Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02319
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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-- To Continue Road ItiiiMInK, la>. :
Will Asslxt! 1 In I I Srliooli and Public \ I IlrlllK" on .IiukHonvllle; ; Green t..
prove .,
of County Rickenbacker : ;; Health. Unmasking Of ('0"0 Route Oll'n(1 to r
HIIIIillliJ.I"t State
Will lte-htwk Wood> am I Executive, legislative and Judiciary '
Resources. I Hrrc'llinGrolll1tl.... dices of all classes will be Trntnr.Black 'f.
Appointed As I! I Fort Myers Feb. 6.-Addressing !- voted on In the Florida primary Klan Is Denied I '
the Creek the first link
of legls-
ii. Session Lee county citizen in the courthouse :
10 Now that the season for hunting of next June a compilation In lbnmce ;
,iprlated $15,000.00 i to I tonight, Dr Fona A. Hathaway rut-oft between Green Covo .
app County Agent waterfowl and other game has of Secretary of State II. Clay By State Leader 1&1
the supervision of and Jacksonville will ba
,,'d ender i closed In Florida, and the open chairman of the State Road Crawford shows. Springs :
,mm1lOner of agriculture I InI. the'' Department, made the first public I opened to the public this week and
season for quail will end
soon KI--mall
I The offices Involved include n
,I. an industrial and agric Boardi+ of county commissioner state department of and declaration of hilt stand on what he The Ku does not motor cars will be running over I
game and halt of state-wide
score n a nature
of the BUty-seve the Issues plan "unmasking' as has bee the asphalt pavement of the magnificent -
described paramount
iU met February 6th, In regular ses.1 fresh water fish is already taking nearly 60 officials and officer*
of Fllorlda announced by purported renrextMvtatlves $200,000 structure whli hconnects
the of his campaign for governor
I IE m slon on above date with all !steps to Insure a substantial supply who will officiate at the "'lorldabIll'
mem doclurpd
These he described as continuation of the order. wall Flemings Island with the I II IS
Ii WI'','k bas been progressing Grosvenc I bers present as follows: Louis H.I) ; of wild life for sportsmer of the present aggressive; 19 members of the upper In Jacksonville !Monday by I. Kriillllps. mainland, according to State Kngtneer -
rime next Commissioner Jordan B.
,"ml year branch of the state legislature, an'
-III membership for the 10"'l.'rbody.
work who formerly was i the (I. Crews, L. R. Galney and O. Jan. 31st saw the end of the ment of schools as suggested bj and diverse Imoprtant county slate of Florida.< I ot the hlghwny construction In
w'l I the now being made, and Such announcements an unmasking Clay county
dltoi of the "Nation's Bus Itlnaon. open season on all migratory wildfowl survey head
published in Washington; Minutes such as ducks, geese doves, Improvement of public health,, I Many of those nominated In the wax planned as made re-I "It la probable that the entire
rlptnator and managing dlI of last meeting read snipe and so forth, and domestic which he declared la as vital to the t primary will not RO In the general rently by persons "apparently] I, project between Groeu Cove
and approved. of Florida as roads and representing themselves as spokesmen Springs and Orange Park will be
people /
,) hi Southern I game such! as squirrels turkeys, election but will be appointed by; I
e : "a f which Senator Fletcl On motion and after consider and the like, and on Feb. 15th the schools. I the governor lust aa many, however II for the organization; "were completed said open to traffic by 1

,Is 0ru3ident for some year I tlon the board decided that the last quail of the year should be Tribute to ('olllltl.... wail be nominated the June miule by enemies of the Klan, Mr the middle of April," Mr. Duke

>Jaw! is the author of the bonds of the county bond trustee ', slain. Beginning with a tribute to the primary and elected In the general I Phillips said
la Teed: selected by the late! should be reduced from $10,00 The season now closing was regarded counties along the Tumlaml Trail elel'tlon to follow In November. headquarters of the Klan. I and tho one at Orange Park are

A Murphree of the Unlvei I to the nominal amount of $1,00 by the department as very', and grateful", acknowledgement ot I Ithe Those who will he nominated In SInco wire association carried practically completed and all that

f Florida Dr. Hamilton lIolt! each and the clerk instructed to 'successful, Mr. Royall said botli compliments paid to him by; June and appointed by the governor news that the bead of the order I la left ,to do la to complete the 8

Hint! College, and Dr. Edward notify the local agencies. I I from a standpoint of supply and I liarron G. Collier and It. A. lien will Include the state adjutant iiml other otllclals had announced mile stretch of highway across the

,li ot the Florida State Color Bradford County Bank by i Its co-operation with the department' derson, Jr., who Introduced hUn: general, state chemist 31 circuit that unmasking was anticipated, Island.
Women, as the best eon -I cashier presented a request for refund ':In law enforcement and the commissioner he launched Into a discussion ot judges and 13 state attorneys. !Mr. Phillips said ho had been advised : Black Creek bridge Is already
of Florida's belief out of of taxes which have been paid'< took occasion to express his public service record, pointing I Many Out of Election by other officials of the Klan completed and tho surface pavement -

than three hundred creed I out on Liberty ,Honda since the. 1 I his appreciation for the support out that he has been for more than A number of other
tied year 1918. This matter was postponed which, he said, had been given. I''a quarter of a century In public. voted upon In the Juno primary templated. one end to Its fourteen hundred

