Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1877 Sub3cription For Year, $1.50; Sx Months 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher

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I: fe Unveiled On January 18th TOACCEPT Finishing-Touches CANDIDATES TO 1927 ARE $727,851.318 ;{

touches to the -
Finishing new :
en. C. P. SuminiTolI, Chle I ItfltAtI' I grade ot state rood :3-8 are being I 1" I; Ilrmlfonl County Sliovrm 0la.-
and Gov. School Consolidation Florida Road l rro'''H' <> Over 10:1of: I Ap
U. H. Army A 1fitntngra
Florltlu OoiiKrenmuaii Details < added from the Clay county line "" "'IIN"N of CutiiiuiiKn. liirron;'HBy 1
artln Will Be Present.Darberue to ('OIlVe'lIt Ion Art of LrKttlnur. >. nIX ImRte'l)' V2OO.OOO.AsHoased : .
lUg and Meeting City OlTprw.By I. near Keystone li&lghts and work Department To r'S
Stailte. valuations in the state '
Flreworkp.ie I I tug toward Practical; Regardless of the outcome of
Held On Friday ROBERT M. GATES '' five miles of the grade! from Key the Florida primary next June Meet Jan. 19th of '.'lorIJa for 1927, amounted to

City, Fla., Jan. 9.-A big| Washington, Jan. 7.-Representative stone Heights south has been completed candidates for the various olttco $727,821,318 slightly under those

lot' special Interest and 1m j At a meetln-bid Friday at the R. A. Green 6f the second and ready' for hard surfacIng .: to be affected by the nomination 1"lr"t HoHNlon .->f Now Ynr Will lie of tho previous year which t

ce for all ot the state and of courthouse, trustees of Hellbronn Florida district today conferred i after the period of settling will ment find from more their freedom pocketbooks of move In aoauatnttng Hold at THlliihiiNm' > amounted to $780,054,528, figures

|Florida, will be held here 61sday n Springs Vanderbilt, Rising and : with .Chairman. Clem Shaver and The embankment, leading up to the the voter ot their can mnde public by Comptroller'
January 18 on which others high in the Democratic party bridge passing Qer the Southern dldacles. Tallahassee>, Jau. T.--Announcement Ernest Amos IIhow.Twentyelllht .

the monument erected rein ,Kelly schools met with County urging the designation of Miami railway ia abdut three-fourth'' The legislature of 1927 amended was made today by Dr. Fona counties of the
memory to the Confedgoldlers Superintendent Wiggins and laid all the convention city for complete. Driving\ ot the piling 01 the
the law of
the chairman
on expenditures of can A. Hathaway,
who fell at the battle I side of track state showed an increase In valuations
plains for a consolidation of their 1928. one fhaj was c i dldatea to allow them to
tjstee, will be unveiled. I schools. This consolidation will I'I lla stressed the fact that Florida pleted Tuesday {and the contractor considerably more on their span cam State Rond Department, that the for 1927 aa compared with

celebration is for all ot the mean a junior high school with ap I la easily within three-fourthataol expects to turn over the completed palgna than had been tha cast for regular quarterly mooting ot the 1926, and others decreases. Those
:and North Florida as well as proximately 200 students later developing i la easily within twenty-four hours bridge February 1st. Thl a number years.WitOU' department will lie held at TallahuHsoe enjoying Inereantw Included Ala

ke City and Columbia count; Into a senior high school reach of three-fourth of the population I II bridge will be the highest driveway > InrrvatutAa Thursday, January 19. chua. Bradford, Cltrua. Clay. Collier

frill be the biggest thing otid j The advantages of a consolidation of the United Stated. ; that I In Bradford county, it being In11lortant' mat lera will engage Columbia Duval. Frahklla
ever held In the state. Th of a number of small one and !I railroad transportation la more 184 feet abouve tea level, an Illustration candidates tor Gadaden. Hlllaborough, Jefferson
for erecting the monument ;I than other The road the United Stat a senate and tor the attention of the department at
} two-teacher into one junior high rapid to Florida to any I remaining bridges on :Leon Levy !Madison, Manatee.Marlon .
Appropriated by the last Flor (school Superintendent Wiggins section oi the country; that while 28 are expected to bo complete the governorship prior to logla thin meeting, the chairman declared. !Martin, Nassau. Orange.

'legislature with Sen. W. W.(stated are: Miami ia the roost Southern city of within this1* month, and culvert latlve session of .927. were kept It being the first meeting Paaco, Polk, Putnam St. Johns.Semlnole .
fps of Lake City, Sen. W. Ces 1. More competent teachers. 'Its size in the most Southern state have been placed in position for; to $4000 as tlielr total expend 1tureR. 1- of the year and there will bo prepared Sumter Siiwanneo, Union .
ot Tallahassee and R. Wbll I 1 2. Unified curriculum. of the Union it la still as close to lateral road ,..connections. The The amendment juot writ and presented a tentative and Wnkulla.

representative of Colum I 3. Credit for work recognized i the Far West aa San Francisco longest straight stretch o i n ten Into the statute books permit budget ot the maintenance and The moat notable Increases were
jiunty In the legislature as i iJttee a when students transfer to other ',and other Western cities are to the this road runs north of the South them to spend aa much aa $15,- roiiHtruUion work of the department In Duval county which showed a.

to erect the shaft. 'schools or enter colege. East. I ern railway for a distance, of'sevei 000. Porportionate Increase for 19 2 8. He called attention raise of $5,017,812 In the assessed
distinguished men who will 4. Student activities with resultant I Also that Miami has some three miles. were allowed for the other offluera to the fact that thereafter under valuation: Ittllsborough county

resent on that day would pride in school by the etu score of the most magnificent hotels I Following ara the exptndlture the budget law a public honr- with $2,314.592 and Polk with
make the event notable, but dents. 1 I III the world which will offer Earl 1 Hawk ShowToOpenAtGaiet alowed now aa a result ot the Ing on this proponed) budget must $3,141,599.Outstanding.
are other features of out i 6. Makes grade system pos reasonable rates during this season amendment, and those permitted lie held at a place to be selected decreases were in
Jng Interest. MaJ-Gen. Chas sible. i iI of the year; ,that Miami offers previous to that time: by the department and at a time Dade county, with a drop ot $41*

nmerall, chief of staff of the I. Gives pupils a high school all other uecogaary accommodations ; } Other state administrative; of not less than flttteen nor more 218.883; Monroe, $3.835.753;
j'Army, who wa-> born in Col i education In a school directly for such a convention, including flees $II 000 and $2500; ''congrells- than sixty days nftt the January Palm Ileac 4,118,200. ( ; Pinellas.

county will be the guest oity responsible to the community in an enormous bid in, mon The Earl Ha< rk Co., opening i a man $4000 and $2000; railroad meeting. :Meantime, under the provisions $1,722.786; Sarasota, $1,328.721,

,county and section on thaid which pupils reside. ey; that Miami situated as It la, on six-day engaged ent at the Gaiety: commissioner, adjutant len.ral. of the Rume law, the pro- and VoluHla, with 6981189.
Governor John H. Maf The Woodlawn school la expected ,,the Boutheastermost point of the Theatre Monday, Is one ot the old state riiemlst. state auditor asslataat potted budget la published once In County Valuation
11 deliver an address while unusually I beat known, companies state auditor and Justice circulation the entire
to join In this consolidation atan penlruular experiences aa est and a newspaper of general The net decrease for
,i notable officials and citizen early date and with this school pleasant and temperate weather playing the South. Reports Iron of the supreme court $4000 and In each ot the cities ot Pens cola. state was J58.243.210.(

pe present. Enough beef and coming In, Bradford county will I during the summer' season of Wllllston 'wheri' the Hawk Com $2000. Jacksonville Tampa Orlando and For 1927 valuations for Brad

111 be barbecued to take car have only two ot the old type rural the ,year, ,and, that Florida posses- pany have just IIlulshed a 9-day; County InN'aIW' Miami.. At the meeting on January ford county were given at $2,803...
i throngs expected. The Unlot schools left in the county. I sea a moat hospitable and democratic run, also from Crystal River when State attorney, $1200 and $60 10th, the department will flx: 890. an increase of $190,420 over
'1' Florida band ot 75 piece Supt. Wiggins has worked tor I' : people who will in e..ery.way. (hey played a '-dIlY engagement circuit judge, $1200 and $600( : the time and place ot holding this 1926.
be here from Gainesville tft < In consolidating the rendar Miami,the proper place for at the Arcade music for the day and that school several over years the county and the advantage' ,! the convention I that they ''havi the cleanest and $200; representative In the The chairman also declared that ........................

.a huge fireworks program of a smaller number of Representative! Green further beat show that baa ever played that lature $400 and $200; () legis-I at the quarterly meeting the members WOODLAWN !
i carried out. The first part schols better longer schools state* that Miami's appropriateness slonal district delegates to the will take action on the bids i

program will reproduce as terms ia already apparent to the for a convention city nas recently city.The opening play .Monday. "Thi tonal convention, for for road and bridge construction ......................+:
possible the artillery bom citizens residing In sections enjoying been recognized by the Benevolent Straight Road" ia a 4-act corned; the national executive commute which will be received January 10, Mr. and Mra. L. H. Denmark
lent and sounds of a great consolidation and Protective Order of drama which comedy predominates and presidential! electors, $lOO( and will then award the contracts: spent the week-end with relatives

The attractions of the day; On the consolidation of the the Elks, which will hold Its 1928 ; high class vaudeville numbora and $500.For therefor. It Is estimated that those In Jacksonville.Rev. .
bvening will be worth going schools named above Mr. Wiggins convention in that city, and also between acta and a four-pleci county officers In counties contracts will aggregate approximately I Godwin pt Jacksonville.
|to see., baa expended the consider by bq! Shrlners of North America, feature orchestra that has been the of 40,000 and over $1500( and $2,7 O.000. The cUalrman filled his regular appointment at

i battle of Olustee was'tough ,able effort--to make' possible such IWh .wf1I'hold their imperial council talk of every cft: Tlldte4.: .. Popular! $750; county officer: In couiulos of In concluding his statement said Hellbronn church Saturday and
(the town of Olustee In Bake: consolidation without incurring Indebtedness In that city In 1928. I prices. 26, cents for\' children and 20,000 and less than 30,000, $&00 that he believed thut tho assurance ;Sunday

on February 20, 1864, bj of the general fund of He stated that he could think of 60 cents for adults wfll prevail and $450 ; county Ulcers In conn that inn department Is continuing Mrs. Carrie Smith In vlaltlug at

Itt's and Harrison's brigades the county, and he is deserving otpraise no other city which would)in any throughout the engagement, will ties with less than 20,000 population and wilt continue Its program( !: of the home of her aon Colnon Smith ifo!

ie Confederate army .undei for this definite advance in way" be more acceptable than 110 seats reserved. $800 and $400; the latex road c'olllll.ructoll! unabated will be in Jack unvllle.I .
mmand of Gen. Finegan and education in Bradford would Miami and further stated., federal or state census ,to deter gratifying news to the people of Mlasea Lillian Browning and
|al regiments front Massatta county.promoting; that from the response of those' 709 QUARTS NET mine the population of a county; I the tate. I Pebble Phillips were shopping la Irmiusy

and Connecticut, and neDopa with whom he conferred that he members of state executive (com "There will bo no let up." sala! Starke Saturday.Mr. .

under command olSeymour. I RISING I I feels that Miami's chance for the I r GROWER $758.11 mlttee and members of the con he, "Anil the reception! ot bids on I and Mrs. Roncoe Sapp ot 1
The federal force: gresslonal executive committee of In due
I:convention Is unusually good.. Jan. 10th, will be followed I Miami, are the guests ot Mra.
overwhelmingly defeated and Rising Jan. 13.-Mrs. Reba any pollticlal party, $200 anil $100 by advertisements of other 'Sapp'a parents Mr. and Mrs. S, It.Thompson. .
ned heavy losses.Confederate Tlllman and baby ot Tampa, are !. ........................1 I J. It. Moore, on of the leading and members of the 'county exe course bids and the program ot the department .

soldiers who visiting at the home of her parents, ':: GRAHAM :; strawberry men ot the Lawtej cutlve committee of any polltlclu during 1028 will lie I Miss Juaiilta Browning spent
lain In the action and those Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hatslop. I section brought to the Telegraph party $100 and $50. pushed with the same vigor whichcharacterized last week In Ralford the guest other
after # (Mrs. A. W. Britt Cor.) .1 .
(led from wounds soon Lee
Messrs. Arthur McRae and office Saturday tha returns from its worn uurmg sister Mrs Arthur Crews.TIll'MTIiKH .
ere burled in Oafclawn cem- Haltlwanger were business visitors .....-................... three shipments of strawberries 1927."
[In Lake City, and aome of the to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. I Graham. Jan 13.-Uev. Woods made during the holidays. The I l rnT-
al dead were also interred Elery Hutchinson was a tilled\ bis regular appointment here drat shipment of two 8()-Quart .........................

It was the most import dinner guest at the home of Mr. Sunday night. I freezers, $334.08. and the third 4JOCAL.' The Board of Bond Trustees of

ittle oa Florida poll and the II. L. Haltiwanger Sunday. i Mr*. ReaD Roberta and daughter shipment of two 80s and one of 69 : BROOKER1MU .1: Bradford couoty. .Ellet January 3,
|lgn was begun by Federal The many friends ot Mrs. Annie I0O1&J, baa returned home Quarts, brought $246.19. The .. I>ol* G.lne r. Cor. In regular HOBHOU! with all members

I Glllmore partly on account Cunningham Stobo were grieved to Cront spending the holidays in 709 quarts after all expenses were Martine Williams of ValdoataOa. ........................ present.
i fact that Columpla} Alachua learn ot her death, which occurred ram pa. with friends and relatives.Mr. deducted brought a total ot pent several days ot this Itrooker, Jan. 13.-Mra.\ 11. W. Minutes of the last mooting were

larlon counties and other Saurday a 5 o'clock, while returnIng Arthur Drown and $758.11, or $l.u7 a. quart. week In Starke the guest of Aubrey Ilrannen of Lake Butter spent read and approved.
territory were supplying the home from town. 'ters, Thelma. and Edith daugh-I'I the week-end hero with her parents R. W. Surrency agreed to mova illetI
derate armies with a large Mrs. Stobo was born In Paisley Keney" Padgett were shopping In ...*..........>*.*........ Penney, -- Mr. and Mrs. II. P. flalnoy. barns, fences etc., from right of:

in ot their beet and meat Scotland In the year 1860. She Starke Monday, I!' HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs.[ W. T. Kllgore/ ol Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughters way where same crossed his propnrty -*
unveiling committee the ,came with her husband to Canada I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huff'of Jack- Charlotte, N. C., and Mr. and Mra Florence and Btellamae were shopping on road from Graham to Dyal
and all ot Its Minn'Ada NI__.. Cor. lant.Mrs. to be $200.00.: ( (
of Lake the price
City Saturday
about the year 1907( remaining son l1le, were business. visitors F. W. Damon ot Cocraln, Masa.. / In Starke Bridge,
II are extendelng an tnvltalor there five year then laming to lore last week. 'I:.*......*........... ..: lave apartments at the home of( Arthur Brannen and. children The proposition' waa accepted by
all North Florida people Florida. She has spent the remainder !Mr. Cahrlie Saundera and wife Hampton Ja. IS.-Miss Sarah Mrs. Anna Murrhee for the win spent Sunday last here with the board.
jitlzens of any part ot the of her life. She was 68 ia back to Graham from Tampa. Simpson and Hazel Dover of ter. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Mr. A. D. Andrews of the Union

0 be the guesta of the city years ot age. |I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown of North Carolina, who have been the Green. County Board of Bond Trustees
|tt date and guarantteo them At an early age Mrs. Stobo be- Sampson, was called to the bedside 'guests ot Mr. and Mrs, M, L. Wat- Mr. H. I'. Galney, J. E. demons' requested the local board to fur.
time. terson tor several weeks have returned Friends of Miss Jewel Wlgglna, visitors I Ito consider the bridge across
rame a member of the Presbyterian ot their son, Arthur Brown and E. II. demons, were ther
Scotland, to their home. who is, attending Bradford High Gainesville Saturday. I New River at the Edwards crossng. .-
church at Paisley, last week. II
fEH OF .KXPliANATION and lived a true and Christian lite | Hubert Brown has taken charge Mr. M. C. Sweeney. Edith May School and M at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Crosby, Mr. The Union county engineer
lanes and Gertrude Wynn attended Anna Murrhee, will be sorry to and Miss to make plans for I
to the end. She leaves to mourn of Jack Padgett's filling station 111 and Mrs R. M. Galney wall requested boam
':Telegraph: the recital at the home of Mrs. hear that she has been quite visitors to said bridge to bo submitted
husband one wish him Lois Oalney, were the
her death, a devoted iere. We all success.
lee allow me space In your this week with an attack ot acute engineer,
r. T, Quigley ot Sttrke. Bradford county
slater of Halifax. Nova Scotia; one I j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgett'has acknonvllle Sunday. to; the
I to announce to the vote brother of Glasglow, Scotland, be- mored over to the still. M. L. Watterson and family, appendicitis.Col Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Conerly from After agreement between the two
Iford county that I am a Misses Sarah Simpson, Hazel Dover the week-end at Cross' the matter to be taken up by the
the friends who followed | Mrs. Belle Fettle ot Georgia la'lulling hare spent
sides many
Sate for the ot Mr.. J. E. Futeh of
office Superinat and I
and Kathren viator
Weest were and
the body to Us resting place her mother this week, ( ltv, with friends board.
C. -
ot Public Instruction. at Crosby cemetery, Rev H. A.I I Mr. and Mrs.: Daslde Kelley of to Gainesville last Sunday. DeLand and Mr., and Mrs. M. LouUe Caraway a member The secretary was Instructed to
S'% reason for this appearing at officiating. I I Sulphur. Springs, were' visiting I Mra. M. L. Maynard of Alachua Stith and little sons, will arrive of the Btarke school faculty notify the Southern Surety Com
imo, Ia the Inquiries coming of her today from DeLand to be the with Jernlgaa and Son.
the L.
has recently been guest week-end here and W.
L. Haltlwanger was a relatives down here last week. pent pany
to know It I candl- Mr. B. I of Mr. and Mrs. II. L.Irownlee. ot
were a Alexander. guesta completion
W. for
laughter, Mra. B. timo
I caller at the home ot Mr. Matthew, j' Ming Cleo Price and Mr. Arthur In rlends.. that the
jtor Superintendent of Schools. j' B, Hunt Mr. Stlth arrived Water ot May 2 th.
: near Law ley Sunday. |dcCflry were visitors of Mlsa Thel- Mr. and Mra. P. were Mr. and Mra. .Bennle roads In contract
> matter of my candidacy for the birth night. I rlsltor to Lake Geneva, last Sun- JeLand Wednesday from Louisville pent week before last here with 1927 of W. L. Jernlgon and Son.
attending Brown Sunday
All those na
bfflce was settled when I re- day dinner given for Mr. W. F. Mrs. A. O Brown and Thelma lay, the guests of Mra Hunt'* slaer Ky., where he la atduyingn the latter's parents!,. Mrs. D. W. with the Board of Bond Trustees
[ to Bradford county and en- Mrs. R. M. Faver. theological seminary former's parnt -I Bradford county Florida has
Harnage at his home in tue Vanderbilt attended the cemetery* working at Thomas and the. of
in school work.announcement section Sunday, report al tampaon Saturday. A. L. Dyal and family of Jackonvllle. I Mr. and Mra. J. O. Waters. expired, and that the aucn default

will appear very enjoyable day Mr. Mr. !tutus Galney of Brooker, visited .J. V. Jones and NOTICE Mr. II. P. Galney was a visitor. In the completion of such work:
otge. Graham family last Sunday to Ralford. Saturday.Mr. makes the annullment ot the contract
seventy-five years motored over to Monday.Ildbart
jtpect to eee the voters prior nage being W. P. DIrt and family of Alahua An all day meeting of tho Wo and Mra. Luther Sowella of Imminent and that said W.
and Thelma Brown
primary and discuss the t motored the of man's Missionary Society: ot the friends and Son and the
caller Stark af- county, were guesta Ugh Springs were visiting L. Jernlgan
Mr. Lester Croroy was a over to Sunday will
ona relative to the office.Respectfully. New River Baptist Association will oe>
it the home of Miss Nora Bias ernoon.Mr. ifra. Blrt'a slater, Miss 'Ada NlmQO and relatives here Sunday. Southern Surety Company
Sunday.Mr. ., .and Mrs. Nlran Wynn of I this week. > be held at Corinth on Saturday, Mr. Warner Mott and children, held liable for such penalties aav S
A., J. ORIFFIS.ITIUZER Leon Conner and wife and I Hampton, attended their .farm Mra. D. W Moore, and aon Jan. 21st, beginning/ at 10( o'clock.It from Alachua were visiting friends provided In said contract. :',
CONSUMPTION little son.Lnclan'spent Sunday at Mon ar. avid.. of There.... attended ia desired that all churches In and relatives here Sunday Current bills were paid and Uiet

the home of Mr, Zachary Craw- Mrs. E. Jones Mrs. Gladys! church here laat Sunday.Rev. : the association be represented Misses Tbelma Johnson and Board adjourned to the next regular '

Drding to report Issued by Wasdln and Dorothy Brookes J. P. Haner will preach at ; whether they have Missionary Societies Ruby Jonea, Mesars. Lyon and II.B. meeting. *
ford.Mrs. the Christian church next Sunday or not. visitors to Lake --- *.
Dapectlon department dent Bell Reddisb and children were shopping In Starke 'Saturday' cordially Crosby were- TWO HMALL KIKES
of agriculture. Bradford ot Lawtey jpent Sunday with her afternoon. morning and evening.Mlsa Pastors of all churches fuller Sunday.
1 used 108.5 tons ot fertilizer later. Mra. Mandy Crosb,. Mr. Jo* Thomas of ptarke was Hilda Durden entertained Invited. There will be state Mr. R. M. Galney was a visitor A fire on the north edgeiof
; the month of December. St. Among those attending the funeral working!: over here Monday the Sewing Cfrcle at the her horn workers present and dinner on the to Worthlngton' Springs Tuesday.Mr. town graaa 1 last Thursday afternooa each

| county led the state with of Mra. Stobo. were Mr. and Mia. rsola Roberts/ and Mr. lallt Tuesday evening from three ground. Russell Greene waR a vlslor called out the fire department anol with
tona. while ten counties did Mra. Groover Todd ot Jackson Talmadge Shular of Ralford i to four p. m. Mrs. J..T Qulgley. to Jacksonville Tue day. the flamea were extinguished wltb.
at Starke j Miss Wilma Pearl Alexander entertained Pub. Com. Chm. Mr. Tom Townsend and family The sec n4
|ow any use ot ville. were.united In marriage but little damage.
Remcmb.r B. Y, P. U. Funday Saturday Afternoon. We,all wish at her home laat Thnraay e Mael..nDY. of Lake Butler were visitors here waa turned In Saturday af.
miscellaneous Col. W. A. potson ot :
HARVEY RETURNS night. Everbody Invited. them a long and happy lfe.\)\\ They evening with a Starke attending to- legal unday. ternoon when the root ot the cltr
H. D.Hart. In
of Mra.
shower. In honor discovered' on
|Harrey. the popular, show- I CARD. OF THANKS wll Ralford make, their future home\) at formerly Mlsa Edna ManIng matter before Judge AdklnaThursday. WOODMEN 8UPPEH FRIDAY I hall building the chimney.waa Th* butinr ...
i In Stark thta week, as ad- ; of Stark. : **
were extinguish
an for Earl Hawk,Stocky I ,Wo. deslr .to, xpresa pur, ala.cere utrra TAYLOR PLACE I Mr. and Mra. W O. Bennett naval. air training The local camp Woodmen of the ahlnglea The lty nail Bi.
The largest chemicals.
scheduled. (or' a I' .fullhowlag thanks, forthe, ,many nets of ..r. the guesta of Mr. and Mrs. ta at World held their annual Installs with total for the week up-
at ,tile vett, of Gainesville\ last Satur- station! In the United States ,tlon of officers last Friday night brought<< the property IOBS of between

beginning Monday Doc ot our relative Mrs*. Mary Spring*, baa purchased the former, ay evening.Mra. Pensacola. at the lodge hall closing the eve- to tlve, with a to 3fl.OOO. the

it several yara In Stark Weeks Rausch Taylor home on Cherry street and J. Parsley, who baa been i 0I ; nine with an oyster supper. In $18.000 coming from tbe

|th, winter months and lawn J. Sv Rausch Mr. and Mr). O. C. Will move his family there The tbe guest of her daughter Mr. I Stetson University waa founded a dditlon to the membership, vlsl- heaviest losses th Magnolia Cafe,
and liked, both on and Livingston Susan Vorhees, Mr. sala waamad* thr&nga Frank Hollingswortb. '- 'ooten of Palatka has returned toh.r by' a .well known, manufacturer of II ors from other lodgea were royally fires destroying Thomas residence.
E. M.
I the
Itag*. and Mrs. W S. PnUUp*. 'J horn men's hats. entertained. and

