to the member LET: TILE WO.MKV: : DO THE I expect him to shortly claim that Honorable A. X. AdUliiH: ; of the t.b.r. A. n., 1030. and theBald '" t"'." \
with the most points. A loving the tax problem Is bobbing up Twenty-Mini l h Ju..ltal. I ('lr"1 II and estimates having been properly t.,
mong the Hebrews In captivity UOIIK he Inherited from my administration. for .' I n that curtlttrd under oath were ordered '
cup will be awarded to the societyturll'nt aga'n. It Is well tbat the people Hrlul..c ( 1"1101. i i .

'icre After the death ot King! / In the best report, and $10 -- ._.hnlllr1 n____ knnw_____ ". ., Th._ __. ...Inlm._.... ._.rtt.._.".. ( li"ll.t.ln co tnpl rSI"e ii I tot t,.h.r.l.Inol 101 I la .t'ark. Io.wel i pread board and ntmn the the original nilniitoH to of the be *"ll .1, \ IC.
clshazzar and the capture of In ,gold Is to be given to the district I recently read a letter by a fellow made by Republicans that the In answer to the 10vernor'sclarge otherH are c.r'nol.nt., the under- I an a. part of the record of the Hoard(

akylon by the ]Medea and Per- with the best record. So farmer published In a farmpape'r state would be economically about my Everglades .1MI"c. 11,1 will ccli|! were In word, and figure na fol
please and make visit which got me kinder riled. more : Issue I desire to call his attention r.r 1''Hh to th.hlKhext and' b"Htld- low: ;//1' r'
anf as told In our last. lesson. "It come us a And when dander governed by two major political dpr. I II t.o, t ,,f the coil rt hoe so door I fienernt Fund
and help make our little society my gets raised. to the difference between In ttrudford ,
:eased Dnrfus, the new ruler of my t.rk" 1'"lly. 'Iorlla. Occupation and railroad
I parties Is one that has meatIn
usually give expressions to ,
go over the top. my bond Issue and hit t n Motulnv. Sppteinlivr 3ml, llcenwea I12SO.OO
'ie country "to set over the king- Miss Elizabeth Kendrick has thoughts."I it. In lieu of such relief what Everglades 111.> !l tinting 1 the Uial hl"r" of t.mil**, fine nnd C'nrfeUuire'I'umnt
rink an hundred and twenty ,!I could have married If I had could be more effective In digging Brown-Crummer scheme. My Everglades f.r tinpurpoHo of set lefylisa said From fines and (.(isis col
I organized a six weeks mission final d rrpff theHit oPrtnin lnndH' ly- lected ._ .. #t
Issue $10,000,000 to $7600.00 .
rinre which should be over the wanted to but I can along was ,
get Just
study class with the aid of members ; up the truth than au exchange of 'Inn end lielnic In B"lllol..1" county.1.'lnr"'a The hoard then took up the tniitt -
loir(' kingdom. and over these I of the Christian Endeavor. !as well without marrying" says statements by l present and past complete a state l project; and save .denrrlbed) a *: <-r of making ah estimate of the /

ireo presidents; that the princes "New Plans for Old- Purposes", this farmer. "I have an old maid executives? human lives, while his BrownCrummer The Hoilth half of the Koutheustqstanlcr nncesnarv expense of the county j ,
sister, and she of Houthuext <1"1' of I for tho fiscal your from 1 I. A. I).
can cook wash and to fatten ( ,
"iRht Rive accounts unto them. la the text book being used which legislation is Section wo (22), Township
Let the controversy rage and Twenty-t\\o 102l!), to /"I't. 80th A. ., ID,10, and : f
Tlieii this Daniel preferred describes the condition of the keep house. don't see any use ( bond people to the amount of Il" (H) HDUHi KaiiKt', Twenty-two I having, I the receipt estimated
was -
in marrying. I have a good home thumbs: down on the first to ('ry"ellough.I'alatka 110 : ) Nnwt, contalnh,1 I SO) aires' rnuior '" con"II.r.I and
world. .Wednesday evenings" at $35.000,000 in profits: and having given -
'ic-a the presidents: and princes t" "
:at my own and a nice car and Dully News. full of I tin' need
I I 1.01..I.rnII01
An Invitation is extended
7:30.: to debt-free state I II. )
the whole realm." The saddling on a I. KNIOIT. and .
ov T three 'forties' itf land. A wife I ,' i IIc""lll" th.county t and thn
her officials, became ;jealous of the public.Jesus' God's would be lots of trouble. She $170,000,000 In obl'gatlons.' R (1.1 ,:1 .to E'hlncory.A. I '." (to of the dlffxrent) purIHIHBH I .'
meet the
teaching on Loving
expenHH during
to flml wouldn't wont to have to work In Martin Says He DMInrtloti Solicitor for Cu"pll.IIII. !. the aId ,
ante) and "sought Care, Is the Subject for the Christian Vast itRt'i'i'fl () fiscal year, have determinedand '
the: field or do much except stay in I.Z. do hereby the follow ,
a against Daniel (' d"'lnr.
I Endeavor meeting Sunday There la vast distinction between ,
a to be the "t I nulled .
oCl'aa-1' the house with my slater and help Left Carlton 111 expmmm and I.
'usdom/ ; but he was I' night.!'; her and sister a $10,000,000 obi gallon on : MIIcl"I'and! ,'xtraol..Irlry exP ,
keep house.
flilier was there any Many /good and beneficial Ideals my can nsfn eisa t.iii islis t. year I
get along ;Just"' tine without any the Everglades alone und a$170- In flrrlll ('OI1t. 'rwentvSisth.TnI ; from ail valorem taxation and tl- I '
be received: from the topic.
uilt found In him. Il'nn Cash Balance smutted !
help. 000,000 obligation on the entire 'Irrul. CountyFlorida. receipts t""n other' IOU roes. I
The lender is Miss Inu. Forsyth.The .
Hioffll'lal; record was honest If ask I think drainage Clln.ry.l.l will lie available:
it is
you me, state. Had my Everglades -
at 7:00 of
meetings begin : (ienernl Kunil
'id efficient.! nut Daniel was o'clock and will end at 7:65 givIng mighty lucky for some good woman bonds been sold there would ,? "t.rk.,\ Ih\lllpnl Salary of Clerk: ot Circuit, r 't

