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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Established 1877 Subscription-For YearI.50; Six Months, 75c-PayabJe In Advance E. S. Matthews. Owner and Publisher 1 r: >
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Additional Occupations BUSINESS MENCLUB TWO HELD FOR Road 13 To Be BASE OF 28 I New Law Raises '


And Professions Taxed FORMEDThe CATTLE THEFT S Built Next Year IS COMPLETED Weight Limits 11"\ ''W

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,/ I -and Basil Robinson As Far As Ellzey Auto Trucks ; j Ii f : :
local Exchange Club was Morris Prlngle Lust of the rock base on state fi,
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1'1111:1: ,, 11)21): additional hand $2.50. of Duval county are being!: .j '
ciw. 1.IiV <<1y disbanded on recommendation of road 28 between; Starko and the ----- I i ( ;
l'I'CI'<<'H..loll8 II flit Iliisl.liens Ilrokers In Mortgages, loans or the committee-two weeks ago; to !go held the ounty: jail in default of I Bronson Aug. 15-..Rond! 13 will Union county line was laid last Maximum: (If IH.OOO Pound ('('r.. '01'il I '

11I1.t' HHlierlo! 1'\I'm1'1:: negotiable. papers--$25 each per) I Into the matter and in its place the $1,000 bond for action! of the be built from Bronson to Ellzey Saturday by the Duval KngineerIIIK trill left I'ndor. Am<>niltn, <>nt. : son. i Business Men Club was formed at Brand jury, tall term of circuit oarly in 1930 Is the word the I Company I and they have been I.UM..I 4'.1..111111"0 'I \: 1''

IJroom or brush manufacturers Monday's luncheon. While the court charged with cattle stealing. "Oil ill y commissioners: bring buck engaged ths! week In putting on 41 1 "I' ,

i luipicr 14491 Laws of Florida. --$1 1 0.00. name of the organization has not Cage Crews, another Dnvnl county from Tallahassee! where with the finishing touches and repair- Truck operators now can carry ,' I'I

,1'1'j' provides for the payment of1.t.lIfl Business colleges-$10.00. been defln'tely decided upon it resident was Implicated by Prlu- County Clerk Driimmond\ and Ing damage clone by tho recent I maximum toads of 18.000 pounds ,, :",
will be purely local luncheon !tIe and Robinson bat he has not t County Attorney Wtllln they met ".
license and privilege taxes Broadcasting stations -- Operating a heavy ruins. over paved highways of the state t,
and county and. where for profit by persons, firms club without ,any connection to been apprehended by DUMI county with the State Road Department :Material has arrived for con- I instead' of 1(1.( 000 pounds as heretofore tT..

,to, 11qtate| or corporations $10. outside or national organizations, ofllcers. Tuesday.The Rtiuctlng the concrete curb and as the result of an amendment \,
10". .iud wilhln Incorporated towns, Canvas goods manufacturers and will) continue carrying ou of The specific charge laid againstthe board were In hopes the gutters on Madison. Water. Call to the state motor vehicle 1 j ,

tI, municipalities, the county and From canvas or goods made from all work tor the betterment of trio Is the killing and butcherIng date road department would l take Orange and TIny streets and the laws passed by the last! legislature '

('m tax not to exceed fifty percent like or similar material, $10. Starke and Bradford county. of three head of cattle lat the $20,000 cash and $30.000 In Duval Company will start the paving The regulation covers the i ..

Of tin- state tax. This law covers Canvassers Soliciting ordersor The local club has accomplished week belonging to John B. Grime bonds whkh they were able to offer I through tho town an soon as I weight of the truck and load. Tile "

mon> professions and businesses selling turnlture, household much good in the community ot the Wateroak section. The meat as part of the cost of building this work Is complete. They held i law reads: "Motor vehicles of a '

thai have not been subject to pay- /Roods or other merchandise at retail through efforts put forth In the was trucked to Jacksonville and this part of the road. and start the contract for widening: ot Madison loaded weight of not exceeding I
of a tax before. and Instruc-, Intention ot sold, and through efforts of officers Immediately! : on construction of :
and has
tneni for non-resident dealers, $200. past no and Water streets, paving to 18,000 pounds may be operated on
t.onn; 10 county tax officials provide'' Does not apply to Interstate commerce abandoning anything for the goodof of Bradford and l Duval counties that part from Bronson to Kllzey. 29 feet and at the recent letting, the public highways of this state. 'I I
shall be paid on or before the sale was traced to Pringle However, the State Board declared .:
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that transactions not subject to the county and town. The only of contract for paving: on the three 1 (Loaded weight meaning plus the ; 'j
the; 1st day of October of each tax. change will be the elimination of and Robinson. It Is said the men that as budgets were already remaining streets" they were low i weight of the load.") -

veer Among these are listed the national and state dues'heretof ore drove/ up to the cattle grazing In made up for this year and no state 1 bidders and were awarded the con- Other salient points of the new I .. :, '
following with amounts due for Carbonated beverages, whole- paid by tho membership and whichproved the woods, shot and prepared the money was available It would be tract. : law enacted by the past leglblature ,i'' .'

state license on'yAdvertising : sale dealers-Other than bottlers to be of no benefit to the market Without any effort toward useless to start work until such are set forth as follows: S I '
agencies One operating plants In this state who orga n'aztlon concealing the crime. time as (the state could< come In SltOi4TN "A truck or tractor together i

coniiiv' !license, $10: 10 counties or are otherwise licensed near beer New officers elected at the .- with sufficient! funds to completetho : MAN Ill'YSHAMPTON SIIORKSIlnmpton with semi' or two-wheel trailer attached Ij' I'

less $7.; more than 1$ counties, ginger ale, carbonated waters or meeting Monday to serve for the AS-:;l'\I. PH'Xlr 111:1.1)n.Ml'roN: road this far. t thereto, when such truck ,
other beverages! carbonated or that If Levycoiluty '
$jiin remainder of this year are as follows AT : IlKAril The board' promised Shores built or tractor of Itself ('urrlelno load ,
llench ,
-oplanes, 01' lIeo pIa neB Op- otherwise $25. : would! furnish" the $60,000 luit In used as a tractive power, : ,

.',.,,it, UK for hire or profit shall)) pay CanK! dealers In-Each dealerIn President 'Senator E. M. Johns. Gainesville, Aug. 17. The an-I which was according to original about two years ago Is and occupied Hliull.) it 1 10 considered as a mot r ,''t ,

i |H', .use tax of $50 ; provided thati playing) cards or dice, 500. Vice-President, Mr. A. J. Thomas. ual Farmers' Week picnic was held agreement, they would try and find for a fewmonirs.stile, now truck, nnd shall ho subject to all '
tile for rental or aVRII-\\
i i I' Ii ,county-shall I collect. $25 for I Cord\ writing/ Cutting or engraving Wednesday:( afternoon and night at jntllflent funds with which to complete Gordon of BoHton MOR8" limitations applied) to motor trucks .i I

.I'.nil landing or receiving station when not In connection Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. A. J. Hampton Beach and was attendedby road 13. the and Is after arehablo both by law .and rule and regulation (
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quired property
I I1. with a regular licensed business, all 'sections commission. No motor ,'
inn iiMined.u Grtffls.HKAVV. nearly. 900' visitors from : party no that It will be II of the A' ''I
\ nts. Itinerant-Selling tot $25.00. I of Florida. Judg'nK by the 1"I.OnIU.SIIU'S) OVKIlIOO occupied. Three bungalows are truck shall exceed 30 feet lu length ,

,,in ,inner either by sample or d'n '-I Cash registers talking machines RA1XSTAUM IMPIIDIIS: : : enthusiasm shown, It proved to be (>,00<> ('.\EtA) \IS OKIMtOntTK on tho property one ot them well over all." ;r t /t

t front persons, firms and cor- phonographs, dictaphones vlctrolas TK.\l'Tl6 NORTH THIS 'ITY one of the most popular featuresof : IX HH.VSO.N: furnished and I 180 acres of ground "Auto transportation com pan IPSpliall .. '

ivmittoiiH who do not puy a license I or slm'lar machines or devicesIn the week. with the U-ane. Mr. Gordon )) confine) thcinHclves to the I use : lr ,#1

tax in this state $50 for each -, counties of 75,000 or'more During the afternoon and evening A total of 114,136 'carloads of a goes Ilontnu realtor. Is well pit-used of ono trailer, not exceeding 16 i.. I

county% This does not apply where! population $35 : and 35 and less Gainesville, Aug. 17.-Gainesville visitors 'were guests of the fruits and vegetables were shipped with the property which lie iico.ulr feet In length; on each, motor truck. l

the article purchased' Is shipped than 75.000 thousand population, : motorists' returning!' to the Arvlcultural Extension ]Division, out of Florida during the past ed without even Hoeing It, and Is "Each trailer, or other vehicle' I't '

direct to the consumer or delivered $25; 15 and less than 25 thous- city last night on the JacksoitvllleCalnesvlllo which' puts on Farmers' Week each shlpp'ng season, according to the anxious to have It occupied! rather I used as a trailer shall be attached "' '

in the orlg'nal package.Apartment and population, $20; less than 16-. highway ran Into a'' )ear. Swimming!:, followed! by a annual report ot L. M. Rlmdes than to got big money for the rental to the vehicle by which it \ -

houses Turnlshfd 000 population, $15.00. Branch veritable cloudburst between Law- free picnic lunch was enjoyed by commissioner, Florida State )Marketing \ just as long as the party Is a'' la drawn by stay! chains In addl'f';' ''f

two rooms or more, 50 cents stores subject to same license. tey and Starke which so 1mpared the visitors. Bureau just released. The responsible one. Mr. Gordon I In lit))) to a coupler. ) I..
for each room and 25 cents for Cemeteries Operattd by person the progress of the cars that no After the lunch (the visitors figures, by Items Including boat registered at the I Hampton Hotel "No motor vehicle shall bo operated I: ;,

"arh, bathroom. Not applied to firms or associations for prof- speedometer registered over 20 gathered In the IlIlVllloland danced and express shipments are: at IJampton Flo. -- GaluoaYllle\ on the pulil.c: highways of ,, .
,moms rented out by the owner It. Towns ot 50 thousand population miles during the entre: stretch. from 7:30 to 10:30.: Carloads News. the elate with the muffler cut-out ,, .I : ,

who also occupies the building as $50; less than 50 thousand Tho entrance Into Starke resembled No classes were held at the Oranges 35,596 open. ,' : :

hi* residence, nor to apartment population, $25. Venice rather than a typical university during: the afternoon, Grapefruit: -;23,479! "No motor vehicle having; a ton- ;}2Lneau i
'mimes! of less than three rooms. Cgar: factories;! -Over 100 em- Florida town and gondolas would the visitors leaving the University Tangerine 2.498 (IT: SCHOOL uoous HAIILVPatron or body exceeding 84 Inches J l :;

Aquarium-Operated for profit,, ployees, $50; 75 and less than 100 have been vastly more suitable campus about 2 o'clock for Hamp- Watermelons -10,330 In width shall be operated( over i': ", .
$10 employees $40; 65 and less than than .modern.. high powered car. tlon. The classes by.sectlona were Celery 8.844 of Ilradford High are public highways, width of which, I' 1,1 ,
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Automobiles! body builders, 75. $30; 50 and less than 65. $20; An electrical storm which' play- resumed Thursday morning.Ol'ID.V Tomatoes 8,025 warned that It w'll'! be more difficult !- Are! 16 feet or less. '

pa'nters, top manufacturers 01 25 and less than 50, 1$; 25 or ed havoc with the nerves of the 'S.-,. Potatoes _"__:.-:.--,_-'?? 1,062 than heretofore. to obtain the "On roads of more than 16 feet ;

repairers radiator manufacturers less employees, $5.00. I feminine passengers' was experi- mUl: s nenns _:.::_:r_ 4.109 required texts for high school! load of frolslit vehicles shall ''i 11
or repairers-CitIes of 100,000 01 Coffin manufacturers-$50.00. enced between Baldwin and Law- Cabbage) _- 3,060 grades. The reason for this Is the not exceed 02 Inches In width, ex- tili"tho i: '

more population $20 ; 50,000 and Cotton buyers $10 for each I tey and by the time the' latter the three Mixed Vegetables _'_ 2,328 present state adoption for thesegrades cept upon permission from the 'f \ ,

less than 100,000, $15; 25.000and active buyer. I IHnnerYS.OO town was reached the ditches Little Oulda Green, of Mr. and CukcB _.,_-- 2,206 expires' with the 1929-30 commission( in specific cases." ::.. : '
each. ; of the road were months old daughter tE'rm.'e are advised by the depository .5
side
less than $50,000, $10: 10,000IInd ( along the Strawberries 1 2,095 ; I
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less than $25,000. $5 ; less Cross tlo brokers and dealers- : offering clever in fact too realistic Mrs Lorenzo I). Green passed Peppers -_ 1,965 that they are forced to 1IL'ItT'lIH'i : 'l' 1 : .{ :

than 10,000 $3.. This tax does: $10.00. imitations of a canal or mountain away Friday, August 16th at the/ Lettuce _- 1,402 scale nil) orders to the limitV
not apply to garages who are operating Dancing academies-In cities stream. home of her parents after a short Romaine ___-- 348 have orders In for estimated requirements Ji F. llouser has been In nIver,1',,1 ,1\,

under regular license. end towns of 50 thousand or more Illness., Corn 283 but are getting only avery nl each sale 25 and lens than 50 thousand Funeral services were held Saturday small percentage of Rome suffering from broken
Bankrupt sale: $250 for $100 : FHO\: ( QM> HUHSmillKKIn : Eggplant! 240 Friday a
for each county where sale Is held,. $70; 7 and less than 25 morning; at 10 o'clock at Peas 31 Items. Also wish to advise that arm received when his automobile 'I:

Application for license shall be thousand $40; less than 7,000 renewing her subscription to the residence with Rev. Oeo. Summers Cauliflower __ 28 for the reason above mated, we skidded on the wet 1)ILVamentJear ',1 '

made( before county judge of county population, $20.00. the Telegraph, Mrs. A. O. Dudley of Gainesville! officiating. Sweet Potatoes 23 will not be In position) II) take your Orange Height last Thursday afternoon. II { i

where sale Is to be held which Dredge boats-$25 for each of Baltimore, Md., writes: *Please Mrs. J.1 Andrews, Jr. Bang very Cantaloupes 19 discarded books in exchange. In company with! an official ,

application shall be accompanied dredge. find enclosed check for $1.60 for beautlfuly the hymn, "Safe In the Blueberries _-T_ 18 Please do not expect us to do so. of Gulf Refining Company ; I"1
renovations$!0 for Arms of Jesus;"" Herewith Is a. list of texts and the round of ".. ,
making
by affidavit stating all facts, relating Feather year's subscription to your paper.It Grapes ., 17 they were
all reasons for and character each county. Is with pleasure we receive and Interment took place In the family Pineapples 5 It might be well for those of you I stations when the car became unmanageable :, 1 r:
and repair shops-- co'mes plot In Crosby Lake cemetery who can to obtain your needs. as and turned over on Its I 1 <. ;' I.
of such sale Including names Fire arm read it. The paper regularly Squash -,__ 1 '
other license Is with Mortician DeWItt C. Jones In soon us possible. Please do not Hide catching Mr. Houser's left I I
of persons from whom the goods $5,0 O. where no and we have. not missed one Carrots 1 I
merchandise or personal propertywas paid. copy In years." charge. Many lovely floral offerings C ask to have books charged: arm between the frame of the car ', ; I

obtained, the date of deliveryto I Fruit peddlers-Peddling fruitor The Index carrying Mrs. covered the grave where the ('IT\' CAMMUATKH: :! Ql".U.II"\ 7th grade-Fryes Higher Geography and the pavement nnd breaking "
person applying for license, and vegetables from wagons automobiles Dudley's) subscription record shows little one sleeps. Resides her $1.62 Our Knvlronnient: both bones near the wrist The In'f' :;" ,

the place from which said goods,, I carts or trucks. In cities site has been receiving the Tele- parents those surviving are one The following candidates for .Book 1. $1.20, B hhigs Jr., English jured member was. Bet and Mr. "'il" :!"
merchandise or personal( propertywas ot 50 thousand or more popula graph without a break since March\ sister, Elise and two brothers, Ed- offices quall Wednesday book 1, 90c, Harts, Jr.. Mathematics House will leave the hospital In '\\.i '

last taken or bought, and all tion. $35; 25 and less than 50 1, 1913. or over 16 years, the limit win and Inman. city night for the election to be held 80c, Ward's Speller, 60c, a few days although he will be .'

details necessary to exactly locate thousand $25; 10 and less than of entries on each cant Tuesday September 10th, In each History of People. U. S., $1.16 dperlved of the use of his arm for 1
and fully Identify Bald goods. This 25 thousand $20; 5 and less than Two other old-timers renewing HTHKKT.H:! EJ: :ATTENTION1: Instance) the only candidates being Copy nook No.7, 9c, Dictionary some time. r Ii''

pro'edure'and tax is assessed on 10 thousand $10; less than 5.000 their subscriptions lately are Mrs. the offices $1.20, Sanitation, 60c. .. ,1 ,
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all persons engaged In the busineaa population $5.00. This tax does D. M.\ Cone of Apopka. whose card Very little attention Is In betng the those For now mayor lining, II. C. Wall. 8th grade: Our KnvlronmentHook : TO ATTKMI: ICAIMO IIKAIUXU: f.':.';

of selling goods. wares. merchandise not apply to any person selling Indicates her subscriptions started given t to streets and alleys For councilmen, G.V.. Alderman 2, $1.60 nuhllg's English: ,, '
or other personal property fruit or vegetables; grown by him January 1. 1912, and W. W. Ward outlying sections of Starke by C. V. Hoover. nook 2. 90c, Hurt's Math. nook 2, Congressman It. A. Green stated ,!
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and advertised as bankrupt, Insol I' In this state. of Dublin, Oa., with a starting date street! crews with the result that For tax asaeHsor C. A. Knight. 8Go, Ward's Speller, nook 2, flOe, Monday that he would attend hearings '" 1
and vegetable trading,cars The.Telegrapli some of them are Impassable to of U. S. $1.16. held In Jacksonville on August : r ;
vent. Insurance assignee trustee, Fruit of March, 1913. For city clerk and tax collector History of People '
Connecting streetsto 26, by Judge I':. O. Sykes, a ,
testator, executor administrator, Selling fruit or vegetjIesirom has hundreds of these subscribers, automobiles. C. A. Futch. My' Country, $1.02, Dictionary S
road In the member of the Federal Radio
receiver, auction. syndicate. railroad railroad cars where no permanent with subscription records of 10 to the Sampson Lake For marshal. A. Iv. Alvarez:: $1.20, Copy Hook, No. 8. 9c. ,
Is ot town are rendered Commission.: lie stated that Commissioner ri:
of business
or other wreck, wholesale ot building or place 40 years, and naturally the pallrIs ,' western part 9th grade! : Our Environment: ,, ,,
I each county. unfit for during continued Sykes had advised him 'I ,
manufacturers or closing out sale maintained $5 In proud to be able to retain such use TAX LOSS TO C'Ot'NTV MHHKKI' ( Hook 3 $1.80 C. & G. Latin, $ l.3O, : .
time a held all
that would be ;
shops-Who and at the present hearings on '., I :
or as goods damaged by smoke, 1 Furniture repair .readers on Its list. rains (.. & II. English I $1.33, Well, Algebra
license $5.00.Gift nine-, nito ride Is necessary to get Florida broadcasting stations. ,! ,
fire otherwise. This act pay no other Lit. Life Book \
water I $1.50, 1.1
or Bradford county lout $18,060.68 he '
of the southwesterncity Judge Green stated that
Offering beyond ; I
does not apply to bona fide sales enterprises (a'I1'1.:01'1'! nr.a"\IST.n: to a point In taxes from the amount of property $2.00. Reading Report Ilook 25c.loth ., had l. on a number of occasions i : _
and proponlr limits.
of for benefit ot I any article for sale ] Biology, $1.60,,
general assignees going to the state for taxes grade: mis- ': I
with the radio
with gift or Poor dra'nage! Iji largely responsible conferred com .
'creditors or trustees selling under : to present purchaser to purchase. The Gulf Refining Company'sdistributing for the condition. and even at the sale held the first Monday In I I.. & II. Kimllnh, $1.33 Cicero,, elon regarding better concessions i ito
power of sale in any deed or trust prize as Inducement yard on Thompson streets drainage this month. This does not Include $1.21. World History $200, WehiAigetra the state broadcasting !stattvn! ;
dealer or improved ,
and $25. On every migratory street has had a force of painters on our Lit. & Life Rook 2
or executors $1.50
mortgage or lien, or facilities not sufficient to takeoff property sold to private parties WRUF" located at the University: : '
are
administrators selling: goods of decedents agent In prize photographs at work for several!! days, freshening but represents property that 225. Reading Report Iook'25c. '
kind $100 In each the water as fast an it accumu of Florida, and had urged the com'J
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entire
or to officers selling under prizes of any up the paint on the Temple has been yielding Ilrndford county 11th grade: llurch Economic
Is Both Tenth and mission to send a representative '. .
con- lates.
legal process, or to regularly licensed county In which business plant. Warehouses, storage tanks flooded for a considerable and the state this amount In Life $1.60. n. & P. Problems to Florida. '

auctioneers selling bona ducted. and pump houses received attention were of time following the heavy tax money each year and now reverting $1.68, English Lit. $1.20. Brook's 'It'' ,
fide at public outcry, or bona fide Hay feed and grain thousand dealers/ re or and the yard presents a spick length downpour Frday: night. to the state. Compo Rook 2 1.20 Geometry HKTfRXH: TO HTARKK 'ii." .

merchants In selling or dll'pos'ng tail-In cities of 50 and span appearance. i This loss according to Tax Collector $1.50 Physics $1.54. 12 Centuries.