Dawe has completed the until the next regular meeting The department la going Into service.o'lr t as an educator: leo will remain out of the general It at any time such a step la decided foot length: to the other. As this d

so assigned him In forty-tw on Monday, March 5th, 1928. I the breeding season with' more teaching In the rural schools, then ,election. The Include those to be upon the anlllluII'ementwould re
leg of the State and will be Lewis Scott was stricken from game In the field than the state has then as superintendent of the Orlando !, selected as. presidential electors! come "through proper channels condition the early use of the

dford county the entire day the pauper roll, he having moved had In years, he said. The work I: schools and later as superintendent ''delegates; to the national Democratic such aa In any other buslnoHM 1 bridge has been decided on by the ,

ursday February 16th, 1 on from the county into another state, ot+ re-stocking on turkeys and deer I of public Instruction in convention and members ot organization," -Mr. Phillips\ de- state engineer.

date it is hoped that he will: and bill presented for the cost r of has begun, and quail re-stocking ,I Duval county He has become' the national Democratic committee. lured.V.11NWItlfltT. Work Is being speeded, ahead to

good insight into the poss: railroad fare. After conslderatloi I will start as soon after Feb. 16thaa :, Identified with school interests He I I build a connecting roadway between -

4 and potentialities of this the commissioners decided that, possible. The department, the :.; reviewed his career as secretary to i Following Is a complete list of the \ : I'OUM) the north end of the bridge

.y. they could not pay bill and so sam< commissioner said, received Its. the governor and 'as chairman ot: offices which will be Included In NOT m'H.TY IN CRASH nn the Island side< and tho old

ExcHange Club and Chat was refused. first shipment of wild turkeys to the State Road Department. 1U. the ticket to be placed before the !:: highway leading to Jacksonville In jj aent1:

f Commerce Is assisting Mr. Isom Parks was placed upon the placed In the breeding grounds) I'I'be paid a tribute to Governor Martin voters In the forthcoming primary, Jacksonville, Feb. 3. J. II, order that motor cars can have ac- "
In making the survey In this pauper roll at $4,00 per month. sometime ago, and the birds were as the man who first recommended which will be held June 6th: VValnwrlght of Hellbronn Springs, (i-ess to tho now concrete structure. rup

,y, lIe expects to arrive 1 1So In The folowlng reports were received quickly distributed. I a I means tor raising revenue for Six presidential elrrtors, 13 delegates llradtord county was declared not .
early in the morning of the and ordered filed: Report, After the restocking of "new the construction'of' the state highway to the national' Democratic Utility; by a Jury in criminal court i'I This connecting roadway will

and will be shown places of of convictions of county judge I blood' has been carried out, the system. convention, four from the state at it 7:30 o'clock last night of man- ''entail! the paving of not more than,

lance throughout the count] court, report of Justice of peace of I department will turn its attention Paramount IHMIKN large and two from each congeM- laughter charges brought against! half a mile from the bridge end 9

Assessor N. D. Wainwright Lawtey District No. One report of to a slmlllar distribution over the The paramount l Issue of the campaign tonal district, members of tho national him in connection with the death \here It will run north for a short d )

een requested to submitof a Jail Inspector and report of inspector I outside areas, Mr. Royall said. he declared Is "Shall we continue Democratic committee. II ot Edward Musick, Jr., 5, fatally !llstance and then swing west to .
the assessed valuations of : of marks and brands. the road building programas A United States senator. Injured In an automobile connect with the old roadrfiring

rty in the county, G. W. Aln Mr. RIckenbaker, a graduate of WALL APPOINTKDSUPERVISOR; mapped out by the legislature (' >iiKi- 'N niaii to Ilo Niimnl : the Lake City road last August ) the next two months the .4

clerk of the circuit court Clemson College, was appointed as I until Florida shall have a system Four representatives In congress, 2nd. trial rock surfacing of the short cut nthrIlcl

ort on incorporated manic county demonstrating agent and I second to none In the Union?'' one each from the first, second,, Wainwright was placed on over Flemings. Island will be runh-\ '

's, Supt. II. D. Wiggins a reu will begin work on the fifteenth I II. C. Wall has been appolntt'dsupervisor for "Florida," he said, "baa passed third and fourth congressional districts. for( the second lime on the held charge lie- ml ahead as speedily! as possibleIn
of registration I Ilia first trial, <
condition of school prop j of February. Bradford Count: the experimental stage. She Is really yellter
and values thereof Count Telegraph was designated as the Bradford county by Governor John building roads and nho Is payIng I i I A governor, a secretary of stale,, (emher: 8th, resulted In mistrial Imlldlng, Engineer:: Duke declared,
i er J M Edwards will give 'paper in which the tax sale of 192! W. Martin to succeed C. A. Knight,, as she goes.Good roads have an attorney general, a comptroller,, when the Jury failed to agree.Tha I of It being hauled from the
will hold office! fatally Injured part
Wall child was
'rt on the mileage of Improvda shall be published. I resigned Mr. his I put the state on the map and people \ state treasurer, a superintendent Muslck accident In Dranga Park siding of the Atlantic lent
when sueessor -
( within the county as com Mrs. C. II. Padgett of Graham, until next January I everywhere are now talking at public Instruction, a commissioner In au automobile taunt[ Line over the new bridge
father efalIIIe'
the June primary the boy's
with such in 1907 ana 1917 was placed upon the mothers pension elected at about Florida and her roads. If 1 Iam of agriculture. which cars driven by there and for the south end ot:

