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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 27, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Open 1928 Season Sunday -
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The Telegraph this week carriesIn Body new prison building Kliilxtrnto Program to Mark Hw-

I I construction at the state farm will slon of IVmiM-mtir I'Itllto Executive -
the political column the an- I TAGS MUST BE

I Year Program AUractlons of .SixIncludes \ KLAN TO BAN nouncements of ten men as candidates Budget .,..ltltt.... And Contracts, be completed early in the summer l''UftflItt4M'.

cks Many Awarded for $_,O,O -
' hutch stated Monday.
J. S. WEDNESDAYNumber
.: In the June primary. Four Supt. ON "Oponlrig fireworks: "'' heralding

USE OF MASK new announcements were put In Tallahassee. Jan. 19.-He-elec. One wing of this huge! building Is the coming June primaries will beset

0 second year's program ot I this week, W. J. Epperson tor tion of Dr. Fons A. Hathaway as now practically complete and will TI'I n:" Issued"'' Slightly; Otcr off at Fernandlna Friday night

or Ida Chautauqua will be op- Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 21.- sheriff, N. D. Wainwright for tax chairman and Walter P. nevis of be in readiness for occupancy within Tlipoc-fourtlw NumlMTlHu 27, according to plans of
at ..il Laxt 1'1'. January
next Sunday afternoon few weeks. This building ,
The mask of the Ku Klux Klan assessor, II. Wiggins for super Tallahassee as secretary and a -- that city's chamber of commerce j

o'clock! with a sermon by the will be universally discarded Feb. Intendent of public instruction, ,award of $2,000,000 worth of covering three acres of ground Is Six hundred and seventy-three acting in conjunction with various

Frank A. Juhan, D. D., circuit built of concrete and tool-proof .
clerk licenses
ev. 22. and G. W. Alderman .highway and bridge projects. featured steel Interlaced throughout the "C" private automobile tag state candidates and political aspirants -

p of the Diocese ot I'lorlda. action taken follow court. ot the been l Issued by the local
had
This was W. M. the quarterly meeting walls. Every provision for giving who have stated their willingness
For the sheriff's office
ystone Heights, situated on ing a meeting'in :Montgomery last Edwards and Epperson are seeking state road department here today. prisoners advantage of sunlightand tag distributor up the to number Monday! Issued to speak there today. .,

Iful Lake Geneva houses this week between Dr. Hiram W Evan election. A tentative budget for maintenance air has been taken care of, as about three-fourth The percentage oltags The rally, coming an an after

nent winter assembly, which wizard of Is announcinghis !well as every precaution for safekeeping last year. II I
ot Atlanta, imperial Everett M. Johns construction work for the
and This building lamed for trucks was reported math of the state Democratic( executive \

ear began its career with the the order, and high state officials candidacy for the state senate, coming year was adopted tonight,, built the by prisoner.convict labor at a I smaller. Dale for'sel'urlnlr session which convenes

se of giving, in time, to ,the of the Alabama realm. to represent Bradford and Union after an all-day meeting of the department cost. of approximately $300,000 I the proper lasts has been advanced there today, will be attended by an

and the many who come as The* announcement was made at counties.W.. E..Torode and C. A. Knight I during which numerous will compare favorably with any twice by W. }'. Allen state Motor old time torch light procession, i

that which delegations from over the stale costing $1,- vehicle commissioner, but according In the downtown district
Florida the couuty funning
its to tht Montgomery meeting by James are announcing for the office of tax prison In dispatch '
heard regarding prospectiveroad to the following
school
were to the high
and marching
aqua, N. Y., has for so many Esdale, grand dragon of the klan collector. and bridge construction work. 500,000. ) being sent out from Tallahassee! no further \ :- where various speak.
afforded its partons. Geo. A. Gardiner baa Additional machinery s auditorium, ,1
that Dr. Evans Judge road and bridge work will be made:
in Alabama and Bids for extensions their polices for "
b management has succeed- thrown his hat in the ring for reelection and.probable .' placed In the underwear factoryas vehicles In em will present
securing splendid talent for officially sanctioned plan. county Judge. vere opened 10 days ago fast as operators for the ma- Owners of motor the coming campaign. \
given for the as low bidders were announced. This is the Florida would do well to get their Numbered those that wilt
ed program lasting from Jan. Two reasons were For the tax: assessor's office, H. chines can be trained. among '
to March 18th under theIon klan's action in discarding the and N. D. Wainwright In awarding the contracts today, latest plant to added to the prison. 1928 license tags and get them speak here la Governor John W.
W.
Hayes In
of Dr. George Whltefleldo :hood from the rega.lIa.the candidates. however, the department threw quickly This, In substance, a Martin, who has already announced -
declared
in klan and many other on have as is asking for reelection out three bidet and contracts givento Are Com warning sent out by \V. F. Allen, that he will attend the soiwlou,
its president Wiggins Taxes
H. B. .
with- other firms. Three of them state motor vehicle commissioner.! hero being marked
"First there many persons his attendance
be -
secur-
ommodatlons may the office of county superintendent
those stopping for a day or the outside who are violently opposed to of public Instruction. were rejected as too. high and no The 1928 tags should be l boughtat ; with a. strenuous campaign he isIdanning
I taken on three others. ing Rapidly to avoid a last hour rush him aroundthe
nger periods at Keystone Inn, to the hidden face. G. W. Alderman, present clerkof action was once ) that will take

number of apartments furor I "Second states, municipalitiesand circuit court, is announcing his Edii'ion Will which is bound to come owners, leaving to be state several times before the

'( light housekeeping or ate divisions of the country are intention to ''leek re-election. Special Tax: collections to October 1, many motor vehicle primaries. j

: homes. outlawing the music by legislation.To Mark Bridge Opening 192T, in all counties ot Florida for arrested and prosecuted on February Elaborate!: plans for the enter

Heights is on the G. forestall universal legislation state and county purposes, were at 1 for failure to obtain tags. talnment of state commltteeaiea

ystone F. Division of the Southernoad. against the visor, the klan officials Betless Races St. AuKuttttn I'nper Announc an average of 83.06% of the full The state motor vehicle department and their guests, as well as a large

The Seaboard is also deem it wise to act at this time." Plan of Advertising Htnrko- amount. This shows that the property granted a month's grace number of newspaper men have
Feb. 22, Called Off At Road and and do through cooperation with county Four hundred
for Starke, Hampton or Washington's birthday, Ht. Augustine! owning taxpayers can been formulated
ible all ot which are only thlr- The klan announced that on Bridge. pay their taxes.: Unpaid taxes do authorities for owners of motor invitations have been mailed, to
their .
o utnutea' bus ride from Key- Washington's birthday Feb. 22, St. Petersurg not. become delinquent< until April vehicles of the state to get date, with a list of several hundred .

By automobileerne 'I"the mask will be taken away from Mr. A. O. Shahds! president of let next. license tags. This month of gray yet to be filed.A .
Heights. because lawful St. Augustine-Green Cove list of counties expires at the close of buslneng food dinner at
Heights is reached klansmen everywhere Jan. 21._Florida's the The folowlng noon-day sea
Hampton, Palatka barring of the hood by the people St. Petersburg, virtually foundits Springs Bridge Company of Green with their percentage of collection, January 31st, and notice has beeu the Keystone hotel will start the
Starke,
gh Melrose and Green Cove is only a matter of time and racing here game tonight, when St.Petersburg's Cove Springs, Is in receipt of a letter was furnished by the State.Comp- given by the motor vehicle authorities entertainment ..features with a Iii Iii1ul.

[ I Ie the klansmea wish to make the grave race meeting from Herbert Felkel, editor of troller's office: that there will be absolutely banquet at Gerbrlng's Amelia City J
greyhound
ugs. extension of time,,
for the opening move first.'' wounded before the St. Augustine Daily Record,, Percentage no further Oyster Farm scheduled for 6
program fell mortally I of motor vehicles -
follows: '. famous "rabbit gun." asking for definite Information' as Counties: Collected and that all operators o'clock In the evening. Many novel
'tis as Law's 1928
.nuarv2f--penIJlg Day Masons Install John five programs of an to the opening of the bridge across Alachua -___________ 90.530/0 who cannot display features are planned for the Interlude t

ay, Community: Church ; After only scheduled six-weeks the St. Johns River. The letter Baker _____________ 89.41 tags on February 1 will be prose Including vaudeville enter

ed 5. Bible-school: Bible study Officers For 1928 originally without betting bad been contained the following clipping Bay _______________ VS.38 cuted! to the full extent ot the about law tainment and sight-seeing trips to

dults. I meeting officials of the St. Pet- from the Record, and is interesting Bradford _-__________91.60 Up to January 20th only old Fort Clinch, adjacent to the
conducted, vehicle
Auditorium Assembly. club announced to reading: Brevard -____________76.82 25 per cent of the motor city

| by the Rt. Rev. Frank A, At. the rodent,installation ot officers ersburg gathering Kennel of 150 spectatorsthat "Opening early In February ot Broward ____'.-______ 61.86 owners In the state hAd taken out S .
on slim threefourthito
of the Diocese for this year, Bradford a discontinued. the Shanda bridge over the St Calhoun ___________ 87.38 new ]licensesleaving, HIIOW CLOSES: 14tC.CISFITfa
D. D. Bishop meeting was AVKKK
the last fewday's. : '
n the : ;
J Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M., the following more than a week Johns river, connecting this. and Charlotte _:.._________ 73.70 buy tags during

lorida.Sacred Song service. Ad- I were seated: Only little similar fate of a similar Clay counties, will be the signal Citrus _____________ 89,85 This It was pointed out,,, -

BO.by Major Clayton E. Emlg, P. M. Barefoot, W. M. later than attempted) at Miami, to- for the publishing ot the St..Augustine Clay _______________ 94.28 Is an Indication that the department The Karl' Hawk Stock Company
meeting the greatest performallceat
ot a special agrI- ___ 86.95 Is facing one of cloMell a week's
C. P. 8. :McMillan S. W. of betlesa grey- Record Collier __________
D. demise be aftera
J lngton night's should a Saturday,
nday, January 30-For Re- A. S. Crews. J. W. hound racing here was taken as cultural edition. Columbia ___________ 91.13 rushes In history, and that they the Gaiety Theatre to full .

F. F. Stump, Treas. that racing can no long-I "The vast territory opened up asa Dade ______________ 71.62DeSoto warning to the owners very successful run pleased
| ,
Indication Immediately
on.
| to St. Augustine _____ 69.85 had better get tags houses. The plays given
31-Green J. M. Mitchell, Sacy. Florida. back country ________
January theatre
in v the
cgday Springs, Day. L. W, Klckllter, Chaplain.C. erv The exist antl- gambling law of Florida through the completion of thisLwomile Dixie ______________ 89.62 Mr. Allen\ said. agent those\ In attendance and commended
| Is
S. D. bridge together with the ______________ 90.34 Miss Margaret Long tag management was
Concert: Stetson B. Hayes, tested and found arm- Duval
) been ofllce
Jo( (a has with \ the opportunity
Augustine and St. ________ 77.2 for Bradford county\ for giving their partons
iralty Orchestra Professor L. D. Green, J. D. ed with "teeth," Peter Mullen, value to St. Escambla ___ building of It. C. witnessing the excellent tIn

jjic.1 Faulkner Director.The C. A. Futch S. S. manager of the local track said Johns county of the state road system Flagler ___________- 81.98 In: the Insurance will save themselves of again The Earl I t'

Green' Room Players O. AV Mitchell J. S. when the meeting began a week and the local roads now nearIng Franklin ___________ 83.66 Wall. Motorists of a fine by performances.played under canvas
the 2.200 Hawk Company
the expense
the Inten- Sternberg, Marshal enlarged on the completion under Gadsden -_- 92.BO
ptson University in N. Tonight he : -- --- tags several years ago 187
Tyler. ago bond program. of St. Johns ___________ 83.43 promptly securing the proper In Starke
aramatio play "The Valiant, J. A. Morgan, statement by saying that the racing 000 Gllchrlst first return
In this this Is their
emphasized 80.79 their cars. and
pi worthy Hall; Professor Irv-I S WALDO public has been tested and county, will Glades ------------- for S

Stover, Director. LKAHK PURCHASE AT OF RUMOR found not interested in racing edition. Quit _______________ 92.43 I GeOSI'iUMI'TIOS( IM'KKAHItt: ':: NO COUNTY COURT; ire

t)0.) Formal welcome to I CAUSE without betting. "The agricultural potentialities Hamilton ___________ 80.47 for tbe -
consumption
from Green Cove Springs. of St. Johns county will be en- Hardee ____________ 68.76 Gasoline 1,624,034 gallon: For the first time In years the of,
High Springs, Jan. 21.-Confirmation The $6,000.000 annual ______ 79.07 state Increased of county
__
Hon. G. R. Wilson umerated. Hendry ____ December, regular monthly term
by of
spouse of oil lease purchase In Gulf Refinery of Hastings and its _____ 68.17 during the month all
|r of Green Cove Springs. I section ot potato crop Hernando _____ the report just Issued court was pot held, practically
Room Players oton and around the eastern value to Florida will be broadcast Highlands __________ 73.32 according to department being disposed of by defendants -
Green canes
ft University in "The Fool," Alachua, county, is partially con Plants Complete through this edition with the Illllsborough ________ 86.48 by the inspection bureau, the total foi pleading guilty. In commenting -

Pollock. "One of the most firmed today, with the annnounce-dealer statement that the new county Holmes ___________ Ot.tS of agriculture 21,021,800 gal on this, Judge Gardiner stated

long-run and Impressive ment of a Miami real estate The finishing touches have been roads in St. Johns county are Indian River _______ 74.82 the month being maintained< that the expenses of his court have
par who spent several hours in High oil station make available for cultivation _________86.86 Ions. Dade county flues collected
ever presented In New Pensacola. placed on the big bulk about to Jackson ____ Illllsborough count:)' been paid from the
? Springs on his way to erected on South and Thompson potato lands as rich as Jefferson ___________ 95.23 her lead over 3BO.OOO gallons. and that the assessment formerly

dnesday, February 1-Good Mr..Reaume, who is intimately streets by the Gulf Refining Com those of the Hastings and Elkton Lafayette _________- 96.16 by slightly over county consumed 73, levied for the fine and forfeiture
connected with several companies entire premises and ten times and one- ______ 86.71 Bradford discontinued by the
enship Day I oil pany. With the sections Lake _____ -- compared with fund has been

|00. Assembly opening ad-: now interested in possible of enclosed with -high wire fence, half as great in area. Lee _______________ 85.24 264 Rallons, as for the month 01 commissioners.

: "Our Service to Religion bearing land, stated that some the yard elveled and surfacedand "It will be shown how Tallahassee Leon ______-____... 90.39 76,481 gallon showed a big S t
spending
atlon"-Oeorge W. :Mead D.Ph. his associates are now and around all buildings tanks and warehouses Gainesville, Lake City. Starke, Levy _____________- 78.10 November. Kerosene being 7.897 gal AC'CII)KNTAIJ'V: SHOTLake

D., President of Florida most of their time in painted 'an orange color, Waldo, and, many other localities Liberty ___________- 84.23 gain, the figures and 17,028 foi --

tauqua. Marlon and eastern Alachua county the plant presents a spick and span west of lAugustlne\ will be put Madison ____________ 93.07 Ions for November Butter, Jan 21.-The two-

ursday, February 2. I where indications point Leasesare to a appearance. Every modern appliance within striking distance of the local Manatee ____________ 81.72 December. a year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.with J.a

; 3 0. Chautauqua Woman'sIn favorable' oil formation. for the safe handling and beaches, the present distanceto 'Marion ___________ 82.95 ItlrtlmMr. B. MeNeal, while playing
not yet being bought, however, and oils has being reduced by a ____ 84.68 Stokes,, supposed to be unloaded. was
Ma.r-I obtained to the effect storage of gasoline : Tallahassee Martin _________ and Mrs. II. II. gun Sunday, the I bo
10. honor ot Miss : news has been and 29. near been built in the plant; electric fourth with Green Cove Spring Monroe ____________ 73.38 Brooker, Jan. 24th. a daughter.Mr. accidentally shot last In the
of the that in Section 23 in a separate minutes from St. Augustine ____ 83.76 OllstropLawtey ,, load of shot striking him
j A. Haas, President at a pumps are housed only thirty Nassau _____e -- and Mrs. John little fellow
Ia Federation of Music Club, Waldo, are being purchased building for pumping the oils from by automobile."The together Okaloosa ___________ 74.25 Jan. 24th, a daughter.Mr. fact and shoulder. The the 1I 1 11flFI

cognition of service. '' high figure. in the tank cars Into the four big storage effect of"this bridge, Okeechobee _____--- 85.57 and Mrs. Vasroe Orlffls,, III I In a serious condition al I ito

cert: The Friday Musicale, I'I' The sections mentioned are tanks mounted side by side. with state Road No. 3 and of Orange _.;._______...:-__ 93.at Starke, Jan. 24th a son. doctors say he will lose one be arm taken
Reaume to
onvllle, Mrs. Lawrence Ad- interview with Mr. spoke J. F. Houser &: Son have chargeof State Road No. 4'1. in the future Osceola. ____________ 85.10 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kersey, Starke,, probably both will have have

President. ![those of which George here Evans the early the new plant, and It is due to Palatka and Hastings will be Of Palm Beach _________ 78.84 Jan. 24th, a daughter.Mr. off. Mr. and Mrs. McNeal Stark to

day, Febuary 3- Get-Ac- of during his visit closerto their efficient and courteous service stressed, and business houses Pasco _____________ 85.25 and Mrs. W. It. Droves, Just lately moved from
grandson -
part of the week they are this territorythat Springs, St. Aagus- ______ '7.61Polk vero Beach. The baby Is, a
ped Day. I I and outside to patrons of Green Cove Plnellas ______ Starke, Jan. 24th, a son. MeNeal
Waldo, will be U. L.
0. Community Program un- Fairbanks than actual operators the business of the Gulf Refining ins. Hastings and Palatka ____________-- 85.54 Mrs. Betsy Williams, Starke. of Mr. and Mrs. S

he auspices of the Keystone the agents uncovered.the Company has steadily In- asked to Join In'the felicitations.- Putnam ____________ 83.85 Jan. 28th, a son. ____ formerly ot Lake Butler.

jlta Board of Trade and the cannot be creased. Green Cove wU1 Invite St. Augustine St. Johns ___________ 92.10St.

one Heights Woman's Club. I Very few people know anything in this and St. Augustine will invite Lucie ___________ 79.10 Conference Of

ture: "Experiencing the Joy about oil lease operating the PLANT CITY BERRIESBETL1IN ; Green Cove while the businesspeople Santa Rosa ________ 84.99 Regional

low of Health"-Mrs. Clara t part of the state, and while *:S ,032 FOR of all four cities affectedwill Sarasota ___________ 73.14
I Cosden property near Ocala may SEASOX'8 SHIPMENTSPlant congratulations to Mr. __ 88.37 Commerce thai
ore-Ferrell. extend Seminole _______ State Chamber
something promising i14tyA.Shands. .
|o. Informal reception In have uncovered builder of the "'.we- 75.78

.>me of the president of Chau- until such time as the experienced City Jan.19.-Tbis city "It has been a good many years Sumter -_____- 85.87
( Suwannee
-
Chautauquans I oil men pass on the certainty to the middle of January. has Augustfte published a __ 88.84 the district, by members of
la for citizens. up of I since St. Taylor At least one and pocslbly several sentlng
purchase
the lease worth edition the
Jbautauq.ua friends. of oil. shipped $34,833.40 comprehensive agricultural _:. JVolusla __ 9..40 conferences in each the Board of Con'iclllors of
Union regional S
-____ proposition is worth staying away strawberries to eastern markets. on St. Johns county and It 91.01Waukulla Florida State Chamberof State Chamber resident la the district

CARD OV THANKS from. This was tha general trend The shipments consisted of 42,734 Is believed that tbe.openlng of the -_____.-- 68-42 of tha five districts In the state and by executives. and o Hirersof
offered by a man from 70 and 75 with the Commerce
of remarks which sold at together 90.71 Chamber of Commerce
bridge accordIng local
-
quarts 1928
Mr. Shands Walton be held during
;,wish hereby to express our Texas, and whom accompanied cents a quart. While the berries completion of the county's road Washington ___-- 88.26 will announcement received within the territory The Boardof
to aa
to the many friends Reaume.STAUKK. producers of citrus up an em- new board In the
Ration were moving, system to open S David Sholtz, of Daytona Councillors, a
sysem from
o kindly assisted during the VICTORIOUS S fruit were ..,. no means idle 12 of valuable farm lands should On\DI MADISON hAre Beach president of the State Chamber' organization
and death of our baby IS ot the latter also.going pire such an edition. the Board of Directors -
will
by serve
OVER GHKEN COVE IN i solid cars ba celebrated made Tuesday on Chamber. The district conference which
tho FOUGHT GAME 'out- "Arrangements have been Work was started the leadership of the in an advisory capacity
under
HARD be
Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Ptts.WILTHE1g print 10,000 extra copies of this plowing Madison street, prepara will vice-president who in this 'will be composed of one representative eh
COMPLETED to district
110I) regular for state each local -
street
S REPORTther Starke town team Journeyed to Issue in addition to the The tory to grading the to pa- the Second District Is Scott M. Lot- to be appointed by The

Cove Springs Saturday afternoon Jan. ::11.Tberoad circulation of the Record. road 28. from Lake City of Jacksonville. The directors Chamber of Commerce.
Green St. Augustine. to a the gradingIn tin Inprogre"s
sent all la now
defeat the highly-touted county which copies will be latka. Practically Chamber from the Second Board of Councillors
report for week ending to in St. Johns : 10.000 throughout has been completed of the State

I 25, 1928. Southern For- State Road Department's team by leads to Shands Bridge spanningthe select list of persons who have writ- Bradford-county that part running District: are Mr. Loftln, Oeo. of organization.district as they
the
except of
jperlment :Station! Starke score of 24 to 12. St. Johns liver at Green Cove the United States concerning -I Part of the- material II. Baldwin, J. D. Ingrabam treasurer problems whole will
Information Starke. state as a
The town boys have been practicing completed being ten for special through ot the Chamber It A. Mc- relate to the
I is now I Madison
farm con
and have of Johns county to be excavated on 'Wilson II. H. be discussed at the regional
weeks St.
completion A.
Max. Mia. Preclp. for two month ahead:the Water street Cranie, Loren advised.No .
a used on Sholta
team. which they feet It annnounced street will be Raymond J. C. Penkins, secretaryand : ferences. President
18 78 51 ,04) developed a the bridge itself was lands. and bringing that\ meetings have
S filling ditches of'' the for these
Starke dates
;06U. make a name for In General Manager
wit
19 ,
,13. 53 :sura today. hoped
Is
20 4" AU'n In the.basketball, Jr:,la of this part S -' GEO. W. GF..O'J'JUIBDlF.8 IX NEW YORK street up to grade._ Chamber, all of Jacksonville, Dr. yet been announced but It tie held
team Is composed building daring 1927 oi ewls' 't'lce- resldent, the first of the series can
21 38 ;oo of tha state,, Tbi I Florida's Florida has 10620,000 acres Burdatte G. .
school basketball 'U ZIJIOItOO! according and Walter' Morton before the last of February.
oi
331' high approximated Chamber
22 lIT ..410II of. former Jan. 21MaJor flat woodlands 3,640.000 acres of the Includes the
I of by the F. W. New York and James D. The second District
23 19 .041 tossers and graduates to a survey Oeothats builder hardwood land and Peneny Farms,
I W. hammock or Baker, Un
The contracta General George of Columbia.
24 11 41 .12 D. H. S. Dodge Corporation. Canal died athis 3,840,000 acres of much and. The Bourne Jr.. Green"Cove1 Springs.: counties Duval. Nassau.
this will ba building and engineering ot the Panama conferences will be ion. Bradford Clay,
25 ,GO P08 I We feel sure that for new today lie was seventy other 6,878 acres Is divided among The district
good advertising for Stark and work daring 'December last was home here old. river, takes and lowlands, attend* d by the director repre- Hamilton and Suwannee.