of their original stocks and license more population, $1525; and than less iucvi/rriiAi Ia YKARHOOKSAVAILAUM !; Knight, Is divided aa fob English Poetry $2.25, Reading Report Oscar Andreu bus. moved hi* ,

having already been paid than 50 thousand. $10; less manent address. .: lows: State, $2,153.52>> ; county, Rook 25c. family back to Starke, after three $
by him prior to bankruptcy pro 25,000 population $5.00. Knitting mills Operated by $12,442.56; Bub-nchools. $2.386- 12th grade: Chemistry $1.47 years spent In Stua, Martin ("Qunt '

teed InKS. Hay, feed and grain dealers, power 2000. Congressman R. A. Green advises 95 ; Bob-school!! bonds, 107755. Hrook'u Comp. hook 2 $1.20 )'. !Mr. Andreu has purchased 4
Battery charging and repair wholesale--$25.00. Does not apply Lime kilns-1 per cent per ton the Telegraph that the 1928 : American Literature $1.20, Steph- halt-Interest In the City BarberShop

nhops-$25 for towns of $50,000or to merchants who already pay on each ton manufactured and agricultural yearbook are now WKATIIKR: : KKPOIIT!: enson'a History $1.80, Stone & and will have charge of the ,

more: 25 to 60 thousand population license as wholesale grocers. shipped. Report to be made to available and he will be glad to -- Willis Arlth. 55c Geometry $1.50, business. I _
cities of
$20;: 7 to 25 thousand pop- Hides and furs-"-Dealers population In comptroller on or before 10th furnish a copy of the book to those Week ending August 21, 1929.Date 3 Centuries American Poetry $2.- ( _

ulation, $15 ; less than 7,000 pop of 50 thousand or more each month. 10.00. of his district advising him of 1\lax. I\lIn. I'reclp. 25, Reading Report Book. 25c. IIIUTIIS

ulation $t0. Not applicable to garages 10000. Macaroni factories-- their desire. The book carries Aug. 13 93 11 .39 J. W. MORGAN.HAXC'K .
Employing
who are ,operating under Industrial Investment companies Machine and repair thopa- valuable information not only for Ault. 14. 81 73 .11 Mr. and Mrs. Peach Crawford, _
business1 of industrial than
regular license. -Carrying on the two and not more farmers but to any one desiring! Information Aug. 115 89 12 : AT HAMPTO.N HKACH: ; Lawtey. girl! Aug. 16.
Investment companies. rive men $15; 5 and not more 11 1.44Aug. Mrs. Melvin Prescott
Beauty parlors-$ 0.00. of our farming Indus Aug. 16 91 Mr. and
Billiard or pool tables-$35 for welfare loan societies. Morn plan than 15. $25; 15 and not more try. Address your request to Congressman 11 92 10 Owners of Hampton Reach, the Lawtey, boy Aug. 19. _
each, table. companies or mortgage companies. than, 35, $35; employing 35 or Green. Aug. 18 92 70 popular resort of little Lake Santa Mr. and Mrs.! Dan Johnson, '

Bond makers--$100 for each $25.00. more men $50. Aug. 19 93 10 Fe have completed arrangement HAmpton, girl Aug. 19.
Maintained
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Persons engaged In the business Irrigation Systems IaulcurIHts5.00. 3IONHTVR; FIO Aug 20 D3 10 .31 for a !gala day at the ,beach on Labor Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. Koon, Waldo,

of making bonds and charging for for profit, 2500. Bach Money lenders-Each person!- ---- Aug. 21 68 Day, Monday Sept. 2nd. The boy Aug. 21. e _
anie except guaranty companiesor Junk dealers Migratory- firm or corporation whose principal ia !Mrs.' R. S. Humpmrey brought Total rainfall ______ _2.91 In. evening will be featured by a dance Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson. ;;
other wise E'S- person who shall travel from placeto and established business to the Telegraph office Friday a from 8 to 12. a special orchestra' Hampton girl Aug. 19.iii t
corporations shall '
P ',sally licensed. Payment of Hcin place purchasing junk lending money, $100, for each monstar fig from a small tree In I*. T. .\.:\I"TISHThe : : being engaged for the event. j ,
pay a license tax In each county ot county operating In. Doe not apply the drug store ('.\ >.or THANKS JI.I:
business his yard tipping
e authorities doing of counties $10, and he shall before leaving to banks but to loan associations scale at 3 1-3 ounces. It la tho P. T. A. of the Bradford HKIIVM'KS: :! SA.XTON I, 1 1if
only in the towns or
cities, any village incorporated city or or Individuals J doing business largest specimen of fruit of this ,County High School will hold Its -- I We wish to express our thanks .

Book here paid.itinerant$50.00for ; town. submit to the chief of policeor by themselves or by duly authorized kind shown in this section and was regular: business meeting at the There will be Sunday school at to our friends for the floral offerings / J
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agents. delivery marshal a list of the junk he agents. produced by a very young tree, tbe school house Wednesday. Aug. 28, 3:00: and preaching immediately and expressions of sym ,. ,, S_
taking orders tor stock.future has purchased; together with the Motion picture operators- 10. plant being secured by Mr. Hump- at 3,30 p. m. Alt parents are Invited afterwards by the Lawtey Methodist pathy in our recent bereavement, 4
or nelllng from the person from whom Rev. R. E. Starr. Mr. and Mr Lorenzo Green.
names of from the Carolina : to attend. preacher, *
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Boot and shoe repair shops together with his per- (Concluded on page I
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--, ----'---'.,' of W itcr and liy ollluK or dusting! : t Tl; v' boon- the: RUt'i-m: 0;Mrs. John-j Austin! fills.s of Jack**.u\lllP\ Mist, I......................... I I \\'al'I'11 and f.lmlltit' :1:11'1.1':? : enjoyed 'I ,Running the !tl1l1roll.l
r,, I I i ieh places all ,nnniil be Hod nidruliK'd soil's brother T. ,,'. Brown, for I.IK"illc McUer: of lit,'.!IUHIK.' OrAustin dllJn+ r on t the lain- Sunday. i .
k 'r Around Town 1. By stocking pond, pools ",iHVorul weeks have- returned to : til'MS I, Mes I'H. Gi'urno Bird : SAMPSON CITY o oClot Tl-eio" will be services: here Sunday I I, ""Where's the pro ldl nl ..
l 1.- and other possible breeding places' their! home In Orlando. and Donald Pangborn. : TIlOMlAH 0X000 morning, Bud evening, by the railroad?" asked the nun; >,

c i \;" _._.._._,__'_._n-- with "top minnows" wh'ch feed Mrs P. B. Hunt of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Weld returned f..Nf 0.00 f..NOOe..4 pastor, Rev. Hemingway of Starke. called at the general oin<.i's
I
JacUsonv'llo:' 1 <>n the mosquito larva l and destroy and( her daughter, and son-in-law to KeyBto.no<<: Heights Mondayfor "He's down, In Will hilt. ,
( Y, We dl'Oto last' them. And by leaving no accumulations M. Simmons of a week's stay. Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Ray Thomas of tpndln th' session o' ,
Mr. and Mrs S. I
t'' 1! wn>k behind a truck driver who) 01.000e0N0.1.o0..0..ON1. Bonnu
of water about premise in Sparse, and Mr. Simmon's father Weld are spending the month ofAuRUHtlu I Palalka, were visiting relatives and investigation' commit t ti.
:at roles no drunk that the he road forced between every which: mosquitoes can breed.Q. and( mother, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons / St. Augustine where bh'. I hero Friday: :: en AII AM : plied the office boy.
.d'' ho off
mot
,&; : car What else can we do to of DeWitt, Va., arrived herd Weld Is filling the pulpit of Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Frank RasulRnal I \Vherc8 the general mmu:
We never
;i Maxvtllo and the city.around him if protect ourselves against malarial: last Saturday after a week's out- Presbyterian church dur- 'and son, Eugene of Jacksonville, v00000N00.OON....0..0. "He's appearing! before th,
have
4 } I't he would hadn't have gotten had n. flat: tire infection\ ? ing at Jacknonvllle' Beach. They ing the absence of Dr. Burton B. I' were visiting relatives here this Rev. Taylor filled Ws regular torstato Commerce Comnil ..

ys and been forced to stop. We knew By protecting the sick and the report a. pleasant trip. Blgler. week. appointment here Saturday and "Well, where's tho gene! ',,iperl '
i well against the bite of the mosquito Mrs. W. O. Bennett of. "
i : something I should have been done Mr. and Attle Misses Dorothy and Dneh- Sunday. Everybody enjoyed the nl endent?
yY' t1; about it.. ,that he should have been by properly) A screened, houses. Hawthorn* ntteuded church here, NN.aN..NeNGN.NNN. I la Smith spent last week in Hawthorn meetings.Mr. He's at th' meeting: of th i
reported and arrested but, --- last Sunday evening. with their grandmother! and Mrs B. Surrericy and lature fightin some bum new i i

'A"f' strangely enough, as soon as WE: ....fN.0.ON010.NO.N. Rev. DIxon! pastor of the First I : LAWTEY : Mrs. R.-H. gmlth. family!: are visiting relatives here "Where Is the head of thi,. !.
by the Incident was Christian church, preached two I Menibers of the Sunday school this week department?"
'I safely
were EVERGREEN ,..01..1.0.O..I.\0 wOR4AA1'.
quickly forgotten./ excellent sermons last Sunday to a enjoyed a picnic on the lake all Mr. J. A. Graves Is visiting his "He's In court, tryln' a sun
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Mr F.; A, Hosier, Cor.) 1 '
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n large audience of eager listeners.Mrs. Miss Sarah Trenholm, who has day Saturday. Mrs. Pearl' Smith daughter, Mrs. Easterling this "Then where is the !general< n"
That is your cue to rise and .....NN.N.0 0.OON O.0. Francis Cheeves, who has been vsltlng'lieI': sister, Mrs. D was hostess I' week at Lake Wales. songer agent?" -

pointing an accusing finger, ,exclaim Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and. been the guest of her sister, Airs.O. W. Moore for several weeks left We had services here Sunday a'i Mrs Felton Graves of Lake "He's explalnln': t' th' comm,'.,
"Yes, and if ha had have Haynes, for two months returned Tuesday morning for Jacksonville, in. and Sunday night by the pastor \Vales is visiting her parents, Mr. clal! travelers why we can't reuuth' ,
had an accident it would have' daughter, spent Sunday with; Mrs.' to her home, in St. Petersburg where she will go by boat' to her Rev Hemingway of Starke. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney fare."

i I p, been your fault! Hester Sapp. : this week. home In Georgetown, 3. C. Mrs.' W. II. Smith and Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Math Wasdlu was shoppingIn "Where Is the general fn u .'
''r, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mrs. C. P. Sasserr and daughter Miss Beverly Cady of Kingsley; Smith were visiting In Jacksonville Starke last week. agent?"

True, madam. Self preservation baby were visitors to Glen St. Miss Clara May Sasser of Val- Lake, visited Mica Louise Thede last Tuesday Mr. A. G. Brown and daughter, I "Ma's gone out in th' connn
' lkt may be the first law of nature Mary Sunday afternoon. dosta, are visiting Mrs. Sal but Ve don't always think Mrs. J. S. Rosier was visitingher step-mother, Mrs. 1'. B. Hunt. Mrs. E. E. Burney and children Hampton, were visiting Mr. and this place were. shopping in Starke tell tit' farmers why we aln'i
t, 1 T as much about the preservation of little grandson, Earl Mosely Mrs. Inman of Starke, was n spent Sunday .-Jacksonville with Mrs. J. L. Wynn Sunday p. ni. Friday. no freight cars."
others as we might who has ben very sick Thursday I business visitor here-last Monday. her parents, Elder land Mrs. H. V. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Prescott and Mrs. Noah Crawford and chil- : "Who's running the blame 'nut
night of last week. I'' Rev. Norris will preach at the Skipper. She was accompanied family 'of Starke attended church dren, of Baldwin, were visiting Mr. road, anyway?"

4 '' And if that sounds like a ;Brisbane Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children Baptist church next Sunday morn- home by her niece Miss Juanlta here Sunday night. and Mrs. A. G. Brown here Friday "TV legislatures and inve. .
! editorial we'll never read spent the week-end with her I ing and evening. Hardman, who 'will be her guest Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and gators"
j Arthur again Is long as we live sister, Mrs. C. A. Prlng' Mrs. Earl Van Allstlne is visIt- for several days. family were visiting relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown and -.-
li B. E. Rosier and McClel- ing in Cocoa this week. Hawthorn visiting
; ; Leslie; Mrs. G. W. Roberts and daughter Sunday.Mr. his sister Thelma, 'are !
Ah! Many long months we've lan were visitors to Starke Saturday -, s Patsy, are spending/ a few daysIn W. H. Smith, L. L. .Johns relatives in Jacksonville this week. Julia Jones, a fourth year Hub
grr! of Holmes county has
p waited for something like this and 00.NNN..NNN.NNlO DeLand with her parents, Mr. and Mr. Brown made a business Mr. Bob Surrency, Leon Dry- 406 of canned
,
r I now it has happened. If we re- Mrs. J. S, Sapp and children!: and Mrs. Tatum. trip to Valdosta, Ga., last Tuesday. den and Riley Wasdln were all vis- quarts vegetables and !luu 10
e r 400 to fill. She has
t" member' correctly several weeks sppnt Sunday with her mother, : Keystone Heights : The next P. T. A. meeting will Mr. Lee Gibson and Miss Mamie itors to Starke Monday. more cans a
ago Mr. Ulpley, in his "Believe It Mrs. J. S. Rosier.A 1 Ml. Helen O dn. Oar.Mr. meet in the school auditorium Friday Hall of Gainesville, were visitIng i Mrs!' Broughton of this place complete canning room built In the"
and the best ..
yard uses equlpmeufor
Or Not" stated that only hogs and revival meeting will begin: iONONONNN.N1....N night, August 23rd. All members relatives here Thursday afternoon 'was at Starke Monday on business.We the work. She hopes to has
humans would partake of the delicious here Sunday night, August the 25 and ones having an interest' are sorry to hear that Mrs.
n fruit, the banana. Several at the Evergreen Baptist church : and Mrs Jones and Miss In the welfare of our school are Mrs. Agnes Knowles spent the Johnson is not getting' along so 1,000 filled by theend of the ."u

a 4 days ago in casually glancing The public Is cordially invited to Lucille Melzer of Hastings, are Invited. A nice program has been week-end at her home In Green good after a bad spell of sickness.Mr. son. _
through the dictionary (we do that attend spending a month or two In the arranged and you will be beno- Cove Springs.: \ and Mrs. A. G. Brown were
1 r sort of thing) we came upon the Robert Grills of Glen St. Mary, Mack cottage on Keystone lake. fitted by attending; and don't for- Mr. and Mrs.' Felton Graves of visiting relatives in Sampson Sun-
la's'' n following definition: Banana Bird spent the week-end with his par Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cadmanand get to attend the boxing contestfor Lake Wales, and Mrs. Jim Gravesof day Sunday ICIIR' OWN PROPERTY 1 ,
-Any of several tropical orioles ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffls. daughter, Frances returnedto the benefit of the P. T. A., Graham, were visiting relatives -. "co NcrgNrr1 '
f r Y 4 which feed on the banana. R. S. Rosier and mother, Mrs Keystone Heights from Chau- Sept. 2nd. here Saturday afternoon. Victor Lofberg of DeLand was Nouss Ts ON M.'TiSSS" g
it Poor Mr. RIpley. Walt until J S. Rosier were visiting Mr. and tauqua N. Y., where they' spent It, R. Thede spent Tuesday In Those who were shopping in named chairman and Dawson
n he reads that. We can Just see Mrs. Willie Reddish Sunday night. the] summer. Jacksonville.The Starke Saturday were Mr. and :Mrs!\ Brown, Jr., of DeLeon-was( chosen
him hiding behind the door and Mr. and Mrs. Williams Pringle Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark, Mr.J Junior: Sewing Club met Willis\ Dyal, Mrs. Osteen Brown, secretary of the packing house
"4i! : biting his finger nails. and baby, were the guests of Mrs. J. Houser. Mrs. Fred Carr were Friday afternoon at tha home of Mrs. Deaver, Mrs. E. D Jones, committee of the Volusia county
l r Hester, Sapp Sunday afternoon. entertained at dinner Friday eve- Miss Elizabeth Starrs. A very Interesting Miss Cleo Thomas, Mr. W. H Rob- unit of the Florida Asparagus
Ironies: of Fate: People who are ning at the home of "Mr and Mrs. afternoon was spent and erson, Mr. Curby Smith. Plumosus Growers Co-operative
over W. 1 ugden.: during the social hour Mrs. Agnes Knowles association: when the committeemet
conceited not being conceited. .0.OON..0 11....1000N. the little made a ,
-, q Mrs. Elwell Robinson, Mrs. Wm. hostess served her guests with delicious business trip to Gainesville Tues- Friday afternoon to discuss
Several days ago the Times-Un- *. HAMPTON ... Baker, Miss Ruth Lawrence and pink lemonade and cookies. day afternoon.Mr. plans'for fern packing houses.
'A ion carried an account of tho organization MI.. Ada Nluimo, Cur.: 0 Helen Ogden drove to Starke Fri The guests Included: Mary Edwards and Mrs. II. A. Prescott and The meeting was held in the town
'. of the hay fever' suffers 10NONNN v I Doris Burney, Carrie Howe, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Newn hall at Pierson.I' Your neighbor' fire loss Is
% of America into the Cachoo .a0...N40N. day.Mr.. J. II. Houser and F. M Wai- Leila Prescott Elsie Loadholtz .. .. -.. .....- likely to become your loss.
: Club. The club song is of course Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux had as rath were In Gainesville Friday( I Mrs Chas. Hill, Jr., and baby of Don t be without proper In-
"Sneeze A Jolly Good Fellow" her guests this week, Mr Lam. Dr. and Mrs. (Austin Bliss of I Palmetto, returned to their home surance.
1 ay ,t o *' oreaux, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Lam- Jacksonville, spent the weekendat Saturday, after a delightful visit \V/e/ 'can ciiorofi your Insurance few that was adequatea
oreaux and daughter Miss Margaret I'eystone.lIelghts. Y ES HRS years ago may need
It's all right for stenographers of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. 8 revision today! ..
;'t : to use the touch system, but some of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs Mat Filcher and L. II. Hill at their cottage on
of them carry it too far. Mrs. C. A. Carver and sister, baby daughter, of Winter Garden, Klngsley: Lake. STORAGE BATTERY In t Let us offer our advice.
s ; Mrs. Paul Montgomery of Jackson- were tho guests of !Mr. and Mrs.F. !Mrs. Nathan Blount and son,

"4} t'; '! A Ik okkn'per Walt-! for A Bus ville were the guests of their M. Walrath at the Inn last Graydon Jones, of Ft. Myers, are HAROLD C. WALL
And While Watting IM )shoved cousins, Mrs. J, F. Johnson and week.. spending-several weeks with rela-
Oir the !Sidewalk. Mrs. A, C. Dennison. They returned Misses A meet and Helen Ogden tives In Lawtey and at Kingsley Stark INSURANCE
.
''' Oh, how I'd'like'to fly up high to their homes In ,Jacksonvillelast entertained with two tables of Lake. Smith's. Garage 1a. :

,1 And gain some altitude Sunday. bridge Saturday evening. The Miss Evelyn Andrews of .Jack- STARKE, FLORIDA
r Above these people here below Mrs. M. I. Johnson and daughter guests included Mrs. Elwell RobIn sonville, is spending several weeks

Who sometimes act so rude. Miss Thelma Johnson who on. Mrs.'Jones of Hastings Mrs. with Miss Dorothy Sapp. I . .. .. .. .
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\ '' I'd like to sail around all day \ Is,EC Nt/.I..1 fi.uy.N.N.. .

"1' In frigid atmosphere. / J '
do.., Say, I could leave this town behind
Vi i, And never shed a tear! \i "
t 'i'he'[ South'sFavorite iMotorFuel .. v
c iJ
I'd Join a band of gray sea gulls i .
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t ,, And hover in the clouds,
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fr
i, I'd never have to force my way J : *
+ ''? Through pushing, pulling crowds. tr

J4 j i
'!S'., Well, here's the bus to take me
home.
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I hope It's going to stop
T Oh boy, how I. love altitude!
'' I think I'll ride on top!
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MAL.VHIAI CATKCHISSI:

for these
s ,' ? (Part Three) :

''at I The following is released by the I ,

to Bureau of Communicable Diseases, :
!; tt, Florida State Board of Health, by
Pr 1'A, BrlnH+' plrector of Bu
,11 I REASONS :
reau.Q. .
,t r How can we eontr!?! or pre ,
'o- vent malarial fever}
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r.a A. By getting rid "of'tho Anopheles ,

S ) y 1 mosquito which carries it.

yN, h Q. What can be done to lessen
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ANNOUNCINGOF :
}'? or get rid of: the Anopheles mosquito 'v OCO PEP gives you (1) More
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s' i A, ? By destroying their shelters Miles, (2) Quick start and Lightning VARIETY COLORS

and<(breedlng places. Pickup; (3) Giant Power, (4) Less Car- :
;,J Q. What do we mean by "shel- '
ten?" bon, (5) Clean Burning, (6) AntiKnock I the Qhevrolet cJ
+ I A. All brush, high weeds, Safety. It on
and .(7) Complete
graces and over growths near 'S :

t 1 ones house which furnish hiding does what gasoline CAN'T do-gives you Tll.. Smptr _.. at no extra cost fIn
and shelter and some times ylvula r OIL '
places COMBINATION l:: :
in PERFECT :
these
all advantages I It t 1
of water
< conceal accumulations .., ..
; '(4 which serve as breeding places'' Woco-Pep, King of Motor Fuel, .II ;:. = ;:..: keeping with the progressive rolet Six, you will realize that its
rowxe-t.n p. &
for mosquitoes. .. policies that have carried Chevrolet performance is equally out
thousands of '..*!(-u will ffl jmmnr.lfkt as
.4 L Q. How and under what conditions is in daily use by hundreds. of |loa ....., ........... to record-breaking heights standing as its beauty. It flashes
do mosquitoes breed? It is new' ,7 gmmfOn
Southern motorists. winning .
of success-the Chevrolet
: d A. Mosquitoes breed only In wa- new away at the traffic signal. It tops

"i' ter. No water, no mosquito. friends every day-and holding them on Six is now made available in a the steepest hills with an abun..

