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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02314
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,OWNERS I Success of Local Suits Reveals ClaimOf j


C VEN WEEKS Bank Attracts Formula Here As ::


"I.Bo Taffy Buyers- Not to HeI'r'oaerutetl Outside Notice Gasoline Substitute. "
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I'JiU'IQS aln see.' .. .. :3 v to6gaaattev Clay County 'llmm l'ubllaltly .

G, Dec. 31. Ac- enetf i '-,' teases llniriitary .'nklt'bout I Art<< Inn by Atlanta: Men Would,Prr. "!

ncWledglng a custom of long I Ma-1e, .. r' Hank of a.rk.l". I vent Itevelittlon or Hale of ',, ', ;"

JMlng the state motor vehicle II I ''lIMe'M' I Neeret, by, JIl'ktonvUl01! ,
.mwrr The conspicuous of the 1'
success '
Oi' &rtmel\t is asking the county II r aax \Call.! .
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'f I kraaease, Bank of Starke la attracting: attention '.. 's
1 it4orltles ot Florida to be len- anoes \

UJ tot the next two weeks with I Arise a away from home and causing Jacksonville, Jan -Clnlmlnff1*,'

ewae rMteLdtal [ some very favorable comment that a Jacksonville) man, C. J. t
ow/ere of motor vehicles who haveobtained xfwsaecn
"" ; :gleerteaal' about Starke and Bradford coun I Weeks- 60, engineer[ residing at
I the 1928 license '" .
._ / sasasenmutt '
/ Isnee ty. In Its issue ot December 30th -714 Lydia street, has devised a'
W. F. Allen, state motor ve-
iatture .
t Ie commissioner announced to- Mail east) iatetesNaei the Clay County Times, publishedat A rcveiit ;>lctum of the ninth tureen of the rwenUy const mcte l Key- formula for a substitute for gasoline .I ,'
'<.' ,. Green Cove Springs, containedthe stone llcltfliU Golf links which: has driven a Hudsbn 'J

I .. s '. tu_" folow.'ng.! article about this automobile 49.2 miles on a pint p
fbe authorities will be
I asked to "a rINlWe popular financial Institution: during a test and
I which substitute !
low the motor vehicle owners theo ereea+ iafRranatlaom "The prosperity ot the rural and 1
r .. itaataaeeae Keystone Golf containing( In excess of 09. "
: Heights
weeks of "grace" in which
to I .: A err civic communities of Bradford per rent' of water can. be made for !
Cain the tags, but after that time
county reflected during the less than
qM Nraeeaea was one cent a gallon Nathaniel
was stated, those still carrying aaatas current In the record Club ( / '
wmsntaa78aaM year making Opening January 9 P. Pratt of Decatur Oar, : ;
J27 tags will be vigorously j
prose- :. 8z: 1St' business done by the Bank of and George L, Pratt, of Atlanta !

ted. .alr79eaeef >? : a ":' Starke, one of the foremost financial -- .- I through their attorneys today pe- ,, ., ,
der the law new tags must eataeaet '3' t' <. iWdeletll>* Institutions of Bradford coun- (By DILLON QRAU.VM) tltloued federal court here to rltt.1 }11
eteeaanr' : '
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procured on January 1 of each aewaev 5:. ',', ar.rauwA I ty. Keystone Heights, Fla., Jan. 4. County Agents strain Weeks from revealing his t""" :
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lar. The department cannot : r .,. dI "In the statement recently Issued -Entries from golfing Cen- I secret to anyone but them. The suit 'ft'' '

,jange It that law, Mr. Allen said, I w9Iee a +' ; ,,: w, t'erg Rewxitaaew I by the directors ot the bank ter in central and every northern Florida Help Many New stilted that Weeks' claim was that ,, ,

can suggest co-operation with s INMaataleae' It was said[ that the year 1927 the Hudson would run In excess ot ,.'..." ; t4
3 motor vehicle_ owners. I :ww ., R 1. AMMaelaaeY was not {only a record breaker in have been Invited for the open- Farm Settlers 390 miles a gallon on the fluid. .

tas: volume
[i ittle Damage I net earnings: ot the bank also were Heights Golf Club, scheduled vancod the local Inventor more ,
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'v a. ri aaresea a JWefeaxlxltetlMn' >Jeraav of unprecedented,: size for January Oth. which stands out Florida Condition. Cnll lr Different than $1',700 and that now, alter -

Caused By Coldeather 1 ? aeausaira+ewamar "As a'result ot this prosperous as one of the most attractive links /oCli'ultllre/ telling them that a person or
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Y erarNtkl esme.eurrertynnt.a rlealrarMH' condition the directors of the Bank competition of the winter 'season. !persons connected with the gaso-

I sN .2. elewMxIVrkt of Starke, reviewing the business Authorities[ at the (Keyntone !Many farmers who have, boon line Industry had offered him $1-

Rpportlll for 'Vt't'k Ending ot the past- twelve months declared Heights[ Club are going to play lured to Florida by fortune, are 360,000 to "forget" his formula. ,

January 4tll JroPlH'd Shows to Temperature '18.to 4 : ; % an annual dividend to their stock- (host on this date, and allow any flndlng.,that their best friends are Weeks has since opened negotiations :i I

holders )jot twenty-five per cent. umatuer golfer in the state to play the county agricultural agents, oftlcn.Uy with, the Ford Motor company j

--_. This accounted to $25 on lap In the tourney without any! greenor of the extension division of and the tea Motor company 4, '. .
1\Iax. Min. Precip.C. $100 worth of stock held. entrance fees. Several attractive Weeks was In Lake City today

28 23 40' .02 '"Besides this the conservative prizes have been offered by the the University ot Florida declare. and efforts of the The Journal to : .

C28 76 119 ..00c. Fp4i policy of the bank, caused the club officials. Because farming conditions In communicate with him by telephone

SO 78 U .00 directors also to add the sum of Inter-city matches Monday Florida[ are so widely\ different tailed However Mrs. \\" b

11 73 118 ,00TI. 55* $10,000 to the (surplus fund of the [ between Palatka, Ocala, morning Green- from those of nearly every other Weeks said that she "was Quite

1 48 as ,14a bank, as well as to order a substantial Cove Springs, and II. W. Andor- stat" many newcomers find that sure It (tile substitute would do

2 37 22 ,00a. sum Jto: be left In the undivided tone' Heights have been planned.A they are at a loss to know what to what he (Weeks) claims." ''

I 38 16 / .00 profits account With this silver trophy will be awarded to do, or when to do it. Many county The suit sets out that later *.sts \

n. 4 __ 21 .00. $10,000 addition, the capital and the winning team while agents have recently reported calls made at Camp Johnston herkVof.
Deckley
(Figures taken from report fur surplus of the Bank of Starke now Ralston Putter will be presentedto front new farmers, and have been the substitute, yielded a mileage f .

shed by the Southern Forest Ex- .. amounts to 40000. the low medalist.All liberal In giving their help. only 10.5 and 9.8 per gallon, bOl

rlment Station, Starke branch.) I-y------ E. S. Matthews Is president of amateur golfers The majority of the new settlersare "the petitioners" are still of thai

Outside of setting back the the Bank of Starke and n. J. Davis ble to enter both the are eligi- reported to be prepared to fol belief "that his apparatus and his t
Fons Makes driving: con
rawberry crop of this section for Hathaway Cashier Both men are sale test and the putting contest :which. low the lines which they have fuels are of great value and that II

.isslbly three to four weeks, the to be keen business executives:> and will be staged In the .I\fter-I chosen In the state. Most\ of them the contract between petitioners
early I
>ld weather of this week resulted Formal Announcementt never let an opportunity pass noon, Ucautltul prizes will be also are financially able to set up I and defendant [if fully complied >

I little damage to the truckers. which will help the advancementof awarded the victor In. each, these.' themselves In business. As usual, I with by defendant would result la fl
of
ardens were badly damaged, butte agricultural and business opportunities event: j there are those who have little ex- /great profit to petitioners, to-wit, ,, \
hardy vegetables escaped of the residents ol I Iparlance, or rash, to bark them, In ot $10,000,000"." '.(
more I Tallahassee, Jan. 4.-(Special). The feature of the entire I day's a sum excess Lt
ijury. During the warm weeks Fons Hathaway, chairman of the Will Test New Bradford county and of Starke, Its J'l'ogramwill- be the professional and! IN
( the' fall and winter the -straw- county teat.MARTIN. best ball i hailtuu moat: difficulties to overt the fuel will do all .It did' at the .

rry bushes grew to large size, State Road Department and one of Variety CottonMeeting outstanding match professionals between, the" four) omu.! preliminary[ t tests, the PratU ask (. Id
of
I of educators of Florida de- central The Influx seems! !, to \he confinedto I '
'id In many Instances reported leading ISSUES Florida[ The match will find that Mr.\ Weeks be restrained front j a
ilelded the fruit to such extent dared his candidacy for Gover- Hob Fortune of Ocala, and no one county or locality. Reports any further' dealings with parties] jfr /
', / Called for f Saturday At Billy from ua tar north at .Orange '
I t small quantities of the fruit nor today in a brief announce- Dull winkle I other than them In connecUlJnI
Gainesville
WEEKPROCLAMATION o
STUDY toamud
'1 1 continue coming to market.lieI' meat l Issued from his home at Tallahassee I CourtIioiMff to Secure.Plant. up against Jack Campbell of Green rounty and as far south as Palm I with selling Ills Invention and that

Sections Feel Cold Wave where be Is rapidly recovering -' ing Acreage./ Cove Springs and II. W. Anderson ilnach county have recently mentioned the the court [Issue a decree ape Lt '

Reports! from sections of thee from Injuries sustained ot Palatka. ( new settlers. Agents on clflcnlly! requiring Weeks to carr: A;

south of Starke show that the jln an automobile accident. A meeting will be held in the A banquet In the evening. at the 'the West Coast also have reported, out his agreement with them. bA

-zlng temperature of the frlst | In declaring his candidacy/Mr. courthouse Saturday afternoon at January ttlli to 15th Designated them, Indian River county has a .fEN'
i Keystone\ Inn will top oft the days ''IiIaPItl.H: '' t
1 e days of this week resulted in Hathaway made it clear that. at 2 o'clock and farmers interested in Time to Learn More Of activities. All golfers and their number of newcomers especially UJoJ.liUI.N: : ) : t It* ,

Ifht damage to the citrus but I I[ a later date he would issue a statement the prospect of growing cotton are FtorUlrt. I friends will be welcome to this interested In truck crops. The OF" FMHUOA KWrCATIOXUeorge : .. ILItC'
d considerable damage to truck of principles formally referred agent in Manatee reports many -- ---
asked to be present to listen to repast in by various de- C'lionen to iuo
settlers brought
: Ops In some sections. I to as a platform. lie said Declaring that there Is a desirer W. Marks f
The
j Keystone Heights[ IsIn
the merits of the Delta Strand No. course [
Orlando section reported that be expected tboegln his ac- a "deeper and more profoundknowledge" the finest velopment agencies coed Charles M. Fisher, of Mlatiil '.
6 variety of cotton, said to be extremely possible condition, as These farmers are being advised[ are
Llciilarly trucks
all the early tive campaign early after January of the history and progress Other Otllcerit KlocUil -
the result of Intensive care In the ;
local
resistant to the attacks of their particular
destroyed, the only crops to when lie plans to visit[ of FlorIda concerning Ii of
15, every past and current, last few months. The entire ut Meeting Held In l,
:
as
Such projects
the boll T.
weevil. B. Rushing conditions.
and lettuce if-
pe being cabbage part ot the state. Gov. John W. Martin has has
been '
r Sanford Eonelderabls damage Mr. Hathaway took occasion to who with S. R. Johns, will plant sued a proclamation designatingthe course few and gone over' In the drainage Irrigation, land prepara- .

done to truck aa crops public press week of Jan. 9th to as ft has been given to the W: -
greans. Billy the agents. In the Tampa, Dan. 30.-George
Citrus will be present f> tell the farmers by '
reports damage constant 'and 'ever-Increasing for the study and contem
of the success of this cotton period Dullwlpkle, professional! ,ut the trucking regions, special Instructions : Marks of DeLand eras elected! ,
t. pledges of support offered since plation of the story of Florida. Gainesville Golf and Country Club Florida
the
given In sprayingand president of Educ'ftJ
it Bullocb Evans being
is la
are
.Petersburg the cold- of his as grown follows ) ,j
reported the first serious mention The proclamation : the T
and Tatnall counties, Georgia. was engaged by Keystone dusting for Insects and di tlon association[ which closed its
day In eleven years, tempera- name In connection' with the nextgovernorship. "' In "Whereas( Florida hall made Heights officials to do the polishing forty-second annual convention t d
dropping to 29 degrees, dam- His announcement Due to their success making strides In all sease. '
and progressive
rapid
of the boll off" work on their course and here todoya, tosucceed Charles M.
good in spjte weevil
ig the young crops. follows: ), the crops farmers of the sections lines of commercial Industrial and. Bullwlnkle has It In fine shape. I' NOTICI'J Fisher, of Miami Mrs\ Alice O,1 'U
4 amage to groves in the Lake- TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS civic endeavor, and elected! .
this variety of cotton are According to the scotch pro It is Lovelace of'Tampa. was ,, lri
section was reported to be OF FLORIDA: Ii growing In- "Whereas there Is manifest one of the best 9-hole courses In An all day meeting of the Wo vice president and 14.F. Harts-, < |S I fa !g ;u'
be
one-fourth) to one-halt the I I will be a candidate for.the office said to planting a heavy throughout the state on the part Society of the '
\1 The yield acre Is more central Florida. man's. Missionary field, of Tallahassee, treasurer* H..,,:VjM. 'c\ JfDI ,
except) where the groves were of Governor In the Democratic: crease. per of the entire citizenship and especially Association will '
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short cotton and the The entry list at present Includes New River Baptist Senley, of Tallahassee, will con. } ; average
I than ,
ated. Damage to truck wasay primary in June. With the assurance last was five cents a I I on the part of the thousands the names. of some of the be held at Corinth on Saturday, tlnue as executive ,secretary. ., 'I j;
temperature reaching 24c.tees. of support that baa come price year I of new citizens who have at 10 o'clock ;, )
than received on I most widely[ known amateur golfers Jan 21st, beginning Mrs. J. Hied Rams\j.nt Tampa: :
they
to me from every section of the pound more chosen Florida as their adopted in northern central Florida, It Is desired that all churches in II O. Shealey, of OC uh *3d >"i.Ir..<
the variety. t "
Hi the lowland section of Avon. state and believing the people of upland be In home, the desire for a deeper and while dally the list Is Increasing.Wednesday' the association be represented Tyler, of PeJuacoUlWer;J A\\1
[ will only .slam
badly their full Mr. Rushing knowledge of her ......... ":
j the truck crops were Florida. will give approval Interested more profound whether they have Missionary BOcletU's elected to fill thls'year'sAvacanjcles ,
and farmers
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Starke few days, ho
diaged.Tallahassee. of record of public service a and progress, so that
my urged to attend the history Busy or uot. In the executive committee:'of
reported temperate I feel confident of victory. are afternoon, or get rent and Pastors of all churches cordial[ the association, /t a.meetl",af ot
Saturday
readings of 15 degrees Success! can only come, however, I meeting "Whereas, there has emanated ly Invited. There will be state the committee foI.'wWig,.' the convention .
Mr.
with Mr. Rushing or With ]Fires
touch
8:.the Ocala section where the through the active support of In from, Florida's social and civic' or- Day workers present and dinner on the N. M. SJi'WUean'ot: / 't : to

trmometer reached 18 degrees, : friends, and this I am sure mine' Johns. ganizations a demand for 'the dissemination ground. school of educaUTi "I the,7lbk' '

,arranges were frozen will give in full measure. of facts relating to this I'lnme Destroy Magnolia Cafe and Mrs. J. T. Quigley State College qji Women TJ, ?

(;fauchula\ section felt a tem- FONS IIATII AWAY. State Road Department, which I his tory and progress, so that Two Ileftlilenrrft DifferentHortloim Pub. Com. Cbm. hassee, was ,el fed cbalrlV'! ?" '

,I Inure of 26, causing damage to While Mr. Hathaway has been'( during that time has won the admiration : Flbrldans may better know their of Town. that body > V: : t

etlant, peppers and other vege- persistently urged to announce his [ of the nation for the re- 'own state. from a fire hydrant to secure water The next con entlon cl'3 ,.;, 0 +

ts, candidacy for months past; be has markable results attained. He has "Now, therefore, I, John W. Three Ores Wednesday morning for the) hose !lines, and the flames, date of the nell conve .

I t, the Irish .potato section' consistently refrained from discussing behind this present record 'of fine Martin, by virtue of the power within the space oil nine hours starting near a chimney at the ) decided on by he" "' '

&Sul Hastings, the temperature politics, preferring to. devote public service approximately: :: twen- vested In me as governor of the kept the local fIre department on rear of the house, made a clean rnlttee. 1

dijped to 24 degrees. Very few his time and energies to the ty-five years as a leading educator, sovereign state of Florida, do here- the Jump, all three resulting in sweep of the large dwelling. Onlya A proposed tb',

. ona farmers had planted their carrying forward of the extensive having for eleven years served as by proclaim and declare the weekof practically total losses. The first few household good. were saved. law for Florl It'

pto p8. and the damage will be road building program as rapidly head of the Duval couny school Jan. 9th to IBth Inclusive,. in alarm was sent at 1:30: a dwelling The loss was only partly covered. pens'malt

I siti and as effectively as possible. system, and for seven years as the year of 1928 A. D.. to be house In the negro sectlon'of the IMIKSIWTKBIAN; : vide a a tea \ 1110

, to i <| Florida State Marketing Though he made. number of Im- principal of the Orlando High 'designated as a period of the story town belonging to Amos Williams, ed. Fun'

I Eiaii) Issued the following staten 'portent addresses during tLe per- School. He was born in Holmes of Florida" being totally destroyed. The.build- Sunday school-at 10 a. m. vlded Y ,

'Wednesday: iod In connection with celebrations county and until he went to* Or dIETHODISTSunday Ing was out of reach of the hone meeting Wednesday' state, '

; l Icehfaing to reports reaching 'marking: the completion of lando, taught rural schools In various : from the nearest hydrant Prayer at 7:30.Preaching Lore s

IBUte: Marketing, Bureau only stretches of roads or .Important West Florida counties. lie Is School Sunday morningat Thirty minutes later another night at 11 a. m. and 7i30 ,. IF J

, Bit,damage resulted' citrus, bridges, he refused to take any an alumnus of the. University of E. K. Ferryman, alarm was given when the interiorof ] .

Itiy&by the cold wave of the part In politics. While he baa Florida, having graduated from 10 o'clock, the Magnolia Cafe was dlsvov- p. Christian m. Endeavor Society at 4 S ..

lewd nights. In the Bradenton steadfastly declined to take part in the co-educational institution at 3upt. at U a. m. and ered to be ablaze, and before the 1 :
Sunday
iiMaoatee districts the growinger political discussions of every char- Tallahassee which, until the merger Worship subject "TI- fire department could again get 6:30.: Johnson of Oeor rltJ, ,
Morning
Mr. Jerry
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eggplants and large part of the press and of Florida's four regional 7:30 p. m. entire two-story "' S )
o| peppers. acter, a and evening; subject, Into action the will address the young peop*. wr
tk.k:.V era probably wlpped out. hlfl' thousands of friends feel that, schools, served as one of the dal Wave,Acquaintance." building was gutted by the flames. Thursday night at 8 0'<::10' ;i': _

Cd' iind lettuce evidently es- he enters the race as the leading State's Institutions of higher learn- "A Large Sunday after- The fire was discovered by Mr. favorite with all J' :.. ,' .
League. Is a '
In the Cen- candidate, his pledges of support, Junior who bad the cafe under ry ;.da
&tous[ aamage. Toole, and tt' '
ea,4' that ing.In of his able and noon at 2:30: ( o'clock. people of Starke ,;1.', f wt t.
being .
tart ion It was reported from every quarter unpre- recognition at 3:00: o'clock Sun- lease, and he assisted in awakening glad to hear him. ,,1s .ml
&I vegetables were killed cedented for a man still unan- long sorvice Ja the cause of Florida's Ill-League occupants of the upper story, '..' Y'

's caboage would be dam- nounced and who had not actively school system, the faculty of day afternoon.' League Sundayevening used for a hotel. Many of the' OAKOMNB COWS'

f ere was slight damageto campaigned.While the University of Florida 'confer- Sentor Epworth guests escaped over the roofs of FOB' UKA ,
ag ,
to the west side of San- yet In the prime of life, red upon him the institution's! at Si45.Midweek Service. Wednesday buildings adjoining and were assisted a'Bradtord'f rt

to ti. Plant City area re- Mr. Hathaway, when the primary highest honor, the decree of LL.D. o'clock. to the ground- by. ladders '' ;5f

pol ite only slight damage date arrives, will have round,-d out evening- Tt30 Invited! to at- from the truck. The damage, will 481 galon r I\ 1.1 .
TIIANKS cordially
to only a small part was three years as Chairman of tn. C.1RD OF You are services. run between $8,000 to $10,000, month of M'with ((7 \
-- tend all ot our ;J' 1,1
ind this was well proTest Insurance-of $ ,1100. $' .
with F '
.
h thank our
;
Fort We wish to sincerely
Myers reports no t
t The strawberrytlon this time. In the trucking sections many friends, both white and colored Homestead-NJson & Qrlmmell The third alarm was given at 10 I toberr't' ;'' ,.,
erck : was about twotill' frost damage market the residence of E. .U irr Qsszrt
and produce o'clOtwhen :
rendered meat "
far and West Palm for the valuable services opens t J
there so it
... considerable darnA ,:
M. Thomas, east of the ball park 8" '
for that section at the lime-of the burningof bere. t '. '
reported r' ,
Beach
and young berries; on : Bart w-.rFIrst carload Of cabbage was destroyed by the flames. The ,
# borne.
nd that no additional frost damage re- oar I
plants practically from bere recently. house was too far awar
III
-1 ugh that section at sulted." I K. M. Thomas and family. shipped locate a

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--- I Miss Oracle Conerly la very ill Mrs. Bedla Conerly and Mrs. Sal- Elder J. II. Kelley attended Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rodgers an ]
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........................ part of last week here visiting -
mother. Mrs. W M. llarrell. I with pneumonia and malaria! com- ly Mott were visitors. to Gainesville services" at Union Saturday and children, Mrs. Karl Finn and son, -

BROOKERlM : bined. We all wish her a speedy Saturday. Sunday of Wajcross, Oa., were the week, PAINTER'S
: Mrs. J. V. Edwards and family
It>U < .Ib"r. Cur.Brooher. ; returned home to Tampa last week i recovery.Mr Mr. Lex Green was visiting here Mr. Smith of Melrose was hereon end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D,
.
.......... .............. utter spend:ng several days with C. E. Crosby wall a visitorto Wednesday. business Saturday afternoon Peele. Simon Pure Citrus
friends and relatives. ( Jackaonvlle Friday. Mr. and Mrs.. I* R. Gainey were W. II.' Rosier of BrookSTlIle wag
I Jan. 0- Mrs H I. D. Lynn Mr. L. n. Galney. A. n. Surency Mr and Mrs Eugene Crosby re- visiting in Starke Tuesday. ..N.....................e the guest of his grandmother, Mrs,, and

returned home at Laoooehee Sun turned home last Friday, after J. S. Rosier, Tuesday night of last t
E. M. Hazen and J. J. Morgan, Mr. D. L. Jones from Indian- : LAWTEYMr : Gem Farm Crop
ho week with I spending a few days here with week.
day utter upending were attending to business in town who with friends has been .. B. .. .....?, CarNNONNOONOOOO9E .
t Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. Starke Monday. friends and relatives. spending a few days here, has re- Miss Lucile Forsythe returned :

O W. Harry was a business visitor Mrs. ti. Johns Is on the sick list Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughter, turned back to work. ..+ Monday after spending last weekIn r FERTILIZERSAre

to Starke Monday. thin week. We all wish her a Florence, were visiting In Waldo Mr. Pounds from Shellman, Ga., Lawtey, Jan. 6.-Mies Joyce Jacksonville with her sister, _

M. D Ilarrell of Sunford, spent speedy recovery. Friday.I is spending a few days here with Terry, who is attending school at Mrs. Roy Saunders I

friends and relatives. Tallahassee spent the holidays Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and
--r with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. baby spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mr. Lyon Crosby visitor "TIME: TRIED
was a AND CROPTESTED"
; O d.a.o6y4 nr+aed0 eo-0'Od'e e04'0004Tristan J. Terry. !Mrs: Leroy Norman of Vanderbilt
to Lake City Sunday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. E E. bad B. E. Rosier and Leslie Mc-
I Burney
f da Cunha Forgotten Island of Romance J Among those attending: the
as their new year guests her par- Clellau were visitors to Starke
party at Mr. Math Dukes last Sat- Our Brands are the Acknowledged -
ents, Elder and Mrs. II. V. Skipper, Tuesday.
tvwn o-r ......xwou o 0 0 0 o '60.OG'0'O' +s4o'o' 0 oo 00000000 a C) urday night were: Misses Oracle, Standard by whlcl> I
i Lorpnalnd, Ozena Greene, Melbree Mr. and Mrs. L. 3, King and two Mrs. Hester Sapp and son, Co Growers of Florida have

: ... .. children of Jacksonville. Mrs. hen, were the guests of Mr. and
Hedges Messrs. Russell, Roy and
tertUl
.. -- Judged all
: ': 4..0 .'r' : ,><. ' "K < \ Mrs. ) Sunday.
: .Ji. .. '"t .: '> .; ;,: ; ;. : : :'.'-::<' ..; ; < : :: Leslie t eene. Buddie Russ and several days as Mrs.. Burney'a nearly' forty years \
...; w. ;<4.j; "' ',, p jtJtT'l4! Clyde Cone. guests. Mrs Maggie Forsythe spent living nil we can for\tvlui
: ; !if" >, : :1.1 Mr. E. E. Crosby was a visitor Sunday with her slater Mrs. Wil- we get instead of getting aU

1 / .; {: 'f.; 1J' to Orange Springs last Wednesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowry and lie Reddish.Mr. we can for what we give,"

c -, ... ') ; Lyon Crosby was a visitorto sou, A. J. Jr., also Mrs. Wigginsof and Mrs. L. Grime and babyof til. the policy of
I "' Jacksonville, visited their mother t.
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.- -.... ; : ; Starke Monday Starke, spent the weekend here I

; .f .1f.f'iJ.; ;: : Mr. It. P. Gainey and Ralph Ha- Mrs. Lowry Sunday.who the with relatived, : TIlE. E. O. PAINTER
", Alfonzo Grlffls spent
..}.t S.:, <; .W ,....k. : zen were visitors to Lake Butler holidays with his parents, returned R. S. Rosier was. a visitor to : FERTILIZER CO.J.tCKSONVlLL1 I II
Ji'.Ltl Lt .f :' ,
'"' Jr.. =gtrsmfltlt..fdi> 7Cr} .. .. I .'' v .. ".,, ..., Monday. to Tampa last week. Starke Saturday afternoon, I : :, FLA.A .
.d. ..: '
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( I < ( V> : awn .rt : o,' a
-:-........PP1i.nPPPi.YPPPOiMPPPI. "' ... .., r..r,..MP... .:.-.w.r.w: At w;;.:....=f.: ..i ;:; ":" ".4' ........................ Mrs. Mary Todd of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. S. Rosier Eugene For. - -
ew.wu'f3
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t is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill.Mr. gythe and Leslie McCleltaa ppent

j r p- ZIFF : and Mrs. Boa Tanksley of Sunday with Mr.\ and 1 Mrs. J, S, Digest of tin Platform of

Miss Opal Lewis, Cor Gainesville, visited. Mr, and Mrs. Sapp. I

.. .,_ .. 4; ', ""... ',...".-;.-:.<. "., '"", .. _.;:.".. '"' ;m."r: "" : o ? W. II. Edwards Sunday. Cheathem Peele of the'State
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I .1.r. i<',...., 4: ( ; /' .....41", : .,..:".',' f':'" ,.,..., Mr. and Mrs. Quigley of Starke Fan ,'Raiford, spent Sunday night Doyle E. Carlto 1
< ..;... ''' .7- M1Sl :: ; ': ....' Ziff, Jan6Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
t -.; 1: '" >;, :. : I took supper at the Polly Anna Gate With+ his mother, Mrs. Hester Sapp.
Y : ;.:; 1'N.; ; ,'j..A: $ 4;, ,,... ;;w Thomas and son, R, B. Thomaswere Sunday night. Candidate for Governor
Mrs. Earl Finn Mr. and Mrs.Ed .
.m t tuptie.su OK #-IANC6 shopping in Starke Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley of Rodgers and children of Way-

I I. afternoon Starke, spent Sunday with her cross, Ga..., Mr. and Mrs. J. I>.
I Mr. tttid Mrs. B. J. Lewis were father Rev. J. V. Robinson. Peele and baby spent Sunday night .

