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 20, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Subscription-For Year, $1.50; SLxMonths,75cPayab1e: >> in Advance E. S. MitthesOwncr and Publisher '1 \ ;

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, 'jlebration Is Planned When I TO THE TRf'IUHSSSOCl.TI PARENT.:: () Car License Time Gen. Summerall W. H. .UJ\iSST SPARKMAN: .VXTII.VN RI'NS M.VUPlant New Low Price

Big Bridge Is Completed Bradford All parents Counry and High friends School are of Has Been Extended Presented Sabre Oly Tiu-mrr Will ito A C'II"-" Whippet Is

ili>(liit<> for (oinnilwIoiK'r
prgently requested to meet at
Motor Vehicle !)"|"' mont GivesI'm I'r"1I1'1I1311.... of \1'11111..1'1' Announced Here
|reen Cove Springs, Jan. 17.-! school building Friday p. m. at t't'I't'lIIunlt'M at Ju<'k-

\, Clay' county chamber of come Bids Received For I Parent-Teachers';J:30: for purpose Association.of organizing a -II Feb.- 1. /000\111" Tuctuluyliy .\ttenl.Ml Taking the-stand (that onlY' a

took the first step this weekrd Wei I ( TlioUMttiuN real "dirt farmer" is I John N Willys president or
Cedar hope to have parents who have'. Tallahassee, Jan. 13.-County quuliried to

a celebration on ,the oc- Key RoadCedar children In school to be present on officials of Florida today were re- give the farmers and growers the Willys-Overland, Inc., made a.

I n of the opening of the St. that occasion. Other communities quested through the press by the Major General Charles P. 'Sum- service which they heed Will 8Sparkman characteristic\ he move this week
when the
ustlne-Creen.! Cove Springs I Key Jan. 17.-Bids for have'found the P. T. A. a valuableaid state motor vehicle departmentnot ni rnU, chief of staff of the United native son of 1tilsl] >or- dropped by price on tho S.
t. Whippet a larger margin
ougli has
county entered (ha
to enforce until contest -
in February 1
the bardsurfacing of that portionof promoting best interest of States Army and one of till out than has been made .
sfga across the St, Johns River school I the law requiring the purchase by for tho cabinet post( u* com ever on a light
|nmlng a committee to act for State Road 13 between Wytle The first meeting will take up* motor vehicle owners of 1928 license standing Anferlcan officers In the missioner of agriculture of the cur by any manufacturer In one

| county In formulating and Cedar Key were received at subject organization tags. World War, was honored Tuesday state! of Florida, now held by Nathan move before
plans and the study
|arranging for an appropriate the letting, of the State Road Department in a general way of scope of workto I W. F. Allen state motor vehicle night by Florida, his native stato.I Mfly(). Tile new prices bring the Whip,
commissioner by lie( presentation of a handsome Mr. Sparkman has been engage; put Into direct competition with
ration. The committee named in Tallahassee, Tuesday be done. Plans will be discussed announced that
: the !lowest priced car on the
I jeweled sabre In a sterling silver In agricultural pursuits on mi extensive market
R. Wilson Ira after consideration the department
Thomas L. C. a thia"nleetlng too
but how P. T.
on contract has
as yet been and alan bring,; hn Improved
J. E. Larson E. L. Meade A. can help In accrediting elemen- had decided to "be lenient" with scabbard as a token of his dis (scale for the past several (

Budlngton T. J. Beery D. let. This delay Is due to the large tary schoolI1E.NRY. motor vehicle owners until that I''tinguished( service to the state and years together with a brother Whippet with added( equipment

,ter Morton,, A. G. Shands and number of bids received on. this S time, but that there would be absolutely -nation. The presentation was Amos Spitrkman, at Dover. This and bodies which enhance Its prcs*

,V Hulvey. These gentle- and many other road projects all Y. BROAVN no further extension and made l by Gov. John W. Martin at excellence bucked by his knowledge ent For reputation the past for several beauty.

all that tags must be placed upon all the Duval county armory before an of Florida's requirements, months
i represent sections ot. Clay of which must be tabulated by the
Mr. Willys him been busy on plans
ty. The idea was advancedSt. The death angel entered our motor vehicles by the night of Jan- audience that enthusiastically applauded -I he declines, qualifies him to give
engineers before for the organization ha heads and
contracts be
can the 'the farmers and the
31.The presentation address growers; lIer-
| Johns county should name midst at 3 o'clock. Saturday mornIng uary .
formally let.According. department recently asked by tile governor and the speech of vice which tney need. Another these plans have Included the
amlttee to work with the Clay 7th, and took from our I .
building of a body paint
General Summerall. plank of his platform In the (tlenrIng
acceptance by
tty committee. to press dispatchesfrom midst our beloved fellow-citizen the authorities to allow motor vehicle
owners from Japuary 1. when General Ulandlng was In charge away of all unnecessary red which will take care of Whippet. :
Messrs. d. R. Henry Y. Brown.
esday Wilson, Tallahassee the letting Tues- His death cameas the
body construction, opening ot
and ''the license tag law becomes effective of tile ceremonies and after the tape In connnrtlon with the operatlou -
Beery O. W. Hulvey a severe shock to the entire
day the
was largest In the historyof u new forge and heat treating
of the
I to St. Augustine and took the Florida, bids having been community as he was up attending until January 15.Keystone Itt Rev Frank A. Julian bishop department plant'and other additions which
received Horn Hover Dot 20 \
of ut
S tlio diocese of Florida of the 1889
er up with the St. Johns coun- on about three million dollars to business the afternoon preceding -;, _aa- ---aaaaaaaaaaaa.. .. _. .,_ ..___.._. _._._ _".___ _. ., .., _u .ti.,_tv.A_ ......._.nllv_... 4rtit4. '.fl_BA<1. t H A fTlAIaiallng -
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I rjpiscopai ciiurcii. nail ucuvriuu I'* r npurmiiitu ttiit-iiueu mi uillethel
amber and those gentlemen his death, and had .
worth of road work, which never efficiency and economy ot
school Pendlelon. Creek
the benediction and for on
assured that a strong come will conducted In fifteen counties taken to his bed : Heights : a prayer Willys-Overland.
and later Iron
the was graduated 1
continued! peace, and audiencehad
would be named at an early including Gasclen, Levy, Lake, Os- Although a native of Georgia ; MI. Helen Ovden, Cor. Plant high Mchuol. !During the The present Whippet shows a
I to work with the Clay county he early adopted this state as his I sung Star Spangled Danner ;
This ceola Holmes Collier Hlllsbor- He born .........+...........**+ led by Billy Williams. Governor World war he saw service overseas body design on the enclosed models -
ilttee. own. in
gives assurancethe was
ough, Polk Palm Beach Alachua which Incorporate the latest
Bunswlck'i Keystone Heights Jan. 20Mr. Martin made the presentation with several branches of the mill

celebration will be held. Suwannee, Leon, Bay Escambla Ga., December 14th. son and Mrs. W. II. Ogden and two speech lauding the military accomplishments tnry organization: winning the, cadet type of sun visor, contrastIng -.
be date and plans of the cele- of William and Martha Brown.
and Okeechobee and seventeen window reveals which ailtln
on daughters were entertained at and character of rating of sergeant lie Is u /pon
ilcm wil be announced later.IIOLIJTIONS His father
being mInis-
different roads. a Baptist to the of the
[dinner at the home of Mr. and I General Summerall which enabled of S. 10. Spurkman. for many years materially appearance
S The successful bidders will be ter. In 1882 he came to this state remote door controls following
body, ,
: Mrs. Wm. Ewing on Wednesday, him to attain promotion after promotion tax assessor of Hlllsborough and has since made his home here
announced and contracts awardedat 'Jan. llth.I to return to his native ty. the latest developments Inconvenience .

'e Ladies Auxiliary of the First the next quarterly meeting of with the exception of one short I i'I l Mr. Wm Pierce returned to his state as commander of all of the In opening the doors,

byterlan church held their :the department to be held in Tal- stay in Georgia in 1883. He was home In Keystone Friday Jan. troops of the United States of MISS tItNiLI.t HHKKTK and entirely now pressed steel fenders '

lanassee Janoary 19tn it is married to Miss Henrietta Wynn I wl.ler than hitherto used and
g meeting of the new year last an I I 13th after a three weeks' trip of America and second only to President ,
nounced. daughter of Ashley and Rachel Jacksonville Jan. 17. The of the full! C
combined crown type. ,
day, Jan. 12th at the home business and pleasure to Coolidge In command of the
Jrs. T. S. Williams with a The Wylie-Cedar Key section of Wynn. To this union was born Tulsa Oklahoma, and his former army. It Is very fitting, Governor many friends", of Miss Cornelia The headlights have been raised<

&did attendance. The follow- State Road 13 Is a twelve mile five children. Hartrtge V., H. home Forth Worth, Texas. Sheets will regret to learn ot her and mounted on a new one piece
E"I Martin said, that the state legislature -
stretch and also Includes four W. A., and Loney Delay death which occurred at her rest member adding to the
resolutlona were read and acjjd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bussard of should enact the law. presenting cross appearance

and placed on secretary's bridges. The completion of this and Mrs. J. C. Terrell. Only 'Altoona, Pa., arrived In Keystono the token of affection and es dance, 19 West Duval street Saturday of size.

piece of road Is of the greatest Importance of which survive him. ,Heights Friday Jan. 13th, to afternoon at 2:30: o'clock: New equipment Includes an automatic
tern of the entire 1,300,000 population -
.'.solutions: to Cedar Key as It will He became a member of the ipend the remainder of the winter. I, to the general while he Is following a brief illness She wasa windshield wiper rear vis-

give this'city a hard- Baptist church in 1893 at Folks-! native of Mobile. Ala., and was Ion mirror and stop light at the
(ice our'last meeting one of completed I,This will be Mr. and Mrs. Bus yet living./ He spoke briefly of
nost active, efficient and help- surfaced road out of the city and ton, Ga. and lived a consistent I sard's third season at Keystone. the boyhood life of General Sum- the daughter of the late Mr. awl< rear In combination with the rear

embers has left us for the conecting up with all of Florida's' Christian life ever since. In his Heights. merall. spent In this section of the Mra. John L. Sheets of MoMIe driving light.

world-Miss Kate Llvlng- main arteries of travel. loss we lose one of our most highly Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lawrence r Miss Sheets had been a resident of It wan the first light car to offer

-- --- respected citizens. Throughouthis -: u"v"o,___._ ._ dCKU1LV1tW,__..___..IOL. "n' _..._ __._.. state In the territory now covered Pablo Beach for several years, but four.wheel brakes as a staudard. B ,
by Bradford and union counties.
life he lived the motto of honesty -I moved to Jacksonville several national equipment and the first
was always present at our GREEX URGES LONG Jan. 14th to meet their daughter, "In presenting this sabre to you .1.
r and good-will towards hls weeks to make her home. She to offer the lowef and more com
[ ngs when posslblte, was al- FOR APPOINTMENTAS |Helen, who returned to Keystone as an offensive and defensive ago
\ JUDGE fellowmen lIe was a good provider Is survived by two slstfli' ', Mrs. A. pact form of body construction
I ready to do her whole part FEDERAL I with them. Miss Lawrence left the said In
governor pre-
a kind and gentle husband, weapon R. Hlndrlcks of Jacksonville, and which has now been generaly fol.
Jlo movement for Lake City where she
anT "I
encourage | senting the gift to the general
he betterment of the church Washington, Jan. 12.-Representative and a loving father. Besides his teaches.Mr. Mrs. H. V.?'. Wardell of Starkertwo lowed It was also first to Introduce
do behaii of the people
Green democrat FlorIda wife he leaves to mourn his death so on brothers, John L. Sheets and( < high efficiency motor construction ient
[church property. Was al- / and Mrs. F. P. Stuart of Florida who believe that you will
two children H. E. Brown, Starke: K. T Sheets of Mobile: three In the light car field. ,
I cheerful and ready to lendIng announced today that In & of Sllvercreek, N. Y., who( had been draw It only In defense of our cfuli
Mrs. J. C.
Terrell White
hand for any good work.as personal conference with Attorney Springs; (spending several days at the homeof constitutional liberty and this nieces and, one nephew. The body S

free from pesslsm, she General Sargent he had urged the and a host of relatives and friends. I Mr. Stuart's sister Mrs. J. 11.I great government of ours." was forwarded last night to Mobile ........................ 11c.
of A. V. Long' The funeral services were held Alabama, accompanied by tin .
fin the iunshfne and not In appointment Judge (Lawrence, of Keystone Heights,
Joamlng: was always readyh of the eighth Judicial Florida circuit at the family residence corner left Monday, Jan. 16th for the The entire ceremony at the arm- bereaved family, where funeral : WOODLAWNWoodlawn ,
left church and Seventh street'at 2-30: ory Will broadcast over WJAX anda services will take place Tuesday .
the vacantin
good work and was never for JudgeshIp southern part of the state. .
a the to improv- the seventh federal Florida district Sunday afternoon, conducted by I Lawrence K. Walwrath who is battery of movie and still cam afternoon. Interment will be lithe ....................... '

[Idltlons.blocking way by the death of Rhydon Call. Dr. Raymond of the First Baptist attending the University of FlorIda -''erameu took photographs of the family mausdloum In Mobile. Jan 20.--Mr. and i lu ;

steady as clock work a church ably assisted by Rev. L. returned to Gainesville Monday presentation of the sabre and of Burns and Clymore morticians "Ii( Mrs. L. R. Denmark returned : ILIU'k*

was FOR CHILDREN'S HOME: W. Kick liter and Dr. Tucker of the /general and his party, West Church street were In homo Thursday after spending sev- ,
dependable. She had Jan. 10th after having spent '
ways the Presbyterian church. Mesdames -|' The sabre presented to General of local arrangements.JN oral Uys with relatives. In Jack- ; -
Iten how to say "no" when 'the week-end with his parents, Mr. i charge
E. M. Davis, Butler and Summerall has a grip of genuine sonville.(
The Telegraph was furnlshec '
] ,
|to help In worthy enter- and Mrs. F. M. Walrath of Key- 7olUAM -
any the following news Item through Messrs. John and L. C. Powell black and white Ivory. while the Mi;> Mr and Mrs. Moore of Italford tU.I
She had a strong sense of I stone Heights.
I courtesy of Rev. O. P. Raymond, .softy sang. "God Will Take Care I, top of the hilt Is jeweled with a spent Sunday here the guests ot
and yet was always steady At a meeting of the Keystone
pastor of the Stacks church: of You" and "Nearer My God to I I fine Sibs ran amethyst having a Mrs. Mary W ek" Ranch was Mrs. Moore's\ mother, Mrs. Maggie
liable for! good as the needle Heights Woman's Club on Thurs- I
,! The New River Association, Rev, Thee." The Interment was at the hand etched oak leaf border hold-I born In Bradford county May 17, Drowning. t are
|>t to the pole. | day. Jan. 12, the folowlns officers
refore be It resolved: J. L. Norris of Lacrasse moderator Prevatt cemetery. D. C. Jones, 'were elected: Mrs. J. H Lawrence, Ing the stone. The back of the 1859, and died Wednesday January !Mr. Truby Plnholster and sinter, .' a i of ,

it gathered a quantity of pro- funeral director in charge. A I Walrath handle Is beautifully etched and t 4. 1D28 at her home In Ml- Miss Lou hod la, spent the weekendat
la F. M.
: That her departure a president: Mrs. ,
visions from different communitiesand large host of friends and relatives the basket of the hilt Is elaborately i aiitl, death coming suddenly after their home In Urooker.Rev. :
!Mrs. C. II
bereavement to our society, first vice president;
[ by the courtesy of the S. A. followed him to the last resting ornamented with General Sum- i an Illness of three days. The body D. L. I'lIIlpland family attended
be filled. Mrs.
1 place can scarcely Clarksecond vice president;
)>nd: That we cherish her L. railroad, forwarded same to the place. I|''Fv O. Cornish treasurer; Mrs. merall's monogram, done In platinum ,was brought to Starke for burial church services at Theresa ** i

affection ander Baptist Children's Home at Arcadia Those attending the funeral I secretary Mrs. and Jeweled with rubles diamonds and services held at the Livingston Saturday evening.Mr. .
with Cadraan ;
xy last week. The car contained from out of town were: :Mr. and Philip and sapphires, carrying out I home on West Call street with nr.I. ) und Mrs. Oscar Carter were liet
be glad to point to her as John Bird, corresponding secretary -
fthy such goods as meats, flour Mrs. N. D. Wynn, Mrs. L. R. Willis li the national colors. II.[ A. Tucker officiating laterm shopping In Lawtey Saturday
model In tbe Woman'sary. Elizabeth Caughey, c11.
groceries, especially lnaavlllar. Mcknartt. J. H. and G. ; 3Ils8 ...'_ __._....___.. 'd ft' .".' ..t..... <,nt wall ,in Prevatt cemetery. The f1nnfnff exercises of Hell. !.
meal potatoes --- -- -- -
brarian. S tiC "" .uue"u In u. n..u d' '
F. Terrell Miss Lois Terrell. Mrs. Mary Weeks Rauch was ironii und Vvoodlawn, school, Jan.
rd: That we realize that canned goods, clothing candy !Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haggertyand ling silver hand etched in bold re- ueiJ

.Ing dead yet speaketh" will toys. Everyone was very kind White Springs; Mr. and Mrs. G. T.Ilinton Junior, of Interlachen, lief. It is ornamented with the the daughter of Captain and Mrs. 27th. Kvorbody: welcome.Mr. .

conduct our society-and and contributed splendidly con- Mount Dora; Mrs. W. A. and Mr.son and Mrs. D. C. McLean, of United States coat of arms, with 'J. N. Jones and the family lived and Mrs. Bennett and J. C.,

Individual lives in harmony sidering the constant needs at Brown, Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. Toronto Canada were guests at palm l loaves typical of Florida In Starke many years. She is survived Starling of Manning were visitor

splendid example.th home to supply neglected and unfortunate Jessie Brown Mr. and Mrs. N. M. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. and the great seal of this stnta. It by her husband J. S. Ranch here Sunday

per : Resolved that we will mothers and little chil Slrcy Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. Hattie Wilson and Sunday Jan. 1th. also heirs the official Insignia of of Miami: an only sister, Mrs. Susan Itev. D. I,. Phillips will hold ser

dren. Smith Tarbough, Ga., and Mrs. each unit which he commanded Vorhees of Piorce; an only vices ILt''the Baptist church lift 1"
of the
i best to live such lives that Dr. Geo. Meade, president
|'y enjoy meeting her In our The communities which took J. II. Johnson, Jacksonville. Florida Chautauqua and Mrs. during the World war. daughter, Mrs. ,George C. Livingston -- Manning Sunday Jan. 22nd.
f's house. part In this benevolent enterprise, S Meade, returned to their home In Surmounting all of these Insig- of Tampa; two S

: That a copy of these were as follows: Sampson City NEW; SIGNALS IN OPERATION Keystone Heights, from Baltimore nia Is that of the First Division, ., Mrs. Marie KcMastar und ICIHIMJHlulnic. ho

ions be sent to Mr. George friends brought their offering too Md., on Wednesday Jan. 11th. which arrangement seems most appropriate Miss Margaret Livingstontwo; and -

ngston, and to the Bradford late to get Into the car as the rail- The signals erected at the main Earl Titus, of Barnes, Pa., andL. since the army and greatgrandsons. George Riley Others Jan. SO.-Mrs. E. W.

h Telegraph for publication. way company decided to send the railway crossings through town B. Roberts, of Sheffield, Pa.. American history will always blend Held McManter of Tampa. Homey of Starke spent Fridaywith
were placed In operation last week from out of town attending the funeral to'I
"V Ladles' Auxiliary car away Wednesday night. We ,arrived in Keystone Heights this the name of General Summerallwith her daughter Mrs. Annie> .

rterlan Church, Starke, Fla. were sorry but appreciate. their the final tests being made Thurs week. They will be here for an the fighting achievements of were: Crawford of this section.Mr. .

kindness Just the same: day. Each crossing signal is' operated Indefinite time. this famous division. Mr. and Mrs. W S. Harris, lIIrs'l II. H. Lewis and !Mr. J. E.

,VO !! i.tLI4 FIRES Antioch ____..:_- ------$ 71.50 ; Independently of others.j and Mrs. C. A. Chllds and Hattie Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Norman spent Sunday In Jacksonville
Mr. and coat of
U. shield
The S.
Corinth ____________ 30.25 from the tower placed near Helen of Meadvllle Pa., Harris, Mrs. Charley Sparkmun visiting !ley, P. M. Rlggs
Sollnu fire In the Green Ga- China Grove ___________ 4.00 plant, and the light and gong :: daughter Heights arms of Florida are worked In iiol- and daughters Ine and Willie- who has been very sick. 0 ,

(orth Walnut street called Deedan ___________ 120 started as a train nears the tress-: I'arrived, in Jan.Keystone 12th, to spend the id gold, while the various organi-, bole, and Mrs. W. J. Green, all of Miss Edna Lewis \
firemen Saturday, the Evergreen __ ________ 2,00<) Ing. A large gong placed In the Thursday, of the winter. zation insignia are finished in colored Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Letty Edwards Saturday night.

elng extinguished before Hope Church __________ 27.75 tower starts ringing as a train approaches -I remainder and Mrs. II. J. Oldley, of enamelrThe Phillips, C. A. Marks, James Roe Mr. II. M. McRae and family also -

age resulted. The second Highland (Mrs. Wimberly) 40.00 the city limits from northor Mr. Y. who attended the blade of the sabre I* made ,,of Tampa; Judge and Mrs. A. V. Mr. T. N. Norman and family

fit noon Sunday was caused Hellbronn '. _. ---..:- 2.25 south, and as the train passes Dunkirk:Chautauqua, N. here last year of the finest quality sleet, and! Is I Long of Gainesville( Mrs. O. W. visited at the home of Mr. T. K.

tor operating the refriger- Kingsley Lake ____, 2.50 through the town the signals on Florida registered at KeystoneInn 'appropriately etched with designs Peacock and. Mr. W. Id.Valn-'Stokes of Waldo Sunday

ult in Butler's Pharmacy.e Lacrosse ___ .._________ 14.60 the crossings are put in action. are again the characteristic of the military ser- wright of Hawthorne; Mrs. Char- Misses Jeanette, Audrey and 1110

voltage preventing the Lawtey _,_ ,_____--___ 26.50N. S for whose season.names appear on vice, and< bears the folowing Inscription ley Sparkman and daughter Mrs. Mildred Norman attended churchat

ttalnlng running speed. Is Pleasant Grove ______ 23.50 NEW: FURl ARRIVES, Guests at Keystone Inn thisweek : Maud Wesley of Waldo and Mrs. WaUroak Sunday evening.
have caused overheating the register "Presented to Major General : A. A. Durden. Mrs. Barry Geiger, and Thelma Lewi
; Pine Level ___________ 14.00 Billy Bullwlnkle. Misses Edna
sequent Short circuit. Starke ____ :______ 186.00 The local Ford agency secured are: Charles P. Summerall. United Mri. ElsIe Soarkmaa and daughter ..nil.. .Mlu... 1tns& Mae .Norman were
I Mr. and Mrs.. ueo. W. -- ----- -- -----
Wateroak ____ _______ 5.00 Its first new Ford Wednesday afternoon Gainesville; Chester A. States army by the state of Florida Jeannetta Roper of Hampton. the guests of Miss Iris McRae S
LoDGE and Mra.
pORD F. & A. M. and Thursday proved to Meade; Mr. of .
under act of its legislature --
Ward Clty- rooker ___ 29.05 Sunday.
>8 a busy day for tho demonstrator. FoJey, Franklin Pa.; Mr. and 1927, In recognition of his distinguished (1.\1"1-1 IUUlJ"U: Mr. Leon Conner and wife and .
ar communication sedan is attracting J. A. Chadwick, Gainesville; ,
of The two door MM.
Total ____________$475.00 Mead- services during the of the I little son. visited at the home of ;4/1
C. A. Childs. Bob Goutcher, in charge
the first and Mrs.
Lodge No. 58, F. ,4 A. as much attention as Mr. World after-
at the lo
nd loaded a total of 4970 pounds.On and Ga. Earl Titus. Barnes of town, was struck over tile
fourth Monday nights. Starke several weeks ago lanta, : near Lake Ciff. March 4, 1887 part noon.Mr. Arthur RcRae and brother.
behalf of the Orphans Home,
d I to attend. favorable comments were Pa> L. R. Roberts, Sheffield, Pa.; lie head with a blunt Instrument ear-
E. Trice and many making him 61 years of age. Wesley attended church at Samp-
the Superintendent Mr' Mrs. H. J. Oidley Dun Tuesday morning and the cash
heard as to Its appearance and rid and entered the United States Military ly each
the one hundred tad eighty or- Jennie j.. Ellis emptied of Its contents son Sunday.
Y. register was
ing qualities. with
and after
Academy June 16, 1888 of little Mien.
phan children, we thank all whoso E. The many
S Dunkirk. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Goutcher reported to the police -I
contributed to make graduation tour years later. begana Lucllo Crosby are glad to hear)
eek ending Jan. 18. 1928 generously BIrth 0. Baxter Gainesville; Martha Tuesday. In addition to the

'. Forest Experiment Sta. this new undertaking such a suc Mr. and Mr. A. W. Anderson, Baxter Gainesville; Ollle Dell.Gall1e.fl1e brilliant career marked with money taken from the cash register : hat she Is very much Improved I Land
him to the
citations that brought
rke Branch. cess. Starke. January 17th. a son. ; W. Phillips Gainesville butcher had his pockets rifled we hope her a speedy recovery. 4

Max. Min D. W. Moore, Bflc.. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. f. P"**?"' World war as a major general. while unconscious. Rev C. A. Crosby filled him
Precip..on J. L. Norris : : During the war he commanded the regular appointment at Sampson
Tth. a son. Mrs.
71 39! Starke January Jr. St. Augustine; Mr. and
Division and
First R J. Holly of Sanford directorof Sunday
6) 45 .00 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tomllnson i Ji]. Welch St. Augustine; Mr.
TEACHERS ]Ol. )II Moderll.tor.j T. :army corps serving with, distinction the Florida Public Utilities Information -
7( S3 .00 Starke January llth, a son. and Mrs. J. D. Plevros. St. Augustine '

7T 47 .00 Teachers' ;;;;;;' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin, ; P. L. Tlppina Green Cove ,the allied to receive nations the could highest bestow.honors. Monday and bureau.paid the wu Telegraph in Starke office The stock of goods removed fromMarluerlte'e '
13th when the
7T Brooker. January a son. Shoppe
n 61 64 ;.00 held at !pourt% house In Starke beginning I Mr. and Mra. J. S. Eunice, Law- Springs. He was appointed chief of staff a call. ir. Holly was returnIng building was threatened by flames ,

.00 at 8 o'clock Thursday.Feb. of the army November 21. 1929 to his home after attending/!:
the Cafe
71 61 .00 toy', January 12th. a daughter.Mr. Mra. George Roberts of Law- that destroyed Magnolia
2 1918. after' becoming the senior general
I board directors
of the of
61 and Mra. H. II. Howard, visitor In Starke Mon two weeks ago nas been replaced
.00 II. B. Wiggins. I Brooker, January 16th a aoa. day.tey. was a officer of the army January 15th, of tile bureau at Hotel Mason. this week following renovation o?

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Harvest Record Grape Crop; GllAl'H "IDEAL Fi". IUONS" produced paictlcaljy: tw
Sam Helps t,
9'b How to '.:le iron cotton pe 'cr' as tho .