ilr C A Futch, city clerk, i a roll at $7.00 per month. will assume office. elected governor there will beno Two Justices of the state supreme and WalnwrlRht of figured the Duvalounty the highway the rock will be haul- '
I '' Rex V. Sweat, chief
on the bonded Yndebtednesirporated There being no further business NOON "jONBH Interruption In the road building ourt. Patrolmen J. ell from Orson Cove Springs J
towns of the Gout the board adjourned until the next I program and there will be no Two members of the railroad ; road patrol, inu
and Melvin 19. Draue,, '
hlch reports are to form i a regular meeting which will be belt Noon Jones was born In Starke Increase in the tax revenues now commission, one for an unexepect- II. Faucette sheriff Road Thirteen
,.t the survey. on the first Monday in March, I December 20th 1878, died February available for roads. After the iA another for a full term. ind O. D. normlln. deputy for the 9 9I

two civic organizations will 1928. 2nd 1928. He !pent his I primary I will go back to my deskIn An adjutant general.A : were principal witnesses and Muslck Work Is Rushed I Itat

din Mr Dawe and party at i a 0. W. Alderman Clerk. boyhood in Starke, and was united Tallahassee and build roads until state chemist. late Waluwrlght: crash j
of the
!'on at the Orange & Iliac In marriage to Miss Alice Balsden my Inauguration. And I will Circuit Judges for 27 Judicial gave their versions

oom, 12.30. At 2:30 at the' HOARD TO ESTABLISH" 'January 15th 1901. To this unIon name my own sucessor. It Is up to (llstrlcta Including the fifth Judicial I'. Uuy Crews. Jacksonville K. M. Johns, nt- I Rapid progress IH being made bTIthe It'us

house Mr. Dawe Is to ada CATTi.I'QU.Ut.1NTINl: > three children were born, none the people to say whether" they approve circuit, Marlon county; sixth, orney: und Attorney counsel M Duval Construction company ,,

body of representative cit !ot r whom survive. He leaves a of the policies now In force to; succeed, Judge John U. Bird, of Starke w'ro defense county 3ii tho hardsurfadnK work on .

rom over the county and the Tallahassee Fla., Feb. 6.-Th mother, Mrs. Lizzie 1I01llng worth, and If they want those policies Plnellas und Pasco counties; 10th, VI. Scarborough, assistant State Road Thirteen leading Into

chool students! and teacher : State Livestock Sanitary board will ,one brother, three sisters and continued without Interruption."I folk county; twelfth, Glades, Coller lollultor, prosecuted. the cane COllar Key according to the Cedar

i, county who wish to avail meet at Tampa next Thursday U many other relatives. will not neglect the duties of Hendry, Charlottee counties; Hit TIPPLH'M AIIDDIIIONS; Key NewH. The company U Un- ares

elves of this opportunity I establish a quarantine In Suwan- I Funeral services were held Friday -I my office during the campaign, and t1:hJrte
Wiggins has very kindly con nee, Columbia, Baker and Union afternoon at Crosby cemetery, It the people of Florida believe and L. L. Parks .Hlllsbor-' ) rock a day. On Tuesday 1260 Sa'Ilet

1 In the Interest of the coun counties, preliminary to tick; eradication tlevs. Hooks and Raymond inmange. that I have the ability, the foresight ugh county; sixteenth Sumter Dr. C. W. Crooke supt. of tho feet of harduurfaclDg was laid, or

allow all teachers and high 1 worn, in that section. Dr I ; Acting as pallbearers and the aggressiveness they and Lake; nineteenth, DeSoto, \ntl-Saloon League of Florida, ac- ''neurly a quarter of a mile, and

I students the privilege of J. V. Knapp state veterinarian announced were Messrs. G. A. Gardiner, E. W. expect In their governor I shall I lardeo[ and Highlands; twenty- ompanlud by Dr. Il. M. Tipple, of bout this amount Is being done

(Ing this meeting If they so today that the board also Hayes, C. A. Knight. C. John. Ray appreciate their support. If they Itourth, Citrus and Hernando; and (real note throughout the world; ''every day, according to George M.

.In lieu of their regular du, would take up the matter of publishing Mewsom and F. F. Stump. ilo not co believe I will have no twenty-: eventh, Sarasota. were at the. Methodist c'mrch' here Vincent, state engineer In charge.

i school for that afternoon I a dipping schedule. Eradication lOut of town people! attendingIthe reeling in the matter." I State attorneys for the first secmd. last Friday night. Rov. 1'). M.HOOKS I Work was started on the far endof ; c1I.1e11.

