Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1877- Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S, Matthews Owner and Publisher I

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NEW MILK ACT Aged Man Dies I 400,000 NEW I I Woodmen Circle Meeting I II I Two Are Killed TARIFF UNFAIR '

In Auto Crash i iI When Auto Is

FINALLY GOES i 3 Others Hurt AUTO PLATES I w ., YCi Ar I4fiI I Hit By Truck. FLORIDA I if <; ,A.:' :" "

IN OPERATION UK" U>ti! of cntlmm; Kllle In ARE ORDERED Andrew Crwn_mill, J. J. Gritty 1 FLETCHER SAYS !

Auto Ac< ld\-Mit Near llrooks.IIIe jj i "
Victim (If CritMli Year
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:Macclenny.lu. i It

Itili, Aro AudopJeil at SeMionlldil 'l'1I//;" \VII1 Iti- \\hlu- on cre<>ii, mill I New Itlll lM-rliiiliinloi-.v.. SeimtopWashington. I''
Tampa AUK. 2:2.:! One
in Capital ('HyI ; -- man was !
t .'k'( '. AUK 25.--Two ]lake Ih' "lures 'j{ .
kllled OIK! three men Injured In an Smaller qi jll'j f.

automobile collision' on state road I' ," ioiiu\: farmers were killed
i ,"tda's i :new law calculated to Aug. 23.The tar- Ii ;
No. 5 Just south of IJrooksvllle An order for who they were rushed between '
,,l' male the Importation and sale motor vehicle iff b'll! agreed to by the republican i' 1 '

?, i iii'ik' in the state was put) into Into yesterday afternoon tags for 1930 has been placed fiI,a c I iho r''nt' of their parked automobile majority of the finance committee I L

here with the Llge Byrd 67, of Graham, died with the tag plant at Halford ',
JI u' ,teal operation and the front of a truck drivenby of the senate discriminates against .' "F

,,,(|,,,|ilon) of a set of rules and regulations In the Tampa municipal) hospital, state farm, Walter S. McLIn act L S, Tcague. 2230 HerHchel and la unfair to Florida, according I'

to govern the handling of where he was rushed in an am- lug state motor vehicle commissioner street, president and treasurer ofI to Senator Fletcher In a statement ,

th product. bulance from nrooksvllle, shortly announced Friday I I L Teaguo Company, Inc, on the Issued today. He said: I j I

Phe rules and regulations were after he was admitted Both his Florida's new license plates will I Luke City highway; between Mucclonny "For Instance.--paragraph 743 l

!fiend, by various officials IncludingJohn legs were broken, a hip fractured. be green with white letters and I and Olustue! about 8I: )0o'clock of l Iho house bill retained the duty i!1"i :

M. Scott, chief milk Inspector He suffered numerous other Injuries numerals and the design will be j last night of two rents per pound on lemons I'R }, r{

of the state;; W. L. Trimble, nearly one-third smaller than that Andrew A. Green, 32, former as now provided by law. The majority us
The others injured are D. it!. of the 1929 tags. commissioner ; I 4/j? i.< : Law of the !1'1
Ocala( representing the Florida Acting .it' r resident of the ley community senate finance committee
Dairymen's association; E. L. FI1hlef Byrd, of 3504 Twenty-fourth ave- McLIn announced that this received a broken neck and was raised, that to 2 1-2 cents I'' ;, ''y'

b>, '.- sanitary engineer of the nue, Tampa, who Is under arrest reduction in size would result In MISS :%AJYHTLi 01IS CIU'MI': almoHt Instantly killed, and J. J. per pound.< )Florida roes not pro- I

state board of health, and J. M. In the Jackson hospital at Dade a saving of 22 per cent to the :illN.'ONI.1: IXSl.tXHtarke : : 1.1111I1.| Florida Grim, 45, died In an ambulance duce lemons commercially. I ; ;' '
City lie suffered cut and bruises Florida
Burgess dairy specialist of the state. enroute to a Jacksonville hospital 'The boost bill also provided a :
O. K. Livingston of Inverness, and State Jr. Supervisor Woodmen State \Manager; of Florida for the +"'
,miu marketing bureau.I'rovUlcn Sjxlcin .\bollslieil from luternal Injuries and two duty of two cents per pound on ; ; ,
Circle Woodmen Circle Supreme Delegate I
L. Leonard of Brooksvllle, '
(StandardsI'ln The broken legs. limes in their natural state, or In I! -
old of
system Issuing G tags 1
both of whom sustained m'uor! injuries.
new law, passed by the 1929 for! trucks for hire and trucks for The tourliiK oar was parked on bring The majority of I the coin1 1 ,I I yr
: i he highway our of gasoline; it mlttee reduced, that duty to one ,
J I. la. ure, provides for Imported private use has been abolished, asInspectors tV
Lige and n, M who
are i
wax, reported, and Green and llrlfIIs cent per pound. This Is unfair to
certain stand-
state had
trouble In distinguishing
I" 111 meet -
'in i
(cousins( were riding!!: In one car allliIeollnrd' / had walked to u filling station} Florida which produces the bulk ,
it to be labelled in the between the different
tor :
and Jackson\( In the other.
about mile for fuel. While of limes / In the I
a nwny grown: I United
in which it is produced, and The machines oollied head-on dasHes of trucks. The license for
''11,hits the re-past eurlzat, Ion of trucks for hire !is about three in tho act of pouring the Rnnoline Stales In my opinion Union 1 ?t '
ii when to
the Uyrd car attempted into the tank of the innchlnii theIruek should not lie separntttil, from lemons -
M II, of the mixing of Imported times as much as for privatelyused ;\,
pass a truck Pasco county olfliuln t driven I l i by Teagno t ; crushed sad when tin.. bill IB dually
ii I IK with the domestic product.. said. ; trucks. Under the new system I' ,
( Into' them.TeuKiit' written the duty on limes and lemons
l 1111' rules and regulations to It Is believed that collections ;I :It'
The authorities of Pasco county
who received pnlnful ought to Im the same.iriilMftiilt .
i .nut the new law follow : will bo made for about all of the ,
have decided what charge toJllu'o
not /: bruises nboiit the body, In thneranh. (/ Duty ,
Itulo 1. All milk or cream sold trucks for hire. The new tags will ,1 "I i ,$' Il'
against I). M Byrd In viewof
Informed the Times-Union "A. for grapefruit the house bill
Klorlda shall he obtained only bear the word "Truck" for privately -
in ( the death of his cousin. last night that ho was bl'nded! by provided a duty I of 1 1-2 cent per 1 rff j
used trucks
iniiii, within the past 12 months and the additional
approach I ; bright lights; and that pound, whereas the majority of ,
thawing? ; no reaction to the tuberculin words "For[ Hire" for b
UK Tampa, Aug. 25-An Inquest r the cur had no tall\ light; "I did Hit committee has reduced Hint to ,

,: test All tests shall be Into the death of Llge; Byrd, 67, of trucks for hire. not nee the car until I wan very one cent per )pound<1 as now pruvid-1;

made by a veterinarian accredited Graham, killed Thursday night in Another change was made In clone to It and was unable to nvoldIt ed by law. Florida produces. the ;; '
live stock sanitary truck and trailer tags. Formerly a"
hdie state an automobile accident on Road aM ,P' Holm roe AQiid MmIMnrhr because of the position In whichIt < miijor, portion of grapefruit. grown "
board in accord with current requirements ;10; 5 In Pasco county will be held the same Q tag was used both for .4d OrpAnn CTtldnot was parked oii I lie highway" head In (ho United States.
approved by the Unlt- diedIn trucks and trailers, and resulted In .r,
today at Dude City. Byrd '< "The house bill provided duty I
of Animal In- confusion. The new lags will con- tiierlf J
Bureau ,
c'il the Tampa hospital where he After the accident Tongue WHVrd of three cents per pound on toma I

ilusti'v for accredited herds Milk ua brought after the accident. I). tain the word "Traler"! and will ( pass'ng! automobiles and, (Green; toes The majority of the fliiaiico iJI "(
hum herds showing evidence of victim' who eliminate all of this difllcuHy. Oils state lug enjoyed the wo1'11II8s\ Crump I \"
M. Byrd. cousin! of the \Miss Myrtle Crump / and Grlllls wero placed) la machines committee reduced that to ,

"nintaglous abortion shall\ not be resides at 3504 Twenty-fourth ave- Yew' Tags ('lmiijje4l manager und national delegate of who was national delegate; to the with instruction from 2 1-2 cents per pound. This affects t":r ; t

sold for human consumption as nue here. Is under arrest in a hospital The free tags Issued formerly the Woodmen Circle made her official national Woodmen ami, Woodmen' Teugue} /; to take them to a ho pltal.J .. Florida growers seriously :

raw fluid milk.'Rule in Dude City and will have under the letter X for cars used visit to the Starke Grove No. Circle convention, held at Seattle!: Green J died before he rl'acbedIa.c! "The rate of 25 cents per 100 u ,

2. No person who has preliminary hearing today to de- For state, county and municipal 278 Tuesday night. Wash., In July. rlenny and Orlirts died In u Hard- pounds on turnips and rutabagas 1

had typhoid fever shall engage In termine whether charges shall be business have been changed. The Mrs Innian conducted the meeting She guve us a beautiful report\ of age and Williams ambulance while\ carried in the house b'll'! was re. II I'i u

the handling of milk or cream, ex- placed aga'nst/: '! him. letter X Is to be eliminated and the with all officers in their chairs the convention and many worthwhile en route to Jacksonville., ducod l to 20 cents by the majority ;

.i'ept upon, completion of satisfactory I). :M. Byrd was driving the car word "OdlcJal": substituted to that and a large number of members i things; of Importance accom Teaguo's truck was badly damaged of the committee, #"

examination of stool or urine which collided with another in these cars can readylly be distinguished present. Miss Crump was escorted plished. \Miss Crump stopped over In the crash and was placedout "The house bill provided a duty lp

OH prescribed by state board of which O. K. Livingston of Inverness by any citizen who will ben to the alter, introduced and giv In many states and also travelled of commlHHioii. The touringcar of three cents per pound on peppers jt

health and Jack L Leonard of position to know whether they elll grand honors, after which our to quite an extent In' Canada. was thrown Into the ditch by 1 eggplants) and cucumbers a

Ilule Three Brooksvllle were riding. The col- are being used for public businessor guardian, who Is also state junior While, frinstructing t Starke MMS! Crump Is the Impact of the collision. The majority of the committee t

'Rule 3. Each distributor shall lision was said to have come when pleasure. supervisor, asked the attendant, the Starko winner In After removing!!: bin truck from changed l that provision to read as r f !'

make a daily report upon forms Byrd( attempted to pass a truck. By using smaller tags Mr. Mc- Miss Moore to escort Miss Crumpto tettni work, of our grove the highway; with the iiHsl taiice .follows, : 'KKKplant\ three cents f4 '

furnished by the commissioner of Livingston and Leonard were In Llu also claims that there will be a the rostrum to a seat at the i t-'Jie: was I the guest of Mrs. Von- 1 of several others, Tengiie/; otilalnedu per pound) except during the i i

agriculture showing quantities of jured slightly.: reduction in cost of shipping from presiding officers right. da Inman for the day. Fruit salad ride to Jacksonville and reported mouths of January, February and t '

milk and cream received and distributed The body of Llge Byrd was sent Halford to the agencies and In post The candidates were initiated, and Ice tea were served and u rent. Immediately to SheriffV.. n, Ca- March, when the duty shall be one- d

origin of supply, shipper last night to Hampton. office charges In cases where the who expressed themselves as hav-i i I social circle formed.AUCTION hooii and Informed him of the ac- half of one cent: per pound; :

and date of shipment, and tags are ordered from the depart- cident. Sheriff Culiooii got! In herB, three cents per : r
such forms shall be mailed to the Upholds ment. State Fox Hunt SALE -- touch with Sheriff Joe Jones, of cept during/ the period from

commissioner of agriculture's office Judge The new tags will be placed on Baker county, and told him Tongue to March 15, both dates :,4\ 1

at Tallahassee, Fla., each Monday Stored Gas Tax sale December 15 and under the Starts October 14Keystone OF BERRIES TO had surrendered. Teague; Is to appear when the duty shall be one-half of ;:,,1;

new law will be distributed in at an Inquest to he held In one cent per pound; peppers, three '5\

"Rule 4, All bottled milk or some instances by county tax col- _.--- BE EXPLAINED Macclenny Monday morning it Is cents per pound' This seasonal N

cream sold shall bear on the out- Contention Of The. Slate I N, Sustained lectors Instead of private agenciesas Height SIMVW ofKvent Rip/ understood. provision seriously affects Florida

side cap or cover In bold faced In former years.HIGHWAY. : Many ('01111' growers. R

type In contrasting;, color the following From A fur Plant City, August; 27.-Announcement Jacksonville, Aug. 2G.Funeral Against/ Tampa Inten'NlM ,

information: State In whichit Circuit Judge E. C. Love at was made yesterday services will be held today fur two "Tobacco.-Changes made by ;

originated; distributed by--- Quncy yesterday upheld the entire GAP Leesburg, Aug 28.-J. R. Let- by M, R. Seed, who Is arranging / Baker county farmers, killed Sat the majority of the committee'in} i

Address____, All milk or cream list of contentions of the state of ton of Leosburg\ leading spirit in urday night when their automo- provisions of this paragraph would 'II
the -
sold In cans shall be labeled with Florida in holding!!: constitutional BEING PAVED maintaining/ interest In fox chasIng the Itinerary In bile was struck by a truck on the seem to be decidedly against the + ru

shipping tag, containing same Information the act of the legislature declaringa In Florida, has received word growing areas of this state for a Lake City highway; near Mucclen- Interests of the cigar manufacur-

as given for bottled milk tax on petroleum products stor- Paving has begun on the 1 1-2 from sportsmen In Kentucky and number of talks by Lee R. Millerof ny. Andrew A, Green, aged/; 35, ers of Tampa and other places using I

and cream. ed In the state for use within the mile between Elllavllle in Columbia other far states that they will Hammond, La., that Mr. Miller of Sanderson, almost instantly Havana wrappers, without t

'Rule 5. The state board of borders of the state. gap county on the Gainesville bring their packs of hounds to will give a talk here Saturday afternoon killed, will he laid to rest In J<:ver- beiieflttliiK domestic producers of k'

health regulations will be taken", suit affects the large users Keystone Heights for the big Flor /green cemetery, Halford, at 11:00: Sumatra wrappers f
The highway and the Union county .
/; of this week at the city
official In those communities where gasoline and other petroleum with hard ida fox hunts which start thereon o'clock this morning/ with llurd- "The house bill retained the
of line, where it Joins up a
rules October and last until the 19. hall explaining the auction sales and Williams} I of JacksonvilleIn oC
there are no municipal laws, products who have hertofore surfaced highway long ago completed ago duty on China clay or kaolin (
of On the first day of the meet used In Louisiana for charge. Green Is survived by rate'
"i regulations.; bought their gasoline outside and giving a hard surface system'! us 12.GO per ton, which Is the

Enactment of the 1929 milk and i the state In wholesale quantities, road all the way from Lake Cityto there will be a hound show with i the sale of strawberries produced his widow, and four children, Emma now provided by law. The majority I

legislature 1 state and appropriate) prizes. This will be I Lessle, (Ifunip and Willie, all of the senate committee reduced ,
cream act came after the had it shipped into the Lake butler, and at the latter In that section. The meeting has.
such a followed by a chase and each day at home, und his rather A. J. that to $1.50 ton. It was to I
( of 1927 had passed stored it for the future use. place It will connect with a pavedroad been called for 3 o'clock Saturday per
veto handed down of the five will see the pucks Green of Alachiia the Interest of manufacturers and s
receive a
measure, only to Under the ruling now being constructed to afternoon and Its purpose will bean '
from former Governor John W. today these corporations and cities Starke. scouring the woods. explanation for growers of this John J. GrllllH, aged/ 51, of Mac- importers to have this done. The
Florida U declared to bo Ideal who died en route tl) a-lo- van
clenny, i
a license I- ruining of kaolin and fine clays Is
Martin. must now pay used t
counties the
of Elllsvllle.Un-
end The paving section of the sales system
for fox' chasing, not only becauseof cal hospital, will bo Interred In I t
and five cents per Important Industry) in Floridaand p
of $5 of said
tax lon county gap Is in charge a In Louisiana, Mr. Seed
iiiKUTi\o: : W\lmllot'SI': : used the abundance of the brushes Pine Grove cemetery near Knl- Georgia; and) the duty should 1't!
all gasoline with
gallon on Gainesville contractor, L, M, Gra). Mr. Miller recently met '
but because of the wide open ford at o'clock this afternoon ;I
the circuit t have been Increased Instead of decreased -
suit was filed In it will section and told
The When completed open up buyers of this
Brownlee Bros, are erecting a court of Leon county by John !Matthews some fine new trade territory to spaces without fences or dangerous them of the system 118 used In with Hanlago and Williams In Largo/ quantities of these) t.t.
store building just east of the express of Jacksonville an attorney Lake City Detours are via the gill leys for mounts to jump Louisiana lie handles about two- charge.; Grlllls Is survived by mateiluU are Imported) from Kng-:

packing shed at the station of the last legislatureas : Butler road.-Lake in widow and six children Nancy and land at a low freight; rate, often fl
and member old Lake City thirds of the strawberry crop
LIMIT J Oltiux'iIIISN Clif-
DltAWS Lenttla
and will carry a line of crate a representative from Duval Gazette. ; : DRIVING J Louisiana each year. The berry Agnes, at home; Mrs Mrs. Bertha in ballast, and have almost taken
material and supplies for farmers attacked the constitutionally ford, Jacksonville; away from us our principal mar
county, who output from Hammond, Lit., runs W. ii, thrills .
"t this section. The building la of the laws as passed \\'IM.l.MSOAMI IUII.1o'U1ofoU Marvin Parrish, colored. charged about 1,600 cars: during a six- Stewart, Macclenny ; Ann Harries] ket t. I

Well located, being accessible to by the legislature. : with reckless driving of an automobile week period each year. and Mrs. Wealthy and motherMr. "These changes' react distinctly ,

the railway siding for shipments Attorney Matthews also filed on state road 48, on the Mr. Miller was In the employ of Macclenny; his father nf Mac- to the disadvantage of Florida, are h

and for of sales of material -: attacking the constitutionality 4th found of and Mrs. Amos Grlfll dlscrl minatory and unfair, and
handling volt recently John Williamson and John Hall afternoon of July was the United States Department

) to truckers bringing; their pro- of the law passed by of the Theressa section, were freed guilty by a jury In county judge's/ Agriculture; for four years during clenny, and two'and brothers Joseph, Grills Henry, they do not exhaust the list.""
ducts to the express loading plat-, the last legislature pertaining to by a Jury In. county judge's courtof court Tuesday .and received a fine which time he Investigated and Grime, l'J'g
1 Macclenny. TO ItIN'Jil'It1.lIlY.14: : : 1MIACV t tTI'I
torm. iTIIHKK the distribution of certain portions Columbia county Tuesday on a 'of $100 and costs or 90 days In studied marketing/ conditions : su,( I IC

of the state tax of five cents per charge of transporting liquor) The jail. I'arrUh's car ran Into one throughout the country, 1N.1CTI:1)
: : MOHK HALF HOLIDAYS gallon on all gasoline sold In the defendants were represented by driven by a man named Cavanaugh Mr. Miller Is explaining his system :' I'W: 1\W :: : : HKJAIUMNO :. -- 4triil j.
In this issue Is carried announcement -
half holidays state The decision rendered by Senator E. M. Johns of Starke. Columbia ; badly wrecking It and his at meetings; throughout this ( M IIOOL Ill'S UNIX: I I It
Only three Thursday of dissolution of the
Judge Love In that suit has been county deputies seized a wife required medical treatment section. Meetings are scheduled a t.
remain this season, the per- law firm of Knight & Knight Col.
of 1920! was
The legislature
appealed to the state supreme car! belonging to Hall near Lulu as a result of Injuries received. at Jlradenton Wednesday after-
"'d for thin summer clost'nlwith; strumental passing/ a bill, known I). I':. Knight announcing that he
court. several weeks ago, the occupants James C. Barry, embezzlementfrom noon, Lakeland Thursday after-
Thursday. Sept. 19th. Although ... House Bill' No 06-x, an act requiring will resume his criminal practice '
escaping to the woods when hailedby the Singer Sewing Machine noon, Wauchula Friday afternoonand as
'i schedule was made up lat- SCHOOL lll'IMHMl J IV officers, and found liquor therein. : Co., plead guilty; 450 and costs or Bowling Green Friday night.i''I.1NhU ; all motor vehicles to stop In the court of the 26th judicial

opening of school expected the loon t'ONDITION The officers claimed they six month. upon the roads or highways/ of circuits. From the time of appointment 4
tor> part of September, it Is under- of of the junior member of the
-- recognized the defendants and Columbus Oliver driving car on : N l\ l n.\I AiiAI.V upon the roads or hlghawys
411' od the merchants and business When plasterers have completedtheir the state while ,stopped' and engaged firm, II. V. Knight, as states attorney -
of warrant were sent here for serv rim on highway, plead guilty; $25 t '
nen will continue closing for then labors on one class room dischargingschool of this circuit. Col. Knight 4
three months. Sam Franklin, colored, appar- In receiving/ or
the Hall In the meantime reporting and costs or
ilgnated period. the Bradford, High School, for lag to Sheriff Epperson that his Hard* Thomas open profanity,,, ently believes In the courts, he being children! and providing a bus refused to represent anyone i N I
building will be In readiness In both mu- for a violation of the provision charged with crime In counties
had been stolen. plead guilty; $1 and costs or 60 a familiar figure penalty
MKATIIKUVKKK: : IUX'OIU) 1o'OU opening of school next Monday! car nicipal and county courts, but his of the bill. It also provides comprising the 2Hth\ circuit In
Johns also represented
\ : : KNIUNO: : AL'll. 2*, 1:0, : Supt. Griffls stated Wednesday.The received Robert Senator McConnell and five other Hardy Thomas, assault and bat father has decided to adopt different that every motor vehicle used (In discussing/ his plans, Col. Knight 4t;

Date Max. Min. Preclpt. entire building hand has of work- employees of the Dell Telephone tery; charges dlmlssed upon pay tactics In the future, following transporting children to and from stated he has always enjoyed the i
attention at the his by the son school must be plainly marked criminal practice and especially
Aug, 68 .27 stationed at Macclenny ment of costs an on person
In good
and is the defense side, and It was his desire -
cleaner the
both rear
men and Wednesday. Franklin, senior, Is "SCHOOL BUS" on !<
being charged with Stalling,
Aug 22 89 71 day. For Monday, they
condition for opening determined that the scapegoat and front, as well as on each side. to resume that practice. |
murder guilty. Extenuating now
Aug 70 assault with Intent to upon liquor: plead
93 building
23 time since the dose this law makes It States Attorney Knight will hate 1'
the first result will take his next of Violation T R
Aug. ,24 94 71 Is In one Don Powers. At the habeas circumstances in this case
was completed, every room ol, medicine without any help from punishable by either" fine or Im- offices upstairs In Corpening'aDrug !
Aug. 25 91 H ..15Aug. necessitating corpus hearing before Judge Ad- ed In defendant drawing a fine t 6
enrollment One and Imprisonment Store, building, a suite of
growing both -
use the and warrants were Issued for prisonment, or
28 89 68 of additional kins the defendants were acquitted $1 and cOltS.Wesleyllrforgan.. him this
buying of having been remodeled far
the the discretion rooms
Aug. 27 89 71 of the of the charge and ordered released assault and bat Sam Wednesday charging 'assault at
fitting up offices.
the use as
AliI' 28 70 Beats and for the students. from custody. tery; continued for trme. and battery the court

Total rainfall _____ ,42 in. unused rooms I J ,

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\ nntnronn COUNTY Trxunmrii. HTIUKIS: II'J Onm\ FfiUU'" <\l'a'ST 3 It .,, ,
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u It v lava!:dltv, Tiir lorporatlons; i "trllord'uary session ot i II"
'--'---'--'---':' -- mil <"< ruin lanct, land owners,, The Hales\( tax law wiin< ,' ,
i. r ) ] Around Town j REAL ESTATE AND pin ,mlng their ustomary c policyof oil, was one ot limited ",< n|1"",
f doing nothing! In opposition to effect ; Introduced, I boll,; < \
the admlnlstrat'on, solely approved Senator Young of Martin
'-'-'-'-"-".' FOR BELL LABOR DAY I
--'- READY
SENSIBLE of the existing mess; at the But even this: mltlRa.u VMM, ,1'1'

.. Anxious mothers sending suns ,I same time saying; that] they approved spite of the frowns of tin. ,idi( ', ,
this fall liavo not -- ------ of Huh'H tax "In principle -
away to school -- -- a ration, and the fart that! "i i '
.. I an much to four In tho WRY of hazing Kotli 1U) '8 In (;
OB mothers two 01 three years ter Month TrjilniiiK for ChatlCH Heck L:iwtc-y( and Bobbie \ Relief AssociationIt vle\vn of Indignant voters. way of Bayln"I/ : am for you; ulon and no attempt was mild i,,

i,: ago had Much has been done recently Labor+ hay Uout. Shannon, Jacksonville meet ina requites acute analysis The law providing for the but against you," .It Is rumored vigorously support or pan ii 1
\ no very
I.:1. : tt towards\ eliminating this creation of tax adjustment boards, however, that the real owners of nothwithsUindlng the full \ ,'
I; i phase of college life, When we (By F. H. Cnrradlne) return, engagement of four of conditions in I the state of and reduction of interest rates and these properties, being confronted, of adverse criticism from 1 ihsoclatlou ,,
of hazing we do not lefer' round. neck endeared himself to Florida to reveal to the observer as they are by the impending increase formed
'..t_ speak I' Paul \Moore, the garrulous boy penalties, Instead of bringing; In to oppose H
t t'r' to practical Jokes which are more 1 from Lawtey and Uroward Strick- the fans a month ago by going on the'exist ence of a tremendous overload additional sums from back taxes, : In taxes, are not half socomplacent tax law received a fuvoiutii,

le1.i1 ', or less harml+sly indulged In. after Buffering a broken nose In of taxation upon real property have had an exactly oposlte effect as they were toward' port of the senate commlttc. .