How and Why The Healthful Playft Jean II ,... n". their lad jdurUig tho earl'
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re eri s r9a7-as by'I Doyle E. Carlto

Wynne Ferguson
Candidate for Gutrun,,

1 \,. Author of PRACTlCAt AUCTION BRlDOa" .
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QnaoC iK4 greatestcharinebfauction: No score, rubber Bamd.! Z dealt, bid one I I
)ridge isthe fact that practically spade A doubled (informatory) and Y !I I

I players feel that they playas well M passed. What should B bid? 13 has the)

i the next fellow.The//-ere they get tnucU choice of passing; the one spade double'in I I
, more enjoyment from playing( on what the hope that he and his partner can .J.: :1 ( l ,
they couturier art equal basis than i if defeat the bit!,'or of bidding one.no- .
i they Considered! 'then!clvice inferior. trump. A gru>t many players, would' i 1 ;
I The old saying'thoo "There is nothing probably pass and try to dcfeat.lhe: bids \
i new under the sun," seems to apply I but such, unsound. Atj{ jo'-1 h1v1 2, '' ;: c
k" 3e't"s'r I r.qv.J.ty:11, to auction bridge. Whist, most U cannot figure his hand worth! j t"t K
I us probably most of my reader* know, more than three or possibly !four tricks. n(1./1 ; : I ,
J I was the forerunner of Bridge tts Bridge Therefore, unless B's partner.can take ) O j a I II.

Was the prcdccessorfjf our., present game four tricks, ;Z wilt make his bid. On the ,
j ,of Auption Bridge,'Irv the day of WbUt.a other hanj, if the no-trump i ia bid* IV* '' r.H.a- :', '\ ,.; I ; sr
WIRE (OIi'OIII "IS Y'6art 'QrofvOe c, ugcieAMYGuotFxPE7ct I ,,wcl ,-aA/' new.. Oho players .tjioiight hand has possibilities of g..llle. As between I. ,
G'iO.ooo ACRES of SlJCll 6APet Nt'IMANN prcttv.welloi tfios game. asps shown u doubtful pass and a sure score'' ',,:. ll I tai Irdt,r I 1.) ,f, 1 ryl ,,

t'. ... '.. .. bythetfqllo7ingquotation: Irom "The at no-trump, there is no choke The) no-; t1T C1 ....Illr I I' jT 91str ,
Cniifornta rr tc-vf rn"Vle teat 01 : ,1 1 1 rosthumi Papers of the Pickwick trump Should be bid without QLh1$& I\oI) kr t
I937-\ Isn't conic pi-iiurined: on tire, Club" 'r I I f'r;'f :1 .t I' )1 tt I uqi.

notion picturr 101ol Hollywood In. ;'''Tbel'ler' cald the 'criminal Miller Hand No. 2Hearts '1 t rr.. J'! t>'r.J:; 1 } rc7 ,
stead: Ie'. Bin>i pulled ott out on tnt I I triumphantly, as he took on the odd 'i' ; .
'blllfua vln< yurds ol trml state where trick at the conclusion of a hand; 't\J\ lt : ..:.3<9.'L V., i iI I cr : r at-I s I" jfir

1 a.800000: tun...-5.600.000.000 pounder, .+ 4CRnne rould nob.have been played better Iflanqt'myaelfimpoestbtetohave Y'- : 'Clubs-9.7'.d-' l lf : ....; r J sn u( '1 ii')1'? r I I

'"ot Juice-Oiled\ grape. have ripened nada A' B t'' i-' Diamonds --O, R\,.2 .r \'IJ' ,
, intc.tbe etRiiest\ vine crop tnu oouuUT ,anot her.trickt'! i Z t Spades 4-Ji; 6, St,.3'i 5t't'' I -c cpo'
"' uI! 1r-. 1)B'l'' J'-u '
man ever Known. -'Miller! ought to have trumped the I /
<(l)w to oioye end market these DO 1 diamond,'oughn't he; sir}! said tbd/old ( fr; ,' i ,:,or, ft ,P v 1561 I
pounds of, grapei lor each man.i I t IIa United >Mr. Pickwick nodded spade, A doubted and Y :1'' .
i teaman and child In tilt assent..1 informatory: ; A'fen'idrV BofcVo FVoci
\tat rs bile presented so important a "Ought Ithough'said the unfprtt/ passed.-What should( ,B, bid r : r tact 1 rtHere _.1,1, ,> 1f. : : ) ; 1. 'l L ta. CARLTON
the'enperts- the Department natc,with a doubtful: appeal to his .
'pVoblenj that part- '
Is .tool .
s'utuatiofl a : ffrpk
Tiii| ijomcs so fn ':cntly' ftror
called: in to of awlst Agriculture'state autborttlei.Bava Been erre tautco F'/POM' earV'l.(1117/)6 17Y' TIfs; TTr""INIOIfD j ner."'.'You aught:Slr; said. .the.fat gentle.man that it should pe carefully up ngted.Vhen'i, ; for UaKtlrae' ., w.hlcli l la Q\'I'\ liuvH' I ne3 LO'11': 'J'CHS'J.\1'lhs:' '

in in an awful vofcel your partner makes infprmatory < by the chittm of f"ue 'If1'1', ; '"i'' ,<'<>\s'lrrrt'Tio\:
Oeorga HuKrrmnn investigations pomolottlet for whole family may enjoy their Ionia Lane; acid which, belpa to render the 1; ."Veryeorty/said: the crestfallen Mil double\ and the only four-card suit you- 'al'eV4- 'i>uff* a'A
chr.r1Of/ grupa. to. direct qualities." ; blood more-alkaline and' to" ftaalst' the ler. -.,- i hold is. the One doubled, 'you can do cqniln .11 te.jjkd n) tuluAr! i Abolish1, tlirt etils of loral 1 IIlatlbn ,|
SalI., on the Job ; -
11,0'-, )' and why of the work to save I WIthIn the post ten years. Hus-< action of the ,kldaeya. aelde I "'Much use that,' growled the fat one of two things!! : First;i if the suit rj ,toj,, tle:! .center front; kaMli1\ ; : IjWCi Ilii 'by" vetolnf? ;jevferv ioc.
the How
the big crop and O. B. Schultz of the mann says, not only the use of .un.! 1"r0lU'. health', ttendpolht' *- gentleman." .. .' .' strong enough to'act as a double stopperof -, ba kJ\{''\ in..l\n; 1 >it p, one plecxv\ ;TlMbolerd'inay \ \ / not ''pusned lit act rdancB with!> I
5 Wrtau Agricultural !Economic U fermented grapejuice, but the use jf ftoni any queetiofl' of 'alcoholgoyernment Mr. !J'iclfwiclc( started his travel,,'In the suit bid yqif should bid one nor:; he omRtfd; also 'tb- constitutional
of sutborltlee'botri C reiiutremenUj
band with the marketing.i table grapes! la American bouaeholde, grape ulcea) 1827 ** that the i.ptatort! ;:< e0cribing trump. This showsryour partner the' 'rfleevos; hand 'triV nritfk} Cdt'r'roTii'nil\'
leading' a involves tbe hjpment and bM greatly increased The increased to be more' beneflclal .th owln a be- conditions ,i irv \Vhjst century, ago, type of, hand, :you hold and that' )'oul' r-i.* In-'th sifoall 'viekvW' 'Ko (lhd\< tedealgned blliok\to'the colwtltiltion; m LI|
Thu.'afpne distribution of a* least 10.000 cara 1)ftn'.pee acreage 'ot California grape baa' peen eau.elof! tneir'greater -content of itar- ..shows how little human nature has probably have'! no' other four-card suit.\ # l f 6n f misH.-H1 And', 6n all, lpedSI, :
period of due to the 'larger planting of the trateu 'tDi, theawi.way., : MI. keep hanged;irt 'the 'tnoanttmrt' ?r I'e".re -Wounto in .fdafa 1.41 :| t. tan .years, l3suV ahdtjier. '
week a (ffext
during 'plankCa'rUoiiX'ptattorrn. 0'
per table andi raisIn Tarlatlo, and not Man Juice whep!v. '.r-obteJn)e, Li; .super. undollbtc ltyll11.\h'Y'l\h'' *. Milks playing .Second. if the suit in so weak that :it, ; ,(>!r
over. two\ months.rbe of' this graps', crop mecca in win.gr.pe.. aa oqan for to .tb4 bottled product ,because toddy, tiroi\ fancy.theirtarnej'artd, as contains no.: .atoppertin! the suit bid (;t' f 13 fyrystrequtrga: : : t.'ltr'..., Js' / : ; VU upper! ;

ia'tne)importance dietary of 'the American borne have eupposed Prior, to problbltlon.' the treap'01 tarta/.blgh'in. ,artarlo i mazy (M ,ntlemeA) whp>',deligh<);:.in ,clubs possiUcnly.one, i if) that) is,the ,suit, slipuld-cloubltal bid.tWO! 'lnGiptntrt, \ =,rltarr1liftw/5h3J(1uet this I' pt''f'cA),,,,, Wlrl. :r' jlhrallIlf"lrC'S ii
rimoved. two
'I cannot: W over.eethnated. according'to Callforniu. bpd, ah9atj120.000./tcrea, ofviueyarde acid baa cot ,citiciltinlh.cm"; ? 'J.J'' J IB 'I.I. : contrasting" ; Price'" ot. ,puUurn, 1,6 I.
th' ceneflte dlamortd(4.
these heal whrn.thejsuit
Husmann wn'o 'dome'' i thai the \ 'of ,,whlcnlCO!l perdeDC 'vlsf1 Because In. prfcodirigarticles+ reference hasbeen ( ? 'cents. I' I
80 periien 'table JaraP Ctocle'6 ''nyi.1I11ll1l) : to 'icttts .-tua! ': nuxTii to the InfcfrmatotV: double doubled fa your only fqurfcadeu rand jlNetorlVlnfer' I IMq'6hofr lfook flow ; I
rank wIne grape. 'G
t ''gtapv and the )uto of the grape : :
it la weak
... and 20 percent retain\ grapes Tod* !creates* poealttl' part i lot ,!trip record and its' proper applicatiorr.1 Her& ''aremilar1 t to justify ro-trurnj\, ,idt'1tltuistrathig"more' ll1/tnl.three '
,,::aloes 4d ttbe: top .in jteu. r-I I Wbote.Oraeu J : bid should bid two of mirio/rfuiij;
you a
: 40.f crop4 Parmer ((, bulletin > twtthbndIlJor-:1 chh'rncter'thatbring. hundred :.
toitoJacrcage. doubted to rodlhfiefhydedbttrl5Weati.Ptfce
:. _bflalth-p OJrlotl f'" I ftw4.i ,sad trig acres.! or fcfclclt! rja OWc nt'ir' table ,ve* Jjaat,..e" *o prepora' ftoma- J ,..< itiU further ptirkiiriUst" two clubs it that is \not themlft ddnbtrtj-j l arNtitlneu0styted! rof tijeftoCtaadre In '
J' C41aiJU : I ; i I .to all Otb wwi8 4.twc i>di mon and 20 percent made g ftiel3ulcebteEtlable! ,', ; ;
ratBln U 't r'H n't s ,
"in ICur9pe; trie .oli-Mrn; 'e.'gtape and gran t \ (i it 1-J1.! ,1,11"11 / rule l >ille9e9t ,thtFoQya? ':rt c" ,
a shpuld >c cjopely fpllowecti!
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eked dur'lng win wtl .ppl'If. pJ-NuS ,
.cvr**' to ..whICt. petjeht.'e '' 1 [" ":\ ill 5Ia f" .J,w ( -S-.IQ/ t. i fUI.ill' ,fI.\ ,:' \\J ; ,
*' :; ; t6'e senaoU to 'drink the fresh'' Juice 1'b.'thtef': hutntlva i VaWalof grapee.aeelnding p Ha'rle time .req"l1l e J'aPJUice odl'a te i-.I! ; 7a,3lu1'e'I[ 1 ,In this ekarhrc haVid i the\ rornt"'Yi* I", IAIpRtteluritggfths! onaye tdeplguwlnlt49it /

'and '_ the"1" I triiMi.vraraureeog- :: to .iibei jtovernnmati expCr.e.Ue.tlnr e-tI, tofthoiE5UT4aulof De.L\rtlatr'ai .bOJIt.tj : '!: ? t WclB IbroVght bunrFbur phdcs: -\.v ttiW 1 }ntrpiep411I' olkdece1pt1Pt1tfleenatAmiLH
.fclzW! 'U.fclijrily1'beneficial.! says Hu theR'.tttlgaer;cpntanLrpropeeugaf culrurt ,: ttltifnfl' ck'h toa-weak;,to ;justify ncvtruhfiW\. : "Hoi' e'TMakett .'. .. : .
j n : S2 : ilA'I@ta < g51Cojn
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the )kPN
1e1"tlb itiaffitr
un< M:1 .2JJJ: ,
'dtutrj :
mann.ID Ameciea. ,bQ"eyet/. ,..11.n.llJ'plJ ,t., ela4teA' aA Ste4tgeete4car1pghyptste"whlcb : At ij h< 1c oic9 but.& ;bidtw<> the Body Strong;-M(
( \to mcked up. Into tlnMa.5lwiuea.ru/ I b 8l> +acWltyi TbU r'- ?r n1 f.JV r 6 .,6'1 ,, Cis l'ltl'l.I: .Q Wrlga: ygurllpanleergnd!, .> "
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; ,. Inateojd ,thet Blopd, Rich.' It real
j : rararded.-ilhB procus I -- ,, ,
;ol, taking ape ,pntlept.! tp fi ...?'take the grapes ,, and f.I1J cn.pge.,? *nln"! tlte Igi1&1ltleit1I1p 1' the, appeterin4 wh cb., cb'arL 11 'refreshing r/ "Dd.t1'1 tylnlnr' "" ,\ 9WfS.toProblenNafbsll: L ," : :1lI I d1'eM 1ltatterlt: 11aerpMtntient ing new, healthy blood aI

uj i.ly.fe d.J'a .juice to ''ta>* '.t1Qn1I11'Vbt"; W >*hi<.flV:..in'trlelr'.,' .,btgtt. cobteuti. ..'.bntarj-: enQ Ithltet! Qtiteaching; f n r''l.:; I IJ4 ,,1ytM I trait', : ', r .:....':;' j.I feel,, V'', r. d.. J itirlI ''I .: )3rafifprdlCdpttty I \ \ [fille.. 'fortifies the system.I: ,
J t.t) ,rhliamogde8 r I u'1 Malarial' and chills: has
-p'I I' I ..1 lr dfi 1' I J.'J){ 48 BO'-. bilrfClubsr- ,76' crapl.J 'Ol.r-hf..A.Y.e'UQ! {. ew : :
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tIT 1a'tll ec.i f: i- l\\ I t I / n1 tdZ EI IC f'OI .1I.t 1.SP\lfes-l09\ "" '! 11J(' I 9"1)" [, : '
I3- iia t0 purrarl I I' |,?, ( S 3GV Ii .. to1 if.$3t1 olda9 '''Vl.' > V.-u'I r +rtP"ie9YSrb, t1'i ,13GtfI ftl I'' fear'tq.f-3, 'I"j, .XIM'.IOF.t : [\t;, ..f' /n i i" nf;i'* .'- (: > Hearts*--K, Qu8ii.li; Lake...Okeechobee' .waa.; .'originally'lS : IT .I. } I ,

'itt hr ; fs''i'l'' \ \ .1, .: Ii I > / < t'''ii.l'i J b V S., % .' x 1 ""'1:11: c'Bub8'nQ'IO'9! \ > rf! and \' ,\ /
feet yabq
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nn 'tit i br'I .' -.- 'I, Diamdnds'Tiorie- 'i'A'B. ,: 11' Illmon -5 ''I
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C y ql> ,-.( v, -mnv. .i ; ,,. / ,It;- : P'' i.-/r/jiM-.,\ ,,,! .* ',7V.: ;**X Xt91 li J I 'Spadesi-'Q. "l 1' ,, r Tj65'' 'I.' l',.' .';:.' '. 2'. ";, "f I' ';"'/ ;spades. -. none'\. now lo/t llt.r"jll f pt..lit'jp1 aaAthe h 1t( .;highest /: r LAND
-z re rr.I !m.> lY' r.i'r.
.. 3'lr'Nlt9'r1' t-1,- I ,; /; f"f !1rt.. ?'t --1'hntn H r'i --V/.TV r, J 7} vjy'fa;'. t : : ;: ',. "' /1', t Hearts- <6I "" ''it''' '' I' 1 r I.., coastal elevation" "o'f any city In i'l,: ::

rw v 'V' f'r { 5tf1lf9f AG r3. Clubs-rK8' 'I :' :" f Florida. r ., t .'." .. SURVEYING'Subdividing
; ; 'VI : 1 i I ,:Diamond*- Q, Jr 1\( 9, 7, 6' II I .
r -I f .. -MK t -r aftsrr ; 1I I 'I t : \ ; ; ,
o -ii.tt.-j 7 ; 1I I I Spades- none. ,, :, r tPOLITIC4L'AnnounGeniehts' ; Drain]

\ ,e.- Dlr. ,, I t t C r l> 0 )fU3'3' ..' I c Diamonds' --are trumps and Z i Ii in the Y 'must,make' oniy'five'discu''' : U. His' i /t' Systems
r .
r age
: 'Ho' uv lead. How Z the riandso first four
pv can play that are easy as! he can discard! two i
C td' r he can win all I of the tricks against any heart.>land 'two- apadcs. B court also/ ,,: Accurate Work '
:, : n :\ '. ; ; & "'* defense? it .,
\ : I ; ; 'XV ;2 should lead out six rounds make five discards and his finitifouiareialsa '
.. of diamonds.. A is for ed to make six easy. lie should discard: three 1' H..E. Lagergren

>-i' '. ,. discards. HU first fivS are easy He can hearts and one club. At the sixth trick': FOR' TAX COLI.RCTORlATlngrT r '

it 't L-' discard-the trey of hearts tho deuce ofclubs'and the cards held. by the four players.fort >e.h'ursed by my friends Starke Fla.Guaranteed.

i* a. ;x v *j ? -. the< Jack,'llix. five of spades. a e follows...'', i ". ,and' feeling that 1 ajn :duly qualified. ;

*'itwik-.l**!* : f I I I r ; I' I[ hereby announce myself a candl- imnnnae114NIIl\ '/ //IIMIt'/ ''"I .,J"I'''''h'W'' ',mIIIIIIRI".,
II I (..wnone: .. I : I I ,,1 '
> ? I 'f dat.to1'ICfflc.; ,o? Couqtyi ,ariCol-
.' I I J Ctubs -A, 76 i j: j lector for Bradford County Florida

.' 1 ,r J : 7i t I' .. Spadea Diamondsinone-10 '- ',, U, ,,. ? I I', "' ,, [ iiibject, to Ibe; D,mocraUa, Primary: .4i' Rem

I. .'1 _) : ,-: \5 .Un,' TMapndrem.drremnh,
1 k fUarts -none.ChibsWJ .j,, II I. 'IleirteI ? t W, B.'TOnODE.
5j3i .I, ,1e J. J. V': I '- '::1' Il I. t. Clubs-Q. 101; .1,(,,, "Il' i ', 'r \ lteonTmj>titiliilr.'l'
( A i iB 9 i > <>rowl twlllr funjnioot. ili
ti4x J''l11opdlirr pone, ea/ -Dlamonds-d., t hereby( pnnounce rayael/, candldlate. tllSrMENTfoil.tocqro.nro'
J .,5padCIl; .J, I J .1", I j Z. I 1r' r : it '. Spadesnone'h I .for, jtheoflce, ,ot;: Collector ptru.lingl.Justsskturrs-C

1, pn I, I II I .. l' r i'i | ( l .. I I .ot Bradford: .County. 'l'aollclt, tlf{a J:1
r I r .'i .r e rls.' i.ir. I support of the Voter's'of thIJ' County, : PAZO'OINTMECOFFINS
t : Club! K,8 r" I. arid If elected: ''prorralge- ih...'falthf' 1
I !' Diamonds-ti I. discharge then dutlea. ot, said -
4 J I . r 4C. -4---I-
J I .Spades T-none" : : < } Ics.:: ,
'v # 't:! .
:Jt now fra1ds: \ Ilie'eix blfdram'orids."VVliat' { trick in Y'a Hand with the ace Vs last I.' leI' : 3-u, .- ,_ ; ,t 1 '&1 ''CASF
can A discard' If dinc.-mls his I/1 Jl COUNTt'JCDG19 ..
spade, club innow i good pnrJ Y-2.in; this : r '
Y'a ten of sparks 14 "good'Therefore' A win all of the) trkksagain any defense wn- candidate I,hereby nunounca re-elect that Ion- to I.wIU the olrl be 'a e .-nd .a:..." (LIn. ofUnde'Itakers'
f1 pis forced to disCard the trey! bf;cubs.| 1lyforcing dierardsfront!; l both A and & tit C'hunty ;Jutlge! of Hrajlford t nbn-
'1 Y'should now discard the ten of sp.'\
t & '4 l IItt What can B di i'rrtllf he;discards: the 7Ptill'forting'' of'discards'jg! tailed the Your support'to be'wlll heldJune.-be .appreciated 6th- '1928.,

I i king of/ hearts. Z's six of hearts is Rood. "t'sgdcere'And" when effective Therefort B,/s( ore d. to,.discard i : the )/opponerrtia in this problem b '
,pmt of clubs '' wlledl the double; ( It is. ir ; llTAX' ( ASSKSSOIl, aaod.. Th b.1
I tr', Z, now should lea 1 J the lC'inJ of clubs. pretty Jittle squeoze and shod ,I t'lIbY'a.ltnou'nee't". tbe. public. al. th. l...... p.t_ .)add
; prpblcrn / ''
hat oIa. candidate tor Lho hl.rr.paREGISTERED -
r Inert. the '';tsfc*. .mhir.. 'be XesxxiJ '"lub : office t.ntlo.to
I 11 "I studwd, .carol uily. .or. Taj: Ap i>Bsor, HUbj ct"t6 'the will EIfBA.LIOIDEWITI'
I L ,>., 'I: I" }, at tholvdtdnii' at itha-vomiagr Penocrntlo :
-- "" tlbuehri;, tlie'at'atlon'corp-. primary election i to be held C: JONES
I., : r- 7" : ;They: 5, 1928. In asking for thletnltcewill ,
a' I i: have: been upending l the week! \in HayMTiat I Rdi'thorouRhVy. r STARKL, FLA. II
1STAI Udr-'Wjth' .the dutlea' !
h rr.ertAlnl'liI'l
I' : tl/Wilewlllyfyl9ndsianctreatlvgal: : pr6ml... If J
I ; : tv/lladtaflarae the dntle.lorpal 9f-
TIN J. E. Futch, Esq., was a business 'nee, 4rv the name pereona7-etllefent'anculirteous

.- I, '.. ;, .L J. .FL'_ : visltort&JCgksohllle 1 Friday. tri.l collectors\ dntH-ntannetthat.-Jh ( itI -
Alias Uluclya' tiurdmer returnee ,' ile.''sr A.7. Long and' J. 1>. ttie returns:, job-wli Olve"you me come a' trial to make I will your pprvelnt I '

hom 1 Eunr ay: after :-spending'! 'the Peak were 'business visitors. 't6 -it, and whir III\<.1W'IJIY appre.
Clatlooiby, my work. 1' earnestly 1 itwith Flow
: Say
hollday6 { ;
I at ItasUIlWttl h'et"81s. Jacksdnvllle Tuesday. Solicit your *upp6rt.Mont ,

I : tpr, J'tInwli'J :.. J. Roberta.| Mr. and Afro. G. Q. 'x.tvngston\ | Btnperply.'l' 'FJ. .W. HATH9: Flowers.or Al|

Trot and para, X'ti: Orlftla of and.da-ughtel't Miss, Margaret, Mrs.
. to .' Brooker, were! e.ek-end' guests of O. A. Marka'and' family., and< I MlM For Colds Occasions;
I ,
f GW, ftlt'Jllh.ln .Starkej"'r, ; Emma Powell motored ,to .OalnesTllla ;- -
I bE6KCDMO.il"
1 CY1JItJi3 10M.I 9't Mr. and, Mrs n jtl. : ''Theda of Bdndnyi where they* spent-the
a'Oano! t .:,rtr 1ao'alao'i Grip infiu I Gertrude Godbey
i i GRpl t 1. I '\ :: I Lawter, ware jrUl' 1 erslit! SUrk'e' dayt. with friends and, relatlveg. ,

91r 1 a I N II 1)15' at.. I ,, Tuesday\! /; '1'-. J. Alderman.. i -., ..alie, Butler 'enza ,' Anderson

,. .It I!: t S rg; anU.' .And.elQ1.! ari4.'StrlagUqw was ''Jnr Btark: iTueaday and ..Wednesday j: .

at i' nl4.t .I.l.ba1,1'I, 1 : :;\\.erJ, Pjrj{iay 'everniitp, :'for on buivlruesRj$ i ,IMorrison. and'as a ,&",ova 1-I-
IlAL st Va.. where tbey'arp ptaCharlie iMar;eispent'the. ,weekend PAohp''s SM WaWo,
: r Provontlvo /
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Ljuioa ','IIf. ": i ( ; t .,.wJuaow cal never; po r s I"r.In.. Starke 1.:111: with. 1.1"1.1/his family.' : + ,
t cop/i., I 1 I-" : bEpuar 1ielnl J '
troa l6'0'' i I : norm/ar'et'carrtedbut -lhjnBjllah' The board ot county cornrnla- TdkO'
I ? >/rt .:; et! WV I 0 relltg\ ,. \e' '; l manner, riiughwalld ; Blotters qf .Marlon<< ,'county [has just : 1 Ltt t; I I., t.

