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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 16, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Make l'l Ki'paniUList Offer to \VtM or IV'feiiclentM to Itv1. : :: :\00 +
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Attorney General Fred II. Davis l'otrshuclerL
of Property. IS HAPPY OVERLEGISLATURE l'<>!ilrs! !In Ill-quest and Judge II. E. Carter assistant Lost. Porvtrr, Sn>'.. Htflt Her- on ))11\'_,
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attorney general were in Quincy glee' Ofltcer. Gainesville' Aug 10.-Provided s
i: :I"r."> > he can obtain his auto conduct the state's de !
Friday to that joint be let The
There will be no extraord'nary( ; a contract can by; sum of $10,000 will be
,ii i ,' I Ice n ia number ulate for fence before Judge Love of an at All veterans of the World War rutnam. Bradford nun Alachua available for the purchase and dls-
session of the Florida state legislature
1 I'' .n "every owner of a motor ve- rovp :\fa.lor| liilH ..fhl \\1'1' a* requested by the republican tack brought ,against< the six cents mud dependents of deceased veterans counties, each county ,for Its own rlliullon of anti-hog rholerler- 9,
I i hh i.' in Florida> : must pay peril ) of a gallon storage tax on gasoline who have not applied: for and dune of the mileage, a direct high- um and hop; cholera virus betweennow
Florida
,I property tax on his car and I'HSM-ll flt SC'HNloil. at party Lakeland Monday at a night.meetIng brought Into the slate, by \Industrial scented adjusted compensation wily between Waldo and Keystone and December 1, State Veter- ,

.. ,"re i from the tax collector: a Governor Carlton stated there concerns. certificates also known as the Heights/ U In prospect.The Inur'aii J. V Knapp\ announced
"u ,11, at& that the tax has been Officials of the state department no need of session to consider was Five", firms !in west Florida: have "soldiers' bonus" must To so before present highway about 15 Saturday.Of .'

Mni,] \ This Is in accordance with of agriculture! declared. they con a combined to attack\ the new law December 31, 1929 pr lose miles In length; I the short route the hop; cholera fund $2.BOO !
the that
|' state banking laws and
i I'',i provisions of an act passed Hdered the 1929:!! Florida Leglula-! '' (the gasoline; retail prices! thl'Dugh1out and are asking: ,for an injunction their right forever,. It was an proposed Is about eight and a halt will be available each month before ,f p
extraordinary session ot to restrain 'Comptroller Krnent flounced by Abner Wlthee state miles. December Dr. Knapp wan! Informed r
i lie ,
1.\ lure constructive
one from the the state would< be worked out
Florida( legislature! of -'929, I Amos from collecting the tax service officer ot the American Legion This project came l before tillboard by the board of commissioners '
i 7 standpo: of the enactment of later at a conference between representatives which was''Imposed by the legislature of bond trustees for special of state Institutions
li\ ,WII' as bouse bill lumber app I of the large distributing
''iM-cl by Governor Doyle K. Carl agricultural legislation.The companies lu the country: mid to stop alleged bootleggingof The time for securing the certificate road and bridge district No.1 ofAlachua I Much; owner" of hogs will receive r:1: :
I lawmakers passed'< four ma motor fuel by firms who pur wh'ch: Is a paid up endowment county at the regular' GOO r. c.'s of serum and virus free
i 'I\ himself.
10 (In "explanation of the provisions jor bills, recommended by ofllclals chase gasoline at wholesale In tank I I Insurance policy given by the' meeting of the board at the con it but must pay for the net:; 500 c. '
act State ComptrollerErnest4mnt The republican pnrty-of Florida cars, ship It into Florida In Interstate government; to men and women house yesterday< attended by Mal C/H. Dr. Knupp announced Farm- ;j w I';
n rills has sent to the tax assessor I, of the agricultural department. Asa led, by William J. Howey, who was commerce: and escape the 11- who served In the \\'OIidVar and W. R. Thomas chairman and J. W.Chamber'u era may purchase additional

county of the state a clr- matter of fact, It was stated, the defeated last fall for the governor- cerise\ tax of six: cents a gallon. to their dependents after thrlr', !: of Gainesville It. KHnyneBworth : amounts of serum dud virus at cost

,in rear'very letter, the full text ot which' legislators carried out every recommendation sh'p of the state by Governor Carlton Two of the big lumber firms who death has been twice extended, the of Hayneaworth and price.In i '

follows: r,' I the department ad prepared resolutions to be' are parties to the bill ot complaint state I service officer pointed out the district engineer Henry tla- accordance with this arrAnge- 1 ,
i. the Honorable Tax Assessors trn vanced. presented to the governor asking a ate wholesale distributors of gasoline There are yet many thousands of ken A large; delegation from ment the state live Block sanitary

.I Hi I the Several Counties of the During each session Commlas session ot the legislature he calledto In Florida, and also claims to eligible persons who havo not applied Waldo* which came to Clalneivllle board will be In position to till all

state; of Florida: 'oner of Agriculture Nathan consider the banking situationand be Jorge consumers of gasoline, for the certificates: however, to back up the proposal, was as orders, beginning: ; August 10, at '

:i .'ntlemen-The legislature ot !Mayo gathers about him the officials to put the state In the gasoline The-new law fixes the.same rate of he said. sured that Alachua would build 45 cents per hundred c. c.'a for xl

: '_'!'i pi) )Vded: for separate ossossii of his various divisions, and business so the retail price'of gasoline tax'' on stored gasol ne as that being Application blanks and full Information Us three mile l section It Bradford serum' and $1,25 per) hundred c, f f

.. rolls for motor vehicles and members of the agricultural committees could be'reduced. collected. a license tax. After rO'ernllllthe; certificates and Putnam will take care of their! eVs for virus, Dr. Knnpp\ announct t c ,
imvc n had prepared and sent to of the two houses. They The blame for the recent cloning : gasoline has been "stored' In may be obtained by writing; sections. In the )meantime District eel
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I h county three motor vehicle discuss the agricultural; situation of banks throughout!; the state was this state twenty-four hours It I to Mr \Vlthee at the oflce!! of the \Engineer: ll.iker will keep In touch 1>r. Knapp lidded that all ship-

i I ii\ !books for use In assessing mom and map out plans for proposed blamed on the democratic party by! loses Its Interstate character, : United Veterans Bureau In the old with the ofllclaU of the (Iwo other ments made by the state live stock ,

vehicles that are'not assessed Ug'Hlatlon. As a result' of those prominent republicans attending The attorney general department i Chamber of Commerce building; counties) Interested In jut effort to sanitary board will be consigned r

i" lie regular assessment roll for get-together meetings the legislature the meeting I lust night and making will seek to show that these corner Main and Adams streets, secure concerted acton! c. 0, d, for oiiBrhalf the cost of the
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"no l'129.! :! and It will not bo necessary has never failed to adopt the addresses. firms buy motor fuel at from eight; Jacksonville, order unless" ) It lav. accompanied by h

for you to copy In.the. motor vehicle recommendations of the depart "t'lic'ap Politics" and a halt; to twelve and a halt express' ,or postofflce money order

tax books all motor vehicles ment. Covernor Canton said the fact cents a gallon while other twenty-six consumers Il'%1t'II'\I. PLANT IXjriPJIKNT ; UNSAFE AUTOS covering 00 per cent of the cost.
and
not' entered on the regular tax assessment HUM :Miijor OUCH the republican party was tryingto pay tweuty-flvp :: : -.- i.
roll for 1929, but you, This year, the four bills passed place tluj blame for the failure cents a gallon retail prices. The \ FOUND TO BE HKJ MTIMUIIKIUIV: :' C'l.ltS:
to the
according attorney
outcome,
must assess on $separate motor by the lawmakers, regarded as of of the banks on the democratic general, interesting or, At their: meeting held Tuesday; :M\TM.\UKKT: : FLORIDA. rllOIStraubirry "

vehicle tax books all motor vehicles major Importance, related to mar party was "cheap politics." startling may ,prove as thevappareut one the city bond trustees tentatively IN THOUSANDS

nut entered on the regular tax: aamcnt keting, the sale of milk, certain re "This: IB the time that we should even hundred percent profit somebodyIs agreed to the purchase of the DoLu fJn>\wer :May IU Askfil -

,"> roll for 1929} I vision of the citrus fruit laws and steer clear of "cheap politics," the receiving is out of line with thestate's Vergne type' of equipment to -- to I Vimiw. >i>rl .llf>nWnuchiila t '
Blanks for returns to be made amendments to t the fertilizer act. governor said, "politics should be light liciltlmore, Aug -BtatNtlcs --,-
anti-trust laws, he claims.: add to the present municipal r I,
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hthe owners of motor vehicles I The new law regarding marketing forgotten ,and the public should and power plant, subject loathe comp lad by> K.: Austin Iluugbman,, Aug 10.-Lee It. I ,

lirE being prepared and will beam enables the state marketing think In terms of redeeming the of new terms commissioner of motor vehicles,, Miller, president of the Leo It. M11-t
company's acceptance
.' to you as soon as possible and bureau to reach practically the. entire state regardless' of the arty to CITY ELECTIONON added to their contract. The phow that I Ihonsandg of automobiles ler Auction. inc, with headquarters -

blank certificates for use of the tax I state with marketing news which they belong" narrowed inspected during Ihe "Save-a- In Hammond IM., will be In
,i-ollector in giving certificates to service, Instruction: and assistance In speaking of the banking sit SEPT. 10TH choice of equipment Life" campaign had defective Florida about August 12IU for the

owners of motor vehicles that are In organization of co-operatives uation In the state, Govenor Carl- down to that offered by Fairbanks brakes, lights and Meerlng apparatus. purpose of perfection: plans enab

,,,sessed on the regular assessment and In the grading packing and ton said I the recent: legislature revised -- Morse Company and I. P. Morris ling his organization to establish !
selling of their products and in Mayor Wall has called an elec- & De La Vergne, Inc? and upon The commlHllloner announced
and
roll and have paid the motor vehicle the banking laws greatly : a Florida headquarters for the N:
license tax: for 1929 and also supplying Florida: markets with strengthened tho" banking situation flon to be held on Tuesday, Sept recommendation of the electrical yesterday that 193,364( aulonio- purpose ot marketing strawberries

blank receipts to be used by tax: Florida grown products thereby. throughout; Florida. 10th the call being published In engineer employed by the board bales: bud been Inspected"' \ no fur. He during the Florida berry season

Electors, for all taxes collected It was explained, preventing the "We all realize," the governor; \ this Issue. There comesup; for that the machinery offered by the said It would be at least two week This will be Mr. Miller's second 1
of one section of the election this year the folowlntf of De La Vergne Company was the before the final figures would 'be !
-ii- the 1929 motor vehicle tax surplus: crops said, "that banks are closing be trip to the )Florida berry growing
books will be sent to each\ tax collector state from rotting/ In the fields: cause' of unusual financial condl- ficers: Mayor, two alderman, most efficient and economical, 1 Ii., available, us some 80,000 can sections! for this purpose, and he

In the state ot Florida as while other sections are Importing 'tions. Abnormal adversity fre clerk, treasurer and tax collector, was accepted, subject to additional have not as yet been tabulated expects to perfect his plans whileon u4

oou aa completed by the printer. products from other states. quently follows abnormal prosper tax assessor and marshal terms suggested by the engineer "The figures are startling beyond this trip.

Blanks for the regular assessment' The marketing difficulties: the ity. Messrs.! F. A. Scott, R, S. Ifum- Vote on acceptance was split,, words, to think that so many The Lee H. !Miller Auction Inc.,

roll for 1930 and., also for motor department said, are more complicated "Not only the banks of the state phrey and T N Kendrick have Messrs. E. S Matthews and! J. 1 17<:. adjustments were necessary before has an established berry': sales organization ,'

vehicle tax: rolls'' for 1930 will be than ever since the introduction have suffered but private enter been appointed to act as [Inspectorsof Corpening voting in the afllrmatlve cars would be made safe: for which places'' strawberries 1

,Contracted for Saturday and will of the Mediterranean fruit prises also. We have, without a the election. and the chairman the board Mr, the highways," the statement on the market through eighty ij

bo delivered to the tax asseuseors fly. The state must seek to produce doubt, reached the bottom and our J, '}'. Qutgley casting his vote said. I term'nal!' cities -In the United States ;'
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!before January U It will be nec: what It consumes and devisea need now Is for renewed energy against the proposition. "Figures show conclusively that and Canada, and has handled during -
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i' vehicle tax books for 1929 open reaching the remotest producerand confidence In our state and her en of Gainesville, the two bids were once a year, and some states are Louisiana territory alone upwardsof
long enough to get all the motor consumer in the state, In ad terprl es." ot advocating having them twice, a 2,800 carloads, or about slxty-
when figured
the
the meeting of the board practically same
vehicles assessed, for 1929 as no dition to enlarging the outside ('onf.TS!! on Gasoline Price '' year. Too much attenton! cannot five per cent of the crop In that ,'
motor vehicle license can be Issued markets It was stated Governor Carlton said he had county commissioners Tuesday 'It to total requirements, and although be paid to the necessity of keep- state It Is said! r

under the law except to those who Regarding the milk legislation, taken the matter of reduction of was decided that the board would the Fairbanks-Morse had\ ,a Ing the automobile In, a safe mechanical The plan of operation Is through

hIV, paid taxes thereon. the department said that for years, retail gasoline prices up with some meet with the road board at Tallahassee higher horse power rating, this condition. 'k local growers' associations! which r

This Information is given in there had been an Insistent demand of the large distributors of the Monday, Aug 12, it possble! was offset by the more efficient "The police are now actively engaged produce and load the crop, which

order teat you may understand for a state-wide measure country and a conference would be and tender to them the $20,000.00 generator used by the De La in stopping and 'Inspecting: Is then sold through the Miller organization

the situation and act accordingly.I "that would serve the double purr called later. The large compare In cash now available and the remaIning Vergne Company, either" General all cars that do not have'.stlckeVs' by auction to the highest -

am sending a copy of this letterto pose of promoting our dairy Industry ies have shown a willingness to $30DOO'00 worth of coun- Electric or Westinghouse gene and If these cars are found to bq bidder for cash. These sales a

each tax collector also] for his and protecting the con co-operate with the state, he said ty general road bonds If the state rator being supplied, Fairbanks unsafe, the tags will be', taken take place each night at the com t
them and the
board will take
Information. Burners of Florida against the poor While the statement has been put Morse manufactures generators, away."We. pany's headquarters. The locationof
Very truly yours quality milk which has been com made that the price of gasoline In convicts to work on state road 13, for their equipment. To offset the are now interested, and the headquarters will be estab-

ERNEST AMOSComptrol1er. ing In from other states.' The bill Florida Is higher than Jn other Dronson to Ellzey, the work to' go advantage enjoyed by Fairbanks- will be for some time. In removing lished after Mr. Miller's arrival. "

passed achieved those purposes, It states throughout the country the as far as possible using Levy county Morse In having a nearby supply what we term unsafe cars or Junk Mr. Miller has stated that his ,

was added. The new law fixes a governor said the report had been money later to be supplementedby house, the Le La Vergne Company cars from our highways The reduction ganization will bring to the k J"


I.NO THURSDAY :22Mfrosby and will, In effect, require panies available obtained value ot $1,000 In' Starke, to be campaign In most' gratifying In Interested I In buying carloads or'I'I .tt
R Hodges
that "the truth" be told about the The governor scoffed at the :Idea Chairman! with the state paid for as used. view of the fact that all other stead of quarts. The berries: i 1,1'

cemetery la much in source and quality of the milk offered of the state entering the gasoline an appontment In Tallahasaee'at Final decision on the purchasewill states are showing derided increases sold for cash and returns tiL .
road department .
IIId: of a thorough cleaning, for sale In the state. business and buying gasoline In 2 p. m., and It Is hoped that the probably be made at the next In motor fatalities. During Immediately from the (' : ;

therefore, the W. T. Weeks Chap- Will Protest limit large quantities so it might be sold road will be worked according to regular meeting; of the board at the 'SaveaLife" campaign headquarters to the local aSl< ,,; ;
"' U D. C.. have arranged to "In conjunction with the ordinances ) cheaper, as advocated by Mr. which time boh companies will here there was reduction of tion and tbey In turn distributeIt : ')
have a day of work there Thursday of our var'ous: cities which Howey. this program. twenty per cent, !In fatalities." to the grower, who receives his I
Commissioners and others Interested submit their proposals.
the,22nd.. now require our Florida dairymento "The state Is a government Institution -. money in from twenty-four to for ': '

All persona who have loved ones meet a high standard, this law : ," Governor Carlton said, have been In the working roads on of this the county matter HI.'RItlKSM: > ItlMNH: NOio ( ty-eight; hours after the delivers, t,' .

or friends burled there, are requested will go far In safeguarding the "and excepting In extreme cases for long time and have had encouragement cltl'Tt'Iti4; KHf'AI'KII PRISON' SHIn: HOSTS TO FLY his berries to the association ; I
a ,
in developing Itself to KH: Handled In this manner, the
to help by work or giving public health as well M the state should confine from department offl- .
money to pay hired help. There our dairy industry," the department those duties. I do not think the c'als which lead to the hope that _. Orlando, Aug 13--Slrawber- grower receives the benefit of a .'
and Is severe enoughto Jerry Parks, colored, serving a full national market value for his
will be dinner on the grounds said situation here road 13 be completed as ries, cucumbers and beans of all
soon may
''hone attending are requested to The citrus fruit law amendments warrant such methods. I believe far as Ellzey at least. 25-day sentence on the streets for kinds have been removed from berries. ,

*b ing well filled baskets. were offered by the fruit the situation will be some- This seems to be one of the most fighting decided Tuesday to shake the list of fruits and vegetables Meetings; have been and will be

The pres'dent! of the local U. D. growers; tQ the state "as the best what remedied! by the conferencethat Important road connections whlcjh: the dust of Starke from his shoes classed as hosts to the Mediterranean held III all the berry growing purpose

r chapter Miss Amelia Ray, bas thought which experience has will be held between the are at present unfinished Levy and hunt fairer climate. While fruit fly by argon: of the tions of South Florida for the t ,

appointed the following commlts brought to this Industry up to the large companies and myself" county and the people are anxious at the city dump with a load of state plant board at Its regular of organizing associations In 4'

(I s to help in this work: present time" It was added that It be completed thus giving trash, he informed the truck driverhe monthly meeting; held In Gainesville each locality. !:t I
Committee of ceme- almost needless to INMTALMNW! NEW: KQL'IPMKNT: through and the street Mr. Miller will be accompanied
In charge "It seems a reasonable outlet to the splendidGulf was It was announced today. The
cry! 'leaning:: Mr. Joe G.. Crews.airman point out the absolute necessity of Hammock, Otter Creek and forces would have to get along new state regulations will thus on his visit by one of the largest '
.. of our citrus The Atlantic Co., has be- berry buyers In New York City I t i
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee such amendments Ellzey sections ot the county. without his assistance Upon permit the growing, packing; and
Mr n, S Humphry, Mr. F. A. 'ndu try was to survive,' the department taken over'the filling station on Bronson Journal ing Informed of the runaway, acting shlpp'ng' ot these vegetables In It Preliminary was announced.,(Investigations by ,I
Sr htt. said. the Holllngsworth property southof Chief Thornton went to the
.: both the Infested and protective !Mr. !Miller have convinced hm!
to the fertilizer have started Installation I
Taut and
Dinner Committee: Mrs. The amendments Starke state prison farm and brought two
HHAMKS lilt 11 Kit: TO SELL: tones' '
that he bring his
l B Canova Sr.. Mrs. J. M. AlvareZ law were Intended to furnishthe of modern electrical station bloodhounds and their keepers to -.- can organization.
Mrs. N T Rltch( Mrs. W. L. Wall purchaser with more definite equipment. 'Three large tanks trail the culprit. Into this territory to the mutual I'
According to a letter sent out to MARRI.UHX: := : 7 1)1- advantage of all concerned and especially it
MRS| 0. Jones, to the Ingredients vacuum-operated pumps are the trail k ,
Ollre Hay Mrs J. information as with stockholders by A. O, Shands of A heavy rain prevented \'OHt: : i\ IUt.\lWOICU the
v
grower J
Miss Rosa, Bal den, Mrs. R A. used In his commercial fertilizer."It being Installed and service unitsof Green Cove Springs/: president of from being picked up at the dump :,)

Weeks will mean much to the pur- the station will be in keeping. the St. Augusttne-Croen Cove but It was later picked up In Lin- Bradford county bad fewer marriages R.IIL ro.MMisMiov i 'l,

Finance: Miss Amelia nay Mrs. chaser if the goods he buys carrya Lights and power will be furnished Springs Bridge Company, final decree coln City and the chase led to the and divorces In 1928 than WITIIOl'TUTIIOIUTY I'
the
L. Haynes, Mrs George C. fag by which he will know valueof by a small electric plant. for foreclosure on the bridge creek near the Marlon Johns she reported for 1927. accordingto IX I'cnnnUTT.RS: : : { .!

White Miss Ethel Grlmn, Miss source, proportion and crop This Is the first station In Bard- has been set for September 2nd; grove. Before the dogs caught up the annual report of the bureau -- ,

Addle Balsden, Miss Florence Mat- the fertilizer he purchases, it it ford county to be opened by ths! and at this time the entire holdIngs with him, however, Parks left the of vital statistics' recently Issued. Tallahassee Aug. 12 Numerous 1'
')l')WS.IOCXTY. stated. The amendment, and the station will be took the highway '
and to
woods
was to a company, of the company will| be cold to For 1928 here were 132 marriages letters are received by the r
was added, was In respone supplied with the company's pro- satisfy the mortgage holders. where he walked Into the arms of 7 divorces. and one annull-! Florida Itallroad Commission from
TAX HEWrCTIOV :8 demand from farmers throughout the bulk station In Sheriff and his deputy total y j
ducts from Since completion of the bridgeIt Epperson meat while 1927 showed a people all over FIrldlrelative
MILLSAn the state. Jacksonville. has not earned sufficient to pay who were on their way to New 143 marriages; and 15 divorces. to service of light and power com F1 I Iponies.
-- River station to watch ,that point. Duval county led the state with In all such vases the reply r
error In addition In writing KO.U I .\III.1))1.1.:1): HIGN: COMMOH'ATIONSAll operating expenses and pay and Interest It is Jerry, who Ii) A frequent attend 177G marriages and 016 divorces; la that the commission: ban. no 'power >

'II the minutes of the county comr badly on borrowed money, ant upon the city court, receivedan Collier county footed the list with under the law to regulate thl.,\
',loners meeting the first Mon The rains of lust week 48 be- news Items and any matter supposed failure of the companyto additional 20 days for his attempted 13 marriages and Dixie, Gulf and clam of public utilities.

(I: i only showed a reduction In damaged a section of road and for publication must be signed by meet interest payments resulted escape and will sport an- Liberty reported the smallest num- A letter was received today from

"ntjr taxes of one'mill, Mr. Alrnun tween Green Cove Springs nearly person sending It In. SeYera| her In foreclosure proceedings started kle bracelets beneath hIs stripes. ber of divorces, 2 each. Totals a man, In Lake Flutter who has ,

< <, clerk of the board stated Penney Farms, apparently sonal Items were received! this Mr. Shands stated be did not con- .-r --. for the state were 17,970 marriages been seeking vain to get electric I

Monday, ...ben It should have been half the width of grade and pavement short- week and were not used because template on taking any step to New detoiy opened between Tallahassee 3,516 divorces and 19 an- light service HIs letter la typical. m Ei( ; '
washed out for a "the only consolation we ;l
two mills The Increase in state being learned ender falld! to sign their names, top sale and Quincy, reducing dls- nullments for 1028; 21,222 marriages In reply he wan told that the com 4v"e ,
"Ullage of C 1-4 mills will therefore distance. It has not been and Innocent-looking Items nave a have I I. that we have contributed tanca between these two points 11 4,011 divorces and 17 an- mission Is without authority la 1
have succeeded -
be offset 2 mills by action ot whether the authorities at time of causing trouble. I.a monument to the upbuilding! of miles. nullmeuU for 1927 such cases. '
the county commissioners.( In repairing the damage. way this section." |




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,'lnlt.t'Hii! church next Sunday Ytll. ANDTltE I ............,1,,.........e. .... ....004.0......+.. rus grower, who by a reccn* ,_
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morning; and evening. tlon to Issue a nationwide warningto Ing of the department of auri, ', .
Around Tow I Mrs. T. J. Durden and daughter its members with Instructions : Keystone Heights : I : Bootsc'-'s Beach : ture and F. the for combating this form of crime. 111... Helm OIl I.A. Cor. .1 and control
"Mrs. II. Chesner. were NEW! LEADERSHIPBy :< .....MOON4.O.OON000.iMr. plant board prolivv,, ,) _
guests; ot Mrs Durden's niece Mrs\ The warning as sent out by James ..............NO...0..: will have to harvest his grapui ,n;>
- O. L. Beasley of Starke this week. 12. Baum in charge of the associa Wade Clanking bas returnedhome crops by February 1st and, his ,,
driver,
Smith, the 1'1.
Mrs. Temple CRAIG B. HAZLEWOOD I tion's Proteotlvet Department says: The Tuesday night: dances at after staying many week angel by May 1st.TAKE .
rucelved a bad Injury Irt her left President American "Heavy losses are being sustained the pavilion are being very well at-
fired ...........C.. .... Bankers Asso tended. The music by "The Blue lu the south!
shoulder when her car was Q elationLEADERSIIIP through cancelled vouchersand
statements stolen from the Melody Boys,' Miss Kathleen: !Mr. Charlie Gaskins of Doctor'lInlet.
on by hold-up men last night. An- : TIIEKESSA : is a picturesque
visitor here last
was a
mall boxes of bank depositors In Dyson at the piano l especially<<
other woman, Mrs. Lamar Perkins, Miss Rhoda Zvigler Cor. It, one pictures : apartment and office buildings, good, I Thursday. CARE

escaped Injury In, the rear seat.ti .- o. A HamUbal fighting his way through i thus the bal-- Mr. Fred Carr left Saturday eve Miss Frankie Lou Mnrrhee returned -, TO BE; AN
divulging
.. ).......O........... the passes of ___ depositors' ECONOMIST
; Item In Scandanavlan paper. t 0 ances and supplying models for' ning for Meadvllle Pa., to spend : home Monday after _spending IN PR.OSPER.ITYi THERE
Mrs. J. J. Zelgler;; entertained the AlpNa forged checks. As a step to put a few weeks with his father, Mr. : several days at Glen St. Mary. IS NO FEAR OF YOUR

What"Tuck, Mrs. Perkins! What a large number of friends with a poleon In his customers on guard, against these : Almon Carr.Tuesday the guest of her uncle and aunt, BEING, -ONE IN ADVERSITY"

luck? tacky party last Friday night In campaignsorWashington methods, banks are urged to In- evening; Misses Julia, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kelly -z,..__
II honor of Miss Pauline Crabb of I i struct every depositor to whom I, Helen and Ellen Frances Gustaf- 'Miss Mark Gasklns of Bartow

That fellow on the keystone Miami. .ran assortment of jolly I holding I to- they.mall statements ot deposit accounts I son, Messrs. Donald Paugborn and Is spending several days here with
Heights road who refused to stop games were played, and a n.'ce'' gether his half- on the last business day of "Jimmy" Matthews were enter- relatives.

to be sprayed for ticks a couple supper was enjoyed. Prizes were : frozen army each month to notify them promptly I' tained at dinner by Mrs. F. M. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kelly and

- of weeks ago shouldn't have been given to Miss Alma Lee and Mr. by the sheermagnetism If such statements are not received Walrath In honor of the birthday : rh'ldren Pauline, Geneva and

no ashamed, we had them once K. S. Slbly for being dressed the :' his of .x by the close of the next,day of her son, Frank, Jr. Robert were the guests here Monday -
ourselves, a long; time ago. tackiest. At a late hour the guests characterat "Also banks should educate depositors !Mr. Harold H. Lawrence spent of Mr. und Mrs. L. M. Mur-

a departed saying they-. had a nice Forge.Valley But I to safeguard blank checks the week-end with his mother, rhco.> fry White, UU you cure lure'of health them!end While BKJ.PCT.