I visitor! in Lake Butler "Saturday. Mr. and \Mrs. Miles Middleton and Monday with Mrs\ Hester y I :;

Miss Ada Green and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. King ot Sapp. X
Qv
and Mrs. I. Hunter and daughter Tampa, visited Mrs E. E. BurneyTuesday. !
II Mrs. J S. Rosier Louise Rosier
,
Pearl, all of Lake City, Mr. and I '
and Leslie McClellan were' the v !
Mrs. Gentry Stokes and children Mr.' and Mrs. GilchrUt and I s
I oC Mrs. A. B. Rosier at the I i r
guests
of New River; Mrs C. Lewis of children of Brunswick; Ga., and i,
state farm Thursday of last week. ?
Hrooker spent Thursday here visiting !Mr and Mrs. Roberta and children '
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. of Palm Beach visited their par- "t

,t s .Darr Miss( Agnes Green of Jasper, ents. Mr. and Mrs Biggs duringthe
spout Thursday; here with Miss holidays. For PILES l

pal and Lula Mae Lewis. Mrs. Villa Starling returned

Mr. P. W. Lewis of Jacksonville home from Jacksonville Saturday. y'V"TTTT"TRtf uuaramooor&f'ZyATiy ; S

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison, where she has been, under a specialist drug IfI"t will refund your v b i
TtiST/tnOst Camt I3EACrl SCmN6 II of Lake Butler; Mrs. I. W. Dyal for several weeks. jjT.. money If PAZO OINTMENT fails N
rr4' DAOeAl''4 r_ sV to cure Itching Blind,Bleeding or
of Graham, were called here Mrs. O. W. Roberts and; daughter rstruding llea." In tubes with
\ interest :on: oath imes ai:: me Allan pled this strategic island there they 'primitive about the picturesque oul- Thursday to the bedsidd of their returned home from DeLand >\ lla pipe Tic; or In tin box son.

.. ( tic baa recently been aroused by found three Americana one ot whom lock-cnrts. and the cottages built of little brother, L. O. Lewis, who Friday. ,
;,the solicitude of King Oeorge and Jonathan Lambert "of Salem a citizen huge blacks of atone. Blab alias -- -
was seriously Ilk with pneumonia.The \Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodfellowand
Queen Mary ot England for the welfare and mariner thereof," U reputedto circle the lonely island and are pierced -- -
and comfort ot the Iea.t-known Have sailed the seas as a buccaneer with ravines, the walls rising rue many little friends of little two children have moved to

,a and loneliest island colony la Ui. n>. story goes that be came to ramparts from the seat, to a height Miss Hazel. Thomas are glad to Lakeland for several months.ICVKRGUKC.V STARKETEN r.
world. I'be romance :at:I rnatan da Tristan In order to board. In a secret of over 1,000 feet. They are toppedby know ''she is able to be out again a
Cunha i* It* grandeur ol laolatlm place the booty of many a rlcb prize a central cone that stands out {I after a few days of illness. ........................

the truggle for existence ot the law seized and plundered on the roaring amid the surrounding cliffs at a Dr. Mann of Lake Butler was i 1 YEARS AGO TODAY
iD/aoltant of It* rock-bouna .tlc.:.. Spanish Malame ___ _. I AI N
aid height of 7,640 feet, snow-capped and I business caller here Thursday (Dirt. F. A. Rosier Cor.) *
\ the xri"rlence* ot a vapor t ho contiiiuous occupation of rrls- symmetrical as the Peak of Tenerlffev .
r i left a* a Heritage to the island the tan da Cunha began however. In 1817 The I island will soon experience the I and Saturday. of ON..N......e.......... Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and son, I'' +vt
J belief that somewhere amid the roskiU : when on the withdrawal of tbe garrison Joys of radio for early In 1038 the I! I. W. Dyal and Dock Milliard S. T. Jr.. of Gainesville were ,
cc o* found a wealth of puatetreosurs William dlasi of Kelso a corporal Canadian Paclflo Liner Empress of 'Graham, were here Monday on Mrs. Dan Rosier and children, guests at the home of Mrs. Dell'sl

I'be Intend is distant CiotnIt In the Royal Artillery was left France on Its first African-American business Misses Annie, Lizzie and Phillip father Col. W T. Weeks during
nearest neighbor St Helena-Isle on the Inland with his wife and two cruise will stop near this'Island eA-' I Mr. Pervia and Johnnie Lewis Rosier, of Jacksonville, were the last week. DOYLE E. CARLTON

of Napoleonic memories b j 1,60U soldiers. route to Cape Town. when a powerful -,!, were business visitors to Lake Butler guests of their aunt Mrs. J. S.
mile and lit far from the path of The people are self-governing and let and many other gifts from Friday. JtoBler Tuesday night. Miss Anna Canova was a visitorto .-rot'BTSimfllfy PItOCUVHC
ship rarely Indeed receiving a visit elf-supporting The men are daring American and Canadian passenger' I .' Jacksonville last Wednesday.
49 from she treat and busy worldIn sea-men and clever and aped up our Cou
carpenters and will be landed by a raft, for the use Mrs. J. S. Brown, eon and
1814 an engllab: garrison occu- masons; but there is a touch) of the and comfort
of the Islanders.
and the court ell'1
) ptucedure bring! '
--- daughter, Harold and Hazel, are
,] -_ --. -- :( Nt ralcolfn.Caml'l1cll After MajorScnr'vC's"Record visiting at the home of Mr. and kets of Florida up to date.

"" ""' ... .,"'' '. "" ,,,. .. .... at Mrs. N. B. Hull. ({Next !Issue another plank oC 3: .
Beach
: < '
:'ry'k')>" "" :: w." Daytona
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J' ,t .r",: ,'. ".".'""....".,.'W".,"..'r.;,..:..I....",..,;':.:";c. '.lh.,..,'.. Tr ,'.,..., '.',: :. ,.v ,' .. George White left Thursday to Carltoh's platform will appear

1. ",;1 v : .1.: .'.. _tM A: ; <, : : : : \ <'JI: j.w. ", resume his studies in Southern this space.) Paid Political A'luiiniuiiiiiiliiiiniliiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiii

,#' ,... ::,.,,<',':.r." :', : }: ,' ".
; : ". :. :' ;( :; .F'': BI..VIo:1lI\\\ cawnoN(1THr Homer Limbaugh returned toGeorgia
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; ;,.:. : "" : r / '/ / > ,mi'''mi ilon.oU" ,i ul ,t h
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<.. Tech Atlanta, Wednesday
", ., '.....,. ..Itt;!{."..'."....."'. '.,
: : '::i, afternoon, after spending the holidays LAND

I < ;,'.;::::',: ; j : with Ills parents Mr. and Mrs. I

.. T. N. Limbaugh. SURVEYINGSubdividing

t tit w ; Sam Rosenburg was a business -

1 !t I visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
y k.qo. Drain- .
r ( t : Dr% Chase of Jacksonville, was ,

'I a recent guest of his daughter, age Systems

. Ij I Mrs. J. C. Hoover.
Accurate WorkH.
j Messrs. E. R. and T. J. Pop-

'pell returned Friday afternoon E. Lagergren
from Daytona, where they attended

WM the State Teacher Convention. Starke, Fla.AIIIIg11AIIIIIII1WIlAIIflIIIptlIIIIaIFlIlh1 .
Dr. E. L. Biggs of Lawtey, was

,,' i in Starke Tuesday afternoon on / ", nllr'aP'ttmIIIllllllrrllirtlllr' /
1f AJ04 N 0 0 business.

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The'state game and fresh Water iemi ffl arg S! amii imimtuugJ

;1f f 1 flab department now baa availablefor I COFFINS & CASKE

.1. free distribution; maps showingthe j
. exact lortitlond tit all game I and a Full Line of

breeding gounds established by the
State Wild Life\ commission, I Undertakers Supplies

ia With Governor/ a John W. Martin i,I AUTOMOBILE QBARSB

delivering the keynote speech, in I Alvara .. haiuL Tha s.at ....
fir u Pw 1' } !' ,: which be admonished the Demo- at ta. I....1 prl_ IIPHlaI
I 1. + :'t: :3iye.W40 ; Untlim t* tnUarmph ..rderu.aKGlSTgaEU
J cracy of Florida "to carry onwardto KMBALaCXB

iV.c greater goals of progress* the
t ata ;t !
'4a\sa1wL' ( 1 1t state Democratic executive coma. DEWITT C. JONES

L' I wP" mittee met in Jacksonville, Friday, ; STARKE FLA.
I v ,
t 'ti, a i + elected members to flll vacancies :
IV: KiCrlCNtd ,
in its ranks, named a permanent

chairman and secretary, and attended -
-- D"'CO.jA BtcM vJneRe ,
we! RECORD wiu.gantuan e@ATTe'U"T.-o I
to a mass of routine mat ,

t British Racer Will Bring ear weighing a ton*. while 'tare before adjourning to meet on
carefully designed after areo-dynamlc call of the chairman not later than
t 'ik. "Blue Bird" to Amer teats bad been mado'ln the Vlcker January 12th. Say it with Flowe

h ( ,+A ,j ica. wind tunnel to reduce wind reactance _
.e ,
did not overcome this natural I Flowers For All
problem successfully Major Segrave
DAYTONA BEACH. Fla.1 Cape sold that ac 300 m.p.h. BOO b.p. one Occasions
To
Cure
PlkllaJd Malcolm Campbell noted Cnglisoauto half the power of his car was used to a
l;, ROOM''' ,. wA CnnM ; l ,,, .!. racer of London Has written cut down wind resistanceCapt.. t -

.fCIIi' !' that be bas definitely decided to sail Campbell bas ons of the narrowest ol Cold in Gertrude GodbeyAnderson
to America with
"T l' ear famoW BlueBird high speed racing car and feel that j
\'m iv, J .
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*" raClnl'cu' early ,in .
January n i
: the minimum
tv. ,"1' "* amount of wind resistance
; f"A '. -r eiv rout to Daytona Beach. Re will try on his will enable hint to lOne Day : ,
I '- for a new world's straightaway record beat -
Major Begrave's

1- t I"'4. s. r' r 001---L..A/J-_1 .\-. J .": .'.0\01 on the Est die coast Ormond-Daytona of Florida when Beach Major on Insulated J. M. White wire manufacturer.wealthy record Philadelphia' buildIng Phone 39 Waldo. F

,,- :: I Begun also of London set a record Tdlo
siv ... .. : a 8 engined car to develop l.BOO i
: ,. of 203 08 m.p.b. last March. to 3.000 horsepower for a teat on Day laxative .
.\ KMJLr.su: nnicK )fonm actor its (dons the rough Piecesused American automotive engineers are tona Beach this winter. Capt. Camp
yen Vince to aid the'bouse wife In Interested In Cape Campbell's Blue bell be looks
to
says sensational -
I In the half timber work. Therlilmmy her Bird performances
11 work. 1 car It develops less than one- BromQ
} R. C. Hunter & Bra Archts., in the cars being built by
New York.: Is brlc'k''nnd'lHill a stucco On the second half the power of Segrave's Mystery the Miller and Dueaenberg Companies.
floor
there is
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prick houses in general and top anil squatty' poll? .fo.cap it off. smut hall, from which access is a "S.airplane being motor.powered Capt.by Campbell a 430: Napier be- In He England aye Pendlna U half Beacb covered where with be water race Quinine For colds, gri

English: brl uskcesdytSur R__ The plan !It 80 conceived that a caioetr! to the three bed rooms and lieve that be Is not handicapped by and there Is no course) In the world fr7ijlSiS
i" nxlluh brick, houses in particular maximum of space? is- given the UK 'bath. Two of hick of power and U pinning his Ilk* Daytona Beach. E* built the car and flu take
Rive an appearance that might be the bed rooms hopes en the, radical design of his h* will bring over, taking tyk year
ttirmed an "aaU rylng." They } ry an air of performance and dignity Into a small'vestlb le. this third has a large wardrobe lighted -" Laxative BKOMO QUININE Tablet
by will fortify: the system asainst. Gr'p.
a window.
a tabling that the home is space, that would ordinarily be Influonia and other s.rloui ilia w.uGing -
well-built Within and without the house N.wl I watlOllasN.IprIIM1IWYRIAa4rlaelalYrAa4WNaYr4eaalla0W411AIt; ''' ,,, '11NIN11pIpINW,411V' ; from a Cold Price 80c.
and will last for genera- !used for hall space la given over is at I :: i
}: tions. to the living/ room. once attractive and compact, ? The boa bean this' signaturep.JfcjSbOtre'
There Is a giving HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE .
a maximum of
The- house space and
shown
herewith Is large fireplace in this. tI
room where charm for the least I J
} or brick on the first story and ODe may enjoy fhe warmth and nvjney expended. amount of ( I. :

The stucco lines and weather boards above. glow of the open are during the For a proper setting this house Proven Merit since 188WTCI TRAM MARK Rt4.
of this house cool
are good day.) and a' small sun porch should have
and the dark a lot with a frontage
shingles and
brick
open from this room by French of not STARKE FLORIDA
are relieved by the less than 53 feet. [ YOUR TONGUE
stucco
t' gables doors and makes a cool and I
and entrance. The treatment of retreat in summer restful 'specifications:Complete working plans and Represent the Beet Lending Insurance Companies It It'* totted. If' your stomach Im
the brick under the dining of this house may r our, It you have headache If
There is you'r
room a good size FIRE ACCIDENT '
.n the front of the house Is dining hi obtained for a nominal sum LIFE AUTOMOBILE. BOND LIABILITY blUou.1 take a Lane's Plii! tcnlsrht. Relieves the congest>
with
un room an
,attractive window from You'll feel better tomorrow.
usual and adds a touch ot char seat and a kitchen with the Building Editor. Refer ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY prevent complicate
every
conye to House $
li- -114. and htea
.-.it. iiii isitmii.iiiBis im .. LANE'S recovery
ijmim PILLS
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Statement of Condition w
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.BY OUR EJJANGES ., Bank of Starke {: i


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tks __.v-ExP"endltUre-- ofI crouch Suwanne'- growers-------.will A ROLL OF HONOR BANK :i

nvi e line?.

than 12,000.000 Improvemente in Florida I SrdThe AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SATURDAY
I g 1928 for the first of the San- DECEMBER 31ST, 1927 1
I of the
telephone systems fulery crop was shipped last

isula Js planned by the South- TI Y' two cars
leaving for
!jell Telephone and Telegraphy ( which paid $2 a crate For the information of our patrons and all persons interested we are pleased to call 1 I'

J according to J.company'snere. B. Ever- o the Srlimehl!cars grown and was on the conslgn-farm 3 attention to the following statement of the condition of the Bank of Starke at the

anager of the Is a portion r flam!. The other which close of business on the last day of the year 1 1927 : I
The sum
,rom the farm of C. A. Hullo
(7,000,000 to be spent by the flipped to Philadelphia. The r

any in the southeastern was of unusually good qual 4 1 RESOURCES LIABILITIES
the time of year it was said 1 .

L 14 Jot stalks It averaging four to six Cash Reserve ---- .. .. $148387.13 Capital Stock __________....__ $ 15,000.00 I '!
iFuniak Springs-A golden to the crate. The Bills .
in this Sect oft two days earlier Receivable -- --- 186.106.91 ," .J
bird
| than theme -
a very rare I ')
Surplus .
000
00
0 the country was shot and shipped- last year..- U. S. and "JlIlIicipallJo1lds __ 91,650.00 --------------- "" p

ded by Mr. Infinger down i InJ e e Certificates __ _.__ 539.8.5 Undivided Profits
____ _____ 2,601.90
week Mr, >i acola -
laqua section last -Following a day of Banking House Furnitureand '. :

ger gave the bird to Mr ig down clues of various Deposits .X. ..03/'19 6- {
9 Fixtures ------ .---- '
the
ke. who in turn turned it even. naval police appeared : ... -.__ 7,500.00 I

rot 0. Clyde Fisher, of thtf' 'arer Saturday night In ascer- Other Real Estate __ ___. __._ 10,170.77 Other Liabilities _____!.._____ 707.lt a
York Museum of Natural htyf ng definitely l Identity of the
who was visiting here ari

f.the Fisher museum.will: have It mountgq Wj'Mustln last night.on the One naval of reser-the The Modish and BecomingV Total __. ________ .__ ___ _$$117.25J.69 Total ---_---_______..$117254.69 I : pY

S $W cts found today was a silver Line

Jlewlston + A sawgrass tin: 'h. After htls had ben burn-- .' "'

| started Thursday la the Did, considerably, a name was de- The V.lina la of paramount Im- .
ch The closed I
the best in
I Island drainage district of Jtflred to be that of John Rivers ponnnri on thin. or1 -plece frock year just was our history. Many new and valued names r :

irgladea, and was fanned pfcmy: N. Y. No man of thatrs or nock hitlln.! and contributing hip line. The a Inset becoming vest were added to our list of depositors ; the amount of our deposits was greatly increased ..\ f'

by a 30-mile wind fromjwie has ever been on the naval has
overlapping
: scalloped edges
hwest, today bad covered alJollment J of the air station, and harmonizing with the flared ; we were able to pay our shareholders a handsome dividend on their in-

i square area. The flames>Bs believed that the man was amile Sleeves and tunic. A slender belt vestment ; and a large addition was made to our surplus fund. In fact we shared \
front, were sweeping r'or to the naval reservation. of the fabric la finished1 with a. ,
Hili ackemlville-When brilliant buckle to match the liberally in about all the blessings that a bank could ask for, and we start the
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&nwa8s0DeL0vldTh .1
.b the freight- buttons on the vest. No. 1664 la ,
ed by a farmer burning nf.,Daytonlan shoved off from her designed for mlasea and small New Year with grateful hearts and a renewed determination to give our patronsa r
r here Thursday she carried the women In Sizes 1*. II 20 years :
tits farm.Jtuart .. . it cargo of Florida fruit ever or ((14. 8e, SI Inches bust). Sire 1 full measure of safety and service.
IS (IS bust)
require 4tt yards36inch
Charles F. II. pped direct to England and the
-Mrs. : material. Price of pattern -
'union was made of '
celebra-
36 of Salerno was kill' one IB cents
tly Friday when her au n by prominent persons from Nero Winlrr FtiMoH Book now
T was struck by a Florid (or the state, all anxious to bid (out lllvintrttlnr more than three

pt freight train at Salern<| i cargo bon voyage. Approxl-:! hundred smart new atrlea for immediate Bank'of StarkeA
i. The automobile ace tely 8100 boxes of Florida orhe wear. Price ef the beak
It
aunt the
engineer of the tralfl res and grapefruit pee stowed epy.

led on the track. Mrb. PliJ the bold of the be de- A pattern for the above design

asserted had ample tI eered In Liverpool and London will be sent prepaid on receipt of

to safety but was evf eclal refrigeration was resorted fifteen cents In 'stamps or cola. ROLL OF HONOR BANK
rlghtened to move. Insure the fruit reaching its Writ your name and address

e e e ,tlnatlon In fine shape. The clearly SiTe number and size of E. S Matthews Pres. R J. Davis Cashier
ult was valued at $50,000. ,
mpa-Park Trammell. pattern, and address Pattern .Department ,
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Florida', Bradford County Telegraph
OB Senator from : n
'. Monticello-A solid carload of 82> ,
Fourth
refused to commen I Avenue New .
fay, : _. _
uncement of Governor m 'call trees enough to plant 5- York City ,,;;;;; -- =------ _u___ ;.1
his sea 0( acres, have been snipped to Ir1
candidate for klahoma by the Simpson Nur- .....NNNNNNN.... +................... did talk. Other numbers on the''I James C, ITotiser whose marriage I bore with her mother and father
said he would ai ..
|tor .
state often as pos ry company of, this city. The \ : program were several songs, by, to Miss| Martha Futch took place. thla week tt
as HAMPTON
{ t : Keystone Heights J
:: Sunday Jan 1st at the bride's
owth of the Industry in this sec- ,
mlgh, Mrs. Mr. and Mra Louise ti lit
Wm.
that : IMerce two Bird
iiss issues is evidenced in the *> Mlmm Ada Nlmm<.. Co. ... : Mlmm Helm. Ocdm, c... ; readings home. Mr. and Mrs. Houser, after a
on shipping
Enumerated: a number, Martha Sue Brock visitor ben thin. week. LLi}
to Introduc., It of Montlcello thousands of pent .. ...................: :.................. .. : by ; and two a abort wedding: trip will be 1'-'
roposed session of congree) in trees and other nursery pro- Hampton, Jan. 6.-Misses Haze.!I Keystone Heights Jan. 6.-D. readings by Donna Kerr. Mrs. K. located. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Jessie Surrency at se ,*

Ed to Flit ucts every season. Points In Dover and Sarah Simpson of Nort Paul Bird returned to Emory UnlXersity A. Smith assisted by Paul and --- ----. 'I Tampa Is a visitor here with this UC ,.
benefit
be of .................p...... .
e 0 klahoma and Texas prove the Carolina, are the guests of Mr. and I Sunday Jan. 1st, after hav Carl Cooper, led some community week with friends and relatives U.

lIahassee- -The firs st markets for pecan trees. The Mrs. M. L. Watterson. songs, and at the close ot the Git AH AMMnt.
impson firm Is one of the leadingrd ing spent {the holidays at the home program : :1|I The DeLand Dally News la mak.
da's new state pen It Mr. Herbert Thomas of Valdosta of his mother,. Mrs. Ella Bird ot refreshments! consisting ofa ( .\. W. Drift Cor.) ,
will be complete*; f 'he community and its shlp- ing a campaign for the setting of
|d shortly It was lent of a carload is said to be one Ga., is visiting his grandpar Keystone Heights. huge four birthday cake decoratedwith ........................ .''one: thousand additional acres of
lighted and hot
f the orders to be sent enta Mr. and Mrs. candles I bt
largest O.
supervlslntlon Haynes. Philip D. Cadman and Roland
Those \ coffee were served.Mr. Mrs Mamie Saunders and hua- citrus trees In Volutila county and 1
| recently adv om lIfontlcello.I Miss Elsie' Dirt of Starke wa I Stanthorpe who are attending and Airs.\ ljOlohr and family band have gone to Tampa. ,already 615 acres have been planted. t it
I of commissioners the guest of Miss\ Ada Rollins College' Winter Park
Nimmo last returned to Keystone Heights Friday '
Misses Thelma Brown and Mildred ,
)
unl TampaJ. L. King arrested
iutlons that the a Monday.Rev. were guests at the home of Mr. Dec. 30, after a short tour of .
ad on or shortly ear Kissimmee two weeks ago on Cadman's parents Mr. and Mrs. the southern part of the state. Morgan attended (khe bench I The Southern States rower Com
charge of passing counterfeit F. M. Faver preached t
a
jf the new year. If Philip Cadman on Tuesday, Dec. Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Neff, of Wash- pany .mado their' employee a
was In county Jail here Sat- Mountiacb
lone)' last
|ne unit can accom Sunday morning. ington, D. C., and Mra. Neff'a Misses Mildred Morgan llurbert
_j of the prison pop rday awaiting action of a federal Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett, who 27th.Mr.. and Mrs. 'VVrn. J. Ewing and mother, Mrs, Matthews and her :II Christmas present tin the shape of a Sot
Halve will be the pr rand jury. lIe was unable to fur- have ben visiting: friends and relatives daughter, Ruth Rogers and Helen brother, Julius Matthews.. are I and Thelma! Brown motored over)life policy for 91000, for all employees -

1 e i Ish $5,000 bond set at his prelims in Louslvlle, Ky., returned to Ogden drove to Jacksonville for spending several days as the guests to Starke Sunday afternoon j r who had been with the g't

Oak-Farmers ylounty mlnary hearing Friday, before their home here this week. the day Wednesday Dec. 28th. of Mr. G. E. Wiggins and bin mother Mrs. E. Q. Brown an4 Mra. Ellce'(company six mouth. or more.Senator .
intend to in T ommlaeloner Williams. King ad- Miss Mary Thigpen of Marianna A large number' of people attended at Mr. Wlggln's home In Keystone Starling were visitors to Sampson .
|ge generally this .. Itted that he suspected the bills was a business visitor here this the supper served by the Heights.Mr. Monday. I Park Trammell will introduce -
Krvatively estimaUA. e had were not exactly rjght and week. Woman's Club of Keystone I senate' r'
in the
and Mrs. J. II. llouser and immediately Iie*
t hat he tossed away one after best Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hudson Mrs. Rhlle .Waadln visited her
era will regard are Heights at the club house on Dec daughter Gertrude and Mr. Ilob- I after the holiday a bill providing
as caught, but maintained he did guests of Hotel Hampton. mother at Waldo Sunday. ,;'
a 50 percent ert Tutton, of Keystone Heights, (tor federal cooperation in reclamation .r
''ge. Results obt. ot know they were counterfeit, Prof. C. T. Lawhorne has re- 29th.Mrs.. Ella Bird entertained a drove to Dade City Saturday Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and of swamp and overflowed
hat adverse gro Ing was caught by the son.ot one turned to his home here after a number of the ladles of
young visitors 1 IIe lands
31st, to attend the wedding of children from Tampa are _.
_. during the past 1. f his alleged .victims after an au- visit with his mother at Monk Ga. Keystone Heights, including her ---- .
uwannee farmer mobile chase. It was alleged that Mr. II. A Delk has as his guest Sunday school claaa, with a lovely t

Jsultlvatlon of tor )cing passed seven or eight bad his daughter: Miss. Lola Delk of dinner party at her home on Friday Men Who Follow Oil Field Rushes Lau h at landlords.q' '

ie safest farming!'\ Ills in Kissimmee.. Jacksonville.Miss Dec. 30th. The table was attractively -
bo obtained on a. S Erma Johns of. Jackson arranged with a center- '. '
iop. Watermeloi Clewiston-Four five-ton and ville, Is trending this week with piece of pink and white roses and AM/L&ioNVOLLRP Of 'r ,.

oned prominent iiuht two-ton caterpillar tractors her father. D. J. Johns. places were laid for twelve. Mrs. k/ELI iAYei M* ft 9

Miss Natalie Marclonney who : Bird was assisted by her daughter-, --'Q- \ : *kl

has been the guest of her aunt In-law, Mrs.: John Bird and Mrs.J. t'' I hoto

l t Suga tnt Factor in Mrs. Sharehouse of Hawthorne, r. E. Larson. The guests were; 1
Y.Xbl
returned to her home here last Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Chas. M. Weitn- s .

Natioity, Survey Shows Sunday.Mr. I man and the Misses Gertrude {

and Mrs. P. B. Hunt visited I louser, Helen J. Lawrence, Ruth 'r r. I.

their daughter Mrs. S. M. Simmons Rogers, Jeanette Lawrence, Elizabeth 1 'pnlrlr'yarn"_, ,
at Spurr last Monday. "I Caughey, Ruth Lawrence and : I.I'
Mr. J. Pursley manager of the Arneeta and Helen Ogden. '
Paul and Waymer Lumber company A community party for the I'

: I here, visited friends and younger people of Keystone ,:

relatives In Palatka last Saturdayand Heights was held Saturday eveningat II I

Sunday.Mr. the club house. cards I
d Dancing, .
f rs fix. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson and other games formed a greater I y 4 )0t.y' )

: 3 '_ I and (children and Sara \ part of the evening's entertainment a ,
Doer q
_(aLaU.fuFS_ :Simpson and Hazel were Refreshments of coffee, w :gn- toHr -
rN nlg ngaa eI visiting in Green Cove Springs last sandwiches and cakewere served. : llioltwttfc
.
Sunday Mrs. Sydney Church and, family
R. L. Dirt and family were the had as their holiday guests, Mr. It>ar

guests of Mr. Blrt's brother, C. A. and Mrs. A. M. Thomas and daughter r '," ;
Dirt, this week. of Harrisburg Pa., and Mrs.L. so -ve:
'
!
.
a. Bangher and of Eustis.
son
The Florida Railroad Commis- 'I"-/e"/
Miss Anna McCollough, who has '
-
sion, in seven orders just issued, .
been spending the. holidays with ndernore '"!
authorized the Inter-County Tele-
her sister, Mrs. E. C. will
b Shryock t
phone and Telegraph Company to ,
I return this week to her home In ; a i +r..4rn
revise its telephone rates at Avon IIP'-
Monongahela, Pa. 'tire. "
Park,Fort Meade Okeechobee, Se- J
An eight pound girl Patricia. 1
bring Punta Gorda LaBelle and I
Wauchula. Ann, was born to Mr. and Mr*. F.