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Exemptions: Sunny Italy j

Bradford High School i Arithmetic Mary Brownlee, I STARKE

Palmer Williams, Mary Towle. Doyle E. Canto

English-Mary Brownlee, Doris Into Modern Hotel Decorations TEN rEARS AGO TODAY

JournalEditorinChief i io Towle.Rivers Palmer Williams, Mary I I -.." .-- Candidate for GOV"IlI",


Geography Mary Brownlee, L. C. Powell and son. John, were i,,

Gladys Brock Clara Dyal, Bertha In business Mon-
____________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN Catherine Jacksonville on
Lucille Edwards
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Dyal,

Associate: Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS llamm. Dorothy Lamb, Donle Rivers i&: & day.Pitt Tomlinson spent laat Sat
Palmer Williams Mary Towle. urday In St. Augustine.

J Sports Editor _______________'__ ----- ELMER McMILLAN i; History-Mary Brownlee, Lucille Messrs. Lucian Wainwright and

Joke Eldtor _______________-______ JUNIOR 1TcDONELLI'.11NTTE.iCJIEli4 Edwards Palmer Williams. ra Roger Wells of Jacksonville, were

I 0_ _. .. -- -. .- -- Sanitation--Mary Brownlee, Lu- welcome visitors In Starke for a s

cille Edwards, Palmer Williams, short while 1I10nday.Col. .
r AS.SOCIITIOV pharmacies, novelly shops, grocery Mary Towle. '
D. E. Knight and family
,W OltO.lM7.Kl and meat market. Reading-Mary Brownlee Lu- ? motored to Jacksonville last Sun
Bradford county's motto is 3
Palmer Williams
cille Edwards t day to hear William Jennings
ParentH and friends were Invitedto "Where the Soil Reward Toll" Mary Towle Bryan lecture. :

the school building Friday afternoon Stiirke and Lawtey are pointsfor Spelling-Mary Brownlee, Glad- George W. Baisden and .family.

for the shipping strawberries, peppers Brock, Clara Dyal, Bertha Dyal,
Jan. 20th. 1928. y* afer being in Tampa for several j + wcae..eb
cabbage and many other vegetables Rlve'rs
Lulrlle Edwards Donle ,
purpose of organlzong a Parent- months, have returned to Starke.

I Teachers Association In Starke. I I Bradford county has produced Palmer Last Williams week all, Mary the school Towle. had r 1 rrg E nr R ; V nr' > Misses will Cleo Mitchell and recitalIn Anna I
Canova give a piano ,
called to order of the leading men of the
The meeting was some exams and we had ours. They ? ana rrttnrt I the school auditorium tonight

by Mr. Dowling, after which Rrv 'country' among them being/ : were not easy either. (I think our (: n teafl'y ptlM>tf Mo 'Prof. R. A. Green, of-LIve Oak, I

Carleton led In prayer. | R A. Green congressman from teacher must have a cold heart spent the week-end In Starke with I

Mr. B. 8.: Dowling explained the | the E Second, S. Matthews district., Railroad Com- sure.think) many But through failed, at It least all I I don't hope homefolks 'and' doing a bit of electioneering -

meaning of Parent-Teachers' Association missioner. .

I : Adklns Circuit Judge of not.We Hon. P. L. Gaskins of Jackson
then Mr. Raymond gave A. Z cards Wednesday -
get our report
o.Irs.! 11 C.
ville was the guest ,
the 26th circuit.
a. very Interesting and Impressive' but don't get the exam pa-
talk on the need and value of a 1 James Jt. Kelley, state's attorneyof till Friday. Friday afternoon Richard during the week-end.

P; T A. In Starke. the 3rd circuit pers we didn't have to come to hotel Belvedere efAt, Roy Turner spent Sunday In ,

The creed and by-laws of the J. C. Adklns, state's attorney of school because the teachers and 4/D ''dP F Starke with h mefolks.D. ,

read and ac the 8th circuit COMfhRr a W. :Moore of Theressa, was -,
organization were
In and
our parents met our chapel DOYLE E.
V. state's of in the city Monday.on business. CARLTONA :
cepted. The following office II Knight, attorney formed the P. T. A.
were elected: the 26th circuit. J. W, Alderman of Lake Butler,

President-Mrs. E. M. Rooks. cometwice was In Starke Monday looking at,, IIiiMlnctis AdniinlNiralliin
Dlt.lMATIC: ("1.l'UOur Old exams a year The Certainty of Ta\
Vice" President-Mrs. Geo. C. CURTIS .A.HAL.EJ ter business matters. It''IIIlOa ,
And let me tell he leaves .
White. studies during the first without cheer you us Nn COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: : ( ) Build the budget IYr

Secretary-Mrs. R. S. Carleton. semester, include the poems and ; not merely with the purpo

Treasurer--Mrs, W. T. Fine her. life of the folowlng authors: Edgar For very' few of us can pass, s' T solo PROCEEDINGSThe balancing'expenditures ag!
Unless we make the -
The date of the next meeting Allan Poe, James WhltcombI up on years Commissioners anticipated revenues bin witt
last half. t Board of County -
la to be announced later. I Hlley, William Shakespeare and met in regular session on Idea of operating the governc

Nathaniel Hawthorne. The teacher says old exams taughther Monday January 2nd, 1928, with efficiently, supporting the' ttatistltutiona
| On Feb. 17th we are presenting V
t adequately mil! at
folows
TIm HISTORY OF1 JIRAII- all members present as :
the comedy-drama( "Green Stockings same time leaving
FOKU C'OrNTY AM HTAKKK To be more strict the rest of the Louis H. Hill, chairman; J. .G even d
It Is very Interesting and I possible in the pockets of tht
I year Crews, J. L. Underhill, G. W. Hln-
we are sure it will be better than payers.b .
(The following theme was contributed Or she will go back home with a son and L. R. Galney. .
any play) which B. II S. has pre-. ( ) By the elimination of.
by Lois Adklns of the 6th tear, Minutes of last meeting read
seated in the past. less expenditure and the
grade.) ( Because she would be fired and and approved. em;
The county 'of Bradford was | J.ITU.Uclun she hated to" Report of County Judge and In- ment of rigid economy with I

named for Captain Richard Brad Leave such a bunch of childrenso spector of Marks and Brands were lie employees chosen us nt<
The club met for Its
Literary
i and because of their
ford, who was the first Florida I' regular meeting Wednesday, Dec dear. ;m_ received and same ordered filed. service. llnesi ;,

soldier to fall In the war between The resignation of Mr. Flemingas
.
the states In Florida, on October I I 1927.The minutes of the last meeting So I am sure we are goin to makeup C.e1'"..' ..B., lore ilMiI-ltl'' ma .. 1111\, A m Udy tom( SunnyJt-4. .*. 4.. county demonstrating agent was flciency(c) By in every.departnientolj employing buslaes.j[

9, 1861, on Santa Rosa Island near. read and There our minds received and accepted. Mr. Flem-

Pensacola. i were business approved.Miss Packson To not at the end of the year, be Curtis A. Hale, Famous lars a week, wiped\ the soap suds ing stated that on account of thedpath state, properly coordinating
was no !, so
several branches of the
The area of Bradford county so far oehlnd, Power Inau- from his hands, and went up to of his mother and also on slate'tivitles
told us the correct to have debates Engineer
way J
his four dollar right and making as simple
158.1).t"aeree in And a day room : of his father he
la acres of
191,360 ; when we hare passed and our account tlie.age
gurates New Era in in the same hotel," says an old direct as possible our structm<|
acres In actual
'look his
farms, and 16,163 work is well done. felt his duty was to after
associate of Hale's.
"We
learned
cultivation.. 'Its elefattttn above NI. VSl'.IPEIt CLUB We Decorative Plans father who Is now past' eighty Government.Next .
I can laugh at old exams and say later that he had given .
up a ( issue another plank of J JCarlton's
sea level in IBd 'feet, TtuTTopula- The regular meeting of the news- "Was :real fun." $6,000 a -year job to take one years of age.Mothers will appeij

tlon la about' 8,000. Total assessed paper club was held in Its club- washing dishes so that he might pension allowed Mrs platform

valuation was 2,105,899; ; It room on Wednesday, Jan. 11th. IUUHTH; CIE.MM; (There are two things the rest learn the hotel business from the A. W.: Broughton of Graham, Fla., this space.) Paid Political;.

is much more now. The total The meeting Was called by the The mid-term examinations are of the world copies from Americaour sink to the ceiling," giving her the sum of 13.50 .per

county milage was 40i; It Is much editor. There being no paper dur- over and we all feel happy again. hotel and our jazz. CurtisA. Offered $125,009 month for the school term.

more now: Ing the holidays, this period was Twenty-seven of our class passed Belvedere. Hale, managing Hotel the director of efficiently the Hale's ability to get at the root The board then proceeded to Grove'sTa&feffessl
most
The crop Values are $538.175, used by the editor In a discussion In all subjects and we hope to do operated hotel in America- of things, has made him the au- prepare Jury list for the circuit
,
Its manufactures lire $4flOO( ; Its of newspapers. Ills talk was en. that well or better for the next is the power wizard of international thority in hotel efficiency meth- court for the year 1928. After

minerals are mineral water. ,,The joyed very much by all the members four months. fame who has perfected the ods that he is today. His dynamic spending balance of the day selecting -

Incorporated towns are 4. The The meeting was then'ad- Evelyn Stump lead'the class witha efficiency methods now used by personality while driving him to names the Board took a

number *bf postofflces are eight journed. general average of 95 percent up-to-date American hotels, and the top-rung in the hotel business recess until nine o'clock a m. Fri-

Its rural Routes are five. and Ralph Cox was a close second copied by hotels all over the has also made of his whole life day, Jan. 6th. < Chill ToniA (
an adventure. While
in El
Starke's population In 1921 SIXTH CJHADR with an average of, !94.4 percent, world. Paso, Hale was offered living$125,000 Board of County Commissioners

walt 1,071; It is much more now. Lester Pried!! Hoblnuon. Etholln Famous EngineerHale to assist in the capture of Pancho convened Friday morning, Jan. Tonic for Pale, Delia}

A silver cup was awarded Bradford White, Ila SponholU: and Martha who Villa. hIs o'clock Women and Children. 60c
(By Elena Prather) was a. consulting engineer Among Mexican adven 6th 1928 at 9 a. m. pur-
county at the State Fair for Grime each averaged 100 per cent ) :for two of the largest chain tures is that of successful barter- suant to recess with all member A package of Grove'a LIver pm,

the beat grain exhibit In 1.921. | "Thank: goodness! examinations In deportment for the first four hotel organizations in the United ing for his life, offering his skill present as follows: Louis H. Hill, encloaed with every bottle: of;GflOUTASTELESS

The early history of Starke are over, but we are sorry months. That's a fine record for States is a vivid personality. A at repairing telephone pole wires chairman, J. G. Crews J, L. Underhill who wish to take CHILL.a Laxative TONIC in for ctton UK.","
because some of us failed on some these four small dapper little with in exchange.The. with tha
Tonic.
dates to 1864. The early pioneers young people. It means man G. W. Hlnsoir and L. R.
subjects, aren't you sorry too? white hair and keen blue
who came to this county at that they did not break a rule or regu- snow BelvedereThe Gainey. -
I In our room four girls were exempted eyes, he attracts interested
time soon recognized that here Martha Brownlee, LoIs lation of any kind during that per glances the moment he appearsin Belvedere Is a revelation In The Board. then proceeded to ''iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHtii,,i -::;;;,;

would be the Ideal location for a Long, Loin Adklna, and Elena iod.Ten anygathering.. There is sas- comfortable apartment hotels. A finish selecting the Jury list for the
townslte, and saw in prospect the of our class were present taired energy in his slightest room in this new hotel is like a year 1928. LAND
Prather that shows that the girls
great future agricultural county every day during the first seme- movement) a personification of spacious living ro.>ai; at night the The folowing bills were then
studious than the boys.
that this was destined to be. As are more ster. power a cosmopolitan air of creative davenport becomes a comfortable
audited and ordered paid SURVEYINGSubdividing
"Be yourself, boys"I three bed, a foyer, a gleaming tile
bath-
We have
early as 1879 a settlement had already new pupils In our romance such as is fre- The Board then adjourned to
I believe that the that failed room, a large closet and
ones room, Clyde quently attached to men who have a serv-
Morgan of
andwhile at that Waldo,
sprung up
ing pantry makes the meet at regular session 'on Mon- Di'ain'age
for the first term will be more Jennie Maude made a name for themselves in apartment'a ]
time Starke consisted of only a few Crosby of Rising
complete home in the 6th of February that
itself. day day ,
the adventurous '
careful In the future, don't, you? field of engineer
and Ida Mae Conner
cheap rusty huts that housed of Vander- Lounges have been made
I ing achievement. attractive being the first Monday In said Systems
hope
Anyway BO
dwellers and business enterprises; bllt. We are'glall to have them. I places to( entertain friends. month.

It was nevertheless the fore-run- i IVell, this month Is a very One of our best pupils, George Dish Washer Tapestries and upholstery areas G. W. Alderman, Clerk. Accurate Work

runner of the making of a city. lucky one because our teacher I Sweezy, has gone back to New Hale's numerous friends-be- harmoniously keyed as a color H. E.
lost her "demerit book" and Lagergren |
Cotton was at that time the principle some Jersey. We miss him, ginning with the door-man at the ,organ. Florida has more counties bear ,

crop, with Starke as the mar- of us had over thirty demerits. I U. S. Grant Hotel in San Diego "Cheerie-Beerie-Be" ing Indian names than any other Starke Fla.
am clad Bhe lost It, but of courseI Theatrical activities are com- where the ,
i hat The repeated years of the efficiency expert began "As a matter of actual fact kind. They total nine countiesand
don't want to tell It that mencing to stir In ,
so keep Bradford
circles his
boll weevil later discouraged the colorful hotel career, and run- explained Mr. Hale, "I did get are as follows: Alachua, In- ,luml""U''IIIIIIIIIIIUUIUIUIIIIII""IIIII'"U"' ', """" !!.
to yourself, secret. A school play "Green ning the scale] .
as a Stock up to millionaire idea for the
cotton farmers, who made repeated my tapestry cover dian, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Os-
The week of January Oth, to ings, la reported the hotel owners in
>' on road and every large city ings from a new Italian waltz'
failures. Today again cotton plant- ceola, Sarasota. Seminole, Suwannee -
15. was set aside as "Know FlorId the Glee Club expects to give a of the world, tell of fascinating song 'Cheerie-Beerie-Be.: Both the '
ing has become one of the most and Wakulla. COFFINS & CASKEfcf
i' !," week by Governor Martin so concert shortly and an operetta incidents in' the power chief's ca- music and words have been woven'

Important agricultural pursuits. the sixth grade have learned many late In the term. reer. Out in San Diego, :folks remember into my decorative schemes- Geogrophlcal conditions have and a Full Line of
Starke Is the county seat of when Hale worked as a named seven Florida counties.
Interesting things about Florida Cheerie-Bcerle-Be, love b wiling m.-
Bradford county, and is a townof and their home county, Bradford As have all other scholastic ven- dish-washer in the U. S. Grant With melody from Sunny Italy.' Palms and coconut trees grow Undertakers Suppli|

considerable wealth. Starkd la We were asked to write the hIs- tures ot ,this! term, examinations l for nine dollars a week. And if music was the Inspiration at the waters edge on the Florida
"He
+ 46 miles from Jacksonville, 26 dealt a cruel blow to the athletic was a mystery around here in more of our-household decora- beaches. AUTOMOBILE HEARS
of Bradford county and Stake. for while
miles from Gainesville, 40 miles tory department of Bradford a worked durIng the tions I feel there would be more' Polk county Is the largest producer -
The one by Lois Adklns was chosen The day as a dish-washer for nine dol- warmth and beauty in homes." Always ." ._L Tin bet "*
Palatka. 41 miles from St Augus- our
an the beat one. grades- halked up by the majorityof of citrus fruit in Florida. M the sweat prl_ tiPMKl't
t tine 40 miles from Lake City and. the basketball stars make__ .it. Marlon. county first produced the ntl
187 miles from Tampa. I 11. II. H. BUNK impossible for them to representthe 0 SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR READY rllla Carnival; Feb 7th, Rotary "Pineapple' and "Parson Brown" KEGISTKRKD KMBAUiUDEWITT

The organizations of Starke are Purple and Gold on her court oranges. C. JONES ,
and ''
the Chamber of Commerce, The Lives of seniors all remind us before the basketball 'season ex- Tampa, Jan. 24.-With every Governor's Day; Feb. 8th,

Exchange Club, and the Woman's We must make our lives sublime pires. foot of available taken State County Commissioner's' Day; STARKE. FLA. .
space
Club. And by asking foolish questions, However, there remains quite a by exhibits up Feb. 9th, Shrlners' Day; Feb. 10th Itching Piles ,

Starke receives breezes from the Use up recitation time.,. few experienced boys to concessioners and attractions Tampa and ..... I
carryon Barney Ooogle Day; lnatantl R-J1I""e< .nd .. cared by ..porhlnll .
Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic the South Florida
the Tornado's sweep This Ipcludee Fair Feb. PAZO OINTMENT. It Stops
Ocean. Starke has two banks: The Mrs. White's motto when teach- Captain Nolan .. crack and Gasparilla Carnival Is In readiness I 11th Everybody's Auto Race .Sooth..Hla.nd to guaranteed
.anova cen- to ConI
any cease(hchinlt'.
Bank ot Starke and the Bradford ing Latin Is said to be" soc-et- ter; Leo Hughes, forward and Joe for the welcoming of more Day. or
County Bank Bradford county Is tuem.1' Malpas. guard-both first-string than 400,000 visitors, startingnext Addition of two large buildings, attachment PAZO at 7 eland in,tin with box pile at eon, Say it with Flow

noted for Its strawberries. men; Gerald Cox Monk DinkLns! Tuesday, January 31st, with several acres of' ground, expansion

: Starke, Florida, Is the biggest Miss Florence-What is steam? and David Moore, all excellent an automobile racing program aa of the Johnny Jones Flowers For Al|

little town of the South. Gary Oxerstreet-Water at a guards Glenn McMillan feature. Exposition

Bradford county and Baker high state* ot perspiration. forward and other new arrivals, speedy to Nearly a score of bands from Shows track on the mid-way and race Occasions

county were once called Columbia f the tea.m-"l\Iolded". Struth and all sections of the state, four giant Improvements have made ColdsWhen

county and they were named New I Prof. Dowling-In that case, and others. With this remainingand parades the moncster Gasparilla possible the entertainment of more
visitors
what would do? Carnival of this year than ever beforein Gertrude GodbelAnderson
River county and they separated you capable material, the Bradford fun and frolic the entertainment -
and were named Baker county and Ruth-Divide. Tornado should well uphold- of national and state the history of South Florida'sbig the eir passages of the
Prof Dowllng Divide by what? celebrities fair. Throat and Nose are inflamed
Bradford county. Bradford county Bradford colors In the remaining the exposition of more
from
Cold
a the
inflammationwill
divided and It named Un- Ruth-Division. and varied
was was battles of the products the live Florida has three
season. ports with a remain until the Cold ia \
ion county and Bradford county. I stock poultry, rabbit and gone. Phone 39 Waldo. t>
art channel depth of 30( feet and seven To work off the Cold and to fortify
Starke has five churches: Baptist Joe (bull-slinging.) Thesearen't The terrible ordeal Is over, at shows carrying national competitive with a depth of 24 feet or more. the system against Grip and

Christian, St. Mark's Episcopal my words that I'm quoting, least, that's what most of the.victims flavor *-take Up the high Jacksonville Is the last of Influenza,
port
Methodist and Presbyterian. { they're the words of one who believe It to be. To the many lights of a fair which this year call for ships bound for South Take
:
Bradford county l. known as knows what he's talking about. who passed however they were promises to Jump from fourth America Panama Canal and the

one of the most! productive counties I merely mid-term examinations. No position In international Impor- Far East Ports. isxeilveBromg

In the state. The soil Is principally Eatelle- just finished readingthe matter what we should call them tance to a place closer to the lead. In the harbor of

) a a rich sandy loam, witha ler.""auto-biography of Helen Kel they have come and gone, after The days designated for special average depth of water Penaacola at mean the ( \ For colds grit'and ,

clay sub-noil The greatest I 1 I spending most of the week in every events, are Tuesday, January 31st, low tide Is 32 feet There ,
Dora-Who wrote It? are
testimonial Bradford county can students minds and pencils. The auto race day; Feb. 1st Kiwanis 7 1.2 miles ot anchorage with Quinine flu take rTRADC
offer to the of Its grades have been Day Feb. 3 a
as productiveness Announced, with ; Children's and
Rooks (translating Latin)- par- depth of 35 feet and over and 19
soil Is the 18,000-acre state farm, varied results. There were de- ent-Teaches' Day; Feb. 4th Manu- rebmf:
square miles with
Would you smoke it you had a a depth 'of 20
located here after an exhaustive cigar? I ldely: too many low grades but tacturer's Day; Feb. 6th Gaspa- feet'and over. I
examination of all sections of the the majority were passing marks. 1
Junior-Act (Last statementwas It is easy to get rid of a Cold if
,
state. Bradford county's pecan also translated.) The general effect on all we hope 'awuawnuwuamuuuuwuuuumwppuuwauluunamansuuwxluauuuuluuuuuui' .. you don't neglect it too lontr. Get

groves bring In an annual Incomeof was a renewed desire to work lmlUlWlllillUullillljjmiIJjl a box of BROMO QUtNlM. 30c.Th .
about 425.000, scarcely a farm harder the coming semester. HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
Buck-are you a mechanic? I .box bear*, .C ITk fithia /
can be found that does not Include aisnaturfffirff2'l Vf'
pecans. ( Glenn-No I'm a McMillan. The total value of seven utility
1
The amusements of Starke are: plants In the state of Florida is Proven Merit since 1889 MARK Lga.
: If it wasn't for Christmas holi- 1155,230.000
Theater at the end of 1927
fishing, boating, bathing
days we wouldn't appreciate the according to facts and STARKE
and lake resorts. figures as FLORIDA WATCH YOUR TONGUE
restfulness 01 hard
study.
given by the
Schools: Accredited high school Information bureau Represent the Beet
i and grammar school. I. tcently and the figures did not In- Leading Insurance Companies It It'. 8oated. It your stomach la

Mercantile, modern* store' with ba.d/1itvw Writing.,, cauId lines. wouldn't r , the gas plants, street rail- I FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS bllioual our. If you take have a Lana'headaches. Pill] If tonl..ht.you'reLANE'S Relieve the conga 'IIi'
complete'and. way telephone telegr&ph r ou'll Ie.1 better tomorrow, '
up-to-daU. or railoads. -
'line. o U D.PI1>>slaal.J education.average., JUDE: PR03IPTLY prevents comphcaband
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.\ JANUARY 27. 192M BIt\DFOItD COUNTY TITLE R.\PU, RT\RXJ.1, FI.ORJD.\ .