? 'M'' y Breeding places are ponds pools, merit! \ wide variety of colors at no dant reserve', of power. The
!z water holes, low swampy places.
Small accumulations of water (n extra cost. steering wheel responds to your
have motoring
tin cans and other containers Try Woco-Pep. You a Still further'enhancing the in. slightest touch. And the 'quiet;
p .
i thrown about promiscuously, rain TREAT in store for you! There's a' Blue "ftJl\lt: 11\1 .. \ \ herent beauty of the marvelous non-locking, four-wheel brakes
d'' barrels and cess pools furnish -
Men
; f breeding places for some and White Seaboard Oil Company Stationor bodies by Fisher, these striking are unusually quick and positive

I kinds of mosquitoes. Shaded authorized dealer near you. ([J ." new colors give to the Chevrolet in action.
ponds or pools of comparatively
!Y; clean water surrounded by grasses
> t ;v and other growing vegetation furnish TIlE SEABOARD OIL CO.-Dittrtbutort for A.rP RADIO? &ui'e/NSC PROGRAM proached in any other low Chevrolet Six which
the most ideal places for priced car in the world.
=l breeding of the Anopheles or man PURE OIL CO. E N1C iHT50AYi : actually sells in the price range
THE
larial mosquito. And when you drive the.Chev.. of the four.
q
,,f How does the mosquito
iI'
bred
'' i t on the water The Roaster, $525 The Phaeton $525 The Coach $595, The Coupe, $5951 The Spore

A. Tho eggs of the mosquito Coupe,$645 The Sedan$675; The Imperial l Sedan,$695. All price f.o.b.factory.Flint,Mic .
are'Iald on the surface of the we4 -

4 : ter. The eggs "hatch" In from j i COMPARE tr..d.II.....price..w.ll ..th.IIM pric. In ,*iuld.rln|._bli...t|UM.
k: a 24 to 48 hours Into larva or "wlg- I ChnraU'.tUllwrwl. prlcM IncluJ only nuoiuUa duo.... lor d.Uvry ..d '_ d_
glers" sometimes called "wiggle I
i Worms. "The wiggle or larva Torode-Ritch Chevrolet
t Y + develop Into the pupal stage andy I f KING OF MOTORdb FUEL Company

\ then become mosquitoes.
P'' r Q. How can the breeding places I tlToa OIL Look for these GASOLiNL Starke Florida
In of mosquitoes be abated or destroyed -' i *

t : 1 ? i Signs in Florida
A By draining or filling up' r
1't; '; the pools, water boles,!, low marshy i --1" A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR

place and other accumulations .. .- t




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(0------------------O., I-,Jiti'ksom-Itlo.: ) ; Fla. millionaire l OCCl'lt.'fIOT.XI.S: ': n h:i li he. nulls attempts to soil r> and less than :25 thousand, $5$ ; obJc'<'tK, 1II'IIIIII'Inl. *>r r"IIt"dlldnj \ t ".

! liimbi-r i.uirhaiit, was named in (Continued from pane; 1) nub articles. This license shall ,'' lens than 6,000 population, $5.00. music, musical sounds or noises 1'k, \' ,,,
I Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph an appeal today by the federal Exempting operators In regularly not apply to dealers with ona or Sand and gravel -- Dealers in, and producing or reproducing pictures 1 i r.

govrinmrnt: from a
njtl'lt't.. f of Columbia superem operators employed by any Wom- in the state, such dealers being Pulp brokerll--JO.OO.. Does not apply to machines un- ,.,
< ,> ,rt" wlilrh had rel'eved him of m'n Club cubject to only one annual license flock! or security "siiti
rl.in-rciibiitilltv: in connection with Trained nurses $10 for each of $$100: to the state and (\b\ noti I II I ", l,i'li IDIII.y.; otl.ir thou oil wull vending machines, or to nny such I .

Live State NewsTOLD : aliened fraud in the sale of sur- 1 Individual holding certificate as I apply! to firma operating under a stock:, 1000. machine actually:" owned and operated '

plus lumber from army cantou- such. general merchandise stale and Stove, handle, heading, spoke, by merchant In same building I

moot Stephens was exonerated Oil stock salesmen-Each sales county license 03 Is now providedby hoop, feline( or rim factory, for any with other business. .

recently by Justice Jennings Bailey man selling stock for oIn oil law. or all of these In one factory, $25 This act further provides that f : :.

BY OUR EXCHANGES In a decree which held John L. well companies, $100 In each" coun Portable stores Persons selling StemtRrnpliers -- Knelt person all confirmed Philips of Thomasvtlle. Ga., Indebted ty. merclmnd'se'! from boats or firm or corporation maintainingoffice physically Incapable of manual labor I' ,..""j

I to the United States to the Packing houses Handling vehicles; shall pay a license tax of and doing/ typewriting for Confederate Spanish-Ameri ;, ,," ,
(0.-----------'.--u--, ..;. extent of $1,500,000 and other moats, tobacco, fruits or vegetables $50 for each boat or vehicle for profit: $2.50 for each operator can and World War veterans fall-

L;niford Judge Wallace W. milted counsel 1 for the comptrollerand lumber merchants liable In lesser operating for profit. $10. I ouch county. Does not apply to, TannpjHea-$10.00.Taxldermints ing within any exemption other- ;

\\iinlit called In) the deadlocked for two depositors who objected amounts. Peddlers of drugs: Itinerant doctors farmers selling their produce or to --- $10.00. wise provided by law and widows ""I< (,.
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in the libel suit of George A.Ute to the opening of the bank and -Who shall offer for sale 'any any portable store selling and delivering Tent and, awn'ng'! manufacturers who are dependent upon their own ,j ""h ,

jury IItles against the Sanford Herald confirmation of the order to preSent Tallahassee -The right of Walter drug, poison, ointment or medical from a place of business -$1 0.00. exertions shall be allowed to peddle !i rCf<.:'
I this morping and Instructed the'r: cases.Vauchula S. McLIn to continuo In the capacity preparation Intended for treatment' paying a merchant's license. TlnfmlUiA '$:$.00, and $2.50 without paying a Tcense.' using 1'1'l ';7;

jurors to bring in a verdict forth of acting state motor ve- of any disease. Injury or deformity Prepared palm manufacturers for each additional hand employ-( their own capital only, not In excess t

mi,' plaintiff.' The court ordered \ The light and wa- hicle commissioner would be ques- by any drug, nostrum or medical $1 0,00 oil. of $GOO, and in counties in 1 i ,

vi-idlrt, for the plaintiff and the ter committee of city council has tioned in puo wnrronto' proceedings preparation, $250 per annum, Pressing 'll1bs-11I towns or Toll bridges $250.00 where which they/ live. Such exemption '. ( t I" ,I.,
a ,(,tirpd to flx the, amount ofdunI ;ut the rate for window and sign \; sought by J. P. Huntley Lake and one-half such amount In each cities of 10,000 or more $10.00 ; bridge is entirely within limits of shall bo allowed only upon the

JU1 ,.es. 1 Rhtlng to locnl merchants reducing City attorney and member of the county where he does buslliens. lest than 10,000 population 500. one county; where bridges Joins certificate of a rcpltable) physician j

: thocost from 12 to G centsa leg'slature from Columbia county.Mr. I License'does not authorrze licenseeto Professions'}Each and every two counties n tax of $250.00 for of the disability named, nnd does I:1. I;;:'

here kilowatt The committee composed Huntley today filed application practice medicine or treat per- practitioner of law,_ medicine, osteopathy each county Does not apply to not apply to the sale of liquors, ''T I '
Erection of
I burg anil. of L.V.. BoHtwiek, W. IInatlllt with Attorney General Davis to sons. Each vender of patent or chiropractic, pedlatry, county or municipal\ owned toll lightning rods", and cigarettes i : i.
." for ginning and processing seek such action In the of _____. _._ ._ ___ ,
; and S. F. Schwlnn, stated name proprietary! medicine or remedy, chiropodist! dentistry, optician, bridges I ,. ((
tips; di moss! will follov? receipts that If lty, taxes were paid the attorney generaL lie said he who also soils soaps. spices, extracts optometrist, masseur, embalmer, Tractor' llclorlell-$25.00.. I," j'

?( i revised rulings from the federal promptly the lighting; ; rate for would base his suit on the contention stock, poultry and veterin- civil tnecliAiical, hydraulic or electrical Typewriter repairing, permanent "

,quarantine offices permitting an homes could be cut from 12 to 8 ( that McLIn Is Illegally ary preparations and similar merchandise engineer: or architect, and Where no other license Is Your : ;{ :
uninterrupted movement of this! cents a kilowatt. The local light scrv'ng; as acting motor vehicle or commodities as is commonly every other practitioner *of OilY paid, $5.00.Typewriter. tongue

produce Arrangements had Just plant Is municipally owned and commissioner while a representative -1 sojd on the house to house profess'on.! Ifte members of which repn'rlng.: traveling tells when ::11'' IJI, '
been ,concluded to ptn and operate last year showed a net profit of In the legislature. from Leon plan in the rural districts shall charge for their services as such' -$10 for each county. you )
here a buying station for Span- 1 more than $25,000 besides fur- county. lie said he would charge pay a license fee of $50 In each and tho validity of whose right to Well boring or drillingBy mechanical need : i' ;:
l lah moss, when It was'! learned that !I I nishing power for lighting the further that there is no such office county. practice\ shall depend upon their power, $10.00. \ I I,

the ,collection and movement was I I streets and pumping water. as acting motor vehicle commissioner Peddlers of medicine-Or other having duly licensed so to do under 1 Wood lIl-$5.00.. \11 i" .;
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prohibited by state plant board. .. and that a commlss'ons'! as articles of like character, $100 for the laws of Florida shall pay a Upholsterers. In cities''' and

Tallahassee The Southern motor vehicle commissioner has each county. Peddlers of merchan- license tax of $10.00. towns. of 60,000 or more, $15 : 25 I ,.

Luke Wales-Flames thought Sugar company of Clewtaton today not been Issued to the incumbent. dise other than medicine, when Public dance halls -- Operated and less than 50 thousand, $10.00; '
to have originated from faulty filed apllcatlon with the secretary traveling In vehicles shall pay'$35for for profit, either within or without 5 and lens than 25 thousand $5; I. : tots
of each county, No peddler's license city or town limits, $100. less! than 5,000 population, $3.00.Vnlt'Rlllzlul "
completely destroyed state
elect, 'Ic wiring seeking permission to increase Tallahassee Removal of controversy .1" I
shall be required of civil hock crushing plants For double ,
treading
the shoresof ( or '
Its \
Hlllcrest! Lodge on cnpltar stock by $25- caused when the 1929
I'rooked: Lake, G miles south of OOO.pOO. Issuance of 600 adcll1 !leg.:stature authorized the1sale of war veterans, nor of persons totally manufacture of road or building: sbopn- $5.00 for each vnlcanlz'ng: J.\., j j0' ,
blind, physically disabled, material *$15 for each crushing mach Inc. This does not apply to \' '
here, early Sunday morning; with a tonal 1 .shares of no par value stock a part of the bottom of Orange I I ) "
who shall t have certificate of disability machine operntecl.Roofl'rs.Eltl'h shnpa pacing n garage! or repair r 'w
n. ultant estimated lOlls of be- also was bought.; The present Lake, In Alachua county, was seen lft {
1'n' JSO.OOO and $40,000. The capital block of the company Is I here follow.: the receipt of a petition from county health officer person firm or shop license.
Piano dJalers-Sellln, corporation engaged In the bust- Vending 1 machines, Vending
or organ "
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< "rt)". a :21-room winter hotel 5000000. It was said that large agreeing to' the proposed
] J Coa!t*& drymoulli \.1 1; '
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renting or delivering p.unos, organs ness of roofing, $10, and $2.50 machines or mechanical device do-<< tongue, ,
nwred. by C J. Forbes, of II\( rf'aqeH In activity Including the sale under certain provisions. The .
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that talking machines small musical for each additional hand employed. s'gnctl! to npurate, by insert inn of bail breath, muddy skin, 'I
i I'', iuud., possibility a new sugdr; mill petition bore the names of 120
S instruments either In per- Hug rE'llovatOl's-III cities ofGO'.OOO slug, coin or metal disc<< for purpose CTcgipy nerves and sour ;
will ho built at u cost of $5,000- property holders living near Or- '
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son or by agent, consignee or or more population $10 : of dlKrtPiiHlng any merchandise etoniach. : suggest its uie. ;
( 'arwater, -- Operations on the 000 were part of a development? ange Lake, Chief Drainage E'ngl-': (
broker,. $100 for each county in 25 and lens than 50 thousand, $7; sho",11I1'ell'ht': of persons or .
"nl,I u ,.11!! begun approximately a program of the company. ncer Fred Elliott' announced: It I "
P
i I. ,,,in ii ago by II. D. Yerxa, linen declared no objections were held I i 'J P
l suspended until property Wtlllutoii Addresses stressing t.o drainage of the lake and sale l' ,II

i >'mr of the land surrounding service, co-operation and faith In | of the bottom land east of a specified ,
the future of the state marked the The holders ,
i hi''ell will sign a petition glv- point. property :
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,i .' iho well \drlllers permission to opening here today of the new Seaboard added, however, that their agreement .
dill) on their property in case oil Air 1 Line depot. Among the would carry only In the event f I
wel'eV.. L. Seddon vice that the state would build dam
i i found In paying quantity. Yerxa speakers a .' .:.., '
h>lievt" that oil in paying quantl- president and consulting engineer; of sufficient size to retain'the waters ."..'' !
ik' will be found. of the Seaboard Air Line; W. L. of the western end of the lake I'
Stanley vice president; State Senator and maintain the name water level. 1 .

Miami -.- J. A, Clanton of Char- I J. J. 1'arrlnh Titusville; E. C. *

loinN. C., oa trial In criminal IJagwell. Seaboard geiteral malla-I I Tallahassee Stressing: the 1

''I Him> for participation in the rob- !tcrV.; 11. Blake, southern d'vls- need of Immediate taxation relief,

h,?,n of the Olympia theatre Feb. lon superintendent; Mayor J. M delegation from UeSoto county
l''a Identified today by John Willis of Wllllston ; and W. H.. today presented Its case to the 1 AT

H Hodges, theatre employee, as Hodges chairman of the board of state delinquent tax adjustment

,on.' of the two bandits who robbed Levy county commissioners. board of appeals, seeking to place .
''h,. theatre of nearly 4000. Other I Into effect a wholesale tax cut of

" I state witnesses! testified theyaw I Bra entotl In holding unconstitutional 50 per cent on delinquent tax certificates YOUR J
f'lanton' in the theatre .on theM I I a legislative act of 1901 over a period from 1913 :

.{hi of the robberry. under which county plant boards to 1928, inclusive.: The matter _
I have been formed in a dozen counties was taken under advisement. The Ifi \, 4j

,;i Petersburg Claiming that Circuit Judge W. T, Harrison, DeSoto county delinquent tax ad- SERVmCE % I

III art adoptedat the last session In effect ruled them Illegal. Ills justment board recently ordered
oi the legislature, by which the opinion was handed down here I tho tax collector to accept as full 1 u

IHII" comptroller Is empowered to yesterday In granting a permanent payment for delinquent taxes in ,, ." ..J .J"t'

.. .t i in the case of bank closings. Is! injunction against: the Man the county, 50 per cent of the total n .
IIIK" (institutional, l legal objections atee county board, preventing it due on back tuxes for the past ,
w,'>rt today being heard to the from destroying guavas at Palma fteen/ years. The state comptroller xlde! p

,)i hii of freezing 90 per cent of the Sola, near here. The Jurist based appealed to the state board of ,
il">l>oHlts In the closed Hank of bit action on the belief that the appeals In the matter on the .'" 1 ,411k'4.

i'asco County pade City, before legislative act conflicted with organic ground that the action by the
i'trruitCourt Judge T. Frank Hob- : laws;; because it gave unlimited county board was economically un-

wn power to( govern to public I sound. Fourteen btrslness men,
r officers neither appointed by the bankers, county authorities and at-

St. Petersburg-Ray H. Llnd- governor nor elected by the peo- torneys of DeSoto county appeared

. :. former deputy county tax collector ple and that such powers were ves- before the board.
who last night received a ted only n the state plant board. '. .
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written notice from the local Ku Fort Lauderdale On a rough t f ft

Klux Klan "requesting" him to Fort !Myers -.Two ill-tempered pine scaffold, surrounded by heav t I

leave the community at once, said hornets got personal with the occupants ily-armed guards, James Horace ; :, .,'- ,,. : f4
today he Is going as soon as he of an automobile here yes Alderman, 50-year-old rum pirate, .\., '.' '
caused a wreck in at the United ,. -
ran close his affairs here. lIe terday and was secretly hanged t""' ,< .
which two men narrowly escaped States coast guard base here at Ai
added he never had Intended re- I : '
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C P. Corrigan and a.negro Sunrise today for the slaying of ; I
Injury. The ha' '
malnlng,.Jiere but would not announce -, friendly PAN-AM man < ?
his destination. passenger were driving down two coast guardsmen in a des- .
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I the boulevard when the hornets perate and bloody gun fight on the real Southern His '
courtesy. service
Tampa Joseph Alvarez, 7, hummed In and'stung Corrigan. Ina high seas two years ago.; The ;
effort to beat off the pests trap'was at 8:03 o'clock '' is
killed and two playmates were frantic sprung : ., "double-quick" and competent ;
lightly Injured here today when Corrigan!' lost control of "the car just as dawn streaked across the Tt; i

a chimney which he attempted to and it turned over In a ditch. The Atlantic ocean; where the crime r taking_care of water, air i and f '
limb The two occupants were submerged In for which Alderman was convicted
In his home collapsed.
hey, ""dared" by his companions, four feet of muddy water. When occurred. He was sentenced to important details. The PAN-Ab] i
they came up the hornets were I die for the murder of Sydney San- '
1(n> 'eI'mh I to the mantle piece, ap- "
parently loosened\ a brick and was gone. The car was damaged, but I derlln and Victor Lamby, coastguardsmen man will smilingly say, omeagain" '
to the passengers was 1 during a "sun. battle
crash no injury
hurled to the floor la the : '
if bricks. Ills skull was fractured leportedTltusvllle. I which occurred 35 miles off. the And you will come again !
t Florida east roast on August; 7, :
afterward.
and .
he died shortly t for
... -Hlds will be opened 1927, when a boat-load of coast tougher. PAN-AM motoc

Pensacola of naval statIon In Jacksollvll1e'October 15 for guardsmen captured Alderman and t :
Ecorts tft
oil
and 'clean
forces and local flshetimen to $750,000 worth of canal purchase accompl'ce' Robert E. Weech and 1 PAN-AM gasoline '

recover the body of Lieut. F P. bonds and not exceeding of bonds$250,000! by their liquor-laden vessel. Approx- i that help keep your motor at peak; A i'S
fnrdelro/ Farias, failed through to- worth of right way imately 15 minutes after the trap L\\:
din Information from authorization of the Florida Inland was sprung. Alderman's body was' .. -
according to r 1'oml:1nce.:
th navigation district commissioners cut down from the scaffold exam- 'l f
< naval air station here. Forces
bottom of In session at Eau Gallle today. ined by a physician and then plac- '
Continued \
to drag the
the bids are to hearse which
Advertisements for ed in a waiting motor
Pen acola bay in an effort to recover -
be sent out Immediately. In the carried It to Miami! for funeral
the body of the Brazilian
flier when his meantime, commissioners have ordered services at the home of his family:
who was drowned
that means to be taken to .
training plane fell to the water expedite the work looking to turn- A tariff affording Florida vegetables \ PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUM
here Saturday, but no trace wall; monthsof ,
found. :ng over to the United States government protection only nine '

the old east coast canal the year would be unproductiveof CORPORATION j 1u
for the deepening of which $4.- benefits as far as the growers of
Orlando-Almu. Hill, 40, em-
concerned, Senator
appropriatedwith
000.000 has been that state are
ployee of a local transfer company an additional appropriation Duncan U. Fletcher, declared in \
Wu killed instantly today when for main- his astonishment at the -fl '-
1 be of $125,000 annually expressing ...
> wire lying
attempted to lift a decision of the senate finance com-
In .the street out of the path of tenance. mittee to recommend a seasonal

the truck he was driving. According Quincy Circuit Judge E. C. tariff on winter vegetables. In

to Richard McKeejinother Hill Love today held constitutional an other words the Republican majorIty lh ;
employee the company, placinga of the finance committee con-
act of the 1929! legislature
Mrkwl up the wire in the brick storedIn sidering the scheduled of the Hawley -

street,! and started carrying It aside. tax the on state petroleum, and Intended products for use or house bill, propose to enact A GASOLINE (,il

A'' his foot .touched the grass on within: the tate's boundaries. An a bill under the terms of which I .
Hit edge of the street, he sank to P
would be N
Injunction sought by several cor- Florida vegetables protected ''
h .
knees! and never regained con- porations and the city of West against/; foreign .competitiononly I Burns Clean 1

uaness.T against the comptroller nine month of the year. This .
Palm Beach
has Because it is
Clean-
of was denied and a demurrer arrangement the committee I
' itlahasseo Application filed by the state was sustained. In decided to adopt In lieu \.pI the I -
( mptroller Ernest Amos for confirmation his ruling Judge Love held the tax duties provided in the house bill. .11. : !
of a freezing order whichh license tax and not -. I, i l
eclse or
had Issued to permit reopeningof an property tax as State Highway Department to Mf'ilt,
or
ad valorem
the First American State Rank an by the complainant surface highway No. 28 from west I \\. C. CLKMO.VS:; : Starko and Hell. I
and> Trust company, West Palm was corporation contended. He further held that limits of town to Lake Butler to I N, II. HULL. Htarke RETAIL bronn HpringsI +.'If'