flown to be a devout worshipper time to go to other churlhes that she didn't haveher life (Continued from page 1.) have been no necessity for his Petitioner, court a* county auditor I'' "

f r. God-Jehovah. Most of the as we have no church service on spoiled!\ by marrying this old, and U now maintaining scarcelymore hOe of representatives passing a State V"of Florida, and .1.rl. to_ county_ commlHHlonem -__$150000 ''i '
Inces, and officials'worshipped Sunday evenings during the monthof "slave driver" who thinks the only I than a maintenance orgin- bill to erect a monument to 3000 llepondent.nllflnf Per diem and Mileage -of ,
way a wife would be any good is ..of llonilw. county coinmlHiilonera .__ 600.00 )
his They knew that Daniel was August. for her to work in the field. If zatlon.. lIe promised to relieve people ,who were drowned in the TO TTIH( ,'JTI"I'NH: ANN TAX PAY Pay of sheriff for attendance-' \

I i the habit of praying to God Miss Edna; Stnnsbury entertained : "he has a nice home" without a the common school\ and all he relIeved -I Everglades. The next legislaturemay KKH A'. TJ :: ( HTAItKMANH :.. on county comn-illontirH eo.oo i

;roe times a day In front of an Friday the Christian at her home.Endeavor The Society afternoon wife and feels the way he does them of was the money they I have to consider. the erection (I JI JTINUH 1"fONI: IN"rmIJI'r.I.n. Attorney' for _county. __CommlHMlonerH __. _-__ 40.00 "

,ii'n window facing the direction spent In making belts about it, then he should by all were getting and turned It over of a monument to h'S: Brown, You c'h, YOI will take notice 1lll'rvl"ur of registration 24U.OO ) I

r Jerusalem as was the custom and planning was on a sale to be held means not marry. But I wonder 'o the bond houses which caused I Ciiimmer schemes which are now : that corporation the city ) :I Ikrh: lawn municipal H.lr., county building: .I. J

r the captive Jews. soon. Refreshments were served what he would do if the old maid the legislature to add 1 cent to the dying a deserved death at the of the Mtnte. of J"lorhl., bv and JII:. 't. Hfine- ,-__-.-____._______ __ 100.00 CO,00 ..1 ';:. ,sFurniture
sister should to throiiKh. ) Hi lies Illod
happen 'lty a
get marrIed -
Other religious sects have theme at the close of the afternoon. gasoline; tax to replace the money liandn ot the courts.I petition the rnuncl. caiiHeand alt fixture for r
and leave him! high and ? II .
dry .ty..1 "
custom as the Mohamme- Notice to !\Iembers-A business I he had taken away from the common have not provoked this con In above styled 'o.rt, under Furniture-0"11 and. fixture- -- 100.00 ,
I miss my guess however or date of 2:1.: A. 1))., to have, for : '("
July 1
\ins who meeting Is to be held at the homeof
pray toward Mecca.here schools and given to the bond troversy with the nor Jail ___ 20.00
this old boy will And that the vast governor the IdHiip .f Klirht Thoumind, t$H- ----- \' .
was also a custom In some !Mr. N. D. Hull, August 5th nt majority of men marry not for the houses. lIe promised to reduce do I seek a controversy with Him, 000.00)) ,dollar worth of liondx, a8nuthorlitnl Kxpenne Janitor, of county building: 'j. .54'

'ii'lent\ governments to deify the 7:30.: All officers and membersare physical labor they can the "alarles Instead of them else regarding politics. by the council of time fuel etc-------------_ 600.00 t'' ,
requested to attend. put ; reducing nor anyone City\ of HIBlKp, ,and provldnd: for J.llht. and water _2uit.00( ) I
iiing monarch. to be worshippeda The Christian. Endeavor District wife to, but for the home-like atmosphere he has increased them. I desire to continue peaceably In by law. validated r" confirmed bya I '- ----.------ on.on I
nthJ.ntRII -,______ 600.00 '
wife adds to other- le.'ree of the court
< God. a an \
beheld LakeButler Had I the space: I would give the pursuit of own prlvute Ihov. styled
Convention will: at wise -"nice\ home." A nice house my And that on July 23rd.:t A. 1>. I 1)49.) !> pauper, .t. 1<0.01 L'Coroner' I'
A law of the Medes and Per- August 10 to 11th. Registration the public a full list of those whose business but if, and when necessary ait order issued out or t the situ Imiueet, fee ot "
ans, being Is not necessarily! a nice home. It I'ntirt. .inralimt tho State' of Florida olcerl. etc. -.-.-- .-- 100.00 Y'.,
made could be 25 cents. ,
once not fee will salaries he has Increased and will In any manner shape or torn [ inquiries __ .
t .I
takes 160.00 !
a wife children and. as It, through the Honorable ----- \
1 change; This grew out of the wishing to attend, give their registration ; Edgar; Guest says,' "a heap o' liv- possibly do so later on. He promised :it becomes essential for me to de r.qulrl.1 I Jnlpht.tlh"'" Attorney for Stationery all Irlntnl:
1. \1\1'
lea that the ruler who made the In at once to Miss Carrie Ing' In house to make It home. to abollfh boards and commissions tend my administration from unfair of" "Tw.nty-HIILh, to chow Judicial ciiijxe Circuit before General f'ti:. ,,.- -lo---_-",_ --- 200.00( .