S. Babbitt, of Keystone Heights, ,l'' v ,,, i 1 leek
' DOTOH. boat 80.000 agTtmUeurtrta.cdUilclane. j Saturday Dec. 31.
for use In the planting of 4000 on ;
tiger best mrcbar..r. and ..___ St '
more acres of cane in the Clewis Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Reamer arrived J|
f and around the '
In
will be well employed I
e Ulna to en ... with an annual outlay la -I ton section have ben received It at their Keystone Heights ,q if Oia.TOn/ ion r

.ecretaryBeet S of t30.ooo.ooo. Caen year oaa was announced Friday by J. R. borne from Meadvtlle. Pa., Monday CHICAGO One type of Uboret In rnSclent time to set up living pine table and chair about i
' sugar to sixty minion dollar are part Zell. field superintendent of the Jan. 2. They were accompanied )tbe United states fives the laugh to quarters. domicile. A wooden ... eQuIP3 4 r
y, made --puouo tarmere for sugar wets Railroads I sugar cane plantation here, who by George Wishart, also of Mead- the landlord and. smiles at talk ef "The type of teD commonly used indiscriminately! on ea nll'lIa 1 E 83J. .
.
than eoo from twenty to twenty-five mil* said that work now under way will Ille. high house rent Re ta the man who sea be bought for about (18. Born doubling for the family wash .. '
to eugax n dollar* tn freight chart**. near be pushed until the entire 4000 Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. McMillan follow ell Held "txcltemenU", and of the more futldlous buy yellow pin day. .
of[ tb* oounuately amount ta expended for enppue I acres are planted. With the workon drove to Jacksonville Monday evening -i take. put In new developments eaye lumber. .Uj a Door and build tld "At permanency eotat*. eipeetalM .N'., ; tF
10O ch ae machinery. eoaJ. eoka lunew Jan. 2. a bulletin Just issued by the American _l1e. Often a .cond.baDIS eton Ucquind. In the Gelds controller by ..tand&l''oJ.
the ,
mill here .r
ated inug bags and chetnleeJ. wall new sugar pro- c" r t tetresta
Research willtun Sinclair, and other larger oompanf
.
Foundation. A rule the
a company
an tny lied nulllona art paid annually mme : gressing steadily following the A community" party In honor of .. and good ..l", ;','",- ,4
"ZY. pew oil Held has its lug a sea lane down tbs street to supply are graded ,,
rurrey etace and federal tales by OMeuga break!??' of ground early this the fourth anniversary of Keystone Town.' a tented district where lUe la fuel. Often toe company also built. School arrive early and ovs d
100 000 I companies month by Governor Martin. Zell Inn, was held at the Inn Monday primitive but comfortable" states the Uye a water line. i iIn ccmmxralty playground are laidCompany
g tall Sr. r* than ninety cent oat afl said he I* centering his attentionon evening. An excellent: program bulletin. ".. a rule no rent to paid. the newer amps a few cooking doctor make healtapeotlon
} Held work dollar received for' bee meat "providing the 1928 meal for was presented at the beginning of Employee limply come in bringingwife utan adla". a metal pall with a tin WM>> and ae the town cIa..1 t
bt It pI14 otlt again for best,*traaepaolabof. the mill with the It-ton. daily ap- which Mrs. Benjamin R. Weld of children and a tent-uruallj/ ta basin, bunke built la tier for the .U.and regular bealtn, departments; ar*
[addition, and enppUea. petite." Penney Farms, delivered a aplen- antiquated mqtor car. An hour: or Sight .. h11dr bome-niade "b1l.h14.: -.l



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ii -- afternoon to resume her'work. In I has been spending holidaywith i I the IttBiil hour. r\f KMni.iif !.-

: .= -- -. : .d' I are Carlyle Johnston Hitch., Hugh Hamilton Brownlee Hitch, Hi the B. II. B.Air. I hIs parents, I'll rtd Dlre. J. i-r at the Bradford South Door Count, ',", I?
I
Ralph r9nrlda
I LOCAL I I 11!. Drownlee, left tesday afI the follow! ",," ',I 'Ir
: i Owen Griffin, Charles Darby, James lauds lylnsr/ and blthg, ,
Atlanta ?
t.a.l ternoon for ere he il I '..
C. I enmity, Florida, to-wli t
j. William Brownlee, Joseph Mai pas, and Mrs. George Livingston
E.NlNG"A. attending dental col lota sand 12 and u' ,
Dilly Dyal Eu- wets "a'.sd to Miami Wednesday "
I. Frank Carptenter wide off the South Hid. "
: Matthews, Maurice Edwards. night on account of the deathof In Block: li'ln KlvlnKoand '1 I
gene
: 1N" Mrs. mother Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Taro fra. Effie Company'" addition. i I.., ,
S Livingston's '
of Starke. 1
Florida.
K. Carrantsas of Jacksonville: Miner and 1\1'8. Oeo W. Roberts
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PARTY AT KI.NGHLKY LARK Rause. Said al re .ball'bA rind" ,, ,
J was a business visitor in Starke aDd little viM* 0 u< Patsy of by virtue. of said ax,.,.I,", I'r

Wednesday Law''''. were In StaiWednesday the.nl purpose at atlnft inn ,''J".,
u
n' and COllIe
I Alvarez and her V. ,
Hollls
Mrs. Clyde State's Attorney
attend[
t afternoon he U. 1). I
Phone 29 I daughter Miss Dorothy, of Jack Knight of Starke, spent Wednesday I Bradford'v,1, I I 1'1''
.
Mr.J.
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wallace, C. meeting at the hon$ Dr. and Sheriff of ,", '.
sonville, entertained a party of In Lake Butler, the guest of I I 10. M. JOHNS!' I'h"
H. Lord and Dr. (J. P. Raymond Mrs. E. L. Biggs.MM. Attorney; for ljlalntlff
young folks at Kelley Kottago, spent Tuesday In Penney Farms. Dr J. E. Malnes. Jr.-Union I I'I'I -.- I "
t rt Mrs. F." F. Stump as! winner ol Lake, last Friday eve- ty Times coun-I -
jKIngsley O'I'Il'.J 01"
,,, a FAMILY ItKUMOX: I Bynum Perkljof' the A4LI7. 1'IIIRtIYII:
n' high for the ladles, was given a ning. Enjoying thla affair were: I Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and Bradford High School Ity has );,

y r'" Hev. and Mrs. L. W. Klcklltei dainty /truest: towel, and Dr. BiggE 1I Misses Hazel Middleton, Florence 'daughter, Ruth, were visitors to There will be preaching at Saxon : recently, returned fraubunyGa. To I

entertained a party of sixteen,, received a shaving cabinet as high and Elizabeth Andrews Ruth Gainesville Wednesday. Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock, by ., where she spent! Christ sons whom ITallHran It Inuy"H"John*". ,,' .",'"' "I

s consisting of their children, grandchildren prize for the men. The consolations ( Sternberg Harriet, Hitch and Vir- Rev. J. V Robinson pastor of the mas holidays with her $KS. Mr. NOTrCJ.2 la hereby [g., .I"", "?

p and greattKrund children, a shaving set and cup towel,, ginia Weeks, and Metiers.. Eugene Mr aud Mr. \V. W. Balsden ; Lawtey Methodist church. Every- Inc and Mrs. A. A MrDj,: On nt the the 20th place day ot ot J..rua"burin. ,,"?,. I J..''""".

1, also a few friends, with a bountiful were awarded Mr. end Mrs. J. L.Frazee Matthews Comer Long, Charles were visitors to Gainesville Wed- body invited. Christmas day Mrs IMS had H.lmuton Peach A''UH-' ,"
..i respectively Carlyle Hitch, James William In Bradford County, Fl "
New Year's dinner Jan 1st, at Darby ofiiing "
flesh the unique pleasure a ocatlon whcro '1
the
\Y. ,
"' their country home east of Starke. Mints were! on the tabloM. during Brownleo, Sammy Sternberg! M. and Mrs. S. S. Doling and pint of peaches which lereef ""nR.1 property, her ,...

% The hostess had an appetizing and the games, and the hostess served! and Frank Carpenter. Wm. Kalch: of Hampton, was a children, Nettle and Johnnie, returned canned In September, fy\ The fiR"*:nn"am ltJ"nn Kali Roui'h]" .. 'I
: ,,
fruit cake day I j
salad,
delicious
{ beautiful/ prepared meal for this shrimp -+--- business visitor to Starke Thurs- home Friday after spending I peaches were in a perfeute of for. Bale and< sell for ( 'IMIt h : n
.
,
,
r'1 ,;1 and hot chocolate atth0 close ol: MILS. HIGH AM) MISS URIKIV "nd r I\UKhlll1 llevulvIii' 1 ,
o'I'aslon."k1 < day morning. the holidays In Tallahassee, with preservation and eachn was Tub Ferris '" I '
--- the evening to her guests, who I'J 'fJoln'\: IS U. I>, C. Mr. and I rluc L, Wheel fur t 11), ,.'
1..11.
Mrs. Dowllng't parents, served with a tiny per Uf the ,., Ill<' 1'", ,! ,.
Dr. and Mrs. PI L. Olggs,. hi Krooods '
1'AUTY were: f111' .
JTMOIt CM'IJ WATCH 4tornK
Mesdames; II. Watterson, A. lr8.1.. S. Stroman. fruit. The peaches war the the sum ot One 1. ,
L. Mr. hundrul .
Mr. and Mr O. Heasley
Wednesday afternoon the local U. Hudscfl and F L. Wise of clingstone variety and ]Bent t Kla2.e6)1 ) Dnlhll'; nod/ ] "I,I "'
,
The glrla of the Junior Club and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr, U. D. C. Chapter were entertainedat Hampton, hiked t'o' Starke Wednes Hugh Brownlee Jr., and \his flavor aim, whU'h ,IH It, lip-, ? '''

'''I' ,.1 entertained! with a watch party' and Mrs. It. F. Demurest! Mr. and the attractive homo of Dr. and day. guest, Roy Malmburg of Del.anil, ". <''J7'<'Party 1 J1.t threeUd;:,: 6'', I'' I
': The clubhouse Mrs J. L. Frazee, Mr. and Mrs I\ ,\ rtollniw,
f.: Saturday night. Mrs B. L. Biggs, on North Walnut left Monday night for Auburfa, due Mj"and '\
':) was decorated in keepluk with the F. Stump Mr and Mrs II. C., street, Jlrn. Biggs and bliss Ala. will their' H"rt liy nntli'" In, KU'i-Alndnr' ; accrue for mich! other I'liiit), '/
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lord, Miss where they resume on the said ,
f "
that Slwrll '
I Illtrh, Mrs. Frank Hoover and and by virtue a ( herehtbefore I.I Jb: i'''
holiday seAHon. Ethel Grlflln, being hostesses for Fannie Lord, ,and Mr. and Mrs L. studies in the Alabama Polytechnic \ nr t'xt''uJlol1 I..u.d Ioul t iinilcr ot -.,,1ft. dese Games were played and music Minn Mablu Weller411,111'1'MANNING the afternoon.The the hued and KOH! n_,.dg'of ,
enjoyed throughout the evening, 'Wallace spent last Thursday In institute the. County .huh'("'. I : meeting was presided over Gainesville. for llraflford i'uuuly.. Fh I on Tub II
and at the close, hot chocolate and : by the president, Miss Amelia Ray, Mr. and Mrs. 1... F. Wallace, who the Btli .day, of, January,'*AtD2H: 80 JlA'to n,be JolorrHon.sold I. the proper, ;, t

b sandwiches were served. Men- j and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns transacted, at the 'on thut certain Judtrcni; Itvorof This the 28th day Of DeSh.rlM ,
I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns have had an apartment linker & llotmi-H Com Go,' D. ?
:"r damps W 1:. Middleton, W. O. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning of 1937.
her duties as secretary. A letter entertained at dinner on New home of N. B. Hull, Walnut street, oratluii.[ and' Hvuln I"l 'I'n' ;r
i+ Halle and J. S. Adair of Palm Starko. announce the marriage of ofvtheOld defendant,, heni-ltiK dat..O off urda;'
was read from the veterans Year's day, the guests being a for the past few weeks, left Wednesday 'Nov. A. U 11127, and reewdith,. ad ,
Beach, were chnporones for the I their daughter Edna Mae, to Mr, Soldiers Ilonte, in Jackson- number of relatives. for Palatka to spend! several flerkH muu! In 1'uhllc 1 g .u : R. J,. KTT.K F r rhr

party, which numbered. thirty. Herbert Hart of Starke, the wedding I ville, thanking for. the Chrlbtmas I( weeks. Bradford. County with Bald FIorldlcorriance Ju< i I,'I Llfn. L.' ., WATTEnsO.V... ;

\ taking place Sunday December greeting cards sent by the W. T. Mrs. Dorothy Carlton, of Hawthorne -- have levied upon and w i t. ZACH 'It. DOtJOLAHsendforit
:
I ,
I$ CJlmSTI.I.JNUIoJ'On the IStli, at the home of tilebrhle' Weeks Chapter. Mrs O. L. Heu i-; William Itrownlee who the hlgrnest and hnftt blddertsh' ; Attorney for H. l. kilt ,
James
I returned to Starke Monday on Mondiiy. 1..h, 6th, / '. :Ind'Vattrreoo'
1VUITY sister Mrs L. W. Strick ley, chairman of the finance coui- m-: t / "0 11-

-- land of Wlldwood. .
mites reported that they ware --
d Members of the- Christian En- Mr. and Mrs. Hart will make planning ways and means toad

? doavor gave. a delightful party last their home In Hampton for the II to the chapter treasury.

4" t Thursday evening at the home of next two months, and will then Mlart Madgo. Mlddletuit. treasurer,
:r.lrlnd Mrs. N. B. Hull. ,
/ I
move to Starke. and bliss Olive Ray, registrar, earligave \
Games and contests were played .
I a good report! ot the inontb'riwork
',1 throughout the evening At n\NO ('OSOJ1H'I\: '
,
1MA
tbo close, Unlit refreshments
: were i -
,
historian
Mi-u." U. A. Weeks'
r served the thirty folks The of
young pres first public appearance!
talked on the subject of selecting a
( ent. the Starke Band will be mad! lathe /
motto, a flag and a flower for the
Messrs Cecil Thorn pxon and auditorium of the Woman's .
r local chapter: the flag to be displayed
George Smith of Gainesville were Club, Tuesday evening Jan. 10th '
at state conventions! and >In.
I 'I: the out-of-town guests enjoying I'trt eight o'clock, tinder the direction observance, dtlY The president M? 6I't+b's a ltj tp '

,tat this occailou. Jackson of Pen
i,; y of Professor committee
dd; |, Si Farms. 'appointed- following -
th.Qu ney to look after this matter: Mrs.:
}VOM.IN'4: CLl'lt MKHTIISOThe : The to; be given will
v ; .. tax. program ft. A. Weeks. Mrs. L. O. Pow ll
hwti amwo ;offer many attractions. Among( and Mrs. George W. Robel.ts.After .
regular monthly melting of them'' will be: Xylophone sptcla.1-
Woman's Club will be held att' the meeting'had! adjourned -
the
tles with the band, by a resident
the cluljlionga at. 3 o'clock, Wed-: ton the social half hour, little
of Penney Farms, und 'a duet l>y a ,
CUM' llth. 1\Irs.1 Mufti Marjorie Stunlp, who 1s a I If
Jan.
nltnrnaon
.ne.day talented Starke 1 ladies
couple of our 4
O. f... Haynes\, rlalrman of health, '' member of the Children. of t'\e +t-d"tip P.fat 713 rllSn' t''a''a i

: 'Twill; bf !on baud for the occasion. i Confederacy chapter, gave a beautiful -
: ; member of the band
1 All the\ ;
it beb'-. I I instrumental solo. Miss Ethel
mooting nod splendid
; n speaker ask of their friends is their presence. pnceq/
tree ;*\ wit! b' on hand for the occasion.. !,; No admission charge. OrlOlif was thti leader laughter'tins in H gufuq I; "t / i

M It* Hot !I" -c'M for the afternoon will -- -_ that caused much .

'Ot '., he:: M, '(Inmea L. A. Davis, Cloorgelyiin UN:NUR PARTY AND BRIDGE: grime being now year's resolutions! t

Mill )' It. F. Domorest! E. W. for your neighbors.The :

ablf {(hazer I' t: Jones, N. B. Hull, w.1.I The momb-;:;; of the Friday afternoon lioHU'jao3, .asbiuted by ferna\: e Ja ua an N' .!ov4 r'l '

frotmi E. Mldll'! ton J.- C. Robinson and Bridge Club /gave, a delightful Florence Matthews; served a clG-

U MIsH @u'th' IliUpas. dlnunr party In honor! ot lectable ,salad course with but

., This mooting is of special Inter- their busbimdit at the Orange! end chocolate and whipped cream. fit y; i :r k

ylt est to the public and everyone 11 Besides t\1.A.\ hostesses, >ir.. ,
Room Friday eveningat
Tea iVt k
41 i Mack -i-: : 1 -
e 5 it 4 '
and Miss Griffin those en r appE
invited to attend fl:30 o'clock. :Biggs :i:

..----- i Covers for twenty were laid at joying the afternoon were: M Bdaiiieu .
eWfI 1\n'-1 'qF.N'MR'I''L! !:; f 1
George W. Ilobreta, L. O.
? (ho beautifully. appointed table,
which was decorated with silver Powell, W. B. Toro e, O. L. Deas-

Ml')8! Ins( Thomas was hostess oandtilahra, holding red tapers, ley O. L. Hayn s, Eflle Miner A vei. I' ,
t ; to a number; of friends last Friday j w
R. A. 6.9
C. White,
crystal baskets of red roses and Z. Adklns, George w daa ,
.11 I her home on South i
evcnMu. fern with graceful bows of Weeks, J. W. Andrews, Jr., Lila
,
1' 4 1\1' "t.nll1'lng. the evening gambit were red tulle, while a garland of" redroses Grlfun, Atlnses( Amelia Ray, Olive -E tMs : ; : -.
fern centered Ray Madgo Middleton and Florence -
and asparagus' :
played, music being turulsijed by L
a length ot the table.\ : Matthews. /
/
rtbe \
vlctrola.MH .
a
cars f f
t --- /
t ( Tbonian assisted, by her sis Place: of holly design directed
the guests to their places. Catalog.
ter-in-law Mrs. Joe Thomas served! .
Christmas colors also carried!
were
hnr guests/: with dainty refreshment A'SVOIIflWANTED--
lout delicious four-course !
y' chocolate of fruit salami cake and hot I dinner.in the I II CFNT

f
I tin dinner hour, the
hollowing: *
About twelve guests shared MissThomas' COLUMN
hospitality at this delightful party repaired to the home of Hiss I

affair. Mable Weller, where the remainder family to pick
'
y .-..----- ot the evening was spent with strawberries throughout season. O

l\I.\C\VI J"'Gnllo'fo'I'I: lively progressions of bridge' at I Apply at this office. 1-6-21 Y .r r..' l r I
Baskets --- -
rvJ the five tables arranged

.. Dr. and Mrs. Udward A. Mac- 'Inc roes and bowls of narcissus FOH IlKNT-Furnished apart-

'i Dowell of Lake Duller announce ,were artistically placed about the ment with private bath. It'. A.,

: the engagement of their daughter rooms. Attractive tallies were Scott, StarUe. Fla. It.-

; Dorothy Elizabeth to Mr. Orville used and red and white mint aitI n UW1ie
von SALE One Ford Truck and
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OrlfUs, the marriage to make placed on the tables ,during the i
Ford Car. QuIgley & Davis. 12-
+ place at an early date. 'games. ...... t,' !fJ

'1 5t The above announcement will I At the conclusion, the holder 30-2t. and 'February are not running full time, when ordinarily, ''i:>triuch were ordinarily do .
be received with Interest by the ot high/; (for the men, Mr. G. M, LOST--Two black mare mules; 1
many friends of the young couple Inman, was given a large vacuum brown mare mule. Last seen JANUARY good months for bueiyou would be hard pressed for an ;Jrbttheir 'prices amazing r j

Ml In. this state. I|bottle. An winner of second high, near Theressa, Fla. Please noti- firms all over the outlet. Cut your costs to us and give, '1'1aven? more than we ev!

Miss MacDowell moved to Lake'",Mr. J. C. Robinson, was presented: fy B. Booth & Co., Green Cove country dread this period, for it us the best you can make and our .tl#isible. We, in turn, hay

Butler some time ago with her a 'flash light while Judge A. Z. Springs, Fla. 12-30-2t. means to many of them that they customers will solve your problems, ,' ,;s)c n usual small profits anthem ,

( parents from Eustls where father Adklns received a deck of cariblas must curtail their production; must as well, as ours." ;:; a along to our cu.]

,. was pastor of the First Baptist low, Mrs! O, L. Beasley was FOR SALE:-20 acres, good soil, cut down their organization; must To many of them it was the one; /'"v t he savings in this spec'
church. Dr. :MacDowell now oc- beautiful basket ot: 2 1-2 miles northwest of Law-
given roses
a when needed volume
go through a period they are thing they busmes. (or r' 1a d February Sale Catalog( d
: t cupies the pulpit of the First Baptist holding high for the ladles. Winning tey. $600.00. Inquire of D. '
time for the
church Lake Butler write Ball just marking waiting { ,lis: new catalog (if yof
4 ; at second, Mrs I.. Wyman received Frigo, or Floyd
Mr. Crlflla Is a popular and ,I a lovely pair of silk hose, Grand Rapids Mich.. Keyes Ave. spring buying to start. It is the I\ha copy, send for it), locj

prominent young business man of and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright was R. V, D. No./ll l-8-2t hibernating time of big business. ::1 carefully Buy now th>,

z. Starke and Lake Butler, being given a box of face powder as low. Curtailing production means the 'SPECIALLY PRICED will need,: for the firs! ) )

fsi manager: and part owner of the J I Enjoying the evening were: WANTEDYoung men and wom- shortening of forces. It takes time Jr W' J 'of'' spring. Antlclpat.B,

tai Ford agency ot the latter pl ce.I I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. en ing to positions.prepare for Shorthand the best pay-or to build a smooth working, organisa:; FOR THIS SALE $,y s., This is just like in,

r and Mrs. L. Wyman, Mr. and W. tion and such an organization: must
cr for !
MRS. C.IMPJlETi: : IH11UIUH1) i business courses $1,00, both if income4 during tari
M. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. B. M. be It has taken and Auto Supplies. eal
I
kept busy. years
Millinery. ofy
AT \VIU\K.\: courses, $10 per month. Florida save a part every t
.Johns, Mr and Mrs. G. M. Intnan. much careful planning to build our Babies Wear. Musical 1 do
Business Institute, Green Cove : s end. For clo t hcisYP'd far l
I Mr. and Mrs. J, 0. 'Uobln oll. .Mr. and .
.Funeral services for lire E. T. i Springs. Fla.! l-6-2t' organization.: It is made up of traineJ.Dl.ankets Instrument 'family for new thing' it
and Mrs. n. F. Demurest, Mr:and I Comforters.Building Notions ,
4 wife of Dr. E. T. Camp- people who know our customers\
Campbell 5lra. *otn" for things 1
new
I Mrs. N. SternberK, Mr. and Supplied. yn'r
Randall Paints and
HAVE SOME nice large ,
held Saturdayat I -who know the keen
Welaka, were
'I';, bell [ I I.. Boualny and Miss Mublif P'I' and some smaller Curtis Stew- requirements Carpets and Rug Varnishes shop, on your farm, i for
10 a, m., at the family residenceat satisfaction of order and
an promptly tht
and Mr. J. J. Truby China andGlassware. i y9r : Join |
art, Money Maker, and Rising Plumbing your garage.
",,, Welaka with the Rev. (1. L.
shipped. They are an .
-- -- properly up Supplies. :
Send
;
ra.te us your
t of the Wolaka I! pecan trees I am offering for thrifty. t
''', / Wells, pastor MISS KMHKJO.VH3 : and crowd that
HONORING are happiest
doing C1otl
'ifig- nye' Poultry Supplies, [Ort
'\y" Methodist church assisted by the I sale at a nominal price verj
: when they are busy. Months owc: 'Youth'and Radio and ,, in
I am' closing out nursery /
1 Hev. Newton of Pomona ofllciating. cheap my :r.1cn. Electrical the orders are pouring |
N. D, planned t to keep them busy during r.. ,
stock entirely. .
/r; Interment was made In Oakwood : : Coat: and Equipment. ,doers everywhere. Th'f
I .\S Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Walnwrlght. l- -2t' (. me<< ,
::" cemetery, Welaka. Months Crcsssa.Curtains Roofing. L : is here; the or.ranr; ationj :
entertained New Tear'seve .
1' bearers L. J. McLeod, Informally we went to represen! '
Pall were are an In honor of their daughter,
n:, n"O.. W. Loveland Charles F. Fowler POLITICALAnnouncements rr.a. ulruren; and producers *. Shoes. ""1 old that "(1( you I ,
.
e' a Ct B. Lively, D. 0, Douglas bliss Elise Jones, who was at home I of high grade merchandise. anJ said to Drugs andbunurie Silverware. .WW n well saying done take it tlJ t
from Agnes Scott College for the ,
Brit and L, Wilbur them: "Make \1R prices on gout 1 *. Sporting Goods..Stoves .I btr
;r Englif vMra. Campbell lied Thursday holidays! Ilry Ooota.ft .
I products that will enable us o offer and Ill
I Cut flowers Intermingled with ...... 'our order now, we vt2ou ; ,
+; lie night following a lengthy illness. ..J.'P.. t"r'letrca Supplies.Sweaters : ,
.r Itlv.. a her hus- greens formed the decorations and smut TAX COU.ECTOJtHAYln. our customers, durj'ns. J;cry '''6 T.......NM -* .. :t promptly.J
;; t"rme She. la survived only by In the dining room tbo table was bnon urg.d by my frlnrti' February, prices:: vhat will de.1" v competition I i:" :S. and !t rr, -__ ...
r 1 band. She baa been a resident of .U""lf"-". Glove-. ,,?; ..,.
I/ and f llnir that I .m duty qualified will oiler {, WILLIAM STORE I
and that ILF.9
overlaid with a lare cloth centered myself card!: ; prices such I T ,..
ry an Welaka. for the past five years, I hereby announce a !=: : <--.re. Toilet Articles. -KV, Now York CUT
< Bulldinc
with basket of carnationsand date top Office of Cnunty Tax Collector real savings that it is well worth .M ofcataK
nlty. t moving here for Bradford County. Florida Hats and Caps Toys. m ichl poapddenc., eopl.i
well-br StyerkeT tern. Tall red tapers In crystal subject to the Democratic Primer their while to buy at this time and we Hosiery. Trunks and BagsJ:'
.
lIn! '91R. AND ) 1.N.MANKNTEUTAIN holders added a glow to the next June W. E. TORODE.I will give you-orders for merchandise Jewelry Underwear. '*&j.. 8,nd F.bruarr Sp-cUI. Sal.I Caulo

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The scene. make when Kitchen Ucen .Js. tr SampU Book for 1928.NEW
that you can your plants Work :?\
S or britStucco [Dancing wall enjoyed throughout hereby announce myself a rand: need business and we will Clothing: ,\N.......................-....
you .
Mr. and 1\11'1'10.) )f. luman entertained the evening! and at eleven dlata for the office of Tax Collects pay "t' \A. .. .
r of Bradford County I nollplt thi cash. You, Cin keep your factories n ,7 ,.
The members of the Twentieth o'clock r buffet"supper: was served. ,
lit support of the voters of the County ........ w .. .
1 and th Century Club at their home: In' ''to- enjoy the hospitality and If electeil promt the falthfudlncharK '1 JIIOo y -

are rei )ast Thursday evening, Attractive :. of i.. and Mrs. Jones were: .. of the duties of said of Send for Our New 1928 Wall Paper Sam el.ieB; ot1-

and en Dutch children tallies direct I Misses! Harriet Ritch, Hazel C. A. KNIGHT.

': the hrl' ed the players to their place at,, Mlddletln, Elizabeth Andrews. '

en tho the four tables arranged for Florence Andrews, Virginia/ Sarasota- broadcasting eta, qhe1 1:4TILLI '

_ Sisal' a bridge In the sun parlor and living Weeks Frances Darby. Rose Lion here officially opened an QLARLES '

room which were decorated with Levlton, Dorothy AI" a r e i, dedicated.ft. 'JRESln( ,

polnsetttaa and growing plants. I' RnA( Stern' er". M i. Maurlc Edward l\1yers--Colltracts let for: 1m <0
9, a At the end V t tbe progression *. Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek. M. provement of. new recreation park YORK( CT j


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--- .- --- -------'-.- ----- -' . BBADFDUP. COUNTY!! TKLKUU.U'II.. 8TARKK, FLORIDA
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1"I"1IIii1m- "1I IIi1ll .
.., I ler motored to Miami Inst week!!: I Marks Is a son-in-law ot Mr. A M. PAGe FIVe
and
spent several day. ..
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Darby I = ::;;!!" -. r 1.nJ

: Bits ofNev4's Miss Christine WatMoiUs of De I\Ir8.V: \. Colley, Carr Col- S

trop Mich., U visiting her parents,,, ley, Miss
Lois Colley and Miss :
Mr and Mrs. \Vat8on1g at their Eunice Whitehead were guests of I I Lowest Prices in TownNo

home east of Starke. Mrs. J. M Colley and Mr. and Mrn. _

D. E. Ray Monday mailer how vveII your pantry IK stocked, *
A. B. Surrency Le lllallt.-Her-1 fewun8 of '' 41
fowl
1
Oalney nando Correspondence 'la Duunel- thing fllwny come In hnmly.thoro .

