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, We Want Men of Character In Public Office I l An Independent, Progressive Newspaper, Published On Saturday of Each Wee k Val e III. FLOltlDA, MARCH ,11930 Price ('l Cents Per Copy YenrlT By Mail $2.00 No. 3 ..... .-........ _.. __ M_,_.._ ............... llRll" More City .Employees To Be. Fired DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY OPEN TO BOLTERS OFFICIALS' Chief Thomas HIGH SALARIES Wants Ramos .. NOTTOBECUT Matter Settled Almost One Hundred Work-TUCKER SAVAGE IS TO GET SLICE OF PIE FROM THE CITY Thomas ad Matsen Worried Over Jobs Hoover-Democrats Can Enter Primary Election and Take Candidates' Oath and V ot ers' Oath and Be T echincally Truthful. Detective and His Lieutenant The Democratic p:dmary is op-men Will Probably Be Fired Chief Thomas Gets His Wife To Enable the High Offi-To Hold Conference With cials To lletain Their High Mrs. Ramos To Adjust Jew-Salaries. elry Matter with Peter Ra-mos. More city employees are to '!Je fired to enable the high officials The squabble between Peter to draw their high salaries. Ac-Ramos and Justice of the Peace William Norona certain difficording to reports almost one hun-dred city workmen are slated to culties relating to Mr. Ramos's go. Fully one halt of these will jewelry, has not yet been settled. ry was secreted. Before a detective with the two thieves could reach the place where they had secreted the jewelry someone had arrived at the place earlier in the day and I removed the stolen articles. They declared they had told no one except Mr. Norona, a strong political friend and: supporter of Mr. Ra d The fact that it remains unsettled be dropped from the sanitary e-mos. so far as is known the m .atter seems to give Chief of Detectives partment alone. has not yet been adjusted with Mr. Executive Session Held Fred Thomas quite a bit of uneasiness. Mr. Thoma.s seems to Ra.mos The Tampa Life carried Mayor D. B. McKay called hi!! t"e story about the peculiar disap t have ha.d & part in the affair "< department heads into execu ive pearence of the jewelry and Mr. th t h 11 # someway and perhaps had some-sessioA at e Cly a a ... ew Ramos. was so pleased with the en to the Hoover-Democrats and # th t th ld Makes Frequent To Retirina Head of Sanitary Post I ... or e m erLerence OL e a er-other bolters if they desire to McKay's Patronage men. I always tried to give the the Home of Prominent Al-participate. This information was System. tax-payers dollar for dollar value derman. given out some time ago by vari-in service. My records w!ll show ous Hoover-Democratic leaders that I have succeeded. I do not It has been current rumor for throughout this state, but the genbelieve that a single charge can some time that the detective chief eral public did not recognize the Another slice of pie has been handed out by Mayor D. B. McKay to another one of his political be brought against me personally, is on the skids. It is the report full meaning of this until Attorcronies, Tucker Savage. With the during my twenty-three years' that the mayor intended to fire ney General Fred H. Davis issued appointment of Mr. Savage as su-service in the city's harness." Chief of Detectives Fred Thomas an opinion which suggested ways perintendent of the sanitary de-shortly after the close of the Sout!l and means by which those who partment, there also came a pub-Florida Fair, but the chief is still left the Democratic fold may re-lished report from Fred A. Mc-OIL NEWS FROM hanging oil by a thread. However, turn with discretion. Any HooverKay, the retiring sanitary chief, OVER THE ST A TE he seems to be. quite worried and Democrat who desires to be a can. exposing the patronage system he is making every effort to ke<0p didate in the approaching Demo-used by the city. Resignation of the proper contact with the cr.atic primary will of course be ANOTHER EFFORT FOR man." Fred McKay brought to a close OIL I.Ni MANATEE COUNTY required to take the candidate's Frequent Visits Made oath, the same as any other can-23 years of service with the city. nights ago to issue personal or-thing to do with the breach be-lit l i story that he bought a number of for air-tight economy during tween these two po 1c1t cron es J ...-t f 1 th t th copies of the Tampa Life for dis-Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Provol, of The sanitary chief declare d that he was resigning because his Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dach, of Boston, were prominent "health had been broken by yeara It is said that it was to this end didate, to the effect that he di<'! that the detective chief and bis not vote for the nominees of any righthand man Matsen makos fre party other than the Democratic 'quent visits to the home of alder-party. Yet, he can take that oath man Tom Henderson. According and be technically truthful. Bet o r eports Mr. Henderson is the caus e in the last g eneral election only man keeping Mr. Thomas on there was no political party in the the job. Had it not been for Mr. state of Florida except one, the the last quarter of the fiscal year.1 Mr. o ee a e As previously predicted by the detective chief did not play tribution among his friends. The with hi th j l most recent developments of the Tampa Life no effort has yet been gether fair m m e ewe -case are said to be that Mr. Thom-made to cut the mayor's salary or ry matter. f "th l\I by the demands of certain alder-,_ n d as had his wife con er w1 rs. . the enormous salaries of any of ISappeare men to provide city Jobs for their d f t Ramos m an effort to brmg about 1 t d 1.t. 1 f d ,, the other high officials. The super-The isappearence o cer am re a ives an po 1 ica nen s. of constant worry, brought about visitors in Palmetto yesterday morning, while on their way to P omello Park, some fiftee n miles east of Bradenton, on the Arcadia an adjustment. The last news from intendent of public works, is still jewelry has been too mysterious to the "battle front" is to the effect Assumes Cha.rge Saturday drawing his big salary in spite of suit Mr. Ramos. The Ramos' home that Mr.\Ramos said that Thomas Savage, who has been a life-read. They had been spending awhile in St. Petersburg. Henderson's kindly support of the Democratic party. Regardless of : t the mayor's supposed "economy was robbed some time ago and the need not square. things with him long political ally of the mayor, program." Likewise the city at-thieves were apprehended through through hfs wife. will assume charge of the sanitary torney is drawing his without any the efforts of a certain city detec-department Saturday morning. He cut. The mayor is making no tive who located some of the stolen was chairman of the gestion about reducing his gigan-jewelry in, a pawn shop and then Church Notices tion forces' flnance commi dur-tic salary;, traced. down the thieves. It seems J ing the charter campaign last In Financial Difficulties that the detective chief permitted First United Brethren Church, summer. His appointment, along Although the econ<>mY program Justice of the Peace William No-3300 Nebraska Ave., Rev. W. D. with the resignation of Fred Mcwill cut deepest into the payrolls rona, to confer with these burglars Mitchell, Pastor. Preaching 11 a. Kay, was submitted to the board <>f the police and sanituy depart-in the city jail in the city hall and m., and 7: 30 P m., by Rev. Will of aldermen at its meeting this ments, the mayor made it clear they disclosed to Norona where Hogg. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. week by the mayor, and Savage's Mr. Provol is vice-presid'ent of detective chief, he would be gone whether the Hoover-Democrats the Pomello Park 0o., which owns ere this. However it seems to be voted for the Hoover electors and 12,000 acres in this county, which the concensus of opinion that the also Howey, the Republican canwas first purchased with the ob-mayor is still inclined to the view didate for governor, as well, he ject of up the tract int o that a change must be made in the can truthfully say that he did not small farI!ls and developing that office of the chief of detectives for vote for the nominees of any othsection along agricultural lines. certain financial reasons !!-nd it is er party because the Republican However, when the showing for a matter of just how long Mr. party was not recognized as a paroil at Palmetto was so good, the Thomas can hold on through the ty in this state during the last owners became interested in the kindness and friendly support of general election. Only one party prospects, and decided to hold up Mr. Henderson. Perhaps it won't. existed in this state at that time .(Continued o._ 2) the remainder <>f the stolen jewel-Public cordially invited. appointment was unanimously ap-' Mrs. Lila Lloyd .To Head League of Women Voters Republican Leader Wms' Over 'office of president. Mrs'. Chapman I held at the Tampa auditorium durDemocratic ... OpponenL for has been an active worker in ing the city charter campaign last Presidency of Hillsborough Democratic party affairs. fall which was attended by two County League of Women R-0publica.n: Leader thousand voters, and. citizenship Voters. Mrs. Lloyd has been active in schools conducted through the as-Mrs. Lila M. Lloyd, prominent club woman and Republican leader, was elected president of. the Hillsborough County League of Women Voters this week at Republican circles in this couqty sistance of leading jurists and edfor a numbers of years and &t ucators. present is the vice-president of Other Officers Elected the Hillsborough County Republi-Other officers elected at the can Central Committee. Mrs. Lloyd meeting this week to .hold office during the coming year were Mrs. F. G. Randall, vice-president; Mrs. proved. Patronage System Exposed In announcing his resignation this week, Fred McKay declared that there were forty "political pensioners" carried on the sanitary department payroll at a cost of $4,000.00 per month to tlfe tax payers of Tampa. "Most of them," he said, "are worthless. They were hired on written or verbal orders from the aldermen. It has been virtually impossible to get rid of them because of their political affilia tions. And it is because of this pressure, which has brought m to the verge of a nervous break down, that I am leaving the city service after giving the best year of my life in an effort to build up annual meeting of the organization held at the city hall. Mrs. Lloyd defeated Mrs. Sarah Chapman, Democratic opponent for the office, and who was also named by the nominating committee for th,e succeeds Mrs. Mabel Bean, another leader active in -Republican circles. The annual meeting was featured by the report of the retiring president showing activities during the past year. Among these W. H. Jones, recording secretary; a sanitary department of which Mrs. Fred Bourland, correspond-every Tampan might be proud." was th. e League mass meeting ing secretary; Mrs. Cora Falken-bury, financial secreatry; Mrs. (Continued On Page Two) Growing tired of the political patronage grind, McKay tendered his resignation to the mayor February 8th. He had never been tified of the mayor's acceptance. although the appointment of Savage has been rumored for about ten days. (Continued On Page Two) be long now. (Continued On Page Two) National Guardsmen Put O.K. Airport Manager Is Anxious To Learn. AbOut Aviation .. On Liquor; Help Bootleggers plained, are working out various Mayor Appoints I. G. Hedrick Superintendent of Tampa's Airport; Given Two ants To Whom Aviation Is Something New. .__ ------Mayor D. B. McKay has appointed a superintendent of Tampa's airport at a salary of $2400.00 a year. This plum was passed out to Issac G. Hedrick. The new superintendent has been given the help ot two assistants employed this week by the department of public works, John Donole7 and Robert Jacks. ..l.viatlon New To Them The new manager tells pilots Salary Will Increase jobs that are mostly unnecessary. that he is not an aviator but he In assigning Mr. Hedrick to the Some are carried as sanitary in and his two assistants are' anxious new position, which was created spectors, others are assigned as to learn the ins and outs of the as a result o! an ordinance fb::lng watchmen on the dumps and the flying ga.me. It seems to be the hangar rates and fuel charges to l"l'Jmainder work on the garbage general opinion among the citizens provide an income for the airport, trucks. "The majority are simply that the 'mayor could have found the mayor said the salary would deadheads," he said. "They are among his political supporters be increased as business grew. Mr. hard to handle, even to the point some one who knew something Hedrick said, "We .. are going to of being openly defiant to orders." about aviation and would be able greet every flyer that lands here Mr. McKay was appointed supto efficiently care for an airport and give him a hand of welcome erintendent of the department six and take Cal"!e of the needs of the to Tampa, ask his needs and' do years ago by Perry G. Wall, the visiting pilots and aviators. The our best to supply every one of mayor commissioner of the preappointment was made after the them I am already working out ceding administration. mayor had studied a long list of plans with R. Wallace Davis, su"Things ran smoothly under the applications. received personally or perintendent of public works, for previous administration," he said, transmitted frem R. Wallace Da-a quickening in the building of the "and the same condition might vis, superintende11t of public work. On Page Two) have prevailed if it had not b,een ;;,,_.:. Chairman Will Wood Charges