Beach, was set for hearing on Aug. title of the act was sufficient, New River bridge on through IJ.VYKS: GARAGE, Nt rke *. J. (COX Worthington

28 by Circuit Judge J. P. John- and the therefore valid. ( Bradford county. I T. I>. no! ..;n. KalfonlII. DEALERS U. W. SI'IKKS.: IMP HutlerII.
Jon In circuit court here today. I I Dunedln---Hotel Fenway changed T. J\\'J JSO. IUIfor.1 ALLEN: LakeButler 4 ( i'
Date for the hearing was set aftera John Stephens I ownership. ._ .. _
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x 'a' Lyoclc37j! Attorney GeneralUnder !,, *. IN THE I i

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the common law nnyono

V1S1TOUS: HOXOHKU howling a don was not amenable ,

'I to the law because dons' were
MM J. M. Alvarez entertained
v not property tinder the general it
r4l Friday evening for her two attractive i
laws of Florida, however, persona -
Misses' Janie
house guests, :
of Atlanta, with who steal maliciously injure., : 1
,'q'y + and Sara Callahan
kill the
Lodge wound or any dog prop
a buffet supper at. Magnolia
t' erty of another, shall' be deemed
p on Lako KlnRBley./ served! at seven (guilty of a misdemeanor. The penalty -
The gucnts were:
I be a $100 tine or ImprIsonment -
may
o'clock on the comfortable veranda -
and the remainder of the evening for sixty days. AccordIng I II
t'' was devoted to numerous card to the attorney general, whose I
) opinions make up thin column to i
+ games.
domestic animals: I
day dogs are
Members of the younger set were ,
f? invited be with the Misses Callahan and entitled to the same protection'
I as other such property. The supreme
? 1J court has held that n lawsuit

In1IINE I'.1RTYThe : is )justified where a railway
train kills a dog. Other opinionsof

members of the Twentieth the attorney general Include:

+?"( Century Club were entertained -
tr last Friday night by Dr. and Mrs. Sheriff should keep guards at

t: ; ') E. L. Biggs at Kingsley Lake. or near jails when prisoners are
held therein and he ia entitled to
decorat-
r ;+ Golden rod was used for
ing the porch where the evening guard hire from the county for S i

}' Mrs. O. L.Beaslcy 'such service.
t + was spent at bridge.
g won high prize and received I, -
{t' ? a sewing basket. Mr. II. C. Persons regularly engaged in

,1 Wall won high for the.men which conveying, automobile by driving
E was a bridge set.. Mrs. G. M. In- same from one place to anotherare

't, man and Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., chauffeurs and should be required I
were holders of low and received to take out chauffeurs li I ...., oil'\ %., -- : :
'FOUL TIC//I' 1CPER.T. 1V'PilC I
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and desk set cense.
? a shopping bag a I

tl' respectively.The Transforming a modern, scientific
d following played bridge: The tax laws of Florida, relating laboratory Into a miniature farmyard
t t, Dr. and Mrs. n. S, Carroll, Mr. and to' tax deeds were greatly in one of the world's greatest mail

y? Mrs. II. C. Wall, Miss Mabel Wel- strengthened by the 1929 legislature order houses recently was necessary
ler Mr. J,. J, Truby, Mr. and Mrs. but the validity' any tax that a complete study be made of ; {
a N. deed depends whether not Incubation methods and Incubators..
+ F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. upon or
!; 1. : Sternberg, Mrs. O. M Inman, Mr. It was properly issued. Even gov- At the large Ward Chicago tc; Co.,plant 1.800 of candled Montgomery -

and Mrs. O. L. .Beasley and Mr. evrnment patents are sometimesheld fertile eggs were Incubated In stock !
} ,) and Mrs. .. W. Andrews, Jr. invalid because they were not Incubators under careful, scloutlflo
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properly Issued. control In the Ward laboratory.

NEW IMSSEXGEIl: ftCHEOULES -- This experiment under the directionof
There In no authority in the Dr. E. H. Harvey, chief of the lab-
statutes which gives a Justice of oratory of the mall-order establish-
Sunday April 21st,
Beginning ,
w ment, did much to simplify the exact :
Seaboard Railway schedules for the peace the right to order a
II method; of scientifically incubating
4 ,+ Starke were posted as follows: derelict automobile sold without chicken eggs. Better than a 70% :
i Houthlxmiid legal procedure, as required by batch was accomplished, which Is con

No. 1-(Local)) 11:19: p. m. 'section 5794, et esq., compiled gen- sidered an excellent showing according "
No. 11 -Local) 11:23: a. m. 'eral laws. to Dr. Harvey.
,,2Jli{ "Many poultry breeders make the
t No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p: m.
mistake of not attention
paying enough
No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. The state hotel commission has to Insulation, turning devices
tIl Northbound no jurisdiction over hopttals, sanI- circulation and humidifying the Incubators -

(t No. 2-Local) 6:36: a. m. tariums, schools, co-operative which are In use," Dr. Harvey '
dS No. 12Local( ) 3:05: p. m. apartments, clubs and churches.The declared, following the completion .
_ Intent of the legislature was to of the experiment. "Prior to Incu- ;
I No. 108-(Limited) 5:41: p. m.
bating our we candied each
eggs
Wan nee Branch tharlu 101 now regulate hotels. -iJ i,;
I specimen. Insuring 100%" fertile eggs.
eaves Starke 7:00: a.-m... and train At the end of seven days In the: la- I
y i.Yt. 102 arrives Starke .2:40: p. m. I Bond trustees have no right to __ ______u __
compensation for handling '
nIne IJus Lines any papers are part of the furniture in : :
8:53 funds except those moneys which ,
Northbound 5:10 :
a.
m'
officials ;
the offices of and
Y county
( I a,. m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18: p. m., 8:68: they receive and disburse as taxes '
tai' p.m. collected by the tax collector and should be paid for by the county.

Into the account of the trustees : "" .
pad -
Southbound: 37 a. m., 12:07: :
qt p. m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:60: Transfer of money from one' Although there In no ,specific law -
t? p. m. fund to another does not consti- prohibiting it, counties should not

'"t tute collections or disbursementsso pay sheriffs and county judges for ; ) ';; 8
14 See the P. T. A. benefit boxing as to entitle bond trustees to a blanks used In civil cases. ; : !! :': '

1yt contest at Lawtey. Sept. 2nd, La comnilwftloftthereon., { of
not actualy traveled :
AnY mileage -
_,t""! borDay. All the members of the newly by a sheriff l constructive' auburbs.'j, ;; i :: : (:

LaBelle New roof put on created delinquent tax adjustment mileage and it Is a violation of the I .-.".11I -

school building. boards are required to serve as law for counties to pay for such I at

New Port RIchey Guarantee members of such board by virtueof mileage as not actualy traveled by : ;; ; r : -

ffti"" t Clothing & Dry Goods store opened their respective 'offices'.; and can the sheriff.A !: : .

p f, + In LeeatonSmithBlock.. legally receive no compensation private Individual may be
; Starke Issue
$8,000bond therefor. -
granted a permit ,to conduct and "f<
th r will be sold to provide funds for ]
operate a sick and funeral benefit ,
La+ paving West Call, Bay and, Orange The educational survey com insurance company in this state. '..
''tt; + streets. mission created by the 1927 legis- ] ,-
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+ Plant City Gulf Coast Cooperative lature and for which there was appropriated County Judges have exclusive( .

being organized for pur- $50,000 to carry out jurisdiction over all criminal pros'

pose of marketing of eggs. the duties delegated to It, still exists ecution for first offenses of liquor -

Plant City Raney Stores Inc., l as a.legal commission, there violations as to final trial but Jus- l j : ,
+
f' moved to remodeled First National being nothing in the act which fixes tices of the peace may Issue,search

'IS.(" ; Bank building at 118 South Collies Its life. warrants, order raids and arraign ,
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,. + street. Typewriters, desks, books,, and defendants before them for prelim- ,
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penalty of the years--they are the indisputable :
r evidence of neglect.
"How many of WI know terribly
wrinkled old women whose family and
friends will insure us, that you
1 should have seen her twenty-five years '
ago; the was a beauty In ber day/
Sometimes It 1* almost Impossible to
believe their words.. That person oncea
pleasure to the eyes? impose)bid
NeN, l l All we can see are the wrinkles and
furrow, which.passing years have left
LLff1i : like dragon's footprints on her face.
By way of contrast Mme. RubIn-
stein called her audience's attentionto
L that other kind of old lady, the old ;
S lady with color In her firm soft
cheek, lustrous eyes and hair as
glossy as when It hung down her back
In shining curls. !
i -..... "Nice out of ten of these ageless
beauties who carry their charm Intact -
'.q NEW YORK-Ten little mark. on of your eyes, drooping from your noee to the IfI'1Ive.ad4ed Mme. Rubin !
/ t the face with a black!: crayon will to the eornera of your mouth, or form- stein, "are women who began early In''
{') ,show you how ugly old age will make Ing In your forehead. life to take care of their skin. Theyare
t } yOU-U you don't watch out. 'Then look In the glow," said Mme. the one who were never too exhausted -
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To get a horrible scare and at the Rubinstein. at the end of the day to
t same time Me what the yean are likely "The old-looking painfully unbeautiful cleanse their cheeks with some good
to do to you. that world-famous person staring back at you Is- cream or too hurried at the beginning: =
authority on beauty Mme. Helena YOU-you, dft8en-twenty-thlrty year of a new one to massage their face
Rubinstein of London. Paris, and New In: the future U you don't begin cow' and neck WrTtICU,.. Poe to remain l
i York suggest that you trace ...Ub' to take care of your face. Remember facially youthful at least, all a woi pencil or piece) of charcoal the tiny t It I U not age that put line In feminine need'do Is keep the age line _eel
frown line between and at the corner! lace. Wrinkles are not the. with cosmetics. !
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,\ ilauijiii t r of "'tnd"I"U and, kill nutliorillcH) v lid ill i lui, '', not ; i h""i ,11 oiltjjw. i"UI'U'I' i ofLlnc linn'i'von'd to i ',(uilillih: iml.ll'' I'I I''''II nptnl[ "upiniit' .itilini," Ml', \ *bownid I i'' '.: ,
m Ml MS' ('lulu'' iiiid fulfill Ori'tit: dllleI'- MM iiiinu ,+ln Itund" ''tl111IHl'll'hIJI! i i\ 1111"II ,"' I 'mad I in 1111111111> i nl >-:,ill ('11" ,,'I i, vt.ul( ,,,alt\ M. .i r, ,ii ,. i 01!, 11:ii'uiicnt at i :I

Bits of !,i tit Luke City spent.Iciuit'tic Sunday Darby herdwith Ii |! aided bit'! killed.by roaches.Spray PLY-TOX Umulus niu lino u I 0,1 t ,ol $ 1 1.000:) .I'n', '' ; in I luniiiof Turn (Kt,<.n I' :Y11. S Tarpon avenur t'I Ifrll't t,

a m Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot. cracks, crevices: around, wnu< tI.-. .-.Jl --- -- 4 -1I ,..__..... -- ,1 :. :
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pipes fuuceta and other plumbing/ II \ '
Lqcfai v. 1.4evt'sConcerning ; Mr and Mrs.V.. B, Young and Simple Instructions on each lioi- '" \ i

J : daughter I 1C A. Parten, Wilda and and son Mr James and!,Mrs all tie and(blue ALL label liousebold)for tuning Insects nun-lies\ INSIST C 'SPECIALS AUGUST 23rd 24th : .i;:.'"4I 'iI'i

Our People, Business; and of Oviedo: were guests of Mr. and on FLY-TOX.:, It in the m'Ita l i I :"-:;
of the Mrs. T. J. Griffin Sunday. tine Insecticide developed at Motion -
Progress County and Town. f
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Industrial Ru-
Institute of !
Friends ot Gary Ennis were search IIY> Rex: Research Fellow ItEST I- '
..II __ _..................r..r"'I.'ii525 .....-.... ____ pleased to greet him last week ship. FLY-TOX in safe. Btainl< n. :>? ==cO; :==t 575II 1:::o=nac.525'c.<::: :>t.,25', :; c.:. r 52a2Sc while oh a visit to his mint Mrs, and has a perfume-llk.e. tang I'autS' : \t

II I' ,-tn. J. F. Klckliter and Mrs. II. C. Wlnberly. J 1.V.. Morgan\ Gary Is at present Easy to use.-AdV. -
:located In Jacksonville' at the corner .
,li Mrs Glen Searing madea Mrs. Pearl Snydcr has let of 8th and Evergreen steels. 1OAHTKTI t ''r'J,' ,
Sir ( contract : ) TOASTSThtil and .' '
I J :
rampa Monday. for the construction of, a POTATOES -#$ - 10 P oun d s. 45c '
| Irlp w home Mrs. \Margaret Thomas and lit- very iterating little Incident \ : ; 1. :I
ou Cherry
street, work
start- In China few
tie occurred a years ,
daughter Sue
Gene, recent ,
of Maxvllle was ,
J K( f Nolan !lug last week. : '
in Shanghai
dinner
Mr AtI. ;
visitor here Wednesday i the English consul\ In toasting t the SLICED ; 'I
abusurn Morgan, have returned to their
____ I Mrs.\[ \V. II. Perkins and Warren. home in Bradentou.Mrs. BrislUh flag, said: 'Ii I \ I, 1Jt:
Sec the P T A. benefit boxing I and Eunice Perkins have returned "Here's to Union Jack-\ -the flag : BACON PORTER ttRAND"SWEETEST Pound 35c ,i ?I' 'iY$
contest, < ui lawtey, Sept. 2nd. Labor : from a month's stay In the mountains Fannie L. Hopson and of flags, the flag that has flouted MEAT ';J :, }?!
Dm of North Carolina.Mr. granddaughter Vera May Hoffman on every continent, and every sea. f ,.
I'tturued'edncsday afternoon for a thousand years: the flag on \ ': '\ ii
jlr <4' L, Houser was In': Jack-, and Mrs. L. Wyman and lit- from a visit with relatives at Cross which the sun never sets." I
sonvllli Tuesday. tle daughter, Ruth returned Monday \ City Wellborn, Maclenny: and It Was such a strong sentimentthat LARD Best Compound 2 Pounds 25c ;'1!
from an extended visit in Boston Jacksonville. the Americans present were a ,

Ur ,/icmeph Thomas returned and Amherst, Mass. little overawed, until! the Ameri- ________ ___u__ ______n __m______ -- ------ ------ ----- 1
(froth a I rip to Quincy Thursday., Dr. and Mrs G. II. Lowry and can merest.. Eli Perkins, was :
See the P. T. A. benefit boxing little daughter, and Miss called upon to toast the Stars and ,
Margaret
Mr George Balsden of Jackson-' contest at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. La- Margaret Ann Malpas of Lake City Stripes. Looking directly Into the Blue Ridge Corn or Peas Corn Flakes or Post Toas- ;:.1.1I
,,llla was In Starke this week. bor Day. spent last week at Green Cove faces of the Englishmen, he said: : :
.-- Springs. "Here's to the Stars and Strlpos ,
.,Irs--Alice- Hewke is vlaltng Rev. and Mrs. W>.'A:' Scott, recent of the' new repu bllVhl'n the No. 2 Can 2 for ----25c ties "
friends la Winter Park. guests of Mr. and Mrs P. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Miss setting sun lights upon her stars I 1:
Scott, left Saturday for Zolfo Lena Belle Shl'pardlnd: Mr. Jack In Alaska, the rising sun salutes i ,

Mrs Sunday M, from D. Bumgarner Interlarchen.returned Springs Mrs. sonville Ellington Sunday were, visitors Miss Shepard to Jack-go- her Maine.on It's the the rock-bound flag of liberty coasts, nev of L. No., 1 lean, 3 for. -- 25c I 3 Packages for ww. 25c :! .i? '.

George C.Vhlte left Mon- ing on to Billiard for a two weeks' er lowered to any foe and the only __
?Mr, and Mrs. L.. D. Vining spentthe day for Marianna and Is the guestof stay and Mr. Ellington returningby flag that whipped the flag on which
week-end In Fernandina.Mr. her sister, Mrs. E. It. Marsh- train to his home In Ellljay, Ga. the sun never seta."
burn. -. MEAL GRITS -5 Pounds 23c
or - -
and !Mrs. E. C. Tappen spent Superintendent and Mrs J. S. Brad nton Building will be ,
last week in Green Cove Springs Mr. Levy Canova of JaJckson- ninth and l Mrs. Blltch's\ brother. erected at cost of approximately I
vllle, Is spending this week herewith Robert Kite, left last Thursday on $50,000 for occupancy by Montgomery ,
Mrs T A Steele and children of his mother, Mrs.\ Eunice Ca a motor trip which will Include Ward Company to be located I K
Gainesville, were week-end guests nova. Atlanta Ga, Nashville Tenn., at Manatee avenue at end of POST BRAN FLAKES2for21c f '
of Air and Mrs. J. D. Sapp. Louisville, Ky., and Ashevllle, N. Broad street.
Miss\! Pearl nlo'ddlsh1 Mr. C. Plant City postotflce building .
Messrs O. W. and E. M. Ilazen* Herbert Walderman of Jacksonville being painted. '
of Brooker were In Starke Monday I spent Sunday with her par- Mr. and Mrs. G, C. Llvlngtson Tampa Prest-O-Llre CompanyInc. '
afternoon. ents, Mr. and Mrs I. J. Reddish and l tlaughteify}fargaret and Mrs. ., will erect large acetylene fac- T01ATGESNo.2Can 2 for 19c
I Marie McMaster,'and Mr. and Mrs. tory in this city soon.
Mr T J. Baxter of Jacksonville I Judge; and Mrs. A. 7.. Adktns N. L. Crowder all of Tampa, are Tallahassee Const ruction of
,aa attending' to. business here : and son, Junior returned Friday occupying the Steruberg cottageat hangar completed at.municipal airport
Wednesday. from Jacksonville, where they Kingsley Lake. r r rY,1
silent several days. s. Salad Bowl-Dressing JUMBO
bliss: Thelma Seals bf Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W II. Struth and iv 'iiiH 1"\1"'In "'1' 1'I'Kat: msilticr !.-
ift visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg left children, Miss June Bullen, Mr. '1'It11"I'"'01 n'r.or 16UI'I'II'U"1 KI.OIIII: ,7
Mr and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. Sunday for New York City where and Mrs. W. L. l Edwards of Jacksonville IIB H..krnptey| Pintiar27c Peanut Butter -' 1
they will remain a week or two and
and( Miss Shirley I will fell at niihlli l auction :the :
Mi and Mrs. J. II. Hitch and buying fall stock.Mr William Struth of Jacksonville, general ni* i.chami I l ., :tore furnltur ,
daughter, Dorothy were In J' ck- have taken the R. J. Davis cottage itntl I nxtutfH and Ten. located Cent Store In the nt HturkeKlorliln. llng.rsFlve .'.
fonvlllt' last Friday. and Mrs.\[ J. M Davis droveto .at K.ngsley: ; Lalce for two weeks, ; at 8:00: n'tloili p, in.Satur): ,8 oz. Jar 19c 1 Pound Jar29c '
Jacksonville where Mrs. Davis day AUK. 81, 1029.
| Kiile will he for Hpnt cash and BU!>- '
51."i May Peek of Jacksonville, remained (for a visit: of two weeks \Mrs\ T. ,T. Long and Mrs. D. P. ,foot tn IptimudltUe ..t>nlli'inatlun of + ty' ,
Is visiting "Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hitch with Mr. and Mrs.\! O. C. Davis. Carpenter have as their guest the referee, It. W, iinNO, !'lif'l. ;
at Kingsley Lake. their sister, Miss Flora Belle Jackson Trustee tu Itunkruptcy; : r
i rj. Buy ht. Jacksonville Fla. .
See the P. T. A. benefit boxing
of Baconton, Ga. Another slater 8-21-2t. _
Mr and Mrs. S. ti. Peek and contest at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. Labor Mrs. D. C. Forehand and '
MINI Harriet Ritch were In Jack- Day daughter Margaret, left Tuesday 6 / MsmJ

'onvllcl Monday. for Albany. Ga.. ,"after a visit of i
Miss Mabel Weller Is spending'several several days here. Sait with Flowers

ontent See the at P.Lawtey T.. A. Sept.benefit 2nd.boxing La- with her months parents In, Mr.Bmlenton and Mrs., Pa.K, Misses Carrie and Garnlta Hut- Flowers 'For ,All Where Satisfaction is a Certainty :tJrII .

bor Day. Weller.. to returned from Jacksonville Saturday Occasions
after a vls.lt\ with their sister I," '
Miss Elise Jones spent several M:KHea Janle and Sara Callahan, and brother-in-law, Mr. and '" t ;
days of this week visiting friends recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. A. II. Hall. Mr. and Mrs Hall Gertrude Godbey ,
I at ,Jacksonville Beach. M. Alvarez, loft Saturday for their accompanied: them here and spent \
home In Atlanta, Ga. the week-end Anderson ; '
Misses Mona and Blanche Alder- .1'tt t
man went to Jasper Monday to at- Mr.\[ and Mrs. N. Sternberg and !Mr. and Mrs. C N. Christy andS. Phone at Waldo Fla.
tend the Gambol-Hunter wedding. family have returned from a two R. Johns, Jr., have returned
month's stay at their KIngsley from a visit of several weeks with ore FOR YO1Jlt MONEY ilL
Miss Lois Denmark of St. Augustine Lake cottage. relatives "Pennsylvania... They p' ;
Is visiting Miss Beatrice also toured several other northern I.
Johns this week. Mrs. W, E. Middleton and Miss states and spent a while in Can- rro,4 : Mj
es Madge and Hazel Middleton returned ada. COFFINS & CASKETSand IN POWER i

Mr D. E. Pangborn of Keystone' Monday from Henderson- a Fall Un of .
Heights was among the visitors to vllle, N. C. Mr. and Mrs.\ Theodore Ennis '
Starke Wednesday.Mr and Miss Neva Scruggs of Tampa, Undertakers Supplies>> 'SPEED '
-- Mrs. F. II Long and daughter, were week-end guests of Mr. and "Ir
Paul Knight I Is spending two Lois, returned Monday from a visIt Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Miss Scruggs AUTOMOBILE HEARSE MILEAGE ,
peeks at Lakeland with Mr. and with Judge and Mrs A. V. Longat will leave shortly for the Univer- Alirtn' .. ....... The hot .rtM > \
at th. I>WM< prltM. Hpri .!>
I :MM Chas. Larsen. Daytona Beach. sity of Nebraska order to complete tmtlon t.. t.1.l .rpli .rd.... :
her special training ,In BECMTKRKU BMBALMH
Mr O, M. Inman'returned Monday Fresh garden seed at J. F. Kick- science and physical culture; DEWITT C. JONES ; et

after two week's spent In liter's. + JI )
Texas G. Roaches live,'in colonies. If you I STARKE FLA.BANKING .
Rev. and Raymond see one you know there are many ,
Miss Ira Boyd of Johnstown, have returned from a three week's Roaches >are loathsome vermin.: 7t0tllipCtl9filtlti!>;"ai>Gg'Jtl6CtfQiStyrs ;
Miss Myr- vacation spent at Green Cove .
( Spent last week-end with -- ,
| tle Reddish. Springs. ," t ,

/ was Miss\ Pauline Boyd, who has rl
Senator K. M, J attend-
several weeks, here with Mr If\ I 1
"\1* (10 business matters In Lees- spent .I
L. C. Powell and family left Mon-
I burg and Tavares Tuesday.E .
'
day for her home at lIardeevUle.S. ,

Moseley of Lawtey, was a I
buttons visitor to Starke Saturday C.Mr. / Iq
and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and q,
children, Margaret and Jimmy of
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Mi Fate Matthews was a business Gainesville: spent Sunday with Mr. "
\rinttor, here from Alachua last and Mrs. Jack Briggs at KIngsley IlKPllVEDnOW"N:

I Frldav: Lake. g

Mi, and'Lynn Mitchell and Mrs. J. L. Frazee Jr., and little e

. ">n Gordon were In Jacksonville\ daughter, Lora Miller, returnedlast ,
| Sunday Thursday to Greensboro, N. GASOLINE
C., after spending a month with
Mr and Mrs. K. J. Davis and Mr. and Mrs.[ J. L. Fr zee.