Did you ever notice that singers time.We visualize and cancelled vouchers as! they Mrs Ray Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Neon Bradley of have valuable propertyln'UfolC you

who make faces while they sing are very sorry to report that i something that- would money. Such paper stolen Mrs. Maud Church and son Kon- Jacksonville, have moved back to dequKtelyl I

usually make the audience do the Mr. W. T. Wallace broke his right holds a moreastounding Craig B. Hailewood_ by forgers soon puts real money )I nelh returned Monday after I upending I their farm here. One ofili, fundamental of true
the
same thing? wrist Sunday morning and will not spectacle in many re-I in their hands. If all bank chocks I ; a month or two In the north. Mr. and Mrs R. N. Crawfordand of economy your .Intcrtau> proper galnit/ ufeguirillng lou by tic,.

be able to use his hand for some spects than any of these. It Is the and cancelled vouchers were securely I !Mr. and !Mrs Phillip B. Cadman, children, were the gliests of .Don't dchytHAROLD:
The other day out In the sand time, though! we hope It will heal onrush of our business life. Our kept In safes instead of fil- who have been nortlr since May Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harris last .

hills southeast of town we pulledup rapidly.Mr. economic progress plunges aheadat I ing cabinets or desks, the check ore expected to return to Keystone Sunday. CWALLINSURANCE
little shanty by the side of crooks would denied their chief -a. o .
to a L. C. Zeigler of Gainesville, a rate unheard of In the history be Heights this week.
the road. A real old timer with was visiting )here Sunday. of the, nations of the world and I stock In trade, namely, genuine Mr. I I well Robinson was In :Freezing the Juice of oranges/;
duzlng In the blank check. and, and the hearts of grapefruit; for
hair on his toes was Mr. James Swindle was visiting; every Industrial and financial leader signatures. Jacksonville Monday on business
I sun, biB Chair titled back against Miss Mildred Dirt In Hampton Is dally brought face to face with Warnings to depositors against Miss Dorothy Jenkins, who has shipment to the Vast retail markets STARKE, FLORIDA,
"How far Is It to leaving blank cancelled checks of the north may solve completely -
the door steps. Sunday afternoon new and perplexing: problems requIring or I been attending the summer ses- Jo
Lake SoartdsoT" we inquired He Misses 'Pauline Crabb, Rhoda the highest courage an4 intelligence accessible to sneak thieves or burglars sion at the State College at Tallahassee the problem of the Florida cit- ,

glanced up'without moving "Well, Zeigler and Lester ZelRler; enjoyedan for their solution. should be sent out at "once.
as I recollect, It must near' bouj.a outing at Klngsley Lake Sun- Ninety billions a year, they tell "Estimates broadcast by surety' week. "
pipe and a half of tobaccy", he day afteriloon. us, this country is now producing companies indicate that Indlvldu miss Wilma Hays and) Miss! Dor-

answered. And before we could Misses Willie Mae and Okie H!n- in new wealth. The rate of Increase als, merchants: hotels and others I othy Jenkins are spending this c 1i
ask him Just how many cigarettesthat son had as their guests Sunday II is 'even more staggeringthan outside of banking are shouldering !I week at Camp Immokalee on Lake '
had back to more than 99 cent of the total
would be he gone Misses Margaret and Chloe Letta the amount. It is difficult to per Brooklyn. J7

sleep. Turner of Hampton. I say where it may lead us in even amount of forgery losses. The I Henry Ford, who has been as- n. h
bulk of forgery loss on checks is t'
Miss PaullneCrabb, who has ten or fifteen years. s'stlng Mrs. Walrath at the Inn,
I That old fellow was existing been visiting here the past week We are moving exceptionally sustained by those who are willing left Monday for his home in i ,

there without another living thingIn left Tuesday for her home In MI- fast. Our economic and Industrial to risk accepting them without re- Gainesville.

sight except four chickens that structure is placing before us prob-- liable proof of Identity- or title of Mr. and Mrs. D. n. Weld are "' ,

were picking around the yard and ami.Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Adkns! and lems of greater and greater magni- the presenter. spending the month bC: August in I?
j three mosquitoes that were pick, daughter. June and Grace were tude. Few men can see far ahead. "Years ago the Protective Department St. Augustine: 2 I

1 Ing around us. We couldn't help visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Few are in complete control for of the American Bankers Keystone Heights owes the recent v e
but wonder what had caused him Sunday. this Is a changing world, as even Association adopted the slogan, improvement In' the appear-

I i to begin his aelf-exile. Had he Rev. S. II. Dodd preached a very the most inexperienced businessman 'Strangers are, not always crooks' ance of the town's main thoroughfare ,! I

lost money? Been disappointed In interesting sermon last Sunday will readily testify. Our methods but crooks are usually strangers. ) to the community spirit and (
\
love? Bertayed by a friends? We night. A lame/ crowd attended and of adjusting ourselves rapidly If those outside of banking could ready co-operation ot some of Its INSECTS _

a speculated on all these romantic was enjoyed, by all. to economic changes and of cooperating be prevailed upon to observe this : residents. On Tuesday, Aug. 13, ((8:s.u, mud, hemjbrAl ':ItS

reasonsand all the time we knew Mr. O. W. Hinson was a visitorto are far from perfect. rule and think about it when considering I a number of men, all citizens of 0 br UoCamtBfe Con p'.,, 1 1900"
d why be wan there. Just an eight Gainesville Tuesday. What an opportunity the leader accepting, a check for their Keystone Heights; volunteeredtheir lira
IlonchMoth -Ants- *
merchandise services for which L1.d-hies-Moegnitoes-Bedb n 8-
letter word meaning "laziness. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison of ship of five, ten or fifteen years or I time and labor In a successful H 1
they are also asked to (give a sub. 11 AiitcrbuK -CrlctejB! aiWrittfottdiuanowelbooUtt iti many other insects
from beautify-
Waldo, were visiting Mrs. Den- now presents! What an adventure effort to Lawrence
Datrn Her stantial sum In cash! In change; one fit CormitA CI Co.,D"tiimar.A/J,
Helen
To nison's parents Mr. and Mrs W. It111 be! What responsibilities Boulevard. Many were busy with
I
It was right here by the river W. Parkham Wednesday eveningof It will lay upon the broadest of the biggest aids to the forgery relies and hoes, weed'nn and leveling -
1{ business be the I
would denied
used to stroll along, shoulders that be found!
Where we last week. may the sides of the street, while
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4 And I would throw at Illy pads Mrs E. Prevatt and baby of This is the challenge to leadership crooks. others worked: on the grass plotsin .r rA e. s !r p '
While Helen sang a BO lift- Hampton spent last Thursday "with as I setf It. In the hands' of the front of the various store build wgs sCTt'" -' m vy Sj.
How well do I remember where young men must rest thp responsibility ings. The result wan exceedingly r
k her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. SCRUB; GULL IS
She wove those violets in her halrl! I'al'kham. for this leadership i I gratifying nnd the city again has

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Trlest'entertained Boys Who Reached ,the1 Pinnacles i its malo population to tiank| for a
It was then we went In wading HALED TO COURT service' well performed.
Business
with a large birthday party is full of the romance '
;v Where the river sang BO sweet. .Saturday evening in honor of their of youngsters, whose chief char I -.-!- / I
The little fish would come up Clearwater Extensive oil 'o.
acteristic
son, James A large crowd attended was working hard and

close feet. \) and all reported pleasant keeping at It. There was a green Placed, on Trial for Hindering !! drilling opciratlons limits: \ of this underway prosperous incorporate
And nibble at our
1' farmer boy who decided he would
evening. ..
city. 9 w V'
beside that Development and Prosperityof Msr
I 'Twas over there' Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Hagan; rather stand behlnl a counter than Apallicutcola! Oyster beds In
stump and little children of Jacksonville! follow a plow. Ha seemed so obviously Dairy Industry. this vicinity inspected by retinblli'ntion It'00'dealer eannat rumtiJi,v.will .;....J-SOo,73c.n 111.25. Gim-JOe
t I felt my heart begin to thump! were visiting his cousin, Mrs.. lacking in sales ability committee or Franklin coun "'PP"" dlreet by 1..1.I PaM b JW
D. May and family Sunday, also lI'j that for a time no merchant would Indicted for robbery, larceny ty. _"1_ atregdarprla.
We sat there on the mossy bank, hire lie --
him. failed
In his first -
aunt. Miss Ida pagan; and a few other1 such charges,
+ The time flew by so fast, position, and in his second his
Rev. S. H. Dodd preached a very
Scrub' Bull went on trial for his
In Heaven
For we were up !'nterestlng sermon Sunday eveningat salary was reduced lie even
i, i Hut I knew it could not last, the Christian church.. agreed that he was a misfit-but life at Laurel, Mississippi, recently.

For over there's the place that,I Mrs. H. D. May was shopping In he stuck. Out of his first five It seems that for some tlmd! '
i4 Saw Helen kiss:another guy! Starke Monday. stores I believe _three failed. But people had suspicions that Mr. Bull EcoNomg

,... 1\lIeMs\ June and Gracie Adktns ha persisted and worked, hard. was hindering the right and law

i .......ON.............. of Hampton, and Mr. ration Ad- And that boy Frank W. Woolworth ful development of the dairy indus "
kjns} of Miami, were visiting at the became the greatest retail try, thereby ."maliciously and wilfully -
: HAMPTON home of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zeigler merchant in the world with a storeIn I lowering production and decreasing

i lM Ada Nlm...... Cur. : Sunday.. every city of eight thousand or profits in the dairy business S

i i........................ Mr. O.' W. Hlnson was a business more There population was another In this' lad country.who ," says the Bulletin of the Pleasure
visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. American Bankers Association Agricultural
Mrs. 'M. C. Sweeney, who has J. P. Dickinson was a visitor clerked In a grocery store sixteen Commission in comment- ,
of friends and relatives tours a day and studied mathematics -
; been guests to Starke Monday Ing' on the case. ,,-
in Philadelphia, Pa., for several Mr. W. T. Wallace and Mr. C. A, In his odd mO lelte. He
weeks returned to her home became interested In the doings of This, It says, was the first trial
u, Youngblood were !In Starke Tues
here last Sunday. the steel plant whoso employees of Its kind ever held in that\ sec

Greene of Miami, day.Most traded at this store. Ha( began: to tlon and was attended by several
: Miss! Gladys of the farmers of our sec- ASSURED these
In the guest of her grandmother tion have been having favorable study steel and sought a position hundred people. The Jury, representing by

Mrs. I, J. Priest tilts week weather for planting strawberries, fa the plant. Ha carried a sur every vocation within the
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads of which they hope will conttnue'.so veyor's chain and drove stakes At boundaries of the Laurel trade territory

Jacksonville, were the guests of and bring forth a prosperous sea- night he studied mathematics and rendered l a unanimous verdict

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker last son next spring.. engineering. He did not despair.' of "guilty." The death sentence Motor Fuel e
He could not be diverted. Ha kept
was pronounced "but duringthe
Sunday. Mr. J. P. D.cklnson.: and Mr. M. 7
the pressure on for seven years. night
Miss Marlon Jones, who has Hall were, visitors to Earlton before the sentence
been spending the summer with Monday.Mr. And that boy, Charles Schwab, could be carried out, friends! of the

a her uncle\ and aunt Mr. and \Mrs and Mrs A. L. Sullivan and mastered the iron Industry and became convict secretly spirited him away i
one of the country's great and he has not been
\Vm. Hammerer ot Philadelphia, daughter; Hilda, were In Starke seen slnce.1
't Pa., returned to her home last Sun- Saturday afternoon. industrial leaders. The arraignment came during ADVANTAGE
There was a lad who sold paperson Milk Products Show sponsored by
Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami, Is
day.Mr. a train. When he grew up several the banks of Laurel.
i and lira. I* J. Wynn and visiting: Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zelg People attending ll x
million men and a score of
the show had the opportunity -
'
Mr. and Mrs. H. D May are taking ler._
billions of doUars of capital were of also attending the bull's
of
an outing among the lakes Clay -
given i profitable employment "trial" and went away firmly convinced
;; and Mrs.Putnam W counties.B. Alexander and .*.................+++.. through his "Inventions. Even In. of the seriousness lax 'v OCO.PEP gives you (1) More Miles,

Miss Wilma, spent last I middle life, Thomas Edison continued and out-of-date methods in the pursuit '
daughter J (2) Start and
BOATDRAIN Quick Lightning Pickup
Sunday with Mrs. Alexander's to work twenty hours a day, of dairying. The purposes of ,

+ mother ;Mrs. M. L. Maynard 1 otAlachua. .. Mrs. Blanche Edwards, Cor. it neceasarV achieve his purpose. both the Milk Products Show and 1 (3) Giant Power, (4) Less Carbon, (5) _
,
.NNOON.ONNONOON.'atiVe Leadership Is not play Leader- the trial were threefold, namely: ,
ship offers countless positions of to develop publIc sentiment for I Clean Burning, (6) ,Anti-Knock, and (7)

Miss Clyde Moseley, has as hefguest had to get out our boats varying opportunity, of which the more and better jerseys; to fostera It all these -
her sister 0, Mrs. Ormond of again this week. on account of the highest pinnacles will mean almost more cooperative spirit for dairy- Complete Safety. gives you

Jacksonville.Mrs. heavy rains. unbearable responsibility In the Ing and livestock growing, and to advantages In PERFECT COMBINATION. TI.I... $......P.ni -
M. E. Reddish and daughter Little Thelma Prevatt entered new era. There will be men with promote tick eradication. .,. "...U Motor 011 I*

Miss Lola Reddish of Jackson. school this week. the fire and Iron to qualify even The banks of Laurel entered Woco-Pep makes, your Motor Fuel dollars l ab..f..s.. ., .ar.man...

villa visited Mrs. Reddish' niece, The people here are busy setting for these places. Such men must into a cooperative arrangement In farther and gives more motoring ywaluin.. .."
go you -"aw' pro;
,
M>s. L. Parker. strawberry plants. have had the very finest prepare their efforts for fostering agricultural ,fall.
,ll Mr. Albert Sullivan, Theressa, Miss Leona Coleman and friendof 0' tion and the most grueling tests. development and successful ..leasure. IIundreds of thousands of Southern Ihf' .AK..I''pmforni.r ac:'

:was transacting business here last Jacksonville, are visiting her _Their reward will be the attain farming In the community, offering motorists use it exclusively. More .f mar .lr.l.ht (UMllM. -
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Monday. mother here.Marvin ment of these highest pinnaclesof $2.165 as! premiums to the outstanding .
Her. F. M. Taylor preached at Green of ;Miami, Is visiting achievement, and the, renderingof Cam workers throughoutthe friends won every 'day.
;the First Baptist church last Sun- M. 0. Grlflls: this week. an Immeasurable service to their territory during 1929. An Instructive

day evening. The subject used was Mr. Russell Hornsby of ,Hell- times. booklet has been Issued, Fill with Woco-Pepl t It-will give a
up you
"Social Gossip. Is it for Chris- more, was visiting here Thursday.Mrs. showing the agricultural activity

_ tians? A cure for it." Each part F. M. Taylor of Hampton, of the banks, together; with announcements performance TREAT. There's a Blue and ..
of the subject was thoroughly discussed was visiting her mother Monday MAIL BOX THEFTS of contests for farm White Seaboard Oil ..UI\I ON
<< Company Station
and by the use of beautiful Marvin Green and family, Mrs. ers, exhibits In the bank lobbies or;

pictures and phrases, it was made Priest and children, Mr. and Mm. AID CHECK FORGERS and prizes offered.BANKERS authorized<< dealer near you t
very Interesting, and applicable to Eugene; Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Zenos ,.

human nature. At the conclusion, Grlfllfl, Mrs. Eva Sullivan, Mr. DEVELOP ... .
large_ audience of eager listeners! Albert Griffis visited Stevens lake :'. 0" tl,. PUPS Olt-
American Bankers Associationin NOVEL INSTITUTEThe THE SEABOARD OIL CO.
DUlributort
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returned to their homes with a Sunday.Mr. ,J RADIOpg.OGRAM

good: life-long lesson, founded on R. L. Lee and family spent Nationwide Warning Exposes .-RY TUESDAY
God. Georgia Bankers Association TSI1E PURE OIL CO.t.-t. E
the word of Sunday at Kingsley Lake. Methods and Gives NIGHT;
Mr. horn Ogden of Pompano visIted in cooperation with the State
Mrs. Eugene Lee and family
his mother, Mrs. S.* A. Saxon were visiting her mother Mrs. M. Rules to Combat Them. College of Agriculture has! sponsored
this week. a series of farmerInstitutes
G. Grfflls Sunday.
NEW YORK-Active operations la various of the State of
Dr. Faver and family of Jacksonville parts
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Edwards and
visited here this week In many cities of mall box thieve, an entirely new character. Tbo
son, spent Saturday In Jackson-
Mrs. I. \V. Wesley of Waldo, was ville. who open bank communications principal feature Is a large _an i &p

the guest of her cousin. Mrs. A. A. .. to customers, containing details of comprehensive exhibit transportedIn
% McDonald last Saturday. Miami Beach maintained lead their account and cancelled. four large trucks and set up .teach o
_ In checks showing their banking signatures stop. When set up it fill* aspace
Mrs. H. F. Chesser had as guests building among all Florida cities t- _
and use this material. In 40 60 feet and consists It -jj
last Sunday'Mrs. Blaokwelder and during; recent!' week, with June ) by
daughter Miss Blackwelder, and total of 11,086,522. which Is 31322 ,- perpetrating check, forgeries, bar of panels charts, and models on aorol oft. Look for those GASULlNEA.
Mrs. Rhoden and children all of In excess of figures for May. led,the American: Backers Associa practically every phase of agricul
Arradla Federal government tuna Signs in FloridarAG1
their
New York. They were on I leased railroad connecting Dorr

way to Sarasota.I and Carlstrom flying :fields to De-
Rev. DIxon will preach at the : Soto county chamber of commerce. w

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_1- .Si I child as !stated In the Cincinnati: understanding among northern seamed sufficient to warrant the shall deliver tile person so adjudged M. nhoden. II, A Dew D. C. Kln- I
t Newt of Florida In Short Paragraph (Commerc: Tribune of July 26 and eastern citizens of the Irob.lems expense of the state maintaininga to the county commissioners laW J, S. Starling, \V. C Croon, j"" ,

I and attributed to the diagnosis, of the Sunahqa: State and the department for this purpose. of the county where lie or she Drew Reddish Mrs. Mamie Mead, \' ",
I of a Dr. Lawrence lit, Spitselberg- steps taken to solvo them. Propositions of o'l!1 companies are resides, for care, maintenance as Dr. B. S. Carroll, Wm. Kalch. Mn, ,' 4,\: ,! ,

(Iof.. that city. "The story is a being nntertalned. however and provided for by law. Provided, R. M. Prevatt, Dr Edwin: Souther*. ;''f
i 'vicious! attack upju: Florida" nays 'Operations: of the plato motor serious though will be given: the that :f any responsible person or "-. I). Carleton W R. Whitehead, ,
[Live State News I II I President Sholtz, "and from the vehicle department during the matter, the chief executive ex- persons ofteis: to assume the care, J. J. Col son, Mrs. 1>. L. Silcox J. .
general outline of the statements month just passed cost the state \pliina.%: : custody of allY iri-h harmless person W. Alvarez, Mrs. Margaret C .'

made It Is evident that the author 120,845.93 less than It did during without cost to the stile or Clarke H. W. Hodges, Mrs. J. T

Is wholly Ignorant of the fruit fly, July of 1928, according to a That there are a considerable county, the judge or court may In Johnson, J. P." Wilkinson, 0. RStannbury .
M and] the Infestation his or Its discretion so order." II. L. Johns, A, S. I j
I BY of Florida by report of, expense accounts ot t all number of senile or harmless patients
TOLD OUR EXCHANGES the pest. departments just handed\ Governor at the state liosp:till at Chuttnhoochet 1 Strickland, A. D. Andrew, \V. N. ,\ : ','. "
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,In.JlOXOH no I.!, Johnson.
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Carlton The license department *, who properly) shouldnot .f '0{,
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M, -nom.- '- -, --,_._--,-" .".. Tallahassee! Another test suit operated on $11,841.28 as against have been committed there 'J
.Wllllatn J, Howiiiibllcan in conettlonMvlth laws passed by $10,049.45 of last year. In the was brought out In a meeting of Those paying t her! subscriptionsto Julian Longner has returned "
., ,nvUle! plane, the body of Lieut. '
i I r S. C. Car-
. [ nominee for gover- deiro-Sarlus the 1929 legislature will\ be flied theft department a total cost for the board of commlsNioners of the Telegraph during July were: from Baton Houge where he appeared /, ;.
I. .I general, election/ last No- tonight lirazlllan navy flier, wlth'n! a short time, according to the month of 16599.43 was recorded state institutions livid in the gocrIJor's ,- N. I). Green, Mrs I. M.\ Crosby. N. before the new Federal 1 ,
''I i the wits chosen chairman of In rested In 50 feet of water, Information received Today by Attorney while in the same month office this week In an effort A, Powell J. U. Knight, J. (1. Farm Board III behalf of the poultry I :" ."
(I'' ,,I. i I" i r, PeiiHaeola bay Into which he General Fred H. Davis from last year this department had total to curtail expenses at thlllh08ptal Crews, 'B ,H. Dodd, \V. T Hollzen-!' fern and celery Interests' of the 'I ::If"( "
,,11.i,, ',itc lepubllcan advisory comut ,ilunged; today near Fort Burran- John K. : dart, K/O. Peterson Martha S. state lie found the board entire- 'l '
executive Mt. tthews Jacksonville\ ext1ond.tu\'es of $92,037.19.; : letters have gone out to ; fIy \ t ,
| meeting wh'lo.on
I I I''" an as I training flight With attorney The suit will be broughtto Salaries and training expenses all county and circuit judges In McCormick Mrs. J. \V. Griffis, Mrs. sympathetic particularly In regard [ ,',

1 J'' I..clayI .. -.. "',. enrchllghts;'; : playing over the waters test constitutionality of the law were tha main'polnts to bo cut In the state calling attention to the .\. M. Pettlt, B. y, Saxon, J. K.: to the BltuHt'on! In the celery ",S ') f '
a rl'eor workers, who rushed which placed trucks and Aotor title\ year's July statement. following section of the law governing rouKlass.; L. A. Alvarez, A. B. Sur- and plumostis) districts The farm : : i ,f'' l'' 'j 1
II D. Ycrxa
said
I ,water to the scene of the tragedy In buses under the jurlsd'cttorS: of the this !duty: "Provided, when rcncy. Wash Hoberson, S. J, Nor- board, has been In existence only ,J'i! 'I\ : ."
'islit; that dll drilling on the I every available boat at naval air /state railroad commission. In a There in no necessity! of callingan the proceedings reported by the man, Mrs. 0. King: 'Mrs. M. C., three weeks and Its policies and ,e,! } I %I
v i I. Verxa 98 acre farm would station here, struggled frantically letter to the attorney general Mat extra session of the legislatureto said committee' show the alleged SweeneyV.. A, Browning, Newton methods are not sufficiently formulated i 1'L' f.: :

