Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 31, 1930
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SUPREME] COURT DECISIONawthoi By The State This is what the gas tax decision of the supreme

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Oreen Cove Springs Jan. 22.-- Gasoline will be) taxed 6 cents per gallon.
Del Ie''''' Common School\ made for the Station Robbers I',.)jug In <2iiM.,lln\ <' TAX: {,
Will Ho('(-lv<* Tntiil of lp
IM from Accumulation Now InState Oreea Cove Springs to the Bradford I ': In --
Caught Jax
TI't"I'HI)'. Durden StorePair county line an effort wuf tax.The county tax will! be paid to the counties where Tim decisIon of the state supremo t'

made to have an engineer from the ,I court In the gas tax case I
Tnlalhassee, Jan. 24. State state road department give; "some' I the tax is paid. It may be used: by the county to pay Mcnlltleil As Om> of Trio Holding will send, buck to the count leu for |If

officials/ and others interested In <-mitlit|; In the Hl lil'tiKl Siv- definite Information us to Just for county and district bonds. I'p Clomoln I'illluig' : Stiltlun road P lid bridge bonded Indebted- j,

yesterday's decision of the supreme tlon Tiicsilny After Two ",hut0111<1 be required to have I Half of the state tax (2 cents) will be used by the In I)..(.t> ,-rlinvul 'ness purposes!! between'! $4,500,000 j
court In the gas tax case lay C'lmsn the road conform to state specifications. heretofore. and G.000,000) i a year Governor ;,
spent today !In forming a concrete \Mr. A. (1. ShamU. of I tho state road department as:: Dovlo) K.: ('lIrlloldel'larell In a ',
analysts of the holding of that board of county (commissioners I One and two-thirds cents of the state tax will be I county' authorities are statement Issued Friday morning. !

tribunal.W Two men, giving; their names as made several trips to TallahasseeIn i used:; for school purposes. Two-thirds of a cent on holding for local ofllcorn one Am- Tha smaller counties will not.get j
S. ('a wt hOll, state superintendent Thou. Williams and P. II. Hlbl this. Interest but these proved I II RIO A more. charged with I hold Ing as 11111'1r..lI"f "as originally |
or- public Instruction. after Met l< of Jacksonville! , were caught (futile however ho obtained much I each gallon of gasoline will be paid to the county up I the I H. ('. riemoim filling station 'nmitcitiipla@ul! ( the governor added '

a brief Investigation, tui'd! indications late Tuesday' afternoon between I Information\ and as far ni possible school funds( according to the average number of pupils I on tho hlghwny north of but, he asserted, tho dl trlbll- ,

were that the common I Highland and Maxvllle wearing thegreater the state specifications were ud- :\ attending school in the county. One cent pro- Klarke the latter part of December ton! will be "of tremendous! alit j
schools would receive a. total of port of the clothing they p Amnnt be'ng positively ideal ifleil relieving real estate of that 1
$$089,588 from the approximately 1 had secured In robbing the store I lier Of'd course to. with limited: money | videtl in another act and not at i issue before the court by .1. IF. Tyson and! George Slaivluv extent. I,

S2.600.00i( ) accumulating of 'A. A, Durclen, Hampton Sunday i the trustees could only no so fur. will be paid according to aggregate attendance. I nn Iwlng one of t thrvu men who Tho governor said there wouldbe
In thtreaUry from July 1. 1929, I night The pair had been I rohlnul and t tied ui Tt'n after he I
but n. splendid road: only wan IlIIlIt'l One-third of one cent of the state tax will be given no occasion for a special St't t
when the gas tax !act became effective ,clmsed almost continuously by officers I was called up to supply them with ,,
Some months ago a Like ,sion of tho legislature, but said n
to January 1. 1930 which from the time the robbery I which Mr. Shands was a OIembt'r.1before I to the counties for road and bridge building. pus: and' oil. The sheriff's oltlcn committee would begin functioning -

was the period during which the was repotted\ Monday morning appeared the state roiid department . the 2-ciMit county tax, it will go back to each county wan notified I Thursday thut I tile shortly to study the state's t
to test the constitutionality ,evading capture by a narrow mar- being held III (ha Duval
litigation that the man wan I
with request" it in. ,
a I exactly a* each county pays lax problems: "and' present a program -
of the act pending.Mr Kin several times and they were! jail.
was county
brother, ,
road be taken: over. Ills funds from all If possible" to meet OUT requirements
Cawthon made It plain that brought In by two citizens citizensof Mr \\'. A. Shands, a member of the The scheme to pool gasoline tax Mr CU'iiious. owner of the station for the years to come." 'f

there wall nothing definite yet that the Highland section J. M. Ha- department and a former resident p counties and payoff county and district bonds: on hearing (lint t the Jacksonville Governor: Cu I'll OU'II statement I.'

such a sum would go to the fines and Mr. Grime, who surprised of Clay county. being familiar with through a "state, board failed. The distribution was authorities Imd! a number of continues: I
schools but that all Indications them as they were working their under arrest declde l lWednesday
hU Influence NI1111W.tll|
used "
the merits of the (cane would have meant giving the ,.ho gas; tax for schools being a
pointed that way. The amount, way back to the railroad from the to secure favorable action, I declared invalid that to go I there In hopes! of total of 1 2-3 rents will carry approximately t
he said, Is slightly more than the swamp Into which they had been which. he accomplished upon condition county with the heaviest bonded debt the most finding! Homo of the gang who had 4000.000 for the r.

quarterly apportionment made to diased by the officers. 'I that the county do certain money.On luld, up IIH| pit a I ion, taking I I Tyson aid of the schools I throughout the r
the schools early In the month Tuesday morning the station utul\ Stanley with him. Aniorn, than
tiling and state about $2,000,000 more
from the regular apportionment agent at Highland reported the The county commissioners very I the average basis a school with 100 pupils who bad Jtmt. been returned from I the ,school have heretofore recelved. ''

fll IIdl.! and that each county superintendent pair walkhllt.the tracks In the direction promptly took the necessary' steps four months term will receive the same amount In Ulchniond, %'ut., with two companion I hope t hat It will enable :

has only to recall the of Maxvllle and the sheriffs (10 comply with the state road de I school with 100 pupils and eight months term. The on "mi, iilolon\ of being connect, most of I the schools\ run full time <
amount he received from that distribution office here was notl ed. Road and this ed with recent robberies1 III Jack- believe,
requirements MI'aSOIonll confidently
partment's school with eight this \
and add( a trifle more to Patrolman Davis made a. quick! run work Is now practically completed. I.! aggregate attendance basis gives a ", HiMivllle. was In the office when I that lifter I this session a full term

that sum to arrive at what he to the scene and the chase lasted A short time ago: several! of tueengineers months term twice as much. demons' party walked in and will I hi made possible In the counties -
probably will\ receive from the accumulated most of the day dogs from the I promptly! Identified. him. He 1 would and
gas tax fundi. state farm being used. The trail over of the the road state and expressedtheir .>?,.-.-.-.,?-....,,,-..,..- ---. ,-,-, ,..-u,--?..?.-?-' -?-.-..._.-i'. have been released if demons bad I)promptly, with paid.teachers! fairly

:May :Mti ii Difference was lost when the fugitives tookto entire satisfaction! \ with the not iniido the t trip, an Duval ('OIlIItyI.IItlwrlll "If I HIM monies above mention

The regular quarterly.apportion the swamps In that. section exception! of a small amount of I ICIt had been unable to ed'went raised by a general levyIt

ment made recently was 'distributed Knowing;: they -would work their band, (dremtlng. As Boon us this Is CAMP-OF-THE-PALMS OPENS I connect him with I thefts in (hut would require 18 mills to pro- .t

on the basis of the aggregate way back to the railroad when the completed and accepted oy the engineers county due the money rained. by this ac

attendance whereas the one to be I clime eased off the officers left Ita- of the department the I lion. If the money: had been returned j t
made from the accumulated funds fuse and Grlfns on lookout. be taken an" maintained for "<
road will .over. AUDITORIUM 1 SUNDAY to the state treasury
will be on that of the average at- Officers recovered the balance of by the state. CAMP Road Officials slate purposes the slate mlllagn: ',,i:
tendance which may cause a (lie stolen artlcle'from a palmetto Thin will mean a saving of several would have been fur more than I Iabolished.

blight difference! Mr.\ Cawthon ex. thicket In which they had hid- thousand dollars!! per year to I I ------ _ IIcrcVedncsday __ It was thought best <

plained.With: den and returned the goods to Mr. the taxpayers of tho county and IiilerrHl. IIIR I'lngrain; AnnouncedllU DAVIS IS FORABANDONMENT however, t lo send the monies buck ',1

tho schools to probably receive Dnrdeu. The pair lied outfitted the board of county commissioners \\ Imitation! lo Attend ('hl1 I rill 1111 )tub'l'tV.. Ben tley ofTullaliiiHsoo .to the countlatt! giving the tax- /j
near $700,000 or about one- I themselves with the best clothingthe are to l bij heartIly fourth of the accumulated funds, storo prov'ded burning their their prompt and effective work In !.Sunday "n.1 TlmrmlayMr. lime protecting our credit 'v
there will be approximately $1,. old clothes alongside the tracks this connection.The .\......m hll..... Gainesville, ml'mh.\11 of the state "Tlio bonded indebtedness had j r*.
OF AUTO roiid department, II M Duncan' ,
left III the tund for distribution and were evidently working their has,
800,000 state road department -- stab highway engineer, I.. I II. Can- lo be paid, and I the schools had tn |\
the counties for the way Into Jacksonville. They will be I ,,i icoimldored
to resolution
adopted the necessary( Clqorge. I'" Tlbhlts. founder 'MOM. dlHtrlct enttliieer and M. P. run. This source of revenue wan
liond. debt on the basis of collections (Lager-printed by the "state farm expert and the road will he formally taken I and 1 director of Crtmp-of-the-I'ulms \%",,,,1.1 lfc> Away \\'It It IVrwiiuil I'hlllipH of Lake City were In generally preferable to ';
as held by the supreme court to sec If they have criminal over In short time. Slnrkrt III conforencew'th a general. I levy on real estate. ,
lroNitynsetwmont Wednesday( '
decision officials said. records and If they: are wanted The board line accomplished 'on I.akc-of-Hays ten miles south- | are *,
present : Senator 11)} \M. .loli its o mud "Tbe oilier tax
The comptroller's\ office late today elsewhere great deal of worthwhileand cast of Starke on state highway bond t Inist.eeH on the stale fUI'III11hllgreat/ relief not only for
undertook for the benefit of "__ .. necessary road work. and ban 28, announces'( the opening: of the Advocating adoption hy Florida farm road from 8tark The) officials nxpuyors but to the lit ale. The
the public a compilation of thetas KITT. ISMTril IX T.\MI'\ done it all with an eye to the npnclous\ auditorium ut the camp voters: '" next November of t the proposed '! expressed theiimiMven!! as h..,- board of adjustment makes it possible

gales In each: county to ascertain greatest economy. Sunday February 2, at 3 o'clock constitutional amendment) to. InK In readiness for starting I this for excessive! assessments. tG
wbat each probably would receive The Sun had two very welcome with an Invitation to I the public to prohibit( I the Imposition of personal work I the only delay! being! In bo adjusted III equity to the tax'v''v
from the accumulated funds vleltora Friday morning In the (.fiKOWKUSSSOCI; ) ()\ attend the service. This southern property taxes on automobiles.\, right-of-way dltllcllit 1\14. An a result payer and at the Maine time give i
under the term of the decision.A MIM'TKS; has been established as. the I Attorney General T'red H. Davis. needed '
persons of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. S. camp of I ha meeting another survey II) I ho stale the revenue
of the court decision -- of I ho National said Mich a move would, I really\ back to
digest': niltch of IVaiford. Mr. niltch's Strawberry winter headquarters WIIH ordered of part of I his and brings tho property j
Uradford ,
Tile County
made here durinhe day was !homo I lit at Montbrook In Levy Association Camp nnd Health: league; bring In more revenue than iindurIln road where considerable ob'JHclloiiH( the tux books. }"
made by officials. It shows In county. He and \Mrs. Dlltch drove and Vegetable bi-monthly open Ducember 1st to April let present automobile properly hive been Int'l. and It Is thought "The validation of outstanding '{
held Its reKuIar
brief form Just what the court's I each while Its companion resort lax method. the techn
over from Ralford Montbrook\ I meeting last Thursday night at year. I hilt I tin present route will bo modtried ( tax certificate removed
will mean. It follows: Camp-of-the-Woods on Luke Tho proposed amendment empowers void lax ,
holding and then came on through; Dun- I ..lIlh fly. localities which often a J
)11t..t! of holding nellon on their way to Tampa. Mr. the county court house. I I'leasunt in tile Adirondack Mountains the legislature to levy In Chairman Hetitley made It plain' lieu and I him makes certain the '
members received -
"OaHoline will be taxed 6 centsa Hlltch, as almost everybody knows Several new were U open: from June 15th to I I'eu of tho present personal prup- buildIng collection for taxes.
bringing the total to date of however' that the stato wan -
gallon. Iti superintendent of the state farm September Kith rty tax on automobiles a a permanent highway to the "The tux certificate however,
"Two cents will\ be- a state tax at Ralford and he and \Mrs. Butch 130.i made to continueoperation Mr Tlfbbltls. also announces completion tax which may liulude any portion farm and I that the board would I not at many believe Is!! not equivalentto
11 nd four cents a county tax. wefit to Tampa to pick out a place Plans were of I the central building( of the present property tax the route throughout a tux deed. These certificates
(use present
after I ho berry season"
"Five cents of the county tax for the farm to make an exhibitat Palmetto I.odKE' containing a I'nutil I tuIMC 'rll under any consideration. I Ho Mated under the new law are t<> he fore-
and beans a special bo
will bo apportioned to the counties ; the South Florida I meeting
was rnlxa
where the tax is paid. It legislature having provided for exhibits logs a big .'ofJulnlfll'eplul'e., idopled the legislature ro.nld little I Inconvenience or damage : to the taxpayer thalthe old
to day night week for the purpose ofordering with I Indian rugs I iho I license tax $5, wlilcli .would nit the ..
must be used by the county from all the state Institutions !! and decorated as'" possible and that changes law for It requires notice to
pay for county and district bonds!!, at that exposition. It is probable unanimous seed. vote It was decided basketS", and pottery In this lobby not only lessen"' the auto property would 1 l ho rnadu wherever possible!! taxpayer and he Is thereby enabled I..
with any surplus to go into the that the state farm will make By' delightful evenings are planned, to tux burden as now placed upon without causing dangerous curvex.. I to pay his obligations to tile state
construction: :: of .roads and bridges. n fine exhibit at the fair.Dun- to extend members the time until limit Feb.for lin spent! In social fellowship, Informal motorists but would bring In murorevenue Nothing will be done until tllf! new uinl! save lilt property Thd law,
state two cents will accepting new talks musical( I programs i In Mr. DaVIs' 01)1 0 ion. efficient but.
"Tho tax nellon Sun. of part of he I road Ix( completed therefore, III not only l'
notice had not Hurvey
15th, aa sufficient 'On the second I'ortlons of that license\ tax could ,I
bo used by the state road department -. travel lectures, etc. the hoard Just.
and panned on by ,
as heretofore. .J. & II. STOIU.Movi.vt: : been, given In the newspaper no floor U l a beautiful dining room he assigned to state saul counties, and t the officials stated that growing "Tho people should now think t,
"One and two-thirds cents of the -- further extension- will be given finished In palm logs' ; with decorations cod even cities ho ..IILt 11. crops would not l bt! dl istuu rued of the payment of taxes as n. patriotic t tf

county tax will be used for school The J. & R. Store Is moving thU however limiting (fathered from different In mi opinion to a member nf on the route finally nek-eled gradi f obligation. It I* Impossible* ,,'
Two-thirds of cent location next to however. The reason for of Florida and other states. the leglHlalurn, the attorney gen-: roads good schools1
purposos. a on week to Its new of members ports '' I.rows to bo Instructed i to that t to enjoy good :
each gallon of gasoline will be the postotllce formerly occupiedby time for acceptance new Members ot the National Camp ral said he believed tho proposed effect. and all other bleHK'nRS! of modern f
paid to the county school fund according Overstreet's Grocery. The Is that the people who are to and Health Ueaguo and the Gospel! uneiidinent I If ratified I would, take -_- ._ civilization without rust It Is ,
to the averare number of' building has had the front remodeled handle. the Associations berrls desire Volunteers of the World! are greatly effect Immediately, but that It (I F.\: J.Jt.TOltICHI'I'; ; also Impossible. to make the other
pupils dally attendlnv school In the and. with the new type awnIng to know In advance how much interested In this. Southern Sunshine would not have the effect of setting fellow: carry the burdun

county. One cent provided In another i !. and freshly painted Interior acreage to prepare for. and several they i Home as It has been designated. aside the assessments for the Tuesday) |h" General Kleilrlcgenerating I "If our people would think more I

act and not at Issue before makes a very desirable store build- desire thin Information regular I Booklets have been circulated year 1030 which, he added, would, unit to ba used( with about the blessings and less about
the court wilt be paid according to Ing. Mr. Jacobs will carry an announcement weeks In advance of the I among the 100.000 members already have accrued against tlm tho 210 horsepower Fairbanks", engine the burden. nf government we

aggregate attendance. of opening of Ills new shipping season. of the organization living : prolerty uw of January 1. 1930. arrived and was placed( on would, have u better. state t
"One-third of one cent of the store In the next Issue. An Interesting' thing wan start mostly In the middle and eastern I If the amendment \1:1: adopted the Shell Oil Company siding for "l 1 am aware of the fact that our
county tax will be given to the ed at this meeting which .will be states, describing the newly established I automobile owners would be relieved unloading mi Madison\ street. The tax burden is yet high; In spite of

counties for road and bridge building CKXHt'H hiLt) .\XSOl'S'I.U.; developed into something(; worth camp and the healthful of ad valorem taxes on their engine has been!' here for two the fact that state departments .
while later, which IK In the form advantages! of Florida, the aim of cars beginning January 1, 1031 weeVs ami work on moving It from have cut operating costs approximately

"Like the two cent state tax. It Carl H. Leavitt of South Jacksonville of a want sale or exchange list. the movement being the encouragement but would. still have to pay their the siding" to the plant two blocks $750,000 In 1929 over preceding 'j'

will go \back to each county exactly has received the appoint- Members are asked to hand into !: of physical and spiritual 19.10 J personal property taxes 'on away was started Monday. It years. This large saving '
as each county pays It In. ment of census supervisor for district the secretary a list of what he hasfor health. Mr. Tibbitts says: such cars. reached the station Tuesday but however Is not felt as much as,

/Hflymo' Failed 3. Florida comprising the Bale or deslrvs to purchase or "We would fully realize that The proposed amendment provides the rains of Wednesday held up one would think, for In reality the
"The scheme to pool one cent counties of Baker. Bradford Clay exchange. ; this list will be kept Florida Is the only place In the that "motor vehicles\ aw placing it In position of lha foun state does not take for Its expenses

of the gasoline tax funds from all Duval. Flagler, Nassau Putnam posted by the secretary and shouldbe United States to which the people property, shall be subject to only dation. Vile of (he new unit will more than one dollar out of five,
counties and payoff county and Bt. Johns and UnIon. and he will of considerable value to ,the especially those In the eastern. one form of taxation which shall be held up for probably two collected In taxes. I

district bond through a state have charge of census work this members. states, can motor In .afet,. The be a license tax for operation "tit months awaiting the arrival of "The chief burden that people

board failed. The distribution was year. The census-taking wilt begin hELl ON ..HCMl'ICIO.V. slogan Is ''Florida: the Haven of such motor vehicles which tax switchboard and the rebuilding of voted upon themselves by way of "
declared invalid that would have April 1st. and headquarters Rest and Safety.' shall he In such amount and levied the plant to accommodate it bond for. public Improvements,
meant giving the county with the for this district: will be South Ceo. and Manuel Forsyth were "It. would be a pleasure to welcome for such purpose as the legislature I. roads schools. and the like, which

heaviest bonded debt the most Jacksonville. placed In Jail Tuesday night on a I all those who desire to' attend may by law, provide and NK\V: rnoi OI-KXS: iiKiin none of us'" would! now be without .

money. vagrancy(; charge by city officers the Sunday afternoon service shall be III lieu. of all ad valorem _...L._ "If every taxpayer would step '.
"On'the average basis a school $4,000,000 a year would be turn- the pair being locked up when they held at 3 o'clock In the auditor:' taxes assessable-against. motor vehicles T. Li. Btovull & Co., with headquarters up and pay, his Just share the burden .

with 100 pupils and four months ed over to the common schools. were.caught begging. Finding an tam The travel talks on Thursday as personal property." In Tampa, have purchased: would not bo excessive on

term will receive the same amountas The chief executive made a plea assortment of keys and a file In nights will he visits to the nations the McNulty stock In the Hulltulldlng anyone.

a school with 100 pupils line 'I'/residents of the state to assume -'their pocket led the officer to detain and Islands of the seas. lieautlfuNstereopllcon NKW; T.\ JH HVri'ltlMVAccording and will have a complete "New sources of revenue must '
eight months term. their share of the' tax bur- them on the vagrancy charge, slides in color ---- I line of dry goods clothing and be found that the burden may be

"The aggregate attendance basis den. lie also took occasion to declare until an Investigation can be madeas will be presented. These are free tQ state officials todayIs i shoes ready for their formal openIn equitably distributed. f'
given a school with eight months) that he saw no occasion fora to their whereabouts lately. to all who desire to come." the last day cars may operate about the middle of February. "There Is n<) occasion for a I\pe.. ',
term twice aa much. special session of the legislature.Mr. The program as announced for without the new license tag, sheriffs : The line of groceries has been cloned !!- clal session of the legislature. A \\ '
Both. Governor Carlton and Attorney Davis warned against the 3IKH. .NKL.LIK KtUM.NO Sunday afternoon Is", as follows: having been advised to not out and new stocks of 'merchandise committee however, will be 11
execution Hon. J. K. Larson. presiding.Addresses thrown into action at an early ,
General Fred II Davis Issued public expecting too hasty an make arrests until February 1st. will bit added to tbe already
statements regarding the of the gas tax program under Mrs. Nellie Burling 29, wife of by lion. Frank P. Abont one-third of the cars of I large stock on hand for their date to give an Impartial, businesslike I
decisions. The governor said I, the court decision but prom- Cfias. Durllng of Hampton died Miller of Meadvllle, Pa., and Rev. Elradtonl are-ntlll without the 1141" opening sale. This opening date study ti> our tax problems'and:, "-

court it would meanihat between4600,000 ,- Isedahat. he.. lpuld ,expodjts it all here Monday at the fittr hospital. W."C'o'!, Stoats, pastor"-o f First ssary pieces of tin although In will\ be announced within the next present a program If possible to 'i\\
He tribute to the Funeral services were held from I Methodist church. month St. Aug- ads meet our requirements for
and 5000.000 would be possible. paid a I many cases they are not being few days through newspaper .
for disposing of the cane as, the Durllng horn and burial took i and : to come." ,
road court putters.
returned to the counties It did. I place In the Santa Fe cemetery. (Continued .on page 4.) used but held In storage.
and bridge work, and that about quickly as