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1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher 1 \ ;
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,: stee Battle Monument To'ije GREEN URGESDEMOCRATS Road 28 ReceivingFinishing STATE PERMITS FLORIDA VALUATIONS j J

':: Unveiled On January 18th TO TouchesFinishing CANDIDATES TO/ 1927 ARE $727,851.318 ,

touches to the nongrade -
I { C. P. Sununcrall, Cldcf I l 1 ltru rcn ( ot state road 28 are being I
V. 8. and Gov. School Consolidation Florida Road rrrase Over 101IO:!: "f Approximately
'o 'jtaf, Army, l'unyreesman 1).taUs11- ,added from the ,Clay county line I''::<|IWIIM" of CnntmltnIty | | Inc renn'''1 .
dartln Will Be 1'rewent. vantagtw. to Convention Art of l<0l|: > ; Big| Barbecue anilFirework MeetingHeld City OfT..",. near Keystone Heights and work Department ToMeet r
1 In the state
)). I Ing toward Starke. Practically Regardless of the outcome of
._- On Friday By ROBERT M. GATES five miles of the grade from Key the Florida" primary next June, Jan. 19th ot 'Florida for 1927 amounted to
City, Fla., Jan. 9.-A big Washington Jan. 7.-Representative stone Heights south has been completed candidates for the various offices $737,821,318 slightly under those

of special interest and 1m- I I At a meeting held Friday at the R. A. Green 6f the second and ready for hard surfac. to be affected: by the nominationwill First Session of-N..w"rn... Will He of the previous year. which r

|ce for all of the state and of courthouse, trustees of Hellbronn i Florida district, today conferred i Ing after the period of settling. find from more their freedom pocketbooks of movement In acquainting IIolil nt TallnhnMiPO.\ amounted to $786,054,528, figures -

Florida, will be held here 6npsday : with Chairman. Clem Shaver and The embankment leading, up to the. I made public by Comptroller
Springs Vanderbilt. Rising and I' the voter of their can
January 18, on which others high in the Democratic party I bridge passing over the Southern' didacies. Tallahassee, Jan. 7.Announcement Ernest Amos ahow.Twentyeight .
jthe monument erected re- Kelly schools met with County urging the designation of MI- railway Is about three-fourth The legislature of 1927 amendedthe was made today by Dr. FonsA. counties ot the
'ln memory to the Confed- Superintendent Wiggins and laid ami as the convention city for complete. Driving of the piling on
of the
law on the expenditures of candidates Hathaway chairman .
oldiera who fell at the battle, plains for a consolidation of their 1928. I I one side of Che; track was (..m- to allow them to spend state showed an Increase in valuations
',tee will be unveiled. {schools. This consolidation will I He stressed the fact that Florida '' plated Tuesday (and the contractor considerably more on their campaigns State Road Department that the for 1927 as compared with, tl

celebration is for all of the mean a. Junior high school with ap- 'is easily within three-fourthstaol I expects to turn over the completed than had been the case for regular quarterly meeting<< of the 1926 and others decreases. Those
.ind North Florida as well aa 'proximately 200 students later Is easily within twenty-four hours bridge February 1st. This a number yoars. ,: department will be held at Tallahassee enjoying Increases Included Ala-
ke City and Columbia county 'veloping into a senior high de-I reach of three-fourth of the population bridge will ''be the highest driveway Thursday, January 19. chua Bradford Cllr!s. Clay Collier

.111 be the biggest thing or( I The advantages of a consolidation -, of the United Stated; that In Bradford county, It being 11I11,0410111,1"1'10As Important' matters will engage Columbia. Duval. Fraliklln.
nd ever held in the state. The; of a number of small one andtwoteacher I railroad transportation is more 184 feet abouve sea level an Illustration, candidates for ,Gadsden. Hlllsboroutu, Jefferson.
'Ifor erecting the monument Into one Junior high [rapid to Florida than to any other The remaining bridges on road the United States senate and tithe the attention of the department at :' Leon, Levy Madison :Manatee

pproprlated by the last Flor- school Superintendent Wiggins section of the country; that while ,I 28 are expected to be completed governorship prior to legislative this meeting the chairman de-I'Marlon, Martin, Nassau Orange ,
fcglslature with Sen. W. \V.i stated i are: Miami is the most Southern city of I within thlsf- month, and culverts session of -937, were keptto clared. It being tho first I Pasco Polk Putnam St. Johns
of Lake City, Sen. W. C.Is 1. More competent teachers. I its size in the most Southern state !, have beea placed in position for $4000 as their total expend of the year and there will be prepared Seminole, Sumter, Suwannee, Union
of Tallahassee and R. \V.Ill 1 2. Unified curriculum. ot the Union. It Is still as close to I I lateral road connections. The tures. The amendment Just written and presented a tentative and VVakullu.

representative of Colum- I 3. Credit for work recognized I the Far West as San Franciscoand I I longest straight stretch o n into the statute' books permits) budget: \ of the maintenance and The mot notable increases were
ftinty in the legislature, as aiftttee when students transfer to other other Western cities are to the this road runs north of the Southern them to spend as much as $15- construction work of the depart- In Duval county which showed a
to erect the shaft. 'schools or enter colege. I I railway for a: distance of seven 000. Porportlonate Increaseswere ment for 1928. lIe called\ attention raise of $5,017.812 In the assessed
& distinguished men who will 4. Student activities,' with resultant I East.Also that Miami has some threescore miles. allowed for the other officer I to the fact that thereafter, under valuation: HIIlsborouKh/: county,
went on that day would pride in school by the students of the most magnificent ho. I Following are the exptndltures the budget law, a public hear- with $2,314,592!>> and Polk with
make the event notable, bare I i ii tels: in the world which will offer Earl I Hawk Show alowed now aa a result of the ing on this proposed budget must $3,141,899.Outstanding.
< other features of outIng i 5. Makes grade system pos- reasonable rates during this season I amendment, and those permitted be held at .a place to be selectedby decreases were In
Interest. MaJ-Gen. Chas- sible. I of the :year; that Miami offers To At previous to that time: the department and at a time Dade county with a drop of UI,..
merall, chief of staff of the 4. Gives pupils a high school '\all other necessary accommodations Ope GaietyThe Other state administrative offices not less than fifteen nor more 218,883: Monroe. $3,835.763;
|,Army who was born In Col- education in a school directly for such a convention Including $5000 and $21100; congressman than sixty days after the January Palm Reach 4,116.200: Plnellas.
i county, will be the guest oly responsible to the community in ; an enormous bid In money Earl Ha1 rk Co., opening a $4000 and $2000; railroad meeting. Meantime, under the provisions $1,722,78; Sarasota $1,328.721
,county and section on that which pupils reside. i ; that Miami situated as It Is, on six-day engagen; ,ent at the Gaiety commissioner adjutant general, of the same law the proposed and Volusla, with 8981189.
nd Governor John H. Maf- The Woodlawn school Is expected ',,the southeaster-most point Of the Theatre Monday.[ is one of the oldest state chemist state auditor, assistant budget Is published once In County Valuations' rII -
JU1 deliver an address, while to Join In this consolidation at; peninsular experiences an unusually : and best known,, companies state auditor and Justices a newspaper of general circulationIn The net decrease for the entire
f notable officials and citizens ,fen early date, and with this school pleasant and temperate weather playing the Sottth. Reports from of the supreme court $4000 and each of the cities of Ponsacola, state was $58,343.210.
s i present. Enough beef and coming In, Bradford county will I during the summer' season of Wllliston, ''wheri the Hawk Company $2000. Jacksonville, Tampa Orlando and! For 19:87 valuations for Bradford .
rill be barbecued to take care: have only two of the old type rural the year, and that Florida possesses -! hav4 Just:ftlnlshed a 9-day County IncrNUtta: Miami., At the meeting on Jan- county were given at $2,803-
throngs expected. The Unt- schools left !in the ,county. s 'a most hospitable and democratic run, also from Crystal River where State attorney, $1200 and $600 uary 19th, the department will fix: 890, an Increase of $190,420 over
of Florida band of 75 pieces Supt. Wiggins has worked for 1 people who will in every way I they played a '-day engagementat circuit Judge, $1200 and $aoo( ; the time and place of holding this 1926.
e here from Gainesville I to several In consolidating the rendqr Mlam( .the proper place for the Arcade, ((are to the effect state senator, $600 per county and public hearing. e
"music{.' for the day and that school over years the county, and the ad- the convention, I that they 'have the cleanest and $200; representative In the legislature ) The chairman also declared that ........................

a huge fireworks program: vantage'' of a smaller number of I Representative I best show that has ever played that $400 and $200; congressional at the quarterly meeting the members i WOODLAWN' J
i carried out. The first part: schols, better longer schools stated that Miami's i district delegates to the national will take action on the bids X

program will reproduce aa terms Is already apparent to the ness for a convention city lias recently city.The opening play Monday. "The convention for members of for road and bridge construction :...... ...............
possible the artillery bom- citizens residing In sections en- been recognized by the Benevolent -i Straight Road" Is a 4-act comedy the national executive committeeand which will be received January 10, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Denmarkxpent
sent and sounds of a great Joying consolidation.On and Protective Order of i drama which 'comedy predominates preoldentlal electors $1000 and will then award the contract. the week-end with relatives ,I
The attractions of the day the consolidation of the the Elks, which will bold Its 1928 ; high class vaudeville numbers and $500.For therefor. It Is estimated that those In Jacksonville.
livening will be worth going schools named above Mr. Wiggins convention In that city, and also between acts and a four-piece county officers In (oountles contracts will aggregate; approximately -I Rev, Godwin ot Jacksonville
I to see. has expended the considerable by the Shrlners of North America feature orchestra that has been the of 40.000 and over $1500 and U,711 0,000. The chairman 'fIlled his regular appointment at
i battle of Olustee was fought effort--to make possible such I wbo( will hold their Imperial"' council talk of every cltjb.v!.lted_ Popular $750 ; county officers In counties of in concluding his statement said I.Hellbronn n church Saturday and
She town of Olustee In Bakeron consolidation without incurring indebtedness 1n that city In 1928. I f prices 25 cents for. children and 20,000 and lens than 30,000, $900 that( he believed that the-assurance '' Sunday tnt
February 20, 1864, by of the general fund of He stated that he could think' of 50 cents for adults? "ill prevail and $460; county officers in counties that the department Is continuing Mrs. Carrie Smith is visiting at

Itt's and Harrison's brigades the county, and he is deserving of no other city which would! in anyway throughout the engagement, with. with less than 20,000! population and will continue Its program ofroad the home of her son, Colson Smith efal
e Confederate army, .under praise for this definite advance in be more acceptable than no seats reserved. $800 and $400; the latent construction unabated will be in Jacksonville. 4 Ire ,
Itnmand of Gen. Finegan, and promoting education In Bradford would Miami and further; stated :I, federal or state* census )to determine gratifying news to the ptiople of Misses Lillian Browning and
EL 1 regiments from Maasa- county. that from the response of those 709 QUARTS NET the population of a county; the lit lite. !I Debbie Phillips were shopping la.
|ts and Connecticut and ne- with whom he conferred that he members of state executive committee "There will be no let up." said Starke Saturday.

nops, under command of i t RISING I feels that Miami's chance for the I GROWER and members of the congressional he, "Ami the reception of bids on ,I Mr. and !Mrs. Roscoe Sapp of
eymour. The federal forces $758.11 executive committee of followed due I of Mrs. t8
1 I II convention is unusually good. Jan. 10th, will be Miami, are the guests
overwhelmingly defeated and 1 Rising Jan. 13.-Mrs. Reba : 1 any polltlclal party, $200 and $100' by advertisements of other Sapp's parents Mr. and \In.! S. H. Loll.t .
ned ........................J course (
losses.Confederate dapnrtment !
heavy ; Tillman and baby, of Tampa are I J. II. Moore one of the leading, and members of the 'county executive bids and the program of the 'Thompson.
soldiers who visiting at the home of her parents, GRAHAM 'strawberry men of the Lawtey, committee of any polttlciul during 1928 will lie I I Miss Juanlta Browning spent Itf
lain In. the action and those Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Halslop. I: ;:J section brought to the Telegraph party, $100 and $50. pushed with the same vigor which last week in Raiford the guest other '
lied from wounds soon after- Messrs. Arthur McRae and Lee ,.. (Mrs. A. W. BrUt, Cor.) .. office Saturday the returns from I characterized its work during sister, Mrs. Arthur Crews way

?ere buried In Oaklawn cam Haltlwanger, were business visitors .-...-................... three shipments of strawberries 1027." I I I. -
n i Lake City, and some of the to Gainesville Saturday. I I. Graham, Jan 13.-Rev. Woods made during the holidays The I. I I TIlt'STKKH; MKJiTTho
al dead were also Interred Mr. Elery Hutchinson was a 'filled his regular appointment. here first shipment of two 80-quart LOCAL.PEL ; .....N....N....N...... I fareflaof,
It was the most import- dinner guest at the home of Mr. Sunday night. I freezers $334.08, and the third Bbard of Bond Trustees of ,
Ittle on Florida soil and the II. L. Haltlwanger Sunday. j i I Mrs. Rean Roberts ,and daughter shipment of two 80s and one of 69. : BROOKERMian .: Bradford county.mot January 3,
Ign was begun by Federal The many friends of Mrs. Annie Isola.. has returned home quarts, brought 9246.19. The V81dosta,1 .. Lull Galn.jr, Cur la regular aimHlon with all members -

Gillmore partly on account Cunningham Stobo were grieved to from spending the holidays In 709 quarts, after all expenses were Martine Williams of ........................ presont.
fact that Columbia, Alachua learn of her death, which occurred Tampa with friends and relatives. ; deducted, brought a total of: Oa., spent several days of this Jirooker, Jan. .-Mrs. It, W. Minutes of the last meeting were
larlon counties and other: Saurday a 5 o'clock, while return- 'i !Mr. Arthur Drown and daughters $758.11, or $l.u7 a quart.HAMPTON. i week in Starke the guest of Aubrey Urannen of Lake Butter, spent read and approved.
|territory were supplying the Ing home from town. 'I Thelma. and Edith and Mrs I i ie I the week-end here with her par It. W. Surrency agreed to move illea
orate armies with a large Mrs. Stobo was born In Paisley Keney Padgett were shopping in .N....N.... ......NN4 Penney... ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney. barns fences, etc., trout'' right ot
of their'beef and meat. Ward and daughter, where name crossed his property reliH1-
n Scotland in the year 1860. She Starke Monday. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kllgore of Mrs. T. P. way
unveiling committee, the.came with her husband to Canada 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huff'of Jacksonville .' :1 Charlotte N. C., and Mr. and Mrs.F. Florence and Steilamae were shopping on road from Graham to Dyal m
and all of its: Mlnn'Ade lmMo, Cor. Saturday last / the price to be $300.00.
of Lake City, about the year 1907, remaining were business'"Isltors 4i W. Damon of Cocraln, Mass.,, in Starke Bridge
(is are extendelng an invlta- there five year then laming to here last week. ,:................... .. I have apartments at the home of Mrs. Arthur lirannen and children 'The proposition' was accepted by .
t>r all North Florida people Florida. She has spent the! remainder ,, Mr. Cahrlle Saunders and wifela Hampton Ja. 13..-Mlis Sarah I II Mrs. Anna Murrhee for the win I spent Sunday last here with) the board.
|tizens of any part of the of her life. She was 68 back to Graham from Tampa. I Simpson and Hazel Dover, of ter. I her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. i Mr. A. D. Andrews of the Union
be the guests of the city- .years of age. I| Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown ot North Carolina, who have been the Green. County Boaru of Bond Trustees
lit date and guarantiee them guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- J. E. Clemons the local board to further -
At an early age Mrs. Stobo be- Sampson was called to the bed Mr. II. I'. Galney, I requested
time. rame a member of the PresbyterIan ,side of their son. Arthur Brown 'tenon, for several weeks have returned Friends of Miss Jewel Wiggins, and E. H. demons, were visitors consider the bridge across
t r, -S --- church at Paisley. Scotland, :''last week. to their home who' is, attending Bradford to Gainesville Saturday I New River at the Edwards cross
K, ";R OFTelegraph.EXI'L.\.NATIOS' and lived a true and Christian life ,I Hubert Brown has taken charge Mr. M. C. Sweeney, Edith May School and Is' at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby Mr. ing. The Union'' county engineer t
astid to the end. She leaves to mourn 'of Jack Padgett's filling station Jones and Gertrude Wynn attend. Anna Murrhee will be sorry to 'and Mrs, 11.. M. Qalney and Miss was requested to make plans for ? hoI
{ : husband the recital at the home of Mrs. hear that she has been quite ill Galney, were visitors to the said bridge to be submitted
her death, a devoted one here. We all wish him success. _led Lola
""ii e allow me space In your this week with an attack of) acute I county engineer.
the'vote sister, of Halifax, Nova Scotia! one I| Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padgett) T. Quigley of Starke. Jacksonville Sunday to the Bradford I
e i to announce to brother of Glasglow, Scotland besides I\has moved over to the still. M. \Vatterson and family, appendicitis.Col. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Conerly from After agreement betfveen the two t0
idford county, that I am a I the many friends who followed j" Mrs. Belle Pettle of Georgia !Is Misses Sarah Simpson, Basel Do- of here spent the week-end at Cross the matter to be taken up by the
late for the office of Superlnit and Mrs.. J. E. Futch
ver and Kathren W.eest.; were visitor friends and relatives. board.
the body to 1U resting place visiting her mother this week. City with ,
M C.
of Public Instruction. I at Crosby cemetery, .Rev. It. A. I Mr. and Mrs.: Daslde Kelley of to Gainesville last Sunday. eland and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Louise Caraway a memo I The secretary was instructed to *
i reason for this appearing at Tucker, officiating. I I J Sulphur Springs, were visiting Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua, Stlth and little sons, will arrive bar of the Starke school faculty, notify the Southern Surety Com-
time, is the Inquiries comingto I Mr. B. L. Haltiwanger was a relatives down here last week has recently been the guest of her today from DeLand to be the spent the week-end here with. pany and W. L. Jcrnlgun and Son. I, a
know if I were a of Mr. and Mrs. H L.rownlee. completion of
daughter, Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mr. guests the time for
candl-I I caller at the home of Mr. Matthew Miss Cleo Price and Mr. Arthur in friend
or Superintendent of near Lawtey Sunday. |'I McCary were visitors of Miss Thel and Mrs. P. B. Hunt were Mr. Stith 'arrived Mr. and Mrs. .Bennte Waters roads In contract oflay! 26th
matter of my All those attending the birthday Brown Sunday night. visitor to Lake Geneva last Sunday DeLand Wednesday from Louisville spent week before last here with 1927* of W. L. Jernlgan and Son
bfflce was settled when I re- ma the of Mrs. Hunt's sister Ky., where he Is stduylngIn !Mrs. D. W. the Board of Bond Trustees
dinner given for Mr. W. F. ,I Mrs. A. O Brown and Thelma, guests the latter' parents with
to Bradford county and en- I Mrs. R. M Faver. a.theological seminary former's parents Bradford county Florida has
Hartiage at his home In the Vanderbilt attended the cemetery working at Thomas, and the of
: !In school work.announcement. section Sunday report avery j'Sampson Saturday.Mr. I A. L- Dyal and family, of Jacksonville --- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Waters. expired, and that the such defaultin
i will appear I visited J. V. Jones and NOTICE Gainey was a visitor the completion of such work
enjoyable day Mr. Har-!! Rufus Gatney of Brooker, Mr. II. P. tiroS
being seventy-five years of motored over to Graham Monday. family last Sunday. to: Ralford( Saturday. !makes the annullment of the con-'
pect to see the voters prior nage An all day meeting of the Wo- Sowells ofIIIgh and that said W. i
W. P. Blrt and family of Ala- Mr. and Mrs. Luther 'tract Imminent
Hubert and Thelma Brown motored
primary and discuss the I I man's Missionary Society of theNew friends and Son and the
age.Mr. the of visiting
Lester Crosby was a caller over to Starke Sunday af chua county were guests will Springs, were L. Jernigan
boa the once.Respectfully Association will be
relative to at the home of Miss\ Nora Bias ternoon.; Mrs. Blrfs slater Miss Ada Nlm- River Baptist and relatives here Sunday. Southern Surety Company ; S;
Sunday. Mr., .and Mrs. Nlran Wynn of mo this week be held at Corinth on Saturday, Mr. Warner Mott and children. held liable for such penalties a. Ij'
A. J. GRIFFIS. Mr. Leon Conner and wife and ,Hampton, attended their farm i Mrs. D. W. Moore, and son Jan. 21st beginning at 10 ()"clock.It from' Alachua were visiting friends provided In said contract. and theBoard

TILlZEnirding CONSUMPTION ,little son, Lucian,'spent Sunday at ,Monday. David of Theressa, attended I"\ desired that all churches Inthe and relatives here Sunday. I Current bills were paid -
church here last Sunday. association be represented Johnson and adjourned to the next regular M
I the home of Mr. Zachary Craw. : Mrs. E. Jones. Mrs. Gladys Misses Thelma
to report Issued by Wasdln and Dorothy Brookes Rev J. P. Planer will preach at whether they have Missionary. Societies Ruby Jones, Messrs. Lyon and H. meeting. '. .'

fcspectlon department, de- !ford.Mrs.. Bell Reddish and children, were shopping la Starke Saturday' the Christian church next Sunday or not. cordially It. Crosby were visitors to Lake -TWO N1: [lLhFlttE'J a x.l,
nt of agriculture. Bradford ot) Lawtey spent Sunday with her 'afternoon. L! morning and evening. Pastors of all churches Butler Sunday. -
used 108.5 tons of fertilizer sister, Mrs. Mandy Crosby 'Mr. ;Joe Thomas of ptarke .was Miss Hilda Burden entertained Invited. There will be state Mr. It. M. Galney was a visitor A grass fire on the north edge*!
the month of December. St. i Among those attending the funeral working over here Monday. the Sewing Circle at the her home workers present and dinner on the to Worthington Springs Tuesday. of town last Thursday afternooa i ears
county led the state with ) of Mrs. Stobo, were Mr. and Visa Isola Roberts' and Mr. last Tuesday evening from threeto ground. Mr. Russell Greene was a visitor called out the lire department, and wkksad'
one, while ten counties didw Mr*. Groover Todd of Jackson Talmadge Shular of Ralford : : four p. m. Mrs. J..T. Quigley!!! to Jacksonville Tuesday the: flames were extinguished with
Miss Wilma Pearl Alexander entertained Pub. Com. Chm. Townsend and familyof second ,
any use ot fertilizers. ville. were.unlted In marriage at Starke I ISaturday"afternoon. Mr. but little damage. The
Remember B. Y. P. U. Sunday We all wish at her home last Thursday e MI cl Lake Butler were visitors here ,alarm wan. turned In Saturday afternoon
.HARVEY RETURNS, night. Everbody Invited. them"a long and happy life.;!, They evening. with a miscellaneous Col. W. A. Pobson attending of < in-legal Sunday.WOOIMIEX. when the roof of the city
in honor of Mrs. II. D. ny/ was In Starke .
discovered on
wll make' their future horn at FRIDAY building was
arvey. the popular. showIn CARD.OF THANKS Raiford. v Hart, formerly Miss Edna Manning I matters before Judge Adkins SUPPER hall the chimney. The burning
Starke this week rs, ad- -- of Starke.Mr. Thursday. i tire near extinguished
| an for ,Earl Hawk, Stock 'We, desire to< express our, "In TAYLOR and Mrs. W. O. Bennett naval. air 'training The local camp Woodmen of the ''chemicals.shingles were The city hall ire ,
.. scheduled: (or4'' I'full ere thanks, f.or .Abe many acts of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The largest State !Is at World held their 'annual Installation 'with the total for the week up '"
showing I at the ,Oalety kindness shown us during the funeral John Fonyth of Hellbronn Lovett. of Gainesville last Saturday station In the United of officers last Friday night brought property loss ot bo- t A
t beginning :Monday. Doc of our relative Mrs'. Mary Springs has purchased the former, evening. PensacoU. at the lodge hall closing the evening In to five, with$18,000 a to $29.000, tile AT
t several years in Stark Weeks Rausch. Taylor home on Cherry' street and Mrs. ;J. Parsley, who has been ----o-- with an oyster sapper. tween coming from the
}he winter months and 18wn ;J. a. Raasch. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Will move his family. there. The the guest of her daughter Mrs. Stetson University was founded addition to the membership visitors -. heaviest losses the Magnolia Cat
t and liked, both on and Livingston. Susan Vorhees, Mr. sale was made threugh Frank Holllngiworth Tooten of Palatka, bu: returned to by a. well known manufacturer ofmen' from other lodges were royally lies destroying Thomas residence. ,
age. and Airs. W. S. Ph11 lp.. j I her home. hats. entertained. and the E. M.