I I i I .lIme() this week, probably ''n an effort to raise the piano and I iewq, member of the 1929 legislature reconstruct the bank'ng laws ,aisanlty IH' rronlo or duo to epi- Strickland A. L. Crosby, Dora to indicate definitely the ,:a ii! ..t,,
I' i has, made Bald the well al- the flier's body to the surface, but 1 that passed the law said Governor Carlton said upon his return lepsy or senility! and that person Sullivan. Alice C. M. Hewke. II. method of assistance It will give to ;' I 1,1 '
, a showing of oil without success Hope was expressed he had G. AldermanV. N. Lindsay N. body of producers. ,, -
i been! retained as attorney here this week, This matter does not require confinement or : any organized c'I",, ..
, i' c stimutpd would yield four that they would be recovered for a group/; of truck owners who was attended to at the regular Hussion. .necliniiicnl restraint to preventelf L. Crews, S. R Murgan>> DrV., K.M'ddletou :. ;
!barrels a day If pumped. before morning do '! J. Fronk Carpenter, It has been announced throughthe ..
r.
.. I not conduct a common carrier The new laws have: been Injury or vtolance to others ; "
.. business. Matthews said that! he printed and articles explaining but that he or she Is Indigent, the Ella Parks Q. "'. HalfidenV.. J. Marion county chamber of ', I 4 '\\ ;;I t )
i i in Ground: was broken to- Tallahassee Florida's resources expects to have o-drlver of u truck their adaptability will be sent the Bounty judge or the judge of the Mooney, C S. GrllllH, C. C. Crosby, commerce that n bonded ware- I ,'

,d ,I' "I.i the wholesale distributing ; soon will be shown In condensed owned: by one of these men arrested nnanc'al\ periodicals In the near tin'ult court as the cage may bu, 1\\[. M. Crosby, (lien n. Searing, A. house fat peanuts Is to lie established ; 'l'' ;,
. t of the Shell Petroleum com- form to thousands of per bound over by a justice of the future. The advisability\ of the shall as judge and decree that the J. Underhill, C. II. Pltzer, A. II. by the Ocala Manufacturing 7 t rgI; ., ,
;
;i, Ih' a Dutch concern which la sons through the mid-west. AI- peace and then have him released state' entering the gasoline business person la I Incurably insane'harm-I Alvarez, !!, A. J D. Cohurn, S. 8.iDowling. Company and will be ready for I ;'!I

I' i. ml I UK Its operations Into F'lor- Veady the rolling exhibit, to be under a heabeas corpus\) proceed as wan suggest at the recent ".N* and Indigent and shall make I Mrs. II, M. Barker II. II. operation In about 40 days. i :
'The permit calls, for a bulld.1 shown at various fairs t .1J' ..J
, throughouta /\ )
ing as the basis for his suit. ,
, steel construction 28 by 40, wide territory, la on its way to .. I t c #" |

,' ,'IKui 'e and garage and threei Carthage Mo., where It first will Pennacola Ingenuity Is a common I il I r(' \. .\
i i- ,mil' gallon; storage tanks, all\ ol be opened. Heretofore the state tra't! with and -', -- I i' ,' ,
army navy: !
" II will: cost $15,000. has sent Its fair exhibit to the aviators but 'Is required all the ft" Economical Tranpertattomon ;i i */ if

north by rail, but this year a upp- tricks In the bag for Lieut. "". O.Henderson 't's!! .. ''d''d
karwater( Payroll checks daily designed motor truck is carrying : army pilot, to land his : lP.at. :4 i cf ,

,I",. ,iillnii approximately $19,500! it, along with J. A, Mac'n- plane hero today. Henderson was i1. r"1 "'/
> ,i.. distributed to the Medfly tosh of the state department of bowing I a target for machine gun !! :
I'i .IIUrll tlO1 forces in rinellna agriculture/ who Is In charge of I practice at Fort Burancus when astray 1 y,
. nutty, ) yesterday, this was the the show i bullet'struck the cnbM at. '" \
.. < ji !,,
With the _
> ,dy pay day. pay- lacked to the target: fraying Ii., ,
, H I[ stertJay" the plant hoard has St. Petersburg Lester Har- After practice: when the pilot : i: j" \,
..I nut more than $50,000 to la- vey local business man, joined the sought to release the target he "t. !
i i ih and Inspectors In this couniii ranks of those protesting against; he found he couldn't do so, h i l'' ,

. < June 4. men's heavy summer clothing the metal "mecsenger," used to """J
when he appeared on the main I }:f t ,
release a. trigger, catching in the ,
i ake Wales Milton n. Med- street of the city today clad in irayed cable. Henderson tried to

who died Wednesday in pajamas "It's a. great rel'ef" he pull In the target but wind resistance
. !ladclphia. designed! : the singing: told admiring crowds of men who was too great. Then he dhothert';

ii wan erected by Edward W. Bok followed him down the street. "Pa- tried stunting! but all the barrel : ;

,,' Mountain Lake near ,here said jamas on the street will become rolls and tall spins he essayed were
i I" authorities to be one of the the fashion as soon as men muster unavailing. Henderson's gas sup

'tir) >:e original\ works of archltec- up the courage to follow the ply: was running: low, yet to land( I I ri I J J't JI
niie In this country the other two footseptt of the pioneers" Police with the target; meant disaster. l

fo Ing the Nebraska "state oopltol! } officials gave their omclal approvalto Finally the pilot swung hU plane

, 'Id tile memorial library at Kan- the costume close! to earth, passed over a :Record
.at.. City. Neither of the three Is a clump of trees and zoomed. The M.

,opy) of any existing form of arch- M'aml'! "Ilorcei Alderman's target; struck the trees and broke \ .

,n't ,-lure. friends! will not: be admitted to his away, whereupon Henderson land
execution," Judge Halsted L. Hitter ed his plane safely. \ 0 !

Tallahassee Expenditures of( of United States district court, ,: ,I''

the state government exceeded re- said today In i reply to the con Gainesville-That Florida tfit- _ '

. ints by more than $400,000" In demned man's request. He added 'tle men can raise good cattle at /, :: '" \ J I:

I iuly according to a compilation that his order signed June 24, ex- an overhead cost of at least 50 percent :! I .... @) i1"'" \ j ,
inounced by the. state treasurer clud.ng: newspaper men from the less than can the cattle men 1 Io I' J' I'a '

.total r"celpta for July were $2.- execution Aug. 17, at Fort Laud- : of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and other I. / : ftg !<
: ''i 1.96''l.93, while disbursements erdale, would be "carried out to mid-western and northern cattle I .
amounted. to 269418780. The the letter" Alderman, who was states, was the statement made :

I-lance- left In the treasury front( convicted for the murder of three yesterday morning by C. M. Carrier 'I : I n rf i
"
iiilv)! was 4885814.49! as com- government officials, Aug. 7, 1927, of Punta Gorda, who was ;i f
;lar-d:: with 15,299,031.49 from In a desperate fight at sea off Fort among those who made a tour of "1't \.1.f
'
Lauderdale yesterday announced ,
lime Inspection of the test pasture lots !! ,
5,5 that he desired a number of out at the experiment station of fr

Bradenton The partly clad friends and representatives of the department of agriculture of !I
hudy of Capt. Nathan Fulford, 68, newspapers to be present when he the; University of Florida. Mr. Carrier (

ass found.In about six feet of wan is executed. right there and then startedan SIX CYLINDER][ C1HIEVROLJET'S r.f( .
' i r at Cortez a fishing\ town several argument with some of the old
m les west of here today. A motor Gainesville-F. II. Ivey Is a patient i I' 'timers who have been In the busi- I I
,Under head was tied about hisnerk. at the Alachua county hosp ness here for many years but he I r

Friends said he had been de- 'tal, suffering' from cuts and I stuck to his'point that, given good the road less than months dip
pondent because of failing health bruises sustained In an automobile. stock, the Florida cattle raiser can, eia/it I (n

ruptaln: Fulford was one of the accident which accurred late I by fencing his land and paying attention *' ;

original settlers of Cortez. He was Thursday night on the bridge I' to Improved permanent ,. .1 .'
, native of eastern North Carolinaand across the Santa )Fe river about pastures, and with a much longer -' ,I ,H,'",,' .1'

came to Cortez about 40 years four miles north of Waldo on the season, do better and make more ,I Jf'
Ocala to Baldwin highway. Ivey, money than can the cattle raisers '
ago .., driving a Chevrolet sedan, Is said In other states. At the present time Less than eight months have beautiful new bodies-which arc I t ,:

the office to have collided with a truck load- Mr. Carrier and his associates are ,
Jacksonville Entering colorsSix
elapsed since the first Chevrolet available in a variety of J'
of St. Elmo W. Acosta, city ed with bananas consigned by a fencing more than 25,000'acres of J : i t

park commissioner: two negroes I Jacksonville fruit firm to south' rich prairie land in Charlotte and was delivered into the hands represent one of Fisher's greatA : ,
Miss Florida customers The truck escaped DeSoto counties, northeast of Punta -
today bound and gagged
Mary Lou Scoville, a stenographer with slight; damage nor was Gorda There t.hey'are establishing of an owner-and already there est style triumphs. And its ,: !is(
they the driver Injured, but the Chevrolet a large ranch on which they '
after
and with (
had escaped kicked her Into$30 unconscious was badly wrecked, wlflle .Mr. expect to raise high !grade cattle are more than a million sixsafety and handling ease are so '. : ,, .;it !
,
ness The girl was found lying Ivey received a severe jolting beIng for the Florida winter demand cylinder Chevrolets on the '
which, according to Mr. Carrier outstanding that it's a sheer n1
on tile floor of her office an hour also cut by flying glass. ,.!

later by her John and called BuShloper the police., who revived No- West Palm. Beach. -. This community the been Florida able to cattle meet.CAPITOL .men have never road! And the reasons for this delight to sit at the wheel and i !?t'' .'

trace of the, robbers has been which witnessed the Inaug- 4 overwhelming success are easy to drive. In fact, the new Chevrolet It ,!I. '
uration of the sun-back style In '

found. .. women's dress and no-back fashionIn ,. t\ ti'f.1TFNIdl1'S: I II .. understand. Six has completely changed every j" '\:

Clearwater:! City Commlssionc bathing suits, today! had its nrst I I Into field that had hitherto previous idea the r
> II, D. Yerxa, part owner of the glimpse of the new se'tixible! sum- a price as to what buyer i.
Owyer-Yerxa Monday said mer fashions for men Sam Goldstein Tallahassee, Aug. 13 (C.:? 10', S. .
lfirm been occupied exclusively of ;
;
that traces' of oil had been found local! golf loll'//"played a round Special., Extradition papers a low-priced car now
the Kelsey City country club were, granted there this week for The COACH f ; .
on the here where a on
well has property'been'near under way since course clad la blue pajamas. The the Enid, Okla., sheriff I who left by cars$5 has a right to expect for ...1\ $ I

fune. The well Is now 322 fe.pt ensemble! was completed by straw this city with John Henderson, arrested Chevrolet has 9 5 his money. ': -P'I
deep Yerxa declared the trace of hat and golf shoes. It created lit- at Starke on a wararnt I TII. 1,,
The outfit was a hm with Hen i of ..... 525 Iy' I
oil persisted: through a strature of tle excitement charging forgery. "" a six-cylinder car amaz- ROADSTER } ;; '
and four feet thick but that It success from the standpoint of the derson Is said to have conducted a PHAETON"' .......:525 You owe it to yourself as I 'Vin';
whether oil wearer except for the fact that the general clean-up of funds !in the ing quality and value. Not Th* 593 I
wa impossible to tell
.
afforded O.MJPR......... t,
,xlsted in .commercial. quantities little thnness'! protection of the from material the sun./ Mr. Oklahoma city r,--- only does it offer the 6 oaTCouPB.. 6-J5 a careful I buyer, to see .1 r. I.' I

P'.rty.: Taylor county authorities Goldstein: tonight was nursing an Fact concerning the expected re- smooth quiet velvety NFOAN Th* ,..........b75 and drive this car. For t HI+
in* ,
"all over" case of sunburn. sults from the administration tax :>
today, were holding eight men IMPERIAL SEDAN { .
I : :
a boat, tour mqtor trucks and a S laws, adopted at the last sessionof performance of a great K.arnn.tha.is9' $ i it gives I you every advantage ; i't' !
I
Tallahassee Suit, seek'ng reimbursement the egislature will soon be published ,
Quantity of liquor, 'captured at 7i. Light f I' I'' "
KI;:, aton Beach 18 miles from here, from the state of In throne prominent financial six-cylinder valveinheadmotor I.eIl..ry l .... ... 400 of a fine six-cylinder I c'r'' ';1
than $30,000, claimed to be magazines according to information r.h til 545ri j ;
Early yesterday. Officers said the more Ton rt .. 1i I''
county as Inter- given out at the capitol but from ranh.nd. tjici automobile-n tIJepnce "
due Hillsborough[ every Ht
;
trucks carried extra license\ plates Gh:MU with i Cab. I
est on tax certificates, was filed this week. The Wall Street Jour-
*fiom,>re headed several north states at and the evidently t'me of In the circuit court of Leon county nal, Dally Bond News and Manu standpoint, it is a finer All prtrft fHnt.MlcH.COM /. o. ft.factor. range of the four and J, ,J\11;

tho ande late today by the Hillsborough facturer's Record, each requested PARR the d.ll....... .
seizure. The boat cargo
val- board of county commissioners At- statements which are being prepared automobile. than 1 was ever pricm .. w...II .. til. II.' with economy of better'' I I
'luipment officers said, were ,\ 1
levin conld
II. Davis sa'd will be ma'led! them this jpf : l :
torney General Fred and valuii.I (Jiovrod ; ,
<"d at approximately $100,000. that If the suit were sustained .the week. Publicity of this nature is before thought possible !.!'. .llv.r.<).t rlc a Includ than 2O miles to the ,1. a;,
..
Barnes of the men taken prisoners only ."-.o.hl. .. ii
*'"re not made public. state would of dollars be made In suits liable that for regarded here as extremely 1m- at such low prices Its chara.. for delivery. andfinancing. ,gallon! Come in today '
millions t J r
brought by other counties ;
could be
: unpublished i
anford Four Florida. The suit seeks reimbursement : Renew Your Health : ., ii i
' -ttisrs! each criticizing the plan- In SPECIAL RADIO PROGRAM ;

n It's part In the operation of the i from the state redeemed of $30-tax I By Purification The Chevrolet Motor Company will present special radio program Wednesday, \ t i
':It', government while he was city' 468.74 in Interest on Hills- August 14, over the Columbia network, 8-8:30: Eastern Standard Time, celebrating t ;
"i,rney and commending the San- sale certificates which the I Any physician will tell you that"Perfect the millionth SU-Cylinder Chevrolet delivered |n lees than V mouth' tint. ,'": ,
commissioners ,
.
of county .
board I
to1' borough Purification of the System .
(
''I'd t'
Herald campaign
In Its I
for the ,\ I I
claims Is due !It I is Nature's Foundation of ,
t"" were
Ing about his resignation
1927, 1928 and 1929 to July HealthWhy not rid
introduced today by the defense years yourself of chronic ailments that Torode-Ritch Chevrolet Company

in the $100,000 libel suit of Geo. 1. I are undermining your vitality t.i; l

A Decottes against the newspaper. Jacksonville "Medical men of I, Purify your entire system by tak.. yr II
,im<>g M Carson chief of defense accordingto ing a thorough course of Calotabs
. unsel read the communications Florida statement are unanimous Issued, today by ;| -*once or twice a week for several Starke Florida !I, '

o the Jury, in an effort to d'sprove a David Sholtz of the ;i weeks-and seo how Nature rewards I
r,allce IR the publication of alleged President 1, you with health.
libelous articles. Florida state chamber of commerce | Calotabs are the greatest of all .; :IJ J \
"In advising the organiza- purifiers. Get a family: ..
system RANGE OF THE FOUR I
In tion that It is not possible for the package with full directions. 0tty A SIX IN THE PRICE : 1 ,, I
PnascolaStilt; strapped Mediterranean fruit fly to have 35.eta. at drugstores. (Adv), ,t 1 ttVIrOl'RT
the cockpit of his wrecked air j ,t}r > I",i
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I.......... ........... Mrs\ Dlnklna, the president opeV- read, especially In the marts of the

'! .* Hd the meeting with scripture The country I

ocie.W001 1 I : LAWTEY iimiul business was carried' on afterwards The senator might profit by a

the guests enjoyed a social short talk with Mr. Commander
*............*...< .*.. .
hour in which the hostess head of the 100 per cent

I Frank Cir *oii served her guests with a delicious tive Florida Citrus l : t'o-opera-I

Our community watt saddenedlast salad course. The fact that buyers
ImHlN'O
KUM.NA :
>-AU> :
i1 I Thursday morning when It Mesdames !If. E. Edwards and eager! to come to Florida and bid "STORES ALL OVER FLORIDA"

beautiful) b ;;:wedding mark- was learned that Frank Green W II. Edwards pent Tuesday In on strawberries is not conclusive:

ed by exquisite simplicity! was that had been killed In an automobile Gainesville. evidence that they would do the RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THE AT RE, STARKE, FLORIDA ,

of Miss Martha Matilda Alderman I accident, which occurred a bo(it a Mesdames O. W. Roberts and same thing In their eager effort!: to

young; daughter of Mrs. John Daniel mile north of Lawtey. as he was J. T. Moore spent Monday in Jack socurp citrus fruits or vegetables. Let's Go to Evans' to Buy Our Groceries. They Make us Feel that They :

Alderman. and the late !Mr. Al- going to the farm of Mr. Chas. sonville.Mr. Ask any Informed man. Senator Appreciate Our Trade

derman and Mr. Frank Ernest Dlnklnn. The accident was caused \ and Mrs. A. M Lewis had as Fletcher could easily lufprm him- i

when he apparently lost control of self if he cared to save himselfthe ;
Wood, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. their dinner guests Sunday her sis Blue Rose 5 lbs
Frank E. "Wood of Jacksonville, the light Ford truck he was driving -, ter and! brother-in-law, Mr. and embarrassment that must sure- Dry Salt-S'd'1Jl ea t No. 2 Can

which was qultely solmenlzed at 6 after ho passed several cars Mrs. James Nesuitte of Eustis. ly be his because of his having RICE 25c !

o'clock last evening at the home of on the highway. The car turned R. R. Thede was a business visItor gone off half cocked in his market- -

'bride on Greenwood avenue In Arden over throwing him with terrible to Starke Monday.Mr. lug address. BACON lb. 19cCLEARBROOK 1 : ::s"iTomatoes 1 10c i

The Jlev. Melville Johnson force on the pavement crushing .his and Mrs. A. It!. Lewis and ". Maxwell /

of Florida skull. Arthur Pierce attended the ball I'ItCElIINdS _ _
i of the University ,, I OF KCIIOOLIU '
Gainesville.: performed (the ceremony -,' He was hu'rrled to Starke to the game in Jacksonville Sunday after >.Utl!> COFFEE46cFLOUR PET :

In the presence of a gathering operating room of Dr Biggs but I- small(

of close friends and relatives.The died soon after arriving. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. II. Register o'f Board met; In regular session

bridge Is the younger daugh- Frank was a man of unusual Jacksonville spent Sunday with Aug. 5,, 1929, with all members I Butter Ib 49c .iilk 'large lOef<<

ter of !Mrs. John Daniel Aldermanand talents. When only eght: years her mo'ther, Mrs. W. F. Godwin. present, namely: James T. Moore.A. .'I -

the late Mr. Alderman and B. and H. D. May.
of age he was adopted by Mr. and Surrency ..--- SELF-RISING .
Duval High
was graduated( from Mrs. Chas. Dinklns and by his Minutes of the last meetingsread (

I school. She attended for Women the at Florida Tallahassee wonderful, traits of splendid manhood N. Y. Packer and approved, bill for the I Dry Salt Plates Guaranteed Van Camp's, 6 cans for I1 I
College
State they never had cause to regret monHi audited and ordered paid. Q Ibs. 25c
where she was a popular .
; taking; him Into their home. Makes AttackOn The matter of public school mu- '
member of the Chi Omega Horor- BACON16c 12 Ibs. 50c
He was indeed true and a -- --- --- Mill
a son Starkewas
. sic for colored school at 25c
and late completed her education .- - -
Ity loving brother to the whole family. of 2J S5c .
Fletcher refused on account of lack
. at Brenau college, Gainesville _ _ _
t Ho was a man that was never censored funds.

:. ;, I (ia. and made his friends by his Superintendent Instructed to LARD White -- .
Mrs. Wood Is one of Jackson- SHJH lloilila, Senator |IJ: Ignorant '
Frank born
acquaintances. was
.' ville's most promising! young musicians .\ni Kllmlil in ','('I liThe make the best arrangements that 2 pgs. for
. 4 Np(
and also March 30th, 1884 and died Aug. he could to relieve the crowded Onions 3 Ibs. 25c
Is a talented pianist 8th 1929 being at his death 45 condition lu Hampton colored 2lbs. 25c BRAN
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plays the pipe organ. year of age. New York Packer a publication -, school. - 25c
Mr. Wood Is the youngest son of devoted to the Interests of Irish 5 Ibs.
The funeral, one of the largest The board agreed to furnishlumber
Wood of
E.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank the marketing produce launchesan
graduated from Lawtey has known, was held at for walk' 'tacross Boatdraln 8 lb. .pail$1.23Van 1
,' this city and was attack on Senator Fletcher for Potatoes
Military academy at the Methodist church Friday afternoon east of Hampton provided the bus 23c
the Columbia remarks made by that gentlemanIn Super 3 pkgs. for
Columbia, Tenn. He attended the at .2:30: o'clock, and was a recent speech at Jacksonville from Theressa Is loaded so that .

University of FJorlda at Gainesville attended by many sorrowing peo- Fletcher was appealing to growers they cannot be carried on this Camp Can Large

and Is a member of the Slg. pleRev, Starrs spoke comforting and( farmers to assist the Federal route. SUDS _ 25cFrench's
words to the bereaved family, who Charley Hall waR granted $5.00
fraternity.
irm-Nu Farm Loan Board.
Mr.' Wood Is associated: In business 'were heartbroken over the untimely per month to help In transporting I Tuna Fish20c Cantaloupes 1 15c
: The senator In his talk CK:..Hclsecl! school. -
with his father.-Gainesville death of their spa and brother. his children to
the modern of the auction
system
granted to
Widows was
Sun Aug. 12th. Mesdames V. Tl. Carradlne andv. selling o't fruits and vegetablesand pension 2 jars
:Mrs Sarah Rigdon and Mrs. Henry iceberg
T-n JF. Moore sang sweety "The Old asked for a new method of Mustard can
was
Norman Wiggins
4 :'.' ]lINCI.AL''tRl: : :' Rugged Cross." The choir composed handling produce. His talk was granted Parmenter.the bus route from New Lettuce 15c Mustard25c

of young ladles with Mrs. an attack on New York Commission River to Starke, at $50.00 per Sardines---- -

Mrs.Lalla, Chase of Starke announces W. II. Edwards at the piano sang Merchants In whose defense month, he to bring all the high

'j .," the marriage of her "Asleep In Jesus", after which the the Packer makes Its counter attack school pupils at this price.Board .
casket was tenderly borne by the Lemons doz.
Alvarez ; 30c
Hlldabello
daughter, Mrs. ruled that widows must
t,4 e. i to Mr. Roy II. hence of Cambridge, pallbearers to the entrance of the The story from Packer Is as show proof of, residence In'. the Standard Corn & Peas Hitter's No. 2 can

church, where the many friends follows:
: Mass. i county for at least six month
L The marriage of Mrs. Alvarezto and loved ones viewed the body i New York, Aug. 2.-The trade prior to beginning of school term 2 No. 2 ,25c Tomatoes Ib.l2c 1

Mr. Hence took place In Boston as they passed out the door. The here was quite 1 perturbed this (to he eligible to" particlapte In wid- j cans SpaghettilOcjMOW I

Mass., where the bride has been casket was placed in the funeral week, especially the auction houses ows pension tynd.TI'IlDSportaton.

J residing,for the past several years. road} and carried to Klngsley when It heard of the ribald. people ,of high; school I A..