Explaining the object of the work Is to start in the, i funeral were: Mr. and Hrndomon<< Praises SIICCOHMOpening third, fourth. seventh, ninth _, pastor _'I'"me.._ uiiuri-ii, .1 cn 1 led .- f the road beyond Sumner at the

taking Commssloner Dawi"cently four counties March 5th. ,t0. \V. Balsden. Mr. and Mrs. G.HIt.\\ the meeting, It. A. Hen I thirteenth, fourteenth, sixteenth, the meeting; to order and Rev. nttirnectlon of the county' road and

: I Lowena. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Burn derson, Jr., was elected chairmanand nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-first Raymond led the opening Prayerat ork In being laid toward Cedar ndlOrd
> object of the Industrial HTARKK. AT TI1K CIIAUTAUQU.1Quite |Mrs. M. J. Burnsed, Mr. and he spoke In glowing terms ot :and twenty-fourth Judicial circuits. the close at which Dr. Crooke) K..j. about a mile and a halt of

f of Florida is to acquaint al I Starke citizens M. S. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Dr. Hathaway's success In carrying Stole SenatorsThe wan introduced, who made a very the stretch having bnen completed
of ;
,rlda with, all that Florida; a number Florida Chau- Blakely of Jacksonville; Mrs. Silas out the road program, particularly; I folowlng state senators;: brief address and then Introduced' jp to Friday night. Cedar Key

d has now, and may have,, attended the Heights Wednesday -. Kite and son Mr. and Mrs. Charlie with relation to work on the lower First district, Santa Rosa and Aka- Dr. Tipple, who was the principal people I and out of town visitors

all lines of development, I tauqua at Keystone set aside 1 Starling. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton West Coast. .t.' Introduced Bar- loona; tulrd, Walton and Holmes, speaker of the evening. Dr. Tip I who must use this road are watch-*

t t' m. or manufacturing tha I evening, the day O. W. Mead Roberts of Tampa.I)15.11'l'IL11t511'IT11. ron O. Coltr: who paid a high tribute fifth Liberty Franklin and Wau- ple's address wait a great treat tc ''Ing the Improvement with Interest t

marked Importance. Tin, aa Starke Day. Dr. I to L>i Hathaway and read for kulla; seventh. Polk; ninth, Her those present. It watt both Instructive ind every mile of hardaurfaclngompluted
responded -
to bust..1 the ad dress of welcome, I : CLOTIIKH! present the nando and Citrus; eleventh. Pine. III almost au occasion ot:
may be likened a gave M. Inman ol; : the ben""!It of those and full of humor. When he :
due Inventory, taken at cer to by Mr. G. the evening Starke pledge ofr. Hathaway as printedon has; thirteenth, Dade; fifteenth, sat down, Dr. Raymond arose and ihllc thanksgiving While the hodto'
II so that he may shape bi.fir I Starke. The program for readings .. I Police in cities around his announcement card. I Bradford and Union; seventeenth, Insisted upon hla'speaklng longer, I grading contractors have done all'In
included two splendid on the lookout for Bob Gotcher Hathaway nineteenth Orange;; tl) keep the road la
: the future by learnlni and are Following the meeting a i Suwannee; He yielded for a while telling their power
Leland few
on of his business up to the, by Mrs. Marian and L. It. Todd, who left a for Governor club was organlzed ,twenty-first. Levy; twenty-third Interesting things about I kissable shape the torn up cond.
witha many
luent to the rise and fall:, of Starke young men, Messrs Wesley: '. considerable amount of for clothIng the- R. A. Hender on, Sr., as vice- I Bay, Calhoun and Gulf; twenty- rtlee! and countries, an well I has been a great handicap to Cedir -

ul itlve real estate activity] U O. and John powell and money collected who president. There were 101 char seventh, DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands I aa dealing with much of vital In- Key and ban doubtfoum cost the

Ida during 1925 and 1926,, Stearns and L. F. Smith.SKIDS Gainesville laundry. Catcher ter members. and Glades; twenty-ninth; terr.-t connected with our own norvbanta and business men a con-
formerly had charge of the Gaiety Baker thrlty-flrst, St. amount of lost patron- 0
on many minds a depres- INTO DITCH clay and ; country. Those present were Indeed tier able
Y :h gradually spreadII I Theatre, collected as many suits ENGLISH!\ PAPKK:: OV I John and FlaKier; thirty-third, happy that they did not ml SB, ige. However, the condition lajeing

t the entire state to the ex- -when the warning: around Starke aa possible and with ).'(..OIUU.OU.SGt'H: ,St. Lucie, Osceola, Okeelliobee, Indian this wonderful address. The audience .. I rapidly remedied with the I

at though individual coun- Frightened sounded althe Todd, a driver for the laundry, River and Martin; thirty- was composed of all denomInalinns lardsurfaclng of nearly a quarter