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of l'arm Experiences and Methods Found; i Lion of pests on pluilts the State zen of \/V/ \/ \

J'o He Host Suited to Our Country Plant Board has provided Inspectors 2-A* t /III\ : i :
to examine plants. After the ,1'A ,

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inspection a certificate tag unCI/\/, "

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Needed Food And Feed accompanied by a copy of the certificate dependd\/\//IIV I \ ) l 4 .P Le.I .

tag as evidence that the l

Year 1928' ; plants have passed inspection. InK r.--II the\\V\I"\ 'i j > \ :\' : \ :r-::

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plant regulations, move plants
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having inspected. -
t, I men, pJII\ /\ -
(Uy Spuds Johnson.) This Is a bad practice and no \
k ( At the beginning of the tear in Cold Wave Makes lover of plants should countenance coast Ii\VI\I' j 1 '
trying to work out a program for such activities because it may be eit Vft\/ i:
Special Care Of the means of bringing pests to this! day ; (
t.!. my own farm. I am reminded of both aIJ\VN Ip\'r :
state the dissemination of
or pests
1 ';1 what District Agent W. T. Nettles \\ I I
Trees Necessary already in the state but not widelyor \
t said recently regarding tho growing generally distributed. IncolW\ !

'c y of food and feed crops on one's 1 1r If plants are offered for sale pr i and bem 1 : :

r own farm during 1928: "First ofl gift be sure to ascertain whetherthe \
Sx-('litllHtH\ Ailiixo Against Karlyrrunliiff pagnes. \/ '
!(, I certificate of Inspection Is at r
all should come the adoption of a Out of AVcxxl KilledIly \ !\ SM t
; t program of 'lIving at home and Invent Freeze tached. If the plants have not hyde aPi/\/ /' f

f I boarding at (he same place Thin been Inspected, advise the Nursery (!, '

,. ( program, though as old as agriculture Inspector, Gainesville, Florida, and IncotC/l: \//., /\' )
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a., re plain
l itself In as Bound today arrangements will be made for the I\: ; \ I ,.,e.fAuluo .
t cent cold weather with Its attendant sugar, U1 ,
,, as It was 100 years ago. There necessary Inspection' and Issuanceof tl /
freeze brlifgs to light the \
ia no type of general or specialized certificates, prior to the move- Deerr. t 2Aupu
question of what to do for citrus Nece1Jr \ t3Ult .
,I farming In Florida which will not ment of the plants. I
trees that have been Injured by upkeep (
admit in its program plenty of L
frost feezing. Tim KNOWN: equlpm \I
by or Many growers TKACHKIt
home produced milk and butter, a V L flail Cr I Neces 'I 1 \
think that they should start prun \
garden of good vegetables throughout -
ing as soon as the cold weather Is One of Florida's prominent upkeep Wprofessl' ( \ \ bditoav ere f
the larger part of the and nulu
; year '
punt, but this Is the wrong thing dally papers carried as a leading '/! !" )
abundant supply of k
an poultry
to do of the Agricultural editorial on Armistice Day tribute Damn I '
say specialists a /
and eggs for the family need"l '
\ \ Extension Division and theExpelment to the unknown teacher, IV rel w VI J fw' ,
l Farmers have heard the i
program iJ"V
of growing their own food Station. quoting Henry Van Dyke's tribute from hdl! A \\ \ \ ; : r r1'.w

Writing In press bulletin 393, E. to the Unknown Teacher anda Monet/ '\! :: a.- ..
and feed crops preached until it Is
F. DeDusk and A. F. Camp de similar sentiment from the ancient to shod \ \ !
old stuff to them. Yet In timesof JFGUIID FIUD2 i 1 mW
clare that no danger to the trees writings of Seneca. Such expressions enforce: J"/ \ :
easy money, the tendency is to 1
will be incurred by leaving the are commendable and are 'Mone1.\ '
from this practice and
get away
buy most of the needed supplies. dead wood in the tree for a reasonable genuinely appreciated by all true face, pa'j'\\I I APPEAL Jug porch.
What do teachers.We wig ha" \ I I
length of time. they } HOME
It sometimes takes a little financial \ \ There Is a neat little porch In
to'awaken the recommend as, soon as danger sincerely hope and trust that when at /l
jolt us to,
the of
center the
policies from frost is past is an applica- these sentiments, editorially expressed cence. ., Archts., front audit leads

While we al realize that there tion of fertilizer' and a good cultivation foretell the support of Losses <\1 / one Into the square hall, with its

; are certain crops needed for food so that the trees will be such papers in promoting the pass- age, ra' fV ( ) they think! stairs that turn halfway to the Strawberry Plan!

r'. and feed which we could not grow put in a good growing condition. age of an adequate teacher retirement ers, etc. picture second floor.

at a small enough cost to enable Where the trees are severely froz- law at the next session of (Not "* \ Living room, dining room, living -
en back it Is advisable to split the the Florida Legislature. by "' I ColonIal porch and kitchen
us to sell them at a profit- to breakrys comprise I offer choice Imprc|
make a money crop out of them. application of fertilizer into two Such an achievement would bea V/ II over the first story and the second

However, we can grow for our own parts, applying the second half tribute to the known teacher. We ties.) VA en story has three good-sized bed Klondyke, Excelsior, .

use In odd times. It Is likely that about two months after the first. know many faithful teachers, Losses ( I and rooms, each with ample closet slonary and all leading

we would waste the time requiredto Cutting out of dead wood on whom we could readily name, who Losses lawn. space, and two tiled baths.

trees should not be started have reached, or are rapidly f rietlea. Prices right
grow these crops anyhow, so young approaching - One bed room has a fireplaceand
that if we produce them we will until after the first flush of growth the time of life when Exemil \V''\ \ : ) \ once ap- access to the balcony over the quality. Plants free froij

:' not have to take the money received has occurred. they will be forced by age to give contd V I ( of: porch.This bed room also has a .

\ from our cash crops to buy food By that time the extent of the up the active work of teaching. 1Exem walls and very artistic little window seat diseases and we guaraii

and feed crops. killing will be sharply defined and These faithful servants of the r I ; shutters flanked on either side by closets. safe arrival of all stoclj

\ If we grow two or _possibly all dead branches should be re- state have served for many years, allowed i I\ / < soft pastel A cellar extends under the en

three, cash crops and hen produce more Into the live wood. Cuttingout receiving'a salary so small that vessel uC' \ is red tire house and here Is located the

the needed food and feed crops we of frost-killed wood in bear- saving has been an impossibility. fiscal ye JI, a bal laundry, heater, etc. v Send for price1st\ 10

will find our financial status at Ing trees should not be done until Many others are following unselfishly control dt1,,\ ; the llv- A large attic Is provided and Is IT'S FREE':

,the end of the year much better the following fall or winter. The in their footsteps. Exemf\\ l I.tll reached from a permanent stair and worth Its weight Inr

than If we devoted our time entirely delay is desirable onac'ouat.. of These are known teachers. We sea Bledi 1 ,\ I the world way leading from the second story

to cash crops. the difficulty of determining the sing their praise, as well as thai kept \1 '\ dinner

extent of the Injuries and the In- of the unknown teacher We call ExemptK'hydroplaW, / '' Arcadia hall.Since the house measures 48 J.A.BAUERJudsonia

ITINTH TO i IIOl'NiWIVKS: advIsability of trying to do the for volunteers who will. assist In t/ Y visitors feet 6 inches across the front alot

work In trees containing large championing their cause to the end erwise o
TRY THESE CANDY RECIPES amounts of sufficient growth. that their declining years may be Exepmt I for two 54 feet Is required.

When cuts are made on twigs or spent In such a way as to avoid private y? \ \ style Complete working plans and Lock Box 33

Neapolitan liar small branches, treatment of the the pangs of poverty and want. Let Its sole Sf\vJ'\ this city. specifications may be obtained fora

Use 2 cupful. of sugar, 1-2 cupful wound Is probably not so neces- I us have a teacher retirement law 1 i" { nominal sum from the ..
companies building
of corn syrup, 1-2 cupful of sary, but when larger limbs are re in Florida that will effect this de- ContrlrAA I \: 15th. held editor. Refer to House H-A-131. I -
cold water, 1 cupful candled cherries moved or trunks cut off the wound sirable end. gifts macf( { J.
or a
whites of II
,t 2 egg oil pepper- should be sealed with some sub- We pension the man who foughtto to any p''1 --
mint, vanilla. lemon and almond will both infection the in OoverntnAu1\' the de 0
stance that prevent keep negro bondage and \\ when the
extract, 2 squares of chocolate, 1-2 and drying out of the wood.A the man who fought to make him jacker oI\\ \/\ :\ \ WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUiCK WILL BUILD
its last
pound of pecans, 1-2 pound of each' number of compounds are avail- tree. We pay homage to him who literary /1 to

almonds, blanched and. browned in able for this purpose, among them fought to make the world safe for educatlOD\\\'f(? of figures State

oil or butter. the one given below, which has democracy. We throw up our hat Where (.\ : \ .
Boll sugar, water and syrup unIt been found to be very satisfactory.Melt for the politician who refused to Return /\\ l
reaches the medium hard ball
together one pound of res- keep faith with those who sleep in Congress /

'. stage, then pour it gradually Into in and two ounces of tallow. Remove Flanders' Field.Ve stand uncovered has a co 1.\ Lverythinhais '

the beaten whites of eggs, beating from fire and after mixture in the presence of medio- courts p{ \ *? York Sun.

constantly until creamy. Add pink has cooled somewhat, slowly add crity and offer diadems of glory 'I v/ vT'ZOl ;
if desired, 1-4 teaapoon-
coloring of wood alcohol and two for and animal
6 ounces physical daring
ful drained of almond maraschino extract or and candled well ounces of turpentine stirring continuously prowess. VH.f ( .:$ to Be Heard in Song

The mixture will harden But those who go dawn Into the 9
cherries If like. Pour into a f\t Great Shrine Convention
on exposure to air and should valley of ignorance and open the
well buttered loaf tin. Repeat the
be kept In a wide-mouthed tightly eyes of the blind still the pangsof A A (
recipe but add walnuts, vanilla and BUJCIfiroll
; corked bottle. Applications can bemadewith and visIon
I superstition inspire a .. ..
lemon extract. Place this whitelayer w YY't
.F .s i. : .
either a swab or brush. of a new heaven and a new ?? ;
the in the leaf tin.
on pink All cuts should be clean and earth, we reward neither with homage d .L
Repeat the recipe again and add
smooth and branches that are partially nor economic securtly In
melted chocolate five drops of oil
girdled by cold lesions their aeclinlng years. She,'who $1195-0.6.
of and almonds. Place ,.
peppermint should not be left, since such lesions can quicken a soul or inspire an ,
the brown layer on the white. Sot
are liable to become Infectedby Intellect is greater than he who
away to cool. Coat the top with
tile wood-rotting fungi. can take a city or direct a cor
chocolate. Remove entire loaf

so that the pink layer will be on KXTKN8IOX: IIVM.KTIK poration. You may have thought that you cpuldn't buy
Here's to the common variety
top and coat the rest of the loaf. POUI/THY IIOITHKM:! Buick for
!o..' of school teacher who seeketh not a as little as #1195-that you would |
'. Cut In slices like brick ice cieam. HAS 1IHKX: : ilill'IIINTEDGainesville "
This makes five pounds. of delicious her own nor behaves unseemly have to pay considerably more for Buick
but who see visions and dreams
and beautiful candy. It well Fla., Jan.--Florida I
dreams for other and finds quality. .
coated with chocolate, it can be poultry growers who are Interested'
her happiness In their success.
kept in perfect condition for !several In houses and equipment for their
M. L VT, The truth is of
weeks. This secret of success flocks will soon be able to secure that you can: have any one
The North Carolina Teacher.
with candy Is slow cooking bulletin 45 of the Agricultural Extension three popular Buick models at this figure-a

Otmiy Pudding Division, which gives The war between man and insects

Use 6 cupfulls of white sugar, :2 I I I much Information on these subjects never ceases.. It goes on 24 Sedan, Coupe or Sport Roadster-all of them,

cupfuls of water 1 cupful of vine- The bulletin was publishedIn
hours a day and 365 days a year. cars of true Buick
gar, 1 grated; cocoanut (or 1 can June, 1926 but the supply has If left alone, insects would take quality.

of cocoanut), 1-2 pound of seeded been exhausted for time. The 4
some possession of the earth In a com ''I '" 1 4 You
raisins 1-2 pound of broken pecan -'bulletin Is now being reprinted, paratively short'time, say scien 'f'' a '+ nw have always.wanted a Buick--and today'sBuick

pound meats of, l crystallzed-2 pound of cherries cItron ,1-4 1 and with will many be additions ready for and distribution revisions, tists.has reached Here considerable In Florida the propor fight I : -t ,'nY('(i-A"wgvlgTTRnr,7-: -;.,.. ('P.o' lO --p I surpasses all previous creations. See it-

teaspoonful of lemon extract. shortly. tions. Those who are not keepingup MA f) U'y i l rtt"'Jft.J.-'Mo"/ than ,' some wonderful chanters to rentund drive it_and own the car you have long wanted '

Boil together the sugar, water In this bulletin, N. H. Jkfehrhof with the latest information ; m..df'j! V\\\.gaNtzdtaW:\ \ ar chant Caluurnia and up. North in r<

and vinegar to 254 degrees F, or extension poultryman, discusses should send to the Florida Experi- .n.ta fA i11(1"\ oy mane Dakota while the Mafia rem fm SEDANS 1119) to 11993 t COUPES *11!5 to 1850

the "hard crack" stage in cold the different types of houses giving ment Station for Bulletin 183 on al'...C I 1M\ 1 m*if Ooitcoinr I Chant what home tlyncopateri talent .on win demonatriM do SPORT MODELS $1195 '
to 1 J2J
water Pour onto buttered pans. the advantages and disadvantages Citrus Insects and their control. "f', will ///t/ "'f Ohre i. enternniUt patrol and drum corp. thousand ot al

When cool pull until white and of each. All factors having nrrfn r I'l'It"' detA" .e". t uniformed mea ot itandlng will feature All rica /.a b. Flint, MILL, govmmM lam to be added
lay on a marble slab.Vork IntoIt bearing on the house are also tak- The commercial pecan belt of .n it the '', ll/tr/tJ\ t \o\iictn' Ancient. the glowing and colorful event. 1M O.M.A.C IIUMC ploy lh e moM dftlrmblt.U Malfabl*.

the cocoanut, raisins, nut meats, en up. The location with regardto Florida Is In the northern and ,unt XIRi7( 1)1j'eIn., 'n"c Henry J Smith of Miami will nave

ctlron, cherries and flavoring. other buildings, drainage, teed western part of the state extend- t 1'1'' r \ Y i tY( bi. lvil 1 I a tad charge of tbe musical end ot tbe pro- REGISTER MOTOR CO.

Turn into a buttered cake pan covered supply and water supply are dis ing southward to about the latitude "m A tell' \\ I of. tAA treat 118CIOO.' gram Arrangement for the convention

thickly with powdered cinna cussed. of Gainesville. t"er. 3nterr A/'/ VI. 11Ah\ Wbl\ n. a tnuee an long oeen thoroughly organtved ":
13 If P \ It e1 ene chanter o' committee in charge ot STARKE, FLORIDA
mon. Chill 24 hours. Turn out Essentials of a good house as ou-t '
The Pink oleander Is hardier '\ r"'v'f thAm'1abOa" of 'In" each detail J O Phillip I* chair-
onto a towel wrung out of hot wa- lined by Mr. Mehrhof are as follows .."
ill t ctyAa1 rh.
than the white. I \JAI fl1ftln" man the committee on registrationOeo
ter. Any other flavoring may be : economy, convenience ventilation ."N' 71, '\It\jf the man 01 B Snort 'llrect a committee
Rollins Colege Is said to have
substituted for the vanilla and le- protection from heat and cr 11if'I\ I 1 ltytene_ : w11) Only Otttr WhIch will arranje for the entertainment Y I

mon if desired. This candy Is cold, protection from vermin, sanitation the most beautiful setting of any .,',: I r t(";""1I.oJ'-: c. ot the recorders ot tbe lei On Scratches or Skin Abrasion*]

very rich and the recipe a very old sunlight, sufficient space college In the south. t tdr s VI ,v.;rtb'' Cif t\l.n III",.,. Shrine I>mpl.-.,throughout the couo-

one. In olden times sherry was for fowls, and dryness. The largest cooperative orange ,.t c. ,,.J\I!/ At.1"I,1'fi'(1)! it*! won- 'cry A C. Hancock U lce-chalnne r -an antiseptic should be used to infect
used for flavoring. The bulletin is well grove in the world is found'near t n pat's/:( ', tl!%-,** pas tnao' ot the committee wbk-b will arrange prevent
Lake Wales. I. :ht. oritlnm I A\ ,A AI\I1' Ol I Alsby! She '. tour for the delegates and vtiltont tion,insure quick heaI1ng.Therefore,remember to

Fort Myers I: said to be the photographs showing differ .. V.\'tti'v'\/"' gold\ ( away e.w throughout Florida, and to Havana
birthplace of the ent type houses and many drawings Ida farmers and' is based entirely "II.,! rb' __II"-r\" \f rntnllnf ot ana other point L'. L. Stapp I II to

having invented phonograph the device, Edison In- to show In detail the construe upon Florid conditions. It will 7:ct I <11 iI",,; IIY Vas ,Area.r charge of the committee on traruportation Use ISc5>Bl BfS at Once!

his laboratory lion of various kinds of equipment. be found very helpful to farmers i.'. ': h4\ fbi \JAtr1 rromOiegO Special trains will come from

DeLand Is there. Rills of material are also given so who are considering building poul 'C'. n1 : "f'fy.; ti /1\1\ : ..uMI all leading points; the Florida Bait Borozonc Liquid a powerful antiseptic:,deartae cuts

Athens of Florida.known" as "The that with a copy of this bulletin a try houses In the future. A postal 0 Y: 4 AnYiill\ 1",1\" \ nd reprolAAb Coast Railway hat convenient parking and wounds and kills germs Borozone Powder

The -.aryman can construct much of addressed to the ,. ': \, ,," GkAptere lilt Any space for 1.600 Pullman The City appUedafterthe( liquid,hastenhealing.Jeepbotb handy.
University of Florida has the necessary equipment Agricultural Extension r.r.n :!;Vf\\I \ td slit everyone In of Miami which license all hotels.

an enrollment of 2,51)0.( The bulletin Division at Gainesville will .. ,., is written for Flor- y
bring a copy of this. bulletin.R oia ::.-a! y Y' 0tW, 4u "mien are and. accommodation art ample.

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'IIiittit5OM. who allegro. In their rnNldeme
\h. l tn allluiti int '
Inklh.wn Quaht.tNW
4 ). ,
ay.rn bill of complaint now on tile
Winter Sports and Full of Thrills Hereby 'UN' l I. wlv.ni hat umlorand I' 'Ifl ttld ,iauM*.. that they are the own- .I,1 wu unable t. uxiurtaln the theiii KiiHi: ... HundredHundred r.nnl"l. \Im ,
Dog Derby I l b%' vji'ua' of that ,ertaln writ "r of tho f"i> Hlinple thin theieto, 'al"t. ,.,0'1 t"'f. ". itolIth Two Elah

of execution l...\i..tl out of And tindor ''I .,..d Fray. for a decree removing"" I l I.. therefore ordered. that mild tired. lathtv t (' i4'ee5 thence Wst-
the hl.1I.d) seal or the judge i "IO\l.d.. quieting title thereto and Five light .
non-reladent ($02). feet
I of lb. County' Judtfe'n Cuurt: In and f..oyer clearing and confirming I the imd each of t be auove nmmd the Heotton line: then North ?w i I"..
them ami
tut Bradford County, KlorUla. on tltlo to said land. to complainants. are Eighty < 2S0)"ft to 4r'

'V. .. ,;: %', the' 6th tiny of. Jan'iary., A. I).. 1028 i ftna him. and decreeing holds that the cornplalnantii of hereby complaint required filed to. In 'l.ear above to the atyl-bill Place of be.lnnlnl a* above de-th. "
on that certain Judgement In favoior a rood and ulllclent ---'
'''. r,... : 01a!? "" on or before the th. day arlb. :
HaK .r At Holme Cunipuny: a corporation nlmpln title absolute In and to of FURTHjilt OROTlllBD
February. A. P. Thai'
unA against, I ,. ... ; lluiiHu in the I
City terko. oreel e1. I.
:, *, defvmlniit I'fiirHiK tUlle lOUt day ul Vi>'kl tiny and all claims rlirht. title ford 1'...untv Staty Week tour consecutive t tI ts
.-\..... >" "1 Nov. A. 1>. 1 lif. And ....'-"rd..d In nr mtereHt of any and at h other per- fit.' nllfgatloiiH, of of FlnrUln otherwise In it newspaper published In wicks llraeii-.
.. rierkM ntt\c\ In PM"ll<. K..c-i.rdii th"l I ,%,,ns> firm. and corporation. therein. of complaint will ha. the unit bill ford County Florida. .
...... ""., Bradford Bounty: FhoiiI| l 1... and In IT IS THRRRPORU: ORUBUKn bv tho .said tn"tn an .conrfaaad DON1O AND
eurUrtm. with ftald Jtitljrvnient I Hint' you the aald' defendant named much f them who II.'ndll, or fn "tark.. AT OIIAIIlflhiItd. -.
m>i>"ur at ..
FlnrlUn. this
have l levied| upon and will .nell to or not named known or unknown Raid time and place, th 17th d.y of t.
the Mirn: "Kt wild D e..t !Miiiter for cash nlinont! ", concealed noil-resident or a milt to foreclose a ""11 b.-lnif and, Deember ina7
'-< M '
:' on Jloiulny, Feb. ttth. 1928: duringthe : nthorwlae do appear to the bill of cancel instruments Kl\en.rlll'a. A. Z. AUKI18.6t.I.3 /
f legal tiour-a of unto thereon. In complaint so exhibited against
you to thn making and .
: I of
recording' said
,, \ ; ., ) ;.:. ", f,3: flout of the "South' for of the Court "" OTt before Monday the CHh day mortgage, which mortgage la. a lieu: -
4 House of lirn\ltor Bounty In $tnrket'leridS of KVhrnarv, A. D. Ib!*, before. t h.. ,,\tt therein dencrlbeil. In thi-
I tedliila 'Mi'nit ('..urt of Uradfnril, lln'l. NOTION)
tn" followIng d ascIi County Count On of Hrudford and Clay, In
lying arid boinir in UraJfordComity. 'i loil PPoo' lOLIQIV RA/O 7E"RH : Florid* to-vrt| : i.mplalnt.. MO exhibited. avrnliiHt you, I In further ordeied' that thl I
Lota S kol l li Add A strip 9 feet riillliiK,, xvhtrh. a Decree\ of t his. court l In, .iiubllwhed. onrn n weak* orili'i for In. !,!the, Circuit' Court of the Twin.
wide off the $-,uCh 8U1. of l.ot 4, all will.I I He iMitiTid ngalnnt you... four, week In the Mrndlonl ;( Judicial Cirolt. In SItu for
In Block; li In JjlvlnitDton, Truliyami Bhe Hrndfoid County ..I. :r".h.' I I..nM..ltve" r""h. a wookly rldtul'd County. Florida In
("'ixnpHi'f'ii' '" Addition' to tho townof ,HillIiKhed, I In itt ark... Urndford eon n ty I I newMunix'i publlnhsil I In $tinvko. (
MtHl-Kw. Jl'IOtll-, Horliln. IK hertiliv debtanated" aH the llrailfi'iil: County, State of Florida.: George Heber Welter.
Salil: IOn le ...hail be mitrta under and liewaiaiu'r" I In which thin I nntlce' and 1 initu nnd orditreil. this ITtli day ... Compl"lnant,
by virtue of mthl cHi...utlon* and forth i.rder ahull I lie published once a week of Deuember, A. l>, 1 17.U .
.. puri'oov of Oft tint yln\ 1C' said Jiurtfo-. for 'four coiiHi'ctitlve week W. j\L.l>HHUIAN I Florida Lall.1 anti Immigration
int-nt. and obi"t"V. W ITNKNH' mv hand a* clerk mill (HIsAt,) cieik Circuit "'our). Coenputny. a corpo..aton. lit
; j J. 131'PKVISON.;; !\ 'I.t, MIO..I.or. I t"". nlu>ve named. -court KNICIIITA KNtti I1'I' 3tnrke. I ale
Shi'ilff of fltuilftml Cuu'ii(5'. Florida.B lists. the tilt dnv of January A. 11.. for''omllal..nt.IIIa i (ledof ite.ticp by Pu11..U..
!ol"lorl Ltutltei.
M. JOllNH.AtU 1 ijas.: -_ j 1. Ful..r. Id.
? ; >rnjMrfot_ rinlntiff I. -6t.3.3 (l. w. ALD12R3IAN] 1.8.10O'I'U Fuller\ Jauia.. ( .. Aory brnma. illsng -
74N -- clerk Circuit Court 1 ram SI. 11.lnl. inns