Dr. James 'Lake where interment took place: saving speech that Senator r.
.,. ,, She i Is the daughter of pupils nt Brooker was laid over
In The mound covered with beautiful Duncan U. Fletcher, senior -
known was representative
Chase who is well could see If '-
until A. n Surrency : I'ASHKAGhH ACllKDULKbOal.: : : July 1, 1929 __ u..u'
Jacksonville professional circles. flowers which showed the.esteem of the of the upper house arrangements could not be madeto '., ..1>,- c.-iiify" I that tli.' fort-going cent"l of payable the lltiiount to the of bid, -nl) ,

Mr. Bence Is engaged In business !- In which\ this young man was from Florida< made in Jacksonville meet the bus now ).' Khoylng balanM at the .Finrida.A City of '
them
1 have ; Beginning Sunday : I ,' of
and at the ending nf
where be and held. The pallbearers were Intimate a. few nights ago in his appeal U blddvrn HhA II ', ti"'\
f In Cambridge running to Starke, this refers ,to Seaboard Railway month: heroin above stated and amount uf tOfltIM bid fir rI i
Ins bride will reside.-GainesvilleKNTiitTAl.NH friends of the deceased, and to growers to assist the Federal !Melba Rae Hodge and Lorenu: ),,' rei"'i-lptH and warrants 1 ii-Mied 'tinu. within' whl<-)h (thn bldd.1 1 n i
41 Starke were posted as in xa I Kl inonMi, eorrt'xpondx with ,
San, Aug. 12. I were composed of W. Vi Moore, K. Farm Loan Board.Fletcher -.ml* of my olIU-D ond (IK trut K'liplv with,, the terns th.. ,
I Green. not I.- IH
Southbound .. tyr gIven by thi ('I" .
it la apparent from his ,,rr t to the i est of ..
Uurney 11. A. Blanchard, J. T. Instructed to notify > my knowl i .alot 0ouncU that d..ll\
Secretary No. 1 -Local( ) : and Linllef. I nlno '
c-eitlfy that bu nmd .
{; Harold Pierce and E. M. Utterances, ignorant/ on the marketing Mr.. Guy Ju.lderrnan. that this co.un- following la a list of all county The certified check .. .
mUnGJ No. .11 Local) 11 abovr- ,
AT I'E. -( i "
: of
and Is In need >.ltorl. ,
question, | allowing thp hnlunce
r The community extends transportation In to I* to be depoHltvd
ty will not Iaytuition or 107 Limited at the clone! of AM a gllra"; "
Informing himself on the subject No. -( ) : the month herein or full .II'pll..n.e With tit.. ,
sympathy to the bereaved attend Melrose bid "
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained from the ground UI). Some keen : for ch'ldren: to No, 191-(Limited) stated ftiriilfhwd and by the each amount.....- of ne-,. inlttecl and In the event of thc ,, "
''it., family. school but 'will send bus to his .h".po. tance of such bid and the fmi, ,,,, ,
their club with a delightful XortlibouiidNo. I and the amount! of Interoct the
( minded people thnk! It Is a mys- part of the I bidder to "
Curd of TlinukH children ; \\y '
house -to transport his ; or credited during nald month )' with' :
bridge party Saturday evening Florida 2--(Local) : the tt rm" theioif'. ,
how like ,
tery a big state mild ,
0r We wish to extend our heartfe1t.j.baka in this county. depOxltoiy on /count shall be considered ,
at their home. one of the. greatest In the Union school No. 12--(Local) 3 : i ,' dally balanccM or timu tle- ruu and be ;retained g"HB II'C."I'I; i I Irh
th Law- and secondedby .
j to ..people ot Moved by Moore ,I (
sty
Council
i : Zinnias fanned the' decoratton could semt a man Who Knows so! No. 108-(Limited; ) : .."" hnnd this ,
my ht of Sal
I tey and all those who were BO kind Surrency that. the completionof day hond. ore issued' ," 1'1} ,
: for the long living room where the little about marketing/: to the 'satisfactory AYunnce 1929. 1..1' 9298 of (.lplI..ral ffi ,.,,t "
Is
I and sympathetic to us in our recent Lawtey school building o w. AT.T.nmrAN' :
102a
,
'l8
of
evening. I < the Florida'
101-Leaves | .iri-l '
guests spent a pleasant United States senate. His knowledge No. ii T '
.' bereavement when we fast a to and accepted by this Clerk of the Circuit Court. and) alno Clmiiter 1 142(1( of th "'t.,,,
Mrs. O. L. Deasley captured high of marketing Florida citrus No. 102-Arrives : Bradford county. elul lawn of the. 1927 leirlilalui ,I ,
balance .
dear son and brpther.A board and that payment of Blanche Alderman, D. C. to he iHHUod for ,
# for ladles and was given a box of fruits! and other fruits and vege- M. the jjurpmincing ( '
precious one from us !Is gone due out of bond l Issue be made-up- the grading, w/.l:';nlu;_
DJer Kiss dusting powder. High tables appears a* on a par with Blue Bus the hard Mirfac-ing and Imiir ,
all bills '
$ which proved to be a tie, A voice we love Is still ; oil satisfactory proof that 5:10 i': or HIM,; in- "$'.....IlllllIn SIN of pertain streets Tn the O ;
knows about 'Northbound
for men, what he probably : : ,
have been : tuvr "'i','y ...' 1> .
A place Is vacant In our home.Which for labor and material M'. \iiui: S.'L'e Uradtord county. Florid
went to Mr.: O. L. l3easley.I catching rainbow trout in Greenland release to this'ef- ,a. m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: : BoNDS "ha.City council PeSi.u'v..d)
never can be filled. satisfied, and a
hostess served banana whip right to reject any and all hid
The if there are any there. p. m. -
I
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins Hv ortli" ...t' tho fltv;
f t't. <:oun I
p and cake to her guests who were: Here are. a few paragraphs; bids on the Southbound-9:37: : I" hereby given that the Florida5' f Ktaukfc, BradfoMl "

Mr. and Mrs.\ L. D. VinIng, Mr. and and family.Mr. from Senator J Fletc'her's speech: Hoard asked for notices of p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37 : : Council,'( rminty of ,the Florida City ,of will Wiarke,
of Lawtey, 'e-
; route west C. P'. irnnvi.i( ;
c Mrs. O. L. Deasley, Judge and Mrs. and Mrs. Win. Frederick "Let us get away from this farce posted at the postofflce p. m.I"LF.IUh.. ..,"I..d, bll1l, for the-purcha. of Chairman City CUll II 1 I

A, Z. Adklns, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, and son of Sun mervJ1e: S. C.. and and species of robbery under the In this Lawtey wall and two places! In town. ., up( 4 nnd>f I the Including City eight of o'cloi-k Sturko ATTf': T: City ot Starke..

Miss Mabel' Waller, Mr.-. J. Truby Mrs. Ntta Harbot of# Jacksonville, name of auction sales" the sena- This was done on account of the I ; .suit of the 17th :day of Sept. A. J> C. A. FVTCII; Clerk -l5t '

and. Mr. C. A. Knight.AIA'AKHZKIMVARIM.. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. II. tor said. He cited examples toemphasize dissatisfaction: with J. D.Teele as F..... '%..rH.: .: I t day city of bondx July are J0.to he.,dated 1 929 i. -
: what he considered( the '('OLNTY i be Herlal bonds of One Thou- -,
% Harley last week. need of thorough and complete driver on this route. denomination each! and are to :\
1 ; >>! Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley had urgent The board adjrthrned' 'to meet Monthly financial .., InternHt at the rate of nix per

: I as guests the first of the week, the methods.reforms He knew III the marketing he Friday August the 9th at 9 o'clock. 1 June Bradford, 1929.county for : t: \ per. on annum the Frst, payable(day I of"January em.uii-| iT IThTI
a grower
Tate Alvarez of Jacksonville, former's sister-in-law, Mrs.,Govan Board met In called session Aug. General i July at each year with Interest 0
declared who recently disposed .. ___ attached, the : :
Miss Eva Edwards of the Wa- all members pres- Hal. June 1. m! -- principal I and
and Harley and daughter, MIsS\ Clal'afind of 204 boxes of grapefruit for a 9, 1929. with llecelpt during: month t of sal. ll city Honda are pay-
t1 teroak section! were united In marriage son, Robert Harley of Dor- Warrants rturlnir month : tt-E'c".??" Natl 0"'11 hank THEATRE
afternoon at the gross of $913.69 whose net was ent.J. tendered his resig- llaL .Iiilv 1. 1929 ____ .
Saturday chester S. C. and Mrs. L. A. E. nosier
.
amount of bonds
44 only $33.58 afier packing Inspection Flii.. nnil 1".1*'.. offered for Home of S1tupluoiitiPROGRAMS!
office of County Judge Geo. A. Smoke and Bon Arnold. of Rldge- nation as bus driver on route to Flal. June I. 1929 .___ I". '$Ilnn.oo( and the principal
auction, and numerous month ; Pity JlornU .ball be due and
Gardiner. Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez from Redding'Siame was Itei-plptu durlnf
vllle S.
C. Lawtey
In series
from
other marketing charges were de %Warrant during month \ one to nine
will make their home In Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gllclfrtst and ducted. This same grower paid accepted and Roy Reddish employed Bal. July 1, 192'!! _____ ?"respectively-'* of Mttl11 from Bum data each. there- WEEK: COM. AUGUST 19!)
Fund year.
children of Brunswick, 'Gu., are a deficit of $49.50 for 31 other on said route at $75.00 per Ral. June 1, Ilond 1UJ9 ______ .: will he accepted up to eight
-.- month, the board agreeing to letJ. p. m.. on Sept. 17th. A. 1). '
; visiting Mrs. Gilchrist's parents tlocelpt during: month
7 boxes that were shipped to Eng- \ All hlddem are required to MONDAY & TUESDAY
C. I:.':SKWH; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Biggs. land and brought more than $4 a I). Peele bring the children from I Hal.Warrants July 1.dorlnw ItZt _month._ __ lt with ('. A. Futch. B" Clerk
Lawt'ey the '<' City'
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and north of known as rulillrltr .., Council. Starke Florida. 'DANGEROUSCURVES"
box "' check .
AW i Frlgo section; this bus.to be discontinued 1 rial. June 1. 111211 __ __ ) eiiiilll to I-'lve
t.fI L Among those attending the University !- soil, Richard. motored to Jackson- "I see no.reason why the buyersof should the attendance 1 Itecelpts during month 1"1'1

district convention at Lake ville Sunday. citrus fruits and vegetables Warrants durln* month ,. With
that Reddlsh'sbus 1. 192" _...__ : .
l drop oft!: enoijjrl) J BiU. July
f Butler were: Misses Carrie Uglow, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dtnklns\ and should not come here) and, buy the brln'g the ,children from Ou<.tnnillnjc p'a CLARA BOW
Ina Forsyth. Iva Boyd. Elizabeth Mrs. Ed. Galloway and children products as they want them. ThisIs can 1 FuaL F June 1. 1929 ___-__
]ftecelptii during month
Hendrick, Gussle Mae Bennett, ,were called to. Lawtey Thursday !being; done as to strawberries .both routes.Hosier! was given; the Warrant during month \ I AIITaIkingWEDNESDAY:

Laura Lee Hemingway, and Edna by the death of their adopted at Plant City an4 Starke, potatoesat James 'Peele J JaL[ July 1, 1929 _._,_
Joe .
known as the Wldow'a .. -
route
c
,4 Mrs; Anderson. Jlr. brother,. Frank Green. Hastings, and tobacco at Quincy 1 Rat :
Stansbury Ida route. the price being $50.00 per : edlrln1:2on111: : : THEATRESTARKE
'f and Mrs. Earl Edwards and little Mr. Ury Gunter of West Palm and Live Oak, and sponges at month. Receipts Warrant during month "MOLLY ANil1JIE"

; Beach came up last week and will Tarpon Springs. ___ I
Williams 1929
v Bon Messrs. Clarence The board ruled that all bills I[Sal. July 1. u
accompany hs| wife and two chil- "If there Is an auction to be Agricultural With
and George Richardson. for the board must be In the office [)al. June I. 1929 _______ FLA.
dren back home. Mrs. Gunter held, hold It where the productsare
l After the Saturday session thlr not later than Saturday-before the i tectOptn during month ( Belle Bennett and Joe
has been visiting her parents. Mr. and let us get away from this Warrant during month -------- '
:, ty'Endeavorers motored to WorthIngton and Mrs. Geo. Futch for several farce and species of robbery under first Monday to warrant their beIng [Jal. July 1. 1929 ______ BrownSynchronized
Springs where a delightful; at that time. UnllillnK Fa
weeks. the name of auction sales now con- paid instructed to "at. June 1. 1929 _____ MON.-TUES., 19-20 with music,
1' time was enjoyed by all., Sixty-live
Superintendent during, month \
Mr. and Mrs. Reed ducted In the big centers of the Inoelpt
? 1 .' guests were served at the Fellow- are receiving survey route Vanderbllt!; and Rising >iVarrantB during month sound and dialogue
congratulations on the arrival of north and east, ---- -
-
a --
ship banquet Saturday night "Dad- and make arrangements with PHYLLIS HAVER
"In New for Instance,
little daughters born Sunday Augllth. York you
dy Fagg" was, t oust master. will-find by attending one of these Edwards for transportation of high THURSDAY & FRIDAY

Sunday was given to an all day school pupils from these sections. COFFINS & C in' ,
of citrus
advertised auction sales "TI!UNDER"With
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie utch of
wouldbe
made that
.
session of religious services the fruits that you will not be allowedto If price could be and a Fall Line '
Hampton were visiting in Lawtey board, superintendent OF
., : .splendid sermons were enjoyed by Flrady bid, that only members of the satisfactory to SINGAPORE
I all. and Edwards. Undertakers LON CIIANEYSynchronized
C. Y. Mayo and\ E. E. Burney organization composed of dealers first
meet
to Episode
The topic for the Sunday night Board adjourned "TARZAN the
left Sunday morning\ by motor fora oan bid. They parcel out the fruit AUTOMOBILE with music
.
program for Christian\ Endeavor and amongst themselves Monday in September.A.

.1 is making the best of nature's trip down the west coast. what arrange to pay, without regard to the J. Orlffls, Secy. Alwr ." ...... The MIGHTY" and soundSATURDAY
,. Miss( Lizzie! Howe spent Satur- .' i .I the 1._' ..._ -- -- ---
; Jaws. rights and Interest of the grower . -- -
day In Jacksonville mltTILI j tentlon ( t l vr ph -
c .
The leader will be Miss Carrie You would be charged a commission ItEGIBTERED --- ---.-
., ,, Mrs. E. E. Burney was a business
:tJglow. on this performance which THURS.-FRI. 22-23 "Exalted Flapper"With
visitor to Starke Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Judd'Starke, DEWITT C.
-M' A report of the University district would be added to all other I
Belle Collier of Crescent
t convention will be given by charges: selling agents, brandingand I boy Aug. 3. i. STARKE. MAY, McAVOYin
the delegates. City H. visiting her husband for marketing, freight, packing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. SUE CARROL and BARRY -
several days. Mr. Collier is
The Christian Endeavor Society prin- hauling and Inspecting, and the Starke, boy. Aug. 9. Qlcoow mnjKj NORTON
cipal of the Lawtey school. Powell Mid-
Mr. and Mrs. $.. II.
c Lord knows what else, whichlarKely
the
will spend afternoon. Friday at '
Mesdames A. M. With sound and l dialosrue
Lewis and R.
3
,
Aug.
the home of Miss\ Dorothy Lamb l consumes the proceeds. dleburg, girl. "TilE TERROR"Comcdy"FistiuiTs" ---- _
R. Thede were shopping in Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, n.
Is
Florida's Industry .
greatest -
In preparing for a sale. r J Ji
Saturday.Mrs. made, up of citrus fruits and early Starke, boy, 8. Say it with Talking Com
Alice Schietland was shop- Starke or Singing
vegetables and It Is about time and Mrs. C. R, Johns ,
;r't.: The for farmers and ping lu Starke Saturday.Among .. --- --- -.
program that the growers of that state wokeup boy July 30. i Flowers For --
: ? fruit growers week, to be held ,those attending the funeral and began to get at the root of !Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wisdln. edies Dally:

'::1 Aug. 12-17, by the agricultural' of the late Frank Green, Friday !- their trouble. And one way to do Qraham, boy, Aug. 12.. i SATURDAY 24

extension division of the L'nlveri.Blty1 were: Mr. and l\lrs.John Tes- '
4 ( : that is to secure proper intelligent -- T7 I

f' .'. of Fldrlda has been announc- tone, Mr. Lee Cotton of Jacksonville well-posted representatives C&u e for'A Club TOM: MIXin Contlnnon front 1 p. i"-

2: ) ed. The opening session will beheld ; and Mrs. Wlmberly and tn Cor. rese. Such men ought to Husband (testily after going Gertrude 10 A "SOc Matins and :?Sl Igilt, I

'jt ? Monday morning with Dr. II, daughter, Beth, and Mr. Baker of 'mow something about marketing.The down badly at bridge)-"You Ii Anderson Saturd&i 'at. lOc &:; 4K-

.t' ;' O. Enwall, of the University, as Highland. above excerpts from Fletch- might have guessed I bad no heart, -

". principal' speaker. The various Mrs. J. T. Moore was hostess to er's oration, have no doubt made partner." COACH" -

I :sestons of the annual convention' the Ladles'! 'Aid''of, the Methodist him tlx laughing stock of well Wife (sweetly).-"Quite. but I Phone It W GAINESVILLE. FLA.rfm .

: .{ wll! begin their work during the church last "Wednesday afternoonat po.ted'people In Florida as well as though you had a brain, darling." "Social Prestige" '

l' ,afternoon of ,the first day her home on Lake Klngsley. other places where It has been Ottawat Citizen. _p -p- -- = -I--= -5

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''- 2525Z5z525''urd525" I i I Sue the P. T, A. benefit boxingI Mr. and Mrs. Mike nlt *""u Mrs I

'I < ontent at Lawtey, Sept 2nd. Labor loan Scurcy and Miss sui-nli, Payne I ,
Day of Sklppervillc, Ala., wmvlHltort',

Bits of I i I "... If. Mr. and Mrs. Pate (iiiHscn, taxi M-C SPECIALS AUGUST 16th 17th ;
| Mrs. II. C. Vi'itil I has returned weelt- nd. While here they visited -
trom Tampa where she visited her Oliver Springs and otht-i. place, *. ol ,

parents Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dut- Interest.Mr. I s

Jfi>t; ,l ?4w. $ :ton. "" : II I HEAVYLATES
"
and Mrs. George; W Alderman BACON Salt P Pound 16c I
Dr II B. MceLenndon; ; ; : Miss and Mrs. George!!:. ('. \Vhte: :

Concerning Our'' People, Business and Florence Matthews and Mrs Marie went to Jacksonville Saturday to I .
of the MoMaster! of Tampa spent Saturday attend the marriage of :Miss Martha -
County and Town.
Progress
.. afternoon in Jackxonville. Alderrrmn to Mi\ Frank E, ';
:
Wood, Jr. y SUGAR, Best Granulated10 Pounds for 57c

-- ...=.. 25 5'S'- Q Sa sa =c= Miss Thelma! Johnson, a weekend r ,
; -----
-- ----
= --r."ur.3r"
t. OcJI : guest of Miss I Ethel Cilffln.; I left
tit, a: |,.,rbert Durdeif of Hamp- I Mr. and Mrs F. A, Scott have as :Monday\ for her home In West Mr. allIrs.! 0: C Bates and .

,''D tt ," in Starke Wednesday. guests Wilbur this! week, Rev and Mrs. Palm Beach.Mr. were children here, of the West first Palm of, the Beach week POTATOES Large and Firm Pound 41% tf

-- Scott of Zolfo Springs[ Joe Hill\ Williams and visiting Mr. and MIH Olin W ,
\tar\tn Blume ..returnedtrom Bates is Mrs. White.
White. Mrs ,
M' .
Judge Hal Y. Maines of Lake But-
IODd:' I a trip to Tampa.Mlh Mrs. Hoy Turner and; children lei, were visitors to Starke Mon. sister. .
.
of Gainesville are visiting, her day. Salad Bowl
Dressing
J. II. Lord will
Mr. and Mrs. Blue Corn
I I E. Corpenlng was In mother, bars Darn urn Johns. I take short vacation next week Ridge or peas ,
a
.
,lie Thursday. Mrs. W. E Mlddlelon and MisriesMadge \ ,
I'' Beach They \
""k" : and Hazel Middleton 1 left gotning: to Fernandlna
Col. and Mrs 1). R. Knight and will leave Sunday and 1 thHr store PintJar27c
of Raiford., was a :Monday morning for a week's stay + ir
\ l liidrews Tuesday\ son, Paul, spent Wednesday In at IleuderHonvllle N<: C. w:1I: lie-closed from Monday till !
Starke
I Cans for
25c
lye, )11''" "' Jacksonville.Mrs Friday -
---- -
-
,, -, .urden need l at J. 'F. Kick- I Mrs. C. A. Knight; returned; Saturday SozJar -19c .
l J. Marie \\I'Ma"h'l'lnd Ilttlt .
D. :Jtlj! : ani ch \Mrc" from a week's visit with Mm.
-- are guests of Mr. and Mrs E. At relatives In Macon and EllijiGa. son, Held who have boon visiting : r t

'url.Snyder i spent Suturi Thomas this week. Miss J.1Ioren'eIatthl.w.! .., returned I VEST 2 pounds for NUCOR round I'I',
\1" to Tampa Monday. They were accompnnled "

;t? .I i", ;:,iiilng in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover I Mr. Miss Dorothy Selgniau; returned by Mrs. A. It!. Howe and

Cormlck of Raiford, was and Mrs Edward Burns!, Mr. J. JTruby to her home In Social Circle Ga. Mrs. Clias. Rlnaldl also of Tampa, Lard Compound 25c Oleomargarine .. 25c : : f.
,I I \ of '. .
Thursday and M'ss: 1\a heleller Sunday after spending two weeks who have been recent guests ,
, sun,'.K..'_ last iv drove to Feinandlna Thursday with Mr. and .Mrs. W B. Halle. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull a


., t lie P. T. A. benefit boxing La-) Mr. and Mrs C J.', Boyer- and The W. M. S. of the Method:st Cols and Mrs U. E Dlnsmore I..
,HH-HI' ,il Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. son of Jacksonville are spendinga church will hold their regular of Winter Haven, Miss Grace Abbott Van Camp's Milk, large can -- 3 for 25c ,1 .
Oaf J. II Poole
Ga., Mr .
ii week with Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. meeting 'next Monday afternoon. of Tlfton ,
,
Methodist church Wlldwood, were the week-end 'I'
the
Manning.See 3:30: at
[Dom Krlgo of Lawtey, was a guests of Mr. and Mrs Chun Over '. "

IIKlnellK visitor to Starke Friday. the P. T. A. benefit boxing There will\ be a special! musical street. PINEAPPLE Delmonte No.2 Sliced can - 25c : 1''

Darby content at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. Labor program{ Sunday night at theM '
M ws' Charles Day. thodlst church sponsored by the ,1\Ir. A. L. Taylor of Labelle I la
.
pteinberg and Merrill McMillan spending! a few days here with his .
Epworth I League. '
tutored to Florahome last Friday. Mrs. E. L. Biggs/ and sons Leslie mother, Mrs. W. II. Taylor. They 3 bars for POUND '1'1\! :

and All members are urged{ to meet expect to motor to Knoxville: ,
Robert have returned from "
A E Wall, Jr., la spending a Wlldwood where they were guestsof at the Methodist church Friday Tenn., and will be accompanied I I ; !

n-ai ninth Brevard.,al Camp, N. C.French Broad Mr. and !Mrs. It P. Jotirdan. afternoon League: picnic.at 3:30: for the Epworth' there Daugherty.by Rev.' and Mrs. W. E W PalmoliveSoap - 22c Cheese, full cream --29c ,i:i ; ; ,

/
-
Mrs E. K. Perryman and children -
T. A. benefit boxing
Se.' i he P. Fernandez has returned
'' Sept. 2nd. Lair Emmett: and Corner, ate Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Kahr, Jr, Miss l Isabel Silver NipGRAPEFRUIT
, Lawtey
,111' 'el at Starke after spendingthe I
to
spending this week with Mr. and and Misses Nellie Edwards Eva r
" Day \Mis. and Pearl Manning spent past several days In Gainesville Pure' Juice .
J. II. Hitch at Klngsley Luke Mnrcotte '
the Client! of Miss Isabel ., JUICE Can 22c ,
Mrs HAD:shop and children and Sunday afternoon. at Jacksonville O'Neal at her; home on West Unl- -"; ;ivceten ,I ", t,11,,

_iti.d\ Mrs. :M.! B. Prevatt Inn Mrs l DoWItt C. Misses Beach. .". .. avenue.-Oallwsville Sun I""
Lucille Mitchell: and vers:ty i It I'
: rove Springs\: last Thu\ rsda Harriet Hltcli. s Ij '
Ellse Jones were In Jacksonville Members of the Baptist Missionary Aug. li.Among: SIIOTWEL'S ;'f
--- last }' .Idy. 1 Society enjoyed a picnic: Tuesday r
II II) Hall of Maccleuny, was" : ; Farmers

iiimlm' 8 visitor to Staike1I Mr. Ceo.! Thomas of Stuart was at the Lnke.Weeks Mrs! J.collage M. Brow ouKingsley Week at Gainesville hose( attending were' ", : Mr. and MARSMMELLOWS Pound Box 25c ) }
I" n! - visiting relatives here the first t of lee was hostess. .
----- Mrs. A. Bro'nke. Mr and \\\Irs. rLetsch
Ih" week. He left AVednesday for '
Mary E. Deaver of Samp- t1
\ Mr. D.V.) Mour.II'! OW. k'
returned
Farms. Mrs. C. A. Knight: ; has
in Starke u stay at Penney
i, 'itwas a visitor I from a week's trip to Atlanta and Hlnson Mr. G.I W Andrewof ;

,I ,,11\; I 1111"'. J.Corpeulng and daughter Ellljay\ Ga. She was accompaniedhome New River, Mr. F. J,, Pattee Mr "I. yl"

the week- L'Ettn: returned Sunday fioin by Mr. Jack Ellington: ; of JI. II. Luunt, Mr. A. .1. Thomas x tl
MI 10.I Boyd spent !Mr T 1)1 M c STORE ;
and the county agent
"a 1 ''II Lake Butler with Mr. Elibln' the mountains of North<: Carolina EHIJay: who Will visit here.See :

, s and family. where they visited a month. ItlckeIlhl1ker. _t
-- the P. T. A. benefit boxIng

in i r D. Whltaker of the Slalecrm Miss Elizabeth Howe of Lawtey: contest at Law toy, Sept. 2nd. Labor Among those attending the Tuesday dance Where Satisfaction is Certainly ''I
a
,, was a visitor to Start spent\ several I days In Stnrke last Day. at Keystone Heights' ;
Mengr's. Grlllln
Blster' Mrs. Hay night were: Owen d
',K.iv|. afternoon. week wish: her ,
i Edwards Sternberg, Joseph; Thomas ,, f I
New om. !Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Sammy .'
the P. T. A. benefit boxing have announced the arrivalof n'11 Doyle, Wilbur 'ttrims Dave ,,1
> .
"rrii, at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd La- Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Daugherty; a ,little son on Thursday AUK Smith and Misses J Patella: \ Davie! lustiuctlons on ,I Rapid I progress! being mad< onl I Eustlc Greenwood cemetery ''lff'I
Simple
left Tuesday for Elmwood, Tenn., I S. lie has been named James and Margaret Mausell.Mr -'L V1 1OX j !
oiitUriiclloii of state highway SAbetween
JI' Day (blue label) for killing I grounds being cleltnod and be a mined. 2:: :
visit relatives! for 'a<'h bottle
where they will : Maurice Jr. 1NSTST on High Sprlngn FtVhlte, :
and Mrs A. II Hall wereveekend household Insects
Mis O A, Price of Ocala ome time. I II ALL Mranford, Tallahuivtoo and, we it. f I II
I of MVs\ Hall'sparents FLY-TOX. FLY-TOX has a per- I Went Palm Beach Local alrpoit r i
'pin' Monday and Tuesday I Irarke In MBH| Mamie Anderson of Tampa guests Melbourne Da'rles! In this city I f
d f
L. S. Hutto. It was < included n large mf'r/o\"r/\" ill'
Miss Selma White has returnedto Mini' Betty Phillips of Jacksonville Mr. and Mis. fume-like fragrance. I
! with friends. her home in Tampa after a ten and Miss Betty Stone of Archer On their return to Jacksonville eloped at Mellon Institute of industrial t.liow I tat Ion.marked! Improvement In an- 'gram of Aviation\ Conallldnted l, : ; r!