Fruit Fly Guards Aid BootCharges that the national guardsmen acting fruit fly guards have been aiding bootleg-gers in placing their official O. K. on packages containing liquor were brought openly to the public this week at the hearing in Orlando being conducted by Chairman Wood of the house appropri-ations committee and other congressmen. It has been reported that several times in the past the United States officers ha.Te seized liquor in bootleggers cars and was clearly evident when Chair-packages carried the official stamp placed there by the national guardsmen who evidently had inspected the packages and found them to contain Certain fruits and other things are confiscated by the fruit fly guards, but it is all right to bring Hauor through the quarantine. Reported to Washington It is said that some of theme packages so seized with the omcial stamp placed thereon have been preserved and Washington has been notified of such occurrences. That such noti1lcaUon had been sent tr, the national ca.pita! man Wood questioned Dr. Wllmon Newell, head of the quarantine forces when he appeared before the congressional c o m m 1 t t e e. "Don't you know, Dr. Newell, that men hired by the state of Florida as workers and then put on the federal payroll as soldiers dill grace the uniform of the United States by working with bootlergers and sea.ling the baggage or bootleggers so that It could gt> through unmolested?" This seem ed to be a shock to Dr. Newell Newell Makes Denf&L Dr. Newell at 11rst denied the (Continued On Pa&'e Two)


1 "'--.. ............ TAMPA LIFE a nature,because they had culminated in his imprisonment, had OIL NEWS FROM caused him to wonder whether or not he might have been mis-0 VER THE ST A TE taken in Jesus. Jesus's answer was clear enough to John but rather veiled to the casual or the hostile hearer. Jesus went quiet-1 ly on with his work and the miraculous work that was given to the desciples of John was sufficient to fill them with amaze-(Continued From Page One) their development to await the outcome of oil drilling operations il bupe11.ctent, ProgrHtliTe Weekly Newspaper J d d h th T'L men. i not ave to answer them wi words. ney re-and to make investigations on their own account as to the possibility of oil here. To this end, the Owne4 -d Pablished J!lTery Saturday by th ceived their answer. His work was his testimony. After the close J'LORID.A. LIJ'JC PUBLISHING CO.W:PANT, Inc. f h J M o t e Galileen ministry esus revealed his essiahship clearly Pomello Park Oil Co. was organ!'aapa, rtoria:a. -----------------------------to the apostles. After Peter's confession at Caesarea Phillipi ized anu a d errick was erected at "Thou art the Christ" Jesus began to give them specific instruc-Pomello Park, anticipating getting :mtitmal .-& JSulf.11.e19 Oftlee, .Hi c ... Stre.t Phoae 4tll .. .., .. aa lec09.t-Cla111 llatter, Kareh 21, 1921, 1.t the Po11totl1ce a.t Taapa, J'lorUa. Vailer tll .A.el f Karch a, 1!!71. hbtuti>Uoa Jlatel: Oae T.,,r II .A.dn.aee fa.It Ila K1tath1 la .A.tnac U.tt THE HOOVER-DEMOCRATS CAN PARTICIPATE tions concerning himself. He tells of the deliverence to be found machinery late r. Not content with the advice of geologists that the in himself "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden prospects for oil at Pomello Park and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn of me are good, the promoters decided for I am meek and lowly at heart; and ye shall find rest unto to get more information, and vayour soul. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light." rious testing machines that have proved good indicators in proven fields were brought here and they showed oil to be beneath the surface in this county. The owners are now fully satisfied that Florida is an oil fielu waiting to be brought in, and they propose to try to bring a in. The men making up the Pomel-I .'I Saturday, March 1, 1930. be drilled but from reports the man from 'Michigan, also company is going to drill for some into the bootleg discussion with a considerable time yet and believe number of questions seeking to that gas will be encountered soon. d eve 1 o p charges against the Indications of oil have shown for troops. He wanted to know it at least a thousand feet so far. It Newell hadn' t received specific is hardly necessary to say that the complaints on the subject. Newell discovery or gas or oil in Florida said there had been some comwill start business revival that plaint, but he had found' no eviwill put all the nineteen twenty-dence of collusion a.s yet. five booming in the background. -Miami Post. National Guardsmen Place 0. K. On Liquor and Help Bootleggers I New Airport Manag-1 er Anxious To Learn About Aviation (Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One) new headquarters building con-matter and replied, "No, if there taining a reading and a rest room is any evidence like that we will for flyers and other conveinences. b e glad to get it." Chairman Wood A telephone available to them declared that plenty of such evi-without charge will be installe d. dence would be brought to light Records of trips of pilots will be before the hearing ,ended and he k ept, showing all arrivals and deadde d, "And I'll say if you don't partures, and numerous other itknow it, you 'have been derelict in ems that are necessary for a well All Hoover-Democrats can participate, in the approaching Democratic primary if they so desire. This information has been circulated by some Hover-Democratic leaders for some time but the matter has been brought prominently to the attention of the public by the attorney general of the state, Fred. H. Davis, in a recent opinion. It is true that the candidates for public office who wish to enter the Democratic primary, regardless of !whether they are Hoover-Democrats or not, are required to make oath that they did not vote for the nominee of any other party. And if any prospective voter is challenged at the polls he must sign an affidavit that he did not vote for the nominees of' any other party. Yet it appears that these candidates and voters can take this oath and be technically truthful. At the time of the last election there was only. one political party in this state in the eyes of the law and that was the democratic party, and therefore the candidate or voter, may conscientiously swear lo Park Oil Co. are m e n of means, Y o u r duties. Representative run field are going to be put und' e r who are not selling any stock in Crampton, Republican congress-operation." that he did not vote for the nominee of any other "party" or "political party" in the last general election, even though perhaps he voted for the Hoover electors or for Howey for governor, as previdusly stated, in the eyes of the law there was at that time only one political party in this state. T ihis