CLaJltK'S1\ \ ('. \I, it'ATE3ili'T; : ( KTCAI.: ) nrndfoid, Counly. Florlila.. Hleln.Ynllf' ,\. V"nl .nd J"hn
- 1 r ::ii-: I :> I] eIn I atilva' ,
CJIJo.'t'\:. F :\I.f! *V S* V I\14Vo. *..d. the
I '.. __Coniplitlnnnta. unknown heir. il.-vUoen:
Monthly Ununelnl statement ofRradford 1, -__-____________.____-- -I-6-5t-t-a- I I Circuit(Circuit Court,Ilradford Twontv-SUth County.i ludlrlul ,- and"'iiiiir grttnteos. Mmma of K. Fuller the Hiild, ..LiIth'i': 11.
county fur the month of I..' Mary MlllVliiV
Florida I In .
: \C'I'.at'C! : Chancery.Itulty 1. Hh"nl
l).ocember.n 1227.eiteee1. _. Wallace, Mary' HI.lnM, You",,, A. hll.!.
'. Fuel "
Hal. No. 1., 1ia7! : -__ 3S7 8SUncelptH Notice In herrbv! fclven that under Complainantva of"h! m" J '. Itial .or ,'it tier

quilnir n
\\nrrHiitH duritiK month _I5t2llal. <$ il.ivree of forai-luxure made and r..". \11'r.1 lowing described In ml*, situate In
Peo I. 10J7: 201.94Fine : 'iereil. on January 2nd A. I). Uiadfi.rd ,
-- JPI: It county. Florida.
: apuenrlntr bv: % I : '
; a nl Fetetlttpre Kun h/ H"no'obl"' A. V. Long Judirn at the Mil In :HIM 11\"lvl Ilta."ho,1In 1 I.ole (..v.n (7)) anal { to.wl
llal Nov. 1. La21 427.OHReceipt I II lie, lOlRhtli! fUock ( >,
J tid Circuit
; (. k'Iitt of >l Mi>r- HIM lenlflenie. of 'hVutt'teui'H ileire Inunknown "U" : 1.01.. T.u, (1o).
''''''.$ (o. JiiM ,,,ltlh __ J 381..31'Va..rlll.t" lOH. It lal'1 \
< I to Thnt theieIM ;
complainant u
.( < 'E6 ; :. ; : ::: Hal. 110" dllr"t"th 1., 1(127(' -> ._- 1X7.76 657.73 "rui'la Stlth I JuOlrlnl A. Z Adkln I t'lrcult. Jud.r"I Hnidfonliiunly. of tlio no (I..r.u. i In the Stain t of I Ik I,,1..I..n: < t17.( I (8. "i. "l";(11.1 lf 11
; nuwn of 1"IOI'hh"1 : I.
'I I. '-" < : ':;' : :: : :. _._ : ) H.rM.I fUllllHill. "Florida who la dlHriuallflvd upon .. 8lIul..I. I Ihe I I I bit I"I'II n :. il: II: "I ;Jllt'h: town:i
Nov. 24J7.41i'elpt" In of "
L im lu nrt that certain, ,
entice whore. .. In I hIM milt. plat th..rpd.
ov/S ORT.E". duHnut month := 101.31: In Hiadfoid, ,111 A luo l"cO'lng- .1i
c//r.S.n { County tin a k, a roriitlun THKIlKFOllll( ORDl'llKIi: : I II ( '
arrnntH during, month. ,",> I I IM ciiniiiliiliiaut I nnd Jullnn I 1' I Hie 1* HIIlit do I I of HouthaaHt Quarter ( SOjUY! Itt" l ,g
dog has his day ls an apt Ual, I)., J. 1. 1021 -. .. ZBJ4.7B t l., I'y"k, ('iii ri' L. 1'nek hU wife nndf to Ihe (,WIII'r"Volnl'* ( I 'In till np.iI.'nl' HonthwiMit Quarter (MV45) of Se,-.

and If there Is any plar 1! I in the; ()<*l..tn,>idl>ir J'ueuudriti .\ I K. .ld\vai-ilK! nre ilfrinnlnnti.. i ii.- ,.1(11ccat StarKe,.tl Florida;: on or befi I I ton .. (at), TownShip, I i I
NOV i. 1997 ta.it UniliMxlKnvd: BM Special Master will I >ii> Ath. A. I I IIlijx ,,11 I (6). ,,iith Uan" Twenty-tcv"
f where dogs bave the it day. It isHe ItHceipt dUrlnir. month 'c t'll fur citnh, to tho. hlnhouL\ Mini 1 Item JI""dnV1: Ftfbrnary tha HllogtHtliniH 1. I i; ) Jaet; ant

old fortified town uf Quebec i Warrant* dijfltii month .I.h.I III trout of ih. Court i lloime oil: uI Hill will I 1'.. taken an eonfvxHed 1'I I A'i"w'. ,'i.\t. "/ the Northwe.t. quivr
: haL DfC 1. 1817 .: 22.43
husky dogs have uot only their IlntdforO Cuunty, by I Hie nltl defntulant.* I : Section Tw.-iity-eliiht
but days and the these \inikw'a. I'oiKliinHal. 'j.i. '' ' monopoly
Nov 1. im ?l7lIjHiellit l 11. IHl'X.) durliiK, the leiriil hours ...f 1 I I. publlnhed i I once a week foi, I 'w"nly-two (aa) East described a'
Ures establish in oonvetsatlon.i duHiiiT: mouth IS':84 '1.,1.' '. for the !liurpoRe nf sat. isrying i iiimeciitlve I week. I In llrndfoid, rIuhiOws.. : 11'Nlnnhli! *' lh.* Norlh"
\\iiiurntH d\iilntf inviitli 248.BOBui .i nl iii l Final I fnl' I treat Co.
i columns and time devoted tong HHCIKI' tlio i follnwlnw" di>- County Teleimiph. b puhltvhud litKluilto. qhlttrtsr -
them tor hours while in the l)eo. J, 1927 _- 63.55gti4'hihUrl 'landn.. lying and being 'In Flildn.W (SV14) ot Northwest qhiartu.r
I Pun i III-a< I Clay co"nllftH' H0'HOllKIMn.lS '1'PNHHH Hit. hand nt (1. I (NWi iinnlng I thence i'lust Five
!jat Quebec. is quite remarkable. 1 Hal. Nov. 1,.1 :2J: -. -- 291.74Lt&'elptt4 dn. Tt"W'T'! : iiiuii, Cleik 1 and the I 'V.hl'r" I "'"'>''ed lOUht (BOS) fe(1\ thence

day bits most surely corn. In GEQQCir CH 'VQErrF NAlO P0fJ5 itu.. lluir ,tn<>ntli 1J1.34Warrniitu : I I :. .OF\ PROPERTY 7X: mult his. I Hie 2nd day.of Jwnuaiy.l South Two I 111,1'1)1 I ElglUv (KHOIvi'i
{porting world and dog derbys, during month 1 l11l\.I..HII. ( ('"N'l'V, FIOIHnA. .\. >. 1 2S. f..I, ; Vi"'Je. Flv" H'lndrod
UiiU. Pei1.. ll 27 _-_ -_- 413.08 Jjot 0111:. Two Three Four, Flv (1.V.. AM>FRMANSUA1. !\ : : ( .. to the Hoot Ion line;
in England. are now the vogue\ mile and the race Is held Irrespectiveof the triple-track toboggan slide Is oni ....".11..11' Pond Six. seven and Klitlit. anil Two frnntiuiml ( .) Clerk (' !Jrl. I thence North 'l'wo lun.lro.I Ifllglity
Jucbec Dog Derby Is one of the weather. of the fastest In the world. ..l. Nov. 1. liii)iT '.66 lots on the Went aide of t the- A. 8. lh'lul Cutt I. I tlio pioti] of ;

ndlng events of the winter sea- Quebec la a colorful And romantic During the winter sports' season llxcelpta tl'lrl"lt rrtonth above. iIo'i'I lied lota. nil I I he ahuvn. f.I'llol'"IA\Vf. Complainant. WIIKHh-AS.I : the Snmnliflnsnt.
WurriintB dUt-lriM! : month -- be In ir In Hlotk. "1\\", arrnrdlnff, W- l-O-St-S-3 CleurKu Heber Weller, I having Illeii,
February. city And the quaint narrow streets are the Chateau Frontenac Is the centei Ilitl l 'et'. 1. 1 9f7 -. 7.S9 phalli or pint of Jnn...n addition to I Ih. In tile ntiove: entitled: cnumi his

It Eastern International Dog Sled most delightful In winter when the of all gaiety everything radiatlni STATK OP FtOmtA, Town of Htiirltu, FlorUIn a. I the worn bill of complaint, fr the
was started in 1S21 and since picturesque building emerge from from there. It Is a tiny village within Ur.idford. fouiity fn>c. 81"t11921J | HMIIIB' fi PI'n i In I the current rocorclxnf 'U.I..1 nutating of title of theIIIM hereInahovu -
that the r" : .
heret>y cftrtlfy Iore- \ : .
lifts oeen an annual event Its huge drifts of snow. Many of the Itself where the Inhabitants are OB goIng ..tatettt e\1t of the receipt and an MraiUord uiidlvldfd i County.flfl,0-t ha If Florida I liilcrcut Aluo ed for d..rlh..d.pruoas Alnll..l the"" pray de-

; are to stimulate winter eport carts and wagons are brilliant reds pleasure bent and those who seek Warrants I I".ue" Hlcttlnut the funds unil to tha following i demrllied 1. In In I Ih" Circuit Court., l'wenly-istii- fendants use above :

e northeast region and to Im- yellows or blues, and houses are oftenIqually will find keen enjoyment in the winter of Hradford.. rounty for the monthof 'xnd blooka .locntuil. In .1'pek'n addln its- JudUlitl (''h''III.. Hralor.1 I.' l.c..nh"" l 27. l In true and correct ,-I to the Town of Htitrke State of ", I lhll.c..ry. ordered that) each and: every ol
the qualities of the tonm dog gay Bob-sledding on the old sports and festIvitIes Quebec to I"" .beet. ot my knowledgeand hi t Ihe Northwest. tit, Florida leorica. Heber Wellnr.Compliilnunt. the defendant abova namnd. Honlitnated -
uIhllrter i
(individual or association In Can- city walls Is one of the romantic! with Us old world atmosphere. Ira belief. went oiiarlcr of |Hurt Ion Non ii. and doaorlbed claiming Intere .

r the United States is el glble to sports and skiing over the Plains of buildings of antiquity and Its !leisurely O. W. AtD .:BMAW. eight, (2S 1. Township six ((B Twi'iity-)I. tjiiuthWll The "Florida VM. t/a'nl' and ta In the Property, herelnaliove. 1..

a team not exceeding 7 dog Abraham where memorable battles 'ways 'will lure one. after a Orel Cleric:Xjradford Circuit County Court. I II". ""** 'rw""y-two (22)) Kimt: TO- it ."rl"lllo.Inunh.rlllonl'u"I'nIY. .I 1 .crlh..I.to the complainant'U hereby required* bill to of 111.11

iistnnce,, run Is approximated' 120 were fought. IB another. Then. too. visit. time and time again.. JJy C. A. Knlffht. loin; One. to Thirteen. inclusive. I ) tn! plaInt, on the first .Mondny of .b.
DeputyClerk.' I Illiirk 4..0. fur Ner -' -, .,- __ 211; And all of HlotkH 80 81 82cind '
llriiMk e ,
Jt: nnd lot* a :S I .4 /ft S 7 8 II /.I u C. .n" of *n"A.f1t .
has reflected upon the national political ]'100"11'1 t)" "M" t 1.1.1, .'.'::1I010SAI.,1'.HU'u'r 12 13 and ot block 34. and lots 10 "tubes 'liSle.7'ite I KUiiTimn' OnnrnlD.
: .I.I1\ A l cau..e ( on
\ 7 and I 10 ; .. .15; nnd loin 7811nnd ah..vt..ntll.. 'nm. that be pllbl.h".1
tral America situation. -- Wi>Mt half of lot 1 in I) of I HIM| Hinrk
st Indies Via flrt
\ an! of the coiiiplalnmit. fur an
,,. .... WHKIM'I.H: 1.1".11" I lOtion In Hradrord County Hints of
trUUclll'l' ..TohOflori and all OF PROI'RHTV
F.V.. namm, of St. Petersburg!:, To per. IN '' Ion ugiai I itch the rte- li'torlda
i onca a for
whnt it rotipern: ri.AV COUNT, FLOIl10.flIl... :: : i: .: : w..k fOlr (4)
norm may f.'nuIii n iami.MaySoon Invite Motor Tourists member of the committee was the NOTTCJ3 I U li rePy given I that on I.'h''', Hlx and, Staten of Klnwnloy I li.'I'i.IjI: ui y, .a oorporitLlnu duty, ., prior to rule
ditv, of A. D. known. an. Cook place In lection
the 20th : January 1028. Hit. and, ilium of the # I VVITNESM: hand tire
only speaker of the day to deal tt bOHltienn. known (SOil (1H I )I. "ow..hlHlx ( ) relurl Ih..I'lh mv ami seal of
at the plico anHamilton \ 61. Hmilli of I lltiulford County, t I aid, Court thIn. the .
J.'lo..hll Ihlll" of 1)ceunber -
tlroundnIn UniiB Twentythree (23) I-in.at. aoth-dity
.- Hin.rn I1'1..11ent : wilt of Muintnonn I In 11a1'l'Y A. U. 1027.
with the possibility of a Hepubl- 1..ln. ,
I UradfoKl County, Florldft. at the i 11. I':. KNKIIIT fore iMHiied In nnld, I caiiHe (I. W. ALDERMAN
can menace to the heretofore un. loeatlon where the hereinafter pwr- HI"'lnl' Master 'In cha''vHotloltor cannol 1 be .nerved (n.' I the No"tl thai I Clerk Circuit Court
: Fl. ( .
Ronal vr"t>'rty: Ix nltuated! thereonnalil \ 'tti4WH: the officer and 'awentH Thi. (SEAL) Bradford Countv lcbirIdLiy
,r shaken Democratic trend in Flor ttamptan Hpach Oroiinris, at for Complnlnnnt. 1"lorld.( I,and and 1 11"IKrutol t I 12:00: noon on Knlrf day I will nll'ertor I 1-8-M-3-3 puny 'a a.upora I n u hI h)W i.I D..
ida. Mr. Ramm urged the Democrats sale IU.
to take a firm stand' aud "do mil Tub, 1/nuiChlin Ferris Wheel Rev|I'tng for| the IlaKk amount or 9I 1'1'1'1':11'O'I'U'I.l' : 011'1' I 1.11I1ereIy I the (:'",.1 HU derldlriw. It III thereupon ',; Uollultors, for Complainant.19236t.i2l .

something or we will be mowed duo 11. I... Kile, the proprietor ofxa.ld Oitltl4itllt) That the eea.The ale _
KrouhHn., for "t"r"",,, or rent, In notice In. given that unditr Land, mill
under in the next election. and l hy yin of t'lurhl. Jmmljrllnl
tin thnt
the Bum ot One hundred Thirty-two
ttonii> L'i riurlLt I I : l\ AI'I'I.IOATIO1, Pout el
New Contmlttwnu'nNew ((9133,00) IJ'iUors; und l ftlxo, itnotherC'lsilin lorrea of forecloHure minln by the hereby 1 ieiiilred to : I In the 0'1'1'1 ,_
JiiilKe, of the Twenty.Sixth In..n'I T.tx '":."u;
I which 4a iiiie upon mild Judlvlitl 1 above Court, 'Mondny. thn(1th
members appointed to the property In t1'fI mun of One Hun' clroiiM In anl fur llrndfoid I County, ( nan..1 February' 11121, .- .
committee today to fill vacancies dred thlrty-tln-B, nnd '\.101// (tia.l.65) : .. Florida on the 2nd rlny of ,Inn-, S Ihe Hume belnir I the rule ;Itj Feb NOTicia is insnunr nIV1N. That
ll Ir 3!I. T- \Vutteriioniii.l Urtiv, IU2M. i In favor of Oon. C. Willie Mr M. 10.
) d i)4. : 1U2H a iud I boat and I th..rt ii a. Nl wlrd. Tax
named the committee : 'I\.I ent1nu4'
were by ; shallaccrue and UKiilnHt Victor rlJlY.
for other elatIoN of J. liii nthi''c-h tanil I liii' mill hint Muted iiKiiliiHt It Certllliute- 81. day of Auw.,
as follows: on the xnlil. liomonol' |prnh.I ityhereinbefore A fneii W. llumhrpdtt hiM wife. by tlnorire I I Heber. I I aKiilt 1LI4.! ban tiled earl Itluato I In alt? e/aJ
JAPicAr Ui-m-i-lbPil, to the nut. .. ,ili-fi'nd nit t. The unil<>rHlitned, imSIHM fi the ., W..I.r. 1.lnl to iilllcD and Imd. application for tug
I. Evans Hale Alachua county; of .sale. ''lul I Master w-l-il."*xtUr for auniaI "riMilovi"I cloudM ul"lnl i t the 111. "if,1 thfi devil t to 1..81e th.ruul In accordancewith
George \V. Scofleld Citrus; MorrisT. The "al kf'trub. F..nl.Vh..1. .$tinricFloriilu. rlurlnir tlu li-mil' I. Nil 1.1 :reitlflcate I embrace the foi r
fJ :: : I ilcHrrlbed' I Pt Ii"ii'N I In Hiudfoid -
Forscher Hrevard ; G. 'V. Mc- so to be col'l l I" tho property of Halitgnii hfiui-H. i,f Hnle on'Mondny, Feb. lth, ouim ', Fl"il, Crory Seminole; Tom li. Stewart Jot"l on. 10JR, to the highest and Imxt hld : I In I llradfurd" Cull ii i y. l'lnr"",, towlttNoiHi t
showing how 'only short overwater Jumps separate Miami from any This. tun 4 2tLt duy of December, A. fOtuhsit i the (ullnwilld".I'rlb.iilhrnnerlv """ : loi' Ti"i, CHI I'Jllhl) I ,." ,.l hnl of Northwent, quarter I
part of Went Indies: or Central Amenta Volusla; J. C. Sale. Levy; John T. D 1927. I Ivlnsc: I and, hvlniv I I In I IlniilfuMl (1..1 I Twelve I IU, ), Thllle-en :((1.1) and 1 N ut"'I I C of HouthuiiHt I quarter'
I I Cocelle Indian River; W. W. W. :J. trPKHHON.!\ / l Countv I I"Floilda to-wlt: II.I Fourteen Hloek "<'' all ifllloekn of Nturi Iiw.'et .".rl.r. Huctlon 11.'I'uwt..hlp ,
Sheriff. of Bradford (Bounty The Kntithwi-Mt quarter of the I U. H. 14 I I I J. K. and 1.. 7, I IttKIK
-connecting highway and terry Antonio. the extreme western tip ol Phllllpa Columbia and I. J. Mc- /\ rth- .. 8 E..t
Florida ;" ntf quarter of 8 rtlon 4, 'In |HUK'H| | Hub-dlvlxloil to the town Kit( !) ai-rn*.
Ha that will also make Miami Cuba. Yucatan. with all the tropicallure Call Hamilton. 1!. T.. 1tJ.h.I .' iviwnxhlp 7. South. Hunir 22 MiiHt, of ncfiirdlnir tn huLl thereof. The iiHHemiiiient ,of until property ba11 ;
and Its lore of an ancient civilization L. W ATTBUSONLlener : nonlalnliiff 40 ncren. Jnl..FYil: iIn. .1'lrk."'. Uuiifter CNW'' tinder. the nald certificate I.uel waa
S ..
pteway for motor travel to toe '*. ] of Hunt I ii.'iiet Quarter ( ) "fHoulhweMt In the nume of I 10. I II. : Jt'I
Bndles Is then Just 120 miles away! A few nights ago a fellow tookon ZAU1I H. POITOLAS.! Hiiecla.1: Miixl. tM tjunrtor (SW tl'I He.'- lTnli>B. Hnlil ..rUt.clt.. Klutll be radni -
and Centrnl America Is With this gap bridged. the whole of a lot of liquor and undertookto Attorney for It. Lff Kiln and M. I* M' JOHNS. tlon Twenty-one (C21)) Townnhlp. HiC ineit u<.<.nr'lll1'I w, tux diietl

tint project to be taken up by Central America Is opened to the walk in a narrow path beyondthe Wn't"I""n", __ 1330lt113.OII1)F11 Sollc. 'Itor fur ComplaInant (II). Mouth ltan Twenty-two ( 3 will 1..1.. on the 23rd day tSr
l-6-St-2-n:\ I'lUMt' and of laimary A. I> 11)28.Hated I
l..rprlalng Florida metropolis, traveler. evveH, : Ity .trl.L' .. : I thla 20th of December
Findley Ridge where a lot of or -- --- Also part of the Northwest Quarter day
K opened 1928 with a series of Eastward from Havana another alluring it JA'"O" ) of TweniyelHht A. 1) S
done oil iIit: FOIl !III.IC.I'UOVtn ; NW(4)( H'lnl 12.n.
Vet lebratlng the completion of route for tropical: travel Is to mining was many years ago. (2NI. (0)) Mouth W. ALDERMAN. -ara .

'100,000,000 In ImprovementsIlia be found. Through quaint villages So getting out of the path a little To :Julian( 14n..tu-;:: rjreetlnit.Your : Ituniif 1'w.lty.two (22)) "Kant de- Clerk of Circuit Court.! Until,

accommodation of winter- and long country stretches where the down hewent with a grunt to the ar. liereliy, poirmuvndcd to urt b* cult of Circuit Florida Court, In 28th and for Judicial' IlradfoidCounty. Clp-, .the crlbed'Norlhw n.. r..lh.wl:. .. I"KlnnIJi the nt (HRAL). Uy ford C.County A. KMI' (1"lurll.l I [ o.f
the Circuit
Kg i tourists.B royal palm grows wild and little"bahlas" bottom of a ten foot pit. the bottom and of Bradford apptar O'fore County, Slate. of fl Plon.Ida. ; ; In Chancery. HoutliwuMl Quarter (HVV/4)) of North- 12-2.1-Bt-l-ZO Deputy. ClerkYES

proposed. development 'which play under their thatched covered with mud and water, In rjmncery, at thi Court Houseat corporation Paul itroi hers and, I Incoi(.. I II'tiorafed. PurtrldKe. a ,

By .as been taken up with tbe roots with the family goat the road I and there he stuck not hurt but Htarke, PUirMa on the 6th day of Complainant. IT'
and there tanswer
J83H, I then
feorles of Foreign Relations and leads to Cape Maysl.i, at the eastern "February : VA ,
unable to extricate himself be- to a hill of complaint for ___
M Works In Cuba and Mexico and limit of the Island. Flfty-twi miles Alimony and Oivorop filed againstyou A. M. flay And !Afnry I. flay et nlit.