'I, braced up and were mov- whistle of a locomotive crossing south ol 'caught an afternoon bus for Jack- The following; cliplng. relative. fifth, Palm Beach and Broward; ( but they sat together atouo. I'' of a. mile a day and this. completed
railroad sonville. to the shipment of Florida oranges Seminole and Bro Is being opened to traffic
lU the same confidence ae I of a southboundcar thirty-seventh, Dr. Tipple expressed great de- portion
the driver 1 was win -
Starke. England
'0 1925, nevertheless thet I : suddenly STORE and grapefruit to rand expressed great delight is rapidly as conditions per.Imlt.
his drakes so TO OPEN NEW:: News one Ir. Tipple
applied I Birkenhead
of many individual coun- machine skidded Intothe : taken from the The following county offices: : with his reception, as did also thaII
d< cities was one of doubt that the and companion I this week of January 18th: I All members of the house of Dr. CrooKe They were both N. B. Burton, grading (contrac- t
a engaged
ditch and he 1' Workmen are I II service from the' end of theoad
"A fruit Judges,, CellaKey
new county the
stability : ,
ag Florida's real bruised. The automobile the interior of the representatives urged to come again. tor: on
us of this, I suggested that.. were cut and enough away fromt.hB In arranging Call and Walnut! West to Liverpool 1i Is of Interest to' sheriffs, clerks of circuit courts, Is making satisfactory! progress
t trial survey or 'stock talc was far been broughtto building, corner Hardware all Merseyalde--particularly to superintendents of public Instruction UMO.V TKMPKitAM.'K;: ; : :MKKTIXO : I In filling In the new grade
crossing to have street, for the Seromes and Incidentally to ATTKXDKD: to connect up
ould be made. apparentlythe who win, fruit dealers, county assessor .of taxes, tax IH WELL across the nayon
but ,
[law as passed In 1927, the : a halt safely, attention to his Company of Jacksonville store here within fruit consumers. The service Is collectors, county surveyors, supervisors with D. Street and barring unfor-

.41 survey of Florida must i driver paid no railroad until the open a branch New shelves from Florida, and last Sunday of registration, county A large crowd gathered at the seen delays will have this readyfor

M he hands of the governor nearness to the They were the next few days.to the stock night the Leyland I liner Daytonl surveyors, supervisors of registration Baptist church last Sunday night the surfacing contractors whoa

27th, 1928. The approp- i whistle sounded. and their and receptacles carry arrived in the Mersey with a cargo county commissioners, mem- when the pastors and their congregations they reach this end of the Job. j,

wall quite small (only $15- 1 brought to Starke Dr. Mlddleton. ,are being! built. storeroom. of this which comprised 6,984 boxes of bers of county boards of public : all united In a Union Temperance i K. J. Kennedy, representing tha :

One-third of this will be I wounds dressed by I' The second occupied by Sam grapefruit and oranges and other Instruction, Justices of the peaces, Meeting. The Cbolr of bridge contractors, was here Tuesday -
to copies ot: 67 counties to be building will be fruits. The new venture has been constables. the Baptist church assisted by looking: after the work to be
printing 5,000 of all our will up a
ort, illustrated to some ex- edge completed early In March,-a volume 'Rosenberg, who within open the next promoted by a London firm, and Judges: of civil and Juvenile members of the other choirs fur done In order to determine the _It
carefully :;dry good store arrangements made provide will excellent music consistingof that will be needed for wttJataIIIL
IJ.OOO;; will be appropriated of about 500 pages, the courts In counties where terms niched equipment r .
few weeks. the fruit-growers In Florida and congregational He stated: that his company
Rntlfic articles along lines of: and [simple language ) that expire. duets quartettes the Job.
research; leaving $5,000expenses prepared Abe available early in July, POLITICAL POT shall place their produce In cold I Prosecuting attorneys In counties songs. Dr. G. P. Raymond, would have equipment on
| of travel clericalc. storage at Jacksonville about a where terms will expire. pastor of the church presided.Drs. Job wlthla fifteen days and work

,, for putting the report 1928.It la toe hope of the Exchange announcements are listed fortnight before the ships sail the Members of the state executive II. A. Tucker and E. M.\ Rooks would start Immediately.8KRVICKS .
Two being an -
thus ensured and Dr. Ray-
the press. Preparatory: and Chamber of Commercethat In the political advertising pra-coollng committee. delivered addresses AT 8.VXTOX' *
week !
Club :!
this I de- :
aa started in August, 1927 special attention be given to column, that of J. L. Frazee additional safeguard against which Members of the congressional I mond made very. brief but apt, -
been 1s Is believed a of cay. In the consignment executive committees. comment at various times during services -
going forward con- the meeting, as for member of the house representatives Sundaywas There will ba preaching
yI have now the pleas- great deal of: good will be accomplished and A, J. Grime, who arrived at Liverpool on Members of the county executive the evening and Sunday school at the
from the Mayor
of fruit -
state that more than one- In this survey. There will all will be a candidate for county Jacksonvlla a gift to the Lord Mayor committees. The Standard Oil Company Is Saxton church Sunday afternoon

the reaourcca of: the state, be ample room to accommodate superintendent of schools.Starke of and similar gift I lUrths making additions to their storage 3 o'clock. Rev. J, V. Robinson,
Liverpool, a
J by county have already who care to attend this that Street. paving started from the Governor of Florida to I Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, There. yards In the northern part of I pastor of Lawtey Methodist isIM

tdered., and facts corn-,,, and it Is earnestly requested -- the Lord Mayor of London." sa. Feb. 7th, a son. Clarke. church will preach. All invited.
>d that attend will do so. here.
j based upon knowl- all who can t