--- .. -- -. .. .- .-- ---- ----- ---.-----.---- --. .. .. PAl1Ia THRtIi! --
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........................ wood and other points in Southern 1
f BROOKER part of state. j-I Business Born in Loft Now World's Largest of Us Kind l i

Newt Florida in Short Paragraph/ : : Mile Beth Wimberly and C. 'M.Grlftls .
Mlu LoU (..In.r, were visitors to Lawtey
........................ Friday.Mr. r-P +a>Trn+h'v cr

and Mrs. N. T. Green and ra
Brooker Jan. 27.
Tlie
-
carpen- baby and Miss Freddy Wlmberlyot

[Live State NewsTOLD I ters have completed their work on Starke spent Sunday here with

the new school building. There relatives.Mr. .

was an entertainment in the school and Mrs. Ira Robbins of \

house last Friday V two o'clock. South Vienna. Ohio, and Karl Har-

The following program was car- rla.pt Springfield, Ohio were the
BY OUR EXCHANGES ried out: guests of H. C. Wlmberly and fam-

Music by Twlnn Bro., orchestra ily Saturday. They motored( here

------- _.-_---_..__...!.._----- from Albany, Nebraska. and l left Springfield morning, arriving f
'J' Speaking by Mr. Klckllter. In Jacksonville Friday night ;
llahasseeTick
eradication and that
seven projects
previouslylet
and
Speaking by Mr. Kimball. made several stops enroute.
>rs In Florida dipped or In'l'd were 100 percent complete up Speaking by Mr. Wiggins. : They have, gone from here to Or- '1.I 1.\

91,192 cattle, or 9,741 to that time. Songs by school; the boosting lando and Tampa and will visit
and "My West Palm Beach and Miami and I
a of stock, during the month song Country 4Tla of
Tallllhasseever 21,000,000 Thee." points In West Florida before returning -
cember. This was shown toil -
gallons ot gasoline were consumed Speaking by Contractor Mr. home. ,
the monthly report 6f the Berg Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott, Misses
In Florida by motor vehicle owners -
Department of Agriculture's Everybody present seemed to Myrtle and Virgie Grtffls, Mr. and

U *,11 of Animal Industry, at.. during the month of December like the way that the building was Mrs. Pasco Griffin and C. M. GrilDs

i .; mvllle.Jlahaasee. the monthly report of ,the State built and hope that it would be attended the show at Lawtey Monday Y4
I Department of Agriculture shows.
night.
seated soon, that we may begin Sf
-The latest agrlal During the same mo nth, 3,131- school in It. tAll Mr E. Bell of Jacksonville and
505( I gallons ot kerosene used
and industrial enumera.- were members of the school board Harry Jackson- Melrose visited
ls of Florida Just completed and 2,215 gallons of signal oil. The I were present. friends here Monday while en- :-

jpe given to the printer shortly exact consumption of gasoline for I I Mr II. P. Gainey and Mr. Ben route homo from a trip to Jack- saeCALNMdr

,.vlll probably be available for the month was 21,021,609, with Pounds were visitors to Lake Butler sonville. j Mt
button some time during Dade, Hillsboro and Duval counties and Jacksonville last Wednes- r n -- ; ,
I ,1'
1JqKINq 'PQWO.C'CJMOI'IN'I" C'H'C'rifiQ 1'ltToRl' o 4
ary, it was announced at theu leading the state as usual in \nGlUmS: I:

of immigration, state, decent the order named. Dade county's day.Mr.. L. R. Gainey and Mr. II. CHICAGO-Baking powder wee responsible when he started hit had to collect forth Calumet Baking Powder Company occupied -
of agriculture. consumption was 2,726,022; lllllaborough'a P. Gainey were visitors to Gainesville Evergreen, Jan. 27.-Mr. and for hla rlae. first botch of baking powder he the largest factory of its kind

2,263,150 and Duval's Thursday. Mrs. Roy Saunders and children Thirty-nine year ago W. M. Wright sold before he could buy material In America. But after ten year this r

Krt Lauderdale Roosters 1876644. Hr. L. L. Morgan, Roswell Ward, ot Jacksonville, spent the weekend rented a tiny room In the loft of an for the next batch But b* had an, proved so Inadequate that a factory
old Chicago building and began to Infinite capacity for hard work, courage 400 time. the of
size the
//1 be as contraband as booze Lewiston Iluss, Carol and Casey here with Mrs. Saunders'mother. original
manufacture; baking powder. His factory and a determination to succeed.
the store-room built.
Leesburg-Peat fires along was This was followed
| the commission should Mrs. Maggie Forsythe.
lf city
Adkins all who have
been working
was a corner of the Ills
room. "CoIn petition 1* too keen In this by the Seaboard Air Line railway right- 4P
'twice more as It did Tuesday. on the railroad spen a few James Rosier J. D. and Cohen desk wall a plank thrown over the top bUHlnoM already," the wiseacres Of plant In Enst: St. Louis In 1030 and
of Le
rdlnance passed at first read- of-way in the city limits s- days here with friends and rela- Peeler were visitors to Jacksonville of a barrel. lOP warned him. the addition .6t a gigantic material ,

rovldlng penalties up to $100r burg have proved a puzzling prob- Saturday.Mrs. Now the business he started has But Mr. Wtlght was not to be factory at Jollet ?\U., with atoor\

) 60 days In Jail for posses- lem to the fire department for tives.Mr.. A. B. Surrency spent part of Hester Sapp Is spending/ a become the largest institution of Its scared off. He dreamed of a nnttoii- apace of more than 1,000,000 square
several days past r>y their tenacity kind In the world-the Calumet Baking wide Institution million
serving ot feet
the the
'jf such a bird, whose noc- last week In Georgia with relatives. few days at State Farm
suggesting the fuel qualities Powder Company which manufactures American hounvwlves. 80 he> pitched W. M Wright III 1
chairman of
now
jtl vocal demonstrations might Mr. Van Dukes of Five Mile guest of Mr. and Mrs. A, B. HOB- r
of Florida muck soil when partially Tt'.l\O.OOO! pounds cf the prod- In and made his dream come true. the bonrd of the Calumet Baking
I Jon neighbors nerves. from was a visitor here last Sunday. ler. uct with a retail scUlrg! value la *xccn Within a year after he started he Powder Company. Warren Wright, .
dry. Water was pumped
i Mr. and Mrs. K. A. We'eks Messrs. Cephus and Eugene of t3S 000,000 moved Into
were every year I larger Quarter. and hireda his son who started a* otnc boy
eland 'Galloway shipped :lake in city hall park for the extinction visitors to Starke Monday Sapp, ot Green cove: Springs, spent Mr. 'V' .Ight'* capital wo so slim c. uple of lieipcr. By looa the thlity-fW years ago Is president.

|ars of extra fine strawberries ot the flames, which were Among the sick this week are the week-end here the guests of -_.

esday to New York receiving ; difficult to control because of the Misses Elsie and Carneta Barry. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morgan. last Florida has -
week here the guest of Miss a county named for Bunnell---New Dixie Highway
in which they .burrowed un-
|ota' a quart t. o. b. The carsd way from We all wish them a speedy recov- o Eugene .F rsythe spent Thursday Lucile Forsythe, an animal: this Is Manatee county 1 betweeathere p
Smoke and Pelllcer
derneath the surface. Creek
8,960 quarts which netted night of last week in Lawteythe I
the fires was the source ot considerable -| ery.Mr. ot Monroe and ERle!: Harris of Ella. named after a pacullr warm- 15 mllns south of St. Poterburg "
Claude Rowe.
rowers $4,460. Ihls ship- Mosley; from Ocala, who is guest bree, were the of blooded water mammal native ot i
another the first of the discomfort to persons living Messrs. B. E. and R. S. Rosier guests Miss Leila completed 1
j with much I traveling for the Swift & Co., was Wilkinson Sunday.J. Florida A raro creature that lives
(makes a total of I7.43S paid in the vicinity, and caused attending to business here last were visitors to Starke Sunday. lluunelt $100.000
H. Sapp of Fairbanks In the river and bays of the state, new waterworks tl
from strangers passing spent
this Inquiry Mr and Mrs. Levy Norman and
Galloway berry growers through. !Thursday and Friday. the week-end here the guest of It attains a length of eleven feet system here placed in op.

i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover and baby were guests' of Mrs. Norman's friends and* relatives. and Is harmless. oration

The city ordinance daughter, of.New River were visitors grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Umatllla-.Work on Thos. Towler' Immokalee--Work begun erecting .
fasota--Straw bat season inlota Jacksonville- here Friday.Mr. Rosier Sunday. West Palm Beach
of -Temporary & new automobile station In section houses at Banana new.
has been officially declareD dealers requiring operating the licensing in the city produce was Harold Wall ot Starke was a Little Miss Rosa Mae Rowe of tracks to be constructed to docksof North Umatilla progressing rapidly ly named station on A. C. L. 13.
by the chmber of coma visitor here Friday.Mr. Lawtey spent Thursday night of port of Palm Beach. I miles south of here.
circuit court by
and all citizens of Sarasota held in Duval I and Mrs. Hogan Smith and -- uPPANAM
|*.been requested to doff the Judge DeWitt T. Gray The or- children and Mr. Knabb of Starke J.
the city council -
by
dinance, passed I
*r felts and caps and don were visitors here Sunday after-
recently was intended to protect -
Scores respondede
raw hats.
first call. According to the local wholesale dealers from said. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. R. E. L. Greene

|ber of commerce the straw wholesale peddlers attorney and Russell Green, were visiting
The ordinance fixes nominal fees r
in Florida should cf-
[Oaaon friends in Gainesville Sunday af
begin on Jan. 15 and "con- for local wholesalers distributing ternoon. I
produce grown by themselves in I IJ
thereafter. Mrs Hardy Thomas of Gainesville J oil

Duval county or Florida but requires motor was developed time you see a Pan"Am
f spent this week with friends NEXT
Plahassee-The Florida rail- a license of $259 a year and relatives here. motors the extra look at the gasoline in the n
,
from peddlers who sell produce protection they need because higher
Wednesday vidblebowl.Noteitscrystalclearcolorspeeds.
commission
I I Mr. Clyde Kelly, Miss Oracle
ed the Tampa and St. Peters- grown outside this state or who resell Green, Mr. Roy Greene, MelbreaI Increased engine heat. It is re the absence of any dirt or foreign ,
purchasedfrom
!,Bridge Company a reahearthe Florida Florida growers.products I I Hodges and Lesly Greene were at- fined from paraffin base crudes that matter. This gasoline is clean I' It. is

i applicationvof the latter tendants to a party In Union county produce a tougher oiL processed with unusual care to remove
Its toll
permission to increase M
over the Gandy bridge. The Fernandina-With the state Mr.last A.Saturday L. Green night.was transact- That is why Pan-Am holds its body thecarbon-formingelements found in tnt

ring will be held Jan. 30 ata. Democratic executive committee ing business in Lake Butler Saturday under punishment that soon breaks I many gasolines on the market today. nl

| The commission sometime convening in this city January that 27, morning.Mr. down less hardy oils. It keeps the hot '
made
Rented the company's petition announcement is being Cham- R. II. Greene was transacting test friction spots I in any motor safe from That means a motor clean as a whistle tie
reuhearlng. A material de- members of the Fernandina for tip-top performance! It less
[ business in Starko last Satur- destructive wear-seals means nub'
the ber ot Commerce have completed extra power in
In traffic was given as carbon trouble and knocking wealth
for free transportation day.We the cylinders- dilution
arrangements and
prevents
rehearingonth.
for granting the wish to thank dear
our of
of cummltteemen from fouling. Yet extra power for both the quick start t
Pan-Am
!friends who kindly assisted, us during : actually costs you
flaming Park Jacksonville to this less than and the long pull-and mileage '
the Illness and death ot our, ordinary motor oil, because<<:
Kama CitySeven workmen city by- the local bus line, three for dear beloved mother. Mr. and it stays on the job long after others economy such as you have never baII
been chartered
,rowned here Thursday when buses having Mrs. O. W. Thomas. thin to the danger known before. .
{Coining on which they were the day with drivers Instructed to point. I t Lr

ng over St. Andrew's bay leave Jacksonville on every hour ..N1NN1t....N..rrC :H:

way, hurling them Into the for this city. Local civic bodiesare w 1 1e
| .,
the chamber of com- IIIGJILANI
assisting
K Six of the seven came here
men were merce in providing suitable enter- :MU M. B. lllrks. Cob '
Minnesota. The with the local yel/yf SAFE CLEAN : aril
era of a steel rlvertlng crew tainment features ........................ 1
named as soy
livere busy on a temporary Day Scouts club being.
lid on the Alfred Du Pont official traffic officers for the day. Highland, Jan. 24th.-Mr. and ...

n, which is under construc- While the state session will be Mrs. R. D. Lang are announcingthe ,

B The men were all inside a held in the main auditorium of the arrival of a ten pound baby

hull of a' pier when It gave new school building, special com- boy on Tuesday the 17th. oil ; gasoline

Hurling them into 50 feet of mittee meetings will be conductedat Mr Nelson Green and baby and ,
chance of the Keystone hotel prior to the Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and Ileac
K There was no i J Ji
.
M as the accident occurredhe noon day sea food' luncheon. baby of Starke Wednesday.Mrs. were guests. of thaWlmberly's n ,I ,. I ell-,'

middle. of.the.bay. Six Governors of the state have W._M. Ferris attended the .. rrt:111a

i .After he had stopped been honored by having counties funeral of Mrs. Victoria Frigo In
ring named for them. They are, Brow- Jacksonville! Wednesday.

Ing for more than turned five blue mln- ard, Duval, Gllchrist, Hardee. Mr. Stanley Davis returned Sat- '
nd his face had
e, two-year-old son of Chief I Jackson and Martin. urday from a visit to Miami Wild- to meet 1

lice and Mrs: Thomas Wor- I .

[vas artificial brought reptratlon back to and lifeh Disclosure of World War Secrets .

'
Be of oxygen.: The youngster Follows Army Officer's
ken to the Mitchell hospital Inquiry
light, sugerlng from an acute r demands (ho
Aft-r years spent In Investigation new :
K diphtheria and a short time motoring
m stopped breathing. Dr. BrlKndler( General Henry J. Belli; na i I

11 made an Incision In theftpe announced the result of an Inquire 'LOI

and Inserted' a. tube toM Into hitherto burled facts concernIng

child In breathing, and atPlng America's participation In the w f t 4
artificial respiration adAfered world war Increased engine speeds higher Many a kind that might have filled ;t

oxygen during the re- Sent abroad to go to origin :
cr of the' night. sources to sift out the truth from the compressions have put new dethe bill a few years ago can't demands e

great most of propaganda exaggera
jrta and on motor oil and gasoline liver i
EChulaTaking Its place tlon Half-truths.ths'flrst General Boillidleclo.ee ample protection and power
for Urns the aecr.lmaneuvers
with citrus packing lutn111 behind the line. in today's motors.
work and other manufac-
General Peribing had to Bghl to
K 4 cultery making haa just have an'American Army at all. be

Established In Wauehula.. declare.. In the fret of his lerlea o.artlcl. But take

Rphnson Cutlery Work haa .. appearing In Hearst's Inter Lid you no costly chances lllq

y been formed here'' and has national Cosmopolitan. Tb Alll. when Pan-Am
use gasolineand
m begun operations. The wanted to use American soldier a. you
mere replacement and laborer
troop.
Kan* to employ six or eight In British. French and Italian_ dlvl motor oil.
weeks. J. :
thin the next few Ions.

nson: 4s president of "theKnd "Tha hardest fight faced by Gen

J, G. Anderson viceBit eral] Fershlng during the war." write Fill up today at the first Pan-Am
and nalea manager.of General Rellly, "was that which h- I :r

of various kinds will be had to wag continuously to ace thai r' PAN-AM You be '
is pump you see. can sure of .
tured In the plant here our men were organized .Into and

trlb'uted to all parts of the fought a. an American Army Instead n 1 'honest service /nm Pan-Am
of being used a* replacement' for'the any
British and French armlet GENERAL AS.HIN6ton.
H . dealer. And know
"Despite the danger, and at time who told the War Department.The you that the m ,
Hhassee- -The state of Flor- almost the certainty of hi. removal Department cabled General
Bring 1927, let road and General 'Pershlng nrver faltered until Pershlng. products he sells are producedand

contracts Involving an eiBre an American Army under the American "Hera again tba General showed

of 13926983.25, ac- Hag and led by American officers the stun of wblcb ba was mad. No and distributed by one reliable or .
j to figures announced at throughout wes at grip on the battlefield complaint behind Clemenceau'a back;
The with tli. enemy." no beating about the bush I Ha simply ganization.
jte road department. There are other startling disclosures. : wrote Clemenceau stating that
is called for the construe- The British went rebind Perib- any difference between himself and ,
725.10 nflles of highway Ing'. back direct to President Wilson tb* Preach bad better be fought out
,371 feet of bridges. VlrBhe aDd sought to 0....Pennine: power In Prance and) not carried to Wash
entire state was covered broken because tie refused to accede ington. Clemenceau tent a hot
wards. Another complla- to their wishes.Clamaocaau reply.It .- Pan c/4merioin Petroleum Corporation

nounced by the department cabled to Washington ... only bcaua of. Penttng's

hat up to Oct. 21st of last that Penning: could not get along eourageou determination to baa a t-j
with the French, OanaraJ Petala: The real American army that the AlUaa
e state had 1757.4 miles '"Tiger cabled Monsieur Jusmrand.tba were able to win the war, UanaraJ

(-surfaced highways and French Ambassador at Wuhlcg- Re1U,'. inquiry dlaoloaaaC: ,
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FOCR __ TELfctmAPH. STAUKE. : )Ay.. JANUARY
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.- :MUM. JOHN tXHAnV GIVKH IT. I>. C.MEETiNtI: Mr. PW.. Cadman, of Keystone -:.- ., _,.All .. .. n TI _

1)f;JHTKUL LUNCHEON; Height

The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the Guests registered at Keystone I
c.i.a..tI
c> inn during the week are: II
The pretty home of Mr. and United Daughters of the Confed- I
Fred L. Lord, Meadville, Pa.; Ji.ConVjenieince I .
Mrs. John Uglow was the scene of eracy will hold their regular meet- I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walker, Jr..,
:> 47ut u elJ a most enjoyable luncheon, givenon
I GP Ing Wednesday afternoon, Feb Meadville, Pa.; A. Kinder, Mead-
Tuesday, Jan. 24th Mrs. !
by hat 3:30 o'clock, at the home of ville, Pa.; R. M. Evans, Talla- :
Uglow end daughter, Miss Carrie
.
Mrs. L. A. Davis All membersare hassee; P.L. Tippins, Green Cove ,. ... Uglow. the date being the occasion. -. ,,.*>$ '.. I
.' cordially: urged to be Springs; Edgar Huldekoper, Mead- 'w"
Phone 29 of Mr. Uglow's birthday. The present
ville, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Cur- II
table was loaded to with
capacity tis, Franklin, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.J. I
I'' the good things to eat for which
A. Cbudwlck and son, Gainesville -, ....... ,
TRI-COCXTY FKOKIIA1IOV I'MOV TKMPKKANCKMIHTI.CI : Mrs. Uglow; is so justly noted.: I ; B. R. Weld, Penney Farms; I

JMKKIS: I.V lAKi: IlL'TI.KIt : Covers were laid for nine. Those LOCAL. B. A. Younker, New York City; S. Conveniently carried in the ordinary I
present were Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Younker purse
PENIlVCMr. New York City; M. I
The Lake Butler Woman's Club All the churches will In Tucker Mrs. Victoria Smith, Ak-
join a Ha-usen New York City. .easier to handle than a lot of
ready
wag hostess at u meeting of the Union Temperance meeting Sunday ron, Mich.; Mrs. F. S. Hewke: Dr. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Porter, Jack- cash I

Tri-County Federation of Woman's night Feb Bth, at the Baptist and !Mrs. Edwin Souther Mrs. Ug '
sonville; Mr. and Mra. L. R. Wil Check Book is indispensable 'I
a theI
Clubs, composed of the organizations church. low Miss Carrie Uglow and the and Mrs. L. .A. Davis spent Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Dr. to

of Bradford, Union and Baker guest of honor Mr. John Uglow. Tuesday In Jacksonville.
Thin wll be an important meet- Tharpe, Brooklyn, N. Y. modern woman shopper. What's more it
counties at the club room last Ing as the primary election Is not The favors on each plate were Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrenceand I gives
Friday afternoon. The room was freshly picked tweet violets from Now is the time to build your
should become
far off and good men Mrs. Lawrence's mother
arrived her record and for
beautifully decorated with pot Interested to stand for elect Mrs. Uglow's) own garden.Mr. boat. Cypress lumber in stock at their home In Keystone a a receipt every expend-!

plants and poinsettias for the oc- ,tlon; there are plenty of the other Uglow was pleasantly remembered Quigley & Davis. Heights from Hendersonvllle, N.. ture. .

casion. The session was openedby .kind. with appropriate tokens C., on Friday, Jan. 20th.
the singing of "Suwannee River and expressed timely remarks of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hitch spent .