; j : lq..11 I'' I 't 1r' / .y{aslec .'d'tk'r\ ; loot1'' and geld/t,609,9A0orroadbgnda( )( '01' I I atdt'i//VP
) I woolivt rk, :' ttief' rortlnnatlou ot Uv, rijad .program .
(I I' 1I.on I" : \\Bromo
'. .. ,|The jaundry\ ''''l'der1/pal/( !*'and begufn; a'tewyeursdgpt. Ths( .1' For' COId 1S' griLI '
,ucharaljn thd cellar.! t 7 blocks the ,
..t ,'\ .' ,, / sale '> represents 'n' of I
.'' M i t'l./.l 1 I r. ': '. mpletfa ',workfn{ #' tpl.1ni!' dill b6itds:' already iiToted ,:Tb issuetpeSUjeatlona Quinine. I,. arid 'flu, take ",

bf'thle'lioush ''mAyiba l brought 195.43 plus. Thft- bondsoptatued'tor'It :
3 J.rr -' ,rro// "i i t. Act ; !I ; ,
e I I In.I j.i B t!I'J"' f fr rt mtn }'sltmrrrottl are to run approximately\ tyen- ri ( I tIj

: I t I ',.f, r,- 'the >b'iifldlng\ er ftair. Refer to Honse teen yodrav B.nd.dl"a.-: Interest: !\ aj jLe I" : ,

r f :I..- to'r j-A-g : I" ..' ".;:; '[ ; r id'elot14'a--4pertent., ., I I'_"_",_t"l_ ,si Long often follow adrtade\ 111_ 'ead:IIOtIIIIUClttlQftl I
., I .>. > I'' ...' : J' CpIdi.Crlp lofluenzn. .
; 1 FIEJT' FLOOR- PL.A I -j-' .' :: ',' "- "fv ZCo rg JD PLOOP' '. 1 i l I i m.r.'iIIII""I... a1'lium"JlII11QIIIIf"IIIj1fI11i'fI1l/1Oll'I',[ / ,'' /mnuuuanlawulauaaWUUwwalqufyuupamuwmolmlw' \ / )'! ,!!!, .u III I Ga PrI..Oa1I'-.t.fJ yojrehealtltajmtthu, '?- .r 'lr *t'l danirejv, ( T'' .tOI 1 F )i iTRAC

f1 rr! .r..... .l" i i. : '' rn._ht: IMatl UWl1'P8. ;
I l .1' c.s-- 'fi I '" ,KtAKOLD 'GiVA 1IUALJu'1't' areI
I i ,' \ -, ',' ht ,r ,: : '' ''
'aY I'IBAtmCAti ANI rilAR IINO' may feel )u2tlylprotirl'' \ :. .) cotnblfiatlorv< of ma'terlala ." .; I 'J 1 I', r' r rttlr I.-n'ret" 'sail/ JJ;: ,
IJ:OL1SU .CO'T.\OH TYPE And further tt does not. requIre used in the' eX.feror':grlve VaffetV : 1 .' ,1' JI .[ f' f 'c, 1 If. 1"li I Pi verrcMe1ff l since 1889yii c- [ MAllf( Rae
; V. K< "IJN: TJRI11V4nLe; -
(By R. c. a 'barge .lot' to' 'gi'e'd'Ii1'oper'set-'and; *' ( a.hd'th ilV ; :...I + r' ,. 'i ,tf rt ,; :atIiitI I : IIrt ,"I'1 nildI
Archts. fate
Hunter 'roor llis
& Bro pa ] lire ,
: 'I ;
nbg Irhd front'measul'e.. ; J- r-U':r ". ,1 I -T ,, t : ) "
thlrtyon .I.II ; : or'j 'f.L ;" .1 ; I
.''TWs house New. Yor-combines) >i a feet which with ,;ah additional distinctive't,) : ; .1. ; :''I.n I TRIt; 1; ,.FLORIp.t I ,r' t I ",.1 i r ..1. ,s>< I kc1iSrXQ. n 21cwIW; : h: ) I 4 0)' '
prnctlcaLandllvab1q dine feet 'for i'drtvearjtlves: a The tabentent "windows,, used : "fteprt\ nta'thei'Ddet4Lasdbsg: ( -Irnjurinc1 Co tapatnlea fire .rr It's coated. tt :your stomach 1& o'I I to F.
; pIyn.wlEh ,as lot frontage of 'fcrty feet. "throughbut, eb+ JI. coritf'pI .
Of Atij.ttractlT; ''both tra'1 11.1 .buejW'ttyeuebav4t'ben.yda -r-1i! ynqiu'r Relitiieathe
xtarior\ ot FIRE, ACCIDENT Llll')11'AttI4'C; lliIfl i H. m '
real 014 Eall1tt. Ostiurle.... aAdltU>iMULjroaUtr. : Mould rroni withrn' and -from .the'touttfd + -' : Jr Gfh. ) 1plicat 1'
{teter toma.giving a- bom .l tames worth! hilt..1fetba' d>nBT. ) *
jv ofdlpUacUpn f.'W.llcbolle. teeth aJI'that,1s realty; neeeasaty., the! ulllotine.llft 40t1111- SDfI .Il.mnraimiwirlss.e.rrmlmLlwlailmInll' : fnMnifialnitersnn&analewillminmmulmemdlndllsnmtihl, ) ;" : iratan. : I ai 1 PILLSd ,"f 4,'c baMena Co \ .

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DAY, JANVAIRY'; L'o.. 102 I ( $ nn.\l>roRD f OLrNTY TELE nUI'1I RT\RICF:, .: TlfRla7 RRER

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o. ) VOl n.uI 'vajl Engineering
; ,4cl1CS and,i Pains Vanish Vith'1'is "D4iJ yyl pqt n'L'Rl '9tWbJ. < I t. Li'\J\ /I..K':) I' 1'% \i .. I IJ ; I so ivllle. $100.13669.: : Company* '"Jack-''" f j volt$,loOOO'annllaltJ In Inoroaalngxlocftt;:. and bringing payrolls .1-I"t'II

N uit of Florida In Short Paragraph ,
: ,$ ,000,000, of gov" m.pt .
._. ,- LL! ; \, i I 'T'il !altlllf keer Nt rl'a.q,(lf') ")1 ore. Uh t"1t1< In. iohaq; 'f er au14 i itt I

.. pr Ko re.. :. 'I fi'c911 FI )rid! 'tall' farm In 1927 thihUn! idirracks
s 1826.: I'l'ordhljif to figures complied and aviation tt'etjn4 !
Live State News I at the state prison burns ment\\\The war department

here. Last year, a total of 1,273 :"ctj1\ g"' a site for the n03
JTA 1 s'
\ prisoners, waa received) at.ih* utatot drQnl9.-.whieh-wLU.be 1

6XTENSJt7Nsr ) "q t|>rlsou, comnarod\ 'lllJ. 994) lu. quarers of A,,p ptllatr, 'il\ll, pt ,.lhe-

I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES. 1926. In 1927.! : white hales re-' air servlQe"'I Piani.call I l, for( living ,.'
,1 1 celveil at the prlsol1llllmbe'r d 505 quarters for lit b) ol1lc"II'allL! ( JTl

S .J.. ___.. white the number In 1926 and. 483. :200 enlisted men and 120 planes
a1y I ----- -' -'-V \Vhlle temnles received! there I.mt comprise the wing's" complement pf

'4k 1 I: W Sixty-eight' reefers a location known .as Fort s'im I yoar (otnlleid 10'' and In 1926: the* fighting: ships. ", ) \

!tstrawbBrrles were shipped trom Drum in Collier county number was 'ill..nstrear, ,. 71ft (negro ,. ., .e" i t :

,Wauchulu the first II days.of January mules werq received at the prison ,Jt1t'1uIonvlllo--Tlo: [ 'Af I Eta, r
Plant City-Buyers predicted at ouly 477 la 9,2IJ.. 'lIud ,4:1: ,fe- ,,41011, nearlnp his eighty-first; Irth- t
r 1 Y according, to records made males lu 1927 and only; :27 In; 192fl.TheJ : day, camo buck to Florida "to
the platform! that between 80 and
public' Saturday. Twenty; reefer record of the bureau\ alsotdiow work, nothing else.-'he said"la an '

were sent ,out one day thin. week. 100 reefer of berries Would' likely! that seven prisoners were'electrpouted Interview, here, while wnittpg!; for
The move out of the sreiu' winter lu 1927 and three his' train to pull out for1' Fort My- *
price being paid' by local l buy-
strawberry shipping point b, express commuulctatlons ot sentence I ors, his winter homo. The Inventor 'Ii
ere Is 60< cents a quart that night. Prices were holding who Ita.ve'\ho world the Inran- i
I! up well today, having' '' started '
Fort 11)1rR."ho Florida state descent light, the phonogrliph. tho ,
j I Tampa--One b( the heaviest fogs off at 65 to 65 cents the quail j Democratic executive commlttpo. VnoMoti picture m'achlna and scores .

In, year settled over !southwest this morning, with Indication. tllhtla 1'1I1I1tIOKt'dof members from ouch of other modern' .necessities, and :
I'Florida, making vision virtually ( )-I'ellt aTefttgo-uilght Ho maital ,,- of the state's sixt)-eight counties who started in rite' world 6t bn81n08S l

impossible ,for several ,hours A dell tot"* the- \lBysi'moVementie ,- will meet\ at FernandlrW\ January na' a tblegrnrili: : operator, now Iis I ,

number) of motor cars on the' highway YtiJter>kt1G'i'KKvttja" $ 4i'4 (t [I.&' il 27. to call n primary'eh' 'etlon: for working on'ati invention, in rubber ; '' i it '

east of '' lmllil went oft the wag"7l/ s \lltI'l.o.-: Te'ttrufttollV4).a. 'Jim 5, iiiV.. Clark, secretary, which: is exported, to revolu- 1 ,f

road ,When .drivers! ware unable to ll.ul:. ..t1u lust...&ev'>i.Kl announced here Frldny. A resolution lionize t that; industry.\ If \\C".ORRt\l1.\ t
-. xeiet7i7F.ANILYWS Tyr oA A see beyond the, radiators of their clays, baa been, and i JIiOC excellent will be Offered nt the meeting "f will\ i U foui1 ttr \ to iths 't

U1 ('hlnell,. Thq tog extended. ,north quality, although yield are reported for holding' In July the first Florida down horn," ho said. This is his '
M, SCllPf..InltJp.ot.d 6t l ha tar p.s' Orlan'do.I.'I. to be. small. ( Democratic convention sine fnrty-seion I t trip to his homo In I
Authority on Foot 8Y81.0.. I 1 aTampaThe ,* ,. 1900, !Mr. Clark said Ruder the Florida. "And during alt that timo *

normal woman desires : city board of health -,St. Petersburg-Tht greyhound proponed plan delegates! to the na- I will be collecting and obtaining' '

erj net feet attractively shod. I !Thursdayannouncctl! the death of ran at Petersburg Saturday and ,Urinal convention will Im'eloctod nt mid< experimenting( with plants for. '

realize to what extent shoes James L.Owman, 13: year, old negro, potential "favorite" and "long the JUlia primary. The number obtanliiK| rubber" >l
apeD oj defective feet. from lockjaw, thE! seventh' victim shot" alike were cheered to the of delegates> will be determined on .

roper exercise and care of to succumb from the malady: 'here echo.\ Not one'decision wan protested I the bails! 6f the vote tIllI I the United ,!aclieonvlllel.mery' Wood, JS, J f

[ oventraln misuse and since {January 1, Tha boy suffered for some '1500 ftpnctators States senator In the 1920 Demo ot Sindersonend Oizle Crawford. ;; ,

base made a perfect the fOOt' ,n superficial Injury to his fin had no choices. There wall no .cratlc primary 20, ft near! f f.nJorRon, were' fatally .
rather than
rrcctlve exception' exercises; belt to II 'ger while playing with a cap pistol :,betting; the parl-mustual windowswere e Injured when their automobile -

Ste the naturoJ motions, '! : oft Christmas Day, but his condition dark and closed, and the 20- Clellrw t..r-1tls., leg hopelessly" gldeswlped a parked truck five '

; the muscular ttructiu% \ I did not become serious until I minute Interval between each race noosed In a rope ladder! beneath mllns hpyond Luke City about 10/ ;,
ng tucti motions 'If you wish I ; a few days ago.TallahnsaeeAdvlces. seemed like BO much lima thrown a land plane, Frank Ilelfln, stunt' n'<'lock Sutiiulay night. TheVdied '
rv* MK graceful outlines of away. A deal( of enthusiasm attended I filer, was dragged 400 feet along a tew.tI"uult\1 niter being ad-* '
i:It WIn 'pa, you to sprfnd' .. : ta l luiva. been ,inauguration\ ,ot what tile I the Clearwater! beach' late Saturday milled to Luke Shore hospital at

Re each anoralng or Before Iy"J I received at the state department ot St, Petersburg Kennel l I club has whpn' the plane made a Lake City Wood in a nephew ot

ve at foot nlg&t exerc"to"a. practicing Eacb of Iy"I. game,! ,and fresh water fish, that a billed as a six week's meeting, for forced landing be'fore' H crowd of II. J.. Wood, Javkfouvlllu,city ,detectlvo t

lees but a definite purpose ; test of the new statewide game generous: applause grouted the deciding 20,000 persons gathered( to witness who lives at 520 Long? ,
Cllg.tertaln undesirable : and fresh water fish law, instituted of each, of nine events on the dedication( oil' the now beach lliiuioa! street, Two years. ago, .

ns-helptstg the foot to 'I In the .courts has resulted in the, program. iTallahasseeApparent amusement!> park' hero, Iletllu escaped I Emery Wood received considerable,, t
lye cnrefu) not to overdo the act being held constitutional Injury to the extent: that' he publicity la Jacksonvtle, | uowspa- ,
repeat *nj.of mj exercises Judge W W Wright, of the clr- low bid. wanted to make tho mishap' : He pure after be shot to.., death, two;

tea times at first. Here cult court, for,: .life tventytklrddistrict I darn on contracts for the construction was dliiuadod.( however. Leslie men at Uaadervoa. Ha was dies i

There are only Doeon.ten but"*' : in a decision, handed I of thirty road and bridge projects Raymond Lakeland aviator, who missed fur! one slaying la,. selt-de- ,
bem a "Dally ,
-Do not toe out wbeq prac : ( down\at Sanford recently held the in Florida were, announcedby was piloting tha piano, tried to tense, but ,stood trial tube acquit
exercises This posture I l law,, created at the 1927) legislative : that State'',Iload. Department ao- prevent dragging lioflln[ by, duck- ted of the"other, One ot the vie- ,

the weight of the body to' 8esslon(,,legal and valid '. day, nida for the work i totalled ing, him In, CLaar water bay twice tints, was a close boyhood (.hum, ,
toward ''tbe) inner' border ; ., $2,710,000 set by the: roaili dapartmeut. but he was unable to shake him plain! by a stray bullet, Intended '....)
( cot. causing arob strata I ,Jacksonville-Hiram Nolan, 40. The probable law bld- loose Iletllu, though .suffering for the other lu solf-defeuae, it waa't 1
Toes out. straight ahead., ( : I a 1 year-old merchant and farmer, was 'dare were ,announced .Wednesday from shock was uninjured exceptfor : said r JA

UeL In this position tba O< i J shot to death and Victor Sllcox:, a night as folows: Head No. I. a sprained ankle.TampaGovernors. .- t

,-.-- -. --- .....,... .. I neighbor,-was slightly wounded, by Oadaden county, ten miles concrete Roger Itatmon, noted statistician

O. K. Miller, a well digger here M. C. Winnterburn, Jacksonville \ of the board has a winter''home In Florida, andBllhllol1'
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Thursday night, county authorities $213,838.98. of trade adopted roHolutlona here Park' Is named for him

A Huskie Is Wolf Is Wolfexpelmeiit reported after Miller surrendered : Road No 1, Gadsdeu. county, asking the war department tu consider The lake of Florida for the most ,
a Huskie, a a shortly,after the shooting Domestic 9.77 miles concrete, Morgan Hill Tumpik. as the site, for an part have boon formed by the settling -

troubles were given by Milleras Paving Company, $222,34666.Road ,army air service training field and! of the earth's surface caused n1ant
his reason for the slaying and 13, Levy'eonnty,18.91, miles, machine gun tango, thus taking' by tho disintegration ot the limestone

wounding of two of his acquaintances. rock base and surface treated, Du- the first step toward what may re- formation beni>atb.
rte 41t .
He claimed he shot In
3A 1T1 l self-de tense. I .
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1 Tallahassee-Waller Page, 50, I ,.. I t' ...
S L'>' I 'I') 1 "j I I i of I }
EAlJVf/ former postmaster, was arraignedIn ", ) { C': .1 I 'I.r"f > 'f T! r
t B (,' ,H't- d ,' I '
Ito court ,
1 federal district here on .. v'' : "" ffi ,l fj.t I'"( I
.: .
.r'M. : .: ,91 e da.w f tJ14
one hundred, and [ninety-eight li$1i I ) rt t.1 1
: (' 't1 .Q : t t 1'I I Ir I ,
county of forging government lnauranee ____ : I' ''I '
1 ,, ? checks It was learned ') I" r' ,
Friday.: The maximum penalty for
., ,
conviction on all count. la 2,975 I (* i r.1(I.f .I.Ii I I:1: i ..
years. r The alleged forgery was I', > ;, J: I 1If';' I I t rte

committed in Page's store In deterred Wau- ,_ .'\ I 'j.t'., J ',. ':I"\! I"i: '. ", I' I Ltiltt

kuJlai StatloJlj;. Tha ease was "JI .
I J I ,
for thsAprll.term! of the court, I i ''j ) ; r I 1 t '. ft.,
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r i rTallahassee' L'f ,
I '
-- Florida's state .-,.-.,;p., ., .t ,, : t4' ,- 1 I ,.f"' r I I ,, ugr

a S treasury .balance continued,. to de- .1 .
r '
I t t' i' tr
r ,
i nllneJdurlnZl November pa comparl- i ', !! 1t
; fit ; i it ,, ,
( J 1:1:: I : aril
ed with November:, the monthly report : .Q ): w ( I 1
t4 l v if { ; 'of State, Treasurer John C. I I ,, q C,ur T' 4,71! $: ': % t'r..1f. el, I I' !
4t } I I ; I
Y Lunlng.rmade-public!! Tuewday Tbe a' l ',1 Ij'I t* TKlJ 9.; l(1\I.1aU79n,'; : .,,t roll

report gave the treasury balanceon 'rte, cslp' ? I J "' $11.id: 0'" l't I I :""I }, ; ,i'r 1 : I aj
Dec. 31, 1927 aa ,$4,144,110-- ,121 IHIII' ql' 'I' 4/ h ,4.p
't t e t : ... I ri I 1
t of .. ,
72'while that) of t 1e4fl\ day : ", I 1 I It '.I I to )1 .. A .-
the previous mon,\ ,/-wlLs. ,$3,328:- fltT'tlmf! : r'ttclciIJf: / I I'' I 1 1i

Jj&1.5!. )mi8burt menzle ,tflr p4cemrber I' I 'IJiii I ,' k 11Ief1eU
totalled I$3,95U.811.05, tnjd l4. % ( i : i i I ? I I ,t

.J telJt Si real Plant) : '$dirt Z City;7l,7.3IH!.farmer/Astl0RQi11-.Deciarlne,$.II..,'i.ii/y,1.,,,tha\ tjlt4lvetthe _fJ'onlY If.;:\. :' Hlt:i f Gbl[ I] r7/)(i r1 -al D, 7a N r ilE! 1 : 41 IJl I t, Y I find utmt'* ,11.

,tILr.nlIfll"u1.} r.I''t'} e. ",the 1 of I I I.. '. I rl, ) 4 ,
servicetbeyuei: !, 1, ,\ .Wi fr'l 'itarkrtrtaaI T t I
( lulsborogghpgunty arrn&, : ; ; .' 'J. .
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4ieSt Ff Sf e t C ,t.M I '
bfa caniudary ,
eyes announced ;
Vedo"fIIll"t' ,
: j AI" ''s ,tl.n Iri.
H : lor th.,})pmQcratl ;npmlna-\ : : t W' 1' I r
lon for .ta.te'A:41I1UlIIill\QIer) \ } ot -' r \ .. r 1"IItij IilJI' ''I I..' I f
.,po ,pkw; ed( 1 by 1 litrlen.ltIU& -, 1'.I'f'! : I. '" I J .. '
pn--Mayo, pf agrLcultIrlti: 8I ( I ho'tl
4 "
44 I all hU ;Ire and said thllt..l !hw tell,1'1 I, I I
be wasprepa04dlto'gIYA, \; ; h'Hr I I "I ; I I

. THe tarot OE/F \1)0(1, 'ONE OF' Mo" ,rPPS' I est aaHlstnnce piiHBlbl\ .f.o r he tP O- I it d.iI" 1", LO
ducera of, this atp.te : tie : is 1 the I I : I Ir

tergattng was tried Dog 'Sl d' Derby feb ,2O91..,33 .at "Le Cblen d'Or" too famous golden) son) of S.' D. Ppa,kav p, tax / ases-, r I ,.It ,rt I L... I
1)td'4 year by Arthur Beauvalll.I' Quebec ,,14jthe;outstanding: !! ,vent In [ dog which noii reposesirtvetl the Qua sot. of :HUUhprough count tJf',{ ."I ,
<:r' :)e 'Carir au Front nac Dogdirri' tbr thq'' year,* IQ' which bee' post-offlea door. Tradition ha If. .. .' f I ... t tar
Ih.Qitebto. He:caught three Mountle.1*.not entered;'he' ha*' a ,big that when the dog teams run up and Talhllha llltWlltlt raid,j negro/ I I A'I' < 1\\

wolves, treated them kindly gallery always when he leads his team down Mountain Bill In their training,, 10.9gS, are' M 1 "f .r i; 'I i I" 1. i
aell.voedi to tratnlthem! foe them upend down .Dufferlnl Terrace, Tor live golden dog has !ibeeny; known*M teacher numberlBg\ pn l "' I r : 'f. '.; ; ., r -I''l -r"! ; !! j i I iI
to run with the j husfcle years.Mountle lead'the patrol e:r.the bark furiously, but this:phenomenon. the tnstructlcnal; ptpft'tlhisyear/ ,f II luj > 1)', ,. .J 1 ': ,') -,1'.: I/1 'I f i'' L f ," il' I""irs ; *.'.r!. I Vl 1 1I .
fbuskles are part dog and part Royal' Canadian; Mounted, Polios In may be explained possibly., by the the etote'a public Beboyl syatem.: :acompilation I ', 1.r ut ,: I rl I''I .' +> (..! r ,' r I ". ; ') 1" ir ,i -r rl .I
nut: Beauvals! found out'thea a the far North, and the men who ..tact that Quebeo la \very liberal sofas at'the, tate, depart,; I a It' '. '' 'I ,.; r' r ,; y
|.Ioodod wolf "01.1111 J10t,mel In trained him.say ,he" shpujd. have the. "*-Jlrohlbl.loD'1s'concerned., : mentJ of public,ipstrucUon shpw. t r.. I''f! I r : ', C "t,1 ,
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team wishing pot He got so Victoria cross- During January aDd"l'ebru&r7'Quo* A total of ,8U3 white, teachers are O :
V' his Infant von Used a baby Mountie and bIB team'efe'6it'oneof bee lIa'' the headquarter for winter 2072 negro : :
teaching In th. state and lllqS
'sled +''f reflect
aw his tiny bat after : tOmorfows-
the Interesting team representing sport In Canada Every winter sport I teacher JllJUborough, county /They
ere ,WM nothing doing. 8d ,
; ,big> Interwup( In Quebec Dog radlng known 1* Indulged: In, and one *nay and ,
It and; ,nla. hankie pets are atm '1. a real sport,. but the dog are used spend a week taking In -.ports with, $ST, white teacher, .
It the,; Chateau ,dog' team In everyday work!: ,tntb, ,winter if orcarfyltig and looking over the various,cenM 1.04 u"aroeettm.; .., \\0 lead all.,other t .. ... ; I
is getting old, but., tt any 'mall and passenger to out of historic Interest where Wolfe and 'eountleu 8.ln| the. otal ,number! of In- f/t ,

Jog attempts to .be lead' ,dos, lying district.when there, I*, no, other Montcalm fought and'.died to settle: .ttrnetor"ID( ( tM public,schqol. Dural ,U .j\: ,. f .V.. .I .
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a dog fight at once. ,transportation the destinies of what U now the Ds- county, ,whit 6.55.wbllli' and ,
uah the !Eastern: International Tl>. mist Jixoous .. 223 negroes I .
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\o --r county. with ,689 whlte l !and, 91tiegroes ,f I / J, ( r ,
KMGT11I.KMi the higher drnl1l1lltratlh.'- pod' pltoantjfor! the duties, of the,pos- .I' Jt_ r' I
JOnR la,third,. j, f ,ii ; : J ml
'under the1 Bureau. of Prohibition 'ition-im acceptable The ,
; tjpertencerequirements''rtf ,
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although. not determined! !'' the 'original' TexJ It. B' fclolilna.arpbeologist. l .
rice l 'CamnilHaloi flnallr Fo t".Mye r.Prof. '.. ', .
IliuinaUons Reopeiu; : indicate: that d sufficient ndmTxSr of ,amlnatlons have been ndaterlallj>, .. rep e entng ,the : 'T'
In Florida.. "' \ ; : :ln1 HUDSONand ESSEXjIwfamous I , I
II j..l i,ellblbl" 'ma'not'be ee'curbd'ttt\ a changed" for. these! ,new ,examination Smtthont.an.lnJllitu.te\ to arrlf ; I '''' : ,
|tagt6n,, 'rDQ .'GJ, Jan. 17.--... ,:number qt section* pf the{ fouI; rx. *. lot| Fort MW" ,trom .WAahlngtpn ; f II'': ,; r. '. "I 1. I .. will
'J : J 131. I ,
find entrance \ ot" wed
lIa1\ufe't are from Personal Investigation "nyLyllcaAfs tail ajart,exblqrpwgrb '
Tiufadayaighl, 3 that .
U eve mmSSA( has |4.4od. tojlp,06o''rf) year 'foi'adtmtnlstratoi's" ;'which'niaflticllde I '' oral1 } do Indian tnog dg'tg 1 tbiit tec- I,', rti'\\lHigh-fompress1orl; Super-Six, motors. .. '. I! .' : !

q .tlkel 11Utl d. for from, JS.'ao' O'l, .:, Interview, form part of,thWet. Worn fc, waal arn ed .heryThosd; 1Ir1 I.,: '1..t. I' > I

on admlnlsttl\tp.1: =f l1fJr'ttbit0dtifitilithhtfi 800' 'or 'year1'fof assistantApplicants' mtttldtrstdre =' ,amlnatlons. Fingerprint ;will' betadd night ,thorn ,E, A. Watmore. ,aI ialstant I 'I > :: ; ,'V": ;!1 : turn waste. heat to', power:, J,.1 1 ), .1! "u: I. ,i I ,
1 tor aM' -3:11001 foxopd ck the dccufaey'oE .
ttt trp1 : the secretarjf otfhenettutloutTheytewptudealwfliAcymaQOaEfa;;. ( "Mj 2, / '/ r -
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eat wort.. -assistant pro- a. eaf Pordepbli: ddihl>lJtfaJ.b-r>'d. applicants'* statement to''ar : } I Ii', ''IIDq a s,I i ", f 'J : t ',' : ,l / : I.. .1 I IJ
I hb( WH4L1fredt't Indictment (/1' ob 'lttlod for i'I' : : ""'I l 'If ) : J', iJMM ''f
admlptotratoc" forrpermlk *- ( rest. : restiltpf .'recei tfla4n, &t.Imgng 11,1'1 L i ) ,iJ\l"-, -dr ,(3 i If f 1
; 'and .fleputr: ; \iohtbitlonratorCor. : report at any"pJllc.'fJ11": ayrltlen crime or misdemeanor. kal<3&. wh.tti'" f ". Pf) ; Petttn r,* j tort f ,in,. ,', I { ;. t ,,:
< ot.el i 'wbo ,have el mlnatlon l'&iIl i Iwffy4b.r"'faleq on Full 'infb/msittoVlpay 7isilitntn: red : p aUarggapedmat44I" ;. J nil, ;?I ;:I"EH.SMiTp--: ; ;/ : ; I trt.ft': /.gtarke.'Fiii1 r t ,. :<]II 1 1f 1i. 1t

.aYes'1denEAj; .. oltilclllgnd t alnhi6re!: perl'edcb'fid'fltheptt'\!! l ( : trOth Qtl'1e'' t itt rfStiei"' ( dlVI) 'dii*gtor. DotaAPeb.ngAra>fuxfn oft', Zt .l l' ( :/ : : ; : : 1.:1.:, ', _. '.
6,a4ArGes f .within,th.iSUta tlencb Iii$r'O tMtllo.n';! t6 ijrccpertT- lee C asitlktrod) ; ., J.I'f'.t. ; ". .' 1. :. r'o\ll1'l\ .r. r/Y!
d3 ',- : ; rS'tIs .tib ctatIty 1oct' F1prfa'J'drmlWtA.tf\ 8t rnueltd :0. '
t nlFpd; qut : rYr,d. an1\.r $ the ,'ib :HJxlOJf; H i .11"l ''I'1 r.' 'f ".' .1'/1
luordthat: the eDt el $W\1kh:1Id Ih&l1i \' t rd; board of civil service eia-mrnfer* '1lii! 4>;cammtrriltbtt"" tw..hlhr.tlOD \ .

of the last examination for the Commission, qualifies the apu )- at the post office in any city In by January 31. I t


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1.a1I. The Christian Endeavor Society

1 of the Presbyterian church will!
Journal .
I. .r present a missionary pageant afte ,

the prayer services next Wednet o :,

Jan. 25th. Everyone ,
-"'" ,.-. day evening Edltor-In-Cnlet ___________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN
is cordially Invited and a large) attendance -

Phone 29 will be. appreciated. Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPA3

---- -- .------- ---- "- Sports Editor ___u________________ ELMER McMILLAN
I'' -- MVItK 1>K :MOM! CLUB

:MISSIONAHV emeu I Joke Eldtor -------------------- JUNIOR McDONELLLast
TWKXTIKTII: ('KNTfltV : MKHTIMIS" : Mrs. R. S. Carleton enterta4ne ,

CLVHMember members of the T.lvre De Mol Wednesday the school was Captain Andrews leading the scorning YOUR Future !
of the Missionary Scclety. -
The ladies Club Friday afternoon. "Dust honored by the visits of three for 7 points while Miss Stern

of the Twentieth Century Circle Number One held Answer" by Rosamond Legh ministers Rev. E. M. Rooks, ol berg dropped another goal for

their first meeting of the new year tile First Methodist church hum measure. Hawthorne made two
with x
Club were entertained II. mann was discussed during the
at the home of the leader, Mn. afternoon.At orously put it, there were 1> "'qenl more winding up the tilt with a
lovely party Friday evening by In chapel himself whose turn It score of 28-14. t
Monday title the close Mrs. Carleton
W. E. Mlddletoa served '
Miss Mable Weller at the horn was to come. Rev. Raymond, who Not only was the teamwork of
delicious naiad
to the a course. EnjoyIng -
of hey undo, Mr. J. M. Truby. noon. Bimlnt'HH pertaining the afternoon were: Mesdames was due last time when they did i the home girls improved, but also, ,
uKed was discussed and plan and Rev Hinton their individual play. Andrew
Fragrant narcissus wero new year not have chapel Capt.
D. C. Jones T. J. Aldei I
artlslcally/ about the rooms Bml made. Officers elected were: Mn. man, L. A. Davis L. L, Wymat, of the Mount Dora Fla., church *, of course Is always good, Start by saving a

dainty tallies directed the playerto W. JO. Middleton, leader; Mrs. J, Edward Burns and Mrs. Wortllatdley : who thought it was about time he but in this game her shooting waa amount tomorrowand
their places at the four table was coming. I especially accurate. Special attention today,
II. Hitch, assistant leader; Mis of Ocala.
At the close of the progression* Ilex Hinton led in the devotIonal should be called to her unusual -

Mr. ,and Mrs. N. Sternberg were Olive Hay, treasurer; Mrs. J. L. exercises of the chapel per' bit of work in getting her the next day and the

found to be winners of high' score I'lckerlll, secretary. The usua rlod, and Rev. Rooks followed first score of the night. In foot

for the men and ladies, respectIvely devotional and Bible study wa I F LOCAL. with an Interesting talk In which 'ball language she darted to the future will find you well

and were given a iicckU carrIed out, twelve members helm 6J he compared the human conscienceto left side-stepped and ducked to

and beautiful flower vase of ball present. At the clone the hostess a clock, explaining how we tbe right, thus reversing the entire prepared. Systematic saving -

salts'' Mm F. P. Stump made low served delicious sandwiches, wafers should keep both running well, group and shooting the goal

for .tJ e ladles receiving com and hot chocolate Rev Raymond pastor of the First I unharmed while the defense stood has paved the way for
1 tor Circle Numb Two of the Metho Mt'II'MlIwool HwC'uh'l'1I! IjlS.fS!) '
tact' and Dr. E. L. Biggs low Baptist church closed with a short helplessly in the far corner of the

the ')nell. receiving a pair of six. list Missionary Society held their! nt Hh'nllt'I'IC'II. bat fitting new year's taltf!' stressIng : section. Ruth Sternberg. had her 1 many a successful man.