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,', r. inI TWO _ _ tDeovNTyTELvnnArfl._ STAHKK nOiUb.t fcTtrOAY. .JANUARY 81, 1010;
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,.,!..,!=$" Land erated group will be put to tea this looks like free air will soon

+! 1[;, .. Group I when the effort is made to further be taxed as usual and a new ma- BIGGEST BIBLICAL EVENT IN

B. H JOURNAL relieve them of their taxes, and chine will be invented to test the
; Scored
\ -i Roundly then you will see another exhibition amount of air used by individualsfor

of ,jackass legislators, under 'breathing purposes, for the HISTORY JACKSONVILLE{
f ; R NEW"PAr" STAFF By Col Weeks the beck and call of these Influences tires on the old bus and for the

FJfo J jc! Editor-InCh''' _.._______ PAUL KN1aW't I have outlined. The laborer, law makers while in sessloji. If I

; .AIu4tIItant Jnk Editor lldltorrPCAnUS__ ___..__________ _MANNING.____________EVA LEAH MAJ'OTTJJ 8THUTII Decfaring a concerted effort i III farmer and consumer that has labored this law would apply to "hot air"In Th' Great Freiburg--1'nwtlon" Play -Jesus, a man grown ascending ,
k BnortBi Kditor .. .. _____.._____ liESTKH PRICfc! HOIHNHON day after day, month after congress we would all be will- -
--- -- n made to force Governor
_______ ._ being With thf German ('omp ny; mountain to talk with the ,
Mentor It..port..r __ ._____ ___ LENA URMM H1IKRAHI) Fath
I n month and after in makIng to vole for it but the air
{ Junior Ilfpopur --_.. ____ .n____n________ ANNII' MAI'3 I 1LAIt':'') Carlton to call an extra session of year year Ing from FrelburjeThe' Play Will then, with hla Disciples he
J Sophomore Reporter. _n ------.. _____________n_ H" N nRowNl'rH the and the forces Florida what she Is will be would have to be rarified/ and dry .j ii
-!< 1 > --. -- .. -- MA"Y legislature that further lie Given in nttll"IIU..lu11Uah mends among the people- fuliin,
saddled with other and cleaned.
t''L SDMlaTlteooJfer"VVlBSTBLLB* KEN>>..ICK HAI.LIH JON"::: behind this agitation; are the identical All ItiaIlroiiilM.Jacksonville .. his destiny. This has
i jac .__....___ while on given MI,
Faculty Supervisor ___ u MHO: FLORENCE MATTllUWar : interests that lobbied in Tallahassee burdens In the shape of taxes
, "f" world the sweetest
; ( ;{" ':a:a':':_>':':_>CcQ_:__==Q = ""=""=""="'" 1oJ.=..o.....=.....=.....=.....=.....=...=.....=.....=....=....=....=....=.....=........... persistently during tbe;, these tax shirkers and parasites Those Florida folks who -secures the great tragic story ever told saddest., with m< "-
the public who fromtheir thought they feel differently ( rht.
upon prosper were poor
; '
I. i'H.. II. H. 2SOTKH Miss Louise Edwards and Miss\ 1929 session Representative A. Freiburg Passion Play of Frei happiest1 ending. Its big drama!!
art in controlling legislation about It
now they
as go
Af' Beatrice Johns were visiting in W. Weeks, Holmes county's veteran while burg; Germany, the first town In moments are only its big human,
profitable to down to the tax collector's office '
l I {.' Dr. Starrs of the First Methodist Gainesville Sunday. legislator has Issued a ringing the state of Florida to get this ones. They do not occur with fanfare '
the laborer and the farmer and the to pay taxes on the piles(of junk
'1 f',1 h. ;. .,' chruch of Lawtey visited the statement In connection with the small business man is dlscrlmlna: called by courtesy-motor cars. wotld famous production of the and no brilliant bursts of pan,
of the chapel ex- Miss Hazel Adkins and Mr. Paul proposed "tax strike" of a power- his last
to" F. uchool as speaker ed against until their families are After paying the taxes and then life of our Savior, covering tomine distinguish them. Thi.arb ".
\ ful of West Florida land
Moore rode around until about ten group
_' ercises last Thursday morning. lie earth. there to
i seven days on just hold the
: tf: and slaves In this license speltator's
mere peons / great paying for a tag for the
,: \ set forth In resolutions
o'clock owners as
Friday night.
of tobaccO
fc i about the evils -
spoke to us farcical display of statesmanship. so-called car regardless of age and Tho entire New York) :Hippo soul still and prayer-lot
adopted at City
,. 5 and Illustrated his talk by recently.Col. Shucks! the old drome production will be moved ed, in the presence of the Savior
' )H's same gang. previous servitude you will feel
and black leaf Miss\ Dora Manning Srootle Andrews Weeks' statement In full is
') JL:;.the use of an apple of tobacco which Benjamin Sternberg and as follows: "Yes, I know what I am talking that you are really a bg! property into the Duval County Armory So simply, so tenderly, so beautifully
CI & forty a product I and to the limited size of the do
about when proclaim to you owner of the great commonwealthof Owing the Freiburg players
The extract Is useful Sam Alvarez were seen riding "A concerted effort Is foot '
i js poisonous. on
to the with whim I have stage, tremendous alterations are the Passion
ha people Florida-accent on the com present Play that m,,
, around Friday night drinking Coco
killing to bring to bear
apple trees
('" :' f; in spraying pressure upon been associated that the legislature mon. necessary and the extension out sect, no creed, can nosslblv /find .
. | all Insects.'J Cola's and eating ice cream- I the Governor of Florida for an "
has not had, and has not now. In front of at least 20 feet. It cause for offense. The presentation
: ,,:o$6 and they rode till ten o'clock. extra-ordinary session of the leg- -r--
40\ Shame! Dora and Scootle. the (g-u-t-s) backbone to advo- This column of stuff and non- The appearance of the divine ,to be witnessed here will bi
1 ; B. II. S. Stunt Night will be held islature.
cate and stand for the rights of sense welcomes Mrs. George Keller spectacle In Jacksonville, Feb. 9th given with such sympathy and reverence
I. Feb." 7th at 8 o'clock. Preparations "The forces behind this agitation -
II I Miss Miriam Jacobs June Bul- the masses of the great common back Into the newspaper fold haying to 16th, Inclusive, Is made pos- that to. any mind it Mil1'
made for a rapacity aud- and effort the Identical In-
are being are
,., 'I ,'J: folks. len, and Mr. George Raymond terest people In Florida but high soundIng taken charge of her former sible through the .efforts of Morocco stand along as mang the greater
,iI lence so don't stand us up that lobbied In Tallahas-
A :o' motored to Palatka Wednesday to see persistently during the entire command1* from the chief executive paper, the Mt. Dora TopIc. Also Shrine, who la sponsoring the Biblical productions of all tlmet
f, of the state dictator In first In Florida.
Ceicd' t' take Mrs. A. M. Hodgson home. session of 1929. as Clayton Codrington who recentlysold presentation The Vivid beauty and pathos stir even

I",, ., ,t!' 8IOMOU CLAHH XOTKS They made the trip In June's Internal "They constitute the large landOwners school boy orations, with tin horns the DeLand News and has sale of tickets Is now on for all the sophisticated to tears, thi

.. 1)1 combustion Whippet motor and brass trumpets applauding, 1 1a 1/1/ taken the Lake City Reporter performances at Morocco Temple, !story of the Savior.

: ) .' We are going to have some ,.4'to. railroad/ investors bank/inter, bus .umclent signal for service leg taking a vacation. Gilbert Leach I Newnan and Monroe streets, Jack- Even if the Passion 'Play did

l ALai mighty hot snap-shots In our an- eats operators, bond interlocking buyers>, curbstone bond lalatora to tall in line and 'double- suspends the Leesburg Daily Commercial sonville. not deal with the events that an

'" F" 'nual folks. The following were STUNT NIGHT will offer you sharks, /financed by certain Inter- quick' the 'goose step' march in to again make it the Lees- The Passio nPlay Is an awe-In- the basis of the Christian religion

,f ;L on: everything you can /find at the ested banks, the owners and hold- these assaults upon the interests, burg Weekly Commercial always -I spiring spectacle, convincing to it would still as it is now
I {! Prettiest girl: Dora Maiming. rights and welfare of their constl Christians and Pagan alike. The
1'1 E1'i F movies. It will be all-talking ers of Intangible properties galore one of the best papers in the { acted, be an inspiring performance.
' !: 1 Best looking boy: Charles Kick- singing-dancing, and will be In and the advocates of what is, tuencleal back' home who are not state dally or weekly. Florida /first was given \In Frelburg In After seeing the earnest

: f"" f 1;, liter. ... natural colors except, of course, known as the tales tax, with its I present to witness this performance newspapers as always are the best ,1264. It was not given In Ober- haunting face of George Fasn

r t!t, F p! Most Athletic girl: Leah Struth. the actors will wash some,of the provisions to tax the consumer and therefore not present papers in the U. S. A. ammergau until 400 years later. nacht, Jr., the man who inherited

t t..;" Most athletic boy: Hallie Jones usual dirt off. to challenge this/ supine weaknessof The principal players in the the
and producer and from role of "The Chrlstls" from a
.... exempt
k Cutest: Leila Dea Andrews. their representatives that were According to a recent article In Freiburg Passion Play are trainedfor
long line of atrangly honored
its operations this sales
tax an-
: p Most popular: Eatelle Kendrick. Malicious Arson gross lavIsh In promises to their constituents the Times-Union Yale Universitywill their roles from childhood, and
as it relates to all cecstors, one understands and
Deut all 'round student: Thel- A darkey named Sam borrowed development In the primary, but woefully spend $100,000 on the ape those years spent in the atmo-
the full
schemes to land Bales whether In grasps significance of such
';- A. "J'' ma Sllcox. twenty-five dollars from his friend short when the.time comes for colony at Orange Park, this state. sphere of the story have made an impersonation.To .

.' E \ ,- Laziest: Cornelius Edwards. Tom and gave his note for the large acreages or in town lots, performance. Shucks! It's nothingnew. Elaborate Quarters will be arranged them live the parts they play. One
.. be sure, Mr.Fassnacht is
moneys, mortgages, notes, stocks not
, \ Most sarcastic: Thelma Andreu. amount. Time ( understands this after
went on. he note for the apes that will be completely
t: bonds and investments for In the last analysis, acting he is
:1 :.. 'ii Biggest bluffer: Lena Belle became long past due and Tom was profit. "Yes, the extra-ordinary session i brought down here for study at witnessing this inspirational pre- ;
,- f "The land interests of the state simply living-living and suffering
I,, Shepard. Impatient for its payment. One will be called and the members of close range by the scientists. This sentation.
through role that
benefitted a
were by
I' Most studious: .Lester Spon- day the two men met on the street. tho legislature will be coralled will add much to our cosmopolitan The play proper starts with
become his life.
the acts of the legislature en- only He has been
I bolt. Tom stopped and said with deter- herded anjl voted against the Interest population and causes some of
couraging and permitting such trained: from birth to think and to
Friendliest: Eva Marcotte. mination "Look when and welfareof their constituents -
A : heah. man, the old timers to remark that
owners to save interest and penalties tingulshed couple last summer live so that he can, look and art
r; Nolselst: Hazel Underhill. am you' all gwlne t' pay dat noteT""I is my prediction."We there are many funny quirks in
in the payment of their defaulted which was tentatively accepted at In replica the usual conception of
Best dressed! : Paul Knight. shall what shall
ain't go no money now, see we see. our higher education systems.
I I taxes, and even to provide that time, was made tieflnlte durIng Christ, just as his father ,George
'I' replied Sam, "but I'se goln t' pay "Intangible property owners and] .
You come, you see, you'll enjoy for an adjustment board on valuations constitutional the week. Passnacht, Sr., has studied the
It soon as I kin. exemptions to heads A charter of incorporation has
I in matters of land taxes and life and mental processes of Juda
;" "
rfl "Yo' been sayln dat fo' months, of families in Florida will be taooed been granted to the Florida Aircraft -
they obtained this legislation under Plant City's first annual straw- Iscariot.
1- retorted Tom "but It don't git me > --passed up and forgotten.No .
corporation of Dunedin
the oft repeated promise and for berry festival March 12, 13, 14 The spirit which pervades the
; IT OK NOT no money. Yer gwlne t' pay dat classification of intangible the distribution of airplanes and
avowed purpose to redeem their and 15 gives promise of present entire prasentatlon is singularly
money, heah an' now, dates what property will be enacted that the
lands by the payment of their defaulted burden equipment and, if plans work out, ing for the /first time In the history \- unlike hysteria and fantalclsm of
: yerwlne/! t' Jo. Ef y' don't y of government may be
to manufacture In
Theodore had his current events airplanes the
of the the
taxes and now It comes in strawberry industry in tent-meeting type of revllal-
know what Ah's gwlne t' doT Ah'sgwlna more equitably distributed. No Skinner
Machinery plant at Dune-
Friday. from these to Hillsborough and intimate Ism. Christian and agnostic Jew
poor grace sources county ,
(. Miss Fernandez didn't give a t burn yer"ol' note; denwhatht'll ask for further relief. They intend relief to common folks will result din. B. C. Shiner Is president of cross-section of how when and and Gentile, should not miss this
' y' be at? IR schools, roads or taxes. Their
4q single demerit Thuraday( she nev- to get the legislature to ab- ho new organization ; B. W. 1' whence come the. millions of golden opportunity of witnessing
"Yas. yo' will! Yas will burdens will be increased. Watch
4c' er stops at one. ) ; solutely cancel all outstanding tax Skinner ia: vice president, and C. quarts of luclous berries sent into the "Way of the Cross" as portrayed
, shouted Sam. "Jas' bUril dat and see the hey-day of guberna-
Lois had her hair cut. you W. Campbell, of Tampa is
( certificates as the servile legisla- anil the northland each year from this by the Freiburg players in
note o' mine an Ah'll pop a law- tonal legislative asininity.
Hazel Underhill didn't say a tors of the past have repeatedly tary. / point, officials in charge of the their first Florida appearance.
; ( word the /first minutes of suit onto you. -Industrial Banker. "A. W WEEKS. -, '
ten English dono heretofore. festival plans says in statement., Special reduced rates have been

AI3 w? class the. other du (she was "They owe to the state of Florida Former President- Calvin Coolidge arranged on all railroads within

:10 minuses( late.) and Mrs. Coolidge who arrived Winter Garden East Side
TK\VVW LIGHTS! DKLAY THAI'no to their counties, to their .JVoIT! IS r.\ssi\o 200 miles of Jacksonville to bring
L The mumps are still with us. cities! to their schools and to their in Mount Dora Saturday for a Grocery opened for business .Jn the thlusands who will attend the

Milton\ Brownlee went to Scott'she roads a like contribution to the ( By R. J. Holly) sojourn in that little city of the building east of town across. road showing from Northern Florida.

. ( had permission.) Evidence that the public Is becoming support of the state, county, municipal California growers: have discovered Florida hills and lake region, moored from Britt and Southern Fruit Requests for reservations should

FI \' The seniors are not going to tired of spending!: large and district governments that sheep fed on oranges to Winter Park Monday parking! houses.' be> sent to Captlan L. G. Hitchcock

wear raps and_ gowns.: [ slices of Its Precious time sitting such taxes as have been paid by' have a better wool. Maybe JJ>at accounts morning, whertuthey were guests Winter Garden Bumby Hardware Morocco Temple, Newnan & Mon

I- under red trnlllc lights while nothing the small land owner and permanent for the sheep wool taste of Rollins college during tile day. company received agency for roe streets, Jacksonville. Mone<
iJ'I': ':T'; oo moves by In front Is cropping citizen and settler that has 'ot California oranges. Now our oranges President Hamilton Holt of Hoi- Fa da Itadlo. orders should accompany the re

: up In many sections of the country built his home. Improved his farm will take that wooly effect Ins announced that an Invitation 'VlntpGarden Sewells Mar- : quests. Tickets will be malleiljm.

r. :. i I "Variety Is the spice of life." according! to reports compiled! paid his taxes regularly! at a farm- 'from the tongue on the morning which he had extended to ttu* dls- ket on Plant street changed handa. mediately.

zI z t/IJtimembpr this folks, when. Friday recently by traKlc experts) C,'. merchant, business man and after tho night before.A .

zi night, Fe.b. 7th, you start to Some of these engineers: believe other profess'onK have done for "-

the same ole' kind of a bridge party the real! impetus to the unrest Is 10, these inuixv, y ars. former editor of Liberty In a

i :y or plan to spend! a quiet evening being> given by recent publication "Taxes on 'real estate are too recent prohibition article said he

at home-the name at the of data announced by the National high but these land. syndicates, was able to get: drunk in every

t ,; many evenings you've spent In the Conference on Street and Highay boosters and bond( 'advocates are .state In the union on account of

:,", past -Instead prepare yourself' Snfety. Traffic congestion and much to blame for this cOlldli.loll.They him friends InatlatlnK!: that he takea Constantly improved

for the best time you have had in delays are causing; an annual national are the prime movers of what few cocktails before every meal .

many a day. STUNT NIGhT loss of $2,000,000,000, according developed Into wild schemes of Issuing and several rounds between.: Flor-

,' comes but once a year. It's always to the conference report public securities of long duration ida was not excepted and he could to I
meet changing
v ""different! New stunts new Secretary of Commerce Lnmont with h'gh itttes of Interest, only get surcease from drink in V '
l, 'jokes, new songs, nil contribute to followed this up with a statement I and since they were the prim pro- New York where he resides. This e : ( o : -

r f a perfect evening. Let's go! that the damage "may be equal tour moters of this maze of wild( speculation Is perfectly natural. No real gentleman ," '. .,",'. .

. ), annual expenditures for the they should contribute to ever gets drunk in his own needs .

i//. : ';. i I. HOC1KTY HCK.U'H: construction and maintenance of the relief other classes: of citizens home town. _
l .
*t traffic facilities." havo contributed in the
-- paymentof -

,) (.,t.. J.... (By I. C. All). George; E. ITamlln chief engineer their taxes that have accumu- Volusla county officers arrestedthe ,

; I Miss EloIse Hitch, Miss\ Clara of maintenance of the Connecticut lated upon these lands, and es wrong negro the other day for

, ]f.t Louise Peek, Mr. John Hagen and state, highways department pecially since the penalties have some trivial offense and after "

\ Mr. Pee-Wee Durden motored to also is quoted as follows: been remitted and the opportunityfor holding a few days found out their STANDARD'

[t;; ; Graham Sunday night. "Traffic is becoming more crlt- re-valuations have been provided mistake and he was released. Ar-

? '. cal and Intolerant of unnecessary by the present laws. resting the wrong negro is not of

!:h" 1j4' { Miss Annie Mae Pearce has been del a)'. This Is a definite cost to "This Is not enough. The con- any special interest in the news

absent from school the past week. the community which more often federated forces I have named are columns. The fact that they

,At the show last Saturday night far exceeds the price of the rem- not content to impose upon one found out their mistake and released -
f.I she pulled all her hair out. That ed,. The public In general has class of cltlznns In Floridatheowners him Is a news item of great MOTOR

::1 r' :Western must have been "wild." signified Its desire for delay reduction of automobiles so essentialto Importance. We hope and pray OIL0

l /., ' and Its willingness to accept every day life a most outrageous they will not arrest Harold Van

I. '' Misses Dora Manning and"Scootle" the necessary financial reopnslblllty. and discrlmratory tax, while Trump for Red Davis.

'J J :i Andrews were dating To those In commandthe millions of dollar of wealth rep-
: j
\ 'I 4 Mr. Vincent Alvarez and John opportunity offered Is unllmltd. resented by Intangible properties "Oemn. Valued at More Than is the
Henry Hemingway Saturday eve- !." of other classes ol citizens go scott $60.000 Were Stolen at Provi- always :

nlDg.I" Editorially, the Utica Observer- free from the payment bf any tax dence by Tip Toe Burglar" says

i i.' 1 1'j Dispatch deplores present meth- at all, and In many Instances onlya Item In daly papers. The son of ,

"j Mr. Monk Dinkins of Lawtey visited ods, pointing to "cities and villages dlsproportlonata small share of a gun evidently tip-toed through motor oil that -

Miss Thelma Andreu Friday which put up lights which hold up the public burden necessary to the the tulips accompanied by the youS
and Saturday nights. Must be get- traffic exactly aa though It were support of government. snores of the victims and while -S .
{ tin serious. halted by a traffic jam. Signal. "These confederated groups of they slept grabbed the gems and '

lights are highly valuable where professional tax dodgers seek to tip-toed through the garden to the S can V

: Miss Estelle Kendrick had asher they regulate tramc. Where they further escape taxes by Imposing .'fence//' where they were sold at % bny regardless

guest Sunday Mr. Nolan tie up motor cars constantly, ihey what Is known aa the Sales Tax greatly reduced rates. ,

Chancey of Lake City. create artificially/ the delays and upon all consumers and producersof .
costs of heavy traffic. Traffic lights wealth, taking especial care Sen. Brookhart of Iowa want- /! of
price .
'q Miss Ruth Sternberg, ex-convict should be /fitted and operated according that the sales tax shall not applyto an amendment to the radio law

I. from B. H. 8. Jallhouse visited us to conditions." lands sold in development prohibiting utility companies from

the other day. Feeling very much I In a study made by engineers schemes for 'home building purposes -' broadcasting. This might help

I.I at home, she passed through the of Yale university. it was estimated ," which at you know exempts some in preventing people from

halls whistling "The Prisoner's that the city of Hartford. Conn.Is every cunning Yankee talking about "jackasses" in the STANDARD

Son*." losing about "118.000 per day scheme of exploltion in the sale senate but it would not atop newspapers COMPANY

from traffic delays. The estimates and re-sal and transfer of real estate -, from expressing' their opinion ,IMCOa.0ATIO
Miss Pearle Manning. is getting place New York City's loss In the no matter how often sold by on this august body (whatever IN KCNTUCKT ,

| far too high hat to suit us. She neighborhood of a million dollars the 'binder boys.' that la). Meantime without.using

I 1* one of the fw in our school dally.. "If these great far-seeing men-; the radio the utility companiesare

\ ;Who can boast of an airplane ride. Another' traffic expert made in. tax dodging forces wish to encourage helping American; labor by
V ---- part. the following statement: home building In Florida let making millions of dollars worthof .