information is decidedly interesting to the Hoover-Democrats. THE PATRONAGE SWSTEM Many interesting side lights on the patronage system of the city to take care of friends and political supporters of certain aldermen have been brought to light in a statement recently made by Fred A. McKay, who resigned as superintendent of the city department, to make way for the mayor to appoint Tucker Savage, a life-long political ally of the mayor, to fill the office. This the public additional. interesting information on the waste of the taxpayer money and of the favoriteism being shown certain persons. The retiring head of the sanitary 'department that there were forty "political pensioners" carried on the sanitary department payroll at a cost of $4000.00 a month to the tax-payers of Tam pa. He declared that most of these political pensioners were worthless and were hired on verbal or written orders from aldermen, and that it was impossible to get rid .of them because of their political affilli-. He declared that the pressure brought upon him by var. ious aldermen brought him to the verge of a nervous breakdown, and he was compelled to leave his post. These "political pen-sioners" it seems are kept on the payroll working at various jobs. Mr. Fred McKay said that the majority of them were simply '',dead ,heads" and were hard to handle even to the point of being openly defiant to orders. This is just sample of the state of affairs existing in the city under the present administration. THE FRUIT FLY GUARDS It has been known to a few officials in Tampa for several weeks that certain packages containing liquor and seized in auto-, ., 'l'ID rou:.owmG PENM>!f8 AltE ClOIDU.ND:sD BT THAT GltBA'l' ElOIOU.RDllfG GmltAL, WHOM W1I ALL MUST JtE()()G. mm. QJl'.I'. :ru.LIO, ro A.lfSWlllR THI: FOLLOWING 'QUES TIOlfl: the company, but who propose to back their own judgement with their own money. They are how engaged in drilling an oil well on land they own at Highland, Ind., where they expect to bring in a well within the next few weeks. As soon as the result there determine d they will begin operations on their holdings in Manatee county, at Pomello Park, Mr. ProTo Mayor D. B. McKay: Will you please state to the public vol states. The ruining of the whether or not the recent plumbing job at your residence cost you Palmetto oil well has not changed anything? It was observed that you had the men and equipment of their belief that oil is here and the city plumbing department fooling around your house when this has not lessened their determinajob was done and certain citizens are interested in knowing whether tion to g o ahead. Mr. Provo! is an or not this was d 'one at the expense of the city in your private resi-enthusiastic believer in Floridadence. her splendid climate, her wonder-To Chief of Detectives Fred Thomas: Why do you make such ful soil and her oil possibilitiesfrequent visits out to the home of Alderman Tom Hend erson? Now and he has shown his faith by his it isn' t because you feel your job slipping is it? To Mayor D. B. McKay: How long do you expect to keep Esli Knight as chief of police before you decide to pay off some other political crony by giving; him the job? To Chief of the Sanitary D epartment Tucker Savage: It seemed like ai! eternity before your piece of pie came sliding in, didn' t it, Tucker? investments in the state, and he expects to continue his investing here.-Palmetto News. OIL DRILLERS WORKING HARD To Mayor D. B. McK ay: Was there any particular reason in Down goes that hole in the appointing a manager or the airport and two assistants that know Everglades to the place where the absolutely nothing about aviation? oil is-if there is any oil. The well More City Employ ees To Be Fired it and the candidate or elector has the right in taking the oath to assume the position that as a mat-at South Miami is going down into the ground at a good rate and the operators believe that oil or gas will be found at less than two ter of law, the word "party," as thousand feet. The Tamiami Trail (Continued From Page One) defined in Section 285 is equiva-well is down several thousand !eet that all bureaus would be expect-lent to the phrase "political par-and good indications have shown ed to begin to slash. Financial ty" and de1lned in Section 3 5 6 in the core that is coming up. difficulties of the two departments and to take the position that be-Troubl e has been encountered were discusse d in d etail. The num-cause the Republican party was ber of policeme n to b e affecte d by not a political party under S e ethe lay off order has not been de-tion 356 at the last genera l electermined pending a close study of tion, that, therefore the candida t e records by Chief of Police Esli or voter m a y conscientiously Knight. Unusual the demand for swear that he did not vote for the extra service has increased the sanitary department payroll according to the superintendent of the sanitary department. The department was calleu upon to coope rate in the fruit fly eradication campaign last summer as well as in other activities. Instructions will be carried out regardless of this and it is expected that !most fift nominee of any other "party" or "political party" at the last general e lection, even thou g h in fact the voter did vote for the Republican presidential electors in the last general election. Mrs. Lila Lloyd Heads League of Women Voters (Continued From Page One) Mary E. Peacock, treasurer; Mrs. Lafayette McLaws, auditor. The delegates elected to the states conMrs. Bean and Mrs. For Sale Or Exchangt nan.,. ... ..umJmLm there by sulphur gas of some kind interfering with the work of driliing E xperts with the larger companies in the country are keeping a w eathe r eye on all this drilling, of course. G e olo gists believe that one of the largest pools of oil lies beneath part of Florida and the adjacent gulf. But this pool, they also believe, is down some six thousand feet. We don' t know how far down the Tamiami Well will The Jrroultn 'l(ouge Florida' Moat Beautiful Nia-ht Club Phone Y-1410 'b Just across the 22nd St. Causeway t t e nationa guardsmen are rig ene out o t u orney PARK THEATRE when they see liquor in a bootlegger"s car when the same was Davis said, "The terms of the oath being searched and not only were they glad to let it pass by, but are addressed to the conscience of the candidate or elector who takes in some instances placed the official seal upon the packages, I tne drivers of the cars would not likely be disturbed by the federal agents in the event of a raid somewhere down the road. But the guardsmen are quick to pounce upon an orange. JESUS TEACHING ABOUT HIMSELF The International Uniform lesson for Sunday school study next Sunday is en_titled, '"Jesus Teaching About Himself." The lesson material is made up of two sections of scripture taken ftom the 1 I th Chapter of Matthew, whioh is an answer to the question, "Who is Jesus?" Jesus had returned to Galilee and begun his ministry there when John the Baptist had been arrested by Herod Antipas. His teachings and mighty work had created great excitement and the report of his activities reached John in his imprisonment. Thereupon he sent two of his desciples to inquire of Jesus. "Ask thou he that should come, or do we look for another?" It is rather surprising that John should ask this question, because he had knoWI) Jesus and '1ad come in early contact with him. Perhaps his own experiences, discouraging in .. RENT A CAR Drbe Younelf Bt&ndard make, 192ll model1 AUTO RENTORS, INC. 113 Za.ck St. Phon UU Oppo1lte Vicitory Theatre WHERE nu: HOME FOLKS EAT Eagle Cafeteria 209-11 TwigKS Phone 3025 ANOTHER REAL BARGAIN 4 Days Starting Sunday, March 2 JANET GAYNOR In "CHRISTINA" with Charles Morton and Rudolph Schildkraut They All Talk. 