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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 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 )
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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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Coming Feb. 16th Seaboard StateHeadquarters Opening Feb. 29 Loss '

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Engaged: In :Making Industrial Survey Dr. Fons llullinuuy Will Ic th-atC' --- ----- -

Interesting Programs ,' of Florida Under The ItrMKo At I13O| ; Kittcr Killing FniHt, Is Reported On \Vent I damaged but will come back

Recent Act Reassignment of mileage( comprising Mining I'roKrnin Feature t'ortxt AM Far South A.. Tampa Potato loss will run from 10 to
Provide A lUrhe- 20 cent Mr. Graham said. All
And Ft. :Mjfi-H. per ,
the north, east, south aid
The date of a county wide meet- cut Dinner. vines were killed, but matured potatoes .
west Florida divisions of the Seaboard -
Ing will be announced within the Miami. Jan. 30.-Tomatoes and were undamaged and many
'\ next few days at which time the Air Line Railway into two Oreen Cove Springs Feb. 1.- other tender truck crops of the young plants will recover. The
divisions with headquarters In The Shands Bridge across the St. South Florida district generally mercury dropped to 17 degrees at
To The Citizens of Starke citizenship of the county will hear Tampa has the significance of Johns river will be opened Feb were reported today to have suffered the plantation.
Grosvenor Dawe, who is now en- making Tampa the headquarters of from two-third to total loss The tomato fields of the Red-

gaged by the state department of I the entire system in Florida Sea- ruary the 29th. Saturday night in the coldest lands, south of Miami, reported

Following: the action of Florida Chautauqua at agriculture In making an Indus-i board officials said Tuesday.Not The members of the St. Johns weather, unofficially reported In minimum varying from 26 to 29

..eystone Heights in setting aside Wednesday, Feb- trial survey of Florida. A telegram much only Tampa will the consolidationmean In a material county and Clay County committees last ten years.Heplantlng degrees.Lowest temperatures in Miami

ary 8th, as Starke Day, I want to urge the people of giving a tentalve date of Thursday I way, bringing several scores o f met at the east end of the for an April crop is proper was 25 degrees By this
February 16th, has been receivedby Shands Bridge on Wednesday the only choice left growers, in
tarke and surrounding communities and towns to new families to the city but it also morning twenty-four hours later,
:
the of and
opinion county agents i
the Exchange Club from IIon, will serve to give it unprecedented morning to make plans for the it bad risen 30 degrees with more
'ake a special effort to attend the program to be given Nathan Mayo, commissioner of agriculture distinction in railroad circles celebration of the opening of the others who have made surveys.As rise Indicated. R

&n that day. The management of the Chautauqua has setting forth the natureof Superintendents division auditors, bridge. Mr. C, Samuel Johnson far south as the Everglades Flooding at the PennsylvaniaSugar
of
the visit and asking that ar- master mechanics and shops oT the< back of !Miami and the Homestead oil
Company plantation apd
,
pared pains in
no
or providing of
expense an evening St. Johns
rangements be made in announc- Seaboard will be located there and county was chosen permanent district, temperatures well below stovoa In the papaya groves at Opa-
xceptional entertainment and has extended an un- Ing the date and place of the meet- i Tampa will be regarded. as the I chairman of the Joint committee freezing were reported.The Locka prevented damage In earlier

ualified invitation for the people of Starke to be their Ing and to see that all classes of focal point for all the line's actlvHies -' and Mr. Geo. W. Hulvey, of more northerly portions of cold snaps of'the winter. They did

fuests. business interests of Bradford In the state. Clay county, secretary. the state were colder early today not revive Sunday.
county are represented at the gdtherlng. W. H, Blake superintendent of It was decided that the celebra- than yesterday morning, but the I At West Palm Beach no estimates -

I the West Florida division, has I tlon should consist of speaking, mercury was rising all over the I of damage were available
Our sister town of Keystone Heights has extendedhis A committee composed of Messrs. : been appointed superintendent o f, motor boat racing barbecue band peninsula, with warmer weather' with the county agent gone to the

cordial invitation to" Q. M. Inman, DeWitt C. Jone the new South Florida division, concerts, etc. Mayors of Green predicted.No I Glades for n ctibck. Temperatures'
and I
us am very anxious that and J. H. Ritch was appointed by and H. A. Benton, superintends t Cove Springs, Starke, Lake City, estimates of citrus damage today had risen to.65 degree )
jthe attendance from Starke and community be a representative Col. J. L. Frazee, acting president. of the old North Florida division, Jacksonville Palatka, Hastings, were available. ;1 Went, CtwNt FroHt tOn
at regular luncheon held Mond- at the head of the rear- St. Augustine and Daytona Beach frost
one. Make your plans to attend the Chau- will be Loss In Dade county alone was the West Coast killing
day, and they will have charge of ranged North Florida territory. will each be invited to give five- extended as far south as St Pet
in listed at
Keystone next at least $250,000 on the
auqua Heights Tuesday. ,
all arrangements for reception of Transfer of the South Florida minutes addre es. It was decided most conservative estimate. ersburg and Tampa while Fort
Mr. Dawe and assisting him In his division headquarters from Arcadia that candidates for Governor of Myers with a minimum tempera-

DeWITT C. JONES, Mayor.e survey of the county. The date to Tampa means the removal Florida and United States Senator Ordinarily methods of preventg ture of 40 degrees, reported light
set by Mr. Mayo of February 16th of 60 men and their) families from be invited to attend the cele crop damage, such as flooding frost. Tampa's low was 38 de-
will likely be accepted by the committee that point to Tampa and the gainof bration. elds and using stoves proved futile grees. St. Petersburg today reported
and arrangements made for a payroll of approximately The program will open at 11:00: except in the case 1>f very "little damage to crops; des

second week's program of Community Church: Graded Bible the meeting on that day. $4500 a month. THe Seaboard with the dedication of the bridge, mall fields. thermometer rising rapidly."
Florida Chautauqua at Key- school. Bible study for adults. shops in Arcadia will be retainedfor by Dr. Fons A. Hathaway. Ills Plants Total Lose Jacksonville shivered through

Heights will Include several 3:00.: Auditorium assembly Basket Ball the present. address will be followed by one by. Ernest Graham, manager of the Sunday In temperatures down to
'e i well-known men and women Sermon by Rev. Leroy II. Howell, Mr. A. G. Shands promoter of the Pennsylvania Sugar Company SO degrees, with reports that crops
lerlca, opening with an au- D.D., pastor Snyder Memorial Tournament THOSE WITHOUT AUTO bridge. Following this the talks' plantation, largest truck growersin probably were badly damaged by
|Jum assembly on Sunday Methodist Episcopal Church, Jacksonville LICKNHI3 -TAOS HlrIJJ"OTTO by the mayors will be heard. This this vicinity, said alpha had frost far Into the central portion $
1ng. Rev Leroy II. Howell, Fla. rRORI C.TTIOS-AI..J.EN program is to be Interspersed with left to do was "take comfort from of the state. The mercury there
pastor Snyder Memorial 7:30.. Sacred song service. Palatka Jan. Basketball In- music by the bands. After the government records which show was rising today. n
Ijodlst Episcopal Church of Monday, February 6th.-For terest in this city is rapidly risIng Those operating motor vehicle s program of the morning a barbe- that such a freeze occurs only once Barlow was the southernmost 1

.sonville, conducting the ser- getting acquainted with great out- since the recent announcementthat from Feb. let without new tagwilf cue dinner will be served. After in many years.." lie will replant. point& officially reporting a mini-
of-doors. the Florida State Athletic Association be subject to prosecution, I Is dinner the candidates will be givenan Eggplant, pepper, bean and tomato mum an low as 30 degrees.

esday's programs will include 'Tuesday;; Febuary 7th.Farmand had awarded the Third the final warning sent oat by W opportunity to address the crops at this plantation werea "Tills Is a freeze--not a frost,''

Marian Leland, the welln Markets day District Sectional Tournament to P. Allen, state motor-vehlele- gathering. About four p. m.. the total loss. Only a comparatively 0. W. Llns, manager of the Amer-
dramatic artist of New 2:30. Chautauqua Woman's this city and has set the dat- for ml loner. The motor vehicle de- motorboat races will be put on. small acreage was planted to them. ican Fruit Growers' here, declared ent

City and president of the Club. Open meeting. Recital: Mrs. Its playing as March 2 and 3. A partment extended the time from All of the features of the pro- Celery, onions, for some unknown after a tour of Inspection. The VoJ
na Beach branch of the Lea- Marian Leland, of New York City committee of Palatka sport' enthusiasts Jan. 1st to Feb. 1st at the request gram Including the features of the reason, were unhurt. Spinach was two-thirds loss estimates was his.
t>f American Pen Women. The lecturer and interpretive reader, has been formed by Sec- of Governor Martin Mr. Allen bridge, will be free to the guests. ----- ---
retary Charlie Harris of the cham- said, but will have to "close down"on .
ork of Mrs. Leland in New and president of the League of
ber of commerce and it will be the all owners after Feb. 1st.The INCOME: : TAX RKTITRNH: Two Grass Fires
and this state has won her American Pen Women, Daytona Hathaway Qualifies -
commlHslcner also requested FOR :
27.RHIKAHED: !
of this committee to see
among the notable teacherser Beach, Florida, in "The Man Who purpose
art. Burdette Q. Lewis! Married a Dumb Wife," by Anatole that the visiting teams and their! that is be ntade known that the Call Out FightersA For Governor's -
resident of the Penney- France. followers enjoy their 'stay In this department l is operating at maximum The collector of Internal reve-
speed, and that all positions nue now advises that: he has received -
|n corporation will lecture at ; 8:00.: Lecture: "Cooperative city. Race
venlng hour on "Cooperative Agriculture and Marketing in Con- Following shortly on the new where additional help is needed formal notice of the releaseof grass fire Saturday afternoonon
that the tournament would be held were long since filled. Reports Income tax returns for the year It
ulture and Marketing in tinental Europe"-Burdette O. the vacant lot next to Smith's
rental Europe." Lewis, Ph.D., Vice-president J. C. In this city Adolph Waterman veteran have erroneously gone-out( he said, 1927 and all taxpayers who filed Garage threatened several build- Jacksonville, Jan. 28--Dr. Fons 1'usj t
that the department has a numberof returns In this district for the year
of this city do-
sportsman
Penney-Owlnn Corporation, Penney Hathaway chairman of the State
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Bdnesday has been set aside ,
1926 in the the
vacancies. will be forwarded a return In ings vicinity but flames
nated to be the permanent
Farms, Florida. a cup Road Department and candidatefor
arke day and at 8 o'clock
possession of the team winning the The dally receipts of the depart- the near future. Any taxpayer were extinguished by using chemicals
Wednesday, February 8th.- nomination as governor In the
attending from Starke and are
tourney, and Ridley Wilkinson, ment are now more than $100,000, who falls to receive a form la requested from the truck and aided
eat communities will be weld Starke Day. 8:00.: Formal Wel- by June 6th primary election was the
Allen added, and the latest to make requisition for t/Of
chairman of the general committeeput Mr. '
at the auditorium. Rev. come to guests from Starke. Response volunteers with brush. Another first candidate for state office to
same to the Jacksonville office
831000.
by Hon. DeWitt C. Jones up a gold basketball as a re- disbursement was over qualify with the State Democratic .
.
Carleton of Starke will re- grass fire Monday afternoon back
A force of more than 200 is functioning All calendar year returns shouldbe
ward to the player making the
:Mayor of Starke. Executive committee In session
to the address of welcome.
filed with the collector of internal of the residence of Prof. S. S.
most the
I Mrs. Marian Leland fn points during two-day yesterday at Fernandlna It was
|Marian Leland will give the Recital _
meet. revenue at _T..lunn..II'A__.. _......_. Fin,- Dowling resulted In the
"The Twelve-Pound Look" and garage I announced here last night
d recital of the season on 1T. A. CENTERy
Ida not later than March 16th
,,
venlng. "The Will," by James M. Barrie. A three year trophy to be given L building being partly destroyed.ELKCmO.V Under the primary election law

[jursday's schedule includes Thursday, February 9th.-2:30.: by the business men of the .clt : Saturday afternoon the executive 1928 carefully, and taxpayers note the are requestedto each candidate for state office 1Iiet1
requirements
)Clara Z. Moore-Ferrell, who Chautauqua Woman's Club. Open will also be awarded the winningteam. committee of the Parent-Teachers returns In as much as it has : OF FLORIDA must quality with the State DemoiCII
cture on "Attaining and Re- meeting. Lecture: "Attaining and Association held their meeting. 11 t1. I'KKSIDKNT DKNIKIJ I I cratlc Executive committee as well '
been the of
taxpayers
practice
'
many ')11CIA
Retaining Youth and Beauty"Mrs. There are twelve counties In the I as the secretary of state at Tallahassee -
and
ag Youth and Beauty a was decided at this meeting that
to fall to take credit for
Third District, and at least sixteen I Gainesville Jan. 25.-No selection and having been present
Club of Clara Z. Moore-Ferrell. 111d
ert by the St. Cecella the regular meetings of the association earned income, thereby necessitating
ugustine. Friday Mrs. Le- 8:00.: Concert: The St. Cecelia teams are expected here to complete are to be held the firs refunds. of a successor to Dr. A. A, fur the meeting as a guest of the y d

will present Shapespeare's Club. St. Augustine Mrs. R, C. for the honor of going to thstate' Friday of each month. The next Any many returns received after Murphree aa president of the Unl Fernandlna Chamber of Commerce
the Stephens, president. tournament In Gainesville a verslty of Florida has been made, along with others Invited for the
fou Like It, this being meeting will be held Friday afternoon March 15th, 1928, will be subject '
February 10th.8:00The : week later and can not possibly be made until occasion Dr. Hathaway proceeddto 'f
Friday,
(appearance of this gifted Feb. 3rd at 2:30: o'clock alI t to a penalty of 25 cent of thetas
latlc reader.e third and last Recital by the Jacksonville will send three I the; high school auditorium. All shown to be due.per the next meeting of the board of qualify upon the passage: of a
| program of the week in full gifted daramtic reader Mrs. Mar- teams to the meet including the I parents, teachers and others Inter- directors Feb. 13, Dr. James M. resolution calling the primary as i

fs: ian Leland in Shakespeare's "As state champion Andrew Jacksoneam ested in the school welfare are n ":!-I""FiW\: I INJiitIKH: "Farr acting president, said today.It required by, law. ;,
day February 15th.-9:45. You Like It." ; the Robert E. Lee five and requested to attend this meeting, had been reported Dr. Harvey In commenting upon his action
I the: Landen Lions from South We urge you mothers and fath Newn Jones of Starke died W. Cox, Atlanta had been elected with the committee, Dr. Hathaway
B Jacks nvllle. Several hundred ers who are 'not members of the shortly before noon Thursday from president, Dr. l
[brida Delegates To Go Jacksonville fans are also expected P.-T. A. to join and keep in the Injuries received in an automobile 16th meeting of the directors was I launch actively Into an aggressive. '
down for a two days visit In this numerous undertakings for the accident Thursday of last week appointed acting president until campaign which will' carry into evaiv 0

s city.. when an automobile driven by Allen July tatSCHEDULEIMPORTANT. part nf the .tntA.Hunting .
good of our school.As -.:' -- --- ------ .
: Uninstructed To Houston Palatka and Crescent City are members! which position do Johns overturned at the' intersection -

: to be the representatives of Put, you occupy in our Parent-Teacher of state road 13 and the
nam county and are expected to Brooker road. The car was being
nand I na-Fla., Jan. 27.- years of service to the Democratsof make a creditable showing;, while Association An attender, are you.or absenter? drlveh at Much speed that the driver a

Ha delegates to the National the state that he was retiringthis St. Augustine and Hasting are the A pillar of a sleeper was unable to make the turn,

ora tic convention In Houston, year and would not seek to go schools from St. Johns county ex- A wing or a weight and car turned over In_the ditch STRAWBERRY HEARING ,4'Tallahassee /

b, June 26, who will be elected to the Houston convention pected to enter the tournament. A power or a problem alongside the road. Following the __ I "" |
le Green Cove will be the repre- accident Jones was brought to Y
state Democratic
primaries or provokenA
A promoter a
The aged committeeman was of Live Oak Fla., Jan. 27.No
sentative Clay
county Starke for medical attention and
will uninstructed in
f,5, go or a gater
giver
lauded the convention today Ice has been received by the FlorIda Season
If choice for the Democratic by will come from Suwanne county. A worker or a worry? be was found to be suffering from
Hentlal nominee.. It was today by the State Demo- Fernandina for "the convention courtiers from Columbia county, A peacemaker or a strlfe-crea- His condition showed a slight improvement nterstate Commerce Commission Jan. 4
K presidential l nominee. It wasled for his past activities, and In turn while Mayo. Cross City, Starke, torT until pneumonia set In that the series of hearings begunIn -

today by the State Demo- be responded that he hoped the Lake Butler and Maclenny will A supporter or a sponger? and he d'ed yesterday. Florida recently regarding the With the exception of quail
deliberations of the body would also be represented at the meetingof Funeral arrangements had not transportation of strawberries In
K Executive committee In con- A soldier or a slacker? Florida's hunting season closed S
bn here. "benefit the party and the state." the high school cage teams of fault-finder? been announced up to time of goIng carload lots would be resumed at
A friend tr a 31st according to notice
Montgomery Ala., February 8th. January ,
One gubernatorial 'this section. to .
aspirant was
view of the proximity of theKai A helper or a 'hinderer press.TE.ICHERS'
coaches and of The hearings are being held to l Issued by both the United States ,
among the speakers on the All managers
'meeting and the staten pro- There with the goods or off withan INSTITUTE
it was decided to have a gram today-Fons A. Hathawayof I teams are advised to get in touch excuse? ; : determine whether the Interestate department of agriculture and the
iU committee from the execu. Talalhassee, chairman of the with either the chamber of com- AT imOOKKU .commission should order transportation state department of game and

Kommittee to meet Immed- state road department, Numerous I mtrce or the sports department of ,\ REPORT I of strawberries by ex- fresh water fish. The last day on
relative to Information A meeting of the Teachers' Institute pr"'"a car from Florida, Georgia, is Feb
after the election to other notables were present at the I the Palatka News I which quail may be shot
canvass
the tourna- of Brooker will be held Saturday Alabama N. Carolina South Carolina -
ns and the meeting which was representativeof I regarding Weather report for week ending ruary 15th.
certify delegates
It national convention. Theree 56 of the state's 67 counties the 1 ment. Feb. let, 1928, Southern Forest Feb. 11th from 9:30: to nnd Virginia. Upon the outcome Birds killed during the open e.ch
16 to the nat- largest delegation since the com- Experiment Station, Starke branch. 2:30: a. m. The program for this of the Investigation officials season may be held for ten \clayst'
delegates I ]LOCAL RELIEF ORGANIZATION "Need for good system of re- lof fh" Florida commission declare,
Precip.
R convention from Florida mltee has been meting over a period Date Max. Min. after the close of the season,
Erof of 28 years.ANNOUNCES. Jan. 25 64 SO .08 meeting is as follows: |will determine to what extent the at the end of that period persona
whom will be
delegates A meeting to consider the advisability and records" C. C. Matheny.. 1 of Florida will
Industry
fee, four and four Jan. 26 <6 40 .00 ports I strawberry found with the carcasses' 01 game
men wornp FOR LEOI9LA- of organizing a Public 1 Jan. 27 60 43 .26 "Need for more schools to be expand. will face prosecution by both the

address ,, Charities or Local Relief Association Jan. 28 48 33 .00 accredited. 8. S. Dowllng. T'he> next bearing will' be before federal and state authorities the
keynote ,to the Tan.a -, : was scheduled to be held at Jan. 29 64 22 .00 "Need for more Junior high W T' Bartel the.Interstate com- statement says.StuartMartin.
today was, sounded by J. T. Barnes 'announce In this Woman's Club 7 o'clock, Thursday Jan. 30 66 28 .00 schools In Bradford county,"" Dr. J'j mil! 'I'-nM director of' 'public ser- .
w L. ,Grady 80-year-old J Issue a* a candidate for the legislature evening of this week. Mrs. 31 74 41 ', .00 W. Norman L. H. Futch C. Yt".. nd W. R. Brennan an,exam- county sanitary
kiln Ian.
county veteran of poll- from Bradford county...Mr. I Leonard of Jacksonville: a noted 47 .00 awhorn. T'I iner commission l having chain of small 'a,
atherlngs of the party In-the Barnes is the first to make formal worker, expressed her intention of Feb. 1 Musical features are to be added '.n' the Montgomery hearing lakes and ponds surveyed with
|who has been an executive announcement of Intention to I attending this meeting, following LeesburgBuilding- permits issued to his program. M restate commission will view to mosquito eradication. ""

[tteeman since the admlnls- make the race and.,h states it is s i personal Invitation from the clt- : here dur'OK 1927 totaled The trustees and patrons from II r.. the investigations at Winter Garden-First National

fc' of Governor W. D. Blox- his Intention to make a thorough It:zens of Starke Interested In the 656.500, compared to $558,237 an parts of the county are Invited ,1.I W .. ":ton. N. C.. February 13th. Bank of Winter Garden complete
I',He deelared'.that after this canvass of the county. movement In 1926. to attend this meeting : and >t Vow York February JOth. successful year
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. H --- roar of the engine and the rush of to the floor and picked It up. "Is I we throw arc ItaM: -> earn* BKAIFOIU COUNTY TKLK- A Digest of the Platt .
this It?" .. GIMl'll "IIH\L FASHIONS" 0..., ,
the wind-the telephone poles on harder than they wet_ ..
': Bradford High School the side of the road took on the "YesVhat! has happened-he's I S uy
I not dead-tell me what happened. I Oue..*.!. mom Illew; J an Belle Hamilton Doyle E. Cant
appearance of a tall picket fence --,
,
dual .
: | commit OM Mi

Journal and the straggly pine trees looked "Nope, he ain't dead and as for but d.*piMMa> crtaM. Candidate for_ Gov.-rnor.

like a solid wall of foliage. what happened, ask Mr. Brown, I
o he's probably a better authority on[ morning fouad tbs bulls
Some half hour later the boys
If he's talk after flooded and the beat for the
the subject able to -
EJitor-In-Chief ________ ___________ WILLIAM DUNCAN slowed up and swung off the high-
brother
that loving caress your ing mining. The water
, way onto a sand road that ran : WM

Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS crazilY through the woda. gave him." I! ed off In a day and school

s Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLANJoke The sun was setting and it was responded"James!Mr.are Brown we home, "if?"we,feebly ain't ued building.Tuesday ind much r
rapidly growing dark-the sky ,
Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELL overhead was a deep blue with a home for Peter sake take me

__ .n TAW rosy. Dink clouds. scattered. 'Home James.' I. on the coming "
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, through the if Stockings," to be presented
': IIOVOIlFIrBt ROLL TIIK ARTICLES: OF CU "'I.II.n-: sky as some giant SOCIETY Dramatic Club Is
I hand had scattered bits of rose progressing
ATION leaves the heavens. Off This publication wishes to go on nicely. The final 14 11 .4.7
to
among -
grade--Dorothy Crews, record with our belief that Bradford parts for '. 7I 7I"f 7Ia
a cast of twelve rd p
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following the west where the sun was setting w
f theme
'. Margaret Illiigglnbotham, Robert The was contributed meets all social qualifications. been made. Elizabeth
In its blaze of glorY-dark
Hamm. Nettle fowling Mary Jane i by Mary Towle of the 7th ominous clouds were rapidly piling She has the necessary bridge, indifferent and Carlyle Hitch have the ; a

Judd Mary Harriet Bishop, J.:. D. grade: / up-the black banks of threatening forms. There's the little S'

Starling. A. Z. Adkins Jr., S. L'i I I The articles _of confederation clouds with the edges painted bridge that the students cross on Mrs. George White, one
,
the to Walnut street, the most popular members ofythe er t
way / t
Alvarez McKay Johnson. i j were laws drawn by a bloody red gave them a beautiful -
'I up congress ulty and of the
bcldgo In each of their noses, and sponsor en
Second Beulah Brown
grade- ,
but terrible
,
to help join the thirteen original yet appearance. and Senior classes, has been
then they tell us, we go to schoolto
Bessie Varnes Carol White Clarice
Off to the east In strange contrast .
colonies together. These laws bridge the dept of ignorance. faring from a severe cold, {
Gill, Beatrice Moseley, Jewellne the heavens had turned from blueto ..
\ were passed by the United States Bridge la a card game, Well, rendered her presence at
Oassett. Ella Mae Manning Frances f
a dark purple, with a few dia-
of America. there's report cards. We might a short time, Impossible. ,
Lee Peek Willie Mae Thorn- SDOYLE
Each state had to send not less mond like stars beginning to winkat call this a game, because Its such students sympathized with
ton Billy Powell Albert Williams, the world
--rapidly now night V I
than two and not more than seven White in her sickness and
Theodore Geedge. Miss Ethel Griffin shut in."Ifot. tun to look at them. Yes, Bradford -
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teacher. delegates to congress; annually. is all fixed out socially. 'ied her return. Mrs.'S. S. .
Anderson Each state having;, however, hut dlggtty dog! drawled took charge of Mrs. White's
W.
Third grade---A. Chan.
one vote. nIt.\nFOIU iL ses during her absence A w
Don Stilley. Arthur Swanbom, Leila "Where? I don't "
dog,
'' These laws gave congress the I see any j
Mae Crews. Mae Mersereau, growled Mr. Urown. The Bradford '
power to: Some people get what they want, Glee Club ;
Bertie Mae Ward. Virginia Alvarez -
"
1. Declare and make "A house look! snapped musical treat for Starke on
I
war peace but according to some of the specially 9
Mary Louise Mast, Edna McKinney George."Yeah". evening I E. CARLTON
of
2. Make alliances and treaties February the eA
II. S.
Martha Slade, Jennie Tyler > favored students of B. I I
with other nations. a cough interrupted Mr. their first concert of the
leave-
Mildred Warren Eunice Wil who have been on French COXSKIIVK AND KVKI.: : .
Brown. (q'q|
mixed
chorus the Glee !
3. Coin girls
llama Miss Madge Middleton, 4. Settle money.disputed boundaries. Just as they swung the roadster others want what they get. I and a special boy chorus- 30 la HTATK'S IU'SUl'Itni4: : ,

teacher. 5. Advise states, but each state to the steps, the storm broke and ter such favorites as I
Fourth grade--.Grace Andreu, Gentlemen, fellows, and roam- A One-piece FrockInterpreting (a) By fostering AltfllQllur
they barely managed to gain the The Deep, "Sing Along"; and
practically Independent.
Lourle McKinney, Vonda Inman, was Ing citizens, lend me your ears andI Development through i
shelter of the small Simple, the 'ers.
I But these laws porch as The concert, under
no
gave congress
Lots Judd Fannie Silcox Huby will feed 'em to the hungry mul- '
power to: rain poured down in torrents i rection of Mrs. A. E. Wall, But Graceful Lines! and determined effort III heha;!
Learn, Dorothy Leavitt. Miss Gus- titude or sausage meat croquets.
1. Enforce laws. 'They spent some half-hour on I visor of music, will be held the farmers' three problems p
ale Mae Bennett, teacher. I 2. Levy taxes. the small porch, but as the storm I{ Have you ever stopped to think high school auditorium. This daytime dress might be ductlon, Distribution mid
Mar
Annie Murrhee If all the silver dollars minted
Fifth grade- that
3. Raise showed no signs of abating, they : admission will be charged. attractively developed either In
to debts.
Helen Mersereau Martha Powell, money pay annually by the U. S. Treasury satin or woolen material. 'l'hn ing.
/ tried the door and it I .
4. To regulate trade: as was an
Lula Redgrave, Alma Thornton, ; automatic latch that locked from were stacked one upon the other A basketball game with square bosom front closes at the (b) By encouraging Indus,!:'
Russell Judd, Merrill 5. To enforce treaties. I that it would make a pile so high left stile with buttons and an Inverted -
rose next' Friday, Is still in a
the with
MCKluneY'1' had but house. The outside, they had no trouble Development its emplorllot
:Miss Eunice Perkins, Congress one : that It would probably fall over; tlve stage. It has not been pleat In the skirt; provides
government consisted of the legis- getting inside--once inside they fulnesH. The bark Is plain amithe labor and Inducement to ,'a ,'.
Sixth grade-Lois Long, Lois' and In the words of."Burrheard, j I ;
I tained whether the
Adkins, Elena Prather, Martha lative body only. The large and began to explore around and look that famous high school scholar ]I game sleeves tlg-llt-flltlng. No. 3041 (c) By protecting our ft:
small states were represented over their new surroundings played here or not. Is designed for ladles In nln34" and Fish Supply not with us.J
Brownlee. I equally. suddenly the door slammed shut. and philosopher, "one can hardly I ments will be made Friday. 36, 38, 40 .nd 42 Incric busf. regulations butwith law,
.
tbaq-
Seventh graje Mary Towle "My gosh!" whispered George, realize that every minute we grow game would see the new Size 36 requires 4V&' yards 3'J-lnch and the
tect at
first submitted Dr. same time
They were by "" make .
:Mary Brownlee, ITonle Rivers, Lucille We're locked In here."" older and older. Think about ,'Tornado In the initial and material. Price of pattern 15
up -
Benjamin Franklin, July 21st, enjoyment reasonably pusaltfe:
Edwards, Palmer Williams. i I I It folks and pity Ponce De Leonj 1 eat action. cents.
1772, to the assembly of state delegates "And for how long, laughed I (d) Advance every wortliwh.
Cox Vic- don't waste Make
Eighth grade-Ralph than but at the same time ] your- dresses at horn-
he started for the door-
called the continental as I Interest of the State to the '
tor Thomas Beverly Cady, Louise I cong- time weeping as we don't yourself! Of course you can with e
I ress. but his laugh froze on his lips and your the help of our patterns, that its possibilities as a Het
perfect
Edwards, Georglana Pender, Evelyn wish you to take too much time
Stump Daisy Tompkins Etho- By May 1779, twelve of the states turned to a gasp of horror, for studies grieving-and in line and correct In every detail. Resort, Play Ground Work Sand

lln White, Martha Trims, Elizabeth ]had ratified the articles of confederation down the narrow aisle came a tall as from one your of our teachers mentionedthat STARKETEN There Is a cbarmlnyr!; assortment Agricultural Empire mar
white swinging figuremoaningIn of styles from which to choose
Towle. but Maryland demandedthat afraid that several of fully realized.
a low errle vein "a-h-h-h I've she was : YTVUS AGO :your Immediate requirements In
I New
York Virginia, Connect-
Ninth grade-Raleigh Dranner, health was being undermined -:
her students' our New Winter Fashion '
Next Issue another
got got -got can'tget Hook. ( plank of rCarlton's
you
you you I
Milton Brownlee, Alice Fernandez, I'icut and the other states give up by burning too much I __ I II Send 16 cents for the book today.A will
I'their Aalms' to the lands west of away-you cun't"-anll the platform appear
Louis 11111 Richard Long, Howard flivver, no
voice rose from a low moan to a midnight oil-In a pattern for the above design this space.) Paid Political A
Moore Marjorie Newell Gary Ov1 erstreet Muriel Sllcox, Rachael I'til all the states had agreed to cede high; pitched piercing wall of/grief doubt. I at Camp Jackson, has been will be sent prepaid on receipt of