.,;:;; but to physical huhOf/ course land, equally as garrulous, from the second<< round to score a technical and have served to deter the large this policy of their representatives.We died a respectable approved it I, ,
I our experience has necessarily Starke, will face each other Monday K:, O over the ]hard-hitting/ That this overload exists to an tax ceitlflcate buyers from enterIng were severely criticised for in the maizes of the senate < ,,d:
L I been limited but we do know of night'!; In effort to settle a feud Shanon. O'Doiiohue, Shannon's utterly unequal and unfair <(.:;gree, / the market. It is estimated epread'ng! the sale tax idea broad-! dar

,, several Institutions where extremes that was born July 4th at Kings- manager tells us that Bobble Is a Is beyond question. that this fact will cause a short cast over the state; and It was The law I pr6pose to dig" ,
have been reached In this ley Lake. much improved boy. and is out to That the effect of this burden age ot tax payments In Duval i. even charged that we caused It to It adopted, (and It Is galnuu '"
j ,.. line. There Is one school where, In this bout we feel even the score with Deck. 'has been to stifle the real estate county alone of something over be "propogandaed to death.." favor every, day) will be no. .
i l up until two years ago, a freshman presenting Glenn McMillan and JackieFord market and prevent a return to two hundred thousand dollars.In It Is not dead. It is not even man's law. It will enact no
., ;' was considered absolutely the that we are bringing together two both of Starke are matchedfor normal conditions, is equally plain. the whole galaxy of these sleeping-. It Is growing. J might ctal privilege, nor will It crest,'I"01',' \
I i' of animal life on boys who are, In every way, good If th's'! burden is to
.,; lowest form We realize that four rounds. We are told permitted laws, there Is nothing even faintly say it has growing pains so rapid i right or benefit not common to .
.; earth. If he did the sllgbtestthing" clean the future sportsmen.of boxing in Bradford' that these lads tan' and will fight continue and increase it will ulti- resembling real relief. Neither ,has been its recent development. I It wall not prepared in secret, i II' ,
to displease an upperclassman of'' Bob Blanchard and "Deacon" mately cause the abandonment of separately nor collectively will The policy of wide distribution
:r. I'' e he was invited to the latter's ,i county depends on the success Mike Futch, Lawtey middleweIghtswill huge holdings. Even now such the present laws effect what is Imperatively of the proposed sales tax law was (Continued on page 6)

.: room and forced to go through Labor Day card, consequently, we do their bit for th'o P. T A., abandonments are being seriously necessary, and that is: studiously adopted. Its advocates
some of the following exercises: have endeavored to match only while Cleon considered; best to take
; in a four rounder Immediate adequate relief. felt that It was the
"Push In//( and pulling," to do this those boys who are popular, clean, Woolen and Charles Dinkins, the There have been many suggestions The (I'roiNMMxl SalcH Tax Law the people Into their confidence,

A ; the rat holds an army rifle In the and good performers. We re- crowd-pleasing pair of fifty pounds for relief. There has been It was the anticipation of just and thereby to ascertain what: if
l position for shooting and must spectfully solicit your criticism will resume their little July 4th some legislation. No proposal that such a result that caused those of any, suggestions for improvementcould 10 LAYH..VE

j1 thrust It out and pull It back In that we may correct our mistakesin irgiiment in a three round cur- has so far reached the form of enacted us who have helped to frame the be gained, and what If any, .
rapid succession and with consid- the future. .aln-ralser. !' law can be reasonably sup- proposed sales tax law to prepareit argument could be made against) DANGEROUS: ENDS'.JA-hr_
erable force. We have seen boys' Moore and Strickland have train- First bout starts promptly at 8:00: posed to bring adequate relief. and to distribute It widely its adoption. It was also felt that
shoulders remain black and blue ed falthtuly for this' bout, and the Dreamland arena, at Lawtey, The law that Is calculated to among the people of Florida. This the law would thereby avoid the

r for weeks from this particular ex- we fully believe that the fans who by F. U Carradlne and J. C. Pre- work a centralized accumulationof was done before the convening of terrible penalty of secrecy that: c I r ,
witness it will home vowing
ercise. Another delightful pas go vatt, under auspices of local Na- tax moneys, and their arbitrary the last session of the legislature.We caused the emasculation of the
; time was appropriately called the they never saw a better one. that tional Guard for benefit of Law- appropriation to the payment of knew that there was no hope Brown-Cummer-Carlton proposals.

..t! "half-knee bend" This was exe- Moore is quoted as saying tey Parent-Teachers Association, selected county and district bonds, of the then present adoption of it. To wish ,for widespread study and
wllf In
cuted by remaining poised on the he put Strickland away First bout start promptly at 8:00 does not relieve, but only diverts. The administration was committed discussion the proponents of the
k" tip-toes mid-way between a stand- three rounds and fill a nine thirty o'clock, Sept. 2nd. All seats re- If It outlives the attacks that have to the sterlotyped and Ineffectual sales tax law still adhere; and It
ing and a squatting position until date with a ypung lady in an ad- served. Tickets on sale at Canova been and will be made upon it, program of tax t distribution, was for this reason among others
complete exhaustion caused the rat joining town. Hut Strickland says Pharmacy Starke and Lawtey which Is exceedingly doubtful the which, so far, has produced noth- that no attempt was made to Intro- concerning the may dangers counsel which you
If that In answer to that, that he expectsto
,t t; ''is to collapse on the floor. technical K. Drug Co, Lawtey. Admission one relief afforded will be neither ing more valuable than finding of duce it in either the regular orYES beset modem !life. You see
win the fight by a
It for five minutes. The ostensible
sounds easy try dollar. timely nor adequate these dangers In the
O In the sixth and Moore\ does experiences
felt playful 'of this
't : If the upper-classman purpose legislation of others. Fire Is one of
r he and several others (they fill that nine-thirty date, that It sl.av 1'SSENGIrt; et11E11ULES seems to be a sort of paternal reward the greatest!
always came in bunches) might will be with a nurse in the hos- for past extravagance-the We !
can charge Why delay having insurance
your your
't roll the rat In a blanket and place pital. Beginning Sunday, April 21st spenders being/ preferred In pro- ""R reviewed and adjusted
'f him on top of a steaming radiator For your Information, we are Seaboard Hallway schedules for portion to their prodigality( tJ.Smith's to your present needs?Delays
1, o, ", or leave him for hours holding/ giving the measurements of both Starke were posted as follows: The law which Increases the STORAGE BATTERY in U > oreddngcrous-and expensive
? r" shoes polish can against the wall boys as they will enter the ring Southbound tax upon gasoline, which is also

4"'' + with his nose, and he knew full \Monday night: No. 1-(Local) lltlfr: p. m. under fire If it survives the pres- HAROLD C. WALL

(:- well what would happen If he Moore Strickland No. 11-(Local) 11:23: a. m. ent and future attacks upon it, ,
;f dropped) that box. 20 Age 22 No. 107-(Limited) 1:19: p. m. will certainly die under the ever- p INSURANCE
Don't be alarmed mothers, all 5 ft 9 In. height 5 ft. 11 In. No. 191-(Limited) 10:34: p. m. increasing weight of a justly Garage arke:
4;' this barbarism was back in the 135lbs. weight 145Ibs. l\ortitboullci( aroused public opinion. It is as STARKE, FLORIDA

'.' old days. Understand we are not 70 ins Heach 74 ins No. 2-(Local) 6:35: a. m. unjust to the automobile owner, as

..r squealing or complaining. We 38 Ins. Chest normal 36 1-2 No. 12-Local) 3:05: p. m. the present ad valorem taxes on

wouldn't take anything for having 41 ins chest ex 37 1-2 ins No. 10 S-(Limited) 5:41: p. m. land are to the land owner. i. ;: ->- :' "" -' ':,,:,' ": : -" : .L. ': ': ':-r: ':-: "- :: ':' ;':'- :'! :"" -\t\
through our rat now, The law designed to require the _, ,_. ._ c. _., ______,_ ,nm____, _,
i t 1 gone year 30 In. waist 32 In. Wannee Branch tharln 101 now '"
but we would have sold out "pretty 13 In. biceps 12 1-4 'Iu leaves Star lie 7:00: a. m., and train filing of tax returns, Is not dif- '

$ cheap" at the time. 11 In. fore arm 10 3-4 in 102 arrives Starke 2:40: p. m. ferent In principle from the law takeit oitX
7 1-2 In. wrist 6 3-4 In., Illuo Bus Linen<< which It superseded and_ while It easy

An aeroplane glided over Starkeone 20 in thigh 20 1-2 In Northbound-5:10: a. m., 8:53a. : Is more violent In the prenilptlon
p'' day last week. Only a few 1:1: 1.2 In, calf 13 1-2 tn.S m., 1:58: p. m., 5:18 p. m, 8:58p. : of penalties Its operation will be

Idlers gave It the most casual of 1-2'111. ankle 8 3-4 In m. no more' effective.
glances. Can you remember when Southbound-9:37 a. m, 12:07p. : The law designed to require the
the word would pass from store to Monk Dlnkins, the popular lit m., 4.07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 10:50p. : payment of the tax upon automo-
tle featherweight from Lawtey m. biles before a license to operate
store that a plane had been sighted;
street wouldbe takes on a mighty good boy in .-' issued, will doubtless fall beforea
whole '
and soon the
eye-: Tommy Hollon of Jacksonville. The annual Broward 1 county storm of litigation. If It survives. -:
filled with neck-craning,
straining spectators? Old timers!: Dluklns well known throughout )' farmers and growers' institutewas It will but add to the weight
4' can remember when the automobile Bradford county and we have Eddie held the latter part of July of adverse public opinion engendered -
k Recently Donahue's word that Tommy and was attended by approximately by its fellow, the six cent
had a similar
S { motorcade Is good enough to give Din-i 600 people. gasoline_tax_law; and both will,
we heard one speak' of a -
trek, -- ----- --. ------
e'' which passed through here -- .
b : some twenty or thirty years ago r -- .
': on the way from Jacksonville to a
Tampa. The school house then .,,- ...
u stood where the Woman's Club \

1 now is and studies were suspended r" >@iin i.
... A
while the students lined up ol GREAT
j' both aides of the street to watch PERFORMERj

the automobiles go by.

And of all the wild tales that .w Tire and Tube
were told over the supper table ,
ly, that nlghtl -" t4s .... '


t' The fight at Lawtey on Labor liar

something Day should more give vital the local to discuss fans :: ; r gains

than Dynamite Dunn.
r Tire up" for
Ironies of Fate: People who "

s keep memory books rarely do any- ;-
t thing worth remembering. Your Wi
r ,y.rw n e rRequirements

A Bookkeeper Glam-rs Out of His ,
4 \\liulow and \\lille> filnm-ing ., !

.'t r1' Sees n Truck pull of ... L GOODYEAR .
Hand Go fly 'Ut ,
)h ': ''' t Enjoy your Labor Day trip and be
: '' If only fate had made me born
if y PATHFINDERS "all set" on tires until Spring by
',,'1 To be an Arab brave,
i fl IYBU1CK taking advantage of these specialLifetime
,l ca'4: And put me on a desert '
) Where graceful palm trees wave, prices. Drive in for a free tire Inspection *

I'd ride around and swing mysword Guaranteed proper inflation, any repairs

you may need-and buy. your
And prove I was a man.
; new Goodyears atHistory's
I'd lie beneath the desert sun Tim LO\\Kl: I'HICKS: I.V 1USTOHYiiioii
And get a coat of tan.

r I'd fill myself with meat and wine PIUSSUKRsoi Lowest
r And ride forth from my lair; I

I'd see a pretty English girl : 1.2 __ ,&.0:1:
: ------------- Prices !
Gr, And snatch her by the hair _.n.___"faersu +rzsso Then ride away across the sand 31v4 -u___________ -, R.14:1:
Trade smooth-worn doubtful
And let her scream and grieve. 3-11" -. ------ .---. -- 0./i:1/ : your ,
I'd throw her right Inside my tent ,, ;: 10.111 tires for a pair or' full set of new

4 And never. let her leave. There's a remarkable new kind of per. reserves of power. Learn about itt 32x1 3.h&f 1-.5: __ ___. __._ _____ 13.S: Goodyear All-Weathers or Double

formanceinthemoderate-prkefield- low cost of operation. 33t1: : t.2 -----______,__, .__ 13.0S: Eagles. Ask for our SPECIAL
j But after all I'm well content, MARQUETTE performancel! Another Admire its smartly-tailoredlow-swung 31d 1-2 ------ --.....'. :-,--' -- H.OO CHANGE OVER PROPOSITION
For goodness only knowsI triumph of Buick engineering and Buick Bodies by Fisher its handsome fin 30'1111 11xA ply --:.----------- 21.10
never could abide the feel 965to craftsmanship. Dashing new response ish and appointments its provisions 33x0: IIn 10 ply :__ .___ ,__ 3S.1I0: -no obligation

Of sand between my toes! thrilling new speed amazing for complete comfort its many, .

to new power surprising new econmany refinements and improvements BALLOONS The .
The Times-Union says that omy. A leader's mastery of every that make its superiority complete.
,,, while the early fall and winter' Is phase of action)! Discover! it for yourNo other automobile in its zn\&.-to ___.-.____.:______? 9 rt.in highest
the time for harvesting the crops $1035 self today-drive thIS great performer. price 2If\iJ50"' ---" .___ ? -- ,6.'SI!'
has grade
In the north it Is spring time in range an engine of such large O'll&/iO/ ) -___ O.5H:

cif. ( Florida. Just at this time In the Take the wheel of a Marquette and piston displacement-Its remarkablefeel 304.73: __ ___, ____ ".2:1 tire
? t next few months Florida growers TheM Buick price Factory f.,o ape, b. it lift you In a smooth surge of waterproof, dustproof, wearproof upholstery 20xl.00: --___________ __ 8.3O on not'me %zwtudtfiD
will be starting their fall and winter equipment, extra, speed from to to 60 miles an hour in -or its wonderful new,sloping, 8Ox5.no --- _r-. -- ".!''SO JtAOtIRitch's Ia.dArrlas
ti crops of fruits and vegetables. ftiarquett* include deliveredprice only 31 seconds. Experience its perfect non-glare windshield.: 3O\B.2.1 ___::L_______.. o.A5: earth-

September is the commencementof lot reaaonabl delivery charge and ft- roadability that lets, you fairly float See the Marquette today. Compare it 31x5.23 ?__. ___ .10..43 Goodyear
the months In this state."BabyonLap" nanciog.Convenient hour In with other 32YO.OO lit.13
60 miles in its class. Drive
along ot or 70 an any car ------------- Double
termccan arranged 32\O.SO: / _. J5.2JJ:'
and It this
on the liberal O.M complete comfort security. Try great performer-and discover the --- --- -- .
driving In Or- A.C.Time Plan.Consider. Payment. on the steepest hill and know its great thrill that only a winner knowsl! Eagle
lando has been banned under new .
rulings of the city council. It the delivered :
price ..well ai ,
la not specified just what babies the. liet price when Canadian FaeterlwMcLauflhllnlukk Division of Gan.ral MotorsCorporation lolldvtefBukk
this has reference to but Is supposed eraparinf .u_
,Othawa.CaR and Motor Car
bile) value*. MarqiMlta
t to be small children. There ,
__ 1y; are babies on the laps of drivers I Service Station
that could hardly qualify for the REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY

iI Infant stage but all kinds of babies I
f ftr large and small are said to be a

y ,'. detriment to the. drivers of cars. Starke Florida Starke :-: Florida

.' A soft cloth dampened with alcohol

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, lu'coids. '? ethers' are supposed 'I regular session of congress will\ beget : lliii on mid -.omv of I tin- 'I'huII)1) s-i :a.\\\'Imnnt'IU.UH: <: iff( tinncttniK, 01'i plants ti'mporarlly ;

, \ to hlmildI' their escape : In December" and it the )proposals I tl UhtlM'8. < IT rom-r\sT: ; PIT: I ;
J News of Florida in Short Paragraph, The spotter was beaten severelyand are eroomrnotided by M'PPI.V; IS : : ;
I DKFirin.NT
treall-I Tho minutes of the lant meetingwere In the near future a meeting is I .''f>
I I rubbed of what money, he was ury and post office ) read by Secretary Mm.\ Lon- to be held at which the auction ,'

I carrying, ficials, as (contemplated and construction ale Futch and stood approved. Plant Cliy, Aug. 25A twenty- plan of sales is practiced in the I', 'i,,4(..

work IH authorized the I At the conclusion delirious\ cake /five to th:rty per vnt decrease In strawberry area of Loulsana will of I,
piojpctj will bo of great, ass stancein .
Tampa Truck farmers of be explained.
Live State NewsTOLD '' and ;Ice lea watt served ubunUantly I thu strawberry acreage of I East
Illllsljoroiiffh\ tile communities effected. Cities'
county are urged by .
More than seventy-live :nclud- IIIIInboroiiKh county li forecast by r ,
I County Agent C. P. Wright to Included \in the anticipated Proposals lug teachers, patrons and friend. Fort Myers City water plant !
plant are : Key West, Miami, County Agent C, P. Wright and
a heavy and early crop of
i of the school were present and enjoyed shows profit of $2,915 for month
Irish potatoes to turn ready money (diuaruntlne' station) Bradenton. this delightful affair. They prominent /growers of this section of June. ,

I BY OUR EXCHANGES Into their pockets. The advice of Daytona Beach, Clearwater, Fort adjourned to meet with the schoolat as the result of considerable dif- Jacksonville Myrtle avenue I .:'

I Agent Wright Is based on a survey Myers Fort Lauderdale, Palm the school building two weeks ficulty In raising plants this summer being paved from Landon avenueto \<'; "

<.,.-..... ._n___ ____ __ ._i"-,--.-I -, --I I -"., of of the United States depart- Lake Beach City., Sarasota, KlHslmmee and from that date at 3 p. m. and other negative conditions. Atlantic Boulevard 1 "."'1
ment agriculture, showing a Mr. and \Airs K. M. Faver of Many growers; who ordinarily ,
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Miami, Involuntary bankrupt- fore the new tariff measure Is reported shortage: of 85,000,000 bushels of Juvkttoiivllle, Here the guests of make plenty of plants to meet their

, ,l'ii ocoedlng were filed( today by to the senate on September Irish potatoes under last year's "Governor Doyle Carlton\ Is my Mrs. Paver's father and mother, needs and a few for sale this year Renew Your Health ,

, ,minors. claiming $12,000 against 1. production and 4.000,000 bushels first cousin and It you arrest or last Sunday. !find themselves at present without .

tin' Hollywood Land & Water Co.,, short of a five-year average. "In Interfere with me 1'1have\ your Mrs C. p, Sasser and daughter, any plants as the result of too Wet By Purification .

and the Homeseekers Realty Com- Tampa-Two banks In view: of tremendous country-wide job by four o'clock Monday afternoon Minn Clara May, who have been grounds, or scorching from hot i I

.nun' developers of Hollywood. tion which closed this sec- : shortage in Irish potatoes" said ." Martin Brewer of Winter visiting \Mrs. P. B. Hunt returned weather. Any physician will tell you that : l J;);
were July 17, reoPened -; Agent Wright "growers of IU118- Setting for lute fall and winter "Perfect Purification of the System : j\ ,' :
for business Haven Is said l to have told Deputy to their home In VtildoHta last JI J
'l ,"impa--The First Bank of PortruiiiuM other will be today and an- borough county, in my Judgment, Game Warden J, W Stevens, when Saturday. production has been started( on a Perfect- is Nature's Health." Foundation Why not rid of! i! 4 I i '9.r :
re-opened next week. :
' ) City re-opened for business The Bank of Port Will do well to put (In a heavy and I the officer) come up on him after Uev. Montgomery, pastor of the small scale by some of the /growersof yourself of chronic ailments that t
Tampa ,
,to,>'i.' under the! provision of thb here and the Bank of Pasro City early spring crop of potatoes. This he shot at and misted a deer on Methodist church will: preach noxt this section but the majority are undermining your vitality ''J :

,?,' -iiate law permitting the freez- I at Dade City, the county crop will help l the farmers recuperate Fowler's Pralrlo yesterday morn- Sunday morning/ and evening will wn't: until the latter part of Purify your entire system> by taking I ,!

,1 ""I'i 110 per cent of the money on the state second oldestIn the loss they are bound to inf/; Brewer refused to surrender Mrs. P. J, Pearce and children September and the month of October ; a thorough course of Caiotaba, .! i;,
resumed ,
ft, i ,uiifient, of 75 per cent of he business to- suffer as the result of a probable his rifle and throwing It on a or Sturke, visited Mrs Pearce'n for putting out their plants -once or twice a week! for several g' ,
day under an agreement of !90> percent shortage of 25 to 30 percent In the Weather coiulllloii, ( will largely weeks-and see how Nature towards ':
'itorsD who with Mr
.1 i |I"" man was Stephens parents, Mr. andIrs.\ O. Haynes .
of their '
stockholders to yoto with health, .tJ'Culotabs
: planted to strawberries for govern I the September plantings, I
acreage to let him sample Its contents, according last Sunday. the of all ,
"freeze" their holdings for aro greatest <<
'.'Land--Bringing the fire to of 48 a maximum t the coming season. to the report. Brewer wan Mrs. II. D. May and daughter, favorable weather for planting Is system.purifiers. Get a family i I',
period months The
lire station, Ed Glatzen, De- member of of four likely to encourage earlier plantIngs 1 ';'
,ihi Citizens bank a a party men Mrs. W. It. Maxwell were trans package with full directions. Only /
of )Frostproof, will
I.,uid,, today reversed the custom- be Ocala-A quintet of negro "ku and one woman all from the city acting business In Stnrke this while dry weather would holdj 35 cts. at drugstores. (Adv). i :
re-opened Tuesday morning, Recording ,
.11 order, of things. When Clat- kluxers," were taken to Ueddlck of a hundred lakes, who wel'efound week. f

Lao touring car caught fire he to W. U. I Ethredge exam- for arraignment on charges of assault in the scrub. All had guns \Mr and Mrs S. M.(. Simmons and #'
iner In
ctiim' It to the DeLand (fire station. and battery. According to with them, but except for Brew- son, Thomas, nccompixn'ed'! by Mrs j ;:
. Cut her out boys," he said. They Information picked up by the sheriffs er's they were stacked in their car, Simmon's mother, Mrs. P. 11. Hunt 0Lt.S

did TnmpaThe current Issue of office reports that a negro : making it Impossible tor the game spent Monday at Jacksonville. ,

the )Florida Grower, a farm maga- woman living In the "Buzzard I warden to make any case against Nome Ogden of Pompano who I

larksonville Approximately zine published here, says u survey Roost" section east of Reddlck, ; them. A gallon jug/ of Honor! was has been at the bedside of his

( to"< odO.OOO will be needed.to con- cit the citrus fruit now on trees had been acting In an unseemly found In the car and three of the mother, \Mrs S. A. Saxton, has returned -! c"" I!