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; about with it. (I. Iii I Punta Gorda UIJh 01,
loped seven
noise golf ,
and girls. lie was
1 Bradford High School' "Hey foolish," laughed a team- a hero. Edward smiled and blushed : LAWTEY ; I ed and opened arse.
: : "Mr.. Cor *
: mates, stopping "you're not I' E. K. ey TEX YEARS AGO TODAY Stua'rt-Dulldlnt .
but he looked different !
supposed to run with the ball. ....................... here during permit Ib
ttf1! Journal "()h, you're supposed to eh?" was how. He wasn't afraid of all this : .n I $126,086. pant sear 14

Edward's unexpected comeback Lawtey Feb. id.-Mrs. V. R.
going on about. .hlm. He knew
\ the first words he had spoken out Reddish, Miss Elinor Arwood and Misses Clara Moltt and Eunice Tampa-Apprexim l ,I
O how to act-he had discovered"IT. of sanitary seWer ,7 ;I'
of recitation class that year. Reddish and Mrs. J. G. God- Robinson returned from Brooker i l.tid, d, |
EdItor-In-Chlef ____n______________ WILLIAM DUNCAN ." Roy month in this city urlDa '
\1 An opponent took It out, and as win and son spent Friday in Jack- Tuesday afternoon. Orlando-Eleu'rl i'1, '
_________________ JOSEPH MALPAS :
Associate Editor he threw it In. Edward landed TIn AKTICTKH OK FEDERATION sonville. Supt. PoppeD stated Tuesdaythe and fixtures in our P'IQlt| '

flat-footed In front of him school for E *
Sports Editor ______________________ ELMER McMILLAN and Friday afternoon at the Lawtey vocational Starke building installed |Lv"
grabbed the ball, only to throw It IB now awaiting the assignment ofa Electrical compurn Ht,
"a t Joke Eldtor ________________ _____ JUNIOR McDONELL clubhouse, Mrs. W. il. Edwards
n in the general direction of his This theme was written by teacher to be ready for work. Plant City-:N-:,. |I

.__,._..___ ,_, u__ .u ,_____ __. goal. The ball hit "Big Boy" entertained with a silver tea and Club hl"l,! *
Louise Marcotte was
of the seventh musical. The guests began to ar- I The Boys' Pig org- opened at corner r -i

y1 ,; MFLItOSITIKES: : : nOT KXDH! J'UW.\IU: ), TIIK; WOICM 'I Johnson's snow-capped head, skipped grade: rive at 3:00: and the meeting was anized at Brooker on last Wednesday Reynolds streets lSlteele ,;

OF ;MKKTITH: im.\moui upward and-plunked in the When the'American colonies de- called to order by the president, Jan. 30th, by Mr. C. D. St. AugustlnuM1' .

g As everybody else l Is doing It, ring. clared their independence of Great after which Mrs. Edwards openedher Gunn, county agent. stone building bom,: ,"r"IWf,!

} t t Despite a thrilling third quarter ye editor decided to try his handat Again the crowd yelled. This Britlan they appointed a congressional program with a duet by Sergeant R. P. Turner Is homer to Butterfleld's (;araL, :' "","*
was good. They were so excited committee of visit his n ;,
composed one Ed- a short to parents, street. \
Miss Louise Thede and Mrs.
rally, the Purple Tornadoes failedto writing a story. Here Is the that they didn't notice Edward delegate from each state, to drawup wards. Character songs, ducts Mr. and Mrs. .W. M. Turner. Tltusvllle---rnnra'I! ,, \

overcome an early lead which sad result: shedding his inferiority complex, a form of union for all the new and all The Ladles' Aid Society of the building hardsurf,, iN' t
quartettes were enjoyed by ,1)
tho visiting Melrose boys piled up This Is the story of a boy, a kindof his discovering of selfease.The states. "The Articles of Union," and at the conclusion the hostesses Baptist church will hold Its regular nlng from Eau rlll; ,!!,,. coal b,; '