1 1IIams. their claims to the Federal and sank back to a sobbing half moted to the 301th fifteen cents in stamps or coin.
Silcox, Wainwright, Ruth WIN ) govern- looking forward to
Well, we are You Know A Tonic is Good
moan and half cryyou're mine, Write your name and address
M ment did Maryland ratify the ar- short months of school, Engineers.
Tenth grade-Isabel Kaazyneskl, .1 1 ticles. It was then March let mine." the four of us are so anxious After a pleasant visit here clearly, give number and size of when it makes you eat like I
In tact some
Eva Marcotte, Edna Stansbury, :1781. Glmmle a brick! gasped to attend school, that we wish Mrs. Lalla It. Chase and pattern, and address Pattern De- hungry boy and brings back U*

Lester Sponholtz. I The government; thus failed because George. school would hurry up and finish, 'v. Morgan, Mrs Entenza partment, Bradford County Tele- color to your cheeks. You a
it gave too much to "You mean a galling gun," said ed to her home In Jacksonville graph, 329 Fourth Avenue, New
Twelfth grade-Lois Gainey, power we could start a whole new soon feel the Strengthening, IEvigoratirg
Gwendolln Launt. Reba Maxwell, I each individual state and not Chan as he strove to wrench a so Monday afternoon. York City. Effect of GROVE
again.
enough to the general bench from the floor-but even year Miss Cassie White .
Mattle Norman, Jessie Williams. government.The spent R. E. Poyner is the champion TASTELESS CHILL TONIC
.- Revolutionary War was his tremendous strength could not 11. II. S. HUNK day in Jacksonville.
HTUI>E\TM M.\V! DIE; OVii': l I|most over before the states could pull them from the floor. Teo-When, are you going to Mr. and Mrs. McLaurin of peanut grower in Jackson county, Pleasant to take. 6Oc.

KXKHTION: : TllOl'UIIT; CAt'HK i agree upon a form of government. Home James! My Gawd take pay your class dues? burn, Ga., who are spending Judging front the results of the Liver Pills

thought'' a me home,", howled Mr. Drown as joe .As soon as the publisher winter here with Dr. and Spanish peanut yield contest which A package of Grove's Liver PUb I li a

Scores of students are HOME JAMES he leaped up and saw the thing ad- pays 1..e, If he. accepts the novel I L. Haynes,. went down to was conducted In that county last TASTELESS closed with every CHILL bottle TONIC of GKOVT for the

to be near death and possibly I vancing towards him-the thing which I will finish when I have Geneva Tuesday year by County Agent E. P. Scott. who wish to take a Laxative in sunned <
many will be dead by the time this ( (By Joseph Malpas.) leaped or rather it seemed to suddenly the inspiration to begin it. Misses Martha Tyson and II't with the Tonic

dispatch Is made public. Due to i "Let's Gol"! rush forward with the swiftness Livingston of Gainesville, Largely Increased acreage devoted -

the severe scholastic ordeals they I "Yeah, and when?" and accurate ease of an axe Teacher-Conjugate swim. Sunday with Miss Livingston's to the growing of watermelons lUllltlllUilllllllltlllllllllllllltllllHIIIIIIIIIIIItUllll. -"

have been subjected to during the "Well, wake up and help me In the hand of an expert wood- Allen-Swim, swam swum. ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Indicates that Lake county will

past month, and their strenuous rank this piece of animated gas chopper. Mr. Drown, moved and Teacher-Now Conjugate dim. ston. ship close to 1,800 cars during LAND

efforts to get passing grades, as bugg.' r"Who ran with the swiftness that Is born Allen-What are you trying to Messrs. Gus Beasley and the 1928 season as compared with

well as the strain caused by their 1' wants to do that?" sleep- with stark terror-down the aisles do now kl'd me? Canova spent Saturday in \ 1,061 cars in 1927. SURVEYINGSubdividing

attempts to be good, keep quIet ,1 ly answered Chan, as he crawledout around the pulpit over the benchesand Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg .

and break no rules, It is thought 4' from under the car where he back and forth Mr. Drown Buck I quit. children, motored to Utility companies In the state

that they cannot stand the resulting 1'had been sleepily working.The Just one Jump ahead of the thing. Scootle-Llssen. ya. 111' runt. The Sunday and spent the day. are arranging programs of development -, Drain

: over exertion much longer. A I two boys. Chandler Griggs The boys tried to find something sooner we never see each other, i IIrs.Vm, Edwards had that will give employ- ,age Systems

+ noticeable weakness and absence and' George Davis, were pals In every with which to fight the thing, but the better, It would be for both of. ]homo after a visit of several ment to hundreds of men and will

of "pep" is settling ever the stu4 4 sense of the word-but they nothing was available-not evev a us when we meet. wlh Mrs. R. O. Daniels in also mean much to various sections Accurate WorkH.

dent-body, and probably this were as different In size and nature song book. sonville. ot the state where such Improve-

week's tests will be the final straw. as It would be possible to find Suddenly Mr. Drown saw a door Miss Jackson-Do you know the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rowand ments are contemplated. The confidence E. Lagergren

The Junior class will probably be 'two boys. Chan li/tig of frame, opening to the back of the church capital of Alaska. Misses Myrtle Sheldrake and In the state, the desire to Starke Fla.HttiiimHiHiimmimtimtimlltlimnmimilimillinilP .

entirely wiped out, as the Juniors 'abnormally strong and very slowof and he darted into it, but to his Nookle-No'me. Anderson motored to Lake build and improve their propertyand ,
< speech and movement except but outlet and the'vision of the best state in
are suffering the most from overexertion horror It had one M. J.-Correct. Sunday. "" I w
I t'when he became excited. While on that was the way he had come in. /Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barbour the union has always been part of
I1KiaiiTii the other hand, George was at the door the big plans of the Utility I
-* rr-rr everything The thing stopped Miss Florence-Who Inventedthe two little daughters, Mary com-
JK.\IM: .1 I that Chan was not-he ,was land laughed low, demonlclal ? CASKETSand
/ steam engine and Lorraine, of Jacksonville, COFFINS &
The eighth grade "Bird Club" "small compact, graceful; of move- half wall, half cry of triumph-it Bill II.-What? visiting Mrs. Barbour's .
Live Oak which has long been
reorganized last Wednesday, the i ment and interested In everything seemed to know that there was no Miss Florence-Correct.. Mrs. Angle Sternberg. a Full Line of
regarded as too hard for
following officers being elected: ,i and everybody; there seemed to escape for Mr. Drown. Inch byInch Avery G. Powell, successful -
lumbering Is now being turned Suppliw
1 be nothing that he Interested Undertakers'
President-Elizabeth Towle. was the thing advanced on him chuck- Proto Dowllng-How Is electricity the Florida Times-Union, into
exceedingly durable floor
Vice President-Victor Thomas. I In as Chan remarked. ling and walling to Itself. "You are BEARS
conveyed 1JoeWhy' after business In
looking
AUTOMOBILE
material, those In charge of the industrial
Secretary-Evelyu Stump. | lie could discuss on any subject mine, mine to kill, to tear to er- Tuesday -

Treasurer-Lester Price Robinson ; from toothpicks to battleships. pieces"-the thing stopped, slowly Prof. Dowling-Correct. survey being conducted in Always en ..... The V tat ...s"la
Florida declare. The wood Is the leweit pri_ 8p--
Maybe it was because of their differences so
settled Into a crouch like a pantherthat The Bureau of Agricultural Unlloa U tlcnph .r4.*
Eloise Rltch, John James Rooks, :I that they were such pals; Is sure of Its prey and wishesto Rooks-What part of school do nomics, United States hard and the grain so fine that REG1STKBED: XMBALMUDEwrrr I

Victor Thomas, Melba Silcox were I'together; they made a perfect pair. tantalize it before striking the do you like best? of Agriculture, has compiled one> foot weights; seven pounds. c. JONES

appointed as a program committee I "Both otIS,"' snapped George. death blow-as it gathered itself Ritch-The going and coming. tistics regarding the average ,

for next club meeting: I "Why?" and sprang, Mr. Drown staggered ue of farm real estate per Stop your suffering s STARKB. FLA.

At our assembly on Friday the "Because Mr. Andrews said so," back against the wall and an old TUB ETIQUETTE: CLUB the principal agricultural 1

following Interesting talks were replied George as Chan graspedthe forgotten door swung open and Club days are discussed "One's for the years 1922 and 1926. 4y. iAi ''luro JJlo""m"""

given: i crank and proceeded to spin both Mr. Drown and the thing Position in the Community" and the twenty-nine state listed, I Guaranteed

The Quail---Comer Edwards. I|the engine-the engine coughed tumbled out In a heap. "Cards and Visits." "The Use ty show a decrease in farm 1 Illlnd luvruitoed or protradlna to rare Plla Itehine*'or.awns BlmxHntf.r ...
Bald Ben Stern- fitfully, then as the cylinders of Cards," when and whereto P. funded. Get the handy tub with pila
The Eagle- The boys who had decided thatIt fulness one state shows no change, pip. 7fe| Of tb* tin boy We. Ask lot

berg. 1 i swung Into line, she roared Into was best to help Drown at all leave them. show an increase of farm PAZO OINTMENT Say it with Flowers.

The Snipe-Bob Frlnk. 'action. A little adjustment of the cost since they would probably receive The program committee discussed one state shows no change,

Woodpecker-Elizabeth Towle. I carburetor and the big engine of the same fate; opened the their plans for the assembly show an Increase of from one Flowers For All

Melba Silcox had charge of the the roadster singing her song of door. Chan paused a moment to Friday. cent to 15 per cent and

meeting and presided In a very power, all eight cylinders firing In wrench a board off the door so he NKWSPAl'EIl_. : OMni shows an Increase of 60.5 per To Cure a 'Occasions

pleasing manner. I perfect unlslon. could use It as a club and with the : the .
I "A good Job-that!" said Chan speed and ngllJUX unlocked for in Owing to a play practice, the Accidents at railway Cold in -
of
Other Item !.admiringly; as he listened to the the sleepy chnn cat-like, he drop- majority of the members last continue to take up space In Gertrude Godbey

All the pupils are much interested chuck of the valves when the engine ped to the ground and grasped club, were not present at newspapers. It every auto One Day
Anderson
In the study of agriculture was throttled down. blindly at the rolling thrashingball week's meeting. Vice president would follow the rules of ,

which we have recently begun. The "Yes, but It took me too long of arms and legs that was Mr. Joe Malpas took charge. The bulk Florida Bus Lines and come YTako -

past week we have been busy and now we have to drive Mr. Brown and the thing-as his fin- of the meeting was taken up a full stop at all railway Phone 39 Waldo PFor "

planting various kinds oft seed Brown out to his farm-and right gers closed on the thing, Chan discussion of the coming assembly there would never be any !' e

In boxes and Jars.'so we may makea now." thought well anyway It's solid as program. accidents at crossings Laxa1lveBromp

close study of roots and leaves ,I "Yeah Well where is her' he held the thing still for a mom- I Rev Carleton,.of the Episcopal crossings carefully. "

In the grafting and budding section I "Here." answered Mr. Brown, ent and swung his board-It landed exercises .
church, led the chapel t
,
According to J. L. Clark,
Bob Frink has done some who walked up while the boys with a sickening thud and the Wednesday, After the readingof
den director of the
wonderful work, Judging by the were talking. thing started as If to stand up he county
the Bible and prayer gave an Quimefablat's
specimens he brought to school It'' The car was a long low-swung then gave a sickening shudder and Interesting talk on "Throwing Growers Cooperative colds griPand

might be said that he Is a master gray roadster of once prouder slowly slumped to the ground and Stones The talk was Illustratedby a total of thirty cars of can ,

craftsman In that particular work. days-the body was almost un- lay still. were shipped from take
fitting example drawn from flu
Billy Parker has honored his recognizable and the fenders were To bring Mr. Drown around and during the season just closed.
I his war experiences. Rer. Carleton this amount 24 cars were The tonic and laxative effect of
hanging loose and the hood
room by putting on exhibition a was
tie the thing securely was but the Laxative
BROMO
suggested that we throw bouquets QUININE Tableta
rare specimen of Lekus Coniculus. | bent and scarred--but the enginewas work of a moment rather than stones for the things through the association will fortIfY the eyrtera againit Grip.
This Is beautifully mounted and still In perfect condition-the The storm had passed on and cars Independently Influenza and oth.r aerioue ill*raiult.
shows rare skill In one so young I old power was still there and she ing from a Cold. Price SOe.
the moon shown fitfully through a WAaeaaaW.role.ROpAAIMaMWILNWOeMWIWIia10aIIW0WWYttllaOaplWL. .. _
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The boa bean this LU
her : algnature
as Dilly As a taxidermist he's a sang song of almost unlimited few scattered clouds, and George

wonder. |power to the boys as she glided heard o sigh of relief as they start HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE G.Yi/G.

P. S. For the benefit of those out to the open road and away ed the car and drove the few remaining -

who are not acquainted with the from the city-- as they passed the miles to Mr. Brown's Proven Merit since 188

above mentioned 'rare specimen" I'!'city limits George who was drivIng house.At TRAPC MARK RLe

wish to say It is a swamp hare or stepped on the gas and the old the gateway a man stopped

In plain words a rabbit. I roadster responded with a leap-- them and asked If they had seen STARKE, FLORIDA BILIOUS
the wind roared by whipping
at
anything of his Insane brother Don't
as weaken
Hosestead Represent' the nest your bowelswith
-Homestead Electric their Leading Insurance '
hair and flattening them Companies strong purees. Take Tone's
Shoe he had gotten away and he couldnt Pills to
litllrhRttf'bt Shop moves! -Into new and against! the seats. Mr. Drown yelled find him anywhere. FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY tone flowingFeel your liver better and .right.tart the off. bile Relieve the congest
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a aa iromet'MD'f *t George trot @re. "\"f!ft'h' tPn* complicabp"and
t. .ABJWTMKNTSTIAAE MITCHELL'S DRUG UTORB prevents
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of a series of auctions hICh--will I ill the main north and south high- :or A. Lamby coast guardsmen I \VHKlti; : TIIK SOUTH IllXJINSDownTwhere : with their mother, Mrs. Delia

be continued Friday. The sponges 'rays Including state roads Not I II Sentence to be pronounced Friday Thomas --- r
the welcome Is never Mr. and Mra J. A. J. McKinney,
New Florida in Short Paragraph/ sold were wool sponge of the best j I :I, 3, 4, 5, 15. 23. and. :ii. i'ho verdict of the Jury "guilty as stronger Mrs. Alice Kite and Mra. Volley

variety. A large quantity of this 1.( charged without recommendaion. Down where the glad hand-clasr McKinney, were visitors to Lake

and other good grades remain in Jacksonville--W. 1:. Caaon. Jacklonvtlle I: In each case, imposes upon U glv'n the stranger: City Hospital one day last week to

the exchange and probably wll be I' youth after spending three ,,.he court the arbitrary duty of Down where the smile dwells a little see Mr. Volley M..l Klnney, who has

cleaned out before the sales end I noutha in a hospital sufferlni I ,tent-Ins him to be hanged. I 1ould longer been In hospital for two weeks for 'itreatmellt.

Live State News and the boats return to the sponge I,rom injuries received while drlv I,' have found hint "Kullty uiiharged. That's where the South begins We hope he will soon '

fields. I ng a car /In an intoxicated condl (: ; ," with the addition "with Down where the roses bloom all recover.

I Ion, was brought into criminal e Hit capital punishment,' in which winter. e '

Bartow-Mose Wev, head of the (::ourt Monday and found guilty on (:'ase the sentence would have beer And 1 the water sparkles a little l\Iadlson-Sllcou story being

Bartow auto license bureau, traded !L+ charge of driving while drunk 1 its Imprisonment. It the sentences bit brighter, added to C. A. Itlalock garage

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES a spanking new 1928 tag for a II lentenced to serve six month an.. t tat carried out, it will be the firs! I And the bonds. of home are A wee build In. at corner of Range and \1''

flock of goats, but uoesn't wish the I a total coat bill of $1153.56 ovhlch ]langlng In the south, on a federal bit tlghter- Marlon. Yo !i

..... J _._, ._._. ___ 1 _" J --9 deal to be carried too far. A lanky $1104 was for paying i a.:ourt sentence, in the belief of' That's where the south beglna. High Springe Plans progosuIng :.

en Cove Springs--The third probably be realized by the stat country stranger, told\ Wev that he I{card; who watched over him in i iicapltal. a lhttrlct l Attorney William M. Ooh Down where the skies are a trifle for hardsurfaclng Ponce De

from the desired a tag but had nothing but 1 Young Cason's car struct \ r. bluer, Loon Drive.
Club
was deals.e t s
way-for-Governor r e the goats. "How erbout tradln' ,our automobiles and Injured sev And hope faith and love always Mayo-.Solltl car of' peanuts

I zed at the Qul-SI-Sana'lIotel Avon Park-With the generators th' goats fer oneT" Wev was I,cal people besides himself. I Tallahassee--A court fight for endure shipped from here on recent day.

teen Cove Springs last Mon- he life of a Duval county negro, That's whero the South begins. Cross road 19
and ed. The latter agreed to the exchange Clt-Gradlnit on
turning over Thursday, < ,
Tallahaaseu-Over million dol vhlch has lasted for five years,
a \
tlght at the call of a commlt- but balked when someone Down where a velvet breeze U begun at Stelnhatchee River '
A other units of the big $2.500,00 ars has Juat been turned into the' MIS renewed Wednesday In the -
ales tried to unload a crop of cabbage blowing bridge.
Scludlng B. Booth,. Senator J.
1 Florida Public Service Compan; for a license tag. I late treasury by the comptroller! I!late supreme court. The appellate And there la music In evory wave Pensacola $10,000,000 program

1 1 Smith, J. L. Sullivan and II. super-power station "thrown inlline" ()>mre on the sale of gasoline iif'lorlda I tribunal heard oral argument flowing of Louisville & Nashville

ulcutt.ahassee. ] during December. The I In an appeal from the circuit court the south of
"Juice" is available. Th< \Vauchula-One Hardee county That's where begins railroad Includes development
r e big plant is almost ready to be tied strawberry grower already* has''I non y, amounting to $1.047,191'1 I tor Duval county lu the case ol Down where the south U awaking, railroad's harbor facilities.

-Florida's state fire In with the transmission lines that made $1100 from a quarter of an 18. constitutes the collections 01 .,\Washington.. Counsel for And fortunes r are tn th<> nUl king. Jacksonville--This city's telephone J
its 'I:he 6 cents tax on gasoline Hold iiecember. Vashlngton was denied 1 a writ ol there's of and tor 1927 1675 tele S
1(1. ace fund since creation will carry electrical energy from acre of strawberries this season And more giving gain was
q.: Ay 32nd 1927, has earned for the AvoA Park plant to supply ?'O F. P. Farnesworth, the grower, ex ]) The tax was collected I trot coram nobls some time ago tak- less of tali Ing--- phones. J

b "Jtate a total of $244,873.45. cities and towns in Florida. pects to net more than $3000 on '(m 20,943.82) 3-5 gallons. Of the I Tier the case had been thrice That's where the south begins Winter Park-Now Baby Grand

Iii j.'Vigs. of the fund have been an acre and a quarter this season. I II :otal received the counties will 1 biredlted I n to the supreme convicted court.In 1923 Wash ol' Where there la more of laughing; Theater to open here shortly.

" ]ed by State Treasurer John Key West-Thirteeen showmen I A total of 1726 quarts of berries with 209438.29 for good,' I iigton was woman In and leas of sighing Orlando-Survey of dairy Industry -

alas, who is also ex-omcio connected with the Johnny ;J, were sold for more than $1100 to I roads; the State toad Department he slaying of negro And more of giving and less of In Orange county being

"'Insurance commissioner, and Jones carnival, arrested here atte date, while the acre patch ia Just ,i :$028,314.88; the common schoo'ill ," dance hall disturbance. He Subseuently veal buying. made.
-
gores are for the period end, the capture of 12 aliens In car I coming into bearing. Mr. Fames- j' get $139,625.56, and $89-I!entenced to be hanged. And 1 "yoii-aH'' make friends. without Cross City Klectrlc lights being:

3ec. 31st, 1927. belonging to the carnival company worth sold 160 quarts of berriesfor I Sl3.75.wlll be placed to the cord 4 the elect r Is chair replacedhe half trying .-- placed on Cedar street south

were released Saturday at $103 one day this week {i >t the building fund for the tact I gallows and Governor Martin That's where the south begins. Cross City New sidewalks being I
: elec-
ntka- -The territory around ternoon. The aliens had accuse r utions of higher. learning.Sanford 1'1 tuned tlon.warrant Litigation calling ensued for and 1 --..- laid around\ Courthouse ,\

jtka which includes Putnam them of accepting large sums 01 Key West Hundreds of automobiles II Fire which partiallY, ''I I t he roc II court held that Washngton .....N..............NSAa111'SON Square.'; 1
Jty and that part of St. Johns money to smuggle the foreigner! have traveled the the Oversea supreme .
bridge the St should die by !a special gal- *
over
the I *
;
.estroyed
CITY
ty surrounding Hastings, is tofa into this country but when brough highway Into Key West since

creamery, according to an- before United States Commlssione this great engineering feat became I'Johns river here Wednesday after Hone : ows. .It'u Tlmnm. .1 !

ement made Friday by J. R,. Rodney Qwynn, failed to identf;), a reality on January 15th, Ferry ]1 noon caused tralllc/ over State tom i .,
be routed through Osteeu, Miami With unofllclal i .....*... ., I
,, formerly commercial sec- any of the men held as the me[ service across the forty-mile water' I' DeLand and Sunford.. rattires of 18 to 20 dpgrves reported / r ,
of Putnam county, who isng they paid the money to. gap is to be tripled by the first between would I be ; > several points In theCverglades Sampson City, Feb. 3.--Wo are
that the bridge from
.
of the available e mouth and even then there I iras said the dutch of Mr I IIt
of
a survey of next that Saturday. South Flop sorry to learn 1' ,
extent :
such an ;
f cows .In this territory and Tallahassee--The circuit coot will, not be adequate accommodations repaired to for have suffered Hob Jones one of our beloved L
bo opened : believed to
jilzlng the company for Orange county erred In return. for the influx of autolsts. So soon it would again da was No ouch low Christians, who died Saturday afternoon 1 t 1 $
estlmat'd cold 4
_k \\ng Judgment of $20,000 agalns great has the advertising of this ise. The damage was not of a record soup anticipated thong) at :2 o'clock after elng) 1I
an been
absence ; had
|rt Lauderdale-Fifty teach- the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad II I; highway been that newspapers in 1'' because of the depart-I narks llrownrdounty III for several months. I 'f
road predicted.
the state roBt was \
of
pn Broward county schools favor of Lollie V. Alverson for alleged many foreign countries have written iltlcial the'' here was unofficially Services were held by Rev C. A I
started In of ,
blaze north and
The Stiff
1 asked for a reduction in sal- injuries received by the latter here for stories on Its construc nont. bridge tender whit] I ( reported to have suffor.fi! Crosby at hit home nnd hd was Always ia
of the
The request was made when the state supreme court hell tion. home 30 cent laid to rest at Rattlesnake cemetery
of the
nstructors realized that taxes the decisions, per curlam, declare cLeesburgPlana 18 I situated in the center rapidly the ruck crop 1. From losses estimates from per of dam Sunday afternoon. He leavesto Achy ?
and spread
ed reducing. The reductions, that the evidence as to the natur to capitalizethe fracture upwar< southerly swumi, mourn him two sons, Mr.
ot the bridge propel in the more
rating to about $20 a month and extent of the alleged injurle location of Leesburg on the timbers from both San age repluntlngs following the I Hampton Jones of Sampson C'lty. Too Often This Warns of

mean a saving of approxly was "so unconvincing" and th main cross-state highway of Flor 'ire" companies DeLand responded to i a territory old waves, a few weeks ago; Drub. Mr. Willie Jones of New Smyrna: Sluggish Kidney Action.
$10,000 for the school ad- amount of the verdict "110 growl; ida, under consideration by the local j ord and under ( hurt. No citrus I ono slater, Mr. Mary Thomas one
Btratlon for the remainder of excessive" as to warrant the con- chamber of commerce for some ('all and soon had the flames ably were severely reported The Penn bother, Mr. Frank Jones of Sampson LAME Stifl Achy? Sure your

ear elusion that the Jury was not gov- weeks, are taking form and at an control. damage was plants City. are woi'king right? Sluggish

t erned by the evidence early date other towns located on e )/Hlvunla Sugar Company Miami, Mr. Claude Brown and Mr. Millard kidney. allow wasto poison* to
of
I Petersburg-General un few miles out remain in the biood and make one
a
tlon.
e east to St.
Three thousandof shortest route from the I business trip
Jlahassee + the Varnen made n
In Soutt l with often
Feb and
timl
the Ku Klux Klan biggest truck growers languid, achy,
rich Everglades landt Tarpon Sprlngs-Sponge sale' the West Coast will be asked to' locking of will follow confermen Florida declared to estimate dam to Starke Saturday afternoon dull headaches dizzinc-j anti& a> ,aii'Sbackache. :

Lake Okeechobee is beingd amounting to $54,000 were conducted Join in giving publicity to this Iruary 22nd i unofllclally I rhooxtruclfou Mrs. 1)1'111Thomas and daughter A common wanting ucanty 4Y
said
third degree, upi Its
( by the state to settlers from at a local sponge exchang road, all of which will be paved 'of> the K-Trlo, or order an; age, but of their more ten del Clco, attended the Union Association or burning secretions.Doan't. .
of the
sections of the country. The Saturday and Monday, the amoun within a few months. The route i in all members been complete at Hope church Satur I'ltti, a stimulant diuretic
ils leased for $15 and $20 an being $44.000 and 10000. Then' has been designated as the Flor; action provided for by the cnstltu rope might have tin day increase the secretion ot the kidney. I
loss in
sales thl It Is the only I ion1 adopted six years ago in Atlanta They suffered little the and thus aid in the elimination of
held
;for the present truck crop are the largest ida-Shuttle highway. the Miss\ Lula McKlnney spent I
cropijy
signalize the abolition earlier cold snaps, saving bodily waste. Users everywhere i
|>n, and upward of $45,000 will month, and marked the beglnnlni east and west road that intersects I[ of, and secrecy will In membership I of flooding. The 18 degree min. week-end with her aunt Mrs. done Ooun't. Aik. your neighbor '

:o' oooaooooo, o-oco, t aiaaaoa the Klan. Dr. W A. Hotalen, Imerlal mum was recorded there. Arle Mr.Brown Henry Brown made a business
.
I lecturer and Klan evangelist Pii.Ls
I > Birmingham, Ala.,. said In i a Luke Worth Plans making foi trip to Starke Tuesday DOAN'S (lOC
F(OT) HEALTH 7 AL,KS rom here Wed meeting here of Florida'ress Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wilson were I
Joint
I 1,000 word statement AJT1MULANT DIURETIC/ .W KIDNEYS(
I 9Why 9 tesday. He told reporters he waLUthorlzed Association and South Florda visitors Herbert hero Sunday and Lucluti Thomas I tbnrr.MllburnCo. MIll .m.Bufr.lo.NY
25 Mr.
to make ofllctal state Press Association, April

Stro ng Leg Muscles Hel p the Feet I lento for the 1CI+ut. The statement 27. ot Jacksonville spent, the wsek-entl',- -- -

I denied reports that the robe ---- ....-..-......... "
...
& &&&& /
&A. & &
& & & & & & &&AA&&A&&AA and
& & & & abolished
TTTTTTTT I I"f'0 and helmet would be ent,
that the un .
I declared emphatically ,e'oJ
1 ,"-" asking did not result from any: ;
I legltila /, 1
.r I," /,/ ,< anticipated anil-masking Ue: ..