Baited nuts were on the tableduring first meeting of the new year at the need of everyone utilizing: best night of goal shooting this
the clos the home of the leader Mrs. W. O. Messrs. George Harnsberger and
and at e .
the games every part of the coming year,, season. Never have we seen her I
the hostess serve* Unite on Monday 'afternoon. The Norman Ives were business vial
of (lie, evening She
another splendid thought gathered in better basketball form. wa.sclose
with colfee. following officers were elected: tors to Gainesville Thursday
salad courso
a delectable from his discussion was worded,, I behind Miss Andrews score
Mrs. L. A. Davis assistant leader;
"What we have been makes us'of 16 points with a total of 12.
Enjoying tbe hospitality of Mix Mrs. L. D. Green secretary; Miss Messrs.! A. J. Thomas chairman : "
what we are. The centers Shepard and Kendrick -
Weller were: Mr. and Mrs. O. 1Beailoy Amelia Kay treasurer. Mrs. E. M. cominlttpe on military affaire I I
also looked their best. They
Dr. and Mrs. K. I... BIggs, Hooks and Mrs J. W. White had house of representatives and J. CItohlnson I The past week"the students have in the hometeam's BANK of STARKEA
were unstoppable cogs
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. charge of the devotional and BIble attended the Summeral struggled through the ordeal ol I \
passwork, and we have no
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Mi study Plans were made for a tood presentation ceremonies In Jack mid-term examinations. That is,.
bum fumble
and 1>Jrs. O. M. Inruan, !Mr. and Bale on Saturday, Jan. 21st to beheld sonvllle Tuesday evening. Mi, most of them have. A number,, 1 accredited memory of a to either pass or of these Roll of Honor BankE.

Mrs, IT Sternberg, Mr. and !Mrs at the :M-C Store after which I Thomas, as a member of the re- however have bad an average ol ladles.

S. L. Peek and Mr. J. J. Truby /a social hour was enjoyed. A contest I caption committee with other 90 on up in studies and deportment charming young
feature of oc-I I I The guards Maxwell and Gainey S. Matthews Pre R. J. Davis Cashier
in singing was a state and military officials which is necessary if one ,
MUS. 1>AVJS K.VrKHTAINS: : : The prize, i a were Instrumental in breaking up
? the entertainment. cupled u seat on the stage durIng would be exempted from examina
practically all of the Hawthorne'snumerous
hand-made handkerchief was won the ceremony. tions. Those exempted and the
Mrs. L. A. Davis entertainer b/' Mrs I... D. Green, Delightful exempted from threats. They were all
studies they were
Mols club 'that could be desired, never allowIng
members of the Llvre de served by the d.
refreshments were Major J. L. Peek, 2nd battallo ItL I -----
charming: the visitor's more than two
and a few friends Mrs. Hooks.
hostess( assisted by Florida National Guard, Fire Algebra I. Raleigh Bromer
Tuesday afternoon at tier heautl goals to a quarter.
Lieutenant T. Tel fair Long and Brownlee Alice Fernandez,, I
ful home, lu honor of her houtu Slltl'ItlSi; ItlltTIIUAY Milton I The second team of_the Tornado
Second Lieutenant II. C. Wall BE Louis, Hill Richard Long Marjorie '
Burns SOCIAL their first Independent action
Mrs. Edward saw
guest I second battalion headquarters -
signed to
: Newell Annie Mae Pearce
Dainty narcissus, ferns and attended the I against the Hawthorne boys but
blooming potted plants were beau Mrs. Edwin Southern was pleat company Jacks Muriel Silcox Bill Wainwright. were far outclassed. Neither side
ceremonies -
tlfully placed about the room. tintly surprised Tuesday evening James Wainwright. exhibited much Interesting basketball ROYAL CAFEOPEN
vllle Tuesday night. They wer Overstreet Muriel -
I. Gary ,
of Mi English
Mrs. DavlH bad cleverly arranged friends called at the home Mrs. J. L. Peel and the game was rather dull
accompanied by Bill
Ii literary contest which wai Ian. 17th when a number ot Silcox. Rachael Silcox. However the Individual play of
Mrs. H, C. Wall and Miss Met
thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Burn and Mrs. 1<'. A, Scott where she Wainwright, James Wainwright Hughes and Cox brought approval' FOR BUSINESS-TRY OUR

velved the prize given to the clul tail Dr. Southers have apartment wyn Jackson. George; Inman Hazel Adkins, Milton from all.

member who gave tho most cor .For the winter. Brownlee Alice Fernandez Leo Hughes who plays often SERVICE
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rect answers, which was a dainty; I Mrs. Scott had quietly let the Louis Hill, Richard Long Marjorie I with the first five as guard was the

wall va e. The guest prize for the .' birthday date be known and when; Newell. lone first string man in the game. Call Street Starke, Fla.

contest was won by !Miss Amelia friends kept coming In with good Church Services .. History I. Hazel AOklns, Milton I He was switched to forward position .

Ray, ,who .received a quaint pot ,wish os. and appropriate gifts, Mrs Brownlee Alice Fernandez I and lived up to all expectations Two Doors ''Vest of Theatre

tery vane. southern wall so surprised and i. Loins Hill\ Richard Long. Marjorie by doing, nearly of.Starke'sscoring

At the close of tho afternoon jrercomewith emotion that she .. + 4' . 4. 4 Newell Gary Overstreet,, and breaking up several w

Mrs. Davis assisted by Mrs. Burns .had to ask her husband to expres Gwendolyn Launt, Bill Wainwright :Hawthorne plays. Ills work was

served her guests a delicious saint tier thanks and appreciation ot BAPTIST George Inman. 'especially good In the let and 3rd

course. Enjoying this occasloi these tokens of love and friend Latin I. Marjorie Newell Cary
were: Mesdames D. ('. Jones L. ililp. During the evening con Sunday school at 10 a. in., J. F. Overstreet Willie Strlckrand Gerald .-I Gerald Cox first string man .

Wyman, T, J. Alderman. It C. /eraatlon bird-guessing contests Klckllter, supt. Cox. ,last year saw his first full game

Carleton E. M. Hooks A Z. Ad jrlnlnal poems and a dramatl Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:3 Science 1. Gerald Cox. Louie of the season, as he has been

kins, Edward Burns of Cedar Key;; reading of Shakespeare's lilchan p. m, Hill. Richard Long, Howard handicapped tor a spell, by football QUALITY BAKERY

J, C. hoover F E. Dradley of De III by Dr. Southern was much, enloyed. H. Y. P. Unions meet at- 6:3 Moore, Rachael Silcox. Guy An- Injuries. Gerald kept his place

trolt Mich., Worth Hartley ot p. m. every Sunday. dreu Raleigh Bromer, Muriel SII-"aa guard and did it well Time

Ocala. and Miss Amelia Hay. Near the close of this delightful Mld-week\ service "Wednesday cox and again during the first half \
evening delicious refreshment Latin II. luulse Hayes Isabel .
Hawthorne plays. It .
at 7:30 p. m. ha broke up ,
J\n"' AUXILIARY of brick Ice cream and auxe; KaszynsM; Era Marcotte, Edna I will be hard to keep Cox oft the GENERAL LINE OF BAKERY GOODSBREADROLLSCAKESPIES

MEETING food cake were served. Thus SIKTHOIVIHT: Stansbury 'Tornado first stringers hereafter. ,

present were: Hev. and Airs. II. 8Jarletou. Algebra IL Louise Hayes isa- Canora alternate captain and It

The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sis '(Enoch Marvin Roosks pastor) bel Kazynskl, Eva 'Marcotte Edna I Moore saw their initial action on

Presbyterian church met at the .ruiik, Mr. and Mrs.: J. T. Quigley, Sunday school 'Sunday morn Init Marcotte, :Edna 'Stansbury, Lester the home court and did their positions

borne of Mrs. T. S. Williams 01 \lr. and Mrs. C. A Futch, Dr. and 10 o'clock ..... It, Perryinailupt. .,, Sponheltz. as center and guard well.Canova .

Thursday evening. The devotional \Ire. J. S. Cutler, Mrs. A. II. English II. Louise Hayes; Eva I one of the few Bradford SATURDAY SPECIALS
F. Clark rang
exercises read by Mrs. at 11:00 n Sponholtz Edna
a. Lester
}roen. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Worship, Sunday Marcotte G. McMillan's pass-
being a short service to the memory Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Souther Mrs and 7:30: p. m. Stansbury Isabel Kazynskl, Lois goals. did
In quite handy as CREAM
of of their members Mist work, came PUFFS & CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS
one Resolutions were John UKlow and Miss Carrie Usow. Junior League! Biinday artllrqoon: Dopey. Dinkins at guard with hla frequent ""

Kate Livingston. Unable to attend but send it 2:30 o'clock Science 11. 'Clarence Andrews.! of .

. road by Mrs. H. A. Tucker and InlC good wishes and remembrance IH-League Sunday afternoon at History II. Louise Hayes Isabel .. Interception passes.A set In the

members voted to send business them hour tc were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. 1:00: o'clock. Kaszynskl, Eva Marcotte, Edna first -near half when record only was two goals A trial of our Products will delight you

relatives. After the tlr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs Senior Epworth League :Sunday: Stanslrary Lester Sponholtz. Neither teams
social meeting were: registered.
was concluded a next meeting J.[ S. Mal pas. Miss Sarah Malpa avewlng at 0:45 o'clock. Englt.k III. Gwendolyn Laant. seemed to locate the basket and a
was enjoyed. The and others. Ten states and tau We invite you to come and war Science III. Reba Maxwell
" 'will be at the home of Mrs. R. F,. 2-2 draw resulted.
llfferent countries were represented hip with us. Mattie Norman.
and tumble 3rd perIod -
The rough QUALITY
Clark, February this Lots Gainey, Reba
In this group of friends on PUKSlJYTKniATM: History IiI : contained, a lot of foolish long

? OOI.lIo.N: 'VE1)UINOANNIVE1I4.tItY tctuHlon.: Maxwell Jesle Williams. uud wild shots on the part of the) FLORIDA
Dr. and Mrs. Southers are oh Science IV. Lets Gatney, flwendolyn ;
Sunday school 10 a. m.l'reach- rlsitors and the score was only
of having lives< Launt, Jessie Williams.
residents Starke
ing by the pastor at 11 :tu m. ass 8-4 as the finale begaml: Then the
Mr. and Mrs. Jj. E. Dowllrg ol here over 20 years ago, and kavi '1 r:30 p. m.Prayer Mathematics IV.? Lois Gainey. Hawthorne outfit found them-

Rio will celebrate their Golden nany. friends here.MKKTINO. tweeting 7:30 Wednes- Jessie WlHlama. elves and a string of goals followed -

Wedding anniversary at the home II until the last whistle. 'They'an
: lay night. ::
Get Treat Win aa
of their son, W. Q. Dowllng", at Christian Endeavor at 8:30: 9n Girls the score up to 18"'6. I........................ o'clock. She had only been tlc

Jacksonville Friday January 13. W. M. TJ. l1awtlun'IIeVaJlops Tttwrves Hawthorne brought quite a '
New River Association a few days and her death cameta
went to Jacksonville Thurs- Presbyter 'The Whirlwind 'the cage: sextet but the )local' LAWTEY J
They vlll hold an all day meeting at The North FlorldA ;;) rowd of supporters Shad
day afternoon; accompanied by Corinth church Saturday Jan will hold its spring meeting 1n thPresbyterian < of Bradford swept her way to a turnout was meager. ..... K. E. D_. T. CarS shock to her many friends.
Mrs. Mae Jones decisive victory over the Hawthorne been resident of Lawtey f fj
their daughter, let, near Starke. The followlni: church at Starke 'deeideu .. ......o..o4NM. .q' a
There will be present at the cele- about 50 delegates. girls, last Friday night We have to lame Lawte Jan. and numbered 1f '
program will be carried out: bare. will be ), 20.-Mrs. W. C. many years
brat all of their children except while the Tornadoes Reserves bowed ondltlon: of the Hip School
on 10 to 10:45. Devotlonal- Woolen and Mrs. friends her SIi
a. m O. A. Anderson by' acquaintances.
:' one eon 'Ir. E,' L. Dowling,, Starke. 1>K. TVCKEIl 11KSIOJ!t to the superiority of the Hawthorne Journal this ween:, an examination.
irs G. C. White :28- the attended the O. E. S. meeting. leaves to mourn her loss Sit'
of New York Those who will Music Mrs. J, S. Bat Five. The scores were Due to review and exams ;
be present to congratulate Mr. and Special To' the Officers And Members of the M. and 1S-6. themE elT4s., hindered the supply Starke Monday night. voted husband and a number tpj

Mrs, Dowling are Mrs. W. E. Mid- ler. Starke. from Presbyterian Church Starke, The Whirlwind: to their lop-eld-'fot most of tbe expected inatrleal .Mrs. G. W. Roberts was visiting I children, besides a host of trfe 1
11:30. Reports
dleton, of Btarke, Mrs. Mae Jones 10:45: to : Florida--Greetings: ed win. showed a* complete i a' such as club reports, clans newt. In Starke Tuesday afternoon who sympathize with them 10 the
of Rio Mrs. R. Q. Dowllng. Mr, all officers. Collperativeprogram My dear People; betterment of form as base eve etc. Airs.! J. T. Moore was shopping sad bereavement The fun1
and Mrs. Tl. A 11:30: to 12:30.: period In the lifer the local court In Starke cortege left Lawtey Wednesdi,
It. 0y. Bowling <:: There comes a been witnessed on Tuesday afternoon
Mrs. N B. O'Kelley.
Dowling of Jacksonville.-Stuart by every man when the body, on Before an tnexperiencved team of It. n. H. BCXK Mr. and Mra. L. II. 11111 were morning at seven o'clock for J*"

Daily News.IURTHUAV. lacksonvllle. the account of age and Infirmities reuses rather weak material she appear Thelma Yon coudn't pla:)' visiting friends in Jacksonville sonvllle, where funeral servM
Dinner on
12:30: to 1:30. to bear accustomed burlens. ed Friday night a strong team lookey from a correspondent Sunday and Interment will be held. Qua j

>> PAIITY :round. Devotional Mrs, The Spirit, Soul, Mind may capable of systematic! play and accurate school ''Mrs. E. E. Burney and children number of LawteTpeople atte*|
to 1:45. I'tsend
: : I could, too. '
Johns be active and rigorous: but the goal tossing. While, we Hagan-Tes and Mr. and Mrs. H. R, Sapp ed the funeral.

Mrs. P. E. entertained II I, M. Mcltae Corinth. body lags behind. Hence In whatever must admit their opposition was 'em an empty envelope. were Visiting In Jacksonville Sun- M.... nM ._*.... |
evening In honor of the 1:45: to 2:30.: Ruby Anntverary A splendid || ';
Friday to(
> business or profession a man not of the highest calibre, just the opportunity '
tenth birthday anniversary of her program. Mrs. McQowanuchsotivllle. Peek-Ever heard th* story: .of day.J many household necessititCmoney
.. nay be engaged, he is obliged to same they ottered fully twice the A, Howe attended court In
niece Llttl Miss Geraldine Johns. lighten the burdens of the body by better as their former appearance, the wicked flea T Ocala this week.Mesdames saving prices. I'ull th'II
enjoyed the pictureat 2:30: to 3:30.: Forming of org- wicked flee when nfl I of1
The party Dora-The
nouncement of the details
inking less demands) on it by retirIng Starrtlng a little slow, the glrli J. II. Moore and W.
the Gaiety Theatre afterwards .nlzatlons and auxiliaries.Mrs. man pursueth." details of the n" all Silver Jab*;
from Active work. seemed to get better and better II Edwards were shopping In
residence W, J. Epperson
returning to Mrs. Johns' The body la a machine that has as the game went on, and at the Jacksonville Wednesday. birthday Sale will appear in u"weeka ,
where games were played. The Mrs J, T. Quigley I Miss Jackson-What was the 0. .
Its limits of endurance. After final whistle they had doubled the A number of our boys have Telegraph Watch for
color Asnoclatlonal organized -
roobis were decorated In a Tower of Babel? _
three score and ten years, accordIng The first quarter u
score. orchestra and
enemy an are
which pray
and white that where
of blue Louis
A UHTKKN: HTAU MEETING: to Nature's Law and according play was fairly close, with nl.thersh1e \ ticing twice a week. They expectto Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddistaaand
carried out effectively. his 500 wives ton. <
was very Solomon kept >:
cake with tll the Scriptures the body may being overly active. Hawthorne give us a treat In the line ot daughter, Miss Madge
large white birthday Number demand a rest. I have reached while Gerald spent Friday in Jut 1 1aonville.
The Starke Chapter Justly opened the scoring good music ere long.
domed Miss Florence-Now I have finished -
ten blue lighted tapers tbt!
the dining table and at the closeof le8. O. E. S. held its regular meet- that point In life when the body Andrews and Sternberg each located explaining the parts ot 'a [ Mrs. J. H. Carradine and son They were guests at

tie evening ambosla cake and Ing Monday evening at the Masonic tall II to keep pace with the mind the basket, to bring the lamb, Joseph what do you associate Lee, spent Tuesday Mi Jacksonville reception In honor of 'the goU Ml'-.

served. hall. The usual order orthe ence any work Is undertaken at count to 4 to 2. The next period ?" wedding anniversary Mrs. .
word "mutton
hot The chocolate little hostess was wall the recipient meeting was carried out and a great disadvantage: Therefore however the home sextet drew Joe with-Jeff.the Rev. J. V. Robinson and a partyof dleton's parents, Mr.: 'and ;.Mrs- L%.
of dainty and useful luslnesa discussed. 1 present to you my resignations away to, a long lead which they., friends motored to Palatka E. Dowling, of Stuart 'which J
many In evidence of this church to take given In Jacksonville at the bo*:'|,
gift. Assisting in looking after A good attendance was t pastor never lost. With Andrews tackingup Scootle-Ja Elmer a one-armed Monday.

the pleasure of the guests were at this meeting. Visitors effect April 29th. 1928. five points and Sternberg get- driver?" Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and of their son W. Q. Dowllnjr.;!

Misses Beatrice Johns and Louise for the evening were: Mesdames This will give you time to arrange ting a goal, while the visitors made Eloise-Certainly not. He uses children visited Palatka Hastings

Edwards. Enjoying the evening F. L. Wise of Hampton and Mrs. for someone to take my two ringers the scrie stood 16 6 at both arms. and Penney Farms Sunday. POLITICALAnnouncements.

were: Katie<:: Colley, Vera Claire Edwin Southers who la spending place without a break in the work the half. Theaction slowed up a E. E. Burney G. A. Anderson

Robinson, Martile Hemingway th8: winter .Starke.. I trust and pray that the Lord little in the third quarter but not Mr. Morgan-This book .will, \ do and Joe Starling went, on a fishing .
will guide you In making a selecon Starke's goal hooting. Sternberg'
trip Ocala
Elizabeth Holllngiworth Mildred half your work. near Monday re-
A Hplciulhl to obtain
Hundley.Martha Joyce Johns, Virginia lAity household OIIIrtunlt necessities at that will be a great spiritual kept her eye on the basket to roll ,Cupl -Glmmle two quick. turning Tuesday : : g.1n .. ran HEIIIPPI
leasing to the church and an Influence .
Alvarei H. R. Johns. Ernie up 6 more points while Andrews ,. .: ,hereby announce my o1"1'.1for '
saving Full
oney price an-
for good In the entire corn-. goal. Hawthorne managedto Jackson You wanta \ sheriff ef Hr and ford county wjf,
Jr., and Billy Dowllng Billy\ Edwards got a Miss -Sit up. .I k- go
( et
ounceiuvnt the
: <> details of the unity. jeot to U. action of the .ote. J us,
L. o. Johns. Thornton d..taliit of the Ilexall Sliver Jubilee get two more no the score was tine carriage when you're. man. Lawtey: was' very much saddened primary of Jun 6th. If el.ctdn' '
Johns' Joe Edwards Jr. and Jack Very cordially your Brother In 19-10 aa be closing, period began. ,don't you T Tuesday morning ;when It was promlia Impart Wly
..., .. !: \".y$91exill Jn! .md.nt.lawatltdrNMAnt
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Inlet, '
lc1'IIt: \ 'Tkl4. {tJ\P'J'IlH.J! \ } tffl.jqr y il.mrIlllr'. On, 11!>aa.Qnsl.atrtitgty.jhelgcal-lot: ....Jllolaa.7Wo11.rkatbet: have an learned that Mr*. Don Frlgo had / ..1o. ll.e agd aiL Xvurep ,
t U. 4i.TUCKJi1Ria IfesdiLet itbemael..xtlllUt.QJlJlit. .Ir$ tellJtwe I passed away Mvndaynlct at'SsSO porywill. bit W.pMITCHel<

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-- -- = 18 visiting her aunt. Mrs. Henrlet- Rattl were visitors in Starke 1lrsmeurrrsalXa ---"'. c ._- __ --
1 ="' .
la Brown. Saturday afternoon. -K Jll.l -- ,

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie B. Johns, 1t'n'lI! Hut from ijtl.OO! up nt
: Bits of of Baldwin were guests of her sia- Steriibors's. 2-\\ Attention Mrs. Houseife }}

ter, Mrs. J. E. Corpenlng Sunday Wisconsin i1 I I I
William Baker of Nassau
la visiting at the home of r- ; I 5 It will pay you to trade here. Our prices are the lowest t

local Nes' Harry Pittenger ot Jacksonville, his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.E. I I -our quality the best andlast but not least we offer tI

was a visitor in Starke the latter A- Towle.
j i an unexcelled servicf.
part of the week. I .
Our People Business and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shlrer and + {I r
Concerning son Charles, Jr.. of Jacksonville We welcome every Housewife to do her shopping here, \

Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. Eunice Canova and daughter were guests ot Judge and Mrs. A. .c-- knowing that whatever she may purchase she will not
Miss Mary, were visitors' to Z. Adklns Sunday. !
Jacksonville' Saturday. only be getting the fullest measure of value in every

!!BiimmnmininiiiiiMiniipinmnmi'miminnnMiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiiii!!,, !! iroiiiiiiiiiiniiin IUltIlI1ItIInnnIItlNIIlItIIIIIUIII111U1111 Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall sense of the word but also the choicest of foods at a 1

hells all sizes at Klckliter's. ness visitor to Keystone Heights Marcus F. Brown ot Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, minimum price. Telephone your order today.
Wednesday.W. spent last week-end in Lawtey and Jr., are now residing in the Turner

Weeks of Brooker, was a I IS Starke with relatives and friends. home on West Call' street. ;(

visitor la Starkt Friday. J. Mills of Lake City, was I a Brooks Shipman of Green'Cove I Miss Alice Fernandez. Messrs. Specials Friday And Saturday } ...

ast styles Spring hats and business visitor in Starke several I Springs was a business visitor to John Powell, Joe Oliver and Wesley

days this week. Starke Wednesday. Stearns were visitors to Jacksonville .
at Marguerite's.
Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. H e l MI j
Rev L. L,. King spent Wednesday
'. Wynn of Hampton was a Mrs. Earl Middleton of Cocoa
; in Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. S, niakely and son, Billy NO. *
, Sturke Friday. was the weekend guest of Dr. and W. Conqueror Early June Peas fgK 25c rti
t. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. T. Quigley ot Jacksonville, are guests of I

her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
coal going at cost at
Dr. James Chase of Jacksonville,
, rg''', Men's Ovorruald as rlirnp us Dalsden. Roscdalc lirand 'Crushed Pineapples
Is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. -
li.o3: at /sU-n>berg's.Newn PEACHES
1. C. Hoover, this week. who Is now
Dr. O. D. Conger,
1'1'beans and Red Bliss potatoClckliter's.
Alvarez of Green Cove( located with Dr. Middleton, has No. 2 can 22c
II Springs spent the week-end with F. F. Stump was a business visitor moved hIs family into the Phillips No. 21-2 can 25c
to Leesburg and Eustis last Madison street.
Helberger of Brooklyn his father, A, L. Alvarez.Mr. week louse on East

'visitor In town Saturday. '\. Lenthal Wyman and little OVER-SEA BRAND TINY ROSE DALE It RAN I i ART-
and Mrs. J. II. Lord have Mrs.
Messrs. Charlie Scrag' Abe daughter; Ruth and Mrs Worth SWEET PEAS LETT PEARS \
es and bats at greatly re- as their guest their daughter; Mrs.
I Bes ent and Joe WainwrIght were left Wednesday for Ocala
at Marguerite's. Ceo. Heller 'of Fenton Michigan. lladley '
prices No.2can30c No. 2 18c 'I
visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. to spend several days. can
I .
E. H. Smith Dr. LaniHon Cowart ,
Mrs. was trans
and" were Mrs. J. H, Carradine and son, Hon. and Mrs. I'). M.\ Johns left
to Jacksonville Sunday. acting business in Starke Monday Lee, of Lawtey were visitors In Tuesday for Baltimore, Md., to be Florida '
each 15c
afternoon. Union
and Florida, Peanut Seed. County Times. Starke Monday. with her parents Mr. and Mrs.T. Large Fancy Celery,

Miss Madeline of Tampa J. Griffin. 'I
r'e. Mrs.-
Is visiting her grandparents Mr,: George Marcotte, Misses of Cudahu Picnic Hams, G to 8 Ibs./ Cudahu Sliced Itacon-A Breakfast I'' +
Jo Eva: Marcotte and Lois Colley and Mrs. O. B. Tyson
fi., Torode of Lawtey was ala and Mrs. A, P. Hoffman. pent( Thursday In JackHonvllle. Jacksonville Mr. were guests of Mrs.I'yson's each without the hock Bacon feint no equal

Starke Tuesday. sister, Mrs. P. Jo). Johns,
Miss Elizabeth McDowell and 21c Per 30c
pound pound
George; Marcotte has purchased
fest styles Spring hats and Mr. O. J, Crime of Lake Butler,,
he South Side Filling Ballon from .....
at Marguerite's.nd were visitors In, Starke Sunday. -- -
'V. T. Flncher. Roy Mercer ot Lakeland was a FAT
visitor in town Tuesday lIe formerly Best Grade Salt Bacon LEANANO} 18c 1t
Mrs. E. H. Smith mader Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan of Mr.. and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards lived in Starke and was gladto

| trip to Tampa Friday. Jacksonville, were visitors in. and George; Harnsberger see his old friends again, .. .-. ..