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'f Saturday, March 1, 1930. PUBLIC FORUM Tampa Life, 415 Cass St., Tampa, Fla. Gentlemen: During the last few days considerable interest has centered around tbe closed bank situation, not only in Tampa but in other parts of the State 'as well. '.As a d e positor in the close d Citizens Bank of this city, I have kept myself posted as to developments and must confess that up to the present time I have been very much disappointe d at the treat ment received by interested de positors at the hands o! our State Comptroller, who would seem to be the logical public official to look to for the protection or their interests in State banks. In fact it seems to be reaching the point where censure will extend to the Governor for not taking a hand and requiring the Comptroller' s office to serve the public as it should. It seems that never before has it been more urgent to observe the slogan of your paper and put "men of character" in public office and I sincerely hope that eventually the public will become aroused to the point where they will accomplish this aim. Yours Sincerely, E. M. Clapp ed up; In !act as a rule this ex pert business has a sinister motive back of it; when it comes to a choice between the expert and the practical I, would prefer the practical. There is one thing certain, the Legislature will have to put the state plant board out of business or they (the plant board) will put the small Citrus growers out; too much nonsense, tomfoolery, r edtape and .etc. The Commissioner o! .Agriculture can take care of the Horti cultural situation and the Inter::ial Revenue Officers can take care of the Port Inspection; the Nursery Inspection like the Plant board, is like the curl in a pig's "tail is more ornamental than useful;" after all the money that the plant board gets is not the issue but, the damage they are doing the State. Very Respectfully, A. A. Whitehurs.t Lutz, Fla. No. 30080-0 In the Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Hillsborough County, Sta.ta ot Florida. In Chr.ncery. CORA J. W,EST, Complai!lant, TB. .J'AllF.8 H. WEST, Detendr.nt. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION It r.pper.ring by r.mdr.Tit r.ppended to the bill in the r.bove stated er.use thr.t Jr.mes H. West, the defendant therein named is Crystal River, Fla. non-resident of the State of FlorFebruarY, 4 1930. ida., and ls r. resident of the Coun-To whom it may concern: ty of Suffolk, and State of MMl'lachusetts, a.nd that the la.st known The time has come when we and present a.ddr ells of the defenas the people of the state of Flori-d!l.nt is 316 Orme Ave., Phoenix, da have got to wake up and do ArizonZ1.; a.nd that there is no vier something about the tax problem. llOn in State, the service of a aubpoena upon whom would bind To start with, we, the people the s!l.id d'efenda.nt a.nd that h e is should ask the Governor to call over the age of twenty-one years an extra session of the legislature of age; it is therefore ordered and find a remedy to cure the tha.t said non-resident defendant be 1md he is hereby ordered And great mistake we have made in reQuired to be Z1.nd Zl.ppea.r to the not providing this before. bill of complaint tiled on said (1) The state should take over ca.use on or before Monday, the all the road bond indebtedness 7th da.y of April, A. D. 1930; oth-erwise the allegations of said bill and all roads of the several coun-will be taken as confessed by said ties of the state.And fix a gas and defendant. car license tax to take care of It is further ordered that this same. And not divide this tax with order be published once ZI. week the di!fe rent and there for four consecutive weks in the Tampa Life, a newspaper publishwould be no contention as to who. ed in said County and State. was getting the big end of the tax. Done and ordered in Tampa, (2) Enact a 2% retail sales tax Florida, this 12th day of Febru:uy to take care of the schools and A.. D. 1930. W. A. DICKENSON other county expenses to be di-Clerk Circuit Cour t. videed w ith the counties. By ODIS E. MOY, D. C. (3) And all cut over land s should ANNA A. KRIVITSKY, Solicitor for Complainant. be taxed only ten cents per acre, State of Florida, County or Hills-and the improved lands and lands borougp. not cut over should be taxed 1% I hereby certify that the &boTe of their actual. value and all d e -and foregoing is a true copy or the linquent lands to pay ten cents per ori)!;inal order of publica.tion made in said cause, on 1l.Ie in my otllce. acre for each year it is delinquent, T&mpa., Florida, February 12th, without P enalty. 1930. ( 4) A tax of 2 % on all real estate sales, and all real estate brokers pay 2 % on all commissions, put a sales tax on ever7thing except farm grains and vegetables, any one engaged in the sale of live stock pay 2 % tax on the actual sale price. ( 5) H this can be put over it would bring prosperity in every home in this state or ours; that lets every body pay a little and hurts nobody; there are thousands of people in our wonderful state who are not paying one penny t o help out and they are enjoying our wonderful climate without cost and a very few pay the bills and it is not right; a disgrace and a crime. ( 6) Now if anyone has a better remedy lets h ear from them. Lets get a ction and do something to r elieve this depression. W. S. Alyea Crystal River, Fla. Editor Tampa Life, We boast of our American Liberty but where is it gone? Or where are w e at now? We have the State Plant Board and they "say to this man do this and he doeth it, or this man you cant do that and he doeth it not." Ever and anon, some fellows parade their virtue's and wonderful doings in the Press, but, if you strip them of their arbitrary powers and cut out their buffoonery the1 e wont be much left; True they are Pastmaster's at spreading of propaganda, and can put over some of the most wonderful stunt's that ever was heard of; They have been an incubus upon the Citrus industry 'ever since their Organization up to the present, and will probably continue to b e until the Grower's rise up and put them out of business. But in this :Medfly busineds they put it on too strong, and grower's are beginning to wake up to the fact that they are working them to hold their job; We hear much "about expert evi d .ence" My observation i s that expert evidence is about as unreliable as anything you can start up; We had expert Ship building dur-. ing the World war and, ninty percent of them were sent to the junkpile before were limber-W. A. DICKENSON, Clerk Circuit Court. By ODIS E. MOT, D. C. (2)-15-22 (3)-8-15. 