and lost to last Friday's opponents a character found not only in game continued. No more thus drawn up were discussed for which included Mrs. Edwards and monthly meeting Tuesday at the ocean beach.TalJahas8eeFl". *
23-14. It waa a bad day for Bradford trick IIbots 'for Edward, but be than and
more a year, were adopted home of Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh.
Mrs. E. E. Burney, served' delicious Iela., ,
t for the whlrldwlnd erery school but In every organization t
supporters I kept snatching the ball and throw- by congress 1777. However, home-made cake and tea. Drs. J. P. Tomlinson and Blott and trust compam,, ,, M5?
also defeated the Melrose every group of persons, a "?' ,
was by Ing it. No more scoring, but the *
they were not ratified by all the, About fifty guests were present.Mr. made a business trip to Jackson 15 showed .2o{ "." "',, T ',
that whether old, is
sextet 134. type yong or 'fun continued, and the merriment Ir,
While the boys lost the local always prefteht. This Is the boy, states until 1781. and Mrs. Lewis Crews and ville Wednesday. .- over deposits of ti, t"h"r,, ) ,10
was at Its height when a startling This confederation for
provided Proctor of the Lake Butler .
Editor Melbourne---no..r
children of Jacksonville, were vis- i
fana felt little better In seeing that. in the expression of the mod- sound broke out from above-that the Hllf 0:
a league of friendship among iting relatives in Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Times, was a business visitorto Clubhouse being ,,,,'
what great possibilities were con- ern slangster, hasn't got )t", terrible sound of girlish screams. n-p) ''?,,
several states, each of
tained in tho new model Tornadoan which analyzed means that he and Mrs. Rufus Gore of Starke Monday. Plant City -- Ines,,?"dule,
The the
laughter, even
entirely eligible B. II. S. haxn't got a personality, that he Edward game, stopped immediately, and claimed freedom to and retain "its sovereignty" The Jacksonville: visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Murrhee of Graham was provements will i I.. ,Pied, ,,,, 10 I J..
independence. pall
to business In Starke park.
Is in the E. E. Burney Sunday.
team. In the third quarter, with always background-an looked
the score standing 13-4 against Ingnored wall-flower. everyone up-to see a new government consisted ot a Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and Monday.t\ Palm Beach-1.,.L-,?. I?, lo
frightened sight, a human, figure delegates p;
of from two to
seven '
congress 2000
r them our boys were aroused to All good stories must have a children were visitors to Lake coconut palm- ,,don[ .
the air the
failing through along
from each state had just one I'
desperation or some such Impulse happy ending. In this our hero wall of the three-story Dalton vote. Klngsle Sunday afternoon. ........................ of federal highway I thrntttl, ( t.

and showed what they could do. It finally finds the desired quality Then the !Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woolen haveas city.
building. figure stooped
under the articles had
was then that they looked quite through a flctlctous event. That's falling-not, thank goodness on control Congress of making treaties, their guests for several days, I SAMPSON CITY : Winter Haven i i' M 0..*.
war or
n superior over their opponents, where the story coiues In, but therest the Mr. Wooten's sister and two children C'leo Thomas celpts here durlnu p".1, TIaI"
the ground, but on aide of wall
creating an army and navy, regu- .
much of tale of Brunswick, Ga. taled $4 0,065.
ringing up night points to none is not so a after
for Melrose. Hy kE'E'plngthe ball all. on a little ornamented cornice one lating the value of coin, arranging' Mr. and Mrs J. II. Carrodine N...........N......... Stuart-$396j) -, .,..QtIIt '
and a half stories up. A differ treaties with the Indians, and settling '
i, In Purple territory almost continually Edward Smith was not popular. I scene was beheld then. The fig- dlsputles of the state regard-, were visitors to Jacksonville Wed Sampson City Feb. 10.-Rev. for construction
and making numerous shots That was evident.. Any boy who ure was still there-It was a girl.. land claims. nesday. C. A. Crosby filled his regular ap- Lucie Inlet near h.. < ntap'

,' 4 at the goal, the Tornado ate up a never figures in conversations, nev- She was hanging by her hands on Ing In practice congress, was unableto Mr. A. M. Blanchard celebrated pointment here Saturday night and tic Ocean.

nine point lead until they were but er gets Into anything, never speaks a projection barely six Inches wide, due his birthday last week, but won't Sunday. Leesburg-Ja'k,I"\ Th
set a staple government
three points from a tie. Every man unless spoken too, and sometimesnot which she had somehow managedto up tel anyone how old he was. We I Rev. Robert Dickerson from Company Safety (',n nu' 'I tt
to the fact
i seemed to find the necessary speed then, would hardly ue called as she fell. : : be heard he only had sixteen candles Hampton has been holding services out through year, rereah! .
grasp 1. No important law could
and effectiveness, and for a while popular. Edward was a peculiarsort The cause was easily understood. without the consent of nine on his cake, ,though. 'I here for a few nights and will continue dents are decreauliii.

Melrose looked almost of Nobody could passed Enoch Grlffls and V. R. Reddish Fort Lauderdale
helpless. a hoy. ever A number of girls, as was often next week. Everybody cgme IIUlldlDi,
'C The sidelines 'were aroused to a get next to him, somehow. The states. made a business trip to DowTing II[and enjoy the sermons. mils-issued here during pas
1 done, bad gone up to the flat roof 2. The failure of congress to ;
wild demonstration of spirit that other students of Dalton High; Park last week. Mr. E., D. Jones spent two days totaled $l,318,97riHigh
of the building to get a birdseye for
practically !didn't need tcTflnd that out for Ed- provide revenue expenses. P. L. Dlnklns of Jacksonville I Springs"ti'e'
I with his mother this week and was I
view of the game. One of the 3. The inability to regulate Interstate -
for win. But in ward had been in their midst the in Lawtey with lighting system being
no hope a ever girls Immediately discovered Mary spent week-end I called back to work Saturday. Install<<
and foreign commerce.
,P the final period, the visitors seem- since the primary days, and he had I .his family. Mr. Herbert and Lucian Thomaswere Hamilton EstatesPahokee$39.nao
who would
Hums, as you expect, I 4. The lack of effective authority
s ed to find themselves once more, always been that way. lie never was one of the prettiest and most laws. Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville here Saturday on a hunting \ ",slap(
Ma i while the home boys, possibly tired even tried to get anywhere. Ev- popular girls in the school, had in 5.to The impossibility of remedyIng visited her parents Mr. trip and returning back to Jacksonville for construction ot u, II '!ghtr