," folowed by the reading of good wlrfliea by Dr. Tucker, and Monday and Tuesday in Pamana '
INFANT Pitfl.: )CliOOL CON.FEitINCJ MANNER: HEADER: IN CTARKE Join the rapidly growing number of
"Collect" ; others. After luncheon kodaking City attending to business. women ,
: : ; ; AT WOMAN'S: CLUI1I

The welcome address was delivered was Indulged in, wherein all were Dear Sirs: Please, send. our pa- depositors of this 'Bank who are finding :

by Mrs. J. E. Malnon, president I The State jrd""of Health, assisted "shot." En masse, fololwlng which Volley Manning and L. E. Mose- per to Stajke. Fla., Route A. Box: that ,

: of the local club and/ was by the Woman's Club of the guest were treated to beauti- ley of the state farm Ralford, 46A. Have moved from Dade Cityto paying by check saves countless moments of'I .1

responded to by Mrs. Inmun president -| Starke will put on a free Infant ful musical selections with Mrs. were visitors In Starke and Hamp- Starke. This Is a good place.

of the Starke club Mrs. F. J. Pre-School Conference on Thursday Tucker at the piano. A classic ton Sunday afternoon.. The land is level and good dark time and furnishes an undisputable proof :

Morrison of alacclenny favored the February 9th. reading by Dr. Southers and kind-' mellow soil. The water is clear of i .

audience with a beautiful piano This conference will be held In ly wishes to "mine hosts" concluded : Large stock of front and French' and cool as.ice water. It is good payment. I

selection. An Interesting paperon the Woman's Club from one to dvep. a most delightful luncheon session doors at special prices. Quigley & here for truck, strawberries and II I II

.club work was read by Mrs m. All mothers of babies and Davis. pecans, and I suppose, general /.

John Schnabel president of the small children are cordially: invited .- Farming. Our location is near I 4

federation. An Instructive talk to come and bring their little W. M. ASSOCIATIONAL Mrs. J, S. Butler, Miss Alice Hellbronn Springs, noted for its ,.1

vac given by Mrs. McDowell of ones MEETING: : Fernandez John Powell and Wes- fine water. They sell the waterto KNOW THAT CONFIDENCE :

Lake Butler. In a round-table I ley Stearns were visitors to Jack-: the residents of Starke and oth-

discussion the subject of "How to HIIITIHUV PARTY The all-day meeting of the New sonville Tuesday.. er places. I believe this a good OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH THE !

Improve the Health of the Under- River Baptist Association women fruit section. I have not seen ,w
nourished Child" wan presented. I workers convened at Corinth New Garden and Field Seeds at much of the country as we have

Interesting reports were given of tattle Miss Frances Lee Peek church: as' scheduled SaturdayJan. White's. 1-27-41 only been here a few days. We

the work done by the clubs repre- entertained a number of her 21st. and the entire programwas saw some beautiful country: com-
sentod. : friends at her home Saturday afternoon carried Mrs J. M. Alvarez and daughter,,
: out as planned and ing up, came through Ocala and
It was decided that the federation with a lovely party In boor given In this paper last week. Mrs. David A, Montelth. were visi- followed the Jacksonville highway, BANK OF STARKEA I
of her eighth birthday anniver- Wednesday.Mr. .
meeting be held on the second The meeting was presided over tors to Jacksonville saw some of the tallest palm trees

Friday of every May and Novem- sary. by Mrs. W. J, Epperson the efficient near CUrl I eversaw. Passed -an
ber, and that next meeting be held 1 Decorations OT pin and white president and there were and Mrs. G. M. Inman and orange grove that had many palmsIn ROLL OF HONOR BANKE. K

In Marclenny, when officers will were used effectively In the dining four Missionary' Unions represented -. children motored to Green Cove it. There were orange trees and S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier

be elected. The program closed room, the dining table being beau- Starke. Corinth, Lawtey and Springs Sunday. Mr. Inman left palms all together. It made a ,

with a piano duet by Misses Viv- tifully appointed and having in the Pine Level. Several ministers Green Cove by train for Orlandoto pretty showing, if I was gifted

ian and Nettlemae Fowler. A love- 'center: a white birthday cake with were also present. attend business in Wiat city, returning with art of Mr. T. (c. b. t.) I coulddo .

servedby eight pink 'candles. Mrs. W A Brothers who took to Starke Monday. ..----- -------0-0----
ly chicken salad course: Wall the trip justice, but my pen ;
> the hostesses, Mesdames O. A Games were played throughout Mrs. O'Kelley's place on the-pro- Is not so eloquent. I think we will r-

Epperson. J. M. Mann, E. A. McDowell the afternoon and at the close de- tram and Mrs. Brlnson McGowen, J. Van Rowe Grand; Master I. like our new home, but I believe ........................ this week with her cousin Jij

T. J. Townsend, Gordon licious refgreshments of cake: and both of" Jacksonville, added much O. O. F., of Tampa, J. W. Cardy Pasco Is more perfect and this Myrie Varnes at Starke

and Miss Hattie Fowler. Ice cream: and home-made candy to the meeting by their presenceand District Deputy Grand Master, and country can not equal It in scenic : SAMPSON CITYCleo : Misses

The visiting members of the were served by Sinclair Peek and Inspirational talks W. L. Booth of Gainesville attended beauty. I believe there is pine and Thomas Cleo Thomas and Mjr:|

Mrs John Dorothy Hitch. The little hostess Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. the reorganization and Installation lee Wynn attended the B y,
: club and
Mace.lenny were cypress trees all grow4ng together .
Num- .....N.....N.N.....
Schnabel. Mrs. W. A. Dopson Mrs received on auundance of lovely G. C. White gave, Interestingtalks of officers: of May Lodge here. Anyone can: make a good U, at Lawtey Sunday night

Barber Mrs. Williams, Mrs. gifts on this occasion. on Stewardship. A vital subject ber 10, I. O. O. F., Tuesday evening living here If they have some back- Sampson City, Jan. 27Rev. Miss Fances Myree was rlrib

lodges/ and Mrs. Wolfe. The Enjoying the afternoon were: | especially at this time In the Ing. Excellent for hogs, chickens: Dock Croulse of Lake Butler held here Sunday.Mr. .

Starke guests were Mrs. Inman, Juanita Barefoot, Helen and MarIon state work. etc. services here Sunday, Dock Brown and fanf
president; Mrs. Wainwright, Mrs. Dowling, Clara Flume, Katie The organization of the Girls' Special prices on hl;h grade Wishing I were visitors here Sunday
success,
you am yours Mr, Cason and
E M, Rooks and Mrs. J. S. Butler, Fugate, Lillian Stump, Edna Auxiliaries took up a good partof lumber'' of all. kinds. Quigley & Da- Sincerely family were visi- .-

Union County Times. I I I Pearce, Ruth Wyman, Lillian the afternoon session, and much vis. Miss Mamie Monroe. tors here Sunday Pensacola is making a bid I ll

-_. .._. Sternberg, Vonda Inman, Carol good is anticipated through this -Dade City Banner. Mr. Lester Kite and Mlllard industries and especially then(

ItlRTHDAY I'AKTV FOR and Dorothy White, Elaine Edwards organization of the young people Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Futch and Varnes had a business trip to tile Industries that are turning 1

HUSH CAIUUK IIUTTO I Mary Harriet Bishop, Vera In the different churches.l: eons, Merrill' and Mack, and Mrs Florida has 30,000 lakes, from Starke Wednesday.Miss ward the south in greater nuns.

I Claire Robinson, L'Ktta Corpenlng, One of the elaborate dinners for Q. M.\ Siatrunk were guests of Mr. .he second largest lake fully within Cleo Thomas and Miss every year. Pensacola offers mi! |

Miss Carrie Hutto entertainedwith 'Virginia I Alvarez, Martha Hemingway which Corinth is noted was served and Mrs Cyrus H Slstrunk In the confines: of thu United Statesto Marylee Wynn from Hampton Inducements for Industries or.

a lovely In honor of Miriam FIncher, Bessie at the noon hour and attested to Jacksonville, Tuesday lakes an acres In extent-clear spent the week-end with their kinds and will get her share i
party
her fourteeenth birthday anniver- Varnes, Carmen Toole, Clarice the whole-hearted manner these -J, sprlngfed bodies of water teeming aunt, Mrs. J. T. Uulgley at Starke. consistent advertising of her ,

cary: at her homey last Friday eve-I'GUI'' Billy Long Billy Powell Emmett good people do things. All togeth. Mrs. J. S. Balsden and little with fish. Miss Ethel Varnes Is spending sources and advantages.

ning. ...- Perryman, Elbert Edwards, er the day was a profitable one in son, Ralph'Lee, Mrs. Lee and;Miss -

A color sceme: of pink and white :'I Buddy Bishop, Leslie Biggs, Ed- .he New River Association work. Lllah Muller.'wbo have been visit a w

carried out in ward Raymond and Edward Green. ing1 Mr and Mrs. W. W. Baisden,
was : very effectively I
the decorations usod about the I MIHHIOVARY PAGEANT left foi4 thelp'-hsme In Pensacola
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. .. _1.1';
rooms. On the dining table was ;Thursday., .d.,, t ,,
the '
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:placed a large white birthday cake: The Christian Endeavor Society Members Christian En-
with fourteen lighted tapers of deavor of the Presbyterian church, ..N.N....+.NNNNNKeystone *
of the Presbyterian meets .
under the direction of thepresi
pink. Games were played and -
every "Sunday evening at 6:30: p. Heights :
string music furnished by Misses 'dent, Joe Oliver presented a Mis- :
Sunlnhlne and Mildred Hundley m. The program for Sunday eve- sionary' !Pageant Wednesday evening HIM Helen O.den. Cor. .
ning will be led by Miss Edna Hut: .
and Luara Newell and John James to. Denominational Day will be I after the regular prayer ........................

Rooks was enjoyed throughout the observed and all members are meetlug service. Keystone Heights, Jan. 27.-Mr. a..s
The foreigners( with'appropriate
evening. : urged to be and Mrs. Louis Walker and Dr.

At the close of the evening the I Visitors always present.welcomed.Joe :dress rostrum, took, followed their by places the mission on the and Mrs. Bruce, Gamble of Mead- 4e; ? ::4; : ; ; "
hostess served refreshments of hot
reached
|I 13. Oliver, Pres. vllle Pa., Keystone _
aries
to each country: who In turn
chocolate with marshmallows and Heights Wednesday, Jan. 18th to
delicious cake.: She was assistedin It. X, C. ('..un lighted the candles of each, rep-' spend the remainder of the winter.

looking; after the pleasure of Miss MyrUce Jackson entertained resenting the enlightenment of the .Dr. and Mrs. Gamble have spent

her her the members of the D. N. C. foreigners by the missionaries.Dr. .
guests by sister !MUm Edna: several winters In Keystone

Hutto and Miss Elizabeth WIl- Club at the home of Mrs. A. Z. Tucker gave brief summariesof Heights[ where they own a lovely 'sr--t
liams.. Adklns Tuesday evening. the missionary work done In home. -
'I If enjoyed during the each of the five countries represented -1
Enjoying the evening werei: I Sewing was a
Walter A. Cadman, who recent. .
Misses Annie May and Mary evening and at the close the hos- Representative foreignersand *.
missionaries of each of the ly spent three weeks.in Keystone '
Pearce, Sunshine and Mildred tess served a delicious shrimp salad \: _
Heights at the home of his
par
i! ,
Hundley Laura Newell, Evelyn I course with hot tea. countries were as follows: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cadman, ,. e ,"".t' '. -4" ,
: ;
and II I Enjoying<: the evening with Miss Mexico-Joe Oliver Miss Ruth 0-., .. t .'. ,
Marjorie Stump, Bun ale Ca- left Monday for Providence, R. I., ." '<"'' ., ." ., ." "
Marthar Powell Jackson were: Misses Ethel Orlf- Guest, missionary. 'v \.,-r' :t .. .
nofa, Lola I.i\ng, after a short visit there be will '" ....."t\ ..N .. : ''-
,:f. ,
China-Miss Estelle Kendrick. .p fi: "" 'y' ?' ,
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Fenella, Snyder, Thelma _Seals, fine Margaret Long. Merwyn Jack- Miss! Gussle Mae Bennett, missionary. report for duty'on the submarinebase :..,. : : '.':('.,;',' ,"< 4;'tr .....'; Yi" .: 11\
Margaret'Williams Madge Middleton, Florence ; "
; Etholln White son "
In New London Conn. Mr. N1 N<"'" "h ;:r_ ;f ;; ., ,: ::' 'Y' ,,':
Elizabeth, .. Uliains, Edna Hutto. Matthews and Sara Mal pas, Cadman, who was In convoy ser t ; .. ;,1t ) "' f. Kt'.J Aj 1.: V t; : '; """ .
: )$ .t \ 'J. '
Africa Miss Edna Hutto. .. ..
Miss ; .
', y : "<. '' '
Marguerite .. : .
Prevail, Melba Silcox vice the has been in .........'-'','<'''n' '',' l/i.. '." '.. ,i. : ::s.' y... ,
during war, ,
and nUILU-AUXII.I\HY Elizabeth Williams, missionary, .., '.. <.'.. !el ;" '> Yancy Williams Palmer Williams ,' >, .
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MEETING Japan-Wesley Bryan. Miss navy for a number of year besides _a...'0" ..... -'tJ
John James Rooks, A. P. .
having spent two years In air ser
and T. F. Hutto. Beatrice Bullen, missionary.
Ladles of the Guild-Auxiliary of Hindustan -' Ernest Wilmot vice.Mr.

B. Y. 1U.. UUO1UJAN1/KI: the St. Mark's Episcopal church: Miss Laura Newell missionary. and Mrs. James C. Mouser of Modern Pavements

held theIr' regular meeting Montday Messrs. John :Powell and Wesley Jacksonville spent the weekendin

afternoon with Mrs. R, S. Stearns sang ft1 beautiful duet, Keystone Heights, at the home ,
Sunday evening at 6:30. the
: Carleton at the rectory. "Open Mine Eyes." Mrs. W. E. of Mr. Houser'a parents, Mr. and
young people of the church
Baptist
met and reorganized a Senior Sewing for the benefit of the Davlu presided at the pipe organ Mrs. J. H. Houser. for Modern Traffic
]
Intermediate B. Y. P. U. guild was pleasantly Indulged in This program was carried out W. H. Ogden returned Tues-

Officers were elected follows throughout the afternoon and at splendidly In every detail and was day from a two-day business trip
, as : the close, Mrs. Carleton served to Jacksonville.Mr. .
President, Ruth Quest Vice Presi- very enjoyable as well as benefi
; her guests a delicious fruit salad and"Mrs. 'C. C. Moore left
dent, Miss Caraway; Corresponding course with coffee.: cial. Keystone Heights Friday, Jan '20, r I N LIVE OAK, as in more than 40 other Florida -
-
Recording Secretary Secretary, Aubrey, Eunice Penney Per-; Enjoying the afternoon were: JUDGE ,\N)) MUM ADKIXS for Plant City, where Mr. Moore I '),1\," municipalities, pavements of portland
Mesdames J. L. Frazee, J. C. Hoover ENTERTAIN: : has secured the contract for a new
kins; Treasurer, George Raymond cement concrete their
; are proving complete
C. "lt.
W E. Butler C. H. Marks ,!. .
Pianist. Thelma Andreu and road.Mr. '
Chorister, Mr. Butler ; A. Futch G. M. Sistrunk, C. F. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns entertained and Mrs Wesley Goodrich, suitability to the demands of modern traffic.

Forty-three members I Hoover R J. Davis, Crews and E. : with a lovely dinner par of Miami spent Sunday in Key- ., .

present and more are expected.All were. A. Towle. ty at their attractive home Friday stone Heights as the guest of Mrs. :::?': For residence 'sections and commercial districts -
The meeting next Monday will evening. Covers were laid for Ooodrlch'a aunt Mrs. Ella Bird. ;'.

long to young some people other who union do are not cordially :be-- be with Mrs. R. J. Davis at her twelve at the perfectly appointed While here Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich ',. ,\,.: : > ?, alike, concrete is the ideal paving mat -

home. table where the delectable five- visited the studio of Mr. C. II. .
Invited to attend and assist : < *** "a"i '- terial. It is rigid and unyielding therefore it
course dinner was served. Dainty Clark and purchased one of his : : ,
In the great work, which the young MRS. TUCKER : :
people have planned for the future. KMTRUTAINS fern and narcissi were arranged paintings.Dr. !9 <|;:-. '. : remains true and even-surfaced.
artistically and unique place cards George W. Mead Mr. and '
Eunice Perkins ,' 'tdi ,
Sec. Mrs. H. A. Tucker: entertainedthe \J
characteristic: of the individualwere Mrs. Sidney Hart, Miss Glbbs. Mr. : '
."' "
The
ministers' wives last Thurs x': I .t ;concrete street is economical to build costs
)(ISio Jean-
IOX.\l1YITlSO: : used effectively. and Mrs. J. E. Larsen, Miss .
day at a one o'clock: dinner.Dr. Afterwards three tables were nette Lawrence. and Dr. Benj. R. .M w least to maintain-and is safest wet or dry.
Tucker being the only ,
gen- for : Weld, were guests, at at banquet .
The four circles of the Woman's tleman present, acted as toast- arranged bridge. At the close Agrr ,' .."

Missionary Society of the First master at the table. He gave the of the progressions, high score for given by ,the League of American .- t. When you repave, or widen your streets do
Penwomen at the Oceana Grama- ,
Baptist the ladles was won by Mrs.\ H. V. '
Church
held their regular subjects: ,, .1' "
Knight who tan Hotel at Daytona Beach on 4: 'it with portland cement
business and program meeting at "The Joys of Being!: a minister's was given a lovely : ; .. concrete.
Colonial Saturday Jan. 21. Dr. Mead, as ;" ,
the girl pin cushion. Mr. ,
church Monday afternoon, with wife."-MrsMrs. E. M. Rooks. i tfJ "' u' : i.l'. ) u':'
sixteen members George Harusberger held high for president of the Florida Chautau- ,. .
present. "Training boys In the minister'shome.Mrs. i t
Mrs. Q. W. Alderman the the men and received an ash tray qua, was In charge of that part of ". PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
presi- P.
dent, was In charge: of the business "Training husbands O. Raymond.-the min Enjoying the hospitality of Mr. the program devoted to an explanation ,I' .' .".::;:; a..; 521 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville Florida

meeting and at the close of the l ister."-Mrs. Tucker. and Mrs. Adklna were: Mr. and of the purpose and alma ..
business. Mrs. M. C. Stlth Mra. II. V. Knight, Misses Myrtlca of the Chautauqua. Speakers from
took
"Fifty In Rtarke.!
years
charge of the splendid program Mrs. L. W. Klckllter.ago and Merwyn Jackson Ethel Griffin Keystone Heights were: Mr. Hart. PORTLAND C' \

which was given by Circle Number "Ministers', wives In general- and Margaret Long, Messers. Mr. Larson ,Dr. Weld, and Dr. "ij'J

Three. Taking part In the their duties pleasures, etc."-Mrs. Georgia. Harnesberger Johnny Abbot Mead.
program were: Misses Inea Abernathy Carleton. Teltalr Long and Powell Car- Mrs. Dr. Thorpe of Brooklyn

and Louise Carroway and Each penter. N Y, arrived In Keystone Heights
lady responded remarkably Cc'.NCKE'T'Y
Mesdames J. M. Brownlee and Thursday, Jan. 19th for the Chau-
well. The afternoon
was Groveland
--Bids will be received
Johnson. Miss tauqua season.
Martha Rrownleegav
an laurestlng ciutlon ot spent In sewing and pleasant conversation shortly for surfacing stretch between Mr. and 4rs. L. R. Wilson of .
poem, a closing a lovely day here and Polk county line bt
"
Washington. D.
G., are cvieal at h
with Mr.. Tucker i' T 'tn L"1
.
on Stato Road No. 3A. the )t"me of Mr. WlUoo's e1., .. .o.. "!"!! r... .:'. ._ e.JC ,e.

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JANUARY ST.' :ioas BRADFORD COUNTY TFJLEGUAril, 8TARKH, FLORIDA

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wursnnunmununpasuWrs'aeumw Col. J. II. Williams of Lake Butler We are unable to announce many
I THRU
was a business visitor in of the Itargalna to be luul at the

I Starke Tuesday.T. Silver Jubilee Blrtlulay S+do. Look

of at our window anil coma In our GROCERY BARGAINSOur !

E. Marshall of Lawtey. was a store and get a circular giving full
visitor In town Tuesday. details of the Kale. MltclicH'a I ('h. _

) 1st to 25th, fresh and
Th vegetables fruits, our

\N O. n. Colson of I Brooker wasa Miss Julia O Graves of the complete line of bottled, packageand I II If Ij ,

business visitor' In'Starke Wed Florida State JJoard of Health who canned goods and our consist-

Concerning Our People Business and nesday. ,,. ? Is doing maternal and Infant hl- ently low level of prices, make this j
r glene work In
Bradford and Union
Progress of the County and Town. Messrs. J. It. ., Lawrence and counties Is now in Starke. She will store the best place for you to do

Frank Cornish of Keystone be occupied by work in these two K your marketing. You will find

Heights, were in Starke Wednes countleMrs. for about a month. fresh appetizing and foodstuffs I
nllll'NUI1llIIll'lInllll'II1ItIIl""IIIIIII"'tJIIIIIUIlnuln' ," "" nemwnnnoenniwawawucminenuwumn' "". day. tempting -
that will satisfy the most fas- f
FT, J. Terry of Lawtey, was Col. D. E. Knight spent last LeRoy Roane of New Orleans ,
(r fig In Starke Wednesday. 1 Friday and Saturday in Halnes Snowflake Truckers Favorite who has been tho ghost orbel' tidious appetite, and furnish many I

_I City attending to legal business.Peptone Stowels Evergreen and Yellow and sister, Mrs. J. C. Adkins, and R + delightful variations to your menu

Green of Brooker, was a White Dent Corn seed. J. F. Kick- mother, Mrs. 1IoJ.. Edwards III a.y This week we are offering particularly -
liter. ,
f i visitor In Starke Tuesday. -- our best Tonic! Regular Highlands Is now in Jacksonville

price $t.00, you can buy it at visiting her sister, Mrs Stella- Bar I ] attractive prices on all gro

', Terry of Lawtey, was as the lUithda sale for 70 t'ntlt.IlItda..II'III Miss Delma Dlnkln of Bushnell, rett, at her- apartment In River ceries. !