3898Q-C In the Circuit Court, Thirteenth .rudtcia.l Circuit, Hill!boroug h County, Florida. I n Chancery. PEARL A. BErrTS, Tl!. BEN B. BETTS. It r.ppea.ring by afl!.davit appended to the b111 in the abon 1tatd cause that Ben B. Betts, the De_ fendr.nt therein nr.med, is a non resident of the State of Florida, that his last known residence ae particularly as known is Cr:me, Texas, P. 0. Box 217 thLt there Is no person in the State ot Florldr. to am.ant's knowledge the serTice ot r. 1rnbpoena or summons upon whom would bind' the said de!en da.nt r.nd that the said defendal4t la over the of twenty-one year!!; It is therefore ordered that PROPERTY. OWNERS INTERBAY DRAINAGE DISTRICT Your homes and other properties in the district are again in danger of being taken from you, and we mus t c ontinue our fight to protect s ame until justice is given us by the Court. The par ties fighting us have taken-the case into t h e Federal Court, and we must resist them there with the s ame force and energy with which we met them in the State Courts. It appears, to a good many in the district, that those who are fighting us are trying to discourage us by continuing this expensive litigation with the hope that we will be unabl e to raise sufficient funds to meet them in the Federal Court. If we fail now, all that we have accomplished in the State Courts will b e lost. We the refore appea l to every property owner in the district to contribute for our cause. We especially call the attention to those who have not heretofore made any contributio n to do so now If they desire to have their prperty include d in the suit. M ake c hecks payable to Charles E: B all, Treasurer, 3203 Henderson Boulevard, $5.00 per acre; $2.00 per va.cant lot; and $5.00 per house and lot. W. F.' STOV ALI,, CHARLES E. BALL, H. T. LYKES, L. B. FARRIOR, A B. l\fcllHJLLEN, P P LASTINGER, FLOSSIE R. BLAIR, L. H. McINTIRE. Committe e Interba y Property Owners. er.Id non-resident Derendt.nt be and he i11 hereby required: to appear to the Bill of Comple.int l'lle d in 15aid cause on or b efore Monday the 3rd day of March, A. D. 191lO; otl:terwl!e the allegations or said bill will be taken as confes11ed by nid D efendant. It is further ordered thr.t thi1 order be publi11hed once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Tampa Lite, a. newspaper published in s&id County and Sta.te. Done and o?'derec:r in Tampe., Fla., this the30th day of January, A. D., 1930. W. A. DICKENSON, Clerk Circuit Court. B1 ODIS E. MOY, D. C. .ARTHUR C. BROOKS, Solicitor for Complainant. State of Florida, Count y of Hilla-borou,h. I b:ereby certify that the a.boTe r.nd foregoing is a true COt>Y Of trui order of publication made In said cause, on l'lle In my omev. T&mpa, Florida, J:i.nua.ry 30th, 1930. W. A. DICKENSON, Clerk Circuit Court. By ODIS E. MOY, D. C. (2)-1-8-15-22 (3)-1 State of Florida, Ceunty or Hills borough. I hereby certify that the aboTe t.nd foregoing i s a true copy of th4 original of publication ml'lde in said cause, on fil e in my omce. Tampa, Florida, January 30th, 1930. W. A. DICKENSON, Clerk C ircuit Court. B:r KATE S. ROBINSON, D. C. (2)-1-8-15-22 (3)-1 TAMPA LIFE the age or twenty-one yeue; it is therefore ordered that aaid D efendant be and she i11 hereby required to appear to the Bill of Complaint 1Hed in said cause on or bvfore Monday, the 3rd day of Mr.rc.h, A. D. 19 3 0; otherwU!v the allegations or said bill will be taken a.a confessed by said D efendant. It 115 further ordered that this order be published once a week tor tour consecutiTe week! in the Tampa Life, a newspaper pubUshed in said County and State. Done and ordered' in Tampa, Fla. this the Hth d11.y ot January, A. D., 1930. W. A. DICKENSON, Clerk Circuit Court. By KATE S. ROBINaQN, D. C PETTEWAY & PETTEWAY, Solicitor for Compla.inant. .. .... ,7 .r...... ..... Ill aaa tw lllllllHr-.a. .... .,. JllmMla. .. P'Pkk .. Ill llalt al: ........ ... lllULa, Ja I rt. l'e .ALL lf .. M JW Ju. T e.ut-n: -.u .. 1 ._,,. .,,_ 9111 -we .. N41.1, n. ua ..., ., llela, 191 .. tit. srl&cnt. ..t..tllbtr&t?'ix er ...._.,. .t. I. .. &U, 11 .. .....-... --.. ... )Ht....... ... -alt)e ... r .. ... .... lllll. lr er &tw...tC llt It.la .... i t lL .... la .. 'r t 'l"&aaa, .,_..._.,.. ...-,,_ ll tld&rr Mr ..._.aittatenJt.i. Pea4'T11T -il.&. .A. .. .t ...... eil D ..... u I (J)-l&-11-Ji 1. 38918-C In the Circuit Court, Thirteenth In the Circuit Court, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Hillsboroug h Jdloial Circ\llt, Hill1borough County, F lorida. In Chancery. County, Florida. In Chr.ncery. GEORGE R. McLEMORE, G. A. PETTEWAY, Complainant, vs. vs. MIZELL, A.ND NELL J EMMA McLEMORE, Mie&LL. HIS WIFE. Defendant. It a.11l"lllg by am.davit append-It appea.ring by afll davit append-M to tke bill hi the above ed to the bill in the above stated UllUM thfl.t i"rr.nk and Nell cl'l.use that the residence o! Emma J. -...U, his wife, the D6t&11d.ant1 McLemore, the Defendant. therein tkeret. tune4, are non-rW1ident11 named is unknown; the.t there ls "f tlH Mate or Florida, but a.re no one in the State of Florida r-"eata of the St&te of North known to the a:t'!l.ant on whom OaNl.bla, tM1r lr.8t kno1n1 :r.idi'NI! vice of subpoena could' be made to Miia.g AIMN'i-, Nerth Ocu-1tlhu1.; bind the said defendant, Emm:i. I that the 11&iti. J"rn.nk 11liHll and McLemore, and that she is over M.-a J. lll1-11, wU&, a.r e botl:t OY'el' U&e &f!9 ol t-ut7-oae yer.z-1, and u..ro ii! no one in the St&tll of Florid& bown to r.tna.nt on whom sernce of 11ubpoena eould be made to bind the !!Ir.id d&f&ndantl, Frank M1sell and Nell J. Mlsell, bla wife; It is therefore ordered that 11r.id non-resident De!enda.nt.8 be r.nd they are hereby reQuired' to r.ppear to the Bill of Compla.int l'lled in sr.Jd ca.