Miss Lena Belle Shepard is back "Traffic control Is years behind them exempt from all taxes every improvements In their plant

I In school after an absence of several both motor car and highway de home actually owned by the head and otherwise keeping the wheelsof "

i,; days due to a case of the velopment. The automotive- of a family, permanent resident Industry turning while the Jackasses Let r
mumps. dustry has eliminated waste of citizens of Florida from the humblest continue to bray. us route your s.da-.i'UT: sn-: = ;2&

I time to give ut the hovel to the most costly mansion '( -t ; '. I 6 Kl'
Miss Eva Marcotte automobiles Ilei 10,.::1to ..... ...1Ied ,_,.
.q, and Miss Lois splendid of today- the farmer with his farm- And peaking of preventing peo- Motor Trip and I

f, Colley spent the week-end in and our cities make them the victims 'house and his improved farm to pie from using the radio bring up framNM ,
Cocoa. 6f the lost time and lost motion some .limited extent of Improved the subject of whether the air send - -- l r

"h I beyond computation." land and let other classes of properties can b* controlled or not and you maps, to V I

t 'I '. Mr. Paul Knight and Mr.; Richard -: A statement made by a nationally used for business, recreational whether certain elation can be I ..,.klt.. to f--.J.ItwI".. _I e""'" I

Long ware- golfing in KeystoneSunday. -,, known traffic authority' t! the and speculative purpose put out of business by a wave oft free cf charge IS I .. I
effect U&t
-signal* aobuia Brove elite
itp th*Jbfcalnrtl for the .*$- Csax% fcand- Since *vy/ ttt>- .

f9. : Miss. Thelma-Silcox was dating correct traffic and aspect not of stop the It entire-fives prob-the 'government.port of state co'iinty and municipal I .r part '"ot the universe that the '" '. 'J, .- ,..I.,.... .... . p I
4t Mr. James Lewis people want to use I I. being taxed 11
Sunday lem. I I ."Th Insincerity of this confed- the air aarfalway been-free: but _Cty _St.*._ ,
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JANUARY sl, ioa0 __. u.___ .. .. -- ---- ---.-. -- -- ------_. ---_ ._-. -- ---.----- --- "
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- ...............N.NNei. tertained with a dinner on Wednesday Reamer. FLORIDA GOVERNOR an for the killing of a prohibition
evening for Mr. and Mrs. On Wednesday evening the Ml'ST SIO.V DKATII WARRANT officer in Taylor county and Richard -

: Keystone Heights : Robert Boynton The guests were: guests at Keystone Inn were enter. FOR WOMAN: Hamilton, Sumter county matricide -

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs MI.. Ilel.a 0..... Car.i : .. Mr. and Mrs.. Hobert Itoynton Mr. tanned at a party given by Mr\ whose applications for 1

....................... and Mrs. Fred< Carr Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. F. M, Walrath. Duringthe For the first time In the history clemency were recently denied by '
Elwell Robinson, Mr. and Mrs evening Mr. Itoyal Dixon rend of tho state, a Florida governor the state pardon board.

Dr and Mrs. Bruce Gamble of James Houser. Miss Gertrude llou- ono or two of hltt new negro dialect has been called upon to sign a .

i I Meadvllle: Pa., are In their winter ser, and Mr. John Houser.Mr. I stores. death warrant for the electrocu If St. Lucie county growers wilt

[ LIVE STATE NEWS home i Keystone heights stag Mrs. Austin Illlss was hostess at tion of negro woman plant aa much as 200 acres oCcucumbers :
E. P. Caughey gave a
Mi and Mrs. Louis Walker of bridge Wednesday evening. The I I a tea given Monday! afternoon at The woman is Minnie Williams! during January they A

Meadvllle, Pa.,> are at the Inn for guests Included:: Mr. Thayer Mr. the home of her parents Dr. and convicted in the criminal court of are assured of a cash market at

/ two or three months. Stolte :Mr.! Wm. Baker, Mr. Clyde !Mrs Rupert. The honor guest. records for Polk county last December $2 a crate for fancies $1 for

Mrs. Austin Bliss! ot Jacksonvilleand Pangborn, Mr.! Donald Pangborn was Miss Harriett Boyd of Maaitvlllo. for the killing\ of Llllle choice and 60 cents for culls, according -

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Miss Harriett Byod ot Mead Mr. "'m. Pierce and !Mr. W. B. \ 1'1Other guests Included Brown' another negro woman, in to an announcement mad

II. _.. .________..__..__._.____.__. I vllle, Pa., are guests of Dr. and. Hutchlnson. The Misses Gertrude Mouser 111'1-1 a row over Minnie's husband. I recently by. conference N. R. Koblegurd:with following M.
-- Mrs. Rupert I A very delightful affair of last en Lawrence Elizabeth: Cu The transcript of the record has a

Miami Pro V. K. JIndra alleged grant the injunctions.St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boynton week was the bridge party given Arneeta and Helen Ogden and/ Mist I been placed before Governor DoyleE. Brown the and BiiKhwIck N. PakuU Produce, representing

beauty specialist, was sentenced of :Mrs.! Pangborn Elwell Robinson. Carlton, who must Issue a war- company
who have been recent guests byII'! and Clyde
4, today to one year In the Petersburg-Police here believe Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Carr. left Sun- Wednesday evening at the Inn !\II'. Htlrold Lawrence who is rant for the electrocution, of Brooklyn, N y,, the largest '
i cucumber commission house In
Bounty Jail as a result of conviction they have in. a measure at day for their home In Meadvtlle\ In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert with the American. Telegraph andTelephone Both Governor Carlton and hispredecessor
of Mrs. Co., Durham, N. C., Is former Governor John the United States.
of burning the The
least, put an end to operations ot Pa. Boynton of Meadvllle\ Pa.
during treatment he :, spending a week or two with his \V. Martin have been faced with
!Mrs. James
Jetty guests were: Mr. and '
vicinity left Thursdayfor
confidence In Mr. and Mrs. Kerr
certain men
giving her. JIndra was convicted daughter Gertrude : parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrence the task ot singing!; death warrantsfor Avenarlus carbollneum has been
vas ; Houser and ,
who annually flock to Florida few days visit in the southern
in Dade county criminal Mr. and !Mrs Fred Carrfl'! and white women, but In each Instance found more statsfactory than car
served notice to prey upon winter visitors part of the state. ) .--- the sentence was .commutedto bollneum for treating gummosls
His attorneys
t'ourt. Helen Lawrence.. !Mrs. Robert Boynton !Mr and !Mrs.
"sure fire schemes. Misses\
with their The ,
and of citrus by workers
''lcf appeal. alleged Arneeta and Klwell: Robinson Mr.! and Mrs.! Jacksonville Bids\ < opened fur life imprisonment pMorosU
Five men are In jail today as Elizabeth Caughey Hadford. MrC and !Mrs. !\I..QlIlston.Dr. construction of new building ot Governor Carlton also has two of the Florida Experiment Station. '
to Starke Fri- ,
members of the confidence Helen Ogden drove Riverside Thea.- .t'.t'Jat'ksonYllle ,
Tampa -- S. J. !Murphy a justice Charles O. and Mrs. Rupert, Mr. and Mrs Crane Company to be located on other death! warrants to sign one !
fraternity. They are day. with talkie .
electrocution\ of J. W. Buchan tre opened\ equipment.New
of Dradenton, today F. M. Walrath Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bay and Lee street \
of the peace Hock man, believed to1' be Charles Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Clark en- -
| filed suit federal court for Greenberg of Montreal who is T 4,

|$100,000 damages against the wanted in connection with the alleged l|
iTlradenton Herald and the R. W. of at St.
victimizing a man i
JtPuge': corporation, of Georgia its Augustine of $40,000:; 11. Uouney,,: IISTISi9

|' w ners. He charged that the newspaper said to be anted in Essex county '1

'| carried an editorial defamIng -: J., In connection with a $60-

his character and official acts, IN. swindle;; W. R. Pay, Charles

and asked compensation for dam-i Vogel, and Louis Martin. Beauty for tile Nwe FOI..d '.1

|age done by libel. .1I
Tallahassee -- While Tallahassee -
The Rank of CUra,
Ocala -
slept t. two of the most desperate
\which. closed Its doors October 18 criminals ever sought In Flor- I

] 1928, is paying its depositors 100 ida passed through this city. They: ,

i cents on the dollar, and checks Watson Moulthrope and
are goliy forward now with, the
Roland Lalone who have admitted -
: last 40 per cent of tho amount It their part in the killing

1 has been announced here by the of one Jacksonville detective and
Bank and Trust company .. 1 nL
[ Commercial the wounding of another more e i e4
for the closed instltutlons. -
| than a week ago. They were arrested -
| Depositors were paid In Pensacola Friday night ,

1 three Installments.Ocala .
In and yesterday were Identified by

fingerprints and photographs as
-.- S. M. Hooper today _
the gunmen who have been an object L
filed\ petition for writ of mandamus of nation-wide search since

[ in circuit court to compel W. \V. _ _
the shootlni* The third of the ...
1 of ,
Stripling tax collector w t 'v
bandit trio Leo Landry, is in jail ,
( to separate personal prop- in Jacksonville, where he was

Erty! assessment\ from the automo- found under a house two days after .
of the petitioner and Issue -
bile taxes he and his companions shot
1 a receipt so that he could geta
down the detectives.
1930 license! tag. Hooper con- .

tended that the refusal of they tax . .., bs ..1.
Tallahassee Either juries are ;
tender of'automobile ::
collector to accept
assessment unless other becoming. more sympathetic, law-
yers more clever, or crime in Flor-
personal taxes assessed were paid.
ida Is decreasing because figureson :
Is arbitrary, wrongful, and Illegal. the prison records show that

188 less persons were received at
Many communications
Tallahassee -
the state prison at Uaiford during
both for. and against the
,last year than during 1928. Of
conditional pardon for
proposed the 2,587 at the prison now 913
John J. Mendenhall Pinellas coun- ,
received their papersin
ty life-termer, to be taken up here
1929. Although fifty per cent
Saturday; have been received by
; of those sentenced were under :,/L
the state board of pardons mem- M
twenty-five years of age this same !r
b3M of the board said today! The +' ', itat;MT wt
ratio as to age and nature of the wj. 4.-. >1x y i L /t P f.5i I rA', ny,,' l a aFe
board is to hold an open hearing this 4. ) : ,
crime has been practically\ k',4
4 ,
on Mendenhull's application for .i rM'r' (
same ratio as In previous years. ,. ,
the pardon. The hearing probably Of these 117 white and 153-: negroes "
will be held in the ,tate senate p
of ,
under 21 '
were 1'
reaching here :; ...Au 0 e r1 ,
chamber as reports e p' dr ni
would' age; 98 white and 106 negro prisoners I fri-:.f-+ y" 1 f W
that large delegations V
were between the ages of 21 and if'

be on hand 25; and 430 25 years of age or F 4"

TampaSeveral, -- thousand older. : ::1:1't"

Tampa motorists who bought automobile -I Tallahassee T. T. Turnbull :1i
insurance through Tampa -
counsel: for the Florida railroad!!
Motor club In the Federal Automobile -
I commission announced today that ,
Insurance association of
he has received a copy of an order
before that company
issued by Circuit Judge: George
failed: last spring have been called
Cooper Glbbs at Jacksonville, overruling -
upon to pay assessments equal to +
a demurrer to the railroads "
the premiums they paid. Leading In injunction proceedings, ..w+." 1- 't"i,f r,
Insuranre men here say there is no i'e brio w .'-.r "' wa"S"'r a..
instituted by the commission to restrain -
question about their liability. The
the carriers from
jolt came in the form of asess- r
rates on road materials, r.
ment notice's! from Garrett \V. Olds until municipal the.matter could lit heard by ,.. ". y.".'. ." ..,.rP"9G6 u; aQ '$. e'' fro: > t1 ;$' q , l ', '
receiver of the defunct institution the commission. The'/ railroads ero

and Fae W. Patrick, his attorney gave the commission notice some 4

giving: subscribers until February time ago that they would cancel THE NEW FORD TOWN SEDAN

.10 to pay up, or stand, prosecution. existing reduced rates on roadway
materials and the commission, Instituted In the Town Sedan you see a JUtlngultheJ example; of thaunlirolmn i
Tampa-Ills still believes C. W. the proceedings to restrain sweep of line which aJJt to much charm to all thfnew : '

Nelson at last can bubble in peace them from doing so until the pro- roomy t'urj bUIll.... Rmlinlnr, hoot, easel, town roof tine,

and quiet. lIe is seeking a new posed rate change could be Investi lender, -miry point' of iletlgn reflftlt ihf new style

fuel for Internal combustion engines and beautythat hate been placeiltvtlhln the nirant of rrrrynnr.All ..

but. They the neighbors sniffed are alcohol suspicious. gated. A N 0 T 1IlG' n &? <[> Ifc' W A: I& 15 of the ntno Furd can are finished In a variety of colors i

West Palm neach-Testimony
which he uses for a base, and call-
that they found a
of two officers '
ed the police. The police came loaded gun. cocked and with the ,
looked over the plant and left. The the hand of
safety'off, clutched In .
neighbors called the sheriff. A 10'. ft. Patterson dry agent as he TILE standard of motor car value. i.;
snuad of deputies came, looked lay mortally wounded on the floor introduction of the new Ford bodies bas set a high ill

and left. The neighbors had that I of the home of OE'orgey.. Moore, '

federal t try-try-again prohibition spirit agents.and phoned They alleged attempted bootlegger raid on ,place following last Sat-an From the new drop radiator) to the tip of the -curving rear fender there as an unbroken sweep of line-a j'

also put on a come-look-go act. i today at an
I'urday was presented "J '
;Now there's nobody else for the [ inquest into .the killing of Patterson flowing of contour gaining added charm from the rich and attractive colors. << << << <<

neighbors to call.OcalaAction' and another prohibition officer, .grace 'I

venturIng"-of customs Inland patrol In James the K.two Moncure."officers. The Sheriff testimonyof It. C. You will take a real pride in the smart. style and fresh new beauty of the Ford just as you will find ";

inspectors Baker and City Detective II. F. '

their official. search condemnation for liquor! by has Federal earned Hazard presented was yesterday contradictory by James to that S. an <
Judge Lake Jones, with his declaration Kugler and W. M. McNulty, two

that it Is an "outrageous,' other dry agents, who survived the has been into mass production. :
in mechanical construction. craftsmanship put
thing for border patrol officers to shooting. Kugler and McNulty economy. In appearance, as .
be riding up and down the state testified that all four officers were '

stopping citizens." Judge Jones armed at the time of the attempted baa been added to outstanding performance. c c a C 4C << C 7
federal court here dismissed New beauty
sitting in raid but that none of them ," ,

charge against a liquor Willie transportation Lewis on drew sters.their weapons. from their hol A feature of unusual interest is the use of Kustless Steel for abe radiator shell head lamps, cowl finish : ;

ground that arresting Inspectors .

was were arrested out of their In territory.Marlon county Lewis Stuart, Fla.-A planting i / of 40 hub tail lamp and other exposed metal parts. This steel will not rust, corrode or tarnish and will <

when Inspector P. M. Caldwell acres of avocados Is being madeat strip, caps,

smelted liquor as Lewis' car passed Port Mayaca. according to 1
him on the road. County Agent C. P. Heuck. retain its bright brilliance for the life of the car. Here, as in so many .other important details, you Bee

Notice of the filing Spraying every 10 to 14 days .:
Tallahassee that has been built into the new Ford. << '- C C c.
will keep
at Miami of suits to enjoin with Bordeaux mixture evidence of the enduring .quality .; k 1:
Comptroller Ernest Amos and .W. strawberry leaf scorch troubles under ;'

S. McLln. acting motor vehicle control, according to the Flor- 1 I'.

commissioner: taxes on from motor collecting buses was licenses ida Experiment Station. Roadster, $t35 I'haeloll110 Coupe, $500 Tudor Sedan, $:300 Sport Coupe $530 j

Attorney General Pecan oil can be pressed from :f.
received today by Sedan $670
Fred 11. Davis. The attorney, the fruit and It placed In a stop Two-window Fordor Sedan $600 Three-window Fordor Sedan, 6623: Convertible Cabriolet, $615 Town ,

general was advised of the filingof pered bottle keeps well. It makesa (.ut pr4c./.ab.LMUOitpta./r.44hi.ndd.4wry. tfumjMT c/ul .par. tit* ,*"..) i
addition to salads.
the suits by the county prosecuting delicious FonD ECONOMY '
attorney at Miami who said Chemical teats are being conducted UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY PLAN OF TIME PAYMENTS OFFERS YOU
; '
Importance at the Florida Experiment Sta I'
the cases were far-reaching In '
; No details as to the na- tion.

ture ot the proceedings were given, :
except that notice bad been given Keep the water container In the
poultry house above the floor to .
that Circuit Judge Paul D.
would be asked oa February 1, to I prevent contamination with litter \


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air passing from the ocean to the ..............*........;. Starke school Wednesday, gia.
The brilliant Jenkins FoUhdGuiltyBy Lula McKinney of Starke was Pallbearers were T S, WillIan
gulf is life- giving. "iMr.
( sunshine throughout the winter : GRAHAM : visiting Thelma Brown Thursday.Mr. L. A. Davis, H L. Brownlee

4 i5iA JuryCounty and Mrs. Volley McKinneyand C. Crews, Newn Burney and '
months even temperature dry ..........
r of the hills, delightful fellowship, .............. son, Chester, of Sampson City, Willlamg. The body was laid

wholesome foods, and the many 'ourt fonHunufl- ThreFor <' N. S. Crawford of Baldwin were visitors here Sunday rest In the Prevatt cemetery. ,I'

forms of outdoor recreation cannotbe Term was a business visitor here FrIday. Mrs. Nlram Wynn and childrenwere Witt C. Jones, funeral directoi
I 1)ays January
: visitors from
a' -- too highly Iralecd.I Mr. R. S. Wasdln and Leon Dry- here Sunday charge

C1KULKH: MKTHOIIINT:: : I I Heights"The only village a few of minutes Keystone walk Elbert Jenkins, charged with assault den were transacting business in I Hampton.Mr.. RIley. Wasdln and Leon Dryden CARD Ol.1 THAMiH'
and battery in connectionwith
W. :M.: H. WIMj :MKKT:\ : : I from Camp-of-the-Palms, making Gainesville Monday. were transacting business in
D the brutal! beating of Eddie Mr. II. K. Roberts and Jake Rob- Wo wish to thank our
;JlIOliI'T.nXuOs\ : station Jacksonville Friday. In
) accessible the railroad post
fA dentist Starling In Green's Garage Saturday arts' of Jacksonville was visiting Miss Jeanette and Ida Mae friends who were so kind U
doctors, -
omce. stores, garage
The Circles of the ,' at Union church, school family afternoon, was found guiltyas here Thursday night Johns were visitors here Sunday. during the sudden death of '

Jfo'is :Missionary Society of the apartments, and the cosy Polnset- charged In county judge's court Mr. JimmIe Reynolds of Daytona :Mr. James Reynolds and friendof beloved husband and father JT. <

' dist church will meet Monday tin. Inn. It is located on Lake Geneva Thursday and was sentenced to is visiting his mother for a Daytona were visiting Mr. Rey' Newsome. For the kind wo'

ternoon at three-thirty. The : \ : and Is a charming home place pay a fine of $50 and costs or six while. nolds' mother Mrs. James Reynolds of sympathy and for the beautli,
months Nassau road
jAjha White Circle with Mrs. W. for those who are looking for a on the county Mrs. Agnes Knowles of Sampson here Sunday.lbILliL"ORfl flowers. May God bless you HI I

: Parks as leader. will meet at '! friendly community and comfort- gang. Jenkins was also found : Miss Annetta and Irene Mrs. John n;. Newsome, G

home of Mr and and Mrs ablo accommodations: at reasonable guilty on another charge of reck- North of Green Cove Springs and Newaome, Mrs. Minnie Rye, BNewHome
less and received fine of KKHI-!:
driving a COL'XTV
of Starke :
I toTJ Halle: hostesses, Mrs. Hello rates. The Golf and Country Norma and Fate O. T. Newsome.
$1 and costs or 60 days the las Hubert and Thelma 1IKNT: PASHES: AWAYThe
--Mnj.: \V. E.: Mlddleton. The Club is open to all who come. were visiting --4CK9IKTKRV ---
jail sentence to start the expiratIon -
upon -
:net Peek Clrcla. with Mrs. "Camp-of-the-Palms will be a Brown Thursday night.! :::\ : WORKING
of the six months sen funeral services for John .
I Miss Lula McKinney of Starke
j,1\: .llaynes as lender will meet nt convenient place for those who -
home of Dr. and Mrs. 0. would like to visit different' partsof tence. spent' part of last week with Thel Henry New so me. 75. a well known On account of rain and i II *'I:
Evidence submitted at the trial resident of Bradford county
cia t llaynes. ma Brown of here. weather we failed to have
the state. From this centrally our r'
lhaI showed that Jenkins attacked L. M. and Dock Roberts of whose sudden death occurred last
located point any city in Floridacan ular semi-annual working in Jn/
Starling apparently because of Thursday morning while standingon
I j ItirlTAIj: PWHJKAM: .- be easily and quickly reached Daytona were visiting; here this uary at Dyal cemetery; so we tru
some trouble his brother had had Call street, was held at the
., from state in the week. that all who are ,Interested will
$6; "People every In the past on account of a stolen Minn' Thelma Brown of here residence on Cherry street at 2
given last to Flor present on Friday, February 7
: The program Union are now In throngs
revolver, striking Starling about o'clock Friday afternoon. Rev G.
Mrs. F. II. by spent Wednesday with Miss Irene to help clean and beautify the
I afternoon by Ida. This Is made possible flIng
the head with a piece of pipe. Lat- Lamb of Starke.Mr. P. Raymond, pastor of the Baptist '
and Miss Hazel Jacksonville Atlantic place of the dead.
piano pupils : i steamer to ,
er he would not permit Starling to church, officiated.Mr. .
and Mrs. Jack Wynn onedaughter ,
pupils and Sea- F, M. NormanCommltteeniH
dleton's expression J. Coast Line, Southern,
to doctor for medical aid but
I go a Mrs. Delia Thomas aDd Newsome native of
whose was a
follows: board Ar( Line Railroads,
: Piano: Melody of Love: ( : : main trunk lines pass only a short in forced the direction Starling to of accompany the woods west him children. Cleo and Gus, attended Georgia, but spent the greater partof .

man)Elizabeth /( .E. distance from Keystone Height of church here Sunday night. his life In Florida coming to Key West City council votI>
town. Officers succeeded in
CcLa Reading: My Matrlmonal ., and give service north, south and Mrs. Edith Starling and daughters Madison county 40 years ago.; He appropriation for establishmen

A --Clco Thomas. across the state. Modern buses de running Jenkins down and landed Clarice and Evelyn of Sampson. had lived In this county for the of fish canning factory here >h.>

Piano: March and luxe are always available. For him in the county jail, and sending spent this week-end with' her past twenty yearn. lIe was marriedto Southern Sea Products Compar.
Starling to a physician. Mr. and Mrs. A': 0. Miss Lou Bennett Dec.
parents Sindy
E i Margarlte Prevatt. those who wish to come by motor, Other cases disposed of In
Reading: The Good Little I the finest highways now extend coun- Brown. 31, 1873, and to this union were .
ty judge's court in session for
(Edgar Guest)-Dorothy : ; '' ::\ from all points In the country directly three days this week, are: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Kaaterman born ten children, of whom four Rent
of Lake Wales have mi/Ved into are living.
born. to the entrance of Camp-of-