'lilldron; spent Sunday In St. Aug- ,
I "Minn Mrs. T, J. Alderman Is expectedto A ,,il t 1

arrive Sunday where she from and Farming-her little A leaner, purer, more-volatile Laboratory teats<< show IMPROVED i '"''P;
See' (the P. T. A. benefit boxing ton Mich., Li' T'-
cnt Lawtey Sept.
(tray two months. faster pick-up, greater power, and way. Hut a thorough trial of this

mileage. That's what you get in remarkable fuel in your own car r f Ill
Ml Florence Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Brownlee their BEARS IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE will cattily prove its auperiorlty. It 'If
itha' Kthel Griffin spent Friday In Jr., of Atlanta are spending M. -a gasoline that provides the utmost is all unblended J '
Jacksonville vacation herewith Mr. and Mrs. gasoline a pure, ,
Leviton and \Mr.\ and Mrs. II, L. THE BRUNTLike in motor performance. high-test product. i'

Ml!I s Thelma Andreu of Stuart, Brownlee,
I Is thi, uest: of her aunt. Miss Han, boxing some huge world-carrrl- -, '
ash 'sw.ndell.Mr See the P. T. A. benefit STANDARD
contest at Lawtey, Sept. 2nd. La- ing Atlas, flanking supports OILCOMPANY

James Milton has returnedMH'clenny bor Day. your business ventures. Get INCOMPONATEO: IN KENTUCKY '
to / the acquainted with the "strongman. bog ,
after spending ;;: Mrs. C. A. Futch and
hovel*st three months here with the Mr.Merrill and and Mack: and Mr. ." Talk to your own Planning a :Motor ,stadatal! Oil Touring Srnirw. 426 W. loom Se, IuuWriBe. Ky.
I
) sons ;
Construction Co. and son, l.oul.II.I.a:you So send m. J"'G'led rout ,
and Mrs. O. M. Sistrunk banker. N 1
? from
In Jack- Trip
Thursday
Mr and Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr., Joe, spent last

01 wblie\Gainesville.at the Andrews are spending cottage on a sonville. Bradford County.B'ankBradford Let us route ii wlak 10 jj. eo iHI/urn..Ie.d free of rieur.". Fif f i
Kingeley Mr. and \Mrs. JohQ Lawlor Mrs. Nam.
Lake. Knapp and Mr. Henshaw of Orange County's Financial'Stronghold for you--.'J-. Aldr"M I t

Mr. N T. and children Park motored to Starke Sun- .n STARRED FLA. '
Green of Mr. and AA City !hale '
guests
were t'
Pent at day and
a few .days of this week AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t.
Highland with her parents, Mr., Mrs. George A. Marcotte._ ar

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1 i i I I DEADIVOOD'S "DA YS OF 76"

I i --, How to Poultry Product; 'This deadly poiun:, ."

J : ; Farmers & Farming Raise'Poultry PICTURES VANISJIED."tVESTI street( mendicant "whl. n I' i

ternally la one of the ,
-A The production of" poultry products healers of all time Dr,

,'' (fly Agricultural 1 Editor) I ,, in Florida la Increasln, LQU.IW CON/Nd .'NTqfta wife complahi of pains II'..

... '- --- ------,- ----..--- -- .- -- -- I By Or L. D.: LeGear, V. S. twice as fast as I the population of V AOWGGD toy bai-kT"
St. Louii, Mo. : "Yes", said the small
I i
I the state, declared L. M Rhode< N II,,n
i'' a Farmers and Truckers Arc Invited to Contribute Ar- Dr.LeGer!I..ntjuiltv of the Ontario 1 with the gray derby.
I Veterinary Coll cue, 1B9Z. 'Ihlr.,..l* tate marketing commiss over, I Ia I'n
ticles of Farm Experiences and Methods ]Found years of veterinary prfttrtceon d....._ "Does she have dizzy )> 1 l
of II... Mock and poultry Eminent talk befor.a the poultry sertlo refuse to "get up and ('(Jill
', To IJe Best Suited to Our Country uthortrr on poultry end tock reitlnif. ''Ilf
Nationally known poultry bred.... of Farmers' Week. The state (i Is breakfast In the morning'

1_ .. .. _.I Noted author and lecturer. 'now producing,: only about l half of "YeM," Raid the smalli.i) i, 'sot
I with the
the poultry products consumed Mt: gray derby.
'- ilitlrtoXX1'l1i; ( I "Does she have swollen ,,,, ,
To Combat Medfly Rhodes said, to there ,la ampl: "II ?<
Struggle I XATCK.U.1 imooi( \n METHOD i room for expansion. I and retime to do anything/ ud
TH.VT IN'hfltl-J: Hl'CCiHS In the Opening period for thEl I 'R. the house?"

Sure To Meet With Success I poultry facilities, which his burea I I kt4Pc: "Yes," said the smallli. Inlln
rankln: with the
known high derby.
I A well Is now able to offer In marketing gray
;' TY fj --- I church official of other days I Is poultry products In Florida. A "Is she always comix'", '''I''
"\'U Win Out;' Declares t>rHaroliI md the first few thousand but : about minor aliments
result of action of the last
credited with having said, "Glv I a legislature -
Hume, Representing your job and mine will not be fir- I "Yes," Bald the small!!' ii
a poultry marketing ape- II ) '4 : ''I! "
.) he
six
Is )
I until the hit me the child until year : with the
I'lurtda i'oree's WagingWi lulled we get very clallst and a market news special: I _. gray derby. 'W I ,11I1
:. 'r Upon IVtIn one( I can tell you' that Is a big old, and I don't care who has him lot have recently been employed, II I a bottle."

State.t4.f assignment.." I after that" In other words, thIs and these men will devote their Arriving home, he kt j
---- Effect: of QuarantineDealing T-Z wife on the cheek
famous prelate believed that allY; time to helping to devlop market I
"'Ve'il win out!I" with quarantine regu, I Influence exerted on a child dur and give out market Information I "Hello, honey" said tiilah

.f.v pI. Those were the prophetic words rations as first promulgated the. I formative wa Under the present law, each man with the gray; I i 10, ,
; uttered by Dr. Harold Hunie, I'e-* speaker placed special emphasis on Ing the tender years group 6f growers contemplatln "Shut your eyes and ope. ,''T
presenting the Florida forces wag the action of the federal author!- much more Important than anylhing organization la required to confer Indiana In war paint and eagle | "Days .of '76" march along the old mouth"
Ing war on the Mediterranean ties for t'he protection of othe which, might come later with the state marketing commie- feathers, squaws In quieter garb on trail to the placer mines under the *
I, v fruit fly, at the close of an illumInating //'Ita' tn. With the first round of Much the same principle 'may be Bloner, who will make Investigations horseback dragging their tepee pole keen critical eyes of men who panned Pensacola Sherrill on "m,
with behind them; ox teams, gold In the seventies and built the
dejectedly erecting new
chicken raIsing pany storage t ,
educational and spirited 'he battle won, he felt sure there applled--to' >mk i It(
to the probable success
as
with -first log cabins on Main street and
emigrant prospectors !
wagons
\\v address delivered last week in the would be a new stay of regulation) out straining .the logic too great of the organization, the speake I pick and pan a troop of cavalry In the Forest Hill. ,oil terminal here.
: '. auditorium of the University of placed !In effect. What theRe ''y- said. The marketing: bureau will .blue uniforms of the nineteenth cen- Visitors to the celebration, now In Tallahassee State road ,\fpartment'opened .
a t Florida as part of the program of would be he would not venture to Natural brooding with hens i Is give every possible assistance to tury, and the old Deadwood stagecoach Its sixth year, come In luxuriously over I bids for con 'n 1"1, '
annual Farmers' Week. predict but he did believe they the easiest and simplest way when co-operative associations, he add all trek back to Deadwood once the Chicago & North Western the lion of eight road and five trudge) (!
C tit Dr. Hume, presented by Dr,; would permit or the moving of the comparatively, few chicks .are: ti ed. B year to live again the days of 1870 pioneer railroad to the Hills, In less projects In the state.
+ that made the town In the gulch the time from Chicago than It took the
Wllmon Newell, head of the StateJ joining season's citrus crop under be raised, as on many farms and bureau State highway dep rtml>n' 10
I The aim of the marketing -
most famous of all frontier mining old stage to cross the Sioux reservation -
j"rY : > Board as the greatest authority crtaln: well defined restrictions, with: practically all of the so-called Is to build up a system of. camps. Time turns back and the fifty- from the Missouri river, and find complete construction of nun
tn) rl on the fly and its eradication inch as processing for market and 'back yard flocks." This method carload sales of live poultry I In.: three years between the ,great gold entertainment In the revival of the highway No. 4 from Deliav n'nrn
( went Into complete details ihe shortening of the shipping sea relieves yon, to some extent, of Florida.: For this work the bureau -, rush and the steady mining of todayare hard pioneer life of the seventies. The south to Boa: Raton! In IK-MI ru-
'p'; i 'ncerl1lng the pest, but never son. In connection with the abort- the constant watchfulness neces has secured F. W. Risher, forgotten. The mountain-fort- most Important feature of the Days of ture.
artlflcally raised chicks. ressed town might be two hundred '76 celebration Is the parade in which -- -- _.
note of season Dr. Hume expressed the with
once did he allow a pessi- er "ary who for the past few years ha
burden miles off the railroad again, and gold all the phases of the frontier mining
much of the
mism to Into what he had that the will be The hen takes
hope crop
creep new been doing this type of work 1 1/1|/ dust the medium of exchange.The camp amble the narrow Main street In
n; ,1; to say nor did he fall to pay full short "for it will bring the grow. off your shoulders] by protecting, North Carolina with remarkable I annual "Days of '78' celebration : the gulch between buildings that Blip yt f v y { r A r
fP Ji' tribute to Florida gro'wers and others jrs more money and simplify the teaching, and exercls'ng: ,the success. I held this year on Thursday. Friday behind long fronts again for the three r
) connected with the Industry for movement.. chicks. and Saturday. August 8, B, and 10, la days. Indian dances, a reproductionof
i what he said amounts to '100 percent 11n IKII-N I'nlK'llcierA! If you select this plan, the time< 8PI.'UINH! I :M1IIY lfo \HS something more than a spectacle, a the Cuater massacre, placer mining.
+' ca-operutlou. Without that, In concluding his remarkable to start Is 'vhen the first chick .ANJ H.WI2 .\ (OOI> TIM 13) I pageant) or a celebration. It is a vivid,. faro games and roulette wheels, sham
.;- I,' ,. admitted, the light would have address, Dr. Hume dealt with the. breaks oirtofthe shell. Visit the Vl'msn1tHms': : \VIKI: I I living, historical picture of the van- battles between soldiers stage-coach''and Indians,
ished Wee t,-the only annual western a hold-up of the furnish
,. I is l bei-n hopeless.) human .element in the situation, nests frequently and remove biokun --- I vent 'that !Is not a rodeo. Dead wood'* en tort tlnment teinoc n and evening.
; Starting: with the premise that showing/ that In the present Instance shells so that they will'not slipover M.trend T are up at Gainer I _. .
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the visitation of the Mediterranean I the reaction of some Individuals the ends of eggs and mother vllle at r.4rmers': Week and havIng Not Keen fur the ChmnpioiLshlp;! perplexed, .\ I
fruit fly Is but a continuation of Is exactly the same as I It unhatched chicks. Watch' the hem the time of our lives. We have "Thank I you--thank you--lad \ I
man's scrap for life and existence I was when the corn borer the Jap carefully. Some hens have a ten... been corning! ; to Farmers' Week I Their boss was a popular( young .:es. and gentlemen--from the
he traced human history from the anesea beetle and other like pests clency to desert the nest as soon as meetings for several years and find fellow who had managed somehow uottorx of my .heait--,but--er._- 1 oft can enjoy\\ roarvacation

very, beginnings showing that I wejo> discovered In many sections one chick has hatched. Ether: them always of :interest ,and value to divide his attention between tag\: how anent this cup? la this apermanent ueitcrf
S while man has been successful in of the country. He said there was confuse such a hen to the nest un- We are sure going to try to keep golf and business with considerable trophy-or do I haveto

conquering the great: beasts of the I always some one to be found who tit the batch Is completed or trans'fer on coming to Farmers' Week at' success In both fields of effort win It three years In succession If you go away 1 bating your (tome
i1.s'r.' animal world, he has found a far would stand up and declare the her to a broody coop, puttlnp/; toe College of Agriculture of the He had won the previous to hold it?" anti 11".1,,_ a.I."ua'y pmlvrlnlwllh ,
4 1 stlffer battle.. in coping with the whole thing Is a fraud and delusion the eggs and chicks under some University of Florida for -a long season's local amateur championship. --- 4Vlioii sound clock fine InNumner.
a smaller animals, the Insect world. taking it for granted his! other hen. time." And now came the glad \ Time 1 is tin Object It will |pay you to have your Iiumr-,
j' lv The advent of the trust fly he large audience bad heard the wise Watch also. for nervous, restless This year there are a number ol news that his wife: had presented nee. neciU. reviewed and l rcvlntl. ifdcer.ary
yi considered to be the severest test ('racks that the Mediterranean hens that shift about a great deal. people here who were here last him with a bouncing pair of lioys. Excited Lady (telephoning to *
% yet presented Florida men and (volt fly has been operating! In They often crush the newly hatched year, and some who have been The employees got together; and insurance broker"I: want 'to Insure Start your vacation knowing thai all.
women, Known for at least one Flor'rla! the last thirty or forty chlcka. Remove chicks from Farmers b will and your property fcly prolectnl.
h sro for \ arly every promptly decided that the Joyous my garage and car at once .. Our advice la without olli-
.'. i hundred years, the Mediterranean )years and that the present campaign ,such hens as fast as they hatch. Week. It seems almost like\ meeting : event should be commemorated! bya Can I do it over the phone?" gluon.J.
;t T fruit, fly was discovered in London : la only a ruse, a trumped uij'olta Once the hatch Is completed, the up with old childhood: friends sliver cup. .Insurance Broker (mllcjiy!] surprised
In fruit that had come from Af to give a lot of men federal next step Is to transfer hen and LO.see these people who have been .I The proud and happy father received ) : "Perhaps I'd better send R. DAVIS & CO.
rica. Since then the damage has state Still another chicks to appropr'ate!: brooding "
and jobs. prediction here so many times. That Is one : the speeches and congratulations ft man- INSURANCE
rr !been appalling in the destructionof current in some quarters Is quarters. These, of course, will pleasure we always get out of with becoming pleasure Excited Lady (frantically) :;
host fruits in almost all countries that when the money gives out the have to be prepared In advance. farmers' Week-meeting old and but when the'eup was handed to "I've got to do it Immediately: I START, FLORIDAHere's
i of the world) located in the fly will have disappeared. such quarters usually consist of a new acqualntences. him, he appeared embarrassed and tell you. They are both on flre"
WI J tiopk's and sub-tropics. fainting the other sde! of the good weather-tight coop that Is Another pleasure we always get
_. 1 MvntinVntloii i Positive!!! ,)tctu>'e. Dr. Hume pointed with free from draughts. One side .of ant of these meetings Is the new I -. --_. --...---- "' ""' ''' '"-r--' ,., ,., ..... .,., .-,.'''

))1', Hume came out with full pride to the better reaction of the the coop Is partly open as a rule, icttualntances we form. We meet ..' .. ,,' ,',
.1 '' oiunhania: on the point people who 'have, as he put It, given to provide sufficient ventilationand ,tow people every year who are Interested I I '"',
ji ,ey fication of the fly has that'ldentl-t practically one hundred percent to let the chicks run In and: In doing the best kind of ,I I
Cp I'' tive, explaining that support to the eradication out at will, when the weather will farming and making the best of .
,,r wan first discovered In program. "This co-operation must permit. On this side there shouldbe ppoitunltles In their communities I
#. last April, specimens were sent to I (['ontlnup. until victory comes and a runway or small yard so the and a'kind of kinship springs up I _$
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the department of agriculture at victory cannot come until the last hicks[ clln(get out on the ground between us. We feel like Joining i d ,
4. Washington inhere Professor Fly Is exterminated," said the tor the needed exercise. hands'and working together for : ,
Creen made Immediate Identification. speaker. And he added, "It can be Coops should be thoroughly he, good of all of us. I : : ,
"Our authorities were not. lone, it Is being done but the end cleaned, disinfected and aired for Mary Is learning how to make a ;
rl 'fUll lilt to tnke a chance, they I la not yet and what we'need Is several days before chicks:; are lot of pretty things by attending n E.
wanted to be dead certain of what more money and more men and a placed In then Under no clrumstance's the women's programs. They tell
: it was and they soon found out," continuation of the finest demonstration : feed the hen cracked her a while! lot about improving ':
I said the speaker. ever made that Floridamen grains. She should be fed whole he home, making baskets and
i Inspection which then Blurted and women have backbone." corn as the chicks may eat small rugs, lamp shades dresses: and .; ,
;8.. from the Orlando area, has since Dr. Hume, sounding a final notef particles with serious or even fatal things like that. Mary has certainly ,
a spread to more than seven million > warning, Bald "There la only results. Carry the chicks in a box come out In the last few ;,
)' acres; how much farther It will go me thInk to do and that Is remove 01' basket well lined and covered. tears since she has been takingn : '
will be Impossible to determine every host fruit. When we do that to: avoid chilling them, and carry these meetings, and strange taiay
until at leash another 12 months nowhere else the hen under your arm. Place "'
we will w'n! because I don't see where the expenses :' I '
., d ,, by which time the next crop will on God's green earth has the the: hen in the coop and gently slip ,have been any greater either. <, :,, _.. "

a have been disposed of. Mediterranean fruit fly met with the: chicks under her. The ma'n trouble for me Is that : "'
The life cycle: of the fly was described the fight we are putting up"- I Even In the best weather it Is I can't attend all of tile programs L .
.. in detail, traced from the hose were the concluding words I best to confine the chicks to their at one time. ,There are good talks .
egg, deposited( in a hole made by of> one of the most brilliant and marters for the first two or three in farm crops and livestock topics .,..
t '. the mother fly In the skin or rind addresses of Farmers' days. Otherwise they may roam -
fruits
mportant citrus and other tropical ..-.r _..;ji:'' "Y ...
; of the host fruit to the matured \Meek. The, audience arose in spon- too: far away. They also need protection edam, grapes, berries!, bulbs and 4";,"" ;' :,i: ,'foI. '" : rf\I":
I.,; fly emerged from the soil, a period aaeoin applause against hawks, rats, cats other small fruits and ornament-I ':sf: ,F- ii
'.. ot time ranging from 16 days to a t and other enemies. aiR, poultry, track crops
,:, a T, month depending on'cllmallc con- *I*: ] ,:Tt IJKST: TIMH;] Keep the hen confined until the a., world of good material Is to be One Tough !
Il> f yi ditions. TO I PLANT HWFKT 1'IUtf: chicks are weaned and under noondltjon iad However, I have to pIck out Baby
i Dr. Hume explained that there rou CHUISTMVS: BLOOM: let her out under two he subjects hi which I torn most
1 are two main methods to be followed weeks: Even then do not permit nterested, and attend those RTeetngj. -
In extermination of. the fly, Gainesville, Fla -September her to run at large.) Keep her'ln.he I always learn a lot of stuff
I one being destruction of infested ond October are the months for runway, allowing the chicks irhlrh helps me In my farming I Goodyear Heavy Duty Cord
V. t fruits; the other poisoning of the planting sweet' peas for winter .o range outside It you wish. She then I get back home.
.j .:. adult fly. As to the first method lowers, says W. L. Floyd profes- vlll keep them near at hand by Then we are having a Jolly good + .
d, Dr. Hume made it clear that such Bor of horticulture In the college constantly clucking and calling to ime throughout the week also. ItIs -
host fruit as suranlm cherries and of agriculture. Those planted In them so they get plenty of exer- almost like irplcnlc, and we dd: Do you work hard, play. hard, DRIVE hard ? v. ,.,-
. r.r1G guavas favored fruit of the fly, leptember will: make flowers by line. _ir the hen Is allowed free lave. a picnic Wednesday after- '
will have to go it being a question )Christmas, while those planted in range she Is likely to tire the noon. We jive good entertainments Then here's yaw tire!
of a carload of grapefruit or or- ctober should bloom In January chicks: out. She many also lead every night, and there I I. not .
.. anges against a bucket of guavas. The seed should be planted from hem: through wet, cold grass, a., dull moment. A "-**', !glutton for punishment. You never saw the
tl Ton of Sugar; t'wil hree to tour Inches deep. A trench chlJlng: them too much.: Yes sir, we are sure going to
the desired depth finally decide to give ro<*a: its afraid of. .
you
'Gyt Describing the materials used hould be dug When ount on attend'.l1g Farmers' Week
in poisoning the pest, it was re and the seed dropped In about two he brood their full freedom, release ach year. '
vealed that the fly fighters have nchea apart. They are then cov- them rather tate in the day More G-xxlyear plfbs.in: it. More Goodyear Hub-

used considerably more than a red about 'two, Inches deep leav- he first time. Each succeeding Celery growers of the Sanford- b .- in it Reinforced ribs in its side ails.
i million pounds of sugar and 145- Ing the remainder of the soil In ardge lay advance the time- little until Oviedo section met at Sanford,
., r 000 pounds of lead arsenate to : beside the trench. As the hey are out a full day. Friday night to discuss methods A .Weather Tread on its face.
date in spraying the trees and that seedlings-begin to come up the soils Watch hens careful from this of crop financing for this season ) '
"I only two-thirds of a pint of the worked over them until the ;Ime- on. They do not know exacty and principles looking toward the Power-traction,-m sage-that's the new Good-
mixture Is needed per tree. Answering !:round Is level. hoW' many chicks they have and armatlon of a satisfactory coopratlve .
criticism from some quarters The soil on which sweet peas nay lose one or two. Also look association. Linton E. Al- yea Heavy Duty Cord We have it Come set lorI