--- visit here with Mr. and Mrisr. of Mr. and Mrs. EM. they were accompanied by Misses Research by Hex Rencum-h Lake Worth -- Permit IIror.1,1'. r.1,1'
Mi' Ind11'11.: J. A. Saul left Sunn days are guests Steamship'
Bull Lines ,
stainless, fragrant Tampa! -- :
who Safe, for election of
, roc Fernaiullna where they B. !\Iulldy. Jr. : r. Davis. CarrIe and Gainlta Hutto, fellowship. Inc, purchased (terminal propertyand building for St. : fi,.
will visit them there this week. sure -Adv. drew's EplHcopnl church at )
in upend their vacation.
will rebuild docks at cost of
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott returned :Mr and Mrs. A. C. Durden, nnd mated cost of 5000. '

\lriJ. A, Cunningham of San- Tuesday from a vis:t with their) Mrs. Clarence C. Hoppe who Mieaes Carrie and Edna: [ Huttn Adhering to a varied, and, extensive $25.000.I[oml'lltel,1Iollern: diary Lake Worth Midway Soda !h ;I
and dallgbtt'r-In-Iaw. Mr. and of Mr and Mrs had guests Sunday.; Misses\ Ethel for Increasing the Grill est hllllhng.; brteiness In Boy- .:
irrt .it. i he guest of :Mr. J F. KickK son have been guests as \program j plant being greeted near here by '" .M,;l
i his week.} Mrs. W. A. Scott at Zolfo Sl1rln Y. O. L. Heasley, retuined Thursday'to and Annie Lou Alsobrook of Ox I popularity of 1 Daytona Beach as a Alpine drove Dairy daunt(\ building t t.1f.,I!
their home In Tampa. ford. Mrs. I.... Williams and Mr and winter reort Melbourne I'alm-Oardeti Nui'- JuckHontllle -- Broad street to 7:4: !l
Mrs. Olin W. White and eor J. W. Scott of Wlldwood and Miss combined summer bo extended from State street to ; .:
Mrs R c. flu ford and daughter ner'ps: located on old hull site l
boKUU par
returned Monday from Blanche Alderman who has spent two tho city commission has TurkFort "
Jacksonville:, Olin, Jr.. Misses Mona and :Mary Alsobrook Springfield
:
irm' ire visiting/ In xouthwesl, of town establishingnursery '1
lib w.. ek. a trip to Texarkana. Texas where are expecetd\ home today from weeks here with the \Misses Hut work on twoadd tloniil units business here. Pierce. Petition! filed for ,'), t t't[
they visited !Mrs. White's parents. Baltimore where they have been to. On their return they were accompanied of cement paved ocean proinvu- Improv'ng: ( channel In Indlu River j'" .
T their brother Mr. Carl MLsa Edna Hutto ado. which, when (completed will State loud derailment to awardcontract north and south of port of Fort '. t "
boxing gitlng by
!See! the benefit : / equal for completion of pavingsix I'lerce and, forming of Jaek- ''. m"
P. T. A. benefit boxing, week in Oxford. extend, a mile north and an \ part
,'mtest at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. La contest See the'at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. Labor Alderman. Y ",;. wlio. will spend this distance south along the record-es- Milieu of Grand Island road HOII .1\1I1I1n1 Inlnnil, waterway !.i tiiI.I t\!\ ,

ir Day and soot tubllshlng Daytona Beach ocean .... I,
Day. Rev.' James T. Ouy --------------------- ;

Mi!r I... C. Powell returned from Frederick! and Emery, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hale'gli C. Dowl- speedway. ._-- f" ,
Hantlc Beach where he spent the Mr. and !Mrs\ George W. Alderman : Miriam, left Monday morningfor Ing and interesting children, Raleigh '
eekend.lr spent Sunday In Trenton asthe Atlanta, where they are vIsitIng ; Jr.. and twins Betty and 1
guests of Mr. Alderman's sister Mr. Guy's mother. Russell\ Dowling, are pleasantly: { ; ; I

\ lohn Powell and Mrs R. E. Mrs. Jane Roberts located In) HendeiKonvllle N. C.. GENT A WORD% 1J"" .
Krause and daughter
The Bowling
aliagnn and ch'ldren were In -- Mra. Herman for a month's stay. ut
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs Mary Jo and Miss: Ruby family motored, to North Carolina \
itksonvllle Monday.See T. T. LV>ng visited their mother. Dynl. whrf have. been visiting Mrs. and have a delightful cottage; In COLUMNFOR

!! the P. T. A. benefit boxing Ira. W. T. Jackson in Baconton, O. J. Griffin left Friday for Tam Maxwell Heights. \Mr. powllng's RENT Furnished cottageon :

'litest' at Lawtey Sept. 2nd. La- Ga., this week. pa. father and mother. Mr. and Mrs Kingsley Lake. R. J. Davis. t
'r Day ...:.-- L: E. Dowling, and his sister Mrs. 6-21-tt(.
!Mr.\ and Mrs. Jack Brlggs and Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ritch, Mr. Mae Jones, of Stuart, Miss Madge I .l\

Mr and Mrs. Joe Edwards and'r family of Jacksonville are occupying Owen Griffin Miss Ethel Griffin Mlddleton of Starke\ and Mr FOH !RENT Furn'shed apartment 11 s ; h n
the Matlhews' cottage at and Miss Thelma Johnson of West of Jacksonville will wax ,v ,
' Roy Edwards were in Jacksonille Doutt Jones J. F. Klckllter, Starke 2- i: rt! ,:
Thursday of last week. Klngsley for two weeks. Palm Beach spent Sunday in Jacksonville. join the Dowllng party this week 16-tf. .. l (t
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lu IlendersonvillfeTimesUnion .
Mr F'ft. Carradlne of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Duncan Aug. 12.Normal. I FOR SALE Humphries' cricket r- -- ) ;
Maines, Norman
J. E. Mrs. K. Bruce
and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Kills cut worms
M a business visitor to Starke Jr., of Lake Butler were in Starke and little daughter, Katherine andMrs. human blood Is too thick and mole cricket destroyer.moles. 16o per lb. The Answer To l

ueuddy Tuesday. Katherine Norman have returned to be drawn through the mosaito's Brownlee: Bros. 8-2-tf. A"I
to Jacksonville after spending small piercing tube. They
Mr t C K. MIzell and Mr ,N, J. Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddish a week at Klngsley Lake. must first\ Inject a thinning fluidIn FOR !RENT 6-room house: fur- t' ?

'ayes of Brooker spent the week- of Jacksonville spent Sunday with L that way disease germs are set nished or unfurnished 3 blocks Merchant's
nil in Woodbine! Ga.Mi their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Mr. and Mrs. B. Rosenberg and afloat in the blood stream-bacteria -, from poatoflice. J. W. Morgan; !

:- Reddl h. Miss Betty Riche! who have been of burning fever and crippling 8-16-31. I
M D.: BumgaVner spent the Mrs. N. Stern- ''
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visIting' Mr. and There Is also the t'
disease. Cive good times ( the merchant.) Give
me !< '
: say
eek-end In Interlachen and Pa- Misses Janie and Sara Callahan berg for several weeks returned danger of streoptococclc Infection FOR SALE Missionary straw 'j 1 Ir''f
itka of Atlanta are guests of Mr. andMrs. Thursday to New York City. (blood poisoning) from scratching\ berry plants from new ground. me swift turnover ample credit capital. Let the t l

: J. M. Alvarez at Klngsloy' I the bite. Mosquitoes must be kill- Ready latter part of August C. industries of my city boom so that there will be '
Ming Mary Gasklns of Bartow,, Mr. and MM rs. Eugene; V11sord \ ed.: health authorities advocate Letsch. Starke. 8-lfi-tf. tW1f.j"'lj
'rh'ed Thursday for 'a visit with Lake. I little daughter of Tampa, money to spend on my products.fThe prayer has :

'latlves. Mr. and 1111's.V.. t' Randall andson spent the week end with Mr. andMrs. ... .. .. ... been answered : business' is flourishing, and your !

11t Gen BUI. Jr., of Tannin' arrived / Jos. E. Wilson at Klngsley i pll1lL'I Banker stands: ready to luck you 100 percent. Ask \\.t: fl
Elam: ailsson of Lake Monday for a vlilt with Mr. and I Lake. f 1
"I here Sat- ,1
3 visiting friends!
rda Mis J.-M.' Alvarez. I Mr. -and Mrs;: Andrew Muller ofSummit. Eat and Enjoy. t i
him.Bradford
'Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bryant of N. J., and Miss lone SearIng I !
Mr Jack Marshburn of Lake Jacksonville, have moved to Starke of Elizabeth N. J., are visiting County Bank f frI
'"' > made a business trip here and will remain until the completion their parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas KEW BEE BREAD
li '
nday brothers. Glen; andEarl .
home and
1111.: Johns Searing '
of the ,Searing of Starke. Bl I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold !ff ;

Pt d T.Iorrow of Jacksonville Struth left Thursday -. ,,
a6 atc Miss Fredrlka I Harriet Free Demonstration\ at- STARKE FLA. }; ,
' a visitor to Starke Tuesday for Tampa, where she will be a Misses 'Elise Jones ,
nMr Snow-Hall wedding Ritch and Dorothy Alvarez and ,
of the
member Messrs. Frank Carpenter, Gerald I I \'lf;
and; Mrs. L. A. Davis left party. '. Midilleton, and James William ANDREWS' STORE f'f'Jt :

uesclay for Atlanta\ where. theyre Dr. W'. E. Middleton and :Mr.Jas. \ Brownlee enjoyed a picnic supper j t i'
visiting relatives. Hornsby left today for a at Black Creek Sunday.Mr. !
River In I "t }! I
fishing trip on the Dover II' i I
See the P. T. A. benefit boxing and Mrs. J...W. Morgan hare Saturday
"iteit La- Georgia week, Mr. Gary Ennla -
at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. as guests this I !
i or> Day A. Knight, MissLena I of Jacksonville Miss Nera FLORIDA BAKERIES
Mr. and Mrs.'C. BAKED BY CENTRAL "
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Mr. Jack Scruggs. Mr. ancJ'Mrs. W B. Ennls rtj'b .
Belle Shepard and 105729'nl ,.
After ; Sunday home, Ga.. were "Is'tors I- and Mr. and Mrs. Theodora : .. .. .. "h'
!Ir. George C. White state bank Ellington to Gainesville of Ellijay.Tuesday. Ennla of Tampa. lIT 1---- - - - I HI -.; t'

miner, returned to Orlando. "

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%' Q : QL'AH.tXTINK AH BKOOKER % : GRAHAM :
How to HOST PLANT TO FLY (Part two.) :
O 1> '(11'10 Gninry 1
Miss (
p Farmers & Farming The following Is released from i00001.0.0.0 ...*.OJIIIi
RaisePoultry Orlando, Aug.: 8 String bean, the Bureau of Communicable Diseases S.ANN100.NO.OOAOA.... .
I a Florida fall crop Maid to be nor- Florida State Board of and children' Miss Letha Crawford ot \fI< ,t\\\{\ '
Mr. Allan Conerly
t (By Agricultural Editor) 4 mally more than $1,000,000 year- Health, by Dr. F. A Brink Director spent the week-end In Wildwood' Is spending this weak win' ", ,"n, ''
I ly to the In certain counties Brown
: growers of Bureau. I
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___. n_ __ yi By Dr. L. D. LeGear V. S. I have been released from the Q. How Is malarial' fever conveyed with friends and relatives.Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs Earnesi i ,"I',
T. P. Ward who spent sometime
Are Invited to Contribute Ar St. Louis Mo.tr.1.Oarhe boat list of the plant quarantine to man? returned to and da ghter, Hazel andi ",,"d
Truckers
i- il E Farmers and In Jacksonville,
iraJuaterif the OntarioVoiertrmrr Mrs Br.'den!
l Henry and ,
; and control administration of theUn'ted the .1.1
c.U.... 1SV2. TrtlrryetxTour A. Only in one way. By her home last week I : "rI
tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found veterinary pmcrico on die ee* States department of agriculture b'te of a, mosquito, by which the Ward the Nora, of Jacksonville v/"-i "Ii';

To Be Best Suited to Our Country of authority lira. mock on poultry.nj poultry.and Hock. Eminent raUlnu. lt was announced today In malarial parasite Is Injected into week-end Miss Stellamae here with her spent mother, I I Mr. and Mrs A. G. .Brown. ,,'ln'
Nationally. known poultry brooder. telegram from Dr. C. L. Marlatt,, afternoon.
a the blood The parasites then enter
I ___ ____ Noted author.n4laceuror.ilttlelo 'lira. T. P. Ward.
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-- ------- -- at Washington to Dr. Wllmon Newell the red blood cells, grow and Mrs Jim Molt and children arospend'iiK Mr Leroy Wasdln of I Ivllle I ."".
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,t rl y in of the fly eradication was a week-end gu ,
; charge reproduce their kind.Q. I "i
iMHIATTLK in
Sl'U'JSIIOWS: (; > -- some time Mulberrywith
t Farniers'Veek I : IN'Ii i.\SING XX VI ITO forces In Florida. Into how many parts or subdivisions friends and relatives.Mr. wIfe( ,
Vi IN NOHTII t'LOIlin.V ni'V OH NOT UI\- The admlnlstl'atlveorder covering -, ( do the malarial paras.'tes, : and Mrs. Polk and children, Mrv Clyde.and Willie SII. I J.I,lid,
.
Now In Session NOT "UOI.XPI.XSI.I.; : .?" this! has not yet been issued, divide when: the blood cejl breaksup the week-end In Newberry returned home Sunday all t. i HI
spent
IJt'T "HOW EFFICIENT: : but Dr.. Marlatt's telegram states ? In Plant City.
Oanosvllle! Fla.-.North FloKdaU : with friend and relatives.
beet \that It ,Is In preparation and will A. Into from 8 to as many as filled his regu- Mrs. Mervln Reshard i "II,,I
At University destined to become u great Me.; J. II. Kelley
: ; Poultry: IlalHcix Equipment Need 1 be issued Immediately. String 32 parts depending on the kind, Grove to her home In Tampa San ,
ot In Shady
p ; cattle Professor section C. H.In Willoughby the opinion of the Not H<- COHI.I.V' 10 Get; ItcHtiltsjllomeiniKln ; Leans are grown exte/islvely In and each one of these subdivisionsbecome lar this appointment weekend. Mi1, and.Mrs., \ A. h. Din "d

_ j( r Gainesville, 1 la. The eighth 'Florida College of Agriculture, Device SCITP .\ Iinluiblj Sumter Lake, Marion\ and a num- new parasites which! in Mr. and Mrs. It. M.\ Galney and children, Thelma and Ch ,d I ,,'
-. visiting' Mr. and Mrs Hem,
ber of other Florida counties, go- blood cells' (
Farmers' and Fruit Grow- their turn enter new Thursday II'U
? annual I who has recently completed amonth's .. Mrs. Il.,: H. Caiiey) spent afternoon.
-- market In October, November Thursday
'iig to and reproduce the of the
+ at of cattle condition! process night Georgia with friends andrelatives.
trWeek began Monday noon survey (
; ? : that of the .state... Protestor A man fed from solid: gold table and December. motherparasite.Q. Misses Del ma Surrem-\ ,.
n part .
at the University of Florida College Miller and Vasco ForsYI < ,
; Wllloughby/; bases Jils opinion ervlce will be no better nourished representations) on behlltverelI1ade Are therp more than one Mrs A. n. Crosby and eon. Glen, Ii
ot Agriculture. The meetings Washington some time ?. to Keystone Heights Sum! :.
t on the facts as he found them In than If his food were taken from kind of malarial parasites and Miss:' Pearl! Gainey were visit-
it 1hEl will clone: on Saturday August 17. h's' survey, which covered all of dishes of the heaviest 'and cheap- ago by. officials of the state plant A. yes There are at least ing in Ilellbronn Springs: last I'I-I(( noon.Mrs. Edith% Starling/ anti ,

a Although attendance was not ex-.I the state from the! Alabama line to set earthenware, neither will he board. three different kinds malarial Brown motpj-ed to( Stark.afternoon. 'a
0 day.Mr.
h'e et in i the east coast, and as far south ah rest) any better in a bed made of parasites, each of which produce II. P. Oalney and C. C. Mel- 'v
r I y in previous y'eni s.a good crowd tick eradication work has 'progresslad. mahogany than he- ,would in abed PUT IKXJ.S IX CJOOIICONDITION; different forms of nlalara.: ylu were transacting/ business In M'ss Lubcdla! PlnHol
,
for the opening ses same ItKI-'OHK; Q. How long does It take from Wednesday. ""t
was on hand made, of pine. By the Jacksonville; la week-end' in Brooker
s'on and others came liT steadilythe I The survey was made for the token, poultry get along; no better PLACIXCJ ON l-'JIED Olio time the malarial parasite enters lit I'. C. Moody and Cliff Ha4cn of .the Mr. Hubert Brown wah I '.
first part of the week Agricultural Extension Division: If raised: with the aid of expensive the blood until they reproduce Lacrosse, were transacting business visitor to Waldo <
ness "\ rl| r
this or'"batch" ?
Fla.-About
: More than 100 men and( women tor the purpose of finding num- devices rather than something far Gainesville, themselves into new : here last Saturday.Mr. morning.
are taking part In the programs/; ]I ;;>cr of Imported\ beef cattle on cheaper. As a matter of fact, time every year farmers are getting parasites? and Mrs It.- M. Gainey and : Mrs. R.; S. Witsdln andSurrency
I I"
during the week. Among the farms In the territory covered, how homemade devices serve Just a. ready to turn their hogs Into 'A. It depends on the kind. One I Miss Lois Galney spent Saturday motored to Stat i.. "'ms,,
speaker( are Dr. E. W. SIkes, hey are being handled what steps well In many cases as anything one the fields of feed crops. Naturally kind, the tertian form, "hatches" night In Jacksonville.A \\I t.
t { president of Clemson College; Dr. are being taken to improve life, can buy. /' every farmer wants to get the In the blood In .. 8 ..hours or two large crowd enjoyed a dance urday .night. 0--

Y; J. M. Garr, vice-president of the range rattle, and the extent of Improved Cf course, thiJre Is ample Justification !greatest possible /gains on his hogs days. Another, the quartan form, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Jt! .' University of Florida; Dr. II. OKnwall pastures During his trip for buying factory made, during this time they spend In the I reproduces its kind In the blood in T. Stewart! last: Saturday night. L.\rcm <'i.ovinn

r professor of philosophy Professor Willoughby! Interviewed equipment mode o( ''such materialsas fields. Sometimes little things are i 72 hours of three days. A third Mrs. A. B. Crosby and son, Glen, -
at the rniverslty: ; Dr. Wilmon Ne- .>. number of the largest cattle galvanized jrou or earthware neglected at this time that. reduce form, estlve-autumnal, from 24 to who have been'spending some time In the movies nowadays 1\ Ire
4 well, dean of the College; of Agriculture raisers In the slate and obtained As a rule, it Is more. sanitary and( profits/ later on. 32 hours. here rteurned to there home In getting pretty well fed rip "MI 'Hie
K. i ,'sent
_ and director of the Experiment .Irst hand' Information. also. more durable. It is 'ort n'' Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. .
,n Station; Mrs Edna G, T3tirln.it! the past few years great; essential, however, to'.keep the I Investment -! the. Agricultural Extension: DIvisIon Fever In tie| man with, malarial and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of the brave trouper who u..". ,10>
_ '(I Fuller. member of the state legislature strides have been taken by the beef for equipment as low as makes .the following suggestion ,fever? Hampton! were visiting her )parents with the show In spite of tit I ,> .lib
+q from Orange county; Miss cattle growers of north Florltla, possible. If EO, the right kind of regarding hogs to be put on A. When the red 'blood cells Mr. and Mrs. p, A. Crosby of loved one and so torn, i i ',11,

d Flavin Gleason, state home demonstration )Professor Willoughby found. The homemade equipment will serve feed: which have been Invaded by ma- last Sunday. on. .
e agent; and W. C. Las- eradication of the Texas fever tick Just as well as the most expellS,vefactorymnde Hogs should be giventhe serum tarlal parasitesbreak! up- many v Mr. II. D. Crosby was nttpnd'ng Producers might do well i < <,'Ild
'i''' sette-; editor of the Progressive has peen followed In almost every article. Moreover and virus treatment to immunize millions of new parasites are liberated to business In Starke last Satur- a motion picture: about Farmer.t county by the Importation of good( with but little more effort, If any, them agalnpt cholera before being In the blood stream, these nmentVf the American\' if
t Five different sectional programs beef type bulls. The results of It can be kept clean and sanitary. put on feed. Each year some farm- 'together with the amount of poison day.M..-. n. M. and( L.. R. Galney, A any class can -qualify Wit, II, the
for the men are being conducted roHHlng the purebred Angus and As ant example I.have Rome nests ers neglect to do this! and every which they have formed in the L. Crosby and L. I.. Morgan were trouper to sing, "Laugh.; I I,
native year there are nome who have an blood cause the chill: and fever. Laugh," It Is our brother I,, '
); ; at the same time during Hereford bulls with the made from ordinary soap boxes I transacting: business In Lake Duller .
+ t the week. These sections are doI range awe Is surprising he states. that have given satisfactory ser-: outbreak of cholera about the This process being repeated every last Tuesday soli.
?I voting their time to farm crops Large numbers of these: Ilalf-blood vice more than ten years ccyitlnu- t'me the hogs are fat, end lose not other day or every fourth day :Miss Thrums Honored The shadows fall. Tinn; >, a
t and livestock, citrus and small animals may be' found in Liberty ously.! I only their hogs but feed crops as depending on the' kind of parasite A rmall crowd was delightfully mortgage; on the old farm Tnev

an fruits, truck crops, poultry and county. Troughs, which are undoubtedly -, well. The cost of treatment Is present. -. entertained by a lawn party: givenat pans! a farm relief b'll and :ih.n
'1 be>,keepillg. Thursday! was observed r0, the most generally used of all ; very small no'w and it is cheap insurance. Q. does the mosquito become tlie home of Mr. and Mrs,H. E.Li. ; they write the llawlej 'I'' if

to as "Dary: Bay" and a large IIKTTKU: IiritAL 1IOM1X: ; feeding appliances: are also easily Infected with malarial parasites? Greene'last Friday; night in hon which Is supposed to be allI\ (! to
number of dairymen attended for .- made by the home workman. A'' Lousy hogs make poor gains, so A. By lilting a man sck! ot or of Mass\ : Zelma Thomas of the farmer. They put a n-n per
# e" that day's program The old log cabin of the pioneer number of excellent factory-made clean upthe lice before putting malarial fever or who has malarial Gainesville. cent tariff on hides to hob< ih"
6''vt 1 The morning sessions of the days was apretty good place to troughs are also available It want hogs on good!: feed. A coating of parasites!! In his blood. She suckst'p As the crowd! gathered, they farmer, and then counter !h.ili.no, :. .
f 4Y women are held jointly, while the call home. Many a great man has ed. The familiar V bottom trough oil 1 (crakcase draining are goodor > these parasites with the blood, were accepted) by Miss Laura ths! with fifteen per cent ,on' liar,
dl i afternoon sessions are held sep- :been: born and reared In a log cab- made entirely 'of wood Is, I believe any of the creol'ne dips used the p'arusltes enter the stomach C ret lie. who acted as guest Inviter ness, twenty on shoes and HI I!
'.h l arately. The women divide Into In, and( there got Inspiration to go :the most commonly used for according to directions will do the of the mosquito) pass into atoms and game coach. five per cent on leathei our
e 4.. four groups for the afternoon programs forth and make' his mark In the feeding( wet mashes as well as the trick. ach where they grow and after Each and everyone took an ac- friend the farmer may noi II'j, t
,n which Include home Improvement world. Names of many of these ;easiest to build. It Is very good, Hogs that are wormy should be an :interval mix with the salivaof tlce part In all the games played. many clothes pins, brother nut' he

gardening and conorvatlon great\ men who have gone down, :In ion( because feed cannot lodge In freed of warms before being put the mosquito and are Injected Wlien quite a number of games does try to wear shoes.
; foods and nutrition, and history are familial! to all of 'us, tho corners. Whatever mater'ul on feed. Treating hogs for worms into the blood of man when. she were played, It 'announced departing It seems to be a propot. rn> of
", clothing. However, /In log cabin Is not absolutely or style of construction Is used, Is not a- nice job but it pays. Cal- bites. time. Everyone reported ,adding six bills to the farmer's
Three organizations of fttrmen essential for greatness. a grating of some' sort should pro- omel and san tau In, 6 groins each Q. Do all mosquitoes carry inatarial an enjoyable evening. I cowhide and then taking from 0 1