> Piano: Polish Dance ( ) the Palms. Here one may settle found Clyde guilty Robinson; $10 ,and petit costs larceny or six, their home. We wish them much He Is survived by his widow, Keep the land .improved -

,, .' : -rtunnle Canova> for the winter or sojourn for over- months. success. Mrs. Lou Sindy Newsome two

Piano:' .Minute in G- night or any length of time. The Mr. Leo Dyal spent the week- brothers, .J. J. and W.. B. New-
C ,
Avery Dyal
( open '
Ritch. dark days storms, and cold of the end here with Hubert Brown.Everybody' Borne of Madison, one daughter, When demand comes
plead guilty; $1 and costs.
:cw Monologue At the Shoe be exchanged for has a cordial Invitation G. B. the is
: Northland can Lewis Clark, arson; held to circuit Mrs. Minnie Rye three eons price too high,
,,0 Dorothy Smith. ( the bright balmy springtime found court to church here every night. Newsome, B. E. Newsome and O. then all
following preliminary to
,A: : I'' Piano: Prairie Rose (Benan) here" hearing last The same preachers that were here T. Neweome of Starke. Three we move
Friday bond
'E,. ; I Lola Long. : fixed at $1,000. last year are preaching in the grand children, whom they raised, less desirable prop

Jj ,j ;"." Monologue: Work .*..+.... ................. Nat Richardson petit larceny, tent Mrs. P. T. Turner, Lakeland, Mrs. erty so on until you
of Miss Ruby
'. Bunnle Canova. plead guilty $5 and costs 60 The wedding O. L. Tool, Winter Haven and H.'V out of the
1 : TIIERESSA : ; or Woodswas are neighborhood
\ Thomas and Mr.
I Piano: Indian Dance ( Sullivan, Starke. Other grandchildren
. ., 1 't'? land)-Lillian Sternberg. Miss Rhoda Zeigler Cor, days.Thomas McCook quietly solemnized Tuesday Henry Oscar and J. B. .
petit larceny,
: ,! "' Piano: Forest Voices (Cook) .....>+......;>+... ..*.. plead guilty; $5 and costs or 60 night at 7:00: o'clock at the homeof Rye, Mra. Eula Mae McRae, J. E.
4. Marjorie Stump. days.J. Rev and Mrs. L. C.Smith, here. Perry E. J., Carl Pauline. Lois
I 1 r ,. Heading: A Boy and Ills Rev. Blanchard of Lawtey, filled L. Thlgpen reckless driving The ceremony was performed In and Everett Newsome, and three G. M. Inman
c. ach (Quest)-Murla Weeks. his regular appointment here at the presence of a few friends and great grand children, Julian and
guilty $25 and costs 90
i. Duet: O'er Hill and the Baptist church Saturday and days. ; or relatives. The bride was becomIngly Bobble McRae and Evelyn New- Starke, Fla.
Martlle Hemingway and Mrs. F, Sunday.Mr. G. E. ; dressed in white and the' some, besides a host of relatives
: Long. U, G. Sapp of Lake Butler.anl car groom in light gray. The young '
r In Madison county and in Geor-
plead and
guilty $25
k j Reading: Sister's Best Mr. and Mrs. I.V, Andreu, ; couple will make their home here. .
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I'' !. '.,,; ., ;Martha Brownleo.t and, ,daughter, Grace, of Starke, costs Wiley or 60 days. Mr./ and Mrs. Woods have many STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
"" 4 J; Piano: Rhnpsodle { were visiting relatives here Sun- transporting friends who wish them much happiness -
t : Pressed and
liquor: found not guilty. Suits Cleaned, Reshaped
through life.
011Paety Drlneon'v .
k ; \ -' Monologue: At Rece 8- day.Mrs.. Ben Powell and children, ErvIn Thomas, larceny of dogs; MI' Cleve Rlckenson who has I /. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

':1: 'f Adklns. lira. H. G. Moorer and daughter, continued till February term. been spending the week-end with
( ;i Three different'
\ /, J, Piano: Dreams (Weddle) '- of Putnam Hall spent a while with charges of dog his parents Mr and Mrs Dan

3, ), elyn Stump. friends and relatives here Sunday.Mr. stealing are chalked up agalnt Rlckenson returned Monday to hs! TIlE PASSION PLAY

Ct i' and Mrs. L. M. Henderson, Thomas. position In Jacksonville
Simmons Morocco Shrine Jacksonville, }Florida
Dewey reckless drIvIng Temple Mystic
i ]JlUI)(.JoJ PARTY of Jasper are the proud parents of Mr. W. T. McEver and L. C.
: : : ; bond of $10 forfeited.J. presents tho famed Freiberg Passion Player in their great
a son, born Jan. 30, 1. JO. Smith were business visitors in
''r k Senator and: -1\ ;:; E. M. \ lenderson will be remembered T. Rose, reckless driving; I Starke Monday. tragedy of the Cruclfllxlon. Duval County Armory week
bond of $15 forfeited of February 9.
f entertained members of here a* Miss Eunice Bennett. I Rev. Fife and friend began their

( ?, bridge club Saturday night at ( : Mrs. Everett Neal and son, Cecil McFashton) drunk and. disorderly meeting here Friday night with a Special Railroad fares--Ask any passenger agent.

; I attractive home on Walnut George, retained to their) homo in ; $1 and costs. good attendance. The meeting Eight night pe"fol'mance.Mntlnl'es Wednesday andS

'j Cut flowers were tastefully' Vest Palm Beach last Friday.L. Richard Biye/ alias Benny Red- will run'every n'ght next week. \ Saturday

. S ranged 'about the living C. Zeigler of Gainesville, Miss dick$300, larceny of dogs; bond of Mrs. Ellis Starling and children NIGHTS W1.CCI and $2: MATIXKtIS: : 91 and $1,50< \

I ,:t''S.1 where the guests spent a: I I : Merle Ransone and \V. T. Zeiglerf R. estreated.L. Wlngate, transporting and Mrs, Edmonson of Sampson Send money Order with Reservation
\ Jacksonville were the guests of visitors here Saturday
S evening. liquor; continued. were WIUTK;: PASSIOV PLAY, :MOROCCO: TKMPLI:: ':. JACK-
: :t When ncoren were : \\Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler; Sunday. ulght. .
i I Judgo/ and Mrs' A. Z. Adklns Mrs. J. 8. Jones Is visiting rela- Edwin Drake reckless: driving; Mr. Rufus Johnson and son hO.VVILLK:, 1'LORI11AWaterTested

II /i I ;, high, each lining presented an 'n.'I'I '! lvesln, Lawtey. I I $1B Rob bond Albert forfeited. Fred. were visitors In Broolter
Rubber Clark and
S propriate prize. S Mr. and Mrs. IX L. Phillips of Wednesday night visiting their
I awtey attended church here Sun- 'I Harry Johnson" gambling, plead I
I if",' The hostess served, the brother and uncle Mr. Charlie
guilty; $1 and coata.!
: I> II loX: guests* wth': a salad : day.Mr. Prescott, who i Ie very 111. Mr. -
I Rufus Rjgsby! treKpaile and cuttIng
, S Judttu and Mrs. A Z. Adklns. / : \ \ Arthur Moorer left. Mondayfor Prescott! has many friends who
timber; continued. I
1 and Mrs. it. C. Wall. Mr. and \ Miami wish him a speedy recovery.
Albert Hamilton concealed ; 3..DaySale
J. C. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. O. Olr.VlIson Russ spent Monday I Mien Thelma Brown a'nd Mr.
weapon, verdict guilty $100 and
S L Hensley, Mrs' J. !-J. Corpenlng :! : Miss Rhoda Zelgler Sunday afternoon costs or 90 days. ; Roy Reynolds were visitors in ,

f S )' ; WV C. A. Knight. .
Mi. G. M. Bennett was a business !- '
;r.'IS'; ('.AIU OF TIIAMCH .. .. .. "'II. ."
S : JUNIOR \\'OOI\I\S: rilU'LK: visitor to Starke Monday.In "I' !

: '( IIOLU ANNUAL 1J.f: <:(.'' Ilrooker. Wo wish to thank the m'any .

\ 11 f',3 Mr. jQlyde Brown of Brooke.r friends who so kindly assisted us FLORIDATHEATRE I
; The Woodmen Junior Circle : spent the! week-end with his sister during; the Illness and death of I

\ evening at seven I MI-H Ben !Saseer.jtev. : Irs. A, J. Sowell, our beloved

\ ;\ nt the W. O. W Hall for the !: : S. II. Dodd delivered an interesting mother, whom the Lord saw fit to i 6 @ijnE}

:; .i:, t, :." : pose: of electing omcers for 1930. sermon at the Christian call from our midst on January 6. Home,of \"Itaphollo I I ;

'.. \ r. : The Junior Ulcers were church Sunday night to an audIence We miss her so; vacant chair __

; S I' into the room by the Captain of eager listeners. that can't be filled the days so .

1\l1 11 S Stanley Bennett who stopped Everybody ia Invited to attend lonesome with grief and tears our Week of 'Feb.I TubesDon't

..i' : the altar and gave the ode to Sunday school at the Baptist mother gone to rest with the dead; Program I

'Ii I tI flag and seated the officers. church every Sunday at 2:30: p. m.JSOT1C12 there to await the second comingof
\ ,\ Two members were initiated : the Lord., I Ii

'" : to the mystic and sacred rites : : The Children. let old, leakor /,
>c I -
.r the different degrees of -- ------- i '
J ;; 1. after which they were, hoortly "' I will be at the following nam- Tuesday -:"-' cheap tubes ram

!/:4' )I corned Into t the friendly midst. ed precincts on the days and dates :

k//h; I I Under new business the herein stated for the purpose of GAI!J ; E T Y I & JL'ednesday"GENERAL J your good casing or

officers were elected: receiving Tax Returns for the eo. : CRACK" constantly threatenyou
( i
present 1930, to-wit
; year. :
2 Past Guardian Carrie Hutto. : : ,
rlttnlf t ; Guardian Vonda Inman. Brooker, Tuesday Feb. 11. THEATRESTARKE with with danger.

1." Advisor. Mildred (iriffle.'T < I New River, Wednesday Feb. 12, ---
, ---
Clerk, Julia Tyson. John Barrymore
( t Attendant Francis Overstreet.Assistant Theressa, Thursday Feb. 13, af I FLA. II I
Lowest Prices Ever!
\ .!" Attendant, Julian ternoon. / All Talking in Natural
Lawtey, Tuesday. Feb. 18.
v ,!. 4, fla. __ Saturday Feb. 1
,,'{ Chaplain, Lillie Mae Clark. & : Hampton Wednesday Feb. 19. ColorThursday I Goodyear Pathfinder Goodyear Heavy

S ':. Inner Sentinel, Holcomb Graham. Thursday, Feb. 20, afternoon KEN MAYNARDin I _ Tubes Tourist Tubes
j I
Outer Sentinel Inman Green. Under the law It Is the duty of I

S Captain, Stanley Bennett. every person owning, or having I "TIlE PHANTOM CITY" i & Friday II III TIVE OCTOBER 15, 1929

S 'f'\ Characters: custody of any property subject I also
\ft'It ;' Love. O. P. Hutto. to'taxation. to return the same to I I "SUNNY SIDE UP" Balloon High Pressure

}, Obedience Sidney Grime.S !> the Tax Assessor, between the Comedy "Crazy Doings"And I

iN \ Courage Clara Flume. dates of Jan. lit and April the 1st I Paramount News with 29x4.40 _______ $ 5.90 30x 3 1-2 reg.____ $ 5.05

Musician, Marjorie Stump. : : will do this there will be no cause I Farrell 30x4.50 ________ 6.73: 31x4 ___________ 9.05

The regular meetings will be for complaints Thurs.-Fri. Feb.. 6-7 and 30x4.75 ________ 8.45 32x1 ____:.._____ 9.75

the first Tuesday evening at With the exception of the abo.e11ates Universal Special! I 29x5.00 ________ 8.58 33x1 __________ 10.35

o'clock of each month. Every I will be In the assessors' office in Janet Gaynor 30x5.00 _______ 8.75 32x4 1-2 _______ 13.65

S ior member Is requested to be for the purpose of receivingtax 30x5.25 _______ 9.98 33x4 1-2 _____ 14.15

It ent as a degree team will be returns. "'SHOW BOAT" All TalkingSaturday 31x5.25 _________ 10.35 31x4 1-2 -___- 14.79

,1, ganlied at once under the E. W. HAYES, Also' 32x6.00 ...______ 13.75 30x5 H. D. 8 ply ._ 20.65

S leadership of Stanley Bennett. County Assessor of Taxes 32x6.50 ________ 15.60 32x6 II. D. 10 ply 36.25Do
Refreshments were served I 1-3 1-It. 7th, Episode of "Ace of

f r Miss Vonda Inman the newly / 'Scotland Yards" not confuse Goodyear Tubes with cheap, shoddy,

'v;, c ed Guardian, und all enjoyed Best Purgative for "PARIS BOUND" "loaded"" tubes that so often are offered as "Sale Bar
S very pleasant evening. gains. GQOdyear Tubes are made of livest longest-
, Saturday, Feb. 8 I wearing rubber stock on full size mandrels. They are

1s 1VOODMKN( : :: ('IitCLES! :' ::\n With a Special Cast team-spliced, cured at low temperature with valve]
1 HOOT GIBSON patches) vulcanized in. Each tube tested under tension in

The Woodmen Circle and in All Talking .tube...atel'_. At these low prices it doesn't pay) to gamble on

1jI lor Woodmen Circle held a "THE LONG LONG
4)) !iL1 meeting' Tuesday evening at s ..
TRAIL"Also Talking Singing
r or
Woodmen ball. Guardian UATTEKY CHARGING

lumen in her chair, and .: ;:::.. Comedies DailyGAIITESVILLE5 RITCH'SService
at their stations. A large
; Comedy Turn Him Loose
b -- Announcing our new .r-
of circle members and also Jambwere -
,. Rdteres and Paramount News vice to motorists. Batteries -
present. The officers I
5* ',; seated by the Starke Winners the ,congestion reduce complication ; ,FLA.a promptly., tested and serviced Station

S '? gree team, which always puts I *, hasten 4 recorery. Show Starts at 6:45 -

'J ,' !Afr : : ..w..:'t.:.':' 'f' ,_" 1I>' U! .LUWA'. ,S. -1"'"'._. .;,.'..". L-i" '...;.,..'...--1"1ft. ,, ._..,\", '4\;'!_;_'!J.--_,." '....'..!",,-A' -II-,'.-.""-" ;;;;::--a--;:;A-tr'_'..JP'<.'-,---1'4.', , .,,,Mt.SJ.4..,, .;> '._U.t "-','''''::'.'-''''.' ,. "'1r-.t'\' '.' -,, \"I,'...... I. dIf'P" "-J"t' .1' 'o' \' J"lOch.1tl;; //I. ; i

__ .. .. ,. v'P"r o'n., R nr. :vtM" """ 'S.ywpN'M--L''Yllrr71"411. V 'n.yn' '''','''''''/'',:'''''''.'..+.....Vq..yr r ." ? m.fenw 1 glf.r . n, P' ? .,, ;,...-i"":"" ""',. ,. ., ... r. ... .c. """"" ; ,'' ,.. .., 'i\:!"\ .- ,' ." "'. ". -" .i'\!.


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James Shepard, dad c slater Mrs C,, Hoovercrats OlCOIUil KICKS OVMOHK -- --- <--------2=- ---- -.- : '- l

A. Knight.! T1MK: loll
I \"- 1'"I.UUlI'SIIII'I.lti'l: "/ will not wear the longskirts" II h

Bits of We take caro.ot all special or- Cannot Run "

ders for window shades, rods and Atlanta Jan. 24. -- A telegram I { 1
In PrimariesLetter of the United &
draperies. Any width color and from Lee A. Strong ? I 1

quantity desired. Satisfaction State plant' Quarantine and control Cried angry Kitty Blue t I
administration\ advising: of the extension -
weal jt.Ie* guaranteed. Stump's Store. of Law Kn Them According -
until February 28 'of the \
/ to H.n\ln "That is I will not wear
period for the shipment' of sterilized -

Quality seeds, new crop and fruits from Florida has been 1!'
Our People Business and So-called Hoover-Democrats of I"
true to name atYblte"*. 1-31-31. protested by Manning S. Yeomans, :

Progress of the County and Town. the last general election cannotbe Georgia state entomologist. Unless the others do." "

Mr. and Mrs. William Blakely candidates for ofllce In the coming "I protest vigorously against extension I ,t

and little Bill\ Jr., of Jacksonville Florida primaries It the election ," ho .said, "as It affects ''I
..=.. ==_=..== = _. Back In the old days ot the flea] Estate< Room Jack I {
Ca ------ ----------------- O"orglaIllbama Mississippi and
I \ were vUIting Mr.' and Mrs. laws of the state are to be fallowed .
WEATHKH REPORT Messrs. G. W. and R. E. Huzen \/. \Balsden here this week. literally, Attorney General Louisiana I ask for a hearing. I human decreed that in order lo be In style and look likea I j

of Brooker spent Monday here. Fred If. Davis declared In an opinion do not, desire to take the slightest real estate agent you had to wear knickers The word II,II
k ending Jan. 29, 930. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lord and rendered Mond.iy: change" with this dangerous In- quickly spread, and out went the longlcs and In their place 'I

( Date Max. Min. Preclp. Mrs Effle Miner of Lawtey was their guest! Mrs. Phlla Heller, While expressing hesitancy upon : sect. there appeared upon the streets of Starke the most. col- '
lit 47 Continued shipment would hinder s
23 + /la '
Starke Tuesday afternoon. rendering an op'nlon: on the subject -
have returned from a recent tripto eradication of the he said oiful array of short pants I' have ever seen. Doctors,
58 _
U \\30 the attorney general, in replying ( ,
Floral City. < druggists, merchants, Insurance agents, deputy sheriffs. .
25 57 82 -
Dr. G. W. Brown ot Lawtey was to a letter from a Hastings,

26 6. 81 .t-' !In Starke Saturday. V\A.\ resident pointed out that I':ix.\Miv\TH roll they all.worn them Now the ladles are having their

2T T& 43 Mr. and Mrs. J, Brugger of Milford one of the terms of t the oath to lie' TOAST (;i'Aiu> ('.\I>)>I':1'i'I: troubles hecaiiso Fashion has decreed long dresses. I

28 79 54 New silk, frocks at Stump's. Conn., are spending while taken by a candidate Is that lie meet admit that I always thought the short ones looked
29 54 here before making a trip to South
did not vote for nominee of
Florida. any Congressman R. A. Green bus nil\ right, and it would suit .me If they stayed that way.
Miss Zelnrn Slay of Green Cove any other party, national, state or Just been advised by Admiral I'C. .
and Mrs. II. S. Carroll were Hut I have to the conclusion. that
Springs was in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. county, at the last general elec- nillard, commandant of the come they are going to i

Kcksonville last Thursday. Miss Runt) Sternberg was !hostess tion.This United States Coast board, lie, lout, and so I had a lot of them shipped In from New I ,

Edna K. Anderson of Key to her sewing club Tuesday means Mr. Davis explained ington, 1>. C.. of a 'Rsh-I York and they really look gaud The prices are $fl.)5!
B, Jacobs was a business stone Heights spent Tuesday here. afternoon her homo Walnut
at on l, that Democratic candidates for amination for appointment of
I and $11.95>, and are wonderful values. Also", got In Home I
>r to Jacksonville Tuesday street nomination the June primary Guard cadetsto
States Coast
Mrs. Alice Langford spent Tues- United Spring Coats, prices $6.95 to 17.60\ Th"y're11t1R\ )'. 1
will have to sign a sworn statement be held June 18-20, 1)30.!)
day In Alachua with friends. Miss Pauline Uelger left Mondayfor that they did not vote for Judge Green stated that this examination When It comes to service" you might well have the best

Lakeland, after a few days any member of nny other party was open to young men and while It may Bound as though I am bruggln I'm heroto +

NT A Mr. T. D. PInholster of Hrooker visit with her aunt. Mrs. P. J. other than the Democratic, party In
WORD between the ages of 18 and, 22, tell you that you can always get the best service at this
was in Starke Saturday. :Pearce, the last general election."I and that, It offered an exceptional store.. .

do not presume to say what opportunity to those who desire

COLUMNSALE Children's wash suits and I Mrs. W. H. Struth left Monday legal effect the above quoted section this line of service. Similar qualifications Mill\ CtoNlitK<< / Out It'n'H Nultx at :Ul I"'" rut off

dresses at Stump's.Mr. .. for Jacksonville where she spent of law will have Insofar ns are required for the IT.

Fat fryers, 30c several days with Mr. and Mrs W. the June primary IH concerned," S. Const Guard cadet as for the Mull* Nude. In hrn ton

undo Phone 123-J.. It* and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell were L. Edwards. he added, "It the oath IH to be construed United State Naval and Military I STERNBERG'S .., or ,shoes r
In Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon tinler.3Y.M/! .>f M*.
as meaning what It \literally \ Academy cadets, and similar allowances -
second Mr R. R, Brown of Jacksonville TIIK IIIOI.I \IIMC: NTOIU;
RENT First and !! says, then no person can becomea and training are to be .
foor apartments. J. F. Kicker. \ Is visiting her son, and candidate for office In the Demo- had with the Coast guard. I !':-' --=- H-.. -we

l-3tf. !Mi'. David Moore was a visitor daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O. cratic primary next June who voted lie urged that nil young men .
here from Lawtey Thursday morn- A.. Andreu. IUI'I'U' (IV" :1.10'\1' iii. t'. l...WlH -
for Republican at the last
Interested either write to or II. II. I..WHM.