! i visitor In town Tuesday. Feb. !tit. to 23th. who is a member of the Lawtey side.-Gainesville Evening News.A j

school faculty, was the week-end
Messrs. E. II. Smith and J. L. guest of "Miss Ethel Griffin. I Specials Friday And
rl) t'' few more dajs of the 2O Peek were visitors In Jacksonville full pint Bottle of Itexall; llcef.Wine ,i I Saturday

t in'reructlon mile at J. M. Monday. and Iron for '7I 0 cents at the
Mr. and Mrs D. C.
Jones and
Itexall Silver Jubilee
Take advantage of till Birthday Hale
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and -
MUsses
living event.Anderson at Mitchell's Feb. :lit to 2\1 h. ROSE DALE UK
s,2 Mrs. Herbert Hart of Hampton, Merwyn and Myrtlce Jackson and AND Rose' Dale Brand S

spent the week-end with her par Ethel Grlffln spent Saturday in Sliced PINEAPPLE Crushed Pineapple

i of Lawtey, was ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Jacksonville. Mrs. .Jack Pursely lIfts returnedto

Zi( to fatarke Monday. Hampton after having spent the No. 2 }-2 can 28c No. 2 1-2.. can. 2.5c
--- -- ---
Ile\all Laxative Bait, BO cent Gary Ennis nephew of Mr. and holiday season at her home on I --- -- i,

pint of pure-Unit. rubbing size:. for !80 cents at the Birthday Mrs. J. W. Morgan of Starke, Is Laurel street. She was act'omp'l Stokleus Cut Tender Silver Top Early June

I tor 41 cents at the Birth Kale nt MlUriell's Feb. :1st to 251 li. now associated with the Florida anted by her- daughter String Beans No. 2 can Peas, No. 2 cans

s. Mitt-heirs Feb bt to Power & Light Company In Daytona Carpenter and tier little son, who
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Beach. will spend thla week In Hampton.Palatka 2 cans for 25c 2 cans for 25c

children, were guests. of relativesIn -, Dally News. I

Lawtey Sunday. --- -------
Canova of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Long of A short circuit
between the two ROSE DALE UK AND
|i> week-end guest of his Jacksonville, spent the first part of white I Libia's Crushed Pineapple ( r
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and way posts on Call street between Sliced Peaches
; Mrs. Eunice Canova. the week in Starke with her parents 9oz. Cans
White's
children of Lawtey visitorsIn store and the Starke j ,
were
I
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards
Starke Sunday afternoon. Hotel resulted in the dimming: of I, 2 for 25c No. 2 cans l8c
Johns of Jacksonville, the entire circuit east on Call cans ,
Se week-end with his J. S. Maxwell of Chattanooga, street Monday night. The trouble ] .
par- -- ---
O. J. Grills
of Lake Butler wasa II .
Tenn., the week-end with Mr.
spent ---- --
r. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. was found and temporary repairs olden Ane lJlacar01i.
business visitor In town Tues and !Mrs. G. A. Marcotte at the
made Tuesday. New cable will Fancy POLLY>E Self rising
day
home Call street. Spaghetli-Noodles
id !Mrs Nelson Green and on have to be placed In position( between Flour '

ddle Wlmberly spent Sun- Mrs. L. E. Moseley and children, Miss Pearla Whitten of Haiford the two standards. 3 Pkgs. 24c

|Highland with relatives. of the state farm were shoppingIn 24Lbs.$1.10Pillsburii
and Miss Evelyn Luck of the State
ri
Hart-S!'<'ImfTncr & Murk, and other .
Starke Wednesday afternoon. Farm, were visiting In Starke i
(nd Mr. J. JV. Andrews, Jr., Tuesday. hlgli-grn/ clothing./ shoes, ROSE DALE BRANDRICOTS
shirts, huts, going at 20
percent lest Health
alters to Jacksonville TueaMi Jake Roberts of Graham was a A
under regular price. J. M. ..11.var.I. .
business visitor in Starke Wednesday A dollar Ixtttlo of Para Sonic //ran

IVrfumo given away with <>mhbox : No. 1 cans 18c

)tiling you want at J. M. of Cant Nome I'iu-o Powder l A 2 Pkgs. 25c
Dodge coupe was wrecked _
and |ocket 20 cents for Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jackson at the Birthday Halo at Mlirlu-ll'ti I
Sunday night south of Starke whenit
'
Silver Skin Onions
liar spent. ville was the guest of Mrs. Lila ...b. 1st. to 2. th. ran into a concrete culvert The

Griffin Wednesday body was battered when It over Libbu's in Halves 3 Lbs 14c
Durden of
Hampton was Mr. and Mrs. Milton II, Langeof turned after running over the low PEACHES ,
leas visitor In town Tues- Mr. and Mrs. T.
R. Sweat of _
Jacksonville; were Sundayguests culvert. The driver, who
Jacksonville were visitors. In of her parents Mr. and Mrs. with minor injuries Is thought escaped to No. 2 _1-2: _cans for 26c -'ic-'I-ii"j;;; ;" Rice

Starke Wednesday L. V. Moore.A. have fallen asleep at the wheel,
!!Aspirin, doc not de- 'We have a fresh stock 5 pounds 37cFlour"
'to heart, bottle of 100 tab- A tube of Klenzo
largo Shaving .
D. Jernlgan representativeof e
Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee, and New Prices
40c at Mitchell's Itlrtli- Cream for 2 ) cents at the Birthday Burroughs Adding Machine __' ___ _'_
Miss Mary Brownlee and Mrs. M,
Feb. 1st to 25111. Sale at Mitchell's Feb. 1st to SNOWDRIFT' PillsJUriIJes!
Company was a business visitor In C. Stith and little sons accompanied i

25th.: Starke Monday. Mr. Stith to Jacksonville last 1 pound can 22c
DeBevolse of Jacksonville 24 Lbs. 1.32
Thursday evening, enroute to
vas a business visitor In Mr. and Mrs Z. J. Roberta and 2 pound can lie
Mrs. .. M. Mitchell and Mrs Louisville, Ky.. where he will resume _
,.uesday. little son. of Hastings, were week Harold C. Wall were visiting relatives his studies in the Southern 4 pound can 80c 'd
Pork
end of her Judge Sausage
guests parents
and friends In Jacksonville Theological Seminary, after spend 8 pound $1.56
can .
11. C. Wall and A. J. and Mrs. G. A Gardiner. in Oil
Monday. ing a week with his family In ___ do
S: were business visitors to Starke.J. Pride of Carroll Sugar
Friday. Owen Griffin, who is attending PerLb.25cPowell
Lord Baltimore Pound Paper>> -
business college in Jacksonville Corn No. 2 can, 2 for 25c
and Envelopes, large size, both for M, Alvarez wells
| only high
Beans. N. C. and .
Florida spent the week-end with his mother -
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f>H cents Mitchell's I.'t'b.! 1st to r.-- 'I
ntercliaiidlmt
grade at lower prices -- -- -- -- ----
J. F. Kickllter. Mrs. Lila Griffin.
25th. than .prevail>> elsewhere. A further ------ -- .

Torode of'r :wtey, was a Mrs. Dale II. Vanslckel of rcnluctlon of 21) percent Is being, Is planning to bo a very I The Northeast. quarter of North. 11128, and therein full not or judic ti
The best groceries can be boughtat given for,11 few days longer; !>- useful wimt'iiiurtvr I I i nr H utl Inn Twelve (IV) meat will be entered against :lone
visitor in town Wednesflldred Gainesville spent Monday in End organization. All young/ The Wont half of Northwest; quarter It ,IN. ordered that thin notice t e
both of East
Starke with her parents. Sheriff our stores. people of our congregation are invited of Sort 1I..lu.t <|iiart. ..r; 1'11" H.iulli I ''iiullliih In the lirailfnrd County
Grocery and the South Side Service The short stretches pavemat half of Northeast. quarter, and the Tflpurayli one a week for: '|>voinonlhx pith .
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.A to attend at 6:80: each Sunday :
Gill and J. D. Doy- Station. on Nona, Cherry, Thompson and evening and enjoy tho hearty Hntitheniit.a ((29)'I'he iiiaiter'):' nr West Hnrtlnn half Tweiitvthr or tits*- \VITNEH the trnnnrahta ,.7 "snuff

) visitors to Green Cove regular HO' cent box of Jonteel Water streets have been( tom plated singing. Went half of Heft Inn Twenty-four Ailklim. ., Judge. an. also O. W. AlJir- 9it11'
Fresh Fish, Western Meats Oversea and two blocks on Church street ((2The; North half of the North ml.n. Clerk and the seal of thin
Jtonday. Cold Cream Face Powder for :10 The junior Union meets at the hnir .. i
Groceries fresh fruit and Work, waa delayed for a week duoIng t Northeast quarter of Northeast court at Mlarke, Tlradford c'ounlyKlorlila
rents at the Birthday Halo at name hour and !Is led by Miss quarter or Hoitlon Twenfy-nlx. this I the 25th day of Jauuury '
seed-Giant stringless, Mitchell's Feb 1st to 25th.: vegetables, and delicious candy reorganization of the engineerIng Laura Newell. 15) >, nil lielnK. In Tnwnnlilp. Fight A. U !sell.
en Pod. Red can be bought at the East End department the Simon Eng I,- South Mange Twenty-two. S.J 11. w. AI.OERM'AN'l ball
Valentine J:Il.t.You.
Last the church Clerk Circuit Cuu t.
Sunday evening ,
Grocery of
and Ford Hooks. .J. F, Starka--2 more blocks of street Ineerlng Company Jacksonville, service well attended and and, each of you nre hereby! A. 14. l'RI'1WMAIIII" t lt'$
now acting as engineers for the was req iulitfll. to appear> In said rnilMe nrtMonday """ for Cornpnlnnnt.
paving laid.T Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard and city. three new members were acceptedby I the 2nd l, day of April, A U., 1.21.IOt.t.tO.: :

Mrs. Emily Richard are exepectedto letter. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Butler usyare

== return tomorrow from a several . a. '. .. .. and Joseph Oliver.

days visit in Gainesville.-Palatka ,,1
.
T Dally News. MKTIu/DIST: ,1j '

Church Services (l Enoch Marvin Hooks, pastor) S of.

: __IIall Croft Pound l>aJ>C'r'Rnd > Sunday school Sunday morningat Setelie

envelopes, large else, both for 70 00't.4 10 o'clock, .... K. I'erryman,
.
I cents Mitchell' Feb. 1st to 25th. supt. YOUR
':.. ;
Worship, Sunday at 11:00: a. m,
Starke friends of T. J. Griffin, PIIK8HYTKIUAN; : and 7:30 p. m. "w
.
who has been'In ,Johns Hopkins, junior League Sunday afternoonat .
for the two weeks Sunday school 10 a. m..
Baltimore
past 2:30: o'clock.IllLeague .
under care of physicians will, be Preaching service at 11 a, m. and Sunday afternoon at

7. glad to hear! that 'he la steadily 7:30 p. m.Prayer 3:00: o'clock. wltho
: meeting Wednesday at
Improving.: Senior Epworth League Sunday trade
7:30 p.m.Christian. OPPORTUNITYJ
evening at 6:45: o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seanpass and Endeavor at 6i30 p. We invite you to come and worship Iotfi,

daughter of Holly Mich., who have m. with us.
extended I
The QUESTIONAreYOU been down state, have;arrived here A cordial invitation to 4
i' and will spend the balance of the all to attend the. above nervlces.


Living on a winter KIngsley at lake the, With'''Oh F.. Boy"W. Rosser.Inn HTARKK- .MINISTER*.l MEETThe f The Broadcaster I Owner Must Sacrifice ":


Starke Mlnlsterlal'Assoclatlon .

BUDGET? Symbol 92.OO fountain syringe 2 met on Tuesday of last week I have been three weeks telling

quart size sale price ."4D. at and held a most interesting session. you about what I had free. Now, J

Mitchell's Birthday Hair, Feb. 1st Rev. G. P. Raymond of the I am going: to tell you what I expect {

to 25th.: Baptist church was euarest for you to buy: Sinclair OasoVtie ito

this meeting. He read a ,most interesting and Opaline Oil, and that combination .
Budgeting W. S. Blakely of Jacksonville and well thought out pa- will carry you no far till I'll 100 LOTS
your living expenses in Starke with
spent Sunday his -I t
per on "Jesus and the Social Question get to sell you some Miller Tires.
means: orderly finances wife and little son who are visiting ," dealing very ably with the Now don't be bashful an we ain't
her Mr. and Mrs. 0
aprents social conditions la America and give away all our tree service yet.
and of mind. W. W. Balsden. the Jesus till the rheumatism
I peace showing attitude of In and won't overtakes .

regard to these things.At us.
The biggest: Bargain In stationery .
this meeting it was decided Your. for Quality and Service .
One item of your budget shouldbe we have ever offered. Tile Ilex that all the churches would uniteon

all Silver Jubilee Birthday Sub atMitchell' JOEIsoTICe1; including 4 room cottage in Starke all in city
Sunday night, February Ctb .
a regular
: amount set aside *, Feb. let to 25th. In
a Union Temperance meeting at .rthe'

weekly as a reserve fund. the Baptist church at 7:30: o'clock. limits, only three blocks from main business
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and
Those present were Revs II. A. In Circuit Court Tw.nty..lh l
of Jacksonville Jucllolnl' Circuit Bradford County
little daughter Tucker president; E. M. Rooks, KIorMa.llradforcl. section $80 lot. Size of lots 60x110 feet. ,
The were guests: of Mrs. Alvarez's parents per
first should County Rank
thought be to secretary; G. P. Raymond; R. S. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore a corporation
'. Carleton and L. W. Kickllter.: PlaintiffrymurTo
"
(
open an account in this bank-' \ and Mr. Alvarez' father A. L. Alvarez These meetings are held by'the v. Terms : Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 semi- ,5
rut Charles R. Oeliler
in Starke Sunday.
pastors and resident ministers) of and J. If Lawrence,
one dollar or more will get ,'you; the city monthly the' Methodist Defendant annually]] 6 percent interest. Write ,
TO lYTMN: fl. i'KBT. rTfAHlVFH
"" Klenzo Dental Creme, BO cent
started. : 'f*' church. The regular time of meet- II. OEIHM3K J. II. r.AWRKNCK I
: tube for 30 cents at the Retail Ing Is the first Wednesday In'each ANI Al.li THEn PKHSONS IN-
bale MltchellX Feb. TKHESTKD: ;
Birthday ,
month though it often happenstha You, and arh of you are hereby
1st to 25th. a meeting l Is delayed to suit the nnUflvd that the above Styled milt
was Instituted In the above styledcourt
convenience of some pastor who on the ZSth day of January A.
Mrs. C. S. Lindsey and children cannot attend at the regular time.11APTIHT JL>. H28, and on that day a Writ of 1 seek
a Evelyn and Charles, Jr., of Win. atC4ehment was duly | m.'l| therein J. C. DEBEVOISEJACKSONVILLE
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anti levied hy the Bradford i
FORD COUNTY BANK lon-Salem, N. C., arrived Monday .. county, Florida, on the 25th day
to spen the remainder of the winter (Rev a. P. Raymond pastor.) fit January, A D 1921 upon. the following -
dearrlbed real eatate In
In Starke with her mother, Mrs. Sunday school at 10 a. m., Jt! F. Bradford county Florida TO WITj. i

ford County's Financial'StrongholdTARKE'FLORIDA Lucy Powelli.and, borthers. D..P. Kickliter, supt. PItOPBIiTY. t I4n.Lm It.alctaLi"tl BEACH FLA. '

; and Frank Carpenter. }, Regular worship at 11 a. mind, The South halt of $)oulbw.st qua, ,
: 7:30p.m. r ,1 .. ,- : ter; "I Northeast quarter, except the

"' n e b; ,.t. rae. Fancy tatlMery) With( IW del Mid-week service. Wednesday Went Northeast Five acrea quarter;.Thel. of Went Soulhea..t half 'of '.,

envelope for flft cent. Aftr'an- at 7:30 p. m. quarter and the Northwest Quarter .., ,

.' r) n'- 'r usual Bargain at the Retail: : Birth 'Our senior B. Y. P. U., has been a' 'tu>utn Two>.aet quarter<2>. Townnhlp all, beloW Ihtht: Inflection ; ; ,. IRS'j 1

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEL.. GltA..JI. STARK, FLORIDA 'RIJ'Y, J
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THREE FINE CALVES residence :Main street.
that leaf lettuce Is greatly super- Croft on 111 with pneumonia

ior to the hard and solid head type Mrs. W. II. Griff entertainedher Mr. and Mrs. o

Farmers & Farming in famishing vitamin A. In fact, SOLD TO FARMERS BY Christian Sunday church school, The class Loyal of Sons the I' spent Sunday last, her, WU w) t!"

all green leaf vegetables are super
T. D.
son, Dyal.
at her
Daughters"
and Loyal
ior dietlcally speaking, to the
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Mrs. Bill
Editor whole EXPERIMENT STATION home. I nines and in,,,
(Ky Agricultural ) bleached forms. Just as of Cooter Pond, *
wheat flour is superior to the highly After a series of Interesting here with her Spent ", tiff
---- mother .
milled product.In games were played, the hostess Mn,,

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles these days the Intelligent Fiirmer(Viunllcd in\\'lJllrnll'ove Holme and IlenleVith Marion RISING ,served delicious fruit salad and Prescott.H. H. Howe was a

of food Is becoming more cake business,
and Methods FoundTo consumer Rising. Jan. tor to Fairbanks
of Farm Experiences \ Purebred Hull 27.-Mr. Wesley Momtm
anxious than ever before to have A grab bag contest was one of
('..h.", Mcllae and Miss Annie Mae Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Bin ;
Be Best Suited to Our Country I a diet that will give him the mostIn the Interesting conclusions of the sinker i
attended the unveiling at OIus- moved In. our
terms of health and years of life. party. A pleasant evening was en- sectiony..' ,
.. Gainesville Fla, -The sale of tea last Wednesday night. come them here.
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__ :- :.- .' .. 'm __ lie is inclined to choose those three purebred Jersey 'bull calves Mr. Homer Skeins and wife and Joyed by the participants. Mr. W. J. Johns of Krsrke
and daughter
Alexander
products whose value have been Mrs. W. B. '
from the Station herdto Mrs. Dorothy Roberts were the a few days here with inK a.jj
Experiment ,| ,
I Pearl Miss Edith
Miss Wilma
That the public In sincerein ,
Forest Fires Destroys proven. farmers In the state last weekIs guests at the home of Mr. Lee Mrs. J. W. Lewis. *(
Its desire to use that which May Jones, Mrs. C. E. Harper and
an indication ot the growing Interest Haltlwanger Thursday.Rev. Mr. Ji-W. Lewis'and W
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been
Bennett have recently So
best promotes bodily growth and Mrs. ,
in better livestock for Florida H. Peelman of Jackson- were business visitor t n,
Is the fact that shopping in Gainesville. Lekeh '
by
Much Potential Wealth vigor proven farms. ville were among those wh9 at- ler Saturday.
there is a tremendous consumption Mr. Lee Merritt of Linden, is !
ended the W. M. U. rally at Cor- ---.--- ,
materials which : The calves were sold to D. here this week.
of certain are not inth visiting Good soil( ia too vahiabTjw] '
I but which Hughes, Ponce De Leon; L. 1{. Ed- Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May have
Much has been said and written sides many beneficial Insectivorousbirds. very palatable are necessary Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez and ed the farmers of Okalimsa< T//;
wards, Irvine; and W. F. McDer- In Starke. QU
at times to the human recently been shopping Last the
about forest fires an destroyers of little sons, visited at the home of year county ageuiht
body. Examples of this are cod wltt, of Summerfleld Thus Mrs. J. H. Saxon entertainedher ed 42 farmers to terrat. if
and possible profits par- "The valuable fertilizer nitro- Mr. H. M. McRae Sunday, avert
property of these
liver oil and raw yeast. No longerare Holmes County gets one Miss Marie Sunday school class last Sat- acres of land. I
ticularly In recent years. However gen, cannot be incorporated with tenderness and palatability the I fine animals and Marion gets two. Haltiwanger spent urday evening with an outing In -
the week-end In Jacksonville.
this subject Is of sue'\h Impor- the eoll If the humus Is burned up. only elements In the consumers 1 The calves are from high producing the forest, followea by a sumptuous Club boys In Santa Rosa
Mr. Clevy Norman of the U. of tot(,
tance that It will bear repetition. I Fire Is one of the factors which Judgment of a proposed article of : blod lines, and will be valu- F., spent the week-end with his picnic at the conclusion. who cultivated corn last fell

have Just received a copy of a bul- tend to take the life from the soil diet. He asks about the mineral I able assets to the communities In parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman A very Interesting game of bas- der the supervision ,III,i ii COt

letiri on forest fires In Florida, "Itange fires perpetuate the undesirable and vitamin content and decides which they are placed. ketball was played here last Fri- gent John G. Hudson average

put out by the Florida Forestry grasses and prohibit the accordingly. Commenting on the sale of these Miss Edna Lewis spent Saturday day by the boys and girls of the bushels of corn per acre Tht(

Association In co-operation with desirable ones, thereby preventing Ninety percent of the/ lettuce 1 calves, John M. Scott, animal industrialist night with her cousin, Miss Ida Waldo schol against Ute Hampton erage for the county is |lesll'

the Forest Service of the United range cattle from obtaining satisfactory consumed in Florida Is furnished at the Experiment Station Mae Lewis. boys and girls. The Waldo boys half that amount.
From outside from I points out that it Is only victorious and the Hampton
States Department of Agriculture fall and winter feed. principally Mr. Arthur McRae and Miss Re- were e _
which contains many valuable "On unburned land trees grow California. In fact, California lettuce through continual efforts at breedIng ba Maxwell attended the unveil- girls were victorious. All played Flo Zelgfield, Jr., and his

points concerning forest Ores. The much faster than on burned land. Is available to the state 10 up his herd that the dairymen ing at Olustee Wednesday night. well. Billle Burke, famous (ten'
bulletin months of the So well have of this state will make money. The The Ladles' Council was enter producer and actress
principal points In the are They are not so defective, and they year. The W. M, U; rally which was hareitj
covered the summary on page yield a larger percentage at high- Florida people acquired the taste average cows of the state are not held at Corinth church was well tained at the home of Mrs. L. A. ter home In Palm Beach,
here. I for the bleached lettuce of Cali- good; enough for foundation( stock* last Friday afternoon.
them Johns
2, and I am giving grade lumber. attended and enjoyed by all. Florida counties bear thtj
letters at all fornia that they will excessive and It is encouraging to see that .
Note that the first "You destroy the beauty spots pay Rev, Raymond of Starke preached lowing names: Indian,9: jt|
the paragraphs, reading down, of Florida when you burn them prices for it, while the home-grown the farmers are recognizing this a very interesting sermon here ...+*................... and Statesmen, 7; Preuldeml'

from the words "Fire Destroys." black and desolate. The tourist green lettuce, which is much superior act, afternoon. Geographical, 7;'Army Offlcal
Sunday !!
lier are the paragraphs from the seeks nature's garden unharmedby as a food, Is left untouched. Mr. Scott figures that the herd ZIFF t (not including Zach Taylor!