Kthe la St. Nicholas Mole Haiti. cause" when he went to raise one Mildred C'. 8iindfur.. Defendant We chorqc
United States Department away Cape I by KorecloMure of !Mtirlitnice soul Othi can your
lumerce, would. It Is claimed. do Across the Island three hundred foot the other would sink deeper It \I" further ordered that *thin notice It.II... 8 HRS IHeamdj
the BradfordCountv
pto build aDd maintain friend- miles eastward. Is Cope Engano at and he did not know where he be Telegraph.published.l '' \i. a In weekly newar- IM TI1R: NAMIi. OF THE: STATE? : OFKixmtbA. BATTERY

land understanding between the the tip of the Dominican Republic. A would go to. So the mud. water per publlohM In Stlrke. Florida, for It having: been made to appear bv: STORAGE InSmith's .
fcd States and the republics of scant 89 miles beyond lies Porto Rico. tour weekn. prior to .paid date be- allldavlt
and fear soon sobered up the prisoner with th"* Silt day of JunDo'n ", filed In the above, ulyUd
bal America than all the u.plopow.wows Or a- water jump of only 90 miles mud he could g-lnnlrir I cause that the following flefendanlHhitmed
in enough so 110." 1928.
In the bill of complaint In
0 of the last hundred carries one from Haiti to Jamaica. and (ordered" Starke, Bradford ,
a little and ask the Lord for 1I.ldI..e, are each non-reMldente of
R These Bgures which show bow relatively pray County Florid" thin 6th day of the Htate of Florldu to-wlt' Nl.,"- Le

w Americana probably. renllze near at hand are ports and help; Then a Good Samaritan January.!: 1913. port. J{, nntea. 1\111"I known an N. HteH. ,

jfa journey from Miami: for Into places which have long seemed far came along and pulled him up out (Seal) O.Cleric W, pBBMAM of Said Court. ench 10:.. .resIde and In wife AshevIlle Inttle In l\(.Htnte JoJ.te"J of GarageJ. :

lu. Yucatan. Is little longer distant are held to reveal not only of the mire. Now, we will never 1.6.5ta.= _. -- Ninth Carolina; M. O Itfni'kwpll{ and !

la trip from Miami to Atlanta the plausibility but the feasibility of know whether the Samaritan was -- it-new Wife Tleulah I. Hlackwell, each re- -- -

[la. And from Yucatan-where the proposed West Indian-Central I aide nl Stone, Mountain of little nftjenlKla t
sent or Just happened along.- _
Kdwnrd Illalta and wife
(pyramids of tbe ancient Maya American tourist and trade route. At Dahlonega (Ga.) Nugget. In Circuit Court. Twonty-Slxth' Amy Hnwl..y; Klalla. each reside at ; )ii]

Eatlon antedate. and dwarf tile least they have so Impressed William Judicial' Clioult. Ilradford County, North' Port. Long. Inlan-l, of fltlde t a _
bids o 4-'lorlda.. in C'hanc"ry. r.f New York J.I wllrd IIUIlu trun-
of Chairman of the Latin-
Egypt-the whole of Cen- E. Lester. -
Illrtlix A. K. Carant..i. and Bill Carantia tee, ot North Port, I.'intr Inland, I
Hmerlca beckons. Southward lie American Relationship Committee of C;mt1I..ln"'lIt." cf Hush of New York; Hxiijaniln It. & CO.
kgua, Honduras. Costa Rica and the Miami Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith. v.... lirown Oiilncppe Cavmcnaro James R. DAVIS

ina; to the northwest Mexico and tliat he Is beading a movement to Stance January 1st. a son. james Pickle'. ...t 1-1.,. .J Kennedy. Hannah U In I lit KdtvitrdP.
knla. lveninn.ult $ :. Caftiphell and wife Ida, (I. Camp, jto
link concretely to Miami with ferries ", In nolft I'ttlr. etc. bell. C )oJ. Plnkhnm. Henry "'..I..It.
1 first link in the chain the en. and highways all the sister republics Tampa-Tampa harbor to be NOTICK! TO WIlfl: -i1rANTtf AND I "'I&U."IIU..r, II. WIlson{ tend wife

ling feat that has made Key of the tropical seas. deepened. F.I I Mildred. V. Wlltion, Robert H..h..h. INSURANCEAGENCY I _
Too JaYn8 l'lclfl". Charles Neal Farnham. and wife Hell C.
"accessible to the motor tourist "Aside from travel opportunities. Florida Is a leading producer of Mltchel. Mary J. Mitchell K'lwln "/'Ar"h",". and A. U. Manning True- ,t

My 1s complete. From Key West says Lester. "the proposal holds tremendous Fuller's Earth. B. Ptapl..., ,t>uther P. PullerantI l tee the remldence. of each Alln all ofwhom
vana Is but 108 miles.-'a shorter trade possibilities. From ? Emma B. Fuller his wire. are. unknown snub that thei"
tnce than from Miami to Key warehouses located at Miami. Key IMnellas has the only name of Its Mary I). fH..lrnc and.oran M. U no person In the Htate of Florida ESTABLISHED 1886 :
Illnlnir. h 'f hn,il>aid! : Jacob Johns the ffTvlcM of ftulipoena. 'upon whom :2t I Ithe
If A modern ferry system to Largo or Key West goods could be kind tit the world. ami Mary C. A. Jonrm' hla wife! Sarah would bind the nalil (defendant. or

L* this gap would land the tourist delivered by truck to all the Pan There was formerly a New River e. Hrow SOil M. W.. Hrown her either of them and, that each D fnitld
flew hours In a real capital of old American countries at Uemendoue huoband: V.rV (". :Prown And SjibronUrnwn defendant are .hellnved. In b.. 'STARKE FLA.I -
lior .. J.
k county.l.F.HK1. hu l \.f'\ .w"noni. over the age of twenty-one ycirx nln _
savings In time and a very appreciable Mlllurd I Hrnwn and n ; .". .and that affiant mali le diligentearrh L

tward from Havana. over tie saving In cost. The poe.lb'dltles Wife; Alice I.. John. N. D. H faman. and Inquiry to "" "','rt"ln the I -_ --.- -= I
IIRPOItTTlepor S _ -
( Wright = -
[highway system the government of mutual advantages to the United Jennie Ha/*. rran. AuKUnt renldenee of each of said defendant = -
romi>.any, c.to'.rItU"n: If either .-. -
fcba has been developing a few States and Pan America are: limitless of the Circuit Court In anil Cbs above Arc living or In e itstance f '

ride carries one to Cape B*n ," for Hradford County, account and If dead or not In exlutance. then ," UJWIIiI5I 1
_> nf Taxea ..; ::Adaioc.n; the to hl '. her th.lr .or its heirs legatees. -
I year 1921. .. tees. ".. ..I..e.. .. aiirces'rN. .
was elected permanent chairmanof JJ. W. Hayem.. Ta. Collector. I"K"I repres.nta(1V1's.. or a..la-n. and
psua County C'nnntr .'....p.r tn all p"ran' h flfma and corporation -
the gathering to Succeed Robert To Bal. due Nov. 1 111:11.: __ IJJI/ ?.'*? *, whose. n..",.. residence or i tISJ4.
Hy amt. collected .__ I145! place of bttnlnera. I I. unknown to
Kan Made Head Day!*, whose death occurred To bal due Jan. 1. 1933 1272J.10Aarlraltaral enmplalnanU, that are lnteret.. those certain. piece* or pan-el of
i during the year at hla home Iq Tn bal due Nov 1, U27 14/11.9./ land lying .n Of Democrats By amt. collected -_ ._ _- 124.44 t Hradrord. .- u..ty. Stat. of Florida _
Gainesville. S. W. Clark of Cal- To bal due Jan. 1. 1928 .-..- 1272.69 known and icrlbd as follow, to-

houn lined E county, was named secretary To bal. due Nov. 1, 1IU7 __h s \920/ .B!) Heclnnlna'; at the Northwest- .
Ktwutlvw; Committee PI"("- of the organization. by amt collected ___ u. -- R024.1I11 flee of Tvtnbl* Avenue or State road I
K put-on for Sleeting.iksonvllle. To bal d". Jan 1. llU 7895.61 '>timli...r l$ ant Pratt utreet. and
Governor. Is Speaker Wid.....'* Vrmmtnm Fand run We.t MonMr the North line of
--'- To bal due. Nov. 1, 11121 ___ 1401.9S/ Pratt utreet JJ4 fe..t to Lake street

Dec. 30. The Following the business matters Fly amt. collected. h____ __-_ 129.... or ander on l"n., thence Northorly.
Ha l To bal. due -__. _______ ___ 1272.81 along the tfttMllne) of I..ike street or I each _
Democratic which IT executive were dispatched In short Eat. .OW' a1
com- order t'nnntT aVhoolTo. Sanderson litni. H4 feet; thence .' .. -wuhj'
fc prepared here today for Its Governor beE due Nov. I. .111 _u .2RIU.94) on a parall"! line With Pratt pireet l-Iont anil Y.rd., U..I.l Clr. 3".1I
I Martin who recently By amt. collected __ ____ 2558.70To 1 :J4T feet to Temple Avenue or Ktateoad
eetlng with the election Clf announced his candidacy bal. due Jan. 1. 1927 _u _($460.20> number 12. thence South along;

rnanent chairman and other for the United States fe.. era to I senate To bal due Nov. 1, l)27. _-_ 77209 !stat" Road Kumbxr 13. 152f.t to LUMBER
nil vacancies. Theg against Park Trammel la the next By amt. Collected __ _- __ 44 Of point ot belr. I 1\"1"11'. the same being
today was termed by lead- 'i primary election delivered the To bal. due Jan. I. 1928 729.OO in the flo..t"| ..... quarter of North.wist -
ps Total flab-drkoel qu..c..P. *n<< the 8outhwefquarter
an organization meeting I' keynote addresa. To. bat due Nor 1, U27 ___27410.1. of the Northwest' quarter of
the prime purpose of stlmuR Governor Martin admonished By amt. "collected ________u 1-29.03 auction Ttr.nty,..lht (28), Township Fran.., siding, Sheathing, Flo..lng. FlnUh Rooting, HhlnKlm, Lathe. Brick, Lime.
To Bal due Jan. t, 12 ____14 31.1 "Is: (*). 9oatn Rao ire Twenty-.
co-ordination and interest I Florida democracy to "carry on to Total ..a-B>bl _.... two (22) Pest, flontalnln one acre: Cement, I'la-iter, Doors, Windows, Anphalt Hlilngle. _,,'toe Shln le.,
M e gathering; which will be greater goals of Ills address To bal. due Nov. 1. 1)27 __104211 mora or leee. .
la progress. By amt.-collected __ ________ "4.111'I'v I ORF.J'11'JNN' T" "u .IIA! each of yourfntlflad
dealt largely with a reviewof "......"IS. a' :f..l': \'l.-n.' 41'.1. ,. .....r.bf that you have OUIl TRUCKS CJ'N DIREC Yl .

[ B. Stewart, hf P'etl1andJlla! the state admlnfetftUftra' ,_ tit I ;, 1fistmh Jt"U' ,i'.eait'vwt48. " 1 tivt:. brought py A. K. Carantsas" and Bill -1.. IL ..-. _-. __ __ -_-_ _ _

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to pay for Mr. Jackson's services rage belonging to F. E. .Carr, of save the larger structure the two lag to the owners reconstructionwill directors for the ensuing year and

'aJ. were secured on pledges from thla city, late Friday afternoon, streams of water were diverted but be started Immediately. to transact such other business ad I,
some thirty business men. If it Is Jan 6th, quickly destroying that may come before them.
the dry pine trimmings had already Within a short time the contentsof
desired to c atlnue the existenceof structure and spreading to the It. J. II. flitch, Cashier
became the building had been transferred -
the band some means of financ- building In which were housed the Ignited and from '
to the business block formerly
tgl/lehr ing must be evolved that will not postofflce, general merchandisestore there the fire spread to the ven- NOTICE OF" STOCK.
occupied by the hardware store of
put the entire cost on some few and living quarters of the tilators and thence' under the roof. Harper Smith. Uninterrupted ser- HOLDKKS l\nfTI; ;
public-spirited men. Money spenton family. The loss was variously Practically the entire town rallied vice
was given Saturday in the
a band by a town is money well estimated from eight ''hundred to to the scene and all of the Notice Is hereby given that tb
postofflce and business
Phone 29 spent and concerts given on Sat- fifteen hundred dollars none of goods including express and mall as usual. was resumed regular annual meeting of thl,
urday afternoons would prove to which covered from the postofflce, was quickly
was by Insurance. Miss Martha Sue Brock returned stockholders of the Bank of
.' be one of the best drawing cards removed from the buildIng. flu Stark!
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Tues- will be held in Its banking
merchants of Starke could provide. room
spite of the dense smoke and the
I RI<=ClTAI. AT QUIGLEY HO.MK I 111th. INMAN: INTII: : TAIVHAI'TiHM the middle of the afternoon he flames which broke through the day, Jan. 3, after having spent the in Starke, Florida( on Tuesday
:MRS. ICOIll.VSON IINTICH-} : holidays at the home of her
><)\ HIIIIKJH had set fire to the and leaves
grass roof at the rear of the building a January 17th, 1928 at 7:30 ,
Mrs. p III
Wm. Pierce
Twenty-five/ guests were assemb- back of his garage In order to pro large part 6f ''the furniture was to elect a board of directors
Eighty people were served at u
led at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. U. M. Inman was hostessto tect his property from spreading ,carried down' from the second a
:Mrs. J. C. Robinson hostess waffle
was supper at fheVoman's Clubhouse ensuing year and to transact
.. J, T. Quigley last Thursday eve- the afternoon Bridge Club at woods fires. A few minutes later I floor. suet
to the afternoon club Tues- Thursday, Jan. 6th. The
bridge he called Into The fire In the other business as may come betor-
her lovely home Friday afternoon. was the store and store was final
ping, when honored *
they were proceeds will be used for the
day at her attractive home Cut pur- them.It. .
returning found the garage building ly extinguished by forcing water
Three tables were arranged
chase of
with a rare entertainment hi the a bell for the church
roams flowers were arranged artistically i which was also used for the through the ventilators at either I R. J. Davis, Cashier
bridge and the were deco- Mrs: W. A. Wilson returned to
form of ft. recital of the Greek ilaa- about the rooms three tables be- storage of kerosene and household end of the bullulng. A large dam- '
Keystone Heights Sunday Jan. 8,
sic, Ingomar, rendered by Dr. and ratted\ In keeping with the winter goods ablaze. A quick alarm age was done by smoke and waterto NOTICE OF HTOCK.
ing arranged for cards. after spending a week at the homeof
Mrs. Edwin Southers, who are season, Tallies lu valley Illy design brought the hose cart to the scene the furnishings; and interior of her brother-in-law Dr. B. C. HOLD Kits BIIETI\C ,

pending ''the winter in Starke. directed the players to their places.At Dainty tallies were used and and two streams of water were the building, although the largest Wilson, of Jacksonville.
the close of the progression, fancy candles were on the tables played upon the flames. he part of the household goods were Notice Is hereby given that tt,
; roma were appropriately during the games. At the end of i Ignited kerosene and other inflam- carried to safety. NOTICE OF STOCK.IIOLDKRS. regular annual meeting of Ib, '

decorated with mosses and greens a dainty hand-embroidered center the progressions, Mrs. R F. Demo- able materials 'stored in the garage Total damage to the building, MEETING: stockholders of the Lawtey Stan!

: in correspondence to the natural piece was awarded Mn. L. Wyman rent was found to be holder ofhigh produced an Intense fire, which furnishings and household goods, Bank will be held in its ban kit

: setting o* the play The Flower winner of high score. As second score and was given a lovely quickly wrapped the building in and to the garage and its contents, Notice Is hereby given that the rooms in Lawtey Florida on Tu.! .

Song ao piano accompantent was high a hand-embroidered cup tow-: land-painted bonbon dish. Hold flames. The nature of the blaze which were a: total loss, will be in regular annual meeting of the day January 17th 1928, at 33: (

el was presented to Mrs.' J. C, l ng second high, Mrs. E. M, made it impossible to extinguish the neighborhood of twenty-five I stockholders of the Bradford p. m., to elect a board of dlrecton
beautifully during '
played of
one Johns was the recipient of at the fire. hundred dollars. The building I( Bank
Hoover an was County will be held in its for the ensuing year and to tram-
readings, by Mrs. O. U. Cooper, of Mrs. Inman served a> ,delectable tractive bread board. The flames then spread to the owned by F. M. 'Walrath and J. 'banking rooms in Starke Florida 'act such other business as nit

Macon Ga. shrimp salad course with hot Mrs. Robinson served her guests store building which stood only a II. Mouser of this city, and D. T. on Tuesday, January 17th, 1928, 'come before them.

At the close of this delightful chocolate and whipped cream. Enjoying delicious sandwiches- and hot chocolate few feet away. In. an attempt to.r" Reamer, of Meadvtlle, Pa. Accord-. At .7:80 p. m., to elect a board of It. D. W. Moore, Cashier
evening ,Mrs. Quigley assisted by with whipped cream. Those -
the afternoon Mesdames
were: -
Mrs F. A. Scott Mrs. W. J. Ep-
J. C. Robinson O. L. Beas- present were: Mesdames H. F. I'
) person, and Misses Free Wynn and
Demorest. E. M. Johns, G. A
E. M. Johns W M. Wainwright
ley .
Mae Jones of Hampton, served .
Knight W. P. Randall of Jacksonville -
J. C. Hoover O. L.: Haynes I
her guests a refreshment course of Edward Burns of Cedar Key, I
I C, A. Knight, R. F. Demorest L. .
chicken sandwiches, fruit cake and 0. L. O.
Wyman A. Z. Adkins and Miss Haynes, K. Lewis N.
coffee. Mable Weller. Uernberg, L. Wyman O. L Iteas- ,
Enjoying/ the occasion were: Dr. --- ley, A Z. Adkins and Miss Mable I
and Mrs. Edwin Southers, Mr. and KNIGIiT-UItIGGEIt4 Weller. lei
Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. C. -

,A. Futcb.Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Mr. and Mrs.-S. E. Drivers-of RIIODEN} -M0NTEITII:

Mr. and Mrs. O M. Sistrunk, Mr. Lake Duller announce the marriage -
and Mrs. W. J, Epperson Rev I I of their daughter Rubye Mr: and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez an- oday's.motors demand

and Mrs. R. 8. Carleton, Mr. and 'Alma, to Lieut Daniel Burnett nounce the marriage of their

Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mrs. II. F. Knight on Friday December 30th, laughter. Kathleen AlVarez
Clark, Mrs. O. C, White, Mra. A. nluetee hundred and twenty-seven Rhodes, to Mr. David A. Monteith "
W. Anderson Mrs. O. O. Cooper of Fla. fPhoenixvllle, Pat The ceremony l t'I': ..
Worthington! ,
Macon Ga., Mrs. C. II. Slstrunk of took: ptare- Saturday, Jan>7tlr, at- I, n I T ?""'rll'. ,

Jacksonville, Misses Free Wynn (JITIM) MKIOTINIJ: t ha residence of Dr. Mahon of the .. ,.tI.. I''. \,...' I .. '.". '
and Mae Junes aDd Mr. A C. First,Baptist Church Jacksonville. S AFE oil. I

Sweeney of Hampton. The St. Mark's Guild held Its an- WOMAN'H: CLUB DIEETiNU1b : ;: at" :r ::i;; ,
Dr and Mra. Southers are old nual meeting last Thursday afternoon .

residents of Starke and their many at the rectory. The name of I. : '.In .. J
The Starke Woman's
friends were delighted to again the organization was changed upon Club held .. 0\' : ,. "
see them in their profession. vote of members of gulld-auxil- Its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon -
ary, as it shall be known In the at the clubhouse at 3:30: : : : :
:MISSIONARY MUKTING: future o'clock. Mrs. 0. M. Inman the : '

.Officers elected at the meetingwere prestdent, wns In the chair and five CLEAN !

The four circles of the Woman's as follows: President, Mrs. new members were taken,in the gasoline
Missionary Society of the First 3. L. Beasley; vice-president, Mrs. club. Delegate)' were elected to

Baptist church met at the pas- C. F. Hoover; treasurer, Mrs. J, attend the Trl-county Federationat ,
torlum Monday afternoon. Business Lake Butler Friday at 2:30
L. Frazee; secretary Mrs W. E. ,
left over from the regular Butler o'clock. ;

'circle meetings last week was at- A prayer by Rev. R. S. Carleton Plans for a banquet to entertain -

tended to during the first part of (opened ,the meeting aad the past the worthy husbands and associate -

the meeting. oncers' and committees were given member, were made. This

After the business, Mrs. U. M. a vote of thanks for their splendid banquet will be given January 26. before has your choice that keeps your motor much cleaner.
Thomas was the guest of the so- work. Mrs. C. F. Hoover is to The chairman of music, Mrs D. NEVER

'clal session, the shower of lovely be in charge of the United Thank E. Knight planned a delightful and lubricating oil beenso l-

and useful gift being in her hon- Offering boxes, and Mrs. J. C. musical program for the afternoon, 'Fill up today at the first Pan-Am
:or. Mrs.''O. P. Raymond presented Hoover wll remain chairman of the including vocal solos by Mrs. E. L. important. More explosions per

the gifts' with an appropriate ad- Thimble Circle, which will meet Biggs and Mrs. J. 8. Butler, You be of
mile pump you see. can sure
I which more wear on moving 'a
dress to' "which Mrs. Thomas responded every Monday afternoon at the were very charmingly ren- parts,

.la. a very pleasing man- homes of the members.At dered. modern high speed motors put honest service from any Pan-Am
the close of the meeting a The hostesses for the afternoon ,

ner.At the close of the afternoon delicious salad course and hot 'served delicious refreshments) at new demands on oil and gaSoline. dealer. And you know that the prod.. I i
> refreshments of hot chocolate, coffee was served. Present were: the close of the meeting. About ,.,.:j. i .

.-. sandwiches and cake were served Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mrs. W. E. fifty members and visitors.attended But here is an oil that protects ucts he sells are produced and distributed
to. the thirty members present. this meeting.
Butler Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs. J. -.
InUTIID\Y. 1HNNKK L. Frazee, Mrs. E. A. Towle Mrs.O. Mr. F. L. Filby, chief engineer $ 'your motor effectively; gasoline by one reliable organization.t
M. Stlstrunk, Mrs. C. F. Hoover, State Board of Health, was the ......:
A birthday-dinner-party was Mrs. J, C. Hoofer, Mrs. C. A. speaker of the meeting and his -.

given In honor of Mr. W. F. liar Futch, Rev. and Mrs. R, S. Carle- I talk beneficial.was very Interesting Illustrative as motion wellas

nage eat his home in the Water- ton. SAFE oil
pictures were shown by Mr. Safay
Plans for a benefit card party
the ,
oak section Sunday. Jan. 8th .
of Jacksonville. Mrs.
O. L. .
occasion being his seventy-fifth This dinner were 12th at announced the Woman's to be Club.held Jan Haynes, chairman of health, who ; 'P n-Am motor oil was developed to give Sou '.

blrthdayannlYersary. had charge ot this meeting has modern the G
In-law and motors extra protection they
was given by his son- ('. OF C. \\IM. MEET: HAT. with her committee, done wonderful -
daughters. Mr. and 1lra.V.. II. I'lllMY .AFTKIINOON: I work during this short timein need because of higher speeds, increased '

Grover and Misses Edna and Ver- I the Interest of health. She chose engine heat. It is refined from paraffin base '/qpR o
die Harnage. The Ruby Davis chapter, Chil foe the program the mosquito

Enjoying this delightful repast dren of the Confederacy will meet problem of today and how to eliminate PSpUy crudeshat produce a tougher oil. r
with Mr. and Mrs Harnage and next Saturday afternoon the 14th I mosquitoes. In this under-

uniting In extending their best Inst., at 3 o'clock at the home of taking they asked the aid of the / *" _. That is why Pan-Am holds its body under:
wishes on this occasion were their Mr. and Mrs. Olin W, White Etho- ''State Board of Health who re- ',
and '' S punishment that soon breaks down less
children and grand-children lln, Dorothy. and Carol White hoe Bonded at once to their plea and
friends: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Duke e tesses. 1'made an Investigation, finding that hardy oils. It keeps the hottest friction spots

and children, \Vorlhlnnton History questions for the after i most of the mosquitoes como from r
Springs; Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rig I noon: Locate the following: St. south of town In the creek and O ? in any motor safe from destructive wear.

don. and daughter, Mlaa 1 1va. Mr. Louis, Hlckman Island No. 10 where the sewer empties. They

and Mrs Drew Reddish and daughter Memphis Vicksburg, Part Gibson,, stated that while they did not
Miss Annlo Mary and Hazel Helena. Describe the battle of look at the opening of the sewers CLEAN gasolineThis
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clemons and New Orleans and of Vicksburg. on our streets, the mosquitoes
grand-daughter Miss Pearl Norman breed gasoline is clean Next time
there also. A mixture of you see a
Mr. and lira. \V. C. Clemona I .\M> CONCERT Tl'KSOAV.: y-
and two children. Mr. and Mrs. I. kerosene oil and crude oil sprayed Pan-Am pump, look at the gasoline in thee :

Louis Harris and daughter Miss A capacity house greeted the ,,every the ten pests.days Upon would Investigation soon eliminate visible bowl. Note its crystal-clear.color t ."i
Elbe, Mr. N. D. Green. Mr and first public concert given by the
Mrs. J. M\ Norman and children, Starke band at the club house It was found that our able chairman the absence of any dirt or foreign matter.

Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harnaga and last Tuesday evening In charge of of the street committee has %"

children, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Con Prof. Jackson of Penney Farms.I:already If the town started that movement and That means a motor clean as a whistle, for ':

ner Sapp.and.children. and Miss Agnes the The band hour's was program Indicative rendered of the excellent by Club and every council.citizen Exchange of this tip-top performance! It means less carbon i'l'

training given them by Mr. town and within a mile of Starke trouble and knocking-a wealth of extra
TR[-COUNTY: FKDKRATIOJT Jackson during the past four will kindly assist Mr, L. A. Davis .
MEETINGThe months. In addition to the band and do their bit right now, as this power-and mileage economy such as you -

selections a quartette was rendered Is the time to do the work we will have never known before.
Tri-County Federation of by Mesdames Knight .have no mosaultoea thla summer. I
d> Women's Clubs will be held fLake o Messrs. Smith and Powell.and Butler .........................

Butler, Friday Jan. 13tU" .
I Only a month remains of the t Keystone Heights )
2:30 o'clock.: The Lake Butler i :
club will be the hostess club at present, contract with Prof. Jackson :. MlM ne'.. <>..... Can .

t"\hl" meeting. All'members. of the sponsored, the Exchange the movement Club to having secure .*+...*T...V'.V V........... Pan American CPetroleuh J7 C j. i.'

Stsrllpctub; I :Keystone heights, : :R
arq'blost 1 iPIJ.f"
{, :rued cn tAUr.1.t ktWti4'a part; '.In,S41 the.[r14agad Starke elrtdgito,7tttl bind. Funds: :.W l.> lQahitl@cbM@NnaWCIAWb J'h:' '\:' I I .

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Mrs. Eunice Canova.. .' 13th. at the home of their son -- '- .. -'u':' :3 TL .J.-I -

W Q. Dowling. 2311 Bridler street ,
Bits of Mr. and )klrs. Harvey Long of Jacksonville. This will be a festive Two hundred and twentytwo years ago Benjamin 1 1I

1- Jacksonville; were. week-end guests occasion many guests being Invited I Franklin was born in poverty and ohscurlty.fr. ..