SALE-Wood, stove and fire- Ing. general election, while at the .same to Admiral Blllard for full particulars ,v... the'under igned l taxpnyere of M, IIIdl....

ace E. M. Thomas, Phone 92. Col. D. E. Knight and State's time such person could not legally and Information. 'V..o.'h.w"oIuhN'h..ol.' rust rlct No. .H l-3l.8t-J-2

|17-4t Mr. and Mrs. Robert. F.. Demo- Attorney H. V. Knight were professional run as a candidate for nominationIn of Mruilford C'uunlwill present our
podtlnn to the Hoard of. I'ubllc In- NO'I'll'K nf I."rIO'f: : '
rest returned Wednesday .after visitors. to Macclenny the Republican primary If such I WHAT ISA I JOY? Htructltm of. Hrnilforil. County, Florida -- .
E GRAFTING through Feb- spending six weeks In Key West. Monday person also voted for one or more . at a regular. nixrtlnic, Monday, W'"' the undersigned l taxpayers of ''i
1 March. A. lOa( nf I o'clock. t" auk. for fI.llb.o"01"111011"1"01 l hitch. riot Nt). 15
ary and first week In March. I Democrats, which would In effect lie Is a person who la going to an vlnrtlnn to ilrtvrmlna. whether or of Hradfnril. I'ounlwill i>r..Krnt our
i straight. O. D. Kersel, Starke. Every day is bargain day at Mills Lillian Barefoot and Mr. mean that It the law Is literally carry on what you have started. not Womlluwii. Hiili-Hi-hool DlMtrlct petition,' to the Iln..rd nf r-ubllo In-
Stump's. Norman Slmma"1 of Sandersonwere No, R nliull. consolidate with Dlittrlcti at 'Ilon of until runt Pointy, Flr-
1312t. followed, no person can run for I. lie Is going to sit whero you are No. 9, t 10, IB and It, to fleet thrtruxtvo .... Ids. at n regular meeting In ho held"
guests of friends.. here last office In the next primary who voted sitting, and when you are .gone; attend and' determine l the I mllluire. Jliuch: n. 1''.:in. at I o'clock to auk '
Furnished Mr. and'Mrs. Dale Van SIckel of .Wednesday .. to Im nssese'd.. nwuiiiHl the coiiHulldutoil \- for an rlHiMlon lo determine wln-lh-.
RENT apart- a split ticket consisting puitlyof to those things you think are dUtrlrt.. ir or not; llnllhrnnn Nub! -Nchoul! ht l 10..
ent with private bath, garage. Gainesville were visiting here.Sun-, Republicans and partly of so Important. J. H. Norman Irlot No, It shall ronollrtal. with
l 111"1'1<" N".. H, U, In and. Is, to
Walnut day. Judge Hal Y, Maines of Lake W. II. Norman elect "
ITS. Ilamrlck South Democrats at the last general You can adopt all the policies J. M Norman. three IruHIrM unit determine. the
>eel It* I Butler/ was attending court Tues election." you please, but how they will be J. 1\1. Hauler. amount of mlllHKR lu h. nitMmnnt. r
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and While here he H. Thi KillllHt I the coiKolUliitvil rtletrlct
day. was the guest If >iu|>H The said he
attorney general carried out depend upon him. T. N. NcirniiiiiM.
SEEDS FOR SPRING family of Jacksonville were here I of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kennedy was not "expressing any opinionto I Even: If you make leagues and If. T. lli'iinvlt. ,'I'U'1o .. I.VWH| j t
I K .1. I'n I tot ,
lantlng. Cole Planters and Sunday.Mrs. the effect that the oath will he treaties, he will have to manage W. T. TIIIlM

rtlltzer[ distributors, also Rlv- Good Florida Peanut Seed at so upheld or applied !in practiceor I them. M. M. en '
oi- 1:1.1'141'\1: :
Alverna Dean and Mrs. G. reasonable .1, F. Ktckllter. 1 : : Itufna Breen
Iri' Plows at While's, 1-17-41. price. that It would be
I"Rallf so ap lie will assume control of your: !.1. A. llrni-n
R. Frlsbie spent last week in 24-tf. , nfKfll Willie Urnvn'
plied. cities, states and nation W", III" ttmtcrxliriieil tnxpnyorn
Green Cove Springs.' IHxirlct' No. W of It ir I I'nrii''HlI,, '
ill SALE Simpson sugar cane "I merely make reference to Ho Is going to move In, and takeover' I'niintr' will jiroxwnt' niirpplltlnn M.Ithnden' .. it
[or seed, genuine Porto Rico I Mi. and 'Mrs. Glen B. Searingleft what (the oath says and will leave your prisons. churches, lo the linnul, or I'lilillt In- .1. 1'. Junes.
New spring,shoes on display at I Wednesday for Live Oak HrrmlUin. of litinir.iiHl 1 County "'101'- L I'' l'lo"no"a
west potato Seed.. J..M. Truby, 1 Its legal effect to be thrashed out schools universities and corporation I Ida nt n rvKulnr mistime Mniulay' J.01,
Stump's. where will visit Mra.
luarke, Fla. l-17tt they seRr-1 in the court," he plate;!L i *. March 3 bait' Ht I o'clock to ask for 1-hl-it-o'rtrlI
ing's mother, Mrs. K. \ . A1YUUI'\ work U going to he nn ;election i to, dslerndnt'. : whether, or
Avery Powell of Jacksonville I not lfOll..y H"h.I'I' ))11 lr..t. Nil. : : ; I
n SALE--Just received large I I Judged and praised or condemnedby 11 shall. rnnNKllilntt with Iliad, riots
was visiting relatives In Starke I>i'. H. B. McLendon left the nmisr: i'K.\vnx iIDV \ Jo'IOIt- -
shipment of bean seed, all va- him No M, III, /III end: H I" pled l three
rieties. Squash, tomatoes, Ppjra. Sunday first of the week for Tampa, where I I 'reputation future triter.: < snit d.'trrmtu.. thin nmotintot W.t, I Ihn iiiKlerxlRnMil: t''xpr1Y'1's nf
Your and your mlllMKa tu tio 1\.1 aKolncttho Vandcii'l.llt Mu h-gi hool "'nlr't. | N"<
he will have charge of the State --
Brownlee Ilros. Starke. 1- mnnnlliUIKil tllnlilut. ..
ore In his ]hands. or lirnilfoirl fonnlv will prrn m'
10-tf. Mr. A. I). Andrews, of Ralford. Farm exhibit at the South Florida/ "['lIe worked !In turpentine till .r. r* ItnileihtllW. our petition. to tht. Ronril of I'uMI..
All :your work Is fur him, and M Oliver .
I null ucr lint vt Hi-ndfor.l
County i'iiit .
was a business visitor here Wed Fa'r.: my life, but never'sct out pine .
o. ( fronb,
-- the fate of the nations! mid ot humanity n rriruliir m ,i>lln r Momliiy March
I> LET. .Hampton Heach Chateau nesday. ""T"- --- trees before., Thosa words are Is In his haiuN.: V. A., IIrnwnl"tr 1. lUSll at t o'clock: to: unit f.m. 1 J
C' A
Jolinn1C tilfftlnn, lit rlpp'rivilnc, " win'th. I
hoard the Florida <.r
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown'spetitthe as Forest Ser-
and bath IIHIHe.VIII give Sn It might bo as well!I to pay 1 U. UmliM-hlll' I not ,,"dl1.'hlltIlIb.H..h.. : .,"| in' u',
Mi" and Mrs. Carl Woolen of week-end here and were ac vice men supervise the planting of W. L,. .liihnnoiiItrlrton No, to nhull oijiiHiillilnlc, with i-
(good trade to responsible peo- him atUMitlon. \V.liter: Garden IJ
sumo .
Lawtey, were visitors here Tues 'companied! back to Tampa by Mrs year old pines Alvnms. t-Ht-ttt-Z-S* Irl.K Nns'N, |9 i, 11 and IK" I' vi) i iIhnip I'
ple. Apply tf) or write Mr. (or- (Cirowei*. I lrn (I"..iM and l 11"1,1"l i ihunivunl I
lon, Hampton It* day afternoon. J. M Hdwurd, who spent this \Vlth only 6,000 trees set outlast ---..... I of slats Inus ,. d \\1,
week with them there. !! year the interest in forest true UBitlniit. I h" .. atpdadatpd illntn, i iI
V. J. r.tUNKLL: "SIUITKITO :" :010'1'101: fll" I-I.I'I'IOY: : ,, t* Conner t
hST Laillon Victoria: Dresses nt -.-.--.--.---- planting increased'} tremendouslyas R. ,M. At varan .t
Oil STOLEN White Kei l'SJt'S'tH'STY ;
$1.00 each. Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Unllen will II"I.n:;;;:; ; atUlftfn "
llor mall brown Stump's, bargains are nearly ona-hulf a million W. the tuxpuycrc\ Wdlr.altarnage f,
puppy, spot ,
| 'hunt, J list riot N.> Ill
Mllh <
[near eye Reward for information In Philadelphia, Pa., thin week fro In tho ground this season. The N. J. Furnel.] a road maintenance / of Brad/aril* rtllml: Y. will ur"|i.nt cur (I. 1.. "Sapp' 't.
[ Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Fortner of where the body of Mrs Bui ten's ( majority of these\ are from 1 the I petition to I the Boa.ul nf Public In- W. K.: 8.pp w
Wllmer HoltIzondorf for "late l road departm
retu nmn
or a i Florida /Ul] lory deep
ol HrniJror'l County
Lake Geneva, were visitors hero father, P. J. Grau was taken for Florida' Forest Service NllrAI.'ymalntalnoel ' H'ructloti J..r' \lv.r. J\\
Starke. ll'nit was transferred to Union nt t rvirulur l mrHinm MoiidHy, r
Wednesday. burial.\ at tho state farm at MUCH! l to30. at I o'oU.c'k I 1 lo ask W R. ConnerK 1 '
--- county around' the first of the year roe .olni'tlon lo determine whet h- t'. .\lv.I' ,
[ SALE . No. 400-egg Slep- ----- Kalford, Florida. About 3J 0.4100 and, now has charge) of I the maintenance or ur nut UlNlns I : ""h-Nroh.,1. UlntflvtNil. Hffn y'enikn.r, : .f:
hatched Mi' und Mrs.' M. D. Uumgarner Giant Stringing: Tennen- slash and longleaf are being sold road tit in. span riillWI/llilKld Wllll il lu J. ir. Mnnnlntr I
ten incubator. Always of three state .rh I 'TM NI N. I II), 10 and Ifl, to olfclIhriiu MNclt .\
and Myrtle Reddish, were In Jacksonville see Green Pod, Bountiful Valentine at $ ".00 l per thousand( \ to land owners >M W M. H..IItJl..W.
< h
J'X! () per cent spotted Poland that 1'(11111)1'-38' ) IB anil 49. Ho .liiint. ..." snit 11.,1',1" the | Jrl
Saturday afternoon. and Ford Hook Bean Sued who wish to make their Idle HUIOIIUI. of nillliiKu e.l hwaK .....'""'.I! S..t. Miirnmntt
[China gilt; 1000-chtck Sold- has ten men, In his Toad WhllnhcadM. ,
J. )'. Kickllter. 1-24-tf.. acres productive. Private seedbeds district.W .. M ,
[hart brooder. C. Letsch, Starke. ance clew. UIl\11I11"1I-1 1'. (',ro.liy.1.I' V. AlvniusI i
l-24-2t: Mrs' Anna Murrhee Is home H or nurseries! supervised by', The past eight' years I. ( A. t'ro,,101'l '. J.. I Un.tir.. >,

again after a ten day's stay at Riverside The ,/. T. Weeks Chapter, U. the Forest Service have an outputof It Thi>inn,* I\ It. Alvarag1V }
. a' (
,- -- --- nell had charge of the maintenance .'. 'riioiniin" "o"by vV
STOi.S Hospital u In Jacksonville. D. C., will meet next Wednesday 170,000. These sturdy young 101. K. K.'IIylneler \- II.( llHl>Icii|
.: 2 between Lake
i 3T HTIIAYKP OR work, on No. : I. I. NirmaaIr.w .
Largo collie dog, light: brown \ afternoon at three-thirty, at the pines are from seed or "pine mass"planted City and tho Santa I'a river, winch\ I '.I."d. I (c'roxby*1')1'' I Iti-ilillMh, .'

liolor with white ring around Beautiful Humming Bird Hose. home of Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Darby, last January. l Is the line between th'. and Ala- .it H .''.....I.Y i-3I I.r.I-I""
All the new spring' shades. Don't on North Cherry St. 't I These pines ore furnished by '
[neck Had pad locked collar chuii county, a distance ot III"utI -
forget they aro absolutely guar- the Forest Service at cost of $''00
The condition ot ;
[Liberal reward. C. N. Christy. I : miles. good
1-31-tf. anteed at tump'.. Mrs. A. M. Hodgson and little per thousand. Tills! number will the road demonstrates the good r

daughter have returned to Palatka plant from t 1-3 to 3 1-3 acres, care It has received Mr. Farnell
B. and son, after a visit at the home of her the "I
Mr. A Surrency I depending on pacing lined. .
IR SALE -. Improved Missionary \lives In the Mlkesvllla community
1 strawberry plants Arkansas Mallie, of Brooker were here Mon- parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. J, Bui- Tho labor charge covering the i ihe FouNmnoN //'

afternoon. len. planting of theRe trees in about >1
grown nursery stock best Tarpon\ Springs Second unit 0( .
equal to the cost of the trees as at Tugwell & Wiseman canning
buy. Florida certi Satisfaction can guaranteed. Mrs A. M. Cureton of Miami is Mrs James Godbold of Jacksonville two common laborers can easily factory started operations recently. SUCCESS .. l

Don't elsewhere until the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W L. spent Sunday with her sister, plant over 1,000 pines In a day. I ---- KelJ Jtt'j
buy you Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. Mrs. Godboldwas No t'j
Wall this week. watering or fertilizing Is necessary ;
write for my prepaid prices. I
accompanied home by Mrs W. the only core being protection Women Suffering
second In Sept. Oct.
buy runners
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. A. Z. A. Stroman, who spent this week from fire. This Is especially :
and November, W G. Shirley, r
Adkins and Mrs. E. M. Johns spent there. I essential In the early life of these Bladder Irritation
Dlnsmore Fla. 1-17-llt.
this week visiting In Tampa.Mr. 'trees. Last year a survival ot 82 llt l'.f.
It functional Bladder Irritation '
Full line Tomato Melon and percent resulted from the plantIngs -

ERMANENT WAVING $5.00.- and Mrs. J. R. Boring. Jr.? Garden Seeds. J. F. Kickllter. 1- : which, is very satisfactory.Ordinarily disturbs your sleeps. or causes
Our method produces) a soft. Na- turning or Itching Sensation, 'If
of Waldo were visiting! here re- 24-tf. a 72 percent survival Is f
tural Marcel with ringlet ends. Ilackache, Leg 1'alns, or muscular
cently. considered a success according to
$10.00 Permanent Wave Guar- Lieut. Col. Nobel J. Wiley senior Mi- C. If. Coulter, Forest Assistant aches, making: you reel tired, de-

anteed 6 months, for only $5. Miss Elizabeth Howe of Law- instructor ot the 124th Int.. of who In charge of this work. pressed, and discouraged, why not r rl'
Take advantage of this opportunity 48 Hour' Test
tey was .visiting friends here Friday the Florida National Guard was In Over 100 seperate plantings try the Cystex

and call for< appointment. afternoon.Mrs. Starke on official business Tuesday will be made this season, forty-flve Don't give up. Get Cystex today.

10 days starting'Saturday, Feb. While here Lieut. Col. Wil of which will bo demonstration Put It to the test. See for yourself '

let Mrs. Falkenstlne at Starke Mrs G. was the dinner guest of.Mr. and how quickly It works and
J. T. Moore and ey plot. located adjacent to well traveled -
Hotel. Phone, 129. W. Roberts were visitors here Mrs.! T. T. Long county roads or state high what It does. Money back If It 1

from Lawtey'Saturday ways. The plans for next year dopin't bring quick: Improvement, In erecting an edifice one never

AISE RABBITS FOR US-Small Many friends throughout the and satisfy you completely. Try
call for doubling the capacity of
devoted to W-O strain fur Only 60c. Corpen- begins with the roof. And in T' j
space adore/ Gossard Fruitland Peninsula, will learn the State Nursery to supply the Increased Cystex today.

rabbits 'will! pay big dividends.Can Girdles and Combination at with much interest that Dr. E. T. demand. 'Ing's Drug_ Store. '!
be successfully raised in building a financial career one ,
Stump's. That new frock calls for Campbell, of Welaka. is fast regaining -

your back yard. Turn spare of all his health, after a Beige ot
new lines. We, take ,care fl-:
hour Into profit) ; Territory representatives special orders. illness lasting for several weeks. does not start in with high l

wanted. Rabbit. on
Crescent City Journal.
display at Bradford County 1 nance That may come later. But 'f.
Col. E. M, Johns was. a professional DeWITT C. JONES
Farmer Supply Co. Writ Ott visitor to Green Cove Mesdames D. E. Knlght'and II.

Rabbitry Inc. Hawthorn .Fla. 131.4 Spring Monday.Dr. V. Knight spent Tuesday In Jack- at the beginning a steady sound r

t. sonville. They were accompanied HARDWARE{ FOR HOME AND FARM foundation of savings i ia neces .J I
W. D. Brlnson of Baldwin. homo by the latter's mother, Mrs. ,

and Mr. T. A. Brlnson of Hugh, Alice Thomas of Wilmington Del.,
Let of our deposit books i j'be
ASBESTOS SHINGLES ROOF- were. In Starke Sunday. 'who is spending the winter In FARMING IMPLEMENTS sary. one 01

ING Florida. the cornerstone of your success- { '
Mrs.. B. Jacobs, Mrs. William '

BUILDING MATERIAL MILL- Dob row. Miss Rosalind Jacobs and Auto tops, cushions and cuih- FARM SUPPLIES ful financial structure. 1

Miss Ruth. Sternberg were. In lea covers M. Levlton. IStf ....

WORK, LUMBER Gainesville Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. STARKE FLORIDASee
The annual business meetingand ; ,

"Anything Contractors Use" N. Sternberg and Mrs. E. roll call of Baptist church

rite for our low cash prices f. o. L. Biggs were visitors to Glen St. members will bet field on Wednes- BANK OF STARKEAN

b. your job via truck Mary Nurseries Wednesday after- day evening Feb. 12th. Refreshment the new Bona-I'honic Phonograph/ and then get

|KNIGHT BUILDERS' SERVICE noon. I plan *for. will this be iqeet', and Begin Ut u to* details from tile Girls Basketball Ball Team HONOR ROLL BANK

227 W. rorsyth St. Jacksonville. ;
Florida. C. C. Shepard of HHlUrd. spent I all work: toward a Urge and .ntbusiastltf I

12-ll-tf. Wednesday,,with bU. motkr..Mr- ., :. ''.atberlD .It. -- -. .


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Every farmer 1s

Farmers and Farming the Improvement of his soil a fact
"The Voice of Florida"Farm that cannot be overlooked. Cro- it

talarla, a summer legume, answers
(By Agricultural Editor) .1 the expectation of soil Improve-

radio talks are broadcastover ment. The county agent has a limited

wnuij, state and university amount of seed available at
'Iac PULL !towS
'D I Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles station from 12:15: to 12:45 eastern a very small cost and every farmer ...

of Farm Experiences and Methods\ FoundTo standard time in co-operatlo should at least try to put it on a

with the Florida Agricultural Extension small acreage of his poor land this VOL. IV.No. 2 Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation CopyrilitW(( ,
Be Rest Suited to Our Country
;f( Division. The programfor summer. It is much better to get -

next week follows: food from the air than to MORE 100 useful materials "FouAce
.,1 I= --',. '"", ,,,=.c==,,,,- __. __ ____._ __ _.____._, plant THAN Oranges Came from Orient CROPS kuch as cuhb l
---- farm
1 Florida fertiliz ba-
Saturday Feb. purchase it in commercial are now being produced from spinach and timothy are heavy oJ,
U\S.S.\T..J.: .. ('O\'THO'J: cups raisins 1 cup sour milk, 4 News and U. S. Farm Outlook for er. Crotalarla does this work. gases, or sugar' cane that has been Rome In all her. glory knew nothing sumers of ammonia and usually,!

'" I FOIl aiOLrM'KK'KKTH:' : : cups: pastry flour, 1 teaspoon ginger 1930. : Call on the county agent for Information ground. citrus: of fruits.oranges, lemons, or other spend 'well to nitrogenous ferl f

11): .,, IN ItKCKXT: : TKHTH: 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tea- Monday, Feb. 3.-Spraying! and regarding this plant. --v-p The 'tree with the golden fruit" lizers.Mcssachijseft,Agricultural

spoon soda, and 3 teaspoons bak- Fertilizing Citrus E. F. DeB sk. Don't neglect tbe treating of was born In the ancient East where Colfo"/ ,

Lead arsonate as a new control I Ing powder. extension citrus pathologlst-ento seeds against fungus diseases, and "Most Effective Means" _ v-c---
,----- for more-crickets la the recent discovery Cream ehorlen'ng.! add '
& sugar; mologlst. don't confuse seed treatment and And Controlled \'J
of the entomologists' at the and beat until light. Add molas Tuesday Feb. 4 Capita seed Inoculation They are dis- "Increase in population) :means 'by

TC Citrus Experiment Station, Lake sea spices! salt, then soda dlssolv. Needed to Start a Poultry Farm 1 In tinctly different operations and Increasing demand for food. Already "DISTRIBUTE; the ripening! San, ,!

; Alfred ed liiil, tabtespooiocold water, Add Florida-Frank \V. Brumley, asso serve altogether different- pur- the best lands and sections of your fruit crop so the work 11
occupied. Our hope should be
The rtiole-crlcket burrows Just beaten raisins are the risk :may be spread out. T'L
1 eggs, and sour milk elate professor of farm manage- )
poses. built on land already producing.:
t below the surface of the ground Sift flour and baking powder: together i ment, College of Agriculture. The best farmers are already( ( / this may "done-W."through A. DuPuy.cbolct ,,\

( and eats off the roots, and some- and add. Drop from table- Wednesday, Feb. 5 7" Act Now land.In position to BO on developing

$ times the above ground parts ot spoon Into greased shallow rectangular and Have Fresh Vegetables-M. n OUTLOOK RKPOKT; Improved methods. Commercial v-fl----. -

4I vegetables. ornamentals, and pan. Bake in oven at Ensign, truck horticulturist. Flor- -- fertilizers will prove the most effective India meets China, writes W. A. Du Where the
granites. The Insect has been hardto 400 degrees. Experiment Station. Primer for The Federal Farm Board warmly means of > pcurln larllerFields.A. Fuy, and spread west from India Trouble I I
R.WHITSON Wisconsin Africa: to Spain. The SpanIards I Iwith
across -
com but. To treat tile ground }'or the S( hlH.1 Ltuirli Town Farmers. commends to American farmers "If an Intelligent xnanufuctut
College of Agriculture. brought to Florida the seeds of
with contact chemicals in expen- Tako plain Graham Feb. -Some thing discovers that his goods do not 51
crackers Thursday! the outlook service provided by the the Seville or sour orange that now
1A/: : sive and not effective unless a spread( with butter and brown sug Florida Farmers Should do in Feb- Federal Department of Agriculture v-a grows wild In that state. he knows that something is wro'

Cc'I4 /large area is treated. A poisoned and with editor Sweet oranges cam from China. -
1 or sprinkle pecans. Placeon ruary J, Francis Coop r, "Fiic per ton meant nothing. Price .
halt lo be effective must be burled and the Agricultural Extension Without good fertilizer like V-O,
C'Er the pan in the oven and heat Florida Agricultural Extension DIvisIon per pound of plant food I i. the true, I
beneath the surface of the ground. until sugar melts. These are something I Service in the various states. I measure of value and economy." I they/ all might as well have stayed

In experiments whore twenty different and are both wholesome Friday, Feb. 7 Control of Improved farm Income requires Maisachusctti Agricultural College. whero they were.

pounds of lead urnenate per acre and delicious for the children's Parasites In Sheep Dr. A. L. planned production and effective V"v
was spread over I the surface the school lunch. Slu-aly, head Animal Husbandry v-a 'Ii' ts THE good fortune of the
marketing. In one ,
any year
mortality of crickets was high Division! of Florida Experiment Farm Fires Arc farmers that their product are ind-t-:
) 1, j production planning must precede Costly eliJ1Gbl.."New YORK TIMES. .
few and the late
?: within a days Station.
effective marketing. In spite: of
4T TUB COUJiTV AOKVTIIKC'OMKH. Farm fires In the United States v-O
"' \ cricket Injury wan much less. The U. S. Farm Flashes, and answersto his goods Iii"prices, big ,
t. all that nature does a large responsibility -
9 : A lives and
1"IXTl'JUAmerlcan : cost 3OCX a property loss of
Insects In working through the Florida problems from the "Fertilizer i* an essential element ode of sale, or with somebhlnn ot'J
for farm outturn rests
150 million dollars ,
A t ground finally get enough poison Farm Question Box will be featare. every year says In the production of more fruit and which he has control. Ka eXBmln,
with the farmers themselves. The the Yearbook of Agriculture. The
'r from their feet and( mouthparts to agriculture had undergone ot better fruit. A starved tree will himself and his market, and tries
IcI of each The etatlon'lI
program. principal causes are do-
t kill them, the entomologist ex- many marvelous Improvements surest way to control an oppressive lightning; not produce either Quantity or find out where the trouble lies, '
' plained. : during the paRt .Quarter of frequency is 830 kilocycles surplus is to prevent it. No Quality fruit."-The Citrus Industry. SAMUEL CROwnm!