III' I I' 11,1111. nMrItiNC&0 dY .. ., ,..cwrr i Ion ama,or Georgia recent, agitation Indiana or in Pen Ala- ;was,1 1rn

m.rr h'Il' ;: A l1t isylvanla
"' \l U. nrc.rl e .

.a",,,n at at.r if Iit I Madison-Four hundred head of .u I
>
.. IN UL iMo' tall red cattle were moved from r yt
9 t ladiHoii to Valdosta this week It b t
.. o1rod: .i rs' t e.iY1 .
1 1 over the Georgia and Florida rail
..".;' /KtUt. ll-tl. r I oad. This lot of rattle was fedfor ,, .,
,. a ugr i
,, .. Wee/ Fralelgh ToIbacco ;
"" <,/< 100 days by the r '

..i' ul I.if |umXNt.L. Company. They were ou a

ration consisting mainly of cottonseed
I meal as the Fralelgh farm 1 Is'not
...
.Galt o.
Ina lock farm and Hpeclallzes:/ In'tobacco
.. r.. ..",u u.'e' + a
.-. Lar ..a wu... rather than forage crops g tt1s

__",a ..'u...,... a.. During this period the animate
.. era ..,", .bGN gained an average of 100 pounds

,.. _.... W'.,..'''. b" each In weight and their value wa
... .WYN I.rt a ri Increased by two and onehalfcents '" "
/ / .
'fI ,
,
; JLgR
..... Via <
Frulelgh
aY Yta rtl' M per pound. Mr. whoa b
.
..." w WYYa t1Y' 1 the cattle for the benefit ofhis : '
teedlt
......... ulna. at d,. bade tobacco IV ar( ./W.. < CItM
and raises fine ,
soil rfAN' i:
... ,. ,
h. .YU graauut ; up. He cell ;r
.,., "-.. YL ....01.. W... WNt.KINQ i as a money crop. :Y. > f 'rtix4fAYN1aVY'
..- aLLUnau Wta. .Uiu males that the saving to him. onthis '
..: g11UeQ
*
W '" 0',1 Ufcki, ,,10.1 lot of cattle was $5,000.
,r tU.t sacs. .w tm .

't.. .. y wwao..u WHO Uav. .. Lakeland-City and county an- Q
.. .... lu lav weuui. '' vluul critics today were Investigating
CYYA tl euuYCA'a surrounding the dlllcovery 'TheIdeal Pavement
.. Y a1Gy. rAYY/Y. .uei circumstances of three sticks I Il
ur w ,....... .uv"n1.lun., early Friday
,, .y 'y..arlllg. ot UigUUltt t'i of t dynamite under the automobile i

M .. ..."... raYretlltl KLa of[ William R. Cade, lawyer, whichhad
c. w. u".u to ao'w been parked at the side of hishome. for Florida Streets (bo

Yl .W14 "U latel'wltlau The tune had burned about '

y wH lOUt k'tW p A 1a an inch before it was extinguished .
wuY J. .... aautl, crUWQ/U. n either Cade nor the police could \1v0AVEA'1ENTS

wt .,.,. .wtWrag u.e tlrutuu. ,; ..hs" I advance a motive for the alleged of Portland cement concrete -
/ w w. loiwuio pull )
,
home
the lawyer's
.nub u uues .rc atwayr.iw R sTURe rtCY 4utTepRRECf tempt to blast rigid
I but officers gave credit to reports JL retain indefinitely their true ,

Nor tf iu. ,.. .Iota kouuuctiuu oa- d { i PHOTO that a split in the local Ku KluxKlan surface.Year after they with-
_.: ... ...Jt .w .' uj Hi, leg, auu i iIMM fur f' r r iQRAM I from which Cade ia said tohave even riding year e '

f Ui .uIt iu teuuuii ku recently withdrawn, might stand the pounding of heavy vehicles and ,
ll.' UK. ..a UftUUiUft ate Coaac r rErtcorta I clue. Authorities lIaldthey

( ,, ..lt ,a wnu ttoroua t I r yyt,. POSTURE ,,, furnish understood a that the Itateklan ,,' facilitate the flow of traffic.
u)*i c* J ..we 01 uieu lorceau 1r 6 4 q THa Ore I at Jacksonville ,, tr
tour .. >uu will loon at uui 1 Meru ortFO headquarters '
wua. .u ol me tool, you S; Irayc'Y also had started an ..Investlgatlonof "'" .' Ernest Street, Jacksonville, pictured above,

wet .., ituaon ol Acbiiies, r Les isi of! affair. ." and
e the
'
tcrl?i. *i .U6t:.i eouoa ol Uio ,i uRgltD I r furnishes a fine example of the beauty

wave u tuaerlea alto me .; Live Oak-A number of Suwan- distinction which portland cement concrete 'i
CUICM or noel already .' /
pan ui tie on ConNetts. county farmers have J
nee r
i u tAt c ...uua leuaun ol two ) .' INQ WITH I purchased Sea Island cotton seedleed pavements are bringing to Florida Streets.
..trocuemJ any THtS HCBL
tutlL/ta .10.
I J. D. Clinton, who op-
u....".: tut action ol toe 13 meCH from S
.uawtw oiuacie. loi example, U.ES eratell the local glnnery, and anumber "':'; Far-seeing communities everywhere are paving -
have ex.pressed >
TENDONWHO of other farmers
coon to <"i ol the loot oj Uu choice
ea te"; .. sad to extend tbe I their Intention of trying with concrete-the overwhelming

C6NTRACTION l ;..,, ; UFT3 staple variety again this
long
1 y TUB the I '
mW <{ me leg also neap to HEEL I',iar. There In no doubt but thatthe ,i l .of motorists.
wt I< u wuli. a. to drectblt tFSN TMf: I' ., Sea Island cotton acreage Isthe '

urn .Lr tn.uuie weak uirougauic ACrtoN OP s A WWIttKINt1 y I largest since the boll weevil 'or ,' PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
weakoesv, '
I could .: i w reQected organic in the con t. ,, 1M/VLS6 uMOtR d ''ravagel forced the farmers to quitplanting 521 Graham BUtf., ].ackeoaville: Florida
I Mr.Clinton rash
It several years ago.
i 01 lu .ot .
veu".. v.suna with ailing I gives It as his op'nlonat twitb.
ave aunt w.Y in walking natiu- I i long ,.staple cotton will be

tarts w a tendency to avoia a safe and profitable crop thUar. PORTLAND CEMENTCONCRETE
jtng u(..>u me weak. or afflicted muoclea. IftI.* euatalnlng muaclea: the proper correction and stimulate I ImUKulu' I',. He gays the scarcity of this
ana (a Uuow! tbe Dodjr's and tlsmea become tufflclently weak control. the market Insures a
reault II : cotton: on
,_ the loot. Tblea and eufflclent preaeur I* Weak leg muscle may :
jkt cut te upon eyed enough
itttttA d distort ocher por01 placed upon them, they will give way, weak or turned ankle, whim an hlgb price and there ia not United
uie tart whoa the Dodj's and the bona descend toward the often a synonym for weak arche Oon I'i long staple seed In the

|>t is im, iperl borne, the tom (ground If the trouble la due to DM foot trouble seek competent i ales to make an over-production
treat to distort any foot oxny ystemla 41aeaa ot wcakneaa. the came advice. isatble fro several years to come.
mould be referred to the family phyIclan. With th. feet put Into good con a e M1**I

person are deterred from In th* majority of --. how dition. walk regularly, .rearing eltl0able Miami--Double penalty or death
1111 oy wraknese ot the arms ever. U not too far prograd. eur- ehoea and clotning- Tau uu: Imposed tonight by a federal for permtrinence -;
will Wetlmnlaud. wall I
muscle ot the feet and legs -
cause .pain during or alter steal plate or aicb eupporta. Intelligently Horace Alderman, M
the whole body -.uocs. court Jury on
I. Ins arc ea or Los reel are adjiuted to Use IndinduaJ and Vlc-
'. "_ OT llgamenta and foot may t>* told temporarily to git the nervous eystem ID'YJpated. Ilaer of Sidney Sandorlln




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liRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE.. FLoRm.\ __ FRIDAYFERRUARY_ 8, f.
PAOJl: FOUR __.__ ...__ _m' __._ .. ---------- --'- --.. .- ----- --- J ---.-- ----.....;.;.
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t : (TERT'J<] TCItY.AIN TWENTIETH CLUB : LOCAL J Keystone Heights J: \ '.

i z c>c..a.t MI. Helen Ocden. Cur.. .. \\

:t Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley en- PENJJYG i..+.NNNNNNN...*.

:11 tertained members of the Twen- Feb. 3.-A
1 Keystone Heights
_. __ Gc1exPhone tieth Century Bridge Club with a Checking .
interesting program was presented f.t ,
very
of the First ,
lovely party at their home Wednesday The Girls' Auxiliary :
1 evening. Baptist church will meet Monday at, a meeting the Keystone :

.' 29 I : The rooms were open en suite afternoon 3.30; o'clock at the I Heights Woman's Club last) '

and dainty wall vases and bosket church. All members are requested Thursday afternoon. At the close Your Bills' <

h .. of narcissi were used effectively to attend. of the meeting a social hour was
F
Salted nuts were placed On the tab enjoyed during which tea and
ENJOYABLE EVENING: : ItlCII.\ItlHON-1)OUGL.\H lea during the games and Valentine Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and her sister wafers were served. Mrs C. II..

AT WOMAN'S ri.fllm 1.HlU..JNNOVNCEH tallies directed (he players to their) Mrs. L. L. Roane of New Or- Clark and Mrs' E. P. Caughey were

places at the four tables.At hostesses. The was as
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Douglas of leans, La., who Is her guest program
The ladles of the Woman's Club the close of the progressions follows: Practical Landscape Arch- ...
) entertained the husbands and associate Gainesville, announce the marriageof a set of Individual silver salt and attended the opera "Carmen"In itecture, Mrs. John Bird; Piano,, '- ---

i members with a sumptuousI their daughter, Nena Evelyn, pepper shakers were presented to Jacksonville Wednesday eve- solo, Virginia Jane Miller; ReadIng -

i dinner Thursday evening at the to Mr. Charles Ira Richardson, on Mrs. K. L. Biggs, who held high ning. Mrs. Ella Bird; Song. Winter's

club bouse. Wednesday, January the 25th, score for the ladles. Mrs. G. M. Lullaby, Mrs. Wm. Pierce.
The tables were placed In the Starke Florida. Inman held low and received a Jar Miss Frances Darby, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Ewing and

auditorium and laid with snowy of bath salts. Mr. F. F. Stump] of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, who daughter, Miss Ruth Rogers, were
'tl't \ cloths upon which were placed sl1ft The wedding of Miss Douglas made high for the men and was Is attending Stetson University In entertained at dinner at the homeof A checking account in this bank is more than 1

I. ver candelabra with lighted red and Mr. Richardson took place at given a neck tie while a hand- DeLand, was among the caste of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ogden

ft.",, taper wlhch cast their mellow I the home of Judge Gardiner In'I made handkerchief as low prize players in the plays presented by Thursday, Jan., 26. a convenience. It is sure protection. A mistake I

t glow upon an appetizing four ISturke, the only guests Includingthe was presented to Mr. S. L. Peek. the Green Room Players of that Dr. Benj. R. Weld, pastor of the

course dinner?, which was served'I bride's Miss Mamie Mrs. Beasley served her guestsan university, "The Valiant," by Hoi- Keystone Heights community in your creditor's bookkeeping can never :
sister cause
by ,several young ladies in lovely appetizing shrimp salad course worthy Hall, and "The Fool.. by church, gave a lecture illustrated'

1 ':J..S evening dresses. Douglas and John McNair ol with sandwiches, pickles, saltines Pollock, Tuesday, at the Florida by stereoptlcan views of the Holy you a loss-your cancelled voucher is legal I
'If At the close of the dinner cigars Gainesville. The bride's fashion- and hot tea.Bnjoylng Chautauqua, Keystone(Heights.Mr. land Thursday evening, Jan. 26.

were, passed and Mr. n, M Inman ably modeled frock in poudre blue the evening were: Dr. A silver offering was received proof that the bill has been paid. :

i.: fcrone and announced the evening's was worn with hat of matching and Mrs K. L. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. F. E. Bradley of which will be used toward the pur- I

i\ '} program. Mrs. G. M. Inman, president colors. S. L. Peek Mil'. and Mrs. J.V, Detroit Mich., who are the guestsof chase of a bell for the church.Mr. I
.. I of the club gave a spontaneous Immediately following the cere- Andrews, Jr., Mr; and Mrs. N their daughter Mrs. T. J. Alder- and Mrs. Wm. P. Ewing and
'I!I' address of welcome and appreciation mony Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. man, are spending a week In iam- daughter,, Ruth Rogers, left Key- We invite you to make use of the service of.I I

/: ,, to tbe men for their cooperation -I motored to JuckJonvllle and after Stump, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman, and other points of Interest In stone Heights Friday, Jan. 27th,

Vkj:if'',It and help In paying for a stay of several days returned to Mr. and Mrs. \V.. E. Butler and the pa; southern part of the state. for their home in Indianapolis, fered customers of this bank. :

I sistance In behalf of the club In Richardson In connected Truby. Hugh Brownlee, Jr., who has Ii I

? f other directions. Col. D. E. Knightga..e with the White Filling stations. been spending a week with his parents here.Mr.. and Mrs. F. G, Cornish and i

a proper response in well- I n. Y. P. u. PROGRAM Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, two daughters, Caro. and Marjorie, j I

selected words.FoJlowlng WOMAN'H CLUB .MEETING returned to Auburn. Ala., Tuesday: left Saturday for a trip to Palm -I II
LEI : Mrs. A. Z. Adklnn Sunday evening a.very Interest- his studies In the Alabama Beach. They expect to return In a Ii
I to resume
The regular monthly meeting of i II
Ing and unique
sang: two lovely solos, "Sweet- program was rendered Institute.Mrs. .
f : the Woman's Club will be held at at the SeniorIntermediateH. Polytechnic few days.
{ heart" and i.ast Rose of Summer; James Flohr and Clarence Eng- I
accompanied by Miss Tthel Griffin the clubhouse, Wednesday, Feb. Y. P. U. Group Four with Miss and her
Summit Pa.
,
,
W. Redgrave of Blue Ridge
A. ler,
Rose" 8t Hi, at 3 o'clock. After a short OiiHsle Mae Bennett I
beautiful trio "To Wild as
A a group captain Shef-
Charles
weeks at the
Mrs. several
(McDowell), was sung by Mrs. ; business session the chairman of In charge of the program. guests and, Mr.Mrs.and Pearl Jennings of are home spending of Mr. Fl hr's parents in BANK OF STARKEA i

J S. Duller, Mrs. I). E. Knight and music, Mrs. D. E. Knight, will have After the devotional service and laid WaverlY' Va., and Mr. Joe Hancock Keystone Heights. They will be In '
Miss Ethel Griffin, with Mrs. H. V. charge of the program which will the business was transacted, the
,v. Va., are first of March.
until the
Petersburg
1 of Florida ROLL OF HONOR BANKE.
Abe| rendered by talented artists
at the piano. meeting was turned over to the
Knight
y tour of the state by mo- Mrs. E. O. Johnston, of Sharon, 'I
making a
; Mr. Inman the toastmaster call- from the Jacksonville College of leader. A radio, which
lp was so tor. Pa., arrived in Keystone Heights, S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
ed upon Dr. (T. P. Raymond and Music. kindly loaned to us by Mr. D. C. weekas
to spend a
Friday, Jan. 27th.
Carleton who Interesting I All club members are urged to Jones was placed the table and
Rev. R. S. gave on recent
who was a of her aunt Mrs. Ella
\
J. A. Morgan, the guest
and the Ii
attend the concert publicIs
and appropriate Impromptu the following program was then the
visitor to Lake City, attending BIrd at her home here. I
;. addresses cordially invited. rendered from behind curtains stated that at --------------------- I
I present
soldiers meeting Forty-five men were
'I'he evening was enjoyed by The program for the afternoon is with Mr. Broward Strickland "tun- old aeroplane held -- -
first -
enjoyed his the Board of Trade banquet
who at the as follows: In" he
Ing
than guests
fifty
j more
and also rodeIn 25th at the Keystone -
close expressed their appreciation Sonata (First Movement)-Grelg. I. Piano solo, "Thinking of night while there he liked Wednesday, Jan. UNION TEMPERANCE: ; MEETINGThis : I Miami Beach-New city bt!
? 1 Caro Mlo Bein ________Geordanl.One the new Ford. While HeightsVoman's Clubhouse. constructed
Mes- here
to the hostesses, who were Thee"-Miss Thelma Andreu. stated that of the at cost of ;125,
,Mr. Morgan Ur. E. A.'Smith, president
; dames G. M. Inman L. A, Davis, Fine Day Puccini II. Talk by leader.III. both rides. fort and meeting will be held in the 000 will be opened January IS
still retains his preference organization, presided, some
A. Z: Adkins aud D. E. Knight. Mrs. Grado Cox. Marries Mr. Shuck; Sails he Baptist church. Law enforcementand
Introducing Willie, Thelma John for China-Miss Cleo,Shepard. e ground vehicle.On very inspiring talks were given by Melbourne $23,263 contnn!
following speakers: Dr. George prohibition are- the burning
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOROaHERVING : ston. thq let for construction of waterwoifc
I7TII AN.MVKRHARY Rondo Carprlcloso-Mendelssohn. IV. A Long Voyage, Landingat account of the heating room \V. Mead, president of the Florida questions in all political parties extension.
Macao-Miss Eunice Perkins.V. .
building being Rev. Benj. R. this year. It being the presidential
!: Dall Harris. of the high school Chautauqua;
I Language Study and Work opening Gamble. Every voter, man'and Fort Myers-Extensive t
I [in the Movies Now-Thelma John- flooded Monday by someone Weld and Dr. R. Bruce year. wom- eper
With Children Miss Isabel Kasz-
I ments in rubber
lines Sunday of should be Interested.The possibilities
The world-wide Christian Endeavor ston.A up the water Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McLaln an
t movement of young peopleIs ,, Memory Ganz. enskt. night and allowing several feet of Toronto Canada, spent the weekend following subjects will be Florida will be undertaken at o*
VI. War With England Opens In the boiler room of Mr. and Mrs. W discussed: by Edison Rubber Research Cir
observing for eight days of this Pirate Dream _Huerter Ports Miss Thelma Andreu. water to escape as guests I
j of the dismissed Monday. Wilson, of Keystone Heights. 1. The general Improved con- poratlon.I .
week the 47th anniversary Coming Home _. ._ Wllleby VII. classes were A.
'4' founding of the first young peo Mrs. Grady Cox.: Voval solo, "For You I The school trustees are making an !R. C. Ward and R. E. Francis of dition in the Nation, financially, I Fort Myers Tamlami Tn.
t" Am Praylng"-Mr. John
,, Hostesses for the afternoon will Powell effort to locate the mlcreant who Tampa were guests at Keystone commercially and morally, the result cross-state highway through hei
Endeavor with all on program joining in on holidays to school of prohibition. of the Everglades to Fort Mjrer
prefers Inn this week.
evidently
he: Mesdames T. J. Griffin, T. J. chorus.
c spread to 100 countries and has Dr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Crawford 2. Improvement in law enforcement will be ready for use shortly.
Alderman, G. M. Inman, R. S. days.
VII[. Violin Solo, "Traumerl" _
of 4,000,002 of Meadvllle Pa., returned to their Daytona Beach $71.000 tc
active membership
an Humphries, E. M. Rooks E.! K, -Miss Oussle Mae'Bennett with
Board of Health assisted Heights Tuesday 3. Local and political lineup on clubhouse of Daytona Golf A con
began with one society of 25 members Perryman and Emma Canova. Miss The State home in Keystone
Thelma Andreu at the
qe organized under the leadership -S piano. by the P. T, A. of Brooker, Jan. 31st, to spend the remainder prohibition and law enforce try club formality opened,
IX. Benediction.
of Rev. Francis E. Clark, D. MRH. AVAINWRIGIIT ENTER-: will put..111an Infant Pre-School of the winter. They accompanied ment. New Smyrna Masonic Lode

s i' D.. .la Portland, Maine. Dr. Clark T.UNoJIo'TI.ItNOO! : BRIDGE MA nSII ALLOW ItOAST Conference Brooker on Tuesday, by, their son, Mr. Ray- There will be a report from the dedicates its new home here r i

3,' i4 continued to head the growing org-I "I Feb.,14thf,Conference will be held mond Crawford, of Philadelphia, mayor's office, the county Judge's corner of Washington Avenue it':'

1 anization for nearly half a cen The afternoon Bridge Club was Mr. and Mrs. J T. Quigley en- in: the ,Brooker Baptist church Pa., who Is convalescing from a office and the sheriff's office on local North Hlllsboro'street.

tury. Shortly before Dr. Clark's delightfully entertained Friday af- tertained a party of youn people rom .1 to 4 p. m. All mothers of serious Injury which he received condition of law enforcement. Winter Park Winter PlIl.

u, 1.. death and at the founder's urgent ternoon at the attractive home of from Hampton Thursday eveningat babies> and'small children are cor- accldentallly while fencing. Mr. Those who fail to attend this meet- Telephone Company acquires pic

request Rev. Daniel Poling, D. D., Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght. their hospitable home on Mable dially Inylted to come and bring Crawford Is a member of the fac- Ing will miss getting much valu- and business or Orange City Telephone ,

d of New York City, became president I Fragrant narcissi and sweet street their little ones. ulty of Easton College.E. able information. Company.
( of the world-wide movementIn peas were used attractively and Bowls of daffodils and dainty L. McDowell of Jacksonville, Bellview New chicken hate!
which fore years he has been two tables were arranged for fern lent attractiveness to the Too forceful''arguments used to was a guest at Keystone. Inn this Groveland-New sidetrack beIng ery being erected on Cellars Pot

4j prominent. I bridge. Mrs. N. Sternberg made rooms with their big open fires prevent his better half from taking week. built here to take care of car- try farm In this city.

Thousands of churches of num- high score and was given a lovely brightly burning. With games, the northbound bus Monday afternoon Mrs. J. P. Wllbraham and two lot shipments for Edge Mercantile Fort Meade-Florida PubL

erous Christian denominations will flower basket and Mrs. O. L. I music and book-lore conversation, landed a negro road nand daughters. Sarah and Laretta, and Company's new feed store. Service Company purchases !2''

observe next Sunday as denominational Ilaynes. a box of bath powder as I the evening was delightfully spent and his wife In the county jail two sons, Howard and Frank, and Stuart-Site selected for $30- acre sits beyond west boundary'

x + day. Christian denom- second high. I and at a late hour chairs were while the Flatter was Investigatedby Mrs. Wllbraham's brother-in-law, 000 city hospital. Fort.Meade for substation.ArtisticComfortable 1

j inations will observe next Sunday Mrs. Wainwright served her :drawn around the now glowing Sheriff pperson. When It was Mr. Ben Cole; all of Pittsburgh --- ___ __'h __ ._ ____, _____._
as denominational day with Christian guests a delectable fruit salad coals and marshmallows were found that the woman wanted togo Pa., arrived in Keystone Heightsthis ,

Endeavorers In charge of program course. Enjoying the afternoonwere ,roasted and enjoyed. and the'husband wanted her to week where Mr. Cole owns

that will emphasize loyalty : Mesdames A. Z. Adklns, N. I A closing feature of the evening stay and backed his argumentswith property. The party will be here

i'church\ and denomination. In ,Sternberg, J, C. Robinson, H. *H. ,,was the Initiation of Professor threatened force, they for only a few days as they are en-

5j the week following, meetings of' Young, O. L. Haynes, R. F. Demo- Lawhorn as a member of the were released-and the woman route to Fort Myers and Miami.

k Interdenominational Christian Endeavor rest N. D. Wainwright and Miss "gang.'* I,caught the .next bus. .

unions In !the cities and Mable Weller.CHIIHEN Those present were: Misses Free I ,
.NNNNINNN.N..N.
I countries of the United States and Wynn, May Jones and Gertrude'''I Dr U. G. Turner of Jacksonville f1n

Canada will be held, with addres-I OP CONKED- Wynn and Messrs. J, H. Lawhornand will arrive In Cedar Key Monday, t LAWTEY' !

sew by the young people and by ERACY: MEETINGThe : M. C. Sweeney. January 30th to open dental officeover Mr.. B.,B. Bow..,... Cor .
former Christian Endeavor mom the bank, with the Intention
bers. It estimated that 20,000,000 I I Ruby Davis Memorial Chap- HONORING !MIIS. ROAN!: of becoming permanently Identi :......................:

members of Christian churches I ter of the cnlldren of Confederacywill Red here. Dr. Turner Is a brotherof Lawtey, Feb. 3.-Mr. and Mrs.
bade at some time enrolled In a'' hold their regular business Mrs. A, Z. Adkins entertained $'. t* Turner, who recently came R. R. Thede and children: visitedIn
Endeavor society. In''' with a lovely party Monday afternoon purchased
Christian and historical meeting at the homeof here from Starkeand Jacksonvllel Sunday.
many cities former members still ', Mrs. S. L. Peek on the after- at her home on Walnut the Turner Drug Store, which .Is Mrs. A. A. Smith spent Wednes- y o.e.4

noon of Feb. 11th, at 3:30: o'cloCk; street In honor of her sister, Mrs. now :enjoying a liberal patronage, day in Jacksonville.Mr. .
movemoat Jr. and Fran L. r;. Roane of New Orleans, La. will no doubt meet
Master S. L. Peek, Dr. Turner Jeff Roberts and grandson,
',, f ;On the closing day of Christian ces Lee Peek, will be host and hos- Narcissi and nasturtiums were with a cordial reception and the Howard Miner, attended church r
Eadeavor week Sunday February used effectively about the rooms for him a successful -
hostess of the occasion. News bespeaks near Lake City Sunday.Mr. .
6th. numerous churches will hold All members please be present. Six tables were arranged for gractlce.-'-Cedar.Key News. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were
} a Special evening service In which Historical program: bridge and attractive score' pads visiting Mrs. Mary Todd In Jack- j
the', Christian Endeavor societies the and tallies done In Valentine de- Starke's efficient
ti : 1.Vhen was department Frank JCarpenter: sonville Sunday.Mr. .
affiliated with the church will present of the Confederate navy organized sign were used, heart-shaped can fire chief, was a visitor, to and Mrs. E. E.. Burney and !,4.
v' ; a program based on the pres- 2.Vho was the secretary dies being placed on the tables Jacksonville Friday on a tour of children visited her parents in

sent "Crusade with Christ a new- 3. Who were the officers of during the games. Inspection of that city's fire flghtInrf Facksonvllle Sunday.
ly inaugurated youth movement. the David At the end of the progressions, lie was shown
the Blockade Runner, equipment. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Jack-
'L The crusade Is designed to aid the I 4. Name the Confederate crui Mrs. J. C. Robinson winner of! each unit of the apparatus used sonville, visited her parents, Mr.