Hum an effective campaign against indicates a crop of 15,000,000 boxes manner which resulted In the five party Brewer, a man named Fus-) to his.home. I ,

,tin,?, Mediterranean fruit fly in with some private estimates men organizing themselves as reg- sell, who claimed to be a memberof II A. Delk has been transactingbiiHlneHs / / :'

Florida, during the next fiscal year, running as high as ulators of the morals of the com- the city council of commissionof on the east coast this \ '

."1,1, .,ding to the current issue of boxes. Absence of storm damage munity. On Tuesday night they Winter Haven and G. A, Cola week.J. riTh H

,the, Florida Grower, an agricultural which affectod< quality last year al'l' Bald to have visited the homeof were considerably under the In. V. Johnson who lias been attending '

magazine: according to the journal has ] the woman and calling her to finance of liquor and Inclined to to business In the western I ;

sulted In optionally good frillwhich the door, seized: her, saying: "De make trouble. One member of the part of the state, ,spent the week- i { .I '7's

-' Augu-stlne- 300-pound with a lowered volume."houltl nigger Klu Kluxers got you." They party named Johnson said to be end with his family'lieru.thas. ) I i

i "which had been raiding hogi bring profitable prices. then forced a sack over her head, owner of a largo/ department store Weeks of ,Jacksonville- !
3 t
i' .it.I Flagler county farmers for 1927-28 the stale marketed 13- bound her hands and feet with haywire In Winter Haven, was sober however Ited friends and relatives here thl 'F

"i st l two weeks, was (,ol"llered'oods G35.1iO( boxes of fruit and In 192829 wrapping It nrouudMier body and managed; to gimlet thing wei'k. I'' '

\\ near here today by aI' tho total was 2J.23JI.fi45! \boxes', and proceeded to whip her with a clown, and It was arranged that J. I'1. lIouHer. who IIIIH been i at r:INSERTS,,> \ ''

of hunters and killed" The according to official I statistics. whip made out of the same material Brewer should be released on his Riverside hospital.. .Iacknonvllle I
! ......:::: '_...,.. 1'
,"hided the hunters for seven The woman was not seriously\ own recognizance to appear In for ten days has returned lo Lila!, < Itlt ,1

< before Joe Sanches of St. Stuart-B.] G. Uiihlherg\ president Injured, though!: considerably cut county judge's court this morning. home. He has many frlemN hen' UI ......->11..-Monrpiitor* B Hlbut.-HonrliM-Moth. *-AnU-Flea* '1'1,

\ ',i. mine,: ( brought It to bay and of the Southern Sugar company where struck wth the wire lashes Brewer had not appeared by noon who are glad to know that hi.* Watrrbugs_t'.rlckeU: ; and many other insects i .

i I' ,, d II with a bullet. of C'lewlslon and the Celotex today and two warrants, one condition Is Improved and he will Wro fat fdufalioiial bovkttt McCarmuA 0 Cov Ballamor MJ.II t'

Company of Chicago, today announced Bradenton-A temporary Injunction charging hunting without a license soon bo well again. .

adenton, Three damage the purchase by the sugar/ was grunted by Judge W. and the other hunting on Sunday, Mrs Theodore t'lemons of MIami .

milts aggregating $70,000 were company of 17,460 acres in the : T, Harrison[ restraining the Mc- were Issued and an officer dispatched Is spending this week with her i if

nii-tl, against the Atlant'c: Coast northwest portion of Martin ('ou\\1- I Gowan Foshee Lumber company I with them to Winter! Haven sister, Mra. L. A. Wynn, .. t till"

Mm railroad in circuit court here t ty. The purchase was made from ''Its agents and ,servants from cutting for h'm.'! -+-------

,i,11 dav) The suits grew out of a the Lakeshoro Land company of or removing timber from the Tonsil clinics, sponsored by the ,hl

, ,,illi'>'ion between a railroad loco- which Howard Colp, of New York, Tamlaml corporation: tract near ..............t w... [...0. County Homo nemoiiBtnitloii rounrll \
'mot' ,i\e and an automobile drivenin Is president. The considerationwas the Albrittln school house In the have been responsible for 2:< f

) ,Mrs W. l R. Mote of near Bra- not announced It is understood Parrlsh section It Is alleged In : HAMPTON : I loiiBll operations on, underprlvlletced \ d

,l 'iimn recently in which a seven the Southern Sugar the bill on file in the clerk's offtc'ethat a.... Ada !'Io.......". ('''P. children In NaHHtiu I'ounty'
killed and sever- which already has about the taxes on this timber tract this summer It Is planned to hold ,
old girl was puny com-I
'III .O NN 0010..0..0004.01. I if
,i'' ,other persons were injured 000 acres of land planted to amounting to more than $14,000were two more clinics\ this fall, status >j Jr tlMtlr 1' ,
cane In south Florida. not paid and the property Mr. and Mrs Jennie Ogden, who Miss Pearl Jordan home agents / .

Lake Wales-J. ,V. Ross of extend Its operations on a large was sold to the state treasurer at have been visiting friends. and relatives .. ________ four dralor; .....,faroUh.we will Lquld-SOe.75a and $I-25. Guo-JO ,0'Ii" '
,loikKonvllle, who has a contract scale Into Martin county. the Aug. 5 tax sale. The tax certificates here for several days have Jacksonville\ -- Silver Chain M PP 1 1.dl..... by P....1 Pea .r 1 Ffevdtr-lOe,J5 3Oc wad+i.OO : ; '

with the Fruit Growers Express: to a ; being unredeemed, it Is a returned to their home In Pompa- Store opened at 17 Went Hay Bt I nyaUr prleM Gtu>-2>< i 1, ,fC :;

Myers-A jail delivery was criminal offense to cut or remove no. -- "
tCO fruit cars handled by the Sea- Fort
board Air Line Railway, will start foiled here last night when Sherltf the timber, but It is alleged that Mr. and Mrs V. A. Scott of ,

work Tuesday on a 100-ton Icing I'. B. Tlpplns upset the work of the chief value of the land la Its !Starke, were the guests of Mrs.

plant to be built at Lake Wales three Inmates of the Lee county timber and the criminal prosecution Scott's brother, L. J. Wynn last It( s,
the ring- Is not adequate to protectthe Sunday. THE
thai will cost in excess of $200,000 jail who he believes were ,
,intl will employ from 15 to 50 leaders In u plot to gain freedomby lien of the state and countyfor Mrs. McCloskey of Lake City, Li

men depending on the season of violence and the use of dupli- delinquent taxes and that If the Is spending this week with her

the cate keys fashioned from table- land Is denuded the value will not aunt, Mrs. Elate!: Sparkman and 1 .

year. ware. Apprized of the Intended be sufficient to Insure payment of cousins, Mrs. A. A. McDonald and f

O'ala-Nlne cars of beef cattle move by the prisoners sheriff paid the taxes. About 40 acres a day Mrs. Jennie Roper '!Iii
visit! to the "bull pen"at have been ,worked, It Is alleged The 1'. T. A, of the Hampton
from surprise
purchased by James J. Taylor a '
.. .
public school entertained at the ;
the Okeechobee area, arrived today the jail and seized the Improvised ,L
Jacksonville Proposals for city hall last Friday evening at '
and several blackjacks yfYt
to be placed on his holdingsin keys 'I q,
of rubber hose treasury and postoffice buildings 8.00 o'clock. A piano duet wan
Marion After they have made with pieces ;
of lead. The sheriff aggregating $1,355,000 In eleven beautifully rendered by Misses ''I
winter and chunks
become fat through fall and '.
feeding Taylor will dispose of also discovered the beginning of a Florida cities In addition to expenditures Edna and Eleanor: Harrison. A'' ,l t 'I I IV
authorized for recitation "Bless their Little
at the advance of tunnel beneath the Jail yard gates already "'
'ihem next spring ':
Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami and Hearts," by Master Frederick Wat-
the Jail.
within : l
the cattle market usual at that started ,
be submit- terson. "How Do You Do Everybody
Tampa are expected to Song, -
year. Local cattle- .
period of the Jacksonville -, Jacksonville and ted to congress during the next ," by six little girls. Piano
men nay this is the plan followed the Florida solo Miss Lillian Tucker. '
termed an oasis regular Buys I'
county once
Georgia planters
by a number If
in Florida now are State Chamber of Commerce according Interesting talks on school work f

and cattle .raisers.. of dry.prohibition The gateway to Florida and to figures given out from play ground equipment and other r' r r ,l aa

cost the its environs is more arid now than the office of eSnator Duncan U. essentials were delivered by Prof.
Alachua-A green pea of prohibition. Fletcher at Washington. The next Futch County Commissioner G. W.
life of the two-year-old son of Mr. ever In the hIstory
learned County officers say eo! federal pro- ?
and Mrs. Ted Red, It was t 3
was hibition agents; say so, and citizens : .,', .\. 1' ... 4 j
today While his mother Jacksonville J ..: ;7.I:') : '. : i',1" eC/4p +' l
Friday the so. When they say "' -
shelling peas for dinner say : ,
lad put one of them In his nose. and Duval county are dry, < 4 r '

(\I t stuck. He became frightened they point to one man as being; '
W. B Cahoon, '. ) _
He Is
ind drew a deep breath and then responsible. didn'tdo 1.H' ; ..ok I

the pea lodged in his windpipe. sheriff of Duval county.all by lie himself, I 7k 'HGreatest'
Ills mother ran with him for a the drying up ,
m'le and a half to the home of a but he directed It as far as county ffl
and he cooperated ;. ,
neighbor1, who carried him to a officers are concerned, 1 f flnaUBui i

reciprocated. '

Stuart FrankV.Martin. county Baker, Halnes City. ---After. .being caged mhf3r/fllou UJf ; '
nalrman' of the ) ,
and 1'1rt:
truck pa-
hool i board, was killed In an automobile In his own delivery khlstOJY I
accident at his home at raded through the city at the head '; / !
75 automobilesfilled STA.'NTON SERVICE
Palm City today. He had just of approximately friends and business ,

former returned home from In a Niagara vacation county to his N associates with his Jese"trial"V. Smith on the, grocer shoreof '-;; .ll/llJlrali nsi More people have purchased New Buicks during the past Ui''

V Is visiting, was given a ,
where his wife still : '
and was alone at the time of the Lake Eva last night married, ,found and \ J two weeks than in any similar period of any previous year : !

accident. When he apparently triedto guilty of getting '. '
then was ... and ', I I
crank his car, which was In ducked In the lake. He to his '-.. ,. ...., ....; The New Buick with Body bv Fisher has met ever before during a similar period in DuJck'stwentysix 4 ;
wet '
dripping .
gear. It started up, running over delivered, Palm : ; with a veritable landslide of public demand. year history. '4't! :
on :: .
their home << '. ;
bride at 1 .
him, many purchased before ever seeing the car 1 I' ,
drive. Smith was married decided recently some- : ., \ ICopq: '0. ,. t.; -many thousands of others placed their The total demand during best tu-o weeks It fit'.1 t? I
Tampa he Is superstitious and his friends .1 : from three taftvt times at great as that for I I It
Whether about It. ', ." "Ii orders the first few days it was on display- any : I
or not, State Senator thing should be done store, kidnappedhim ..... -:, \..'-, ': ,.I other thousands have been taking demonstrations otter automobile. priced above $120O. I, t I
agreed They went to his M Mi .' I
Swearlngen, of Bartow, and / and then making Buick their choice.More .
that thirteen was an unlucky number thrust him into ,, : Popularity so overwhelming carries an unmistakable .; !

for him last night. The senator the parade began, with summoning t noisy J.. ,FR' E'E.'X. \:,. ,t Buick owners have entered orders message to every prospective; II'':

wa; In a local hospital today recovering blares of auto horns the : ? 'f more men and women who owned other cars motor car buyerr See the new Duick--drive :'i" !I

from a deep cut across the residents of the city to see \.J. ., r' ..I' ,1.p' ...,.' '.. have turned to Duick-more people who for- it-compare it-and you'll quickly discover ,,1 ,

the forehead and a lacerated tonKue celebration. \ .. ,_.' :: r: ( r,' r'M::":1'r" merly paid from $1000 to $2000 higher for that it's the greatest dollar-for-dallkr value ia l 11( B
received In a collision between Georgia negroesare '" ', ,t." r ')'" their automobiles have purchased Buicks-than the entire quality field. I t
U .
his traffic Ilffht pole. HU Gainesville- :. ,: ,I. -" '
car and a Alachua ;,, "'':< !It" .' I'X0.
the ..
be wrecked behind the bars In ,> ; BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT MICHIGANDwldot i
was '
the to '
thirteenth '
car assault "''. ,.-
charged with "/i ""' .Gnurl MocartCanadi.n i
against the standard placed at county jail ,} ',,,1' Fietorl. CtrporttKm Ruildtn of
a railroad crossing* to warn motor- and battery. The story Is an unusual ". y' j Mcuanhlio-Buick.Oiliawi.Oni. .b. Bim.lt mad M.rqu.cM Motor Can 44 r
message '
A telephone .
one. .
lifts of trains.
approaching i
afternoonto NBW LOW PRICES
from Archer yesterday
office of Sheriff Wells asked U8' Wheelbase Model f 1221 to#1295 124' WhrtlbaM Model. Tamp\-Cigar manufacturers In the rounding up a group of I)?' Whcelba Model *1325 to>995 ti tiI.
In this section, who turn out more for help in one .- prim f D. b, ,._. Sp.ci l mulpownt...r.. Buick"11..01 flora Include nl I...._.... e" d
than Havana negroes said to be assaulting cb..... for d......n, .nd tiiMncine. Con..._. tvaw can b. .mn..Jm tits ........ GMAC TIme
500,000,000 clear to .. .. .... .. _
In what appeared 1' nt pi n. loti drr Ik iMnmrmd price ss sell r l b.t pitt oh-n ...01.. almnobtl* .J
of their race .... I
cigars a year, began today to assemble thereafter 011 -0..
bat a list facts minute and amendment figures to to com-the Chief be a real Deputy row John H. Trotter eleven men and REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY M

rounded up
Proposed tariff bill doubling the his aides of Archer who Bradford County I
duty on Imported tobacco. The in the '
attack on a
charged with an Florida W
Protest will be taken to Washington were spotter, laid to have followed Telegraph Starke .
by the manufacturers association negro where

traffic committee, II. S. Foley, them from Georgia have crlm.nal WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES\ ARE BUILT BUICK: WILL BUILD J: THEMlfI ,
alleged to \
Carl be- they are
Cueita and F. W. Haas,

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"tr( rom nn.\i>ronn COCXTY: T:, ,.EGn.\1'II. RT.\RIE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUOVST ffil. iOo:>"

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--- I ;; ..;. ...;.. .;.. I Hoi It last t Saturday and Sunday. R L Let' of ItuiUdraln Sunday. Mr. and !Mrs. II. M. McUae Sun- also showed 17,432 gallons of na!. July 1, 1929 I

a (1" GRAHAM MM Wilbur Rltvno, and baby, Mr and Mrs. 3. F. Prevail and I day afternoon.Mr. korotene for July, and 7,988 gal- Ki'K'Iptn WiirrunlH' during durlnir. month mouth' ,i
: : :
ciJUUIK.IN wore visiting hero lust Sunday.Mr. family of Starke visiting I June. Ual. AUK. 1, 11129! .
b/ were NeBurn'y of Sim-lie motcrod lons for the month of

N...................... and Mrs. M. F. Hazen ot relatives Sunday. to thin section Thursday -.- Road Fund
Hawthorn, were visiting herd l las Bill. July 1 I. 1929. ,
Mrs. Kaslprl'nic of Lake Wale Monday. Hardee horse, Raymond Gllnson Mr. Jeff Lewis spent the week- Palm Beach Building per \JU'culplM Warrant during during month month

and Mrs. Smith of Orlando are and Marlon Glisnon of J'enney end hero with his family and returned mlts for this place and West Palm Ual. A Ul(. 1 1. 192UWidow'! .
V ".\leTY1Ifr !Mr. Hob Mills of Jacksonville I'rnolou
t, visiting their parents, Mr. and was visiting here last Sunday. Farms were visiting Boatdrain sec- to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Bench reached $3,000,000: mark sal! July 1, 1929 1 I'("s
Mrs.: J. A Graves this week. for first seven months of this Hecelpm during month
I-. I). Vlnlng entertained accompanied by his year.
and Mm /!: Mr. Leo Wiggins of Starke was tion Sunday. Warrant during month .

Friday evening/!: with three Mr. and Mrs. Felton Graves of visiting here last Sunday Mrs. Mabel Chaplin and Mr. brother. Spencer. -*- Hal.. Aust. 1 1. 1921' .___ I "
lr r their home on Lake Wales, are the proud parent. !Master DeWitt Crawford spent DISSOLUTION:;" IMllTNKK-- j BF' |<*II 11 o inl Fan
tables of bridge at Mr. John Plnholsier of Alachuawas Bal. July 1, 1929 .. ,,
; Call street of a fine baby girl, born August visiting here last'Sunday. Wesley Moore of Jacksonville, I the week-end in Starke with his SHIPD. Receipt during month 11',

tastefully decorated were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 0. \VBurney. Warrant durlnir month '
t: wyie, The house was 26th.Mr. Mr. KoHMwell Ward was attend- Bal.. Aug. 1. 1921! __ ,:, '
with bright hued zinnias. Cecil Rafuse and family lMr. 1 K.;: Knight announces the dls- Unlldln" Fund I

P Scores were kept on tallies representing were visiting Mrs. Lizzie Dryden last ing to Monday.business In Jacksonville Lee.Leon Grlftls of Starke was visiting \ Enoch Keen of DeLand Wall olutlon of the law firm of Knight Bal.Hecelpt July during I, 1929 month... .. _._ ,. 1,

mlnaturo tans. Sunday. !Mr. Ralph Glover of New River Thomas Lee of Boaldralu! Saturday visiting at the home of Mr. and & Knight of Starke Florida ef Warrant during month .""_

'" Mrs\ T. T. Long made high score The many friends and relatives !Mrs. 11. M. McRae Wednesday fective September 1st, 1929, for )Uul. AUK. 1 I. 192 .-_ '
was transacting business here last 1 herehy certify that' the q
1 for ladles and received a bouftet of Mr. Llge Bird were very grieved Sunday.Mr. Misses\ Mae Grlffls and Maggie, !Mrs Jessie Hudson of Lawtey I the reason that he desires to resume statement, showing balances't.n,"

set Dr. B. S. Carrol! held high to hear of his death which was and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and Donnelly was visiting: Miss Julia and !Mrs Sester Thorpe and two I, the practice of criminal; law the beginning month of herein and above at the vn.llia<, '',
automobile accident I In Tison Sunday. little daughters 'of Sanford were In conjunction with his civil stated( ,
a'' for men and was given: smoking caused by children spent Sunday In Hamptonwith practice of the receipt and warrant lf ""I
stand. Dade City last Tuesday. His body Mr. Ralp Galney was visiting visitors of \Mrs Walter Underhll It.CLKHK.9 during mild month ontr npondr. u "
his parents. the r"'oida of my olflre. and li- ,
t' Refresm nts consislng of dainty was moved here where funeral Sheriff I pperson'was transacting Mrs Mae Prevatt of Boatdrain Sunday. > and ctrrei-t to the bent of my kn,, _
FI "N'II.I.ITATl1ltl"!\ NT
sandwiches and tea were served services were held by Reverend Sunday The revival meeting here which ('OVN'J'Y.'UliUS edge and belief. I also cerllfj i ,
business here last Sunday. the following Is a lint of all f..,,
II. C. Taylor at Sinai cemetery last Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt of closed Sunday well attendedand
the following: Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs Janie Wynn-and daughtersof was depositories, showing the ha Ian, ,
Thursday Relatives thank Boatdrain vialted Mr. and Mrs. M.G. much good done. Five Monthly financial statement of nn.ch at the clone of the month h. t ,
lUton Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, every- mem- Bradford
: Hampton passed through here county for the month of nritt stated 'and the amount
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Misses one for their kindness and flowers last Sunday. Grime Sunday. bers were added to the church by July 11129 furlty' furn/Mhed/ by each mu-h' cli o I .p i '

i Eunice Perkins, given. Mr and Mrs. Joe Grlffls were letters, five by baptism. Bro. General KanilvBal. Itorv, and the amount of Int. ,
Madge Mlddleton, Mrs. Hodge and daughter of July 1. 1929 _1527.48 paid or credited during said ,
Florence Matthews and Dr. II. B. Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Brown were Starke. time visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Crisis Jones left Tuesday for Welbornfor Receipt during month -205041Warrants by each said depoRltoiy, on ac m, '
are spending some
called to the bedside of their! Sunday. a two week's meeting there, accompanied during month 1007.90Hal. of current dally balance.! or I tire q!
i f 4, ,t McLendon. here with friends Aug. 1. 11129. _-__2509.UB! poult
daughter Miss Thelma Brown Carl Edwards Is absent from Mr. T. N Norman. Publicity Fond
3 V l' -.- Messrs. Paul Stewart Rosswell' by Witness my hand thIs' Ut d"v '
} Bal. July 1, 11129 885.35 August, 1929.
Saturday afternon at the home of school today on account of slkness. .
AFTERNOON C.LVBMrs. and T. P. Ward were visiting In Hecelpts during month 220.03 O. W. Atl>EnMAN
her uncle, Mr. N. S. Crawford of j.\s DROPS 01..3.000,000 GAL Warrants' during month 600.00 Clerk of the Circuit C', t
Baldwin. She was brought to Lake City last Sunday.Mr. ....................+.* J.O.NH Bal. Aug. I. ISU'l 38G.8&. Bradford COUM, '
1 Carl A. Knight entertained E. T. Stewart and son. Paul, I. O..I.fnnlInlll' Fund Tllnnche Alderman, D. r.
Bridge Starke where an operation for appendIcitis .. __ n __ _
members of the were transacting business in Rising :
performed by Dr, During the month of July of
was use
used baskets of
club yesterday, and Starke last Thursday.Mr. Bliss Iris McUne Cor QUALIFIED ELECTORS, CITY OF STAIUE
her living room E. L. Biggs and Dr. BrInson of I. gasoline over the state showed a
summer flowers and Mrs. Crosby of Vero

where the guests spent the afternoon Baldwin Saturday night. She Is Beach, are spending several days I.N...NN.N.ONNN.N loss of slightly more than 3,000- A
now under the care of Mrs. Irene 000 gallons, the first month of the
here with friends and relatives.Mr. Mr. Halle trans- Austin. II. Anders
of Starke was Ada. J. Alvarez Annie
At the close of several progres- Lamb, nurse of Dr. Biggs. Miss Wilson Russ of Theressa, business In this sectionMonday. extra one cent tax placed on gasoline Alvares, J. M. Austin, Jane Alderman, Mona
*;; Brown alright acting the released Adkln., A. Z. .
were passed the operation figures by the Inspection Alvares Lucia A Alderman T. J.
sions of auction bridge prizes : spent Sunday here with his parents Andrew.., J. W. Jr. Alderman, U. W. Alderman, Jlfayb..n
and Is fine of the
getting along department
I awarded the lucky contestants. Mr. and Mrs. l1uss. T. N. Norman and Floyd Crosby depart- Alvnrea, A. L. Alderman Mora Alderman, Blancho
this occasslon We wish her. a speedy recovery. ment of agriculture showing a total Andrews J. W. Sr. Adkln. Lola Anderson, J. 1.
t The guests on Mr. D. L. Polk were transact- motored to Jacksonville Friday. of Anderson, A. W. Anderson, Myrtle
Mrs. laolo Shouler has returnedto 15,468,155 gallons for Julyas
', were: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, ing business In Waldo last Monday Mrs. II. Kersey and children of
her home at the'Florida state compared with 18,529,589 gal- B
Ivy li. Beasley, Mrs. Paul Canova, Jr., .
Jacksonville Mrs. II.
were visiting
farm after absence of several lons used during June.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. E. M. an Mr. R. A. Weeks of Starke was M. McRae Y1ryan, J. R. :Rrownlee Etta Barefoot, P. M.
Mrs.J. weeks. We will all miss her very Wednesday. For the months of June and Brownlee H T" Bishop Nina It Bundle Jacob
u? Johns, Mrs. J. B. Corpening transacting business here one day Bronke
r much. Mrs. J. J. Anderson returned July of last Albert Hea"ley, O. I. Bal.den Addle I
Lenthal Wy- year, figures furnished Brown 'Vm.
C. Robinson, Mrs. last week. after Beasley nertrude Itackelman August
Mrs. II. C. Mrs. Bob Surrency Is visiting Wednesday spending several by the Inspection department a Bennett n. H. Boyd J. n. Bryan W. If.
Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver
man weeks In Jacksonville with rela- Bal.den W. W. Burns, Edward Bower, NIbert
I( Ritch, Mrs. W. M. WainwrIght and her children in Tampa.Mr. were visiting at Kingsley Lake last tives. total of 18,248,877 gallons for Biggu N. L. Burn,. lte.sis ltuford H. C.
bl Jr. R. M. Johnson and son Fred, June and 18,539,633 gallons for Blehop II. A. Rronke. Berlh lien, Katie May I
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sunday. Misses Ellen and Carrie Belle Brinson A. Byrd Frnest
t Lt ) made a business trip to Starke Saturday Mr. A. B. and Jean Surrencywere Norman of Waleroak were visiting July. A comparison shows a gainof Jtlockor: *. M. Haisden! Ada LV -