rree was Infallible. The Jealous Uglow.The Christian Endeavors are invited !Much better Is the sentiment expressed ; Instead he has created a abuse unwarranted criticism. the 'Ior.t.lonol'lhl. A. Z. Adklnx, Judl' Itecoru book --- ---- 800.00 ,'1',' i

fl-lals went to Darlotis the ruler of Miss by another farmer whose number of new ones. lIe was gong or malicious false statement, I of I Jurt at lilH Adv. reiUlred by law and (\\1"\, ': \ p,
to meet at the home &Sin rite. Hindford Florida, a paid for by the county_ 300.00 ,
f Babylon and requested him "to Carrie Uglow Friday afternoon at letter was printed Just above the to' cut Judicial salaries and shall do so without hesitancy and county In the 'loun'r'Circuit I on Commission paid to .'to!I'
lake a firm decree that whosoever 3 o'clock August 2nd to make old codger's. "I have never mar- abolish many ;Judeships: ; he 'has shall be found really and willing the I Iflth. d.y of AuKiint, A l>. I 929. Tax assessor ______ :nno.oo ;;" .i
iall ask ried because I have never made at 10 cu lock. A, M, why wald) bond* collector ________ MOO.oo '
a petition of any God or articles for a coming sale. money enough" says the other done neither. at all times. The people may -not i should not be validated and con"rmiHRFOnK Sheriff general court work ooo.ooIBO.OO 'i,1
an for thirty days save thee. 0 )Million in New Bonds understand the difference betweenan Clerk circuit court record J ,"
"The lot of farmer's
man. a wife Is
''tig', he shall be cast Into the den I'KIJSIIVTKKIANRev. : : no bed of roses at Its best, and until He was not going to sign any actual deficit and a fictitious mand you and each THRSra of you are are tooom-hereby I lag work and- _a.nera'_______.1__court_____ '.( ',I ,,o

r lions." Darius was flattered by I can give a woman at least a legislative bills creating more deficit, but they can understandand required to be ant appear before In.t."h.1 ______ ___ 200.00 {'

'.18.>! proposition, and at once signI ( G. II-:Lowry, minister.) I few of the comforts-a home that bonded Indebtedness without a presently will feel the difference the lun.rabl.: A. Z. Arkln., Judire Itraul.ford to. contingencies. p4.,
of Fnnil
I the decree which the princesId 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. she.. can. be proud of, a car, lights! referendum leaving to the people between Governor Carlton's county.cnllrt. /larke o'clock 81".1"nnrl.n.dwul.'u..Uur..'o.* H t ',:

already provided. Of -course' Truby, supt. and wateroaKs-so her whole lire to approve yet ne signed! bills\ 14 1-4 m'lla for state expenses and A. M., on the lltth clay of Anll.t. bi" In eases :::_ .$3000.00 :'

''Is'j law was procured from the 11 a. m. Morning worship ser will\ not I shall be a nightmare ask of to drudgery authorizing millions of dollars my 9 mills for the same purpose A.you I>,, 1129. why and show mild, bondM('aumie. should.v] Conllabll cases cost. .bill___n In__crim__ .__ 60.00 ,JkL!J t ,' !

IK because the princes believed mon by the pastor, "God taking us never one give worth of new bonds without the not lie valIdated and contrmel. oth- Clerk of the circuit court.
up the freedom and comfort of erwlHe the saul .uot bill In criminal 100.00
an lei would continue to serve at our Word. spinsterhood for the cares and responsibilities referendum which he said he was .. .............. petition will be taken. an uonfeHHedyr0iH County judge cost bills cane In 'I',Ii '

04 and thereby rlolate- the law 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. of wifehood on the going: to require. Eight million ; criminal cases ------- 1500.00 hit

ben our lesson begIns. "Now Topic "God's Goodness Reveal dIn farm." dollars alone for bonds in the Everglades : ba published CmDETlED once, that week thin for notice threeconsecutive County prosecuting attorneyconviction '
IOATIJRAIN I fee _-___ 1000.00
hen Daniel knew that the wrIt Nature." and the flood\ control area Mm. Car week. before the 10th Ilallllt' pay for.attendance- /t ,

''s had been signed, he went into The evening church service has .\ PKOKIT.UJLK ("ONTKOVKIISYAn without the people having a chance 4 ray of County August, A. Tt. 1U2 published, In Hrud-In on criminal court ,______ 1000O l'' .I i 'F
''s house until after Sep ... .. Telegraph Witness fees ---------- 1500.00
; and hIli window being been suspended! to express themselves! .. .It"rk., Br.dtord coulty. Florida Court stenographer In Insolvency J'I '!.I

pen In his chamber towardJeru tember 1. exchange of statistical pleasantries There are many other Illustrations Miss Mamie Stoney of Oklahoma published at the leant" Eighteen publication he-be cases--------- 100.00 a!.j 1:"' J

tlem l he kneeled upon hl! 'knees A cordial invitation to all our by Governor Doyle E. Carlton I could give of what he promised City Ok In., Is visiting Miss Ethlyn for the 19th day of AUlllt.d"YI. D.. Sheiirr collected. communion. on fines 150.00 I s .,t
"ree times a day and prayed services extended to all. and John W. Martin former to do and whkh he has done Barron of Starke this week. Milo of WITNKMH the circuit my hand court anl of Bradford Heal Feedlnl prisoner- -.--_-----------_ 1211.01 'jy. '

id !Rave thanks before his God. as governor Is not only enliveningbut the reverse. I suggest that the Stoney will probably return toOklahoma aunty Florida, this the 24th day of Juror. In criminalcaea .'I )
800.00 ,
''I did aforetime" .' Daniel would FIRST rHIUSTIAX ciflHCJ'Bible is also Illuminating. There Is governor go ahead and carry out City this week. July, A. I)., 192'! .. W. rtuard, at jail -_------_-_-_-_-_-__-.-_-___600.00 "I"