;t, A blmllar treatment has been a century. In fact the past twen marketing machinery can insure V-O--- V-O

I o.g r ,:; micceagful in the control of the ty-five years brought more .'-11 HOOK-IT riATt'IHUY good I prices and satisfactory Income "THCRB is very little land that

Jupunsese beetle in the north. changes that have tended to Improve If the farmer plants and cannot be made to produce larger "THB FERTILIZER FACTORY of todj

1 the science of farming, add A national hook-up up of 40 stations breeds unwisely. The day Is past crop yields at a profit."-DR. d UTers from one of a few decodes o J
E. BEAR. primarily In mechanical I
when farmers safely- plan on equlpnuc
to its efficiency! and lighten Its will broadcast a 4-H club can
!c nw : I burdens than had been made dur- radio program Saturday, February, the bass! oC current or last year's v-p--. replaced Material-handling the shovel machinery and whet;]

RL'UAI: COMMON: HKXSKUy ing the preceding two thousand 1, from 1 to 1:45, eastern standard prices, or on guesses about the fu- fectlve chimneys and heating apparatus Farming Takes Management\ barrow."-H. A. CURTIS.

.: NI>UI].* JohnsonJtUiLi4 years. Undoubtedly the most out- time. Outstanding experiences ture. Planting and breeding operations careless use ot fire, combustible It takes management to farm
L standing single'contribution! to agrIculture oC club members, will be told by should rent on, tim best roofs, -spontaneous isnl-. successfully these days. Irish potatoes - v-a

__ d'urlng the past twenty- themselves, specialists will speak possible size-up of the market out-' tlon, careless use and storage of furnish a good example. The "POTATOES are heavy consume

'lIl'JWIU: five years has. been the develop- and music will be furnished by the look at home .and abroad for a gasoline and kerosene, and faulty' / man who grows them for market of potash and at the same time

'I HILj ment of county agent and home U. S. Marine Band Orchestra year or, more to come. trical wiring appliances.and Improper use of eloe- must know his business to make a such poor foragers for this plat

The demonstration Such an appraisal is given in the Fire-protection food that fertilization Is almo'
well-planned brick school agent work. With Among stations broadcasting the apparatus on the farm should Include "
building Is a common sighs in most the evolution of the county and program are WJAX WIOD, WSB, Outlook Report, just released by ladders, chemical extlnculsh- universally Maisachusettt necessary Agricultural
1 of the rural sections of this state.I home demonstration agent have KDKA WBT, WLW, and others the Department of Agriculture. It ers, and either water palls or tanks
: People from cities who are not familiar come the district agents, special- of the NBC chain. han been prepared jointly by a equipped with pumps. v-a

with the progress of our ists, and other workers who are large corps of experts. Inside and v-a When Tomatoes flourish

county schools often express surprise valuable and needed allies to the SKKI': > THKATMKXTCOXTUOLH outside the Department, drawing

,1 : when they see these buildings local county workers. However, HWKKTPOTATO ; upon several years of experIence. Success in Truck Growing profit. The low cost potatoes of "High yields and high quality r
with for domestc! today are grown by expert farmers tomatoes depend directly on I
the deals prospects
k In the country, but those who one indispensable agency; havIng DIHKASKH
"Success In commercial vegetable who select their and balm,
seed and who fertilize adequate supply proper
travel the to do with the and foreign demand( both in gen-
over have become well-being and
Al soed sweet growing Consists! largely In maintaining and cultivate and spray thor- of available plant food. A well-boll
; accustomed to them. furtherance' of agriculture and the Treating potatoes eral and for individual crops!: and the full productive power of oughly. Less than ten acres won't anced commercial fertilizer con|

; ,. Not so with the rural church. It'' farm home Is to be found In the with corrosive sublimate Is effective livestock products.: It Is not a the land at the lowest cost and with pay commercially.: :But even the taming the proper proportions c

has not kept pare with the school. county farm demonstrator and the means for controlling various prophecy and will probably not be the least Interruption of crop con- man who grows a few for his own nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash i.|

Of course there are many small home demonstration agent. These diseases of the crop, according toDr. 100 per cent correct. It does not tinuity. Most growers have turned use is wise If he plants good seed grows healthier plants Kin,

towns in the state, that can boast workers are on the firing line constantly \V. B. .Tl dale, pathologist for tell each farmer what to do. Butt to commercial: fertilizers for plant uses plenty of good V-O fertilizer, largeiyields,and make finer fruit.
food.-National Fertilizer Alan. and often. ffalionat/ Fertiliser ASIft.
tho Florida Experiment Station. sprays
d of fine churches, but those In the and have a clone and un- furnishes information that no
lerstnndliiR : Now Is the time to secure the ma- farmer can get by himself, and
t country are very_ little different an well as sympahetlc. -'
% V from those of a generation or two contact with the dirt farmer 'terlal and make preparations) for that each farmer ought to take Into -

I 1:1: 'L ago. I wonder why thin conditionis and the rural home maker, nch treatment ho stated. account planning his own op- I

present? hence they have a keener sense Just before bedding potatoes eratons.In! f

I know that one of the surest I land finer grasp of the problems at that show rots or blemishes should the next few weeks this Outlook "VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL_CORPORATION <

k ,ways to get into trouble is to interfere hand. ". be discarded. The healthier ones Report with special applfca- ell Eubanks- in Lake-City last- Sun- .- -- --- .- -

,i' with a man's religion. I These agricultural leaders and should be disinfected for five to tons to local conditions will be day. .... ........ .......... Tallahassee! Leon Count'
advisors have eight minutes in a solution of corrosive discussed with farmers in H club members made CO l lpudss h
Mve nd Intention et not every
doing that. always enjoyed
, sublimate made by dIssolvIng Misses Sarah and Laurie Kelley : Roolser"s. Beach : 2.1 t powder puffs, 10 utll!
I However it seems to m that we the public favor and following that Ilye I of the Union by the Extension -
and! Mr. Herman
of New boxes 1 50
Kelley folders for Stallone
three of the in .
;:; folks who live in the country ought i III their's today. In the early' daysof 24 gallons ounces of water. After crystal treat- Service of the Federal Depart- rtlver, passed through here last ........... ..... ........... 100( calendars, 50 book marks
to be willing to face the facts ,farm demonstration work, fifteen ment of Agriculture and the state
I Ing 10 bushels add 1.2 ounce of Sunday. Mr. G.V.. Allison of Jacksonville pot holders'and I 5 string bngt r'
about our churches, und then see and twenty years ago, they Agricultural Colleges. In recent
r if there Is anything we can do to were the target of widespread opposition the crystals, make up to 24 gallons year they have made splendid Mr and !Mrs. R. S. Matthewsand i was a visitor to L. M. Mur- Christmas presents, !Mrs. Rutib

make them more useful. It ''does and criticism and suffered I. with water, and treat 10 more progress> In bringing such outlook daughter, Miss Florence, pass rhee's last Sunday Kellum home demonstrat
ushel3.I After treating bushels ed through here Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Gasklns agent, reported.An .
20 -
was a visitorto
H t:'. good to take stock once In a while. Just about all the rebuffs and( statements- home to farmers. The
discard the solution. Bed the Mr. Floyd Crosby of Starke was Starke Monday.Mr. .
Tho low salaries discouragements known results have been gratifying but
I paid to rural to a public -
) I ..... preachers Is a subject that has servant They won the confl- potatos as soon as treated, he advised they ought to reach a great deal visiting! here last. Sunday even' lug. and Mrs. F. I.. Conner- and early start, good land, II'*
t Corrosive sublimate is a Mr. Maurice Brown of Miller children and Mrs. Winnie Kersey seed good fertilizing! :! and( rl.
\ been discussed in many national dance of the public by proving farther. The Federal] Farm Board I
, H'i t magazines recently.\ With the through demonstration arM by deadly poison. heartily commends this service tothe was vIsiting here last Sunday af and children of Jacksonville spent spraying! at the proper time, all
: getller, ought to bring
ternoon. the week-end here. success
small farmers oftbe and believes
; congregations that most of painstaking effort that their work country -
Miss Stella Mae Ward of Jacksonville Mr. Charlie GaskIns of Doctor's tho :watermelon grower.
tho churches that it will contribute
have, there is not was not an experiment but an extension largely -
'. much chance to help thiscondi- of established facts-that I to Increasingly Intelligent farmIng spent the week-end here Inlet, spent Sunday here. Oou't depend on the moon

I : tion. It appears to me that we will t he agent was thu vehicle through II ('ol'NTYHoXT: NoTES operations and toward larger with friends.Mr. Mrs. N. M. Bradley grid children !. plant crops, it has other things
I I O. J, Mott was visiting in < Mrs. J. L. Qasklns
have to apply the name principle which the experiment' stations laboratories farm incomes. were visiting do.
I to churches Jacksonville last Sunday. Mrs. \V. R. Kersey last Sunday -
our that we have already and other fact-finding
Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby of .
1 applied to our schools-contt : agencies could convey their findIngs Work Work ........................ Lawtey l spent Saturday night here I Mrs., Ellen Norman and daugh.
Bolidatlon.. to the farm people Through I
0 with friends and relatives.A ter, Cleo. of COFFINS & CASKETS
: ,11 This. does not mean that I think demonstration method* as workedout 4-H Club work Is moving for- :; BROOKER : Woodlawn were the
small crowd attended" guests of her
singat sister
Mrs. 1\1
p all of the denominations should be and put Into effect by Dr. Seaman ward rapidly for the present year. Miss Pearle Gainey L. Ami a Full Line ofUndertalers'
the home of !Mrs. T. P. Ward Thompson last Sunday:
one. In many eases we have A. Knapp, founder of farm At the recent meeting at Hellbronn C .
churches of the same denomination demonstration work, the farmer Springs four new members were ........................ Sunday afternoon. Those present .-. Supplies
were: Misses Stella Mae Ward of
competing wIth| nnrh ol.h..r. for and his wife gradually but surely added. Officers were also elected Mr. Emery Hazen and II. P. Facksonvllle, Iris Brown, Elsie Have you had any: funerals in AUTOMOBILE hEARSE

attendance. With good road and came to learn that the extension at this meeting as follows: Harmon Clumsy were transacting businessIn Harry Pearl Galney Josephine- your community lately for scrub Always on Hnnil. Tko t>rmtervlw

t c 4- automobiles we can go much farther worker was the medium through Morgan President; Ferrel Jacksonville last Saturday. heesei. Zulena Waters, Beulah- bulls, boars, or roosters? lit the l<.vi.nt prl<..n.Sprrlal .

to church than folks could which they might obtain Information Morgan, secretary, and treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Lacrosse attention 5.. telricrayll
---- -
: Lewis l Messrs. Guy Harrell, Res- S
t tq 60 years ago. Distance Is a small and not advice. and Clarence Davis, vice-president. and children spent Sunday sle- Colson, O. J. and Laurie Mott A good mixture for cattle is erde'sIIIGISTFItED

item in this fast-moving age. Theso agents, particularly In There are now six active clubs In here as guest of their daughter T.[ B. Pin holster, and Mr and Mrs. made of one part salt, four parts EMUAI.MIOIl: :

S.. At this time there seems to be the South, have proven over andover tho county. !Irs. Ralph Hazen. Lyod Barry. steamed bone meal, and four partsof DEWITT C. JONES
loss friction between the denominations their worth in a multitude "'e'<'il Trout incnt and ( < lime phosphate floats
k icrlnhmUon; !Mr. 'V.I.! Moody and son, Luther Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird and ( ). Thisis
? t t, than ever before. Just a of projects, such as rural leadership Befort being planted, seeds of Lacrosse were visiting here daughter Jean, In recommended by the Florida Experiment \ STA nut:. FLoain

few weeks ago"Due of our largest 4-II club work soil conservation should be treated for prevention of last !Monday.Mr. Gainesville last Friday.were visiting Station.
t; churches of the country took a livestock Improvements. ------
fungus diseases. Often seeds bearIng ---
)4 fl H. P. Qalney and John Mc- -- -
Mr. Mac Davis or Starke
1 1tL step which indicates that it Is selection, food preservation, yard diseases are put Into the soil Neal were transacting business In was '

ready to co-operate to the fullest' beautification dress making, and and result In the production of an acksonvllle laat Monday. visiting A large here crowd last Friday of folks - -;"" ''':.. !!. :"'100." : :: ". '. .

extent with the other churches kitchen improvement They are unsatisfactory Often this young
crop. !Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin holster
enjoyed a given at the home
which have similar beliefs. the forerunners of a new and better condition could be prevented If the
and !Mrs. Mamje Ward were visitIng STRAWBERRY PLANTS
of Mrs. Ozena Godwin last Satur-
All of us know that the church day on the farm, having already seeds are treated before planting.The In Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. QUALITY
day night. The crowd
: Is one of the greatest assets of our exerted an Influence evident cost of treatment is gathered
I comparatively and Mrs. Guy Plnholster and
:; rural communities. We can improve on every hand, while making for, small and the operation son spent Sunday here as guests and together at about the hour of eight For fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw-
, departed eleven.
tL I our communities byMmprov- themselves a permanent place In should not be neglected. What his near Among berry plants grown. See our and
of parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. hose present besides those from agents get your order
0:' Ing our churches. the agricultural life of the '
coun- seeds should be treated? All of Mnholster. In with them or mall direct to
here \ same me. Plant Is
were: Dorothy Tyson crop
I n..' sign try, of Today backwardness a generally accepted them corn, beans, cucumbers, to- Mr. and !Mrs. J, J. Morgan and and Gladys Duke and Mr. Robert short this season every place so we advise you to get or-
or non-pro- matoes, squash, potatoes, watermelons to
Ion Clarence were attending
of Lake Butler der in
; early and make
L gresslveness sure of
on the part ot anti your wants.
any practically seed
hINTS TO IIOVBEW1YE8 every uslness In Starke last Saturday.Mr. Travis Denmark and Leon
r county In for It to fail or refuse to planted by the 'farmer, Several Jacksonville"who I Bryantof
Brown of My
Jacksonville Elmer agents are N. Walnwrlght Jr.
; Stricklandand F. P. Flume!',
provide a county and home demonstration
demonstrations of the 'of
Home IJc.>monatratlol1sent agent.So result has been spending some time here J. W. Thomas of Lacrosse; Brownlee Bros., Bradford County Strawberry Assolatlon
seed treatment Is being plannedfor with friends and relatives returned '
far the most Floyd Crosby and Ed Driggers of and J. H. Moore, Lawtey
effective and the present season by the home Sunday.Mr. .. Fta. Price? good Missionary,
13t Date Nut Bread satisfactory farm relief offered by county agent. For the convenienceof v Vanderbilt;, Roy Reynolds Hubert from youns beds, 1000 to
R. P. Lewis was transacting Brown, Dewey Murrhee, Shortle SOOO '3. Over!' BOOO, 92.73, f.
iI Measure 1 cup boiling water. 1 the federal demonstrator and farmers who treat seeds, Cor- business In Starke last Satur- tt. b. here.
Reynolds and Mr Abernathy of
}; cup finely chopped dates, 1 teaspoon home demonstration agent and pen Ing's Drug Store baa Consented day.
v'. soda 1 granulated other extension, workers, and It to have on hand the / Graham Victor Lamb Hubert
cup lug- necessary dis Mr. L. L. Morgan was attendIng Varnes and Vasco J. A. BAUER
Forsyth of
are 1-2 cup nut meats 1 egg, seems quite probable that It will infectant. Any Information desired to business In Jacksonville last Starke. '

1 i 2 1-2 cups pastiy flour. I teaspoon I be a long time before tile govern- regarding thia phase of work Tuesday.Mr. LOCK BOX 38 .WIlsOS1. ARK.

I ..! baking powder and 1-2 teaspoon : ment In its effort to further and may obtained from the office of II. P. dalney was transactIng Crimps or French bud of straw
serve agriculture will succeed in
I the county agent. business In Starke last Tues- berries is caused by a colorless '

r : Combine chopped dates,, water Improving on this agency. Another practice of much Importance day. nematode'or eel worm, the Flor- --

and soda and net aside to cool. The county agents have becomea Is that of seed testing for Mrs. hattie' Rhymes of SantaFe da Experiment Station has dis-

I l.f Beat egg, add sugar and'beat until fixture" In our rural lite. More germination. The operation is inexpensive was visiting here last Sunday. covered.
light. Sift flour baking power to them.- uthern Rural- and of little
powder trouble and Misses Lois Gal& ey and Blanche
and. salt together and add to Ist. before seeds are planted they Burgdorff were' visiting In Jack The We
I Advance varlfrfy of blackberries can charge
f egg and sugar alternately with should also be tested. Seed testing sonville last Sunday. was obtained from California YES your 8 HR

:' date mixture. Add 1-2 cup chop- A whisk broom Is a good clothes for germination Insures tbe plantIng Mrs. A, B. Crosby and lion Glen, and proves to yield well In
ped nut meats. /Turn Into a well of good seeds; a fact that STORAfiE.BATTERY In
can- of
Jacksonville who
sprinkler, because It gives a fine have been' Florida. ship well, can well, and Is
greased loaf pan' and bake 1 to not be obtained unlea "tbe
spray, sprinkles evenly, and Is test is pending some time here with her resistant to double-blossom tests
\ 1 14 mours at 325 to 350 degrees. quicker than hand sprinkling. made, Remember the cost Is noth- parents Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney at the Florida Experiment Station
il Sort Glnwr fiH>k.l"'"t ing add the time spent la
very returned home last Sunday. have shown.
__ .) Take I cap molasses 1 cup s'ugai small. but the result of the test Prof. and Mrs. Laird and daugh-

j 2 egg beaten. 1-2 teaspoon Disinfect old hog houses with may mean many dollar to the producer tee, Jean and Miss Mildred Mor- Three tablespoon of Smith's Garage

!; salt, 1 cup shortenlng-flard. ), 1 1-2 I crude oil to keep down lice. The office of the county :I gaa. were.. visiting Miss Edith J eI ,,- equal one square of chocolate.cocoa I

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"J l'))( "nXT: AKFIRMKD": diner county, lunge of Bradford
county Florida at his' olftra. at th.
I .p.Mwrla.rrr court houn In the City of Bturku.
i kkh haoMr It Is with considerable temerity Florida for an order to salt at
1im that we venture to comment on a private Hula alt of the undivided!
ir" right till and interest of said Ovid
speech made by a distinguished 'lenprat I..... In and to the following *

r"r"I r"t. federal Judge; but Judge Aker- MoutheK-t! described, quarter land to of wit 8outhw-:

lan's talk to a gathering: of women quarter Section ,
Thirty-flv Township -
faloe Thy word is a lamp onto my feet, and a light unto my ptth.-PwJm 119105.: In Tampa offers the opportunity Six. Mouth Range, Twenty-two
Kant, containing all forty acr. n
for a few remarks. more or lees. and lying and being In
I \Jo:l lt r : Curl: -.: of JrauU:: All religious toihave doctrine or' trndford (ounty, Florida.
f creed U The judge Indulged Indiscriminate
they are any claimupon Jn an Thin li-lth l>nv of Innunrv. 1930.1SUUKNB .
the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with rap at newspaper editorsfor : I.KIO+:,
the teachings of the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and creviceof "eternally throwing off" on the Guardian for Ovid Unneral Leo,

J the human heart, and of whom it was said In John 7:46: "NEVER MAN courts and thus creating "disre- 1-84-51-2-21. l>lIn r.