Starke Tuesday. were visitors to Jacksonville Sun- PURE CANE Granulated Sugar Fancy Firm Cuban TOMATOES

supply and in bulk.garden Klckllter's.seed ins Mrs. 'T. A. .Brinson of FJftone, day. two L.weeks'Wyman trip left to Tuesday Pensacola for and a 15 pounds $1.00 I Per pound lOc

was the guest of her daughter; Fall nmlVlnUr. business con
Closing, Sltdell, Louisiana on
moved back tobe Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Tuesday. .. .
Glover has Millinery Ilt Serllhcrg's.Mr nected with the government forestry --- ---- - --- --- --

in the New River section. work. f Rosedale Brand Pineapples / 28c
fv ;
James Rosier of Lawtey was a and Mrs. James Godwin of CAN

Seed prices on ironclad hosiMarguerlte's. business visitor to Starke Wednes. the state farm Raiford, were Mr. and Mrs. J. W Morgan had

I ... day. quests' ot Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bts- aa their guests Sunday afternoon Foil will find at our store air day Saturdau a pure food sale sponsored

PO.-Kirk Lewis was a visitor Judge A. V. Long passed through hop Sunday. > Mrs.Walter D.Wills I). Weeks of Tampa.and Miss Mr. Ilat-and I by Missionary'Society of Methodist. CIlllrclt.-Pallcy home-made

ksonvllle Monday. Starke Saturday enroute to his Mrs. R, S. Johns of Lake Buter tie Weeks of Lacrosse. Cakes, Pies, Candies + t

home in Gainesville was the guest of her parents M
iced prices on Ironclad hos- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green, Mon- Mesdames O. M. Inman, M. E. '

rMarguerlte's. E. V. Larsen of Keystone day. nooks, N. D. Wainwright and J,
the visitors to
Heights was among

|Griffin of Jacksonville, wasr Starke Monday. !Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Matthews S lo Tr-countyederatton II
in Starke Wednesday. lave had as their guest; for several day afternoon In Lake Butler.
Miss Inez Moltt of Jacksonville, days Mrs Matthews' nephew, n
hats at greatly re- Is the guest this week of her
pea and LouisVItkovski of Jacksonville.Mr. ; Mr. D. P. McKinnon, superintendent -
Marguerite's. sister, Mrs.: P. E. Johns
jtrlces at of the north Florida division tl

and Mrs. Eugene Griffin ot of the Florida Power and
Mid Mrs. Lewls-Sbriver of Mr. and Mrs N. Sternberg and Jacksonville, Mrs. Lila Griffin and Light Company was a/msinesa

were visitors in Starke visitors:children to Lillian Jacksonville and Ben Sunday, were daughter. Miss Ethel, spent the visitor in Starke rlday. ',,::-::::::::=--=_-_::==:.::. ==__==--_:'=_-=-=_:: ::.::=':===- ======.-==-=-::=-_'.: :_:::::: entH
day. ._ ,,_ ; week-end with relatives In Tampa
Mrs. A. S. Crews has returned l uJ
Young and family have Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Holloway are Frank Pattee who is employed Dublin .Oa., where she has and Mrs. Alderman's parents Mr. >OTH'H 1 Cnunty. Hlale! of Florida I will offer
jlo the Livingston home( onid spending several weeks at their in Wlldwood, spent Saturday In visiting her brother and alsterInlaw and Mrs F. Jo). Bradley of Detroit for Halo mid null to the hlichnut and lie ,,
been III (the Circuit Court, 2Hh( Judicial
I Street. home on Orange street. Starke with his parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mich., were guests of Mr and Mrs Circuit" and for lJra.lfor Conn* I IIy bunt bidder property tor cash lo-the wit:foilowlnedescribed 7Y ,

Mrs. F. J. Pattee. Dowling.Mr. J, L. Winter in Waldo Sunday.II Slate of Florida. In Chancery. head of heavy
Anderson Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green ofacksonvlle "Twonly-flvB
nd Mrs. A W.
----- --- Hank of Winter Turk, a "ol.toratlon mule, .ult.hle for cradln" and
elvlng congratulations( on spent Sunday In Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Eppersonand and Mrs.: Lester Harper INK: "'I'"'1'10111'1'11'1'' VII .n ,rat heavy work 1ral
"val of a son January 17th. Starke.Mr. Nashville W. It .lernlitnn and IT. K. Jornliran' K
Jacksonville were conrthiiuxo
children, of returned from At the front door of the -
have no-iHrl nurn IriulInK umlor tlm
HP port of I the c-nndltlon of the I | ntItrudt.rd
of his Sheriff and have been visitIng firm mime" and Mylxd UN Cltjr of htarko. County ball
guest parents Tenn., where they IriKlfurcl Connlv: Hank, nt Hlarke, of l.'lorldu. on this
Joe Hill! Williams of Lake and Mrs. G. C. Livingston Jrs. W. J. Epperson, Sunday.Dr. her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. In the Hints tit Florklii 'at the dona W. L. JornuKitri und nt. V1 Hon.I'orrrliiMurf ..rfKHfCff. Dllth.. day, of Hlale January' A. D. 11)28) at t lt.I .
was a business visitor in of Tampa and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell of builneMM nreinber Slut, 11137. NDTU'M ilV HAMJNotlca 11-00: a. m.

ednesday, spent Friday In Jacksonville. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes had II. Owen. and discounts MrMfkiircrwT.onn ___.$430,4(11.11(> IK hereby tlvfin that under: '!'"r"'.. """h. W. J. RpplallHOS< I
hvxrdrafr. ( __ _____ 5m.04Jnlted and !b'/ virtue of un order Innulnvout Bradford.Cminty'
h. '
as their Sunday guests Mrs. Miss Carrie Uglow. Mrs. John Htate! bond* 14,10001) of the circuit Court, 26th Ju- Sheriff of l-20-2t-l-3T:
I O. T. Hinton of Mt. Dora --' IIHnl( I (firm In' and l for llrailforuL U8'areJg
e Harngberger was a busl- Mrs. Charles. Arendall, Mrs. Guy Aren- Alice Hewke and County and lnunlctpatho11IN -'
Uglow, Mrs. __ __ _____ 20,000.00 ---- '-'
,. IIIXIIIIINIIIIIIIXIIIIOINNIIIIIIIIIIIIINIINIXNINIIIaasaUWe'' ,,,,,,,,, '''''' '' ''' ..awlNll" ""''lift' ''. dall and Mr. Brooker ot Lakeland. her guest, Mrs. Victoria Smith lianklnic house, Funlture ----------------
IJ tttiiuwiUliiuiiiiiiniinuiiiiliiMiiiiiiii'!' '''' ''' '''''''' '' > to Gainesville Sun- and Fixture _____ .? 10.1)1)1).01)Oth..r ()
i were visitors Real. Hxtat Owned 12,818.UC'IL..h ./ I"I ofI
A. D. Jernigan, representativeof day. on. hand and due
the Burroughs Adding Machine from bank _______ 81.6tO.18 J ,

Company, was a business: visitorin Mon's! and Young Men's: Suits. Total ______. ______I687.S59.19Mnhllltlt I .

Starke Friday. 922.30\ at $rnbergfB. Capital Stock i'ald' In _-*___f.0,000..00Hurplun /

January Dr. W. D. Brinson of Baldwin, 11'xtch fur the announcement of : fund: profit- -(leu* expene 22,000.00Undlvided I
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and taxes pnld 2,3BI.U flies.
and Mr. T. A. Brinson of Flftone. be Rezall Silver Jubilee Birth.day Deposit _-B22.IU.1I8 1 I
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Uru" Hlore. vcli-
l were guests Hale a* Mitchell's Total &R7IIU.1D 9
Corpenlng Friday Full details In next week's Tl'lco- State:, of Florida-County of llrad.tord I
es.I 1 1J.
graph. J. H. nitcli Caiihler of the above
learance Messrs. Levy and Allen Canovaof named Bank do solemnly swear that
Jacksonvlle, were week-end Watch for the announcement of the above statement t li trim to the .
bekt of tnyknowledire and belief, and
Mrs. Eunice Birthday -
guests of their mother the Kexa.ll Silver! Jubilee that It IH In response to official! no-
Canova. Hale at HU'heU' Ilrug: Htore tlco to report by the Comptroller of
the stale of 'lurid&
I Pull detail In next week' TC'Ie- Jn. RITCH, Ca.hler

mid-winter clearance of our regular stocks Mr. and Mrs. Edwin BUtch'and graph. CORRECT N ATTEST T. HITCH: .
little daughter; of the state farm. W. T. WKKK3

substantially reduced for immediate dis- .. Misses Free and Mary Lee Wynnof Subscribed J. M. and MITCHKI-L.sworn Director to beforeme

'U. Those who participate in 'this sale willI I 1a 1. ANT A % end Hampton In Starke, will with spend their the week-aunt this 10th day of LN January tarltuallo 1998. the

ct WORD Mrs.. J, T., Quigley, i

i iO U COLUMN t-t..nlberJl Men' Shirts: all colors, ose at I The Broadcaster ) 1 toN

WANTED--Your order; for wood: *
percent Oak or pine by'the, load or cord. Mrs. E. J. Archambeault of Your battery is the life of your btlto

Savinglever Price reasonable.! See me or Chattanooga Tenn., arrived this car; Distilled water Is the life of when means

live orders at Miss Matilda week'to spend the winter with her your battery; Your tires are the Saving young
I Lee's Church street. E. E. Lee.1.13.4te'. brother, George A. Marcottee, cushions that give you riding com e t

1 family.More. fort; Air Is the life of your tires.. old Contentment dur-
contentment during age. r
t before have offered so much in qualin LOST-Two sacks of sweet feed Bargains ever at the Have them Inspected once a weekat

between Starke and Italford. llexall Silver Jubilee Birthday Halo the Sinclair: Service ''Station ing old age is a wonderful blessing.

style in Workmanship ; every item in our :Notify I. W. Ptnhofoter.-Brooker.' nt MltrhelPs JrulC Store February We are always glad to do these
1132teHave In next
S3IU. Full the motorist.
tat to small favors for it is a
ck, Shoes, 'Clothing, Hats, Shirts-being in- modern five rom bungalow week's Telegraph. Watch for It. Your for Quality and Service When the winter of life .approaches know that
JOK of satisfaction
fded in this two weeks sale at 20 percent un. In Clearwater want to trade More lIwrKalns than ever at the wonderful feeling and that have r
for town property in Starke. See Birthday Hale there is money in the bank you
regular: prices. Every item is of the charI I W.- J. Illlfe. Hull building.- It. at llexall MlU'liell's!Silver: Drug Store February nothing to worry about. .7

ristic standard of this store, assuring l long'ir I FOR RENT-Small Apply 1st to 25th. Full details h In fir next It.
It is.
Starke. FORSALEFORD account
to R. A. Newsome WM'k'lI The right time to open a bank
good fit and smart style. Make selections -as 39Vrwilh
white NOW--$1.00 opensan
NOTICE bare at my place Bradford county when you are young-Start

fly while stocks are complete four miles west of Lawtey one teachers and 8 colored on the rolls account.It .
dark: brown heifer. Marked swallow tbla year, given out In the re- TOURINGin
j Hats fork: one ear, swallow fork published thin week by the
Stetson port
ksheim Shoes I fleur de Ha in other. No brand. stats superintendent 'of public: instruction is your best protection against the future.

& Marx Styleplus Suits Owner please arrange with m* at A-l shape; four sad.A,4 .
once, L. M. Uarrhee?Itoute No. 1, -t new Tires, good top
Dos 88, Lawtey. FU. tt* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord Mls .
I and upholsteryA
Fannie Lord and MM. Oeorge.Hel-

I IJ. WANTED complete-line Man quality with' car Auto to Tires sell ler Thursday of' Fenton for a Michigan motor trip left to last M>\ Bargain for $75.00( BRADFORD COUNTY BANK.

Tube Exclusive 'Territory. of Cash
Alvatj'Outfltlers Experience not necessary.: Sal- ami Tampa and other points Financial Stronghold
M. '
; I interest: Bradford County'
ary >)1300,00 per1' toonth. Milestone See J. M. DAVIS at
Rubber Company,
Jacks 93 value go- STARKE,
Lumber Hotel
It* Boys Starke or
27" Liverpool. Ohio.
I lag at ..3"3'at Ktrnbrg':
for Men and Boys Printing office
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_... gpdd vrwWtiaw.tuwl I ilw '"tW. ."......\.z{a.lP'A.itth/is\ ":,AJdetn1i1 Franced. --- -- --- -.-

""RI.M Nwsl "'_IIII"I"'J.IIIIt-' ,,",,,",,arr.I ,_ O. C. Sweat;.Starke, Fla. l-13-4t and. little daughter. Susan I I


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St. Petersburg Celebrates One Year of .Sunshine J CAGE TEST' INDICATE

5 Farmers &, Farming .. HEAVY BOLt WEEVIL

(Ry Agricultural Editor) : 'l l K. CE1CEQ2417Nfyr SURVV. 4THIS YEA
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r't' The year
Gainesville, FltT- 1028 four were found ally.. 1'hj'IIi'e)1
;odrme Truckers Are Invited to tribute> ,Ar-: I I
) s and bids fair to lie banner your top the would: have llv., Ij 'II ;II i

r '{ tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Fpund" 'f boll weevils If present! condHltjna( I open! tie c. v The la.-/. ash

1 To I5c Rest Suited to Our Country''; ; continue Is the opinion of EdgarF. I which were found in u, 111".
>' i, 1 d I IflO1idaFarmers
+ W
-M atnr ., '
L % .N 3 Grossman entomologist In tlon traps Is soraewhai ,
,. . .. I'rj;'
cotton Investigations at the Florida after the cold weathn If
J I; : |weeks'' l t
: Kxpprlmnt! Station. agat The onk< fie

Should a. His opinion is baaed on his find, bated near Oaln svllJ') 1111d.ht.

lings when a test cage was opened "subjected to tempera' < :

Get Into The Habit Of. this week"./ send Itpvas[ : learned that :as, 16 ''degrees, all
;' iu.1..ts' ; "+4 over' 45' percent of the hibernating I
weevils'' w-era still alive after the i : }Mr. Grpseman has s?v
Success And Stay ThereBy recent cold weather. Of thtfl.OOO' weevils under 'oftsemj'

in the -cage, 490 entered hibernation land[ is studying their gikerpt'

,traps and were "prepared for habits, during' the winter"inTi

( ,Spud Jobason.) a faithful servant when itils/ good? .. the vlnter. Of thls ..number, 222. 'lion, he devised six spe< ml (n .
Aide bits the road in almost ; There h. 'a habit of success in were found alive each having several: Hlbertal I

any stnV. and yo i,'\wlif.see' farms I farminAl( ail well an iu other occupations ... Of the 510 .tnUs. which did ,traps.' One thousand wciviii

add farm homes that tell vivid I I and a )habit of failure. >S ', 1 .! not make, any.. efforts.toMbemfcte, ''introduced Into each <'agefirst
storios wltbpjit.yon ever\ bavlng. to I Everybody<:: ," almost sure to ex-. was opened this
farina ''Verlence/ notrtd Ituf.a D. Hart, Misses Hilda Durden, week '
failures. few ber'
Interviewne owners. Some 'I 'one will opened each
seem to spenk right out nnd'say"any ]failures do not make a person a. 'Ij Wilma Alexander, May Jones, Natalie : ''the next five weeks. west

owner IF ,",kina/ success of failure. In Cacti I I many failure, Marclohny! a'nd.M.'C. Sween y., The 'survival of the weevltl'
j DeWItt and eon, "W. T: Jr.,; !
.,. lie mlniih'i ptI pig well fund/ I.1 hive been thq very making of some Mrs. |such large numbers Is| autlon Inc
Iii't1lrn, repay film for Ids' extra 'successful peoplej Farmers should of Jacksonville: 'were the "guests'of that farmers ran

trouble." Vlijlejiyier.farmuBctun, I'[laett" the habit i iof success, and Mrs. DeWta'a cousin. Mrs />'. A.Mcppn'alA.'last !heaVy Infestation this year expert l'Mnl
and Sun
to nay in eifiMlly laln' language lining 'their failures ftuundatlons / Saturday : Grossman. This fact, i

that' their owner*W1 dpeI A\ors are'/ on which to build suc 'day.The: Young L'adiesl'Sewing'Clubwas ) ,er with .the late! killing frost

having a hard "1riiKtU, > to make cess. (" ( t J ,fall leads specialist to ware
egda meet, thiS'old.pUc/ 1s'runhin/r/ I {,)Mlle new yea gets underlay/1 [}; "ST"I',' -'5> Na'QvEFN entertained at the home Thurs-of merar that they can expect 11

WTVO.. and It looks like 'there Is Florida farmers should give :,- .? ;" ., ;, .( $#&SsM? MIKS: Wllma.Alexander. last :number of weevils, and'preparation nth
due tobe a change. thought to, the little things and -- day 'afternoon. A verypleasant to poison then

Tats same.UiInK Ju true,. perhapson / the big ,thing4 conuoRtad :with their evening was enjoyed by aU. year.

smaller scale.'Jn other walks farmVfc operations, and( take heed ,, i Mrs. P. B. Hunt has recently : _
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ot life. Stand on u street corner that they may get Into the habit ot H/DE'RSa .i..1, been 'a visitor' td Lake Geneva. She' Through better fertilization!
and watch and passing taoloniinu of 'success. :This means p. 'careful .Af' rYrLc .s"'Ywo, o _SvNW oQSN/PERS. IN 8J7rH/NQ. was' the guest of per sister Mrs. cultivation, farmers la Jaij'

and Watch 'the passing throng. Certain study of past experiences and prac- H. M. Faver while there. county have been able to ;pre:
Bjr JOIN LODWICK. 1 I True homage was paid) the. man on accepted the defy. ,
will wlioHe1 tll-ell and .of Miss Free Wynn and Mrs.L.. J. high as' 70 bushels of
people pans very thoughtifiil planning December lath when a yenr's cycle of "In that seventeen years and three as pea
Lew B. Brown Galneevllle
bearing stamps them as. successful, future operations.I I I.publisher Seventeen and years editor ego,of the St. Pewrs-t 363 days had been rounded out In months our offer has stood, the In- Wynn Wereshopping In ( 'j. *-, 'per acre for.\" their entire crop !
I others ,will tie whose rWeiitly talked with farmer shone has been on an last SattzrdAy.t average for the county (Ut b
white I! .lie ell a I burg (Florida) Evening Independent; ; which the aun on every day dependent given away I |
expression: Indicates that they have from Georgia. lie had been farm- issued a challenge to the world that I, the St. Petersburg Evening Independent average of five and a quarter,, times. Misa Ada NImmo was a 'busli'neHS : 'els. .
obstacles IHK JrZ6 thy was' published. tt.nnuallynd I continue to maintain visitor to Starke last Friday.
not ,, conquered Jjfq'8 years cultivating pee not been.accep rd u that periodof
qt1t( 'so'aeli. n same land.J He lifts! lived ;througbtbex tlcriel; I On that occasion thousands of that, there la no other city .In .Amer ,' Mrs. J: P." Sullivan returned to
citizens arid tourist, members of the ica-no other city' on' the contlnenl attar'a
Mishit hiibltMany, moor"pei fat and the lean years*. AndIn In hie d fYI... declared that his "' heir home here last Sunday '
"Sunworshlpper Club, gathered In or in the world, the size of ours that I
blamed bad hab- those except lie city at. Petersburg enjoys visit with her iliaD, Cleveland
soital ills are on al] years taro adopted' ft front of his newspaper plant and paid can show e> similar record :
llBL jlliit ,did It ever occur to' you ban ft ado money rom his farming more Hy .rf sunshine than'any V lasting tribute to the man. who "There la no other resort In the Sullivan. I StrawberryI Planh\\'
titan habit, which I"I the master Operations. lie has devel6pedth "other,c)*> In the world- -and he has backed.his faith in the growing Flor- world where a vacationist caq play> Mrs. iD. H. Lotllrt -,and mother, I

wliMi. it is lad, 'maybe inide into habit of. success. :' 1 jBREEDING.SUGGESTIONS, f coutlir l to back the tip entire, bid circulation challenge ida West Coast City with his money. golf every day, In-the year, where) be I Mrs.. G. V. .Knight were' shopping I.
by ttvlng away :
Gigs were; presented to him gifts can fish and bathe where he can engage 1 In Starke this week.
of hu on day '
evening newspaper ant that he will-treasure throxxrl the remainder in any form of outdoor sport Mrs. Ed. Prevatt and Mrs. C. ,L.
the gun baa folledr to, f liUieAup beloved {city .- -- of his life, bne of them, a and in the sunshine such aa our. St. May' were shopping' in Gainesvillelast' : I
: ) { parchment on which: wa enacrolled Petersburg enjoys' afternoon. I Il ndyke',' Excelsior lb!
: 'in the 17 years and three months, words of appreciation from high public "True, my' challenge has cost: me' : Friday I
POULTRY RAISERS Brown h,4 'maintained bla free offer, 1 Mr. Elred Duncan of Lake BiU- Ii and all
pFOE ; officials: considerable money but believe i me i sionary leading n|
'he Sad been called upon only 80 times "For more than seventeen years, |my when I, Bay, that every nickel I ever leh, was transacting business here I I
,4to /lake dDueingthaj. newspaper ,has challenged the worldto contributed has resulted in a greater this week.Ilambton'basketball. : rleMes Prices right ft]

i OU'TLINED'BYM'EHRHOF span,of time the fa- produce a city, the'sins'' of ours, good(for the" Wty X,, love. -and-,for my :team' played quality. 'Plants free froma._ :|
moue challenge hoe attracted worldwide that enjoys aa many days of sunshine newspaper. Lawtey team here Saturday at 3
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attention to the Sunshine City: -a* does St. Petersburg," said the edl- I "We have successfully informed the m. Thescores, were l.S tolO I diseases and we guarant
Gainesville of Florida. I l_tor publisher "and at yet no city hue world_of_our.Incomparable.!unahln& ., p. tearrt. Both' .
Fla., Jan should,,bp\ ,large and mature -_. 1 -- .. In favor of Hampton sate arrival 6f all stock.
tjia winter seasorf most' -"DUrlng\\ sides played well and deserve. a' I
'3. 'St are } II
o.ng haracterlstlc
-,or byHrapnet rec- CARE OF SEED BED I
of credit.
p uttry raisins art ( eHsentjal' as;it deans better fertility )rda.1. \ lot Mrs. Hart Misses Hilda .Se'nd for price list today|
anon Mr. ana ,
the .breeding which Is a\id\ 1 tclul.tmt1-11nd' less 7. .Mal f birds/ !should i.bo ex- IS ITEM Durden and Miss Natalie Marclonny IT'S FIIEK

t4 begin," says n tf.: Mehrflof.extfn 'mortality in chicks. ., mind for longevity, constltiillonvlfepVAani IMPORTANT atte'nded the' basketball gameat I and worth Its weight In gal<|

onjponl.tryinap fJr'l1e Florida 4, .Birds, \\wtth.'xjiihjslcti; !:>4and- defects asVouJEned Starke last Saturday evening. I
Jlg) of Agrlciiltiirei Some of ? IN TRUCK FARMING The W 1tr.;, of, the First Il.l.
breed defects should not''.t peiMloweed :: blrds-cariful-.
:'_. .. : : at>ove. Handle- Methodist church of Hampton met I
.pertinent factors In selection '. J.A.BAUERJudsonia
In the breeding pen Throw l ly. I. at the Methodist!: church1 last Monday 1 ,

nt Mehrhof, Breeders as fallows are outlined: by Mr.I,out birds that have crooked back, In discussing the factors of/mat- 1 Weber Gives -1'olntors in Selecting 1 .......................... .' A very Interesting proflramwas. I Ark.yLockBox .

1 Careful handling of all birds'I:split or slipped wing, wryor squirrel Ing and breeding 'Mr. Mehrhof <\uS for Plant lied HAMPTON rendered, Hev. Clarke pastor < 38BuickBeaiity
states that the birds 'should ;,1e- .. and'at'Waldo' I
is desirable that detect tall comb color detects. i And Young Plants, ot'the'church herr !
we can
pr '' Mian Ada Nlmmo, 'Cor. iI
mated two or three' weeks before '
qUa)( ljl at. we do tot; C. Consider the of the I ....- and ante, were In attendance from /
any tlqa ) want quality
to produce In )the, oiTi/ 'ring.i, To!I eggs;/ 'ad well as' th'e' number. Use the eggs eggs should, are to not be be saved suVed', and more'that; Oaln s I 8fla( ), ran.-Ong. of :ON Hampton..N..Jan.20.......-NN kaijt.Satur-.N: Waldo. The attendance was very I

select breeders, the birds' should only 'those hens that the ilrst in good. I
product eggs than two weeks before Incubating. requisites successful) Miss Jessie Mead -- .. "' 'r ,1W'. -r..
be handled :At (different .,aflous!of Urge Bz'e( proper shape, and e !Vegetable growing id a good seed day entertained '

of the yean' >I' > .true color. | Sixty-'three horns: grounds and bet 'Ieithe' experience of Florida 'at- her home'With a lawn 1-'
2 III picking' breeders give :I''' 0. If a bird has passed the tour public grounds-were .beautl11 party from eight to eleven; In'hen-

Jir for''nclI td 'thp, older ,,Ittrds'If,:(above test, she is ready for the tJ In.. Buy county last year thru farmers' who make.a' specialty ot or' "of her Sunday School class No' --4

other things are equal. It pullets last, namely high! egg production. the efforts1' ot County,Agent R. ;'It,, this buslut'HS.' pr. 0. }1'., Weber, two, oC; thd first Baptist church' of '*

are tmtl lif the breeding 'ien'they: _:,ThU. nmr'be; JL\4gt\d.by; 'external Whltttngton. associate plant pathologist .at, )tlieFl9rda Hampton.. It was a very delightful -
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Experiment Station, has
Ji.( Historic Hom;- TJ}c /War.quis Teriidnt l Mansion prepared| ''th&' following suggestion were was'served played abundantly'and cake at'and the-con-punch' ;

for;the 'ctire'bf theeeeitbed : I Buick *
cfusion. -> r T Luxury *
In selecting the site for the seedbe'd -
it Is 'tlejlrablet! ta 'secure protection 1 C. A. Blrt andfamily: were visitors -

from cold us much as pea:I td Louise llilltSulld'ay..' f '
ftider'jT.: P.r Iraner"delivered 'Vwb.vVyrnterestinB i
..Hlbe.) A southern exposure U Buick Performance
usually "bes't': It' \( necesll! ry' 'to ,,. .; tlerm ns' at tha

'select a soil thaCla'ffee'-frbni'neraH: d I 'Christian church -}al tigiindaYI'Tbe''subJect' _

ai gtottes'or"other leth ':' .. "soil'infestlirg. orgflt'a'toL'bf vree'! 'was/used[ 1"\Vo9'at the Iie morning-' {iU-nf"') ser-'
1 TiI' BbI'1'uMrtllMr' t4rat Iltfx"I .'Jreafc \er.\0 The11' isTibj ct- '( ..Cased Jigl i9i
[ tire -V; ntn'g' s'brVlce '
: ffe> tlllty. AI' Bmltll amount>, at 'Was' ) "The .
of' rfernifzeY-'inay' bet ap))4t.U Vwd (Church." Elder Ilabet t'h hJsaM .