: 280,812 gallons for June, 1929,
unman PARTY transacting business !In
iV Miss Lillian Kelly: Sunday.
Mr. E. Strickland was a busi- over the same month of last year,

ness visitor in Starke one day last Starke last Monday. Mrs. M. J. McRae and daughter and a loss of 3,071,478 gallons for Crews. A. S. Colley. Lydia Christie. C. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl A Knight Mildred, were dinner guests Crutchfleld Chas. ('ard E. D. <"orp"nlnlf, Hulda
celebrated their fifth wedding an- week.We I1It00Kl'lt: JL'MUR HHillSTIIOOh July, 1929 under July, 1928. COlley, J. 1". ('orpening. J. E. ( J. F.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday 'arr.nto'r.
hear Bradford Carpenter' D. P. ellnova. ,
are all very glad to NEWS NOTES county showed a slight Florence E. Fred
nlverslty last night by entertaining hRce, Lala, H.
Clork, R. F.
Carpenter Myrtice
that Mrs 'Johnson is able to be loss in
consumption, the figures Ca.nova, EunIce C. LuclnaII
members of their night card Cldk
and Mrs. Dunkley and Mr.
out again. Many of the pupils are absent being 102,750 gallons of gasolinefor

( club.Roses used for decoration Mrs. Edtih Starling and brother, from' school this week on account and Mrs. Strickland of Jackson- July, as compared with 109-

I 1, were Mr. Hubert Brown, were visiting ville were visiting relatives here 388 gallons for June. The report Darby, A. lit. Dnrby Annie Davis. n. J.
throughout the rooms, tallies of of sore eyes. Sunday Davis, J. A. Javl,. Laura itavle Lucille
their sister, Miss Thelma Brown, Miss Pauline Walker memberof Davin, h:. M. Bowling S. S.
red roses were used for keeping a Bavis. Ines
Misses Lillie and Dollle McRae
In the hospital yesterday. Davl. L, Perryman Dnugherty. E. .
Irowling it. N.nemor"t
scores during the game.' High the the Lawtey school faculty spent and Miss Mattie Norman and Bro. Ihtrby:. Ada L. Dowling. Dill r- Buvls: J.: M.:
Mrs. Hubert Brown .
.4d scores were made by Mr. Junius spent the week-end with her friend, Miss H. F, lJunharn, A. E. .
frank were visiting Miss Iris Me-
day with her mother, Mrs. S. F.
tlr Smith and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Burgdorff, recently.Mr. tae Sunday.Mr. ELECTRICFANS IlEdwnrdn

:1i,1-, Those enjoying the hospitality of Morgan yesterday. and Mrs. Laird and daughter -
: and Mr. G. W
Mrs. Rickerson and children Burney were J. W. F.PPl'rMnn, T.or..n F..tward.. Josephine
Mr. and Mrs. Knight were Senator visiting Mrs. A. G. Brown Jean, were delightfully entertained visiting Mr. and Mrs V Crawford Bpler.onV.. J. J'dward"Y.. AL Edwarde. Ruby Mae
and were at the home of Mr Sam
V y and Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mr. Sunday afternoon. F
1 Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Moll Wednesday( night with a
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. \McRae of
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown
chicken Futch C. A. Frazee. J. T. Annie A.
and Mrs. Junius FI'afJee.
t' II. C. Wall Mr. supper.
Starke .were pleasant visitors of Fernandez. F.va Forsyth John .
have returned( home from a very Ford, C.Y. Hr.
Smith of Waldo Miss Hazel Mid- The sad .death of the little 1"utch Vt'rdie Fernandez._ babetJnrlmn

,g dlen and Eugene Matthews. pleasant visit In Jacksonville.Mr. daughter of Mr. Walter White 6 to 12 inch

Jake Roberts of Daytona, from diphtheria caused an awakening -- ..- U

,< was visiting his father, Mr. C. B. T. J. (ireen Aneda .
t''. K. :M3WH of the parents of the Broo leer A. H. Orlflis.
pa Roberta Sunday Green n. A. Ur".n. Fannie (till. MrM. Fay;
community to such an extent FLORIDATHEATRE I $5.00 Green, \Y. Jr. (trlihn Lila Uaaaett. Pete
will + that numbers brought their smaller UrWin, Minnie E. 0111. Mildred
The Christian Endeavors .......................i Green!, Mary 1j:. Urlltl", A..
have charge of the Sunday eve- children' to be treated. Dr. J.II

::4.r Y ning service at the First Presby : BROOKERMls : Wilson that this was a very severe to I

terian church. Sept 1. Leader Is Pearls Galney type of the disease, and that Home of Vltnphone Hull, 1'1. n. lloltzendnrt C. S. Hull Maria
: .1 another death from the disease \ Hoover, ('. F. hoover Etta ayes Ruby A.

Miss Elizabeth Kendrlck. The ...........& ..&&...... was reported to the State Board of PROGRAMS Hoover, J. ('. Hamrick Airs. S. F. Hayes. C. H.
program will be as follows: -- Haynes O. L. Hoover, Della lIodlfe 'Vm.
w'1' ( Health from another part of the WEEK COM SEPT. 2 $29.75 Hemingway F. a. Hayne", Hope curd, Jack
Prelude (a) Pastoral, Mrs. E. Mr. Roberts "of Graham was -. --- .- .. .. .. .. Humpltrey, R. S. HI\I,lop, F. I'. Hayes Annie D.
(' W ,M. Davis; (b) Volga Boatman's transacting business here Mon- state August 21, -- Hayes, B. W. 1I01llnli'IIworth, Lizzie Hoover, Don

The 1'. T A, met Friday, Aug.
jfl'I'' a song; (c) Angelus, I' .

PI Jlymn. day.Mrs.. A. B. Crosby and son, Glen 23. They were delightfully entertained Monday & Tuesday Dewitt Inman, O. M. Inman Vonda

Scripture reading: Luke 2:41-: are spending some time here with by the fifth and seventh "THE LAST OF

_ '62 Jesus' Boyhood and Early her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R.Galney. grades with a short play And the MRS. ..

l Training, Miss Estelle Kendrick. Light Went Out. After the play CHEYNEY"With John. A. H. Johns, ]\f. L. Johnson W. N.
the grades were dismissed and the Jones Jones D. C. Johns, Flla F. 'Johns, Perry F.
H Prayer, Dr. Lowry Mr. Rlppy of Gainesville, was Jenkins.. A. O. Jone" Ada V. Johns. 1'thel M.
; Reading, Miss Lucille Mitchell. attending to business. here last association went Into business ses- NORMA SHEARER Johns, F. H. John.. 1.IBllle F. Johns. 11I1'''. S. R.
__ lon. Johns. H. R. Johns, Th..lma Johns, 1':. M.

Hymn. Tuesday.. Doctor Wilson from the State All Talking Jones Dave John", Carl ,,_.._.
Reforms Mr. Thomas of HardwareWe
Talks: (a) Hezeklakls Harley Lawtey,
J .
Board of Health was at school last K
g Miss Oussle Mae Bennett; (b) A, was transacting business here one

Lesson from Little Creatures, Miss day last week. Thursday and gave the Schick test Kite, David Kendrick. T. N. Knight, D. E.
for diphtheria to two hundred sixteen Deliver Kite James Knight, l\1r. N. L. Knight H. Y.
MY Carrie Uglow. Mr. Maurice Edwards of Starke, 'Wednesday Kl..kllter, J. F. Kendrick, Martha Knight Mr.. U. V.
He will be here
children. I.t'kllt"r. I. W. Klckllter Sire N. L.
business here
Iti Quartette.Talk was transacting last
Thursday until the treatments for "DARK STREETS" Jest of Qun.Uty-LowHt of Knight, C. A. Knight, Clara Mae
on present day labor prob- Wednesday

lems, Dr. Lowry. County Agent Rlckenbaker was diphtheria are all given. He also With 1'ricea L

give the typhoid shots, hook worm .
Sentence prayers. attending to business here last JACK MULIIALL I .evlton. M. Leach, L. t* Lord J. II.
u, Violin Solo: Miss Alice Fernan- Wednesday treatment and smallpox vaccine Long. Cornelia Peek Long. T. 'I'. Lord: 10va n.
1 where desired. All Talking Lewis, Kirk Lanli'fordtrl! !. Alice L.ewltf. ..LeHlie.Montelth. .
dez. Mr. C. C. Melvin was transacting ___..._ ,_ h ,
Side business in Starke last week. Miss Josephine Chesser: has been M
Reading: The House by the

11'' of the Road-Miss Isabel Fernan- Mrs. A. B. Crosby and son Glen, absent from school for the past Thursday and Friday Morgan. J. W. Steeds I* A. Kathleen:

"'n spent Thursday night at Kingsley week because ot a bad sore eye, THE SINGLE STANDARDWith I Matt he w", }:. S. Murrhee, Anna Q. Mundy W. B.MatthewH .
dez.Solo but we hope to have here with us Say it with Flowers Mitchell J. M. Mitchell O. A. Conway
Manning, J. C..
: Mr. Wesley Stearns. Mitchell, Kiitrenla. Matthews., Ella
Mr. Jack Colson and Mr. Tom again soon. !.llddIt-ton. W. E. Marcotte. Oeo. A. Mundy, Leila
,.; A cordial invitation is extendedto Flowers For All
i Mr. Carlos Carter, was a visitorto GrtETA GAR O ondon, Wm. Mnrcotte, Josephine McRae, J ICthelMcltae
the public. Poppell was visiting here last Saturday Morgan Vlila V. MI We are glad to the our school Wednesday. lIe has :Music and Sound Occasions Mlddleton, Nolla MalphUH Wm.Muntelth .
announce Moates, W. S.
returned from Indiana to his U. A.
just ---- ----- ----
bake and miscellaneous sale held Miss Louise Tillis of Lakeland,
'' home.near Brooker. We are gladto -
Saturday, Aug. 24th, by the C. E. was visiting' here last week SaturdaJl"TilE I N
have him with again.A : .
girls was successful. Among those who attended services us FLYING FOOL" Gertrude Godbey ; R. A. NewBoni, J. IL Newsom, O. T.
I member of the Brooker faculty -
at Mt Zion were: Mr. II. P. Anderson .
I Miss Rorabaugh, had the misfortune WithWIJ.LIAlH o
Galney S. M Mott and daughter
CARD 01. 'tJl.JS FROM r.c. 1). '
w : to get a bone In her right Osborn, S, H.
Mrs. Mamly! Conerly and Mrs. BOYD

Sutton. wrist fractured while playing on Phone 39 Waldo Fla. P
_ I Maggie Music Sound and ,
t 5
? the school grounds last week but
Mr.\ Paul Stewart will spend -- ---- ------ Peek, S. T
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. that It I Ito Perryman Lola Prather, W. C.
to seems
we are glad note peek J. I..
time In Jacksonville wherehe Peek Myra
some Parka Ethel Ft.
D. C. thank all those who contrib-
be improving rapidly. COMING l Phillips. Sirs Emily Powell C..1. Powell. Lucy
"' uted work to will begin working.Mr. Peek. ClaraFerryman Park., W.
money or gave help at the n. Perkins,
H. P. Galney and Paul The pound party given lIONTUES.WED.SEPT. !tRJmdJIDDJ"uu E. K. I'erklnMVarr.n
clean, Crosby cemetery. Special home of Mr. and Mrs. Hough last
thanks are due to Mr. Joe O. Crews Stewart were transacting business enjoyed by the 9, 10, 11 COFFINS & CASKETSand rR
Friday night was

for superintending the work In Gainesville last Saturday. young people of Brooker very 4 MARX BROS. In a Full LJna ofUndertakers' Quigley J. T. Gulgley, Minnie W
V'f' Thursday and to Mr. Frank Carpenter Mrs. J. J. Morgan was called to
the bedside of her mother, Mrs. much. Delightful games; were "Ti IE COCOANUTS" li
p' for superintending Friday which delicious ._ Supplies
played after refreshments -- -- -- --
and Saturday. Dukes of Lake Butler last Thursday % Ritch, J. H. Robinson Vera I* Rltch. Evelyn

The cattle has been made and we all wish her a speedy were served. Talking or Si iingCom- AUTOMOBILE HEARSBAlwmn -tuhlntion, J. W.tohinson. Kay, Olive L. Hitch, J. jr. Jr
guard Mr. and Mrs. Laird and daughter J. C Kay. Carrie A. Ueglster, Alice
over and the big gate has been recovery. edies Daily Bitch, Herbert C, Hedlll.h. team
:, Miss Stellamae Ward spent the Jean, accompanied by Mildred -.. .. -. .. .. .. .. bAL The hot .erria.. Hitch, Isabel Register, freeman
worked on, so that now the cattle attended church In Starke .. .. t the fewest prien. S-I.. .
week-end here with her mother Morgan tendon tl ........ .
t* *>rapll :
out Into the Miitlnw II
li can not get cemetery.The Sunday. to< & AOc : situ fight KEGISTKRKD KMBALMIB

committee Is 'planning to Mrs. T. P. Ward. .. ...H"t..I.IY1": .. lOc. &_ -tDcGAINESVILLE .. Hump, P. F. Scott, Laura Silcox' :, D. Jj.

'+ soon remove the large stump In Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin holster of *+..0+....NN.+..++++. -. DEWITT C. JONES "'*ternl>ertf. N.Slstrunk. SternberK.' (I1I".le! Hlmnions. J. L.
Jacksonville, .apent Sunday herewith n. M.\ Slutrunk. Clara Happ, J. H.
the center of the old part of the ; FLA. Scott, F. A. Htunip, Kva .
'$ cemetery, repair some lot fences hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. :; nOATDRAINMr : .. STARKE FLA. Hapi. \V M.' Silcox .T. u Hl trunk,, Mrs JoeBhepard Jas.

W. Plnhol ter. '' ---.. Smith, E. II. J,1mlt.. Beatrice Saul, J. A.T' .
:; and finish hauling off the leaves nianclio Edwards, Coy Messrs. Ruel, Cyril and Garnet .
apd trash. ...+t...................
4 Dukes, of Dukes, were visiting .. _.. .... .. .. .. .. Truby J. M.\ '
'''' -- >- < Tl Sallie
Church services will be hald :: : : : : : \ on. Tappen, K. f"
CHRISTIANThere here last Sunday.Mr. at Thoma. E. &f. Thoman, J. P, Tappen, Emily It.
R. A. Daugherty of Jack- China Grove church Saturday Truby J, .TThomas. Thomas, Edna: Thomas, Chas
W. L. Thornton. W,
will be services at the sonville, was visiting here last night at 7:30: and Sunday morning E.

dtdt Christian church, Sunday morning Sunday. at 11 o'clock. I DANCE Every Tuesday Night at V ,

"" ,a and evening by Rev. Dixon of Jack- Mrs. Maggie Sutton, who has A'Jaa Evelyn Strickland of I aglow, John t'Blow, Louise

t" sonville. been spending some time here with Starke has recently returned from

t'' i Everyone welcome. her mother, Mrs. Sally Mott returned Tampa, where she visited relatives V
Vlnlnsr. .
-4- to her home In Gainesvillelast and friend: < D.w

apl 11A1TIST Sunday. Mr. E. E. Lee and family and

!F Miss Canty Oliver was visiting MI" Chester Gllsson -of Boatdrain. '
4 Wllln,, R. F.
White, Noble hay
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Let friends here last week. were visiting Mr. Perry Boree of Blue Lantern Pavilion on Beautiful v 'V.eks.William!W., Kit T. Williams, T. 8. Wainwright Wilkinson, ,A.A.J.J.

us Increase our attendance. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Crosby are Penney Farms Sunday. \Valnwrllfht, N. D- Wlgginn, H. B. Williams, Nat
Wall H. C. William
Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. spending some time in Greensbor- Mrs. Cynthia Lee of Boatdrain. I Wall W. 1. ( White InavWalnwrlRht Wiggins,. Orrl.Louise

'i The evening service Is now re- ough with here people.Mr. spent the week-end with her Lake Geneva !y'; William White, Olin J. W.O. W.ller..l\abei, N. D. Jr. Week., Mary; Blanch

opened and will be Just forty-five and Mrs. Fred Hazen of daughter, Mrs. Della Silcox of Whit Walnwrlarht, O. C. W. M. Wall Murla Walnwrlirht.William., A. li.

minutes for the month of September. Gainesville, were visiting here last Starke. Walnwrlnclit. Mary O. Wlnkl.r Williams Auitln William, Gertrude

Come.. Sunday. Supt. A. J. Grlffls was visiting I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Whit. Ethel M. Wtlllama,. Annetta'H. J. Wt<
__', ,i'' Mid-week service Wednesday at Mr. W. M. Moody of Lacrosse, R. L. Lee of Boatdralu Sunday T
'- '
__ 8p.m. filled his regular appointment at Mr. Leon QrlOU was visiting Mr. i . .. ._. .:.. .. Young, II. H.

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1 1:11)\\: \ 30-, login______ -_-- nR\DI"ORD.." COl1N7S. .. TEI-EGIUI'n. _, .RT.\lUiE, FLORID.\. -- -- ____u. __ _. .. ___ Tlfr'------_-1'11'1)---_-) t t.
-- ---- -- - -- --- --- -- -- ---- r
s 'r'u 52SZ5d525755Bits ;' I brother, Mi M I to Lake (rit\ 'ru'd/l, I the prevention nt\ tnjurti s >0> inm- ( ',' ,
it HicMikmoMi lh,' -unimiM' homyi I \\\XT TO JOIN TIn: MAKINGS; 11\11'0 M.ltini; hi'i
.Conan-u MtHs Ruth DcnnlMou spent !Monday employees and.. through a npeclnl ,r I :.
>l :Ml* \Duvls' !truth l JtrN.. A. Hull/ Sunday uftiTnoonMr I puny "1''
IVi' C L 1\1. Uennotl mid childrenof night in Hampton with Miss| \ ,<
) ij man, near Ailnnui. The United States Marine t'orpit I educational safely campaign; ,1
ofLQCFaI it) 4(10 men short; a marine corps' Jasper) wore v'sltlug!' relatives Margaret Turner. Inaugurated among workers in every \ \ ; :
Mrs. S. L. Peek and Miss Harriet recruiting ItntlolIs located at hero Sunday. Mrs A. L. Sullivan and Miss department the Florida Power r'' ;,,,\

hitch drove to Jacksonville 79 H South Forayth street Atlanta :Mr. Bert Hlnoon was visiting Hilda Sullivan were visiting In corporation has In recent year ? 'voir ,,
Monday. They were accompaniedby Clu. The office hours during MJss Margaret" Turner In Hampton Hampton Tuesday. reduced its number of accident: >''''.' 'it)

: J4ew; Miss\ | May Peek who bas been the month of September 1929 Sunday evening. Mlaa Thelma Sullivan afternoon.was In by 80 per cent It was brought out 1)).;,..;'

visiting here. will be 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. each day ( Mr James Phillips was a din- Hampton Tuesday 4 In n report made by C. M. Turner, ,

except Sundays and holidays.All ner guest; of Mr. and hire J. J. : lino superintendent and chairman '
!Mrs R. E. Gahagan and children under 21 of A big stock yard to handle cen- ,"J ;
Concerning Our People Business and youths years .Zelgler Sunday I of the c01'loratlon'slatety/ committee ;
Emmet and Powell who age, are required to have their parents Mr Howard Moore was visiting tral Florida hogs and cattle will before of city officials '
of the County and Town. group
Progress have been guests of Mr. L. C. Powell sign age and consent papers Miss Alma Lee Sunday evening. bo erected' In Ocala by the\ newly and employes. Red Cross workers ; .
and family, left last Friday for of formed Martin and Taylor livestock 1 ,
In the presence a notary publicor Miss Hazel Phillips was visiting and others Interested gathered at
Savannah, Ga. All who Sullivan company, to be ready for "'
postmaster. applicants Misses Thelma and Hilda
54525On' !22 I : tho Clearwater plant of the corporation .
;> ;> ;> ; Following :
In September.
,-1I11ss PUldY l.liiiison Uf fiiiiUwiuIs pass the examination In every respect Sunday. business early last week it
'"u l :;IHB J. F. Klckllter. visiting Mrs. J. l E. Corpeiilng! Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter, will be transferred same day The Christian Union had a very closely the announcement *
-- here this week. !Miss Lois, who have spent the past to the Marine Corps training! camp; Instructive lesson Sunday night of a peanut warehouse thla latest West Palm Bench Stanley

. ivarl Snyder was a vUllor: two months In Attapulgas, Ga.. at l'arls.Island, S. C., for about 10 led by Miss Thelma Sullivan, and project will mean another addi- Theatre Installed Vitaphone equip bi
Mn Friday. Mr. Junior has visiting !Mr. Colley, returned to weeks training: after that time quite a large, audience! enjoyed ai tional cash market for farmers of ,l "
JD'ksonvlllo, returned their that section. The stock yard will ment.
) home here Sunday.Mr. they are usually transferred to sermon by Hev. S. II. Dodd.
from several weeks spent some station in the United States, Mr. M. W. Lee and son, Edward, be erected on spur tracks of the Tampa; Lerner Stores Corpor-

!v.w" tilt hilts for only III"OM atirrnbcrg's. at Hickory, N. C. and Mrs. George Thomas, some foreign post, or on some of and Mr. D. J. Phillips .were business Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic tlon leased' building! at Franklin up
have returned home after spending Uncle Sam's largest battleships at visitors to Starke Monday. Coast Line railroads In the southwestern and Zark streets for eHtabllHh- ,