't' permit this law to change his -- no better way to entertain the par- some of his promises that he Kev and Mrs. Blanchard of (HeaCI.rk' Circuit ALnKltMAN.Court Bra.l.tord DIBlntetant _____--.- 100.00 .., t; .

orahlp of God. Then the princes School and communion I tisans and no surer way to bring owes to the people without spending Klngsley Lake let Sunday for A. 8. CREWS, c"ulty. J.'lorldl Uenerved contingentten.Agricultural Faint ,/ .j

issemblcd and found Daniel services each. Lord's Day at 10 out the facts for the benefit of his time in trying to discreditmy Montgomery They will visit Solicitor for Petitioner. County Agent, lalary -----.ItSOO.OO ,

,avlng and making supplication o'clock. (hose who do not l look higher than : administration, which fulfilledevery friends In Tallahassee on their T2Gt.8.1.NO'fll'f1 Scholarship, University of II"
Florida 800.00-
tore his 5od." They then went Church services morning and the sincere welfare of the com promise made. .'I

fore Darlos and said "That Dan- evening of the first Sunday in mOil wealth. Covernor Carl ton's Increase In way.We greet MimEtblyn Barron as Total _________________.11700.00' ,

I regardeth not thee. 0 King. each month by the pastor Bro. On the face of It, the burden ot the state taxes 5 1-4 mills. Is not a new pupil Into our school. In the Circuit, Court of the Twen- Mother', to P.'nsin widow' FundAllowancemade ___ 5 ,"I ,,

"" the decree." The king saw Dixon. of Jacksonville. proof rests upon Governor Carlton for the purpose of paying back Mrs. Oscar Strickland and In y-Hlxth and Judicial for Bradford Circuit County.of FI.rlda.in llullillnic Fund 100.00 I,

,ef| since he apparently etarted transfers made in administration Intere"t on warrants b /.
purpose and that he had any my 'rlenda of Boatdraln were visiting! out.tand'n. I
'"en caught In their scheme and MALARIAL CATKCIIISM: the fireworks by seeking to charge l which he well knows, but at Hampton Beach Saturday after Chal".ry."ni. AI.xand.r.5..Quiet Complainant Title For aollon. jll outstanding I 10.0c) "It'

,.vas sore displeased with himself (Part One) back to the I\Iarttu..dmlnlstration to take care of his total legislative ; 1 v*. warrant addItion, '

lid' set his heart on Daniel to deer -' some of the Items which the latter appropriations during this last noon.Mr.l. Ralph Cainey was a vlsi- John (Defendant'. Richard, et als 1 ti> jail -----J 1001.00 ,, : ., :(!

v' him." but the jealous princes ((13y Dr. F. A. Brink Director of Insists constltue a fictitious session. Mr. Carlton's economical ton to our school Monday. NOTICE T..tll ------------_.11189.00 :.,t

I winded him that no decree of the Bureau.) and not an actual deficit. Also be- appropriations In the last session We are lorry to say the Lee And Tn a.John trustee C. for ltd')hard, IndivIdually,O. For Ool..nnd.n" '.d.hh'dn.I"outstanding ; ,
!ode" and- 'P..I..n.- _._._.. ,"n..ld"'" IAonged -- The following is released from cause the former executive Is in of the legislature were $15,537- children are absent from school .r. Win. If. Saunders H"hl.,. McQueen"uundenr .u.-I. _obllaton.. -. ------_J2500.00 ")t ::1'' ,

l the Bureau of Communicable uis- no way responsible for the acts 461.24. My last total legislative this week. and HalII H.n.l.r. (af- For r.hl..IT :'J ., ,

"Thin( the king commanded. eases. Florida State Board of of the 1929 legislature either In appropriations were $14,634,488- Dan Boree and family of Jack- t.rw..1 John C'Jemon married. N.to J.Jo.Jones H., Wynnio.the unnown nakln., __ .. _state___ 1100001) .!' ,

I"4 they brought ,, Health: regular or extra session. And 83 and yet this Increase In state sonville were visiting Ooatdraln < helm, devlv*, leitateeH orgrantees It wal thereupon resolved that the ,4';
Daniel and cast .
I 111: Into the den of lions. Now G. What is malarial fever? furthermore now that it Is duly expenditures of nearly $1,000,000 section for the week-end. iobert (I.of Cole A.; H.Mm'.01. deceu A. .Va-ed; rected. of to the have Circuit the foregoing Court be estimates di-- ;,\;' I

"9 kIng spake A. A disease of man commonIn and regularly checked out. the by Governor Carlton for the next Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt were den and her hu.hand.Vaden'' a. made by the board of {/ ,
and said unto Dan-
I of the Martin administrationare two is (whose chrIstian n.m.In unknown); county commissioner published In
'I. acts year called economical and visiting Mr. and Mrs Zenos Grlffls a '
II Thy God whom thou servest hot moist climates.Q. Mm. Parmella A. Tent, and her hun- newspaper, In this county by one In- It
I Wnually, he will deliver thee." By what other names t Is malaria only of incidental! Importance.What my 14634488.83 as compared Sunday. I :bandT.al (Who. chrNtlanmme ertlon and that a copy thereof r 1 I
eems fever sometimes called? the people of Florida desire with his $15,537,461.24, Is termed Mr. Willie Green spent the weekend ,U unknown); Mr*. Caroline properly certified be forwarded to I
and her the:
strange that this pagan Fo..l hucaridItoseil comptroller of the state of Flor- .
1"8 hould have had such faith A. Chills and. fever bilious to know-and the question profligate\ by him. with Harvey Galney. ( chrIstian name I is unknown); Ida. \ I

Jehovah. fever, swamp fever.Q. would have to be answered by an Kxpt-iiMm: Million More Mrs. Myrtlce Harris of Jacksonville I, Mr band.. Julia-Younge A. Vounire(whose and christIan her nun- 7103tSJxorit'i

It must have from his What causes malaria fever sxpert without bias-Is to what The public can readily see that was via.'tlng! her father and name 1 I. unknown) ; Mr*. AH.. i V.