Concerning Our People Business and MauD Ilaaen and n. H. Green of lOll Truth. U n/. lMttr nay to provide for craergettcieli *

.1 Progress of the County and Town. Brooker were visitors to Stark t or ranking short, because foal kept: "
Irlertl' Monday. Misses Mona and Dlanche AI- tliN way never "I.otlll.| || our canned Vegetables .
,
1",1 fruits are just like |
dernlan tho fresh
and Isabel ) pntmtlmtM.
Fernando
"IIII1I1Plfm"IIRlln"lIIl11nlllln''II'lfnllllllllllUlllnl"' ,,""IIUIUIIII"IUIII""IfIIlI1I., ..."...__.._...___".._.. Ralph Johnson who left : tt; t Stock up now, while these low prices '
, -'- ---1 r : ( was employed Monday afternoon tor the Wom .: om IIN.'v1Ulnj 1

irden of Johns. I by the state road department an's College. TalJaha see. They

fsitor in Starke la Starke some months ago, were accompanied as far as Bald I It

.* A. Weeks and spent several days here this! week. win by Mr. and Mrs U.

'' senberg of were visitors' C.'Vhlte'j Specials
If fjtor In Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 13. Alvarez School children Friday And Saturday

:and little ford High had an
--- | daughter, of Jackson extra day of

.lie of of Galnea- yule spent Sunday with Mrs. Al vacation. Tu nduy. Burstlag of Water I

sltor in Starke with varez's parent, Mr. and Mrs. L. pipes in the cellar put the IWTTBK Superior
.. steam heating plant out of Brand
com
Jim o-i Lawtey, V. Moore. mission I j H'c have the exclusive rifjhts SUGAR 1 Ilea Granulated


Starke Monday. \ and of Jackson-Mrs. J. Merton Clark returned Sunday Starke Camp Woodmen of the i Per Pound 48c I f 15 Pounds, 98c 1

several days. night to Riverside Academy World wit hold their annual In- ,

fullivan of I Gainesville, Ga., niter spending the |8tallatlon of officers tonight at the I ; I' --.----
.
Ii Starke Monaay. II. Andrews lodge rooms. An oyster ) -- -.. -- --- !I
hOlidays with his supper I
parents!, Mr and I
will also make up part of the APPLES FANCY Ft y1
were visitors wTaTu. ))0'. Clark.Congreslman gram. pro KM ICEttERG LETTUCE I
Barnes of New .-Un
I licauty Large Heads
|in Starke H. A, Green returned The extreme cohjo-- PerRoute

Levy Can Va, to Washington D C., Monday this week kept\ the plumbers weather on of I : 38c 15c Each P

: IlliiHon ot last week having spent the holidays .the go cutting off! water from I _
; | in Starke with his Mr. broken pipes and g
Mrs. Eun- / parents and Mrs. W. repairing them

Ii' H. Green. were for service made again. Many reports I II'' 'il'F.:11.11'AYS IlA 1'R A PRESlIl.lIN1' .JURL9
Cart of Gainesville, of bathrooms and : OF VEGETAlll.lIS-'AlJ; ,

: Starke \ and Edison Miss Grace Wood returned sun-I kitchens being flooded from I RAGE, ONIONS, COLLARDS TURNIPS
Ir were guests day to Law-toy, where! she I bursted pipes. CHINA CAIlttAGE l.lET.

jWltkovskl of. J. E. Corpen- teacher in the high school after .. : I lii I i TUC'ICILF.RI'NIIV1'01'ATOIaS' CARROTS RUTAIlAaAS, TO- I

pil. the week-end spending a week with her parents Ilev. K. n. rtarnett of Lakeland, I /ATOS, SVEI' 1'QTATOES.
}< JS S Matthews.F Mr.\ and Mrs. A. Wood. preuched twice here last Sunday in I I I

son, Carr, the Methodist church, representing -
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Brown of lll. spent' last Miss Elise Jones returned Moflday the Florida Methodist Orphanage OAG "-

tli-leuds and I Winter Ha- night to Agnes Soott College at Benson 8pl'llI/I'/ of which he Is Small WASHINGPOWDER AUNT JBMIM, lIhANUCRITS P
Bid Lawtoy last Pocatur' Oa. after having spent financial agent. While here*, Dr. I I
__ the holidays with her taieuU.; Mr. Barnett was the guest of Rtev. and ti 'WHITE MEAL" YELLOW MEAL

\\y biiiaff a legal' I I '.Alvarez end and Mrs. D, C. ,.Jonei.Mr !Mrs. JO. M. Hooks. 6 Boxes for 24c In Boxes lOc Each

il I In Starke weie ( spent the I I
4 f butilnrssM !'! j In Starke I: and Mrs. .1. n: Padgett; and Misses Florence Andrews.. VIr- ,

'-- -- rents.'m. Mrs. 1);). \V. Blllott were motor Ylsi- ginia Weeks and -11allel Mlddlvton -- -- -

Darby of J tors In Staike and! Ky.toive | and Messrs. Frank Carpenter, Co- PILLSBVRY REST FLOUR I

[>nday in Stark:. and chil- Heights yesterday.-I'nlutka Dally | mer Long and Eugene Matthews MAXWELL'
Mrs. S. .L. Peek. were guests News. II motored to Tallahassee Monday, 2'f pounds ... ?-' $1-: .'t. HOUSE COFFEE I

C. Robinson -' _a .. where the young ladles( resumed} 12 pounds -"," G JC Pound COM d. .. 47c

Attorney J.:'C.. ( O. T. Nelson\: of Lawtey, was a their studies In the Woman's College 6 pound!} .... 330 -t'nand can __" ,
lie. I _. $1.381
after
Ii was a visitor In business vltitorto Staike Wednes spending t the holidays f

; LImbuugh( day. Mr. Nelson says th.4, ('oldweath'ar With\ thei- pai'.;it*.here. ----- -- ..
I _. t I fir
, --- Lakeland has set the strawberries <
II r Saxon of Ham [ Mrs. F. A. back: at least a month Mrg. II. J... Brownlno and daughter OCTAGON SUPKK SUDStDt; olve and Rinses !niilafttlp

vlttltor la Starke week. e----- -_ I Mrs. M. C. Stith and llttlo'' Q or. Package "' 9c
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Mr Fllby of the 'state board of f I Bond. and son Hugh Brownlee, Jt.. ,

-. (i,I H.-Slstrunk I II health will be In Sturke for the motored to DeLaud Thursday to I R --_ __ -. -- .
hrd Womaifs Club visit C()l. and V -- V --- ---"-- -
High School several days meeting: : '\ *< ,- Hp. J. E.} Fntrh. Sill)
I
I oft .' a two weeks' parents, Mr. day aftern'oon, January ;11 tho. Mrs Sttth will spent ,some time in I ID {l NIa

,n, --. -- '' Lan4.,, Mr M\ Brownleo h'I i
-. -- When you want painting, paperhanging 4 daughter, Mary and Hugh Brown-j 'I i
r a 'ituclcnt ot of Gaines or knlsoinlnlng! \ done ]lee having returned "+rlday. I' SlOPE

}Vl' I < iii dn' spent in Starke Write:Mr, Supper, SUrJio. 1: I
F I anti sister. 4-t.. :4'16-1' lieu: A. V. Long: fornioily of ;1

r (I II Jones.: --- I this:I city, but now of QnlnnsvUle,, I I I!,.
dl i lopnient & Me.4Iant48" E: L.: Prescott. pent' a pectin, < the week In the'' i: i4'ij
'F [x I u-d Air Line n Randall ofl J Roblnnon. and MtM." Mable Wetter !"- j nits, calllug on friends and Roelng< I, ?
1 ,- n St arks week-end :, 1 and Hazel Klckllter attended < attar least matter; Many of ]lilaftrlenda

and, Mrs. .J'. i the funeral of Mrs. B. T. Campbell f' are 'urging his appointment ,I
\ndr'iu of Stuart, ,I In Welaka Saturday morning. !'Ito, the Federal Judges tan. recently I.. 11'4ldv '

5i Stark- several I I made vacant by qft clout ofi the .-_- -___ ---... .,
Laurie' Ed- Mr. and Mrs Truby Marches I veteran 'jurist\ K. M. Call of Jack! ;
.. ... '. i NOTICE II |I I Affording to thn. United Stains fodoral
--- were guests I slut children: ot Nav Smyrna sonville.--Times-Herald PaJatlr stfttlstlrlnn also Hay; lh,It
P 7. A (Anderson Mrs. W. sp'-nt last week-end with Mr Mnr- _. ------ I In nrmilt, Court Twenty.Blxth I II j IJopartment 1 of rnmmorrn, In a (19.2 cent of the
I I II )per tree In
Sti.rKa! with her rhee's mother Mr. Anna. Mur- S. II. Hanknrfion. a colored man I ludlrlnl Clii-ult, firnd''orrt ('aunt)', rort-ni rwiiurl Flotilla ha ::1:1.2):( per the
jnd Mrc:, W J. rhee. llvlnn; near the eastern city limits, I 'I ""h! In fhancvry. | cout of orange lro l hIIIIlnl( fruit 1 fflJiiltort State that will boar 0''"-
---. Anderson of brought half of 'a huge, yellow 1- ro;. Carantitan and Bill {' rltnl.,,", In the United Rt .to"'alld sa: .2 per auge and 88.0 per cent of those

+ A Durdon and son with her j Mls Lucille Mita&llr who has jacket next to Telegraph office v.. Coninl.....hmiiL .. ,. .:coat of the /grapefruit tfaes.. The.that will bear .r.fefrult.

r e. Illumpt, were Mrs W. J. boon spending the 'holidaywith( Monday. The next had boon formed I .f.."". s1'ieltle. : !,. tt al.) .1 -........- -.... lIeu ,

flonday I I I her parents\ Mr. and )ides., J. M. Inside n hollow oypmi! stump I,, gMM 0"1'1"111.tn Quiet 'I-'tt.. dr.I I II J.
---.- Mitchell, returned to Southern and resembled' o modern twenty I NO'I'1CbTO:: tiF'tI't-1Nb.HJT/\' /! I
I, } 11Ir of Jaksonvlllel: and daugh[College Lakeland Sunday. story building with Its many floors. ouum: : .
t cendwith his I) Lester ZeiftHAVE The ,cold weather had taken the ',Dr? James Pickle, r'harlon F. a u J .
Miss Elizabeth Keudrlsk returned I fight out of the liiHQcts and they. :Mluhel.' Mary J. Mitchell EdwftiFt .j. '
--- I IzQU
Luther I) Fullerand \
__ _. --0 ._ ..- -=-- __ _' _. Wednesday to Flora McDonald were destroyed wltliout danger fltaplew Lemma: K Fuller hi* wife; #
Red Springs, N. C., having L 1t''
i College i Muty O. Rlelnjf. and Oran
I spent the holidays with her parents I Mr Ellis Wilson sold his first HNirur her husband. ; Jacob
M'I
: [ YOU MONEY Mr and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick quart of strawberries this year for end. Mary C A. John" bin wife; suer i
$1.25. lie felt pretty much elated tf h, '. Brown and) St, W. drown AA'p
Owen Grin has returned to over this fart, because it was a hiiMlmnd; Mary C' frown and HchrrinHniwii i
IN Jacksonville where be is attending quarter more than the first quart ; {her' husband: N J. JuneHMlllunl I are
i RESERVE ? N.tL.llinwamanironoia
I business college/ after having brought in Starke whera'he used Wlff.: Allc. I. rJohnS; ; WrlKht:' I {Js of
llHwiiniaii Aunrii't
.r I spent the holidays "vth) his mother to grow berries but they were <4fiiiinqnv, a coxturallan. It either of A (
Mrs. Lila Griffin. worth ft, because Ellis Is a. real mil, K tlfad. or not In xlilnnre, thento I ,
5 I strawberry grower and the berrieshe hi... their Ita heir, .
her I or
I
Irvin M. Adams of: Starke was produces can't be beat( for size t..H. grAntres .1 ny I........ 1.-1 t. .'
( I of his mother, or flavor.'Iay County Crescent. Ivirii'l representatives{ or'axnlicnN, and 1 e 1r I f
II I rir.a.;; I the Christmas guest >" all persons, firma and corporations ,
II ; tI Mrs. E. C. Adams lie returned whoso name, residence fIr .e Item
I
pln" tit tumlneiiH IM unknown In I r
to Starke Tuesday.DunnellonTruth. Mr. T. J. Griffin formerly of oinplalnantd.., that. are InturextPil i flt 'v '
I, Olustee but more' recently of :those certain ploeeii or parcels: ofrand I ... c1I+,
,lying anil being In Hlarka,
I I Starke, was In Macclenny on Wed "....!turd county, :Hlalo of Klurlda, '
el'Tq I Mr. and Mrs. JoWh Uglow and nesday renewing acquaintances known 1 and d..crllmci aH fullness, to- I v
daughter Miss Carrie motored to and visiting old-time friends. Mr. vii: endL. '
the Nnrthwent nnr-
I rlnnlnnr at
r II Ill I Welaka Sunday and Spent the day Griffin was a boyhood friend of nor. Rf Temple Avenue, or Htate romliniilior : SJ4ritl'e
:1 with Dr. E. T. Campbell and Mr. Judge J. N. Milton while'the latter ; IB, and I'rait ntrevt, and f
run West alon \' the North linn of
I, and Mrs. A. C. Fling, former t" al- lived at Olustee. Mr. IrlOln Pratt street 224 feet to Luke' street 'I .
dents of Starke. l 18 highly regarded by his old-time or Hunderpon I lane, thenn* Northerly.nk.pg II
ial I the' Rantlln nf lake street nrSanderHon
: alr'rF't friends as a man of sterling worth lan 14 feet:; thenre HaMt, I .
? 1 Mrs. T. A. Brlnson of Plftone, and unblemished Integrity, and Is on a parallel line with T'ratt, ,mreet
!141 feet to T..mrJIAve"n or State J,i .'
I and daughter Mrs. Charlie E. a man anyone can see at a glanceIs ml number 11, them-o South .slung
and Mrs. W. D. Brinson a personality. lie will leave I he W"..t line' of Temple Avenue or'il hoto
Dr.
jry family who doesn't live within its means Johns. .. hoed Number 13, 1(53( feet tot,I
I and Dr. P. A. Brinson of Baldwin, shortly for Baltimore Md., wherehe i' 'I lnt of tieirlnnlnir, (he name beingIn
Sst go through trying and irritating hours were guests! of Mr. and Mrs J. E. will undergo( a major operation I the quarter HoutheaHt; and nuarter the Houthw of NorthIwnst ,,,*tiiunrtcr /I BETTER TRACTION LONGER
ring I Corpenlng Sunday. | for some chronic( ailment. Ills of the Northwest nuorter of ,
which
its members face facts. It is best !friends hope that be will come "" lion{ Twenty-eliTh (2H). Township WEAR 1
MIx (H). Month Kuns-e Twentywo -
[have the institution of home based soundly Misses Myrtlce and Merwyn safely through this trying ordeal .(22)) Vittfl, i-nntalnlnx one spore.
Jackson and Ethel Griffin returned and that ho will\ ultimately recover mr re or sees.IInRt9TNil. -,
the : Vnn+ rind eai'h of you
>n principle that Income must exceed
Sunday from Buctonton, Ga.( ( :Macclenny Reporter.ounnu urn hereby n,)tlfl"H that v"n have '
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r |tgo. Why not put your home affairs on a I where they have been spendingthe i brought'*nn made by A.d*K.'nrnntsae>f* nrlnntn. tn and a flit Billrantuni. THE GOODYEAR BALLOON TIRE a'
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holidays with the Misses Jack Hniittrn iir 1'1'111..1 who .ntleKnK In their
siness basis? Open an account here and son's mother Mrs. TV T. Jackson. i c.v'rioN sworn. bill of romplnlnt now on filesajd ,1

To Julian 80.-nd.--;; : 'i !the Tense fee. thnl nlmple they title are the thereto own-, The tire with the famous road
>pt the policy of'spending just a little lessn Mr. and 'Mrs. Carlyle Peek of I Your are herebY Or..ttl'1l11'I l I -lid r or Pray for n decree removing gripping Good- t,

your income. You will be surprised how !. Ihicajto, who have ,been spending /j I lot and Jlradrriril appp.*, bpf'-f County.. the, Stute of l'lot1aMr / ,: ".'."louil.....v..r*. clearing cutting, anil title f-onflrmlngr thereto and then year all-weathered tread scientifically designed "
with Mr. Peek's r-hnncery at the Court lloui-* : "' tit milrt, Inndu. to "nml.IRlnRnt..1 I
ckly you will have cash ip hand to make in- ; the holiday : Florida on ttta 5th day of :i .".,1 deoreelnfc that the complainant' for Balloon Tire use.a %
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Peek
mother Mrs. Harriet re- February\ 19JS. then and there to I6 I It Rod hold a erond. and iim"lenf rite
tments that last Thursday .ar wr to a Mil. of complaint foritllmony if'Hlmple ,,1"'" In nn.l tiI > s.
are sound and which will inn i turned to Chlrago tillellie. tread that
..nlDlyor. tllail HKalnlct !|I '*t lnndw. |' rr anti d'clrtr'riifvld now assures long and even wear
evening.Mr. you hy Mildred r. nnitur. any and all olalm-. rl,rlt MMe
bring you more cash in hand.. And remem- ; It !le further ordered that this no. I!,'i ?r i,,f ,npv..a..nd,nil oth"r,.. ...1n. *. against the "cupping" and uneven wear so t'
tine lie publlnhfil In the H rail fur a ""-I1'urn." I "' "r 11 Ih'
that in times of financial and Mrs. J. S. Johnson and ("nuntv Telegrapha weekly 11 TllfirtWOrtf nr'n'rt'un
stress bankis newspa- to
common
balloons '
your ; .. .. ,. ordinary }
son Sid Jr., have returned to \par publlHAed In Starve, 1'Iorlda., for ,' .. mV iRn "''of Aefeminn'. n. A.t
best friend.A four wnckx, prlnr to said date. beginning "" nnmed. known or unknown.
your their home In Plant City after with the 6th day of January I .,hof 'nN'aaled, 111111 dretdenl.. nrdhsr.1re -a tread that will give better underall
I with Mrs. 1911.pone do nnn ti hit' .r traction 1
the holidays
spending ,
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I and; Starke, Firad.1 hlbl irnln-' in
ompluliit BO e
1 Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mr, r rd (f'ountv Fltrtda. thin 6th ., n+ h", for.. M'-ndi 'ti" *'h d.." going, in addition to far longer and more s
W. H. Struth. January, 1929. ", Fehrnitrr, A. T> "211\. h"f..r" t' -
FRIEND 'WHEN YOU NEED ONE a W. Ar.PKHMAN I 'r"iil Court of Hrndforil (*..""Iv. satisfactory wear. Come in and see this tire.
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(!'Heal Clerk of Maid CourtI ..1..1.' to nnnwnr rn the ald hill of I
Miss Annetta Williams who has A-St-J-t.: omplalnf. no avMMted' i enlnnt voofnlllnv \ '.
i which a decree of thin tuurt '...
been spenJIug/ the holladys In I I wt'l be entered own I nut y' u.

IRADFORD COUNTY Starke latter part with of her the parents week ,In spent Gainesville the. I The BroadcasterDrive J: .torldi. The.h..Tri.d te.In"bereov*Ftt."rd,.....f'onntv.ileelmnted. Hredforrl. Teleirranhiihll cryintv an the ) cbwkk +t .

BANK .
) with relative, before return- "con.'H'-. '''''' In rhlcH ,fHIn notfc/ and. Supreme Service Station
i '>rd r shall be DpMKhcrl rare a we"k l I
where she lt
Ing to Tallahassee a around to the Sinclair for four cnnentlv week.
student In the Woman's college. tviTVB"' mv Rand. "* ..,-.... sod i
Bradford County's Financial Stronghold! Service Station and let ua mount '6. ..oi.| nf the n>,nve remed "w-t .
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your new license plate. This Is ,thin the 4th day nf January A. ; NO: 2 PHONE 83 '
George W. Mark .f DeLand.was .
STARKE FLORIDA just one of our many kinds of from
O. 'w. A' htAnueNClerk "
I elected president of the Florida service.Voun. Circuit
: Education/Association, which <''PoA',) Hrndforil County ,n./ }
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GMrae'slU*. Fto. -- Praettoa a beawjr toU fftlmu.e d.aJ.ta .,(. w

watch will be. of benefit to Florida Auatry each n ar. Tour local vet 1; v

padlrl9ssa. during I*** arc urn* ., fiia rUiili or the Veterinary !>*- ..

xwiriaed at tine beginning of tb. jMtftDwrnt FlorMa Exysctom l. .. a aPP _
year by K. R Mefarbof., eaten*bra IMat oo. will be gland l tdpIata y A linral >G" 1 Snsr" 3I

powttryanan a* follow. ;about blood tort for UU -4! _

foundation ."...-. -rt> a tBMUitfouK **- w..._. general uuthritttHMH. _

inftu0'e ins jirotObea .. and 4iarrtiea ie young", lam_ ':

>p .t"de )* ..x.........,. 0 eui.* gee! arnptema of nnacta worm

egg'. rhikH: aud stuck. that bv iBfoataMon.. which afaouM I kaw -
health vigor sad vttairt. wttfa teiM4] for puppet .lI.Ip.... aolution Yw, by R

high en production la the tnNKtni tit to be o...d !

B&uand! gradually is tike puul- ,.agalart this JJtiflj1e I

try buatBaa. and be aur thatipaiaut Preyare to ratov mprimg; pia on

..... is saOctent Wad euit- ;tend where bogs Iaa.e not been aVlowfrd -

able for caring for stock on band to run fur the past yww to

Feed coats can be dued. ,void intestatton by worms It

:health uf hirda niatataiucid at a :pay! to *tx p the pig Tree from ,

higher 1..1 and eg productionif I I worn 1 1I
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tarrur.ed. a sufficient Amount of Inoculate tbe apri&ir pigs* against :

1:1'11: wed Is gives tony A ayamonthly 'cholera This.boufd be done about'

1err...... etUUng program i'Mar. white the pip are still young

will i'ui down fd toads. wed Increase lIt to more -aeoaamlcal to Inoculau

profit tbe pigs at the sage, of about Hw > __

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and .poultry: Quality: products jprotero! tile shoats ,bite they! are'" !* L \

otfmm&ud a premium on tile market j f'I'O"'Wc. d's&c *
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11w! a miwttber of tile local I 6KNKKAI KAIiM HINTS
poultry awMMtaCtoa. *f there to one

la yuur couoly If thorn te none, J 1'IU81'l1LLO. 1NG TEAS

jatereat:: other oooitryiuwti to forming -
Oain""vrtlie. Kla.-Farmera who>
one .Poultry raiser have
i grow general cropa are given the
found the eicbange of idea ajar
(following Buceeationfl for lU' b;
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ableTake W. .E Stokes agronomist of the
whatever me..ur. posalble -
.'0 protect the fowl, Iron 'Florida Experiment; Station.
1 Prepare land the beet Jt .to pot jl i _
cfelrkvu tlilere. which bare Masanpperating _.t'L...
'Bible to do. Get and plant the T"- < "" : '. .
o. a tare* acale In some I "'"
auction of the atate. b at seed ooaaltile.. Fertilize lor I Above mm awes rrpradnrtlona .* rmlurgrmeat from a marine picture film taken when Claude :Nolan of JarkxonTilJe drove his roadster from Miami to

Remember that a poultry farm maximum: profit Give the beet I West rruM the faatwoc Florida Last Cumt OvemeM. railway ***fmtl3. -' *. 1 abmr Mayor E. G. M-vrrTl of Miami, banding a letter to Claude Nolan" to be delivered i

witfaoutlia.odyou can tell It islitboot ,cultivation yon know bow and aa. mayor elf Krjr Went, uJlOa hi* rrival there. At the -r-'. left a* KmneUi CraudMon, relief driver who made the t.rJpjlh. Mr. :NolanNo.: 2 is one of several

hands-you can tall It tornanlcg. .often aa necessary to keep downweaeda I graphs showing Milo and Goo __ tbrr btOlllIlee'd+ over the ties oJ one of the treU a. In :Nou 8 th car In shown from below w bile :3To 4 glues a clear dew, of Uu|.
and to control
but you don't know what" and era s. rrnicw track over which the car travetlel. The cw bad -.k en liar aidus*' tn Ko. S for a train to paw and in No. 6 nbow it crossing another erUcn. In plrtnre No.I tI

time It i*. 'molature conditions afar aa poe- I car bad just arrived in Leak Key .'ben- the part .to wd loag ewuugh :for -=aboard :Nolae'h' the ..WIIJ]_....,..**
Bible
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MW, Vfc.TKJilX.ajtr- JUNTtj: j I Your cull mean poor crape. Re- I farm product of hleb roarketabllity sleeted from tbe city
TV' J"LOJUV.AJUfEP\ {solve to feed the land all possiblethe Some Good Practices To
and place it on the market at duce Gadsden farmers to i
FOR THE 1111\\ TKAKGainesville vegetable; matter bleb in nltroen ,
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la time it will command the highest; few acres of pimentos wit!!
|1" br erowiap and putting back
i Fla Ur A. L. Sea.J ;'tutu the land this vegetable mater- price In-fected I : Which Farmers Should other crop the coming se

J ly veterinarian, of the Florida Bfiorlinent *- ,lal aa ruth or in the form of manure mentos are much in den '
r' FlX>RIItA TKWTSiARBACK Io+HOT III
Station. Buicewrt the after It haa b8t
following\ ,prsiautauu. that ubouldVe This means a liberal UM of before and no attempt bad
*S I1iE .It&'T1ClUJ.LE canning concern has a prowhereby
? taken by Florida farmer dur- leguminous trope such UM COW)>>6IU1. been made to get "rW off the -
tag 1g2t velvet bean beccarweed. peanuts I fectton. All bogs pttJ on the ]Ita.ere .1! (Spuds Johnson 'I II I-Ply vegetable matter. These le- they supply seeds.p,
Whether the feeding of garbageto :
Malt lure that breeding cattle ort>et B.! vetch ieaptideza kudzu: \. treated wtta serum and lire, i iI Tbere art number of things I also men at a low figure It'-"
gume crops gather nitrogen
.w.rdl..cI.roe I rv>. frum rl ot KiuUii .aid crotalarla. swine fal a profitable enterprise I For the first few months 110 1ai I about one-half pound or srj.
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bat. will help in in from the
us our farming air
and
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4".d abortion TfcliOIH UJM? u eiaeting; Uu all you can to produce a has been a topic for much cilittea tor feeding the gnrbe e help keep our the acre, the yield averagin ,1

j diaeuiiafon among hog feeders and were provided It...* simply" 11. _lid thatahould be given con- I soil rich. They make our soil easier three to seven tons per acre*-J

)also among: public official bavlng dumped>> out un the ground sad the :i iaM ratioD near the first of the to cultivate and famish food( canning company then purer

bogs allowed to dispose of H aa 'year ween we are making for plants the pimentos at $40.00 u (Oirs,
Our
our rotation
jKrAr' T aP s to do with city garbage cUspo al.t I crop ..Jit ,
Hov/ they pleaaed Considerable Iou
to PlayBRIDGE I { I lipiana for the year. To mention all 'plans should rU XJ
Include all the
legume
t The following report from a rep- was experienced during this period |of them would hardly be One hundred and twee'

reHenlative of the United States :from parasitir jnfevtatioii. 'in one abort article and possible j crops possible.! dale department: dlrecton!!, .L
More hay and home-grown of the Florida ae;;
poisoning, aand utcuroualtiori. etc.I employees
j Department of Agriculture 1. a 'are oertain local feeds are
greatly needed to T
help
1 I I Uurlug: a visit to treat some bags farrovn in each section should & Light Company attenWmonthly .
i oontributtoH to current tuformaj reduce the
cost of keeping farm 4ompt.ar.MiamI
|lit was suggested that feeding floor dinner of the ;
study However few
a general
Aeries ly j lion on this subJect: animals and livestock. There area A holiday iP
192728 |, dot concrete !be.! provided, with a thoughts are given here. Friday.
Wynne Ferguson i Located about four mUte south curb and fence: so sa to be aWe to The supply ,of soil moisture is number of legume crops: that phere was maintined in metgjp:

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, r', Author -PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDClTt a garbage-feeding ranch: has been and pigs. This auggee ion the aueeoaB or failure of our farm for them. Among the the good legumes; aided and Introduced the sp
t in operation since September j wa accepted and a email concrete cropa. Of course we cannot regulate hay are soybean Talks were given on the ojlw
' (wtmr. >r ttuyk.;Jc. 111%... It started Farm labor is not to be hired at and the p
was on a comparatively I feeding floor waa eonatrueteiL .; the rainfall, bat we can helpto for the new year | .
.. small scale with a herdof About. month later a visit was conserve moisture for a dry wilt and when available cornea at and development made by th