Mr. Nathan Johnson spent the tho past several days In Birmingham sea for duty. All young men that Mr Bert Hlnson and Mrs. John part. of the city. ment of ladles ready to wear store. '
In Jack- Ala., where Mr. Thomas was are interested in the above be- Hall were visitors to Lake City ----- ---+- ---- Stuart Bridge at Jupiter Nar-
was week-end
Powell at his home '
Ml 'lohn Springs. In High called on account of the death of tween the age of 17 and 36 are Tuesday Through (the employment of every rows being repaired( at cost of $a- i 'I -,,t.,

nvlll. Monday._ his father. requested to drop thIs office a let- Mr R M. Horsey was a visitor conceivable safety' device for 000. {I I Y

Mrs\ O. L. Beasley who has ter and arrangements will be made -- -- A. __..__,._'m=. ,_ll''.
Mr tad 1111's. E. M. Johns were Mr. and !Mrs. Chas. O. Maus of for enlistment. The pay is flora N t

,porn, to Jacksonville Sunday. spent turned several home Wednesday.days In Tampa re- Hastings Mrs A. J. Perry and $21.0-0 per month to $126.00 per ::

!Mrs It. B. Allen of St. Augustinehave month. The enlistment is for four 3

IIn.,1I1, IUW( ...t)1t"H$ In young Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and been spending two weeks at years. I M.G1P-fciA[ iiSf3 30th sij :

,,,?'? sm-H|, at Sternberg's.Us daughter, Ellse, spent Monday in the Stump cottage on Kingsley' I Fh ,

) $ Mallie Harley Is spending Jacksonville.Mr. Lake. FREE: .'on.1.1.-. 10;('It.U' n

,vacation In Charleston, S. C. and !\ .Davis and Dr. and Mrs Arthur FarrIngton B. Kite Is suffering from a couple

children, Ida Lula and Douglas of Chattanooga, Tenn., of knife slashes in the back and
Mlssverll. Blume of Live Oak I will spend Sunday In St. Augus recent visitors in Starke, accom- other combatants and non-com- EXTRA SPECIAL

,ant the week-end here with her I tine. panied by Mrs. T. S. Hewke have batants are sporting bruises, black
other Mr Marvin Blume. I gone to Winter Park for a visit trimmings
and similar! fancy
eyes '
left last weekr Members and prospects for the with friends. received In a free for all scrambleat Van Camp Pet LargeCans,10c .,
Mr :Marvin Blume B. II. S. football team are attend -- the Kite place Wednesday night.Kite's MILK r ;
where he recently ac- Miss Hazel !Mlddleton will conduct -
:Mayo and artistic of
ing the eight-day; coaching schoolat profuse use
pted a position. Gainesville. a class In expression at the profane language and the crashing Carnation Small Cans.5c

Swumrr suite school house this year. Miss Mid- of furniture and furnishings as (. 12n

f:=:s.no /; for !htCharles Harrison of Jack- dleton has had considerable experience the battle raged resulted in telephone r rt
ntJ I'h'rlllwrj'II.Mrs in this! llrfe and should
10.00 In to officers
sonvillo Is spending several days calls going t
here with Mr. James William [have an Interesting class. who went to the scene for an in {WALDORF

J| Saturday.1 I L Surrency In Starke of the Tampa guest Brownlee. Miss Mary Brownlee spent several vestigation. They found the upper SS ROLL! T S 5 f for 28 '
[pent story of the house and l the participants TOILET PAPER C' {
1)11'I and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner spent a days of this week with Mr.and well marked from the conflict i I
K. Fntch at DeLand.
Mrs. J.
few days at (lusting with her and everyone willing and anxious ,
J and Mrs Ray Newsom spent She returned today. Friday, and FINEST GKADECompound ,'
Mr daughters, !Mrs. W. S. Yelvington to tell just how It all happened Kingan's Full Cream :.t
at Kingsley Lake guests was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
today and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts. at one and at the same time. "
[ Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Futch who will spend a few days Officers found that Mrs. Will Lard '

Mr. Dow who has here. McKInney had left her home and CHEESEPer
J A H and A. E. Surrency, were with the baby had gone to Kite'sfor
headquarters at Hoboken, N. J.,
I In Starke I Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee and
tending to business Is the guest of his sister, !Mrs. W.R. the night, saying she had quit
I family returned Thursday from a Pounds .. 25c
28c ..
londay Mlddleton. month's stay at the Weeks' cot- him. McKinney objected to taking Pound r rr -
the child away and went to the
Harrell and daugh- on Kingsley/ Lake. The cottage -
Beulah tage
Mrs told his wife was
Vacation Is over for the children house was '
I r, Miss Geneva, of Brooker, were will be occupied for the next made over ,
.* of Starke and vicinity. Next upstairs. No protest was California Silver
,sltors to Starke Monday. Monday Labor Day, the II. II. Swill few weeks by Mr. and Mrs Sam hIs entering, but when he started

begin; the fall term of school. Dell and family, of Gainesville. I to depart with the baby. Kite con $' 11- 3 Pounds 25c I t
.I |pare, llnvnd Milk hose with fronted him with a shotgun and SKIN ONIONS ,
$t.OO at SternMrs Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and daughter. k ,
fated 1 heel for Mr. Laurie G. Ray, of Emory ordered him to leave the child. t;
Miss Kva: returned home .today
'rg's! University, Ga., is spending/ this the week In Jacksonville McKinney drew a pistol' and In the
after spending SILVER NIPGRAPE
week here with relatives and resulting scuffle the pistol was dis

las jomlng a V visitor H Carradlne to Starke, of Tuesday Lawtey friends. tives.!Mr. and They, Mrs.with were Arthur friends accompanied RIgdon and rela-who by charged the knife to the wounds ceiling. when Kite the received FRUIT JUICE .%' $T.Iu1CE No. 2 .Can, 22c

and It Is not
Miss !Maud Mitchell returned melee became general
will spend the week-end here.
home Wednesday after a month's known whether the"lhrii8ts were
Mrs J. L. Peek Is spending the reaction spent In Jacksonville and Mrs. intended for him oqMcKlnney.\ FANCY ALBERTA YORK IMPERIAL !
eek inVest Palm Beach visitinglatlvos !Mrs A. W. Anderson :
beach. No arrests werej made at the '
at Anderson will be hostesses to <
, Sam
the Woman's Missionary Societyof time, but participants tfere ordered PEACHES APPLES ., ,
Mr. Wesley Stearns returned to appear before the court and
Messrs. Lee and Murph Byrd, of 'Saturday from a visit with his parents the Methodist church o'clock nE'xtIon! at- tell It to the judge. i
,1m im"' were attending to business day afternoon at four Per Pound lOc Cooking
!Mr. and Mrs C. Stearns) at the Woman's Club building. This For Eating or
Starke Monday.
f'rultland Park. will be a study and social meeting ................. ...... :
3Pounds25c 3Pounds25c it.l
lljm you iwn the new felt hats !Mr. and Mrs\ L. V. Moore had as : TIIERESSA : !,

It Sternbcrg's7Mr recent guests Mr. and !Mrs R. D. Rhoda Cor.N1 .
I Fred Carlton Seaboard operatorat Miss Zeigler, !

and Mrs. Junius Smith ofr'aldo :'Alvarez!Mrs. M. II and. Lang children of Jacksonville.and Mr. and the tower, leaves Saturday and on : .N...NO..........? FANCY, FIRM' LARGE ; :
moved into the O. M. In- a trip to New Orleans, Chicago
Detroit, Mich., where he will visit Mr. Albert Hardee was in Ilamp 10 pounds 25c i ;
an house this week. !Mr. and Mrs\ A. L. Taylor and his brother, C. M. Carlton, and ton Thursday of last week POTATOES ;il '

little daughter returned to Labelle weeks and return Mr. R. M. Hersey' was a visitorto } I
family for-two \ .
A E Wall Jr. returned Wed-
j .
lesday from Camp French Broad after visiting his mother Mrs. W. ing will visit' at Niagara Falls, Lake City .,Thursday of last FANCY RIPE t.

Bi North Carolina.Dr II. Taylor. 1 New York and Washington week. FRESH

W. E. Middleton has returnI Mr. and !Mrs. II. L. Brownies of last Mrs Edward: Burns left recently daughter Mrs. ,O.Alma W. ,Hlnsoa spent last and weekend little CARROTS BEETS lOc II1I LIMES 2 doz 25e !IL

,I from a two week's fishing trip Jr, spent the latter part for Dallas, Texas where she will at Palatka with her daughter,, ,

11' Dover Bluff, Oa, week in DeLand and Daytona visit her mother, Mrs. S. J, Bar-' Mrs. O. C. Crockett and family.Mr. \ I
Beach.[ rett. Before returning home Mrs. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace and f\

Mrs: II. and Mrs. O.I Burns will visits sisters in Eldor- Mr. C. A. Youngblobd were visitors I
A. Bishop
J. A. Howard of Dukes, one of ado, Texas, and Little Rock, Ark. to Starke Saturday. '
Lewis Jacksonville
were in Union county's prominent citizens, 'hs'! wife business < STORR ,
jTaesday. Mr. Burns accompanied Mr. W. H. Hall was a M!
was a business visitor to Starke to Jacksonville and from there visitor to Starke last Friday (

Tuesday.Mr. for short stay. party was .
Mrs. W E. Middleton and Cer- went to the beach a A surprise pound

'Id and Hazel MIddleton spent Joseph Thomas left Sunday Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Roane of given Friday by night Mrs.at E the. S.home Sibley of last Mr. i. Where Satisfaction is a Certainly t: ;;
unday f
at Dover Bluff, Ga. accepted '
for QuIncy where he has Baton Rouge, La., who have been Wilson Russ and his!' grandmotherMrs. :

Mrs .r C. Robinson! ---and daugh- a position with Hatcher's Phar guests for the past two weeks of L. I'. Adklnson. A large' ,

'I' \"Jra Claire visiting rela- macy. her sister, Mrs James C. Adk'ns! ,crowd attended, and all reported a } /;),'
: are In Highlands, went to Kingsley they had a very nice time. _...:. tU'Jtf' 1r ,
[ 'ID Jacksonville this week. calledto
Mr. J. E. Corpenlng/ was Lake this afternoon where they Misses' Cula and Clara Swindelland
!Marion, N. C., Tuesday by) the will upend several days with Judge Miss Louise Padgett and Mr '
Freak garden seed at J. F, Kick-
D. Cor-
death of hIs fatherII' kins before returning at Waldo
| pr'. and Mrs. A. Z. Ad Will Hall were visiting GAIETY
penlug. home.-Gainesville Sun, Saturday night.

:Mr Aug. 27.Babies. Miss Hilda Sullivan was the
md Mrs. N. Sternberg are and
Mr. and !Mrs. Li. E. Jordan guest of her cousin, MIlls Kathleen
ertPd to return Sunday from awail's
returned to THEATRE
1\0\ children, have must be protected from Weest at Hampton Saturday night
trip to New York City herewith
after spending four flies. Besides their torment and Mr. Arthur Mllliken of Hampton -

:'oIl'. and Mrs. T. J. Griflln.. torture, flies transmit over thirty spent Sunday here with frlcftdt) STARKE, FLA.MON.TUES .

different, diseases, anyone of and relatives.Mr. ___ .
Godbold to _
ENT A Mrs J. B. returned .J which may prove fatal. Every fly__ L. C. ZeIgler of Gainesville, _. h' -
visiting uh' --- ,
WORD Jacksonville Saturday after you see must be killed. INSIST was visiting relatives here Sun- .' f fI fv
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dow ling upon and get FLY-TOX the scIen- 2-3

COLUMN here. tific product developed at Mellon day.Mrs.. David Jones of Hampton, ALLAN HALE & UENEE ,
Institute of Industrial Research by I dJol .
['OR KENT Well located bungalow Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul and !Miss Rex Research Fellowship. It Is .

See Mrs. O. M. Inman: Minnie Gruber returned from harmless to mankind but sure 1, r- i '
they ,
Sunday where FreeWith
Fernandlna death to all household Insects.
J'OR RENT:: --.- Furnished! apartment spent two weeks vacation. Just follow Instructions on blue "TilE SPIEu'n" .

< J, p. Klckllter, Starke 2- label of bottle. Insist on }O'L y- each order for piano 6th Episode of "Tarzan the 4 ;
and .
18-tf( Mr. and Mrs. A. L Taylor TOX with Its perfume-like frag- tuning or repairing, one MiRhty"TIIUKS.FKI.
of LaHelle, have been ,
daughter .
'Oll SALS -Humphries cricket recent guests of Mr. Taylor's rance.- 50c bottle of piano polish. -- -- --- .-- .. I ,

mole destroyer. Kills cut w'rmlJand mother, !Mrs Josephine Taylor. Lake City South Georgia Send orders to florida'sbest 5.6
Company Chain opened known tuner
Brownlee 8-2-tf. !Marks and Grocery BEnT LYTELL & PAULINE -
Bros. and Mrs. George store
Mr. and grocery
dry goods Attain Life's Belter Things
daughter, of DeLand, were street. MILO JONES FREDRICK
little Marion
OR North
KENT house, furnished on
5-room Marks' I
last week of Mrs. Marcello Gonzalez 410 \Y. 20th St.
guests Ybor City In
or unfurnished 3 blocks
from postofllce. J. W. Morgan. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. post of Amerl,81LegIon voted to .Jacksonville,,, Florida "ON TRIAL" By a Mounting Column '
8-16-31. build clubhouse costing
Easter Lily Bulbs for sale: bloomIng mately 4000. Comedy "Hold that
'Otl :, size 10, 15, and 20c each; bul- SavingsThat
SALE strawberry Monkey"
plants from Missionary new ground. : blets lOc per doz. Mrs. A. Woo *, ,, JIIIIP- ._ {

Ready latter part of August. C. Starke. i ever-lengthening column in your bank de
Lets h. 8-16-tf. III Hardware and Furniture SATURDAY 7
to those
and nearer
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand posit-book brings you nearer 1

On SALE Chinese' narcissus Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vanslckle Coffins and Caskets RINTINTINIn luxuries that make life worth living. And I percent k

bulbs Blooming or planting are staying at the Lake.Klckllter cot- Atwater Kent Radios l I interest helps.Bradford. }
stock on KIngsley '"I.ANDOF THE SILVER
Write or see W. T. Was- tage And Radio Supplies e
din' Box 212, Waldo. 2t- Jack- lt FOX"

OR Mr. J.Thursday M. Davis and drove was to accompanied m n Comedy "lleauties Re- County Bank: Li

f SALE 30 acres beet strawberry sonville home by his wife who has Starke Hardware & l I ware"
and truck land 2 houses
Mrs. O. C.
and Financial Stronghold
tell' long time.-exhange for Davis there. Furniture Co. STARKE, FLA.l''rsT .
town A bar- Lii I Pat he New on MU-h Saturday
property or rent. have t
L. A. Davis
Mr. and 1011's. _ _
*an.| Mabel Dell Starke Fla.It. returned from two weeks spent : : JlllllnU .



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4'' ",1'' r\nv. SIT: : rm.\i>Foun COUNTY TKi.KGu.\rn. ST.IKKE. FLORIDA I.'nln.l'm" MTFarmers

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---L-------------- - "- ." paid many t'm"11 over. Doa't forget I KKAL ESTATE) ,\NI J) TAXATION 1 ur places at which amusements are amlnatlon and inv ni:

!; that every fowl In your flock (offered( to the public. ords and witnesses ,
How to represents Investment of both (Continued from page 2.) Section 6 creates a presumptionof for the assessment 01 d M
t 'p'''
& Farming time and money. You throw that will it be offered until the peopleof an application, for a license to persons failing: or refn I''Ial
II RaisePoultry away in addition to sacrificing pos Florida have had a full and open engage In business for the current a return and the pi. '"' "
sible future profits every time a opportunity to study and discuss year, and Is a provision Introduced the accuracy of such ,,t, I, I
(Ry Agricultural Editor) ell bird is subjected to the "get the its provisions. No merely for the purpose of IndicatIng Section 12 provide, i 'I'

-- -.. -- '!!!' I By Dr. L. D. LeOear V. S. axe"' euro If loss drastic methods! alleged experts! if such there be, clearly that the tax Is a licenseor ties that shall accrue< d i 1 I,,' "II.. ,
Ity St. Louis, Mo. would have saved It. have been employed to draft for privilege tax. lected where payment i j,
I 4, t Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Ar- Dr.LeO.r!I..cmdiuire of iti.Ontario. -,-.- It any intricacies: of expression not Section 7 provides for certain These penalties are MI\ I', ", II'''el
V.eri..... Colin.. 19W2.'\ Thlrrf-.l. 1.'I.OHllions TO UK Interest and five 1.
: > ; tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found year of vcMHiurr. praade.on dl._..* easily derstood. Its languageis exemptions, such as insurance percent I'' ;1
To De nest Suited to Our Country of lira Mack end poultry. Eminent "MOLD, rOOI'KHATIVKL.Yroil simple. Its terms and provis- companies which are, otherwise it paid within thrlty (d I, '"d n;,
1 'r authority Nationally on known pouley.nd.ruck poultry brooder.NoMd ratofntf.. IIAKI-Y MAKKKTH ions are plain and direct, and such taxed; mutual savings banks op- additional two percent I ""a,
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Gainesville Fla. Between even. its most casual have been depositors; and labor, agricultural Section 12 also provui,
r ,
I Smith Gives Hints Get The Children --Article XXIXKAN' -- three and four thousand hogs are iftade for its amendment In those and other organizations not penalty shall accrue unit, ,,11 nla, ,II '

on feed for the early fall marketin parts by which the funds are operated for profit; and fraternaland expiration of ten day, ,' ,' 'Ii''f
i \ On Growing Vetch Ready For School TUB "T1IKTHKAXK" 10 west Florida counties, reports dlstrlbutted.: They have been accepted other organizations operated time when notice of the' d i iM, "? 'I I Icy
p : : CURB
J. Lee Smith, district extension cheerfully and in the under the lodge system for the exclusive Is mailed to the taxpi.) .. I

And Austrian Peas IJtllo E\('IIIfA for thn widely ,I>r<- agent. The hogs are being friendly spirit in which they were I benefit of the members. Section 13 provides t ti, ''i ,
tt -Tallahassee "Physical defectsof vulciit riiHtom of Killing ( hl('- fed out according to directions of proffered. Others of like constructive There Is also the customary ex- ervatlon of 'any nmom. 'd
a ; tt children should be cared for be- kciii! nt I bo .'I..t'lljotli/ of 111I'so )- the county agents In the various character will be receivedin 1 emptions of exclusively religious, taxes In the event of ih, j G,

Gainesville Fla. Demonstra for the children return to school l," IU'NN; of Simple Home Item- counties. the same cordial sprit; and no charitable scientific or educational business and( for the t i, I,, ''II t
l f' (ions conducted by county agents 'III"M or KiiHlly.: Obtainable Com. The old practice in West Florida attempt will be made to paraphrase association", business leagues, the buyer in the event \ "
) In North and West Florida: counties say specialists of the home demon- nicrrliil\ I'li'imratloni May Nave was to put the hogs in the fields administrative resentment chambers of commerce and civic ure to see that any ,,.,i la,
"GdtsN last year proved that vetch stration staff of the State College : YalitaMo Birds. and Many Hol after the crops were harvested and toward suggestion No lawyer has organizations operated exclusivelyfor properly returned and
and Austrian peas can )be grown for Women, in calling attention to lars of 1'roflts. allow the hogs to pick up what I been paid or promised any fee or the benefit of the communityand Section 14 provider ;i
FiuVesHfully.: In the fall of 1D27 the fact t that school days are again they could get. Late in the fall I other emolument, either positive or for the promotion of social Tax Board and an app .a'
u 6,000 pounds of seed, were sown here. The wife of a friend of mine or during the winter the hags were contingent, for Its preparation welfare, where they are not or- person aggrieved; by .. 41,
o, ; rA as trial crops and last fall over "It Is now recognized that much i tells with great relish of wakingup .slaughtered; and the surplus was or its passage. Its beneflts'l gan'zed!' for profit and where no nient or ro-assassmeni II'.> I,

50.000 pounds were sown. of the listlessness, laziness, and( not long ago and'finding him in sold.For if it is adopted, profit inures to private individualsor state treasurer. This I, .(I,
the throes oC a violent nightmare the past few years intensive like its burdens, and rat-: stockholders. .11
I These demonstrations! have conclusively dullness In school children may be eq.ua'ly provides for a right ot i II. ''II",,,
"}a1 proven that these winter canned by poor physical condition lIe was struggling deperately effort has been made to get the ably upon all, Section 8 provides that the tax and an appeal to tin., II!,
abundance rather against some Imaginary assailantand farmers of this section to plant Tim Provisions of the Law shall be paybale in monthly installments iiiremj
9 cover crops will produce an than by any mental peculiarity court, but limits the injunction n" ,,It, I,
I' of organic matter to turn or defect." shouting at the top of his early maturing crops which would The time at our disposal is ; that is to say-all\ tax- to cases wher

7{ buck to the soil, and In many cases These specialists also point out voice, "No-no-no! Don't! I tell you furnish hog feed during the late manifestly too short to Indulge in es accruing In any month shall\ be that the assessment win' III'1111P8,,
y the yield of corn following these the necessity of having the chil- It's toothache, darn you nothingbut summer months, thus getting the more than a general outline of paid within thirty days after the tlon of the constitution .n., ,0j
crops was doubled. dren form regular habits and thus toothache!', Being finally hogs ready for the early fall mar- the provisions of the proposed I expiration of the month by means United States, or the stag' 'I'' Fin
t, J. tee, Smith, district extension keep In better physical condition. roused up and pressed for an explanation kets. The results of this work on sales tax law. They ase are follows bf a return prepared and sent to Ida, or In the case of fralldlill, ,,
i Irregularity in is of he admitted rather the part of the county agents is : the state treasurer, together with a
agent; for North and West Florida, eating one the i erroneous assessment n. prj,
bad habits sheepishly that he had that he had now bearing fruit, Mr. Smith Section 1 contains the defini- remittance for the amount of the
'a'' has prepared a list! of pointers principal easy to acquire vides that in the laU,')' .., I,
)(> I which !should! prove helpful to during the summer vacation, dreamed a huge: rooster'had him States tions of the various terms employed tax due as shown by the return.
pP farmers who expert to plant these and letting the child eat when and penned up and was preparing to Jackson county is one of the largest in the act. Section 8 also provides for the (Continued on paft.,
'r crops till fall for the first time. what he wants and to have snacks cut his throat with his sharp spurs hog-growing counties In West Section 2 provides for the for-, Issuance of receipts and for the
tg1 between meals whenever he wishesIs because he looked so droopy and Florida. It Is estimated that be- mal levy of the tax. deposit of the moneys derived
The best! time to plant either of bound to develop bad food habIts had a huge swelling on his jaw. tween 75 and 100 cars will be Section 3 provides for a tax of from the tax with the state treasurer

these crops Is between September which may leave permanent effects Not wishing to lose this advan- shipped co-operatively from this two percent of the value of the ar- Io, oG
I 15 and November 15 after
Just!! a
s on his physical health.A tage, friend wife at once re-opened county before the end of the sea- ticle sold, as shown by the gross Section S also provides for the d 0IBecaus
good shower. to 30
Twenty definite mid-morning or mid- nn argument that had been wag- son. The cooperative sales method proceed derived from the sale method In which the returns
pounds of hairy vetch or 30 to 40 afternoon lunch of milk and breador Ing for months between them- has been used In this county for where the sale was made in any should be verified by oath and per-

4 pounds, of Austrian peas is the fruit may be given regularly if "serves you right if it really hap- the past few years and has proven business of making solos to the ultimate mits the treasurer. for good cause
proper amount for an acre.
the child needs fond between the pened," she snapped. '.'Any man very satisfactory. Mr. Smith states consumer. shown, to extend the time for the r
!' Before planting It Is necessary! regular meals. Under" no circum- who Is loo lazy to save birds that that every county In West' Florida! Section 4 provides for a like I making of the return or remlt-
t + to Inoculate the seed, unless one stances should the child be allow- could be saved with, just a little which has county agent will\ ship two percent tax upon each sale of [ lance but limits the time in which
4 of these crops has been grown' on ed to nibble sweets continuously trouble ought to have to take his hogs cooperatively this fall for the real or personal( property not sold i such return shall\ be made and
the so'l t recently and made. a good between meals. oWn medicine.: early market. !it the conduct of u business. ,. provides for Interest on the
growth. It Is also necessary to ap- Regular sleeping habits should Sometimes I feel much the same It Is expected that much assis- Section 4 exempts and excepts amount of the tax when any such I,'