I weeks before planting! so tnat'-1' ,, !Imanner services very iT .
(t fQ ,
xInteresting'land'they' \were' 'tin- ;\. bj J ,
I ,Cyril\ notbetteeessarFto-aptly u aJjJb a.Bi4(l I .H at pee Jojf/, /
a I wild 1 4 Jhtl'1'a'oU'' 'IlregroiJie 1'flIhe /eyed by"a lavgefaudlen'ce''ot"' ilgelr> { ; cIqjtd .aJ

T 1 t y a r '7+ R ngoGi K ';t x \I''66dj: he'9oi1'4\ hohld"be Welt'dl'atDJ- tJst hetli.H 'c's "' II' ) '..v as $1195, f. 'o. b. factory. You can buy it on
Mrs. J. V. Jones wimentertain!
ed ty.;: ,BUrfwatering'It 'Wbest'to1 hkve tk'ellitiee'tloee'the''plAiltti'' the W M. U. next Wednesday af- : the liberal G. M. A. C. plan-with: a. moderate I ti

In rows so the soil may be at IK:rod< terdon'Iti'avhileer':'! \ fd'Iftw&'i': pJ au., ? Wrl-p ym nt'rwltilb' 'lf) Ifuk H'ciir f of by
around them 'with- least -loterferehbe with;V J'Hver'' tmi"_.. All nirfmlwrri._ j i
:: '. -K [ us .>ji'-i >'i1, t Jarei invited. -;y.vutsentCarlntrau.c.J+ \ ; r? i "IfitrJitc; ) i s' ) .( JjIfftieSeipricy .

steflilsiatrort'tHll\ not: be, riec-. I f-MH(: | ( h ijE). Chesser 'Jji v9 la'
e > es!iary If Well la 'free 'from Enema: frlAt* iaijajul' ;:relatives ini; p'k! (u1 I i : trtearfrna5iiti&fthfBaltic! ;; a'rid'itfBwck'' '' ,IF

todes or other- 5oii'lpfestigk org.;: I "Jb'thii'week.l ( | i you get real beauty-real comfort-real pets ''
an Isms. It they are knowq to be _hoB from inimptorited w ""

; . j soil. Ask the Sunday a1'l\"onsw.l'el Mrs. C. E.
county agent' aboipt'this.
1 ; ; .l ing from Buick's.unrivaled production in th equality
On the west bank ot the Mississippi For almost tl* ecneratlona, th...- Disinfection-oC-seed will al- Harper., Mrs. j S In ,O') .. olnlS'I'jU.r ,"
giver, in Point Coupee Parish Loutst tlme-nonored f homestead baar upheld i ways"'pay; -TlUs/JltLle precaution "V B.-Aleva'uder.: Air. and Mrs.:( It., fie'ld. g) *'t' n '/ IJ\

-net far back In a magntncent! groveosktarts'ands the trncJltloBS of. Louisiana,JiospitalItjr. ''rri*Jy, saver mucn'troiil Up i (orroslya ., itf removing' the planti renders Wyrr/ ( tar rx L rL ,L i
cte tod.yrthetetetely; : During the Civil War. Oeneral snbllmnte, I'totl.OOO' Cotnd inUjfeeiJpuicfc it et
J' them' subject 'attack from compare w@lo
Banffth : ) to'
Auf-ttrnntltntolf ) sfl
) preaoivcd (i- Of the Union Army, on bis way :
Colonial uanalon. oullf for his bride up the Mlnalaslppt Biver, made It his Cultivation the :plants shoujdbegin tunkl. nit' the Jnjnrbd places. '' rSimon cars< of similar price- 'ehtld'the facts decide j
4y the Marquu Ternant atraut 1788. headquarters. OeneraJ Dick Taylor as soon as they are up.and r rI
a Till i beaXUUul) borne 1.I.n *zceptlonMly -| also stopped here: Alter''the war. the 'should be continued until they are you to buy Buick.

fine example of faithful Co-' late Chief Justice I I White of the But removed. PorWctloe. trout tlla mm I I 'r t 1NTEtt'Sr .(' .' :''
l>nUl design canted out In >quaint preme Court ot the United States, M should provided until, the : SBb''A i V9 to Si9'9 v 'cdupkst 01'i9to $18'0

end pleasing meaner. By expert a young man spent much Of bis time plants"hitve +1iched ft ,Rood growing ,1. '_ r ,. ., 10..,' ,'. 11:0 I I'f( r ,''I', \\SP R.TMOpEI.$ $1UU to.\2'1 '
touches, such aa the four dormers. t
IwCl,OD'each aide the designer cto- s > a1'I't14j The on the house broad U 'now'portico' occupied'studying'by'law'the condition. A, cover tnade of Pure Citrus 111..0.All ftricft: f. ... .b..f'J/.... Mlclo.. ....ernmtne t. to t.. a9JeA.i1I .
oanvad" or-Blmtlar ;Ip"trlat" : 8ho I MA. J fn.ncfalrplanxaMro s4cN b'1'Iia biflIJ
fed a moa attractive and distinctive Pnrlaose: mn,., direct' descendaat 1.d, aad I s
."At [ ,; : ,of the Marquis' daughter. ,.'be provided at all times for pro. 1 1I
th4 tlmerott fti'erection there,, tec'tldn from front, during; the win. 'Gem Farm ; )
historic I.
This mansion constructed : Crop '
ror4'mlriptiteS8loQally trained archt- te1> !1od. I" I'. i .
throughout of Louisiana Red Of- v r i I 'B'U"I IC'K.JJ
keen in America. Some of the colon. > i f' i > !: ) ,
*' 'Severe\ types ot .Irrigation
press cut from the swamp on taeplace. ;- may
su bad. however knowl.
) acquired a The raltera and heavy Um4 I bVuued.Tha'mostlsatltfactoiiy ;1$ FERTILIZERS '

;1Lndi'idg* of com the wucu basic u.principle Buch of was design the !bets: wele hewn td ahapq! and put retbec. *-', l ub-IMllgationt I :Tiles stet! placed, ,,. ; ,, ; ;. 4' 4, 'i
Jurquli *tetpqnSThe.hheetatelstmple. '( rltri wooden pegs The la. I Ii I below tho-surf ace of the soil and i I REGISTER MOTOR GO. F
i tenor was finished with bandcarredBed t, '
tits:/the'proortlona'good. map actf either as an irrigation ( Art
It U refined and dial I } 1 Cypress moldings and antique dralnagd system. ?,The next best [ ) .J r STARKER FLORIhA : ; [
panel-work, which still the j jpharactertst ,
| >ngulahed looking a tribute to the 1ItL I ; I 'graadeu' preserve i theigh. l' method ta' surface irrigation. Here ,'!'Iun'1 1USD AND ,CROP

taate and Judgment. ot the builder teenth', tea t1Jrt. ,toot' thewatei* Is:'released on; th,' slur, :TE,4TED". ; \ t H fft .. ;, )I t ,. '
tar' CttthrVb >r 1t xa'bb nth ltieett\many. The bourn la an excellent exampleVOf fnc
tn Louisiana shortly before the French l I the'svrt' ).tiintHrbull Revolution. I cool, refreshing retreat dining ho);, tlf Cq\qD o dour and p.!1 tbe ep.dur\nf, \ ,sprinkler. I ledged: Standard'6y''-wtiteh ;
The house woe designed with a weather, all these are euggeatwe. oJ, quail .'or LouiMaoa R J'CJpresa. iI 'The'plahtd should:;:be prayed '_browers, of '.Flottdat: have Are they strong, alert and vigorous; or weak,

',new to"meeting, inch cllmatlo andtW1t the One old mansion of the nt*: I Today' l'1/tettur.l..ra/ | r UaOiig pro-}, ;oi' 'duated'o'nee"t> tweek tQrprote Judged( ,. all" ,fertUlxers ,.;j&r cross and inactive? If the la tter, very rely they .
{bulldln&db> |' art irewifo; fn life llurf (-'aMtlJ4/-ta> ttQejapd trell*I lessloru. Men highly trained in theUcMJqU them trim dl.e&eell. For this purpone nearly forty 'years'j ." '' are suffering with intestinal worms, and needewormfexpelllf
,e tatae 5Pf5j e Q f If W-MtxlabJ fcdai-o i. 'OwleOJ "pVxjUcal I '
> wort} the rtOl poA to that 1 Of N\dllbt
I Usd 2-3-60 Bordeaux ,or 8pio all for'whAt! ,.
3 The falAj iJaaement 4 p ad.bAve! flowering.vice*. 'will M, found almOllC'.vel'JW'he. "plvlnR! we: can; : L
'gr'O j L r: u cusv'l> n.an thl low a.d like wise,lei yl toMfhaa\ of t!>rllllai|[ ...). Most or our larger flair : eopiKff-tlm dust Wben they we get lnstead'or' getting air. lVJj :ES e3 VE F GE c
01il11lry .;.,1d'hbi lt dof\1.rhNIC1htJI m'J IJt:4'I{<1-sreeJ. and more beuUful home. and other), are ready to be removed, the plants we'can for w aWO, ivOt 't! -
w desirable to set a>,hogeegq.pt bifh ..opLQr bemn-; .tnntuns)' wf/rfJ'proteastonaUy '.cS_ 'should'b taken.out carefully. Do .1'f't' thopolicy, ,6f, _. '' CoTrte with a !O! "' "recorA of
foundation l\\.11'LV.1 .1 T.1 -batur 1 beauty of the on t .tgned'aeld'tilt, rcbtt ct.U becoming not u'1l'tbimrout.. Insert a,, fork are ,.
g rt delicate column and lace) grove surrounding the bouao ta eihacced .. more ot a factor fa the faMl homed ,underneath.and lift tp'.sThls sayea .'.' THE .E_.O:""P. INTER.I.I. i success. Cgw doses sufficient.
bsu-uatrade. the man,-paneil windows, by the Spanish moesi whlcftrowe I field eJabOJTnli tsndencytla'teflecting''! the root system and enables the r 8ot"Hn (\U. 'tot 3"\\\1\\,0
the generous, bcwpltable poich. which in profusion and hang fro:.1 Itself In a ecnjt&nt Improvement lqdwo..nd kFERTIUZERCOa Ito'I i JoiJBy Corpenin'
_'_oweCllwb...**,a, 1M INaaeIM and..tops oUha hart.; aomtrtrctlaa- plant tcj'rftart growlnrmore. qulckly I i4: "'LL ?f11AtO 1 1 ; Drag. Store
"' rC' "'wbehl! n li tiani jlanted.j>> ,Care. : ..l..I..Ll.- ') n
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: UvInK and tf they or any of them I fur pale and ecll for oisk on Juneannd' ,MiOTKIIII :ftOTIflt OF MAMi the oqtUvrM tHRRIlI
? flag' fLeet Sugar. Gift to.Pi t/z1 :: du4e re rt* rt, thou' helm, de'rlee. Kanarhllti ItevoH-fnp; Huskot or i 1. II ri'it4gs > tif said 'P'ui4'4jilL
rant;.*; or i,1hi clalniantfl. be, Tub Ferris Wheel for the mount thatt"uua.3' tnnd mid ImniUraUoita Co
I rouifh i.l t tJM>ar)k i either of iln.H.. 1.. Kile, the ptoyrlvtor ot froy; uotlte, l ? liatty, corporation itti, rfnltrtowfli
them. aiul-f c 6.1) and kv;ry party said roun<1s. for Htoraire or rent. In nnd bv vlrtuV of thai --rinln Final atid It
jnd parties. iMreiin. firm and cor- the fcum of One hundred Thirty-two I>.'L-reo of foreclosure tia.4. bsK tb so : 'l'1 '" the Court ando

ratio,) having or claiming any In- ( KKtZ.OO t>ollar*; an.l also another Judgn of tho Twenty-8Uttl Jfirtlcral ttl f0uOt dm-ldinir, H Ie there-
( gliNt In the fullowliiK, ttnsarlbvdL Claim -whichIn a lientipnn said Circuit, In SIMI for Bi-uilttird Cuunty, upon; J...
ad sltunte. lying; and being; In thu uriipvrty In the sum of. One Hundrvj Florida, on the 2nd dfl" 'of .Tan- OUDEnKD ,.
Ton of Starki', County of Bradford, thirty-throe nnd 85-100 ($883.- uui-js 4HE8. In fvnof diiii,, C. White Th Florida Tlmt ih, InSESratlUh
State of Florid and psrtlouliirly lifi) ilollam. due At. 1,.. Wattamon and ugalMPt victor ,'. Ilnmti'eiqitiiittl Comnany. Land atitI bTiSd I
dvHorlbed an followti. to-wlt: I.OIHOlid and for sUch other clulinn a* staIluicre ) AKIIOK W. tJwinhrocht his wfp 8erelsy i iulrd a "orporallnn.( It th"nlioVe
Li ) und Tbrve (9) In Block Keren on ttio Mid nersonal property .Icfondant. Th 'urirt pnliHii'rt, tin lianii-d ('.. to apnoBPln
(7), an por plat or map of the hfl-oinlu-foro described vto the) flatef tpculnl Mutvr. will .irj-r for .nln ii, rtth day of February Ort. on tgT'lfSi.
trust I dr th Ocnirt > A. .
Town of Sfarko, Florida. ,'i'I HOIIBU In the rulr
StiirkcFKirtdu, duHiiK tinIrKal same being the itl ,
The said Jones and
Relvlnic -
'* 41U'LCThN&1; BnnkRt or Tub Ferris Wheel humtA V 'eCIC on *liUay. Felt nth, uiiry, l-jjd. and him and ihirVTSSftuid I
Vim and h of you are. hereby so to be wold I* the property. of Hal 1926! tn the HlgrhetBnd liONt lilddiM- hv th. stilt InntHutml flIrt) Inst ,
( rimimnndvil to be and apnenlr. opfpri lliran Johnson fur oJml th* futiuwiuif lUkcrlbudjronirfy itrorn Holier ireIle,'. Icing, a
the f of tiLl and to
U.. lomi4. us' the 11th da.yu' .H'eb- O. 1927. >rd County, Florida tovwlt: I 'itiiI'ti elqds from the I It It' itt the
nmiT, HwS, TO armwrr'n blll'or com w. j. BprBi ov. The Southw.'Ht guitrter rtf the > onlDlNlnnni) In and to the follow-
plaint. exhlMtea jtamlnse you In this Sheriff of Br dF VU CBunty, NorthcaHl .guartor oSoot Ion 4, IIIK deHcrfhed lands situate In Hrad-
(.\>urL( by K. U. Utiyoon, a free Lsalr I Flnrlda.I. 'l''wnelIp.! iL Ri>ttth. 4u> tO M Btt t.niiliiliiliiir Cord County. Klortda.., to-JI '
In which th.' volfor xonght hgtalOHt 81. .. KII.K I, I 40 acre than, or i'Ka. l'.ol'* N'cflfl f7J nOd 'IIIt1It (6 i,
yon, ta t>o ,|riInt till In the ChitS S. M. 1.. WATTISI1SONt.IenO.ia. J1'Jo tu. PtlASBH ?MI-U\"8i' LtuL 'roti ([0), 1tleven ,
).'. llaylioii. In niul to th.' itntV! tt )ovlf.rrlhi I Special Mawtur. I I'We1 ,' flit. 'I'hirteeen 13)) "
d, and i I In dr-ritult( I of such ap- z.K H. jLTi?U0l4lkAy .: 1C. M. JOHNS., and KourtfMii ( U> Block "C"; ail of ut utt'l
p..nra-lH'.e the said bill of complaint Hhirki. I I. M. P. H. I. J, K anfc
AMrtrri#y fur U. 1... KH mhAr.!. 'L.t :. Sniiviinr for Complainant to iy-'B"' Sti"h-division I.W
will' *u alien tu royoi at urHnn. '- tl,' to
: ( and cKi-h of you;. ___ -.av 1-I 6)__ M8i4t4 o f *. *Jordlnic to plat TuVroof I :

It 1 Is furtHxr oroorod that this or, >niiu.op AKiivrri,] uvi'tiil.li IItII.it i-'oit ri lilI'Ifl Also .VorfhwcKt Quarter (NWV4 {
\ of
il.tr I5 p4ibllHh l In tho Bradford. I I CATIONi aouthmiwt guarter (HBJV) of
I ("ouhty Tetegrniih) a now pattern foutliwem WUHI-II.!' ( HW ) ? Soctlon -
_ 'II .
pbttkbOd SiiiVkB, Ui-Hdford Colin i t -I v Tn Clrvdlt Ooiif lift i 'iullolnl Township Six
', ,x ; ty, Florida once each, \vrek for four i To Jullun Sandvfur; qretlnR) :. of Florida, In nnil for Bradford f*>. South Ttanite TW'ttty-tw0 ((221
veefca., prior to the cold lltil day 'ofveDrUarV Tour nro henthy commanded tbbeami I'"unv. I In I'hnnrt-ry. IlIsat; and
J T-- --< ; 1028. T1I ,' ftprumr h.'fore the Clroult fr! I VVtiivem 'im ftanonabla A Z. AilRtrtB. Jlritarotd County Wlnlo ofi Klnf-i & tlSHnmrf t./' (i W rWlU 'e.V f Itfr'4W4 L Meutluti! Tenty
Jtfdrj of'nira Court Vn.t the UlaIti Chancery at the doiirt llquae.nf Complainants.a 'flh4i (18). TownshIp Six (U) Month, (
''seat of info court-, thin the Jlh day Htiirki'i pl0rij I (( ort hit Slit liny'oft'VUnuriry Itaom Twonty-twii <22) JI1uict. di.! -
I of, J.Puaf A 3. 102$. 1138. their afiil there koaiiNvrr > A. M. Kay full Mary I. Huy, ot .ie crlbed aH follownuKlniUnK m
j 1 a. w. to 11 hill of complaint for .mil'I I I I I 1).ferelaate. I ll))1e''iiljyorWjAvjint, : of I ih.i
.; i '' i' I M I .frlarlc OlruultStSlA t'eurt, Alimony nnA lllvoiv tiled airln 'orcclumi r. <>r Morlanuv neil other t gnarter (S\Vi.I ) of Nol I 0-

., $ i.& (. !.,).-< Bradford CountyiT. b'1o8'LdJi. you !liy Mll.Iri'd. C'. HHnd.'f !ifl.. ; i IIt i iin tili.., West Ottartwr iWVUl' tmi." ....
7oPPiNQ \ U PUAXHE. tI.I't 1'I'I'ItII'l'! ,-Ci I Ililil IIIP IV- .NAMK t K TUB 8TATJO OK I h"tic., (last + lvti "HumYred" Eight
SolloHor4 far Complainant. I IBy I tlc<> ho |ii'ihIluIl'd in thn liruiUurd ii.*. ji t 'i > s 'U, $
's i.135t.1OO1'IV'8 I'IUUItI!. 'l't'lesl'Oph. It I II I lunliiK IM-IIII mniln In al'p"ar hyntlliliixtt ijr.'ii fflrfhlfy (JTTO) Feet; thencev'"t.
: oi'iv pUl)11Kl3t'Ib In Stnrkn. Klnrldii forO4i' fTlrd In Ihr hove xtylt>dIUIM Flvo lliin.irml I Might (Mil) fe.t. ti
8.th4o; ''t'SOI.1Eit'VO'W( % ei.k8. ,rlV tr to hail tlitl. lie- '' *' that tbt* to I Iutr lit g floftMldiLlllHnun. thv (4ii-tion line; thence North Tw ,.
!' T I IC winnlPK ivltli, the! 6th ilur 0t> JftrtT"f&'ne ( .M| In the hill at iM'aii'lal't l In ,Hundred Highly ( *80) feet to Hi,. t'l
r \.
i.iCio nnUI vntiNO nti ;Hfh. nun- >Hhl.'ntM of plitt'u itlf l.uIiiiting! l > am above d<--
1 '1 I j I am't nrnWM htl's'Ij4i k'lrirfl'J (104 SlM.tiOairf' '

the pu'tv.ftij'ceped( -In ,ron thai $tir5I)III t1I'b'lorhlW, I kI*$ tt1 13143(1 of.Lnuary I t II. I'XoH, n lea known HH N. M. IT IS Ft'ltTllBH 0111 )l'ltEfl,, Thru ; : i ii
Tkmrrt. of l'ulIkt( Tnotruvtlun( uf. wud- 194. 'iKtl-H., (Ullil wIfe l.Otlln M. I'jHtOH.aih thin ordor hn pulillnliad once i seqh
ford! county, Florida hn-rchy Vmllwaniriuoe'a ALV1iS5A08.1st ; .n ti' L)5'0eiL Ii. tIi.$ cltuo1 ) J 1' thim QCt1aJ01tOIrtl Vorth fnrollna: M. (I. llla) kw>lll and In u nuwMpiipxr iiuhllnhed in Brad i '
In Vanderlillt. llcllbronn( and L.iI %\ 1r llfiilnh ) Mlurkwi-ll each xe340t9r11 ,- ford County, Irlor lii,,. 1
1ouc'/48iir I-tlalng iipeelal tax rhnol illxtrloifM,' $tflC Muitatrihii o<. Wialv ?f jtv'Nifi AND'OUDRRKD.) AT CHAMX7tl -
,&I.E 4ycwT8if to* ;determtne whwllrav of npt-.they I ,%O4'IjIi t (1.'lirMI,%; Kitwnril lllnlla and wlrtVIMV ( > 'diiynotlulec5niberril this ""' ,'r k
shall consolldato.toelevt, throw trjis- lt*>wltIllilllil.. nai'h l-UMlilw ntNoilh > .,
.fvn nnd HHBI the hilllnwe fdH MtlaTen In Circuit Court. Twi>ntyiSIfh 1'ort, I.itiiH: iHliiiuJ, of Hlatof A. Z.
BelFolirfche irrigation block will aiitlllzid. 0tflIJidZtei.tittlQt. ,JfjI C119U14 be .7 lid IclitI CircuitUradforil County, f Nrt(- Yiirk : Kilwaril iliel Ia. I rile4.'i' l-B.5t-8-J ADKINS.
Partner 4n the 'tlutrlefwllreallz ollili<.ted.. |.'li>rl>lu. 4i> Vlmruory. ,I' .of N : thore than TOO.OOO IrODV the! For the tiiirt>otie- of ''hnl.rtng i 'eald A. K. Ci\rnntKn und, litUCnrantsas, .r.Sl.t) *! ot.KW. YiivL' niinnrir'lt, .. I-', ,i. - i i .
a.N *l ctlonln: Hellbronn (W( trU-ti, IJ, IKIruon 1 t'i8flipIilInailtC. Hrnwii, < ii Ic'pp.) Cavaffiiaro, Jnme* NOTICM
hOeS In addltfoft. she' fa tdit '
erop. Drew Ueddlah. Oiul V C. .1. -ini.lv.| I 11 I n n null llliilla I I'M waulI' i
.vI11 i8tr1but (700.000 mo te 4n wogeitertalu. CIcmoiiH are appolntod ,managers. ,f8It'. Kt'1tld..8. ei ill. I'hIll lit.,'II an.I wife I Idit O. I'C Iiili| -

to nIatt labor l4irrheae- ni ma. Vor '.tin?' iiurpone of holding nId > i tlafvndUlltiW J( \ \ li.Jrt'rt.tl bull C. M. Pink hii ft. I Henry Krlort- In the Clrrnft Court
4Ierl4 It. 1(1. .1.1,1- Sell 4Ikt 'l'I4ln, ,' CSa 'lunnVnUrr H.VUuin 6 OIl wit of the Tnron-
d4u4/NO .lcclon ln.l4ItIItIIz IVlxtu
: IN EE '" 'N TOV l'KKNliAJTS'! 'ANll'l Ulirild1.IVilii'Ont UhlT rt llacnfarK. ; JudlNwl irimirt. ln '
'' {ni>, Fl. 'K .f.BWIw, and VTi 1'. Orohby'ifa ,',% Coy' Chaq'vji'iinr
TH black Rills be tcoVerfc' sugar. p1.nl nppnlntud .. 1' l I I OIlDKll Neal Farnham tutu vlfc Lint C. ce'ryl Florid fnT
naIsgcrp ( ,
E FOURCHB.-SO. Dak.-PresiCooliHge -.'I ftftl* ftRde1"bias.' "It1 riremdetjiCoqlfdga eight aclrei $IIdJ) bo* a oapaelt] For tli. piirpoi of nomine paid j 'To James I'lnklun. Charlan F. l'ai'iihitii. iin.l, A. (I. Manning. True # 'I'', I ,

baa receive* S 1OG- rrset-ved the1 ''totf-pound'' oag of t1.0O0'Coh of besta5ef7 twenty clvctlon In Vanderbllt. I.. 1. Conner.KtrbV .tritf'n'l.> tnry J. Mitchell, 1MwlnH It.t*. t rr-Hldonco of ,ii-h nud nil i of fjimr.Complainant,
Jl.ufhcr whom nrw unknown, nnd thai I them
< IXPullpr'
Cr'ts and Bntn (iltcheadi are jitnplon, vs'th
bag1 of stagar' wnich. oost Itterra 'of''jagnrfor' "ht >kfclisAe'"pfer dhalJiWlttl8'listitnatetf fbuC hovlrs' :* It ''la otae xif tIle be l appoInted mivnairsr. OO.L ..Kiiiniiv K. fuller his .wife; I IH fi lt; would Inst http Equipped prant ''of It**'kind an tblUnttfrd Said elpeficm to be'helil' BaturJay Mar%' t>. .ninlns-: nrioaila m>nn \v'h.ir t..utbI., 'JillruI,3.0Oj lIly'. a ,, | and' Iminfitration
i 1,000'' or an average", ol'.pound irot* th'in3a''dar." -j: 'State' Feb. 11th 1828. ftlxkiollor hiiHliuiul ," Jiaolt Johns \\voul.l bliuT I th.k Hiild dpfimdaitlN i or t'ltu'tiOl ratlon' et ttl"'
: It 'wait> tteffetft of'the1 h icti fct" the \V. UTTjrt'if and Jlary. C A.. JptIrlIp ItI.,wlei; Huah ., ('I I her (if (hum, ami ''I(lull, achi i i>qmilil flrtii' ,of DtI(6lthullI OPrlh' ,, I
Opening I
'Wdr 5
et- "Opehlitg ot the ttew Mtt lugal T*. 'WI0i3rN4.I' Chairman C. lirown '((nIl M. W. Tlrowri he# dofendantH I nr<< lIe ill I Ii ivt .l to liov.r <> 'I' I..tti ? IuIIlciIo,
fClty- Live'' BtJoch fcxcHange' in'IliJrnnca ;cto bete th r0ka .Idaho Sjugar factor jr wiu hOvel :far-r ac*tug coo- Seo. an husband ; Mary C.'Hrown' and t4'broitl4rawn I tho ng.i of twmity-oufci y.iuru of Fuller, Jon her,,', I l'lckles I. I"itllpr. i'nhtiia' 10. It
'of fcls< vliift VI tii acp ebiiiphd% t homlo Dtleflw ID th Black EllIs district li*>iv .nukbiwdi N J. >i l4>neH.Hrvwu ai ,>, and tlml .nltin itt total diligent U1iti .M. Mary D, HIs-
2.ltlLlLIl l J'la Prown. hU fiMKjri'rt (induivlfiilry[ < I ItISlti$8 5i'orr Jar,.
tie.tminr. montes to which Senator Peter Nor- ,- mid W. B' Wattle of Bait Laklcity. -:1: sVIr"!.,tk.e l IV( .fi.ltdS tutu N! Hi HaWiiTiria I I ,-((4idino4nf' t'lu-h ot' Halt dwf onil, cWhi.e tIsiii' otlng J. 5t, 'tatuig ni,1 .,Iottn