) :ivp causes of youth evangelism, world sers. high score was given an attarctive to protect the property In Jacksonville and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard Sunday.

fi peace, and Christian citizenship. 5. Which of the cruisers bears honey,jar. Holding:>> second high, being accompanied by The U. I. S. will meet at theWoman's
Young people will deliver declamations Mrs. H. H. Young received a the tour of the
record? In
the greatest Chief McMillan Club Friday and a
1Vv on these topics In the services Lee Perryman Davis. directress. picture The honor guest, Mrs. city. Mr. Carpenter expressed cial program has been arranged spe-by While you are building-it might as well be the beau

of February 5th, and winners Maud Weeks Browolee, asst. Roane, was given a pair of lovely much Impressedwith W. H. tiful
himself as very Edwards and her music and the artistic-especially if it costs no more.
silk hose.
r of such declamation contests will the result of the Inspection, class with other children added
be eligible! for state and national :MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS: Mrs. Adklns. assisted by Misses and also disappointed that the fail- and will be in the form of a sliver This is equally true, even though it be only repairs and
oratorical contests. The general U. I>. C. Myrtice and Merwyn Jackson and In deprived -
to come
ure of an alarm tea. The ladles of Lawtey are improvements
purpose of the observance will be Ethel: Griffin, served her guests a opportunity to ride to the home place.
him of the Invited to attend and your attend
to focus attention on the worldwide The W. T. Weeks Chapter Unit- delicious salad course with sandwiches 'state while traffic -
to the scene In ance will be very much appreciated. America abodes.
!r. service program of the Christian ed Daughters of the Confederacy potato chips and tea. stood at attention. has passed the era of building "just

j Endeavor societies, which also met at the lovely home of Mrs. \ve America has caught of making -
I UNION TEMPEHANCK had another dangerous fire a bit of the old world spirit
have Important objectives for loy- L. A. Davis Wednesday afternoon. Starke-Crossing signals erect-. In Lawtey Monday. The old
and assistance In the attrac- MEETINGA Mary its homes an artistic in which to live-or, a
alty program I The spacious rooms were 1 .. ed at each main crossing at the Martin house caught fire from place

ot, their Individual churches. tive with fern and potted plants Union Temperance meeting Seaboard through here. I burning grass and for a while it place pleasing to the eye as well as comfortable.We .
The Starke Endeavor Society is In bloom. Upon absence of the and
fs arranged for next Sunday night Live Oak-New dry kiln looked as If we were going to lose
a'' i arranging to observe this Christian president, Miss Amelia Ray Mrs., at the Baptist church at 7:30 planing mlllpded to lumber plantof several strawberry patches, also have building plans, which we furnish without
Endeavor week next the
Sunday eve O. L. Beasley presided over '
W O. Hair Lumber Company ome homes, It In
o'clock. This meeting Is under the as was town. The
ning at their regular. meeting. business session after which Miss direction of the Starke Ministerial quick work of boys and men of extra cost to our customers, that combine the artistic,

f t DR. n. M. TIPPI.E COMING t Florence vocal Matthews solos gave which two were delightful Association. All congregations here.Fort Myers-New filling station our town saved these however. the practical and economy in construction.No .

TO STARKE are asked to unite In this
(1 Dr. B. M. Tipple noted orator- greatly the enjoyed.At close .of the afternoonMrs. First street and Monroe discovered avenue. the people of the'town.Mr. matter what you want to build or repair, nor, no
Florida .
Sam Norman
Although was and old and
t1 humorist, will deliver an address Davis served her HONORING '
guests a matter supplY
LUNCHEON what
r x In the, Methodist church Friday delicious salad with and settled by the Spanish only respected citizen: of Lawtey passed materials you may need, we can
course pickles MRS. ROANS tour' counties bear Spanish names. herd last week. lie had been
away
, l evening. Fed 3rd at 7:30 on ,\ saltines hot chocolate and Mrs. J. them at a price as low as can be found anywhere.us Gi\8
.ialpas and daughter, :.They are DeSoto, Leon, Escambla 111 with double pneumonia for two ;
"LJatenlng In On World '
Events. 1. whipped cream. Present were: Miss Sarah, entertained at luncheon and Henando. weeks and. he'' became worse .last I a trial. .
p Seats are free an< everybody' invit0d. '
Mesdames J. M. Brownlee. D. L. ,
.at'lhe Orange and Black Tea
Fort Myers-Section of Taml- SUnday. He-leave*-to mourn his
I This engagement has been Ilaynes. 0.1. W. L. Wall '
Beasley. Room, Wednesday; In honor of
amt trail between Royal Palm lose a devoted wife and a large ,
arranged by Dr. C. W. Crooke, E. K. J, H. Ritch and J .tit( i ,:
Perryman, Mrs; L. L. Roane of New Orleans Hammock and Carnestown In Collier number ot children: beside other 't. i ii. .rr'Ylri" .
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon MeadarfeVL. II. Hill, W. E To- La,, Enjoying this delightful af- I elatlves.
county completed. He w.'earrwd to Long
Legue of Florida. It Is said that rode and Ems Miner of Lawtey fair were: Mrs. M E. Edwards of Sarasota-Penlnsular Telephone Branch,cemetery where intermentwas Jones Lumber Company

t Dry.TIQ 1c Is a very strong and at- Mrs.W. E. Griffin of Jacksonville, Gainesville: Mrs.., A. Z. Adkins Company to Inaugurate telephone made. .

traaq.epslasl$9) U:. t ti klr'4ns! VuufrJk. 004 Wlaae ru:>r lvaq i M4ttfc w% btv(1'i' i1. aqe.a.,4)< :
Sik/ mtaa t&U great opportunity;-' "" Ether Griffin and'Madge MlttdfBton. tics and Merwyn Jackson 1lUsas. MJ' Ibrtnlg' D.' +aWta f: .-- vtrlgl-Aor I URo.'a fir atarrke 11..' '8 auvf08S'wr4 cy.vs. *kopj'prg' I ., ----=

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"...,........- "1'-' ; ; |j' | the book of the county officers I Mr. tl-Mrs. N. Sternberg and
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-t; 'oullty.I children, Ruth, Lillian and Den, THK]
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Bits of Dr. George-- \V. accompanied" Sammy Sternberg to 1
I Meade presidentof f FRESHGROCERIES
I- the Florida' Chautauqua. Key- Gainesville Sunday afternoon I Cof .

stone Heights where he is a student In the uni '
was a visitor In err"t lb'
town Monday.Bean versity. '
I cal N s I ?
Mrs A. A. Burden Miss Hilda .
seed-Giant stringless i $ do the ;
Why majority of
particular
Tenn-Green Durden and Mrs. Jennette of
Pod lied ValelltIne"Bountiful Roper ;-
Concerning Our People Business and and Ford Hooks J. P. Starke were visiting Mrs. C. R i ; r 1 housewives in this community patronize 1 f

Progress of the County and Town. Kic kilter. Sparkman jo'rlday.-'Valdo Correspondence I i i our store? The answer IS-

In Gainesville Dally'' our groceries are .
Mrs O L. Ueaaley returned Sun-
foodstuff
1I"III""IUI.lllllm.lll1nlllllllllln'"lUIllnlllnPIIII, IInPhtIllIllIllllIUlIIIIIIIIJlf1IHIlillNIIIIIIIIII, I day from Tampa where she has Sun I M1 Every article of in our '

been visiting her parents Mr and I store is guaranteeed to be fresh.
E de of Lawtey, was a I Jacksonville spent several days I Mrs. A. C. Uurden. Mr. and !Mrs. Homer Llmbaughand f 4 I,

,, 'or in Starke Friday. of last week In btarke with friends, children of the state farm II Whatever your grocery needs may i.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Long of and Mrs. Limbaugh's mother. Mrs. .. relrr! be, we can supply you. \ '

Gatrhaa and Field Seeds at .Carl Johns of Jacksonville,. Jacksonville, spent the week-end Cade E. Shackleford of Tallahassee l.
visitors In Starke Tues Phone Your Order IF YOU WISH'
,5 12741.Carmdlne spent Sunday In Starke with hi!I In Starke with her parents Mr. were -
and Mrs. W. M. Edwards day.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns,
of Lawtey, was ,
Hon. and Mrs. A. S. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dew and I
niturke Friday Mr. and Mrs W. E. Torode ol f Crews have Specials Friday And Saturday '
lot < as their guests Mrs. Crews' nep children. Grace and Michael, who
Lawtey spent Sunday with Dr. and hew Master Graham bowling of have been spending several weeks i

Glover. ''It Lake Butler, was Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Dublin, Ga. In Starke with Mrs.\ Dew's aprents, -- _-_
or" ,Iwn, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Williamson,

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Balsden Mr. and Mrs Clyde Alvarez and have returned to their home In Blue Ridge Corn or Porto Rim Sweet Pota liroorns, A good one for .
Graham, was a'S
Hoberlfof vimti'i' In town Monday. of Jacksonville spent the first ol children, of Jacksonville, spent the Tela Honduras. Central America No. 2 Can toes. Bradford County the Home 's.P'as \

t the week in town with relatives. Kingsley week-end Lake.at Kelley Kottage, Mrs. George; A. Marcotte and 4 cans for 48c Raised 5 Strand 50c "
'ei Beam N. C. and Florida daughters Eva and Louise and I

IS i f Klckliter. Sheriff \Y. S. Banner and (]. C. Messrs. G. I). and J. L. Andersonof slater-tn-law Mrs E. J. Archam 10 Lbs. 25c -- -
Driggers of Lake Butler beault and Mr. Alonzo A. Versailles -
were Archer, were guests of Mr and National Biscuit
I M Mitchell spent Frl- motored to Farms and KAKO SYRUP-Blue :
visitors in Starke Monday. Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mr. and Penney f
"Ih (mends in Jacksonville. Mrs. E. M. Davis Sunday. Green Cove Spring Sunday. Crackers Lable5Lb.Pail39c j.'

When you need anything with Fresh Fat Macker-.
Mrs II. M. Snyder spent 6 Pkgs. 25c el
of the
and Mr. A. S. Strickland
which to build see Quigley and Da Mrs J. M. Colley of Hernando
ID (acksonvllle.U Kingsley lake section and owner
was the of Mr.
vis. guest and Mrs. J. t
F. Colley and Mrs. \\. A. Colley of the large puvallon and bathing 2 for 25c
A Weeks of Brooker,! last week-end. docks on the north shore of the NucoaOleomargari,1e Best Granutntj--; ;f
(In Starke Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee his
\lsitor beautiful lake was greeting Next thing to Butter CANE SUGAR ; "
and son Hugh spent Cole friends. Tues
-rand Friday In lion and Mrs. A. S. Crews and Green Springs
I Mrs J. 0, Crews were Jacksonville shopping.Col. Mrs. Crews' nephew Graham Dow- day.-Clay County Crescent. Lb. Pkg. 29c Swift's Jewel Compound 10Lbs.68cFrench's
guest Sunday of Mr. and 'I'
ling were visitors to Jacksonville
fiynum Perkins. .. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Tu" day. J, H. Rltch has purchased the I --- Lard -- : ".\
Butler was a business visitor In halt Interest held by W. M. Waln- Post Toasties or CornFlakes Ammonia !f'
and !Mrs\ Floyd Green and Starke Wednesday Louis Wltkovskl of Jacksonville wright In Supreme Filling Station 2 pound pail 38c

|'n ,if Lake Butler, were viselutives I spent the latter part of the weekat Mo. 2, and the station will be owned I / pound pail 74c JO-oz. Bottle
in Starke Friday Mr and Mrs. W. D. Mundy Jr., and operated by Mr. Hitch'and
the home of his aunt Mrs. E. 2 Boxes 19c 8 pound pail $1J3MAXWELL Per bottle 15cCihit's I
\ 'will leave Sunday for a several S. Matthews. son. Hamilton who has had chargeof

Wynn of Hampton, was a''I I3S days' trip to Hollywood. the business since opening. ---- --- -- t
in Starke Satur- .
visitor Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin and Dutch Cleanser Catsup 8-oz. hot.
Mr. Store the official / HOUSE
and Mrs Elmer Lazone Mitchell's Drug -
little daughter Verna jean, of
spent the week-end In Starke with Jacksonville spent Tuesday and Rexall store In Starke Is cele- 3 for 24c COFFEE 2 Bot. for 25c as
A A Durden and daugh- friends and relatives.Mr. Wednesday with Mrs. Lila Grlfilu. brating the twenty-fifth anniver- cans g
IMS i Hilda of Hampton, were sary of the Itexall organizationwith __ 1 pound can J7c- ,
.
Is m Starke Friday and Mrs. R. F. Demorestwere Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoothad ;: a birthday sale lasting until Palm Olive Soap 3 pound can $1..18087' lilt AN2Boxes25c
visitors to Jacksonville Mon- Feb. 25th.
as their guests Sunday after-
V Larson of Keystone day. noon, Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and Bars 24c
[ti, was a business visitor in children of Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Mitchell and
Koscdale Peaches
Saturday. Col. Floyd Green of Lake Butler children of West Palm Reach _

was a business visitor in Mrs. Dale II. Vansickel of were guests first of this week of Sliced Breakfast Bacon No. 2 1-2 can 2/c Athlete Toilet Paper
Ster Wills of Tampa, spent Starke Tuesday.A. Mr. Mitchell's parents Mr. and
Gainesville spent Wednesday with
l days in Starke this week her parents, Sheriff and !Mrs. W, J. Mrs. O. A Mitchell West Call Lb. roll 30c No. 2 --p- 18cNo. 4 rolls for 24c

6111098. A. Durden of Hampton, wasa Epperson.Mrs. street. They were on their way to 1 can l.tc;
business visitor In Starke Tues- Los Angeles to make their future

and Mrs F., L. Wise of day. W. P. Randall of Jacksonville home.

lion were visitors In StarkeA was the week-end guest of 4
Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Tucker spent her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Curnell

Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. D. 1. Alvarez.Mr. and 'little son James Frederick
M, Darby of Gainesville, Ames at their country home west and Mr. Joe Norris of Ormond
the week-end guest of her of Starke. and Mrs. II. R. Nobles and I were guests of Mr. and-Mrs. }<'. A

Iter. !Mrs.\ D. C. Jones. little daughter, 6f Green Cove Scott Monday. Mrs. Carnell and

W. M. Wainwright is spending Springs, were visiting friends in son will remain for a visit with new
Marie B. Stevens of South this: week in Cnoss City auditing'uiIIMIItlIIIIIII1Nw411gaaWIWtlIIMIaI Starke Sunday her parents. ( ,1
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""" .lII 11IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIllllUJUIUHII1I1I11U1IItIIU1U1III1IIIMIIII 11ll11l 1I1II1IUIJIII' Messrs. Hamilton Bitch Frank The last of the old outbuildingson __ -_._ ---- _-u_ _- -_ _-_-.._ _- -_ __ --__ -. -_-. -_ s-

and Comer Long mo- corner of Walnut and 1ladhlQ.nstreets .
., ., Carpenter --- ---- -- -- -
,'. 5 tored to Tallahassee Sunday and are Baird being Hardware removed-\ Company this-, Mrs Jay Alderman and little following described property, to. (3!) fret wide on the South end. In j i
week. The wit. HocIon and Northwest
spent the day. Klirht (8) entibilef
daughter of Starke accompaniedby
this Land
of Gainesville purchased I Situate, lying and bring; In Ilra.l- quarter| of Mertlon Seventeen (17)'
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andrei of site from the Sweat estate 'and It her parents Mr. and Mrs. ford County Florida, and more particularly Northeast quarter. of Northeast ltaJ

,.,..--,. Stuart, spent the first of the week Is understood resold to the standard nradley of Detroit were Sunday I The. HouthnnHt Kcrlluid quarter ae follow of Section: all quarter of the of above Hertlon being KlKhteen In Township(t II.

with their daughter, Miss Thelma, Oil Company for a filling' sta- visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. HOVDII U) a'f. HoutInvent quarter! ofHauthwesl Mix, (O), Houlh Itanve Twenty-two ,
tion. l and Northwestquarter (22) Duxt, pontalnlnK Three llunilri IIDU-
Starke.
and other relatives In Winter. Waldo Correspondence f>f Hoiifhweitt, quarter and >d Forty-two (342) acre more or '
J Went half of Hotitheant quarter| i>f leiiH.
a Favorite Miss Mable Weller had as her In Gainesville] Dally Sun. :;;"Uthw..Mtuarl"r and all that portion Held.. sale to be made for cash tothu ,
I Snowflake Truckers of Mouth half. of Northnuot Stowels Evergreen and Yellow and guests recently Mrs Alice Crawford ..r of Houlhwcut' quarter lying Went to the approval of the Court.W. 0 ttjll
Kick Miss Louise Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Saul were of lubllo Road. HM now Inrntu'i.'eh- M JOHNS }.
J. F.
White Dent Corn seed. l 1JaI1..
rti'irv 20th IAIV said land heinie Hnurlal Master .
liter Miss Carrie Glering of Emlenton called to Alma Ga., Saturday on Tw..nty-onn ((21)) feet wide on North .1. r. PRAKRH.' "
Pa., who were en route to pointsof account of the death of her father, red I find Two hundred Thirty-two' H-.llflKir of ln-iord 2-I-st.a-: It Ifkl

Mrs. A. C. Guest and daughter Interest In the southern) part of Mr. J. O. Gruber, Sr. Mr. Saul returned ----- -__-__ __ _____n J uus
Miss Ruth were visitors to Gaines- the state. They will return to to Starke Sunday but Mrs. 7
ville Thursday where they form- Starke for a visit with Mlsa Weller. Saul will spend the remainder of

the week there.
erly made their home.
The program committee of the 3 are

O. A. Andreu of Stuart, and Senior-Intermediate B. Y. P. IT. Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Brownleeand 7 E1'O 1TS M II l

daughter Miss Thelma and Miss met Thursday evening Jan. 26th daughters, Mrs. M. C. Slth ;:

Oussle Mae Bennett were.. visitorsto at the home of !Miss OUlIsle'Iae! and little sons and Mary Drown- I
Jacksonville Monday.: Bennett to plan the work for the lee, and eon Hugh motored to De-
ensuing month. After the plans Land Sunday and spent the dayw.'th

Mrs. D. C. Jones and her had been made the hostess' assist : Mrs. Brownlee's mother, Mrs. t : t.
mother, Mrs. A. M. Darby of ed by tier mother served light re- N. A. Blitch, and her brother-in- i li
Gainesville.attended the perform fre.hments. law and sister, Col. and Mrs. J. E.i:

of the Florida Chautauquain Futch. '

The City ,Barber Shop ances Keystone Heights Tuesday. A 100COLUMN HA\K STATKIMKNT! E.d

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley hadas CENT Heport of the condition of the
Mrs. Col- Hank nt Starke, at Btarke. In the
their guests Thursday State of Florida at the clomj of bUHln re 1 / I pr'ill
ley's father. Mr. J. E. Robinson, ; ."H., Uoc. at..,. 1937..
[announces installation in their shop and her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Weaver, Loan and Discounts 1I..our...-1188.106(14( i
of Ocala. WANTED-Your orders for wood: Overdraft -.___ 34576
of the Oak or pine by the load or cord. United County States and Municipal Honda 9,15000 "Get the Saving I,

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley and Price reasonable. See me or Bond 85,50000

Mrs. J. M. Colley of Hernando mo- leave orders at Miss Matilda Banklnir and Kl....If tur emu...*,-Furniture_--_.. .. 7,50000
tored to Wildwood Sunday and Lee's Church street. E. E. Lee. Other Real Btnate Owned 10.17077 Habit"You
t and Mrs. J. 1.13.4tHEED Claim and Other H.C.huZn."fl .-
Nestle Circuline spent the day with Mr. -_ '53985
II. Colley.Mr. '" anD .
I'EANUTH FOR HAMS from Bank 148,281.13

Orvllle Grlffls and Miss Total. .- 1447,60044 can follow no better example than 1to
North Carolina running pea- Lt..I.
Dorothy McDowell were the dinner In Georgia at $5.00 Capital Rtork Paid In_f IB,000,00 emulating the man who has a definite saving .
Harold C. nuts grown
nd the of Mr. "Bnd Mrs. Surplus' Fund 21,000.00: fi
presence of a Factory Demonstraor guests hundred pounds freight paid to Undivided. o' ti'"ix' : ; -
Wall of Starke on Sunday.-Lake White $6.75 (,,,"'.....an.' Taxes I'ald) __ 2,60490Doponlte play. Who visits his savings bank regularly h
your station. Spanish ___ o
on the first four of next week Butler Times. h 404.28S
days delivered. Write for special cata- All Other Liabilities. --_ 707.1 and deposits a certain percentage of

February 6th to 9th, inclusive. The first Misses Edith Jones. Free and log. Baby chicks for sale. Ralph Total _$447.<10044 his earnings weekly.
Messrs. C. T. Law- Grlffln/ Douglas Ga. 2-3-41. State of Florida. County of Brad .
ten Gertrude Wynn. ford. ..,1
applying for a permanent wave will be horn and M. C. Sweeney Mr. of and Hampton Mr.- TENANTS WANTED-Have two named I. It. J.Hank DaVlH., do Cannier solemnly. of iwear the above that That is what you might term systematic ty

iven the benefit of reduction in to were guests of farms short distance from the above statement I In Iran to the
a price
J. T. Quigley Thursday evening. Starke, partly fenced and with bent of my knowledge and orilHnl belief.and saving.'r
that It In In response to
?7.50. Regular price $10.00. houses In fair condition. Will notice to report hr.th.* Comptrollerof trio
Mrs G. A. Marcotte and and daughters sister-- give good tenants free rent for th. State of 'ta'J. DAYIdSCRItlCTATTRST Open a bank account today !-NOW !-Lay t
Lena and Louise looking after property G. M. ( Cashier.
Our shop is equipped with all modern in-law. Mrs. E. J. Archambeault, Inman over post office. Starke.It.. LimitsEt. H. MATTHBWSt: out a definite systematic savings plan-

and Miss Martha Mersereau spent A. M AKHV then adhere to it religiously.Get .
Improvements, and our, workers are experts Monday In Gainesville. JOHN UOLOW. Directors.Subserlbed IS
and to before me
sworn
mule for
SALE Smalt black
FOR -
in their own line. You 'will I receive Judge A. Z. Adklns and O. M. sale cheap. See J. W., White. this lath day of January.,Sle2McgAW, the 'saving habit!
In Fernandina 2-3-3t Notary_!I'ubllc.'!!
Friday
he whether Inman spent
utmost attention and care you attending the meeting of the State Marked MASTKK'fl SALE" You'll always have money for the proverbial fit&
LOST-One black male hog. -
lesire a trim or a permanent wave. Democratic Executive: Committee.delegate : swallow-fork underblt one In the Circuit Court 26th Judicial rainy day.Bradford.
a
Adklns went as State of
Judge Bradford County
Please I Circuit
ear, staple fork In other. .
Bradford county.Mr. Florida. In Chancery.Uabelle
from notify O. D. Kersey Starke. It* Lank. Joined by Charles radt
Laik her huxpand.'Under .
and Mrs. W. 8. Yelvlngton FOR SALE OR RENT-Unfurnished v.. fcwbfcBund.
: at aL .
N. T. Rltch
and son. Billy of Hastings spent house and three acres of and by virtue of final decree -*

The City Barber Shop the week-end with Mrs. Yelvlng-O.A land on Lafayette street. ,Easy cause entered on the In ZHth.the day above of January entitled! County Bank

ton' parents -Judge and Mrs. terms on a sale or reasonable Ita., and recorded In th* r; ord of
J. Pearce Starke Florida Gardiner. rental. Fruit trees all kinds on said Court In Chancery Order Hook
Prop.
No. 6 at pane 64. In favor of Brad "Bradford County's FinancialStronghold.
I ii ti, i i, place. James Lamb Starke. 2- ford County Bank a> corporation and
j P. A. ,Moore .ol Gainesville I aicalnet the above gamed Isabell.Lask "
tL gmo3' Jrflu\.I 2.on
Starke with her brother, :J. B. FOR RENT-Furnished room. 'offer for ale In front of the Court

Sapp add tully s>B4i )lr. and Mr. Mrs., H. II. Young West Call ''i.{._(aim_ ..*.door lMi: "In Htutm Htarke.01 eeiteon Florida Won rturr t.,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK,1'LORID.A FEBRUARY
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1' rJt: CPi.ery i tieth Century members Bridge of Club.the with Twen-a Heights Feb. 3.-A Checking i iYour'

lovely party at their home Wed- The Girls' program was pre- h. .

nesday evening. Baptist at a meeting of the Key- I
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Phone 29 : The rooms were open en suite afternoon 3 : Heights Woman's Club last

i iI' and dainty wall vases and bosket church. All afternoon. At the close Bills" 1
J I. __'! of narcissi, were used effectively ed to attend. meeting a social hour was 1I

Salted nut were placed 6n the tabs during which tea and 1I Iw I
ENJOY.tBLFEVFNISG: : HI('J 1.\It I)SS-)0 L'(}1.S
lea during the games and Valentine Mrs. A. Z. were served. Mrs C. II. II
j. AT WOMAN'S rH'II MARRIAGE ANNOUCEDMr. I
tallies directed the players to their) ter Mrs. L. and Mrs. E. P. Caughey were

and Mrs. T. C. Douglas of places at the four tables.At The program was as I
leans, La.,
The ladles of the Woman's Club the close of the progressions : Practical Landscape Arch- I

,, entertained the husbands and associate Gainesville, announce the marriage a set of Individual silver salt and attended Mrs. John Bird; Piano ,- i
members with a sumptuous of their daughter, Nena Evelyn, pepper shakers were presented to In Jane Miller; Read-

dinner Thursday evening at the to Mr. Charles Ira Richardson, on : Mrs. K. L. Biggs who held high nlng. Ella Bird; Song Winter's '.

club bouse Wednesday, January the 2Cth score for the ladles. Mrs. O. \MInmun Mrs. Wm. Pierce.
The tables<< were placed in the held low and received
Starke, Florida. a jar Miss and Mrs. Wm. P. Ewing and
auditorium and laid with snowy of bath salts. Mr. F. P. Stump of Mr. and Miss Ruth Rogers were
1 cloths upon which were placed silver The wedding of Miss Douglas made high for the men and was is attending at dinner at the home : A checking account in this bank is more

it candelabra with lighted red and Mr. Richardson took place at given a neck tie while a handmade DeLand, was and Mrs. W. II. Ogden thana

A tapers wthch cast their mellow I the home of Judge Gardiner in handkerchief as low prize players In th Jan.. 26. convenience. It is sure protection. A

i glow upon an appetizing four- I I Starke, the only guests including was presented to Mr. S. L. Peek the Green Benj. R. Weld, pastor of the mistake
course dinner,. which was servedby Mrs Beasley served her guestsan "
the bride's sister Miss Mamie university, Heights community in your creditor's bookkeeping can nevej
ladles In cause
several lovely
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young I appetizing shrimp salad course wnrthv Hall. ,. gave a_ lecture illustrated _
I3omplfln and____ John_ __ MrrCalr 3f --
evening dresses.
n with sandwiches, pickles, saltines Pollock, views of the Holy cancelled voucher i is
1 At the close of the dinner cigars Gainesville. The bride's fashion and hot tea.Enjoying 26 you a loss-your legal I|
Chautauqua, evening, Jan.
were, pawned and Mr G. 1\1. Inman ably modeled frock in poudre blue the evening Dr.
were: offering was received that the bill has been paid. :
proof
arose and announced the evening's was worn with hat of matching and Mrs. J<). L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. M.... and will be used toward the pur- I
;u program. Mrs. G. M. Inman, president l- colors. S. L. Peek fr and Mrs. J. .W ,
Detroit, Mich. of a bell for the church. j
of the club gave a spontaneous Immediately following the cere- Andrews Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
ir N. of their and Mrs. Wm. P. Ewing and
address of welcome and appreciation mony Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Sternberg Mr. and Mrs. F. F. We invite you to make use of the service offered !
M' man, are Ruth Rogers, left Key-
'. to the men for their cooperation ''motored to Jacksonville: and after ,
l Stump, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman
and other Heights Friday, Jan. 27th,,
?' and help in paying forth ''a stay ot several days returned to Mr. and Mrs. W.. E. Butler and he pa southern home in Indianapolis, customers of this bank. I

vI ,' ,club building and their assistance :I' Gainesville.Mr. Miss Mable Weller'' and Mr.; :J. J. : [ three months visit
In behalf of the club In i Richardson is connected Truby. a II

other directions Col. D. E. Knight with the White Filling stations. Hugh I
spending and Mrs. P. O, Cornish and
t gave a proper response In well- n. Y. V. U. PROGRAM:; : been
selected words.Following I WOMAN'S: f'LUII MEETING; ents, Mr. and Caro. and Marjorie,