: ply 400 pounds of superphosphate also be encouraged and carried way about It, for chickens are tance in the marketing of the hogs sales of Intangibles, such as bonds, extension.: Is granted. ?
g per acre except on land well fertilized out, even on Sundays to prevent much more than a mere hobby. this fall wall 'y; the previous season., After constipation, ndrvousness, and with me. Hut aside from all such Stato Marketing! Bureau since it debtedness, and also excepts sales section, authorizing the employment -
; ',WS Inoculation the seed should be sleeplessness. sentimental considerations as : has recently added a livestock of fresh meats produced In the of help for carrying out the Insurance is a necessity_a'

S planted immediately OJ:. the Inoculation Kvery member of the family might influence the enthusiast, marketing specialist to its staff state, and fresh farm, grove or provisions of the law, and for the protective necessity, guard-

may d:e. should have an annual physical: there are some good sound reaaonswfiy / garden products products producedIn payment of their compensation. ifig you against fire losses
; Seed are Inoculated as follows: examination by the family physicIan. it Is unwise to resort to the 1\n3Im WIIK: : IUA\VH) Florida, when sold directly by Section 10 is a further .adminis- every day which amount to
1. Mix two parts of syrup and one Especially Is this true of the axe every time a chicken begins to .ATTIIVDA.NCK: ; 12OO the producer to the ultimate con- trative provision, providing for more than a half billion
''h part of water, r over need, and show -- sumer. the correction of the :
urn pot children In whom defects may be signs of some more or less errors, ascertainment dollars a year.
stir. 2.Pour culture over seed and detected and remedied at the be- serious affliction. For one thing, Gainesville, Fla Despite the 'Section 4 also provides that the of the correct tax and I the 1 You know
stir. (County agent can advise ginning:, when these same defects 'the first examination doesn't always many reasons which Florida farmers tax shall be paid by the vendor although collection of any deficiency and the never (fire
where to culture.) 3. and fruit might have he collect the amount refund at occurs on your premises. but
"r y secure Add might grow and become serious tell the whole story. Not every growers may any excess.Section .
1' enough soil from field where these handicaps\ later on. sniffle spells roup nor Is every for falling to attend Farmers' from the vendee. 11 is a further adminis- adequate stock fire insurance
crops have grown before to remove droopy dispirited fowl infested Week at the University this year, Section C prodlves for a five per trative provision, providing for the assures you of sound pro
ikry t the stickiness 4. Plant very soon I'\KMIKH: simrt/n( PUT with worms to an Incurable de- more than 1200 people registered. cent tax upon the gross receipts of method of assessment of tax of. tection.

after Inoculation and cover immediately I'OltTII HKHT I-I: <'I<'OHTH The attendance was considerably theatres, opera houses, moving persons who fall or refuse to makea J. R. DAVIS & CO.
: KOIl HAKK OF FAMILY gree.All sick fowls, no matter what larger than had been expected but pictureand vaudeville shows, return or remittance as required
Mr. Smth
no need to prepare the land for I A farmer may not owe it to himself at once from the flock and either visitors and It Is the opinion of skating rinks, race tracks and oth- certa'nment: of the tax due by ex' STARKE, FLORIDA

: planting vetch or Austrian but does owe It to his familyto : killed or doctored. Chickens can many that this was one of the most -
peus. The superphosphate shouldbe do the best possible farming of I be cured as well as live stock, or successful meetings of Its kind -
broadcast and the seed sown which he Is capable He should 'people, when sick, and I believeIn ever held here.A -
t ) just ahead of the covering Imple- avail: himself of, every opportunityto Individual treatment in most number of prominent speakerswere -'--

4 d. ment. Seed may 1)t) own among learn new and better ways of cases. have been doctoring poul- heard at the general sessions -
grass; weed or any other vegeta- carrying on the farming business. try diseases on my experimentalfarm held In the auditorium each day =
tion on the land at the time. The at and 100 people took IC
I am Indebted to my friend. W. for more than 20 years and noon, over or ,
1;' ______ ,!seed! may be covered by discing C. Lusnetter, editor of the Progres- have had excellent results exceptIn part in the sectional programs.
the land or by flat breaking. The sive Farmer, for the thoughts em- 1 the incurable ailments such as Speakers heard during the week

important thing is to be sure that bodied here. In a talk he made T. B., cholera, bacclllary\ white di. Include Dr. E. W. Sikes, presidentof Business
hi the seed are covered from three to( during Fuliners'< Week at the Col- arrhoea and other diseases known Clemson College, South Caro- or Pleasure
,a't five Inches deep. On light sandy lege of Agriculture, Mr. Lassetter 1 to be Incurable. I, lina; Dr. II. II. Hume of the state
soli it Is especially Important to described a farmer who followed A well protected coop, box or plant board; M'rs. Edna G. Fuller, ,
f. cover the seed( well !In order to pre- representative in the state legisla-
old methods, made poor crops, and pen apart from the flock is very
vent the Inoculation from dying let his farm run down, because necessary In which to place the ture from Orange county; W. C. these ADVANTAGES
4XJ.. in case of drought. such methods were "good enoughfor sick fowls: Sick chickens placedIn Lassetter, editor of ,the Progres-
? -. him." "Even If they were such quarters can'be watched. If sive Farmer, Birmingham; Nathan

_ !I 1II>TH TO IIOUSHWIVKSt'ourtoHicM : good enough for him," declared they develop unmistakable signsof Mayo, commissioner of agricultureand .

this able editor, this farmer wasmorally diseases known to be incurable, others..
i Llllle for Dinner Time kill\ them. .
obligated to his wife and .
We learned when we were quite children to adopt and follow bet- My many experiments during the ,\J.t'lIU"OS WINS gIve you
r ; small that "politeness Is to do and ter practices. While his wife mar past several years have proven to HTATK HA LAD CONTENTGainesville : ,
,;' say the kindest thing In the kind- ried him 'for better or for worse' me .that Permangnate of Potash, N -.

est way." However there 'are she had every right to expect and the medicine: that turns water a Fla. Mrs. Herbert Real
t some few little rules that If followed demand the belter, as far as It was reddish purple color,"is of little or Gray of Alachua county as declared Economy andSUPERPERFORMANCE
a' will make us more at ease within the man's power to give it.And no value in preventing or curing winner of the state naiad
in the company of others. The ( certainly his children, when diseases of poultry, when used In contest, conducted as'a,' feature of
Florida State Home Demonstration they reach maturity, should not the drinking water In the regular the nutrition program during
r" Department suggests the following be forced to look back on their way. But I find Epsom Salts very Farmers' Week under the direc- e
table courtesies: childhood undo Say that because beneficial In preventing and curing tion of Miss Mary A Stennis. Sec-
d All should stand\ until a. signal 'the old man' had not done his many diseases of poultry. Each ond prize went to Mrs. H. L. Dirt
Is given by the hostess to be seated best, they were being; forced to sick fowl should be given one tea- and third went to Mrs. N. M. a
'and then be seated from the enter maturity handicapped for spoonful of Epsom Salts, or for Faulds. The judge for the con- -
left aide of the chair and ariseN life." flock treatment, one pound mixed test was Miss Allie Hush, home 'v ITII r J
from the same side. He urged the throwing off of the with a tempting wet mash feed 'for economics teacher of Tl mpa. Woco-Pep you get (1) More k

c, ,I It you are asked to express a shackles of prejudice against new each 100 hens.Sanitation There were seven entries In the Miles, (2) Quick} Start and Lightning 1
preference for food, even though and modern methods simply be- and disinfecting are state contest; each contestant havIng -
; it makes no difference to you, cause they are new and modern, two of the great secrets of successful previously won the (county con- Picknp' (3) Giant Power, (4) Less Carbon T

t state a .choice, as it Is an aid to the the taking fullest advantage of poultry raising. Poultry houses 'test in her county. Those entered } (5) Clean Burning (6) Anti-Knock
A one who Is serving you. every available facility for IncreasIng and brooder rooms shojild be thoroughly were: Mrs. L. H. DIrt, West Hills- ,
;1 After taking bread, break It into one's knowledge of the farm- cleaned'often, and sprayed borough; Mrs. Herman Nordman and (7) Complete Safety-all these things
, several pieces and lay on bread Ing business lIe said that farmers freely with a good dip and disin Volusla; Mrs. N. M. Faulds. Plnel- in PERFECT COMBINATION I
and butter plate or at the side of should use their county and fectant. Properly built chicken las; Mrs. Neta II. Simonds. Lake; Hundred
the dinner plate. Butter only a home > demonstration agents, houses with high open fronts that Mrs. Herbert Gray, Alachua; Mrs. of thousands of Southern motorists use
small piece of bread at a time. Smith-Hughes teachers, Experi- face the south, that are kept clean H. L. Cobb, Lee, and Mrs, Dor- 'Woco-Pep for both
v Break the piece you wish to but- ment Station College of Agricul- and free from Insects by sprayingwith othy Daores, Marion. business and pleasure. _

z ter; do not cut it with a knife. ture, and other agencies for the a good dip and disinfectantwill ., \ They know it makes their Motor Fuel dol
In eating any soft food such as advancement of farming and farm do more to keep fowls healthy One of the finest specimens of Jars farther
soup, cereal or sauce' dip the home life. than anything.In the productiveness Seminole go antI bring better perfor -

spoon away from you. This prevents Paraphrasing the old expression, many cases a cure la possible county soil Is' the 11 1-2 pound mance. Try Woco-Pep I It will be a motor '
pl, dripping. Do not break "There's b'ars In them woods," I with simple home remedies as vnsl- sweet potato now on display In the TREAT.
bread or crackers In the soup. would say, "There's logic In them ly Administered as the flannel rag office of the Herald, and which ing
,?' When helping yourself to bread, words.- soaked with camphorated oil on was grown, on the farm of J. J. .
celery, whole pickles. olives or .-. -. --r baby's chest when he has a cold. Cates, pioneer truck grower of Tiolene 5uperPennsylvania :Motor Oil is ., UI\JI:
a nuts, you may use your fingers. The Marianna Floridan says J. Furthermore, any druggist or this, vicinity. Mr. Cates has over the safest surest and 11\1
ir For frosted cake a fork Is needed. W. Burton, acting mayor of Mar- feed merchant carries reliable pre- two acres planted in sweet pota- longestlastingPurol '

4 Always lay your knife, and the lanna, and F. M. Ilolbroox, secre- parations for the treatment of toes, and said that "the huge plant Gasoline will give you the most for your
fork with the tnes! up, on the tary of the chamber of commerce practically every poultry'' disease was one of a number of potatoesof ,
44- right side of the plate when called on local people a few days that Is amenable to medication. almost same size and weight. money a straight gasoline. On M. PURE:: OIL
through, and when passing a plate ago and In a short time had obtained Such medicines are always accom- The Cates farm is located on the RADIO PROGRAM
j for a second helping. Keep your all the necessary funds for panied by simple, complete Instruc- west side of the city on the Rand's TTQ SEABOARD OIL CO. Distributoror 0-19 rhtl tlcf N.&C.
r knife in this position during the the pens, scales and loading devices tions, not only for the dosing of Siding road says, the Sanford. Her ,EVERY MIGHT TUESDAY
meal when not using It, which means that Marianna, the feathered patients but for the ald. THE PUKE OIL CO.
i Unfold a dinner napkin only beginning a short time, will have general care needed to make Jreat- .
half a luncheon napkin entirely, hog sales once a month, which ment successful. Why then! let Initial steps to aid the people of /
and lay across your lap. will\ prove a great convenience to them die or deliberately kill\ them Florida In a campaign to keep : -
';'t If you are a guest at only one hog raisers in Jackson county. off when they can be easflly? cured. from spending approximately
t4:) i meal, partly fold your napkin after These hog sales will bring In considerable Poultry raising Is''a business 9127.48l.913 for imported food -
i ;you have finished eating, and lay money to Marianna and that Is or should be run for profit. products annually was taken by
", it beside your plate. U you will hog buyers will have the city on It Is for the poultry raiser to determine Governor Carlton and Commissioner -

_ iZk, be there longer fold it as it Was before (helr Hats. therefore, whether or not Mayo of the department of agriculture r KINO OF MOTORdb FUEL _
-5. the meal started. i any individual cure will justify] when final organizationof / _
t .-*- Soybeans are being grown in the labor and expense necessaryto a marketing board was formed OIL Look for
,t, Oats. rye, or rape, will make a St. Johns county on a large scale effect a cure. It Is unquestionably and, appointment made -of special these GASaLr7NE
I (good grazing/ crop this winter. for the first. time this year and are true, however, that n.any: ists to work for Increased crops Signs In Florida
Plant them the latter part of Sep- making a good crop of hay, report. fowls are needlessy sacrificed. 11 Inn' and a general co-operative system ede

tember or later. E. H. Vance county agent a little extra trouble would be .re- among growers of the state.
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1,1 i' ntax
h-:. : ; 'f&j::{ a ai no' Mule ad viilon-m! tux shall DPlivli'd I i I has been lalinl.itcd I t \ II" I Isolation ThCHO, 1 iii inn tun 111'1'I I I I town. '1' .1.i (iii:'jfIii-- fT'iiin! ,.I. jirn, will I IKMIIO thciion I I thi' :, day I".t If j '

t.wou n or uHst-sHcd:! ,. on any real or carefully as available Information j I dOllhl101ls as varied as the population tiiwn.1.u.(," ft Mm.0 7 A of nil.Mtitt a.'K I'tiltlt 2;. ntiKiimJ, $1200' ) S.-iiti-mlii-i-bated titus Sth l I'. 1 II'.H.: of Ill t \ I'

; : ;; i I"'mnal" properly In Florida ex- would permit. It la based upon from which they come, and to 1800. D. 1920. Auaull I'! ,1 r :
1 titling i the KW, lot 1 and hits S 8 7 Ulock 26 (O.: W. AL.DRRMAN. ''I I .
one mill ;
on dollar two mAjor elements', namely: Thereport in order to adequately, provide for tonI town p" leaker and orl' goal) Clerk ot
Circuit Court, I J
-r, word baTa'apunto my feet, and a light unto my path.--Psalm 19:105..t :I rcMiulred by section 0 of article 12 of the depnrtmcnt' of lab"i' their relent '!'on and treatment according Alexander,$ noI to $ Bradford County Florida. I ) "i. ';
I of I.ul" B 6 7 S T Block 12 n. T. and ),j' "
the .J
constitution for schools. In regard to the coot of living; and to their deserts, an ado- t'b.'s( ,nfldltlon. Mrl. Onri-li-D. Hlld.ur.oo IH.D-Bt-D.t, -. _-__ ] ,\ ,.
.t f 3"rnun. All religious teaching Suction J 10 the report of the department of ( I ,' :
I doctrine or provides that any auate prison fund should be pro- .. '
South I 01&
I 10
I .1 creed if ft lot 7 and! lot, S < -J'I'I.U"'IO'
they are to have any chum : person engaged in business may commerce in Teference!' to (the consumption vided to enable the authorities to North feet ii ml a loin ni i I to. niuck I 'I" \ \ lIl.p: ) !'t':
(' IlIveloyalty, and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with I ndd Il1e' amount of the tax to the of commodities. While deal with the individual confined A N. I. .,' ". l I"n. K. 8. Mat- N(.tl<.', 'IH hereby given that W. n. i "
,' of Jesus the Christ whose wordB fit into roll and to $4000. llodgt-H. Tax Certificate ;
; human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:46 every, "NEVER crevice MAN I price, but U prohibited from showIng I In a sense It Is conjectural; It i Is accardlng to his classifications and th"wH-8lO' 10( Illk I N. J. jnel. I No. 14, 4th day of July, A. 1 Ii. 1 27. I.1 i :" ;.
addition. Thelma K. and U hs tiled null In my office ;
: LIKE THIS MAN. It as a separate Item unless believed to be reasonably accurate his delfclencles.Last .ItihiiM-I12BO In $ .I"hl" M. nnd mane :I.r"rll"IIl: tax dead to 1\1

written demand Is ma present tIme! so lm' should Impress Plea law. Salt certificate omhrncca the ,
'" only honesty, done. Minnie M. and 1'. J. J' l
\\\11' !
read -2 Cor. but produce the benefits that have been fund will provide for four million OrllDn 4 to JflnoO. following cl'IH' prupurty situated ,
l \nawer and : '
accuracy carefulness
,|BII" also. Section prophesied for It which dollars for Lota 1 Illork 14 TemjilCH' addi In I'ollly. Florida, to-
20 provides! that 'gasoline are ns:! follows a year the general revenue : : wit J"I
Our lesson closeR with, "And we tion.I J. K. Ii tiol"n cut. $7">0 'I aeon. :
Iifl *nt liar taxes shall be controlled by. : for the state of Florida Krno. lllorU 21 ex lot lot 0 I NorthOBHt quarter of Northeast .1"I"
\t I Tin- Jii ljn came to Jerusalem, and abode tilt with the and ttorth 30 foi-f tral TomplcHaddition. quarter of Section 4 Township 7 ; I ll : ;.
&'r I 11I\1lh"'" \ thereto. will be adequate for The of said '
from two millions of people. effective and to 18(100.( : property \
;11, tiw) King say unto( them on fourth day was the silver and gold succensful administration. Jt. I 15 18 niock 2 H. N. 111'1' lie reitflcnto tsuuuel l l wa ( '
I', I rjght] ( hand, cog Va blessed, off and ,the vessels weighed in the Section 21 provides that the tax- We believe that five hundred Howling' 1 1 T. N. Krndrlrk namn of fhk.IH llrookH.1'nledn 1 '

f, I'Kntlicr; Inherit the kingdom house of our God. S and they es imposed by the act shall be In tourists will\ carefully pay their In conclusion I wish to deal Il2fi0 Tom t.- $600.feet AVent of outhwetcor deemed ac'ordlnl nnld! ,'I.tt"al.Ilw shall, tax bo deed re- j.:

It t I for von from the founda- furthered the people and the addition to all other l licenses and part; and that four hundred and with the opposition that has so > 'ran'il: I Hentemlwr, .
", Inoi 'thl! world: 35. For I was an house of. hid." taxes levied by the law as a con- fifty thousand negroes who now far been encountered. Went, tlu-iu-H 210 feet Himth.on WvMtmorelnndstreet unlit at u-set Duut'uI: thIs 611'ilIr:; of August, A

u eered and ye gave me meat: The Hebrews who assembled at dition precedent to engaging in pay practically no tax at all, will Tin- Opposition Tltui' Par Klirounteretl : 420 ftu-t lOiiBt 210 feet North 420 feet II. 11)211. .
''In O. W. Al.nEnM'AN
J I.as thlrmy and ye save me the river Ahava "believed In the any business except as otherwise be required to contribute their l ( ,"h"f.'nnd addition lelirnntvd an Clark on map 2 acre of (1.11) Clerk; of I'lrcult Court, i "

llllh i was a stranger and yea Importance of their divinely appoInted specified. fair but limited, share. In t the Interest of expedition I Hlock.to H. < '. .unit C. 8. IloUnomlorf- 8-9-lit-9-fl nradforil. County ,'I.rld. 4

Lt' mii'' :36. Naked and ye mission, recognized the Section 22 provides a penalty of We believe that the average will deal with the opposition that $300 4.nil 4HO.\.(.. track In- lhlllK' *lde _ _ !

l'lthwi I was sick and ye vlsL danger of the a $500.00 fine burden will be has thus far been encountered l by trackM. A. 1. .
4h] m<' Journey and offered or Imprisonment not not more t than $10 to $43,nti4.no. Hnl"aY-UI403.00 NO'IMI I') OK Arl'I.I'I'IO' J'OI I .
. i was In prison, and ye the of faith. exceeding six months both for the sales tax law. In the same man- We ha I T\A UI'::. .
f d m, prayer "We admire or per person per annum; and no man : ti'iderstg'netI: I; do hereby cer r f '

Ii me ''III''" me. 40. Inasmuch as Ezra's faith in God's promise, but violations of the act. who has the money to buy, will be ner in which the opponents have 'I a iCy I rue that I and the correct abovu' ;and:lint: foregoing of I the: real I Is I II "Notice 1* hereby given, that Ruby it ( I .O,

It unto one of theJst should Section 23 dealt with It. and In doing so I and MPT-Hoiial I A. HIYP. holder ,a f Tax Certlflcata 4 \ I :
tl |hays done we not neglect our own efforts provides that if any required to pay. property CII tin I : No. IS5 day of July ; )
I II, ,of these my brethren ye Mid duties. We should pray part of the act shall be declared It has been estimated by con- will take for the basic> document /eqtmllscm.the I ( iCy Council. sittIng UN a."b'nli; han filed Hald cert Iflcati. 11. ounce 192(1. I L I [11

'D] ire (lorn \II unto me. for the recovery of a sick friend, unconstitutional that the remain- servative people In our community, the advertisement of the retail In wltneH whereof we hpr.by "lb. and iHHtie m.ul.allpllllol for" tax deed with to ji I .

l 10 prayer 0 that my ways were but to refuse the aid of a physician der shall be considered, valid. and among them, some who were merchants of Jacksonville In the Hcrlbe our. name. on the dale abovementioned. law. Sntd. certificate. .mlrac.. the '\ .

I reeled III> keep Thy statutes! or surgeon i Is going beyond the Section 24 provides for the repeal not originally partial' to this form Jacksonville Journal of June IS, Chairman c. r. noovisn. -d following In JJradford dencrlbed County property, "'Iorld.HI,ual-to- ;, II :'1\.1

) ___" bojunds of faith. When the devil ; of conflicting laws. of taxation, that the two percent This remarkable advertisement, I City of City I Council Florida.I, wlt : .," ': J ,>,f";

::11" I II said to Jesus "Cast thyself down ; I Section 25 provides that it shall will produce double the:! amount feel, did not emanate from the C. ATTKST- IHlrke nnnrter Southwest of Nnrthcunt quarter quarter.of Northwest, Section t }j"" .

I ItI' SUNDAY SCHOOL, for lie shall give his angels become effective on enactment. that we estimate the tax provesto minds of the merchants them J't'I'I'U, 8-fl-3t-8-30. 16 Towrmhlp 6. Mouth Range 2: ""I."j, '
I Ciy
/ LESSON!" The selves, but rather from the mind of eonlalnh'l 10 acre. '
charge of thee. Jesus replied Simplicity of OX'rullon| be excessive, this may be "H..m.nl of Hald property I.