,.I. that no progress has been are to be grown should have plenty after them in the same way when Ien. president of the Sanford At- I youiselt The price is absolutely right
made Dr. Hume stated that there of organic matter. In addition! sudden showers'come up. A hen antic National Bank, stated that ,
are many less flies In Florida today about one pound ot t commercial vlll often leg It back to shelter the Sanford-Orledo Truck Growers
than there were In April 'ertlllzer should be used for each leaving one or more hapless chicks 'ncorporated. had available $12.- ,. Matt Order Prices
J thanks to the co-operation of the auare\ yard planted. Select the Q-t' the mercy of the elements. 500 of the $35.000 capitalization' Right at Home ...

people and the effectiveness of '[ heavier soils for sweet peas when-- The hen may continue tQ mother ecessary to form an Agricultural 2I> .I.IO ___:.____ $0.10 nO\t3 t.::: Cl. __ .,. _i $,"i'"i
; the methods and materials used In ever possible, advises professor the chicks anywhere from six to Irndtt: Corporation, which ,repre- I 3Ov4.no ___ __ 11I6.08 ao\a: I.::: o. H. ______ 95.35
) ', the fight. To prove his assertion, Moyd.< I welve weeks and even longer. entaaboiit 25 per cent of the ce ,- 80\1:1: : I.::: SS! _A___w 9.,.S531t
3Ih5.00: ,
hena are ____ lfll>.10
t brooded by
attention was called to the fact When the plants each a height Chicks ery growers of that region, to bor- ______ ____ JIII).=:S
Y that at the beginning of the fight of)> two or three inches they should much more likely to become Infested ow for crop financing $162,600 3hJOO: ------, 9n.it.-s: .. .__ __ __, ($D.O"i
t there were as many as 500 tiles ie thinned to a distance of four with vermin. This can be rom the Federal intermediate: ':lh5.5: ::: .' _______ ato. ') ii21: 1-::: _____ '.::1.00 ,
: to a tree In. the Orlando Infestedarea. nohes apart. Light poultry wire voided by dusting the hen at :redlt bank located at Columbia, a.i\( .oo ______ *1 4.20:: 3ld _________ $IO.OO
1 After systematic spraying) hakes a very good trellis. Tho frequent Intervals with a good lice S I. C. ?
i.. tl the total dropped to an average I I plants should be watered at least powder> This should" be done the "i : Get Out, Your Catalog and Compare=: We Give Ser-

of less than 48 and today.hardly once & ,week during dry weather. /drat time before the hen la set and Tarpon Springs Ground brokn vice and Meet Mail Order CompetitionRITCH'S
:' a fly la to be found. ta sweet peas require a lacge then three or four days before the for new 920,000 grapefruit .'
Here he sounded a note oft amount of water.If hatch Is done. Do not use the aiming plant at Tug well &: Wise-
? warning against being too opt red spiders or plant lice attack strong lice powder on the hen man, Inc.. at corner of.Dlston ave- SERVICE STATION
: nils tic. Said he: "I believe we' this' plants spraying and dustIng while the chicks are quite young ne and Seaboard Air Line tracks. x,
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will get rid of the fly If we keep' will be necessary Dust the ta it may! kill the chicks. Later. State highway No. 13 will be reirfaced -
;.. up the fight to a flnlsn; It wall red spiders with sulphur and spray the regular lice powder may be I between Starke and Law- Starke Floridapr
easy to get rid of the first million( the; ; lice with tobacco extract used. Itey.

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II'IM-" Ch "i" ,('r. Gcnrva;, UnrriM.ltihirtn \. : will b<- on lialid to ht .11' his tuldrcKH ,,' I., d 1 I &OTICK OF PPI.IC X'.'1OFOIt > '., !,'!", M 1 'III,,, I. ,I. 'I, I i II L'', Ti.tt II \
'1" I, .1''. .::1. I" : ',"'1 ,: 1 1IT' T\.X IIKK.II: : -IIMI >. Si.iuii' i! i "UK : I.H: .1, i.oii- ,' '
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Ward. "r "
Mildred Cone and An act ot tile' 1019 legislaturesponsored 1 [)' ,''d 21" UOI pii'-r' h"ld'I' nf Tax
Mlii Brown,, Mesar\ *. O. J. Mott I (1", duo II. :(,1.01 4th 'lay of July A. 1. I'IJT. haxIlleil Iin th Oran 3pe4d. 1,1" f*
by Governor Carllon ,' lul.l.h..I-U.luln. nnld C"itlflAte In n olMcc and unlc. anld be rafleomed i 1{,
I ludliwel1! Ward, Malcoltmt andH.irrell wh'cli placed a\ tu on Ietroleunprodlll.t .IT. 111, due :, : mnile iti'| 'llcntlon for tax d",1, to |rtuue according- law tax d. d .,.'
: : !19 r tbe Ilth If
day
Ilt :11 thereon In with law.
I word lamp cato myTeet and light Marcus Conorly and Lloyd stored within the\ state', To l> .I'nl.ct"d HI HUP ..OOI S.I,1 <- aO".I'dUI.omiiracex Iho fol- :1f\: b enDnID* I
unto
Thy is a my palh.-Psalm 119:105.: I 'h.h'h..l 1.1 .rtfl."t.- Mtualed thin 3th day of Auifunt, A. \ ,
I Barry. and from which an a'nll'llatei1annull I I"wlnl fl..P. .!
!, To bnl. iluo' July I. _- 610.1.41By County. : 1. III. I
;:;' ''l'n-nt.' d of 3'frlUtli. All religious! teaching doctrine Messrs. W. II. and Troy Thomas revenue of U .60.000 was unit, ,'ol""I"d ,112._ 1743.Ill :,rrtlu.H, \ itmrter Itl"n:: 'ih'IU41tel' t O. W. A'"nKHMAN.
or I To ( rjwrli of
1929 MXI0.43Oiitndimllnir Circuit
.: I u. Section I'll. Towut 6 S..MUII Scal
i we- "eed, it they are to have any claim were visiting frlenda here last SUHilay. to bo! received was found( constitutional \al luo 21 I ICnxt. Bradford County 1 Cnlrt ,I

the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with I following hearing before To bal. dlif July 1, 1B2 ..., :J.on! Hnnlo awMi-nHini-nt of nntd property 1-9.ll.9.1 ,
traon of Jesus the Christ whose words lit into fold ny amt. collected __.,., iindfr' ; the mild oM-tlflvule, (HHiicd wan
teachings! every and crevice! Mrs. Maggie Button I of CThlnesVlle Circuit Judge E. C. Love nt ( I 'ncy To ._ I,
I Ihe heart nnd of whom it was said in John 7:46 bf! due> Julv 81. 1820 1653.4sliliw'M In the name of Mrx. J. W. Carter, -I'] t
human } : "NEVER MAN .npent several days he-re with this week. This decides\ the action. % I'cnMlim Fun>l. I'liloHM wuKI certlflcnlii nhall be re- -- .
"A...KE LIKE ThIS MAN. TO bill I. dun July 1, 1921 __ 130. 1My dceinod ucrurdlnK" to law, tax daed In the Circuit Court" of the Tw ,
ntyHlxth -
her of the
-- tax
mother Mrs. Mott. Against! one meas- unit, i-ollooted ? .. .. : will IHNUO mi 91 li dny' ofSi'ptembor '

n-t!, n coraiith wisdom and unmiliag years later. This was replaced byUcrod's Mr. Hosswell Ward! was transacting -" 'urewhich> has met with political To bnlx' due July SI. 192ft ._ tO.2 ,thunol. IhC. In and .Tudlclal for Clrlul, nf 1lorl"l. I .
I Vlnr St K t>att l thiN 6th \ )
.rr.'h.r. day of AuffUNt, A. ,
? Answer, Job 28:20.4utlonft : temple begun about IS business In Jacksonville last ,. opposition, the other gas tax law To bnl. clue July 1. 2(121.10Hy ( n. Ht2'J. hA ry.

d. ycara< before the birth of Christ Monday. awaiting decision of the supreme .mt (ouph"1 ___10l._ ._____ 7.S2 1). '\'. ALnRllMAN. n. Alexander- i.U ..n"Complainant..' Title I ,
'.! To July 31, IWm > ) ClerK of Circuit Court, L
I"l J: llrinRjlarhew Ulf'f'IHhllt" and which stood until destroyed Miss Bill Wynn ot Hampton, court. This latter law which dUi J. Vt. MAN.Ilrjt (8e'11) riradford l'ounty. Florida. John VM.C. Richard ot Bin, j,.A- 1\''{""

B: 10 11. 12. Jesus I I.hld by the Romans about A. IX 70. It 1 passed through here last Sunday. placed an extra cent on gasoline By Blanche 8-9-St-O-fl D.tendant.. '1 "J \" _

J messed .are 'they which are was this temple built by Herod Mr. D. L. Jones was transacting was found constitutional but Its NOTICE I. ;
|1-: To John ,
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\I( : 'I'n Rli-hard livllvlduaily j i'j
I el8f iited for righteousness' sake In which! Christ sat and taught bushiest),, in Jacksonville last methods of distribution ot funds I H"\T.nl NO'I'J'J nv .U'I".H''I'IO; \ IOHTAX .nd an' trustee for Sophia ( i. .- ,,"'1- ; '

llielr's Is the kingdom ot heavD and perfomed( miracles. Since its Monday. In equal amounts to the counties -port of the condition of the II.U "rM, Win H. tlnunder*. McQueen ,'I'I'"i i
for Tlunk nt Slnrkc. nl StftrUe, In theHttite Inlnl"rN and 8allle Saunclorn (af i '
en. I I nicssed are ye when men destruction there has been, no templa Mr. Herscheli Brannen was vlsIfng was, disputed. | of Flnrltn, at I the clone of bunln !.cT"I! hereby vrm D. AV.: married to Joa. H. Wymm) : '. .1
and and the "BH 1929. Moore of Tux No. John .CI.n"me. N. J. Jonev, tha un
Jews friends
revile persecute "appear not to In Lake Butler last 2lth.
you, ,
shall < nr .N .154 4th day of July A. M. 1"21.. known helrn, or I
IOU, and shall nay all manner of have followed the Moslac form of I Sunday. Despite the tact that those who I.onnn find discount: Ut3.R 9.n niril, aald ...rlll'ul" In my 011' rrnnteen" of dovl..o.. legal"1, d..o"e'l; 'i' 1 "

___________ mitd a tax lnIMUQ Uobert U. Cole .,
SSI.18 Mm.
for sacrifice and 11,1"1 ; -
falsely Mr.
my temple worship. Our L. n. Oainey Ov.rdr.rN "
transact
you was suit\ the
;rll agl1.nllt(! brought; against gas tax .* hon,' 7.660.01] nct-ordance with law. tlen and her hunbandVndnn "
late l2! He3lce' nnd *""e exreed- lesson closes with the 84th psalm ing business In Hellbronn Springs have also brought one against the Unl.,1 and municipal. Said .1111'.1110 embracoH the follow- whoMB chrlHtlnn tinme In unknown); I I \ i .

great Is reward expressing reverence and devotion last Monday. i ondn ________._ A2.000,10Al Inn d M"I'II.,1 property "ltu.I"l In MrB. I'arm.lla A. Teul and her huM- \ ,J
for your ,' .
lInd' 1929 law which placed commercial :
J g other Ton.1. ______ Iolnly. l'lorl heaven for BO persecuted they to God and his place of worship. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan were motor lines under the author Furniture Nurthweitt" 1lurl.1 lr Northeuwt 1'.m.' la unknown) ; Mm. Caroline ,

f be o prophets which were before I "How am'uble (lovable) are thy transacting business In Starke last ity ot the railway, commission a Oth"r> Fixture llenl.I _KptHte.!___owned______ 1.100.00! r2rj:. .20dl'I : 40 7 ai-ren.Southllannu I HoKell(nhonw and chrlntlan her mime hunnnd unknown-llo.ell); I, .

tabernacles O Lord of hosts! My Friday. total of 112 motor lines have ask I'hlhn. and other renourroH D.0911 111.1": The ." Hald property Mrn. Julia A. hor ""*- I' ',
YOU tinder certificate iHHUvd Yourj.nd
Lord's hand is not soul longeth for the Courts of Mr. Ellis demons Tax Certificate!! 2,13.11 th. .hi wan b.II., "hnMe cnrlntlannaniu I \ :'
prayer The and son J, E. ed permission to operate under Cnrh .n hand and duo from In lha of J. Iliiuner.l'iil.i IH unknown): rN. A HIM V. tf f '.

shortened that It cannot save; the Lord messed are they that of Fort" Pierce was visiting friends this new law It was announced by ilunkH __ ____ 204.202.03 .N Maid certificate to law.Hhall'lux be dwed redeemed ISelUB and her hunband. -llela.iwbufte I '

neither is Ills ear heavy" that. It dwell in J.hy house." and the golden and relatives here last week.Mly the commission this week. This Total ':_____huUU.272.4 will I.HI.aN'o.IIN th.rp.n on Ihe Din day otSeptember Mrn.( Mary chrlntlan Ixmnlnon name and I I. unknown-Uennlnon )-; '' -

,annul hear. text says. "I was glad when White legislative: act is one designed to Cnpltal Stock 1.ln 1111., .___ IS.flnO.OO 1 Hi I i-d thin, A.6 1 til:1. :day.of AuffUHt, A (whone chrtntlan namo IH UI'I' I 1 I.,''"'

they said unto me, Let us go Into The death angel entered the place all carriers on the same tax StirpluH Kund !11id_ _II_____. S 36.000.00 n. 1129. 1 i known eorKo; JIH. KHcn Cllrn, unmni-ried, 13 I, f"

I the house of the Lord." home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. White ation basis and Is expected source Undivided pl'olla _____ 1".87I (Soa'I.rk a. w. of-Circuit Court, called ( ." Jnh"rlRn. .om.tlh3.; )lrL ,I", '
I _________ 407.125.S1 I
SUNDAY SCHOOL, ..pO.It <\ Hometlinen I;
Is the church the and took their llradford County, Florida.
LKBSON to us center ot from home"thelrbeloved of ait annual half million dollars' l.bllle. ___ 452.24 8-9-5t-9-6 H" Illl.rlan.. each nnl all

all things? Are we glad to go daughter Lily White. She Increase in state revenue. of the lol..rmnn.I living uiul If ;"
Total ___, _______ 1548.272.42
u. either, all be the .
I' _I there? was In Id to rest at Antioch cemetery ot any or dead un "
Slate ot Bradford '
'IOI'III. county NOTK i': OF iri.irvrioFOU known helm, devlneen, leKHteoH and i : .
Ai'cirsT ioa .. last Monday Aug. 19. That the "eyes of the nation" MH.t tI 'I'\ uaI': :" I or frrnnteen, of each who dead, '.'
roil 71, U. J. Flavin, cuHhler of the above and all '
IMIKSISYTKIIIAN'; ; She leaves to mourn her death. are yet on Florida and ever ready named rlo Holeninly tiwear thnt I I'"uun. claiming any rlititt.' !
: of the Tem- Iwk. title Interent -
Rebuilding In
or unit tn the follonIntr
Subject: ,
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Not 1"0 In P. \"
that
her mother and father and three any show ot improvement Is the Ibov. In true to the hl"'Iy ulven dcHcrlbnd, land nttuuttd in liluJ- I''
l> -my knowledge and belief, holder of Tax Certificate No. '
ile. (Rev. O. II. Lowry. Minister.) brothers, Fred Billy and .':. J., and brought out In a story given wide It U In reKponxe: to olllclnl :100'9. ford county "Florida to-wlt: I
"I when :Ihft' of A. 111.7. tin Tho Kant '
Golden Text: was glad tho 81. day July 1. hii ( ii: <,) of Lot No. 1, 'k\.,
Services two sister Ethel and Blanche besides number of North report by comptroller One (1) and Three '>
'hoy Bald unto me, Let us go Into August 85, as follows: circulation by a of .talo of Klorldn. tlNI I Bald certificate In my (, and .t 'Lot No. .1.1Nn.

'he house ot the Lord." Psalm 10 a. m., Sunday school .T. M. her grand-parents, and other ern newspapers. "Florida Koeplng EOT-A 11 .J.-: 1"IVI8.: Cannier.COU11 ."pll..t.n for tax."deed with law.Hulil tumid ((3)). Five Twenty-nix(I) and Heven((2
Truby Supt. Topic"Rebuildingtho relatives. Its Spirits High" Is the heading: K. H.' i-ertlllcnto IH'l.n.embrnceM the pint t of Orlfflnnl I Town of Ktnrko. 1\

122:1.Lesson: Temple." over a story written by J. C. Royal. A. M. JAT"JlnVS., ing dencrlbed property, .lllnl.,1 t.low.II 1, You and eacb pf you are hwrebv I : '"
Text: Ezra 3:10-13: ; J. ,V. ANIMll-.WH, Si'. Uritdford eOlnlf. .' ,,' notified that I. B. Alexandnr has -
''Ezra 6-14-18 Psalm 84 14. 11 a. m., Morn'tif? worship ser I It hm to do with the IfnvaHlon of .NI.t' h'u.t In.wl' of flleil herein hlH nworn bill of cnmnlnlrit .
: : ; ; I'h.nr.
"" HuhHcrlried nml
the commendable oworn ,
In lafct Sunday's lesson we read : mon by the pastor "Plsgah Prosports. I II I the fruit fly and me thin 15th iliv: of AiiKiiKt, I..f.r.t'12't.II. 7, South rtungt 22 Kant, i-on- hi" tlllo to the torl'lulJI" duncrlbedInndH I I

if the return of the Jews under > ." I IMI'lTOIj HT.lTi: XKA\H I II : fight against it by the people of K. Mc-ltAli!, Notary I'ubiln.My tll.,111 20 BcreH. and to cln".1 har nnyclnlm
of until either of
81 nnBeHHinent property or .. you or I
7 Christian Endeavor. Flor'da.! conlll..loler expires
: (
i deree' of King Cyrus to Jerusalem p.m. I J JIiSl. undtT the mild cortlrlcntv InHiiud WUM 'you nliY Iav. Ih.r.ln. you and each '
'Topic "Are Foreign Missions MakIng Recommendation that the citrus In Hie nil mo of WIII.Mattulre.ITnlenn of Ih.I..ror. orI.r. to appear i
rebuild the temple. On .
to vald nhnll bo re- and of .
cu'npl.,1 -
iheir return the exiles worked for Progress?" Tallahassee All20.A/ group growers of the state give attention :0'1'J 1'] 0 I" I.a..::1"1'1 OS deputed, A""I'clnM"o.tl'nl.II tax lalnt oi* \n.w'I'thereto It'ol'lln"bil, to I I1.lv

No evening church service until of including nationally to the value of cold storage as a will 1""le on 11. Dili day of on the Twentv-nlx (6th of ,
,i few months In clearing plowing men of Harold C. Wall, mnyor of the A. I 1. AUIUAt. A. P. 192!), penally 1 I'
factor In the equalization mar H"j"p"h.r.
,md planting the land and dress- after September 1.-. known authors as well as a number City of Starke. 1"lorldl. by virtue of duy of AiiKUnt, A'I d.l.r.. pro conf.l"o and final decree :, .. \
Young People's Mission Study of citizens within kets, was made In a statement this authortt vented In mo by Ur> P. 1921. belnK entered nicaliiMt you and .,
,ng their v.'neyards: and groves. outstanding hereby on election to hlWh.Id O. W AIInUfAN. each of you. for failure to appear 1 f,I .
Class Wednesday evening at 7:30.A the have been suggested week by Governor CarUpn. Mr. 'll ( I Clerk of otherxvlae ; )I
'lie they erected an altar on the state at the hall' In the aforenald city Suol 1'1'1 plead I annwei to I the '
cordial invitation to all our by Governor Doyle E. Carlton to Carlton a fruit grower himself by the qunlilleil v"t.rl on "u.lay. Hrndfoid l'lol'ldl. nil Id bill. And It IH ftirtliur ordered 1)j '
September 10th, 1020. once nweek
purpovoof S-D.I.p.e
'o offer their sacrifices, as they services/ extended to all. prepare at series of Florida articles declares that cold storage!!: facilities electhiv the following OIC"I'11On. for four, .uccemilve week* In '

following request from the offer a mean.1) of stabilizing the niuvor.Two MTUi'; \ 1'I.t.H''IO leon the Htnrkn il nr.wnpapur .
did before they were taken cap- nlUetnian. 01 of HP nil 1'lf'"llllfll published In ,