Uga, ,wjb*cn .will* sweeten' the beck of South Dakota. etatej-pfiTcOilB .,vioB-praBtdeat.oT 2U. com-ldnfo r l l't.agsiiiaii.| AiiKU r 'i\VrJKlit ,. reNl$
uqaa menus was, the Cr t IQOfloaa. and delegations .from ,ccmmarcial r ore feugar Qoropany. "Sugar beets QdtDnlj 1 ('IrldI8 CoOIp.ln.and $ i*. cLiruurullun IE either, of ant taint wan uiutblo. to ttecoi'Iald I It ni.l ttrnntn'c oi the d8\rIsie Maul. legtoi.j
aot urad hee> by nizAtloiis. hr'oUghiuV' this {ate' r4l >W iWiet\w 4 fee l4roctrrd( C.ptntV,, l'Aiikda r11' ttH tilmitf nV." lVhi-( <(4' 'IS *xNtmui '. Hnnui. Fuller, I'mnuui 10, 1"ullor Luther I).
rth Pl case
T ', I par l v. ; ( > < c.IflL or Taloc ujt.e8sr0'rC' tll $*1tl It'dgIdILEIft flUd I ill;8latlbncOcthCn 11 I ii., therefore, nrdornd flint saul i JM5".IM.oki -
i.iub.(3oo Black nuir sugar ticipated. : r crop close tq Ms fprpit;ut give otrvployinent ,) ; (I '',1 : I .1 t- i- Itl&t.1 14) ,bIshurt1L1.jlrrr It" hi'lrs, ]ogtt.rOs 8r tbii'i.' t Imcenttepfp,$ knafr nasn. :vI .*ii.ilnT t t5 'livt
Met BukarJ acr.brj ''e W.rijn'ee.'Tax ,Irvil Wtl'eMeE,0) *il, fInd 'Aioli' ftf tiiutn. 1m. Itoh. .it4t Vail tig', A,
J.the-flrat The new] factorjwllfjmanfcfa'c1tlire' to farm laborers and mqJiljancs ? f'o1lt&ctor., } kPd,1te49't ;, '''

ocd.In. South pakota. The sack 25000.000- pounds o/.beet_sugar dui- | jUyUog { 'rd11al. dd2Mv.('.,.snE V1927.1 Proper ,t4)11'( 45t' 1\if'X18HeT11Itt 49, l1 $ prri..1us.flrnu! Wi..,,8rr, C Zt.lU)1115NN.ui8 1)11) 'i1III't( !. '!? plihliflrrilUa? wiYiy'dlAWn' sWIe.l i'iti or. 'ihW claiming! 'ld'r'w' : InterUls tfjul"L'"r', ) 'lrcIth.' having< '

Urchased for 11.000 T>y the'Bloua&ve tag ;tha-refining wason:'"More in ap' Uiaivalua: otiUHB( lacOj inorta rrftllc ttIne.4 ,lt'lir.'n0 1)6010, -*' strI''i'e' 'tiI CUIIHU tin or bef.iri* t bo SLit day *' tiny I In the fol"OWf'ttlM

Stock Exchange in a spirited 100,000 tans of sugar bets from 9.OqO q1i1 ; ; -pit1.itt.tiiti0lnogs', ; ,!J.T tlnkpal8n, *0gi.IMI4iMI nf Fcliruarv, A. t>. 1II2S, nt the otli'trusise.i Jlnttl f nr1 deecribujil nnii .Iniulfl.y. situate in
all ,.l A'pkTleU8IiIrCS I ,IJroil1rn.l.1'd0 |I- ,. MM.. that, II'O l1Serctstc4jli'tlioi'u 'L.u, "Wv iffil 5fnwIt, :
tn which the cities of the acres planted By local growers In U tI ncee |ght
!! N ov. i., IHZ7.- 1(401.94"Pol c'rtIli rIt l'Zt'ilM( ( Of iil.ulC (8)
r fi 7 r. k..> <-.T iff / s ( 7)t't'PN (Lii,
I I.v; nntt trnll'ctel. .. 1 .'Y( hind lylnxrHrHilfnril nnUl tI10nln, iiut TWeef't''L' tle.vIi)
14 ItOAKI I 1)IisrIct KTn. a.Overdraft Tallahassee Florida rAJ4t1ud6'wdA -I.w 4nlI, (4 io'.is 1928'J' l127.jk0 I _n>iiiityn 8tntkiutvvii a f )"lurIIii, "ourteen fI iS 1111)0k teen'C ((13), 51-uI
Doe. 1, 1927 ____-- 239.H niul [iMHfrtliotl ail tol lows. to- hy I tho nald dpfflndnntM. or Iflocks I). z'l. it. it. t. i *13 .tf
W02t.th'I1i1nTv4t each cit them who fall at 'K. an.I t.
-fl- | felpta during month 252. 1a saixirtdl wrdtor ( 3aI.tlTdsu- fII$1ItI if r f 'o-it In it i t i -/ i w j II"jjt to aI't''itr' In .v.jng'9| II1IIhVijiIon ,
r,4It'tl _.U _.Ji Haiti time I ittul plnce tho Hiimf boltiw to l the town
IWarrantn, NnrlhivMt (
rd met ift reguhlr during: month 173. ,th cor- of Hrarlin
; Overdraft Jan. 1, 1927 -- 15!). ul pr.ethordburtlh thd aume tuuieiwhdn foite3L d ) ,,Jpr11.1.5fl2S.:. $$ .I n BUlt I to furftnlone a inn rt gi(g,. aiitl AlHO NvrtllWiI'l.' acpordlng) to pint therofl

1928, .'with -al) fliwtt \ DUIrlpt Nn. S %e I.1 1(1% N ., tii.4I -lir0h.4 IstiL itpi'v' kietrigetj pdr'ti. I'unyliIttllp4iW.iM.Mitnvt ,lIl4i'JyantTh nfl' :,80UIhiJtti 'Qosi-ter iItt.s t,61N W 34)
the conrtiUleiiied pieftltloa of''theattornej WflbA. o.'rce.' lJ'l937.) iit.4'thlitrln'A n.l i'flOriifOaI 63? ) of
\verdraft t>ec. 1, 1927 684 Houth.wcst (,
-- -- luitt'trp
*. viz: //L, W. KloKllijjency Ki-ccli during month 1043. ; 6iieral'p fltScej r/or-.a'-r ft"ltiu't. ('OlIIfl84at ,.*.: rf-tr 11044ITo I uuhcI 'tTicUy'.o44I I IOfWk.(IllS 'Townsht) of' letj.
.Warriinta duringmonth.. ... 260. ., hal. dii" ii1Jit.thanb. 70t' 4I.inlerenn' ln thI011.OI'NJ5II.'TIM..jtIilltpl &4I
aiid I ITI4 CoiintlKM of I lirndford and Clay I In (*1), South its tu
H, D. May. < lUl Jan. J, 1927 99.iVl hearing of proceedings brpulJv: 1ck'bt1 .1 .I14JII4MtII9(6P ii (12) lOast anti
------ ------ of ;
ot IJI .trl.'t Ntt 4 the Atlantic Coast Line itallroad to bal.idtd Ju% ._ ,2101lR.001.Uy' i4iinler..ii IlIUm 164 rent flhfcffpaTfjnl'4'npi ) */, tUo Htnla Klorldn. Also part theNorthw.et
last re It In further ordnroil tlliib thin
utea nrd -
4pprovd. oilerter -
meeting Deo. 65. Ii (iOUPetftI .- 4,01 4I tAViillIIlIflC' wl4h Fristt elret of'B
,Bal. 1. 1297 fl(31. (N%. 94)
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prbvfeixt' blleV Erhefet 'AtnontrbiA 'r bn publlNhod ir Iveek for'Coot' 71V0nt3i.eiItht
K ielpta during month 143. I 'Com'pl hal. ''dii6 .flb, 1,11027 2&4L10.20I | ,A $ .at onc (2
70 1+76 f7Irtq' > Vienue pr () $ 'l'owti.hin Mly (II
t AVni-rants( durlnir. month 20. I > 'coMeAiltig fdxf ofr> 'rolling S j t.tIlflt'I'UIIN '.t'i iiinii."l',, I3j thdfloC i ntitn, Hlonvr fIaI.11t..liOty.wtu.triJvu) ''f't'h'Cfl.weoiti hi.lit' Si.i.Iio' %fluiidi liriol IVi'i.WPztl8't8 'flit, tnyttwor i 22)t'thM4t.. { lioUth'Itange Geeilbed
mate jot the architect ofIr tlu.lt Jan. 1, 1 37 188. I but due P'"uv. _7. 77'.flO'1t lOs 1WNt lI.L fJYmnifl1o AVSIt1s or follow*: HcKlnnlii, a.t ii.
scHool buildlnfe \Deceived : ', l>u>lrlet'/. MI&IIIWSt, the Nor qtiat'-

ntrac4or amount. 1. U7: _JL------_ 1064. 4 ep clal (taxli H'BcUooI; ,, road, and, To.bal. due' Jan.Fiub-Mch.I 1, 1928 l '. ?? P'Irn no tnt .of hfirlnnlng, the name #l lngln I Hone and ordered thin 17th day '"r.JHWVi of Northwest quarter

| paid Itecelpte durlnsi month 660. canal districts ot the, state. The .' 1oi. do"N i v 1, 1937 i- i27460.19 tl-wKoiithsaut' iiuiirtar of r1oM b- of December, A. l>, 11)27) II. (MWVir), .llinnlndj thence Slant riv.
.wost 8II.1' tfrie "Houihwst Hundred
ey&'Davjs of Starka. Bergkll'inc. Warrants durlnnj month S5.1.BiUjJan ((1 i-qtlltrtr ( I. W. AT.nrcilMAN KIKht <608> feet thence
first Waj Irtteu before .Hy'amt, 'c.lerted! l -. .-i-8( quarter of IJie NortnweNt (fiunrter of Hoiilh Two .
lHlgatto.n fctstii-" Iliindred,
1.-192T 871. (SHAI.) i'l 'rli ('Irrnlt ('ourtKNKIIITA KIBhtv (2*0)
.. bf Lakeland pre To BiwU ijiiw Jan. 1. 192S 24631.1 $1..i inn Twcntr-Wght <2S), TownTwrpty-" fuel ; thiMine West
"judge Lovei'whoruled r' WNIII lip, Htarko. l"ti*. Vive Hundred
4 Iltatrll-t N*. r Circuit E. Cv 'I'otnl NiiK.Mrhnnl llond, I
[ ,.Itlpli4lu It6)i) iiuiiU, ltanit.t, KUtht (reIN) faiL ftt'the
ot toilInrooKer ; I
bids tile bulldlnfc 'HnKotlor* tint CoinululilaOi(el i EtAtltISn lln.t
on Bal. Deo. 1 \9fi B8.ItHoelptH -
---------- In favor ot (he comptroller To hal./ due Nov. 1. 1927l,04S2.l I .cottiiii1 ii hu Lt're lh nce Norlh( Two Hiindred ICfltr1J4
school. Berg-Marv durlrtit 'morltn'Xr 25. Hy amt. rollcctcil 'S5H.78) ; '
? Ii I I 'I ( ho lilac. f-ut -
I 5 8 'I P I beiditnir
Inc., being the low bidder, Warrant dijrlnK'njonJh'. .-. 7.| 0 by denying .an, inJun tlQnjpq$itlon. To' bal. due .Trfn! 1. 1928 ? 9478.75 linWHTINd You nn'l ench.of yotnr I I 101 1 I thn rutn plsianf.
13al. Jan. lm -___V-J-V T4.i The railroad appealed the case and '. r O, %Or.* ALPKKMAN. Crrk.By. ,hcr,liy nc'tifle'l tbnt you hnv i ilioon (leorire Heber Weller, Hfctfuw lli,,( _
jrai accepted, The price be- Illntrlr No, 8 T last O.-A,. KNlfllT.l>., C.irerpby niAda ctofprtrljintit 1o- R > Molt D'I'lt'fl 'in toe allOyS elttItitd' oaun.!; hU
15.00 each. Overdraft Tier, t, 1927 %.'*--*- lzICaoelptH summer thesupremo cotfrl brought br 'A. 1 1C. fMPH.ntfeii.ii arid 1411 sworn bill of complaint for the ,
durlnir month 3.. .__ 19.WaL held the 'taxation' wad unconstitu 'I Oltt1tJFlf'M.ii.i. 6I CuniulHiiH.yho ,lli'ttin In thrlr Ill f'I rcn, It Court Twonty-Blxlb Jnillylnl (iliiletln ,,f tide of the laniU here.
A. W. Broughton wa re- JaJrt. 1.1928 .v .- 7. I) tional. ""The1 attorney1 general's? 6f- wworn nlll or complaint noWon file (;' Inded to receive widow's IllKfrlrt'' No. Ufliti. notice is nlvi (hht under1 ru mi>lil vuiwn, thAt they Ixrr the own- 1,1 liii'lila. tri (,, It an 'ry.ltii'yWiiiiitet. Jd fur pruroMS Hualnul: the Uffeiidanti -
Deo. 1. 1927Ji 10.Vtecelutn lire promptly petitioned for: a rehearing rand by virtue tit that icertalni writ ur ui the foe siini'ii.| l title thereto, .. Its aim) vi deHri.1UW' ;.
during month _.,- 'The.result of tfte..tleclsloiiModa le! ( axecuUua JMKHUI -out of and under ivn Mowing bills were audited \V arrantH durlnor month 25. the hanVl 'mit| 'Meal of thti 'JUilW'of oloudH, iiIetInii) tub tnpr tuf Overdrujft Jan. T, WHS _- w 14. will mean a considerable the Culiaty JUI flered paid: PI.tvIcf o.\1O .& saving to railroads fce' iira ; Sullivan teaching ____. 65.00 ThI. pie. b ? the annually tbe.Bth day of January. A: !>., 192H, and 'dtMicolitff that the complHfnuntihikx aflpi'i tithE hy aitlilavlt altncheil outs In the pro|> i-ty hcralnabova de. bafljt
iwhorn, do -------188.00 1 fteretptft durlnif' month f. 1M. II) I rIo that >u 1. J. Jones. do ------ 0.00 Warrants during month/-- ._ 70 I) !, Jacksoavlllerr$2,000,060 nqw .* lloJmif l.'nniniiny, it corporation >>> fclmplo tlllo nhNnlnt > ,nn. do _- _-_ BO.OO Hal. Jan. 3. .L02$. .' 486. ted rul and post ofBjca buUdJn a8Bured r(4( l .OHTiilTiHt 1'Moyxl ovevn, lit-ndx. ''nnhullhiir) and desluritig' Otk0.iwti'. L.). ittioihii'irit7, 'Fh'ttr Llwrd pie I4ut I lie nrit Monduy.uf, D'nb- I
annlnar, do ---- --- 60.00 1 -l>l. rlc*-. ItBat. ( defendant,' b..i rliiK data :iotln dity or ,vol'i. any anti all alulnin, rlirlit, title (Is no imrHiiirin ttiii StillA, of 'P'ioi'I.IiL mary. A. fl. i.94iJ' beitig| | "th < Iwhorn 10.00 llec. 1, 11127 .---- ------- 227. 8t'et1rlu fiere. NV, (%.(l).. 0I7, Itilgi v.vord.I lii the or lilt<rvjo4ri| ( prl rfiiterhlT! x. -1.------ BO.OOsnfipfdoi. 'iirlng month- __ 20. raving In.section i'3'rk. oflire II) 3iblIh Iteonrils' od'tirad eons, flvmH nnil norporntJonM$ thnu'eIoJ rti'' whoVit would hind tho kiulfl 'dO.. ANti rr in KtmTiiRit: fltflf.Iti': ,
*( -h.53.0 I ___ 60.Ltijhi. Stuaft tinder way t'oPd.CothiL.l Florida,. a uct in si.icuiduilCa IT IS TIIKRKFOUM OrtUKUUIl nndiint, In hIs null.IT that IhlM onUr be pvi'lliii) 'lu'Ta,
IlilllVl 4o> I Cj--W-( l ?.00'' 19.I) 1 1968 :__ 188. 4 2, Q St. Lucia Estates,, 1witb aMtl .It4dg riolL ,, tIlt yun, t ItO Hula IfnaUKh do -- -- 6(1.00 bItrL't !jo. IZ I Iflat. UtitldlnK rmlt Jla- have. levle'l .t'pon and will ie1I' 0. (iirl fli-Uae do --- BO.OO Deo. 1, 1927 ----- 8. Sr ; iLOHl>urK ,r tlre-MKlrJi.t, aol best bUdler for o88)Intl. uiinitl il. non-eflhiJ,6nt. oil Pear to the bill of (roiniilalnt In bin Florida once u weuk for four (4)
r Brook do --____ 80.00 Hexrtpt during -( 120. 0 ued here during November {total- MuililIp?,, Feb.-. >Ul, SdurlBir, othnrw1m', <1f) nhla'lir| to tha7 bill ofinni cIlv., ut;, Blurku Kiorldu.* on'' (,T'' 'I'i.T cniiHevutlve. we,kn,'i>rlur to paid rule oft
r ov. do .------ BO.OO Overdraft Jan. 1, 1928 .._- S*. 8. ed..Z.aO. the legal hour1 kr'fcale; Inere( (mir1n, >lnltit ISO exhIbited BKitlv'xt you,, ioi'i. ftfnrldnyI'Bhriiarr'sfh, A. Tl daT.
rn 4-do -- 80.00 lll.rrl.'t fia. IS. : f ; ''Proht of the t n >tffoi'a MrnLsy l tlto' 6th ,'lay' TP2$, $ Flnholdter "i""r"T-- 0.00 Bal. Dec. 1, 1927 --------- 609. Uke chpbee- Farmers' Associa aOuHe e( VlrnnUwrd County In 0tarke,( of .Ft'nrurtrv. A. D. 19ZS.' barora lha (Hir'Wfll hs tfiltvn as conf mml Court, this tho 2Uth day of Deceinb s
{Itchell do ,_- -- ----- 0.00 Receipts during month 40. 7 pacVliiK plan '' lorlUa, .the. follqWlnHT d'erIb'd "*li'tni4tlCiturt 'Ol Until fontf.'nlmty, y iltet .itl'J ,dormnduit, | r.A.; !>., 1927. ,T
lWhltehcail do -------- BO.OO Warrant during month 105.( 0 ; pewf. tkVtrb00'by lfttd6'll1)4 lad Itulnit. Ill 'JffrsdtordrhJsil(1ty.(1li.flJ0jptuWLt fj>lr>rl A. Wa.dln d. --__.-- 60.00 Overdraft -Inn. 1. 1928633. 0 Seaboaru Air Llu ..ltallrqada. (, > coruftl/irrft, ljr> *xlillilto.l 'htilii4t you, Ilca Ii tublI6busI ,t.Ji C lt wek. ft/v Rlerk Cli- itllourti; t Chfle -
; ; ) rlft.SI< J5 ',7 Beacblew .road feadihg Lots. 3 al 12 trIld 'It MIII 'b 'reel 11.1 l1'iiI'whlnltf. a decr e'ofi tMw ou.irtwJJr.lift tu'iut"rnIiertifl4t 'W'eltir In (trial ortt ((61A 'tlradforii Counts PliirfJs,
f : cfti1L'i feKU'Deb''l.t'im .ii.JL1l 11.' 0JtCCIIPL /; .J'alnj ; wide 'off- thJ' Bxttlh stldebxf ilv J 4, alli1tt1LUock *nl'.rt 1 l'/iKiilni't yr.u. <*unty 't'elrgraph, piibllHbed at Uy C A. KNIUIIT

(IC .. c0(00Jldwiitda 1urIng .moit0h .., jlSO. 0'' t4' Taf if; y JsJaW linde/v] JI* IJ.ving.tou. Truby 'The liVudforiT roimty" 'rel4hi014? UtiirkK, Klorl.la..ua Deputy Cleric.
d-1 so.o Warrant during'moatn' IIL, r rHal. tibn. mpVavXaddlironVo'theJtown: i l'IP.lIShMi /BtiVrhn./ 1r5tltbriieeunty .'$ L.hi.gt.1 ;t 13.mull. MIUAM. Mcir>VAl.in SIU4M. *
Iriin* do -- ------- .5222iliitheny Jan. 1, 10.8 _,.,,_ jlOl.llnl. 02)I.4rIc v (jniiT > of iM..1' Rtai'ka.? -"jJirtm rr< :l .k'iM lit, IIlI'U14 l>;iorl, do -- -- -------165.00 JVo. ) .1, ;,357 ,,5 to 0i4J4If'i..tir| | UernwliJ/uiidgr: 'andy In whlrd' tliU rtotloir itid.T ( Js99taci .. t.I ;., II.i I. i-i ..')24tl-g re113iiI
the Matchett clo 70.00 Deo. 1, 1927 ---1----- lIlH.i .1926 flre-lnaurancs O9tiinanle virtue of alir #,A i'Qtr6n.fnml for r nhall Im piilvlloBoit nhiiAiai weak' :
.Jotiou _._.-_ 7(06VIty Ftvi'.elvt* durfVarrantB. jnonth. i ri v r>3.UiirTna 01 operating the purpo.e'ateaIsSrLneaaJddUdker! for /mirrf .in >en.t lvvwin-k.lv ,.r..i" i I ,, .0. W'iIJ.8t'flMA.h ?'I'p4. ?; %PI'l.iZITUi'V' POI; ,
'd ---- 7l0O \ montftTc: .140. 0 In Florida wrote gross ,aentLtiu000tp.1Qlft1 WITNESS: mjf hzYI, e eti4c 'tiffit I4I4A.I i).. ''t7Ie'rki (t'ierilC tuttVP, I. TAR'I'l.fr" ,

..7060'M41 UiU, Jan.. 1. 1928 Ito. 3 xUks amounting to $I3,51S,21t2464. It ,,,' ikoul-oC'l I lie ''fcbnvkt 'iiftmod four!,, A. H. .CUE W8, t i ,. (I r-/, 'intL,
------.. 10(0(8( IL-sFIttN.. mJBralr -- ( ., ( b' ffrPfo fd4JIV; 1)oUlcta 'z ) t4C, pf'b'mpry: dullidtar frtr 71ji'IAInai>t<; il I OTi(1.11i4'It0flIIIiy
| Peer f 1. J927 ,,- tf. .* / I8fl 1 I Ili4qJlay K. M. JOHNS I ;. -5t-2-3 Sirs. 2.!. 13. Kdwultiln. htlIar.n i VEW. That
TT .?irtin v4./ptii.U'urlnBr.ln jAtH !..L.25.. 7 Attorney ,ft?>?r t'lat 0': W 'AtT;RnMAM furl l I Ideate No. Mil), 4th iluy| of of Auir.Trf-' .
80.' (1
do 80.00 Warrant durIng month 'Ierk Circuit i'oiir
P1101r -------- -(- '
-- 1924 bus timed
hey o jtsioolalnev Overdraft Jan. 1. 1928 _.I4I (t-88.' 3i I Itending from this city to *lb.000jjOOO CLF.HK'S FI'4ACLf.. $TA'JItMiiN'I''I' .( ) cptinty. ,flllCIi I ar d .mnde said applicatIon rtlflcato In my
9'ior'1a.1 tiliiTe > (or tus
i Ml.lrlrt No. 18
do ----- Escambla bridge to' "sue
loi'oo.Eed deiid to thsreuii In
.' ttctrordnncei
54. 1
a -Hal. : "" Illncelptd. daInmonth 88. 6'' .trvL recootly.. ,.i.,, .. .. -: 'flth1P'flhelAV ( [ I 41111 LttIuii 4J011i nartlficate mbraa.p' th h1).
fo"1" itatamen.t .bf r.irrtu t. lridforiI1 IloiI
din ( "IIr 85.4)0) Warrants during month .. , j S '--4- _4_ ',
35.00po 1928 in.BKADFORD 2 -JJnulfnrii 8'jt nty ,for, of i6titta'(it' Fl..rI.Itu. In ('halcory. Fuwlnii: dM* Jan. 1.
idle teaching -------- 13a1. 1ltKI i I 3IS'I'I.iI4'C4LI1' .
SB.l>0 COUNTY December, 1927.ftrfifrnl. I. ,' i.'t&c4t ,1MqI.Is LVMlqf.( Hradford. CuitnV II' > telle do ----------- '
: North
( Fund ii uoiaplaihailt1 half pf //4iirlhwi' quarter|
[nkln do ---- ----- 000faul ST\TH OP lr FI.ORTDA.1928.- 'I neport of thA ebnilltlon of the IfiahiNoli : Ji<, h Tehj> itlvcn thn't' un- va nnd 'North half nf 8e'tttheOl Quarter fiar
Ji-nklns do .do_ .------- 40.09oIerte January I hereby certify that the fore*-I',- I.awtey State Bank, at Lawtey In the I Jtecelpt fnri'g 'fltOttii1$7S:59lwarrants lint*'by 'Tirtoe'or that' pfrtalW Sinai Tho ,Klorlda'Tjnnd'ahrf 1nimf,4atidn tit Northwest iiuartvr, Section 17,

do .__ 40.00 Ing statement of the receipt ar <" State of Florida at the clone of ilUilrI'g IflOntib'.L..lSl ..6SI decree of fit'acloUre mad and fan- "?i: Tmvhrihlp. 1, HoutJi; aaatm 8t East,
Klrkllter Bd R6F ------- -- 2.00 disbursements of the fund of Brai 1buelneiw December slat, 1927. i'' IJs.l. lIce, 1, 127 -i-. aqLIl47"'e"l ,U ------ 85.00 of D I JeIUCQd I I I'rEehiia J"ahil I hy Honor A. V. 1on.t. Jmlw Order for 'rr\l Ir by Il'ubIieisl..u In ,tfiei.pipinent, of 'Ktvhl //property
id fAaron Co. *Tfl teaching pt r wrts.-- -- -__- J6.00 ford 87, county I I. true and for correct the month to the bep'ic.1A itot Loan ail ,Dlsx- United Bond ( _.r3R.30 'I'ltl. In the name of H. H. Jon**.
States 3.35000
Ilckllter bd 4.20 knowledge and belief. ------ .imn ,tau, nrtJnir for and er n b ehIf t,( Hnnorthlft -\
aer----_ 6.20 my I County and Municipal bond 3.000.0O I Warrants dulrntr. mont --. '6..?.?! A.-7. AcIklitK, Juilrf ''til the The above entitled calico came on Union* ulit mrtlflcate hnlj be re'
ay hd apr bd ---- ---- S-Oii H. B. WIGGINS, :'-4nkIng IJquie. Furolture I'' BaK l>ec. 1., I9M* -' L: '127.76 %$ih. UiidK-rbl. cirilulC. UrncKonl ithl*. day *<> ,b hv"l/ uot 13. tA ,apnltiittlon -( [ l nvil arrorfllfK tnj lnwt tax deed
jjrreacy Her sup..400.(1(1IgIn r > County Suprlntendent and I.'Ixtif'4i. Y J.7J4.Tr9,977.1" lkiad4 3iuad, t .<-oyi>lyr Jj"l,rltla, who-l Is .ileiitiaJitIi.1 1 of -the 'ciSmplalnn'nt Tor an irltl Issue thernmi ini the 23rd day
>IrJ guloil1aay, 6.75 -. r- .. 'of.Public instruction. Other Hear KKfate Ofrtieil 2.942.011 Iua1.v 1. 1427 (j4f4 to not, In that rrtaln Vnll '. & Davis* Inctd truck--- j--l'repair 3.on .. -. (Claim and other renounce 24.$4 l'flecelrfla1dtii'lflii. .Mijt:: 107.38, > lurid ford' County 'Hunk, a core ,' Tbo FlorIda Land and Iin- Dated this 20lh dny of December.