: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Sunday evening a very Interest- returned to for a trip to Palm -I

1r'1 sang' two lovely solos, "Sweet- I The regular monthly meeting of Ing and unique program was ren- to resume his They expect to return In a I II II

heart" and Last/ Rose ot Summer); the Woman's Club will be held at dered at the SeniorIntermediateB. bama .
I
accompanied by Miss Tthel Grlflln. the clubhouse, Wednesday, Feb. Y. P. U. Group Four, with Miss Flohr and Clarence Eng-
A beautiful trio "To a Wild Rose" 8th, at 3 o'clock. After a short OuHsle Mae Bennett as group can- Mrs. A. W. Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., I

(McDowell), was sung by Mrs. I business session the chairman of lain In charge of the program. guests Mr. several weeks at the BANK OF STARKEA i
_ J. 8. Butler, Mrs. I). E. Knight and music, Mrs. D. E. Knight, will have After the devotional service and leld and Mrs. of Mr. Fl hr's parents In

Mfss Ethel GrlfTIn, with Mrs. H. charge of the program which will the business was transacted, the Waverly. Va., Heights. They will be in
Knight at the piano. V.l I be rendered by talented artists meeting was turned over to the cock of until the first of March. ROLL OF HONOR BANK

Mr. Inman, the toastmaster, call. from the Jacksonville College of leader. A radio, which was so making a tour E. O. Johnston, of Sharon,
R.
Matthews Pres. J. Davis
ed upon Dr. G. P. Raymond and Music. kindly loaned to us by \Mr. D. C. or. In Keystone Heights, E. S. Cashier

v : Rat R. S. Carleton, who gave interesting All club members are urged to Jgnes, was placed on the table and Jan. 27th, to spend a week
:, and appropriate Impromptu attend the concert and the public the following program was then J. A. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ella I

ii $ addresses. Is cordially Invited.! rendered from behind visitor to, her home here. .
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ij 'i'he evening was enjoyed by The program for the afternoon is with Mr. Broward Strickland "tun- old soldiers men were present at .

i more than fifty guests who at they as follows: Ing In." he enjoyed of Trade banquet held -
\\m Sonata (First Movement)-Grelg.; flight while Jan 25th at the Key- Miami Beach
close expressed their appreciationto I. Piano solo, "Thinking of UNION TEMPERANCE: MEETINGThis : I -New Mty hill
the hostesses, ,who were Mesdames Caro Mlo Ileln ________Geordanl. Thee"-Miss Thelma Andreu. In the new Woman's Clubhouse. constructed here at cost r
G. M. Inman, L. A. Davis, One Fine Day __________ Puccini It. Talk by leader.III. both rldes..Mr A.'Smith:' president of the meeting will be held In the 000 will be > |lip,|
I Mrs. Orado Cox. he still presided, and some opened January 15
A. Z. Adkins and D. E. Knight. Marries Mr. Shuck; Sails church. Law enforcement
I Introducing Willie, Thelma John for China-Miss Cleo.Shepanl. the ground talks were given by Baptist Melbourne $23,26,1; contrail

CHRISTIAN KMMOAVOUOIWiaiVI.Nd ; : IV. A Long Vovage, Landingat speakers: Dr. George and prohibition arethe burning let for construction of wuterwoth'
: I7TII ANMVKRSAUY account Flor- questions in all political parties
Rondo carprlcloso-Mendelsllohn.l. Macao-Miss Eunice Perkins.V. On president of the extension.
: Language Study and Work of the high ; Rev. Benj. R. this year, it being the presidentialyear.
l |I!Iln the Movies Now-Thelma John- With Children-Miss Isabel Kasz- flooded Dr..R. Bruce Gamble. Every voter, man'and wom- Fort Myers-Extenalvt epeif.1
I The world-wide Christian En ston. enskl. Ing up the and Mrs. Daniel McLain, of an should be interested.The ments in rubber possibilities It J

1' deavor movement of young peopl,9 A Memory ______________Ganz. VI. War With England, Opens night and Canada, spent the week- following subjects will be Florida will be undertaken atom I
I Is observing for eight; days of thl,8 Pirate Dream __________Iluerter Ports-Miss Thelma Andreu. water to guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. discussed: by Edison Rubber Research O|
1 1' week the 47th anniversary of th,9 1. The general improved con- poration.
Coming Home Wllleby lasae a were of Keystone Heights.
------. -- VII. Voval solo, "For You I
le' founding of the first young peo" 1 j Mrs Grady {;OX. Am Praying'1-Mr. John Powell I The school Ward and R. E. Francis of dition In the Nation, financially, Fort Myers Tamlami TnJ

{I 4 pie's society. The Christian En- hostesses for the afternoon will with all on program Joining In on effort to were guests at Keystone commercially and morally, the result cross-state highway through bn [
+t deavor organization which ha of of the Everglades to For Myer-J
9 he: Mesdames T. J. Griffin, T. J. chorus. evidently week. prohibition.
spread to 100 countries and ha 9 Alderman, O. M. Inman, R. S. VIII. Violin Solo "Traumerl" days. Mrs. Wm. II. Crawford, 2. Improvement in law enforce will be ready for use shortly

an active membership of 4,000,00:2 Humphries, E. M. Rooks, E. K:. -Miss tussle \Mae'Bennett with Pa., returned to their ment. Daytona Beach $'1\ '))00iml

began with one society of 25 mem* Perryman and Emma Canova. Miss Thelma Andreu at the piano. The State Keystone Heights Tues- 3. Local and political lineup on clubhouse of Daytona Golf/ Aces[

bers, organized under the leader- S IX. Benediction. elated by the 31st, to spend the re- prohibition and law enforce try club formallly opened
ship ot Rev Francis E. Clark D'. :MRS. WAINWRHIIIT ENTERc ; : will put. cm of the winter. They ac- ment. New Smyrna Masonic Lodiii!

D., la Portland, Maine. Dr. Clarl TAINS AFTERNOON IIHIIHJI] :MARSHMALLOW: ItOAHT Conference by their son, Mr. Ray There will be a rep'ort from the dedicates its new home ben il

t continued to head the growing org::1 Feb.,1 Uh. Crawford, of Philadelphia, mayor's office, the_ county judge's corner ot Washington Avenue it|
anlzatlon for nearly half a cen I' The afternoon Bridge Club was I Mr. and Mrs. J T. Quigley en- In ,the is convalescing from a office and the sheriff's office on local North Hillsboro'street

X tury. Shortly before Dr. Clark',s delightfully entertained Friday aft tertained a party of young people from .>I to 4 p.FRx'N Injury which he received I condition of law enforcement. Winter Park Winter Pu.l!.
i'i'I!I death and at the founder's urgen t ternoon at the attractive home of from Hampton Thursday eveningat babies and while fencing Mr. Those who fail to attend this meet- Telephone Company acquires pla:!

request Rev. Daniel Poling, D. D., Mrs. W. M. Wainwright. their hospitable home on Mable dially Invited Is a member of the fac- Ing will miss getting much valu- and business or Orange City TelfJ

r1 of New York City, became presl l,-1 Fragrant narcissi and sweet street their little Easton College. able Information. phone Company.

dent of the world-wide movement i peas were used attractively andi Bowls of daffodils and dainty McDowell of Jacksonville, Bellview New chicken bald

in which for years he has i" two tables were arranged for fern lent attractiveness to the Too guest at Keystone. Inn this Groveland-New sidetrack be- ery being erected on Cedars Poi j

prominent. i bridge. Mrs. N. Sternberg made rooms with their big open fires prevent his ing built here to take care of car- try farm In this city.

Thousands of churches of num. high score and was given a lovelyI brightly burning. With games, the J. P. Wllbraham and two lot shipments for Edge Mercantile Fort Meade--Florida PulL|

; 74E erous Christian denominations will I I flower basket and Mrs. O. L. music and book-lore conversation, noon landed Sarah and Laretta, and Company's new feed store. Service Company purchases 1 I''

observe next Sunday as denominational .. Haynes, a box of bath powder as the evening'was delightfully spent and his wife Howard and Frank, and Stuart-Site selected for $30- acre site: beyond west boundary(

day Christian denom. second high and at a late hour chairs were. while the brother-in-law, 000 city hospital. Fort Meade for substationArtisticComfortable .

t t Inatlons will observe next Sunda;)r.. Mrs. Wainwright served her drawn around the now glowlni( by Shertft : Cole, all of Pittsburgh, i .
sl as denominational day, with Chris. guests a delectable fruit salad coals and marshmallows were I round that the In Keystone Heights - -- -

tiara Endeuvorers In charge of program .. course. Enjoying the afternoon roasted and enjoyed.A go, and the" where Mr. Cole owns

that will emphasize loyult y; were: Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, N closing feature of the evenlni: stay and The party will be here
to\\.'()hurch and denomination. Ii I .Sternberg, J. C. Robinson, II. *II. was the initiation of Protesso' with a few days as they are en-

tha week following, meetings ol r Young, O. L. Haynes, R. F. Demo- Lawhorn as a member of thi e were released I Fort Myers and Miami.
interdenominational Christian Eu. rest, N. D. Wainwright and Miss "gang." I caught the .
deavor unions In the cities and I Mable Weller. Those present were: Misses Fret t
't countries ot the United States and I Wynn, May Jones and Gertrude t Dr. U. G. t .....NN....+..++: ,

Canada will be held, with add res-,' Clfll.mtEN OK CONFEDERACY Wynn and Messrs. J. H. Lawhori I will arrive In LAWTEY
sse by the young people and b> : MEETING and M. C. Sweeney. January 30th ;.
l .
Christian Endeavor mem' E.'In. BBTBer, Cor .
former '
bank
;f over the .
bers. It estimated that 20,000,000members 'j I The Ruby Davis Memorial Chapter HONORING MRS ROANE of becoming ...................
of Christian churches en
ot the cnlldren of Confederacy fied here. Dr. Feb. 3.-Mr. and Mrs.
hove, at some time enrolled in a will hold their regular businessand Mrs. A, Z. Adklna entertainedwith of P. L. Turner and children visited

Christian} Endeavor society. In historical meeting at the home a lovely party Monday afternoon here from a Sunday.
cities former members stills at her home on Walnut
many 70
the after-
r I of Mrs. S. L. Peek on the. Turner A. A. Smith )
retain a connection with the move- ''noon of Feb. llth, at 3:30 o'clock, street, in honor of her sister, Mrs., now :enjoying Jacksonville.spent Wednes- 0

;e$1 mint through alumni fellowships. ( Master S. L. Peek, Jr., and Frances L. r;. Roane of New ,Orleans La. Dr. Turner Roberts and i
:,r ,On the closing day of Christian Lee Peek, will be host and hos- Narcissi and nasturtiums were with a cordial 'Miner grandson,
Endeavor week, Sunday, February6th hostess ot the occasion. used effectively about the rooms,, News bespeaks attended church
City
numerous churches will hold be present. Six tables were arranged for Sunday.
All members please
} a Special evening service, in which Historical : bridge and attractive SCOTS'pad tub practice.-: Mrs. L. H. Hill were

the Christian Endeavor societies 1. When program was the department and tallies done In Valentine de- Frank Mrs. Mary Todd In Jack- r p=-.
with church will sign were used, heart-shaped Sunday.
affiliated the pre- ot the Confederate orzanlzedT candies ,
navy dent fire
Mrs. E. E..
Burney and
'' sent a program based on the pres- 2. Who was the secretary! being placed on the tables Jacksonville
"Crusade with Christ during the visited her parents in
sent a newly 3. Who were the officers ot' games.At inspection of
j,k. Inaugurated youth movement. the Blockade Runner, the David the end of the progressions, equipment. Sunday.
lug
(' I The crusade is designed to aid the 4. Name the Confederate crui Mrs J, C. Robinson winner of Mrs. J. B. Dye of Jack
each, unit of
I, causes of youth evangelism, world high score was given an attarcttvc visited her parents, Mr.

c we peace, and Christian citizenship. sers.6. Which of the cruisers bears honey \Jar. Holding: second highMrs. sonville to protect being the A. M. Blanchard Sunday.
H. U. I. S. will meet at the
Young people will deliver declamations the greatest record? H. Young received a Chief McMillan
on 'these topics In the services Lee Perryman Davis. directress. picture. The honor guest, Mrs. city. Mr. Club Friday and a spe- While you are building-it might as well be the beau
t. of February 5th, and winners Weeks Brownlee asst. Roane, was given a pair of lovely has been arranged by
Maud
of such declamation contests will silk hose. himself as Edwards and her music tiful and the artistic-especially if it costs no more.

be eligible! for state and national ENTERTAINS Mrs. Adkins assisted by Misses with the result other children added and
MRS. DAVIS: This is
and also be equally true, even though it be only repairs
oratorical contests. The general C. 1). C. Myrtlce and Merwyn Jackson and in the form of a sU-
,. purpose ot the observance will be Ethel Grlflln, served her guests a ure of an alarm The ladles of Lawtey are improvements to the home place.
ed him of the
tot focus attention on the world- The W. T. Weeks Chapter UnIt- delicious salad course with sandwiches attend and your attend- "

wide service program of the Christian ed Daughters of the Confederacy potato chips and tea. to ftc: stood the scene at be very much appreciat- America Las passed the era of building "just abodes.

: Endeavor societies, which also met at the lovely home of Mrs TEJiI'hltl\CF making -
have Important objectives for loy- I L. A. Davis Wednesday afternoon. ; ) another dangerous fire America has caught a bit of the old world spirit of

alty and assistance In the program I The spacious rooms were attractive MEETING; ed Starke at each-- house Monday. The old Mary its homes an artistic place in which to live-or, a
of,their Individual churches. with fern and potted plants caught fire from
,' The Starke Endeavor Society is 11n bloom. Upon absence of the ( A Union Temperance meetingS Seaboard grass and for a while It place pleasing to the eye as well as comfortable.We .
j ( arranged for next Sunday night Live Oak- If we were going to lose
arranging to observe this Christian president, Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. I
i Endeavor week next Sunday eve- O. L. Beasley presided over the at the Baptist church at 7:30 planing strawberry patches also have building plans, which we furnish without
o'clock. This meeting is under the of W. O. Hair' as it was In town. The
; ning at their regular meeting business session, after which Miss extra cost to the artistic j
customers that combine
our
direction
Florence Matthews gave two de of the Starke Ministerial here.Fort of boys and men of ,
l' DR. n. si. TIPPLE COMINO: Association. All Myers
lightful vocal solos which were congregations saved these however, the practical and economy in construction.No .
i TO STARKE greatly enjoyed.At ,are asked to unite In this ser being> very much appreciated

Dr. B. M. f pie orator- the close of the afternoonMrs. vice. First street of the.town. matter what you want to build'orrepair, nor, DO
.
humorist will deliver an address Although Norman' and old and
Davis served her guests a '
LUNCHEON: HONORINGMRS. supp'n
r In the Methodist church Friday delicious salad course with pick- ROANS ed and settled citizen of Lawtey passed matter what materials you may need, we can

evening Fed, 3rd at 7:30 on lee tsaltlnes, hot chocolate and Mrs. J. -lalpas and daughter four counties ''; last week. He had been them at a price as low as can be found anywhere. Gi\8
,
They are
"Listening In On World Event." whipped cream. Present were: Miss double pneumonia two : ;
Seats are free an(* everybody invlt 'Mesdames J. M. Brownlee, O. L. .at Sarah the ,Orange entertained and Black at luncheon TeaRoom ,and Henando. he'became worse. I 'il. This has Fort Myers He' leayee'to mourn his
engagement been
: l Haynes. O. L. Beasley. W. L. Wall, Wednesday; In honor of

artftnged by Dr. C. W. Crooke, EL K.: Perryman.' J. H. Rltch and Mrs.;' L. L. Roane of New Orleans, amt Hammock trail and wife and a ,large J i t- i ': ''. .r a .. : .(l'l'ffl.i
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon 'ea'' of children, beside other
Me 4aa L. II. 11111, W. E To- Law Enjoying this delightful
x..gue of Florida. It Is said that affaIr lier county He wa 'carried to Long
rode and Ems Miner, of Lawtey,
were: Mrs. M. E. Jones
Edward
of Lumber
rid, :p1',"'lqIlI. lea very strong and* atmiss Mr.._W. E. Griffin of Jacksonville: I Gainesville; Mrs.. A. Z. ,Adkins, Company Saraso.ta to- where. Interment. : Company
tr.fI41"; 4osdtae. 1iti1-'bast
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:/" county officers Mr. a N. Sternberg ant
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children, Ruth Lillian and Den, Til*)

Bits of I II Dr. GeorgeV.'-. -Meade, president accompanied Sammy Sternberg to

II I of the Florida Chautauqua.. Key. Gainesville Sunday afternoon o PFRESH

stone Heights where he is a student In the uni '
was a visitor In '

I I "' 1N ;' town Monday. versity. GROCERIES

Bean Mrs. A. A. Burden, Miss Hilda
seed
Tenn-Green Pod.-Giant Red Valentine Btrlngless. Durden and Mrs. Jennette Roper of 1 t T Why do the majority of particular "

Concerning Our'People Business and Bountiful and Ford hooks J. F Starke were visiting Mrs. C. R !1 housewives in this community 1 patronize -

Progress of the County and Town. Klckliter. Sparkman Io'rlday.-Wal Correspondence i our store? The answer IS-
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I I Mrs. O. L. IJeasley returned Sun- in Gainesville Dally our groceries are .
foodstuff
'1II".I11I1I111IR1l1lnll'RlIItIIIII.III11J$ i!!!emumnmmwuunlnmmlusaulwaaaasu''' __'.'''. .... day from Tampa where she has Sun. Every article of in our i "
been visiting her parents Mr. and store is be \ '
guaranteeetl to fresh. ,
|E) ie of Lawtey, was a I Jacksonville spent several days : Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Limbaugh ""' j I,

u ..or in Starke FridayGalmm ,. of last week In htarke with friends. I and children of the state, farm, I Whatever your grocery needs may 1

and Mrs. Harvey Long of I and Mrs. Limbaugh's mother. Mrs. fel'w' fbe, we can supply you. ;
and Field Seeds a
.a 1.27.41Corrudine ,, spent Sunday in Starke with his In Starke with her parents, Mr. were visitors in Starke Tues- Phone Your Order-IF YOU WISH
and Mrs. \V. M. Edwards. day.
parents Mr. and !Mrs. S. R. Johns.
of Lawtey, was '

lor in Sturke Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode of lion their and guests.Mrs. Mrs.A. S.Crews'Crews haveas nep- children.Mr. and Grace Mrs. and Michael Michael Dew, who and Specials Friday And Saturday "i'iJ

Lawtey, spent Sunday with Dr. and hew Master Graham Dowling of have been spending several weeks
)1' Lake Butler, was I
|' Glove) < Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Dublin Ga. In Starke with Mrs. Dew's aprents I _. .
Saturday. -
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(Of ? Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Williamson

Hobertof! Graham.was aLs Mr. and Mrs. George W. Balsden Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and have returned to their home In liluc Ridge Corn or Porto RiM Sweet Pola.lrooms., A good one for i

of Jacksonville spent the first children, of Jacksonville, spent the Tela Honduras Central America. the Home
visitni In town Monday. of No. 2 Can toes Bradford County SiPt'as

the week In town with relatives. KIngsley week-end Lake.at Kelley Kottage, Mrs. George A. Murcotta and Raised I
Beau. N. C. and Florida 4 cans for 48c 5 Strand 50c ,
vet daughters, Eva and Louise, and \
i c Klckliter.i Sheriff W. S. Brauner and 0. C.Drlgg'ers '
is I Messrs. G. B. and J. L. Anderson sister-in-law Mrs. E. J. Archanv 10 Lbs. 25c --- -

of Lake Butler, were of Archer, were guests of Mr. and beault i and Mr. Alonzo A. Versa ,
National Biscuit
Mitchell spent Frl-
i M visitors In les motored to Penney Farms and KARO SYRUPBlueCrackers
Starke Monday. !Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mr. and
Jith friends( in Jacksonville.and : Mrs. E. M. Davis Sunday. Green Cove Spring Sunday.Mr. Lable


{ Mrs racksonvllle.H. M. Snyder spent which When to build you need see Quigley anything and with Da Mrs. J. M., Colley of Hernando A. S. Strickland, of the I 6 Pkgs. 25c Fresh Fat Salt .Backer5 Lb. Pail 39c

ID vis. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J, KIngsley lake section, and owner I
F. Colley and Mrs. Vf. A. Colley of the large pavallon and bathing 2 .
R A Weeks of Brooker last week-end. docks on the north shore of the i Nucoa Oleomargarine for 25cSwift's Best Granulated
!Mr.
and
tlsltor In Starke Wednesday.and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand
beautiful his'
lake greeting
was
I Next thing to huller CANE SUGAR
son, Hugh, spent Cole I
Friday in Green Springs friends Tues \
lion
and Mrs. A. S. Crews and
( Mrs. J. G. Crews were Jacksonville shopping. 'Mrs. Crews' nephew Graham Dow- day.-Clay County Crescent.J. Lb. Pkg. 29c 10 Lbs. 68c '
guestc Sunday of Mr. and ling. visitors Jewel Compound
were to Jacksonville I
[lynum Perkins. Col.. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Tuesday. 11. Rltch has purchased the __ Lard

Butler was a business visitor In half interest held by W. M. Wainwright Post Toasties Corn French's Ammonia y
and Mrs. Floyd Green and Starke or 2
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Wednesday.Mr. Louis Witkovskl of Jacksonville, In Supreme Filling StationNo. I pound pail 38c
j>n of Lake Buller, were vls- spent the latter part of the weekat 2, and the station will be, own- Flakes / pound pail 74c 10-oz. Bottle u
.t-Iutlves in Starke Friday. and Mrs. W. D. Mundy Jr., ed and operated by Mr. HItch and
the home of his aunt Mrs. E. 2 19c 8 pound pail $1.1.1 Per bottle 15cGibb's
\ will leave Sunday for a several S. Matthews. son Hamilton, who has had chargeof Boxes
J. Wynn of Hampton, was avs days' trip to Hollywood. the business since opening. ---
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin and '
/JllteCleallser 8-oz. hot.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone little daughter Verna jean, of Mitchell's Drug Store, the official ..JAXJVEI..LlOUSE Catsup,

spent the week-end in Starke with Jacksonville, spent Tuesday and Rexall store In Starke, Is celebrating 3 for 24c COFFEE 2 Bot. for 25cPOST
A A Durden and daugh- friends and relatives.Mr. Wednesday with Mrs. Lila Griffin the twenty-fifth anniversary cans y

JHS i Hilda, of Hampton were of the Rexall organizationwith ._ 1 pound can lie-- .

is in Starke Friday and Mrs. R. F. Demorestwere Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot;: a birthday sale lasting until Palm Olive Soap 3 pound can $1.38 KHAN2Boxes25c

visitors to Jacksonville Mon- had as their guests Sunday after- Feb. 25th.

V Larson of Keystone day. noon, Mrs. \V. F. Barefoot and 3 Bars 24c
[n, a business visitor In
was children of Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Mitchell and

Saturday. Col. Floyd Green of Lake Butler children of West Palm Beach _ Kosedale Peaches

was a business visitor In Mrs Dale II. Vansickel of were guests first of this week of Sliced Breakfast Bacon No. 2 1-2 can 2/c Athlete Toilet Paper
ater Wills of Tampa
spent Starke Tuesday.A. Mr. .Mitchell's parents Mr. and
Gainesville Wednesday with
spent
I days in Starke this week her parents Sheriff and Mrs. \V. J. Mrs. O. A. Mitchell. West Call Lb. roll 30c No. 2 -- - ._ 18cNo. 4 rolls for 24c

illess. A. Durden of Hampton wasa Epperson.Mrs. street. They were on their way to 1 can lite
business visitor In Starke TUes- Los Angeles to make their future
and Mrs. F.. L. Wise of day. home.
W. P. Randall of Jacksonville -
Son. were visitors In StarkeA of
was the week-end guest .I.Ier
Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Tucker spent her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cnrnell '

Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Alvarez.Mr. and little son, James Frederick r fc'H
A M Darby of Gainesville Ames at their country home west and Mr. Joe Morris of Ormond I

|he week-end guest of her of Starke. and Mrs. H. II. Nobles and were guests of Mr. and-Mrs. }'. A.
|ler i Mrs. D. C. Jones. little daughter 6f Green Cove Scott Monday. Mrs. Carnell and

W. Walnwrlght Is spendingthis Springs, were visiting friends in son will remain for a visit with
Marie B. Stevens of South week In Cnoss City auditing Starke Sunday. her parents.
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tored to Tallahassee Sunday Hardware Company [Mrs Jay Alderman and little following described property, to- (u) feet wide on the South end In i
week. The Baird
spent the day. wit. HciclIon Klwht (8) and Northwestquarter ent:
of Gainesville purchased this daughter' of Starke. accompaniedby Situate lying and being. In tiradeford ;;: of Meet Ion Seventeen (IT)' Land

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andrea of site from the Sweat estate, 'and It her parents Mr. and Mrs. County Florida and more particularly Northeast quarter of Northeast I.-faY

Stuart, spent the first of the week Is understood resold to the 'Standard Bradley of Detroit were Sunday ,! I doHcrlhtid' am h 't.IICI quarter of. Hertlon KlKhteen. (18. bUe.'f
1'hs Houtlicmxt. quarter' Ion all of the above hslnw In Township
with their daughter, Miss Thelma, 011 Company for a filling sta visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. HOVHII (7) and Houthwent quarter ofsouthwest Mix (III), Month Itnna-e Twenty-two
and other relatives in Starke. tion. l quarter, and Nnrthwentriuarter :, (22) Hunt, ronllllnll1lo'rhr.." Hundred flDU..I .
Winter. Waldo Correspondence "' of rlouthwent quarter and Forty-two (348) acres more or
ti.o \ Went half of Southeast quarter. of I""".
Snowflake. Truckers Favorite Miss Mable Weller had as her In Gainesville! Dully Sun. "UI uarter iiiul all that portion Huld sain to he mode for cash to I
of soup halt of Northeast quarter the highest and best. bidder subjectto .. ,.
and Yellow and guests recently Mrs Alice Crawford .'. 8 I...
Stowels Evergreen of southwest' Went the approval of the .qrt. ,
( White Dent Corn seed. J. F. Kick- Miss Louise Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Sam were nC Public (toad, nx now Ioratoil', "'"b- 1 rinrv 20th, 1018) unlit land lielnx Master .baf.. ;
liter. Miss Carrie Gtering of Emlenton called! to Alma Ga., Saturday on Twenty-onn. (21) feet wldn on North J. I. FRA7.KW' -
; Pa., who were en route to pointsof account of (the death of her father, end I and Two hundred Thirty-two H"llrlir of lli'ciir.l 2- -6t-3-l., It 1t1uuy

Mrs. A. C. Guest and daughter Interest In the souther / part of Mr. J. G. Gruber, Sr. Mr. Saul returned "- .
Miss Ruth were visitors to Gaines- the state They will return to to Starke Sunday but Mrs.

ville Thursday where they form- Starke for a visit with Miss Weller. Saul will spend the remainder of

erly made their home.O. the week there.
The program committee of the I $ are'.