Pledge come A. The presence of certain extent the cost of government has the Increase of state expendituresof mother of Doatdraln Sunday. Kelan and her hu.tand..let... -: or KIN\I uistnHIGH
of Daniel and other (whose christian
"e followers small organisms In the blood of the been Increased. in' what particulars nearly $1,000,000 for the next Mr. G. W. Bowers of Btarke Mr. Mary Uennlnon and.nkno-Den).; Sixty day after date hereof
of Ood. This lllus-
atel who has the fever.Q. and why. They have a rightto two :years makes it necessary for pent Monday In Baldwin.Mr. nl.on
\ what the example of a real person What Is the meaning of seek this Information' because him to Increase the state millage. H. L. Lee wife and son of known' allis C. Elicit (Urn, unmarried, (I:!. will present to the Honorable. I'
lJ'.rl' lald.rRan. *omptirn"it A.
jnstlan a 'the may do. Danlef was put ?" )f the stand which Governor Carlton Mr. Carlton states that he had Tampa, are visiting his mother ,1.,1 n.or. Joldermanl; It',hert Irudford Uardlner county Florida county Judge ot

a ted lions? den and the king "organism that Is alive and took for economy when he was to raise the pension mlllage one- Mrs. Cynthia Lee of Boatdraln. r. Haler.nan.. "om.tlne" tailed er* and final account all my Admlnls-vouch
and worried all that night. A. Something Mrs. W. L. Rllcox and little .aeh ard all trator of the estateof Henrietta JiI
its candidate for election. They quarter of mill than leI of the foregoing
t to reproduce a a more I hadIt If living und Ifeither Hrown deceased and '
daylight he went to the den has the power daughter, was visiting Mr any or all be dead, the unknown ask tor their S
right to know because of because I approval and
1d called, "0 Daniel! is thy kind. It may be alive as a plantIs ave a transferred the overage Ihoden of Hellbronn Springs Sun. helre. devlee. ., leiraUe and admInistrator my dlicharg aa such
''Iii. alive as an animal is the crying need for ;Just such econ- from that department to an- I or iiranteee of each who I. dead This Uth
whom alive or day July A. n
thou servei continual- 1931
able organism which I )my as that preached by the elo.- other department. Pensioners day.The people of this section are and all pemone claimingany rlaot, J. C. TERREJ.U
to deliver thee from the Q. Is thIs tte or Interest In and t

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I II I I ', p II read that statement the former : Ins to serve the best interests of circumstances: '" But I :-

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished FROM OTHER""P KOVel'U01made in answer to inoso who !sent: you to Tallahassee, coiicrally known rule I,

ii. S"i"j{ Doyle's declaration about tlio deficit besieged, bullied threatened from clplof, and it la a tnifi ; "
1877 Ivory angle! to defeat a bill not "I
and tlien ajtent ho will again good principle that an i ;
_____. pleasing to some particular group I
that MartlWtS the girl should
-- -- 1."II"IIII.IIIIIII' 'im I'I' -11' -i'm i M!.C;'_Oil'II5'''.....!i....!!:'IIH'>"'mini"1 i"iimn'" ''OIIIII'II@IIIIIII'II' '' IIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIInIOII'IIII' "' ''n' '''HIM' iiimmmm'' '''imiiiHuiiimiiiiirffil" say passing and you have a btrdVeye view of !! not be mum' ,II i '
Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class buck. We read (the statement and the pleasant life of a legislator at man. It's a crime ogam" ,, ', '''II,
I Maybe the Starke Telegraph! in I evidently Interested, in men.--De- we figured out that the former the capital.---Starke Telegraph We have been Infornimi .

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. running Ita editorials on the last and News governor called the present one a The Telegraph editor understandsthe In thin state ran legal; i i I" ;"

page, believes In saving the beat --0- prevaricator. Tallahassee State situation thoroughly; and presents tied from six years old. '

S. Matthews________________ _____Owner and Publisher till the last.-.Inverness Chronicle Bishop Cannon who was caught News./ an Illuminating answer to is an outrage on dcnn, I, I

J. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor Florida-man-!dues!o Ford for two. red handed in hU stock gambling --0- good those; Isn't who might done wonder So many why peopleare more ballot women for of Florida hu\,, \ I 1'1'I I

._ operations, has been given a vote Madison Enterprise Recorder and lost eight yearn, ,.,I''' I ''I"
-' .- .-- ---- millions. Well\ Henry has It.- intrinsically selfish, have done ,
-- Tampa Tribune. And Henry will of confidence by his board. It's points out that bark in 1926 the sight of what might be for the nothing to i I"", ''it

s -SUBSCRIPTION RATE hang on to It. the blsliop'a privilege to gamble, treasury had sixteen to eighteen general good if It Interferes with outrage against" their "
board's privilege to whitewash million In It. Governor Martin Insists their: own profit. Madison En-
Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Starke -Telegraph----o claims the life sinners-and the public's privilegeto he left two ant) a half million !erprlse-Hecorder. Ii Tho Perry Herald' ('11,,' J'"

have their of --..-i--i -o- "Men of Florida hay q
opinion ( i
Advertising Rates on Application. of a legislator is not a pleasant one says there when he left office In 1928. "I I .
at least. But they all want to rush the Starke Telegraph, one of Florida's To a fellow on the outside It looks / To a man up a tree this war Tin I vote failed for to S3 years and I"i ", ,n
-- up to the pie counter every elec- real dry papers. And the like Martin showed good judgment Bishop Cannon seems funny. Not' protect WOnt nparticular ''It