ARTICLE S;o. ISK II grade and scrub stock hog to ''made to the place and avery no- ..iod. Kothlug: will: determine per-thecapa.dt1 a high price. The low price of pang in 1927 .I

.. be fed exclusively on garbage col I''ticeable change: In tbe: condition at ; farm product; make it necessary .
of the soil for
tam I
too spedea .thoe'ieg holding
irsqitenor nappem: mat a yeriMCtarf' two : support water that each laborer raise a lareQUa.l1Uty Demand that the United
? baa both good Wip f.-1 a Ud lor bis partner's spade suit and also a strong t; d fast own.Tbeth be bid three -diamond There U noquotKio I humus which Is decayed vegetable produce. The production submarine
IIMtioe txadmata bind **bball I but that Y should tint show I Sousa Fears Not Cold or Wind matter. "Warm per laborer can be raised in a Conn., to the vlcltKey > t
winters and abundance '
belp onrtiMtauitP" .bid or abow my own support for has partner's spade bid. Vs large measure by the use of better : West, Fla., has been m*
To answer t. that quouoa iia bad d two spades is overbid by B with In Big House Near Ocean Side of :rains at certain seasons farm machinery, and more of It. J Congressman McClintic off

wery simple: If bids three hearts Z and A pas and now Y result in a rapid depletion ofb.umu We should give attention to I home, i member of the hour

a sDsjor ouit and yo save good belp should bid four diamonds. By this kind and vegetable matter In marketing daring the and try TaJ committee.
lair the tall von should bow support d bidding be baa given. his partner Zthe I 3e oar i soils. We need to keep grow Lo, have our year
for his suit: brat briore you tai your choice: f of trying Jut pim either ing legnmea on our lands to sup- crop coming on the
owl even if peach suit j* alw major spadv or diamonds and thus has in.crcaiwd h market at a time when they will
auk. their cfcancvs of winning.It I bring good prices. Sweet potatoes -
1j tbe :boca wits found and the owner '
4 To bid your owe suit first and then happens that Z's-epede bid was H.r.I2CH : set in the field sufficient to /

support your! partner duraa't give bun bawd cm a _- a nacres: picture of year bwtdT On the his partner shows a tug diamond suit. i Abler deftnital-T determining that : them in July when the Is Strawberry ]
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other band,if)'OIIWwt support his hand Z should allow him to pUv the hand at 'V J JI It was possible to feed and raise ;l
high Of
t End< then bid your owe MAd, you have
{, gnrea bijn 'aocttrate informatton. Weabouid suit and a sure game should "", uk. II :i properly handled this ranch Jntro- j be as large as if the plants were .
know that your bid of your owaurt Z, however, had no support for the diamond I! c load purebred Hampshire: left to grow until :fall but the early I offer choice improtKlondike.
alter ttpponior Aim is not in suit and a strung spade hcddbtg. .. and from small at.uCkJ! potatoes generally bring good Lsionary. I.
acrub herd
a de-
tendeds.eanad a ortual but ai ) lie should have bid four spMdca over the I J prices and more than compensates Excels!
characterof ,
Hiurmui' him vi d tour lutiQuuda i n bidding oi this kind t eloped! a herd of about 1.041.1 for the early digging( and aU le tMriettes. n
your band, so that tbe best bad of.26 you must ue your common sense (-,.>e bead of good hogs which is attract. i We .
should of
card can be obtained father thaa t4CbirVeea. only uifurmattun that is accurate and mc attention winning blue ribix.ne course give our Price r.gh' '.
.The clever b dd s always tries can be irf help to your partner.. TO torcmrtuber t ? : t x 1t 1I tr t at farm and returning good children the tery bed chance possiMe. -
s for that result. Out f'y the beet bid o( that Bound bidliug should I profits to tbe owner To empha- 1 and should encourage them quality. Plant free >m *

a the combined bans! d hknucM and his produce the best bid ins the combined the fast statement. ''j in their club work which will help .ranto
patt :r. and any method accurately bands of the partnership" ; the beat bid ., fK.SCOirorth to make good; farmers and farm disease and we ? .
AJtIt.illnc\ that ro ult should bt eacvur- for 26 cards -not fur thirteen.VumUy of :hop were marketed from semen oat of them. In counties sate arrival of all s' ',:lt- .
epS. you' hear the eapert steak ot than garbage-4eedUc ranch la ,
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where there ,
Example HandK doe quvcMr" or the "doable KJIMMK" (' .a The :ranch exhibitod at the are agent; we should. U

arU -S without understanding what i.* indent So-uth Florida Fair at Tampa to '!leap ta touch with our agents and Send for price Hit today

Cuba-A. d.4. S Sup one. lor Fxampk. .in the play ef a Q J February, a carload lot /of purebred I let them help as. ITS FREE .
IJia.momda-K Q,1.10.9spade2.1. mnjump band, you have a long JiM of .
and grade Ham llhire '
LtAYlle high cards and play them out, forcunfyour : _. a # barrows >v- j| rtiiity companies are going and worth its weight in golf+|
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+-5D1io gossiping YIUI toe gadintendsbe aging %11 pounds, artiefry gareded. ahead with their '
opponents to (1..4.cry.ln development
fluently, tti vc discards are very eratwrraaiung finds rwywtmrs.But which compared favorably ]platy and the year of 1918 will I
aiia at limes acluali/ force when *>. sjoy. nto vscattoas with corn-fed ices. The 4!x- I 11niWt witness
.. many new
ta his Mg Long UOand hear be 0. extension a* BAUER
t X t one or both mNiaents to discard waning t attracted mach attenttoo asii" wen as J. A. J
in ms. atwolm* oosnfart and trite many new plant over the

Hearts= 10. e, S, 2 card cards rums To!! cards lurvc thus watopponenttc'M the soc..4"queee star the Mgon at O>. roads For bas 1 1 was the only carload lot of Sat :i state Among the Improvement Judsonia, Ark.
Arrows ever exhibited at this
rrsftrng cnatt musical work be A -- fair. 1 being made in
dubs-> To' fume both< > northeast Florida
{x>neii'.s ti. .
*a.moada -A. I. $. .tSoado 00 to,is t he wxalled"double sq uene.' maads... and madq Big windows 'r.lKMKKS J5HOIXD S1T TIT to I aa extension if six miles of the Lock Box 33I
-A. K. 10 9 TUe following band on m. wtadwartf stda ot tbs bones Southern;;
j ad exortleot I State Power
Company
Z Ud overlook ... r I'l9IJaURo raWer dealt. one example of
the
pme. double so 'lines from
1IoQ try Feraandlna
s4 A U4 two Leans. Should YI your luck with k) ones winds. 3at aa ad Insuist ...- BEST StTTED FOB THEM I|JLmolia south to
City. i
man any uppUas beat IB shines,anal I

I'ruWea *.. i$ .. aaflctea: : { .sear. y detest any Gainesville, Fla.-riorlda fariTrs i
ft J1 ... I seta pJa. liar ioog ego !lie -.p 1
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Hearts r need better
i J. 10 a anderitanding'f

J 4: <. 801\. ab.A.1.6D.anad.g i Ii r weated. 11&tea a rwtt basso t*,tae. walla wmtsiBS, W. Witbus. OO-- eon types, and their suitability ,: Get Back the Fun of Eating!

J C>Mat1e factory, at BliwanUigica, HL 'J' various crops according to V
Hearts-f Spade -lC;. 9. > I TOO nags, its tn* 'arold Mowrr. aadataot borarnlurtot RH yourself indigestion that takes the joy out

3.'.3. % t y s Qv Hea taQu&.s .-&h- 0.9 e, JIbLrF Ii4Zgre' day k* BM a IrBnrts to CbacftJ"8 of the Florida experiment of Ii'fe Eat what you want and relish every
v ,4 ealef: .aaterprsM.s Station 'Too farmer mouthful without fear of discom
IAamcodi- eu.e : A B : Uaesnotads-a .o1p Ot/Migtrl 16 S1 many arattempting subsequent
-- e: *tna.d 31aoad.gfoss of fort. You CAN U
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Spnndts-Q. L 6. t : Sjpadc grow crops are
tl nooe i JcbB
rbtttpi eo-: 'llareb EJa&- eoased WlD-a. QO.
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f i to toe wonder of the nrasteal world Matt. way *.- ne ..ad. 1 nave yoslMag lot: adapted to their son. say HERB2HE /
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t 1 ', -. 0"I. I at M. H* plays r vs-mltfnt ears.I Idle has M tea of fee aoM, He ssggests also that farmers -the
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i i,I with ctto wtirM-faanous band or gTYtoog a* OO-O-Mata takss ere of OM bestleg i "P in close touch with their pusevenetahktnnkthatb.tstdaeshuiigndona .1
Spmdta-CKWC and
s a.eanb III mhme ortepalace. probtaca tar c-. sod I ssfl yov *n! ''."'ty agent, the market!ng 1na Said *up the system. eo"" '.
t# i r -tnmpa ead Z ia &he s-s. acae Z the 411I .. sung tenor eie esoe.nw a great radii wn *j yott' are awsj I eaa, and other agencies which
M CM wag aa 01 the: t i&kss.gairet aey drfcsoe? Soiutnsi iskthe eat tape II! CIa1I,. and toe, wnea other paopte geM I brat is know that De tatiiaRls 9 attempting to give a real sera
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USING spent Sunday In Jacksonville and WImberly and B. II. Ricks were _--- .::. :-: :: r
I. v\hMi ri'Hldem. IM unknown .,
wan accompanied home by his -t'f' 1 1 and was iinnble to to alHint It'' Sun: 1? I I\R' ', 1 rUfning
guests Thursday ot Mrs. Nelson nxiertaln the thrnce ,
S .
Lnwie and family daughter. Mrs. W. C. Bloodworth. I.\; ;;. 1. '- .- --t.IVe: of. Arlo 'note.It' t005) fret the"ivu. a /-I"'h ilunlred" Eight:
Green .
at Starve.W. ) \8 l I Iherefure, ordered that said TWO Hundred -
Plant Cltlylll Mr. Richmond Harnage and fam- r-llI'hlV ( NfJi"'I.) theno
for niiii-r lment dBfwndaiitit, it buy.. wept
nam'd Five lJunur.
visit Mrs. Lewis' family of Umiu.lla are visiting at M. Wimberly visited relatives /Xcuircs 2itgfcld Follies ',> and each of I hen.. be and are the Bee-tlon! lln.A FIaht. theses UfI,:North) feat''ivu ; ,I.
I i-r.ty rcouIrM
I home of here Sc..r71' to appear to the bill Hundred Eighty. (ago
and Mrs. Campbell. the Mr. W. F. HarnaRe. Thursday. ". f ooinplnlnt tiled In the ahove atyld place .ofaorltied. 'beginning ) toot 19 the .
iMUHe on or bpforx ,. a* above de-
The Christmas program which B. H. William II" 81 and
altlwanger and fam- Carter! Padgett "t K.. irunrv.. An. IP2M! at Court apt forth- \
I'khonvllle Friday todays was carried out Sunday night by :intl H. B. Hudson of Jacksonville, : U- / "0''.... In the city of Stark..,' liradfor this IT order IS ri1RTMMR b" UNhP3ItEU! That "1

( i with relatives. I the H. Y. P. U. class was well attended W. A. Bowen J. Osteen and K. 1 wlsr| ,| founiy.i allegations: Slate of,if Florida t the said, othar-hill, we..k.In for four published consecutive once weeks.a'h.
a
Cannon of Maxvllle attended the -1 "f ""'nilrtlnt' will ford now..paper published In Ur"<1_
Crawford and taming I I..MM .01| the .... Ihdnndantsrior I.'o"n&y. Florida
? iy
Mrs. Fonts of Fort Myers is via- Masonic installation of
officers ,
the holidays in ) 1A. < ""h nf I them who fall to ftEfA, AND OnnICRHH.:
Itlng her daughter. Mrs. 11. II. Tuesday. u"1" l tin' e and plare. he Hume appear... at In tIIta rk.l"lorl.l3..TthisAu' ',.-
Lewis. "i "lilt to forecloHc a SOil day of ll..e..mh..r 1117.
Ivs. W B. Halslop andft C. M. Grille and II. C. Wimber- I : ML ttthe,, I liiHtriimentK. nlven mortgage cuhHynuent A. Z. AUKINR.
Mr. J. P. Welch and wife and
Friday for Tampa ly Jr., were business visitors to :: ,ninklnir lr"hn'n: rwordlnur of aald! 1./-51.2.2 ..1uI(8jOTI
: ntextgaga. ,
children of Plant City are spending .. a lien '
Baldwin Thursday.Mrs. .> dencrTlind ,
holidays with their .p vii laiidx therein 'In he \
the holidays at the home of <'i uuutlex of '
lives there. J. A. Starling visited llradford and Clay, In r '''1 II
,:, o Mr. Welch's daughter. Mrs. Martin relatives Stilt rSliito, ';
,
'Norman and family at Starke and Waldo Friday l I.. .,rtherardnred, thai this .

dcllae and family at- Oliver. B. II. Ricks > tier(l hi.. iiubllithml on'" a weak tyIt th. Circuit t''urt, or T....
Mrs. Alice Oliver and little left Saturday for "n..ullw..k.. 'In the ur'l h Ju.llc"&! ( ''rcult. to for
urlstmas dinner given his home at West Palm Beach after v (nui 1 County ')' a I I'NI"'I.er IIrael"rll County 'Iorhl. and "
grandson are visiting the home iu \\ published. 'In StarkB eery. In Chl.n-
,
Stokes of !
::4 of T. K of J. L. Underhill. a two week's visit with rela- Ilindfurd Cnuntv. Int.. of Viorlita Ueo.." Hoher Welter' ,{p

: Y. tives here. )hone and ordered thin ITth day Complainant' .
l r'
if h"'plI\lI'r. "
A.
and |11. 11'21.! v.
_ l t closed Friday 'OOI/oe s0.00.0.9 vie.., 0. Mrs. Nelson Green and baby and' U. 1V. AI.hlIttfAN' The lo'lorld4 L..nd and ". :
!q I>>t a very Interesting HN\.\ ,'kirk i'Ir'tilt: rout.;: Company. n cnr\lnraUul1.Immigration t4lJ.!,,
Mrs. W M. .t ale
I which was carried HIGHLAND Wfmberly and MIa] ( SIn tiT&: ISIII1'Il..rk.... Fla lI..r..n'II''I" .
fn. : I Freddy, were visitors here Friday Nhllcltnrv for ('ompialbuolsi Order of MerIce. hr l'ahllrnlioe
\pfcely' by our teachers w sties M., 13. Uh k". {'..r. I' -l\t.2-3 I 'I'u Luther, I II. Fuller !Mmma
the. Edwards and Missd O. J J. Webb of Jacksonville \viutansuctlng ) Pithier James" ",,'kl..... dhry! l. HI-1'1.
i0000N Ne r t ) Ins Groot "
.OONO.ON00.. \ M.
business here Tuesday .luue|
0f' \ .
Santa Cains It/sing IWI.unM
>> pupils. >onci) Yonnj, A .fd I :

b1 interesting address Highland Jan. 0.-The High- _-. -_ .n- -__ 550 t I ..II v" a"1 l'denl.J"hnutskniwn I .

land Lodge of }4'. & A. M., met I ,thou III !1'lrr1l"t"1"(1"Court It. tlradford Twenty-Sixth) Ju- and. grnnteea''ntr the v said,".Luth.'r glntaes; er:

Irs. J. M. Wilcox of Tuesday and Installed the follow county 1..II..r. B 1I11na I6. 'ullvr, James
l'I'k-
a Kl'l1'; | In Chancery. 1 I..". Mary\ II ;
.
[were vesltlng at the ing om'ers( tor the year of 1928 : wroye'sTasteless lIul,. Wallace, Marv .Iaur' Rising 1t1.1"1&. Oran Young 111. UI"'nll' i i

>I. McRae Friday. }o'. M. Crews W. M.? Uobt. ,Griffin. '' r4 Un \." Complainant Young horn and, un.l"John t,, M.,,|ii|KialnirV, : or nltheV 'I,,

< y Crosby and familyto Sr., Wvden; W. A.Bowen, Jr.,. W ,in i i'ii,, U'HlInc I liMffiiidnnt. or claim: I UK any .Intel-eats: persons In the follow nir,- J

Raiford Sunday. Warden J{, Cannon Sr. D, U U. I II: itpueurlnaliy HftMavIt' attached ltradford:ing dusc'ribrd eounty; Florida Innd.' situate 1 in ._

tokes of Waldo visit- Orinis. Jr., !>., J. Osteen Tyler. ,MI, i Ili'< hill In the above rniiH. that Lots N\'un (1) and to-wit:
I i'i', Klitvtire of Eight (s1). i
jjme of H. M. McRae Miss Ethel M. H. Ricks Chill \Vnrienullnro In Clock "U": Lets Ten ). i
Ricks Tonic uuLlmvu. \ ,, to rontplaamsnt'I'lot, ; there 11)). Twelve (2) ThlrtiinIn ) yalev.,1 \ .
and II. C. Wlmberly, Jr., were vlu- "" i,i'rxim In t h* Mlnte' of I li'lorlda, }'o..rl..ell14). I IIh.'k "e" (ill ) god.
Is 'I. "nn\vii ti 1 l< I nlrlniit' Hvrxlce nf iirnrvNH Itle iks s "*. ii. : all ot 1 ....
Adklns has been apg Itors to Ja.cksonvllleVednesday.. The Old Standard Remedy for lap" ''i whnin would bled I thi- held uVnillit Rising':. nub:,llvl"lVinKth; and !L: t
guest at the home Messrs. L. H. Hill and Klnlaw '. In thi* snit of !-Hark. tow .
ChUla and Malaria. It P1 "'\"r destroysthe 1 IT l 114 TIlKIIKKOItn: nitDKIlRIi: \ Northwest ; '
ely Crosby's through of Lawtey were business visitors quarter, V
ors
h"I
tin nldnrren' Walluip
malarial germs in the do ni">- Noutliwniit quarter (Sm tfW"i\ .
here Wedne day.I i 'I i IK I'oninlaliit in I thinIIIIN HmitliwMt "
I.I'; 'I l.r.. Quarter (HW14\ '
; :
blood. the Chills and ,
Stops I .
in tlou
on or ln>- TwrnlY-on.
I "
and family vis- Mrs. Oleeta dribble ((21).
prosby Mrs H. C Township
,
HI'
n ftluitdiiv.
February Bth .
I fortifies the A n I ; (8). Knuth Itange
s>y Sunday. Wlmberly, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. system against Mi's. ittherwlmt the iilleirnlliinii of (23) Bast; end Twenty.two g
Malaria and Chills. 60c. ,Hd. hill will hp taken ua uoiifeneed i iv "' the
; Norman and family Wlmberly Jr., little Miss Patty the Hiild 'defi-ndnnr tt'r ( MxirW\.., of Section Northwest 1'\\"lt-oIKht quni

II 1-4 rnithei, iiiiU.ithat this sin- <(25)) Towimhlp .
__ __ __ _--0-. Six (6) ,i
- i li i'. !" published oiinn a week for | T1Yit"UftMJ <(111) ':* .mi, ,IIIHI| ,,'iillvo wnrku 'In Itrndford, I I Ioiiiitv : llrirliinlnK It
nt
mshine for Winter Water { l L ., '1'-1",....n Ih. puMUheil at tar''VBwri/Yr' the Southwest J the North-quar- ,,
City Prepares Sports 'is II..". Flurlda.LY17'N19M4Ihn. ) Northwest
: hand ot tl. \V./V1.1.-. I (N'V'4)! running" titmice Most quarter Five
RUTH rETT1NQ ,nuiii, (fli'iK. und .Is... ."al nf thin llunilriMl: MlirJil (SOU) t tbenra
."''''l. this the !lnd day of January, I Mouth Two: Hundred' dh! V (2511 1'f
1 h. 1925.: feel ; 1110'11.' West Five| Hundred P .9.\
(J"'A" n w. \MIKI: '\ Jif lrollN fort '" the Action line S ;
,
..' lliif: -r-: I MIi ltIttYS\ ('h rk (1l'I.mlt. onrt. I I ,,' North" .I..n: tlmidr.Ml NlffhltWM t .11
... =---.tL -e' r f. 1 : I fool h' the' of beghsninq'

i1on.e.Li.t( 11.45/nowrary'! "'fn oNdl..s1lln.I"3! ,! O'frIiapnaeybluy\ 14- yiv r j- t-I"If'IIIIr fur 'iinitilulnant l-fl-Bt-2-3. 11.,1'1&I: I'.HK, I Hen, \A'III""I',.,' Wollor.' ciinuln.lnntit luwfii, ""* died. ''
In
7 the shave iMiiilloil cause his
Ruth Etting, Artist ;and: in which BIO! may. earn furthiV? awurn bill nf .-.."' \llalnf---fr the..
"1I'1'1l'1.1III quieting' .-f ,, .
fame." a III''In f the in.l h.. -
Actress, Finds Stagea bV' Inahove 111110..1., ,,, and havli.. prar- t t tad
Whilo the young actress (Ihi't Circuit Court "w..nlf-liltl'h' for .pruresa walnut the defen""lo [ I
Gold Mine only a short time ago left-h e\,. liulli'liil' I (Mil" 'ml, liriulfoid County, an nlxiv described ; /
home in David Nebraska ,Slixtu of I Klorlilii' I In ClianiMiry.. NOW TIIKIIKKOUW.) : ) It .li hereby V6
City }\,\ iiiiKM l llwber \Vfller.t'liinpUiliiitnt. I ordered that ui.-h and' : every' i.'f
enthusiastic over the stage as V I the Infupilniitn above named, deslir-' r
New York City-The stage i lathe I career for women, she warns th :! VN. hated ,and doMcrluod clnlming, 'Intel.ems ..
Y .. only one of the arts that )'apays modern girl that she must I's..' |.'..".lilit Land and IniniiMtriiUon I In the property horelmtbove de-
fa bv f soil,bud .
the landlord and the milk- 'inniutiiv" a i poiHllun." tit ill.DufKltdilnlllr ..- Is hereby required, to appear
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t Yp, ready to meet the demands of tb t .to the comulalrinnfH bill of onmplnlnt. I ; c
man as ",'"1I1 ift the artist's yearn- stage. littler for frrth-v. by .'ii hi ll.Ii'..i lust In [ \ on I lie Bret Monday of Feb
ing for fa.no and a creative out "Few doimand ,\ Null\ Ii, llriiMit < lauds I mill runry. A. 1). \DIU. belnu t the 8th day
artistic
of said 1
let. llulrt. 'III le. month
as much brain and brawg4!' Thu above, I'litllhid LMLUHO rum** onUIIH ANJI IT IH. KrriTiiFin! ORnRrinn: a.
s Ruth Etting: sinprer, dancer work. t I ilny li> bu linurd/ upon l Ihn npilliitllciii that this order lie puhllHhud In H
,.
song writer, star in the new Zicg- ( fore J ( nf the i-uinplnlimnt fur nn newspaper having a general" rliculatlnn .,

'fold 1'ollics, speaks with the confidence the"Perhaps largo; salaries.that is the In reason my oW1Jcase < <'I'I'I,'::::;:; :of:, Tin mildlt' : Flo nt Ion r:Ma: uiuruliiHt Lund: and tliM, lini -- *'lorldu In, ounce llradford a week County for, four Htut. (of O. t 'I

that comes with tho ( i inlKiuMnii, ; I'..IIIPI1 1110', a. "'"r""I1II..n.i" consecutive weeks, pi'lor. to snld Mile
must bo
knowledge of four week every song: se IJ'Irately f mil Liimii tin- ivluiti of tin- Hhirlfrr day.
a figure a
/ studied as each plctur} > 'Hiailforil' Coiinlv, Kliirlda that the I, wITNEHH!: ) my hand, and I ho anal of
/contract at hand. must be clear to the audience to*' vi I it I ,of MIIIIIIIIIIIIM' In hnnrpry h*>rvloiif Nil Id Court this the fioth iluuof De
"A masterpieces I I i.Jxiii'il. hi mild.. t'litiHo IN not nnd 1)tber. A. U.. 11137. K ,I
i painter may paint both eyes and ears. I am singing'
: H. W. ALT ; tM,\N
nun! (I. served for lltit IIMINOM that
in
i a muatclan be a second waltz ballad 'Honolulu'' I I Clerk Circuit. ,
1" may a now Mi I niflfom, und, aerentx( of nald! Thn Couit I'
Mozart, bub the chances are :Moon: in which the composer has'' 'pn'i.1n! Uind' and Immlnrul Coiniiiv I I I (SEAL) nrmUord, yFluuda
/ great that the masterpieces the music of the seisI, n rorpi'rotlun', are unknown: Hy U. A KNIIIKTMILAM. ,
.- may captured( : : !
: ; und i ,'k'MollcltorM
''nit It to tint 1 Cmiit g Ii
ee Htlltui't lA'uLA-1-1"1
,. ( not be discovered, until after tho not the ominous, dnsliinjf'' ifcILVAINB! & /
angry '
; .,;. { ia buried and the musician '. I I ) for Complainant. t
-. I painter of turbulent waves but the haunt\* ;: )

may never have enough ing melody of South Sea waters. r I I Ultnl'III.'rhnt: the defendant U-U-&t-1.20
to hire hall.;' declares I lin l.'liMfctn, Land and Iniinlnriil e.VI'I'Il'U .
i I money a I! ,I'u coiporatlon. be and It IHi l
( "I try to express a music that' nipnny a I : Of AI'IM.lrTIOKO1I '.
Miss "This is
I Etting- especially la tho the of I i lu.ii'hv' !, itiiUlr| "il to appear| i In 'Die t
love '
true when the artist; happens' to lullaby, song art J :Uiovii named Court, nn Monday' 'the I TAX 111:1011K'OTICM 1 ; '
I be A the island people, the moaning, plain rtlvenesa rills;" day of February A 1921, 'ii
a woman. career on
f' of the sea that surround l :i lie same hel"W. I the rut.. ;,y\li Coli- IS IllsnKIir' OIVI3N. Thnt'
( stage, if the woman is truly talj them. [ ,',,,1'ry. jlian, and' then and thwn. d.<.. alrx.| At. 10. lOilwarclK],, holder, I of 1'ng: t .>{
j ented, brings its reward both """ iln. mill limtiiuli'il" iiiraltiHt It t'nrtlllimta 'sit, 4lh e1
monetary and artistic, while tho "This is by no means easy and I in' tlvuiK,. llelii-r Wvlk'i, iKilnir a 1H'.M, :hull "r.i':: said I .':.,i'r'1'1..t"tIf I :: ; 1

< Lipton, sponsor of the Lipton Cup races at St. Petersburg Sept. 3rd 4th and nth. I woman is still enough to I worked for weeks before I go' nit I fiii the iiuli'tlnir nf I Mlinnd 1 toI'liinvr :slurs: and made ii ppllcatIon I for' fax .1
young .
.
,. lniiflH from I the lulu of thnmi deed to .
Issue thereon In
liar Recreation pin at Sunshine City where thousands will flew aster p'li'U. this "' .nter. t: enjoy that reward. The world of the desired effects. f ,,IIH| ) I""lit In and I to I the f
rht entered In Lipton Cup rnoen.kk i the theatre is Irapid\ moving "Stage life is glorious, thrill't ill-.srrlbed; :' lllllllH.: Hit 1 IlllllIII llrilllfiinl '- Hulil, i nrtlfliMittt nnihruoe the ,,,1- h
St. Petersburg spiirttniau aiul chIc leader, who In traveling In north Intcrentlnj yaHittmiSBDRO. world and less faithful inp lucrative but thrillclaims i.uiily. Florliln, tiiwll.l.niu lowing d..II'rll.1 ,property sit usled it
more or '
,% every t ,
!Hi-vfii | 7I iind "KlKhl) dl', In llnidford, l County .., to-wlt
once it has placed the laurel its quota of the hardest 1 .1. "II"! l 1.111> 'Pen ( Ml ), blevrtlIud1'rnl'rn : Ninth half of Northwest iimrt| ..r R

Fla.-This city Yacht Club. Boats and crews han Ing In the St. Petersburg regal wreath on a favorite. To a woman kind of mental and often physical{ i ,, |11:1.: ) hl'hkl"'nnni. IHI: I. :andnith 1 hid.tlf"I'L HoiilhniiMt:! quiirlerof .
I ( II) ; nfI Nortliw ', Mx'tlon 17.
Efor the biggest winter been entered by yacht club. from "Watera around the Sun hlnl who makes good on the stage endeavor. But I haven't one TO'' 1',1.I:I '' Ii' |I' P1.!'ulf.IIIJi"I'o/, I K, rind 1,, TnwiiNhlp 7, Hniitll. ltiinH SI flat, k.
New Orleans Oalveaton Mandeville are Ideal for racing and pleasure t there are .many profitable years grct At my choice of profession,I I II I,, II'nlg's? the town KID iiureHThi' b
pl'OgTnm of Its historymeca Vbntce ..r si M urrordliur li> plat thereof, aMMoHniiifiit;. of sold properlymsdnr
Mobile. Poneacola Houatdn of he i .
for thousands of ; every description e JacksonvilleCornerutotio: ; laid ".mtulniim' 40 ncrt-H itMn-f, nr', ]10'''" I j Ales| ., thwnnt "gutii'ter (NW..if th. sold i-nrilflento linuea was .t t
[ and St. Petersburg "and for those of us who enJ' e I .7. I. FRAZL/l Hiiiihni.Kt: ( ": of In the name of ii.'! Tl Joinu.I'n. '
II.r\l.\ nrIHV 1)1iI. :
nworahlppera" who will In OC'tober the annual "MosqUlto" pleasures Tampa Bay and the,( t for first unit of Trinity Ielho'I"' 'i'"i MHMIV, ,,,. i SnutliweKt" ( ( { ) of ,: IKH mild oi.rtlflL-iitB, shall be re- f U
*' \f JOTIVH llii,)' Tw<'iity-iin* ((21) Tuwrmhlp HlxK dr.'med iiri-in-dlnir to law, tax deed _
here In the early fall. sail bolt ratee. will be held while the Mexico affords, lover of water s
diet I''piecopal! Church at Eloise s.i\| ,.'l'ii.i; foi: 'cu'mplnlnnnt; I | >, Mouth HaiiHO Twenty-two. (22) will issue thereon on the 2Hid day "
dar of and /lnt 0 tbs power boat events will maintain there I* not soothe t
yachting .IJI.M: and, 1 of I Ills.
I i-e-rtJ.n;1 t .
II races beginning In take p ee In November. Speed events like It In America. We feel If and. rtlendale streets. I I r rw.tsiiits. 1 of the VnrlliwrHt' \\U::\ r.i"A2i/ day of Dncembor, '

I continuing on through for all lasses are now being arranged we can Induce the yachtm 0 i I onimit>> : roil I'I'IIIII'\'I"O' Ii'r.'i A. J>. 1027 At.DPUMAN.I' IJ
i.lirlit 12"1'wII..hll' HI* (6) Mouth O. w
for De mber, ,January February and come once that he will neve.. I -- I ,f
: M"1.13 Jin n'K": Twenty-two (U3> MnKt, deMi Clerk or Circuit Court: lliiul-, .
he events will be held March.J another winter scamm." I In Circuit' Court 281h J"lklnll'I"1, : I brd;I ii M: (oh lows: Hi'trlnnliig. itt (HIOAL) ford County, 'I"rl.l. 1 t.
jrd. 4th and 6th when H. Kerrlck St Petersburg sports- At least It looks like little I.Petersburg Not Ire ,In hureby given thAt under, i-iilt nf Florldii, in and fur itrndf.il,! thiNiiithwent. Corner i nr theM"othwentquarter Ilv O A. K....IU 11'1', its
( and, by virtue tit that certain. final 'o.."ty. In ('hlln<'.'ry. (MW'','.) of North- f2.2t-Gt-1-20: npuly Clark. *_ :4Starke >
Stne fish class will com- man a d civic leader ts now In the Is going to have g demos of forocloMtjro injifle sod. 1'- I'aul Brothers, Invoriiorateit, a : .