A. Andreu of Stuart, and Senior-Intermediate B. Y. P. U. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee I EI'O; GTS II 1s of

daughter, Miss Thelma and Miss met Thursday evening Jan. 26th and daughters Mrs. M. C. Slth r *
Oussle Mae Bennett were visitorsto at the home of Miss tussle Mae and little sons and Mary Brown y C.v
Jacksonville Monday; Bennett to plan the work for the lee, and son. Hugh motored to De- A I y

ensuing month. After the plans Land Sunday and spent the day

Mrs. D. C. Jones and her had been,made, the hostess assist with: Mrs. Brownlee's mother, Mrs. 1 I et0t1uC

mother. Mrs. A. M. Darby of ed by her mother served light re- N. A. Blitch, and her brother-in- aVeuilt1ol

Gainesville'Attended the performances freshments. law and sister, Col. and Mrs. J. E.

of the Florida ChautauquaIn Futch. ; .

The City .,Barber Shop.. Keystone Heights Tuesday.Mr. HANK IIT. T M..JNT ;

A WORCOLUMN
and Mrs. J. F. Colley hadas CENT Report of the condition of the
their guests Thursday Mrs. Col- Flank at Starke at tttarke. In the ,
State of Florida at the clone of bual- 4tna..te1t tor*1 !
ley's father Mr. J. E. Robinson, n.asi L>..c. 31"'. 1997. 4-
announces installation in their ,shop and her aunt Mrs. C. J. Weaver, Loan and Discounts$188,108.04.. .ne. '

Jf of Ocala. WANTEDYour orders tor wood: Overdraft __-____.___ 345.75
the Oak or pine by the load or cord. United County States and Municipal Pond ______ B,160.00 "Get the Saving I

Mr. and Mrs J. F., Colley and Price reasonable. See me or Honda 85,500.00

Mrs. J. M. Colley of Hernando motored leave orders at Miss Matilda Banktnr.--------------and Fixtures _________ _.. 7.50000
to Wildwood Sunday and Lee's Church street. E. H. Lee. Other Heal Etsate Owned ,10.170.77 Habit"You he
t and Mrs. J. Claims. and Other Resources -
Nestle Circuline spent the day with Mr. 1.13.4tNEED .:___ _____ 'BS9.85'I
R. Colley. Caah on Hand and Due -
I'EANUTH FOR HALE' from Bank ____. 148287.13 to

Mr. Orville Grille and Miss Total __ ___447800.44 can follow no better example than
the dinner North Carolina running peanuts aities
nd the Dorothy McDowell Mr.-and were Mrs. Harold C. grown In Georgia at |5.00 Capital fltock Paid In___.f 18,000.00 emulating the man who has a definite saving -
of of Surplus' Fund 25.000.00Unillvl.l
presence a Factory Demonstraor guests ------ -- ---
Lake hundred pounds freight paid to : d Profit Less: I'xpens.aand'rasesI'ald -
Wall of Starke on Sunday.- e ) __ 2,60490 play. Who visits his savings bank regularly h
on the first your station. White Spanish $6.75 ____ e
four days of next week Butler Times. Deposits 404.2 H.4O
delivered. Write for special'cata- All Other Liabilities ._. 707.14 and deposits a certain percentage of

February 6th to 9th, inclusive. The first Misses Edith Jones. Free and log. Baby chicks for sale. Ralph I Total _'447. 00.44 his earnings weekly. '
Wynn. Mellirs. C. T. Law- Griffin. Douglas Ga. 234t. i Htat of Florida County of Hrad- .

ten applying for a permanent wave will be Gertrude horn and M. C. Sweeney of Hampton TENANTS-WANTED- -Have two I ford, ,It.as.t J.J JI Davis. ('aMhl..r of the anovonamed That is what term t7
guests of Mr, and Mrs.J !Hank do .ol..mnly swear that you might systematic
iven the benefit of a reduction in price to were farms short distance from the above atatement I I. true to the
evening.
T. Quigley Thursday knowledge and belief saving.
Starke partly fenced and with dtth my
7.50. t It la In response to nltl.'talnotlre
Regular price $10.00. daughters houses In fair condition. Will to report by the Comptroller the

Mrs. G. A.and Marcotte Louise, and and sister-- give good tenants free rent for of the Stat. of Forida.It. J. DAVIS'; Open a bank account today !NOW !-Layout I
Lena looking- after property O, M. Cashier.
Our shop is equipped with all modern in-law. Mrs. E. J. Archambeault. Inman over postofflce Starke. (SCORitECT-ATTEST: a definite systematic savings plan-
fl. MATTHEWB.A. .
mprovements and Miss Martha Mersereau spent U. E.. M. IMIUIV then adhere to it religiously.Get fg
and workers
our are ex- Monday In Gainesville. JOHN UOLOW. Director
FOR SALE-Small black mule for HubHcrlbed and sworn to before me
jperts) in their own line. You will I receive Judge A. Z. Adklna and G. M. sale cheap. See J. W, White. this 2-th day of Janual.519211. the 'saving habit !

he spent Friday In Fernandina 2-3-3t Notary. ...1'uhlla.:! !
Inman
f utmost attention and care whether you attending the meeting of Committee.the State LOST-One black male hog. Marked MASTKIl'-!) SALE You'll always have money for the proverbial i,
esire Executive
a trim or a permanent wave.. Judge Democratic Adkins..went as a delegate : swallow-fork underblt ,one la the flrcnlt Court 26th Judicial rainy day.Bradford. ,
Circuit' Bradford County State of
ear, staple fork In other. Pleasenotify
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from Bradford county.Mr. Florida. In Chancery.Uabelle
O. D. Kersey, Starke. It* Lank joined by Charles eachbno
Leak her husland.Va. .
and Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton FOR SALE OR RENT-Unfurnished .
he and son. ,Billy of Hastings, spent house and three acres of N.Under T. TUtch and, et by at virtue of final rte-> '
City Barber ShopJ. the week-end with,, Mrs. Yelvlng- land on Lafayette .treet.Euy, cree entered In the above entitled County Bank
-Judge and Mrs. .G. faun on the 28th day of January
toni parents term on a sale, or reasonable I.n, and recorded In the record of
Pearce, Prop. Starke Florida A. Gardiner, rental. Fruit trees all kinds on old Court In Chancery Order Hook
No. 6. at pair 84. In favor of Brad- "Bradford County's FinancialStronghold.
place. James Lamb Starke. 2- ford County Bank a corporation, andaaalnet li
I' 1 Mrs. F. A. ,Moore .f Gaines 3-2t the above named Inabell ."
0l)1.NAIAIeaII11WgIIrtlAl'AaAAlIa11MI81A.AA1 "
'IX1W03'ISdfftuI[ ) ,111e. !._ spending .the week In and Lank empowering and Charles' me Lank.... dlr..otlnn. I .
Starke with her brother J. B.av. FOR RENT-Furnished room offer for sale In front of the Court ,

6 slid family AD* Mr..ad Mrs... Mrs. H. II. Toting West Call Houne..... 1gh Hour Htarke* of _Florida. >. on Mon clurta : t'1

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) Farmers & FarmingBy Costs Florida Front .. Ada Nlmmo. Cor. -.. ONE MILLION DOLLAR

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I Last Tuesday evening. January; Part of Quarterly Dintributlon -,
Rank In Pork Studies Itradfonl's brought the ,
( Agricultural Editor) 24th Elder J. P. Haner, was gladly Will 1W 11I2,738.01 stantlal lar1t '"".
sums an/ '!
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Gainesville Flo-The story of While the and his family; The State Department of Public "'J
parson 699; Dade. $21.:1 '
mean million of dollars annually : ,
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles -
how a typographical error turned to the hog Industry In the United were seated by the fireside, they: Instruction will distribute approxImately 317.10, and Ptn.-i, P ,1
of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo the leadership in soft pork Investigations States. heard a rap at -the door. They: I $1,000,000 among_ the i The averag. "' "

Be Best Suited to Our Country from Florida to other answered the call and learned I public schools of the state before Hlllsborough. Dm,, ,, node dale('

IIXTKVSIOV: : WOKKKIWTO : that the First Christian church of i W. S. Caw- and Pinellas ,,, "?,. .
-- -. ---- states Is gradually being unfolded KMIMIASIKK: NKKIrou : : ) which Elder Haner Is pastor, was: the end of January has more than that 'n,i .hill
,!' 'f -- .- I and Florida seems destined to fall m\i/rm: CHICK at the door and each one pre- thon state superintendent an- ty the former ha ." r.'' :
" 'to accomplish and get full credit sented the Elder with a pound ot nounced.A val, 24,300; Dad i l5'\
EVERYBODY IS LOSER for one of the Important research something wholesome and nl..e. total of $624,000 Is now be- , h Gainesville, Fla.-The Impor- the 16.470; and Pin' ;41'
projects In the history of animal canned goods, groceries and fruit. ing apportioned among coun- '
total }
. tance of growing healthy chicks the state's regu- average att+ ,,,,,, Ifr i
respresentlng
Industry Those elderly people showed ties, counties
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. -/id/ WHEN TIMBER BURNS Soft pork which is produced by will be called to the attention of their appreciation for the nice gifts lar quarterly distribution of funds The roport was slu.:. \ ,

.i feedingliogs on certain oily feeds Florida poultry growers by a Grow and appreciated the generous lov-' for the support of the schools, and going to each ,., ,,,, had
I$ : of about $430,000 "Ill' .
; I particularly and soybeans the members, shortly the sum
peanuts Healthy Chicks Program which Is Ing spirit among ford county will ", ,
(By Spuds Johnson.) of the State, for woodland Ores Is discriminated against by the which brought about this kind will be available front what Is of ved tile
tp be put on by agricultural extension fund 2738.94 a, II.,,
This Is the season of the year : known as the "equalization pan Of
drive away and destroy the wild packers. Because peanuts and deed. quarterly dlstritt.n,, ,
workers of the Florida
when forest fires either Intentionally game and bird life. It is of I importance soybeans are cheap feeds, however Elder Haner Is entering upon his established for these counties funds received tr, ?, < 01.
or accidental, are seen more to the Florida farmer 1 it is desirable from the far- College of Agriculture.The third year's work In our town and needing help and meeting certain above. ourcetr

4 frequently than at any other times. mers' standpoint to use these as ,. program calls for the practice Is held with great esteem by the< requirements.Prior t
It Is no trouble, and one does not who gets his fuel posts, poles, and hog feeds. of six factors: early hatching Christian people of all denominations to the 1927 session of the Dade CltY--PaR' ,-" 'Ubt1l-, ,
have to look far to nee burning building timbers from the forest I In years prior to 1920, it was I II clean eggs and chicks, clean brooder legislature three apportionmentsof be held here Janua. 4-27
'' grass and trees and stumps. Forest fires strike at the very vitals I determined by Investigators that house clean land, balanced ration Mrs. Earnest Webb and daughter state funds were made annually Avon Park-. .p,,",?,,
Flames which may have 1 been of social and economic prosperity some peanut-feed hogs which had and separation of the cock- of Jacksonville are the guests to the counties, the one-mill tern here to be ext, "idea part! ,

meant for the dead gratis are taking In the State. of Florida." been slaughtered cured out to be erels and pullets. N. R. Mehrhof of Mrs. Webb's uncle Mr. and school tax and the Interest on the approximately 8 0"/. ,',. inak eta,

i toll of the trees, particularly ('1111'1'1 hard pork, indicating that if a way I extension poultryman of the University Mrs. A. A. Durden this week. school fund furnishing the meansof on Lake Verona.ClewistonFour. !
of trees which are being turpentined. of taking fat samples from live' of Florida will cooperatewith Rev. R. C. DIckerson preached distribution. The last lawmakIng aisles

''! Two farm Inventories, taken a hogs could be devised, the individual -i the county and home demonstration at the Methodist church last Sun- body enacted a law for addi- eight two-ton Cat.uiar. ,tri
p While an the subject of forest :year apart show whether a farm hogs whose lard had a low agents In the various day evening. tional support making available a, for use in planting ,pop' (
,0 a fires, I am again referring to the business Is getting ahead and how melting point might be used In counties In the administration of Miss Gertrude Wynn, Mrs. J. P one-fourth mill property tax a one acres oo sugar can, +III thhrs a
>t bulletin on Forest Fires In Florida much.A breeding up a strain of hogs that the program. Sullivan and Rev. F. M.! Taylor at- cent gasoline tax and the intereston received.
the Florida Forestry i could be fed on peanuts and would In the of public funds in banks over the Canal
published by lemon gives up much more of discussing importance tended the fifth Sunday meeting PointCnntrac.' let
Association In cooperation Its juice If It Is heated In hot wa i still produce hard pork. In the' growing healthy chicks, Mr. Mehr of the New River Association at state. completion of Eagle Oa'l\I/\)/
,f ; with the Forest Service ot the :V. ter or in the oven before it Is fall of 1920.. John M. Scott anl hhof declares that success in poultry Theressa last Saturday. Effective last July, the state KIsslmmee River
tiI I S. Department of Agriculture. I I squeezed. mal Industrialist at the Florida management is dependent on i I Miss Ada Nimmo spent last department established a quarterly I Arcadia---Work ,,i air L
quota two paragraphs from the Colton farmers In Florida will Experiment Station, devised a clean healthy young stock. Sani- Sunday at Lake Geneva the guest apportionment of the funds in January sota-Arcadia road being ar
bulletin which state that "every- do well to remember the predic- method of taking fat samples from tation is absolutely necessary If of Mr. and !Mrs. R. M. Faver. April and October. ed.
'f' body IOHI-S when timber burns." tions of the Experiment; Station live hogs, and It seemed that he the poultry raiser is to meet with M. C. Sweeney signal maintainer The apportionment just made Is Palm Beach- -NPW road.
"If the enemy were to invade regarding boll weevils for 1928. was In a fair way to pursue breed- success. We can buy breeding for the S. A. L. Railroad Co., was the revenue derived from the one eastern shore ot Late |J

Florida, burn 100,000 homes and Texts now being carried on Indi- Ing selections. stock, hatching eggs, and baby called to the bedside of his mother mill tax Interest on the common northward from Sherman'
.i threaten even greater destruction, cate a large percentage of weevils When the Legislature of 1921: chicks, he stated but sanitation In Paris, Kentucky. school fund the one cent gas tax, Bridge on Singer island h
the citizens of the State would rise will emerge alive this spring. met, a request was put in the bud- must bepractlced at home. The Girls' Sewing Club met at the Interest on the public fund opened shortly
up as one man to drive the foe Florida dairymen who purchase get for an appropriation for "sot Recent surveys In many states the home of Mrs. L. G. Johns las! In banks and the proceeds of the

from their midst Nothing wouldbe hay will save a lot of money by pork investigations.1 Through a have indicated that chick morall- Tuesday afternoon. After an industrious 1-4 mill tax Distribution of the I
left undone because all would getting acquainted with the grades typographical error, the Item read ity Is much higher than had been period of sewing, the "equalization fund" will follow I!

realize the seriousness! of the situa and terms used to define the various "salt pork Investigations" and the thought'. It is also pointed out hoatesb. Miss Natalie Marchlonney I within a few days. The latter I ..
; + tion. But how many know that grades, as defined by the Legislature failed to pass the appropriation that clean chicks and clean land assisted by Mrs. H. D. Hart, serv- fund Is made possible by withholding !
such an enemy Is now at large In United States Department Of Ag- and the work was necessarily are the two most important factors ed the jolly young ladles with a half of the funds available for I Strawberry Plum),
y\ the piney woods of Florida? He riculture. dropped.In in reducing morality. Healthy delightful ice tea course with tht quarterlly apportionment. It II I Ii
Is the 'red enemy of the forestWflre recent years the Agricultural chicks not only mean a lower death dainty sandwiches. has accumulated since last July. I
fi ,$ ; -and his mailludlngs have VAM'K IS AI.1H>I\TKI: ) Experiment :Station:; of the University rate, but those which are kept for Misses Free and Gertrude Wynn The one mill tax: for the appor- I I offer choice [tmpronKlondyke
been carried on for years. Fifteen AGENT IN HT. JOHNS of Illinois has taken up the egg production will be found to Edith May Jones Messrs. M. C. tionment now being made to the I
b "+ thousand man-caused fires in Investigation. using Mr. Scott's have. greater earning capacity. Sweeney and C. T. Lawhorne were schools totals 166348.94; the I : Excelsior Hslonary .
1 r destroy million of 'baby trees' as county agent for St. Johns coun Prof. Sleeter Bull, who Is conduct- CONTINUE TO MMMANY ) Quigley of Starke last Thursday fund, 69938.86; the one cent I leading n
which If allowed to grow, would ty has been announced by A. P. ing the Investigations, visited Mr. LIVE WEEVILS: evening.Mr. gasoline tax, 262,807.48; the Interest rleties Prices right I.

yield enough lumber each year Spencer, vice director ot the Agri- Scott this week and reports that and Mrs. Ralph Dyal and on bank deposits, $10,873.- II quality. Plants free from
I to build 100,000 homes. Can any cultural Extension Division, UnIversity Prof. F. O. King assistant animal Gainesville Fla.-When the little son of Penney Farms, and 44, and the proceeds of the 1.4 .
ti'f thinking person doubt that such of Florida Mr. Vance will industrialist at Purdue University third test 'cage was opened here Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Beasley, mill tax $10,873.44.llillsborough I diseases and we guano:

tit a loss seriously effects the pros begin work in Hastings Feb. 1st. Lafayette, Ind., visited the Illinois this week 263 boll weevils were of Gainesville were the guests ol county's schoolsare safe arrival of all stock
a, parity of Florida and of every man The new agent Is a native of Experiment Station recently witha found alive from the 1,000 that Mr. and !Mrs. J. V. Jones last Sunday being given' $52,687.35, the I
t woman and child who lives within Ohio and attended the Ohio Wesleyan veterinarian and a chemist to were put in the cage last fall. The largest individual county oppor-

the borders of the state and Ohio State Universities. learn how to take fat samples, and first cage was opened two weeks Miss Thelma Beasley, and Mist tlonment made. Duval county Send- for price list tad
"Everybody loses when timber He received degrees from each In- that Investigations long the same ago and hid 222 live weevils in It. Lois Bevil of Gainesville, visited draws $46,413 and Dade county, I IT'S FREE:

+ burns, for we are all users of wood. stitution. For the past eight yearshe line will be carried on in Indlanla The second cage was opened last Miss Edith May Jones last' Sunday $43,907.07. Polk county gets and worth its weight In Ie
iJtL Further than that the forest fire has been engaged in farming With no work' done on the mat- week and contained 277 live wee- evening. $31,467.70 and Pinellas, $26-

+ problem affects sixteen Industries In this state, beginning with a five ter since the method. of taking fat vils.The Among the visitors to Starke 818.31.
J and trades In Florida which rep- acre truck farm and Increasing his samples was developed, it seems tests are being conducted by this week, were: Mrs. Aver Den- The apportionments, are made on J.A.BAUERJudsonia
resent over 100000.000 a year acreage to 66. He succeeds John that Florida Is destined to fall to Edgar F. Grossman at the experi- ison. Mrs. Edwin Prevatt Mrs. C., the average attendance. This dis-

to the State. It affects 71,000 L. Scribner, who has resigned to accompllch and-thus obtain scien- ment Station, and may be taken L. May, Mrs. G. V. Knight, Mrs.D. tribution of the "equalizationfund" Ark.
wage earners with their dependents accept a position with the Hastings tific credit for breeding up a strain as an Indication of a heavy Infes- H. Loflin and Mrs. J. F. Johnson is to be upon the basts of II
.. It concerns the sportsmen Potato Growers' Association. of hard pork hogs which might I i tation during the present year, the needs of the various countiesto Lock Box 33
he thinks. Farmers ot the state
Last Wednesday evening, Mrs continue their schools for a minImum -
generally failed to heed the adviceof J. V. Jones entertained the W. M. period. I
last fall and
cotton specialists U., of the Baptist church with a The one-cent gasoline tax alone -- -
did not destroy the stalks Immediately -
silver tea. Each guest as they
f fy e rl.rc t after the cotton was picked. entered the parlor placed a piece of
it f This tact further convinces Mr.
silver in a beautiful bon bon dish
Grossman that a large number of table WHEN BITTER AUTOMOBILES ARB BUILT BtJICK WILL" B'';IIP '
which centered the cozy 1-
weevils will be present this year.
near the door. An Interesting

('Ol'XTY \OJ-ST:: CUVKS program was rendered after which,
MANY: JJKMOXHTHATIOXH a delightful course consisting of

IT tea. and sandwiches was served. \ Jiuicks
Gainesville, Fla-A total of 236 Mrs. J. B. Kennard is visiting her :
demonstrations were given by daughter Mrs. Boule of Eustis.
County Agent Alfred Warren of St. The Methodist W. M. U. met at
LucIe county during 1927. Of this the home of !Mrs. H. (\.. Delk last

i number, 107 were demonstrationsIn !Monday afternoon. The period
was spent In scripture study. Many]
new; or approved methods. The
f ''Rra other 416 were result demonstrations scripture quotations were given. eahs 0r Buickf2@hnndBui
4 9 if showing the value of prac- A pleasant devotional evening was
tices advocated by the Agricultural spent. Hot chocolate and sandwiches .
Extension Division and the Experiment were served at the conclu- Pal

t i.-v -t| ,! -mfl rpfciT-C lf* Station.A sion.Mr. kSprice spells
majority of the demonstrations and Mrs. F. C. Gould of Silver -

were related to citrus and vege- Lane, Conn., arrived here last

rCT-vtr--.r ri u.JSuSSM.&. table industries of that county. Monday. They spent the winter Smart
Following are some of the sub- in Sunny Florida last year and low-swung 110

jects and the number of demon- have many friends here, who are bodies by Fisher- $J.J.7::' fd
strations given: insect control, 39; glad to see them.
disease control; 23; cover crops. Mr. Harley Pizer of Lawtey, was Buick's famous valve-

45; cultivation, 16; fertilization a visitor here this week. in-head six-cylinder engine and Buicks
4 t e1 O R C.HuMvaaab+ ISreoA..rc 1J.w LO ; (A 33.; grove management, 14; prun- -
Alfafla hay has been proven to shock absorbersendowBuick
Lovejoy hydraulic
ing, 20.
be three times as rich In protein
} and six times as rich In lime as with the rich quality-appeal of the
/ ..N.....O.N.ONNOC .* timothy hay. Both protein and

,. __ J JMI. lime are needed by cows that are most expensive cars. And Buick volume-

... : HIGHLAND giving milk. double that of other builder of fine
P1L '\" ... .. H. E. Rick. Cor. One hundred and ten women In any

iiII'G ..e100.NOO......4..O..... Palm Beach county are keeping automobiles-enables Buick to offer you
a ICITCNEA home Improvement records.
tel. Feb. 3. Highland Buick quality at low prices.
9'G'IIG rurS Highland -- Among the activities of these women surprisingly
Bradford county school, Miss Deb-
; rNrlt are painting and renovating
.'- ALL n.r. bie Phillips principal closed a furniture Improving yards, and Three popular Buick models, a Sport Road
+r four months term of School Friday -
-. lence.I rearranging. kitchens for conven ster, a Sedan, and a Coupe are priced as low

Misses Deth Wlmberlysand Ethel as #1195, and all can be purchased on the
nicks and S. Davis and C. M. Grtf- .
fis attended the Beery Shows at I liberal G. M. A. C. plan.
I I'AiNTER'SSimon
r r iwjua &OI/JIAJQ EDOAL Jj Lawtey Friday night. i.
tXM..i
'. E-D UZ";. wao ., Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mrs. O. See other cars-then see Buick. Let thcomparison
I'' M. Gribble accompanied by. Mrs. I '
Pure Citrusand
I, :. N. T. Green of Starke visited relatives I determine your choice.SEDANS .

,;f at Baldwin Friday.F. V lS'O
$1195 to
COUPES
I $1195 to$1995
M. and J. E.
Ik Crews Wimberly .
Gem Farm
CropFERTILIZERS
attended the Baptist Union meet- SPORT MODELS$1193 to$152' .
:
.'.. Jx Ing at Mawllle Friday Saturdayand 4Ce.J. /.n..ll.lki.. ,_, ... ,. h.uJ. 'l G.JLl.t ,
i.ssa.,.,..,,..moil rfnmtli m_,...
'%" Sunday
.p. !Mr. and Mrs C. M. Click and i REGISTER MOTOR CO.
tLOORP1.AJ.)
children, of Jacksonville were
ti '
visiting friends here Friday. I Are
i
'rt, wari+n' ,
M"J bIi Miss Chitty of Lochloosa arrived STARKE FLORIDA
..
"TIME TRIED: AND CROP
Sunday to relieve Stanley Davis as
ENGLISH INFLUENCE Stucco sides brick Vestibule and space allowed for the various third trick operator for Seaboard.Mr. TESTED"Our
IN THIS lil'SU.nOw gable, variegated shingle roof half pieces of furniture are to be found Davis left Sunday night for

timber work sturdy door of solid In one end of the house. One of Plant City where he has another Brands are the Acknowledged -
(Dy R. C. Hunter &\; riro. Archts.. strlcks, iron hinges, lantern and these bed rooms has a very attrac- position. Standard by which I a On Scratches or Skin Abrasiot1an

o New York/ hardware all lend their charm to tive window seat and both have Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Law- Growers of Florida have
Here U a unique bungalow the general effect.In plenty of closet space. A tiled bath tey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Judged all fertilizers for I antiseptic should be used to prevent infer'

} along English lines. Low broadness addition to the charming ex- and well equipped kitchen complete W. M. Ferris for the day, Friday. nearly forty years. I tion,Insure quick healing.Therefore,remember,
gives the appearance that the terior, the house is well planned the arrangement. O. E. Webb of Jacksonville wasa "Giving all we can for whatwe
house has "grown" In Its setting within. The combined living room I The steam heating plant, coal business visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. get Instead of getting all Use I ISR Once!
ft fits. and dining room Is very large and room, etc., are to be found In the X, T. Green and baby, of we can for what we give," at
Comfort and substantiality areA there Is a very attractive dining alcove cellar.
Starke here with
spent Tuesday la the policy of cuts
'suggested by the large chimney oft off the kitchen where one Complete working plan and relatives. Borozone Liquid, a powerful antiseptic,cleanses

-1. brick and stone and It provides the may serve the meals on. more In- specifications for this house may I Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Prevatt were THE E. O. PAINTER and wounds and kills germs. Borozone both Powder hanJy-
after the
living room with a huge fireplace formal occasions. be obtained for a nominal sum visitors to Starke Tuesday FERTILIZER CO. I applied Uquld.hastens healing.Keep

where the large logs can burn The two bed rooms both with from the Building Editor. Referto Mrs. J. A. Starling made a business Sold By _
< < cot': la the winter. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I 1)ru "'
r : j ample light and cross ventilation House A-118. trip to Starke Monday Corpening's J'tore




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I .Broadcaster; ; Fox Trot Monday the 2nd day of April, A. P.i .. or tiuiularxon lane, thence Northerly loorKla; I .I".II" Blalla and ,
How to of .';ts. and therein fall not or judg- uloUH tho EaHtllnii I I of l ake. direct. or Amy Rowley In.ilia, each reside wife
Play: meat will be entered :tl.o'te "Siiiidernon lane 1S< feet; thence Wast North: : Port, I..UK,, tand. of State; at
It 1 IB ordered that this on a pmallel line with Pratt ntreet of New York ', l.iluaru; Blalla
.ubllshod In the Bradford County .1 41 feet to Temple Avenue or State: of North Port t runtee -
Play.BRIDGE Discovered on Broadway} ltcraph' once a wevk for Two oud number. 13. thuni'ii South. along of State. of New Y..ik;Lone Benjamin Inland H.
months. ; 'h''' Went line of Temple Avenue or Hrown
aulneppe .
Cuvaffnaro Jam
*
WITNESS thd Honorable A. Z. lute Hoad ,
Number 13: 152: feet to J. Kennedy Hannah Hlalla
-.QAD- Adklns, Judge as also U.Y.. Alderman point of heirlutilnif.I thn mime belnc i P Campbell and wife Ida O.Edward Camp
t dork and the .eal of this in the Southern*! quarter of Nortliw bell, Pink hum. Henry Fri.dman. "
2 tya-j-sa h.Y court at Starke, Bradford ununty "'Mt qua'ter and: thn Houthweiit C"vJ'ii,, E. Wilson[I .I and wife
Florida. this the lath day of Jan- 'm tiartvr' of tho Northwest quarter of Mildred V. Wllxon. Robert, Bachrnrh. '
Wynne Ferguson .-" uary. A. D. 19X8.Q. xi'olloii Twelity-elirht (28). Town Neal Farnham and wife Ball
c. MP.A,. \ t W AT.DERMAN: ship "Six (6), South HniiNtn Twentytwo Farnham. U Mannlngr., Trutee. C.