=e on or before Monday the 3rd day of March, A. D 1n0; otherwise the allegation.a or said bUl will be taken u confeased by said Del11ndants. It is further ordered that this order be vublished once a week tor tour conseeutiTe weekll in the Tamva Lit&, a ne'W'!lp&per pubin said County 1U1!1 Str.te. Done and O?'dered in T&mp&. FIL, this the30th dr.y of J'r.auary, A.. D., 1930. W A. DICKENSON, Clerk Circuit Court. By ODIS E. MOY, D C. PETTEWAY le. PETTEWAY, Solicitor tor Complainant. State of Florida, County of ,Hille-' borough. I hereby certify.that the a.boTe r.nd foregoing is a true copy or the originr.l order or publica.tion made in said cause, on fl.le in my otl'l.ce. Tampa, Florida., Jr.nuary %Pth, H30. W. A. DICKENSON, Cle rk: Cl .rcuit Court. By ODIS !l. UOY, D. C. DURSMA'S JANITOR SERVICE Dutch Cleaning Floor KaJsom:inin&', and Work -Genera.I Repair Shop5 1115-17-18 O&s11 St. Arcad......SOS-10 Marion St.--Phone H-13215 WANTED A f)" ......... -- "' .,. 11ria z' .. .. 11r = "' .acKDPDfC 5llatl:J'.IJUAL HICllD. A.CC.OUN fLIC avD.. !IJtVICE 0.:, _. ..,. 1 de r Tllllliaa "1' wlla ...._ .. I .. fw ll'llt...... c... ... ..,. IL Business University of Tampa, Inc. 1 .. . . . . .... ............ ;.. .... i ................ ....... ti ............ DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD BB DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD 88 DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD (A) Two Bungalows, stucco, modern, garage, Y2 block from city l im i ts. O n e rented. Positively free of all encum brances. Cost $2500 cash each to build. Price $1100 each. All Cash. (B) 5-room Bungalow, Suwanee Ave. Corner lot. One block from Hillsboro High School. Would b e a bargain at $4250. Pay $700 cash and assume $2,000 mortgage. This house now rented for $25 per month. ( C) 6-room Stucco House, unfinished inside but livable. Y2 block from pave ment, Y2 mile from City Limits. Price $500. All Cash. (D) 10-room House. Y2 block from Rome Ave. Near Bay in West Hyde Park. Lot 60 x 135, 4-car garage, 2 baths. Well located. Price $6000, terms or $5400 all cash. (E) Garage 20 x 80, frame, store 20 x 20, lot 139 x 115, corner, outside City Limits, Waters Ave. Paving paid. Ideal for Auto Paint Shop or Auto Parts Shop. Price $1500. Your terms. (F) 50foot lot, one block from 7th Ave. on 74th St. Abstract .and Warranty Deed. $60 cash. Also more lots at same price. (G) 7th Ave. lot near 47th St. 50 x 200, paving paid. Price $600. $25 cash and $10 per (H) 2 lots, 1 block West of Nebraska Ave. near Lambright St. 20 x 40, garage, Sewer paid. Abstract and Warranty Deed. Price $350. All Cash. (I) 60 lots, 50 x 100, Graded Streets, Electric Lights, Y2 mile from City Lim its a n d Hillsboro River, adjoining Low ry Park. 4 miles from Court House. Price $3000. $300. cash and $30 per month. (J) 5 acres fronting Rome Ave. Near Sligh Ave. Only $1250. All Cash (K)) 5 acres fronting Armenia Ave. South of Hillsboro Ave. Price $1200 All Cash. (L) 10 acres, 300 feet River Frontage, 2 springs, beautifully shaded, near Sligh Ave. Price $6000. Terms. (M) 10 acres beautiful lake front, 12 miles from Court House. Price $495. $145 in cash and the balance to suit. (N) 2Y2 acres, 4-room house near school and paved highway, 7 miles East of Tampa. Price $600. Cash. '( 0) 160 acres, 1 Y4 mile West of Nebraska Ave. 12 miles from City Hall. Price $2000 cash. 40 acres for $500. (P) 300 acres nicely located in the lake section, near Lutz, surrounded by lakes and orange groves. Non-resident owner will sell for $12.50 per acre. ( Q) 640 acres, 11 miles North of Tampa no waste land. Price $7 .50 per acre. (R) 4-room house, unfinished inside, corner lot, fenced, just outside City Lim its; 1 block from Rome Ave. Price $250. Cash. Phone S-3496 or S-1952 today. -(S) Brick Building, 100 x 100, Comer Lot, Paved Streets, Built in 1923, Y2 mile from center of city. Car line passes door. Cost $30,000. our Price 15,000 on terms or will lease for $60 per month. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BARGAINS IN REAL EST A TE SEE US AT ONCE Tampa Realty Co., Inc. 600 FLORIDA AVE. (Opposite Post Office.) PHONE 2861 BRANCH OFFICE: 6816 FLORIDAAVE. PHONE S-3496. TAMPA, F.LA. DD DD DD DD DD DD BB DD DD DD DO D D DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD D D DD DD DD DD DD OD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD BB DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD OD OD DD OD DD BB DD 88 DD DD DD DD DD DD DD BB . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,..--.. .:..+ --. -...... -.-........ .......... ........ DD DD 00 BLIND MAN MAKES MONEY IN TAMPA REAL ESTATE This gentleman was asked by a friend how he accumulated such a large fortune with this handicap. He replied "I always make it a rule to sell when every one wants to buy and to buy when every one wants to sell." NOW is the time to buy. In the shadow of the Floridan Hotel: 105 x l 05 in general map of Tam pa. This is a corner one block off Florida Ave. Has some old frame improvements that will carry taxes and insurance. Look at the price. $15,000.00 Terms. Nicely located in Hyde Park: apartment house consisting of four furnished apartments of four rooms and bath each. Income $140.00 per month and always rented. For a quick sale $9,000.00 $2500.00 down Terms. South Oregon Ave. residence: .located south of Swann Ave. this fine 7 room home consisting of 5 rooms and bath downstairs 2 rooms upstairs. Has 2 fireplaces. This property is newly decorated inside and painted outside. This is a wonderful location and the price will surprise you. Florida Ave. lots: these two lots are located within 1 00 feet of the Seminole Theatre 1 21 feet of frontage on Florida Ave. and depth of 132 feet. This property will make you independent in ten years. The price including all assessments 1s $4000 .00 cash. Seminole Heights: one half block east of Central Ave. and car line, this practically new 6 room bungalow has oak floors throughout, tile bath and garage $250.00 down balance easy terms. No mortgage to assume, Do you want to build? We can offer a fine building lot located between Tampa St. and Florida Ave. south of the Children's Home. Street is paved and paid for. Has all city conveniences available. Price$ 700 Platt Street corner: east of Howard Ave., 130 feet on Platt St., l 3 0 feet on another paved street. All assessments are included in the price, $6,000.00. Do not fail to investigate this. Income property: consisting of stores and apartments. Income now nearly $500.00 per month. Will exchange equity for smaller improved property and some cash. This property will pay for itself within a few An exclusive home in Beach Park: stucco on clay tile, hardwood floors thruout. Twelve fine large room! including servants' quarters. Four tile baths and three marble fire place1. This one must be seen to be ap preciated. A wonderful value a't $16,000.00. Five sleeping rooms, living room, dining room and kitchen. Located one-half block off car line, near schools and stores. Paved street and paid for. Only $3,000.00. Terms. Just the place for a large family. Davis-Jenkins-Martin, Inc. REALTORS Phone M-5587 H 24-861 after 6 P. M