buii :In."f'I'tllI. man. Don't drive him away. We need to get before the people that averages 750 gallons of milka ........................ Miss Opal. Lewis, Cor. Andrew Jackson) ; Governor!
wild In the of Florida the fact that the year for each cow will return afair .
run piney "Seventy-five percent of the Ni Animals, 1 Patriotic
; Sentlu
The herd that HAMPTON ..b)..... .. ..N
woods of Florida. Some 15,000 of Iceberg lettuce, though crisp and profit. averages
problem growing a crop of timber 2 ; and 1 for Columbus.
fires are turned loose each year, In Florida Is to prevent forest delicious to the taste, contains 900 to 1,000 gallons a year will MlM Ada Hflmmo Cor. Zlff. Jan. 27Mrs. L. Hough The state constitution otFlj

burning over approximately 13 fires." neither the minerals nor the vita- return a good profit, and will bea .. and Mrs. Joe Elebee were business I Inhibits State BondnStrawberry ,
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million acres. home grown type affords. a- good Investment for Its owner. visitors In Gainesville Monday.
On the other hand, the herd that Miss Free Wynn entertained the
"In the average year forest HINTS TO IIOfHKWlVKHEAT belle S. Thursby. Mrs. E. Howard and daughter,
only 500 gallons a year Girls Sewing Club last Tuesday
fires destroy $8,000,000 worth of averages Ellen, of Fairbanks spent the week
will barely and afternon at the home of her aunt.
Just expenses
young growth. Fire scars develop FLORIDA LETTUCE CHIPS pay here her daughter Mrs. R. B.
Into 'catfaces' on merchantable Physicians and dieticians for the owner will have nothing for Mrs. L. J. Wynn. A refreshing I Thomas and son, II. II. Howard.
his labor.In punch course was served at the Plants\
timber and are fertllze spots many years have warned againstthe Forest fires consume $2,000,000of Mr and Mrs. II. H. Howard are
for damaging fungi and Insects. use of highly bleached and timber annually. A few years the owners ot conclusion of the afternoon, and avery the happy parents of a new son, I

"Remember that 97 percent of milled flour, highly kiln-dried cornmeal I these calves will begin to see the enjoyable time was had by which arrived Jan.. 16th.

the fires are man-caused and and polished rice. It is only I effects upon their herds, and they all.
Fine steel wool Is excellent for Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Dowling and I offer choice
will be milking cows far above the Rev. Lewis of Waldo, filled his Imprc
therefore preventable. Only 3 percent recently, however, that studies i cleaning glassware. children, anu Mr, and Mrs. Dow-
are caused by lightning. have been made by biological average. Those who fall to see the regular appointment at the First ling's mother, of Starke, spent Klondyke, Excelsior, I
"Enough young growth is de- 'chemists of high renown to find Importance of breeding for higher Baptist church of Hampton last
A spoonful of grated cheese Improves last week here with Mr. Dowling'seleter sionary and all leading
troyed every year in Florida to out Just how much difference there milk or vegetable production will continue to milk Sunday morning and evening.J. Mrs. T D. Dyal.

build. If it had matured, 100,000 i Is In dlgestablllty and'food value' soups. average cows, which pay little or I. Tucker and family of Ma- Mr. and Mrs., I.V.. Dyal of rietles. Prices right

six-room houses, each containing of fresh vegetables as compared --r- no profit, and they will also fall con, Ga., have located In the Saxon
Diseases and Insects take an an- Graham, spent Friday here with quality. Plants free from
of timber. to understand why some of their residence on Main street this week.
16,000 board feet with wilted ones and nutritive
nual toll of one fifth ot the relatives.Mr. .
possible
trees' and neighbors find dairying profitable. W. T. Roberts and family of diseases and
"Destroy the 'baby value of leaf lettuce as compared crop yield In America. J. W. Lewis spent Wednes- we guars

there will be no forents. Keep fires with head lettuce. They have -... - - day In Starke on business.Mr. safe arrival of all stock i ,
out and nature unaided will growa found some things we all should Pecan trees are generally set 60 and Mrs. Dewey Strickland

crop of timber. know. by 50. or 60 by 60 feet apart. TEe How to Play passed through our section one day
"Every idle acre Is a burden The have learned that fresh former distance requires 17 trees A8 last week. Send for price list todij

upon the owner and upon society. vegetables-young and tender- per acre while the latter requires e Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds I IT'S FREE

There are 10 million Idle acres In are far richer in vl'tamlnes than 12. BRIDGEAuthor of Graham, spent Sunday here and worth its weight Ingj

Florida, as a result of forest fires old ones, and that vegetables lose with their parents,. Mr and Mrs.J. .

and over-cutting. their vatlmln content when in stor To give best results, a varietyof B. Thomas.Mr. .

"Shelter Is essential to most wjld age. Each hour's separation from pecans should bear at an early 1927 28 by and Mrs. J, B. Thomas Mr. J. A. BAUER
game and bird life. Forest fires Mother Earth b
subtracts from their age, produce medium to large nuts, and Mrs. P. W-Jleynolda went to
burn up this shelter, destroy nests, I food value. and be resistant to disease and insect \ Wynne Ferguson Jacksonville to the bedside of Fred Judsonia, Ark. j
eggs young quail and turkey, be- The have learned
-- i and proven attacks. a' Author of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE" Shaw.
-- Lock Box 38
r ALY00-.4Y4...:n Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and

"w .-- C<,!' rlclit' 1027. by llojle, Jr. little daughter. Hazel, spent last

Tuesday and Wednesday in Jack

ARTICLE No. 15 sonville at the bedside of their i

.. One of the difficult problems of auction based on high cards jn the other three
bridge arises when the opponents i suits, BO A may make four spades and l lao
have bid four or five of their suit and win game and rubber. *

partner has doubled. Shall you go on The determining factor, however is
with your suit or try to defeat the op the great weakness of A s hand; the $1195buys
ponents The answer to that question fact that he holds so many spades and
decides many.a (game and rubber, r" diamonds makes it unlikely that evenif
) any examples that help to decide B has high cards in these suits, he will
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should be very helpful. take as many tricks as he expected. A

should, therefore, bid four spades. Thisis
Hand No. 1 another close hand and should 1 be

carefully noted. true Buic

: Y : herds a hand of a different tj'pc that
IA B : offered a chance for a big swing that

> t t.L C Z t was missed: th .
i and all
Hearts-Q, 10,4 Hand No. 3 quality g
Clubs-Qr

Diamonds-A, 10 : Y i I ..
Spades-A, 1 K, Q, 10,9. : A B 1'1 famous Buickfea/un
No core,rubber gime. Z dealt,bid one { Z I'
spade, A bid two diamonds, Y bid two _
spades and B passed. Z passed A bid' Hearts- K Q 10 9
____ three diamonds Y bid three spades and Clubs-7, i -and you have your choice of

B bid four diamonds. Z bid four spades, Diamonds I,10, 9, T
A bid five diamonds, Y doubled and B Spades-K, j, 9 .ONo three popular models at this moderate
jAr
What
: passed. should( Z do? Should he
J allow the double to stay in or should score, rubber game. Z dealt and bid trim
.., he bid five spades? This is a very close one heart a very questionable bid. With price-a roomy Sedan,
hand. The fact that Z's partner has this type of hand, it is much better to
helped his bid twice makes practically pass and find out what the other Jay- Coupe or smart Sport Roadster
; ;. certain that he can make five spades. ers bid before taking any chances.:The
On the other hand it looks as if he can result of the heart bid was that Z got Buick offers fine r j
Ytswigox e t beat the opponents three or more tricksat himself in position where he played Only so many

w five diamonds doubled. In my opin the hand at the wrong bid and failed to moderate

.:.ww .. .... ".n.'h".,.,"- i as.w'r ion, however, Z should take the certain go game. After Z bid one heart, A bid car features at such
: H eight honors. flue defeats his opponents, bid two spades. Z and A passed and Y prices. Only Buick enjoys the tre
I they may win game and rubber on the then bid three clubs. If U passes, what

next hind and so nullify the good results should Z bid mendous volume production to
of the double. On close bands such After having'mado' the mistake of

as this, take the certainty. There is bidding one heart as dealer, Z hasn't achieve such value.
really no other determining factor. much choice except to bid three hearts;

hand No. 2 realize but if he that would he and stop his to partner think, he hold should the See and drive Buick. We will be

Hearts-T, 4 ______ best hands and that their best chance
i0 Ie xzwlhl bro vita. Clubs-r : Y : for game is not with a weak four-card glad to demonstrate at any time.
Di.lmonds-IOB,7,6,2 : A B : heart suit but in no-trump. He has the
Spades-Q. 9.4.3,2 : Z : opponent'sdecUrcdsuitspadcs,8toppcdtwice SEDANS $1195 to $1993 COUPES $1195 to H i4d1

so should make a bold try for
SPORT MODELS $1195 $1523
kY itrrrue heart No score and, rubber A pad game.Y Z bid dealt four, bid hearts one game by bidding three no-trump. At All print f.: n Flint Mick., G.",,,..,,to.., tx t. J, .,IJJ.
r Y-Z
, ,. { either hearts or no-trump, can Tin G.M.A. C.fi*.amt /'N m."duir.II.,?.".,;,,1116
and B
doubled. If Z passed what should make three odd, so that Z's bid of three

fl12S1 FLtOR. PLAA) 1.% It.C.OkjD: 1'LCOc! : PLAA A do? Any double of a bid of four or no-trump would have been a big win
r more is a business double, one made to ncr If Z had passed in the first instance, :

.5 r .. I I .. defeat the contract so that A has the he would not have got into trouble. BUICKREGISTER
/tJ. I I choice oi passing, in the and
hope that B A also would have passed Y would
6,, TUB: KMJMSII: l'.tilIUCSETYI'I : : completely met these require and a good size bath room. There has sufficient high cards to defeat the have bid one club. B would have bid
': VT h. ill:4Tk bid, or of biildintfour spades.
ments. la ample closet space. one spade and Z could then have madea
If A makes the latter bid, he should sound bid of
All
Throughout one no-trump. would
the house
k' (By n. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts. The plans are very compact. been there has do so for two reasons: First, because he have passed and Y-Z would have scored
New fork) From the front doer one enters reserved sufficient wall space thinks Y-Z will make four hearts doub- yImo.This hand is noteworthy first, MOTOR CO;
for all of the furnishings, while at led;second,because he thinks Y'.
The house herewith Illustrated Into a small vestibule which jump for Z's bad original bid; second, for the
the bid of
opens same four
time the hearts shows
windows are a desire to shut
later offered to his
opportunity correct
shows how attractive a modification Into the living room, with a gen- large. to give bright cheerful In out the spade bid. B's double must.be mistake. 11 is interesti ng and instructive. STARKE, FLORIDA '

of the English Cottage style erous coat closet provided on one teriors. IItIai BPITBR: AITTOMOnilina Rhea BPH.T mTICTC 'WILl. U'

can be when properly designed. side.The The hause has a cellar under Problem No. 16

main stairs start up from the full area and here la the laun- Hearts-J, 6,5
I Here handled the roof lines have been so the living room opposite the en- dry, heating plant, coal bin and Clubs- J.;, 8. S, 2 Get Back the Fun of !
\ as to give the low cottage trance: while the cellar stairs go storage space. Diamonds-A, 7, 3 Eating

'I' effect house and of the still old maintain English a full farm second down the from kitchen a rear entry well, thus serving The front entrance of this little Hearts-K, 8, 7, 3, 2 Sp.clesQ, 10,6 Hearts_ to, 9 Rid yourself of Indigestion that takes the Joy out
, j as as allow- house Is distinctive of life Eat
floor. In design. what you want and relish every
DiubsQJ.i,9 Club
ing ; t *- 7,4
access to the cellar from the I A'Y
S This Is I Important when considered The house measures 39 feet : n : Diamonds-K Q. 10,0 mouthful without fear of subsequent discern'"m
outside. This rear entry provides Spades-9,8 '"' CAN if
from the standpoint of econ- space for the Ice box across the front and for a proper t Z : Spade.J, 5. 4J, 2 you
so the Ice _
setting and
omy, a. every foot of floor space for driveway a
space man doe nut enter the kitchen Hearts HEREIHE/
lot A "
represents dollars with a frontage of 51 feet Is Q Take
expended and It
A
generous sun porch opens required. Club*-A. 6, 3
:. must be
used to full advantage. In from the living room. This porch Complete Diamonds-9 8, 5, 2: -the pure vegetable tonic that baniUves indigestion
other ,
working
words plans and
the house K'
4( a charming should have baa windows on three sides with. specifications of this house No Spades-A, 7 WJand constipation: and tone up the whole system dy
l also exterior but it most flower boxes beneath. be obtained may score,rubber g1m 2 dealt, bid one no-trump and all passed. A oncncil the
have for
{, tnls little an economical plan. In On the second floor we find two from the a nominal sum treyeedm! treyofclub.Apvlayedthenne-** z won ceand B7
house the architects have large bed rooms, a smaller Building Editor. Refer led Y the the tour A ow' Corpening's Drug Store
room I to House U-( -9 O. Bl.vih.SvV..0"the which Z won with the ace ln his own ::-04nd. How should be

lM game against any defense?Solution in the next article




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p.>ration hnvlnor or clnlmlnir any InI..r..t or MamliTHon lun*, thence /Northerly. Oeorgtn.: Edn.nd: -

land Gems of the Caribbean Lure Winter Travelers \ DIP 9,741 litndii "It In the. following d.rlb'd nlullK tile lOantllne: iif 1.lIk.. Mtrcel or Amy ltnwle> lilalla' Blalla aach nnd renlde wife j
Town, f II al" lying and bctlnff In the MonderHiin: lane 184 feet : thenc-i Kant. North:: 1'ort: Long, (aland, of Htate; at
i> eUnrko. County of llradfnrtl, nn u parallel llm> with Pratt str-at of New.York. Jo .lw..1 -.t
Htate of Florida 1 ana pnrtlculnrly :.147 feet to Temple Avenue of North 81nllai I'uHt..e. -
HERDS ileHcrlbed. or State I'oit, J. IIlnn",
DURING as follows .
to-wlt: Ixits loml number 1.1.: Ihenre South .limn: uf State: of New Yoik
on : nanjamln II.
(1) and Three
(3) In Hlock sevoii ili> Went linn of Ti
((7). as p..r pint or map of th. .tute. Hond niple Avenue or Hrown OUI..rI." ( nvacrnaro. James
Nuinlieir ..
Town nf 111: I 152 Cetet tn J. UlaUo Kdwaiit
Stiirko, Florida. point 1 of beginningthe KB me being P. Campbell and wlfi-. Ida
MONTH IlKhllCTlM: : ; : O. Camp
in the ttouthvHxt ;
You anil each of quarter of North bell C. K. Pink ham. Henry Fried, ,
you are hereby men
quarter' niul
the
"In.lII"r .
SmithwoHt K. Wlh
and,
Wlf.
commnmlKcl tli I'lrcult Court to be of and lli'iulford nrrcHr before Coun qunrti-r; of the Northw<> I iiiinrter of Mildred. V. \"1I..n. Ui.b-rt nlLChr"..... .
Mi-i-tUin Twontelirlit <2K Neul Farnham "
) TownMhlp
I and wIre Bell C.
) Fltirlda. on the 11 Hi luv of
< fc'eb-
I Six (1ft ). South Farnham j
rilHry, 1U2H. to .. A bill of cnmItlnlnt two (0,111, KiiHt' ', Kniige Twenty- ,..and. Il'r\: Mannlnff' Trus
the
Koiitatnlnir iuuncr tee, h ami 1
.vxhlblted en< all of
of OH>rullon
Jtf'IHrt for 1"01- attnlnst you In this niore nr lex*. whom 1
nre
unknown
bor Miiilo I y Ja\ nun'au. CVuirt Invlilch, bv Ml the K. rtfllef Kaynon; a floe tlenlvr. I1Hl:" "INn. You niirt each, of you In. no pnrson In the State and of that Florida them.
souirht
aMralimt nra hereby" notlflad I that the
you have Rervlue of subpoena whom
In upon
yuii to quiet title In tho akl S | >
MH II made .
R linvbini, In nnd to th I lands iibnv ; defendants to a Miilt would bWid' the said dafnndants, or 1f
Tick eradication workers In di'Ki-rll'i'il' niul In drfhult C brought by A. 1 1C. Cnruntsax and Hill either of them and thnt oncb nf i iI iI
such
f> *
nppearanre. I'm nut \vho
'
tan, In 'Iliolr milil defendants are believed to beover 1
Florida dipped or Inspected 91.193 the nalil bill of complaint H\\orn bill of ft".n; f
will hi' taken coni|> % on file the Age of twanty-one years of
cattle ot 9.711 herds an confessed aifttlniit In Mnhl< fnune, thnt : ;
of --.lock durIng you nnil iMich of you.1C they are the own age. and that affiant made diligent
er" of I the fas .
the month ot De IH further .111I1.1" title thereto Mcitrch and Innulry to aoartaln thnHldonce
bo orilor 'and Prays' for a Is shown In the monthly report ot milillHheil Teler! l In tha llradforit rlinidx: I iiiiletlnir! title thereto and hoHe roNldencfl In unknown to a.tnnnt I :
>h. ,
i a news |>nper fon>
the U. S. Department ot agricul l l'UIoIIMr.'d. in Htiuk.., llrntlfurd Coun title M to>r i-leurliiK until lands niul confirming tbe and. WHO' unable to .ascertain the
tn complainants, Mil 111 tt.It
ture's bureau of animal Industry In ty weeks, Florida, prior, once to th each. said u ov>k for four anil' 'decreeing thnt tlie, complalnnnts IB, tliornforo. ordered thnt said
llth of
day has .and hold.
a good, and sulllclent. non-reifsilent dvfondants
Jacksonville. Ki'liruuiy, 1D28. aoova nam
t.... simple title ed, nnd
nhaoltita each of
WltnoMH the Monorahie In and to them, be and are ,
A copy of the report was sent to .., Judtro of Xuld A. Z. Ailkln mi 111 landH:, nnmilllnar' nnd declaring hornbv rouulrwd to .. | to the bill
: Court And thiseal < voltl, ; / .Pl..r
the olllce of the state live stock of this! this' the 12th day any nnd all claim- right, title of complaint filed In aliovii styl
or Interest all ed
tif January. ,crh.: l 11UH: of any nnil other |>ernonii cnuso on or before, tho 6th. day
sanitary board at TulluhnsHee 0V. firm" nnd corporations, therein of February, A. D. 19SJS at the Court
ALDT'RlIIAN.(81M
IT is Tiimircvnrtrc I OHDKIIHI> llauxe In the. CUV of Htarke Hrad
which has charge ot the Clerk
eradication ( !.) Tiradrord; Circuit; ; Court, tliut, )'011. tbn Hnld defendnnts' named ford County' State of Florida I I ,
operations. .1. 1 FRAZKK: County, Florida. or not named known or nn. known, wise thn allegation. !) of tha .::Ihtl"ii:
The cattle dipped Solicitor for iihftent, concealed. ., nun-reulijiMit or of complaint. will bo tnken .as cimfesKvd 1'1
or Inspected Complainant.
.
.tI..rwl....
do appear' to tbe hill of by tho Kald defntidants, or
-- were handled In tiyalemntlc work l-13-6t-2-IO ii'iiiplalnl. HO oxhlhlted mralnnt. you each of them who Call in nppaar atnald
on' of hefoi-o Monday' tlie nth time and place, the mime being
being carried out In eight :: : cliy 1
counties .NOTHi SCHOOL {'O'"OI.IIJTIO'l of February, A. U. l 3K, before the L suit to foreclose a mortgage: ami:
Dixie Hamilton. Jefforaon KI.Hl'TIOM: : "4'lri'iilt Court of Itrmlford, c' Lafayette part of Leon Madinon Flnrlda. to iiiiMwer tii the .mild, bill of :to th milking nnd recording of mild
i omiilalnr I HO exhibited I against mortgage, which I mortgage In a HLH:
yon,
Ry the : :
Taylor and \Vankulla. Dunril of, 1'ubllo powers vested In them the faliliiir :which, a Oncr: <: of thlH court over liiiidn therein described. In I tlm
Inntriictlon nf Hrnil- will be entered inciilimt CiUintlcM of llrndfni'il and Clay In
The month you
same found 33 herds ford County Klorldit. herehv: ctillit. nn The Kradford, County Telegrnph, Ih e State of Florida,
or 109 rattle Infested and 28.- elvi'tlnn to b.. liolil. In the dchool pulillHhed: : In' StarUe, HfHdford U 1 IM further ordered that thlH 01 ,
hiniNes I : :
279 cattle 377 herds VunderblU.. Tlellluionii and I'Miiildn, Is hereby: deslKiinted I't'\ der be l ptibllHbed nnou a week for
( or Klslnc
quarantined to mieclitl tnx nrhonl dlntrlrtB, n"W"I"I'| "r InYhl..h tliln, notlco nnd four coiiHiMMitlvej weekM In tha tlradford -
for systematic treatment In lmII doternilne whether or ttot they order dbnll he putlinhed' once a week County Tejegraph, a weakly
cnrtmilldnte.
to elect: three trnnteea for four coiiMociitlte.. waekti.. nowNpnper luililuhinl I In Stnrke.
that area. snil ANMeitn the I mllljiMre for mild: WITNI1SS: iny hand ns. clerk nnd lirndroid; : Count' v. state. of Florida.I : :

The report shows that the largest consolUlnted. ilintrk-t." It It should be the xeiil. of th,* above nanied. court Hone .and ordered. this 17th day
coneoLUlHted.For thlH the 4th flay of of Docvmbur A. I I.. 11127.I. .
E2 January A. !B.,
Infestation cuttle
was the nurnodo of holillnff I snld 111:8. ( W. AI.PWHMAN:
found lu Dixie county with 46 In elactlon In lletlhronn illHtrlct, N. 1>. O. W AT.T1NIUI\N Clerk Circuit'' ....urt.
CIreen Drew KoilillHh nnd W. C. Clerk 'hciilt Court IV.NKIHT&: KNUIIIT: stnrk., Fia.
that of Leon
portion where C'li'mnim
county are npiiolnted' nianntrcrs. /Solicitors tor
IMIr.\I.) Drndford' CVunty, Florida.. Complainants.
the work, was carried on. Hamilton For the purptiHA of holilliiMT mnld A. S, rilKVVH.8ollciior I *IItJJ
election In ItlHliiK ill-trl.-l.. II. M. MoItno I
Jefferson Madison uiul \Vnu- II. for C..ni|>lnl tnnts..
1C
.I..wl.! nnd ,;. T, Crosby >ol K'1'1!
kulla showed no infestation. are. appointed 1 nmniitterp. J:!:.& t.3 -
For tho piirpoxn' of holOliiHT nail!
The largest number of cattle elHctlon In YundirMlt; T* I.. Conner, M\H'l'iif1: H' .\ 1.11 In Circuit Conit, Twenty-Sixth Ju

held in quarantine! for systematic ICIrliy Crows and' Sam %Vhlt..h...ud ar.. ,dicial Circuit llrndfurd. County..
appointed manuaors.8alil : Notice lit hereby KUen that under Florida.. In Chancery.Hilhy .