I y' and (farm women are meeting at Homes that were welf suited to a I tect the food so the fowls can per 100 pounds weight: given in a infection? Those attending this party to $6 from his own hide.
sn, ''i the college( \ during the week, The former day are no longer the best reach It easily, but cannot roost capsule, are good. OH of chenopo- A. Xo. Only the female mos were : Misses Zelma Thomas, honored Come, let's have a scenario .trout
) w program of the beekeepers' section type. This Is the natural result over It easily, or get their feet In dium, 1-2 tappoonful, mixed in a quito of the species known as Ano- guest, and brother Norman the farmer. Make It a coni'-ih> if
Includes a meeting of the state ot progress. As the world has It. All feeding troughs and water tablespoonful of castor oil for.a pheles. Thomas, cousin W. n. Thomas of you can.-Use.
't' beekeepers' association ''and the made rapid strides in other lines, vessels should be up off the ground 60 pound shoat or 1 teaspoonfulIn Q. In what way can we distinguish : Gainesville, Mr.. Walter Davis of 0 -

dairy program Includes\ a meeting It has also progressed I'n the mat- or fldor, on platforms or rocks,.so! 2 tablespoonfuls castq/ oil to a the Anopheles or malarial Gainesville, Mr. Shaw of Georgia, Following; a conference v ih
t of the state dairymen's association. ter of home building( and furnishing. the chickens cannot scratch litter grown hog will get rid of stomach mosquitoes from the other' variet- Lerly Greene, Mollie Surrency, Governor Carlton and Comnnniler -
The state'council of homo demonstration and dirt Into them. worms. Always give worm treatment ies of mosquito? Herschell Urannen and Alph Ha- Ernest Amos Saturday. \ltur.
,' work Is holding Its annual Farm homes, however, have The reel hOPIetjs best for dry after starving the hog 24 A. Dy the differences their zen of Breaker; Misses: Louise Tipping ney General Fred Davis hut, .crt-
i i; meeting Wednesday morning. been a little slow In keeping up mash feed. This can be made by I hours. habits anti breeding places cer > Blanche Burrdorc membersof vi lied officials of Highland < "'111 iv
j' The dining hall and dormitories with development. City homes are making an open box IS, inches Tho following mixture kept tain characteristic! markluggs on the school faculty Grade Lo- that the county board of 'm mint .
of the university are being kept nearly all equipped with modern wide, 7 Inches high at ,each side, where hogs ran get It will help their bodies, and the position they rena and Gene Green, Alva Fair- stoners should proceed to fix 'heir
i open this week for the accommodation conveniences, while rural homes and any length required up to 12 keep them In thlrtty condition and assume when resting. cloth and Mrs. Coy Gay all of annual budget and make hell 'lax
of the visitors and every are still more or less of a type com- or 14 feet. -Have the ends of this keep down worm Infestation: charcoal Q. How and what are the best Brooker 1111's.Iay: Saucer and levy for county and school !purposes
facility!! of the University Is at their mon years ago. This has been box project up 7 or 8 Inches and 1 bu.< wood ashes, 1 bu., method for the control or preven- niece of Baldwin. just as If the new tax lall"
it disposal. \\ true until recent years for the very hang a reel In the center of these lime (air slaked) 4' Ibs., salt 8 tion of malarial fever? w1 had never been passed'ond thai (tlif
q i iIIOOTKXOT good reason that few conveniences end pieces four Inches square, Ibs., sulphur. 4 Ibs., coperas, 2 A. Head the continuation of Jacksonville!! Thirty street tax assessor put the mlllage/; 'on the
al, IV t SKKDIUCDCAN : <: could be obtained for the farm which will prevent the chickens Ibs. this "Catechism" In next week's paving Jobs underway In this place. books pursuant to such a levy
IH; CONTl'lOLMCI; ) home, and those were rather ex, from roosting on It and will keep Mix lime, salt, and sulphur thoroughly Issue of this paper.Completion .

j M4 ; IIV USE OK CYANIDK pensive. Now, however; there area them from, getting Into the box then mix this with char- I fI
number of simple conveniences hopper with their feet and still coal and ashes. Dissolve copperasIn I by the Arundel Corporatlon --

1 n t Gainesville, Fla. One of the obtainable for the rural home at permit them to eat the mash feed. 1 quart hot water and, sprinkle dredge Corozal of all I A
most stubborn foes of the Florida reasonable prices.It On the top of each side have a lip whole mas, mixing: it thoroughly.. work on the Fort Pierce Inlet pro- .
t .' truck grower is -the rootknot nematode is only fair to the women of project into the box at least 3-4 of''( ject, subject to final approval by i --and she's
v : Tho time to prevent the farm that these conveniencesbe an inch. This will keep the chic- CHIPS: the port commission.which Is expected
trouble, from this source la now, provided. Improved Implementsand kens from wasting the feed. It --'- .,- to be 'given at a special I
e while the seedbed is being pre-' machinery have long been put should be upon a platform where! Crotalarta: seed imported from meeting has been announced. Th's I
pared. After the plants become Into use by the men of the farm In the hens can jump up and eat from Porto- Rico giving very satisfac- brings to a successful conclusiona '
ll" infested its too late to treat them, thelrwork, while the farm women each side. tory growth i'n Highlands county. project begun 10 years ago on Off 0 him"for
,- and the Irvld where they are set have to struggle along\ with the In addition to the various kinds according to L. II. Alsmeyer, coun- which nearly $2,000,000 of public
aleo becomes Infested. same old homes and no convenIence of troughs and hoppers which can ty agent. money has been expended and
"(" It Is the general practice of !!. In making our budgetsfor be of homemade construction, -. which forms the basis of' a port
+ truckers to use\ new land for the expenditures, we should give there are several very practical Cuban yellow flint: corn produced that is expected to rate with any life--!
; eta seedbed as Cast as possible, and cons.'deratlon: to the home. styles of h6memake drinking 12 tons of 'silage per acre on on the East Coast having an entrance I
X41{ f tly this Is.a gold practice, according If more expensive convenleces equipment which are more or less the farm of the Vero Beach Dairy depth of 25 feet -and an. inside -
r to J. U. t, atson, entomologist of like lighting systems and' water- Satisfactory. Drinking vessels without .fertilizer. The corn depth: of 22 feet.

the Florida Experiment Station. works cannot be secured at first, should be made of tin, galvanized was grown after potatoes. I} I -
1 New land Is not so likely to be then less expensive equipment can Iron, glass or crockery. A wooden -
A who'd old
bne' '' (infested with root-knot. However, be had. Tables and other working vessel or (trough Is not easily O. A. Perrott, a Duval. county Guy use ,
frheu old land must be used for mrfaces can be made the right cleaned: or sterilized; therefore, farmer, recently filled- a 60-ton
+ the seedbed, the following proce- height to enable the woven to should' not be used for either water silo from less than four acres of' patched-up tubes to
+" dure Is recommended by Mr. ""at- work with more ease. Serving or milk. An ordinary pan bucket corn. Florida farmers are learning ]

4 't r son. trays, dish dra'ners etc., can be pall .or can can be used for a that silage la one of the best and
r t First plow and harrow the land. 1 I gecurc<1. Flowers and shrubs can drinking fountains can be bought cheapest feeds for dairy cows.A save a few nickles!

Then dissolve sodium cyanide In be planted to make the home surroundings fr01lany dealer In poultry, sup- II
water at tho rate of 000 poundsto more beautiful The old plies. If homemade equipment Is saving of $9 per ton In feed
He'd been tire trouble-his tires had been los
expecting
the acre. Sprinkle this solution house can be remodeled or !p new usedt be sure tb protect It In someway for dairy cows Is repbrted by a
a 4, evenly' over the ground. Then apply one built, paintcan be brought so the fowls cannot 'get in the Highlands county dairyman, due to a ing air fast lately, a sure sign of old tubes. Then on the
Irrigation water sufficiently to Into play to brighten things up a water with their feet or turn It'I the use of home mixed feed recom- a/agems Honie3 way to the dal.:e, the- blowputt! Ruined the casing, too.
soak the soil to a depth of eighteen bit. over.For mended by Hamlln L. Brown ex- Haz ardf in The new tire will! cost him more than If he'd put in new

inches or more. Dissolve ammonIum When home life has been made watering poultry, the best 'tension dairyman. This man uses tubes all around a month ago.
i sulphate (one and one-half more attractive and -less'burden- plan Is to build a platform 24 In. i tour tons of feed a month and thus

a, ) times the weight of the cyanide) some, then .will the women have square! and have it up 20 to 24 saves $36 each month by followingthe ,. order to soften liquid floor wbouwolfe .
iri In water and pour this solution more leisure to enjoy exstence! inches from the floor. Make-a advice given h'm.! 1'1.l rrd. Ih. bolll under a hat
//N'' 1 evenly over the ground. Applyr [ and also will boys and girls be round hole In the center of this ... w.lrr hotel, thereby cncklnn It. Lowest Prices Everon

more Irrigation water, just enough more Inclined to stay on the farm. platform just large enough to leta Port niehey Victor Clark's The pim ..ennl.l by the heel wereiplodrd
'r to carry the sulphate dowji.. tapered galvanized pall or bucket service station se llreclIales bjr a lighted electric nan"* GuaranteedGOODYEAR
A. '_ of Pan American four feel ....,. .nd Ih. room buns Into J !
r It la Important that the sulphate C'AHNKSLtTKOt : half way down In the hole, and agency gasoline, flame. *. '
be applied as promptly an possible! the chickens can jump up on all and oils.
after the cyanide, certainly the Interest to their many friendswas i sides of this platform and drink. A Homestead 600 citron trees Volatile cle.ning Sa..... of all kl..l. require
CIE '. planted on 10acre tract formerly' ulnoM pnr.ullon. Your bom Water Tested
TUBES
'J r came day. These materials should the marriage of Miss Evelyn !' platform can be made :2! feet wide known as Evans grove on Hedland rfnem ..u.(_. ._ur....... See u* -
n not be mixed before applying themto Luck of Raltord to Mr. Carl Cairnes and IS feet long, If desired to accommodate road. bout II.
t the soil, as their reaction In the of Palatka. The wedding took : three pall Plenty of Bartow Florida Flour & Feed
soil In necessary. place Saturday, Aug. 10, at 11 pure, fresh drinking water should Company opened for business in J. R. DAVIS ,& CO. Mail Order Prices Right at Home
( Both the sodium cyanide and the o'clock( In the Presbyterian!! church be available at all times, convenIent Courier-Informant bu ldlng. INSURANCE .
}tf? ammonium sulphate are rich in at Green CoveSprings.. Ilev. A. for the hens to find. :2Wc; I.to ________ I6.10!! 3012,;: : Cl. __ '__ 113:3:

54 rl nitrogen and leave the soil rich W. Pierce performed the cere- Space Is lacking to describe even er because his investment has been ST.\RKE. FLORIDA 304.30: ___ $!!I6.< !>H 30\l; 1-a: O. 8. ______ ,.1.:1:

4 In that element of plant food. It mony. briefly the various other accessories kept as low as possible. 8Jf\S.O( : $!!IO.10 :IOx,; 3 i 1-2: S.H! ----- tKO v5111x3.0(1
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1 will be necessary to add only pot The bride, the charming young which may be desirable' In the 31x1,; ______ ____ 11I",1:
ash end phosphoric acid in fertlllz- daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. M Luckof poultry yard. Allot them may as : ( _______ 11'0.:13 3'1,14,; _____ __ 1I".fI\!
lug the bed.Potassium. Raiford Is a graduate of Stetson a rule, be made at home of simple ; j 8ltS23, ; _______ 1l1O.S! :>> J2d 1-3: __ ___ $1:1.0: (
x' j) cyanide may be used University Mr. Carnes Is a grad- material and at very little cost It We can JWxll.00 .j------ $! i4.2 o n3x4,; _________ IIUOf,1I<>
I in place of the sodium cyanide it uate of the State University and a so desired. Not only doe the I YES S 8 URS S Get
Out Your
the latter cannot be obtained, butt member of the Phi Kappa Tau fra i maker of such equipment effect a j''I BATTERY Catalog and Comr/are{ -We Give Service

t It Is more expensive and a thirds ternity. They will be located at i worth-while saving, but I know STORAGE In and Meet Mail Order CompetitionHITCH'S
) ) + more of it must be used, 111'Vat-' Sarasota( where Mr. Carnes Is to from personal experience that
eon state be assistant superintendent of the. I gets a whole lot of genuine, heJ!
-_ _A high school. sonal enjoyment out of making his SERVICE STATIONStarke
The Lakeland Farmers' Club has ,# own equipment. He has the additional Smith's Starke

2i d been reorganized after a recess of Live Oak Tobacco market: satisfaction of knowing his I II Garage J Jltr
,; five years, opened recently percentage of profits will be great- Florida

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;; .V KILL lOll FAIIMKUIS' BKNK-:: Believed i i ni Mli'li,".i,"n... All'F. i nHd. l0'rU'1 \'PPf\'IO'It I'1 w,in. II '-in ,i", M" 'JilteilSnlilldcrs
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Teachers >i .
: i 1'11"1. II. and I sumdi-ii" (afterwilrd I
TIT 1,1""I.\' 1 I'" i 1'1.1. ',11<'", to ,IOM HVvnn"> : '

I.f\ {4'u ,' License lol.'Ilorfl, .lien n-moveii, . 'Not InIN. heiebv of T.x.1\11. i lli.in,'ni I.]P.. No VVM'uiit' .. John Clcmonx mai N .) .loin, .., the unknown .1'

1 ; nii i Friends in thla county of UepMstntutlve I Liable For J l.axono oh MBV.,, K...,J.removed.MAMOII removed. 46 lied 4lh Knld h.tI.I'
Cole, Mr
Robert <$ *
( It. L Black of Gainesville New H. 1., r0mov.ct.MalpaH. I tax '1..1 to l I"- larah V.
I Fee Under Law ), J, removed.latfk. thereon tn accordance( Itiw. il n anher hl.band.Ya.n j'" >
will bo gratified to learn of Harriet .. i. ceH the (whone chrl.tln ulll1wn
I
alc rotnw- Teal anil " N. T., dead. cleHcrlbed in>i>c>i l v Mm. .
11 ITS a1 mp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119:105.: his success In getting I bill Richard, Kinmii, rmove.l.Hnyd"r. tlmdford County| Pltirldn: tci-wlt.:: i l bandT.al I 1 The 1029 senulon of the legislature IK unknown) Mr*. Caroline
11 M..' daad.Stlth. Went 12 ncrcN uf Suuth\vi'.l iiuarrer '
through the .
f All recent legislature regulating I. have Imposed a license jr. C., i .inoveil.Knyiler of Norlhriint iiiarter| H<*c'tluii 2ilTownahlp and her huxanJ, -losel
I'J1' nf ill rS1t.5. religious!! teachi"8. doctrine or the labeling of commercial may I.tiintnle, removed.Tucker 7. South ItniiKe, Zt KtiHt, (\\hone: chrtxtlan nMine IH I
I -1 nr 11.1 creed i if they are to have any claim 'I tax tee of $10 a year upon school It. A.. r mov l i-ontalnliiK II acrex. Mrx. Julia l i A. Younge nnd hf hu1'iinl *-

r love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must bo in harmony with fertlzers. This bill gives protec of th Plate. C. F. HOOVER, The neneiiHmeiit of Hiild ,iTir,ncrtunder \ -Younge (who. Christian. I
ha teacherg '
f buyers of fertilizers and Clialrmaii.ATTI5ST iHHiied name In unknown) ; Mm. Al"><. V.
wan
the Christ whose words fit into the Kald "
po.nrhirB9? of Jesus every fold and crevireumfm ton At rate the question 0111.1. ,. hll.band.Itol..
any hA : lu th name of, U lxn end her .
and of whom It was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN remedies defects In previous acts 'ul. ,. tinknoivn I
heh heart arisen In official circles and while C. '\. .KUTCK, UnleHN. nald' certificate lie re- ( ho"a chrlptlan name Is ); .
tAh LIKE THIS r.IAN.'p' whereby unscrupulous manufacturers Clerk. ItOTICIJ dpenied ae'ol'dln" to law, lax deed Mrx. Mary JJennlxon a".10""-

'...-- fertilizers the market there has been no official request will I..ne Ih.r.on on the litTi dity of I nlHon (who. chrlxtlan ra.m., It. unknown I ,
on
should we cast our' with goods with beasts and put for an Interpretation nt the law it I >. ISSfl. I I ; MlttH Kllen UII'I. unmnrTlvd,
\ '',' ..nom ant not up to the analysis shown on t"f.I ; day of AuKiiKt. At l'. Hahl.rnan .oiii.tinia
xiwwer, read--Psalm B5: with precious things besides all Is not clear to the layman. >. I J.tlI5t .Oeor" 11 inert '.'
the tags. At the request of Interested .10.1 Oenl'8e
llrdl that was willingly offered." That Under the old licensing law professions Notion hereby (tlven to all concerned AL.DR11MAN. I'. xometlinfs. i.illudRobert II, .
parties here the Telegraph Clerk of ( (Court C, arrt all "
22:36: 37 38, 39, 40.aslvl. same sp.rlt: aids all Christian work heretofore confined to that the ely Council of the (8011) llindfoitl. :1"11, 'I.rllu of the rO Johl.rman. ealh nnd If I ,' .
,/ carries the bill in full below l'oUII 11"lnl '
\all/1"
: City of Starke, Florida, Hitting: an a ,
which ta tlie great com- today. Some devote their time and doctors, lawyers and such have S-9-6t-n-6 either, any or (ill be the unknown Ij ',
: Honrd of n< tialtxerM on devlHeeM, legatee* and .
:andm'nl, In the law? 37' JeBU8 go to the fields of the work and Section 1. That section 2398, been re'ulred to pay license fees AuiruHt Oth A.| 1)., li)2'i) made Tu"IIY.
1lm. Thou 8U'alt love others give of their goods and to practice. x ,'halgo. In the tiix anpeiiHment 1U'I'I'I' T\\ nr.r.iiNollco : /n.1 all .rlon. ,'ltlmhll any rfgnt, I"": i ,
''III''" revised general statutes of Florida ae bv I thn City TaxAHaeimor Interest IhQ r -
..Id' with all thy time, while staying at home.A The new law reads: 1. title or r\o- :
,,, n.hy. God as amended by section 2 ot, fur 1029. Notice In further ing dencrlbed land xltuntvcl ,I I
:.11 )1 with all thy soul! and writer says, "It was a nation "Each and every practitioner of irlven that :the City: Council' ; will 'IH hereby tilven, that I>. "'. ford coumy, .'IO'lda. to.-wll. \jl' .
bill ,,,III i chapter 10128 acts ot 1925 laws nt a meetlnir t. lie held on tlie mind. 38. This is the that was carried Into caltVrty. but law, medicine, osteopathy, chiro day of September llui City Hall liStarke > l"ull. and all of ,NOH. Three : r '1
,,i thy of Florida entitled "An act to tt Jul '. A. 1). 1927. hax One (1)) 1..1" f
commandment. 39..round church that returned) the Jew pedlatry: chiropodist: den at 8 :(I ID o'eloi k p. m., willhv.tr 857. 4th day (3)) Fl\e) (A) ami Hetnii 17)) of Block .
,.t ,",, -real a amend sections 2.198 2401 2.40E practc. fl"1; a Much OWIIPI'H or airentxai filed ttuld certlflifttu In my nl'o and Twenty-xlx., ((28)) n..(,oi to / r' ,

i _[ Is like unto It.ho" ish ('hurC1 took tho place of the and 2406, relating to commercial l"tl'1. optician, optometrist masseur .I II'pell' and, file comnlnlntH Hindu 1I'Ilk'tl"1' luf IIX lawSaid IMxue -. 1o. nf Original' To\vu nr ,,.1111. ,j l '

led embalm?! civil, mechanical, HK IIH llxvitby uoO",11IN' with of herebynnlltltd J i
They II
l\ love thy tielghbor as people. were I, You nnd each > ott are
,, .I n being section 3807 tho i
the mild fit anu cetlltlcnfii ,
fert'lzE'rl. 10arI .mhr.t1 rolow. that I H. AU'Xiiml.'r ha ,
electrical engineer or N'lt"IZtU. .
and guided by and the hydraulic or
HI On these two com- prlets compiled feeneral laws of Florida hear uny '..lon.why ** 'ing dvxcilhetl property .llnllted II filed herein hU xworn lilll nf complain I

h 1, all the law and touchers of the Mosaic They architect and every other l'alt''Ier nhould lie ( Imimwcl Urndford, Couim', l'I..III. to-\ : ; Heeklng to Qiilrt nnd i:ontlrrn ; ; .,
,, ,'If' hang Ilw. be, and the fmme I is amend half tif iiunrtor ofNoitlKnxl
,Kll I hEreby 1..1.2 4 Mlk Id orlnrlnitl Town Mia.i KiiBt t1eitrlbedland
had also learned that Jehovah was follows of any profession, the members .\i, to nuaiii-i, h e"M lion ._, 'I"wo bin tltlo to tho tOI'eg"I,1 bnr i
IH. ed to read
I so ns as : I..lll761 ftloO. and to any
11 My Clod sl>all ba my nut only t'-e! Cod of l!;. Jc\;.:, '.,..: "2398 ((1264). Commercial of which charge for their services ('n. >, feet l I.r: SIC' 01.n' xhlp, 7. Hnuth.nl' : lOnxt: contalnlnK claim or Interont yoil nnd either of !
( nnd Court MlreetH and l
run : ,
j' of all mankind. The such and the validity of whose 'al 't. you may have Ih.r"ll. you nnd\ ""Ih
captivity cured Labeled Seizure as 13 Htreet 43 I-a fet-t Ho 'hjJKj The mmemtinent of xnld pronortvtinder
Fertilizers to bo to
; Cal appear
the Jews of Idolatry* The return right to practice shall depend upon W."t 4J 1-H ti. North G2'feet the Hiild rertlflt'nfe 1 iHxticd wax of you, Ir. .tlit'XHld, ord..t of romilalnt J,
< "
Where Deficient --Every package \VlllMiittnlre_ ,. nnlw.'r
-- I to MrN. .1. 1. KrnsRet anilMlnnla In the .
j licensed n"ul' Hiding tonw
their been duly : so l"l. Ih'Iho.ret"\ nci"
of I the from Dabylou I hl"lnl omttncuttt be rcdoemetl or i
lebl'\\1 of commercial fertilizer or fertilizer l to 121)00.All : ) UnlOBu .IILI 2ttth ,dav of ,
U'jln-SUiOO )
the Twentv-xlx ( '
.W "SCHOOL do under the of Florida lot ( 22 frvt lOnntof to ti" df *d : "1
MM) was much like the present Zlon'ltmovement mator'als'! manufactured imported to Jaw"} I. 'nl 1'1.11' on the \.Uli' day olSeiitember A. I>. 1929.' unili-r penalty :
NW cor full mivetmill will AUltt"l. '
IXSSON: of shall pay a state tax of $10. 01 '" pro ci nfexxo and flnnl t decree 1
and return n-ny 1'pn8e rniw SouIh' 34 IJawt 211-u I I>. 1929.ifnted .
I [Jews to Palestine. Then they were transported, diltributed..tore.l. The question II.n rained unofficially feet,* Ni.Tlh: 84 t tfr, Cull Btreet' tlilM Bth duy of AiiKiixt, AI being entered ngnlrtKt MMI- andunch I ; I
falluro to
offered for sale or of \
you. for nl'1'.lr.
kept or
'" Went to all lot' >. .
school teachers Ihel. IUI.
protected by the BabylonIan government whether b.l. anl sold In oV into the state of Florida i ex South 21' ( tirlKlnnl I
HI orderedthat
I'OK .UT.VHT IH, 1021). are licensed practitioners. There T. J. to 'I7SO.. (Seal) Clerk 'of 'lrcult Ctmrt, .lil hill. And It 1".turll"I' I
while now the civilized shall have securely attached a tag tpwn.Ix>tH 6 nrlnn-nOO nrlK-lnii, Itown. ] i llrudford:, County, Florida.so6t.in : I III" notice be publlxhed once .

!Slli' ,,, ..1 1 : The return from capText world through Great Rrltlan as on which shall be plainly nnd legibly are those who contend schoolteachers 1 lrl. A nil 10. I'cult. I12UOo week Htarke for four Telegraph..icceHlce nwxpnperof w."k. lit 1 Ii I. .
have to an examination the j
pass $ ,
active agent is protecting thoxe \ In '
iV!!' printed the name or brand ot before receiving licenses to '\ lot 1 nnd 101.it I 7 Illock 2(1 orlK.nal 'WI'U'I'} 0.U' VI'IOVPOII general circulation"pUhl.,1 l'' ;'" .