, r ;)f am.-.E Waal,' I wint down to the citty workme n out o:!' the sanitary dehall agin t his w eak on my regular IJartment and about twenty or weakly visut to the see the mare, twenty-11ve out of the police deand I found the mare just tickled partment and that way he thought :plumb to d eath. I !ound him !eel-that him and Wallace Davis and in' hilarious, whatever that i s the chief of police and tha citty' Anyway, he was in a might y good attorney and the health officer and humor. He wuz just laughin' and a. few more wud be able to glt chucklin' to himself whin I walk-their salaries regular. The ma.re ed in. told me he had saved quite a big ,. TAMPA LIFE The poor shall now most wis-Took his seat when he got day. The Fox newsreel is the :pio-dom know, up to neer in the field of sound news, And water wind where corn and is considered to lead the in-doth grow; Florida MUST be good when the dustry in timeliness and general Great house s stand in far-flung excellence. "Zip, Boom, Bang," a v.ale, All covered o'er with snow and hail. Federal Government s e nd's a dele-gation into the Everglades to try and find a place to PARK. A Car1lloneur is a !ellow that can And now i:rl. a word In uncouth s tep u:p 'to a bunch of BELLS and rhyme, g e t 'em TOLLED. or what shall be in future .. time; It's funny how these candidates For, in those won d 'rous, !ar-off days who are so doggone particular about having a UNION label on The womerr shall adopt a craze their circulars before ele29 Plyllt.Outh itedan like the paving of highways with rub-shown during its tour day run at new UU the Park theater starting tomor-11121> Chenolet Road.!iter --U5 UU J'ord iiedan ----450 row. 19U Ca.dillat ied;m ---liU Fox Movietone News makes its 1929 Ford Ji:port Roadst'lr_ 395 walk; Shall ride, shall sleep, and even ber. More competition for manu-talk; fa.cturers of good intentions. .And i n the air men shall be f 1 'd 11rst appearance at the Park Sun-seen, Tpe Ii e b ood Flori a's marn 11:1& Ford Roadst'lr 325 1928 Whippet Cabriolet __ 27' 1U7 Oakland Coupe ----276 In white, in black, as well as arteries seems to be tourist auto-1927 Hudson Coach __ : __ 275 A great man then shall come and go, For prophecy declares it so. In water iron then shall float mobiles. .. .. Tampa again changes police department heads; this time it will be "good Knight." A.s easy as a wooden boat. There may be some businesses Gold shall be found in stream you start on a shoe string, but or stone, it takes doe to succeed in raisi:J.g In l and that is as yet tlnknown. rabbits. Water and fire shall wonders do, A community without a news-And England shall admit a Jew. paper is like a ship without a rudder. The Jew that once was held in scorn For the benefit of those who Shall of a Christian then be failed to hear the Governor's ad-born. dress at the South Florida Fair, A house of glass shall come to it is the same as before, Talla-pas&, hassee. In England -but alas, alas! A war will follow with the It looks like Ackerman was a:!'-work ter Amos in Earnest. Where dwells the pagan and the Turk, Speaking of round robbins, the tourists pay their board bills and The States will lock in fiercest the hotels pay for billboards. strife, .. And seek to take each other's It's the boy who pitches hay life; while the sun shines in tlie North When North shall thus divide that we find pitching horse-sh_oes the South. The eagle builds in lion's mouth. Then tax and. blood and cruel war Shall came to every humble door. Three times shall sunny, lovely France Be. led to play a bloody dance; Before the people shall be 'free, Three tyrant rulers shall she while the sun shines in the South. And if you would hear the "Best from the Press," tune iil on WFLA, Clearwater, next Friday evening, at 7:45, for the "State Press Scrap Book," sponsored by the Florida Clipping Service. Don't confuse the sowers of WILD OATS with our FUTURE FARM ERS. see; Ea.ch sprung from dynasty. News item: .A load of WOOD from' diff'rent Washington is expected to arriTe in Orlando this week. Then, when the fiercest fight And now the EXCHANGE seems is done, to be in the WANTED column. England: a.nd Fra.nce shall be as one. The British olive next shall twine >.-In marriage with German vine. Men walk beneath and over streams Fulfilled shall be our dreams. All England's sons that plow the land Skall oft be seen with book in hand _..ti In the end of the da.y, all this talk about improving our dairy herds is nothing but a. matter of first class bull. Cheer up, girls, there's many a ba.U player with & run in his 11ock. Little Jack Horner Sat in the corner, The_ tailor was pressing his pants, But he 4.ldn't sit long, For & wasp with a prong DR. N. E. BROWN OSTEOPATIDO l;'HYSIOLUI .A1m SURGEOM 19J7 Dod'"e Sedan ------2i0 Hupmobile Sedan ___ 275 Oolen and n.ctai Di--. UU Dod' (i)oup'I ----375 lU7 Naah Roadster 175 4 2 Ii W. Lafayette St. Pho11e Pi'lnty More to Select From Trade or Terme AUTO EXbHAJiGE 1202 Florida Avenve BUY LINOLEUM FROM A LINOLEUM SPECIALIST BETTER PRICES -FINER INSTALLATIONi Inlaid Linoleum "A" Gauge ................ -............ $2.50 yard Inlaid Linoleum "B" Gauge --$1.95 yard Inlaid Linoleum "D"'Gauge .............................. $1.50 yard Inlaid Linoleum, Crescent Quality -$1.25 yard All above prices la.id without extra charge. .Ask us for estimate on permanent linoleum floors. Telephone for samples and prices. FURNITURE AT ALMOST WHOLESALE PRICES Young's Congoleum Store "We Smile and Hustle" 804 Floribraska. Ave., Corner Nebraska Ave. Phone 2213 Specializing in the sale of lumber and millwork, it is only natural that we should know the kind suited to various building and repair purposes. Our suggestions !or this reason will always be found highly and may save you money as well as :possible disa.p"Only the Best of Each Grade" T. W. RAMSEY LUMBER AND MILLWORK Phones Y 1219 and Y 1231 Office and Yard-17th St. and 6th Ave. : \ .. UNRESTRICTED This five acres of Florida A venue property should be of especial to an investor who can visualize its future possibilities. For Particulars Call MIMS-4335 CuaSt.AreaM CITY MARiETS Tampa' Public Market H. -H. White Sulk F eoda, Tea, Co ... Spic., Dried Fruiu, Nma, Picldu, Candied Fruits fer Fruit Cak .. STALL32 CITY MARKET GOODIE GOODIE DO-NUTS STALL NO. 3 Vim, Vigor and Vitality Made from the Best Eggs, Milk and F'.lour 88 88 _gg BB DD Do not associate them with the old-time greasy fried DO cakes. They are healthy, invigorating, easily digested. 88 Splendid for lunch with a glass of milk. ffi Doz. JQc I ,,,..,,,, d ... ,, ...... C. WILLIAMS QUALITY RUBBER ST AMPS AND MARKING DEVICES Phone 4552 LOCAL "". LONG DI STANGE MOViNG Room 106 Cass St. Arcade STORAGE fOJl. ANYlHING PACKING AMO SHIP. PIN Q


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