",, elf Mra. Longs parents, Mr. and from different sections of the Through his practical teachings, he became Amer I i

pcal Mrs W. M. Edwards. state. 0 I ica's apostle of Thrift. I 1

Mr. Olin White, wife and tour Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Balsden r Everybody respects the person of Thrifty Habits,,

children, and Miss Carrie Amelia have as their guests this week, c but the mere saving: of money is not Thrift. Wise \
Concerning Our People, Business and Ray of Starke visited Mr.: and Mrs. their daughter-in-law, Mrs. JohnS. :
Progress of the County and Town. L. C. Ray during the week.Reddick :' Balsden and little son, Ralph 1 f spending-the essence of Thrift-Is an art which 7

Cor. in Ocala Star. Lee her mother, Mrs. Lee, and I patrons of M-C. Store understand. For every weekis :

Miss Lilah Muller, of Pensacola, Thrift Week, with low prices and high quality
''anmmimnmmmmmwnomm4mraeemmmimminu'' ,'' '''''' '''''''' '''' mnnimsmuimrmnawwaaenunmmmnmiuwwimmmammnnni,, "" '' '' '''' mainnivlllespent _. Misses Mildred and Florence also their daughter Mrs. W S. .
Gill, who have been visiting relatives Blakely and little lOll, Billy of : characterizing every piece of merchandise sold.
Is all 6lzea at ;Klckllter's.A. Sunday at her home In : 1 1I
Starke. and friends Quttman, and Jacksonville.Mr. I If you are not already acquainted with us, there '

Davis spent several Albany. Ga., returned to Starke ...........- I can be no better time than now-NATIONAL I i
Monday.We and Mrs 0. M. lumen
!Is week In Jacksonville. Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Mr. n s THRIFT WEKK-to investigate our moneysaving ; 'I
and Mrs. D. C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs '
----- Butler, was a business visitor in still keep the same line of A. S. Crews, Messrs. N D. Wainwright fi :u policy.
Mrs. E. L. Bigga were Starke Friday. delicious candles both In pound and E. I{. Perryman attended 'V SAVE BY SPENDING HERE
Jacksonville Tuesday. boxes and In bulk. East End Gro the opening of the Keystone 1 '
r E. W. Tompkins of Ualford. wasa cery. "The best for less.'' Why pay Heights Golf Club Monday I .-,
|Harnsberger was a vlslIneavllle more? afternoon and were also guests at )
business visitor to
Starke Tuesday
Monday. the banquet at Keystone Inn that. Specials Friday And Saturday 4
The Strout Farm Agency has evening.
\\f.; Frazee was a. business moved Its offices from the' Wood- f
'':jainesvllle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode of bridge; building on Call street to The Woman's Missionary Societyof --- r ,

j Lawtey, were visitors in .Starke the upper floor of the postofflce the M. E. church held their first SHIELD BRAND Florida FreshCOUNTRY 'S'j

,S3d Florida Peanut Seed. Wednesday. building.Mr. meeting of the new year Monday PICNIC HAMS 1 EGGS
afternoon at the church. This was
I C. C Farrelly returned this week and Mrs J. F. Colley, little I strictly a business meeting and hada 1 Ptthlury ;
upply garden seed In from a stay of several weeks in Miss Katie Colley and Mrs. Fred splendid attendance. Much enthusiasm Per Lb. 21c PerDoz.43c1JEL 'j :

nd In bulk. KlckUt r's. :Georgetown, S. C. Sapp and daughter, Lorraine, was shown, plans for \finance .-_ BestFLOUR _- __ ,
spent Sunday In Jacksonville with during the year being made. ft MONTELoose :) t
ans and Red Bliss potato C. S. Brooking, Dodge dealer of relatives. Circle meetings will be held Mon. LARGE FANCY

liter's. i Gainesville, was a business visitor day afternoon at the respective Prunes
I to Starke Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Johns returned homes of the circle leaders: Mrs. LEMONS
eeks of Brooker, was a Friday from Raleigh 1';. Q., W E. Middleton Circle Numberone 2 pounds 25c
tarke Friday. J. M. Lang representative of where she has been, visiting her ; Mrs. W. 0. Halle, Circle Per Doz. 33c 24 Lbs. $1.30Easton's
I I Baird Hardware Co.. Gainesville' daughter Mrs. L A. Reynolds, for Number two. ___...___ _
ill of Lawtey. was a busl- was a business visitor In Starke the last four weeks. -- .- Fancy Polly Self rising

In Starke Friday. Wednesday. The following clipped from the Blue Ridge Sugar Corn FLOUR
Misses Elizabeth Andrews and Brand Mayonnaise -
Punta Gorda Herald will be of Interest
|reen of Brooker, was a Mesdames J. C. Robinson, A. Z. Ruth Sternberg and Messrs. Charles to the many Starke friends No.1 can Sandwich 24 Lbs. $1.10
Starke Tuesday. Adklns. O. L. Beasley'! and E. M. Darby of Gainesville and Carlyle of Mr. and Mrs. Brown: A two- or

,Johns were visitors to Jacksonville witch were visitors to Jacksonville story apartment on East Olympia 3 cans 25cRUMFORD Spread ---- -
I Long was a visitor tole Wednesday. ( Saturday afternoon. i avenue belonging to II. O. Blown liesl Cane
Friday. '' was destroyed by fire between 7
I I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Dr.J Prof and Mrs. John W. Stephens and 8 o'clock Wednesday night. 31-2 oz. Jar We Sugar

Adams left Sunday for J. Bullen and daughter, Miss of Syracuse N. Y.,, spent the week When alarm was sounded at 7 p. ------ 10 Lbs. 68c
In. Dunnellon.Mrs. I Beatrice, spent Tuesday in Jack end with Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal m., the interior of the building was Baking Powder khI
sonville. Wyman. They left Tuesday for ablaze; and, though both firefighting -
( N Sternberg were .Ocala. machines were on the 1 pound can .29c Mission )ir-'nd--p it ;
t Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns of I scene with their usual promptness 1-2 pound can 17c I
Cedar Key, are spending several Mrs. E. W. Hadley of Ocala, ar- and did all that was possible to Pillsbury Qts. Street mixed ,37c\\

Moore of Lawtey, wasn days In Starke at the home of Mr. rived Thursday to spend several save the building, their efforts 1.1 pound! _can_ __ 9c.. (}ls. Sour mixed 3.'lc
[ Starke Friday., and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. days at the lake home of Mr. and were unavailing. Firemen think ." Pan Cake

Mrs Lenthal Wyman. Mr. Hadley that the tenants'left fire In one of New Red Bliss Qts. Dill_ .._ _____ 33c..
| M. Inman was a buslhr Rev J. W. Hilton, a former la In charge of the Ocala National the two heating stoves In the FLOUR
to Jacksonville Mon. resident of Starke, spent several Forest. building and that a detective flue Irish Potatoes I'I/Jlnoutl.lJrand Sliced I*
days in Starke this week renewingold permitted the fire to escape Into Per Pound 5c10Lbs.45c> Breakfast ItaconPerLb.SOc
acquaintances.Mr. Mrs Emma Canova, Paul E. the wood-work. Mr. Brown estimates '
Mrs. Groover Todd of C&nova, Eunice Canova, Martha his loss at upwards of $5- Package 14c

attended the funeral and Mrs. J. A. Saul had as and Billy Powell motored to Pa- 600, which is nearly covered by insurance us
ule Stobo Sunday. their guests Sunday, Mrs. Saul's latka Sunday and spent the day lie Intends rebuilding.The s
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. George B.

ttorney and Mrs. II. V. Mrs. S. V. Trigg of Jacksonville.A. Flynn.F following item taken from ,
tent Friday In Jackson- Monday's Times-Union, will be of I
L. Alvarez, chief .of police, H. Ayre, forestry service interest to the many Starke r
left Sunday for Savannah to re- Washington D. C., is spending; this friends of Rev. and Mrs. Hansen:
|ry Johns farm southeast turn a deserter from the U. S. week with L. Wyman. In charge of At the morning preaching ser- Aid
has been sold to II.,.D. Army to Fort Screven. the branch station in Starke. Mr. vice of the !Main street Baptist
Ayre will leave Saturday for Pen- church yesterday the Rev, Thomas

Mrs. J. E. Corpening and daughter sucola. Hansen assistant pastor, announced ,
|. Bryan of Jacksonville, L'Etta, spent Sunday In Baldwin his resignation to the congregation ,
relatives In Starke with her uncle Dr. W. D. Ray Newsome has leased the at the conclusion of his .. J
g sermon I ---:- -:: :: -:- -q- ___ ___ : -3' :"_.,--.. .._":. -: -- --- :
Brinson. v, building formerly occupied by the on the Valley\ of Human. Need, ,
Stroitt Farm A'gency and he will ne having accepted me call 01 toe i
[Aubrey Duncan and Mrs. Alice R. Thomas spent sev- open up 'a restaurant the coming First Baptist church at Fort Laud- 9 p r p 0 0 the hospital, where he Is being t'
burg of Lake Butler, eral days' of last week with her week. The building is now being erdale. Rev. lIansen came to the .. p treated.Mr. ''' gf0

Sin Starke Friday.Mrs. gon-ln-law and daughter. State's made ready for the new tenant. Main street church as assistant to and Mrs. Ralph Blanchard CENT A IYORDWANTED--Good
Attorney and Mrs. II. V. Knight. Dr. W. L. C Mahon. Oct Int. \ Church Services j11enu
[ George W. Rob-I Mrs. Oscar Alvarez, who has 1926, at the time Dr. Mahon was- 'p 'pp of Lake KlngHley, iwero In town ',a a.I

tey, were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Wilma Holtzen- been spending several days with Injured In New".York and assumed 4p A merle A Saturday.Mr. COLUMN
lay afternoon. I dorf of Palatka, spent the week- her mother, Mrs. Lalla R. Chase, active charge for several months and Mrs 1!:. K. Ilurney and
family to pick
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs..C. hall returned to her home In Jack-' during Dr. Mahon's convalesence. 1.ltm nYTmtlJ\N son, Billy, were shopping In Jacksonville strawberries. throughout season. .I
Ire. A. ADurden and,. S. Holtzendorf. so ulll During his service with the churchhe Thursday
Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. M, Apply at this office 1.8.21'FOR
isg Hilda, were visitors has gained the love and esteemof A son was born to Mr. and Mrs -- -
inday. I' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and Mrs. Herbert Hart and Miss Natalie the entire body and it Is with I Truby, superintendent. C. Crews Due. 29th SALE-20 acres, good soil, 1tw
children of Jacksonville, spent Marcolnney of Hampton much regret on the part of the I Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brown 2 1-2 miles northwest of Law. t ,
orest is completing ex- ,, Sunday at Kelley Kottage, Kings- were visiting Mrs. Hart's parents, congregation that he Is leaving. at 7:30.: have moved to J ICustls where he Is tey, $000.00, Inquire. of D, US1
Nations to his home on ''ley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning, in The Ft. Lauderdale church has a employed( Frlgo or write Floyd( Ball,
Preaching at 11 a. m.,
et. Starke FrIday large membership but has been i The oaks are being trimmed In Grand Rapids, Mich., Keyes Ave.
Mrs. W. P. Randall of Jackson- without a. pastor for the past 'six and 7:30: p. m., lir the pastor our town and when the streets are .' R! .F. D. No. 11 l-6-2t are
lOrlffls and Mlsa Eliza- ville, has been visiting her parents Mr. W. M. Wainwright of the months. Two weeks agoRev. Mr. Christian Endeavor Society cleaned of the limbs It will be 1
well of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, several state auditing department was In Hansen occupied the pulpit there meets at 6:30: p. m. quite an improvement. WANTED--Young men and wom- oll''
Is .in Starke Sunday. days this week. the city: on Friday"on his way to andj It la ,understood that he received K.: K. Burney was transacting en to prepare for the best pay- 1s
Jacksonville, where h&wlll make a a 'unanimous call at that HT.l\I/U\K'H CHURCH business In Starke Monday.Mr. Ing positions.. Shorthand, or
fkovski of Jacksonville, George Johns of Lake Butler, survey and audit the: books of the time. Mr. Hansen will remove his and Mrs. Waldron have business\ courses, $7.00, both '
ek-end guest of his sla- was the guest of his grInd-par. county officials of DuVal county, family to Fort Lauderdale In about Services Epiphany to Lent. moved to South Carolina, rourees110 per month. Florida
S. Matthews. ents, Mr. and Mrs.. W H. Green. which will occupy him;for several two weeks /' 10 a. m. church .school-' Miss W. C. Wooten and Enoch Grit- Business Institute, Green Cove
next'week. lIe is ? Malpas, Supt. Springs; Fla. l- -2t* 'lies1C11
Saturday. days beginning As made a business trip to Lake
tins of Jacksonville, I a young man of, parts and is ,a BRADFORD LODGE 1<'.'-. A. M.' sermon.11 a. m.? morning prayer and 'Butler' Saturday. HAVE SOME nice large Randall,
eek-end with his par- Misses Ethel Griffin and Elizabeth thoroughgoing/ Democrat and a Miss Lizzie Howe has returned
11 a. m. first Sunday of the and some smaller Curtis, Stewart ,
lid Mrs.,8. R. Johns. Andrews, and Messrs. Frank good? mixer.-Mafcclenny Reporter. Reguirr communication of month Holy Comrrtunlon. Celebration home from a visit to friends In Money Maker, end Rising '. <
Salmon and Ed Turner motoredto Lodge. No. 3S-tT.; & A. Jacksonville.Mrs. offering) rQr I I //md/'
Bradford. : on Feast and Saints days, pecan trees, I am : .
I. Weeks and children Springs Sunday. Miss Snayder and Dola Crawford L. J. King and two children ? ,
Green Cove lodge hall\
i M., held at the every 10, a. sale at a nominal price, very.cheap ; .
W. T., were visiting of Starke. accompanied by their m.Russell have returned to their homeIn '
,second and fourth- Monday. nights. S. Carleton, Rector. am closing out my nur- i
[Starke Sunday! Messrs. Eugene Matthews, Frank slater, Miss Chloe Crawford, of 'All invited to attend. Jacksonville, after spending a sery stock entirely N, HDWalnwrlght. )
Carpenter, Ralph Johnson and Jacksonville, were guests of Mrs. METHODIST few days here the guest of her 1-6-21*
Dlberger of Brooklyn, Comer Long spent Sunday in Tallahassee T, D. Proctor Monday afternoon.- I The Florida Keys are of coral sister, Mrs E. F). Burney
ness visitor in Starke Union County Times. I formation. (Enoch Marvin Rooks Pastor] Mrs. A, II. Harley, Jr.. was visiting FOR SALES-Ten head of mules:
Sunday school Sunday morning her farther, Rnv, J, V, Robinson "good, condition, medium weight.
I Ie Miss Luella Muttd, who has been Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley e at 10 o'clock, E. K. Ferryman, Monday. O. C. Sweat. Starke. 1 t.ANOTIlJoU I dot
a Wynn And Mae the guest of Miss Edna,Hutto for had as their- guests Wednesday, Death supt. Rev J. V, Robinson, Mrs. Elite
apton,.Were visitors in the last few weeks has returned' their son and daughter-in-law Mr. Mrs. Mary Weeks Rau ch, 68, Worship Sunday at 11:00: a. m. Miner, Catherine Blanchard, Ar- : PIANO !HACK1KIC1SDue I
da/. to her tome in Columbia, S. C. and Mrs.. J. R. Colley 'and little of Miami Jan. 4th. Burial at Pre- and 7:30 p. m. thurine Blanchard and Blanche ;
darter.: Shirley, of Miami, and vatt cemetery. January 6th Junior League Sunday afternoon Burney attended the Epworth to inability to keep up pay- to

D. Andrews of Lakea The Western will move Mrs. C. C. Colley and Mrs. RalphA. Kenneth Pitts 2, Of Lawtey, at 2:30: o'clock, League social In Jacksonville ments, we have best had of a high condition grade
\ visitor in Starke the telegraph office uptown to thStelephond Williams of Jacksonville. Jan. 6th. Burial"'at >Hop ceme- Ill-League Sunday afternoon at Thursday night. piano In the This Instrument -
'exchange building ton tery, Theressa, January '7th. 3:00 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of turned back to us. I
Walnut street in the !sear fllt.Cre. William G. Struth of Arcadia, Henry F, Brown,. 65, of ,Starke, Senior Epworth League Sunday Melrose, were In Lawtey Saturday. we can sell for a rare bargain 0
Mrs. J. H. Moore of was the week-end guest of his parents January' 7th. ;Burial at Prevatt I evening'at 6745 o'clock. /giving; terms to address 4
Ire visitors la Starke Mr. and Mrs. Chas. "0. Hans, who Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Struth. i cemetery January.8th. "1- We Invite you to come and worship Kenneth Terry I'ldt parties. For full particulars, r
were married recently TO St. Augustine lIe wall accompanied home by his Anna C. Stobo 69, of',81; ark e, with us. The death Angel; entered the Ludden &: Bates 1.13-t. rl
were visiting; friends in wife a.ndcblldren, Shirley and January 7th. Burial Crosby''Cemetery home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pitts .
Mrs./ :B. V. Larsen of ,Starke Friday. William Jr., who have been spending January' 9th. '.p1lNHpt+NNt'pNU ...pN.. I last Friday afternoon and took FOR/ SALE-One good farm mule; $
?lght, were visitors in some time in Starke. lilrths I. LAWTEY from their midst little Kenneth work anywhere; sound; weight
ay. I We have several exceptionally ,. Z !Terry, their 23 months old baby about 900 pounds; good condition
'good bargains; ),. In canned goods. It MM. N. A. Butch, who has been Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Padgett, I.. Mr.. B. E. Dllr..". Cor boy. Ha had only been sick a few ; reasonable price. E. W. tlto,
|Mrs. Floyd Green and ,will pay you to come and look spending some time at the state Starke, three) daughters, January ...........A......+... days, and his death was a shock Tompkln Ralford. Fla. v It* .
ake Butler, were vies them over. 'East End Grocery. 'farm with her son Superintendentj. 7th. v strawberry Movement I pto: all. The funeral and burial was
i In Starke Sunday:, I, S. Blltch. came Monday to visit .., I. Lawtey, Jan. 13Mr. J. H. j{:at Klngnley: Lake and was con-'.I FOIL SALE-.Ford touring car,
Messrs. Walter Wills and Gary .her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Eugene Matthews, who has been \,[ shipped by poney express 'I)i[ducted by Rev Klckllter assistedby Twenty-five "dollars. Alfred S
Carrodlne and son, i Ennls of Tamp. spent several and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. spending a two week,,', location,! In from Lawtey, 709 quarts that '[' Ite,.. Ralph Blanchard. Ills Ilamm. Starke. 1-13-1
|tey, were visitors, In days last week with'Mr. and Starke with hls'parent. ,*! Mr. and brought 1751.72, averaging Jl-09 little twin brother lit also very sick orders for wood:
y. Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Dr and Mrs. 8. E. Dues of the Mrs. E. 8. Matthews, returned i per quart net to grower. This and we wish him a speedy 1'41., WANTED-Your cord. \
to show that money can be ,, Oak or pine by the load or
I State Hospital, Chattahoochee, arrived Tuesday to Virginia Military Institute goes covery. Little Kenneth leaves his
nIght was a business i Miss"Grace Wood a member of In Starke Sunday to be guestsof Lexington! Va.r r !made In and around our commun- j parents'', three brothers and a sister -, Price reasonable. See, MatildaLee's me or ID
ml for the later part ,the Lawtey School faculty. spent Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MIddleton.Dr. "J" ;. ':Ity. The freeze has set the berries besides numerous relatives,' leave orders at Mini Lee.
the week-end with her parents. Mr. Daves left Tuesday for tripon J. H. Lawrence of Keystone lack some, bu\ with the nice shower I who have the sympathy of the entire Church street. E.1.1Y4tFOIL *
Wood. the east coast, and Mrs. Paves in they received Monday, It is ex- community.
,and Mrs. A. Heights, wa* A)business visitor tech
B. Alex- in Starke several days. ., i pMted that they will soon come I .
and J. B. .will remain Starke Thttrpday.The .' SALE-Ford luring car, f
,, will have a bumper "More hogs and better for F
In who Is attend I "- T out and we fcoiss aaJ
pton, were visitors Sammy Sternberg. 150.00, and 1-tdn Ford truck. ,
of Florida, Hutto has,returned crop this season. Our farmers are Columbia county, 1 Is the slogan
day. ing the University Mls Carrie Quigley & Davis. 1-13-lt. I'
I land In shape for and oMectlve of a new organlza-: _
spent the week-end with his parents from a two weeks' visit In Lake I BroadcasterDrive already getting teed
voice of Jacksonville Mr. and Mn. N. Sternberg. 31ty.: She was accompanied by her spring planting.:. ,_ .tlopjormed In Lake City a short Two' of a
business visitor In _.- brother-in-law and''sister Mr. and around to the Sinclair llme,ago, known as the Columbia between Starke' and Ralford.
Mr. and Mrs,J.W. Morgan had Mrs. A. H. Hajl, who'ipent several Service Station and let us test : Mr. and Mrs CV' ft, Maya and :County, Swine Breeders' lAisociatlon. -. Notify I. W.. Plnholster, Brooker.
her with her children of Tampa?;spent.the ,weeKend 'S. W Lamb, a> loading/ farmer 14*-IP
., their guests Jest Friday day in parent tires and In spec\ your bat
(Green of JacTiih'vllJ' $ *\ fth di-4Slaf>ndisl. ", Ur Jacksonville.; Hani said', *r1'end MreF.;: s. l rottf.: ... j. tery.your Nd.needtd do this yourself Mrs. J.with HI Moor her parents.': "r'Mr.. and. 'ingot and south hog of ralsen Lake City resfdlsg.',,) JJ'e..t.'ten> 'low i i.in ii 'i Clearwater I I.i "want .to, {trade'flaye
funeral ot Mrs.. Mafh */ /fcrPeeWof
here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dowllng. of it Is our job. and and we Acute like it. R. R. Thede went up to JackIebt111 :dent and J. 8. NIblack, of Fort modern five ram ban=a- '1
Tours. for Qvudltr : Wedtigedtly and ae."nv- !Wllll, Is secretary of the new association. fortown, property In Starke. See
'" ke.t: Auelf yell f 'tf ti.WdflA Itasfl, txiUnts of Mrs.. W. E. MId 'bM ____ '
their 'anted his ferotnef to Wayctt** fo W. :3. IlHf. Hall fcalldlmc. It.
Turner -Jackson-- of -Jacksonvillespent: last week:- dleton -will celebrate golden -


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; ''Voted Singer //as World's spent the week-end in Slark::

I r STARKE his parents.
| Victoria and Vancouver Magnets Travelers \ \ Miss Georgia Epperson.
-- Most Complete Jazz Library been visiting at the home Of

uncle W. J. Epperson,
.,..y .-. Muasrs. A. A, Durden and W. H. her home fn Lake Butler r.tun SujI
: 'Griffin of Hampton, prominent Messrs. Herbert
., ; J Ritch
..tfi < : citizens of that town, were In Denmark of Raiford .mj-

,...", .' ;'".. > ii,", Starke on bulsness Thursday. Saturday. wen ,m a,

[ \- :. J x T Misses Mable and Myrtle Red- Mesdames G. W. Br<. wn,

.J.! "; .c' r. dish of Starke visited! relatives at Edwards and J. M. Moot 01''
>. .. Waldo Saturday and Sunday.
.., (N, ,, toy, were visitors to Stark
le ,,,.,...... .), r", > Messrs. J. E. Wilson and O. L. day ( j
<. ,
.v' i,
.... Haynes spent Thursday In Jack-
,, ," fttiiiLIir F Mlsu Gladys Prescott ,o f S.
I son City was a guest of (
". ': I Cyrus Sistrunk of Jacksonville, relatives In Starke lust I"and ,

;"t itJ1aA I legislature in ironing out all the end.
K'L ",
I I t
/ I t. objectionable features of the new Lauderdale-".
game and fish laws of Florida. tery&: Electric Compiiuy jj.1'
: : c I Lauderdale chartered.
,'r "At the present time thera are
Ar Winter Haven-Oraiv, <. Blow//.
: '"
00 and more Izaat Walton League
Poultry Coporation, Winter na,,
"I I Chapters In Florida with, a mem- chartered..

bership of approximately and Samsula.-Contract awards

4QIoiUFla. o'\: it5 the tribe steadily increasing. construction of new .. hotlt

,. ... y';'''"'f "Waltonlans have a right to be here.

.,: ,. ;',.r' proud of the accomplishments of St. Peteraburg-$1,2fiut0tl,

<<'..w"'''.f..' .. )":{"";" .7114 L ; V.NCOtl r I the Izaak Walton League. Five causeway spanning Dora (c
: ONG. I S.mimmw years ago this League undertooka Day will be dedicated Pebi
S BROOM ALL .4 mighty task; the saving of that 28th.
5 ,,
t fly vA which Zane Grey called 'Vanish.