: 'Jehovah hath who return to Palestine. Then as the commercial fertilizer or fertilizer I town. K. T. nkev and 1.. I '1'\ niiiNotice ,: > mildltrndford .unly. nl
(; )IIJI-II \ ollUlnl
things tor us. whereof now only a few would return. and address teach and that .therefore they are AI."an.'r-IIIOI( to $2000. WltneHH mv bund A. .It., : .j.-,
great materials: the name I and till tha 24lh day oC July.
12 It. T ,
ilom .
I liable under the new law for the 1.01. HI0'k that n. W.Moore .
glad" psalm 128:3. of the manufacturer or jobber e. addition. Cuirlw I). Kluh : hp.lt Ih..n. 1929. ,
1n. No. F
we, are n. AV. AI.TiKmtAN. J ".
Tlx C"'ln'nl. .
Lesiion! Text: Jerem'ah! 2D: 10- FIKHT CI1ttSTI\N! CIICKCJ' ; the net contents of the package tax. school teachers -$3500 to 10 $400(1.South ft lot 7 ami lot X ex 417. 4IH hnhl.r day July. 1 1"2 ha* (Real Clerk Circuit COlrt 111.adfortl 1 \ '
contend al ;
Ezra 1:16: ; Pa. 126:1-6. in pounds; the chemical analysis Others Ninth I feet nnd, nil lotn 10 HlockA tiled mi lit "",'IIII't. II my and to Countv, I t'
19.9 events In would be exempt because ot the N. .1. Jones' nilrlltlon, I K. S, M'LI.tlww.137 made Ipllllntlol tax, deed CYHl'H H. MMITIIUUAT. I
central with
'The great Bible School and communion stating; the minimum percentages and that O to $4UUO. iMxue l"eU'lln". Solicitor for Coniplatmint. I "

TestBtment( history arJ.tlie mi servlcel each LOld's Day at 10 of total nitrogen as ammonia nature ot their duties 1.01. f \ 1(1 Ilk H N .1 Jf.noindilltlon. law. Said (','rHr<' (.,wltunted thfollovlng "- T-2t. t.8.23. ,. "
Old in that duHcrlhetl property
are
I
,
they not : JuhiiH and 10: M. j "
ration of Abraham to Canaan o'clock. and materials from which derived, pt'acttonel Th.lml to flBK l ( ). In llrudford" 1 county, Florida,.tolt OK M\ THIi'" ,,1111
of the J.hnUIO U'I'U-B
migration of Jacob to. Egypt< ; Church services morning and available phosphoric acid and materials sense ? .. 4 B 6 7 Block I '. \> : of Bouthwewtiiuntter -! 1\.1
he The act became a law June 29. nlen' addl'lon.' Minnie I K. T. .1..1.Grlftln Nnrthwext quarter '
Egypt, tho con- in derived insoluble "nc Townxhlp 7 Notice IB hereby Riven" thnl tinder '
,"xodus from evening of the first Sunday from which ; (
,ihe So far as Is known no school teacher -$27BO to $ moo. 'lo" I 3, contulnlnu-(, nnd by vlitinof that oertuln Final i
tile establishment the Bro.D'.xon acid, water soluble I 1 2 Hlock Templen* R.MItol. South : .. anil
of Canaan each month by pastor phosphoric 1,01. 1 li'-oree of forci limiiro made rendered
'liieBi of has yet been approached to pay J. n. SiGn tu (HIM). ncieH, th, A l 1B29, hy J
the division which 1h.I"1. xnltl on-July
of l
monarchy and materials from a'HpHxmoiit property "
of Jacksonville.TturriiomsT potash, The
ihi : frno lot lot 9 ; '
ol than ex .
'a license fee. Is more pos xald: 't illcate Ixxuedvur Honorable A. /. A I kingdom the fall of the Northrn derived and total available plant I nnd North SO fret lot 10 Temple* under the cei Jiullilnl ( In anil ', "
he sible they never will be Nevertheless Ul HI.> J. It. Ilhoiluil i ext $27SOtn In I he of I'nknown. 'h"'II I
ot the Southrn of ll( n. nlm. Hlinll be ', "' In thntcertnln .
Kingdom the fall rood; the maximum: percentage certltltute re.deemed for H. df"rl'nlll\ 1"111" ,
rumen .
the question has caused lome11tl'uI'on *SOOO.Lotu ... ...I to law, 'tax de. l! ',' .. l'ow.1 I j1 "
and the return from ,hlorine and moisture; and a 15 lOP lllorfc 2 n. N. n'o'nUn" PUl. ,
Kingdom In the official circles.imooKKii 1 will | tin 1 the Dili day olSeptember ils complalnnnt ant lOlla. PI'k.'I' ..t "
T. N. Kend'I'I1210 (- I..u. ,
,, \\ ttatement of all the materials from 1'0"111" n"lllon. A. It. UI2II.Imud ". ar Dr. S. C. llurgln, presiding olh.r J .
iit "
\ ,
I. : i of Augunt, A ulll hull
tlilM Dill day I xlKiitid, n' Hpoclnl '" ,
study the last ot these which the commercial fertiliser; or 210 feet"e of S(>ulliventcor t hld- "Idel.
we dlII'lct.w itnd lu'HI
rodav elder of the Jacksonville
SCHOOL :N j\vs: !> for to I the :
hlrh..1
I' I Is made. There MniflMon' al.1 111'1. HIICHIHrun n.III. W AL.iiUMAV: c"h .. door \ 'I ;;
fertilizer mateital ((1. ; l front of .
hold the first quarterly conference I \S"ent HO ..
i3IHS\ r.. -.tlor""t,1 Cleik. of Chctill Court, Hradford, count I, i I'
Phophecles concerning this re- for the Staike charge In .hal also be) attached to the tag; The school ts progressing nicely ...PI.t. thence HiiHt' 210 o"fe I t North 11 420 feet", (Seal\ Hradfoid County, Florida8nrion I on In I\orkp. Huplrnilter. 2n) <1, .101.1.A. l ,, \if\'. .W'.r

'tmn tu Jer. 2D, that prophet he methodlst church here Saturday stump showing; the payment ot f with record attendance. l In hetr f.,1 und di'Hlwnnleil. i nmi 1' oftliiHliInx' I 1M3.
to the flrat captives!' taken evening, August 24th, at 8:00: the fee required by law. There 1 IHhllln".k 2 Here for lite I puipoxo uf certain xnt-lxfyltig. IvInor "r-
uroii afternoon thone
The P. T. A. met Illock. H \TIO di-crao It."I.
advising statement on the 1"11ay 1. Illl 1,1."O'C- NOIKIJ fl'.t .. 101 I
Babylon ; be other nraH "
,, mi ludah to o'tlock. Brother Buekland. dlatr'ct -bal no at the sdioal building.; The1mlnute.8 $SOD" to '410.<>< 'I'\\ : :n HII houses and Commerc'al: fertilizers and' 4.fifl tlark Hliln Florltla, dencrtbed ax fi"llo xThu :
t n 10 'Build ye lay will make nn addreHS. ug. read and ,'. 11'IIII"1 South hnlf of tb" Hoiithen.nlauaiter
t ,
lealer. were nllolte S A T T : (
when' sold Ira'k. "llwaYf21.tO:10(1t. r>. W.Mourn .
or
gardens materials fflvcn( thnt of
"' them; and plant om.laland lertllizer Notice IN h..by of SoulhweMt '
.n .n :;
( wont $4:1.61H.OO. ,.
which I the assorlatlon Noano.
Al after (
: Tmvnxhlp
,11 I thr fruit of them; take. members expected to ba present. 'hipped to consumers tn bulk shall AVe llin uiiderHlmieil :do hereby: c 'rtlfy holder, ,\."I.tII"ltt. hu" Twenty-two ((22):
nil i are of the 4th d I.LY of July 1. South Hangrc T\\ ".ty.two
Into the discussion fcnl.'llJ I that I tlm oliove und forejrolnff IHa Mix ( .
III"i" Seek the peace ot thc Kverybody!' Is Invited.: DrBurgln :mve the statements required In school The decision 'was trim" and coi n-cl Mm ofiih, i...111nnd filed mild ccitllltute, In deed office to amimade IHKIIII (3jf) II:".t, confnltllng.SC in t,". more

nray unto the Lord for it; will preach Sunday morn- this section shown on or attached gror1H! iii-rHomil |I"'I'IV| dniullzc-d' hv npplli.ullnii fur" InK with law or 1e. .
t them and. thereon T.. KN li:II
< P.
made to fence eB\'Eral 1 \.1'11 lT.
i i. 'tho peace' thereof shall yoI Ing at eleven o'clock August 25. to the invoice or bill and shall also contributions! were made the/iHiualiiArx.city, .'.'<1 .lllnl /i a h""I.t Maid eo..tlh'll" ""'I'' '' the t.l.w- Special Matter In ,'hll"'Y.i

nee Let not your propI t lave attached to the Invoice or bill gtnrrouB In.wltiiBHH H hereof wo hereby" mihccrlho Ing '1..11.1 t..1.rl) "I'ILI.In, : A. S. CIlKWri.
I r I 11.\11 .
\iid vour diviners!' deceive 'lie stamps showing the payment toward the fenl'lng.'fhe linseball our. nninen on tho 'date abovementioned. Jh'I.lnl' <0111)North wettt .tulrlol Solicitor for Complainant 8-2-5t-R-10.
I i school

,\K for tliut salth tha Lord Davis Advises Jf the fee sufficient to cover tie team again junior met the Brooker' town Chairman p. P. 1nnVFr. nnd und South Kaxl: Thine.half, of qunrtei-H Hoiitheuxt. ot>iuariei South' -

':'i 111 after seventy: years at shipment or'Bale. tin, (Jlty o( Cly <1 nl.,, half of Hout ltwitt (IIlu'ler Section :U'I'I'N
; team Friday afternoon, on Rtl 1 ] 22 lu! t,
Sniifh Itantre
my Boards The form of tag shall'be follows ATTWMT: 2:1: TowiiHhlp 1 7 "- TwentyftlxthJinllclftl
Bahvlon I will perform County a school diamond. The this uontalnlntf I I: 220( avrcii.Tliu Tn Circuit" Court, ":
srO'e C. A. I Ilrmlford County, I
in pausing : 1"U.r'H.l'lt nxHOHfiiiiPiit of Hald propertyiimler circuit,
word toward you 81611880NOTIfJl }
i I'' d 18-7 in favor ot tho towi: d
,
Ikue Ixxm
this place." Name or brand of fertilizer. was )11"11' the xulil cevtlMintB. W"J ..I..I.IL.. In Cliancery .I
\fti to return to ot unitiiowu.lTnleHM Stnrkn, A MurlclimlCorporntlon.
tannl.__ lu the tiamo
KliouM. >'i ut on cw Tu\ manufacturer or Job m. Mhalt bo redeemed
find this proph- 1liiHuil : of OP IPPI H'VI'IOX Maid oeitltlcnte .
1"01.
In! l-nlali 44, we ,, for IlcvrniK'M, He Sajs Nme. The basketball grl| % aro expectIn '1' \ \ iiiiNolicff : : > I Ic"n'dlnt to law, tax deed Petitioner, 'I'
of Babylon
king 111' 9lh day ofStptember
i to Cyrus their new basket in a few will I""UI Ih. VM,
?
bal
t II!, n, turn of the captives and rerit'iK -, with Address of manufacturer ot job days and practice will then 'In hereby. Ilv.n. thnt I>. "Wtrioie A. l>. l'12'l. of AugUHt, A.IX : Stata of 1'I"rlto. "I' J;

of Jerusalem; "I am the Following a conference ber. their \ h"hl" of 'r.x C.rll"HI. Ni.. 1 jutted UilH Cth flay Hetiondent. ,r
( ::; II and Comptroller begin. 1A1I, 4th of July' 1 hu"Hied 1929. \ .ldnl.'n..I. I
Lord that salth ot Cyrus Hen I Governor Cal.1on Net weight In pound xnld, ,< .'rtllKntu In mv ol1Ue nndniiulH II. W. At.tiEnMAN. TO Tr I','ITI.I'Ni: :) TAY- '1/1 :

and shall perform I Krnest Amos Attorne> 1'11"11"1
nihepherd! : advised officials ammonia not Jacksonville will a nllht 'ioidani, u If 11 lltutuuiu .u. ANI> AT.T, "CHUSONS lXTI.II: '
saying tcU 1 General Fred Davis bal Total nitrogen, as "Il tH"'U"u il I"W'I -St-9-A ClUUHTINUH' :
who 8- :
'I i on pleasure: even for the filers embrncex the 1JI1,
built of H'ghlands county that less than __ per cent. stop-over "al dexcrllieil. iropcrty foluw- You anil Biicli nf ;\ t.ilie; 110tlcii 1 1uf I'
shall be ; Cleveland |" .ttuILle,1 It ,
Miami to
Thou
the ; -
I alem, 'ake pait lu hat lh city, a inunlulfiul t,
board of commission ammonia Hradfoid ( Flotilla, tn-wlt: NO'l'KIl: OP .\ "' I.'un ( rruH\
the county Organ! ntrogen na 'U'lf' 1".1'10" the law
thy foundatlor L national air meet i iNtitlcti ,
'mi! o the temple, race of the North :nl.tlw""l ',''Hler r\\ : I "U'llut."tln. "
.' ers should proceed to flx their annual not less than __ per cent. C. S. CiimmiiiKB Settlon 26, h 1"1" hereby, given that AV. It. the IM .. /, bv antl '
Lieut.
U be laid. budget and make their tax Her:vetl from __ pi'r August :SI. .'2 Kant: ci"ilalnln HO ncim, llodgxH, holder. of Tax Curlincute Ilrm'Kl' I H. city (.ludl. h'IK fl".1 a I

"h.11 our lesson from Kzrn 1 school l'el1. U. S. A., hat arranged with ''h. nxK<'Hnnieiit.of NB|1,1 t>ropeityIIKliT No. 14, 4th of July, A I I.) 111! 7.. "Itt |II ttm above HtyNd undttrdato "" ,F,.1. I,

"Now In the ftrut yeai1 r levy for, county all purposes __ per cent. Commissioner T. C. Imeson, till, HUld CHflllUlltO |1..n"O WUM hax Illetl Kald,1.rtlhI'" In "' .m. above xtylnil cmnt. haveI "'s' ,
ni *, City toIXHUO 1) I'l'J'i.!' to
lawshad dved 21, A.
tax the niinio ot L'nkniiwii. tux of July '
If the new innda
i vrua king ot Persia that thid <, Just us that per cent.Inorganic Elliott W. chamber of commerce ,1 t'nloHH mild "I'ltl"I. nhnll bn reteeintid -. and t 1111'ullol'ctirdaiu'e withlaw. lie Ixnlln' of MlK-ht Tkiollxiind, ($X, 'I'.;:. I I
never been passed and : as ammonia Buts ,. lax du d h..1, embiacen. thetollowliiK bolidx, H" ,
mouth 01:[ 00000))
I Ralph WOI'\.t
the l\roll'l
by and Captlan a"rdl. cI'llh'ut. dnllr.
of the Lord the millngeon manager .on tho Vth duy of.optpinher ', riiopurly' nldiateil t>f thn : ".X !
will |MHII :
assessors put (ban .. : :
the tax not less per :
m.all might be fulfilled, the sucR reserve corps to have -. A. P. 1929. In liradfiml: Ceniiuy, Floi lil.i, towlt' > .,Wl' 'JZ ln rIIr pro\lded for ; .

cl Ulrrwd< up the spirit of Cyrus I the books. IJl.tlRnt to 1 Derived from. __ per'cent. .the CU8hmnn.races accommodated when they I tinted tills Blh 'duy of \u&u"l., "A.D. : of Nor'nenxiauurtttr by law. confirmed xtyl,.tl by "j''."\ t,'
the cUlrt
of
1929. ( ,
decHve .,
__ cent. inurter a ,
of Persia that he made a levy. general' per land at : O. W. AMIKHMAN. Nurthenxt, of mectltirt' 4 To\\iiMnlp 7 And that on July, Sriid. ,\. n r./ I '

throughout all his Later the attorney __ per cent. JacksonvJe.' (Seat) Clerk of circuit Court Unnge. 20 BaxtTh an
,,-inmutldn 1 vises when the laws are ruled on A phosphoric acid not field rirudfoid County b'londu, axxexHtnetit of xnld pfi.nertuniler : agnlnxt the 1111. "nf l'l.rld" I"' !, l"I,
Kew T.'
clay
and put it also in writin val(1)Je Brooksvllle K-O-St-9-8 xnld, Ixxued waIn It, ( ,'
ngdom, can order lh" 'rllal. requiring Inn"'abl. '1 !
commissioners __ cent. : '
the county less than per Florida at Urookii.I'nlexH Htati-H :
king; territory by name KiilKht
the
salth Cyrus opened [ this I'I" II; V. '. '
ay nl*:. Thus I I'II t'olleitor to give from __ cent. J mild .. hluill' t>u redecmed Twenlv-Slxlh Jiullclal Clrcullnf .
the tax I.'redl Derived per M OP tPPl.K'TION fOlt.TAV ..ltI8t. the 'f
i .Per 'ft, the Lord God of heaven which i Portland Cement Company. f'I'll 1 tux deed Florida, Hlmw cauxe ..for.
IMIINotice ; : > lu.'lln/ .
mlllage
reduction: in the __ cent. / llth day <>tHeptember Inn, \
kingdom of for per will ll all the I
hath given me" ba brought about by the money __ cent.1180luble analysis ot ., A. l>. 192'J.Ihitnd Ih.the mild court, al hi" <,m'l' I. '
hath charged may per with detailed that C. I.. of mt, A .f Florldiv, u ,j., I
Hie earth, and he taxes. ,gcther a IK h.r.hyIven. thla Bth tiny 'UI Ktnrke, ",'a'1r,1. Citunty, .
house at Jerualem. received from gasoline phosphoric acid--. per each nt such ingredients In such ,', holder of Tiix Certillcute' No n. In the '. .[ I'ul., onth '
me to build him a stated In his telegram IH L.t"r., duy of July A. l U. l')27' ham 1129. county A. I'
Mr. Davis cent. stated as to 4h 0.1AT.nJHMAS. tilth day of AUKUxt 12"
"
which! is In Judalv. Who Isir Sebrlng, that not less package separately nied certificate .In mv olllce and ( ) ( nt 10 oclock, A. M.. whv mid ; R", '
the ofllclalslu Water soluble potash, be to for tax deed to IH* tcal. Florida.M C"D,1;
of all his people to each. It eliall not necessary mndtf application I II ford County Hhtiuld, not be vallilalod and I
among; you of a lecls.oa Hlth l.iw. ,
there waa no possibility than __ per cent. forth such additional Information Hue th.I.n In .u..n.'I'.. 8-0-rt-0-8 "
UK\ God be with him and let him laws by set '(aid ," .. the followtnK --- .mp.1 ) TIHI: H are \
tax __ cent.
the gasoline Derived from per and tag KltuateilIn TIERFF011' 'om)1'1'
-which Is In Ju- |, : 911, upo'n both the package deocrlbed) lrnl"I.ty ench of you are t
Jerusalem. ,<1 Ol" 'I".U'1"0' I'UI "
to 1 >'IUI
go November ln-wlt
up Klorldn :
before
Drudford County
1 "
court
the the supreme __ per cent. the other methods of stating such : T\x : hy required to be and appear
house ,of of NoithweHtiiuaiter 1.n Juilic '
dah and build the Northeaxt ciuarter A, X. Adklnn, "
He Is the 1.In -_ per cent. attached to the same, but one or Section 21! Townnhlp li South Ui,. n.n.r't"l., nt Nturkw. Hrudfonl 1 .
Lord God of Israel ( connection with the telegram Total available plant food not additional Information shall be HuntfB 21 KliNt.: Notice IH horftiy rlv"I. thnt Tlun\' ,. nf the'counlY101'11." at I'') o'clockA. '1
And '
God i which is In Jerusalem.: the The nHHexmnftnt of Kald property A. HnveM, C.rUn.ut.r of AiiKunt. : ,
Highlands county officials, less than 14 per cent. The penalty :; Iftxuecf h..hl.1 on etoy
l>
to used In every case. under the paid certificate wauIn 1KB. 6th of A. Tf. Hhow cnuve. If any t1' '
whosoever remaineth in any place that the than __ (Jarter, : ., olllre I A. 1921! .n.1 ,
attorney general said Chlorine not more per for failure to comply with these the name of Mrx. J. W filed;I Maid I..II my have why iwl'l' t""I. xhould '
let the men ulnill bn redeemed to you ,
!
where ha'sojournetb, followed by LrnleKH xald (.rtl"le iniida auiillcatlon I. d..1 and otbniwlne t'
could be cent. In any deedwill not tm lonlrm.d. "
ame plan addltipnal requirements ,' tux In v.i.1ll.,1 nulilliotltlon /
'
silver thcrnon ,
.
of h's: place help him with I any other county and that should : not more than. __ per particular bo the mime as IxNUP theienn on the 9th day ofSeniemlier 1..le law HitUI' c-rtiflcnte( etnliraceii thtt will bo"taken( .a* fouf .i with goods, and 1osture. hal ,* A. I 1029. mtunt-
and with gold and Invalid tleBcrlhed propt-rty
the free will I the 'court hold the law cent. that hereinbefore set forth In this Dated thin 61 1. il.iy of Auguiit, A. r.l.wln" County, Florida,, tu> lf you. that thin notice I.

with beasts besides either as the collection or distribution This form ot tag shall be used section and in the other laws of D. 1V2U.! wit: UlLdC.rl IS OnOEnFO a week for tlirxa ,

offering for the house of God that six cents a materials as well Cl.! W. ALDEIIMAN SoillliweBt quarter of Northwemtrummer he before the ., I
of the state's for all fertilizer the tate of Florida: relating to ileal) Clerk of Circuit 'Irt. Section eon cutlve week tlll 1,
the ( .
of .tl.rlr.
Is In Jerusalem. Then rose up gallon there would be no harm as for complete fertilizers. Any commercial fertilizer.!' Bradford County Florida 16 Townithlp Northwant 6, Mouth Huritfe 22 Bunt, dav of Anirilft, ToleKrarh, A. 1>. 1D21., In InStnrke : J I I I.dt

ehltt of the fathers of Judah and done and it the l law are upheld I I narsou. firm or corporatlpn who Section 2. Thlu act shall take 8-K5t-0-6! vwntalnlnK 10 acre*. ___ ___.. foi nrrHinn
the i or !
axHMWxment
Benjamin and the priests and would remedy I shall manufacture imporf, transport 1929. The certificate.al' wax anil, that th. Flmt 1Ub\I'IU08 b ,.I I ,'
spirit the suggested acton effect October 1, I I %0'l'ltll OF ..I.H.\'I.IO POIl under the naltl I."ue< leant ". ,;f
.
Levltes with all them whose books keep or offer of. trnknown.Tnlex published at U.W1TNKHM I .
build the situation and permit tax : dl5rltute. store Section 3. All laws or parts of TtI1KIOU: 'II th name ald certificate Hhnll be re fur th. 10th day ot AuKUHt, A. al ,I .1
rod had to up to various of hand, and the *
raised go to be made ready in the sell any package laws In conflict herewith are here to I.w. lax deed I my Bradford '
the linine of the Lord which Is In the time limit set: or fertilizer Notice Ix hereby given that; T). W. d..m.1 a'orlh't thereon on the Oth day of of the circuit court of day ot 'f' I
before commercial 1.1. the 24th
.
counties fertizer by repealed. "' bolder of Tax Certll'at. No, wil A. 1929. county, Florida' this ,. '

Jerusalem," by law for such action. materials that .0 have attached Became a law without approval .164.'Qr.4th tlay of July, l 121'', ha tinted" 'n.I 5 1 day ot Auguat. A. July A. U, I.I-! w Atnnn>|AM< ; t''

The first captives were take? the tag, or the tag fails to bear of filed Mild certificate In my olle. und I P. 1129. Circuit Court Hnulrford It
governor.NOTICK for tax IHHiie ALDRTIMAX. Clerk
from Judah to Babylon about 60B Rule all tha information required by jymde th.reol application In accordance de.with t. (Sel!Clerk /Circuit" W. Court.: Brad (Sell) > e unty IlorMa ::

years before ChrHt, and this de- New Health this section or said tag falls to : OP KI.IHTIOMf : Maid ""11'.1. embrace* tha follow In* ford County' Florida.. A. S. ClFWN. '
"
Tee of Cyrus was made In 536 B. have all the information required Ing Ilttord, County property Ilorldo'1111.1 : I, 8.9.5-D-t Hollcltor l'etton.rStSIL ',\ ,

.
C which Would make the first return Remains In Force this section, or said tag fails I Harold P.Vnll.. mayor nf th. Northaavtquurter POII '"
by
AI'PI .
first X-ily of eturke Klorlda. by virtue of Section 2* Townnhln 7 South U'I'H.t: OF .1'1.10. nIt ,
about 70 years after the Arms state health director to have attached the stamp showIng nuthnrft v .t.d In m. by law. flu I (lang 23 Kfixt, containing 4u acre*. .\\ : : >orll! f"OI I'l IIMC.VTIOH ,

captivity. D. n. L. of the fee be h reby .nn election ti b" h.hllat Th aMMexument of naid propertyunder '

to has advised county school payment shal .I he cal hall In the afnrmald city the xald certificate |MHU | wu Notice hereby given, that Kubji Serial No. 021431: Dernrtment of I ,1': '

Many of the Jews volunteered that the board of guilty ot a misdemeanor upon by the <,iualined voter* cm Tuomlay, In the name of J. K, Hoiixer.Unlem A. IfHyex..holder ot Tax Cert I Men tt the Interior. Ueneral Llnll omca at il,

return to Jerusalem under their superintendents invoked conviction thereof shall be fined I i"IJI.mh. IfUh, 103!), for the' purpoHe xald certlflcata ihall redeemed No. 414, 4lh duy of July A. r.. 1"27, Klorldu. July 13, 1929. : .
which was following oincem: according to law, tax deedwill rertlflcate In ofllcv (alne.vll. w "
"the health rule, the hart tiled Hald lvn J
$500)) I tbt .
hundred (
leader: Zerubbabel Including In a not more than five eleclnK iixue thereon on the.Sth day ofHe"t application for tax d..d h.I'"by (.f,

chief of the1 fathers of Judah and for the) first t'me! last year dollars for each offense. I Two nl l mber. A. n. 1921*. .IUI.lf1. In accordance ): !'I SirU'klaiid.October.f J.ark.J F.w. 'i !