: ___________________________________________I Ib "Thou shalt not tempt the Lord A study of the proposed law will promptly and easily\ cured by an some, perhaps misguided and certainly %TUH (40' 'l'I'I.I"'rIO' FOIITt.V under In the (..rtl'ol..issued wa ,".
name of. 5 ,
], thy God." prove that it Is exceedingly simpleIn amendment of the percentage misinformed paid propa 1)1)1011Notice ) CitIes, ;
KOH !SKPTKMIIKH: : ; I, 1IB I I pro- Ille""11111. Ihnl be redeemed .
its operation.If vision. gandist.! rdll II a deed I { ,
Subject Ezra's return to Jeru- This h..r..y given, that I n W. I I I l Issue I Ih"rl.n on I Iho Oth day of ,: )' ,
ritKSIIYTMU.lN: : any person not engaged in But If the tax produces no more itdverttaement commences Moore, h"ld.r .f TI" IVrtllli-nte I' N,,. wil A. n. I IB29. 'I" '
'l'em business makes any sales or exchange than we pmphecy for It. It will be wllh the statement that a sales tax SIS,, 4th .day of A. 11. 1U27, han "f'l.rh.r.I 6th day of. August, A. 111' \\
Golden Text: "The hand of our I I.ui mill! "'",'IU'II.I I In my olllce undmailv 1). ='
all them for thatk Services Sunday September 1, as of property covered by the possible for us to obtain from it would be an outrage and that all a" ia I lax .dt.eil to IH- ( ..ml.O.. W. At-moriMAN 4 q I l '
I I is upon good classes SIlO thfii'on I In acrnidiiiicp with I law. Clerk of Circuit ':onrt. [ '
follows: act, a return must be made, and the following benefits: our people should' join Br..I. :Ii 4 "
Hull] I( .'
omlnari'it" ,
him Ezra 822. 1..I'lfllt I tu f.l"w- ford GOlnty, il : :,:
10 a.m. Sunday school J. M. for any person engaged In businessa First and foremost the entire with the merchants to defeat It ; InK. d"'rl" prom-rlv .1111" 8-D-Gt-O-e \ ;"

LPSBOII Text: Ezra 7:0-10: ; 8.21- Truby, supt. l Lesnoii topic "Ezra's like return must be made upon elimination of state ad valorem and It Is called a "vicious scheme". ,North.. half, t,}NorthwcKt,'lor .: ,I tO"'ItI'J t/, / ".1

II !I2 Return to Jerusalem." the gross monthly sales. This return taxes on real and personal property The Intemperate quality of this Hccllon 20, Tiiwnnhl| 7 Hoiith quarter Uunic :: OK .*IMM.I4'TIOKOIl f 11\! }' '
1'\ \ IM<:IINotice : > '
of the ,

rIll bulltllng temple unr 22 KiiBt: ( NO 'J
11 would be made form I the mill language: Is Perhaps Its best, refutation 'untllnlnl 1.'rll. G
Morning excepting
Zerububhel had been delayed a. m. worship, sermon upon a one required "h" nOMO"Mn.nt of property) : '
by the pastor, theme, "The prescribed and distributed by the by the constitution to be but we will\ deal with 'It utiili-r I h. Maid,i riTtIllrnle I (turned wan l IH hereby Ilv.n. that Hnby : (. i
r !it* ,i-nem'es so that it requir- In the I In I tha name of l'n It no wui. A. HnyeH. holder CirtlrlcnteNo. ii I .'
light of what
: twvntv to complete it. Saving Name." state treasurer which would not levied for schools they have put I'nl"I ", tiuld. "-(iflcati'I Nlml I I ln re- 41-i. 41 h day ,of .1 tily. A. ]D., 1927, ,\ :
years 8 p. m. Evening worship. The be longer than a half page letter By doing this, it will remove forward as the basis of this drastic ilni.Mieit a.f..lnl, I I In In x deed IIIIH I1U'I Hiild certificate. In tny, otHceand !
). The returned Jews did not ad- will I"NI" h.r..n on the Oth day of made I application for tux deed
young people of the Christian: Endeavor and might be in the following from the legislative arena that I opinion. Helitemher. A. I). 1929. to :iHHiiei thvruon In accordnnca: with I'
.;; 'e to their ancient government Society will have chargeof form: much mooted question of equalization It is stated that there is now l 'utt>il thin 6th day oC August A. luu iv. Huld, certificate embrace the !+

:) J Herbrew religion. They be- this service. Subject: "The _____________ _, Florida. between counties: I before the legislature, a sales tax I. I I(:! O. W. AMIHHMAN.: following In Bradford, dencrthed County liroperty Florida Mltuiiited r ;:"1 I II .
i mingling/ with people of oth- Church and Labor", Miss Elizabeth ___,1:________.__, 19___. It will provide six and one half bill that would cripple the business ( I'al Clerk of circuit, Court wit : 10"i.;. .
natlons and intermarried with TJrudforil County, KlorUla. \VeHt half of Hontheant unrter| of 1
' Kendrick leader. To Honorable W. V. Knott millions per year for schools.It of the state and put a tro- 8-9-6t-9-0, I. Norlhwent qiiurler, Motion 20 TownHhlp .''i
/I 'm The( work of the Lord was mendous and unfair burden X, South I Hangu 22 containing ,
The prayer meeting which was State Treasurer, will provide at leant five mil- upon lt. i I'' i
and the acren.The
'locted walls of Jeru-
! suspended during August, will\ be Tallahassee! Florida. lion dolars per year of additional! the people.At !!"TU'U! OK .'lol'I.U'\'IO' 1"Olt ; nHHeHHinvnt of nnlil property
em were not rebuilt. Probably resumed next Wednesday. Subject Dear Sir: revenue for county bonds, and will the time I the advertisement T\A II.J.U: under I the Hald: certificate I I Imiiieu wan .
I In Me of .
after the completion I tin lue (Ira ii Hpeed.UnlAK
ty years for meeting, "Our Lord's Ascension I hereby report that my gross thereby effect Immediate and adeQuate was written there wns no general Nut' h'" IH hereby, Ilv.'n. I hat ('. T.. Haiti c",'II.'lt. "hal be redeemed '
ilie templo messengers carried and Promised Return." sales for the Inonth of ____amounted relief from county taxationnow sales tax bill before the legislature Carter. holder of 'rlx ttit'at. No. I n".ln. i > II t deed I',
l k t 10(' riabylon the news of 48, 41 Ii day of, .1'lIly, A. I 11. I ( IIIIM will I".ue t he.on on the Itt I h day !,
A cordial: Invitation to all our to ____ dollars; and I hand required' for tho payment of nor was It contemplated that /any It 1-ti xal lt l certificate I I In my 1\27. andm of Heptemuer, A. P. 1929.

iditlons at Jerusalem. Ezra, a services extended to all. you herewith toy check for _____ Interest and sinking: fund installments 'would, be actuually! Introduced at sd,> implication for tax "deed to IH- 1)I .lnl..1. hula 51 Ii day of .\llu81. A.
''ert ii",lbe of the law went to Hula thereon, In IW..I..llln.I ) with i I I law. II:! i
A dollars In payment of the two per- ; and It will thereby give either the neutral 1 or special Reunion. Hald (*, i omliraueH the f.l.l"wlnM (I.V'. AMIHHMAN.Seal .
:ii < i. king of Babylon, and 1'IIIST C'HKIHTIAN CIIUICI'Bible cent tax thereon, as required by more stimulation to the marketfor Neither would the hill put I I 'rlll.lh'''I..rlb... iiriiperlv, ci t on t sit ( ) IlradfordCounty Cli-ilc of Circuit Floiida.Court, "t.
I I I C" L"I.,ri.l ln, towltNort ,
Idl( wine request about going: to either I'\\ ty
] I law. Florida securities tlian allY1 a tremendous or unfair bur- hi'iutt ii iuarlt.:: \ I >r of Northwcntiiuarlcr 8-o-nt-n- J
'II al'-m! to reform conditions. School and communion Yours very truly 1 thing: yet proposed, not exceptingthe
e King/ i Ezra 13-26)) issued services each Lord's Day at 10 ------------------ Brown-Crummer-Curlton plan.It the !paragraph that follows The lIMIt iiftMcHHincnt:' of ttuld propertyiindfr :O'I'IJ or 'IMTF.lfN: I, I.I.J .' "I.

Ezra a commission: to gatherI o'clock. State of Florida" will further provide two and this statement the tremendous I tie Hald cortlHcate I I I Ixnutxl WUH Notice I I. hereby given that tinder- ,
I 1 In I Iw nuiiK' of SI us. .1\V.I'n"h'I I a n,1 by virtue of tha\ certain, Final ,
laki! with him "all which are Church services morning and County of ______________ one half dollars per year additional and unfair burden la:! described.We '"" Hald ct.i.tlc.l. .hal re- liecrce of forecIoHtire made nnd rendered

), ntlEil, of their own free will too evening of the first Sunday in .______:._____, being first duly general revenue for the coun- find from t this deHcrlntlon deemed will I Issue at',thereon',,,r.l I ii I. (he ,ilth deed of on July noth" A. JI'J l :; 1929. by '
on day :
silver Honorable A. /. AdkiiiM of t the
carry and gold each month by the pastor, Bro. sworn deposes and says that he t'e8, which in the light of recent that It IH the addition l"It.r. A. l n. 1029.I) Twonty-nlxth Juillclal! Circuit In and ,

IiI the king and Ills counsellor DIxon, of Jacksonville. Is the taxpayer above named and court decisions would doubtless be of one cent 011 the dollar on theContnued 1) Gth day of August, A. for Bradford" county, Florida' In I that '
'offered unto the God of Israel / 121.n. certain CIIUHO wherein! U C. I'owell
that the foregoing return Is true distributed as collected from the \V ALDERMAN la complainant I and Kllu:I J'urker: uu rut
and, the freewill offering of the ( : on page 8. ) (Seal!) Cleric or fit'cult CUlrt. others defendant, the under-
1.\WTI'nTIIUlST: ; ( and correct. val'lous.conntles, but in any, event Ilradford County, Florida. nre .
vpuclal' lilMnter, will Hell 'ii'
>pit for the house of their
--------------------- that much more relief from the for 'hat' I lie highest and: hiast bid l
i% 'I'iiI'i: rMTF.ii 5i'" %'ria:! tut.TitH" :
d'I and to do whatsoever shall Family day will be observed at Sworn to and subscribed beforeme burden of county taxes would be !' ('0 111'1'. MiiiTiiriiN' : i>i<4. ,Ie,'. of the courthoiiHa door
m Rood; and be needful 'UIICT OF Fi.oiimt. ] 01,' i 'i.ic\uifv I In 141 ii rk e, llrndford county, ,
the Grace M. E. Church\ Lawtey, this ____ day of ____, 19____. obtained.It 'O'I'U'I' 1"01 Monday, )Heptemher 2nd rlorll.. I .,
I : : UI I
out, of the k'ing's'treasure September 1st, 11 a. m. Every will further provide a fund \ n 1':1 1929 t during I the 1 legal hour ot Hale
-------- ---- --- .
lllnnkriiiitrr. for the of satisfying liiiiuift
use family Is specially requested to be Notary Public State of Florida. of five hundred thousand dollarsfor In the matter of KooMllS' : : FIVIO & Notice IH hi-rehjt given I hit I). W. na I decree.purpoHe thene ... I landn: lying -
By the king's decree all scribe's be TI':.; CK\T HTOURH.: ,sc'., of staikcand Moore. holder of Tax Ctrl I I a No. ansI being In .rlall ,
be present. The subject will\ This return In the case of cor- advertising Florida. This Is Irndrnr1 county
Wlldwood In the countle of .IfH. 4th day of July. A. Ii. l'12'l!', IIIIHftk'd dpHcrlhe.il.1 :
_ ests and others working at the "The Influence of the Home." poration would, of course, be varIed an Item In which every member tired ford anI' l "Kumter Tin ii k to pt. mi M. ..rlll""I"I( In my olc.! and Fln/'hl.The half ILI of the HoutheuHfnuurter
"1ple were exempted from taxes Notice |Is hereby given to the n1.11 I tax ".p,1 I- fnulh HoiilhwuHt ofHmtlon
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching to permit of the making of the of your honorable body should be eredltorn of the above named bankrupt silo thci'fon I In aor.lanc. with I lii w. (23)iUfirtur Townnhlp ,
Twenty-two ,
and Ezra should execute Judg- 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every return and Its verification by the directly Interested. that the trtiHtee h.rell will nell Said rertlllcate er br.(". I ho follow Six l-Hotith( ) Hange Twenty-two: .
nt according to the Mosaic law.en Pastor. authorized officer ot the One at the bunkrupt'H place hiinlneHHat I ing dem'rllmd property: t nltuattil I l In ((22)) Kunt: 20 acres more .,
Sunday. 11. E. Starrs, agent or supposed authority on Florida Wlldwood on Augnwt 31. IJI29, at I III,iiiirmil County, Floi-IMa i : tu-wlt: I I : 'leu. ""IIILfllll
our lesson begins: corporation; and the language of conditions has criticised the 10 o'clock A. M the following prop Null' hwi'Ht quarter" of Nurlh..t or n. I'':. KMOIIT.

"This Ezra went up from Baby- UK.VL: KST.XTKXI: ] ) TAXATION the return shohld be amplified per- state because, as he claims Its citizens mr: ,Stock Dry (of Ooixls;Toy Crockery, Hardware, Huiulv-, Nov-i iliiurler.Kange, 22. Section l lutst, containing 2H Township 40 ..'..H. I Ppeclnl Master In Chancery. 4 1

n, and, he was a ready scribe in haps to Include remittance by pos- are "county minded." If this .Ic. Store. Fixture and The nHHuKHiiient irf Hiilcl, proleu'ty. Solicitor A. H. CII'WM.. ,
.. (Continued from C. ) "rn I ii re. under the Raid certificate iMMiied wits
law page
Moses and there tal money order or other form of criticism la just It is peculiarly I 8-2-51-8-30.
applicable The trustee will also sell a similar' In the nIm. of J. I I.. HoiiMer. .
nt up Home of the children of Injunction shall be granted unless legal payment. to the advertising that has stock at the bankrupt place ofbuHlnpHH t'nh'". .nld certificate Ihnl be redeemed -
Inciited at Htnrke on Augunt according i to deed. .MITK'!'! OK Ntl.M OK" HS.aoil S IX
acl. and of the priests, and the application shall have first been Machinery of Hfttlliig, the True been attempted by the various municipal 51. 1929 at 3 o'clock p. ni. Kach will I Issue I h".uI" on lie I)I IIX. iY ofHcnteinbfr : ('11SF: lIlY OK ,
files and the singers and the made to the state tax board by Amount I>no I IK Eccedingly: and county authorities stile! will stand' for confirmation at n I 1112!! < 1'1':1 IIOMI1N 'I'UU.1. -
the undernlgned rd- thin 5th day of August, A. ______ .
rters re.tnb.ror" Int..1
and the Nethinlms. Ar- appeal and unless the state tax Shlll.l"Tbe throughout the slate.The'appropriations. ur.e hllmptllLI.ly after Hale. I D. 129.' I

id Buys "These various class- board has refused to correct the act defines the basis upon that have nat.d Florida August ri. \V. Ar.nFI1AN. 1829. ( Clerk City of I llio I'lty of Htarke,
were needed for the elaborate error and unless the complainant which the tax is to be calculated been made by the various municipal -' >fonaAN v, joNKS, fS."L\ Bradford (' l1r'ut """lcf.rd l'ouncl y, Florlilu. will re .

vices of the temple. The port- shall give bond. and the percentage. In the eventof and county authorities through I It Referee In Hankrnptcy. 8'P-H-P'1 ) < .$8OHO.UO..Iy....1.1. of bid the for('ity the pnrrhnne' .of, .'

and Nethinlms were helpers This section provides that if dispute as. to an amount due, Florida for advertising purposes) .NOTICIJ or AVI"I.ICVIIOrou liondN, up und i In.I"II'1 I eight o'c toi'it i

rvants) ." complainant shall Jail to procurea ample opportunty! is accorded by have doubtless been considerable 1''lfJ'IU'I': ('0"1'1'.1":1. ".t""UI.al'""'r''I.: :' 111-.IHi- r.\\ i :.. p.I 11129 m.. ,Hiild of the city hunI' me.f tl\t.\,. fluted A. D., '',

Ezra gathered about 1700 men decree that the amount claimed the act for application for reassessment in their aggregate but Ineffectual 1'1\1' 0' FI.OHIOl the first day July A. D.. 1929,
'ide women and the decree either the slate treasurer because'of Innkrll''Y Note. I I. hereby given that II. W. are Cit !f'. aerial of One ThouHiind -
children by him is correct or if by the 'fact that they are I o 1.1 er of Tux Certificate I No. denomination, nich und are to t 4SI
''biibly about 5,000 in all. They fixes the correct assessmentIn or, in the event of dIssatisfaction divided, and an over-lappIng. duplication I' I will dell. at publIc auction I theireneral 1157. tub day of July A. 1>. 1H27. lists bear IntereHt at the rate of six percient I -'
| ptorp furnitureHnd
"( ,
.t Babylon on the first day of thet excess of what the complainant with that result, by the and Interference of adver. fixtures.hlnlh.1"'al.1 In the Roarer filed nalil., .&.rll.ul. In lax my deed ofllcn to nndninilii IHBII per, on annum the Flrnt, puyabla,il.iv of senuiautiutity January- rg

month (about the middle of claims It should be, then he state tax board, and ultimately if tising ideas has been the result. Klve and Ten Ont'. Htorn at Sturke, I I thereon I In accordance' with I luw.Halil und July of ruth) year with interest I
at 3.00 .Iock .
rMarch:\ ) and reached Jerusalemthe should be, then he should pay the found necessary, by the courts. With BO considerable a sum employed dlY.1.1011,1.AUI. 31:, I 1929.!),.!!!) p. m., t'Llur- ,(.rll.ll"I properly vmhrnr ululated the following In- "oUI"U.iou ere.t (Ala'hol/I t IIIJ Liy .llondit principal, are pnyuhlH and- t afl

first of the fifth mouth penalties for .a failure to pay the The present attorney general Intelligently In advertising; jfd/al. wil ho for spot cotillrnuttlon rah and' nub-of HI.lldr..1 County, 1.'lnrlII I us-w II: at lanov.rlo".1 Hank, tH
Imnedillt. : of ,iiuurter ofNorthestat
tout the middle of July) At tax, together with the costs of the thought so well of the provisionsof the whole state a much more ben- the refere. .t <1''lrl.r Mevtlon IH! Township New The amDlnl'Ciy. bond offered for "

river Ahava near Babylon they suit. this act in reference to the creation -' flclal and effective result rould be In II. W. HKNO, 7, South I tango 22 KuMt, ton- sale In 'H,0110.00' and principal f

,'Hert! for some twelve days to Section 15 Is the distribution of a state tax board that he' obtained. 2t. 13fl K. Tru.h.Hay Ht. Jacknunvilla bankruptcy,. Fla.8232t. t.llin., ;aBHi-BBiiiunt 2l> licres.: of unlit property of IH.YIII.BIIIII City In, series Il'ind .rri one,. .Iue to nine and 'I''

ncr further recruits and to section of the act. It providesthat availed himself of.some of Its pro The funds provided by this act under the said certificate' IBBUBI waIn y".r. r."e.lv.ly. from date there 1
the name of WIllMattalre.UnleH Hum each 3
.t t and, pray for "a right way for one-half the moneys createdby visions in prescribing the machinery will also provide a fund of five I ..\uTiti,; ( iii'c'i'iovI. : : said e.rlleal. shall bn redeemed o.hllh. Hccepteil' eight year. I l I

and for our little ones and for the tax shall be retained by the for state tax adjustment whichis I,hundred thousand dollars for highway ) '.(.. lax deed o'clock 'lnt, on Mept.: :'rho A.. It.. :
will tliervoit on fill day ofBeptemher bidder to ", '
11129 are
our substance." The gold ander state for state purposes and shall now in operation. It is to be beautification TIle recent Harold ('. Wnl, mayor of the 1..Ie A. 1. 'Ih" dpl'.1 with C! A. "' u. Clerk f" \

which Ezra was to take to be applied: doubted that very many cases will I controversy with a tire company Pity of Htarke, 'I"rlda.me by l i.y virtue law. dohereby ofauthorlt D Jutted 11)211. (liii Oth day of AUII.t. A. certified/I.I City ('nu.(' nel. Htark to., 1'lor.hL. r"I ,

asalem was estimated as 40 per c
'"h four million dollars or fit n 4. Is to be further doubted that I the roadways of Florida are admIrable at by the the city qualified voters Ih. aforesaid on TueMday city (Seal) Bradford Clerk I of County Circuit, Florida.Court I be rl payaiI.. to the City ot tt.rk. .ta. )j'',

,re rhe roads were infested 40 per cent to the general revenue even a less number will ever reach ; and It is. a truism to say Hc-ptember loth, 192!). for I the purpose 8-S-1-0-8 FI All speCify I he- '
of the .ha1
electing following Ihld"r /
,h robbers and there was dan- fund. the courts. that they are and if their develop On. mayor. olcer.: I amount ( for ana the !!

ref theft and murder. 5 per cent to the state board of Since this act was drafted and ment U continued one of the best cine clerk aldrrman., treasurer and tax col \()'l'I'Pil: or TAX'l'I'/U'\'I'IO'i>!':::11 ,'Oi comply limit within with which the : the' .,1,1 Wil r I I. ,

So they fasted and prayed to health. printed in pamphlet form num- systems of roads In the whole le't or. ter notlc I Is "I"r'"t Clerk or !

d for protection and Ezra says, 5 per cent to the state prison erous applications for copies of it country will be in Florida, but in one One tax mamhalInpertorn assessor. Notice I* hereby given that I'). W. I ht .al..hi. c"uII.1 delvery can I

id he was entreated of us." fund. have been received from other many of the localities highway of Katd election, F*. A. 417 M.nr.I 4th holder day of of July Tux, C.rtt.ll.. I has No. The certified cheek above referred ," f
!2. to IH to a* a a-uranutea. \ I
Scott, H. S. T. N, Ken- be "
er! advertising These copies have been beautification could be Humphrey. filed nalil and 1'0,1.,1 '
prayers were answered and 5 per cent to the state states. employedfor drl.-k. mails e.rtlh'OI. / my of full the bid pubmitted ,
Protection given. Of course fund. furnished and doubtless In the the purpose of rendering these In tentlmonpy whereof I hereunto issue ..pl".I.n accordance tax deed with to and In the event of the acceptance !ll 1
of such hid and the falluroon I
future laws of a similar nature roads far attractive and far subscribe my name an.i j entice lhs law. Hnld certlfcitte the I I \
beautlnco- more
Babylonian king would have .5 per cent to a road near Meal of the MitUI, city tr b. hereunto following deHcrlboil flb.e" ltuated the part of the bidder to com t" s :

'nlshpd. soldiers to guard them, tlon fund to be expended under the will\ be placed .upon the statute more alluring to both visitor and fixed thin 7th day of. August, A. in Ilradford county property"Florida* to-- hall ply with be coiiHldvred the term an thvreof lliiutdate' name 1.,i''

,t Ezra said "For I was asham- supervision of the state 'road department books of many suites. Aftera prospective settler. U. 1921.! HAtlOLD C. WAtJ wit Northwest: quarter of Houthwent damage* and b. retained by the 1. :, ; .