Georgia peaches are again allowed to come to Florida. tion.-Times-Union. public is expressing: Its opinion In getting out when he did. that we approve ot the bishop's 1 Instance\!, 8nd' ,"

--- quite plainly.-Avon Park Sun Starke Telegraph It there were 1 stock gambling. But the editors supposed to be the, gUll "
I "
the weaker
--o Starke Telegraph thinks the" ---0- sixteen: to eighteen million dollarsIn and other people who are jumpingon sex.

i City elections are coming September 3rd, Are you regis- Florida .Republicans beat the village The new tag colons for next year the state treasury: in 1926 thatIs him all have friends who do an To"Women which have the- Indepi told"'',,,,", "

bands for reorgan'zlng.'! a strong recommendation for badly or worse than he ,has done, "I
tered ? Times-Union. Reorganizing or FeElected I Martin, who became governor: on and they have no criticism for taro low down, trifling HI, amp; II

= has to the first Tuesday In January 1920. them. Some editors we know have we hate never denied 'rl
? Tallahassee Da- both
!)- disorganizing :! pay personal and license "
p -Palm Beach Independent. done much worse than anything I women .also laid that >I'', "eI
Democrat. tax before lie
I can rl e.-
Florida Republicans are getting little comfort from results --0 Starke Telegraph. At any rate he --o Bishop Cannon has been" caught going to Improve BV'I"i ,

of the Virginia elections. I Fact we.have done much soon as they obtained I.i ,:
Anyway Martin does, not deny should look different next spring, Starke Telegraph says: "It Is a doing." 1 1 That wag nearly nine ,
his legislature was more successful when, with taxpaying time crowdIng worse burs'elf.: But they ere not j '
d o t brave politician the High
says The of Florida ;
women ,
In creating new and useless jobs" him, (hatmuch, personal peeved with the blsh. because he: tin \ ,
prop- Springs Telegram, who cnn put a
:+ One of the benefits Florida is securing from the fly quarantine caught short In Wall street. elect three governors and'
than Carlton's legislature was In erty would be out of the way. tux oa a club in which his wife is was Islatures since then*, Pi
: is driving. bootleggers to Canada abolishing them.--Starke Telegraph Madison Enterprise Recorder. vice president. Perhaps that's the They are peeved with him becausehe provement have tt II',

o lie can't deny that-Wa'u- Stetson! Stetson! Rah! Rah! Rah! reason we have no brave politic Is a prohibitionist and because they mar'", ", .I|j
laws.of Florida
for Al. Smith Theyare III:j
Tallahassee he didn't vote
.chula Advocate. State News "
Twenty-seven cars were stolen in Tampa during July ----o-- 0- tans You missed your guess, among the most intolerant and Ant-we, readers, hay ',

and the police returned 29 to o'. hers. Compound interest. Now some Republicans Starke John Robinson sits at his leak BRAVE Brother politician,Robinson,on we this have particular ONE-I inconsistent of Americans,-Palm ed go that right the on women attending of }'I",i-n! ",,'I,, WI
We won'tsay
Beach, Independent. "
v '0 are circulating the rumor that and looking through tile wfuclow! score, In the person of B. M. Ings, church and bridge, 'H(
entirely but ; .
wrong '
DePriest was elected to Congress you are '
across the street gees the passing' Tench, of Gainesville, who ran for and the
only act the
Bond issues in Florida seem to be on the decline. It's" on a democratic: ticket. Sh-sh-shl none of your editors and friends male I
throng, but with his the legislature and defeated
mental vision was be \likely to take .
time for payment of old issues rather than creating new ones. I Io Don't tell the Hoover-Democrats. IIO'B seeing': 'way over yonder i because he advocated a'tax: on who are likewise guilty of gambling about those who will have!Ij.i I', I 'UI l
k They'll\ believe It. Avon Park; i where club' and worse, set themselves up II!
thoughts dance and prance I frats and( houses. However, dupes ot those LOW
and It's a //HI\\
b'shops or demi-gods
The state press regrets the loss of Bill Pepper of the Sun. -p to the Jazz of\the farces; and John Ity (commissioners of Gainesville as natural Inclination to hold up to SCAMPS referred to by r, 1'11.!
selects the brightest among themto put the tax: on regardless of oppo-, Beach Independent, and ,
Gainesville Sun, who will take up the practice of law in Miami. If for no other reason,, we would entertain the readers of his sit Ion. We have great respect for ridicule a leader caught redhanded riding the men as lacking '
the of the\ sin '
in enjoyment Ir'
like to attend the meeting of the
Bradford County Telegraph. Like politicians: that will fight the wom-
o from which he warns others. But as referred to by the 1'1'' > ,"ul]',
paKAQraphers at Winter Haven .
The Baumes law gets the blame for rioting in Auburn Just to hear what Ivy dough A very Powell of the Times-Union, en on the grounds of their LAURELS you're all wet on the\ wet and dry 6ut here Is ONto J W"II"I\
what John Robinson writes Is"mighty" rather than on SEX. In short, Independent and Mr. KM.I,
penitentiary Try substituting a slap on the wrist for life Johnson has to say about her trip good reading. Jasper if we win a battle we prefer to win peeve The wets are perfectly satisfied lays the BLAME ot this I >,! \ii
with men of. the blRbop'scalibre '' 'utt'
terms. through Starke. -. Tallahassee News' !May your eyesight never because we are in the RIGHT rather to DECENCY!' and other ,
Dally Democrat ; knowing that as long as!
/grow dim. than a* WOMEN High
fill conditions, nIGHT
o o Burn hypocrites are ot the head of "
----o Springs Telegram.Following .
BKLONOS, the ,
church affairs prohibition will\ remain pn shoirld- I''
Three week until school nineteen weeks until The \Medfly shooslng stations -
h opens; Ruling of attorney general that -- as it is today: with the assistance women, yes! and men I i"" ". ,
Christmas. Get your school books and start your Christmas peeve the motorists but the ones a 'man's personal property 'may bo is the only way we of our vote dry and drink DO NOT TAKE] THE '1'" I i ,It
that really get their goat are the
i sold to satisfy taxes on real estate know of to keep those nosey ants : TO VOTE AT ALLf! -Sopt. 'r ,
r shopping. wet politicians.1'ulr
dipping Btattous as you enter Bradford would appear to bo a confession: from smelling| your food: Puta Irving in High Springs T
,0--_. I county, where they search the that some real estate is being taxed grain of sugtir..on the floor directly --- -- ,- trw
---- -
and l'nf4lr'x/ of I'lorldn
Linotype operators will have no fear of the RussoChinese cars for live stock Tarpon << so high that It Is not worth under a hole in your roof. '
The Palm Beach Independent, nInTU.U"nT"
Springs Leader Leave your\ goat paying taxes on. If this ruling Is This will attract an ant,, who will
scrap if writers will scale down the jaw-breaking words to In n controversy with the Starke
r home on the next, trip northward. enforced It will mean that real estate stop there to eat sugar.; The next
Telegraph says l: "Our friend RobInson Mrs. Mamie Johns em.'!, mnt I
x Med-fly size -o- cannot even be given to the tlmo it rains. water will run
Gasoline sold for six: cents a gal- of the Starke Telegraph says, some of nearest relailv an
state for its taxes as long as the through the hole as usual, and the
o those the regarding our criticUm: of the mar friends on Wednesday Jim Us
lon in 1890. Ah. were
owner has personal property that ant will get soaking; wet. Then
That senator who chose a balloon instead of a plane for good old days!-Wauchula Advo ran be levied upon. Starke turn an electric fan on him. The riage of an 11 year old girl up with a supper of chicken oilu