Benjamin and the priests and number of counties requiring pupils In addition, to the foregoing requirements One rr.rmRn. <.nJ tax colter Iiated thlH 6th cluy of AUlull. A. littv.I. Hn. Id <'ertlflcn ""'"ra'e.xltti'nl thfnll'wlnir llomexKmd. on Kntrv, >!. 127.. 1.'M ," I '
of school two tor. D. d"Herlbol' prcipefty .
thE Levltes. with all them whose to remain have out not enrolled every package of comm : One tax affM H>for. 1:9. O.Clerk W AIDFRM\S., .rl.JraOor id In Bradford.:: County: Florida, to-: Wet Half 4, Townnhln of Northeast, S. Hunge quarter.Section J3 H I
Seal .
'1>.. It Cod had raised to go up to weeks If they week of II'hool. r'al fertilizer or fertilizer!' materials" One tnurrlml nf xalil election.i F. A. ) < County, Florida.. wit Went: hnlf of Houtheaxt n/inrter "INortw..t TflahR.... Merldlnn. hax nletl no 't'. "
Inlp..lor" ThrieyearProof.to
lii) >'f'( th u_._. hnnaA..__.__ nf__ the_u Lord which during the frt ..!- ..an. manufactured, imported Humphrey, T. N. Kendrlck. 89&te <|..rt.r. Section U5 Town etnbllxh" ti>clsilm niAke to the land I

ii c Jeru alem." will remain tn IOf.O u. ? county transported distributed, stored whereof, I hereuntoMUbMcrfbtt ". S2 Kaxt containing above d.'rlb. before "CI"rk l'lr'f f
rule the In tcstlrnoney OPIMT.IC VTIOX 20 acr' M.
an Explaining the for sale, or sold In and Ottilia the :O'I'I.t1 f'OI nt ). cuit Court, at Stork, Florlll. on the :
The or offered my T.\x : : The uaeitMm
proclamation permitted who enroll nlm. .Jt:1 \ r ,
superintendent: sale those kept of Florida shall I al of the .al< to ba h.reun- iintl; r the Maid c t'11..t,tl war, '\I0ri any uf Auguxt, : I
.
to but did not compel any. to September or Into.the state to fixed thle 7th day of Au"l"t. A. .In the name of Claimant naniex ". wltneH'Ia.'I: 'I ,
it of the Babylonian In school prior securely attached to a tag Notice I I. hereby given, thnt D. W. ynleia nal : I'
t one-sixth weeks' have '
.
the two H.1U. WALT holder of Tax CertlfR-ale *> deed! nf
from C. tax H. Xliu-ke.
exempt HAIlOf-D Mour. deemed according law. II Fla :
Illnehard. '
'1.-< returned. Ojia writer says, 2 are reach the school ten on which shall be plainly and legibly Alayor.ATTEHT X3'i. 4th day of July A. 1). 1:1., hnied |I..u" thereon .on the 9th da) K.V.. ltnrk. 1 f

"'T ." door opened for all the rule. If they to printed the name or brand of : .aid eerll""te .In my 0" and I wil A. r>. 1929. C. 11. Htrlcklantl, Fin.OlOrUlOE .
was will have 1.\t"mh"r.
to 1.-l
they tax A C- CROMCommlXHlouur
after4 that mud 6th day of Auguiit
C. A. IPII"'I.n
native ner commercial : or FtT'U .' 1 law.8ald >'
with
to return to their before entering the fertlzer 'ert.tzer City H-16-U-9-8 mie 'h.I..n e. D. 1929 of K Kliter.' r I 'I'
to wait two weeks and name embntieH. tlie f.Uow. O.V.. % :
refused materials ( T-19-St-8-18.I
them : r
:cl but most of In i Nut; CourtIlrailfurd I
ing property uat.,1 rt. of '
c".rlb.d I (
or .ti
Ink advantage of their opportun- i their classel. applied last year of the manufacturer O'I'I'I19T COlnIY. "Florida to.wl: Heal County FI.rlda.S.DIU98 ;. .
t-r.ulord
lr entered that |I The same rule or printed upon the sack or 2 I of I. ,In |I 'o'rU'1 OP 1"I'A I. nUl'KGK
Only those who state for jobber
the 7,
left 12th, Bectlon 19 Tuwnnhlp -
who City Council I met Auirut Hampton .
0n door hav a place In the sublucnt I to teacher holidays. They other container In which ,nald fertilizer to revive tti r *HrlMtri.tion book; .u"t h Hnnge, 22 Ijaxt. i O'rU'f1 Sixty day* h vof on
atle.
', history of God's people; the Christmas confronted with or fertilizer material: may be of the City of Htarke, 110111.. and aMHenxmont vuld oertlflcate of xaltl Inxueil pronertvunder wan r.-wl: the clay dat' September.

.or.Coten. found themselves statement giving In detail the following name* .trhk.n the I. Court of the Twen will lo thn Honorable
t th were packed a of John Mulladv.L'nlexK I preaenl
and .
that the name Ir.ul
others perished for the In
bnoke
ruling from the .lat..I. ofItradford
health rea.on Judge
of be of Florida. neo. A. tlardlner county
board food xalrl rertlflcate h II redeemed ty-Sixth
the of plant (Ir.ul
eHlon on .
In
opened the percentage The Council will he voucheri
,
To leave doors resumetheir classes according to law, tax deed In and for County in county Florida my -
A. I> toh..r
they could toot Ingredient entering the SUt of AuKUKt, Inl. Kntl final account a* Admin*
cowrdly. and every oft"Y.'I'd"iI "
too In each therion on the 9th day Chancery.
which: too lazy returning If and re- will
,we are after any. I..u.
weeks c.mplalntM. Title' rrator of the of Henrlett*
for two forming a part of thecomposition have been A, It. 149. Volt tt> (inlet .tat.
and
self- that
much fraid of counties into tore any name may Itrown axk for their .
too state, although many xtrlcken.Alvarex. 5th day of Auguat, A. 1 B. Alexander Complaluant.W de".d. ald
the erroneously
and to tbe of tbe contents ot approval And my duthurge a* auclt
dellaI. to enter. Is the tragedy declined to Invoke Errnl, removed.AKln *
: including Leon whether ls organic or Win.V. removed. O W. ALDERMAN. John ('. Richard, et al*, administrator.Thla .
tll crime of many a life. this Such a ruling package I J. .. removed.Rutler (Seal <-lerk of Circuit Court Defendant*. 19th day of July. A. n. 192 .
provision. ammonia Butler
But remained at the influenza Inorganic nitrogen- removed. Bradford County, Florl OTICE J. C. TKRRBLl,.
who lessen i Margaret Ann !
many to < .. .
Babylon "strengthened their hands was epidemic designed it waa explained., and the kind or class of potash to Carletun. K. S.. removed. i-t.5t.:-. To John C lilt:hard tndl'llu"IITane.t U-9t--1 .dluu1.tat.


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.: KUHIT: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGHAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA 'lnU.'Gl'S1'
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Bradford County Telegraph liiiiI1fi I ''
gain relief'! from loses, the small Tuesday evening, Ann 1 I'I
I r FROM OTHER The three circles of the Baptist
1 ? ?it Established 1877 I : PENSII counties have lost heavily.-Starke W. M. S. held an all day meetingat o'clock, officers and nn Iuln/<. 1'' ..

.. ., Telegraph This! decrepit) old editor Lake cottage of ent. Miss Edna; Lev
the
-- Klngsley
'- IUIIIII I! ill' 4lill i ll'llinlVIII'lllll'IIAI' i :. II'IINIIiIIIIII'IU i' ,, i dIIIInIiPI ti,'iiiiuini, IU i in ItIIIIIIIII4I'I''' hIII",i I4'' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIXI111111111Indlaua '' ', .. \
--- has the fore- Junior
tried to
3 Class impress !Mrs\ J. M Di'c)vnlee Tuesday from Circle! \\ ," I, ,
;, Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second farmer shot his wife because -'and not the state of Flordla. going fal'on\ his readers' minds The tame: was spent mostly In Impressive ceremouv', I

V' ? Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, Florida he couldn't steep He should South Jacksonville Journal.0 ever since the legislature: began; sewing for the loan chest which given a hearty weiion. it
')
frying to use the gasoline tax for ,
have smashed the radlo.-Tlmes- --- -- the circles ate filling circle. The hall '
I E. S. Matthews____ ____________ _____Owner and Publisher Union. other things than building roads. A pot-luck lunch was served at decorated, with was I II';'
The
"jardstlck" of naval 1:mitatloiis They paid no attention to hit and milii.--: ",

? f ../. C. Robinson_______________________ Managing Editor I loud-spenker that drives 'em crazy. will mean that Um'.; e Sam now the ground has flew up and one o'Uoek. 'There were twenty- vine "
i I will! Junk few five members and several visitors After the meeting, i I., .
.. . -- -- I --0_ a more expensive hit them In thd face.-Palm Beach c I., 11
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--I II battleships not alone in the interest Independent. present. The devotional was In home-made rake wan ", ,

;{ SUBSCRIPTION RATE I Starke Telegraph says Kaigsley: of world peace but to benefit charge of Circle No. 1, !Mrs J.: M. SOY. Kimball, Thomas! ..111.1.t i111'Ii.lTllblZ I I rI:
Lake Is called) Dollar Lake by aviators the steel magnates who might be -----0- Brownlee leader. It was a .splendid
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance because It Is. so round and persuaded, accept contracts to meeting and much enjoyed by
MORE: WIJI)) :.Mii: FLY
't Advertising Rates on Application. silvery. And a dolar will buy all build now ones a yard shorter.- all piesent.ois : ii'OH:: i
Starke Telegraph. Huddle, have I .
.--. --- .. the fried chicken one can eat at been !; we Mr Bronke of St'arke, has re- .
l//} one place the writer knows oultheie. reading that political yawp ceived letter from <; : TO ST. AITJI-STIM! : : -
Bradford must have an exhibit at the Tampa fair' in 1930. about building battleships for the a an acquaintance ) I
q Times-Union. benefit ot In Chicago, telling of the \ Weekending Aug 1 I 1
steel magnates for the
W. H. Hart, who has been In I
-- Date Max.
i 0---- last tw stories being carried In the Chicago Mill I
and
Four new counties have gone on to ntY-five years, we want papers, evdently! for the pur- charge of the local branch of Hit Aug. 6 93 7 UI

The rain falls on the the just and unjust but seldom on the tick free list. Baker, Columbia, isticians tell you,instead that if of you consult stat- pose of keeping tourists out of Hart Furniture Store, has gone to Aug 7 95 7 .

''' the unwashed car. Suwannee and ,Union are now on will /find tftat if the steel politicians you Florida this winter In one of the St':; Augustine to take charge of Aug. 8 93 ,
I the accredited e'.fle: of the ledger. had bern magnates articles it tells of people dyingby the company's store. Mr Hairell! Aug. 9 96 71 I
ik'0' ---- 1,, One by one the counties are dropping building compelled of to depend class for on the hundred*"In this state from of St. Augustine, has come tc Aug. 10 93
warships
,t; x Follies of 1929!) !)-a fat man en the main, street clad in a into line and soon all North the Un:ted States, there any wouldn't.be the bite of the fly and that not a Starke to manage this store. Aug. 11 96
Central and Went! Florida will be single fruit! tree has been left Aug. 12. 90Aug
w suit of old any steel l magnates/ nor steelworks
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kF r1Y pajamas. covered.-Perry Independent ,, At least 95 per cent of standing by .the forces fighting tho r \\\'oomn) : mtcij: MKKTH: : J3 93. 71 i
"-O -0- pest. Aug. 14Total 7 :
I tho product'of our steel works is
'' Starke Telegraph refers to a for Conditions caused by the Med- Starke Oro>e No, 278, Woodmen rainfall _
The sun-Lack frocks cannot be blamed for the appearance industrial purposes, and warships -
piney woods .
Florida hog
as an ar
fly Invasion of this state have beenso
.. and
: the wearer gives it. mor-plated, tin eating misfit. Tin cannon are only a side grossly overdrawn by some: of , t .'
line.-I'-alm Beach Independent.The .
p i'' ,; -o- > 'E) tlngVouder! !lt( some lazor- =' the writers that no person of
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4 : If Bradford farmers would take up tobacco growing, they tin buck IIzzle-TlmeB-Unlpn.-chewed up Editor Robinson's Worse menting Florida on the press singularity has been of com-four the average article intelligence nnd this will is the bel'eve! redeeming j Demonstration day Saturday

**' $ .. would have another cash crop coming in now. The Itchy brute made a sieve oC perfect hands being dealt la a feature No mention apparently .
.
the six-ply tires scratching his has been made of the
-0.- game of bridge; at West Palm
sp ne. comparatively small\) area of the I DEMONSTRATION to Eat Bread
Beach The writer will refuseto and
;' Overdoing a thing always creates a suspicion, like the ,
-- become state under quarantine resulting
excited
four perfect bridge hands dealt at West Palm Beach. The Bradford County Telegraph incident ul l1'he knows over who was the from the fly being found or that i Butter

ptir o-- says the Times-Union carried an dealing and how much) tho lonerspaid the federal officials engaged In
Interesting: (; editorial in a recent Issue -, out the have Ibs. Good f for
stamping pest announced 18 rice $1.09
Everyone hopes the sleeping sickness attacking the on "Uailroad Interests In Ag- Ft. ''Worth to see the Texas--"Out four perfects where In that It Is now under absolute J - -

Washington telephone official will not spread to the operators. riculture." And the Times-Union control.
the West begns"-tbls: paRAd- '
could array an Interesting editorial Reports of deaths in this state, for
C-- rapher four 17 $1.00
railroad saw aces four k'ngs pounds Sugar - -
on interests In legisla- said
to be caused by the fly biting
and a straight dealt in hand
4 The fruit fly nimrod who found the Med-fly will have a tion but don't look for 1t.-South one human beings, are always to be

harder time finding the fellow with the thousand dollars 1'3-1 Jacksonville_Journal. of prepared poker. -for-The- any dealer emergency also was by founds in letters to newspapers i CIdckory and Coffee lb. 27c
'
ro-- can -
? Il ward. ,, having the Joker up( his sleeve, A Prom Indlv'duals: ; the' Associated
Tavaies man was sitting on a Press and other news gathering
o .hotel :porch in a rocking chair reasonable admission was chargedfor agencies having been unable to '
the privilege of looking at the I Ground Coffee Ib
Pure
; Another mystery' remaining unsolved is why the egg-lay- when a pocketbook containing $2,- four aces That's when the writ- find a single death credited to the cans 4Sc

ing contest at Chipley was put under the state board of edu- 000 slipped) out of his pocket. Hedidn't er de":ded to come to Florida, fly In this state. Supporters of A Satisfaction
'l!
t cation. miss It until the next mOl'lllug -- where overcoats hats, watches and this organized propaganda against j ( new one) or your money ba<'k
when It was handed to him It
Florida do not give their readers
gold filling. for teeth are consid-
.... 0 some newspaper men had $2,000they'd ered non-essentlaU. Dade City credit for knowing that the Associated 24lb.BagFourfor--------9Sc I'

Just in passing it can be said that the Gainesville Sun's sew it to their undershirts Banner.' Press would Just as quickly :
Times-Union.. How many news- deaths in Florida from
report :
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editorial page will not suffer a relapse in the capable hands paper men know what is ah undershirt 0-- Med-fly stings as they do about !
t'' Recent ruling of the attorney BACON buts pound -1 15c
; of Harry L..Brown. ? generaltllat''>a man's personal the plague in 'Europe. The fruit per ,
i O- fly is no more dangerous to a hu-
,
0 We like the Ocala Star and the property may be sold to satisfy man being than the common house
Passing the office the other day, one darkey called to an- Tallahassee State News both so taxes on real estate appears to bea fly. Butter Clearbrook' 1 lb. - 49c '
confession
that
t some real estate ,
other: "Whar you gwine, Sam?" and the other replied, "Nol' much that we wish they would find .
Is be'ng: taxed so high that
if where ; I'm jest in slow hurry !1" some Falm Beach subject Independent to agree!;"' upon They'll,- It Is not worth paying taxes on, CITY TAXKS: 1'AIIl fP Regular bars "Wilson's"\ -' Ib 35c ;
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J' t 0 both agree that the taxpayers are says the Bradford County Telegraph ,

'I Y t There must be state-wide still getting It :n the neck, regardless 'If thin! ruling, is enforced A recent Issue of the Lake City:
to :
a campaign eliminate crows, continues the Telegraph it will Cazette carried compilation
.of campaign promises a by Breakfast Strips and Sliced
I judging from the number of editorials appearing under the Starke Telegraph. But we disagree mean that real estate cannot even the city clerk of towns with the { a ,

,same heading "Crows are.Useful." an to why Tallahassee be given to the state for its taxes amount of taxes collected by the
News. as long as the owner has personal towns. This list was made up according i Cream Cheese
,
o property which: can be levied upon to the Cazette by Mr etc, i iI

V One fellow sporting'a black eye Tuesday said he was hit "Wo are told that Edison, Boon Most of our taxation evils are the Mansfield by means of reports In I ,

by a meteor while watching the shooting star display, A valid after Inventing the electric light, result of the( Inability of our leg- local and dally newspaper Upon School Supplies, School Dress Materials, Days'Overalls I

excuse but not went before the Fort Myers coun- islatures to Intelligently grapple referr'ng: this list to City Clerk : Straw Hats Oil Cloth Threads
\ one always available Io with the ,
pioblem. While taxation
Futch and how
cl:I with a proposition to light the asking Starke
main street) without cost simply. Is the paramount' functon! of gov- stood at the time In the matter of : Shoes and HardwareANDREWS'

4, t Florida Republicans are getting ready for a real plunge as an experiment to prove the ernment !it t is the least understoodof collections, an examination of his
of his all the questions\ presented to books showed that the (ax collec-
practicability new light. After -
,1 in state politics. The Democrats are badly in need of a stimu- I
considering the proposit'on! the our legislative bodies for solution. tions showed slightly better than STORE"AUGUST

4 lant and opposition will put them on their toes. council rejected the offer on the There Is no denying the fact that 96 percent, or 17 per cent higher

1'r o ground that the bright lights may real estate Is carrying an unjust than any of the towns !listed In the f ft."X'mM! ____
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proporton! of taxation This Is
especially -
T disturb the slumber of the cattle report. .
California has n member on the Hoover farm board and and hogs.-Fort Myers Press true in Florida. There

a the general counsej of the board is from California. Florida, --o- I I seems to be no doubt but that

t, competitor of California, has-well, make a guess.o We're funny people College professor realty mendous must burden be relieved before of real Its prosperity tre--

!Ott! In Ohio signs confession of returns to the state-South ____.n_'
murder and then pleads "Not
Hiitfij After a Tampa chain store refused to accept his check, a guilty." Clermont Press Merely Jacksonville Journal. '

; V Plant City man decided to hereafter do his trading at home. 'tlie :preliminary round for a, first Now that-' politics O-has been InJected -'
class New
insanity fight Port
It forcibly reminded him that i if everyone in Plant City traded i Rldiey Press! It can-be taken for into the road department

in Tampa there wouldn't be a home bank to check on. granted In this day and time thata and Birmingham over Florida slag materials given preference we-

d d'' ->--- man Is'Insane when he confesses may expect less prosperity at ,Wil-
guilt. Starke Telegraph.. The llston and elsewhere in the state.
Tallahassee Democrat observes that the
Republican sheriff
very same incident Is a whole lot Tallahassee State News The
'a ; Y of Pinella county is the first Florida sheriff to observe the closer home to Clermont than State News does love Its Joke but

new law''requiring' them to make a semi-annual statement of Columbus, Ohio, since we first it forgets that everybody in Florida I
who travels by car-and
t'lf everybody -
; wrote that paragraph.
receipts and disbursement, the first statement. being due June Press. -CJermout does ,;.... knows that the
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non-Dollttral road department
;1f
30th.
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which last
went out of office January -
One of the most constructive
o leaving Its predecessor a
moves undertaken since Doyle washbasket full of overdue bills to
V ,, At one place on road 48 between Penney Farm and Green Carlton became governor Is the pay, scattered. rmlngham: slag

4. Cove Springs almost half of the base and shoulders were movement undertaken Jointly be- from one end of the state to the

washed last week.. This tween the governor; the commls- other and turned a deaf ear to the '
away dangerous spot was not even s'oner of agriculture and the state pleas of the Willlston and 13rooks- ;
i9 marked with a light of sort the vllle rock crushing plants. Sim-
'c any only "protection" being apiece marketing!; commissioner to put a

; of timber set up saw-horse style stop to the Importation of $125- ply specified because slag the for a new stretch department of road :
000,000 worth of food products .
--o-: In Bradford county at the express !
into the state which could and
request of the senator and leading
1 The direful results, prophesized by the league against ought to be produced in the state citizen! of that county is no argument [ I -.

prohibition, from strict prohibition enforcement will never If practical marketing conditions against the announced policyof .
materialize. were made to absorb them. Results the'department to give Florida
It is the present half-hearted attempt to en- materials preference. Right on top
are expected. The ,trio is known '
'; Hi, force the statute that breeds such utter contempt for the law fo'r' getting things done.-Tallaliasse -. of letting that Bradford county 1929
and those with Democrat contract the department specified ,
charged its enforcement.
Florida "chat" for surfacing nine
{ 0 -o- miles of Road No. 19 in Marlon
Palm Deach Independent and
county but we never sow that information -
Tallahassee Democrat says if tax collectors and assessors Starke Telegraph editorial pages!( given, out through the

+ will abide by the many rulings on tax collections the state will .resemble each other a great deal- columns of the State News. Own- i and all is well" sounds the cry as the sturdy S. S.
largely in excellence and quantityof era of the rock plants! seem to be
Boon have plenty of money. The Democrat must remember material use,,d. Probably seventy better satisfied with their prospects Business ploughs through the Sea of Finance. Far-

,'1 that there Is another power mightier( than rulings to which years from now J, C. Robinson for the future than they were
official strict attention will be known as the Uncle two .years ago, and they're the sighted lookouts report fair weather ahead. Witha
: every pays -votes. boys who ought to know on which-

w ----o- Clermont Den of Press.Florida Robinson)ournallllm.is _no side Ocala their'Star.bread is battered firm hand on the helm stands Banking, keepingthe

The state is hoping Joe Earman will reconsider his chicken, Don. Seventy years from
4 press ------ ship on her course, avoiding the Shoals of
(, Intention of suspending the. Palm Beach Independent August now, he and you and us will all be It is beginning to dawn upon
twanging our harps! In the New legislators from the small counties! Stupid Speculation forging ahead forward
-on1 -
23rd. ?Earman and ,
Benjamin make, up a combination not to Jerusalem.-Palm Beach Indepen.. that perhaps they were "used" to

,;'; be found on any other publication in the country, and if busi- dent No thanks to you. Uncle work for the benefit of the larger ': ward "

Ben for so rudely murdering the counties of the state and against
conditions
force
ness must suspension, may it be a short one.0 .
FresV compliment, but !it is offset their own Interests in the new tax:
; --- by the assurance that 70 years laws passed at last session. It the

:q Alachua and Clay counties should join in building the from now we'll have a harp. laws, stood court tests the larger ..;1 J CONSULT-In formulating. your plans remember. that two heads

tfW entire stretch of road from Waldo to Keystone Heights. as 4 Governor-Carlton O--told-' -- Bradford.. counties it the division were was well declared provided unconstitutional for:- are better than one. And for the other head who' is wiser than

it is an important link of road to both towns'and counties and
county representatives that his tax:I they stood to gain that
of banker
trained
""c: until the hard-surfaced road from Hampton east to state road laws would give their county J73- more. Although the ruling will be your by ,years of experience to render

IIf ;' : 28, a short distance north of Keystone, is completed it will be 968 annually. But Bradford has' a hard blow to the small)) counties. sound business judgment? '
found out that what It actually'' It cannot be denied that it Is a Just
r>"M in great demand. will get from the state for schoolsIs ruling. As long as the one cent divided I

only $16,191 And next year equally among the counties .

l t The'' DeSoto delinquent! tax adjustment board under the governor's tax: "relief" was used solely for road purposes
program and his five and onq-quar- there was a common cause for the .
p; solves the high tax question with a vengeance. The board ter mlllaga Increase Bradford will large counties to help In building BANK OF STARKE

has ordered the tax collector to accept as full payment of all pay the state an additional $13.- connecting link* through small))

taxes due for 1928 upon payment of just one-half the original 584 and receive in return $6,144 I counties but when the last legislature \ AN HONOR ROLL BANKE.
Other counties find much the santa attempted to make Dade
amount assessed, and all persons who paid in full will get a refund results. What Carlton failed to county, for Instance help run the S. MATTHEWS, 'president R. J. DAVIS CashierrMn.

of one-half. Now cut the expenses one-half and everyone tell the counties was!_ that his pro- schools and, pay the bonded In- ,

will be happy.. gram was for the "relief" the debtedness of Bradford, in addi-
,r Brown and Crummer bond house tion to assisting! on our roads, It .w

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