'to rblUlre'of the king a band considerable correspondencewith The funds provided by this act Mayor. Quarter r SectIon TownshIp: l, City Council.Haiti bond. ar under Chap- \

soldiers and horsemen to help Section 16 provides that the remaining the tax commission of the : will also provide for a fund of five C.ATTKSTs A. KIJTfTf: acre 1. 22 1.u3.t: containing: tar 9298 of the .(l l"u.t 'Jaws of the t\t''f' '.

aKalut the enemy in the way; I one-half shall be remitted state of Georgia the commission I hundred thousand dollara for the City Clerk. <-U4t0NOTICH Tha assessment of aid propertylauder : 1923 al"('I(,.t Chanter the Florida|10421: $ of I."glHlutureami the Xpe-' t .

awe We had spoken unto the I to the counties to be applied reported recommending the pass tate board of health and will In the the name ald of certificate Unknown.' issued wa del Iuw.of the 1927 !IvglHlature soil ": I

19. 'aylng, the hand of our God !: 1-4 to the schools; 2-4 to outstanding age of an act similar to the one make possible the creation and UnleH .a1d ("rtll'al. shall I" red to b. ""the," for I the purpose of of financing 'J I S

upon the event have prepared, and based upon maintenance of a wonderfully efficient em.d I. tax l.. hard Ir.tlnK. whhmlnl r
all them for, good that indebtedness and In we Notice I.I hereby given to all concerned wil IMIIUV the Hill day Ihe /nd hnlr"vlnA ,.hi"r ,
It him" county the Information received from us. system of health supervision 1..r.) Oi of certain streets In .h. eMtarke
that the
How many of us have there are no outstanding City Counci of the 'hl6t i'of Hradford county Florida. t .
h faith? How many believe in bonds, then 1-4 to the schools; The Georgia house of representatives and preservation; and the publication City of Btarke, FlorM. sitting an a'' I').Dated August, A. The City council reerved the t

d'i 1-4 to the gen- has recently passed a sales and dissemination of Hoard of Pbluinllsers| on TueHday, 12.O.. W. AM1KH.MAN. right to reject any and all hid.. ,i
and are willing to and the remaining August eth lly order of the City Council ot
( A. I.) 1D2', made the fol- (Heal Clerk of circuit ('
Yon them? But, while Ezra be- eral revenue fund. I tax law which taxes both whole- health statistics as a part of the lowing changes In the tax aNeNN tlradford County, Florida."url. the City of Stark llradfol"I.coUnIY, .1. .Ii
ved providesthat sale and retail sales. The vote advertising of Florida. merit roll a* nleil by the City Tax Florida. "I'
m prayer, he also took pre- This section further Assessor for 1923. NotIce I further 8-P.G-9-t c. F. finnven. .
'IUon to protect' the wealth en- the remaining 1-4 of the 1-2 was 115 to 66. which is quite a This act will also provide a fund gIven thai tha Pity Coun"l. will Chairman City lou ncl of ii l C-s
of five at to be Urti I %0'1.I'f1 Of "PIOI.I'TIU'! KOI City of I4 :
"ted counties In coun- healthy majority. hundred thousand dollars m..eLnl held '
to him. lie "separated 12 Jhat goes to the day at the City Hull In 'rA UIU: ATTKST: etr
the hlef of the-prlesU and ties where there are outstanding Already articles are appearingin per annum for state prisons. atarko at .: p. m.. will C. A. J'U'lr Clerk. 8lS4ilJ.

of their become a part of the I the financial newspapers and To those of us who are familiar hear from a iou.tC owner or aarent I Notice I I" hereby given that D. W. }f.I ..I'
and shall
brethren bonds a desire and file complaint holder of Tan .'I' H
I M."re. Certificate No. 1 OF "1. 11'1IG. I
''Shea Unto them the 'silver, and general revenue fund of the coun- periodicals noting the increasing with present conditions In Florida a. th. V.lllton. a* llxvd 135.! < 4th lay of July. A. I)., 1927 has 10"'ICt { .
Mid .. Interest In what are called "turn this fund Is more necessary than by Ih.said (: ual.r,. and alil certificate In my oinca and .
and( said unto them H AM. h ar ,,* why t made application for tax deed to Ipiie .- Sixty day after date h"1..f on
watch ye. and them un- Section IT provides that all expendItures over taxes which is the name the casual observer might sup h I Jnth thereon In accordance with law. to-wlt: the 17th day of .phmber. 1.
Ye keep adopted to indicate a sales tax. pose. With the multiplication of I'J' original Town )fr.. Said ..rttcal. embrace the following 1939 I will prevent tothe llonorabloOeo. '
weight them S at Jerusa- shall be made pursuantto Annie l.tlt-U51 to '1000. d."crlh.1 property situated In A. U.rdln.r. county Judge, of 8 j
'." This laws with reference to It would seem that this U the offenses, there is a corresponding One feet H of SR cor. i Cuun s to-wlt: Bradford rounty, Florida, 'f I Ior. i
Is a good lesson as toQdllng existing warrantsand I direction In which the entire coun- multiplication in the attendance of Pall and Court streets and run I I (North half of I'lorida.t quarter and final account .mXd. f H I
money of a. church and budgets appropriations El on Call street 43 1-3 feet South and South half of Houtheavt quarter trator of the estate of len1I.I. { ,/ I
[ branches. requirements as to manner try is looking tor relief from the at the state prison farm at Hal- iJ'A ft. Wet 41 I.S it, North 62% and ..t Three-quarter of Month Drown decmied. and ak t tj i
In of filial other
these days ascertainment or too great burdens upon, real es ford. We are collecting: a variety feet to b.l. Mm. J. L Fra.. and half of Houthwent quarter Section approval and m,discharge AA *ucltadmlnlctrator. ;Jl : ,
wrecks sometimes from or method of Minnie -11600 $2000. 21. South Range 24 East, I
'eIe' or dlsbonest of Inmates some of whom are entitled All lot 2 (.x lot eoO 22 feet East 'n''II''lf2l acre*. This lath day of July, A. t>. 119. tl
methods of disburSement
tate.The Possibilities ot the Tu: to the full limits of the hoo.1 of NW cor of said 2 on Call Street of paId property J. C. TERHKL.L. Ii 'f
paling the mont of others we Section 18 Is the most interestS and run South 34 f..t. Kant 314 under the:said ortltlcate issued wan 7-U-M-9-1J ,AdmlnUtrator.Jf2 ''j1:'

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f ub''', 16, I' ,dl" ,, SIP,,,' II IIIIIIIAI,,,,,,,, In," ,? i'," i, 4 1, ,n' 1111'' (If some newspaper men had $2000 ItUlL L'MTATiM,; : l TAXATION !1---It is our latest and i I"UUMHla. _

Bradford County Telegraph they'd sew It to their uuder hlrtn. .

:' FROM OTHER PENSV V-Times-Union flow many news- (Continued from page 7.) The only other ch, ,
1877 ,1
fly ', Established paper men know what is an under- price of every article or commodity this remarkable artii, U,. ''I,

-- -. ..dIIJIIIIIIIIMIIIN/IllllIilllll"IIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllll, $ / , llllltlIIIIIIIII'llllllll"'IU,"," "' "IIOIIIIIII' ""-', c. IP'il'III'P,' VIII, II".alsulu,, _,_'__ ':'.:niinuuminonnrv: ,, shirtStarke Telegraph We wold. We subhlt that the burdenIs ment that the Florid;, I
and" Entered Second: Class know it Is a darned uncomfortable neither tremendous nor unfair, the Florida men.II I! I'I'
Published Weekly on Fridays Tampa wants for
four years from now h.. and Robinson "
i thing to wear In hot weather. stand
any tax ,
The opponents next ask-Why marl; l h"i ;
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. hundred streets. How about Bo-I of the Starke Telegraph and this -Palm Beach Independent.The does the state need the revenue? With this suggest, i w, ,"i ihearl'Iy
Ha street: ?Tlraes-Un'oa.'! That'll i fd.tor: will be I twanging! harps In '! In ,III'
be In- accord Undoes ,'
S. Matthews____ ____________ _____Owner and Publisher leave one the name won't It. New Jerusalem, We"don't' know state press Is hoping Joe The reply could multiplied not Increase the\ '"
definitely. Suture It to say that It i I" 1,, ;:
J. C. Robinson_________________________ Managing Editor -0-Ceo! stand.how much heat harp tttrlngs will Earman will\ reconsider his, Inten- needs it for the purpose of govern- On the contrary, n ap, i d II
-Clermont Press. You bet tion of suspending the Palm Beach
1r tax burden
ment on the one hand and to remove present aver, d"| ,i ,
---- ----- The four "g's" of I Ii!
J ---
1'r.-' + -- -- a bridge party: ter by worrying about the temper-' Independent, August 23rd. Jo ar- number of
persons ,
I an unfair burden from real now p i ,I. ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE gabble ature at which a shovel will\ explode man and Benjamin make us a com- the other. os, and thereby reduci.', In
property on
.E Rumble Don-Palm Beach Independent bination not to be found I'll'
on any The statement la-next made that den on the one hand, ,mil, ,
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance gobble ?'' ''Q
$1.50 .
Yearly, ; other publication in the county, Into the, taxpaying frui.. ;.
the measure that is already before I M
git.-Exchange. (u|
Rates Application. ---0- and It business conditions
on must
those who
the ,
the legislature and likely to be enjoy proi. < i ? ,.
-- -- It Bradford county farmers force suspension, it be short ?tl
may a benefits of our governm, ,
approved will give the'state all ,
Bradford county Is not near the would take 'J|li,
T' r up tobacco growing, one. Starke Telegraph Thanks,
other. In addition
The saddest day of the year-the last day of vacation. sea, but the county has villages they would have another rash crop Buddie; one of the sad things the revenue that Is needed. gradual method by to, '''I, ,11,

by! the name of Hoatdraln and coming in now,-Starke Telegraph -, about suspending Is that we won'tsee This statement, In the light of win: ,.,
0 !is taken makes,the .
Bootsey's Beach; and Doatdraln la : If more Levy county I the Telegraph week.- recent history, appears to be er pnvn "I,I,
One editorial writer advises if are easily shocked, try every easy and convenient furBut ,
you certainly an odd name for a town farmers would grow that crop, Palm Beach Independent. roneous.In I would speak

r to avoid the lightning. No cure.; no pay. .Times-Union. there would be lots more ready o the next paragraph, the op- ness to the members 01 ,

o ---oA -- money In the county at this time. UH.\tWOltn LINTY: ponents of the measure who are elation. You i
are pei. ..
: Starke grocery store put on Brontton! Journal. : supposed to be merchants, become ,
tcrested In real I
with estni
Some readers have mixed bank liquidators bootleggers '
all day demonstration last Saturday that 'I(
-- -o- The Bradford County Teachers paradoxical far they complain market, whether for
r'"s making a delivery date for their product. ( on" "How to Eat Bread and Florida republicans are gettIng Association met Saturday. August the burden will\ be upon the people and resale, or for Bur! ,; I ,

o Putter. Guess rule No. 1 was ready for a real plunge in state 17th 1929. In the Bradford High instead of on the merchants. If permanent ownership

"First Get Your Bread and "ut politics. The Democrats are badly School building, Starke. this is the case. then why are the
? A bridge player has discovered that more perfect hands estate market in FJorvi .,I..
lt ter. Mcintosh News. In
need of stimulant and opposI- The meeting was called to or- merchants complaining and why rest of its activities
could bo held at bridge if it wasn't for his wife. -0 tion will put them on their toes.- der by Mr. Futch. Devotional ser- have the people not complained? market is to the bush V ,,

o While Georgia has a 6-cent gas Starke Telegraph. We Democratshad vices were conducted by Mr. Col- The next observation mijolle is country, nfemely; an nidi.). 'I
should be tax, the division one cent/or the better get on our toes and do lier of Lawtey. The minutes of that it Is a vicious scheme to shift ,, ?
According,to travel figures, Canada and Mexico an essential Ingredient i ,
counties, one for schools and four better than we have been doing.Madtsn .- the last meeting were read and the burden of taxation to the 'JI
ap- and ,
ity good times. If 1 II I-1 .
'I I ,
heartily in favor of prohibition-in this country for roads. Starke Telegraph.That's Enterprise-Recorder. proved. shoulders of those least able to
tate market Is good and > ,
r > t h ,,
r --- better than ours with two -0-- "The Aims of the Bradford pay It. This we contend, Is un- other lines to h
ur.St. seem pick! ''II'1|' ,,
cents for the bond houses.-Tal- After a Tampa chain store refused Teachers true. The tourists who come to us
''r ? Tampa's first movie production will be called "Hell Har County Association" was prosper: ; and when It wim v
lahassee State News. to accept his check, a Plant the first topic on the program. Mr. in the winter time will cheerfullypay '
know too well' the depreH .,,
Jacksonville will it's an appropriate title.. '"I! Hi,,
bor. agree City man decided to hereafter do Dowling gave the following aims:' their portion; and those members There
witness0told ensues. can be nn<> \ ,
0 Starke a judge he his trading at home. It forcibly\ 1st. Develop professional spirit of our population who are not Ity or good times In this .1"i, ,."PI'
was a little hard of hearing. The reminded him that if everyone in teachers.2nd. now paying any tax should not object ?
laws defective that among
So many "teeth" in the new are proving less something direct and i,'",,, n,'
I G.'t Judge heard this crack made at Plant City traded in Tampa there To help solve common to paying some, provided the
is done to relieve the
members of both houses should take a mail-order course in his organs of hearing, however, wouldn't be a home bank to check problems. sum they are forced to pay is in bunt /n .
and the witness taxation: upon real estate. ,"n, took a short vaca- on.-Bradford County Telegraph. proportion te their and
dentistry. 3rd. Improve the teaching professIon .- purchases; doing/ of It will not out ,nf/,
tion In the hoosegow.-Times-Un- Nor a home ,to stay in, finally provided that every other person is
-- -QA -- ion. healthy conditions in tin 1 ii (
Lake City Gazette. 4th Plan adopt and carry out required to pay on the same ratio. tate market, but will nl>
t husband kissed his wife on the street in Richmond and "'--0- ---0- <'' ii
an educational program The next statement made Is thatit benefit of UP all\ .
caused traffic jam He was charged with reckless and care- Another mystery remaining un- If, the Ocala Star
a as proplieslzes, 5th. Select a publicity committee would cause untold: Inconvenience The only other OP1>O'", 'J) ,
4 ""' less driving. solved Is why the egg-laying content with the advent of the personal to show the people the needsof and expense to the mer-, act that we have "i-n, .c

at Chipley was put under the property tax on automob'les! comes the schools.Mr. chants and that It would be necessary -, came from a lawyer, and ,
o (
4 state board of education-Starke un epidemic of tag stealing, it Collier dscussed! "The for every merchant to keep : tlou of validity been i
During.the four of its operation the state has furnished Telegraph. Educated hens, silly: should be followedby
years Immediately :
Teachers Obligation to the Association an absolute record of every !sale; constitutional Inhibit"' ,". \
ka'' with free school books to the value! educated hens, of course.-Dron- another epidemic of jailterms ,"
county believes that all and would require additional expert Income taxes. We are II''" red
of $5,702.92. I son Journal. for the tax evaders.-=Starke Telegraph teachers should be loyal, inspire bookkeepers and other help. [ lIy> this criticism: Ln, ''I r

1 f -0- Let's not cross that bridge encourage, help develop social and This, we contend In also untrue. place It Is not an inioni) >
r5 (I Show me a boy with soul so dead. yet. Maybe that Jacksonville law- professional spirit, obey rules and The provisions of the federal income a gross sales tax, \vhkli

T. S. Thomas now controls the destinies of the Dade City! Who never to himself has said yer-representative will\ knock the regulations, attend all meetings; tax law at the present time sustained by our suprfii' i J
As his
k Banner, succeeding Mr. McAlpin, who has been transferred to on bed, broke mornIng'slight law out as soon as he gets aroundto and do his or her best for each require not only every merchant, The only difference Is i:,, ,n I
it.-Ocaa) Star. child with whom he or she comes but Individual subject to the ,
"I every gasoline tax Is a 33 1.:1 1 : ;p
the Plant City Courier. wish the scool'd burnt down
--0Gasoline In contact. law to keep records from which tax on the sale of gaMo'n'hl)
o last night.. sold fur six cents a gal- The athletic coach of Bradford the of sales
aggregate gross maybe the proposed tax Is but _' ;I" i eon
City council of Orlando warns against driving an automobile '""Perry Herald. lon In 189 O. Ah, those were the High Mr. Elmer Ihrlg. gave ,the readily obtained. Having obtained the sales of other onuu,' bar.
good old days-Wauchula! Advo- following points on athletics: ths: information, all that But have ; r'!'
we no quarrel n '
4 with a baby on the lap. Usually they have three or! News Ocala have Star and Tallahassee State cate. The good old days, yes! If 1. Value of physical education. remains for the bookkeeper, or gasoline tax; and but foi, ]ii, 'n

-Sr,, four others in the sam6 seat. substituted bouquetsfor an automobile had happened in 2. Athletics as a character the individual, to doa\ to calculate -' just and unwise IncI'ea.1'/

____ 0V daggers That's better, even If Wauchula or Starke 40 years ago builder. the percentage of the gross have been made In the anunmti-/ '"

_ the bouquets are rather thorny,.- the Inhabitants would have takento 3. Development of citizenship. sales and having done BO, to All the tax, and the unwarriun -,: i''
Some are urging their readers to save a Starke Telegraph. We always
newspapers the woods Starke Telegraph. Superintendent Knight: of Clay out the blank and make the remit- version of it from tile l Ii",, = trunkful or two of the old paper money so their grandchildren vend roses and it isn't our fault Forty" years ago Wauchula was county visited our meeting and tance. This would not require maintenance and supervi> "?

might have something to play with. Tallahassee that they come with prickles.-. nothing much but woods, with per- gave us greetings from his county bookkeepers either numerous or roads, it would still hold it' aIn
State News. haps half a dozen buildings in the
_ association. expert. Any person possessed of our minds as one of the mi'
--0-- 0-- settlement. -*.Wauchula Advocate. Arrangements for the district, even a common school educationand beneficial and convenient! ,"I i
Fox hunting at Keystone Heights during October will Florida Republicans are getting ,,- be held dl's- ,who Is neither
meeting to soon were a bookkeepernor lected taxes that has ever IWIMI" ready for a real plunge in
bring sportsmen from many states to enjoy the thrill of the politics. The Democrats state People of Baker county are complaining The association voted to an expert could Conveniently! vised.In .
are badlyIn of wild hogs invading the join the F. E. A. in a body Mr. perform all that is required of I ,
_ 4 chase across the sand hills southeast of Starke. need of a stimulant and opposition -: any conclusion, I feel thai e."
eastern section of the
will county. Grlllla to mail the checks now and business man by the provisions of do no better than to repeat UP, >,
put them on their toes.-
o- Starke Bradford county officers turned the amount to be deducted from this act the words of a man of with, ,'xpi'

Approximately thirty millions will be needed to fight the won't have Telegraph.a real campaign And maybe next we over a lot of mash near the county the October salaries. The next observation made is fence, who has owned propem\

fruit fly in Florida during the next fiscal year. They could usea year? Bronson Journal. line connection recently between and. there the could two.-bea The following officers were elected that the law would clamp down done business In many stun'" al:
to serve for the coming year: upon any merchant who failed to who has dealt with and beiniu, '
small portion of it to advantage in changing the scent of the -o-- Starke Telegraph. Columb'a '
coun- make
After Mr. G. II. Futch, president, hjs report and remittanceby ject to a great variety of tux leg
a Tampa store refus-
r spray. ed ty officers have also kicked over a Hampton.Mr. the IGth of the following latlon. His opinion of sale ''iu a
to his
accept check a Plant
number of "buck" barrels near E. II. Collier\ vice president, montH'. Our answer to that U that pears upon the pamphlet by mea
--- City man decided to heretafter do
his there recently.-Lake City Ga Lawtey. the law ought to clamp down upon of which we published 1 till n
Tampa Daily Times insinuates there's another "noble ex- trading at home. It forcibly zette.
reminded him that if Miss Mary Louise Caraway, sec- any merchant or any Individual so for the Information of the peep'
periment" going on in California. Bottlers of grape juice Plant City traded in Tampa everyone there in ---p retary, Hampton. lacking In patriotism or pride of of Florida He saId: "It I if ti

paste a neat label on each bottle warning the buyer that if the wouldn't be a home bank to checkon. 1 nual State statement Treasurer issued Knott last, in his an- After taking the roll the meet- citizenship as to fall or refuse to fairest tax ever designed by mini!
Friday, ing adjourned. make either return remittance stud
or We recommend to its
stopper is removed the liquid will ferment. Starke Telegraph. Some Hats 5299034.43 as the total within the allotted time. and in the proposal of It for e

0t home towns never learn that trading at funds in his hands on June 30 DIRT ItS! The next statement made is that actment we solicit your support
An escaped Georgia convict with an aggregate prison son Journal.pays every way.-Bron 1929..Starke Telegraph. Allwe've Mr. and Mrs. IrvIn Manning, the measure is more Russian than -

got to say is, he must have Lawtey, girl, Aug. 23. American. We feel' that this bit Ocala Ocala Manufacture
_ sentence of 145 years was reported headed for Florida. A guy Another-0- mighty big hands to hold all\ that Mr. and Mrs. John Holten, of Intemperance needs no reply Company to establish warehouse

; V with that number of years hanging over him needs to find the mystery remalng un- money.-Wauchula Advocate. Not Starke, twin girls Aug. 24. further than the observation that store peanuts here.
solved is
why the egg-laying con- big, but capable. Starke- Tele- Mr and Mrs. Dewey Bennett
; Fountain of Youth. test at Chipley was put under the graph. Glad to know somebody Is Lawtey, girl. Aug. 25. ----

-- -o- state board of education.-Starke capable of keeping money besides Mr. and Mrs., Edwards, Water-

From Jacksonville comes the tale of a fisherman jumping Telegraph. Probably because that "busted" banks. Wauchula Ad- oak, girl, Aug. 26.
__ hoard is most highly equipped for vocate. .
overboard and lassoing a big jew fish. The only difference be- throwing away "great sluices" of -0-' Graham Mr. and, girl Mrs.Aug.Felton 26. Graves, .': 'u s. ._-. ..,

tween this fisherman and the one who jumped overboard at money on any and every pilfering; Tavares man was sitting on a Mr.. and Mrs. D. F. Young, .

Miami after a tarpon is the specie of fish. scheme that can possibly be contorted hotel porch In a rocking chair Starke, girl. Aug. 27. .--
into the
.+ k o tion."-Mclntosh guise of "educa- when a pocketbook containing $2.- Mr. and Mrs.! Henry Bernslde,
000 slipped out of his .
pocket. lie Starke, boy, Aug. 28. -
p; Senator Fletcher says the tariff is unfair to Florida During -0_ didn't mIlls it until the next morning Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Edmondson,

u'r the season Florida is shipping commodities, the tariff Uncle Ben" says that seventy 'when it was handed to him. Graham girl; Aug. 29.
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f' rate is one-half of what it is when states north of Florida 15 I ---- -- 0

'_ G start shipping the same product, giving Florida one-half the .

protection accorded other states. IMPERIAL THEATRE, Jacksonville I II

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As long as every cent helps, Bradford county citizens 7 DAYS STARTING, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST

should buy their gasoline from companies who maintain bulk
5 SHOWS DAILY 11,1:30: 4:00: 6:30: 9:00:
distributing stations within the county. Bradford county is

credited with the amount of gas shipped into the county to

bulk stations ; dealers and users of gasoline hauled into this The Grandest Show Ever Put On! (

county from Gainesville are helping Alachua county's schools, V

roads and bonded indebtedness. As long as we have to pay j Universal's Glittering, Gorgeous Glamorous Romance of the Ages brought \ Z7-7-/929/ .

our own debts, it is: good business to keep that six cents tax to life on the.Singing, Talking Screen!II Ir

on each gallon at home. I.

_ Charting the Way to
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A property owner in Bradford county and any of the It

Counties surrounding it finds that he is assessed three times t SHOWBOAT Bigger Profits

the amount of tax on his lands in this county than in those r

adjoining. Each acre of land in Bradford pays three times

the amount of state taxes an acre in adjoining counties pay, ,

or Bradford county's acreage of 191,360 is bearing the tax Not with vague optimism, but with clear cut

burden for an area of 575,000 acres. This does not represent

such an enormous amount in taxes but it shows the inequalityof graphs based on statistics collated from reliable

assessments on lands. business reports. They show that in all fields sales
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> are brisk.. The time is ripe to go to banker
.t a Another proof that "monkeying" with the gas tax by the your

.; last legislature was unwise is carried in the monthly report with plans for expansion and development.

of agriculture and substantiates the argument -
,t by the department REGULAR PRICES
F' '? advanced by newspapers opposing the Increase that it

,r would result in a loss to the state through a decrease in gasoline $2.20 in New York-See it at the Imperial, Jacksonville, for 15c and 40c

sales. While June, 1929, showed an increase over the same .
f. month of last year of nearly 300,000 gallons, July, 1929, showed THE GREATEST ARRAY OF STAGE AND SCREEN CELEBRITIESEVER <:

: a loss of over 3,000,000 gallons under July, 1928, the exact IDENTIFIED WITH ONE ONE PICTURE! HONOR ROLL BANK

V figure being 3,071,478 gallons. In dollars and cents this rep- :

; resents a loss to the state for the month of July-the first I EDNA FERBER'S STORY-ZIEGFELD'S STAGE HIT! K. 8, Matthews Trc*. R. J. Davto. Cashier 1

month of the 6-cent tax: on gas--of $184,288.68. A LABOR DAY treat for Jacksonville and vicinity ... .,.. - ilia - -tfIII
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