"""iIIM'" "..", ,,,.. treatment was 9,751 in Leon county election to be held Saturday and, .by virtue. of that certain. Iliml \Vnllace
with Taylor county with 5- Feu. lllli, 1028. decree of foi eclonurt* ,nmdo nnil, ren Complainant
I I,. W. KICICr.lTRH dered on Jnnuiiry iml. A, I 1V2H vs
ilontroyal's" second West In* 675 next Only 638 were held In 1[. WlaOlNS, Chairman. br llonoinhle: : A. V. ruling., J :;I i WurreuVnllace,
the Klghlh 'lr."lt f.'lor- Liefemmnt.It .
Sue. anil Co Hupt. l-13-5t-2-U> Judicial ( of
line. of 1628 sailing from New I Hamilton. ida, acting for nnd on behalf of llonornnln nppenilng' : by iilHilavIt attached

oruory 3D. comprises a total The report also Hated the con A. 7. Adkhm. Judgn nf th. tn the bill In the nbove cnune, Unit,
1IIKIIII-T"! !S\LH! 211th Judicial the n-xldeitcii nf \
Circuit. llrinlfonl. Var..I'I""nllou'" Is
of 7.343 miles and the struction of 141 lu
i trat< I vats five
counties
unknown tn .
c-uiiiily Klorldik, wlu> Is dlmiuallfled complainant! That there
., various port that are wtxollj linker, Columbia Suwannee Hereby notice Is Riven that under to net, I In that ceil ill ,n pannavhern. .- IK no perNon In I he Htnte of Florida,
man; of which savor 01 and Union where preliminary niul by vlrtuu of Unit certain writ I lu llriidford' County I Flunk, n cor known to afflunt service nf procaxsupon
countries.owl. nf execution iHnuvd out ot anil un poration IH complainant' nnd Julian whom would bind tha said d.-
work is under way. der the liunil and HPH! of tha judireof I r., I'eek Clure I,. 1'uck hlH. wife, nnd femtant. tn t IhlH suit.IT .
Barbados u essentially the Cmmty Jndirn's. Court In and M K. I'M: wards, nre itnfemlnntH.. theiunilerHluiied I IS TIIIOllKKOHH" OHDKHlnr
bit of old England" in thin. Florida has five fur llrndforil. County, Flurlda, on MM Hpeclal MfiHter. will that ( ha suld Warren. Wallaca do ap
Havana. tbs capital o: capes jtptlng, tha 6th\ day of January. A U., 19iN, sell for cnvh, In tho hlirhust\ ami best pear to thn bill of complaint I In thisinune '
Into the sea. fly taking the sub on thnt certain Juilxeinent In favor ;lildiler.111 In front' of thu Court HOIINU at Starke.. Florldu, nn or be.
often termed the Paris of the of Maker door; 1 : \ : fore Monday.I Oth. A. .
& Unimex Stiirko. Hriulforil February D.ltt2M
divisions of Cape Sable the total Company, n cor County, : : :
: hemisphere It la ab Interpanlsb poration; anil avalimt Floyd: tlreen PUirldii. on Mondnv Pehuary (IIh, A. otherwlno. the nllogatlons of
city with man; blsctlons Is Increased to seven such head defendant heiirlnK date aoth day of I). 192N, during, th. l letrlll linum ofnl said. bill will be. taken as .
Nov. A. D 11)27. nnd recorded In the for the purpoKe of Ratlnfylnit" by tha .said. deConilnnt.,
Morro Castle ana lands. clerks. otllce In I'ubllu Itcorda of said, P'lnnl the following deliinds It Is fuither ordered that this, no-
: Fortress are posalbl/ the The highest elevation In Florida llradford County, 1
(it-landing features. I Is approximately 350) feet. cordance. with uald Judgement I Ilrudford and Clay cuiintluM, 1* lor* four conecutlva' weeks In Hradtonl
have levied, Ida. 'I'd-WIT County Telegraph publlnhed at
and
:
Btad. the chief town ot other country. Barbados la the most down their slopes, many breaking Into Mt. Cornelia' on Fort George Island the. blithest and upon bent Milder will for sell IH-.II to HciiKnm.ij: op pnoPiiiiTV: :>1 /Slnrke, Fliirldii.WITNIOHS .

tbe principal island in the densely populated country la tbs beautiful cascades and waterfalls. at the mouth of the St.Johu's on Monday Feb. 6th, liMN durlnif UI .M >KUUII (CUI'NTV( KU>UIIA.| tha hand of ft. W. Alderman
(Test Indies differs again from world supporting about 1.180 people Kingston the capital baa many mar. the. leiral. hours. of sale thnroniv, In licit* Ono, Two 'I'hl'oo.o'.ur.\ "'Ivo. Clerk, and the senl of this
rts. for Its buildings and en- to the Itlver is the highest point front of tli.. Month Door of the Court Six, Seven and I lOlghl." Hiul Twu frnntloiuil court, thin I ho :2nd' day of. January,
square mils. Every square foot kets where etrange fruits and vegetables HmiNt* of Llradford County In Htnrke : lots nn thu Went"sldo; of :the A. 1) 1928.
the Atlantic Coast South of ,
tare almost an exact replies ,that la not teeming with Humanity Is of all colors shapes and elzea Interest on Florida, the following: clt'scrlbud I iibuxo iluNcrlbed I lots' all the 'iibovu n w. ALDiuMANSMAL /
nospbere of/the Netherlands I under cultivation. tbe visitors. Cape Henry. lands lylnir, and lieluir In Krudford being i I", Hlock: "U I. nccordlng, to ( > Clerk Circuit Court

the primitive customs axe I Jamaica without doubt. 1* one of Though the days of tbe Bpanlan The process for manufacturing County: Lots ,3 r1di'2; tn-wlt: mai Town or of\plat Starke' of Jones addition, to the A.Solicitor 1'1. (CHKWS for Complainant.In .
nnd Florida
a *trl > 9 feet ns the
vldence. such as carrying the the most fascinating points touched Main are far away, days that lured artificial ice was Invented In Florida wldn i ff th. Month Hide of Lot| 4, all Mil me nppi.'nrs In tho current recorda 1.6.51.:!.'

i an old-fashioned cart drawno. by tbe Canadian Pacific's S. 8.'Montroyal Columbus, Ponce de Leon. Drake by a Florldan Dr. John n. In Illoi'k 14 In I.lvlnKxton. Truby lit Hrnilfnnl. County./ "'lorlI., .. Aim
1\0'1'11"
and Company's nddltluii to the nn undivided, nnu-hnlf Inleront. In
: which crulaea among Cortes. Hawkins and others. It still town
) Gorrie whose statue sands. In the uf Stin-ke. and to the .
Florldit. following' deNcilbed lots
que. belongs to France and these delightful Islands eacn winter. baa a lure for many who wlab to see hall of Fame In Washington, D. C. Bald Data shall ba made under and und::: blocks located, !: In I'eek'nddl.\: the Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth' ,

the traveler encounters the Its mountains rise to high altitudes something of these gem-like Island* by virtue of HUld execution all<1 for .on. lu the Town of Stnrke., Ftnrlda" Judicial .Circuit. 111.It"rd! County,

od atmosphere depleting aDI' and countless rlvars and streams pour In this great. Hlapanlolean_region._ The Seminole Indians of Florida the purpose of satisfying1 said Jiid 1g'V. ummit In the, NorthweHt. ipiarter. uf N'lI'lhw".t Slate of Florida. In Cliancory
are the only people In the world and costs. quart* r of Moitlnn' Twenty- Ueorwo llcber Weller,
J. KPFKR80N'! right. <:24>, Towimhlp Hlx 18), Soulh: ,' Complainant: ,
. still at war with the United Stages. Sh..rlff of llrndford County Florida. ItaiiKO Twenty-two ((22)) Kunt; ,, TO- vs.Tha .

.t of Altitude for Man Set The first electrically driven K. INS, WIT: Florida Lnnd and Immigration
'rl'yl'l.
:
by Capt. Gray, A l ; Plaintiff 1-6-61-2-3 l.nls One to Thirteen. Inclusive, of Company: n .coruoratlon at al.,
merchant vessel In the history of Illoek IVnd; nil of Hlocks 110 at 32nnil liefemlants.. .

Science Wasteage Is Barrier the world sailed from a Florida !\O'I'I"J Ol<- 'I."] rl'."'U"AL :al.:) Klid I lot* 2 It 4 18\ 7 8I\ I 10 I Order for Nenlcii Itr I'uhllcitllnn !.
: Suggests; Oxygen I'ltOI'IOdTVTo ': 13 13 mill. 14 of block' a3,4i; I and tuts (\I A Mnlt llrmixe .I'lonilx nnilituiei
port Jacksonville. 7 itii.l.KI' nf Itli.ivb. .Hit'. I..** 7 II I 'I"U".
Florida's white population Is ..n.\. ".....tlu.i'. of .lot; lo ;of' Illoi-k: ,16.' Thn nliovo unlltleil 1 causa came Tin lent ,

Hallliian Johnson nnd all personi SCliniitJMa: OF Pltni'RItTY IN I thin. dav tn ba hen I'" upon the application
only 10 per cent of the population .* whom It may concBriu CLAY COUNTY. KLUUIDA. Lots of tha complainant, for nn

of Greater New York City. NOT1CW Is hereby wlveti that on Ilv i, Six: and" Heven. nf KlngMlny order of publication agiilnMt thn defendant
the 20th day of January A. LI. 1928 known as Cook plum. In Hod Ion sixteen Tlie Florida, l.un.1 and Immigration
There Is an oak tree hearing at the plnue of bUHlne. ..m knnwn as (111))I. TowiiHhlp Hlx (Ml). /Huuth Company! a corporation,
ccelling :
\ wild cherries at Magnolia Spring Hampton tleafh Amusement clrounds Kanca Twenty-Hired ((2,1); ) KiiKtD. : and: :upon the :return: of the, Sheriff,
'In Bradford, County Florida, at tha H. KN III liT of Ih..lr..r'le."ly. Floilda. that th*
locution where the hereinafter per Special\ !Mauler In Chancery writ of summons In chancery htireto-
sonal property:: In situated thereon A. S CltKWH. fort. iNHiied I" '.." 1.1 cnime .JH. not, and
JSOTIC'H said Hampton' lieticn OrottndH, at Hi>riclU>r for Cnmpliilniint. cannot bo served for. I thn reason. that
12.00: noon on said' day I Will offer l.ft.r.I3 thn oflleerii" nnd agents. of said Tha
In the Circuit Court 2flth Judicial for sale and sell for cash nne Jones I Florida' Land and Immigration Company
(Circuit and tor Bradford Coun nnil I.n lIChlln Uevolvlnir HuHket or MtNI'l! .:lt'NOTItlJ: nfl.l'l u coipitratIon, are unknown}
ty state of Florida. In Chancery. Tub. Ferrla Wheel for the amount and It "0 appenm to the. Court anil
Bank of Winter Park du. H. Ij, Kile the proprietor nf tin ..
a corporation. I ) Court u deciding. It Is thereupon
mild Hereby notice Is glvun that under
vsW. nrrnunds, for Ktnrntro or rent In
;
I* Jernlgrnn nnd F. K. Jernlgancopitrtnerif the sum of One hundred Thirty-two and by virtue of that certain. Final lilinrcilKD I Thnt I the defendant.
trading under the (W"Ohhlll> : .; and nal"p another Decrea of foreclosing niailo by I the The Florida. Land and Immigration
firm name and Htyled an Is a uald Judwa"" of the Twenty-ninth Judicial Company, a coi iiurnt Ion, brf and It Is
W. I* Jernagan and Son. property In the sum of One Hun circuit In and, for Hrailfurd County, hereby f rt.|iilred; ti> appear In thanliovn
KoreclitNiirv ..r *lortitilfeNOTICE dred thirty-three and 66-100 CIU.I.06 : .- 1"lurlIII. on tha 2nd day of January named Court on Monday thaBth
OP WAINotice ,!-: > dollar*, du*> M. k. Watteriton. llU8. In favor of <,..". C. White day of February.' D., 102H
: Is hereby Klven Unit under uiul for such other claims as shall and njfalrmt Victor J. Humbrechtand tha Kama' being tha rulo .h In February :
and by of accrue on the said personal A it neu W. IIl1rnbr.'ht bin. wife,
virtu* an order l-Huing property 1U2H, nnd then anil I liure defend
out or the Circuit Court Zfllh Judicial hereinbeforedescribed to the date di-reiiclant. Tha undnrKlgnnd asHuerliil HIM Hlllt IriMlllllteil against It
Circuit In and for Hraclfonl of Male. .. Master( will offer for sale by (Inorge llebnr Welter I bidng anult
County. State of Florida I will offer The snlil Jones And I.auKhlln R0volvlnir In front of tha Court HOIIN In for tha rill|:;: Ung of tltU and tnrwtnove
for sale nnd sell to the highest nnd Hanket. or Tub Ferris Wheel StarUe, Flurlda, during: thx: !legalhours cloudfrom the title of I thaenmplalnnnt
beat. bidder for cash tlie following so to be sold Is the property of Hal- of sale on Monday, Feb. 6ih, In nnd to the, following
llirnn' Johnnonf 1928 to I the highest. ami tent bidder
described, property to-wlt: deNcrthed landi*. sltuatn In ifriid*
"Twenty-five head of heavy This the 2Hth day of December A. for cash tha following deMcrlbeilproperty ford:: County: ; Florida: to-wlt:
mul..H, suitable for pradlnv and D. U37.'V. lying and being In Ilrailfori Lots Seven (7) and Klght (I).
general heavy :J. FPPEnSON: / ) Cutinty, Florida, to.wltt! Hlock """: IotH. Tan (lO), Cloven
At th" front iI'i.'f'f tho courthouxe. Sheriff of liradford /County, Tim Southwest. quarter of thaNorthPHnt ( II ), Twelve (12) Thlrtee-in. ((12),
of Florida.. / quarter. of Ruction 4, "( all
City Starkn, County of and Fourteen IH) Hlock ; ofIlliick
Tl. I* KTF.R Tuwnxhlp. ( 7. South, Hanga 23 Kant. F It J K
Hradford State of Florida on the I n, H I. and U
30th day of January, A. D. 11)28) at M. L,. WATTEIISON/ containing 40 acres more;Jil1tiiiDIIp8clai In inning's Hub-division tit tha town
11 :00 a. m. I.lenee*. J. U of Starke, according to plat. thereof;
Terms cash. ZACH II DOUOLAS.!' : Master.i Aleu Northwent Quarter. INWyinf
W. J. ISPPEIISON Attorney for H. L. Kile and M. I* ':. M JOHNS Solltheaxt Quarter (HK'/i' ) of

Sheriff of Bradford County.l202tl27. WnMernon 13-30-3t-l-l: Solicitor for Complainant Huuthw..t-- ( nmrl"r IH\V../. ) nf Sentlon -
-- l- -Bt-2-S\ TwetitV-iina <2I. ) Township' Six:
UIIDKIt OF1 NKIIVIfH IIY PUIIM.CATION ((U I), Soulh I tun go Twenty-two (22)
It.WK NTATKMKVrlleport ) (>IIIKit: Foil Pt'lll.lCATlOV Hunt and .

J Also! part of the Northwest Quarter

of th" condition nf the To Julian Sandefur, Greeting: Ire Circuit Court: 26th Judicial Circuit tN\Vf4) of Section Twenty,
Bradford County Hunk at Starke, I; Your are hereby commanded to b*> of Florida, In and for llrudford eight (2X I. Township Six (tel South
J'( In the State of Florida at the close and appear before the Circuit Court r'ounty.) In Chancery .. Itiingft! Twenty-two ((22) described
of business December. 31a1t. 1927. if Urudford County State of Florda Paul. Brothers., Incorporated, a. H- an follows: Heglnnlntf. attha
ItenourreaToans l In at tha Court Hous.it .. corpora I lI' and Ij. It. t'urtrldge.Complainants Northwest Corner of tha

Capt. Hawthorne C. Gray, ready to take off on fatal flight, and equipment and discounts ____$430,461.11 Chan.rr.J a on tha 6th day of Southwest. Quarter. (HW-i' ) of Northwest
Overdrafts _________ 618.04 February 1928. then and thara to va Quarter (NW4), running
I taken front buiket of balloon I after It landed at Sparta, Tenn. showing United State: bonds ,_____ 14100.00 answer to a. bill of complaint for A. M. Kay and! Mary I. liar, et a....., thence Kiist Flva Hundred tlghtTiOH I bo
oxygen helmet barograph thermograph and Alwater Kent radio set County and Municipal Alimony and Divorce filed against liffferidantsKiirrrlimur ( ) fuel; thence South Two Hundred

with which tend were made of reception at record altitudes. Hondfl .. _..._____.____ 29000.00 you by Mildred (). Sandefur.. of Murtsiage! null O (nankin, House Funlture It In. further ordered hat thin. notice 11..11.' Flva Hundred Klght (601)) feet tatha
__ ba published In tha Ilrwdford THR NAMU 01.' TUB 8TATK OFFI.OUIUA. Section line I ; thenca North TwuHundred
and Fixture __ __ 19,00000 ;
tude. This Is fitted A. Atwater Kent b radio
however. not
generally by wj Other HilL Extate. Owned 12.S18.89 County Telegraph a weekly newspa* Eighty I <280) feet ta thaplacH totho
accepted. likely, since there are record receiving equipment and tbe log of Cnxh on hand and due per published In Starke Florida for It having been. made tn appear bvatllilavlt of beginning as above do*

of unmanned captive balloons the dead balloonist showed be bad from banks ___ __. 81.d60.18 four waekft. prior to salit date, beginning fll..d In the. s.bnv. styledcaune 1. scribed, nnd net forth oriDKUED) and
FUHTIIKIC That
with that the I following ilefnndaritsnumeil IT IS ,
the 8th of January
ascending greater d tancel. Tbe devoted much time to radio tests In Total _____________$587.66)1.19t.lahllltlrB I 1028, day In the bill of complaint In this order be published onca each
second theory regarded as much more wblcb reception was found to be ex i Dona and ordered. at Rtarke, Urad- said. caline are each non-residents. ofthu week. for four connncutlve. weekx,

" plausible bas to da with the ability cellent at tbe high altitudes. Capital Stock Paid In ----f ,0,000.00( ) ford County, Florida, this 6th duty ofanuary Hint" of Florida tn-wlt: Nlen-. In a newspaper. published la Bradford
;iatlOJ'l..d ( 1028. II.' K te also. known as N. II. Countv, Florida. .
for aerial of man'to survive at higher altitudes During this period of slow ascent.It Surplus fund 22000.00 Port: ; AT CHAMHKU.M.
Undivided profitless" ;; ,exl O. W. ..\T.nmIUfANS..al : ., und wlf I Lot t la M. Kite- I DUNN AND OKDbmED. -
Ht'n reached? The official finding with respect to ls beld. wasteage of oxygen through l>enneH and tuxes paid __ 3.361.21 ( ) Clerk of Said Court each Textile In Aihevllle., In Statt. ofNoith l. In Stnrke Klorl.li. this tha27th

.;''record of 43.470: feet above Capt. Gray's death states that death the tissues was continuous. As a Deposits _____________622.194.S6 t-ft- I-t-3.: wife Beiilah Carolina I.; M Klackwell.O Hlackwell each. and re- day of December. Z.1927.A. AUKIN.1.. !

was due to "lack of oxygen In tbs consequence even tbougb Inhaling ..hi.. n.t. 'Iojnjtaln .jfJJlj flf f."- t-2-R .,,,,1 ore
Total i_ _j4toji fj
twice reached bv Cape.C. _____________I5S7.SIS8.19Stata NOTICK
tissues. This despite the fact that pure oxygen at tbe maximum belgbt, of Florida County of UraU. .

e Gray, who died during Capt. Gray bad been breathing pure be lasped Into unconsciousness and ford ...: In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth

tght to that altitude tbs oxygen after having passed tbe 40.- died before reaching'earth. ]. J. H. Hitch Cashier of the above udlclal Circuit Brad lord County

to which of tbe-nan heavens may soar IJIatlon 000-fool level On the prevloua flight be bad not named the above Bank statement do solemnly Is true.swear to that the A.Florida.K Carantxas In Chancery.and Hill Carantsas, We can charge your .

The explanation advanced for tbls only gone up more quickly but returned best of myknowledge and belief, and Complainants, YES 8 OKS ]
ueitlons are being gl-en condition that It Is In to official nolle.
ls that above 40.000 feel to eartb by taking to bis para re-ponne vs.James .

,as ilderatlon a result of cy government the wasteage ot oxygen through the I chute. Because of bis shorter stay at .he*.at.to report. of Florhla.JH.by tha. Comptroller of Pick Defendants.KnU .., at al.!.,. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .
the
peculiar tissues
because of decreased the blgb altitude the cumulative effect RITCH. Cashier.COnnEr.T tn Halrt Tttlr. e ce" la Capt. Qrays laet two pnerlo pressure becomes so atmoe-I of oxygen waeteage bad not bad ATTEST: TO 1J'MNIJANTIt, : AND

each of which bis oaroutered enough of It to sustain Ufa time to get In Its fatal work. .. N. T. KITC1I I! OKDKlt.:
I W. T. WEEKS To James Plekl.... Charles F.Milch" .
identically the same be taken through tbe lungs even The record of 43.470 feet set b> J. M. MITCHKlAj Directors.Subscribed '. Mnrjr J. Mitchell. KdwlnH. : Starke

'bis Identical reading was tbougb pure oxygen Is being Inhaled Capt. Qray la 9.878 I.U-or more than and sworn to b..foroma HtapleH, Luther D. Fuller SN

so strange as to cause aieckU That Capt. Dray reached tbls two-thuds: of a mile higher tban tbi this 10th clay of a sXllTH.1928. und Emma K. Fuller his wife; Garage

>g of tbr barograpu height on bis flight of May 4. 1837.: airplane record recently set by tblItalian. I*Notary r. Public Mary D.her Rising husband anil; Jacob Oran Jnhnir M.Itlnlnir ..

t the result remained th" and returned to eartn alive, while Benato Donau. Donatl and Mary C. A. Johns his wife; Harsh

10 feet or slightly more losing bis Ufa on a flight to the same climbed for 40 minutes and descended NOTICR C Brown and M W Brown herhusband

miles above the earth! height on NOT. 4. Is The of : Mary C. Brown and Hebron : :
explained by bis In 83. readlag Capt. Orayi -: :>- -
Brown her husband N. J. Jones.Mlllard .
Ties tn the Circuit' Court. 2 are advanced in Sup- having remained for longer period log and barograph shows be climbed! Circuit Bradford County. State ofFlorida. tirown and Ida Brown his

suggestion that the ultl- above 40X00 feet on tte last night. for more than one tour and remain, In Chancery. :Wife i..A W'aelJ L mon n N. D..llawrt::

IIC" was reached by Capt Capt. Ora,. the examining board sd for more tban 1> minutes at tbl 8. U. Itaybon a free dealer. Jennl. ;

Brit based on the Iden- found bad retarded the rate of bis 43.000-foot level. Tbe last 470 feet ..s.Rollert Complainant Company the abova, a ara corporation.livingor In If exlitance.and either of. J. R. DAVIS & CO. Luml.i-wttl.

t of his Bights of May ascent on.tbe last flight. In o der tbathe : was then made by rowing over* Q. Cole et at, If dead or not In nxlstance, then.