'''Ires to Babylon. Of course only MKTHOIMSTDr. ; Literary Digest. This publication: market. > On. c.rk. U."llMul..r and lax col.lector. ." 1'II.a.a: ) ,aid county, Florblu.WltneoH -.,f
mv hand ofllclal niulIhln '
Hie olJer people could remember asks for Information co'verlng every of One tax.nBKenBor.on N'otlce In hereby Riven, that I It. \V.Mnor the 24ih day ".nd July A. !>>, .",
Mdomou's temple "or Its altar. S. II. C. Burgln,, presiding phase of development and every There Is no probability tho marshal.lnH *. holder of Tnx Certificate: Nn. 1929. :

elder of the Jacksonville district of the Sunshine state levying personnl property to |>ertnr, of MaId elect Ion V J \. 47. 4lh day of July, A. li. 1927, him O. W. ALDICRMAN,
Then the returned Jews undertook advantage- Governor S.ot. 11. S. Humphrey, T. N. K n- nuld certlflcutu" 11 my olvlce und (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford I.
'o colic -t, by subscription funds will hold the first quarterly conference State the material to be published pay real estate taxes ninclQ npplicHtloii tnx deed tolaiuie ('OUltV. Flurlda.CYUUH \j' f,
III'' Carlton said here this week. A In teHllmoney whereof. I hereuntoMubHcrlb I thereon In Iccll'dane. with H. HMITIIDKAU .
for the Starke charge,
for n. building the temple. The In a special Issue now being pre ** iny nam. n"f, caune, 1h" law..ld ..rtlh'ulo "hl.le.. the Hollcltur for Complainant.. (

I dar and other wood were the Methodist: church here Saturday pared.Tho. statement was mud to the preES weal of the city to lie h"r.un. tulowh'j ...l.rt".d property, wllu-. 7-2U-31-1-23. II i

.rought from the mountains .of evening, August 24th at 8:00 i .: subjects and those who by Attorney General Davis that l to>. 1K2U.fix oil (\11. 7lli day of AUgUMI, wit" : Ih..lrol.11, cUUII) l'lollt.\ ., ,. I

Buckland district this'course could be adopted and North of Houttiwcxtquarter %0'i-irii quarter
Lebanon and were mostly paid forD o'clock. Brother have been suggested to prepare HAIlOt.rt C. WAI-U M\.I.J ,
34 Townnhtp 7,
grain wine and olive oil riro- : lay lender will make an ad the articles are as follows: "Florida's wan prov'ded for under a law !' ATTR"T: Mayor. Soutli 111'te.thl', ll.t.untlllllo 4ti Notice hereby Jl" ,) that undnrnnd '

dress. All church om -ers and I Political Significance and which wn previously en the books A. 1 ucreH.The. by vl.tlo of thlt"'I.tll", FinalDeorve
lured In Judea! ( 11'I.t. ,
under City 8-16-4t-M ppHeHHiuent of naltl property It to".l'IONI'" 11,1. I rendered ,
The actual rebuilding of the members are expected to be pres Power in the Nation" Morton Milford but was not intended to be Clek. uIhr Ihe laid cvrtlllcute Intued wan on July HOMi, 19.9 by I I, :

ent. Everybody is United. Dr.DUI'gln Miami editor."Florldd.'s stood that the state bad 'ullder consideration nama of Unknown. 10norlbl.A. Z. Adklnn, Judire oi tha I J
emple began nearly two years at- prom'nent action of this sort. >OTICHJS'otlie UnlunH Maid cvrtlllcate nholl b, redeemed Twenfy-nlnlli Judicial Circuit In nnd f,
er their return. Our lesson says will preach Sunday morn- Social and [Industrial any acor.tl ; to law tax dQe'wi for HI'Ilord county, l'llrl1l. In that '

When the builders laid the founmtlon Ing at eleven o'clock August 25th. Conditions and Problems," IH horeby glvon to nil concerned I"MIO I .D.. on tlie, Bib day uf I !...rtlin rlIM" .. luw,1 '
1929. complainant and Klla
0 Florida alone in the field of that the City Council of lha t.HI'l..6\ : tHk.r \
of the of the Lord i Crosvenor Dawe who had charge day of AtiBiint, A. otherg Ir. d.re"l.nt. "
temple
FIRST OIIKISTIAX: CHUHCJ industrial states which can Invite the 1930 City of Htnrke, Florida. nit tin* an aBoard IJ. 11129. MlMntd.: a* npeclnl H will M. lt 1
'bey set the pre'sts\ In their ap- of the state's first sur convention of KIwants: and Miami ; of 1'11.1..1'| on TuoNlly. O. W. A LURK MAN. for caHh to the hlKhent ami; bent ,bldiler. : ,

arel. und the Levltes the sons of vey. AiiKiiHt nth ., made I the fol (SIII!) Clerk of circuit I'lurt. In front (if the ""u..thul.. door
Bible! School and communion "Florida's" Great Manufacturing will next year by the scene of this lowll" change* In the tax Bindford County: Florida. In tH"'k., Bradford county, I
\Isaph with cymbals to praise the at 10 due to the combined I.nt HH filed by the IM""MN.* 8-9-5t-9-6 on Monday Heptemher 2ml A. I'., "
"
Lord.> after the ordinance of Dart services each Lord's Day and Commercial Enterprises W. gathering A"M."or for 1929. Notice .In further 1U2!>, dll'IN the lenral lionrn of nal"i .
\ work of the Miami dub and Governor that the City Council will for of nallKfylnK / ', '
o'clock. businessman
king of Israel." They thus morning and L. Wilson well known Doyle Cnrlton. Mr. Carlton nt a 11'1 1".ln" to be held on the 3rd 10'1'1'1': OF'1'X A I'I'I.U''FO": "'Ol final ..-Jun". ''.. r".11, '.ntM. lyIIIHT ', :I
Church services ,
'9-estabIlBhed the old form ot tem- cf Panama City. dRY tPII""tr at tha City Hall In 1):1.:1 Mild belnir In Brariforil ,
evening of the first- Sunday in "Florida's" Agricultural Interests who is a Klwanlau! extended Florid. hlurke It : o'clock p. m.. wil Florida dencrtbed an followM: J
;>le worship but with less of the Bro. .-.' Invitation! at the 1929 sessIon hear' r"ol" 11 Much owtiei-H or" Notice hereby Ilv.n. that n. \V. The Month half of tlii HniithoaHtquarter l'
plendur and and each month by the pastor, Difficulties and Accompllshm aj appear and file com. Moore., holder of Cerll'ut. No of SouthweHt Ciiatter| of !., .
gold precious
Dxon.: of Jacksonville. Nathan Mayo Commissioner and succeeded in getting this PlalntM a* to the v.lulton. an llxed anil. 41 h day of July, A, 1..113. ban Hei-IUin Twenty-two (22)>, ''own"blp '
!I.liPS ot the former temple. Yet nts stats the sole honor of bidding for by the nald Board .,.. and IIlull .ald certificate In nnd MIl (t) Houth Hanne Twenty-two ,
J.
his new be of Agriculture. her.r Inv I-I-IIKHIIH, why tlie valuation* made "I.pll..lon for tnx deed to laHIIU ( ) KiiMt, cuiitalnlnu 20 uvrua more 1 1 (
temple to larger
was tho session next year. Governor b. chanarod. I with law. or 1 Iou. '
han that of Solomon. The tern ........................ "Florida's Physical and. Scen'e Carlton will speak at the Miami latin 2 4 Blk In orlxrlnnl Town :rN. Huld certificate.. ICNI'dnnl'. '* the 1.low- I. R. KNIOIIT.Pneclnl }' 'JJ'\ "j
"
"Is> built Features and Attractions, David Annie lellt-rO to $1000. ing; '1IMCI.lh. property, Mllll.. I la.t"r In Ch.ncel'Y. .I. I
by Solomon was twenty I : BROOKER ; state chamber ot mbefng: the'! twenty-third the day One COI. 26\t feet H of I"! cor.of lirndford County, l'I"rldl. : A. H. :WH. '
ublts broad and thirty cubits Shultz president the cf the "Southto Call ntreet. and run North half nt N..lhw."t quarter. Solicitor for Complainant. 'I J f f8.2lt830
before start
!lUNS 1'carle Onlney commerce."Florlda's. f2n Cull Htrnet 41 1-3 feet t. and "uth half of Mouth.IHt ',quarter, .\ ,,
high
while this new building was ill the North" air race for which | ft. We t 43 1-3 r ,. North 6 ami Hunt '.hr.-'luurl.r. 10,11 J ;
0 be Accomplishments! fyci to hew. Mrn. J. L. Frnxea half of Houthwent quarter
sixty cubits broad 'and sixty ....................0... the Development of Natural Resources event he was asked to make an Minnie Orltn-U500 to. $2000. !iJ, Townnhlp. 7 Houth HUIIKU H"l.tol A"I. NO'I'I'.: IF' Ntl.M OF US.flmt.OO XI : ,
ublts high. In this new temple address. All 22 feet ISuxt acre*. :: tKM'r: "irv OF ar.tiii
here were no ark; cherubs rase otnanna Mr. and Mr .. C. E. Crosby of _Roads, In the Improve of NW cor of nnld 'lot 2 on CNII ntreetnnd ."ntllnln\Tho of nillil' property: I
Jacksonville were visiting friends ment of Public Health Homes, and run South 34 t..t. Ka.t 21'i under nald certificate Indued wun dMJ; ; 1
rod of Aaron nor ,golden The Manufacturer's Record feet. North 34 feet "lr..I. In the name of Unknown.Unlexu ,
Cal Notice l I. that the
hleld and relatives here Saturday.Mrs. Living Conditions. L. Straub thence Went to bey,) nald certlllcate nhall be redeemed hereby glvel "
as In the older tem I'
were ut ( of of f
has City the
of .
Adkn! and children editor of the St. Petersburg Times."Florlda's ways the friend Florida x donth IM'n foet Hlk orlfflnnl a""rlnl to law, tax deed 'olll'l Cly "H.rke.
Gerald
ple. MHO in the new temple "the again come to its aiwlatance and in town. T. .r, Orlnn-$1 OO to $''J700. will Ih.r"on the Uth day ofHeptemlier county) l'lorlil. wIl receive of ,
to the nonled' bid ,
*
who have been spending some Contributions 5 A 25 Ollirlnul A. .
ourt of the worshipers was divldd I.otl UI"'k \ r; of the City of HtarkebuiidH
Its dally bulletin o; August 10 A. $8,000.01)
with friends of the Nations Ilex Ir. Annie 10. Pettlt ,$1200 tintfil till* 5th for the first time Into two com- time In Lake Butler Prosperity editorial to $1800.K'j UI929 up and InMiidliiK: 1'l ht o'clock
returned home last Beach well known fiction author puhlUhes ", front page> lot 1 lotn 357 Block > Cl. W. A p. in., of the 17th day Sept.\ A. U
'artments' of which the c puter endure and relatives saying that Florida's Spirit as inal onl"'. T. Lakev 1 orlA- ( Clerk of T.n"1RI I 1929, nald city hunl.are to be dal.,1
booster.
and Florida 1 1. S.al the firm of 1029,
day July
was known aa the court of week. to .Others." The value Alexander-11500 to 13000. Bradford County Florida or'nl"T (
Inspiration
to be nvrliit I liondx *
'be Mrs. U. W. Qrannen and daughter "History of Florida and Outstanding Lota 5678010 Block fi L. T. and g. -tt- -aMOTICM are '.
heathens. : to
Gentiles Or May her Men and Women'" Jack of this editorial cannot *>e estimated Co.'n addition. Jr.. Carrie t). Rltch Mufid d"nollH.Unu .fl'h r
visiting bear of Mix
'e.not had Pauline were -13600 to Ilter1 rate percent
suppose that the Jews friends of Florida! welcome
\Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Palney Lacey director Capitol Facts Ser and Mouth 10 $ lot 7 and all lot ex OF *" riM.IC1IOM FOU per annum'( pav.tl' nnmlannuallv -
earned that Jehovah was the God patents tend on } r"L day /t January ,
accurate accounts which will North 5 feet and nl lota 10 Block TAX I1KI-.I: : Ih.
''f t the Tuesday. vice. A N. J. Jonen' Notice I Klven thnt W. Fl.Modgen. and' July year with\ IntereHtcoiiponn I
Gentiles as well as of the last the. K. H. Miit- I. hereby
and daughter Plans of the Literary Digest to to explain to other states position to.$4000.. holder Tax Cert, Ideate attached, the principal I and ,
Jews? Mr. II. P. Galney to discuss : and hopes of the Empire of II.WN-$160 10 Hlk n N J. Jonenaddition. No. 14, 4th day of Julv A. 1). 1D27.hn Interent uf Hald' City Dondn are payable if I ,
The lesson continues "The peo- Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Mott give Florida opportunity Sunshine. Thelma K. Johns and K. M. Died .ald ..rln..al. In mv officeand at J.llov.r National Bunk I (
and developments made ., tax deed to New f.
pl.'' shouted because the foundation Mrs. R.V.. Brannen. Mrs. Mandy Its problems John$260 4 to $100.Ulock R Temple :' I KM'ue thereoiv'ln: accordance with The amount)of bniul" offered for '. \
Wilson spent Ts considered one of the Hald certificate embrace* the "I. 'In IH.onn.OQ and the principal k I
and son. aiMltlon. Mlnnln' ia. and J. law. ,
Conorly T.
Lord
ot
the house of the bound ,
constructive A mass of Information followlnM deNcrllied nltuated lIt Mitld City Ilondn be due and
".. laid. But many that had last week In Okcechobee with best"opportunities for to be of extreme value to the Urlmn-$70. to' $3000.14 Temple1 addi I i iI In Llradford County pl''I.rty}'lollda. towlt payable In ..rl. "hal one to nine t.".
state has ever received date
eon the first house wept I wltb friends and relatives. publiclHy the IB being obtained tion. J. n Ithoden ".. $750 to : y.arJ. r"Mp.ctlv.ly.. from th.r..
counties $00.1 .i
M. F. Hazen of and It Is hoped by the present state and I Frac. 21 ex fral lot Northeant quarter of Norfheanl one.t.nlh nutii .a'h year.Bldn : ;
1 loud voice-so that the people i Mr. and Mrs. by Frank Drew appointed and North 30 feet lot 10 quarter of Hectlon 4 'ownlhlp 7 wil be accepted up to elKht I
i several days of administration that the men addition. J. IJ. Uhodcn T.npl".1 .South Itanire, 20 Kant. o'clock 0. nil ".pt. I I h. A. f., I t t'
ald not discern the noise of the Hawthorn spent her mother who have been suggested to contribute by Oov. Carlton as elate equal I to $3000. ."t.-un\ The aHnennment of Maid property mill. All hllflr.. are' r"'lulr. ;,lr I

tout of Joy" from the noise of 'last week here with izer ot Taxes. Mr. Drew has Issued Lotn 15 J Block t Tl. N. under the mild certllcnte Innued wan ilepoHlt an CI.rk \
I -
work will lend their dllloln I of nald ( titarke,
C. Cone. to the riowllnw'a T. N. Kendrlck the of T'lckenn Ilrookn.Unlena City 'ouncl. l'lorlla. \
"eplng. Some shouted with Joy Mrs. J. circular asking the exact assess I $1260 to $1600. II .m. certificate be re- certified ch.cl tu l'
Ward and Mr. co-operation. ..I" "hal cent of the uf Mil' check '
''ecatme Miss Stellamae Com 210 feet to dead ..10 I'
a new place of worship! ment condition in each and Bouthwentcor de.m.d .cordlnl 11W. t.
*M Ward of Jacksonville spent counb. of Madlnon rtrrrt Mtreetn ; will Ih.r."o on duy of t'j be lyabl. to the City Starke.. 1'1' i
being built. Others wept be- Orval with theirmother Florida will be given an opportunity the value from an run Went 210 feet \ I h. ,
ause they remembered the older the week-end here point of every piece ot farm land .Ir..t. thence Houth on nnld' .tr.H Kel'I: 6th day Augunt, A All bidder* hall npeclfy the. I I
the o bid for and tho.
itself to nation bond*
T. P. Ward. to express .. : 210 feet North 420 "J !
Mrs. 10 T.t
emple whose greatness and glory member of : at large on the advantages In the state Mr. Drew explains bea- and denlvnated On map t..t, O. W ALDRUMAN, tl''uI'h n 'which the bidder will/ .
ould I<1 Miss Lois Oainey a Dnsklnn' addition Clark ( Clerk of Circuit Court, wlh'th. terms thereof after .
not be restored. Yet, "to that he is not attempting to dictate an 2 acre (1'a1
Springs faculty, returned possessed to the establishment of Block// B. C. and C. S. Iloltsendorf- Bradford County, Florida. 101. by t Ihe Clerk of t'
Ppreclate the good In'the present"t the Ilellbronn weekend.Mr. industry! of aviation the night: t to the tax assessors over the state. $300 to $4OO. 8-B-5t-f-' the t .Ild council that delivery can ';.
better home for the tho ; 4 AH mlleH track Including nldetrack. be :,/
than "to bewail the but Is compiling this Inform
Petersburg 23 when Governor tlon The certified check above referred t
Floyd of St. of August i H. A. L Hallway-$21.403.00 .\ I
'tJd)<1 that is lost a man may)! and Mrs. and will give the official : to assist the In the business to $43,664.00. NO'I'HI OF APPI.U.\1'IO' FOUNotice to In to be depoHlled an H aruranateeof .
visiting friends Doyle E. Carlton 'I'\X UI IU full with tha bid nub- 1
We-the I I
PPreclate are undernlarned do hereby cer.tlfy compliance
while he tax value on Florida
the placing
past even this week. send-off to planes! entered proper that tha above and foreicolnir la routed and In the .v.nt of the .c..p. j'tll'
'ake.. the best of the present." relatives here 'South to Ihe Xorth" property. a true and correct lint of the real In that Ttuby tance ot nuch Md and the t.lur. I
transacting flrHt
waa! in the bereby 11..n. the paKt of tbe bidder' .f" "
and on
lut i.erwonnl
a comparison of the past and Sheriff Epperson scheduled to take olf from Much importance U placed on the City propertyequalized.Ittfng- by A. Jaye. T.x ('..rtn"al"No. ply with the term* thereof name. i '
Monday. buurdofequallzeKn.
last air race Council day of A. '
here I
'Ie business u liquidateddamanei ,
Festival .hall be BM
Present should aid us In shap- made a Miami the following! day. The the coming Butsuma tia (lied xald rertltlcate In my olMc* ""III.d )> tluk 11! ,\
Starke. :
ae our future the mere church Supt. Oriffls of has, accepted an which la to take place In the west In wln."N whereof we hereby nuli- and m.1de application I for tax deed toIJHHUO ) y '1
last .Monday. chief executive on the abovementioned. thereon In accordance with City Cfuncl. "
''ulldln is not BO Important as tjie"r't business trip here and deliver the principle ern part of the state very soon. law. certlHcate embracethe, are Irnueil Under ('h.p- '
of the the \Mr. and. Mr*. Sam Baxter Invitation to Mr. Carlton that citizens of C. F. IIOOVKIt. H.ll.described property nltuat- ter 039H of the (H'neral L"w. II. I I,l't t
and urges
worshippers his sub r.l.wln" ,
has chosen as Chairman' 1933 act of th
visiting and City Council. "
address
County Florida "I"'ld.
to-
are 1".I.lal"I' I' '
rUth of the teachings therein. Oy- children of Tampa this "Florida's Position In Inter the southern part of the state attend City of Htarke, Florida. rln: Ur.lord ami nl-i. Chanter t121:) ,I. \
relatives here ject", ATT T: clul lawof the -l lftture and \ t tt.
''* and Houthwent quarter of N'orthwentiiimrter
Smith friends: this It is the out .
is saying. event, as '
quoted 1
aa national Aviation. This address C. A. VlT'U, of Northeant quarter Hectlon be Innued for the purpoae of flnunclnir \J ,
51. Paul's nothing week. standing feature of the western City 8-16-31-8-10. the trrndliia:, of ,I
Cathedral Is member (will not only be broadcast but will 18 Townnhlp '. Houth Han HO 33 Ku t. ,wIJ'mlnM 1 ,
a I the hard
ut a Miss Loulao Caraway of the entire containing 10 acreH, "urtlclnl In 't\\
be district, season.
glorified Christ In i
quarry If In news story form of the City of
school faculty spent be publ'shcd FOIl The aHMenHinnnt of nald property .rtal' II J.
ut of it. and my old gypsy tent of Hampton I I cities which the planes will ,OTII'J \PI"If\TIO'. under the Maid certificate |HMU.I( wa. Ktlrk., Ir.ltord coully. Florida. 'I
friends. all the .
'I
with the
1 II week-end here CLKHK'B REPORT In the nam of. Unknown.Unle "h. ( loul,1 ..rv..
Cathedral la the J
when Christ Is Georgia. Is make brief stop-overs. They Include ". DHld certificate nhall be rednemed to nd ,
t, Sometimes the greatest Miss Well Shaw of i Jacksonville Notice U hereby ftlven. that T). W. to law. tax deed Hy order of the City Council of .If
bureha some time here with I : Tampa Miami Rtport of the rirk of Circuit Mnore holder of Tax Certificate No. will ac.orlln"on the Sth day of.September the City of Sturke, Bradford county J .'
and the services most pending : :Macon Atlanta Birmingham Court In and for Bradford County, 353. 4th day of July A. II. Iun.! bait ..' ., A. .K. 1929.I Florida. '
,''easing to conducted friends and relatives. Ind. Florida on account of Tax** a...need ttlnd nald certificate In my office and >ated thU 6th day of A C. F, HOOVRR. : '
Christ Louisville
are Rlckenbaker of Starke was Nashville Evansvllle. for the y.ar Ift29. made application for tax deed to 1 Iniie I- P. 1939. .IIU"t. Clmlrtnnn City Counci of i .J''
?cheap and unfinished buildings. Mr. here lastMesa's. i and Cincinnati. Cleveland the 1*. A. Knlirht KIMAK, <.ly ot "tark. ,
,1 looks transacting: business .. Kla.. AUI. I, 121. Hald certificate embrace* the follow.Inic S.a1 Clerk of Circuit.Court, Bradford ATTwrr, ;.ii
more upon the spiritual : goal city Is making arrangements C'oanfr Pr.. described property altualed In County, "' nl"a. C. A. t'UTrI. Clerk.AOTICK 8-18-51-9-13. J;
wlltlM within than oh outward M and observe the event In outstanding To bal due July I, un .102.1 Bradford County, Florida I to-wlt I 8-9-51-9-6 J
Grill Elmer Strickland to by amt. ___ ,. North half of North want ie ;
or beauty, even In churches Lacrosse were visiting manner, planes will be entered to b.l. du col."t.,1. 1929 -2802.45Afrlrnttmrml S""lol 26, Townnhlp 7 South OF FINAL IJISCII1HUK: < Fsi
of .
You Thomas .n. OK FOIl -
NO '
Troy
should remember there section of the country containing a"r.* No'rU''J .PI.I..TIO
ere here last Monday. 'I'' from every To bat. due July 1, IUt 80.2 Th. aMe.Kment of naid property TAX- Ur.U Sixty day* after date hereof on
three temples; Solomon's"we Gainey was transacttng and pilots include many w, o have By amt. collected 20.01 .r the nald c.rllf"at.l..ueu wait to.wl: the 17th day at September, si sit'4
Mr L. R. record To bal. completed about 1005 yeare last In the present 410.1 I hereby that Uuhy 1129 prenent to the Honorable
store business in Jacksonville i helped Road mm* Mrlda* Boarf- Unlcnx aald certificate nhall be r.. A. Haye*. holder of ''Certificate: A. Uardlner. county Judge, of
Christ and dstroyed by the i breaking campaign. To bal du* July t, un _3X.077.4I deemed according to law tax deed No 414. 4th day of A. O., Bradford Florida my vouch