...... pect.."
How' are the steps of a good made several prayers to God his Yet the Judge, in the course of NOTICH TO .'rl'R.\I& I'I'In '

man directed?--Answers, read- father. We cannot discuss them peach, took occasion to mention Circuit Court Twenty-SIth Judlclnl -

Psalm 37:23. 24. here but you would look them up several of those particulars which Circuit. ;KrmlforU County,

Resignation to tho Will of God and read them. Any sincere prayer Florida., In Chancery.
have been the basis' of press and The Iowell Smith Company,
Luke 22:39143: And he came Is acceptable public criticism of laws and courts. A corporation,

out, and went, as he was wont, to Jesus then called attention to We have "too many laws," he vs Complainant

the mount of Olives; and his disciples : tho relative value of this life and said. He favors "rcjienl of all n. C. Sweat et al.Iefendsns..

also followed him. 40. And lof life eternal; and said, "Lay not lawe," replacing/ them with a simile It apiirnrlnir, by .aindavlt app.( [tad -

when ho was at the place, he said lip I for yourselves treasures upon code and having lawmaking to the bill to foreclose. mortgage

unto them Pray that ye enter not earth but In heaven, where bodies "adjourn for 30 He lu the shove ntylxd cause, that thulefenditnt
years. Tlulah A. Sweat In a rent-
Into temptation 41.. And he was moth and rust doth not corrupt admits a breakdown In "law en- lent, of another mat than the state

50 withdrawn from them about astone's and( where thieves do not breakthrough forcement" and that "lawlessness if "'llIrldlTh..t; tire addreKH la un. :
known to altlant: That atllant ha.made .
.1'-1>> cast, and kneeled down nor steal." And then he Is apparently running riot." lie riillKvnt search and Inquiry

and prayed 42. Saying Father, If adds the reason, "For where your charges a "great deal of and runnot. ascertain the said ndlrritir .
rttsponIblllty .
Thnt there IN no In the
I thou: be willing remove this cup treasure Is there will your heart for the breakdown of law I late of Florida, known person to alllant orhis {

'I linden from me: neverthless not my will, be also." nforoemciU" to the lawyers. Infurninnte. the service of a subpoena ,
six-ey engine upon whom would bind th
but thine, be done. 43. And there God does not condemn industry, 'Tho average lawyer tiles to bulldoze mild defendant: That she la over I

appeared an angel unto him from economy, making provision for old blot way through the courts." Twenty-one years, of a"'H. I
It IH therefore. ordered that the
r"f heaven, strengthening him. ago and for one's family, but Shirking of Jury was ascribed as Haiti defendant, rtuliih. Sweat Sad
.. Not until you drive the new sustained high speeds. Its power Prayer: It shall be well with wordly cares and riches should another cause. It should be she In hereby required; to appear tnthe
considered bill of complaint I flleil In saidcause
them that fear God.SUNDAY not crowd out one's lave and service "a patriotic duty and nn on or before Monday the
Chevrolet Six can you appreciate flows and And Third day of February
evenly smoothly. of God. honor to A. 1) 130ntherwtse ,
serve on a Jury. the allegations: of unlit
.... what a wonderful improvement SCHOOL I The lesson closes with the golden I These are the very, points which bill will be taken. a. confessed by
it is extremely flexible in tram text, "Seek ye (first the king the you. .
press, as n general rule has
LESSON i It la further ordered that this order
.. has been made in Its dom of God, and his righteousness undo with regard to the Impotency l he published once n week for

In fact-I toes everything you / I ; and all these" things shall be : of law and the Inefficiency of the ford four County cnnnvcutIve'Telenraph weekii a In newspaper the llrad

famous six-cylinder valve-in- added unto you i courts. publlxhed In Starke. Bradford County
could .OU. FKItltUAKY: 2 10:10: Florida.WltneMH .
possibly want a motor i It seems to use that JudXe Ak- the neat of thin. court. all

head engine. With its capacity God's HKIIVU'Krt: 1\WTI<:Y MKTIMK erman could write admirable t>dlorlals aUo the name of C>. W. Aldermnn,
Subject: Putting Kingdom
Clerk of maid (Court thin the 30th
to do. Yet it Is remarkably
first.Oolden. 1UHT on these subjects. At any day of Dacemoer, A. I), IH29.
increased to 50 horsepower It rate, if consistent with his speech ft.V.. ALDERMAN
the -
"4' has reserve for economical in Its use of gasoline klndgom of Text God: "Seek and ye his first righteousness Dr. A. J. Price of Lake Como his i editorials would be entirely in (1-3-61-1-51.fI."n Clerk Circuit Court
great energy
: And all these things District Superintendent of the harmony with those which' he I
and oil Come in today for ar characterizes as "throwing off" on' TICK TO APPHAIl
sweeping up the steepest hills- shall be added unto you." Matt. Jacksonville District of the St.
: the laws and the courts. -- Tampa :
6:33.: Johns River Conference, will conduct
for swift acceleration--and for demonstration. Lesson Text: Matt. 6:1: -34. the fourth quarterly conference Tribune. 1 dicial Circuit. Cour'l HrariforU Twenty-Sixth County Ju,

r Points in tho Lesson: Charity, Sunday Feb. 2nd, 11 a. m. at S- '! Florida.n.In K.Chancery.Thedtt,

prayer, true wealth, trust In God. the Grace M, K. Church, Lawtey, C'() II'l"IUT.X IIKTl'KN Complainant.

-at extremely low prices This lesson la also taken from Fla. The Lord's Supper will be ITItMSIIKH: Ori'OKTimtTY I MrB.VI"I.I11U Cone, Widow, et al. I

tho "Sermon ott. the Mount." In : observed at this time. FOK HKNHK Oh1 In' IOU Defendants. ,

The Roadster ________ $/95 The Coupe .._________ $565 Verses 1-4. Jesus says "Do not Special music will be rendered *It abov appearing...."? to foreclose ainditvlt. filed a mort.aite tnth .
your alms before men to be seen for the occasion. All are welcome that the defendant the Mouth-

The Sport Roadster __ $525 The Sport Coupe _____ -$625 of them Do not sound a trumpet and Invited to attend. the According Tampa Tribune to a recent a Tampa Issue wom-of ern Cotton and Arthur Oil Company T. Vanderbilt a corporation and. i

before thee as the hypocritesdo Sunday school at 10 a. m. R. R.Thede. C. II. Wilson as receiver for the
The Phaeton _______- $495 The Club Sedan ______ $625 an, who lives In the Hyde Park Hniilhern Cotton Oil Company aliioKndloott i )
that they be seen of men. supt.
section recently tiled n return Johnmin corporation, exist'
The Coach _'_______- $565' The Sedan __________ $675 Verily I say unto you, they have Preaching at 11 a. m. by Dr A. with County Tax Assessor In another state than the stale ofFlorida
J. Price Spark- whnne address la >lnkno..n.tltIt ,,
their reward. let not thy left
man, In compliance with the compulsory there I. no person In the atateof r
u'pric>.f... b.J.ctory.Htnl. Michigan hand know what thy right hand R, E. Starrs pastor law inorldit.. the service of a .ubpnena -
by the lust
upon whom would hind eitherof
doeth that thine alms be In f
; may legislature. the said defendant
Employes of the asH"RMor's that dlllirentaearch
The New CHEVROLET secret; and thy Fathershall 1'Itl'MDYTHII.tNServices : : office that this and Imiulry has been made
SIX agree: wom- and i the address of the .al reward thee openly. Jesus described
iii tins a\j\ >ronoiineed Henna of humor. nuts cannot h* obtained.It .
i two kinds of charity and la therefore ordered that the i
Sunday Feb 2, as follows .
aid defendant, the Southern Cotton
two kinds of rewards. Tho oaten Listing her taxable belongings Oil Company', a corporation and
tatloua charity done to be seen Arthur. Vanderbllt. ( and (J. (I. Wll-
rode Ritch Chevrolet Co. under affidavit
10) a. m. Sunday school J. MTruby sworn she Included .sun u. recelvem fur the Southern
and ill8Cii$ ed which
supt. the following Ilenm: Cotton oil Company and alan Undl- {
gains worldly notoriety and. applause colt Johnson corporation do andthey
Asses I know
11 a. m. Morning worship sermon : u few Helf-made
are hereby required to sppeat'l" '
and the quiet secret charity
; by the pastor ones. Agricultural! machinery antImplenifiilH the bill of compliilnt filed In title.
Florida which Is done for the sake of cause. on or before Monday the 3rd
Starke A
: few
for homo
l worship :
the work lad tnkes the notice of 7:30 p. m livening use' day of Felirtnirv, A. l D l'll otherwise
The members of the I Christian Kntlpavor : MhlriR tackle: A few liooks- -no the nllvKalluna of said. bill will
this k'n.1 of "A 1m"", and reward for flHlllllK OlIIIH ,h* taken all confessed by you. 7t
will liuve charge of 1111(1
Society pistols:
It In further ordered that tht* order (,i
the River not always In money Ibis service, celebrating "Christ lIul1'tlfll'd any; I have nothing be ,published. once a week fi.r, ? ,
V. SIX IN TilE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR nor wealth but In the way which Ian Kndonvor: Day." An (nterent- worth stealing four consecutive' weeks. In the Itrad-.
ford ( 'y.1"1, h,
""ii (" a newtfim
In bent for
us. lag program of musical numbers Talking tnactilnoH or other inn per pnbllxhed In Hturlie. llrudfm-d. .
The workman whose main purpose In being arranged slcnl/ liiHtrnmenlH' : My II'II.I'rovl..101lf4 lion III y, Klurfda.
short talks
- --- and own f<)
Witness Hcnl of It I ;
the I
In a town whether you are white] taker will ask how old you were Is to count the hours and collect (all I Minis tilldorm, HI
nsus To Be Pi'iiyer) meeting Wednesday evening ) : A gimlet< Ilea (ha., name ol'" O.V.. i. red or yellow, male or female at your first marriage. The Information the highest wages does not at 7:3: :\<>. spot ; flowero inoHtly. IVrsorm I'l'M'k lit unlit ?lourt this the af'h i:
day of December/ A. I D. lUJt. '
married or unmarried ableto will be more Important\ benefit his employer as does the A cordial Invitation to all our properly not named" : None exceptmy II, W AI.1>RUMAN t

Taken In AprilCaleb read and write, where you were ten years from now than It Is now man who never looks at the clock services extended to all soul. DOK: None ; don't like ((140.11)c"'" ClnuU ('" t.

born and where your parents were because the second set of answers but gives all his thought; to the dugs tad. won't have one. Swine: ; 1-3-6t-I-31.-- --..

, Johnson In Ocala Ban- born. when you came to America to it., In 1940, will dIsclose whether work ha Is going The wages received I'TiST8ullilay Who wants HWlno? I 10'1'14'11'0] AI'l'IHIl

ner.) If you are an Immigrant, what the J average age of marriage Is make up the reward of the H.\ household 1 mill klti-lifii furniture -:

your native, laugues was and getting older or younger. Our first but the second receives the Scant.' Pictures and paintIngs In i"p'iilt| (" >lAI't. TwentySixthlint '

nclo Sam will begin' to count whether' you can speak ; Englishare grandparents married in their money us a means of living! but school at 10 a, m. The ; I'lctnreH: just\ u few family : '"Klmlda l I ,Circuit In
nephews and nieces on the first question the reasons for which wens, as a rule; today 25 Is nearer also has tile reward of work well: new cradle roll wait hung up luttt likenesses; pulnllngs, nil I Mm mint Iota' ford County Hank.

Aril 1930 and this year .he Is are clear enough. On the totals the average age, In all probability. done, for the work's sake Sunday with the following namoH/ IH on Ilio outside of the bourn A corporation.Clung. '.lalmuit.n. .

,ig to find out allot more aboutn complied from these answers de- Will- tho young folks of the next "And when thou grayest thou on It: Preston Dew, Mary Hay,,", Works of art : A few magazine V.

before. shalt not ho as the hypocrites. are: I Eula Green, Loin Dell Doris. Kel: If, Kitillh, et al.Uerrndnnla. .
than has been known enda,. among other things, the telyears continue postpone clipping)). Jewelry: A id-rent pin I .. .
lame time luring the month of number of persons from your native marriage or will they revert to the for they love to pray standing In hum. Mary! Me E'reou. l.fnlle Lew- or two. It appearing, liy aflld.tvlt, filed ,tntho
tho and In the corners Is. Other names will bo added. lumve "I"' '',, to t.\o.\ inurt-
'il an enumerator of the United country who can be admittedto youthful marriages ,of their an- synagogues Clothing: Plain and simple; I'm Meg that I he defendant, f
tea Census Bureau will call at the United States in the next ten cestors. of the Btrjpt'tH; .. that they may Worship at 11 a. m. and 7iO:: 1>. modest Value of all huimcholdgood 1 HniHh I Curl I Kindred: and: (I. T. JiIUI//

In the nation and be seen of men. Verily t say unto m. U"y lire 1'111.""* ..f another state
"iy dwelling ears. You will be asked whether you .
toadpyr.onal effects; Not than I III* state' of Florida, that, the
the head of the family twenty. Everybody who Is employed will ; havo attended school or college you They have their reward" Morning: subject "The Kingdom : morn than )50); that'll Iou muth. address of either I I. unknown ftIIIunt -

i' questions. Some of them be asked to give his trade or occu- since last September. The figures Juuus was not here Introducing of Heaven." The Sunday Cut-ovt laud! I Inivu\ a lot; Stale, .: that of Florida there .I I. the no prnn e.rvlre In of tha a.aiihlifirnifc .

ht be considered impertinent if atlon and the particular industry for' education have been climbing the habit of prayer. That had long school lessons are from the paid J8IIO for It. but it's no good.: upon.. whom ivtinld hind,

>d by a stranger, or even by a III which he or she works, or if steadily ever since the first census existed. Mia purpose was to make moil OH the Mount so this s..r.j Heal estate in city: Own a cottage either Kent eiirih..f said and defendant Inquiry; that ha. been dill-

hbor but census enumerators 'working on his own account or asan was taken. Beyond question they prayer a real communion with will be of Interest to all who and have paid (taxes by hard work mad and the address of the said d>-

under oath not to disclose anys employer, to say so. But a are still climbing, but how fast God. in expressing praise toward tend Sunday school. I Total value of real oHliito: An In- fundunt It I I. therefor cannot h..ofdxmd obtalnnd.. that the

learned by them .except In question on that line this year willie And asa final question every God thankfulness for blessings received Evening subject TheLaw of cumbruncu to tno. said defendant. )oJ. li. Smith, Carl
And those will and supplication for present Forgiveness. Kindred. and C. 'I'. MufMey do, and
Ir official reports.,, : "Are you employed now? one of Uncle Sam's nephews Tho return was flied In ample they are hereby required' to appear
orts are not open anywhere to That is as of the first of April. be asked whether he has sel vedas and future guidance and pro. II. Y. I'. U. at 6:30: every Sun. time. The law allows until April to the bill of complain' ; tiled In i>all

llo Inspection. Like the figs There will be for the first time an a soldier sailor or marine In tectlon. The scribes and pharaseos day. Interest growing. 1. In default of the return a pen.altY day cause of on February or before A.Monday It. 19SO.) th rther-* Sri,

in your Income tax return, accurate record of unemployment any-war In which his country was prayed at 9, 12 and 3 o'clock each Mid-week service\ each Wednes- of 25 percent additional taxns wise the alliiuutlon I of said hill. will, 1

y are official secrets which pry- I figures on which heretofore have Involved. We will know for the day and wherever they might beat day at 7:30: p. m.C111IIMTIAN. Is fixed b" taken a* confessed. by you.
It I* further ordered that this notice -
gossips have no access to. Un- been largely estimates first time Just how many veteransof those hours. Some of them and order b. published once .s ,f

Sam Is concerned for census Home Owners? each war are still living. And werecareful, to be in the synagogue ClltmCII week for four conHecutlve weeks 'littti .
Bradford County Telegraph *
poses, only with totals and av- Another new question will be that will help to estimate future or on the corner of a crowded ;; 'I.EItH' REPORT newspaper publlnhed I In Htarke.

jell and not at all with indlvlils. whether or not you own your home.In demands on taxpayers for pen street at the time of prayer, so as Preaching 11 a. m., by Ilev i Uradford: : County Florida. ,

, But a clear picture of the a general way: the propositionof sions."The". to be seen by as many persons as W, E. Daugherty. Subject, "The" Court: In a""r"o' <;llrssro 1 of County, also I Witness the name the seal of (of I. W.this Alderman.court a*

pie of the United States as a home-owners has been estimated census Is the oldest of all possible Blessedness of Perfect Assurance. Florida on account of Tales *.....- Cleric of paid. court this the 30tl
tod for the
yimr 1929.C. day of i>ec.mher, A. 1'. 1929.
Text TlmothyI:12.:
lIe} can //be obtained only by get- in the past, but nobody has our federal bureaus, as old as con- Jesus cautioned his disciples, :. A. Knight la* collector U. W. AMlKKMAN

7 the facts about each Indlvlil ever had exact figures. The figures gress and the presidential office "But thou when thou prayest, enter C.uly Stark,. Kin., Jun. I. 1030 (Seal) Clerk Circuit Co.rt.
I TRAIN 8CIIH1 ULH 1-3-51-1-11.
' Inhabitant, to start with. have a decided bearing on and the Judiciary, for It was set Into thy closet, and.when thou T. tml.
What Is Average Age? the Important subject of our national up in the constitution Itself which hast shut thy door, pray to thy ; ; To fly nul.and doe colleted II..<.. 91., _lit .10.434.77 IDHO.IJ NOTICH or PIN 41 lll' Cll.iHOH i

'or' example one of the things prosperity. And if you do requires that the inhabitants be Father which Is In secret; and thy Our new schedule gfes Into el Pin A .....rt....... ,ii i

not home the census counted every ten years. "'The Father which seeth In secret shall feet 12:01: a. m. Sunday Dec. 16th To hill. due U.c. I, ms ,4,931.05 Notice I la hereby given that Sixty"
own ,
ich it is Important to know be- your follows. I My amt. collected IIB'J 04 day after date hereof ore to-wlt
't the number of persons in the man will ask' you how much rent original purpose was to find out reward thee openly and trains will run as To bal. due llci, 31, 1929_ f,282.111 the 8th day of February. A. t). 19JO.I. .
That Is another useful how lived In each state in Those who pray to be beard and No. 1, southbound local, due ('0..'" .....<11.. the underels'ned executor of th*
ted States la the age you" pay. many To hat due _
average l)"c. I, JtlUu 1,230.n will nr people. Is It higher or low- Index of the size of the national order to apportion members of seen of men receive their reward Starke 10:14 p. m. Mr an... rollvctud .._ 16.1.33 on, deceased' will preeent my '
the two together the states. That is from men; and those who pray No.- 11, southbound local due To bill du* !)<.". 3I,192 ____ 1,067.14 vouvhere: and final account aa such
Taking among
ban It was when the last censustaken lankroll. congress f..y .......I--G......! executor to the Honorable den. A.
t ten and how rae government will be able to still one purpose, though congress secretly or really to. God receive Starke. 11:13 a. m. To tml. duo II.... J. lUll *,.09.78 Unrillner County Jude of Dradforit
years ago tell whether home ownership is Itself has been dilatory In a reward from God. Which would No. 3, southbound limited Ml Fly unite ....II..I.t..4 ._ _. .. .. a.6.11.54 county, Florida and a.k for hi* approval -
<-hT This average age has been us To bat due ixio. II, 1939 .
0:39 ,11,013,24t' and myi discharge: ae suchezerutor *
ami due Starke m.
prefer? Be careful and think a.
in you
steadily. But if the cen-, on the Increase, whether there is a reapportioning Its membership PftllM .
reaslng decline' demand for more IndivIdually. proportion to population.The before yon answer Praise of your No. 107 southbound limited, To tml. of 1930 should show a Ity amt colleted .
7O.OO D. 11111,
and St. due ?
the it would be a owned dwellings and those facts first census, taken In 1790, associate., compliments and popularity Tampa Petersburg, To bnl.. ..n, Ii. m.__ S37.00 WfI.r.rAH II. STKVB3NSOW.' r
average age, bearing on the lumber Industry showed fewer than four million are pleasant and temptyouto Starke 1:09: p. m. ....1 ...-a.I&...... Eex.cutor, of estate. of Henry
for health measures have a To bal .... *
dll >
iger No. 2 northbound local due I. 191s .24,411.10 Lars' 8t vnon.
all to Investigate the cause and and the production of all Inhabitants In the new nation; seek them. God's reward may Hy amt. collected ,_. ....11.24 11-4-91. t
well as to be exact. We passedthe not be so Immediate nor so ap Starke, 4:60: a. in. To bak. dll. ,)coco 31, 1919 1I.lIall.I' l
other building supplies, as 3,929,214,
ly all of the cause sanitary sd due ..b-Nb.y. ... of millions mark between parent. It may sometimes appear No. 12, northbound, local NOTICE Of A""loll''TIO>V FOR
improving and guard- on the market for all sorts 25 To bal. due U. .. 1. lUll .11,44)).47
e toward household equipment and furnish 1850 and 1860; by 1880 we had that Ood baa overlooked your Starke, 3:55: p. m. HV ..,nt. cclUttml I.44S.IS TAX I1KBIINolle
tbe general health.o No. 4 northbound limited due T* nul. due ]>. but some time and in some .
{ don't think It is Impertinence ngs. almost 60 million, and forty years prayer; i Aarrle Mral I la hereby given that R. A.
God will true humble Starke 7:12 m. 10 bal; due I...... 1929 .
Another census question is later in It20. we had doubled way answer p. I. ??. 1,330.49 Newnom, holder of Tax Certificate
census-taker asks your new "ra.... roll.rtd .____. _
en the and quiet No. 108 northbound limited, 113.33 No. 334, 4th day of July A. D. 1937.
:1 1 Uncle Sam wants to know, whether you. own a radio set. that figure with 105,710,620 persons prayer. To bah des \I..... 31. 1919 __ 1,047.14 has filed said certificate In my offle
could better illustrate the living: la Continental United Then Jesus gives a sample of due Starke 5:45: P. m. W/.w'e ....... Sand. and mad application for tax deed talue t
, your Individual age but the Nothing which Ms followers may No; 102. northbound limited To bat due Iff. I. 1929 __ ? 1,2304) thereon In accordane with
speed with which new inventions States., The census bureau experts prayer Hy ami. coil.ct.k 141.33: law. Maid certificate, embrace ,....'
'rage age of all the people. take hold once they strike the have made estimates from use, "After this manner therefore Washington and Beyond 6: 14 a. To bal. due !.-.. 11. 1911 1.047.14 following described property .It..,-
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Vnother 'question the enamera Our Father which art In m. flmttam4lm ed In Uradford county Florida t*>-
of Increase since pray ye: To bal. du. !_. ..
is the head of public fancy. Ten years ago,, year to year M29 1,339.41 Mlr
will ask is "who belief heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Btark M Wan nee Hy ami. itoll.<-td 141.31 Weal half ef late I 10
. when the census of 1920 was taken : that time, and give It as their 11, Bile.
family That doesn't mean will be No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. To bat dn. n.... It. iiI' 1,047.14 21 Llvlnseton Trnby Co'e. AflHt-
Thy kingdom come. Thy .
Uncle Sam there wasn't a radio set In the that enumeration of ltlO will ftoad A Hrlam" I... A ..... tlon to Htark In Wet half of Norta-.
at it sounds like. world experimental ones: 1 show between 121: and 122 mil- done In earth as It Is In heaven m.. No. 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. I To bal. du. !>.,. I. 1928 74.29O.14 aat quarter Section IS Townebly 0
't interested as to whether the'e except : Give us this day our dally bread. m. dally except Sundays. Hy ami. collected .10,43.01 South flange, 11 Kaat.Tb .
such thing as broad. lion nephews and nieces of Uncle To bal. due l>rc. 31. I9f94x01.31
not there was no easement of
wears the breeches or few experts And forgive a* our' debts, as we T, J. Griffin, Agent. O. W. ALbsRUAN, Clrk. under th* said certificate, lesu.dwas: :
t does want to know how many casting; nobody but a Sam. forgive our debtors And lead us By Blanch,, Alderman D. C. In the name of Unknown.
difference between a h tjodrne S Unl...
the earns knew the eald certificate ahall .. redeemed -
n are dependent L1aM
upon MM Baa
not Into temptations but deliver ns
and a screen-grid. If any Jacksonville: New pavement NOTICI3 or GUARDIAN .ALHHotlrm according to law, tax deed
: of' that children., bow many street between Seaboard from evil: for thine Is the kingdom Northbound-8S9: a. m., 1:5: will I..... thereon on the 3rd day
Now look at the blamed thing! on Main of February, A. D. 1930.
men. are selC-inpportIng The There receiving sets Air Line railway, near 14th. and and the power, and the glory p. m.. 4:20: p. m., 8:28: p. m., 5:10: I la h....b... clv.n that I the Paled this 3rd day of January.
id born the ceni are somany und.r.i.ned Ouaritlan for Ovid Onral
of the family, Amen" a. m. ; A. U. 1919.
that UntU sam Is going to count, Thirty-second street will be> completed for ever., L*., Minor h lrU. >. i&MaJ O. TV. ALXlERMAM: .
point of view .is tile one W.BO4ft ftfti out how *ny till tUfamily and MW section t* thoroughfare TW.prayers*rf the PharUe sod 8outhbe*ca*.*X will vestry I. Ch.r: l" Oenejn court Kra.4e>r4 ;,
the nmaefk" 'em,;t* about,December the Publican aDd of others were a. m.. 4:07 p. m., 1:37: p. m..ll:5p. : day after data<< "hereof on to-wit: FBKAL) CountyriorMa..
Wh/f h* caa talk to at once. opened the 14th day of February, A. D.. lillO, I. By Blanch Alderman, D. C. {
What? Where? Itth. discussed by ""III.. He,.. himself m. apply to the Honorable Oeo. A. Uar- 1-a-It-1.11. "
time the censas-
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished (00--p t-.a.p_ _- and he was finally electrocuted. I I.j; ed without delay BO that the grading May make some folks feor fine, den's dry goods store ;,i

: From Other ---r Starke Telegraph. The lawyer of the road may begin at once. But as for m&-(I'm Jus' too tired street was entered and e'l:

1877 I should now become a candidate: Until this road la built, the funds To finish out that line.) suits of men's clothing [f fof
for prosecuting attorney. Tallahassee which has provided .- '1M
.. .. .. .- .. .. '''-- .,..... .. ''_'___'_ - -<- county men's hoesv8weaters ., ,'I/Q1'
State News. for Its portion of the cost will lie!, ails were taken, the exn.. ,
Published>] Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class How the samhlll can a motoristtell 0- Idle in bank earning only a bf loss has not been 'enl', '!