Lipton (5.000 gold trophyby north letting yachting and power winter when water sparta arif tlnrod on January 2nd, A. U. IDlitt, corporation. Mini K II 'urll'II.I", 1e
the St. Petersburg boat c bs to Interest them In enter- t'.oncd. >llonomhlw. A V. Lung Judge of I Complainant.. eWe i
the KlKhth Judicial CircuIt of Klor- I ..
Ida. notingfor unit nn behalf. of honorable A. M. jiuy end AFtrv I. Ray ..I! ..IN.! I
- --- -- A. 7 Adklnp, Judfffl of the I Defendant, i iI
16th Judicial' Clruuit( Urad ford Forrrloa.re of ..l...,Iar....... niid 01/1", Y'ES can charge your HRS
county. Florida, who IK dlmiuallfled' / llrllef 8 itr
New York io lllaml IN THH NAMlt) Ob' TIIK BTATI"'"! I
,astivise Record rom to act Bradford,. In that County certain Hank cauna, whoren a. cur-- I FMIUI ft/ I STORAGE BATTEHY In o llI. ct

oriitlon. .In complainant and Julian I It hawing bees mnde In nppviii'J I I.
Marks Maide i Voyage of Clyde Liner "Iroql L.. Peek dare L.. Peek hU wife and aniiluvlt rll..1In\ the above xtyK,|
1.b:. I'idwarde: are defendants, the cause that. the following' lefendtifii ySmith's iniro
undersigned a* Hpec'lal MaMtar. will named In the bill nt complaint \\i, I
nail for cash, to the highest and\ I bent said cause ore ..,...h non-resldenM( >,f
,. ilder In front of the Court. (louse' the main of Klnrldit'' to-wit: NIVII.I, : h
TZ door \In Starke Hradforil County port 14. bastes] also known nN N. \if w
f : .'Ieri1ii., on Monday ".. .... A.I I I Km..., and wife Iottl M. K..t*, Garage
D 1928 during the legal hours of ,' each reside' In Asheville In Htnto ',7 f.
ale, for the purpose of satisfying North Carolina; M. O. Kluckwull ar\,(

'i' aid. Final IM-CTCR, the following de- wife Iteuluh I. lilarkwoll. rnch ft, ,, taH
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-- -- -
i lands lying/ and being 'Inmdford side at Hton Mountain. of Htnts q( .
( ....U Clay: counties, r lor- ''Oeorcla; Kdwiird. JJIalU U'i'l wit,- -=-: -- -.: ==--====-.: .:-==--- IT
I I Amy Itowley. lllnlla.' each fA"t"
iFicHF: ) JI LID f),? PMCKHTY 1:4DitAIFORD !' North Port Lo.g island. of Ht KLOlttTlA. iof New York Kdtrard] |4lnllii trelX, d

Lot. Qne Two rolTNTV Three/ B'our. Five, \ tea.st-itu of North,..f \i-v' Tort( ,1', Longuf U .. "Ial\l. I I
'U, :seven! end 1oJ1M'lltl! and Two frao- Uf0wn (Oulxepp Otiva" ;; naro,1'.miIt" Jatri0tn. II! J. R. DAVIS I & CO. r.o
.iinal. lot the Went kl'la of the
Min'r.'n S on .. ,
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in undivided one-liulf Interest In ..... the riinliti'iir* of Mnnul"'j all' y,f K
d"/QOQtr)1S"i'Mvw' i,:nl: to the following described lots % hum arc unknown, and that t lhahp Of."I. !

by boat from New York tohe o K sarurtvA>/ cM.1A1'rf1 1 H4IUJO.1 10 ml. to block tho Town loualBil of in Htarke., I'eelfH Florida adill-, M h..no spry person,'5 of In jiulinoena the' State upon.I 9'IIIr\wh 'M\". AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 .

fi tJOeCH OUT of NVoi I( the Northwest quarter of North wont 111 bind the nal'l defendanl" <,(; >, t
wext quarter of ileotlon: Twenty.'fight llher ,)r them and! that ..nrh. !, If.al.t .
record established by (21). Towruihlp Hl (5)). South defendantH err helli-vnl 155> ,- STARKE FLA. IB

|ilnor "Iroquola" on her been growing steadily In f|In re- I'? Twenty-two (Z2) "East. TOWIT over.< the age of twenty-oni- yai-H \,( I : i:

It waa to mij le inaaina : Inclusive of I itff. and that affiant ns.d' dlllK. l. I .. ._ 18k
one Thirteen -
Rge. In making the trip years. Lots On to and ti a'main 111..1 K- .--- _-- --
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ult Speedy luxuriousnttedJM ) 1 ird West halt of lot 10 of Hlnrk 3*. ..
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vessels offer even tlrst I
t of reduced sailing timeaccommodations : d I LA'i Ol'XTY. FLORIDA. Lets. ....
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..H traveler every comf' -i-v... Six and Heven of KlngTMley" '
ed m he may demand '1'. are n hewn an Cook pl.n-u... In Section Hlx- ..

I of tourist travel to Quit I Pas enclosed promenad' IJ par- t-.n (Id), Townuhlp. Hlx. : d). MouthItange
andshijq dano' I: T""I-thr.. (21)' : Inst. ...
tap particularly Miami /I SoHVf'S&S' irs observatories D. F.. KNlOtrT
| 'Is forecast Clyde LIne sro x decks for the norther\ of the i i Kiv-i'ljil Master In Chancery J-.

by .1.,.. For the lost halt are aU ,V S. ritKWS.HnDuitor .
meet this expected de- he soft beguiling co| that I for Tomplalnant.M I.--t-3

rge new steamers have 1CI ..iafce sailing under the" eouth '

d .rn moon" the realizatloj dream '
on New York-lorlda-
tru. i ,\" .: '" :XJ'IICK OK tl.K: '
eMs come .
Ing the coming wintertime
S NVI Decision to extend tbf York- ,
Miami rune of the blgj vwelI hereby notion l I. given that under FL,). f eaci
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nd by virtue of that certain j
of the "IroquoU" through to Havana b mad.. Decree of foreclosure made by the -'; t 14pNY. lI.r..tt nalltllar. Phone S-HOO-I Il ,
en run will be epproili before the announcemelbltlon Proll I Judge of the Twenty-Hlxth Judicial.' l Hlrvet Phone A-MMMI 110Id
Del at upsd "Ire..lt. In and for llradfurd "ount,. I ,
i regular schedule of this Commissioner
| r sister ship the "Shaw- MOI'IDII-{ ci clamps will be plJ ClIO the Florida', 192 on, In the favor 2nd of Oeo.day O of Whit January a

plc..1 warmth and sun 70 Florida liquor lid thisf The and against VictorJ.. llunibrecht : L1'\ BER !

o i sailing days away from fact that Havana ati a ODD- and ddfi-ndant Agnes VT Th Humbrecht undersigned his' wife a.

Jes and Icy streets ot N ANA venlent oasis. Just aa 19b' sell Sp.'a' l Ma.t.r. will of-r tar gala
If Stream erulMsi to TVeso/1-/ from the sands of MIa ay prove '. )In front of the Court House. -In I ,

and other southern 7". aa additional stlmulospavtl latedi fortaosw i Htarke,of Florida Halo, on durln Monday the Feb.l..dth.1J28. ",alIviire I Fr..mlnc, Hiding: Htl'i\t"lrtlt., ; Flooring.; Finish Hooting Shingles, Lath. Brick:, Lime, : '
rtaln who wish to be 1
to Increa-
prove I to the highest and heat bidder ;;
JT. travel authorities pre- Fro wlntet to summer In two day. In addition to the I through for each the following described I rcmrnt, Pla'de/\ Abore, Windows, Asphalt Shingles, ,\sh(situii Shingles: .: .'
e sliows average January tom. Miami-Havana aOTTteesj aI11J1p property lying and helnir In Bradford "i

.t... travel to southern tare at points tadleated foi r art .eb.dula4 i iTork e.ety eon Nog County Florida to-wlt, : of the ot H '1'1CJ(1I! CAX IMVKU: : ; IHHKOT TO vouu JOHJ.JIIIIw. Ie -.-
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NEW YEAR POULTRYSUGGESTIONS ", ...)

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Gainesville, Flu. Practices a heavy toll the dairy Industry J

which! will be of benefit to Florida I each year. Your local vet- 't 4

poultrymen during 1028 are summarized erlnartlon or the Veterinary Department .

at the beginning of the Florida Experiment ., ,
year by N. II. Mohrhof extension Station will bit glad td explain \ .. ', ,

poultryman, as follows: about blood tests for this disease. "

Foundation stork exerts a tre- Weakness, general untlirlftlnens i

mendous influence on profits./ and diarrhea In young lambsare ;

Cheap stork IH expensive. Secure symptoms of stomach worm

eggs, chicks, and stock that have Infestation, which should be I IY rt
health, vigor and vitality with watched for. Copper sulphate solution h p.yH., .k N G '
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high egg/:/: Ilrod IlcUon. Is the treatment to be used \; + ', 'b'Ids. eA "

Expand gradually In- the poultry against this parasite. H > f 1,.;. t r 4",7 7 ,'fir ? r 9
business, and ba sure that Prepare to raise spring pigs on II + R, j1'f '
equipment Is sufficient and suitable land where hogs/ have not been allowed -

for caring for stock on hand. to run for the past year to \

Feed costs cnn be reduced, avoid Infestation by worms. It

health of birds maintained at a pays to keep the pigs free from

higher level and egg production worms. f

increased. If a snfllrlent amount of Inoculate the spring pigs against '

i green: feed Is given dally. A systematic cholera. This should be done about g : e I

monthly culling program May, while the pigs are still young.It .. / .
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will cut down feed coats and Increase Is more economical to Inoculatethe r r 1 itta t'' i ,

profits.Market I pigs at the age of about 10 ., II.>... -.4 t\

only first class eggs weeks, just after weaning, and this IIpfl\r\ #A.' AW
and poultry. Quality products protects the shouts while they are j; ; :: 1

command a premium on the mar- growing.
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Become a member of the local .' __... _, ...., '., .- -.- "': '-'-.''<"..'" --""';' -
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poultry'association, if there Is one ,
la your county. If there U none, I'OH FOLLOWING YEAH I' 6: '00'6.-y.: .J.d kf'- .....'"'. .

Interest other poultrymen In form- Gainesville. Fla.-Farmers who .. ..,,'H < "h"I. ? .ff: ;" '_" }J'il \
lag one. Poultry raisers have ; ":\. ''' 't \ e, ,, ,
grow general crops( are given the :,. > ...t. <;;i' F ., ,
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founds the exchange Ideas 0' i:; ;!., t! ; ; ,
following suggestions for 1928 by ;< <: ;t ....' .:<<..''jJ
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able.Take whatever measures possible W }). Stokes, agronomist of the "

7. to protect the fowla from Florida Experiment Station.

L chicken thieves, which have been Prepare land the best it Is POIII. ... ... \,,,,-
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I Bible to do. Get and plant the -.p---- '
operating on a large scale In some I: L- iS4I: .
( best seed possible.. Fertilize Tor ,> eo. < ::.
. sections of the state. ( maximum profit. Give the best Above are seven> reproductions of enlargement: from a moving picture film taken when Claude Nolan of Jacksonville drove his roadster from Miami tal
Remember that a poultry farm West across the famous Florida Kant Coast Overseas railway recently. No. 1 shows Mayor K.G.::: Howe! of Miami I
" (cultivation you know how and as handing a letter to Claude Nolan to be delivered t M
wlthouthands--you can tell it Is mayor of Key West 'upon his arrival there. At the left
mayor's la Kenneth Goodson relief driver who made the with Mr. Nolan.
often ae necessary to keep down trip No. 2 Is one of several pi..
fltbout hands-you can tell it Is (weeds and grass and to control graphs showing Nolan and Goodson as they bounced over the ties of one of the trestles. In No. :l th car IK shown from below while No 4 gives a clear view of Un|,
running but you don't know what crags track over which the car travelel. The << had "taken the
car siding" in No. 5 for train to
moisture conditions as far as pos a pass and in No. 6 shows it crossing another section. In picture No. if
time It is.VKTIOItlNAIlY. sible. car had Just arrived In Lonk Key where the party stopped..:&:. loniz.=-enouorh- for_ n Innrh____u_ nhnnnl_____ __ N..IAn'_"'__no ._ _"._.*........u. flu.... i\rkiix..:.....,_n _n"..." \

r, ; IIINTH Poor soil means poor crops. Re- farm product of high marketability lected from the city of St. Peters-
J i TO KIOniI FAIIMKUM: Holte to feed the land all possiblethe and place it on the market at burg. Some Good Practices To A movement Is on foot t I

FOR TIIW NKW YK.UI vegetable matter high In nitrogen duce Gadsden farmers to i
a time It will command the highest The
place was considered Infected
by growing: and putting back few acres of pimentos, wlt. |

Gainesville, 'Ia.--Dr. A, L. Sea- Into the land this vegetable material price. with cholera as the pre- Which Farmers Should other crops the coming i
" ly veterinarian of the Florida( Experiment : as such or In the form of manure vious owner had lost some hogs searmentor
Station, suggests the after it has, been fed to live "'Iomn.Tl' foITH .SHOWGAim.GK from this disease during the season are much In air:t,

following precautions that should I I stock. This means a liberal use of SWINE FKKDING PRACTICABLE; OK before and no attempt had Give Attention In 1928 over the country, and i ;'

be taken by Florida farmers during leguminous crops, such w cowpea, been made to get rid of the infection canning concern has a pro
1928. I velvet beans, beggnrweed, peanuts, I All hogs -
Whether put on the place (Spuds Johnson whereby they supply seedJItli
the feeding of garbage ) ply vegetable matter.
Make sure that breeding cattle soybeans, vetch, lespedeza, kudzu, were treated with serum and virus These legume -
purchased are free from contagious and crotalarla. to swine Is a profitable enter ,f For the first few months no facilities There are number of things crops also gather nitrogen mers at. a low figure. ItJPl

' abortion.. This disease Is exacting Do) all you can to produce a prise has been a topic for much for feeding the garbage that will help us in our farming In from the air and help to keep our 'about one-bait pound of n ,$
--- -- -- the the :
acre, yield averaglnit-i:;
", .. .- discussion among hog feeders and were provided. It was simply 1928 and that should be given consideration soil rich. They make our soil eas- three to seven tons per acrtt-J
c also dumped out on the ground and the near the first of the ier
among public officials havingto to cultivate, and furnish food canning company then pu.

f K t3 i fir s eA How to PlayBRIDGE do with city garbage disposal.The they hogs allowed pleased. to Considerable dispose of It'loss as year when we are making our for plants. Our crop rotation the pimentos at $40.00 a toifgi 1
I plans for the year. To mention all ._U-
following report from a rep- j was experienced during this per- of' them would hardly be possiblein plans should Include all the legume One hundred and twel.1)cia :
reaen atlve of the United States I iod from parasitic infestation crops possible. *
director'8 ?
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Pepartment of Agriculture is a poisoning, sand accumualtlon etc. are certain local problems which More hay and home-grown employees of' the Florida'' ,*
During a visit to treat some hogs feeds are greatly needed to help
contribution to curr'ent Information farmers. In each section should & flight Company attennort
it was suggested that feeding floor reduce the cost of keeping farm '
i. Aeries 192728 by on this subject: study. However, a few general animals monthly dinner of the comp'Miami
of and
concrete be livestock.
provided, with a thoughts are given here. There area Friday. A
Located about four mIles south, curb and fence number of legume holiday
Wynne Ferguson so as to be able to The of crops that
'supply soil
moisture Is phere was
of Largo Plnellas county Florida feed separately the grown hogs, make good hay and we should use !
of ft.
one the decorations. George nll'ft.
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Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
a garbage-feeding ranch has been them.
shoats and pigs. This suggestion Among the good legumes
the success or failure of sided and introduced the siMumTalks
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in Since -- for hay tie
operation are
September was accepted and a small concrete soybeans.
crops. Of course, cannot were given on the w"'
: Copyright 1127 by tlolle.lr. we regu
. 1924. It was started on a com feeding floor was constructed. late the rainfall but we can help Farm labor is not to be hired at for the new year and the pr*$
a paratively email scale with a herd About a month later a visit was will and when available comes ata'
ARTICLE No. 13 to conserve moisture for a dry and development made by t'ffilpany
of grade and scrub stock hogs to made per- high
to the place and a very no- iod. Nothing price. The low price of Efjr
will determine the in 1927.
frequently happens that a player bid two spades, thus thowing'support'' be fed exclusively on garbage col. ticeable change In the condition of capacity of the soil for holding wa farm products makes it necessary .
\ has both for his bid for his suit' should that each laborer United Er
e' good help partner's partner's spade or ter more than raise a large Demand that the
and also a strong suit of his own. The he bid three diamonds? There is no vegetable matter or quantity of produce. The produce be moved from *
question then confronts him: "Shall question but that Y should first show Soitsa Fears Not Cold or Wind humus which is decayed vegetable tion per laborer can be raised In submarine Conn. to the vlck t
I help mypartner's bid or show my own support for his partner's spade bid. Y's matter. Warm winters and abundance a London t;
,, ?" that bid is B with In House of rains at large measure by the use of better Key West Fla., has been m
f suit The answer to question is of two spades overbid by Big Near Ocean Side certain seasons farm
really very simple: If your partner bids three hearts. Z and A pass and now Y result in a rapid depletion of machinery, and more of it Congressman McCllntlc of
I' a major Suit and you have good help should bid four diamonds. By this kind humus and vegetable matter in We should give attention to home, a"member of the ho
for the bid you should show supportfor of bidding he has given his partner Z our soils. We need to marketing during the year, and try ral committee.
Li his suit first before you bid your the choice of trying for game in either keep grow- to have our crops coming on the
r( if suit is also spades diamonds and thus has increased ing legumes on our lands to( sup-
own, even such a major or market at a time when they will
uit. their chances of winning.It 1 aA( Ore i
To bidsupport your own suit i first and then happens that Z'" spade bid was 77.E ";; .QCH the hogs wits> found and the owner bring good prices. Sweet pota-
I' tloemi't him based four-card was highly pleased. toes set in the field sufficient to
your partner give on a suit, so that when 16//6" .
a correct picture of your hand. On the his partner shows a bit( diamond suit After definitely determining thatIt Justify digging them and market- I Strawberry Plant! \
other hand,if you first support his hand Z should allow him to Jay the hand at r was possible to feed and raise Ing them In July when the price is
I tad then bid your own suit you have diamonds. He has grant help| for that hogs successfully on garbage when high. Of course the yield will not
'td( given him accurate information. lie suit and a sure game should result. If be as large as If tho
I plants
should know that bid of Z had for properly handled, this ranch Introduced were I
your your own however no support the diamond left to
9'.) Suit after supporting; him, is not in suit and a strong spade holding 11e purebred Hampshire stock grow until fall but the ear- I I offer choice improv
ly
"Jii tended as a denial but simply as a he should have bid fourspadea over the and from a small scrub herd developed potatoes generally bring good 11 I,
I d means of informing him of the characterof four diamonds. In bidding of this kind a herd of about 1,000 prices and more than compensates! : Klondyke Excelsior

your hand eo that the best bid of 26 you must use your common sense. Give head of good hogs which Is attractIng for the early digging.We j slonary, and all leading "Jrletles
. cards can be obtained rather than of only information that is accurate and should of course give '
attention our
f' thirteen The clever bidder{ always tries can be of help to your partner. Try to e bone at winning blue rib. children the tery best chance Prices right f fi 1j
fairs
t y i j for that result; that is}, the beet bid of remember that sound bidding should and returning good and possible '
should 10I
the combined hands of himself and his produce the best<< bid for the combined profits to the owner.: To empha- In their encourage them i quality Plants tree from j .,
partner and any method accurately hands of the partnership: the best bid te: the last statement $U,960worth club work which will help I guarnnl'.t
S obtaining that result should be encour for 26 cards- not for thirteen of hogs were marketed from to make good farmers and farm I I diseases and we .__.

i" aged. Possibly you hear the expert speak of this garbage-feeding I ranch in women out of them. In counties I sate arrival of all stock. :$

Example Hand the "squeeze" or the "double squeeze" 1028:! The ranch exhibited at the where there are agents we should I !h'
Hearts-5 without understanding what is keep in
Clubs-A. 8, 4, J Suppose for example in the play meant of a South Florida Fair at Tampa, In let them touch help with our agents and Send for price Hat todarnx\

Diamonds K. Q, J, 10, I 9>> no-trump hand, you have!! long line ol February a carload lot of purebredand us.. IT'S ntEK a
Spade..-Q. J. 7iAYlti high cards and play them Out, forcing grade Hampshire barrows av Utility companies i I
) your opponents to discard. Very frequently -' night gossiping with the old friends raging 270 pounds, srtictly gar- ahead with their are going .and worth Its weight In gOllt
he
the;'l. discards are very em finds eterywhere. j 'Dire-fed, which compared favorably development
barrassing ami at times actually force But when be enjoy hie vacations with corn-fed hogs. plans and the year of 1928 will I
I Z I one or both opponents to discard winning In his big Ions Island home he d.4! attracted much The exhibit witness many new extensions as *
cards.To force mane absolute comfort end attention as well as J.A.BAUER
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one opponent to > quiet many new plants over tile
. Heart.-10. 8. 5,2 card winning cards thus, lathe co-cai; id after the rigors of the road. For hy It was the only carload lot of fat state. Among the Improvements Judsonia Ark. .
Club*-9>> "squeeze." To force both opponents to exacting creative musical work be deJ{ barrows ever exhibited at this fair.P,11t31ERY being made ,
In
: Diamonds-A, 8, 5, 2 do so.is the so-called "double squeeze." mends saes and quiet. Big windows) Is northeast Florida Lock Box 38
Spades-A, K. 10 9 The following hand is an excellent on the wlndwerd side of the house : HIIOfLD STUDY an extension It six miles of the I
tf' No score, rubber gameerl dealt, bid one example ( the'double squeeze',' so try overlook the Bound, with tte ehill HOIL TYPES AND CROPS Southern States Power Company
Pttk and A bid two hearts. Should Y your luck with it: ocean winds. But an oO burner automatically BEST SUITED FOR THEM lines from Fernandina south to
supplies beat la silence and Amolla City. I
Problem No. ISII la eufflclee volume to defeat any .