Ylonlans about 685 before Monday. were I C II. Reeder mayor of Miami By collected _1.1.641.IU will l.Hue thereon on the Dth day oilSeptember. I' hl" filed nald certificate in my 12. er* and In.l.ounl. a. AdmlnlMtralor -
brlat. and Mrs. O. B. Colson To baL due July I U2".U..U.5 A. D. 1 2S. made application for lax deedto of of
Then for fifty years there Mr. Iwt Sunday. U In charge of the event and advised Cttmmtr Dated thl* 5th day of August, A. liaue. thereon In accordance with Brown deceaned.tat., and a k H.n.l.t. I

.II 1I0t temple nor altar for uerlJ visiting in Hampton attending church' the governor's office this To bal. daB collided July 1. _182K 80,1 D. 191.O.. W. law. Hald certificate embrace! the approval and my dUcharve. aa,th.l.uch ,
followingdescribed
those .mt 20.13 ALDERlfAN. propertyItu- .
J at Jerusalem. The temple we Among Saturday night week that on* of the, lar.'estcrowds July It UU __ 40.1 (S.al Clerk ated In Bradford Cuuivty, i'lorlda. toWe admlriutrator.Thla nf July. A. r>.
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last .
tUdy about at New River l C.... .. .I Bradford County, FlorIda ,
about
31 BC today wa, begun MIs.es Florene Ward. Jose- in summer time Jd.torYa To baL due July 1, un1.0." 1-.I.-. .t half of Southeast quarter of Jc- TERRELL
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County Telegraph FROM THE FOREST TO YOU- Mr. and Mm. R. S. / .

Established! J 1877 III. FROM OTHER ,PENS I I I 1.. C. Zeigler of Gain," v II., .'""

HOW BIG TREES ARE MOVED the guests of their pan-n', ''', ,.
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a Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Congressman Green does Mr. O. M. Bennett ;a,111'1 i ''I""," ,
wears a it not matter what Florida .
of Jasper, spent the wn.hla |, ,,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida large black flowing neck tie and people think, and tile most daughter, Mrs. c. Suili., "I. i I'
oratory seems to flow from the sensible thing to do is to work cooperatively 4 family.Mr. '1// ..1'',

S. Matthews________________ __ __Owner and Publisher congressman as water\ from a with the forces rid 44\ J. C. Norman
) and ,
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I'' 4. C. Robinson_________________________ 'Managing Editor spring.-Times-Union. ding the state of the parasite. Mr. triggers, and Miss "a";,,,,,",,,,
--- -- Starke Buddie "
.. __ ..__ .__ ._ .._ u_ The Zoo summer season of you emitted Telegraph.some good Yay sense, that; day.Starke attended church h... ,i.. s'1111

grand opora Is running with re- time.-Palm Beach Independent.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Miss Louise: Padgett
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grettable swiftness to its end- M,

Il a Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Cincinnati: Enquirer.' And what's Cross-statecanal--0-is again' Bill Miss Hall Lola were Brocious In Waldo siMuai.,
being ILIIII(| ,
grand! opera to do with the coo? Mi'
: t, Advertising: Rates on Application. -Times-Union. Two of a kind advocated. Let's see; didn't that !, Maude Bender both of 7 ,",?()

'" .. -- .. -. .- -- .- with freaks. project have Its birth about sixty were visiting Miss Oulda iinii \la
--- -- -- -
- years ago?-Times-Union. It sure weekend.Mr. .

The 18-day diet is guaranteed to help the pocketbook. o did, and all the Florida Democratic Ressle Williamson ,III t i.nl,
'lv Starke Telegraph avers that a representation has ever done since U spending a few days hi, ,I.. II'It,
o-
paragrapher is entitled to a ia to mention! It In his brother Mr. J. S.
congress shortly 'V'"I'I'' ,,,", ,',
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{ Florida shipped out 2,095:> cars of strawberries. last, sea- GROUCH if he. gets a vacation before each election.-Mclntosh. Those who visited at wi i ,. //illnl
without pay. Of course It really Is News, Congressman Lex of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullr ,
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1t'j; son.. "II'I'
No Pay No No
Play- vacation. So
Green ond others are now pushing day were: Mr. and Mrs I q! .,
o It Is hereby and hereon decreed this project before and after election Reddish and family. Mi, II r f.

}" t t Next on the program-the state prison farm road. Let's that the plaintiff Is' within hisright's so maybe something will t: Sapp and Mr. John M, ,, '
for a grouch.-High Springs come of all of Raiford and Mr .
started. it this time.-Columbia 4ki:4 < I i \ tl\"
li eel
; Telegram. County Gazette ; : I, W. Andreu and family ,,I i ,, "( ?,
b o'Vo -0-- ---0- Mr.G., M Bennett and 'ini-i, ,?
; \ are waiting for the new mail order automobile manu- Had another pleasant surprisethis According to the-Baker 'ja 4$4$ will'spend' a few days in I H! m,,,,
'I County
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week--discovered John Rob and Starke before
ret in ,,
facturers to announce prices, parcel post prepaid. inson's paragraphs in oyr old Press, Congressman R, A. Green kH N! aEYrr ;e.. e ? ,: Jasper. M iM (
o- / friend Gene Matthews' Starke Is never too busy to stop and speak y .

F While Georgia has a 6-ccnt gas tax, the division is one -Telegraph.much clever First time we have readas : ents.to the" "humblest Certainly of not his the constitu-law ('. K. M\VM

,k cent for the counties, one for schools and four for roads. trated into two column comment. of concen- makes no distinction between voters -
space
The girls Christian Endemor,
South Jacksonville Journal i
-q- and item
fire
every a sure hit.-
In answering I the Gainesville News headline "What college Gainesville Dally Sun. Certainly not, but the ma- the Presbyterian church will hol
; sale Of baked
a
goods
jority of the office holders make a and miste;:
--oFlorida
I boys pick up besides an education," we would say second Republicans wide distinction in the voters after laneous Articles, Suturdu
i are getting August 24, 1929, In the
hand flivvers. elecetlon. This is what Lex hulJdlll
: ready for a real plunge In state
politics.! The Democrats bad Green don't do, for which we most .,rt r' formerly occuppled by the T .111..
% --o- are ;
heartily rommend him. Baker .. P. Grocery.
Ocala Star and Tallahassee State News have substituted ly In need of a stimulant and'op. County Press.Hlllsborough. I Friday the C. E. girls will ;me,
position will put them on their
ii bouquets for daggers. That's better, even if the bouquets are toes. Starke Telegraph. There --o---- I 7Vu tree i is on its'wayfrom' a forest to a city man' lawn. That at the home of Mss! Carr. i !tlu

rather thorny. I has never been such a rum ad- county Is suing t gigantic Ball) of earth in the foreground contains its roots. The tee ;it to complete plans for I the ,III'|',

o- ministration but it hasn't proved i State Comptroller Amos for $30- inclined to an angle which will permit of its being lifted by special/ Sunday Proving'Sucresaful night, topic la '' .I' i isions ,\11.

btlaw- s'_ stimulating. -- Tallahassee State 000 for Interest money paid into apparatus used by tree experts. This particular tree is 75 years old .
,r Aa the Plant City Enterprise aptly remarks no town was News. hilt office 011 tax sales. If Hills- It is more than two feet in diameter, has a limb spread of 43 feet an I nett.Leader: Miss- Gussle Mi lIell

e ever put on the map by.the people who sit around and point 0- borough wnsthe: other counties stands 05' feet high." The ball of earth in which the roots ftfe, embedded ---+n-----
Some newspapers have a special ran recover money on the same Note sire in with;
its defects. weights' ,20 tons. the of the men comparison
out '
knack In knowing how to make account. We don't know how this See the P. T. A' bcMiprn( i I., n
I it. In
order to'transplant "this tree successfully the earth ;in the new
-o-- people unhappy, young and old. suit will turn out, but It will not contest at Lawtey, Sept. 2, (d I I...
location must befspecially treated, and the tree will be given "medicdla".nlion"
: For instance, the Starke help the counties to enter and win I I bor Day.
Palmetto News the present condition of state finances Telegrapty
says I at intervals .for period of two year by the experts who
says that in another three weeks such suits for Mr. Amos lias not
to mind the old saying "Figures don't lie but moved it. the
? brings school will reopen and that it is I put the money; in his pocket, but Scientific tree moving teas developed by research department
Y'' i liars can figure." only nineteen weeks until Christmas turned It over to the state and the I of the lavei Tree Expert I Company at Kent, ( lIi(). J

q --o-- adding that "you can get only way the state can give It backto ---- -. No. 6605
your_school books now and start the counties) ; will be to tax: the ........................ of Boatdrain.
No one has been mean enough to suggest that from the ,'your Christmas shoppIng" That'sdownright counties. The suit will probably Mrs. Mamie: Henderson of Aster, Garbage Cans 8.ic

amount of noise it is making in Florida the Republican party I cruelty. Gainesville fall. Palm, Beach Independent : BYATDRAIN : and Miss Maggie Donnelly of
Mrs. Blanche }:ICclwunln Cor.' '
Dally Sun. Boatdrain., visited Mrs.[ Arch Pre-
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l still full of Beans. No. 6610
f 6Y, -- That recommendation of the republicans N.NIN M..N.NNN.. vatt Friday afternoon.,
k a Our friend Robinson Mr. R. L. Lee and family, Mrs.
of the
to call the legislature in Mr. Lewis Lee of Tampa, was, Cans
For the farmer who does not mind work, there awaits Starke Telegraph, has hit its so session to make better banking visiting friends and relatives in I Cynthia Lee, Mr. Tom Lee, Mr. .Garbage 1.10

good money in Bradford county growing strawberries, sweet hard,about bishop Cannon that wedon.t laws reminds us of the country Boatdrain Saturday. I Leon Grlffis. all spent Sunday afternoon -
> know where we are. Beyond at Kingsley Lake. No. 3312
'taters and doctor who was called in to treata Mr. J. It. Crawford of Starke,
corn, cane. sayng: that we consider the entire'Cannonage Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of
patient for fever. As soon as
1.l 0ln' for and against, as a he arrived! lie gave the patient left Sunday for Tampa. Jacksonville, spent the week-end Garbage Calls $2.00
Miller Rubber Company advertised that Florida roads are good deal of a joke we have no something that threw him Into a.. Mr. H. L> Lee and family of with John Prexatt of Boatdra.'n.!
reply.-Palm Deach Independent. fit Tampa was visiting erlatives at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris: of
and then began to treat him for
hard on tires. That won't worry Florida motorists as long as The biggest joke of the whole mat fits. On,.being\ asked why he did' Boatdrain Saturday. Belmore, was visiting friends In SATURDAYONLY

they can buy other brands. ter is the fellow,, we've been joking so, he replle, I that as a doctorhe Miss Mae GrlfRls of Boatdraln. St'arke last week.
about. was' visiting Ruth Elta Priest of .
wasn't much fever
o ._ at treating ,
i,1 d Excited Cyclops of the K. K. K. in St. Petersburg requests Although we have 0--seen nothing but he was hell! on flta. We do not. Starke Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Russell Ilornsby ............. ... ......
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know if the lived died
'patient; or
f. citizen of that burg to leave at The victim must be concerning it would like .
a once. a we to see but we think, it probable he died. of Delmore, spent the week-end : TIIERESSA ,
Democrat else he cancelled his subscription to the Fellowship some move made by the state road And with her mother, Mrs. C.C. Grlffi! Get
or that if the
we are pretty sure Miss Rhoda.Zoi ler,. Cop.. your Mysterious
department the
on construction of
Forum. present legislature was called In .
H he highway from the Prison Farm extra session it would give the any subject pertaining to the farm. ...JMrs.)....... ........... Key ,

o to Macclenny. Our understandingIs state of Florida fits, no matter Those who do not possess a A. L, Sullivan and daughter -
Georgia legislature] passe'd a sales tax last Friday imposing that it was to be built on the what or what not else It might do. copy of the year book are, there- Miss Thelma were visiting; In JONESHardware

one mill on retail and wholesale sales, two mills on amuse first available for funds, and it maybe -Palm Beach Independent fore, advised to communicate with Gainesville last 'Thursday morn-
necessary us to get In berhind Congressman Green In Washington -
,. ments, three mills on public utility companies and one-half it and keep it before the road ---o through whom they may obtain Ing.J.. Walter Zeigler and friendsof
mill on manufacturers receipts.The department until we get results- In commenting upon Carlton'sreception : this farm encyclopelda with-
Miami who have been makinga
at a recent prize fight In
Macclenny Press.
out cost.-Ocala Evening Star
'' tour of the northwestern states, StarkeWe
---o- -0-- Tampa the, 'Tallahassee Dally

new revenue producing'. ] enacted by. the 1929 legislature Uncle Ben says that seventy Democrat).says\ !!, "despite the gov- stopped over a short time Thurs
dealers to combined and- years from now he and Robinsonof ernor's standon race track 'gamb- day with his parents, while'' ear- Deliver
state'
requires junk pay a route to Miami.A .

t county tax of $15 for each county in which they seek to buy editor the Starke will be Telegraph twanging harps and this In ling the and state operation, the reception of race tracksin from [CENT A WORD large audience enjoyed an Dost of Quality Prices: -Lowest of

+ junk, and before leaving any town must make a report to officers New Jerusalem. We don't know two thousand sportsmen was a interesting sermon by Rev. :layman -

- of what they purchased and frpm whom. how much heat harp strings will spontaneous: as any ever given a COLUMN at the Baptist church last
tand.-Clermont Press. It's not champion. Now what we want -
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{ o the harp's resistance to heat that the naive Democrat to tell us is FOR RENT Well located bun-

t If women wear less than one-half of 1 percent of clothing, worries this one. when did Carlton take a "stand"on galow, See !Mrs., O. M I Inman.

they are liable to arrest, according to a ruling by Florida's attorney --o-. I race track gambling and opera- Furnished '
Funny, isn't it, that the tion of race tracks. in the state? FOR RENT cottageon
general. They haven't a thing on the men in this instance Ican party which sets so rePllb-1 He made some sort of gesture last Kings-ley.: Lake. R. J. DavIs

gjz as Uncle Sam has notified them if they brew anything store by the old convention sys- winter relative to operation of the 8-21-tf.

t! with a kick of more than one-half of 1 percent, they are liable I'''tem of nominating Its leaders, la Miami and Kenney park tracks
looking forward hopefully to next but we noticed that both tracks FOR RENT Furnished: apart-
to arrest.If year's primaries when It will, for continued to operate and that bet- m nt. J. F. Klckllter, Starke 2-

o the first time in Florida's history, ting continued rampant at both 16-tt, .:

we pay a tax of 331-3 percent on gasoline, why should go to the ballot box and name Its places. And we alu note that all
candidates. Ocala Star. Florida! tracks have.announced full FOR RENT Furnished apart- 1Puzzle
tit any objection be raised to paying a 2 percent sales tax? Consider -- --! racing programs for the approaching ment, with private oathv F. A,

? also that this form of tax will reach a half million tourists The Starke Telegraph says FlorIda winter! *- outh Jacksonville Scott. It. -t.: ,
y
I and a half-million negroes who now pay practically nothing would be in a heck of a fix: Journal.
If some substitute for shouldbe 0 FOR SALE'IIumphrlee cricket
y : to the state and its institutions. gall mole Kills cut
> found.-Tallahassee Domocrat The Star Is in receipt of a'com- destroyer. worms .
and cricket moles. 16c per Ib.Bruwnlee \
munication from R. A. Green
-- --o- Veil, they could tax the substl- Bros. 8-2-tf.

F Next year Floridians will vote on the question of exempt ute, couldn't they?-MonticeUo member of congress from the sec- '
s News. You bet. We'd" get a ind Florida, district In which he FOR RENT -.- 6-room house, fur
ing autos of all tax except the license tag. Next step will be -
double dose states he Is sending us a COPT of nlshed or unfurnished. 3 blocks
to double the license price or raise taxes on something else to -- then.o-- the 1928.agriculture yearbook issued from postofHce. J. W. Morgan. .

make up the loss. Exempt nothing from taxation and see that People of Baker county are com- by the government. Mr.. 8163t. : Dollar Dollar
plaining of wild hogs invading the Green says: "t shall be glad' to ;
property and commoditypays its bit will most likely result
every eastern section of the county send these year books to peopleIn FOR SALE Missionary straw
in more tax savings than exemption of some particular Bradford county officers turned over the district. upon request and berry plants from new ground.

t ( item. a lot of mash ,near the county shall appreciate any publicity you Ready latter part of August. C.Letsch Who Has The Dollar?
.. line recently and there could be a care to give this information in Starke.: 8-1&- .
l h, -p- connection between, the two.- your paper.'" The AgricultureYear

i The attitude of'city department stores in keeping open Starke Telegraph. This links up Book Is a large volume pack- LOST 'Milch cow. black and I .

8n Thursday afternoons in hopes of catching a little change' the chain of evidence. Thanks for ed from cover to cover with valuable ,- white; bad short chain around This man wants money. He is in a dilemma. -
he tip.-Maccleivny Press Information and statistics on neck, omferbit in one ear. J.
from residents of surrounding towns who take a half holiday .
D every phase of farm developmentin R, Knight, Starke. It* He has
; cannot: be too strongly-condemned. If Kept up it will Carlton went all over the state different parts of the country. It I j no reserve funds, 'no security.

soon mean a state-wide abandonment of the needed mid-week pleading for a chance to help Florda's is a book which should be in the FOR SALE One thermostat automatic and a pressing need for cash confrontshim.
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industries. Yesterday a contract home of, every Marion countyfarmer 500 capacity brooder ,
? half holiday. Patrons of these catch-penny stores have a very for the printing of the state's as between Its covers the 'I used once. For quick sale $8.00.J. .

effective weapon in their hands to enforce their closing, if assessment roll was awarded to a agrlcultvrusta can find data. ell M. Edwards Box 642. It* Desperate straits Of course it'stoo

f they are sufficiently 'Iqtorested in seeing that the clerks are MOBILE, ALABAMA, firm $1,302 -". ..' . -" -, .-- ,--.- .-. ,.. .--..--. late to "post mortem" But we
lower than a well-known FLOR- .. ... .".. .. _" ._ __. n '. now.
y, ? given a square deal., IDA CORPORATION. And the 11 can't, help observing how different his
.o farmer hauled away another load. ]

yl :Boiling it all down the law creating the delinquent tax -Tallahassee State, .News. Has I I: DANCE Every Tuesday Night at situation would be if I he had built up evena
the Section 664 ((482) been repealed tIt
the state penalty taxpayer
adjustment boards of places a on ''
provides: "All the public :
modest
; who pays the tax assessed against: him. lie secures no Ing of this state shall be prnt'I''I'. savings account.
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relief from the tax burden but the property owner who let his the state, and the bond given by \

t ,; lands go to the state, gets a bonus for so doing, as the boards any contractor" for such printing I' 4 Per Cent Interest
hall
Y'.' l are allowed to make an "adjustment" or to reduce the amountof so state.--0___ 1 Blue Lantern Pavilion on Beautiful \

taxes assessed against the property to get it back on the If some people of Florida do not BANK STARKE

,yl books. The result of this will be picking over of lands of any think there Is anything to the Med I 11, OF
fly that will not prevent otter
value, payment of an insignificant sum to the. equalizing states from thinking otherwise and I Lake GenevaUNDER AN HONOR ROLL BANK

1 1 board to get possession, stripping the land of everything refusing to accept shipment of II

worth while during the 'ear-then the state will have the our fruit and vegetables. As long I, NEW h1A11AGEJ1EN7'J K. S. Matthews, I'ree. n. 3. Davis -hl..r

land as other states and the federal ... .._. . _
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