A ii.. .tars ros.*. plumiQ in I ing America.' A Digest of the rial for ,1

-cai.Jer. I. u- novelty in toe "Odr very existence as a nation

\>.lIe of a Victoria: or Vancouver and a great people, depends upon E. Carlt
mooil. lor the climate ol these ; our saving our out-of-door land t Doyle
Columoia cine <. to
British from! the destructive forces of pollution II
during ID* winter that ooth Candidate for Governor j
eternal unmet rhe golfer forest fires and IndiscrimInate -
drive approach: the green putt drainage. These are the three 1'
real gras green practirnlly every destructive power that are a menace i
10 the year and Hundred ot to the health, happiness and
ot splendid road are in Qrit pleasure of the people of a community I
condition the year round lor : -
.1.1 state and nation.
fhe mild climate in largely
ing '
1 "When our nation needed phy-
of ZZ
to the warming influence
Japan current and protecting steal strength and marksmen, such
ut onouDtaiua men sprang from the farm, store
Victoria capital ot Brltian Ca"Y,' ,. I, 1 I I'r II I It and factoryprepared. Because
OIL i* a city ol rare charm f *ALy -.J r'ratyT--? kyd I Y R bi they bad.become strong of muscle,

beautiful drive and residential I AZZ" tit eagle-eyed, expert rifle marks-
tlona it* ttrat das IOU :: ...... .-. N ON.,,;;.:.<'"" '
"' ;:..t '+ = ;;.., men in the woods along the windIng -
wbicb acees i* easily obtained oy NtJfA"/ ;; :
player it* unique Chinese I' GqR1'ENV/, rivers, upon the plains among t
Etta turbaned Hindus Ita ",- the mountains after wild game tq
i Em pros Hotel ana its imposing Vancouver, of the Britain mobile road. of the finest macadam. "It lies within the power of the I
liament oulldlngi Botb the discovered It in 1792! lu Vancouver IB surrounded by towering citizenship of Florida and every
them tbe stately Doug mountain and the famous "I4on,"
Oolt Club ana the "Joiwooa 0011 boy and girl through the conservation I
Country Cluo nave entertained tower 300 feet Don twin snow-capped peak are on at I
( and perpetuation
sanas ot guests in a tingle year over which the traveler the many scenic oeautle ot a mod
goiter stopping at the Empress!: magnificent ,some of them enterprising bustling and interesting =' of her wild life- -these outdpor -
''play at both upon payment ol a 7 feet in diameter Cen city. l'blLlona.." also called the recreations and wholesome pleas- 4 J .
green fee victoria I* noted ,. and gnarled oak of "Lion Data" and the "Two Slaters." TRAXTCES .AR.M.S' ures that will assure our state and'
magnificent drive leading conspicuou feature 01 tower 1I. 00 feet above Vancouver and nation strong robust men and women t
Beautiful meets along the plI. and mile ot gone or an Indian legend baa It that as long : .
ebores and tar Into the Interior line the blgbway a. the "Two/Sisters" stand guard ova 1'L of National
& "In the language our -
J Uland. Vancouver, ba been Vancouver./wit 10 long will Canada .rp- I ,rt
President, Hon.'Jacob M. Dick-
Vic ten a is at the southern road Builder and Da greatest PaclQo port thrive and de : od@ndormnbliebr4tirntlFrances
trryti t'brU7&ti of t 1m ; "
fijWinj uivjyin \ should make safe our
(Vancouver island, earned after of miles ol splendid auto- velop. ee / inson we
streams from pollution bring
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Arms Possessorof ."Another writer holds that jazz about reforesteratlon of the coun-
O ; ; is easily traceable to native African try, protect the game from destruction -
1 I IMAOQl Exhaustive war songa. Directly opposing and In every way pro-
I The Romantic Islands of the Maori
Kangaroo Collection this version is that of a musician mote the interest of outdoor DOYLE E. CARLTOSlKewr

l who has spent! several and wild life. It we do this, we !
ooooaoo o New York City-Where did it years in the intriguing study of will be building not merely for our I.iuva and Hotter Oboe
tho disputed question, and supports
start and where is it going? Ask his theory that jazz rhythmIs own time but humanly speaking Oppose useless regu''
I I these two questions in any gathering Identical with that found in almost for eternity. The truth is, which simply harass the 111
t Of I of jazz enthusiasts, and the ancient Hebrew chants, with fellow Waltonians, the, spirit erf ual and breed contempt for
r x '" AlE" 7CAr.earlMvogr : I resultant discussion will be as intense seemingly indicputable evidenceof true conservation: will live afterwe while laws necessary to It-
and combative as that similarity are dead and gone." fare of society; require respf
I aroused over the right or wrongof "There are many leaders of law and constituted author j
the Marines in Nicaragua, or jazz orchestras and composerswho '\
,,r the fair and foul of the Dempsey. believe that jazz was origin- (Next issue another plank
Sharkey fight.Frances ally brought to America oy the When You Carlton's platform will apr
Arms a singer of sea captains and sailors with this ) Paid Polltlfij
vaudeville headline fame, as a their interpretations of the weird Feel Cold
hobby, has made a collection of tom-tom music of the South Sea a
articles on the sources of Jazz. Islands 'HJiiHiliiuiiiiMiiiiiiiniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuumiiiii',
Miss Arms who in her tours, has "Each song gives credence to a COining
traveled from coast to coast and different version. LAND
n abroad, has gathered her material "Take 'At Sundown,* the popu- On
from magazines, newspapers lar fox-trot of the day-it might
and books. The collection will well be descended from an Eng- SURVEYINGSubdividing
rf eventually be presented to the lish ballad or it might have Take
musical library of a leading university come from Mediterranean shores Draij:
freely translated into our American laxative f ,
"I believe that the material will rhythm-as a matter of fact age Systems
Se valuable to research students, it did neither really. It la as
but it will settle the Bromg Accurate Work
by no means original aa any musical composition -
question of the origin of jazz," can be. By what its haunting
I declares the singer. "So far, I strains were inspired the author Quinine H. E. Lagergr
have found competent authorities declares ignorance. Anal .:ing
completely at odds over the original ) gets us nowhere. l'abials' Starke, Fla.ulmlmtnnoetumn@enonaumuouuvr
source of modern music, with "And there you are-none the

the collection presenting almost wiser on the original source of Grip Influenza and many Pneu ,_-"nII,, ,. _' ,, '. .''' 'I
three thousand different versions. this modern rhythm," laughs Miss morons begin aa a common
"II re are a few of the many Arms, commenting on her remark- cold. Price SOc.: ,
opinions of the beginnings of jazz. able collection. "Jazz is the one
One authority believes that the American word that is the same Thl box bears this signature COFFINS & CAS

negro slaves of the first American in all languages-other people' GY/ $
settlers in and around Philadel- hare adopted it as it stands and : r s. and a Full Line ofUndertakers'

phia and Boston, hearing their have made no attempt to trans- I
masters sing English ballads,) lata It There agreement here Proven Merit since 188 Sup
translated th* songs into their',, that the name 'Jazz' is an excellent -
Efi own African rhythm, and this was nomenclature, but I doubt AUTOMOB.lLE B
4 the foundation of our present that there will ever be agreementon RHEUMATISMWhile
Always .a aaaL n. led
Ja. its genealogy.
at tae Nweet ptde.., ere l'
In France with the American tenting 10 .l..p.
: OP' provement of public opinion la Army I obtained a noted REGISTERED 5MB"UEW'ITT

-OUR WILl LIFEExtracts shown In the protection of game French prescription for the treat. C. 101

( from -an address delivered and fish, but we have yet a long ment of Uhemuatlsm and Neuritis. FLA.
I have given this to thousandswith STARICE
by Cecil R. Phillips Nat. road to travel before we arrive at .
onal Field Representative of the the point at which game and fish wonderful results. The pre
Izaak Walton League.' I may be enforced without difficul scription cost me nothing. I ask
1 ty. I am here to tell you that a nothing for it. I will mall It If

"The recreation-of the true state game .and fish law Is but a you' will send me your address. A

I mere skeleton, nerveless heart-
sportsman is glorious. Nature postal will bring it. Write today.
reveals it with
e until It is clothed

'r vdt.SvoNE --- VArbotos -- .. - .. -.--,--............ .............. her\' charms t'o him in the tar ',with the muscles of the people's Paul Case, I>t-i>t. .'-.2, Rrockton, Flowers
distant hoot of the owl strength and their
minglingwith own warm 1\18. ,
N/RJaolj IIu'TrlAUA
I AyrrAlr4v "t/4'W
the yelp of the turkey, In the heart is set beating in its bosom.
by Australian and Mw Z.ala.d Comrab.lon.r... -N.-. T.-. bark of the fox mingling with the "Laws may be chiseled in stone, .

Austrulm sv,a country .. cot exploited 000. M contrasted wttb Canadal B,. reef. All these Beauty spots are en scream of the panther In the sturdy engraved in brass inscribed on A TONIC -
like mahj other and the a 1'- 000,000 and 118000.000 of the United route to New Zealand where a top oak draped in somber moss that parchment and sealed with wax; Gertrude '
.erag person does not know that at State.. yt despite these facts the ..- Is made at Auckland and trom here sl.-hu to the weeping willow. In the they may be written In the light GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
'U-actlona are varied. Outstanding port to proportion are very larga. th. vessel proceed to Australia. silvery moon shimmering through ning's flashes, and spoken In TONIC restore Energy and Vitality Anderson

thing that come into mind when The amounted wool previously mentioned Lover of mountain rod lord ann the fan crested planis and rustling thunder tones, but they are as by Purifying and Enriching -
tnis country u mentioned are the 1935rravtller to 07fl.000.000 pound for those Interested in unusual tress ti palmettoes and he learns to love dead and soundless as the swathed the Blood. When you feel iU

kangaioo ana vast herds of weep that to Australia usually leave nature springs,such will and.. geyser all these ana therein. her more and more for her kindness mummies In the catacomb of Egypt strengthening,invigorating effect, Phone 31 '
yield enormous quantities :at woo. I: ins tall or Garry winter and the net and beauty.. unless they are thrilling In our sea how it brings color to the
enter anti
town dot A
The predominating thought ,ttouibe _, .u n iu.tr noo line take an traps and Melbourne ana 9pxnep us "Poets mirror nature in their veins throbbing In our hearts, living cheeks and how it improves the
One one bean ot climate much of and the scenic M.U--. '01 PI .( 'n, Hswsiiao i.- are up-to-date ana pro. rssiom- rouge and painters make the canvas moving and having their being appetite,you will then appreciateits

California and Florida even Ou':tinot : >. .- *> '.' ii. nights, and merclaJ centrea the latter nu beet y glow with Its reflected lights incarnate In the people. true tonie value. 6Oc. e'w.

tralla Da. on* ot the ova r > -x itix. tropi termed the flnest port la the wonaTo 1 f I and shadows but the sportsman "M n-made laws are not Infallible Liver PillsA

world. If not the Cost lent T.'SI.untul. ,U1Cor city ot t* beautiful and the rctulecture .- sees and 'hears and touches every and while Waltonlans thru- paclsiro[ of dram's Liver Pflla fa enclo For
have a rang; ot only 17 dec tars Renaiaaanee.many PUblic ouUding' iItalian substance! of the poet's song and out Florida will uphold the present o renbelt between ... rudor and Oottalc TASTELESS CHILL TONIO for those
Bummer weatner. average ail"-'tnhirm which adda to Its dignity ,r>ies. resort walks among the lights and shaw- game and Ash laws, at the who wish to take a Laxative connection
Pile great lalaad-contiiu DO appeal to many planning a wtter dows which Inspire the painter'sdreams. same time the Florida Division of with the Tonic. and flu
twenty-Ovs) time th. stet< iUnae cruise, and. ancb 11.n. wipe a* u>* the frank Walton League of AmerIca
Brttala and Ireland, ana utlcally .. * "It Is true that during the past Is working for a membership
.. large w the Cnitra ...w rue K>IIr. 11 whica *,- taksi UM traveller in snot- few years In Florida much 1m- strong enough to assist our next
) ate volcanic" << U fort to tit* far-r l I
te '"'opulaUoo Is approKlm.tfI'U1.'u"tlxn xiM< Antipodtr0tw PILES
no ire s'irrouo le nt.llwwmWelwlWemtwt' !;Im.u@urmuaWWwWrmuwuu'e.t"" tritwwwelaWn"" 'II@IllkmmIWllmaewmlrmilelautaatujei' "
: TillWOODS forest are mighty costly affairs. Art7*;!?..*PJU"C"hto..BUnd Bleedlna
office of HAROLD C or Protrodina) are dsnnroos If_leeted.
1, The fall They not only burn trees and soil Southern Wheel WALLINSURANCE Every Dnurtat MllaPAZO OINTMENT
and winter & Rim
see more but : Companyto with th.und..taDdin \t
drive away or destroy wild hat: will b* a
yf fire In the woods than at any other animal life. move Into new building ,,1i pll refunded pipet. 'lGe it;er fall to,till to ear boa.100, la,tube with. TADE MARK /

time. The Florida legislature Daytona Beach-Dldj to be received -

of 1927 passed an act that any Fort Myers Establishment of for construction of wooden
colony of Persian farmers In Lee STARKE. FLORIDA WATCH YOUR TONGUE
person who set fire to wooded county within bridge acroslHalifax drainage ca-
near future
land is HabU for the damage and templated. con nal. Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies souriifyouahay.. : If your' stomach la

or Jso to a fine of not over 11,000 Bartow-American Railway Ex- Sarasota-Population! of tbts rIRE, ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND, LIABILITY I!blllou. take a Lan.'e headache Plij* it ronlcbt.you're Relieves the cot

er.I on., year IwWWpt or both.4(1{( MIqrj\Vtres In tQV:1,I f WWs transfer'station.q mjianjr,. here.ratyWlihtu\!,\ I Its! city Increaa..to 11i.000, .aottnpgrtgl, II .JU1inoo.-TS )UI>JB. PROMPTLY 1ou'11 reel better tomorrow prevents comp '

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sive scale la being planned for F

Florida by the Belgian-Florida ,

New of Florida in Short Paragraph Rabbit Association, a letter to the

state department of agriculture
an- ,,/,)
nounces. The organization has f/

ive State NewsTOLD I contracted Flemish giants"for from 10,000 Belgium"white for ,

breeding purposes in the state re-

sulting, It wa's declared in, in 500- I, J,

000 animals for next winter's supply \ Jr

BY OUR EXCHANGES of breeders, meat and fur rab-

bits. The rabbits, it was said
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--I weigh from 10 to 25 pounds.
commissioners of state Institutionshave .. '. 61
tudo- -Deputy sheriffs of Or-
announced. A contract has Jacksonville C. r tr t\\
Penney, nationally -
f county claim have the Just been left for the manufacture

. 'Jg poorest marksmen in cus- of underwear for a Jacksonville known chain store opera- r

lie is James Seeley mana- firm. Under the contract, the prison tor, who la spending millions of ( .
|f a local hotel who officers expands Us scope of activitiesfor dollars in Clay county in an agricultural JANUARY 17th to 23rd :

te became Intoxicated and outside industries. For some- project which Is attracting I

| to commltt sucide. Seeley time a plant established at the attention throughout the world, I .' .,.
will explain his for 1
reasons select- ,
penitentiary for the manufacture!
s say took a 12 gauge shot- I ,
'ja.nd shot at himself three of shirts has been turning out ing Florida for his unusual experi- I,

escaping from the barrage thousands of those garments fora ment at the annual meeting of the

red, He was placed in Jail concern which sells them, pay- the state chamber of commerce at tk(
': Ing the state a certain amount for Ocala, Jan. 16-17th. Mr. Penney I 17th marks
harge of being under the In- the who will attend the state-wide January the 222nd anniversary of the birth of a great man
marketable product. The agricultural -
jje of liquor and Deputy Sher-
( C Cox said tonight that a manufacture will be bandied la a conference to be held whose teachings have helped millions of men and women in all walks of I

ot city discharging limits also firearmsthe will be similar manner.. Jan.meeting 16th.of will the address chamber the the annual following life to attain Success Happiness and Prosperity-that kind wise and prac- '". },I '

against him. Mlaml-John P. Stokes Miami! day.. tical counsellor of THRIFT-Benjamin Franklin. 'it JIi'
attorney, Friday anounced that Interests "
which he Jacksonville! -Local police have ', 11 I I tA ti
-A represents are
into npa- the searching source of supply Investlga-of prepared to buy the Miami Shore been requested by authorities of -In recognition of the soundness of his principles, National Thrift Weekis "

stole and lirewarks that have uddlvl lon for cash at receiverssale Fort Wayne, Ind., to seek Fred "" i ."
the Nation and Starke before
sponsored by to keep
Sly caused six deaths in Tamp- February 6, and develop the Thorne, 80, who is said to have us an ever-living and ,; '.

ice Christmas holidays Is un- property on a more extensive scale left that city last Saturday night inspiring example of achievement which lies within the grasp of all of us. "
for Orlando, with fifty $1,000 billsIn
|ay by city health officers. J. than was planned by Its original
ward, aged 10, Is the latestof backers. The larger creditors have his possession. The request was
tetanus, resulting from formed the buying combine. The made after Orlando police reported Everyone must work out his personal problems in Thrift as best he may

sntltetanus from toy pistol Inoculation on Christmas was announcement with the filing was made of the coincident final- Thorne that,they who were was unable due there to locate Mon- under the circumstances which surround him but as a beginning in his dutyto

decree of foreclosure, Issued day. the Community he cannot make better start than to resolve
| the youth too late to save by' a now to pat-

octora were making ex- Circuit Judge A. J. Rose. Claims ronize Home Business and keep his circulating in his Home Town. f4
|ve physical examinations of of more than 2000.000 against Lake Wales-A meeting of the money

hool children today in order property are to be satisfied. governors of the Associated Board

ciliate those who show evi- of Trade of the Scenic Highlands Boost Your Town Spend Your Money in Your Town and 9
of having received powderIn Washington-President Coolidge will be held at Hotel Polk, Haines Prosperityand

an effort to prevent fur- has decided to stop at Miami on City, January 13, to take up the Development will follow for Your Town and for You.

eaths. A large number were his way to Havana for the Pan- matter of beautification! of the
American conference and at Jacksonville Scenic Highway, State Road No.
| treatment. '
on his return trip. Instead 8 In the counties of Polk and High- This is the first lesson in Thrift I

ter Hill-Pete Smallwood. of the reverse, as originally planned lands. The meeting of the gov- P

rly of Bushnell and who has The change was made, it ernors will be followed by a lun- ,

working here In the garageck was said to meet train schedules. cheon at noon, at which Doyle .

Monroe, was killed Sat- The President will arrive in Miami Carlton will speak on the same
while welding a gasoline late In the afternoon of Jan. 14 subject. The women of the Scenic
and la Jacksonville on Jan. 18 Highlands Interested in the beautification -
The tank exploded with a or
19. movement have been Invited Bank of Starke
c roar, throwing Smallwood
dead to attend the luncheon.
distance. He was when i
Clewis ton Agriculturists of
eemployees and outsiders DENIFITJON r FOR COTTON .
d to his assistance. Little Bil- this section were puzzled today

nroe, son of the owner of thee over the phenomena of strawberries -
Cotton is the overcoat of a seed A ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.
ripening and turning rich
hurled by the a
was expos- that is planted and grown in the
Ills right arm was broken, red underground. Anthony Leh- southern states to keep the pro- S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier ::11n
Inger injured and and his ner, president of the Clewiston ,
ducer broke and the buyer crazy.
iurned.ksonvllle. Vegetable Growers' Association The fibre varies in color and ,
while Inspecting his strawberry
weight and the man who can
-The Democraticommittee's : patch, noted a vine leading under ,
guess nearest the length of a fibres ,- !J
the ground and digging down .
session to launch a s
called a cotton man by the public .
28 campaigns was Friday of- few inches, found several berries, the farmer and .. The opening of the second
fool -
a by a poor -- --- -- semester planation you
y set to be held in Fernan- all of them bright, red. on tasting were talking.
>n January 27 by Senator J. them apparently ripe. Unableto price business of cotton man by Is his fixed creditors.in New The Orleans School f brings, the arrival of a new Joe--I beg your pardon but I 11

wait, its chairman. solve the problem called on oth- and goes up when you have Bradford High sport season. A little earlier than do not recall It. I must have been e1I

er experts, but no solution was sold and down when you have usual, but with all Its old kick, talking In my sleep. ,

{Petersburg-The skeleton of I found and the three agreed to bought. A buyer working for a JournalEdltorInChlef baseball Is' here I

It, partly clothed in overalls, adopt the Incident as the latest group of mills in the South was At this time of the year, the boys Prof. Dowling-What Ia ve-

und buried in a plain woodat I Clewiston soil' booster story. sent to New York to watch the couldn't play foobuH with a clear locity?
: Rio Vista a subdivision, I cotton market and after a few days o conscience, and the buskulTiall Is 1'lmer-Veloclty: ia what a fellow r,

pay night by fisherman. Poe I Tallahassee-State banks and deliberation at New York wired _________--__________ WILLIAM DUNCAN monopolized by the team which lets go of a bee with,

Ehe investigating.skeleton was that Possibility of E. trust companies in deposits enjoyed and a substantial an Increase -- his will firm go up as,follows some think: "Some It think will go it Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPII MALPAS comparatively portion of the covers athetlcully a very Inclined small Molvln-Some day I expect to .

Jlver, aged and wealthy at- decrease in loans and discounts down.[ I do too. What ever you Sports Editor _________-.___-________ ELMER McMILLANJoke boys of the school. There Is no have the world at iI\z feet.LeoWhat'y. .
who mysteriously dlsap- in December, Comptroller I you been doing,
tennis court track facilities.
or Ho
Ernest Amos announced. From do wll be wrong. Act at once." Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELLTOllNADOUtt i Walking on your hand? .
here two years ago was a Cotton is planted In the spring the only thing left InbuMeball.. 1ta
How long the body had tabulation of reports from the ---- -------- ---- Therefore, the boys have settled
mortgaged in the summerandleft : WILL FACKHARD vurtta. Miss Madge Middleton, Mire White (to Junior class)
Interred could not be defln- banks, informally called by the In the field in the winter. SCIIKDtTLE,teactier. down to rounding Into baseball School Is dismissed Don't crack--- ; bt>aflt
determined, Investigatorsndo state banking department for Dec. News. form. It Is quite likely that the
Galveston Fourth gradLois Judd, Ruby yourself aa you go out. lt.
5. increase shown in deposits
an was school will have a team as usual
"MAC" McMILLAN) Leach, Fannie Silcox. Miss Gua-
and decrease In loans and TJlI WISH! FIUKNOV this and this early practicewill use
The board of directors discounts, indicating that both are Well,. folks Christmas is gone sle Mae Bennett, teacher. go far In preparing a winning June---Ignorance la bliss.

Central Florida Exposition, travelling "In the right directionfor V Once upon a time-and not very and we hope each one of you had Fifth grade+Helen Mersereau, outfit to represent the purple and Dora-Then you better get your

will be held in Orlando Feb- the most beneflcal results" the long ago-there was a brother and a wonderful time.Everything Martha Powell, Lula Redgrave, gold thla spring. life Insured. You're apt to die of fire

21 to 26, will consist of rep- 'comptroller said. The showing, sister who had a friend. A very Is fine Alma Thornton, Kate Williams. The Christmas holidays were almost Joy.
going just
up .
lives from_ the nine coun- |Mr. Amos stated, indicated that special friend was he, who told Miss Eunice Perkins, teacher. _, extended to a length of three The low first grade, taught by i oflief
at "Old Bradford" all the boys Sixth grade Fenella Snyder,
the colorful the banks had "turned the stories about men who flew
articipating In corner them weeks. School and a record cold Miss Olive Hay la learning to memorize
The and the low of deposit skies over far-flung are getting in shape for the hard Sinclair Peek, Lois Adklns, Gus
Uerestlng event. counting passed period through the wave began about the same time? the following new year's
part are: Brevard, Clay declines" for this season." spaces of the earth; of boys and schedule being arranged for them Thomas. Miss Bonnie Snellgrove, the first day being so cold that the resolutions: .

Marion, Orange, Osceola, S S girls who had thrilling and mys- teacher. cut abort and the
which will pit them against some Toolo, periods were Let ua try to be polite.
Seventh grade Mary
Semlnole and Volusla.cksoavllle Ocala-Dr. DC.. Wilson of terious adventures; ot others who students were released at dinner Always busy, clean and bright;
of-the best teams In this part of Mary Brownlee, Donle Rivers,
Jacksonville, field officer of the bureau had most unusual situations con- time for the day. The next morn- Leave whining for the puppies.
the state, such aa Lake City, Ala- Lucille Edwards, Palmer Williams.
--Operation of theta of communicable diseases, front them, yet managed to come chua Cedar Hawthorne, Waldo, Eighth grade--Victor Thomas Ing found the boiler flooded with And grunting for the pigs, e13.rnil.