; .. = r..1 llearta-J, 10 '. ocean gale. Hot long ago be compUmeneed nera Gainesville need better Fla.-Florida far-
,,: ... CIllbe-A. 7, 6 its Inventor. Walter W. Williams a understanding
> Diamonds4! ha a visit to the Williams Oil. ',if soil types, and their suitability Get Back the Fun of Eating!
Spad -10. 9,7 [o-Uatle factory st Bloomington m. or various crops according to
Hearts-S Addressing 700 tfosfnees men the Harold Mowry assistant horticulturist IUd
Hearts -K. 0, 2,7 | yourself of Indigestion that takes the joy out
Clube-J.S.3.2 I Y I Club.- -Q. ho, 9,4 ItAL7JItgL.itlrw same day he paid a tribute to the of the Florida Experiment of life Eat what you want and relish
ettya chief every
Di.1mond.-e I A B I Diamoll }lr Spada-Q. J. 6. S Z we think of Blnomtngton of fort. subsequent :
I I Spades-none John Philip eo'Iiarcb King,** course we connect: WIttams OllOIrfmtlo attempting to grow crops that are You CAN If you

f Hearts-6 la the wonder of the musical world with IV he said. 1 have Ju t not adapted to their soils," says ,

w .' Clubs-K, 8 ti today. At 71 be la floors .<<:Un than received a tette host lbs Bouea, :i- Mowry. Take IHrEIItBllNEthe :
1 '",I.t.{ WI" Diamonds-O. I, 10, 9, 7,6 kt 60. H e play one-night stands !stating she has m tear of the cold, He suggests also that farmers I .
t Spades-none with tots world-famous tend or Oils M Oll-O-MaUc takes care of the heat, ">ep In close touch with their pure vegetable tonlcthatb nishes Indigestion .
j' long engagement. in launensw movie tag problem for her. and I tell you It's ounty agents the and constipation and tones the whole
t%, Diamond are trumps and Z Is In the lead. How can Z play the hand co thai palaces living four or flee concerts a great relief when you an a*.y from marketing bu- Sold up system.
w M can win all of the trick against any defense? Solution in the next article. dally, and then when other people gob home to know that the women tollu eau, and other agencies which By ,
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USING spent Sunday in Jacksonville and Wlmberly and B. H. RIcks were ) '

wa accompanied home by Ills !guests Thursday of Mrs Nelson I :.Je Is i 'ivhuMo and'ildeme wits unablito IK unknown axrertiiln to nftlint tluuine -- then.West !, (Lash, iullrlet FlvlUul.iVod tN1t'.; ) runnlnir

|Lewis and familyfor daughter, Mrs. W. C. Bloodworth. .. : .. :: c.ilve. of Arts (talus fetit. thfllie South; ISlght:
Green '
at Starke.W. [ It In. thi'iefort'. ordcrfd that mild Bred: Flighty thenel
Plant Cltly Mr. Richmond Harnage and fam- non-reIsitenl: ; defvndiintH; JDfo Ke.n. Weit

rill visit Mrs Lewis'nd family of UmaUlla are visiting at M. Wimberly visited relatives / t.Ctit Zitgfdd and ca,-h of I them, above be and nnmtl are- thendxettonrl; line Klwht, 'thenpc< %I'NorihrTwn) Yet to

Mrs. Campbell the home of Mr. W. F. ilarnage.: ,' here Thursday. J s Follies StarVJU t">f'r.by complnint:|: required fhlepefnrohthe: lo I appear" to, the atvlJ bill l place Hundred, of Flighty"beginning(2110)aa) f"abovi the

[ultiwanger and fam- The Christmas program which B. H. Carter William Padgett/ V.U"- "" Sib. tiny and de- .
sI. a
'f February, A. tl. }hSf
193d nt the Court {OitiiFtED( .
ek onvllle Friday today. was carried out Sunday night by and H. B. Hudson of Jacksonville, I lloui.1.; In the (Cltv t.f gtarke.: Urad this order FUH he That I'

.i with relattvea. the B. Y. P. U. class was well attended W. A. Bowen J. Oateen and K. .'I''h:: : 8tnt of Florida I nlherf published once each
,, of the ineak'newspaper' pub
ishedvlaBrad-
Crawford and fam- Cannon of Maxvllle attended the .. sr.nlplaintgyIII he taken xrellrnn'' for, County Florida' ,
Mrs. Fonts of Fort Myers ia rU- Masonic installation of officers ifHHetl |h iy the said doremlantn. or PU: the in cn.-h tit. ANn OIU&HlEO.
holidays AT
dIng Itlng her daughter Mrs. II. II. Tuesda-. mid time' them and' who plm-e fall, the' to appear belnir at HEn In I'll' ark.... "' this (he

Lewis. n MII11 to tereei.s': a o ;:aetr Milli day" of U..mh..r 1227.
W B. Halslop and C. n. Grime and II. C. Wlmber- ,'u".1 l liml alu/eegiient
9. Mr. J. rumen In alven A. Z. ADKINI.
P. Welch and wife and
d ft Friday for Tampa, ly Jr., were buslneus visitors to e'1t'4 In the making: and recording of said! 1-e.llt-2-3 JUdge
children of Plaut City are spending Baldwin inortfrairi'. which I niortirace' \ a hen .
Thursday.
n' holidays with their over"untiee lanilx .l toTlcw
the holidays at the home of b theruln ilfmTihed In the --- .. ,
lives there Mrs J. A. Starling visited C of Hradford and Clay In J'\i'
Sio Mr. Welch's daughter, Mrs. Mar- relatives the Wtatcof Florida. i: ;

!: Norm an and family, tin Oliver. at Starke and Waldo Friday. II .IB further nnlnreil thnt this 01dir '- ..,
family at- he published, 01,1< for In the Clr"ult (Court
rJcHae and Dr
Mrs. Alice Oliver and little B. II. Ricks left Saturday for four roiiHxciitiviweekd la the Hradfnrd ty.a"'lh" Jlldl"I,1 l'lrolltt, In sad for '

!t tirlBtmas dinner given grandson! are visiting at the home his home at West Palm Beach, otter County Tvloirraph. a weekly Hraltl1I'oJ Crunty, F'lorlda. In Chancery -

h A of T K, Stokes of of J. L. Underhill. a two week's visit with relatives Urotlronl iifXVKiiiiper: Count iitillHhod}.. State I In of Florida.Htarkn, George* Heber Wellrr ,r,

e here. Done nnd ordered thin 17th day: Complainant.fendantN. 1
..
and f Oecemtier, A l>. ll>27Kl va
.
ofit cloned Friday, O44......9 ..., .. Mrs. Nelson Green and baby and Ir 1V' ttlI:HFTAN The Florldit 1"ln,1 and ""' .

t a very interesting Mrs. W. M. ?,\I.) Clerk Cln-iili; : Court Conpaoy, II 'o"I.rI\Ul1n,Immigration.t ale '.1\\.,
Wfmberly and MIst- ,
which wa carried HIGHLAND ; vNlUIJTA KNIHIIT.( Stark,.. Kl.i. .. .
:
von Freddy, were visitors here Friday >rll for (("iimplMlmintHtrriri Order of "See' .... hy Publication
lively by our teachers, '!!"". H., K. Hick*. Cor. I .9-St-2.2: To Lather I .. r,
O. E. Webb of Jacksonville Fuller Jall1. 1-McklJ Vary II1'n" 51
Edwards and Miss wit .". ; ( JJ' Rls-
*re Santa Calus ........................ tanauctlng business here TuesdayGreye's S' oat? log' gram M. ltl>.1 lnir, Vary .'
od| pupils. '" A.M. "n'SClml"r
\ ) i i' SiYouf> Voiiny and ,
interesting address Highland( Jan. e.-The Highland --- -- p v 0 Allv.' and I If dea the

Lodge of 1<'. & A. M., met I j O In Circuit Court Twenl 1 ,ludlolal I Iandlgrnnh'eaiott I ::: ;: ,,:: :::. ,' .Lith're1): dt; : ) ,

tf t'l 1'''"It. hradfonl" County, F'ull'r \;)111111N,
f is. J M. Wilcox of Tuesday and installed the follow- on o Florida., In Chancery., lee, Fuller. Sano" 1'ick- II '.
Mary I II
Slicing
I1 were visiting at the ing officers for the year of 1928 : j a one Ituby '\.Illhtt.... Mary Jane.' ltlelng: 01'1111I Young rut. HI.lnlll'A. al. .

1, McRae Friday.y F. M. Crews, W. M.. Robt. Orlflls! Complainant I tit Young and ""lohn Ai. ltlelng. : or pllher: I
VRWarriMi them,
nud t all
) y Crosby: and family Sr., Wurden W. A.Bowen" Jr., TastelessChillTone Wallace or any.I Interests I person.I" the having following

,r to Hal ford Sunday Warden K. Cannon, Sr. P, R. 1).l: I It l letendnnt. duHcrlbrd lands' .. III
ap| urlnir by affidavit ntinchedn I |1"P"rlJ'j"t| 'j{
tokes of Waldo visit- Oriole! Jr., D., J. OHteen Tyler ( the (hill: In the ,nliovn I-IUIMI., that Jlrl oYs'KevelJ'1: :: ) and iIghl l -w-t| ((8): .

'II me of H. M. McRae Miss Ethel" Ricks H. U. Rlrks unknown the resldeiee oVarinn \\allai-e 'Is 11t..k. 'IJ", Lots TV*n (1,1)1 101111 veil ,
to complainant' ; Thnt there (12) "hll'lo..n
ItI H : and II C. WImberlY, Jr., were visitors ,IN mi, |xTHiin In lh,> Stnle. of h'liirlila I fif-M'w\ *) Ito 1/ ck (1.) end of .
.
Adkins has been \ to Jacksonville known tn afTlant' ... \ Ice of proriHMuiimi L I ,r"I't A
I a a Wednesday. The Old Standard Remedy for witilil : : Itt i
uluitn
1 I hind th'I | mild l di.ffiiilant dlvinllin; 1'. the twn
1{ /g guest at the homely Messrs. L. H. Hill and KInlaw Chills and Malaria. destroys hi tills ult. I aa&jvp' lug. In plat thereon; ;,'
Crosby's through of Lawtey business visitors IT IS: TllKHKKOItIO: ) Oil nt tll':" : rter
were CNWU )
the malarial germs in the hnt the naldViirten Wnllnor do. 111)0 of HoullieiiHt: ; Quarter\ t5Ei4)! ) of

here Wednesday. :oar to' :the .:::1.lfl..i. In this Houthwest Quarter (NVVU ) of aec-
.I'1:
blood Stops the Chills and : :
prosby and family vIs- I I Mrs Gleet Cribble Mrs II. C. num., at on or l'eiiri tlon Twenty-onn (21). Township
fortifies the ; < Monday R 6th. A. P I Slv (8). Mouth Hnnira
system against | iNJ.'ell ? Twenty-two I'
c>y Sunday. Wimberly, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. tots -: allegstlone; r' (12) juasij; and

Norman and family Wimberly, Jr., little Miss Patty, Malaria and Chills.: 60c. nv ald 1 1 the bill emit will di'TiMiilanf.he token, IIH confessed. .\ ('MxW! ,' "/ the! Northwest quarter -
i Sertlon't'wenty-eight( !
I' '
---1 I I .. i It IH rut-ttinlternd" that' this nolie (:18)) Towfishli.' Six (tI) South/: Hnnge ,/ 7
b.' published. once a wuek for iTweaty-two tag ) Kn.t: described. J (,
-- four rotiHiM'iitlve weeks In Ilrndfordounty I jfolliiwH: 1 as t I y I''

for Winter Water :ro:i. MAMJPUff\ t Ti'lowrai, piihllHoixt. nttnrl | west ( '.ruler' llDRInnliir'..r the uthvroat Ht the North"j
shine City Prepares Sports '< o, VNirliln. ter (a\vV4) of Northwest. quarter t :.,
W1TNTCSS Ibo hand of t1. \V. Aldi-v- (NWti ), "MinnlMKthanra/ Bust Flva t tl
RUTH I man I'Isrk. pad tho n"nl l of thin Ilundreil UlBht (BOHJ font thence "
JETTIES
onrt, thin Ih.' 2ni day "t January? Mouth Two iriindreil' ; :
\. I), 1D28 *,'"' ; then/ Went Five Ifundrod hitworn :

r .. _M O W. AI.nKHMAN I5lnrht;: ; (nom) fe.-t to thin Section line;
... -- HKAI.! ) I Murk Circuit Court, thence North' Two t
= : ltl---1 : I llundrod Flighty
} '= __
; --
W-- ; -- J1 ;.t. L:. r. r 1. S. CIMJWH: fart to the, plarc ot bewhllllnlf; '
Hnlli"Itin I fin (" WlliUK\s./ t.
H4".O.I..III. "omnluinnnt : : the
o troll wdlf, complainant
I'flQWv ry *i adun-Mj OcrHndremy blue !la' l-n.I\I-2-a Jleorwt- llehcr Wiillor. Ivivlnir. Illiul
p I Ij
In Hi" ahoy iiiuitleil, cane,.. hlH i
i Ruth Etting, Artist and in which she may. earn :further; bill .t "'","'I'lal.Y.--fr| the
w 7S
ter
k fame." >oritnIn iliilellntr of title of the "lands here-
5y ( Actress, Finds Stagea a / liiNhove dent rlbed. and having prnv-
0 While the young actress *ho thii I'livull" Cnurl. Twonly-Slxth od for |Ir.>c'.xH nirulimt the U e-

t', Gold Mine only a short time ago left- her'' .'fiirllclnl 6 fy homo in David :4tut of Flnrlilii) In t'hunc.'ry.Ic'rgr NOW, TIIKUKKUUI-1: It U hereby
City, Nebraska, is) I IliibrrVpl| .r I ordered that eui-h' and avery of 't
enthusiastic over the stage as al,; (!'outplaHutnl.: : I. the defendnntii above namedleelghated : -
New
York .
City-Tlio stage is nnd
d.'rlll"
!
career for women she warns the| VH.die t't..lmlnll' Intere.te -
the only ono of the arts that payspay modern girl that she must bar 1"ln'I.I", l.nnlnn.1, Itiuiilin'iilIon .crihadI> In, the|. properly hniclmiuove de- f,
the landlord and the milk- 'oniiuny.| u ( iirp'iraltim" "t al., hereby ritii'ilriid to appear ;
ready to meet the demands of the > Dufondiintfii t" the ouniplulnnnt'H. bill of nnm- 4'
man as -wf>H ify! the artist's plaint, liiH ,
yearning stage. | Order for Oi-rtlc by I'lihllrntliin. In nn Hint Monday ut February A
\ r8x :for f.i.no and a creative outlet "few artistic do-i, \ Hull fi. rlenme C Ii>ii4l.. unit A. I>. 19ZD being the (llh day /
a r F of wtltl month
A Illlr.The
roe inlet
; ; 1 mend as much brain and I liliovH oiitlllnd CH.IIHH ciiiiuon ANI IT IH FCItT11BltlRLPitFD\ ..
i Ruth Etting singer dancer brawn I I triiit this order be IJllhll..h,01 In anewspapor
work. (Ihis day to bo heard upon tin I nptllfntlon -
x |
| | having; ,a general, clrcu- r'
: song writer, star in the new Zicg- ( I of cninplulnHnt fur aniirdi liitlon
"Perhaps that is tho In llradfnrd iViuiitv' Slain' of
for
reason : > of tin di r '
'felt Follies speaks with the r iiulillciilloii uwuliiMl" <- '
confidence
l'lorldii
once a week fur four (4rrnmecutlva )
tho large salaries. In my own ndiint{ Tin Florida) Land und 1minlviallori -
that comes with the w..eke, prior tn said rule
; .
Company, a rorimnitlon.Hiil \
case must bo. !

/1 contract knowledge at of hand.a four figure a week every studied song as each picture separately -i} :r fll ,II'fr'\: :: \ ":":unly return, Klorldii nf tinMhirlff that I I;',Intil I I day.VITN I5SH my hand and the seal of .
Raid Court, this the HUIh d liivof lie-
must' be clear to the audience for : ', \ t of KtiminoiiH In chann-ry" hirptuiti -
cembar, A. L>. 1D17.: f.
\ "A painter may paint masterpieces both eyes and ears. I am singing 1 JHKIII-, I In said' iitiiNit IN not and At-riT.HMAN''
musician be I it n not. bii Hervi-d, fur I thu reason t ba.ttin c"" rkWc'.1I .: '
a may a BCO'ond a waltz ballad now 'Honolulu] C'ouifFlorid
) tlU' > mill >r Kuld Tin*
I'M Rtfrentm
<> ( i
Mozart\ :: but the chances are Moon\ ; in which the composer has i, '1.1, Idit" ....".I'Hd I IminlKratlon: Ciitn- (S15AL) lIro.lror,1 I Count>: la i t A
'
A. "
C KDviioy .
J J.'y (!
great that the masterpieces winy captured the music of the sea, Minv. u pnralInn. \ lire UllknOW"I'; .'h''Ie. t II:
not be discovered until after the ,mil, I It I NO iippeurH to tin (
not the angry ominous, dashing i { MilAM\ McILVAIN13IHAM,
I Ii" Court, HO divltlinw: <<, II IH I Iheruupnni 1
", painter is buried, and the musician of turbulent waves but tho JlauntI 1 t tI aulliUni'M far Complainant. 9 ,
U.23U'l-U
may never have enough ing melody of South Sea waters / I iiuliKUJU That the defwndant 54
money to hire a hall." declares I 'IIM F'luIfdu, Land and TiikmlirratloiiI'ompnny. t

Miss\ Ettlng. "This is especially "I try to express a music that! I I a corporation/ .be and, It IN :0'1'11'< ) OK .1'1'1.1'10'1' FOItNOTTCK t '
,ii,<-it-iy 'I'e/i| to al."ar| l In the
t is the Uli'eil
the
lullaby love of ,
true when the artist happens to song an / .ihovi- mimed Court on Monday the '1'\ [ DI4tth J .

I be a woman. A career on theYstage island people, the moaning/ plaintiveness :nth I day of Februnry '\\v.llii. IU31.
v0 J If the woman'is truly tal- of the sea that surrounds, i uIi. Name I'C'liiK the ruin. ; : February : : IS linriKHV IJrVWN. That
them. 11I2H.! and then nml lhiri deend Mm. M. 10. l'Mwardi. holder I nf Tax t
l fcnted brings its reward!, both I tli. null IIIHI llnti-il iKiiliiNt, It (.'erllllonte No. Nut, 4tl Aug.,
1
monetary and artistic, while the "This is by no means easy and! ,li,>. lluoiKi( Ili'lirr ", ..II"... bring' H 1934, tins Sled mild t Illf.r..tI I In myotllco }
Lipton sponsor of the LIpton Cup races at St. Petersburg Sept. 3rd. 4th and 5th. woman Is still young enough to I worked for weeks before I got(! '" -nil foi 'llin quieting| of title ami to \ and made application for tax l
Recreation nt Sun liln where thousands nlll Clew! tills winter; I rillNouns friilll thf title of. the doed I o' Issue tlierucin lit accordance i
liar water
pier City ".port the desired effects.
that
enjoy reward. The world of [ iMiil-liilnitnt' In nod' .lo. I hilolliiw' with law.Nlid .
ilit entered In Lipton Cup race. | the theatre is a Ltnpid moving "Stage life is glorious thrillI! I IM; 'di, .HI i-'Iliod !hauls HltiuittIn liiail-. : \ i...rtlflc a
i'k. St. Petersburg: sportsman aid civic lender, who la traveling In north Interesting )Ilthtllm: world and more or less faithful inp' lucrative but fi.iil: i olirifv; l'9orllu: to-wlt I"" :: dnwrlbed. property iiltuateil. .
every: thrill\ Lots, Mi'vc-n, (7)) cud Klttlit: /< (11), In ,Ili-udford ('ulllllf. Florida' tu-wltl tl
onco it has placed the laurel : claims its quota of the I 1 I I. "II" L iik' iVn (Ile I ), Kliivi-n Ncnth half of Northw.
1. BURG rift.;This City' Yacht Club. Boats and crews have 'Ing In the St. Petersburg regal wreath oft a favorite. To a woman 1 kind of marital and often physicals III, .Twelve. ((12). Tlilrleovn (Ilii) / :North; half nf riiiuthniixl. 1 quarter, I I. j jof
who makes good on the stage endeavor. But I mill, I I" ,uu l-'i-n (14) Illock "C" ; all "i Northwxt iiarter| B"rtlun IT, I.t
' for the biggest winter been entered by yacht clubi from "Waters around the Sunahln I I.'In,.kU, 1S, F II. I .1. K. and.. 1,. '"wii.hlp 7, Mouth. ItunB- 21 mlLer. I- SI
'tye New Orleans Galve ton. Manclevllle. are Ideal for racing and pleasur C there are many profitable.. !..years /jrot at my choice! : of hi Iti! '.Ing'N Hiin-illvlxlon, lo thii town I IIHI( sores
: prelim of Its history Mobile Ponsacola,. Venice, Houston of every description" he t.e: .'..f si nkc, according In pint I I hereof' Th anHi'iinmeiit, "t said proPerty
:
mec a for thousand. of and St Petersburg. "and for those of us who enJ') e JuckHonvllIe.Cornerstone laid ''''''iiininiiig' 40 urrrx rn-in, nr !I'.... Alan Northwest; "uunrter, t (NW.of : under; tint said cefllftoMlo louad: : wa tIt G t
J. '.. FHAzmu HI""| |h"IIHI| cjunrliir (HI111If tlis. !
worshippers" who will In October the annual "Mosquito' pleasures Tampa Bay and the.C t for first unit of Trinity[' Metho(1.( ......Iu. au1'tvr., I SonthWfKt QuarlHr (HIV ) orI.!.-i.- linliiKN saidur' rttlferlestss\ be ledi.rmed f )U
here In the early fall, sail be it races 'will be held while the Mexico affords lovers of water a : \: tlon, Twunlv-onr (21) Townahlp Mix Mi-iordliiMT to law tax rtneit .-
diet Episcopal I I Church 'at )'.0 1 I lie H.dMu./roY'complainant. ; ,, the lard
(III", Hiinth Jtm.rffl' Twenty-two (22 will' t dar
first the boat 'wilt there la not anothe t xnnnriiA
i' tidar of yachting and o: power events maintain I .. ijsill.
"IliiMt: andAlen l .
at" g races beginning in take p ce In November. Speed events lIke It In America. Wa feel\ It and (Jlendale streets I I j 1./ J-u-r., 2'nat.5wi'lits :c part of the KorthweHt Qnurtir .tJ t'\'rr.l"A2.Ni: :\ day of December, ,

continuing on through for all claaaea are now ,being arranged we can Induce the yachtm ._ I O"UI':11: 1'011 1'1 111,1\1'10'\1 I (NWVi ) of Hi-ctlnn 'I'w."t A. 1>. 1927.HHAt. I I' a
right' (21)1. Townnhlp HU. '8) South, 11. W. AI.DIH\l\fAN.
for De ember January February andMarch come once that he will neve I' ifI.
St1.WNotlre ] ,
liiiniriTwi' nty-twii (ZZ> I Kant, de- Clerk of Circuit Court Knul"K'NlcTl'iT.1'10- ,
e events will bj heldd. another winter season." 1---. Jadlrinl. I i'niilIt 4th and 6th when J. II. Kerrlek, St. Petersburg sportsman At least It looks like little t. I. hureliy given that under of C'lorlilu, In ami for hraII.1' I tin. ;Noiiliwi.Ht, Corner of t h"H..uthw..t It y11.1:1-5t-I-20 L' A. Pi- t S-
the ash class will com- c d civic leader Is now In thenortb Petersburg Is going to have ig unit liy" virtue of that certain final (County In Cliuni-ery I quarter (:SW: >4) of North- : P"puty Clerk :
decree of foreclosure made and rendered I'liul IlrolherH, 'Incornoratpi ', ,.
__ ____ ________
and winter when water ar u
iiptori (5,000 gold trophy visiting yachting powerboat sports on January 2nd A. 1>. IUH corporation and I.. II 1'artildK". I e
LU! by the St. Petersburg! c be to Interest then In alter tloned. >y" honorable A. V. Idling, Judge! oi I Complainants.' I
the Idiirhtli Judicial Circuit of FlorIda 'I ?. ,i.

., -- acting for and on behalf of Jlonnrabltt A. M. May and JMrv I. flay el uN;
t -- A. Z. A ilk Inn, Judge or the I 1 Oefendant We jilt'
2(11( h, Judicial Circuit Uradford Furrt-loeure "I' ,Morlurnicr' and Otdrr can chcroo your
HRS
county. Florida who 1. disqualified' Itellef i YES 8 F ashvise Record < from New York to II!ami ct> act in that certain cause where ,, IN TIIH NAMfc) OK THIS! BTATK tK I I ,
n Bradford County Hunk, a cor- I FM>UItA. | STORAGE BATTERY In
'orntlon, In complainant, and Julian I It having been made to \ l bv e
Marks Maide i Voyage of Clyde Liner "Iroq L. Peek Clara IA Peek his wife and allldavlt filed In this above ..tyh".1. !
a(. E. HMwardM, are defendants, the cause t tt't' following defendants r (n/
underlined an Special Mauler will I named In : bill of complaint: lit I
Mail for; cash, to the highest and J l> telder. aid calm are each non-r ..ld..nt" IIr'' )
In front of the Court (louse the State of Florida, to-wit : Nleii-'
door In Btarke, Bradford County, port B. Bets, alao known a* N. i1. Smith's spjaarkeJ.
;> ; r v 'lirlrla, .m Monday "'.. ,, A. I tD. tstes! and wife I/ottle M. Fetes Garage :
/ 192X during the legal pours of ,' each reside. In Asheville. In Mints nr !
-*Rl". for this purpose .said Final Decree. the followlnw. de- wife fteulah a. Ulackwell. eiich r>. ..
r lands lying and beIng In. vide at "'tllneI.nl"ln! of tints ntI -- : -:: ,

':ludford :'..U Clay cvuntloit, t loo.15Ct I II' (Joorg-la; Kdwarcl Ulall an-l wife i -::. ----.r"a- = r
( : 'I I I I Amy l ')wl"y ulalln, each reside nt 'f .r 1
I' i'North Port, Long!: ..Iand..f II b
Df1L PhtiPEHTY: INi,
;: of New York Kdward: Ii ill II... d
niJAUFORD (C'OIJNTY. h
:C h hetAwlaUwwsteal Lots Qne Two, Threw, (Jo'I.nHltJA'j+I.r.. of North, fort Lone HtRt"l I
Stiita ut :\ 'iv Yvif. H '
"
'I Ix, Seven: and and \ ; R. DAVIS I & CO. r.a
..
I tional lots JII\tJ" Vide of the 1lrpwn. Oul "pp. CavA naro. Jumeni .
'r I above 'r7IIh1.t.:: .., all the above ,. ..'.J" t.i inan I-I IIIIL.. lid'ud
.
.
; snwllware wr I lug In Hloc-k .11", nroordlns to 1 niih' .ll ""1 wlfo Ida'
nap| or plat of Jones addition to the belt' C. I K I'lnkham.. Henry Frlml.
II WllMon
of Florida. the Wiillt-l( i': anil Wife o
wn Htarke, as "ii'r... .
I I .. In the current record | V .WIlHon. Hubert Kurhrath i INSURANCE l-
of Bradford County. Florida AIM"in Neal Fatalism and wife bell fi

undivided one-half Interest In 'C, "" mi, anil.. A. O ewhitanl, alTrulnl 1,
of
i. I the rvHtd rice
i ., -110 tJO'8Dln I iid;:: to the following In described lot sham an- unknown and. that' there otIS
id blocks located I'eekH acldltu ,
tby boat from New York toe ;! o K saruway jKIAM/ H4IlS01l.-I/Q I the Town of Mtarks. Florida, x no person In the Hint.-' of Florida whamw.wid AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 ,
of
hto nerVlce jiul>po' iia upon|
'
4 I ViW Y'O'lI(. the Northwest quarter of Northwest acid dHf.-nilantn. i.rIther I,
s TCeCH GOT Of of Hel"h.n Twenty- bind the C
I quarter of them, and that ..,.<-h of
record established by "llI'ht l (2$1. Township Six (81. Spilth bll'ved tb..
raid defendants ar- STARKE FLA.
fm rent 1' 'ff' Twenty-two (22)) Runt, TOWIT' ta r
steadily In of
Uner "Iroquola on here been growing 'over the age of twenly-imr VIJIH I
.. ,,- years. Jt 'was to mJ', e ta- I Lots: One to Thirteen Inclusive, of ., 'ticx. end that affiant niadi- dtllicintxearch ,

.. In making the trip '1.; acing, demand for more better '. .:luck 29, And all of Illocks\ HO 31 82i .Mldi'n'f and of Inquiry each if to-aid snr.defindiint.rlaln, the ____ _!:L- =;!; :;?'-:-=::;;'' .i= -===- == Itk

nbrose light New York ommodatlona that the uola" i 'd :n, and IoU ? 3 4 & 78 It 10 i ----,--- .. t the
I I"If i block 34 and lots -- ----- -- -
12 13 and 14 of -
I harbor light In a flat ..I t "Shawnea" wera dcW and anj 11
tti .> it 1 Itl of Block ir lots T M wa r.
SpeedY. liixurtoualf-nttaa: I 1 cd West, half r>f lot 10 of Hl x-k 3srnKwir.n '

-i,{ 'ce vessels offer even t'|>st ex- OF prtor-KUTr ,JNI 0ie
of reduced sailing tin Id con- I I.tVYJNTY. FMirtlUA. Lots ,
' ..14 traveler avery comfy' I I \.... Mix and HAv..n tit Klnsrcl'yI'linwn .
.d accommodations aienca h. may demand r. are a.. Cook place, In Racoon tile.n -

' J of tourist travel to Dull 0:'"s enclosed promenadiln par- ,.,' (18), Township Mix (5), Mouth. t
dancI, Iange! : Twenty-thr 1:13): Best.D. : ,
and ah I
Miamiforecast a i s. otiservatorlea e eo
ru. particularly StJN'D.-r y 19, KNIGHT
Is Lint sro ,; ..s-I ; 5 decks for the norther of the I I Hivrlat Master In Chan"eryt. I-
by Clyde -ia.I For the last halt are all st. cnnws.Hutleltor; t r UJr

r 1,, meet this expected de- ha soft beguiling co thatYork I for fomplalnant. 1
1 1-0-btfaM.ITFR's : :!
Tee new steamers bsv.'n : 1tT .,..ke nailing under the"f aoutnjrn I I (

d on New York-Florida- moon" the reallzatlo* dream
i :>OTIC'K (U.' 11.\ I..:
' Ing the coming winters 5'6. come tru. :$
th
NVI Decision to extend:
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Miami runs ot the big ,vessels Hereby noU,'. In given that under J.\CKSnS\'U.LI':, 1'1.\ : each
nd by virtue of that certain Final ,
time of the "Iroquois"en through to Havana na> mad made the s
Decree of foreclosure by
.\ llalldlnc. Phone 5-8OO-I 4Ld,
PTOWV.: 1TIW llarnet
before the announcemebltlon Probl- Judge of the Tw nty- lth JudicialI'Irculr f ,
will
run b e approxl- I I'.nnl and tanl.t llrnnU ntreel. l"h,ii* a-NNNI d
Commissioner Do.hat ape- In and for Bradford County,
: regular schedule of this
"'lor Ida, on the 2nd day of January
sister ship the 8haw- Mr e AlONDro. All clal clamps will tM plj"> the a'28 In favor of 0.... C. White

oplcal warmth and suni Florida liquor lid this\ p*. The and against VictorJ.. Humbrecht .

i sailing days away from fact that Havana atanl a convenient and Anne W. Ilumbrerht his wit., LUMBER A
salt dxfendant. The underpinned, a*
tale. and try streets ot 14 ANA oasis. Just an Jlgnt Special Master, will offer for ale M,
stream erulaaa to YV7SDAlI from tba sands ot MIa s1 provean In front of the Court Ifouae 'In I d

6___ and other southern additional stimulus n. tow Starke. Florida during the legal l""tI.. |lrlk. Mm
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.
Shingles,
be llatadl h'"n of Halo on Monday Feb. 11th. Framing HMIiitf, Sheathing Mooring Finish Rooting / '"
-rtin to prove toste.travel ..- those who visa to I Ices, to the highest. and bent. bidder I