4_ j Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. when a tire blows out in Chl- Maps for the" new road from j I meagre Interest. When it la built, J /ps&hFaChJ' Marshal Watterson an" ''lila'!

II caKof/ --Times-Union. By calling, a Macclenny to Starke via the state 'these funds will! have added vast- were notified and search ?|

S. Matthews------------_ _-.__ .... Owner and Publisher doctor. farm, were filed In thd offices of ly to the wealth and the taxable !/.liusell .1J" ed for the burglars' N, lt,.

: J. C. Robinson _ _" .. __.. __ _____ __j. Managing Editor May 1930---0 be a prowperoua one. the Baker board county of county a short commissionersof time ago, values Good of business the well as the Tfc. Slftte rlo.... 'Scrap. nook" the Ing some tore,of and the two new gi. ". In,r.'J

'iac - -- ------ ------ -- -Starke Telenraph. Why wait and were unanimously approved love of progress demand speedy ac And nowa'days you'll" have to clothing were found broad ) ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATE t'H: May? -- Avon Park Sun. Forward says the Macclenny Press. Col. tion. Palatka Dally News.around admit, there's many a slip twixt between here and

foA March -- Ocala Banner. I Walter A. Dopson was instructedby 0flflg.OS.Ca4gUeOS- and the where the hobos la'
the hip.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance 0--- the board to at once proceedin cup di" ""d
a fire The clothing "' ,
% Sfl -
' 1jf(
Advertising! Rates on Application I Jealousy t la nothing but resent- securing the additional right- By the if haven't fled and said to be ,
f. ,__ _____ no __ ___ __ m' ment against a superior intellect of-way. State Engineer Duncan way you th ''II,|
the latest umbrella two
town hcv-cl:; gag worn by strange; n ,
'ha A golf course near Starke would be a good investment or power. Times-Union. Thanks has already approved) the route. I j just "Ask the man that LOANS Stayed\ around twn\ on Fi, ..>,

& to9Je Avery; that explains why Hiome The road through Baker county, 0:<_____._.____,.. one" Saturday. nrovtoua to flu h'
o men are Jealous, of their wives. with two exceptions follows the Rev. Morris/ ";
: -- pastor> of t t'
of contend that the squawk is --0--- old roadbed graded several years Wa understand that the stu-
Neighbors parrot owners And some of the best SCOTCH Baptist church here filled
r '. Absolute agreement wlt.h our ago. It enters the state farm,just dents of the It. 1[. S. are to stagea ,, I
worse than the fever. jokes haven't been uncorked yet ular appointment last ,
good neighbor, the Starke Telegraph north of Ralford, where it turns stunt night In the very near fu- morning and evening. -it

ici* o -' when it says that while through the farm toward Starke. ture-February 7, If you go In for I'll bet the bozo that pulled the Mrs Josephine Sulllva,
but that does there be four hundred varieties Actual work this dates. Stunt nights are always (f
i Florida] laws prohibit hunting on Sundays may on project was gag about, catching more FLIES tl\e\ week-end at Theresm.! ,
not the fisherman. of mosquItoes, one variety l Is started a few days ago when Superintendent enjoyable events and we are lookIng with molasses ,never thought the of" her sons, A. L. and < at
s*: worry one too many.-Galnesvl\l!\! Dally Blitch of the state : forward to tills one. What- day'' would come when Uncle Sam Sullivan. [;

-Q Sun farm put a force( of men at work ever originality there is in a school would spend four millions tryingit
Hff&lLi& Things must be warming up at Miami Beach to cause -0- at the state farm. In a short time Is called into play; even more out. Rev. Montgomery will i I' :

It would be worth taking the the work will start at the Maccleu-I than In an ordinary drama, as the the First Methodist chin ,
citizens to for fire boat.
,4 petition a .
census just to find out the ages ny end. the. press says.-Times- .students are thrown, more or less, Sunday morning and ev<< ,E
I1 J.A -0 of some women.-Bradford County Union. on their own natural resources in. Believe It or not but the community D. W. Moore of Thereivla
that stands BEHIND its
Telegraph. Why so? The ladles _. providing entertainment. business visitor here this k
A motorist suggests that the state build its official cars -- NEWSPAPERS Is the one that
I bless 'em can lie to a census \ However, no student can givean Prof and Mrs. L. H. F >
) out of the private citizens' discarded license '. Advocacy of "general sales tax on goes AHEAD.
ccnIA .ags.p taker just at easy as to their men Inspired! performance, except to Misses Caraway and fli< i" j 11|,
friends.-,Miami Beach Sun. the plea that it would relieve real a full house--and remember It is well attended the teaclun\ '
and personal of And as a usual thing, a chorus .
property an unique ;' Ing that convened at La\.
--0---- for a worth; 'allse-th first annual -
Tampa beauty doctor will bleach himself for a year in chare of the!; tax burden, recalls a girl Is a young lady that just Saturday. -
Orlando Morning Senfliiel says In the history of J1. II. S.t t
HE* jail following conviction of burning beauty patient.. that single girls buy three times statement made to the press by makes a BARK living, : '
Peter 0. last
Knight In
-0--- as many silk otocklngs/ as married( January. We note with pleasure that may! : -- Florida ranio in foi
that statement Mr. Knight show- 'Twas Campbell's. Soup sat at, my
F L women. Perhaps it's because they I houses around town are taking on spread of publicity In th'!
When you think you must have a roll to have a big time, ed \llhat while the expenses of the plate I m
go to three limes more places.Kustln .- that added note of freshness and Issue of the National (1;, ,
think of the fun John D. gets from his thin dimes. state overDmpnt'are approxi- With cracker close beside It, ,
Lake Region. Maybe their beauty that comes ,only from 'Magll.zlnepu bllshed at \\ III,
mately $40,000.000 a year, the ad I dragged my cuff right throughthe
-- stocking get runs from running shrubbery.A ton, 1>. C. The article I* i I
valorem tax on real and personal' ,
The man on foot may still have first rights on high- around BO much.-Clermont Press. pl'opertylIlYs\ only $5,000,000 of truck from a nearby town has So now I have to hide it, Oliver LaGOrce, vice lI'e"< m

fO-fi!' ways but common sense makes him hunt the shoulders. --- that sum. All\ the remainder of been making: the rounds of Starke I the National Geographic ",
One flapper told her sweetie she the state's expenses is paid by the and many housewives have been I think it was the Levy Cou ntyJournal'that and a staff writer on the m.ii.iz

\$ ; o was still in hopes of seeing his automobile and gasoline tax and buyng: heavily. ran the story about The story Is entitled "Fin-id

Skirts still longer next spring, reads a fashion note. Most picture in the only appropriate the occupational tax. "Heal and For the man of the house there the fellow who fell while fixing The Fountain of Youth," .>' .1 i

&& anyone will admit they had plenty of room to grow longer. magazine" published, "Our Dumb personal property," Mr. ,Knight is an element of danger In all this, the roof and was painfully bruised text and pictures which <
L Animals. Starke Telegraph. said, "pay an infinitesimal portion however Not only from the bill on his birthday.! pany It take ninety pagerJanuary .
o That's a mighty fine magazIne. lot the state's that will come the first of next Issue.
expenses, only one-
; Small counties will still get what was originally plannedfor and the pictures only of good people eighth.; Mr. Knight added: "No month, bu; also Imagine the poor Bob Holly is still "JUST PASSING" a
appear in It.- Dunnellon Sun. fellow dragging home) In the late "The Florida dairy law >-i n
them under the Carlton gas tax program-a swift kick. relief ran be had by eliminatingthe while the rest of us have to
has just been declared
0.- afternoon to find Ills house surrounded count!
,.. species or class of property !pay our way In. :
c --- -- j ,y A. McQuagge tax assessorof taxation and laying it by a minature "forest tlonal by the United States I"d" l

The South Florida] Fair at Tampa this week and next Jackson county, has announcedfor some from other class of property. upon The primeval"! And now, It thIs were a band court is the greatest thing tlim'. '!

furnishes an excellent opportunity to see what your state can railroad commissioner to succeed only method by which there can be concert It would be time for the happened in the state" from
pI produce. K. S. Matthews who will relief is by drastic reduction of expenses We Imagine this story Is gross- "Star Spangled Banner," but Inclosing standpoint of health, declare
I doubtless also be candidate. but did hear P, Love, of Tallahassee, presld
r a If $ state city and county." ly exaggerated, we may we remind you that
.{I 0 McQuagge; does like the rest of Those sentiments were true last of one unfortunate fellow who the STATE PRESS SCRAP BOOK: of the state dairymen's annortlon. '

: Will the next legislature boost the tax on gas another. the candidates, hailing from old January; they are true today, spent the night wandering aroundIn la on the air each Friday' eveningat .. The effect of the law Ii'
Jackson he will give the courteousand Ostensibly to relieve! circles in his own front yard. 7:45: from WFLA Clearwater, Klve protection to the consu
iL cent or two? It is unjust to tax gasoline for any purpose except polished Gene a run for the who pay only one-eighth taxpayers of the!. Without a compass, and with his which brings you "The BEST from from the unsanitary re-pasttit

highways.One place.] Madison Enterprise-Re'' coat of government, the proposed vision obstructed by the thick undergrowth the PRESS." or mixed milk which, )Klor

--0 Co rde '. sales tax would put an additionaltax I his wife had j Just paid ,. dairymen assert has been diinn!
' $3.50 he unable to Into this state from other lur
'JL 0- for
1 writer points out that since parrot fever has been Floriilit Brand I'm-try child on In every the -woman Maria and nna find the per front door steps until the .........................1 1[ties which would not pass on

c Hc given the name 'psittacosis, it is bound ,to prove popular Blessings on thee, barelegged girl Times-Courier. A sales tax sufficient morning sun revealed the house : HAMPTON J* milk. .

; with chronic "ailers." With your dirty- knees and skinny to eliminate the entire state loolnlng In the distance.But : 4 MINE Ada Nfmnio, ('or, AJ. DeLand New Volusia! "ti

t o You legs may;be good, or a little bad., mlllage would be of little benefit .5.......... O......... courthouse, recently com plf'f.'d.
as it's the heavy county tax that seriously. we have our roads
cost'Of SOO,000
Charlio Chaplin will not enter the talkies because they Bilk, you're not a walking hosiery places a burden on real estate. In now so it's up to the residents to K. AdkIns and family spent _, opened..

Iz are not "artistic." No one has ever accused Charlie of being ad.-Starke Telegraph.This a majority qf counties this tax Is plant a lot of trees and shrubs that i last Sunday the guests of n. J, Plant City' -- Capitol--flies-

artistic with his lemon pies. Is the first original stuff for the purpose of paying off road will make tourists want to pull' Turner and family of New River installed new sound ulplIJ"lIr

about girls'! lower limbs we have bonds and unless some provision their cars up tp the curbing and Mrs. Marion and. Pearl Reggan cosut of 1000.

,6 ttJ' o seen in six months.-Dunnellon I Is made for the state to relieve park In the shade for a while. of Tiftoh, Ga., were the guests of

A tjn horn sport these days Is- a fellow owning a cheap Sun. That's not "stuff"; It's poet- the counties of this tax no formof Misses Blanche and June Adklna

automobile with every accessory a supply store handles either ry. new state tax will be of much We heard an English professoronce this week.;
0- help to holders of real estate. say that Edgar Guest la not Mrs. M. C. Sweeney entertainedthe
bolted, hung or slung to it. It the
tax-paying public of the "
nOn "verse
-- but a monger. Ladles Council of the Chris-
o state Is wise it will allow the enactment To UiiniK'll tian church last Wednesday evening /54

: In the death Sunday of W, C. Caldwall, hotel inspector at the of no sales tax which does That the J>alatlla- .ake City At this harsh phrase most of the Jan. 22. The attendancewas
not same time, sharply define Short Route Is to be hard-surfac class arose In arms In the behalf good. A nice social time was
and editor of the Jasper News the state and the limits
newspaper within which other ed during the present year, the entire of Mr. Guest while others (and enjoyed at the close of the business -
lose a valued worker. taxes may be levied. If such a project having been Includedin there are always some of those In session, after whch! fruit salad -

---:---- limit is fixed the public will even- the 1930! budget of the state every class) sided! with the teacher. and,saltlnes were served.
tually wake up to the fact that the road department, is Mr and Mrs. Willie
gratifying Seckenger
very -
Taking the freedom of port away from our members of sales tax has become simply] an to the entire section to be tra of Clyo Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Will Will Fire Rob You

congress puts them back into the common class of citizens, as additional! levy. There are alwaysa versed. If that instructor had have tried Mathew Sechlnger; of Toledo 0., Of Your Home!

: 41i : far as their liquor supply goes. hundred ways of spending tax Equally as gratifying, however writing a readable poem every day have recently been the guests of '

L money to one of getting It.-Key to this Immediate section was the for just one month he would have Mrs.\ Maxwell and daughters Miss BT.UMI yiMl Mf.Ml JftHUf MvlHf* _....
( L u West Star. ... further announcement that nun tha____ been ready to admit that Edgar I Kebii and Mr*. C. L. Houser. _jmu m<*p".m*...'".. ,In nu a.Munt1 rqvtty, .bak.IN .For ih..
: Florida constables ask the attorney general whether they -- Flagler" county'end of No. 28 i Is to was not only a poet, but also the Mrs. Lula Iutto of Starke was a .uJ,i biMlnra*Mlioulil, ... prvtovlrd JO._huoM 1 iiu*
If Col. Petero. I. .h, ..
Knight thinks firIrak.
can "legally" arrest motorists without 1930 license tags. We be graded during the year, provided most super human of humans. business visitor here this week.

I didn't think the the tax system is all right and Is that Flagler county proceeds Last Friday little Dobble Johns ." y otir property ..,. fcy .utltl.....
legal of
aspects a matter ever worried working satisfactorily what .
: a con- does rpfwJrlutt
to acquire the needed right-of- We can see the professor's point, had his leg near the hip fractured -*-.... ....tr_tmpnnriny'.. l II wflb. flrw _
stable. he say about the agreement be- however. What he was trying to while playing on the school cam- ...ed, ....,- "bl"AND rrwcrt$ "'I!!>lo"
tween the state way.The INS!!"
oAs assess- purpose of the road, to afford drive home Is that poetry cannot pus during the noon hour. Dr. Miller AlJIt.\lLAU.LU\
ment board and Florida railroads a direct route to the Atlantic be ground out like so much sandwich of Hampton assisted by Drs.
an aftermath of the last election a Savannah woman for a settlement of the 1927 and
Ocean from the Lake City gateway filling and" Btlll remain Bigg and Young of Starke took HAROLD C. WAL
J has started serving a six: months jail term for criminal libel 1028 taxes on a 30 percent basis? will not have been accomplished poetry. To his way of thinking 'harge of the case Immediatelyand

r rFL through circulating of literature concerning the Knights of What becomes Of the 60 per cent until it is built Into Bun- tho mere fact that two IInel'' happened the wound was treated and INSURANCE
assessment basis? This
Columbus. case brings nell. where it will intercept state to rhyme at their ends did every attention necssary was giv-
'. home to everyone In Florida the highway No. 4 and will make direct not necessarily make them a poem. en. STARKE, FLORIDA

o Inequality of taxation! In this state contact with the coast later at He believed that to write a poet Last Sunday night A. A. Dnri -
or rather it directs attention to '
Attorney General Mitchell\ believes prohibition can be enforced Flagler Beach must be inspired und-well, just
what Is. already only too wellknon The Importance of this connection [I try getting Inspired i-;' -___...:__ n ___ _ .
beter once everydayit's
to --
a degree if its enforcement program is in the by everyone. Ocala Star. may be Inferred from the ] I
Impossible. Some
: morn-
hands of conscientious drys. It requires a genius to arrive.I __._s, statement recently published In Ings the coffee is bound to be cold.

at that conclusion after ten years of prohibition. I Comptrollet Ernest Amos believes the Geographic Magazine that

the last treasury report announcement tourist cars pass through Lake We don't Intend to say whether

0 r giving the balance' City at the rate of two per minute we sded'! with professor or not. I :Wh1
Lake City wants the highway from Jacksonville widened about $8,000,000 rather mis during the busy season. Seventyper We know Guest la popular locally Z. -: .

all the way to her city limits instead of only to Baldwin. The leading. The report showed that cent of the motor traffic entering because not so many weekspast 5 ; '1'!

need for that amount as the balance at the end the' state comes throughthis the Woman's Club presented an .- itg ,
t may not be so urgent when road 28 of the year but In reality there ,
gateway and much of this is "Edgar Guest" program at one of
is opened and a new outlet to the east coast is provided. was Just enough money on hand diverted at present through Jacksonville Its meetings. We will say. however -

o to pay bills, Mr, Amos pointed out at a great loss of time and that we got the professor'snumberand
Iih In addition, he said. the of
Florida has many "citizens" who paid their first tax this the revenue period was reached peak needless destination expense Is the central tn those and whose lower - this l Is how it happened -

year on an automobile. The constitutional amendment will and he' foresaw a substantial de East Coast.

i knock out this personal tax on cars after this'year, but they chine 'in the general revenue fundas .Palatka will be vastly benefit- Several weeks-after he had denounced -

: t will still pay it in the form of an increased license fee ttr theta the new State year News.advanced.--Tallahassee ted by the completion of No. 28 to Guest in the class room :T

c. Lake City. It will profit the opening we hadoccasion to call at his office -
up of a large trade territoryand (strictly a matter of business
Orates Congressman H,. A. by the _
o increased tolls to be In reference to a mistake in some
Under the new 'election] laws a candidate cannot endorse Green; "The Democrats of my section :- collected/ for the use of Memorial dally grades.) We had to wait
of the
country are bound by it in the
Bridge for which
county some time on the professor) and to
notes or make contributions to anything other than regular the great principles of our party. has heavily bonded Itself and pass an Idle' moment we casually

obligations without reporting such as part of his expenditures I They have done their part In formIng which was built to
campaign the serve the three picked! up a small book on the table -

It's a favorite sport to "bleed" candidates during, the laws constitution of our land. and We shaping believeIn trunk highways that converge -It was a volumn .ot Edgar BRADFORD COUNTY
here also, by the opening up of Guest This was not so shocking
a campaign and need ;
they some protection. I Io the majesty of the law'and the the rich
__ Integrity agricultural section that we naturally supposed he had read
of the BANKThat
all of its constitution" and extends from San Mateo\ to Bun- some of Guest in order to be able

Motor bus operators are filing suit to prevent collection Banner. amendments. -Ocala I nell, as well as in having a more to criticize him. But when we discovered -
Curiously enough the direct money was earned by too much labor
avenue the
of license coast a second and a third anda ,
taxes on motor buses. Motor bus
and does
freight truck congressman not state that he
Tills city however, is nut, entirely fourth volume we closed one eye risk for a few extra pennies on the dollar In
owners aievao hard to please in the matter ing for the Is "bound by the great principles I concerned as to Us own welfare. and nodded knowingly. the course of
a In this
of our party. Ills year. Bank it is SAFE
use of highways that it might be best to compel them to buy in It la equally as Interested In the

land and build their own roads like their competitors, the rail democracy-.-.- p Is unquestioned. development and progress of the That professor had merely been -yours whenever you need. ,We welcome
1 I neighboring counties. It annot trying to be your account whether it
Texas has. a record refreshinglY eatlrlcal! at the ei- starts with one dollar -
wayg'0 \but feel a friendly tnterEld: in all penS of one 'of his best loved or a thousand. Ther
unique In 's
annals of the a deposit book
that affect
,, Flagler .
-- \ county$ with friends, Edgar: Guest.
try Convicted the first time of Its waiting for here TODAY.
vast,agrknJturnI'jpQtentlalltles.) you
Speaking of nuisances, 'if there can be found one more manslaughter he Was given four ,
It I 18
eager; to the :
tee Warm \V>
useless than the long drawn, mournful blasts of "Peggy" as years In prison; hi*' second trial farm, land* thpre mad to produce : "Uier!

sho leaves her berth on ther branch for the main line, the orig. conviction following I'n of appeal second resulted degree a of In the the same Hastings: proportion; to. those Just feel thai warm sun" coming. Bradford County Bank

'inator deserves, a, wax: 1 monument at the.hands. of the. der lectionThe down ,
city od. he. ..
.% w ra. .I
: IveiiJlfet :
Vof '
dads. As a noise producer for the quarter: mile stretch, Peg atlgfled, his lawyer again! !appealed't1''III''JY.counly' wlu b ginesj lip doubt,m.1I1l bestir of I'd Ajid like here to I be work.iTllttle..A.Ias.! ..>'ordC.Of.Jralr/a: : Financial: Stronghold
gy holds the'record of all Seaboard and the third jury found him themselves S&RK ILA '
engines. guilty of murder In the flrtt degree to see that the'jamtlnlng And wallow In the gr si.A I ,, "
rlghta-of-wajr '
are obtatn't' sunny day In winter months j


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