all In*. 8.00 ,,Cai.h on hand and due from ,1 (tWrr.ni aurlnw.,monlbL....,, I4'i'Ii LL014.. lit cpinplitlnant arid Julian injKl'irlli-n iC(>ini>siiyrt IL curpuriUturiln 4.iMY21.i, ,; ;
iTohn* legal? service *-25 flanks __ 19.245.OfI .1. iG'l 'r,. )"eek Vlar8 L. &'esk hf'wll'e, and l ( t>nn. the retnrn nf the Wbvrlf I Ar1t'rANp1iriJ l
-- 15.00( EVERGRFN r-----------'r- ()flf9811111611lYph4f'I '((11 .br I l'l. Piilwndp. si'o defemlarits, the of J3rudford Omuty. l'ZurWa-1lutt tnr i at CotIt lJJr'rA I
vii 181 ? :
rhno''CM -dusk- -----------240.00"sc't'Co. (Mr. I". A. Hosier..Cor.) r* I Total i'I 1 --_-__ ,52 .(BLUblllllra I Bal Nov. 1, 11)27 ._--.vr. .Oitfl'VIgPmt us 8lJeftliI ,Mjtetr will 'tent it.'ueimenasOnirhtIlcOtY ''li'IT.fiIf'ae bAri oril County. 1.
Lab. __ _128.57 ]f I JtceIpts 8m1I ror iraMb t&tti hipihuat aOiI het ,teNu'g,10'oIi.l, | ( )wI bi tint and A.iiy .
up. .
dUJrRf 5r
Wri rhlW4.Irnt
From malt t ( apltal ntock paid In -tl5.000.liO Warrahtm Julii ..iBal. ''."BnrTf t ifront of Ihe V JUn 'JIOVMI9 m' .4n1i i. 'sep41. ) fn? that th.tntyVi

lawhorn a I.chIn ; -2..e0 ** **' MurpluH Fiind 1,500.00Undlvl I 1-eo I l'U714l.a.1 2 door In Htarlce, Bradford .Conn tj(, ty1PI
J. June do a ..a.1.IMjrim Evergreen, Jan, 20. -Mrs, A. B. tixea'Depoi.lt 'pard- '.'. 64X.07 Nov. 1. 1923 D. 1928, during the legal hour of'
II 3nnnlnir ItOBler and baby who have been 42.887.16 lt celnt* during month __ 1.11.34 ru
16.IM) .mte.-fur of
do 3l -- -------- tbn purpoim :
,l__ pcndlngjtbe jpaaj. week with Miii.| Waa Ot4'rd urin11fb rfafil final D crfi. tilS fnflowln'tie-1( We: can charge year f fI thaiwttb

a tjrferMIH- ._. 445.04)8500 .He8fer. Bajpj>; Returned "h6nie"Srrhday. -| Tuuil Stateit- .Florida.- -- _--County-----?of ilradfuf'i ,1)9.j .86grrIvHttmr- i'Pufldi"t .117isl'rNdv -I' *i lartKU lying 'and ''Boliin laNutic > ,

I. J12 11 fti 80.00 .: ,, *,,1M7.Varpents hr 3H-21 .Jlri4fnr4 lila TV'lr't r .tay !u&nck, 81oF- '
N; above-named bank do
) solemnly el I
do 12 .. 4fl0l .RII, I'h"OIU) CMJIINTV, KI-OIUIJA.
N i '
N l do rbfl'd'r q>..ql Woodlawndayhere ewcir' that the above statement' 10tl. 300. LI 1123h1iilI.IIti f.ts One Two, Three, Four Five.
40.6raakfllb. Ifu. _ix ttvr>4< *t of my knnwln r.nda.Wo''I.li Mis, anil and Vwo
-with Pyvrtrv Highly fraC-
-'qPa17 -- --,--- relatives; /. |
and bell**, and 'Um HJ* In reepts. 7'-
Janitor ,, 8.Oteb. 41u4I. );:'** iW wt hl* tt the
v.pfttN I __ 5.00n 1 MA Gnannwho'has. been vlalt--to.olttcI&1nottC0 tn'bnt by hetorn Keeer.ptAttvtntf, raonl*) -I. -j I rI r/ above aue'rIle.l JotM. all the nboyrk StarkeHa. '
tranNt. 13.----. 85.00e $ag bli daaghte ; Mrst. RoeA43.Eosteranif Cernprpl14 the 8tt; ) br a. rry(4.fiyrinpI .56j h lflk Iii 'Rlo "li", Bcrbrdlnrf to

repair 18hlt t"JI lust, or |iIat .< Jon,40ad4itb0ri to the Garage
ATI4IO+ oft 'ruwli vf Mtrk l-'lorlila. as th4
I Co. Bradford County thaf-Aluw' tUiii5lipek8C 4iV tfit i nrf.hundlvldcil IPeOorlef .
;1)1) van wood 0(1 hereby certify Cort"golngsratment"ofthe .i17e11i..rd O6iiiev. rlyv4'a., Aloe
Co. TeL.lt_.__-- ---,. bbj 6p nt fitin- receipt and 8,1) rnhalf 'inrar' Intr
d. brooms -----. 10.flbr0tm day; wit h Mr. and Mrs.J'Q. R.iser ". ,3 Wmpra(54.e( ( InsueA *??.irmt tbe1rfuudal 1,164 >th<*< f4It4itlli* d6iU'pIher(1 IoU
riiford.,eointy.0r tbe'Tnonthil
$ 1rvsn00o4 a _. tI.O0 $ap tat1o1z. ti: .,1! .', : NutrV Public.Suwcrlb.4 '* nA.ri ItllJH wrttW ami ,ant'

being floTtfl'tbPb2111fltrd and ewo.js TTI before The .rert.it.it)1% pkIweJgsIbf1..1 .In; i N4.rlh'weet 88to.ef'N'tJs'I '
4hits rC 196. ,jNOTICF i >l I
adjourned to meet the drenpf aokjnnA |lle>(we a visitors kTthEflSfAN. '

pnday In February. to Evergreen Sunday.cksovLe'ri4ay. t. (I 6'l ii' 1erk ; \ $ CO.
ir iffn the Circuit Court 26th Judicial r
U "fl : I I p N1LktiLr '
State 1ne'O 1'il ti'.eh fric'ltfilt*
Clrqult. Bradford County, pf ot h1 '
Ae1AI. NTATP'62'Co.Dt KJorld_.Ia Chancery.f .f't ''ith.it'' 29l'AnfhlJ'of' !tloi.ksJ30UItI2 iji'l,' #1 1I! I I I' 'I I ', (' I I '

,' 55OI FP4* {,11. St postpr E}, KaybVm, a free dealer, I "NO'VICVO* % %L vcItdoNAL 3aL'f '
NLtCTO.Vt ai4pIeMIsRu.; I jComplainant.Kobert'el3Cole. ; br\fok *4i1ilnrtrIoVi< : : '
ly linancI1 o Ito ( IqIy4.l1ur ; nail 1111.1 /\ r'J'c '
.1 for tbfloflth ihyf Hosier, were jsUny S 'i8t .'iJ "I IE' .1atI ,fl a'f'-ljI4jeO'62i lotailli liii ,
cOunty K/ 1 et ol., ,*
SVinday afiernoort
7. J ( I V ETtefendants. d',4 ttii r3'1ni44i'Wh4n 1 '
G.- 8 5ebl Saads OiNie wfei Hervlre I>F Pnfcllratlin- i Vi.4yac4nderkVr. gIfl't1 ruth' ''rI II ? .I I' -- T nr '''I 'u I I

1. 1927 -. 2240. 1 The State of Florida to Robert (J. '
rMY.Ttti4cn4tfivI6Ur rotviiOiflh'loy
,grday. and uiday} by tjie pastor (. CIak ay p kntiwi .Cnok.pl In S < flP 1111-4pEJp',1S J714JtP.;: o.IIu
fl ,. j'l Thi1 1I# e'frLk I-gt.'r1t. lot-b al* **( *rtl /M>/ TfiWiTHhl Tih ) f A.f'fii JrK ,

A hal. llotchkl Mr* Roberta 0.1N'So4djW 4nilfaIsg44r9I4fldaI *4e814'aTwepfi-t5r M988V'i1.f7't I Lrit ) t ''id ? -il'a t "IF-' r. 1 I Iil't '
---- -- -- ,- hcaaiv : v 'Ollason and A. 21.1 -ri.- or.14. atth. siiAR :
1. 1927 Towneenil. Harry B. Clark; F- Xl il .oun .2 Yh14t.IfAtr ?., (11 K i FLA.u 'u'3 "I >

durlrce er.wth ri T i,* '))nnai Ollf rnrd Clark. F.milv Tl.t M- FI oxxTirni .i.C1I4wt..A fI t" : I' TI $ ill u-ri1 pirIrft.'." ofi Ill-yr r.rtwlT'fi I'rtlrT o> "luoi i > ii
s tfvrtfnr Month .. tmf Airof Lvvetf
mJUU ..
In Florida.t "
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} office the following January 1.- I.*......*...+........+.+ Use MRS, VICTORU .
First to
TelegraphESTABLISHED Ocala Star Washington Sponsor 'RIG/j/
High prices are-o rewarding those .t .ol. Galar. Cor. *JMlM Of Candy as War Food Necessity Jacksonville Jan \ ,
IN 1879
many friends of MI,
growers who succeeded In pulling ........................ v'
their berry blossoms and fruit Brooker, Jan. 20.-The peopleare V Frlga, wife of Domeni", i.'PI';'

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class through the recent cold weather. starting, back to work now as LQl. f a t.. ..Vgra4eyjY, regret to learn of her ''I'i llth

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Indications now are that unprecedented -1 1I the days are growing warmer, 'but occurred at the reatdon /i I

E. S. Matthews____________._______Owner and PublisherJ. I high prices will rule I are not making much progress aa tey, Fla., Monday ni,; "
throughout the season. -Plant they are expecting more cold o'clock after a brief 'u mir, .,
C.: Robinson________________________--Managing Editor City Courier weather. Surviving are her ",','bi"( ,,

r-- --o- Mr.' 'Ruseel Greene Mr. Hugh I ten Children. The h.,1' \ :

SUBSCRIPTION RATE One ,editor Is trying to figure Butler Crosby were attending to rive In this city this OIU"lib. ,al;
out why an attractive girl uses ;business In Jacksonville Friday. : neral services! will I tj i,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance more lipstick than her plain sister. I 1 Mr Ralph Glover of Starke was :o'clock from the Chimh held"I,

Advertising Rates on Application Starke Telegraph. Just reverse the {I attending to business here Tues- I ., Immaculate Conception fuse(

question and you will find something day last. Father P. Doyle will ?""bOLil, ,
like the answer.-Gaines- The men are progressing along: services ,

Concrete state road 28 through Bradford county. ville Sun very nicely with their work on the The following\ will\ in a ,
-----0- new high school building. We the II bearers and will mee' oil, ;
o Down state paper tells of a pupils and teachers are expectingto eraln home of Mrs. Wni i i' '

Starke\ will soon be known as the well-paved town. truck being wrecked by running start school In It next .:Monday I Jr., 27 West Ashley it?, ,' alp;"n
over a large Florida sweet Jan. 23rd, 1928. o'clock. Tom Damato !I'
o potato in the road. This leads Mr Allen Greene was attendingto -,.... cia, John Damato Ralph terl,
County politics are warming up with the weather. the Starke Telegraph to remark business at Fort White last C.ANDY FOR THE SOLDERS ettl Eugene Beanco md PI

o that a Bradford county farmer had Tuesday. Chiles. Interment
CHICAGO-George Washington was win: bt I it
When hear the tinkling bells there's a train coming. to remove his barn in order to ex- Mr E. M. Hazen. Mr. II. P. ]fat u> war. lint In peace, and first family lot in St. Mary 'eat
you cavato a large sweet potato. Gainey and.Mr. G. W. Hazen were :n the colonies M a candy eater according The arrangements are direct
o TimesUnion."The visiting friends at Starke Sunday.Mr. to Walter O. Hughes, secre- Mrs. William, Cooper, .fr[
Mention cooties to an ex-service man-then watch his ----o J. E. Clemons was a visitorto :ary ot the National Confectioners' 'I .-"_
best tonic In the world for Alachua Tuesday.Mr. Yssoclatlon. in an address hero MONEY ORDER

hands. I the average woman Is a new hat A. B. and Lyon Crosby were "The world war put candy on the IIUSINKSS: 1)011) 1;
map u an energy fOOd. out over
o and dress. -Jacksonville Times- visitors to Bushnell Monday. .
1 icre was not the first place that
Is the political ring square or round7-Times-Union. Or Union. "With somewhere to go." Mr Dan Polk was a visitor to '.nd, bad found itself among the Slightly over $4,000 teftjj
-Plant City Enterprise. "And a Lake Dutler last Friday.Dr. i .;cesaitle to military Knapsacks" during each month "it i I''
crooked ? 'man to go with."-Tampa \Morning O. W. Hazen from Lacrosse ,ii/cl&red Mr.! Hughe Washington, through' the money ordei dw;
0 Tribune. And a lot of other was a business visitor he-e Friday was the first American to sponsor the ment of.the local,postofflce am

After "Know FloridaVeek", comes know the winningcandidates. folks to see how nice she looks 'Ie ot confectionery In the army. Ing to figures given oui ren]
. "In the midst of an Indian campaign -
when she gets there-Clermont Mr. H. P. Gainey was a visitor an Increase over 1921 of 101
in 1757. be found time to tend
Press. Friday. cent. Totals for 1927 were''
to England. six weeks away overseas l
, ---0.- -o-- Mr. Floyd, who has been staying for a large supply of candy of which I II VGeocme money orders amounting 10'
Tampa dairyman was fined for watering the milk instead'of "Darwin took a million years to here and working spent last Wed- ii* was extremely loud. In the colonies I 970.44, as compared to 461:

the cow. make a man out ot a monkey, buta nesday night at his home In. Lake at that time. due to the repression wnl u wQTOM ders In 1921 amounting to I|
man can make a monkey out of Butler. of Colonial industries and the I 525.88.
o himself in a minute.'Lessburg Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Lake dorendence of the people on England to urge the use ot the beet now *
woman there was no candy manufactured."Ten known as the sugar beet as a possible "CARD 0. TILV:\K4 I
Commercial "And a can here
Palatka chamber of commerce has 1231 members. A Butler have made their the of sweets for the military.
years before In 1747. supply
live body will make a live town. thirty make a seconds monkey flat."Jacksonville out of him in and we all .welcome them with question of sweets tot the army ot "But the use of candy Dy soldiers We desire to express out 81:
glad hearts. Frederick the Great bad been of peculiar goes much farther back record show
o Times-Union. And the performance Townsend of. Lake ot Spain thanks and appreciation to
Mr. J. W. interest. Frederick was sn- The Moors In their conquest
Churches of the county should follow the example set by frequently comes about 30 Butler was attending to business goe'd'! In a desperate war and his supplies la the seventh century used It and many friends for their many
seconds after his pocketbook is here Wednesday. from foreign states especially It was a common article among Uu of kindness and sympathy 8)I ):
the small country consolidate. flat.--Clermont Press.o The basketball team played ball lIB sugar supplies, had been cut oft Crusaders whose expeditions against I us during our recent bereave
0--.- ---- Farms boys last ro meet this emergency came An- the infidels really resulted In th of our beloved husband and'''

Gainesville treated the paRAGraphers royally last week, That new town of Crockscrew in with Friday the. and Peney the score resulted in areas UarggraX, a.Prussian scientist. cultivation ot Europe's sweet tooth.* I er,, Henry Y,_ Brown. u _and__toil
Collier county la getting a lot of. 198. many beautiful floral orrerfc
and set an awful high mark for Bradenton to beat. free publicity from the paragraph- a Among win for those the attending visitingteam.the, game .NN.NNN..NNNNN: ed here. Mrs. Henry. Brown Mr, BJ

o errf. "The City With a Pull" Is the from here were the following: : SAlJIPSON'CITY ,Mr. Dug ar Jones of Wildwood I Brown Mrs. W. A Brown,:

"Cootie Parties" are the latest in Stuart society. They slogan given it by the Times Un- Misses Stella Mae Ward, Leola Cleo Thomas e. Is spending this week with his,, and Mrs. J, C. Terrell, Mr.
ion. The Starke Telegraph suggest Chesser, Pearl mother Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mrs. Q-JT. Hinton.
should prove to be both interesting and lively affairs. "The City With a Past. We Fogg, Josephine i i
Gainey, Florene Ward Murla ..N.NNN.N.N.ON.
o nominate Corcscrew as the next Weeks. Thelma Johnson Lorena Sampson City, Jan. 20.-Rev.

Married men care very little about going to hear free meeting convention place ;of who the will paRAGraph-pull with Green, Flora Wilcox Rosa LeeWard C. A. Crosby filled his regular ap- r'
ers and Messrs. Lyon Crosby
lectures. They get more than they are able to digest by the us?-Apopka.._Chief- Clyde Cone Clyde Kelley, Aubrey pointment Sunday.. here Saturday night and ......
fireside. Hazen Howard Mott, Guy '
o ''If every man and woman In the Parrlsh, H. B. Crosby Emery -M and Mrs. Carl Wynn of New

country" says James II. Emery, Hazen, Coleman Padgett, Everett River were visitors here Sunday.
Florida paid tribute to a great soldier and citizen at counsel for the National Associa- Gainey, Russell Greene, Merrill Mr and Mrs. A. O. Brown and .

Jacksonville Tuesday in the person of Major General CharlesP. tion of Manufacturers"realized speaking that to Johns Ortha Matheny, A. Z. Pad- children of Graham, were visitors
the National Orange C. C. Matheny.
Summerall. gett and
here last week.
they are working between six People, listen Don't forget the one day
o weeks and two months of every B. Y. P. U. every Sunday night at We are sorry to report of the

Many auto owners with coin to buy the new tag Satur- year to meet state, local and nat- the Missionary Baptist church Illness of Mrs. Beulah Prescott. We

day, spent the cash on an auto trip Sunday and let the tag ional tax taxes consciousness we would necessary soon developa fora from 7:30 to 8:30: p. m. Everybodycome. hope she will soon recover. S

buying slide for another two weeks. reduction In our'stateu and com- Mr.. Fred Greene and \Miss Alma' Mr and Mrs. T. J, Gay of Brook .
Valdosta (Ga.) Times. er attended church here Sunday .
munities. -
Faircloth of Jacksonvlle, spent last '
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Mr. and Mrs. R Mr. Wesley McRae and Miss An- t : .
here with
When a town reaches the point where a business house or The prosperity of the rural and Friday .1 lre
A. Grene. ne Mae Wheeler attended churc l
residence fs unavailable for rent it is time civic communities of Bradford -
to start a building Death here Saturday evening.Mr. .

V program. Starke has reached that point. -' county current was year reflected In the record-making during the The Death Angel entered the and Mrs. Lester Kite and ... (
home of Mrs. D. W. Thomas and
o business done by the Bank of took from their midst, her mother, little daughter, Louise, were calledto

Advocates of more battleships and less planes must have Starke, one of the of foremost Bradford financial coun-- Mrs. Roberts. She was In her the bedside of his mother Mrs.

'been asleep to let the ite mof 25 pound air bombs sinking a ty. Institutions In the statement recently Issued eighty-fourth year; she had beenIn Jim Kite of Starke.

5000 ton ship get in the day's news Monday.Ten by the directors of the bank ill health for the past several Mr Lester and Floyd Crosby
1927 years. She was burled at Deedan and Tate Brown attended B. Y. P.
o it was said that record-breaker the year in cemetery near here, and the fu- V., at Hampton Sunday night. : .
not only a .
thousand camphor trees have been offered Putnam was volume of business, but that the neral sermon was conducted by Mrs. Josle S. Hall\ and daughter 1 .
Rev. Mr. Crosby. She la survivedby Miss Mammle Hall\, have recently ", M
county for bank also were j gyp
beautifying the highways. A movement has been net earnings of the I '.
two daughters Mrs. D. W. moved to Palatka. We hope them ,( .
started by the Exchange Club to plant the same kind of trees of unprecedented sire.- Thomas and Mrs. Troman Thomas much success

through Bradford county TimesUnion.o one sister, Mrs. Jack Sowells, Mr. Lucian and Herbert Thomas THE WHOLE STORY

Is on ua Florida and two sons-In-laws, Mr. Troman of Jacksonville spent the week-
Welt, the Joke
0 chippedIn Thomas of here and Mr. Wash end with his mother, Mrs. Dellar
For a safety measure alone if for no other reason, Walnut editors with memberships all right. A In the national Nobles of Campville, Bud eighteen Thomas.Mr. .

street between Call)) and Madison should be widened to association and helped get John grand-children, and six great and Mrs. Henry Gibson and
: grand-children. She leaves a wide I Mrs. Emily Moody 'Of New River, .
forty feet; heavy trucks and busses Lochner the prize for the first state
should be banned from )I John has circle of friends and relatives In were the guests of Mrs. Henry

streets not covered by state highways, for reason of.economy that went the over prize the top.a box of Call. this and othe section of Bradford Brown Sunday.

----- o fornla received oranges.-Leesburg Commercial county, and was a good mother.Mr. Mrs. Martha Varnes, Mrs. Eva If we wanted to give you the whole story of!

We wouldn't believe it Cheer upl! Lochner will and Mrs. Luther Sowells Johns of Starke, were visitors here. brute tire strength we'd just Goodyear|
until we saw it in print, but the more and Mrs. Emmera Dukes of High Sunday. say

Tallahassee State and the Starke Telegraph are engaged in a appreciate when that box Florida's la gone.oranges-Starke I Springs, were visiting friends and Mr. Gus Wynn and daughter, Heavy Duty.

controversy as to why the chicken should send relatives here Tuesday. Thelma. of Gainesville have mov-
crossed the
road.-Gaines Telegraph. I Mr H. P. Gainey E. M. Hazen, Thick, tough carcass of Goodyear Supertwist:
ville Sun. No his friends up North to
simple argument at all.)) Just a simple answer to a advertise them to Florida oranges by com- 'and G. W. lIazen were vialtors: to rut-proof, cross-wise ribs; the famous All-

question. Gainesville Sun. Starke Monday. I Weather Tread. All in tire at 10\1'l \
parison.- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and children JVm. J. ILIFFE one ., a very
0 a I
R. A. Green Flor- were visitors here Monday. price
Starke Congressman 1
Telegraph has bet a hat on Hathaway, We Wau- representative, speak- Mr and Mrs. R. M. Gainey, Mrs.

chula folks are willing to bet a car on Carlton.-Wauchula ida's ing on Junior the resolution calling for an D. L. Jones and Miss Lois Gainey 'Expert Watch Repair Need it? Give us a ring.

Advocate. Better go easy on your bets. You both may lose. investigation of the sinking of the ,attended to business In Gainesville\ "

-Palm Beach submarine 8-4, paid a high trib- Saturday. .' ,
Independent. A hat against a car is right steep ute to the efficiency of the army I Miss Martha Groover of Raiford, I ing .. _I I

odds, unless an obsolete flivver'is intended.-Madison Enter. and navy 'and offered an amend- 'spent the week-end here with her 1 1I #. "

prise-Recorder. New resolution empowering -,.mother Mrs. J. H. Kelley. I
hat new the bet ment to the
car, or is off. the investigation commissionto Mr. Clyde Kelley, Zell Dukes ENGRAVINGJEWELRY I ,
J o Misses Gracie Grene Lorena
and recommend the and
After calling the Dunnellon Truth Paragrapher "old payment adjust of claims of relatives of Greene, Melbree Hodge were visitors .1 .,.' Au_ .

fellow," and being thoroughly rebuked the men who lost their lives In the to Lake Butler Sunday. a
the therefor, we admitted disaster. When It comes to get- Mrs. J. J, Morgan and son Supreme Service Station
error. that paragrapher comes back and informs ting down to business promptly, Clarence, Mrs. L. L. Morgan and 'I I "
us that she is very much of the feminine gender. A mere Congressman Green has few :children were visitors to Starke Hull Building

man has to watch his step in referring to the different para- equals and no superiors Live in Oak the Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin are i,, NO.2 PHONE 83
of I
graphers of the State these days. The ladies seem to be usurp house Democrat congreat. the proud parents of a new born

ing more of the columns aa time goes on.-Gainesvillee Sun. ..---' -O- son. Jan. 13th 1928. Starke, Florida I

Keep it quiet, Bill and we'll tip you off. You will count your Dr. Fans Hathaway Is now officially Mrs. A. .Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. .-- .. --- .
time well spent to drive even thousand In the race for the governorship M Johns were guests at the bridge
a miles to get a look of Florida. This makes

; at this. particular "old fellow." 'three active candidates and two party Gainesville given\ at by the Mrs.Woman's J. C.'Adkins ClubIn .'''''''''ouulliWWWeiWiWItlNW' AmIIAlYH1wM1' ,, .I" ..". ,...llIIlIliIU'IW"'UIMIIUjii.' ,' _"MIIIIII""IIItI'IIIIWIUIIIIIUWJlUlu'"IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII'"-, ', "" -' /-/ ( IIUUIIUIIIIIJIIIIIIIUIIIU'IIIIM.I < '!

nominal on the Democratic ticket. Zack Douglass of
In honor of Mrs. t
It la not known whether or not
Talahaasee. a recent bride and
Senator Taylor and Representative Mrs. L L. Roane of New Orleans,

[ FROM OTHER PENSOur dates.MacKenzie Both will are be good active men candi and La., a slater ,of Mra. Adklna, who
la visiting In Gainesville for several -
have a large following but the
., uncertainty of their eligibility la _
bald-beaded operator says Tl the number ot newspapers too pronounced to warrant the voters manshlp. Beyond a doubt they

he treats his wife now just aa be carrying the picture of irons A. taking a chance on them and are the two outstanding men In ft

did before they were married. lie Hathaway as a consequence they will be sacrificed the race, even though all were ac l
on front Is
used to lean page any to a principle they, with tive. Carlton Is a man of fine
over the fence and Indication of the general support the marjorlty of the last legislature personality. Is. aggressive and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

look at her window curtain, afraidto he may expect from the state press, overlooked when they were capable, and with all these has a ITPTOWY. 1T08 Baraett B.Ildla.. Pk... S-8OO4
go In, and he does the same all other candidates might aa well at the business of raising salaries splendid reputation for honesty; Plant and Vrd.l Drab ,Jt now.--Dade City Danner.o haul down their banners and quit Instead of decreasing taxes. The and he comes from South Florida

-_ --- the race.-Live Oak Democrat.o real race la between Dr. Tons A. where the votes are. Dr. Hathaway -

The highway department of the Hathaway and Doyle Carlton. Is likewise a most capableman LIMBERFraming
There will be a lot of discussion Catts will be a close third. Dr. and has a' splendid reputa-
state of
Florida has Issued a new during the next
about Hathaway will draw considerable tion and
road as a road chairman has
map which Is
studied carefully reducing taxes when candidates: of the Catts support In Wqat Flor- given Florida a 'system of highways Siding. Shritthtng Flooring
by a half dozen candi begin making the rounds and It'sup Carlton Finish Roofing Shingles, Lathe Brick, Lime
ida. wll draw heaviest that
dates for will go a long way to-
,p shortest route Oorernor to Tallahassee.to learn the to the voters to select the men ,from the Taylor support In South ward carrying him Into the executive Cement, Planter, Doors, Windows Asphalt Shingle, Asbeotoa Shingles!
who will do something more than Florida. In both Hathaway and
Atlanta mansion
( at 'Tallahassee.Orlando OUR
Constitution TRUCKS CAN
talk about It after they go Into Carlton, there Is recognized states- DELIVER DIRECT TO TOUR .JOB

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