'I I Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE %-. MR.\_':.''iO U.lj A. S. CREWS Clerk, Circuit Court. more(or 22)loss.Rant, contulnliiK on> ncro whom. the are..:unknown I'I'I; ;. of earth and: 'that ana ;all there of*-

Attorney for Compalnnnt. OIIRBTINO You and each of you '. no pemon In the State of Florida
IIOIC JI l-j1-tOt-B.80 are hereby ntitlrlod that you hav he Hervloo of subpoena, upon, whom
92b) b een made defendant* to; a Null I would. bind the ald defendant
,
or
:\O'flt't] l hrouirht by A. K. Cnrantsa* and Itlll either of them and that each" oC

ARTICLE No. 16 I i tt'ri who alleiro In their: aid defendant are biillnved to b.. .,
iiIr In he Circuit Court, Zfilh Judicial worn of complnlnt now on file over the ace of twenty-one yeai of
..
Circuit. Unitfoul! County In said CIIIIMO, that they are the own ave, nnd that affiant: made dlliirent "
State of '
Ircjpondent has just submitted Some players might bid two diamonds Florida. In Chanoer) )'. er of the fee simple title thereto,, i."..r.'h and Inquiry to ascertain the i

I interring hand for analysIs.rinclples with this hand but it would be a 0 ". 1':. lluybon, II free dealer and:: : .Prays for a Trcl..h. rcmovlnit residence of each of said defendant
very eloiidti
,
iiiiletlnur I it whosu
involved are eo In. bad bid. Y has no justifiable bid of his Complainant. forever ,rleiirliiH and residence IH unknown to affi
vs. : and confirming the ant and wan unable to ascertain
c that they are worthy of close own and no stopper( in clubs so must Robert G. ('01.., et *1.. tit I I In to mild Iii tide to complainants, same. the f
pass the two club bid. /IVfondnntB. n nil dvrreuliiK: I;: that the complainant* It In. therefore. oider that mild I
hat* and holiix a .arood and n'in-rolsdeuit dafunilnnt \ "
Order for sufficient *
rr l<*v try 1'.hll..II" anove named .
Hand If B :
Example passes. Z with the holding; indicated .- I'he. State of Florida to Hubert O. foe simple' tjllo ahHolute In and to and each. of t thum he and are k. .,
in the example hand should! double' Coin, leo 10:. Puce, Annie I'. Clark Haiti lmcmiui,,. 'muni i Illtiir I and ilnelarlnir I i liereliy r..full..1 to appear to the bill I I'
two clubs. ami JamcH I'. void' any and all claim*, rlirht. title I s if 1 In above
Y I Such a double is informatory ChirkV.. W. Moore : nt : 'r'I: ; alyl31 ;
1 (i interest of :
and tells his AHhnl llatrhkU. Mm Hohorta 0. any cud all other. per- caiiKe or ) 6th day p
A D I partner that he has a much MOIIH, firm ant corporation of Fubruarv, A. D.
: :; : I New!>ohl, J. W. ailaaon and A.II.. thaieln. 11128 at the Court
: Z : stronger hand than indicated by his .. Townemt. Harry 13. Clark 11' IS TlllflllKFOHK! ORDtnRKD I House In the City of Starko. Brad

--- original diamond bid and that he !i" .. I 'I thur, AiiicuNtn A. I.evett and husband that you. the nld dofendant named ford .Lr..atlo..M Florida other-. .l'
Al It'"nd.'r or not named, known or unknown wine the of thu said bill :
prepared for a bid of two hearts L.ovntt I* !1Lilt tin.l If
Irt9K, J. 8,6 or two InmcN ''Iltfoi..t Clark. Mmlly It. Ar- ahHenl. conconle-d non-roHldei or of complaint. will bo taken a* confeanotl -
bs.-6.5 spades by his partner, provided the I Ivlnir.. und If they or any of them ::I.hvrvIso I di> appear' to tho bill of by the saul defendant, or f'
tmonds A. KJ:: 5 l tatter has a four or more card holding are d<*ad, their helm ilevlaeen, eomplulnt no exhibited against. yuU I each of them who fall to appear at '
4 i in either suit.: Y's bid with the ..: Htruntoi'B or other claimant I on l' or before !Mondnv the .nth day I ulit time I and place. the mime belniri i '
desK., J, foregoing : hrb r"'h.ul".Y. A. I>. lUll) cult to fo redo : S
hand : thriiiiKh, <,'ir und<>r them,, or of beforn I lie no a miirtifaice ami .
hr first! Rame. What should Z asbid .. in answer to Z's informatory tin-in. and In fin'h and every party I i'hi'': nil\: I Court: : of l'rgitferi CoiitiU. uncel 1 Instrument gi von subsequent: : .'
with the foregoing hand? double of two clubs is two hearts At ,ind paitloH I pel'KOU. firm I ami corxiiiitli l' l.niile. to uiiHwer to the said I bill ofiiniplalnt :o thu maklnft i Cahn'n: iccorillnur t of H.III' '.1
or one this bid, Y-Z just losing .qt. ,) I I ,>n hnvinir or clalmlnw. I any I Ini1'.Ht :: HO exhibited,I mm mortKaKc., .$ a lit; itjver
he bid one no-trump and go Itam. t In the fnllowlntr deHcrllu-d fallhin, evhit'h. a .lU-rree 0 rn''i; ;::: I be lids therein d" '.1'11o'1 I In I the .
hand i la a close one only one heart two club tricks. On ulll I I I be entered t', ii's of
i j>This very laiil... ..It lying and belnir In the ajruhiHt! i you. luuuil Kradfonl and Clay, la '
the opinion of the writer the the other hand if Z had bid one no- ',"wn, of IIILt"'k e. County of liraclfonl. The 111'II.If"r.1 County Teleitrnph, the ISlet of Florida. .

IOnd bid H much sounder than trump in the example hand, A would State of Florida and particularly IHI rioildn' hi!:I shod, :I is.In I herebv Htarke:\ I llrudford county i It be IN further published ordured that this oriler ,
IelKiiHted once a week fur
ll'Mi'lltlfll follow an I I he
HI to-wit I
trump The reasons for this not have bid his club suit. Having the inu ( I ) nnd Thri" (3) In lllock: luttm..v- ml,''%' 'SlimS, tier I hi which thin I notice( nnd Four conxnulWi' week. In the Llrailf'trd -
C obvious. If A has a big club opening against the no-trump there was i-n ((1), UH per pint or map of*the older' Khali I I be |>ubllnhed I I once a m-tuck i'ounty TeleMrraph. a weekly
I Z bids one no-trump.. A will no necessity for the bid and Y-Z thus ,'.'"""n of stnrke Florida. fur, four roiiHpeutIve I uuck*. m...w..r..r. l'IIIIIIMh"d In Nturl<...
lilt t' WITNE8M: my hand n* clerk' and L County Htate, of Florlil.i..
other would have had TI-tI I:; ) ::
t open clubs. On the hand no chance to play the Vou and ouch of I lie "nnl) of the abovn named (,court Hone and ordered thin 17th day 4
U one diamond' A. with a big hand at hearts i- 'onimaudcd. to be and you npnear are hereby before lilH the 4th day of January. A. D. I of liacember, A, D. 1127.(

'it, will bid two clubs and thus This preference for the four-card suit tr .. p the Circuit I Court of I Hradford Cou a. tjt. O.V.. ALDERMAN: (tllIJ.\f.) Clerk II., W. Circuit ALDERMAN Court.
danger to the no-trump. If A to the no-trump bid is being followed ty. Florida on the llth tiny of Feb- I IV.NKIHT& KNUIHT'
ic roar)', I'Urt! to nnnwer a bill of Clerk Circuit Court. starke. Flo.
,ass one diamond it is up to Y generally by the best players. so the $ 1 exhibited ntfiUnefc you In complaint thIs- I S10A1.) Tirndford County, Florida. Solicitor\ for Complainant

r the one diamond bid if his l foregoing analysis should be carefully Court by M. H. Hllyhon. a frne, denieri tt. A. H Cit l's.uiieltor 1-0-Ot-i-l I

stifles it. For example, if Z bids ',noted. Such bids have been variously '. I I Ii'i which the relief "sought walnut for Complnlnant

mond A and V hat: the termed Bids". 'Intro- ,' in IK to uulet title In the ttulil H. ________________________ _. I. -6t..3:! :\i'I'l'il'
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passes "Approaching or i-i. lluvbiin, In antI to th. In mix ai>ovnBI -- I
g hand: ductory Bids." Either term is descriptive 'I',' 'rlb..d., nutl I In .U>fiiult of nucli I ai>- M IS'1'1':11'1"1 In Circuit Court Twenlv-SUth Jvl.illclal .

.arts-. 4,2 and indicates the purpose of the PHIII'1111411, the Hiiltl bill I I I of complaint I u Circuit. liradford: County. j

,bsA, Q, to. 9 bid; that is, to approach or arrive at will% nnd be tuknn i-nrh of IIH you.oonfpHiiHd UtfuliiMtvou and N'otlce by virtue I Is 'hereby given that under Florida i hi Chancery. 4.
of t that Ruby 'Wulluo.
9 o 4 the best bid of twenty-six cards rather It IK fiirlhpr ordered hat certain final
imonds Jrr thin cirbe ii''' -rm-u or roi'eciusure I made and Complainant
9 than of thirteen. ,!I..r mibliHh.,d In the Itriiilfnrd .I II J. renlered -
ides- Q, 10, on nil. ry Znd A. l>. I PlN: vsWarren
County TelcBrrnph a Hewn paperpulillKlioil I l lloiinrabln A. \'. LnngT/ Wallace.Defendant..
Z's bid of As a test of ot the principles bvhi Judge of
Id bid one no-trump. some III Mlnikn, llrndfnrd Coun ( lOluhth Judicial Circuit .
mond should indicate that he just discussed. think over what you ty, Florida, once, fucli w..i-k fur tourw..kll. l Ida, iictlng for and, 1 on behalf of of Flnr-I llonrablo It appeal'Ing by affidavit attached

Od diamond suit and that Y-Z would do in the following hands: an analysis Fuliruuiy.. prior 1I2H.WltnvN to. the said llth day of A. Z. .Adklns Judge nf the to the bill: :In:: the above cause, that
.AL FJR.IED.MAm :.i'illh i Judicial I I Circuit i I llrudfoul the residence of Warren Wallace
I.
tncrship hold stoppers in threeor of which will be given in the next the Honorable A. Z. AdkliiH. -,
ciiunty. Florida. who Is disqualified I I unknown to complainant;; That there
that reason a bid of one no- article: .1 mitre of Walil Court and tha I to act. In that certain ciiusn where i Is no person In 1 h. "State, of Florida, ,

,,y Y with the foregoing hand is Problem No. 17 seal'If January.of thin court A. I> this 1028 the 12th day I in liindford County Hunk, a cormtraUon known to .atTlunt service of processupon .
T u Is complnlnnnt and Julian, whnm'uu"l bind the said dofeimuisnt
bid. .
4 O.V. AL.DRrWAN, L. Peek Cliiro .
L 1'eelc In this suit.
his
,id of one club or one diamond Hearts 10,8.6,2 5= .-.....:L : a'=r= j =t=J=J.= I (SRAT.) Tlrlllror"Clerk Circuit Court, M', K. Kdwnrds! : are defendants: wife i ,, and I he IT IS THKKKPtmn' ORDEREn
doesn't invite take-out by Clubs Q 10.9.4 County, Florida. undersigned, that the said Warren .
lor a J. I.. as SpeclHl I MnHter, will I Wallace do ap m
unless his hand justifies it. Such Diamonds8.7.2 -tf .. 5USallj h t'N saw mAtIiI"'r;: llawm, t wal blsg Solicitor FUAZKH.for Complainant. sell I I for, cash, to thn highest ami best pear: tu t Pie bill! of complaint: In his
Mil, In front of the Court House I cause, at Stuikn, Florida, on or lucu- J .
I dealer is informatory only and SpadesJ.8I l-13-5t-2-10: 'door! In t Bradford foro Monday. February 6th. A. IK
HIT must u.e his judgment as to IA1 Friedman Musical Di- blned dancing master and orchestra -' ,'lorldii, on I'I'I;I n V Febuarv, ; County 6th 4 A., 1938, nthciwlse the i allngatlons;, uf
c-oiit Such a take-out always isI Y : director out of him lie took'' NOTlfll SCHOOL rotMOI.IIIT10N I H 1"2" during I the legal I hours of I said bill will be taken us confvHSod S
rector Introduced Fox ICMOCT14INly : ; I" I", for the purpose of satisfying I I by the said defendant.
I and never obligatory; other- AD a band the road entered at
on
t : said' Final Decree, the following i i di. .- It Is. further ordered that this no
>id under such conditions never t zProblem ; Trot to Country in 1913 town, and announced that ho was ? mils. lying and being In I tIre be published once a week for
Information tIme powers vested In them the u I Iliudford. nnil four consecutive weeks In
iveCorrect to part. there to' teach the fox-trot. I rioiud of 1'ubllo Instruction. Clay counties. !' loridn Bradford
of ilrat.told '
TOWIT.SCIIIOIHILW. ( .
County
d I mfoimation is the goal of all Supplying: his own music and / County, Florida. hereby culls an : nl F PROl'ERTY: IN Si,in'lie. Florida.'Telegraph published at

I lidding., It is only when partners No. 18 New York City-Years apro: I teaching the dance himself the \? election to be held In the school l IlltADFIIltD COUNTY, FLOI1IDA.' WITNESS: : the hand of O. 'V. Alderman -

ting the best bid of twentysixither Hearts 10 when the waltz was at the height New York director soon had the 'I holmes In Vanderbllt. I llellbronn ttml Luts One, Two, Threu, Four, Flvo, I Clerk, and -' 1 of thiscomt
I "ltld'.y"
RIsliiHT special tax school : :
districts
than of thirteen, that they ,of its popularity some one wrote whole Dane to determine whether ,,I Six"I.:1"I: : :\; Klght.' and Two frac this he uf January.
Clubs J. 10, 2 'ft country fox-trotting. or not theyshall t .' the West side of :I Ilia .\. 1>. 1 28.
.lining the best results. Diamonds K, Q 4, 3 song called, "I'm Looking: for ing* teachers joined his classes consolidate, to elect. three, trustees iiliovu ilescrlbeil lots' all the' above, O. ALDERMAN
.' is another type or hand that Spades Q 10.9.6.4- I(the Man Who Wrote 'The Merry and young* Friedman left a stringof and assess the mlUnico fur said L i l living i In, lllock;:: : "II", according: to (SEAL' Clerk Circuit Court.

Jttrt the value of bidding one dia. 'Widow Waltz'." Today folks are fox-trot disciples behind him ,consolidated'. I .. district I I It It should beunHolidiited. I map or Jrll11r Jones! addition'' tu the I A. H. CHEWS.
/ Town : Solicitor
Florida for '
Complainant.
Buith Z's hand rather than one looking for and wondering aboutthe b For the of us the

Jiip.' Suppose Z bids one diamond.two : Y t man who, first introduced the as"While he moved the from fox-trot town to town. ) In puipose Ilellhronn district holding, N.saiditlectlon I ). m of a nrm:: ::' .rM Ciui I In ri tha I y.current Florida.: \ records Also I _ _ _ _ 1.8lIt..aNO'I'U'1 _:_

I clubs. and V :Js the fol- : AU i fox-trot. The fox-trot like a'pood changed little." explains Mr.hasp' Orcen demons, Drew Reddish. and W. C. l mi undivided ..n..- lIlf Interest In a are appointed
I Z : mutiawars. and to I I ho following I
descilbed lots _
I hand: book thnt finds a place in the Friedman "it is fundamentally' For the purpose of hnldlnir said L and' blocks localed I in

tarts- Q. 10, 9. 4 '''literary world occupies a permanent the same as when I started tcach-i oluctlnn In HIsliiMT district I I H. M Mc- ,, to I he Town: : of ak.k'l:: Florida nddlin ::'I-, In the Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth
limo), II. II .Uewls. and W. 'I' I Judicial (
If deal* tone niche of fame in the dance Crosby u In the Northwest circuit Itrmlroril County
rubber Z quarter of Nnrth'I'rl..r
Bubs-9, 4. 3, 2 No score game. ing. Young* people still like to are appointed. managers. west of State of Florida. In Chancery.
'amonds9,6adcs club and A passed what should! Y world. The man who first introduced dance to sentimental tunes and'' For the purpose" of holillnur said $ Hnctlotv Twentyfight Jeorga lleber Weller
((2 )
Tnwnshlp l
Six ((0)(
hands? the back in 1913 election In "..,,,I'rhllt. I.. I.. ; Muulli :: :!
A, Q, 10 do with the foregoing fox-trotr the song* which they can make; KIrby d'lwws and Ham Whitehead Conner nrapiiolnted .I I[unite Twenty-two (22) East '1'U.wn' vs.The Complainant,
A1 ght Broad. :
on personal is still the which ;
Answer to P oblem< No. 16 and 47th Street in the hub song ; manaHrers. Lots One to Thirteen Inclusive' nf Florida Land and Immigration
way ask You See! Hald election to be held
they for most. 'If Saturday. niock 29; And all of lilunks ill 31 32 1 Company, n ro""orUlion. et al,
Hearts. T, 6, SK.8.5,2 of theatrical activity. Sally which is so popular just "..b. 11th, 1928. I,. AV. KICKMTEIt and 33, ..,i.i lots :2 a 4 B 17 8 9 10 Order for Defendants. I
The of how the fox-trot I the that would/ 13 13 and' 14 of block l 34 : and lots S HerIce lir I'nhlleatlon I.
Clubs- story now istjust song 1C. Fl. Wlnm.NH '
,
Chairman I 7 and 1 1(1(, of lllock 3ft, ami lot ,, 7811and 1 A Suit ( ) llemove ( louda. and -
Diamonds. -A.7.JQ.I0.6 swept the countrr.is the story of have been popular ten years ago.} Seo. and Co. Supt. 1-13-61-2-10) m West half of lot 1 10 nf lllock SH. liet lite.

Spades -,> i ikK. Al Friedman's ability to recognize It tells the old story of the bOY HCHIOIHILH I I IL.' PROPERTY" 'IN I The above entitled. causa, came on

8, 7.3. 2QJ.tO,9 Hearts-tO. 9 a good dance step and his originality : who leaves his girl beblndwhen he,J I'IIUU..I"t! \LN CLAY COUNTY, 1"1.01110.t.ot"I plication I this day of to the be heard complainant upon the for ap- CfOJ
I l.'lve, Six and Haven an
: Y : Clubs 7,4 and perseverance in promoting !;. goes to the city-and his wonder. -- known as. Cook place. In of"' ...Klngslxy'lIon Hlxleen -, ,older: of I II 3'L"fI'itl1 the de bile.

nds-I J. 4 : A B : Diamonds- K, Q 10, 6 his find. ing if she still cares the same. It's) Hereby l by virtue l notice of Is that given certain that underand t ( Id ). Township Mix (41), !South! I fendant, The '. nI Immigration

-9,8 : Z : Spades -J, S, 4, 3, 2 Al Friedman first saw the step the old 1 story in just a different of exiiuutlon Issued out of and writ under I Rungs i Twenty-three V East and :upon( I (lbs Company ml ,urn, a nf corporation the Sheriff; anu. '

in an uptown New York dance I way. Many orchestra leaders de. the luind and seal of tha judire !Master' D. )1.In KNiIIPII'i4p.'eInL of I Bindford County, Florida that the

Hearts AQ.4 hall and was struck by its sim clare that the public likes hot, of the County Judll'..'. Court In and I .\. H. CREWS! Chancery writ. of summons In chancery hereto

Clubs A. 6, .39 plicity. It had an air of sophie music and hot dancing but I know/ for the 5th llnuiroril'day of County January,Florida A. H., ,I92f.:on Solicitor for Complainant. cannot r. ,'" Issued. .lie served in i.ald for cause the reason Is not that and

Diamonds 8, S. 2A. tication, and yet was simple and I better. The New York public on that cttitaln judgement, 'In favor 1flRt23MINMIICN the officers and agents of said The a

Spades -- 1'. 'I catchy enough; to be easily may but the great Interior wants, of linker. & Holmes Company a Florida I. tnd ansi Immigration Com*
in'' puiatlnn and against Floyd enthusiasm sentiment
learned. Friedman's in their dances and :: 3YIt ;
dnfundant. liearlnir date Cull
: so to
B win appears, the I Court anil
Ire, rubber game. Z dealt. bid one the trey of diamonds forcing to _for the new dance made a corn their music." _/ Nov. A, 1>. 1927. and recorduil In the' Hereby. notice I I. Klvon hat under .the Court su deciding It Is theie- t lt
best discard is the _
imp and all passed. A opened the with the queen. A's Clerks oMIce In Public Records of and by virtue of that certain Final P upon ;
H hearts V played the five B the low heart. B's best play now is a spade IJradford County Florida and In ftc- "iJacree of recloure on...... bv the OKDERED: That the defendant.
pnd Z won the trick with theZ which Z should win with the king in !his .............w.......... OIIDUH FOIl I'l Ill.lf.VIIOV I'oiilanrn with said Judgement I Jiidve of the Twenty-Hlxth Jiidlclnl !I The Florida Land. and Immigration
have levied upon and will sell to I cireiilt. In and for- lirndford. Company, a ba and It Is
now led the trey of clubs, A own hand. Next Z shul.lead! the<<; nine : I I In Circuit Court. Twenty-Sixth JuZ'dlclal the hitches and best bidder. for cash.m "Florida on the 2nd liiy of County..lauiinry hereby "orroratlon. .. In hueILhOVIi

J the nine, V the deuce and Btir. of diamonds.. A can discard the nine of 2 PINE CASTLE Circuit, I llrn A now led the queen of clubs spades and V the jack of hearts. B Miss Clemmle Hall. Ce.. !Btuto of Florida. In L'hanuory. the legal hours of sale thereon. In' and 'mgal list Victor J. I llumbrneht I Ith day of A. y"jn 1928 5 are.
IZ win the trick with the king of diamonds Dora FarbrtdK" 'f"nt..c tha Month Door of the Court and AicneV. 'llumbr eht his wife, the same I.I the arle ; February
won with the ace in his own must > f 1 Hradford County In Htarke', 1928 ''HI there de
II I low should he play the hand to and must lead back a spade, ........................ ComplainantVH. Florida: : the following: described Hpeclul defendant.Maoter The will underHlnrned offer for, Hale all fend thu ..UI In..llll..d against It J of

against defense? which V should win with the queen. A I John KarhrUlire, lands lyIng and helnMT In llradforiiCounty In front of the Court; llouae Inlarke. by door if e .. .1...., being a
any Pine Castle, Feb. 3.--Mr. A. C., m Florida to-wlt suit for the
discard the eight of hearts. femlnnt. : Florida diirlnpr the logic quieting title and toremove
Jlan) of his han4', + force should!
in
play .
3 and and clouds
Hall It appearing hy affidavit npp'nded Lots 12 a strip 9 feet hour of *ale on Mundiiy Feb. Itch, from the title of thecomilmminmmnt
{discard and this r be and his son.. Oscar Hall ofWaldo to the bill filed In the abnve-Htatecl wide off tb" !Himth; Hide of Lot 4. all 11128 to the highest and bent bidder In and to the follow-

lished only by leac' ds.: Yshould now lead his last lpade,Z win were attending to business cause that John Parbrldgo. the d''a- In lllock 14 In Livingston. Truhy for, cacti the following decrtbffd hug destrlbed lands situate I Ilrad
fkfour therefore. ;ad ning the trick in his own hand with the 'fendant therein named In. a nol 1. and Conpanv' addition to the townof I property lying and timing In IJrad- ford County, Florida, IIn
,
discard In Starke Wednesday.. resident of the Htat of Florida and "Htarke Florida. rord County, Florida to.wit: Lots Seven (7 and ': (8).
ficeof diamonds and i\ what ace. A is now forced to either a he l I. a renldent of 19 Vernon Ave. HII Id sale shall! bo made under and The Southwest quarter. of the Block """; I.' Ten ((10), Eleven tilici
vamond A plays. A's best play i is club or the king of hearts. If the former 'Mrs. H. S. Wilson of New River,, nue, City of PlttuhurKh PennHylvanla. by virtue of said. execution and for Northeast iiinrtrr of Section 4, (fn. Twelve IS), Thlrteeen (13)
lirof diamonds. V the seven, V's clubs are good; if the latter. Z's and IM over the age of twentyone the purpose of satisfying nld Judge- Townxhlp 7. Mouth, Ritntre 22 Paul< Fourteen ( t 4) Block "C"; all I of
plays was visiting Mrs. A. C. Hall ment and cost. Blocks H. ; F. K, and I.
of the It In therefore uontalnlnc 40 acres or 'I..M.
clubs are years: ordered more
lluws B four of hearts and Y's king Rising's l.JJ'u ;
to win the trick with the W. BPpBMOWi In the
that J.
{ said non-reiildent defendant P be U FRAZKBMpeclal : uI"IJ./to :
i's best play is the ten of heartsZ good. In either case, therefore Y-Z win first of last week. and In hereby required to appear to Sheriff of Prndford County, Florida Mauler. of Hlarke_ thuruof;

[ must win with the ace. Z shouldBad all the tricks. It is a pretty little problemin Mr. Potts and his son, were visitors the bill of complaint filed in Maid Attorney!I'J. M. JOIINH for plaintiff, 1-6-61-2-3 VS. M.' JOHNS of Also Southeast .( 1.lrl..r. ( NW\>
should be carefully cause on before | Solicitor for Complainant
the five of diamonds and play forcing discards so or Monday the 6th .. .
of Mr. day of March. A. D. .aOUUat lolthw..t Quarter (HW ) nr Sta
deo. Sheffield Sunday, 1)2X otherwisethe ____ 1.8.lIt '!:.
f m V's hand. Y should now lead. noted. : alleicatlnna of said bill will I hei oni>iu of oKitvifij] iiv rvui.t.CATION I. (21)) Township Six

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall and aoi ,. I'.taken. an confessed by said defendnt. : FOil PI'IILICTIOV ), ;Mouth and Range Tweny-two ((23) $fl'Piest

Qultman of Waldo were visiting; Also part of the Northwest Quar*
l III
It further
I ordered that thin ni r. To Julian Handefur (Greeting, : In Circuit Court :26th JudlHnl Circuit tor (NWof Section 45I

11 1 Still Undecided On his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. i|der four be consecutive published weeks oiire In a the week flra.lford for,I. Your are hereby commanded to he of Florida' In and for Jiradford eight (2$), Township Six (It 1'w.nty.) South

Hall Sunday. I and appear before the Circuit Court : 'ror'hn..r-.h' Range: (23) East, described
County Telegraph, a
newttpa- of, Mruclford County, Mtate of Florida Incorporated acorporation as follows Beginning at
!Master
Clyde and Wilbert Hall I .State.per published In said County and In Chancery at the Court Houae. :! and I. If Partridge, the Northwest Corner. of the

/taking Congressional Race were visiting their sister Mrs. E.L This January 2Rlh. J<>2a *. nt Htarke, Florida on the 6th day nf domplalnantL Southwest Quarter (HW'/,) of Northwest -
February I92H. then and there to v* '
,. Quarter (
Young-blood, of Graham Sun w.. A .r Kn AN NItu''r"dru
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Clerk Circuit annwi to a bill of complaint for A. M. Kay and Mary I. Ray et ala., thence East Five Eight
Court.
Alimony and Divorce thou against Defendant. (
SON ) feet: thence South Two Hun.hred
day.Mr. Uy C. A. KNIOIIT. you hy Mildred C. 8nnd fur. Fo..lo.u.e of M..rt.aic* and Other Feet, (hence West
JHo Yet HAM Serious Int<'- Oeo. Carpenter of Starke, (SKAT.) lieputy Clerk It l I. further ordered that thin notice It.11.1 Five \ :. ,!, srtss .
..................+....+ K. M. JOHNS "ir.rN7 feet ta
[".4 or Entering Contest was visiting: Mr, A. C. Hall Sunday Solicitor( for Complainant. I tie published In the Ilradford IN TMD NAME/ OF THE STATE OF this ; thence North Two to
County Telegraph a weekly newepa- FLORIDA. ( Eighty: (280) feet to the
1 Kepresent Second IJs- : BROOKER : evening.Mr. 2..3-lIt-3-3..- per published In Htarke, Florida, for It having been. made to appear hy place of beginning a. above de

Irlrt at "'_hlng. Miss Lois Gainer. Ce.. Harry Gillette of Hampton', | NOTICK four weeks, prior to said date be- affidavit filed In the above .*tyl'''d I .rrlh"l. nnd set forth : and
ginning with the 6th day of January cnue that the llowlnir defendant. IT IS That
ton. was visiting: Mr. Geo..:Sheffield; one 192$. named In the Tilll; of complaint In I this IIJITll1 ortJ.ItPD. '
...................,...II I day last week. In Circuit Court, Twenty-nlxth Hone and ordered at fltnrke, Tlrad- nald ,'IL!>M. are each non-renldent of week, for four consecutive weeks.esch. )t

Mr. Jucllr-lal Circuit. Uradford County, ford County Florida, this 6th day of the ISlato' | of Florida, to-wlt: Nleu- In a newspaper published In Bradford .
A. O. Hall of
plte Waldo
current rumors to they Brooker, Fen. 3.-Mr. II. P. was attending Florida.liradford" January. 1928 port II. Ete, also' known a* N. II. County. Florida. .
to business at Mr. O. W. AI-PERMAN I'JHte. and wife Lottla M. <
I Roger County Bank F.t."l DONE) AND ORDERED. AT CHAMBERS. -
still have serious inten- Gainey, Claude Crosby, O. W. Ha. last week. a corporation (Real) Clerk of "Bald Court rarh reside In Asheville In State of e : In Stnrkn. Florida this the 4
r becoming I and visitorsto one day PlaintiffVI I .ut.St-2-3. North Carolina: M. O. Hlackwell and!I 27th day of December. 192?.
a candidate to zen Ralph Hazen were S wife Beulah I. Illaekwell. each renM A. Z. ADKINS. $

oj for this district" Dr. J. Starke Saturday. Green Cove Springs-Organization Lyman O. Feet. Charles Tt. deleter NOTICD i *. nt 14'''',.. Mountnln' of Hint of t.<.IU-.3 _.InI,. ,
and J. H. Lrftwrence.
Dell, state senator for Ala- Mrs. Alva Thomas, who has been I of JackHonvllle-Ocala Highway I- Defendant. In Circuit' Court. Twenty-Sixth
"<1 Ollchrlst counties dean Association for early development u- TO r/TMAN (t. J'KET ('HARI.F.R Judicial Circuit Bradford County
in spending a few weeks here with I I B. OEIHLEK. J. 11. r.AWKK.NfR: Flr. .
of new state road through Florida. In Chancery.A. :

'Inesvllle\ Interview Wednesday.sent out her mother, Mrs. O. W. Thomas Clay county perfected. TERESTED ANn AI.I. :OTHER. PKHHON.S IN K. Carantia ComplalnantH.and Hill Carantzan, YES We/ can charge your thaouixL

'the proper time. If I be- has returned home. Lake Butler-Contract let for You and each of you are herebynotified VII.Jamea 8 HRS
that the above styled cult Pickle, et *1..
andldate, I will advIse the Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughters, construction of waterworks and wae Inetltuted In the above style Defendant STORAGE BATTERY In .