an air journey knew there was no danger of falling as long as ; cate. The good old days, yes! If Telegraph.. He night: as well ant will catch cold; his nose will\ there some weeks ago, that wedon't cakes, plea and salAds dim mm
automobile had happened in know the circumstances. other refreshments cei""r,ni.i'
he remained conscious an quit and give up.-Tallahassee' get; all slopped up; he can't smell
Wauchula or Starke 40 years ago State News But what would you do about the That's very so. No editor except her fortieth birthday of wI, II i e'
the one who Is looking at an Incident cry one seemed to
-0 the inhabitants would have takento 6. emus v-
-o- mosquitoes?--P. B. In Tampa
The state will benefit far more if the gas tax is reduced, the woods. The Statke Telegraph says that Tribune. Sleep for one week roll when It occurs "knows the. much
the state road o Madison-should take it as a compliment ed in a blanket with only the left
department given three vents, and a sales tax
Starke Telessaph/ paragrapher that we were offered' "an Industrial foot exposed. Familiarity breeds
imposed for the schools. had a terrible GROUCH last. week. survey," as the promoters contempt and knowledge with the IMPERIAL THEATRE Jacksonville!
-o.: f Either the REAL scribe was on' 'never offer to make an Industrial insult: mosquito Is able to find ,

vacation, or the one ACTING needs survey until!! they have made a financial said foot on darkest nights with
Tallahassee Democrat: says red has always been the signof
one. -- High Springs Telegram, survey of the city treas- both eyes shut. On eighth; night 7 DAYS AUGUST 1016STARTS
danger. Lipstick manufacturers for Perhaps the real scribe wanted a" "
are resppnsible a gen- ury. We don't think tbe Industrial cover foot thoroughly with half- ,
eration of brave men.then. vacation with pay-and didn't get survey would have done the Inch 'oat'llg' of tar and mucilage

it. town any mos good than the recent and the mosquito will suffocate NEXT SATURDAY

--- -- '-- -- school survey' did the state-.- when he tries to plerpe the gum. Shows Continuous from 11 to 11
The pajama-attired men, braving the stares of thousandson Wo like the Ocala Star and the Madison Enterprise Recorder. -----0-

city streets in effort Tallahassee\ State News both so 0- Criticism of members of the leg
an> to find cooler Clothing are too obviously Crowds
w much that we wish they would If you think It Isn't Importantto islature Is Indulged in at every Are Coming!
wide-awake to be Called sleepwalkers, flnd some subject to agree uvon.-=-t* nut such an insignificant little session by the public -and they

'4 o Palm Beach Independent They'll'thing as a comma la its right place, I deserve criticism for some of their
I actions. There would, perhaps, The Mysterious "Red Shadow will thrill !
Although Bradford both agree that the taxpayers are see, '''what you do by deliberately ; ; you
county commissioners could not follow
'bt less of this criticism If the folks
still getting I if in the neck, regardless I misplacing a few as In the follow
Governor Carl ton's back home could place themselvesIn
I recommendation of cutting the taxes of campaign promises. ing: "Herbert Hoover then entered
the shoes of their representatives WARNER JC. 'V '
11.8 mills, they cut off one mill on their own responsibility. --- upon his head a white hat upon In both houses and suf-
State Treasurer Knott, In his SPECTACULAR- ,
his feet, large but wellpolishedboots '
o fer the hounding they have to un-
annual statement Issued last Friday upon bid brow, a dark cloud dergo at the hands of this or that
,. If, as the Ocala Star prophesizes, with the advent of the lists 5,299.034.43 as the total in his hand, his faithful walking group. Mention of placing a tax 5r.\ SINGING

personal property tax on automobiles comes an epidemic of funds In his hands on June 30. slick In his eyes, a dark menacing on a commodity or ridding the SUCCESS t Nor