_ authorities pre From later to summer la two day In addition to the I througnUlamlBavana for cash the following deiicrlbedproperty C'ptnmt "'a-frr. Doom, Windows, Anihnlt, "Khlnitl' Anlwntoa NhlnKltii.oj .iD, t 'lsv, b
f en n abowa averaga January tempi services* aolllnga lying and being In Bradford 5-,

tate. travel to aoutnarm tares at points iBdlcated tot are scbdulad set)jra
boa are I- York Cborlaaton and *.nvUJ. i rownablp Nortbeant The> Boathwent T,<|uorl South.r quarter IUnc of Section It East 4., I I asarrwnrltniainthMMn.aslsamisxlsrmexn!l !!! -__._,."ananwlaaaiaslls. e reilt'



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Bradford County Telegraph UIeb' aws srMl ... ...... : Satewb limit! ... tlk '; "
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[&--1Ii l- OM OTHER PENS J'r---: +rhal.t1a jail all etoattwta.. : 30 .. ...... TrtjkcnmUnc faa.e Bnn" Itnl

f-k-. Otis "ttdaal .-r. fttdla1'talf ,__. Tom Oa/tdllr, ... auT"" aIL 19as net'.a;.'. t..'l'CIIIea' -
!:: alhT ees+ aft nliemae.SisBer1SWo4 dawld .
so.als \t.
.......... WatA a- 31a F't7drast' aid nte! t1 ae 8..altI (AMs I .. tIII .....,Who wa elortrocohvt at JeationA'lntfmatsd ptrsaeets thereis \
e 3aelrxr.
_..... / with hill blot woMa< 1l.11tt
.I..oL. 'Im.1 tt rmiahar hashrtfas tile ktddshh.ba : : saloon
6e.Pwl& +CCcce x. atG ..... .. itanslrm.r7 ""wa' + tr nmMu BRa the Hattanalcauilliiaa .. 1:11: "
G1-b .,. .. aWl *.ra* ......... .She! wastld:1ae late 2.p 'a'rt let GIe fir.re :'tte "1II DJI newapapse Zos*. 'MOsretponseble they! lien ILkl" try'f !
.W W'.ate! J"r ''jq:hBrRlt. am autafete. for h1. U- .. 12IMr .
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I ------ oiUppiBa; .k. 1"_ "ruff ter'" amid the rates nomni tean '., rrLfkatcb: '!
a.xm'IIttIIt sire to tfrtrtna ttaroaajfa 'The tawwpar5 c* Z11seJMa, 'BMrbIiew if
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.. iRft' the etty AU at ifhMi di natttawi exaepttaea. ha far 'M .tilt
/- w, war 'tv fs ., It.om. o falM'tim with ,.lead eat wsettd hear sat.: .iin eautiaa" limas dries.. 'I'IIIk1IiIIt..J. '- few yaanmade Asady. ay 'it.....:.I .;.. ';'.olio

-.,. CTI( .LtYCMT. Li.01 tar,.lit ha.II m ead '..... .., -- ---17 .. ttr sad grits.a tltrw'sa.srd Hie epseda oIIIUtM t aoiuM .. tlhmat aaa- i waoaaeent. 'nitseft
} .. aaua escape of ortmteiponall ,seas -ca. .........- '
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brasga S 1t11p.tt.amle ; '
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.air..... c ..... ua FJI :,,pkls_tar a.A.-.-. ..._spa.. .ltuilft>wlJIm'aid. : ; : alp- # 1are1asBe '. tIIIICIIIIp "I"I'Wd icmrl.ts JIGB The aMBcutino .., cev.Jb and seis-I lac an M1 .I : .:_ern i

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pie.em AnnouncingSlahing
,}, air,eta ... F' Erne aatli.r Il <<,wAi ...!.,;'a.d ,. .daltLam ...ran Ja1L aae11at11.. 1:

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DIe twJI 0iIr! 4.Z--lilLi 'w+etdbli. tilt': .....I ma-- :f fI ,
I"-I. Ida 1.. tires '. eAas wt6'BktW ,
.... W 1" BIId.'Tlulr'! s .BWtloam 3IItDI aa1 :male
tI -- ji;; a ..L_" -f.IGa.i I,

""' rtier ..t.v. a dtir'.010...... toPe -&. .-u siatltwt. I'

D Mt T. Ott ill 'the-.au:. bau d---o--... ... tlhatm. .... .....: ReductionsTE
fjIJIeT.L..lfe .1-:" ttI.. .lit adc 'ta Joe aloe ta3j j 1
atCiPxi I, tore ,tralrt1arpshiltttr.. bo 1 I
1e t s/Eyif M'" le t ',1'i "'
'i .rot _Ia .a 01eae ..
the 3 Matt im 0riiaIdD "1/hr.! :.:;;Saaglr 1aa.Bw "what < HiIF! .aN '

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._ 1 WHIPPET
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y' 'De wwOh stay Jwwe !hive in the mM ware ,sill Ham'", .p- LINE
31. ....... ,6e, itttfte i oie :le1 j .
'van* iMt !it ..M..*t ubrt FitHn&i; wMb ice. i;,wbaa,..em', a lootfa:pulh-ti isells ,,
p } ..r ,1IdeD ow touch tt4Mg aWh' $ -
, = ..* la Ik* tenAtmira .
dated iiuqtttra
I.at erf+ the checks .drawn Mondaywere .a :year I \
ai Ike eaacderxtwttla6e ,
l> d-- bud fb.y were :tefuD7 rece4weL ': !Ctv Zlat Der.er"'e '
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Guio.d.ereIit ter ttitt 1w iInIt116 :trr...... b.d,. .tihe. ..uti T wI a*pllr'union fs as'alattaa 1I1J..J iii 1 In annoucing the prices Mr.
new Willys
a Mfe.e. JI1M<<. Walt :a tfl 1.Ibey ,are :more Ji..dL4. *o>r tile rurw town at >Cm' says:

: o ; art>w Jn ,slier county. Tbtth

a Stari ire fi 3aers aid good -wurk :fighters: ".the :free .. ..eke. a"TelusRr JWJrt"would Btpb 1htuka\>r larrtierzee'1.he"lawn These minot to be construed as indicating a price

4 JirN 4arinc the titter tM m "VTednesflej moaxingr rare :hu .nee 8t.A nhe cnrokefl

o- .tatV'"III.BU'&Tribune.y i I war. Th7 have been under consideration f o rseveral
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'"y" }jpFSour Ta3ni children are dead from: tetiaroB causedpowder : 1- I r'l:. :Xbtbawmywae :IBS 8antaraf

burr! Irxrm Soy pi atols received Christmas gta.a "'" Gh111"tJDfJlrti: ll.'.PD
{ _0 _B but Aeenxtfl to lie 'V11aD.Y :h-- imths and all manufacturing plans at the
}jterwrtwd to balldinctb readsThoth'
Eeteriew Chicken Thieves Under Eye tf Sheriff's cffiee.lieatfibne. .
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| *-war to flo St. Ooctor.: .epen
/Ought t. be BEe :for the chickens to CD buck home f scare .
vI :ItwoH-Badort
now. I _... I.J
4 o i: 1'h...ecucatun II of the-....1e' this preset situation in mind. The mechanical

f :New ,dance i*! 1ihtt-duck :trot' Did ;you: ever sees dock: 'been' coming litud&eMiwith: rpl a-
j.' .,. tv ,otm n4ne this .ear In
trpAT; Tampa Tr rurle Wakh a let man if yeaBrunt i. pee

J s,du k "trot. I,81artt Tampa.1 Cttr the
11 { a dtuiflrtdr rttaw-3*. E. :B.

} urnie4km Tntfb fury*Adam W&B line:feat.sad .% man jta. ..Malaya: TifiUDe e : ,. moms ago remain unchanged and experimental -

19 fall! fer i* is the world. "Wroa ei j, .\
e all tIIkt -tfcey ;atre "k ta a tbOcidt :masher\ for ,
fWiinz il.--eats f .rtt. ''I Lore .wen'i m.. e p<.or
11fAt.! eamlmtab and happy at I ekke'1'J 1 cos: have been eliminated. Sales have ex-
}foam* time Last weekben: '3Heto ,
Ittr'aElt4g "" IItDe ro91 2S, ga4r.g( ..anirf"g the;,eat a egad .ware euabint them j

t state farm r .aIDNIIIe: t wtirt of Itraiti.r, .d's rasa go gram ler :JuWe ice Wider in all tb ir hum_IteYD I If ceeded oil! original estimates, effecting savings
.ut aujrlta tSpt'JlIIe. many ettbern
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,.," : : :so woos:,
VPbrreea 1' i GaJSn jrett_ i I through creased production. t

.arieJ >"by seedex t rrewaee rah-; teras -----o.- \
fkarl M>*.p capita "of
and altt w 4 to burn the-woods .ad mng. ilredt.sl evEuta..taata pno Br Pr the stew\; *
rritarytfcruacfa
hate.weOtt a kr ge <* (!year wtth a 'biC treat: paving pro1lajriiXKL. "' *,',' "jilt".K *,', i

1)W r ten cotutlT'B capftad, ,
,!lake BntJkrr, JOB ann_ tie ure 'rri''
aiding :for serials lat ChristmaKClaus -a"U erne of .Suet i.ill piaDDinc Xo put inEitwDent...a1enreru ,ti"Mod :.,

y, t :yrincifjupatiwn d tF o.u&nWn.. And MB occuk -rand sewerae e. wayHon. ;''t\;, PRICES ;
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fur the next: tbtrtjr -daTa .... be 'watching': : for bZD col- mart. 1IIf a new YeaJ'-"J'ime&-"C' : ': \ "

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o Ti. Starke "Telecraph has beta .
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.bat *s fiaQiaway and fiac: "STanta ; \
Cttiured in in card -
Newman LuLeCSty: a of thanks expressed ,
'.ebuSa .A1.1.e curve back
her appreciate \" the sxtdert&kerB .&r Ibeirjsjuxoer sexy othging -with..car 4JJL Carlton. 1 Ii ew ,..hd'Jl \ New Price Old (Reduction

in which they took c4f my ha bandJt: JCothiny Tike put ,up a vat 'on Catt.a-'TUDJIIa, .r
a l'TrJbuaa.tiel lie a "eh&me '1.0 Toon 455.00
gietingAtattigtaetitan.. -:------- $625.00 $170.00
,fired a poor little: inn i'. o J c.hatt&Jlra..t l1 eElon Tralh.uzac Roa&.witboutrumb1eseat 485.00 625.00 140.00
''ZenJ-. iwcrd that is .'
A fcometiing to do withve&ther the '
more atttBwork: like' :that 1 l
-cnrUide 4J f Flar.id&--"Iime&-t1nicm.' The Breather Road-, with rumble seat 525.00
695
ed J alie. bak'rha: pent one cat : almost preyed cue one a HUT tia week Wait tip JSmImet'1 9E.emus vltncnmt to iaB .and fbMI41Jim

lo jiaft a jt&racrapli: Mitt that U$4t for t rettinto Q.a JItItW- --------------- 535.00( 62S.0 90.00
: *uwji 3u perjorr>> dl&rce.m 1
0S .pre the sew is beck *n eomethba&j Coadb ____
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-------- 535.00625.0'' 90.00
One .FJ .rillapaper. &. jy the TtroUiuon asks if azigels .c a yeAefltaJ 1 Then same atff
I
I are bol, head L To wiadb: tsbe Tiae 4Jcian asks if yon crer'j,:'....,,11:. ntb oa ..that&wncliwia 14et11&1.keep ea.-4bacpsrte ; ."- Cabot Coupe -----___:__ 545.00 745.00 200.00

tavr the picture of one. In Dt!ray Beach you can see the ragtnaln. -,.burg : i -- Sedan. I
ShaH hav : -1 Ootnmeada1..o --- --- 585.00 140.00
ve a picture taken and read to yarn? I 725.0
Defray Btsach Dee' N 14 :h.. bees .ac&:811Ut4 that an: ;:
kper. s end the or zi 1.bP 1
of tJpara pb avbe etpert;i .
!its ahead: the GainemrBleJauua.rr ahtMSgj! .1 !
i DoWJI taie paper tuid ef a truekbeyngvrerturned when'' lOlb.< wear straw: hat*. la ,

,., V it ran over a tramp sauced ky 1 .a lAs sweet potato in the ground. it I(1itawmy they c.* be Idahe4J With this prionove the \\1b.ppetdeflnltelyentersintoacompara-

t : A Bradford cwtnty farmer: had to move w barn in order to ''!rams Tlrittn 'bf.ootl4ll! _,- aTa.i i
data Timoa. And tbeta
bo8tlecCIlll'llf
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p excavate. a 'tater; in one )ai -Bradford Cciauty: Telegraph : .k ...C .oH
u. Jiubt them'* emfl 'taterB. Bight liar a in PASCO county a farmer ,treaty IJiD.pIIf.lto4.--oca.1a: Star. i
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du.z> a wbole tea acre :field trying to get a """tirijeiimae" i,i The lieiertwc?Oozunerda_ Aafl7li 1 .. been occupier any other car. In each detail material and product -

tautwhat and then had to buy an jetdjaloLag fire acre field ; a vico crack credJtefl: to the)
WHl-s-trland
from has Deighbor Wore he could do it--Dad City Banner. ';: vb-41mJt1e4_ I ass gates fad J'l.EiaY.te 1.essbnrg b_. j stands on an equal basis \\ith any manufacturer I

Thafc quite true because that Battle Pafcco county: : 'later vac I j -She- --elect a th Te. wa in the fi The ;
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',:1.' stored in the barn -we're ttc1kh g about.Gatavtne i,tog a.e eat plays U eB-fi .t Whippet is a proved proluct, with 150,000 ,
C'I'-I'
adi puny IB the Ftrm n's
.. j I sad *2almXtbe.: .- cad : already in sert* and with an outstanding recap for satisfaction
;
t mEK&.L I'OB rota for Glower CleSlan4.-'TN'-'
XLIOt
? Kra. M. r. CTDooaH 4IIf Jaekaoar .
I"LIJUJiG: AT...IJr.1fl 1 ... Joha c. nemltc. ef Stark j':'p an 8prlrg. L t .&'t. Sj&ea m1l..j afforded owns ;
M1.ea 1d k.li es3 urg CasaterWfiam
l Dee.L 1! t. J and Earn.JT: nemiac or .......-:,cial.

T. nentiac. tenc a reddest ""fAladtva 0I -1
: i sweaty dyed at leer koa Mr*. r miar war VI year of I Edwardwho Hfetmaa o
i'f fa Arcbe ,.,...ft.r aorfitcx aadva air at the time tit leer death, add Las lit eJee tint kidnapped t
:r kvrtod dUte *tt ra'o at .ref :and the fcEJed sad UraMaabereit
f.\i\ 8... :X.o...... jiartor '" tenses Catarrh.f ArcSker eoadartbdUto Alaclifta comity -wtiere abea. t r _t sea T o.& Mr. nemlnfwa widely ln.wt a> a CkrieUaa "... i Oreroa: sal takta back to LN'He. Q gley & Davis
*a member.t Ike yreaVyterUaetareX aa add a c.b1U'dl..wk.... Angela. ba oocf eMtxt Oxrtma.
I' H. !. badlr tn need .1 a
brlaf fcsuomo a tier Lart.w "
"E vert.nr's Stars"a1 !
.,that 4e ionilaatioa la Kicnocyri .Wert rata street George B.em_Jury and. a ea.rDarrow -
r ills YVnln wao born la October Zalf.anComtraet let opens 101' IJaI:14-: i : attor&rjN- Tata Beacki STARKE
iadeptwdent Wmys-IMghts-Whippets
till. at Xd gmnald. SoittaCaroJDUia. : I FLORIDA
me Baptbtt jpmmaMf .CBCKU !natl.fetwLGaatryct : ...j. .
j;c ) later marts. to Kieaaopr. let tor rtes-n a--: ""
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and after tha to Areberwbere trial sal pinahtaa work; at cocaBavea I I .f' .
4 day that laAkw kooovtt: %. flowCTB '--) ; : '"
atke aaa ace reMOod. .
tT aoortonea "
j i near the top department. worM > ,. ,
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; Oa %or. .r. 1171 >bo wai anartanto Wf1Ltar --Eloetrle .. '
/ power oooa }ala the market bare. Ou ;
ne4 to la a Tne area 1110'"TIT mm '
g jdaat bMUUotf: */ W1zieraa.ea I ojntnioa to Cat Jt woald bars beea :
bar .. ,dllt ctfdreat J"J&ab.c 14m. I I
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r ..- through Jasper every. yea ..--Jasper era! other
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I welcome sign over the roads enter-

i: 1 Bradford County Telegraph FROM PENS :ing their gates and then allow News. o' looks like the""imen" dalll,.

OTHER their marshals to pull all strangers Tampa have
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to Tri- somE ,
According
ESTABLISHED 1879 111:11:;
making over "fifteen per." Maybe all. Tho now,'rap6tJ I
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(1\' \ / bune, Tom Costello the murderer,
____ .. t.. _____ __ _..'--_, ,_ I. that's why strangers are welcome. who was electrocuted'at Raiford, they should b( IIUt, !1
t' Second Class '
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:"' Published Weekly on Fridays -Times-Union, Jasper the gate- protests there ?"ak"t't
\t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Btarwberry gravers at Lawtey of rubber boots for the way to Florida over the National intimated with his last words that Is voiced In 'lIclr l',,
Starke predicted they wouldbe extra long legs and | the "damn newspaper men," were they can abolish ""
K. S. Matthews\ ______________________Owner and Publisher and shipping this li&clous fruit be- go until the rainy ladleSih highway, cautions all autolets' io responsible for his punishment.The If they tight it eimeti'pat I"

!( .-. _______Managing Editor exercise care In driving throughthe newspapers of Florida, with Palm Beach tn .
J. C. Robinson_______________ ___ fore Chlffitmus. Their predictionscame because flowers on <|(p! adoJackaonvilll
., have for the last
pa.s.-TlmUnlon. ered with mud would city. All of them do not heed few exceptions .
to pretty, matters not how flnlr the caution. Some drive recklessly few years made steady and vigorous "ia..H: :, |
; SUBSCRIPTION HALE Live of flyeranad! remind us we what lady wears them.-Dlonega and quite a few exceed the speed protest against the almost con- provement COD1Plet. '
in Advance dare the ocean's Crime and de- (Ga.) Nuggett. :: limit, but strangers are never stant escape of criminals from the Leesburgontr" ,iutruction
Six Months, 75c--Payable can '
Yearly, $1.50; leave behind us little rip- "pulled" here. More than a hun- I penalty their evil deeds merited. I'' ot n Oero'E: 'j
?' ,'" Advertising hates on Application parting Her Some. towns have a glitter'; I dred thousand .tourists pass The execution of Costello and sev- :(Inn on Main sir-.t *
plea for a time.-Spartanburg '
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; Light refreshments make up an illuminating repast. One 1927 model auto tag and

t A 0 geverui lined calendars with pictures ,
$ '
f g We recommend a pension for all busted newspaper n. and advertising matter as
,...t, .
., good as new.-P.. E. B. in Tampa
S' "r ';"ti;" I 0 Tribune. ,
r "-d. Better to be safe than sorry-have your chimneys.looked ----o- .
t 1i.. One Starke man shipped over
e ,..',.<.' .' over. 3,000 pounds of pecans by mall
.,v ". \ 0 durlng,1927. And some people will
.1 ) '. Do you know Florida? Name counties starting with the tell you that the pecan In mainlya nnounClng'Slahing
shade tree.-Times-Union.
letter "B.
.., i --
0 The time has come when a hus-
aS The University City is preparing to extend the glad. hand' band buys a nice handkerchiefand
It his wife likes it she will
to the paRAGraphers next Tuesday.o take It away from him and make

her a dres .Dahlonegtv' (Oa.)

,f Wonder why a chicken crosses the road?Tallahassee.. Nugget.
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Democrat. To get in the car. ( Reductions
Daily
,, Some of the old timers say the ,
o year 1928.. going to be one of

"c: The Tallahassee Democrat says Al Smith did, not attend the best farming years in Florida's, .
history. And name of those old
'
the Klan gathering in Orlando Monday.The .- timers really know what they are

o talking about.-Times-Union, 1'
-- '---0- tiE WHIPPET LINE
south may have shivered in the cold wave of this :
The reason the little hole left
week but it didn't sheet Florida with Ice when you have a tooth pulled feels .

wI o so: large when you touch it with\ .../ _
\
Most of the checks drawn Monday were dated a year your tongue Is the natural!: tendency .,. .
of the tongue to exaggerate. \ ,,'
0u tt behind-but they were gratefully received. -Dade City Banner. '

1 -e___ ___. .
o
'r, '' 1 1lr Gainesville claims:credit for staging the first wreck with "The city with a pull"! Is sug-

slogan KGBted for.by the the new Times-Union town of Cork-as a In anno [sing the new prices Mr. Willys says: ,

plentiful..ire screw ,IA Collier county. The
the three starke'Telegraph thinks "the twnwith / These ai not to be construed
a past" would be better. No as indicating a price
l, fires during the bitter cold of Wednesday morning. one has suggested "the crooked

o. city." -Tampa Tribune. Th have been under
4 war. consideration for
,, :-Four? ;;: Tampa children are dead from tetanus caused by Dr. Hathawa. Sanford .

.powder burns from toy pistols received as Christmas gifts. Thursday. He didn't mention/poli/ -
jr : 0ii tics but seemed to be vitally Interested several l nths and all manufacturing plans at the
roads." That'sthe
in building
& Belleview Chicken Thieves Under Eye of Sheriff's office,
r' do
\ way to it, doctor. Keep on
headline., Ought to be safe for the chickens to go back home care building of Itself.roads.-Santord Politics will Herald.take Willys-.C rland factories have been made with

-now.

"The educators-I'of the state have this t situation in mind. The mechanical
k New dance is the'"duck trot." Did you ever see a duck been coming business with, pleasure pres

q trot? Tribune. Watch fat if want to by convening this Tear In .
-Tampa a man you see
t Tampa'' the, trick linotype of, the /
f the
t a duck trot Plant City Courier made it. They principle Whippet, established some eighteen -

.. 0 md a dandruff' time.-P. E. B.,

Dunnellon Truth says Adam was the first and only\ man In.Tampa---o Tribune-:- mon s ago remain unchanged a n d experimental -

to fall for the only girl in the world Wrong-they are still *It Is a difficult matter for the

falling in-and out. Lord L even to make the ppor peo-
o pIe comfortable and happy at the t cc ;s have been eliminated. Smiles have ex-
same time. Last week when He
Surfacing of state road 28, grading and surfacing the sent a cold wave enabling them '
hw'd, state farm road make up.part. of Bradford's road program for to have Ice water in all their homes ceeded original estimates effecting savings i

1928. .' with out any expense, many of ,
-r- them had no wood.-Dahlonega .
o < (Ga.) Nuggett. through reasedproduction.

Fires started by section crews on railway right-o ways .- o ,. I. .
Starke, progressive capital of .
and allowed to burn unchecked
through the woods adjoining i ,
r Bradford county, starts off the new .) .
'
'
: have swept a large territory south, of Starke. year with a big street paving pro- II '}...
0i gram. Union county's capital, ... ...
Lake Butler, just across the way, '
*
i Watching for aerials last Christmas was> one of Santa Is planning to put In waterworks IfIt' :..>< ; '' :

'' Glaus' principal occupations.-Times-Union. And his occu- and sewerage. Excellent way to PRICES .. :-.>'V ,!''

col"lectors. start oft a new year.-Tlmes-Un- ..... "" I,.'. .' r
"
Ion. \ :V :
,.-0-----' \ '-
4 "it o_ The Starke Telegraph has bet a I 4
Colored woman in Lake City in a card of thanks expressed hat on Hathaway and the, Wau- ...; t '. Y
jchula Advocate has back Mod
her appreciation to the undertakers "for their very obliging with a car on Carlton. Now come,who'll :f \\ New Price Old (Reduction

,,, manner In which they took off my husband.:? Nothing like put up a cat on CattsT-Tampa ....

k v giving satisfaction. i Tribune. 'Twould be a shame to Tour; ...."' --------------$455.00 $625.00 $170.00
treat a poor little Innocent cat
+ 3 ,.0 I thattaway.-Dunnellon Truth. : ", Road without rumble
seat 485.00
J' 1 "Zero" is a word that has something to do with the : 625.00 140.00

weather-Outside: of I<'lorida.-Times-Uni n. The, weather of Some Judge more Shok stiff who work sent one like of that the \ ) Road ,,with rumble seat :_ 525.00 695.oJ 170.00

I almost proved some one a liar this week. Wait until summer Remus witnesses to jail and fined

U, to pull a paragraph like that, him $260 for getting up a petitionto Coup ---______ _____ 535.00 625.00 90.00 .
i quash: his perjury charge, will ,

---o put the courts back on somethingof Coac- ----___________ 535.00 625.00
One Florida.paper, says the Times-Ui.on{ ', asks if angels pedestal.. Then .some stiff! : ; 90.00

; are bob-headed. To which the Times-Union asks if you ever I'courts backs on the that bench will keep Leea-the ..- Cabri Coupe ---_____:1: 545.00 745.00 200.00
on pedestal.-
/ saw the picture of one. In Delray Beach you can see the or burg Commercial. ,": -- Seda ( ..E

iginals. Shall we have picture : -- 585.00
a taken and send to you? | O"--- ---------- 725.08 140.00

'f Delray Beach Developer., No; send the original. It has been suggested that all I
of the paragraphers who expectto '\ .
ryl + -0.- attend the Gainesville shindig, .
I-( Down state paper told of a truck being overturned when January 10th, wear straw hats. In J I

,. it ran over a bump caused by a big sweet potato in,the ground. this way they can be distinguished With this pridnove the Whippet

A Bradford county farmer had to move his barn in order to from visiting bootleggers.-Sara-' definitely enters into a comparative -
sota Times. And the
_ .!,,'7.' excavate 'tater in one piece.Bradford County Telegraph. of soliciting trade bootleggers'task would be price posi in the low priced field which las never before

Huh I them's small 'taters. Right here in Pasco county a farmer greatly; simplified.-Ocala Star.

_d, I 'dug a whole ten acre field trying to get a "twljohnnie" The Leesburg 0-Commercial daily been occupie any other car. In each detail ofmaterial and pro-

\ out whole, and then had to buy an adjoining five acre field has a wise crack credited to the
duct:
i from his neighbor before he could do it.-Dade City Banner.That's "dimpled galley girl." Saw her 'Villys- rland stands on an equal basis \tith manufacturer -
'
when I was last In Leesburg. any
quite true because that same Pasco county 'tater was "She" needed a shave, was chew- in the -f-JJ '. The

,':'.; ,stored in the barn we're talking about. ing ach fine pump cut In, plays the Fireman's then-flat'stem-band < Whippet is a proved pro/uct J / with 150,000 ,

i. ...." and claims she," cast "her"* first already in.sen e and with an
p} s\1 ;." -'..FUNERAL FOR M.S. JOHN T. Mrs. !M. F. O'Donald of Jackson- vote for Grover Cleveland..--Tar- outstanding record? for satisfaction
FLEMING: AT ARCIIKR: pon Springs Leader. Jlgga must've afforded owne \ .
ville, John C. Fleming of Starke ,
_
:::T !? .1 '. Gainesville-Dec.:2 9.-Mrs. J. and Sam."1'. Fleming of Oalnesvllle been. plcked.-Leesburc Commercial. 0\ / .

\ T. Fleming, long a resident of \ -a
Alachua county died at her homer Mrs. Fleming was 81 years of William Edward Hickman of i

: In. Archer Tuesday morning and age at the time of her death, and Los Angeles, who first kidnapped) I
,S and then killed and dismemberedlittle ,
was burled this afternoon at 2SO:
V: ,:Kev. Sneed pastor of the Preaby.; moat of her life has been spent Marian rarker of the same .
J .."'. terlaa Church of Archer conducted In Alachun\ connty'where shu was city a few days ago, was capturedIn y
.At";...,'.", the services. Mrs. Flemingwas I widely known as a Christian woman Oregon and taken back to Los Qgley & DavisSTARKE
: I a member of the Presbyterian and a church worker. Angeles. He has confessed the
church having. become a member Bartow e'Everybody's crime. He is badly in need of a
Store"on
ot that denomination la Mlcanopy. West Main street opens. George Remus Jury and a Clarence
t Mrs. Fleming was born In Oc- Madison-Contract let for build Darrow attorney.-Palm Beach

I I,,.. tober. 1848, at Ed< -o--
; Carolina later moving to MlcaZ ,
-
--Contract let for electrical A merchant informed the oth- Ka,c. .
,--Z// nopy and after tha to Archer and us. I ,.,. I
t .+ plumbing work at ..
county er day that ladies hose with flow I '.''T'J' .
.
h a where she has since resided. 'poorhouse. 'e. _
ers near the top department, would .
;.I't I On NOT.-2, 1871 she was married Winter Haven-Electric powermill soon be on the market here. Our '.',' J \
,,. to John T. Fleming; who survives plant Installed by Winter
opinion Is that It would have been
her as do three children: Haven Planing Mill.
best to order a sufficient supply)



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