Jacksonville Miami air state board of health, is here to through their tests with steadfastand and W-Lo-Se Council team of Ben Sternberg Louise, Edward, Icy water. Evidently some smart Leaving growling for the snappy
Ine, which was to have start- co-operate with Miss Helen Sutton courageous hearts of wild ani- Jacksonville, also the highly person saw fit to turn on the spigot dogs,
Evelyn Stump, George Sweezy
In the prob- health in a mals In deep Jungles-how they cold
metime spring county nurse touted Jax Business College Martha Grlffls, Melba SIlcox, Ha and render the building And bitter words for prigs. + ,,
rlll\ _not be started until nextt health campaign. The state board lived hunted and died. Such a which Bradford has on a cold I day. So school was postponed -
already sent Sponholtz, Georglnna Pender, Dev farmers
was learned here, has inaugurated a statewide cam- host! of things did their good until Wednesday, from whenIt A meeting of and business -
of a letter.trom the Pitcairn paign for the prevention and con- friend tell them ol, and how Inter- down In defeat on her own court. erly Cady, Ralph Cox. was continued for the remainder men Interested In tobacco
I When the boil have finished this Ninth grade-Louis Hill, Jr.,
atlon who secured coat trol of contagious and communicable estingly he told them! of the week. However, the con- growing In Putnam county will be
t The reason for the delay, diseases. This year's campaignwill Came the time when their schedule the they will be ready for Richard Long, Muriel SIlcox, Ra- tinued cold made shorter sessions held at Palatka January 14th, according .f.fjio
state tournament at Gainesville
chal SIlcox.
scribed to lack of sufficient be similar to the one last year friends moved away to another : necessary, : to an announcement by
in which we hope to make a gradLouise
Tenth Hayes,
ency landing fields between in which many thousands of children town. Brother and sister were, The time when students go "over the Putnam county chamber of
showing that will put D. H. S. Isabel Kaszynskl, Edna Stansbury,
nvllle] and Atlanta, and lack particularly among the saddened by his going, for they the top" Is drawing near. They commerce. 'The purpose of the
glued airway between the school population were Immunized knew they would miss his cherry i on the map. The team HO far, has Lenter Sponholtz. face the great tent, midterm ex-. gathering la to discuss plans for
two victories to Defeating
one Twelfth grade.-Lols' Gatney,
ties. Funds of the United against dlptherla, typhoid fever smile and the wonderful stories animations this coming week, the future development of this Indus-
the Waldo Hi, and J. B. C., Gwendolyn Launt, Reba Maxwell {
,department of commerce and smallpox. and amusing ancedotes he was so I ] third after the holdldays. Naturally try In Putnam county through the
fives one each and going down In MattIe Norman, Jessie Williams. selection and to.t
"n "11allstf'd and it Is not .. fond ot telling them. Then one day the school a scene of great activity proper preparation
defeat before the the terrific .
Ie that further funds JOT Jacksonville W. E. Park, the postman brought them a letter. these days as the subjects of soils and crop rotation looking
of the ratedas TII mUIFJ NKW8
slaught council team HEVJo:
I toward successful growing of the
will be available before young Jacksonville businessman.was from their friends in which he are hastily reviewed in preparation ,
one of the best team up Jack. -- .
(tt now is hoped the air- in a.,hospital Sunday recover- told them he was sending them' sonville way. Everyone'- the seventh gradewas for the coming event, which starts crop. .
be operated by Septem- from wounds received when he Youth's that 17th and will continue -
ay ing The Companion so So we don't feel discouraged at requested by our teacher to Tuesday Jan. Senator J. J. Parrish announced llthe
a3. beaten about the head with an would not forget him and Friday.
was they
all, but will avenge this defeat write a member of new year's reso- recently that not an orange was
"I S automobile crank by old man In It they would find Just the
an that
the recent cold
next Saturday night when we play lutions, the best five were selectedby damaged during
[ml Miss Ruth Nichols. whom he had given a lift. Park sort of stories they had so much
getting to be the Tltusvllle section of
which teacher In
the J. B. C. quintet on the Y. M. a committee our Broken arms are snap
society of woman of Rye. N. picked up the man In the outskirtsof enjoyed hearing him tell. C. A floor at Jax. appointed. The following were on as common on the Bradford cam- lirevard county, where he has a
ughter of Erickson N. Nich- the city and while bringing him And enough, a day or two
The latest In of citrus.
The team Is very confident. They the committee: Mary Brownlee, pus as. Freshmen. large acreage
member of the New downtown severely beaten, the magazine arrived, and
rmer was later .
Merrill McMllan.
seem to think that the purple and Hope Haynes Louise Marcotteand possession of
Stock Exchange Wednesdayt put out of his car, and his assail- brother and sister found that It The American Legion Post of
gold will never be lowered by as Frank Inman. These were sophomore.The
8:06 p. m. completed the ant escaped with about $20 In truly did have Just such wonderful unusual about It la Tltusville has purchased a 13-
I high a score again as that which the resolutions selected: part
n-stop airplane flight from and the of adventure and sport and tract of land for the purpose f
money car. stories acre
didn't It playing
came about on tie Jax court. 1. Try to be a better citizen that Merrill get
ork to Miami. Flying time mystery, and Just such Jokes as this year.a football. The misfortune came of establishing an-athletic Held for

actly 12 hours. She took DeFunlak Springs-William W. i they loved so well. And every time HONOR ROLL ( ) Do'not eat In school. about as he was attempting to that community.

1 Far Rockaway at 8:06 a. Flournoy, of this city: former attorney that a number of the Youth's Com- (b) Do not talk unless nes- crank the well-known Lizzie of of 13,000,000 for

HS Nichols was accompaniedry general of Florida, believes panion arrived, they wroto a note First grade C. E.-A. Z. Ad- sary. Redgrave & Co.. "Jello." (the Expenditure of Davis Islands'

Rogers air line pres Senator John S. Taylor: of Largo, to their friend and told him how klus, Jr., McKay Johnson Nettle 2. Do not talk back to teacher completion estimate announced by Howard -
nd owner of the Fairchild and Representative W. A. MacKenzie much pleasure the magazine gave Dowling Mary Harriet Bishop, II. II. H. DUNK Is the of Davie \ ,
Philbrook president
monoplane and Major W. of Leesburg not eligi- G.
are them. Mary Jane Judd. Margaret Hlg-
3. Do not use slang. Inc. In connection with
retired business man and ble candidates for governor in the You, too, may have Just that gin both am, Dorothy Crews. 4. Do not give your knowledgeto Mills Jackson-Give for one :year to be made In
nan of New Tark, Washing- next election, he said Friday. lie same pleasure, or give that pleas- First grade. C. Second grade R- others. the number of tons of coal shippedout Future Improvements

d Baltimore. cites the state constitution and the ure, by: means of a subscription to Billy: Long, Doris Strickland, L. O. 5. Everyone strive to be on the of the United States. Florida.

revised general statutes In his opinion the Youth's Companion. ubacrlb- Jones, Jr., Jane Flncher Melvin honor roll. We all hope to keep Huth-1492; None. Fred J. Foster formerly ot the each

er Haven-Record prices on the status of the of the ers'wlll receive: Grime, Marlon Ortffls RIley Strick- these throughout the :year of 1928 United States Bureau of fisheries

ng obtained for hampers of two candidates. Mr, Flournoy: 1. The Youth's Companion" land. Miss Fredrlcia Strath teacher. We intend to frame. them and Mr. Harrellexasperatedly( )- at Washington, and more recently ued.

Own in the Peace Valley holds that the.terms of the two 12 big monthly IssUes in 1928, and leave them for' the next year's I've a good mind to give. you a engaged In similar work In MIs-

near here. Dr. J. E. Crump.n candidates )In the legislature will 2. Two extra numbers of new Second grade-Beulah Brown, pupil whipping. souri has been engaged by the

and business man whoa not have expired by the time the subscribers ordering within 30 Bessie Varnes, Carol White Clar- BUI-Go ahead. Mebble :you can Florida Department of Game and

U O-acre farm a half election Is held, and that the constitution ice Gill. Beatrice Mosely, Jewe- Miss I+ltf.rtlclIow many pages but If you succeed you will deservean Fresh Water Fish to supervise and

rth of the Dundee road in expressely; forbids any: days.All for only $2. line GassfcU. Frances Lee Peek, have yea studied! i item on the sport page. direct the establishment of fresh

1ge, reported that he hade members of the legislature becom- 3. The Companion's new book Willie Mae Thornton. Billy Powell Cupie Well, when I have studied water and fish hatcheries In the

for. $5.50 a hamper. ing a candidate for the governor- of humor "1001 One Minute Stories" Theodore Goodge. Miss Ethel I this and 3 more. I'll have 'Mrs. White-If you work eight state. J. B. Royall, state game and

ship daring the term of- office for ,aUo Included FREE (send 10 Griffin, teacher. studied three.Florida's hours a day, what part of the day fresh water fish commissioner, has

hasaee-Still another in- which he was elected. ,cents to cover postage and hand- Third grade.-A. W. Anderson, I largest do you work TGeraldThe announced.The 1 1I
has been established at the :ling.) *. Dod Stllley, Arthur Swambom. I aquarium ia. In hottest. .

a state penitentiary at Ral- Tallahassee-The breeding and I THE TOUTH'8 COMPANIONS I[Leila Mae Crews, Mae Mersereau 'toe Royal Poinciana Hotel at West State School for the blind

embers of the board.... of ,marketing of rabbits on an exten; I N Dept., Boston, Mass.- Bertie Mae Ward. Virginia AIyku.z 'Palm Beach. Miss Florence-During my ex- Is located at St. Augustine.



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Bradford "ur.
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living and. It they or any of them Clerk' C A1.AF. /I
ESTABLISHED IN, 1879 are dead* '.their ;''heirs!, devlsrcxie; 'SlII.At.nr.ford. ? "i
frrantetw"" 0.* Ether claimants, by.' J. r.. FRAZEE C"IIa.\..
FOR TAX COLLECTOR through or under them or eitherofthem Solicitor for Complaint
and to each and every party
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Having been urged cy* my friend and parties person firm, and cor e- .-.!i.::h!
and feeling that I am duly qualified.I .
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida hereby announce myself a candidate ter etoInhthen followinglnilescribedland. NOTICE SCHOOL COTSoi
., situate, lying; and being In the
K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. i for omc. of County Tax Col- Town of Stance, County of Bradford, ELKCTIO_.
Vra lector for Bradford County Florida, State of Florida and particularly
____________Maturing Editor A subject to the Democratic Primary described as follows to-wlt: Lots By the powers vet.l i "I',
C. Robinson____________ One (1) and Three (8) In Block seven Board of Public Instru ''I"i",V
next June. (7), as per plat or map of the ford County Florida. lKrb
= I w. B. TOnODB. Town of Starke Florida. election to be heldi, ,{ thi!
houses In Vanderbilt
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I hereby announce myself a candl- QREKTINa-: Klslng special tax <"-h Hcl'iV, ',j?
You and each of you are hereby to deto'm'ne' whether, .,' 5 n'
Six Months 75c:-Payable in Advance Slate for the once of Tax Collectorof commanded to be Bradford before shall consolidate to ..1.| t',1,, ,
Yearly, $1.50; I Bradford County. I solicit the the Circuit I Court of County tee and assess the 1101||ling.] f
Rates ApplicationWill : Florida, on the llth of February consolidated dlstrlci ,r q J'
Advertising on support of the voters of the County: bill ""
of >
1928 to answer a complaint con 80 lid a.ted.
S/I and If elected, promise the faithful exhibited against you In this For the if I i. ,
I discharge of the duties of said of- S K. Raybon, a free dealer election in }lellbron.. ''URt"f L !,1";
flC*. the relief sought against Green Drew "'
II Heddlih inn'i
Starke get that new Federal building in 1028? I C. A.. KNIQI1T.I you \Is to quiet title In the said S.H demons are appoint, ,inJnJ,,
Ii Havbon, In and to the lands above For the purpose ""r hSSS'.(
o i I ('OITNTV.Jl'DGE described, and In default of such appearance election. In lUlling dl;,1",HH!.
the said bill of complaintwill Rae II. ft Lewis, ?' ,
1r. I hereby announce that I will he a and \\ ,r
Starke had as assessed valuation in 1920 of $500,000. Last candidate for re-election to the office be taken as confessed atcainst are appointed manual
Bradford Coun- you and each of you. For the '
of County Judge of hold
year it had increased to $1,200,000. ty. Florida subject to the Democrmto It ,Is further ordered that this order election In :.rfdobJ\.t\ i i. L),
Primary to be held June 6th 1928. be published in the Bradford Kirby Crews. and Samappointed Whit,
o your support will. be County Telegraph a news paper managers.
GEO. A. OAItDlNElt;? published In Star Ice. Bradford County i ,Said election to bf h>Id S.
One editor is trying to figure out why an attractive girl Florida once jach week for four Jo'eb. 11th. 11128.L.
weeks prior to the said 11th day of W KJCKt,
sister.In TAX ASKKMOIl 1928. 'I 1[. B. WIGGINS
uses more lipstick than her plain tehruary :, n,
I hereby announce to the puhllo Wlfn *Hn the Honorable A. Z. Ad- See. and Co. Bupt, i 1.11
0- that I am a candidate for the oflfc-e
of Tax Assessor subject to the will .
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Nicaragua bootleggers are given the death penaltyinthis of the voters at the coming Democratic -
j Primary. election to be held
the bootleggers' customers. June 6, 1928. In asking for this ounce
country w t: will say that I am thoroughly familiar -
r : with the duties pertaining Benjamin Franklin Said"Save :-
o thereto, and promise, i{ elected twill
Jacksonville school children are studying Bradford county discharge the duller of said office -
,PRINCE EDWARD ON HIS RANCH in the same personal-efnclent '
and courteous manner that I have NA r -R71re -s .
of "Know Florida Week" '
literature as part pr gram.o CALOART Alta. The Prince ot p&asls will oe laid on grain raising the collector's duties-and will be on
Wales is tbe latest Alberta rancher to on his Alberta farm. The 4.000-aei the Job when you com to make yourreturnsGive
trial. I will appreciate
the Alberta ranch bas been devoted almost me a
take in previously
out a membership
and will show my appreciation -
Miami has put out a horse-racing candidate for governor. Wheat Pool the farmers. co-operatiye exclusively to livestock breeding by It. my work. I. earnestly

It'll take a fast horse to stay in sight of Ilathaway's dust.0 gram marketing association accord- n.. located In the Heart atrtcb a solicit Most your Sincerely support E. W. HAYER
log to aD announcement Issued here farming area Into which settlement ,
--- --- Dy tot organization.One In recent years ba been heavy. NOTICI'i f ,

Exchanges are reporting "good general" rains in their thousand acres on Prince Ed- I -Membership In the Alberta Wheat 1k'i'e l .
ward's ranch at Rlgb River nave been Pool numbers 88.058 farmers. The In the Circuit Court. 26th Judicial .1G1"fr2D
section. Bradford farmers could use a little wet rain at this signed up under contract to the organization started four years ago (riroult Bradford County, State of
wbeat pooh says the announcementAll with a handful of wheat growers. How Florida. In Chancery.
time. a E. Haybon. a free dealer.Complainant. ,
tile grain grown on the land will It controls 143 country grain elevators ,
o be marketed co-operattvely under the and I* building a 3.4OO.OOO bushel VH.Itobert. .

This is Know Florida Week, but have been trying to rule ot the association. The prince terminal elevator In Vancouver. Operation G.DefendantsOrder Cole et ale.
became -interested to the pool movement of the pool assure what growers for 8>..tlp* li* r.bll..Uon
think all this week something we thought of about Florida on bis recent visit to bis ranch the highest market prices for then The State of Florid to Robert O.

last week. "Entrance of the prince Into the grain. It eliminates the handling and Cole,James Oeo. B C.,: Pace Clark, Annie W.: W.P.Moore Clark,

e wheat pool Indicates that more em- cost and, profits ot middlemen. A"hBl HntrhM. _the. Roberta O. / '

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Watch your foot on the accelerator and the road ahead on Cherry and Thompson streets

for railroad crossing signs.-Plant City Enterprise. It would : HIGHLAND : between Call and Madison were I Wm. J. IL1FFE

take a cross-eyed driver to do that. .. HIM M. K. Rick. Car. .. laid In. record time. Only onehalfof

..N.NNNNNNNNNU the street is surfaced at a time.THORNTON '
o Highland, Jan. 13.-F. M. i Watch and HaveBenjamin

Starke Telegraph has bet a hat on Hathaway. We Wau- Crews and family entertained during NIGHT MARSHAL Expert Repair-

chula folks are willing to bet a car on Carleton.WauchulaAdvocate. Christmas, R. I.. Crews and
family of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. J. The city council of the City of ing
You both lose.-Palm Beach Franklin was wise i in the of 1
may Independent.Ours O. McCormick and children of Starke. Florida, met Jan. 3, In ways

looks like a mighty safe bet and seems to be getting Sulphur Springs. regular session with the following He saw that the part which money plays

safer as the campaign progresses.-Wauchula Advocate. The Stanley Davis of Wlldwood, arrived members present: C. F. Hoover, ENGRAVINGJEWELRY most people's lives is a important '
Wednesday to open S. A. L. chairman. G. W. Alderman L. A. very ,

big show has just started. Railway Company's third trick of- Davis. W. L. Wall. he left as a heritage to the people of his cc

o fice here for the winter season. Minutes of the last meeting were
Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Wimberly, read and approved.W. try a shining example of financial efficient
Well the joke is Florida editors all right. A bunch
on us I
Jr., of Mr. and Mrs.R .
were guests E. Thornton was appointed Bradford County Bank teaches thrift usir
chipped in with memberships in the national association and Thede for supper Wednesday night marshal for the city of -
helped get John Lochner the prize fo *the first state that went night at Lawtey. Starke. Building I bank book as its text Start saving toda)
over the top. John has received the prize-a box of California Miss Barbara and B.Wilkinson Wilkinson WesleyWilkinson were the The council current adjourned bills were to paid January and I and save regularly. Spend less than you m'

oranges.-Leesburg Commercial. Cheer up! Lochnerwill visitors to Lawtey Saturday. 17th.. .. Starke, Florida.. .. I, if you would be successfulWe
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly, '. U'
appreciate Florida's when that box is -' .
more .
oranges gone.0 Jr., and baby left Friday for their A rubberiplant experimental station -- I pay 4 per cent interest on savings accou'

----- Is ,located at LaBelle.
borne at Nichols, 'I after spendingthe -

One citizen asked the Telegraph to boost the work of the holidays here with his parents : -.-..-.-.-....-..- ----_-._.-4 ,_...... .---.- -... BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
volunteer fire department instead of knocking it. The Telegraph Mrs. J.' W. drlffls was shopping I r .. '. 1 "I 1 i ir

has not criticised the personnel of the departmentonthe In'Btarke Saturday. ,
Misses Beth Wimberly, Ethel Bradford County's Financial Strongh
other hand it has praised their work with the worn-out 'Ricks and C. M, Qrlffla were visitors I .
equipment. The. boys stopped what would have been a disastrous to Starke Saturday. ',. STARKE, FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green and
fire last week by discarding the white elephant and I "I --- --. ----- -
of here
baby Starke, spent Sunday '
connecting four lines of hose direct to the mains. with relatives. J .

o Mlsa Sinnle Prescott of Lawtey, As. the. Year. of 1927 came to" a close this
spent Monday the guest of her parents .
... .. Mr. and Mrs R. D. Prescott "
E. ..:t'. Dickey of Gainesville, was Agency.rounded their forty-first year in'sU< I

transacting business here Monday.M. .
FROM OTHER PENS J. Austine of Jacksonville, and the'fo I
was a visitor here Monday.Mr. cessful business in Starke, as ty.sec- I

and Mrs. E. Prescott visited <", .

relatives at Lawtey Sunday. ond year approaches,. we view the general SItuation -
Don't worry about the next gen- to save the pain-wracked little suf Mr'and' Mrs. D. E. Tanner are

eartlon being soft. Look at the ferers. Death gave them relief. announcing the marriage of their I cto
eldest daughter,,, Mattte to Mr. Edward with much optimism. We believe that J
bond issues It will have to pay It Is to be hoped that from their took ,
Carter. The wedding
off.--Surasota Times. lIo'me
death of us at least
may and the happy
will make material if each t
We doubt whether trial marriages learn a lesson, and that similar couple are pleasantly located with our County progress to

would be practicable for tragedies in future may be lessen his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. S. "

the reason that a lot of coupleswon't ed. Loving parents would do bet Carter at Clay Hill. strives to operate their affairs in an economical -
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss
stay together long enough to ter to
cause a few childish tears Beth Wimberly were visitors to

News.give marriage a trial.-Gainesville by taking the cherished toys from Lawtey Monday. They were accompanied manner, using due diligence to see that all kN

unwilling hands than to run the home by P. E. Wimber- frr :
---ie- risk of ,,
sacrificing the little lives
ly for a few days visit.
The first girl in this glad Leap which we love so much. .We would Joe Sistrunk of Starke was a property is protected'with reliable insurance
Year who proposes a companionate not allow
our children to play with business visitor here Tuesday.
marriage to us will be spanked
poisonous serpents-yet death by O. E. Webb and M, J. Austin of -
and turned over to her mother. tetanus, lock-jaw. Is even more Jacksonville were transacting coverages. Upon reviewing the insurance sit- /

over Miami before Herald and Always not after turn spank-them horrible to contempl..te.PlantCity business here Tuesday. !
Tires Galore 'I
log.--P. 13. B. in Tampa Tribune ----o-- CARLOAD TO ORPHANAGEA uation we are prone to admit that the progressive I ,

-0Weekly Florida has forbid
ahead at a f

papers of Florida gen greater rate of speed since thecom- carload of foodstuffs and is.the who insures and wishto fI
erally are advocating Mrs. Luclle Ing of paved highways than at any clothing for the Baptist orphanage man man we I _

Smith of Lake Worth Herald who other time In its history. It does at Arcadia was shipped from

In also president of the Florida not take much stretch of the Imag- Starke Thursday. This car was remind our many friends that the old adage, .
Weekly Press Asaoctatlon, for then ination to picture the Florida of valued at 1400 and represents the

Xt governor of .--DelrayNews. even ten years from now becauseby work of Baptist churches In the

It the weekly papers of the that time there will. In all probability New River Association "Better, be safe than sorry" was never more

state pulled together for Mrs. be wide, well-protected and There are scores of different brands of tire:
Smith they could elect her which substantially built motor routes WKATHEU REPORT .

would be a big Joke on the poll- connecting every county In the true than now. he market-they all look much ali'
ticians.-Palm Beach Independent. state the combination resulting in Weather record for week end- pretty

-o-- certain through arteries of travel Ing Jan. 11th, 1928 Southern Forest r 'he
has the best-there arej
i !everyone
The announcement made this such as the Gulf Coast Highway Experiment Station Starke .

week that the Seaboard Air Line from Pensacola skirting the Gulf Branch. I Our many_ friends will find, the owners of kinds of "special around-it .
Railroad has acquired by lease the of Mexico to a connection with the Date Max. Min. Preclp. I offers"floating ,

Georgia Florida & Alabama Rail- Tamlaral Trail at some convenient Jan. 4 46 21 .00
road extending from Rlchland. Ga., point In Pasco Hlllsboro or Sara Jan. 5 53 24 .00 this Agency, namely A. J, Thomas and R. J. 10 wonder car owners are confused. Bert

181 miles southward to Carrabelle. .Iota counties. Lakeland Star Jan. 6 65 37 .00

Fla Ilavlea. U another Indication that S. Telegram. Jan. 7 67 42 .00 Davis;ready and willing to help solve your insurance *ie sure, way to play safe. Buy a genuine'ear' '
WarHeld's expansion Jan. 8 73 45 .00
pro -o-
gram for the Seaboard Is to be car- I Florida is facing a fine outlookIn Jan. 9 69 58 .04 Tire from us-they cost no more-1]

ried out. It Is aloo expected that Us truck crop productions for Jan. 10 63 48 .04 needs, and assist you in any other way ,
the Seaboard will eventually make the year 1928'. This Is the gist ofa Jan. 11 __ 39 .00 : [uently less.Supreme. it i

this newly acquired road a link [ report on the truck crop situation -

la Its long-talked of trunk line I just Issued by II. A. Marks, Total rainfall _________.08 possible. .
down the west coast to Tampa and .Ky..N: a
agricultural satisticlan for the 4 .
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South Florida. PAVING GOING .
-Ocala "
Star I United States department ot agriculture AHKAD RAPIDLY : .
bureau of agricultural "
The fact that five
Tampa kiddles
economic. The dtscnssea
have died since Christmas With the coming of warmer
from the string bean, and ,
pepper, potato
tetanus which resulted from burns weather, contractors In charge of ,
tomato crops. Regarding beans It,
pistols received, should while be playing with toy says the carlot movement of the Starke's ahead with paving the program work at are a going rapid
for banishing such death-dealing cause fall halt crop times was of that about during three 1926.'and To a rate. Nona and Church streets J. R. Davis & Co. Service Static"

"sate" toys from the hands have been completed to Call street
of .
December 13, It adds, the move ., I".
helpless childhood. In these Tam- and Wednesday the short blocks
pa cases slight burns were allowed ment was 949 cars compared with Established 1886 NO.2' PHONE
to 267 cars for the same date In sent out about 40 per cent of the
go without
attention, until 1926. "While all sections have had STARKE FLORIDA
blood poisoning aet in. Lock total ,shipment of the state over ,
followed and all that skilled Increased planting., the greatest 8,000 acres being planted to truck
sicians could do proved unavailing Increase has been in the region of crops during the faU.-Tlmu-Un.
Okeechobee. This section ion.


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