Is that the lifting power might' make extensive radio observations. board tbe. radio batteries as final bat> DefendantsOrdrr to his, her, their or Its heirs legatees
.In exhausted at that altlatest tor .*>rvlr*> hy Puhll-x<.Ion grantee*, devisees, successors,
.
His balloon bad been out- last. The State of Florida to Hobert U. legal representatives or asslirns, and

Cole Oeo. E3. Pace Annie p. Clark to all persons, ftrma ami corporations INSURANCEAGENCY
and James C. Clark, W. Moor whan* name residence, or
Increase In populajimber Florlda's outstanding agricultural Panama City- First Baptist Axhal Hotchklss I Mrs. R'b.. O.N place of business Is unknown to
..wbold. J. W. Ollaaon and A. B. complainant, that arc Intersstnd In
ot Individual was products bare riven their church's new building completed. Townnend, Harry E. Clark thoiie certain pieces or parr-ds. of

hen thur Aug-ueta A. Lerett and III band land lying. and being In Htarke, ESTABLISHED 1886
the Increase was names to two counties Orange Madison-Contract let for erection Alexander Levett. L. M. Little If Bradford county State of Florida

|;This increase alone was and Citrus, ot Baptist bunday School unit. James Clifford Clark. Emily R. ArIlvlntr. known and described as follows, to*
of them wit
and if they or any :
baa the tbe entire popakhe Canal Point-Lake Shore ,Company Palmetto-Bids asked .for con.structton are dead. their heirs devisees, Beginning. at the Northwest corner STARKE FLA.
grantees or other .,claimants by. of Templa Avenue or State) road
state In 1880 whlcn moves Into new warehouse of of new waterworks I [through or under them or either ofthoin Number II, and Pratt street and
,. send to _.h and ererr party run Wast alnns the North Una of I
93. en railroad right of way.i. plant here. and'parties, person, firm and cor- Pratt street 224 feet to Lake street : = c

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BRADFORD COUNTY TILE GRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIPAYt" JANUARY
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---- I Carlton. Those \Vauchula folks are HACKS PLANNED AT FAIR .NNNNPNN.NNO.*.:

Bradford County Telegraph taking no chances.---Jasper News.o Tampa, Jan. 24open. class J LAWTEY' .J LARGEcQocREA<

ESTABLISHED IN 1879 Seven hundred and nine quartsof competitions will prevail duringthe : Mrs. E. E. Barney, Cor IS ASSURED... THIS SEAS

strawberries recently netted automobile racing programs .4'N.NN.NP.N..s'P1N.1

Starke growers $758.11. More at the South Florida Fair January31st Law ley, Jan. 27.-The State 1 --
Fridays and Entered as Second Class One Thousand Acres Reported So ever, those who 7
Published Weekly on proof that fruit growing In North and February 11th, accord- Board of Health, assisted by the I Far With Possibly Five o\pHt t 0
Florida cotton this,
at Starke
Office season
Matter\ at the Post Florida pays handsomely.-Times- Ing to a decision by Fair officials Village Improvement Society will Hundred More would nc

E. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. Union. and Referee Mett Selden. put on a free Infant Pre-School dull delay putting! ,in tbell
Farmers In this section have already for the seed, as a !hellvV, ,
___Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION -o Racing cars of: every size, including Conference on Tuesday, Feb. 7ih. is
C. Robinson----------------------- Kansas farmers have Incorpo- expected on account ,
set aside nearly one thou- at t
the giant aviation motored Conference will be held at the cl'ease in acreage in

--- > rated. Evld tyleZniey-hstateoPn haven't Hall Scotts, will be eligible to Woman's Club building, from sand acres to be planted to cotton, counties who tried tins the .
RATE rated. Evidently they ryq
much faith in congress.-Times- start, as tbe result of the new rul- 1 to ..:ao p. m. All mothers of this acreage being the total reported cotton last year. '

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance Union. They have more lense.- ing. While the smaller type! of I small children and babies are up until first of this week, witha the.A partial list of thp tarlJ11i
cordially invited to come and number of smaller acreage they expect
Advertising Rates on ApplicationHave Palm Beach Sun. speedway cars will predominate, large acre- to *
this follows
-o bring the children. Any persons ages expected to come in to bring year and ,,0 ,tbi
there will be few entries of the should be
a who have no of coming, kindly added MU :
-
Frank Waterman presented the way the total around 1000 acres, it is > ,-
had your ride in the new Ford? p'aKAGrapheru with fountain pens big machines. get in touch with Mrs.: E. E. reported by Mr. S. R. Johns, who, ported from the New Riter'
you at the Gainesville meeting a short While the big machines have Burney and' arrangements will be with B. T. Rushing, started the tlon:

o time ago. The boys are trying to been barred from competitions made. movement to again grow cotton J. N. Norman 16 acrei: ,'

Gainesville News says the "next Pope may be selected in get Henry Ford to attend the I throughout the State because of Benefit Card Party at LawteyMrs. in Bradford county. This acreagewas Edmundsen, 16 acme. D i.I| I
0. W. Roberts and Mrs.E. 40 acres; A. D. Andre.
Bradenton meetlng.TlmesUnIon. the easy victories they won againstthe pledged by farmers followinga ..
Africa. smaller machines, Fair officials E. Burney were Joint hostessesat meeting held in Starke a short acres; C. B. Roberts. (Irllhat;

o -o- decided to welcome them In the cards* Friday evening at the time ago and through work by acres;. W. E. Norman 5 to

starts shipping cauliflower and celery According to the daily reports of Tampa events in competition with Woman's Club. The proceeds go- Messrs. Johns and Rushing among M. Phillips, 20 acres ,' p J
Putnam county ing to the treasury of the V. I. S., son, 1 acre; F. J. P.utee.
\ the United States Weather Bureau, the Mllller straight eight machinesand the farmers, both men having 10.
'in car lots. 1 Florida has recently experienced similar types that heve been for the lights recently installed in worked almost continuously on the O. N. Cooper, 10 acree; Rot}.

o really cool weather. For a detailed brought here from the Chicago the cluhouse. project since is Inauguration. They 8 acres; J. M Brown! ,
account of the damage one may speedways. Nine tables of players enjoyedthe will plant the largest single tractso acres; R. J. Glover .'o acr
The country loses a great man in the death of Major Gen- consult the papers published in While nearly two score appli- games of progressive rook dur- far reported, as they have gone T. Tillis, 4 acres; J \\. pc,

eral Goethals. Los Angeles, Cal. Hartford cations for entry have been received ing the evening. Handpaintedscore ahead with plans to plant at least acres; J. W. Prevatt, Il I

o (Conn.) ) Courant. from drivers, officials have cards done in pastel shades 150 acres.C. August Sterns, 2 acres, I'l
-0 also decided )o limit the list of were used, and mlntes were use on B. Roberts and other farmersof Clemons, 5 acres; Sim Kel;
Starke's municipal plant will have to be enlarged to care We wouldn't believe it until we starters to twelve and eliminatethe each table. At the conclusion of the the Graham section will planta acres; W. L. Bugg, 6 acre

for the increased demand for current. saw it In print, but the TallahasseeState time trials which in past years games, delicious refreshments total of 250 acres, while A. D. Thomas, 14 acres; Sam T;,
/rd the Starke Telegraphare have not been considered sensa- consisting of whip cream, banana Andrews and growers of the Rat- acres; Joe Griffla, in acre
o tional cake and hot chocolate were served Kite, 10 acres; N. Booth,'
engaged in a controversy as to by spectators. Six events ford section have pledged one .
The fellow with a tag to buy and a payment to make on why the chicken crossed the road. will be run with twenty circus acts hundred and fifty acres .to be E. E. Green, 4 acres, G W

his bus before February 1st is wondering how it can be done. --Gainesville Sun Evidently they intermingled with the speed Those present were: Mr. and Introduced, Delta Strand No. 4 acres; Lacy Varnes, to
are not supporting the same can- thrills. Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. W. 5, said to be especially adaptedto Raymond Griffla, 5 acre;
o didate for governor.-St. Peters While several drivers are now H. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. this section, and a variety be- Johns &: Co., 150 acres

What connection is there between the recent cold wave burg Independent.The tuning up their machines on the Thede, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten ing successfully grown in several TIi03L1bSt,5111THJim ,

and the decision to manufacture'underwear at the state farm o--- Tampa oval;; officials are planningon Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode, counties in Georgia where boll

Delray Beach News does closing the track within the Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells, Mr and weevils are prevalent.R. T. Thomas nd''

o not belong to the line-up of news- next few days while contractors Mrs. L. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- H. Smith, a large grower of Smith of Brooker
Tampa Tribune wants to know the difference between papers that are lambasting poli- will begin operations in preparing' nie Harley, Jr., of Starke; Misses cotton of the Hawthorn section, in Gainesville at the were office c:

"wood alcohol" and "aged in wood." Wften a fellow drinks tical candidates. Neither are we the course for the meets. T. D. Arthurine, Catherine and' Enza will plant 1000 acres to this va- ty Judge B. U. liters Tl
ADVERTISING any of those can- Waldie will have direct charge of Blanchard, Pearle Grlffls, Lottie vrlety, this acreage being in addi- January 19th.
wood alcohol he is aged in wood.
didates. We are selling advertising rebuilding the track and the relaying Kinlaw, Lizzie and Louise Howe, tion to nine hundred acres for .

o space at so much PER.Delray of the surface. Blanche Burney, Louise Pitts, and which he has already purchasedseed. Tick eradication work

Right under the head "The little girl next door doesn't Beach News. That is a mighty ... Messrs. Rembert Carradlne, Law- With the Interest being Florida dipped or Inspect:
good policy, and one that means rence Dinkins, Preston Rjtts, Hal- shown by the farmers in this Immediate 192 cattle or 9,741 herdsc
read love stories any more, she has 'em told to her, the Green- dollars and sense.-Wauchula Ad- lie Jones, Bob Blanchard, Mr. and section It is expected that during the month of D\w:

ville Progress runs a divorce notice. vocate. CENT A %WORD Mrs. O. W. Roberts and Mr. and before planting season arrives This is shown in the mot"

o --o Mrs. E. E. Burney, Mrs. Effle Miner enough additional acreage will be port of the U. S. departs;
Reading the newspapers from ** and Rev. J. V. Robinson.The secured to assure around fifteento agriculture's bureau of ash
Not all of those who give farmers expert advice know various sections of the state one COLUMN Ladles Aid of the Methodist sixteen hundred acres. How- dustry, at Jacksonville.

; how furrow.-Times-Union. the banks of Florida'are chruch delightfully entertained -
to plow a straight Some of 'emwouldn't finds that WANTED Your orders for wood: was

know a furrow if they fell in i ij;. In splendid condition and ready Oak or -pine by the load or cord. at the home of Mrs O. W. Rob-
for one of the most prosperous Price erts last Thursday afternoon. The
reasonable. See me or
o years in the history of Florida. leave orders at Miss Matilda president, Mrs. A. II. Harley, pre-

Avery Powell has started his suggestions for the next Many new manufacturing Industries Lee's. Church street. E. E. Lee. siding. The usual business was attended -
are building this year and the to, Mesdames Harley and
legislature before candidates get in the race. He 1-13-41
proposesa formers predict a fine crop year. Teare telling of their delightfultrip o_ oIt
license for a man to hunt a collar button under the bureau. Tha year 192 looms up pretty to the conference at Palatka.

0t optimistic for the state.-Times- PQLITICALAnnouncements During the social bout, Mrs. Rob-

Union. erts served her guests with delicious -
I During 1927 Florida let contracts for 725 miles of high- and hot chocolate.
---o- cakes
ways and over four miles of bridges at a cost of,$13,926,983.. A two dollar license tag Is ad- Those present were: MesdamesJ.

Added to already existing highways means a total of 2500 vocated by Bob Holly, veteran columnist FOR SHERIFF H. Moore, A. II. Harley, Effie
of the Sanford Signal. The I hereby announce my candidacy Miner, J. T. Moore W. H. Edwards
miles. suggestion is meeting with much for sheriff to the'of action Hrandford of the voters county at, sub.lest the Fred Moore, E. E. Burney, Rebecca fefl

o approval on the basis that the primary of' June Bth If elected Ipiortil.se Whitehead A. M. Lewis, D. W.

Bradford county schools secured $2,738.94 from the state gasoline tax is ample taxation for efficient InrW\Thfe enforcement citizens of Impartial: Moore Catherine Teare, IK II. Hill. C, w
the privilege of motoring or doing ly a'P'PlIeR ''on* and all.. Your support R. R. Thede and others. +q e klr.
department of public instruction as her part of the quarterly business with the automobile. .will. 1 I'be"yv.!appreciated MITCH EDWARDS Mrs. R. R. Thede and son Rich- + It I iG ;-

distribution of funds derived from the one mill tax, interest Stuart News. Glad you called our ; ard and Mrs. L. II. Hill and son,

and gas tax. attention to that idea of Bob's. It's I herebyFlnnoun.e myself a can- Louis, were shopping in Jackson-
didate for re-election to the office
about what we think ought to of .sheriff oC Bradford county. If reelected ville Thursday.
o brought about.-ocala Star. ,,J'win, luii In. the pant spar Mesdames O. W Roberts, W. E.

Frank E. Porter of the Ocala Star, thinks appendicitis is D duties no pains of In the the office.full discharge I earnestly or the solicit Torode Chas. Dinkins, Effie miner
Florida PaRAGraphers have then support>,of the voters In' the and Mr. J. Roberts were visiting ,
nothing than the
more stomachache '
witha college education. meeting ensuing primary ,
held their "second annual" W. J. EPPhRSUN Respectfully 'la Jacksonville Thursday.Miss - I
-Times-Union. It's tummyache until the doctor probes your in three months the latter being Julia Graves of the State

bank account. held in Gainesville. The "third FOR "STATK' 8KV,tTOR Board of Health was in Lawtey
: '' .
To the t "mocratl,, Klectors offifteenth
be held In
annual meeting" win 1 ..Senatorial District of Monday.
o Bradenton April 2. April 1 was Florida. I respectfully solicit your Herbert Testone was visiting his : GOOD TUBES MAKE

AI Smith says the Ku Klux Klan is not a law-abiding uggested, but It falls on Sunday. support as for your nomination State, Senator In June for said primary grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. I I ,

organization, and the klan leader says any member of the organization Glenn Ramsey, of the Bradenton restrict of union* which and embraces Bradford.the, counties Loadholtz Sunday.Mr. I I BETTER
lerald assured the PallAGraph- Roberts of Hastings, TIRES
Zack GOOD
EVERETT M. JOHNS
voting for Smith will be suspended. The liking for ers at Gainesville that actual keysto was'visiting relatives here Sunday, I

each other can be called mutual. the city would be deUvered to FOR.T4X COLLECTOR Miss Florrie Terry was shop-
" and the slogan Having been urged by my friends
the phortllners, In Starke last Thursday.Mrs. .
o and feeling: that I aim duly qualified ping
will be "Everythlng.Free' except I[ hereby announce myself a. candidate : J. H. Moore and Mrs. W. II.
Received a cut of George L. Dick "independent Repub- furniture and for Office of County Tax Col-
clothing, bats, shoes lector for Bradford) County, Florida, Edwards were shopping .In Jack No matter hoW good casing if thet' ,.
,( lican candidate for Governor." Just what is an ."independent" the like.-Times-Union. subject to the Democratic Primary sonville Thursday your ,
next to
0- Junev A daughter was born to Mr. and fails there's trouble-sometimes disaster ]
Republican? W. B. TORODE.
Tampa Tribune. You can determine that by Dear PEB: Why do you editors Mrs Jules Eunice Jan. 12th. .

counting the votes cast for him. expect Benjamin of the Independent I hereby a/nnounea myself a candt- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and two casing.We .- x .
prophesy All he did was dlate for the office- of Tax Collector
{ o to of Uradfor County. I solicit the sons of Jacksonville were visitingMrs. recommend Goodyear Tubes as the best,
to out and tell his brothers support of the voters of the County .
go Mrs.A.
Some women will sit in the draft of an open window dur- what had happened. Notice he and If elected, promise the falthfuidischarge Dye's parents: Mr. and safest air containers' you can buy. The;'
the M. Blanchard Tuesday.
of duties of said of
ing cold weather, and then wonder why they soon develop a quoted a Starke editor who 1* bet- ace Mr. A. M. Lewis;1 made a business quality built of the finest rubber com pour.

cough ,or cold.-Times-Union. Then, more than likely, they ting betting a HAT a hand-embroidered on HAThaway. dolly I'm C. A. KNIGHT. trip to Starke- Tuesday. Valve patches are vulcanized in, not just, st

blamed it on some poor "Boy Friend.-Dunnellon Truth. And on Carlton. Which Is most ap I hereby C01NTT announce JCIHJEJ that I will be a on. Goodyear Tubes will give you real 1 1

why the boy propriate and don't you think candidate for re-election to the officeof I Insurance.
founty JndKe of Bradford County |
friends"o that the birth here New Year's, Eve Florida subject to> the Democratic Wm. J. ILIFFE
of Sidney J. Catts, Third, Insures Primary to beheld Jane 6th. 1928. r We'll sea
Your support will be appre..lated.Q'EO. Bring your tube problems to us.
St. Augustine Record will issue a special edition when Florida. a "Catts menace" for another A. OAKDINER

the new bridge at Green Cove Springs is opened, and ten thou- century? HAITCH, West them economically with Goodyears.
Palm Beach...-Gait Scream Col- TAX A""FTS On Expert Watch Repairing -
sand extra copies will be mailed throughout the country. The I hereby announce to the public .
umn Tampa Tribune. that I am al'<- ..ndldat for the officeof I
completion of this bridge will place Starke within fifty milesof o Tax Assessor, subject to the will '-
of the voters at the* coming Democratic -
the beach at St. Augustine.An ODD FKLLOWS IlKOUGANIZK Primary election to be held i'
June 5, 1938. In asking for this office "
o will say that r am thoroughly famlI
A reorganization meeting of May liar with the duties pertaining II'
April fool is the person who put on B. V D.'s the first Lodge No. 10, Independent Orderof I thereto, and promise If elected I ENGRAVINGJEWELRY'
I will discharge the duties of said office -
of April.-Phil Armstrong in Times-Union. Must have swiped Odd! Fellows, was held Tuesday In the same personalefficientand I: I z
night and new officers for the ensuing courteous manner that I have
'
that one from a northern paper, Phil. We put ours back on the collector's (Tutles-and will be on I'
term were elected. GrandMaster the Job when you come to make your I Service Statio<
after the cool snap of>? January 2-4.-Madison Enterprise-Re- J. Van Rowe of Tampa.. andJ. r..turna-OI" me a trial I will ap- Supreme
,
preciate it and will show my appre.
corder, You are not the only editor who owned just one suit W. Candy district ueputy grand clatlnn by my work. I earnestly
master of Gainesville, were present solicit your support. Hull Building I
of "heavies. Most Sineerely, E. W. :HATES I NO. 2 PHONE
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and assisted in the reorganization I

o and installation of oi>icere. TAx A""F.lOI\
Nassau Several visitor from Gainesvilleand I hereby announce that I am a candidate Starke Florida I
commissioners have
county authorized the pur- for reelection to the office of II

chase of the right of way for state road 13, from Yulee to tendance.Hawthorn lodges were in at county county,assessor Florida of, tuxes subject of Bradford to the I

Callahan. This road will extend right on to Baldwin.Folkston Elective officers for the term are: wishes I of election the voters and at solicit the comlnirprimary yojirsupport I ,

. (Ga.) Herald. And from Baldwin through Starke it is Geo.W. L.A.Wall.Anderson V. O. N. G. do so, on' In it record asking of for courteous re-election, ef-!i Jnm i _"iiiiiiuuiuui. /...iiiffli imiiuiui / NIIWIM46YIWInIAIINNWIIaIahuAb4Wiu' '; '. ', ':. .9f' 151110 1110I

( practically completed to the Gulf at Cedar Key. Contract has T. M. Williams, Secretary. people ficient and of Bradford helpful service county to and the i_

s been let for finishing the last few miles into Cedar Key. DeWitt C. Jones. Treasurer. rhould t.> give you yoa that favor same me, I helpful will continue service '

, L. W. Klckllter, Chaplain. I have given In the past. Very re- I
ectfuly. ,
E. W. Hayes was elected dele- N. D. wAINWRIonTerPEBINTFNOM'4T I I
gate to the grand lodge meetingIn

FROM OTHER PENSWhen Jacksonville April, 17th. J. W. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

!Morgan, alternate. In announcing as a candidate for r
The local lodge meets each Tuesday reelection to the office of Superintendent 1.JACK80NVILLE .
of Public
I, night. Visiting members of Bradford county. J promts Instruction If re-of
the order welcomed. elected, the same faithful performance
a politician says his hounds on her trail the dogs of the duties of this office and

friend are urging bin to enter the would stop In front of Wool- SI'CI.LUTISG: the to maintain welfare of as itrat the children an Interest during In FLA.l'PTOtYN .
race he U generally urging his the next four years as I have In the
worth's... -Pensacola News. past I hereby solicit JTOS Barnett BnlldlB*. Pkeae S-8OO4
friend. to get him in the race.- There will be a special commul- H. B. WtnonuI 'sta.I "- Yard. .'....
-0Apopka -- cation of Bradford : :
Times-Union. Lodge No. 35 F, I
Chief thinks the next &: A. M., Tuesday evening, January -
hereby announce
voters
Starke had an assessed valuation meeting of the PaRAOraphers 31st, at 7 o'clock, for the Bradford County that to I the of : LP"U" e"'B' .n."R I '
am a candidate
la lUO of 1500,000. Last should be at Corckscrew Collier purpose of conferring the third de for the office of Clerk of Circuit I i

year It had Increased to 11.200.- county. Were there any at; Gainesville gree. All member are requested to everyone Court. I for shall their be very grateful to _
and -
support vote -
000-' Starka Telegraph. Growing T-Tampa Tribune. be at the
present and visitors are wel- primary election to.be held
ome.-Palm Beach Independent. ---o--- come. Refreshments will be servedat Tuesday June Bth. 192R. Having on J Framing, Skiing. Sheathing, Flooring, Fln'-U. Hoofing, Shingles,. Lath,' Brick L( Ifo
served the County In this
,, 0 Starke Telegraph has bet a baton a convenient Interval.P. already everyone Is familiar with capacity Cement, Plaster, Doors Windows, Asphalt Shingles, Asbestos Shingles,
Theperfame the use la terri- Hathaway and the Wauchula M. Barefoot W. M. work and ) appreciated will be all
ble. It they ever the blood- the more by me. I OUR TRUCKS CAN DELIVER
put folks
are willing to bet a car on J. M. Mitchell Secy. promise continued faithful service DIRECT TO YOUR JOB

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