1929.. Starke Telegraph. All glare saying .nothing. Tampa state of useless office holders or I
tag stealing it should be immediately followed by another epi- r
we'veot/ to say is. he must have Tribune. reducing salaries during this'per- dn
demic of jail terms for the tax evaders. mighty big hands to hold all that 'iod of hard times Is the signal ', '+
\ Wauchula Advocate. Not 0 for delegations to move on the > I D ..t.lN'
money.- The Starke Telegraph that
---o- says
capitol In protest. Every!: move
People of Baker county are complaining of wild hogs invading big, but capable Carlton and Martin are passingthe toward economy Is thwarted by
buck back and forth about the
selfishness on the part of those at
the eastern section of the county. Bradford county of- The Belgian girl who married supposed deficit in the state's fi- thepublic feed trough, Picture

t ficers turned over a lot of mash near the county line recently 50 husbands without the formalityof nances.. The Telegraph should yourself, while honestly endeavorTHEIR i'i
divorcing any of them could .
and there could be a connection between the two write: some marvelous testimonialson N' .1

o how to be popular.-Largo Sen

Alachua is tine!. She must be the author of"Don't
county willing to build its part of a direct road -
Tell Your Husband Any
from Waldo to Keystone Heights if Bradford and Putnam thing." >

counties will come in. The proposed new road would shorten _-o- L ,

the distance from fifteen to eight and a half miles. Rev, Claude Duke, says It Is 1m, y urry i )
possible to have pure manhood be- s fF A 1'

-- cause of women's fashion today,

It now develops that pictures appearing in the northern ,I wonder what ,kept the world ,

r showing of the Med-fly in Florida being from, having pure manhood twenty. 4'v
papers ravages are years ago when the skirts, swept : mrLU -1

sent out from California., An act of brotherly love, but Flor- the streets and the whalebone neckpieces 2

ida oranges can be infested with half dozen more pests before almost choked the women to i v

it reaches the California class of fruit. death.--Avon.' Park Sun. I / I The Supreme -
0 Pinnacle
() Average/ 'cost of each bill passed II of

Regular Democrats.scored a 50,000 majority !n Tuesday'selection by the legislature was $212. I modern motion
Bradford County Telegraph. WasIt picture

in Virginia over the Republicannons. Senator; Carter \ worth It?-Ocala Star. To tax -'_, .,I; ..,.it. rtl l ri r
GlaSs broke Bishop Cannon's dream of --- 1 Broadway It
up controlling; Virginia payers, no; politicians yes. ": ': \
Starke Telegraph. To bond hold- "'; '' ',. ringing to
through merging AntiSmithRaskobTammanyHoover Tallahassee .,,' 1 % the stirringapplause .
ers, how much? -
Democrats with Republicans of'that state. State News. ... fa.clnat.d'million. of

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According to the Tallahassee State News "only a miracle Palm Beach Independent writes with feverish -
I h.
'an Intoxlcatlngly Interesting edi- it Intensity acclaim
1 and the people of West Florida" prevented this state from be- |torlal on Home Brew vs. Bootleg ( EDUCATION boundless raagnificsnce of thus,

ing under a Republican governor at this time. The people of -Starke Telegraph. Gosh, feller! 'I epochal production I INever

--Is old Bradford BO dry you have I before baa the screed
if it
administration but
Florida do not want Republican
a "
i'to get drunk-on edltorfats of your -Will mean wealth, culture prestige to them in been fflorined by racK a ("'
takes that to bring the Democratic officeholders to their esteemed contemporaries->alm L of talent and rApturou'
,r I later It's the greatest thing can give a. y
senses it is bound to come. Beach Independent. It's more eco- you melody .lagf.ring .uccss.ion tilt;

nomical and safer, your children schooling. of bewitching songs h.
0 in lbrebinf.
-O--' i pour from the screen

Courts are paying more attention to technicalities than Just n Kb. **! colourful scenes capering '

to justice. A Sanford banker found guilty of misappropriating I I The printer won't mind setting SAVE! your enthusiasm wbol.-hearted and .poBtaneoua 'PpUusel '
I the following short story from the '
a large amount of funds cannot be again tried for the Times of Cuba: ,

crime on account of the statute of limitations if his attorneysare Oh, George, don't park here -. With John Boles and,Carlo J
A Regularly augmented educational) fund be l- Kin.. 132 singing voices, I'
successful in getting the supreme court to reverse the verdict -.I .. may exotie dancers and op..r.tic

on account of some small technical point.If n maintained with us in the form of a savings ac orcheit.a of 109 playersStarke .

o .. count. c L" 3"- y>a i

some people of Florida do not think! there i is anything -P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune. t will talk about It for months
; to the Med-fly that will not prevent other states from thinking -
The hen-coated men of Jacksonville Bradford Bank All Talking, Singing, Dancing
4 otherwise and refusing to accept shipments of our fruits t can go to Savannah where County This wonderful
show advance
and vegetables. As long as other} states and the federal gov- 'they will be allowed to roam at J at no in'prices

know does not matter what will without their coats.--Starke I Bradford, County's Financial, Stronghold .
ernmer\, it Is a dangerous pest it Telegraph. The president of the Admission

Florida'people think and the most sensible thing, to do i is to Woman's Club In Savannah has STARKE, FLA. j Children, 15c S .A(11,118,10

work co-operatively with the forces ridding the state of the started a campaign whereby the I
club advocates' a week for coatless j, Let's all go to Jacksonville

parasite. men. Hero Is one woman who la -- '

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