"f this district concerning Florence and Stella Mae Mrs. I.W. sanitary sewerage here.Starkel3uildlng court on the 25th day of January A. Malt to (|nl'' Title. ....
I.). and that
1923 on day a Writ of NOTICE TO IUKKKNIIANTM AND
I'-lfca' which I will advocate Pinholster. were visitors to, at .corner of attachment wa. duly lenued therein ORDEK. sSmith's

'k' for, shouldd I be elect- Woodlawn Thursday night. Call and Walnut street being converted and levied bv the sheriff of Bradford To James Pickle, Charles.. P.
county, Florida. on the 25th day Mlfh'l, Mary J. Mltchrll. Edwin'
r. Dell said. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks were u I Into 2 storerooms. of January A. P. 1928 upon the foP II. Htapleg, Luther D Fuller Starke'

ave received assurances visitors to Starke Thursday. Southern Bell Telephone Company lowing dencrlbed real estate I In and Emma VS. Fuller hi.* wife; Garage |
Ilradford county! ?'o. TO.WITs Mary D. ItUlnir and Oran M.Klitlnv !
IZPfl5 In D. t Jones from Indian- to spend about 12,023,000
every county In the Mr. PHOPERTV OF CHAllLE II. her* husband: JacobJohna a

who have proffered their town. is spending a few days herewith for new construction work in and: Mary C. A. John" his wife; Har-
The South half of Houthwest '1uar.W ah C. Drown and M. W. Brown her
Regardless of my decl- family. Florida. of Northeast quarter: except the hunband Mary C. Brown and Hebron
; -
Ir, Dell continued, "I wish Wright's Show was here last Bank deposits and savings accounts ... Five a acres; The West half of, Hrown her huiband; N. J. Jones, : -: : .
.
Northeast quarter of Houtheantquarter
Mlllarit Brown and Ida Brown his
lid my sincere thanks to Thursday, Friday and Saturday.The ., in Florida increased con and the Northwest quarter Wife; Allre* John. N. D. Ilairnman,

ho have expressed trlendI" people had a very nice time. siderably since 1921. of Southeast quarter all hl'el'1'IJ I In Jennie llatcaman, August: WrIght
;
Section: Two (2), ,; ;. It .
C'ompany a corporation If either of
confidence In' me. I as- Mrs. P. A. Crosby was confined. Melbourne-Bridge across Turkey (5). South Kan IT. Twenty two (12) the above are lIvIng or In exlutanco, J. R. DAVIS & CO.

jm that Jf I run and ammy to her bed last week on account of Creek south of this city nearly Ea.t. and If dead or not m exlM ,ance. thento
PROPERTY OF LYMAN O. PEET hi*, her their or Its helm, leira*
utmost endeavors will a sprained limb. completed. The Northeast quarter of ee.. vrantee devisee ucceorii,
|he good of the district. Misses Louise Crews, Josephine' West Palm Beach-$25.683 con west quarter of Oectlon North-I I {legal repreentatlve or afffllfrn. and
The West half of Northwest to all parsons, firm and corporation -
oy and all times in my Chesser and Messrs. Emery Hazen tract let for construction of new ter 'of Northeast quarter; The Hquthhalf ., whose name, residence or INSURANCEAGENCY

life I have accorded the /and Pitt Baxter. were visitors to auditorium at Central school of Northeast quarter and theMouth..t place of business In. unknown to
quarter of Section! complainant that are Interented. In
pectful hearing to frIends Woodlawn Friday night. Melbourne-Contract awardedfor ty-three (21) ; The West half Tw.nC those certain or parrel'. of I

B alike, and I can only re- Mr. John Pinholster of Jacksonville construction of waterworks: ex: West half of Section Twenty-four land Iylng.n,fl..e. In Rtarke,
here (24; The North half of the North Ilradford county. State of Florida ESTABLISHED 1886
what I said on the is here visiting friends and, tension. half of Northeast quarter of Northeast known and described, a. follow, to-

king my seat In the F'lorS5i&t. relatives. Atlantic Beach-Contracts let quarter of Section Tw.nty..laUG wit: .
). all belnir In Township Elsrht Beirlnnlnir at the Northwest corner -
., 'I have friends to Mr. D. C. Manner was attending for extension: of pier construction (8). South Range T entT.two (22) of Temple Avenue or State road STARKE FLA.

out no enemies to pun- to business b.r. Monday ile is I of two-story" bathheuM. and aswimming Eft.Teu. Nee.V-T IS. a.4 Pratt .et-re.t. aadm I
pool. sad each .f yen are .....fcy< We ..... fc. -Nvrtk .Mit* of I
a thnmntV. required to appear In said cause on Pratt street 234 feet to Lake .tr..., : : 0 -:-


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TelegraphESTABLISHED forth away Is without an equal among M!} hC' ,I
already putting
of them are
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Bradford County 'WJthi'.he m eran ,
new blossoms. Waldo Knter- the prospective candidates. We Announcements ,- Church Services };: cJ.llrh! : 'nt

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It would Deem that if we could we have a right to demand the credentials I hereby announce' myandl.lacy subject "Prayer meet.i,. v, .
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and Entered as Second successin for sheriff of Brandford county '1.
r Published Weekly on Fridays make murder an absolute and complete If actual practical to the action of the voters at I"? METHODIST at 7:30.
Starke Florida and throw administrative public positions. of Jun 6th. If -
Office at prof of insanity noun -
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insane asylums instead Hathaway Impartially .p:
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.ef 'I __________Owner and he has served the public efficient Your support (Enoch Marvin
. \ K. S. Matthews____________ of into prisons or onto 1 the many years applied to one and all. -

,., ',,,1\ _____.________Managing EditorSUBSCRIPTION gallows we could pocket our national in Important capacities and hasa will bowaPPrylatedDWARD3{ Sunday school Sunday morningat Did.you hear i rogl'1t
f C. Robinson____________ debt and forget it within a faultless record. We know that 10:00: o'clock: E. K. Ferryman, last Sunday ,', /

. of Is "big'talk." The others nay or 1 hereby announce myself a ('..n- P. U. at the D.mi.
--- few by the simple process supt.
years the 'Uce' I '
\ RAZE murderer's may not be successful HathawayIs. ; 1\ confiscating from th of sheriff of Bradford county. It' re- Worship Sunday morning ,It k
1 When by our votes we Impose In the pact "Pare know you enjo', u( ,
4 "? friends a sum equivalent -lected I will. all 'I
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance estate or now spent to secure public trust upon the heads of others no pallid In the full discharge earnestly of the..0- sermon by the pastor The congregation come next Sundae '. A
to the average Hoe. I
dutleH of the of will unite In a Union
.
Application alienists and we have no right to take of In thee and you'lll boa rug ugh
Advertising Hates on testimony of expert licit the support tbfcyoters at the Baptist I
,, of high-priced legal chances: when we can have cer "ulntr primary : ,:: Temperance Sermon Ing a program
the services ., W. .1 FPPFHaO church Sunday evening at AU
young pt
Courier. tainty. III'
counsel.-Plant City ue ar
during the Chauta We want Hathaway because we FOR STATR' n\ATOll' : ot 7:30: o'clock. Invited to attenui
time in Keystone -----o-- Klectora:
Spend part of your Forest fires are again raging In want honest administration. We Fifteenth To the Democratic Senatorial District. of Junior League Sunday afternoonat I i Ruthileilbronn rhea;' Pre dt

qua season. 'the state. It Is"the same old story make no charges of dishonesty, Florida. I respectfully nomination In Hollclt June your primary 2:30: o'clock, Mills Fredrlcka NNeeiNHEILBROSN --:
Hupport for N..
o f carelessness with fire Is costing! past, present or prospective. Wheredo all your State Senator for Bald Struth, supt.HiLeague. ...
% that land for a city park be secured now Florida hundreds of thousands ot we have a man who has handled) Dlxtrlct. which embraces; the. counties Sunday afternoon at Si'R110

,, The suggestion dollars every day. There Is no so many critical situations, who of tnlon1iVB1iETT: M JOHNS 3:00 o'clock Mrs. E. M. Rooks, (Sties: 111.11. l"orslth-; .

is a good one. this state's loss has dealt with so many conflictIng .
of computing
way FOR TAX COI.LBCTOH supt.Senior eveningat ..NeN...Nee
0 each spring from destructive forest Interests, who has directed the Having been urged by my friends League Sunday orlnR8,

Florida's next state fair will be held November 22nd to I fires Any direction that you turn expenditure of so many millions ot and I hereby feeling announce that I am myself duly qualified H. candidate 6:4C: o'clock, Miss Harriet Mrs. Mlddllon R.. re' suds Fet,j

the horizon la black with smoke public money and has escaped for Office of County Tax Collector Rltch president. Carl Rosier Wen.
December 1st.Starke and burned fields and forests greet without the smell of the fire ot for Bradford Democratic County Primary Florid Mid-Week Service Wednesday: Tuesday.Mrs. 'ISIUI(

0 the eye on every side. The campaign criticism upon his garments? Who Mubject next June.to the evening at 7:30 o'clock. Viola Re,..tdisb

should be well represented at the Shands bridge of education evidently hasn't! baa accused him of fraud or favoritism W. fi.!! TORODE. IIAl'tlST. of Wateroak wn. vlSHInr and

gone far enough to make much or carelessness, or poor -myself a rand Tuesday afternoon
opening February 29th.. Ocala Star. headway.: dlat I solicit the (Rev. Q. P. Raymond pastor. Joseplnin' <:her<41
V o o ---- there may be available candidates; of Bradford of the County.voter of the County, Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. F. Drooker, Is vlsitinp! IIIII

', Banks and filling stations seem to be preferred by rob- Starke Telegraph has bet a hat who are capable of making know.such But a and support.. If electedi he promise duties the of aald faithful oice Klckllter, supt.Worship and Edna Rosier this ei
do'not
r folks We
Wauchula record.
on Hathaway. We at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.'m. Mrs. U. M. Reddish oIw
? ; hers) in need of ready cash. are willing to bet a car or Carl- we do know Hathaway Is. C. A. KNIGHT. are spending a row dank,

''i 0 ton.-Wauchula Advocate. Better We want Hathaway because we COUNTY: JUDGE' On Sunday evening all churches son, Mr. Drew Reddish

,I Holding beautiful hands all evening can mean either your go easy on your bets. You both want clean politics. Again we do I hereby announce that to I will the office be a ot Starke are uniting In one service bronn.
Insinuation. re-election
w may lose.-Palm Beach Independent. not speak by negation or candidate County for Judge of Hradford County In the Baptist church at 7:30.: Miss, Lois Reddish qt

best girl or a bridge game. A hat against a car Is right Hathaway after years of of, Florida subject to the Democratic 6th. 1928. One offering will be taken for the, week-end with her couiitttj
J otAMistPDle obsolete flivver most Involved political relations Primary to be held June ,
steep odds, unless an support will be appreciated.OKO Law and Order League funds ot Annie and Mary ReddIsh
of job having intended.-Madtsan Enter stands a free man. Who has ever Your A. OAUniNKR,_
:Short of Dade county is short a Is mud at._ him? the town. Miss Dollie ParmeiM
Martin. prise-Recorder. New hat, new thrown political TAX ASSESSOR The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30p. : ( Friday night with her(riot(
been removed by Governor car, or the- bet is off.-Starke Running as he will upon a, platform I hereby. announce to the public Interest Is now beIng Pearl Norman
otllre A
the new
for m.
and personal candidate
; about avhlevement 1 a
t What? Talking of that am
0 will
I 'I Telegraph. himself free of Tax Assessor, subject to the taken In this organization and Mr. Herbert Kelley spa!
'I Tampa is entertaining the people of the state,this week calling the bet off already?-Wau merit,entangling he can keep alliances and enter of, the Prlmarv voter at election the coming to be Democratic heltune all our grown-up young people are I Saturday night with :1rl!
Advocate.R. from office\
Fair. chula: 5, 1928. In asking for this urged to attend. Reddish.
being the South Florida office untrammeled familiar
the event the governor's thoroughly
9iE i o will nay that I am pertaining The Junior Union meets at same Mrs. Drew Reddish and
or political the duties
t pledges with
1 o A. Green Florida's Junior by political thereto, and promise If elected office I hour, under the leadership of Miss ters Mlases Annie and ihr
The Parent-Teachers Association is the meeting groundfor representative speaking on the obligations. will discharge the duties onllt-el\clent of until Laura Newell. Miss Lois Reddish wen
If can.
Investigation the record you In the same per
for an Duplicate
resolution calling that I have of Mr. and Mrs.loktact
manner guests
patrons and teachers. Do you belong? of the sinking of the submarine Others may perform this all but the and collector's courteous dutlen-and will be on PRESBYTERIAN Sunday.
tribute to feat, Ilathaway has job.vh..n. you come to make your
0 S-4. paid a high Impossible the I will appreciate a-

., fastest in the world will attempt to beat Major the efficiency of the army and navy done It. returns It<, andmwill show I my earneatlyaollclt appreciation 10 a. m. Sunday school. Daytona Beach- .Hueit
The cars
we Work.
and offered an amendment to the We want Hathaway because by my 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. industry being established:
Beach aupport.
Seagraves record of 203.79 miles an hour at Daytona resolution empowering the Investigation want better roads and schools. Most your SincerelY E. W. HAYES We will have no night preaching section.

month. commission to adjust and Again Hathaway need not point I to I
this
recommend; the payment of claimsof promises he can point with prideat 1 hereby announce that to the I am office a candidate of
o who lost No better schoolman ( for reelection of Bradford
relatives of the men performance. of taxed
assessor
.t "Crooks will sing in Sunday Concert," says a headline i in their lives in the disaster, When or road man, and proven so.No county county Florida voter subject at the to coming the!
ordering Al down to business ,vital Interests In all our wishes of the solicit your
from town mdr and
the Miami Beach Sun. Queer news a .t comes to getting primary election I
promptly Congressman Green political, social, civil, commercial .. In asking for courteous re-election.efficient
to on. these, and do so on a record of .
Capone move has few equals and no superiors md Industrial lives than and helpful service to the
o Suwan- is their. ,champion at of Bradford county and I er
house of congress.- Hathaway people continue
in the me, I will .
9c Banner the reason so many people are Democrat. their best. The governor's power nhould you favor that same helpful service y ev
Dade City says nee will enable him todo to give you In the past. Very re- I e
o and authority I have given
t/$ complaining of having colds is because whiskey is said to bea After calling the Dunnellon more for these than he hater .ectfuly. N. p W AINWRtOI1T8tPERINTF.IDF.IT

good medicine for a cold. Kerchoo.o Truth PaRAGrapher "old fellow" done before while Imbuing PUDLI0 IN. .rte i0en

being thoroughly rebuked every other administrative department : 8THUCTION
o and
1 error. the same efficiency. as a candidate for
the with announcing
admitted In
baron has been invited therefor, we once of Superintendent
the
notorious beer to
Capone, Chicago's Now that PaRAGrapher, cornea Some other candidate may become reelection of Public Instruction of

to leave Miami Beach. That city is following the example back and Informs us that she la i safe and effective along ,these Hradford county. I faithful promise.perform If ra-- fl 4I
,, the name
J elected
set by Los Angeles and St. Petersburg. very much of the feminine gender \lines. Hathaway Is. anca of the duties of this Interest otllce and Inthe
we
his step Hathaway because an frrat an
watch Werant maintain
has to to
mere man during
A
'r : of the children
o different Pa- who is progressive welfare In thepant
In referring to the' ,? want governor the next four yearn. aa I have:
II Bradford county will have to "come again" with a better RAGraphers of the state these and aggressive, an upstanding I hereby .. licit WtdCilNH you vote.
H.
has "ziffed" Ziff ladies seem to be usurping champion ot all that Is best tobigger J
than Ziff. Corkscrew Collier county, days. The
name time and better Florida; because cincriT COURT
columns ,as ci.Kntc
the
off the map.-Times-Union. As ziff we cared. more of who Is I hereby announce to the voters of
on.-Gainesville Sun. Keep we want a governor Bradford County that I am a candidate
o It goes quiet. Bill and -we'll tip you off. cultured and polished and capable for the office of Clerk grateful of Circuit to

Brisbane "lie who steals a suit of clothes goes to, You will count your time well of' holding his own and 'reflecting Court.everyone 1 for shall their be support very and vote
says thousand his state In any company election to be held on .
a credit upon at the primary
even
a jail. Who steals a hundred' million, goes to Europe." A fel spent miles to to get drive a look at this particular because we. want; as .,chief served Tuenday the June County 6th.In 1928.this capacity Having

low can't expect to go abroad on one suit, Mr. Brisbane. "old fellow."-Bradford county executive: a man of clean life and already' everyone Is familiar will with be my allthe ,> I
Telegraph. We ,think that the chivalrous spirit who can,stand a1'exponent work more and ; ':appreciated; : by me. Ipromise "..,,-'

A' IN 4' eating eckled the Starke Tele, editor of Telegraph 4a wrong of the standards continued ALDERMANFOR faithful service.
When it comes perch, remember exactly when of Southern 'manhood-"-for }{.hese\ O. W.

shortliner he wishes for throat two miles long, and can't more we want PHRHRNTATIVHT. :
t graph says a he could have seen us, But youare reasons and many to the publiC I
announce
with a palate every ten feet.TirnesUnionVrong, Avery; welcome to come, and".visit'ua Hathawayv. that hereby I am a candidate for Represen
any day that you are not busy: We would not; reflect for a moment Live of Bradford otr.tith'.u; ': coming People who wouldn't think of going to a]
said ten inches. character of the
1 we every for your excellent upon the ,life, record to the will Primary election to '
writing copy Democratic
.> 0 / publication. Come on down!-- or personality of 'any other, be I held June Bth 1928. In If soliciting elected but a good, reputable dealer for food, clothi!
admire promise
.
We I
support
r In a speech at Miami Catts told his audience that "I.be Dunnellon Truth. aspirant to this honor true your and faithful service-give me atrial.
compels us record
them. But truth I will try to make my furniture the worst kind
lieve every county should have the privilege of forming its I '.--o- ? that not one of them has such that at the expiration well of done my or patronize
HATHAWAY
to say
WHY to me
will say
own legislation amusements for the tourists." A race track demonstrated by actual public service t thou..rm.good you and faithful servant.I "dumps" when it comes time to buy a tire.

and this candidatefits of four of the I the possession In harmonious earnestly solicit your BARNES.
vote counts as much as a church-going one, Three out every organization
of Floridaare ) proportion and effective --
his speeches to his audience. commltteed' supporting newspapers Fons Hathaway for of all these essentials of the Winter Garden-West Orange 1 They do this thinking it is necessary in orj

o This Is what the Bonlfay -. tdeau executive for our state atthis Garage being remodeled.Key .
governor.
,Bradford. County Telegraph has,a column called "From Advertiser, published In the, time. Hathaway has. Wewant West-Paving Eaton street to get a tire bargain.

it "From Other Type county of Hathaway's birth had tosay Hathaway.WOODLAWN. from Whitehead. to Emma com
Other Pens. lIe should have named
t; of him on Dec. 2nd 1927, before o ..N. pleted. We'll sell the best tire made-a Go{
',r t ', writers." By the way, that's original!Dunnellon Truth. his announcement: .. /N.NN.N.N N N you

Good suggestion, but the old heading is too closely associated The Advertiser Hathaway has been should finale : -- -- year-at a price as low as you can get i*j

the state in the minds of paragraphers to makea tent that Fons 4
with some
pen come out for governor in the com.Ing /N1NN.N...NN.N.. Wm. ILIFFE where.
change now. primary, and with that Inststence Woodlawn Feb. 3.-Messrs. J,

there has been confidence I S. Norman. L. R. Denmark and O. .

411 --- that he would and a firm convlctlon ,- J, Phillips were business visitors( I ,Expert Watch Repair- ,

that he should. We are read: to Jacksonville Thursday.The ,
OTHER PENS to give a reason for the faith tha losing exercises of Hell-
[ FROM bronn and Woodlanw schools were ing
Is In us. __ _u__
n' school
I To be sure, any reason uu uui I given Woodlawn riuaj

t part would seem superfluous evening January 27th. A large
I t I when It is considered that thou number of patrons and pupils! ENGRAVINGJEWELRY i
ur Congressman Green thinks 1 la doughty ever can hope to and
bJ It Marines sands of voices have been raisedin from each school were present ,

high time that the South should I complete. The magnlflclent United the same clarion call from one the entertainment was enjoyed 1 bj .

3, be represented on the presidential States warriors are as much out end of the state to the other. When all. Static!

ticket and suggests the name otOldfleld of place down there fighting say practically every editorial column: Miss Debbie Phillips and Mr I Supreme Service
of has reflected a friendly and Mrs. L. R. Denmark visited
Arkansas tor vice ages in their own Jungles an they; In the state
president.-*-Ocala Star. would be battling black natives lathe attitude and most of them have friends and relatives at Ralfort Hull '

r o Jungles of the Congo. All the come out in open support of his Sunday. Building'I NO. 2 PHONE

t Well we've ridden In the new subtle excuses for our war In Nic candidacy, why should the Advertiser Those from here who attendee ''I

Ford, and all we've got to say I la aragua won't cover the shame of need special reasons for back- the Union of churches at Theresa :
+ that It la a real automobile. It our national policy of the hour. Ing this worthy son of old Holmes'? Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. J Starke, Florida

; "picks up"' right now, rides like I a Lakeland Ledger. But there are reasons good and, S. Norman. Rev. and Mrs. J. T ,
Pullman Mesdames. D. L.. and t O .
has plenty of speed pulls plenty! Barnes. - -
like a steam engine and when I it When er Martin returned And fortunately for the most J. Phillips and Miss Debbie. Phil

i. tops, It stops-In tact, it almost from the Everglades recently he part the reasons which move us are \lips. 'OItl"MlllllilltlllilllltlUUllllIIMIIUIIIW"UjlUlIlIMIIIUII, II1I" iI111WaIIIW. .p4k .ra. -; ,:4.e11 nxW. /aaWWWWWIWWeWwi
squat .--Palmetto News ,. brought to Tallahassee several' shared with innumerable other Mrs. Arthur Crews of Ralforc

-0_ s stalks of eighteen-foot sugar cane boosters In all parts of the state was' visiting relatives here Satur

Bustls Lake Region tells' of I a Just to show the boys up In the red and apply there with no less forceor

twelve-toot tall sugar cane grown hills of Leon how tall the "long pertinence than here In his old day.Prof.. L. A. Plnholster and sister

! la that section. Come again. Lake sweetnlng" grows down'In the rich home town. Of course we can not Miss Loubedia. returned to the!It

+ ;t Butler man grew one this winter muck lands. That ought to eel( demand that all citizens of the home at Brooker Saturday aftei i

i r Ip fourteen feet tall.--Times-Union. at rest the Bradford and Madison state share our enthusiasm for closing a successful term of schoo:

q Nope-we will have to stick to county controversy as to which Hathaway because he is a Holmes here and at Hellbronn. They hay

P,, fact, ours won't measure but 12 county In the state grows the tallest county product because he is bone made many friends during theli

1'' feet. We refuse to resort to tic cane. It Is stated that the tallest of our bone and because his honorIs stay here and we hope to bar

m t tion.-Euatla Lake Region. cane Bradford produced was our glory and because the inspiration them with us another school term

o fourteen feet high.- me -{Tnlon.o of his achievements will Rev. D. L. PhlUlops and family JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
State banks and trust companies vitalize the ambition of our sons were visitors to :Maxvllle Sunday. I

A of Florida on December 15th, hold The recent cold spell was watched and daughters, but these are Supt. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins ol El" rPT Pia.',OW t and N. Ices Ynr4'B.n.cti'| Deaale B.Ild1as.S(>..!.. Paene l-fcni.. B-8OO4 OCMNNILIMBER

I 1201,841,669.15 In deposits, or a with great anxiety by the local mighty moving reasons with us, Starke attended the closing oxer,

41 t I 12,000.000 Increase over the de growers of strawberries. It was and properly so. But In the other clses of the school here Freda;r 1

posits of October 10th, when thebanking'department I feared that a great loss would be Innumerable reasons for demanding night. LlFramlne.

"r made Us las): carried The strawberries however -his announcement every other .
'' : formal call according to figures I stood up exceptionally well loyal citizen of the state could Joinus. Mount Dora-Airport here nearIng ,

} r tabulated at the office of State I under the cold and with the ._ completion. Limb
t spell failing Sheet ling, Brick,
Lath
Flooring, Finish, Roofing Shingles .
Comptroller Ernest Amos. Tails, exception of freezing wbat: berries We want Hathaway because we Palm Beach, -- Kerman' ne.

basses State N.... were actually on the plants and want performance and not plat- store opens In post office bulldlni' 1,1,
oWe killing the bloom there was little form. It Is easy to put up an alluring In Palm Beach. TU
have a Job In the Jungles ol damage done. The plants themselves -' platform, It Is another thingto Plant City-Postal 'l'elecrapbotticea UCKS CAN DELIVER DIRECT TO YOUR Jon

n i4' Nicaragua that not even, th< are looking well la the ma- put up consistent satisfactory will move to Hotel Plant. ._,_.."._,_, "....__ ,_..t_ ......,.,_,1>0..... ,,"_ .III ,,I.'"-===.,_11I."" ._,_..........._..III"'IIIIIIII1IIIJII" r '

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