t from the pace set in the preceding erybody took him for granted and her excitement over the game, lost these 'defects because unan- and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins here Fri with a full bag Saturday school building and qll1blDI

slowed and the victor's left him alone. auditorium and
11 quarter up, afternoon. gymnasium t
her balance and fallen over the action of the U. S. day.Mrs.
N lead of three stretched And Edward that imous Flora Strickland of Waldo, Key West
i 'e points was why was protective bar on the edge of the 6. It had to tax. Mr. Johns and family were accompanied -Passenger II!!'

t ); to the final of nine. way? Nobody ever gave him roof, and after falling the short no the power government did visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. by their two sons, and over Pan-American .in! mallr!!
7. Because
1 t 44 Save for the exciting last half, ,enough thought to profound a reason distance, caught on the cornice. individuals. W. Shaw last week. family Sunday. One from Jackson- from here to Havanu, naumn

the game was not very thrilling. I It might have been that Ed life not act upon Mrs. Waterson of Ohio, is visit- ville and the other from Raiford. St. Augustine. :New: 'I'atb"
But Mary's was by no means forced to obey
Melrose loked .to be the betters I''ward's father was none too well- yet saved. The cornice was out 8. No state was ing her brother, Rev. J. V. Robin- Miss Ethel Varnes returned Lyceum building formaih de4 l

team most of the time, ringing up j to-do, but there were numbers of these laws. home Tuesday from her two ed
of reach from any window or any sou.Mrs.
4 goals the first period to Starke's 'J leading figures In school activities ,tree.: And ihere she hung, two ETIQUETTE CLUH A. II. Harley, Jr., of weeks' visit in Starke.

rJ' "f two, and three the next while f whose parents were as hard up as little hands*between her limp body Last Friday in assembly the Starke, was visiting friends In I

;"' : ? t Starke failed to get any. The home Edward's. It could have been Ed- and death. etiquette Club had charge of the Lawtey last week. ......................... Grove's

1I. I boys were not outshone in getting I ward's appearance. He had good : Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Tampa, '
about following
"Get a ladder, cried out program ZIFF ;
r 1"\\ ,.( the ball, but tho difference was enough clothes, but never seemed three-fourths of the crowd and Immediately A Gentleman, by Eva Marcotte. are visiting Mrs. Davis' parents, : t I

'lIt i\\1 that Melrost made more of her to wear them well. Ills hair was scores of boys dashed off An If For Boys, by by Jewel Wig- Mr.\ and Mrs. A. II. Harley Q Miss Opal Lewis Con .l I.lN Tasteless

.1 tries good while the Bradford men I rarely combed, his face was often Indifferent directions. Mrs. L. H. Futch spent FridayIn ,.....4. .....4.1

\ failed, for the most part to locate dirty. He never followed the oth- gins.A solo-"Thinking of Broker with her parents, Mr. Ziff Feb. lo.-Dr Mann of ,
In the middle of the court stood piano
the goal. ler such rolling his and Mrs. P. A. Lake Butler, business caller' Chill Toni
a'i") 'I boys' styles- as Edward staring upward as the oth- bee" by Thelma Andreu. Crosby. was a
,..'m\l.t Shining lights In the game were sleeves or socks, wearing trick An Miss Delma Dinkins spent the here one day last week. i
open-mouthed. improved
ers, I
,,, .1. Captain Nolan Canova and Law- caps and sweaters, and as for Edward, whether he looked It or SKVKXT1I: GKAUK week-end In 'Bushnell with her Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham I A Body; Builder for Pale,R

sence Dinkins. In the last half girls! Once upon a time a girl parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dink- spent Sunday here with Mrs. cate Children. It Restor

It, j: these two players were nearly half spoke to him, and the boy threw not was rapidly thinking.through Thoughts his mind circulated Test! test! test! Our teacherwas Ins. Dyal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, W Health, Energy and H&

:J- of the Tornado attack Canova such a startling, choking and taking exams Friday but still Mrs. E. D. Futch is spending a Lewis. Cheeks by Purifying and 1.
and the that and went
one came riching the Blood.
rang rang three goals In a row to blushing fit, that they never considered and came again was- we had test! Our substitute teacher few days In Jacksonville. with Mr. J, O. Dennison and son, the Appetite Pleasant:

r" 1 place Starke In a tieing zone and speaking to him after- "She's there because she was was Miss Mitchell, who taught relatives Warren, ot Mlday were In our take. 60c.asaapallWMYIII&IHwIIAn.

,(I ; t lu' Dlukins intercepted numE'rousfel! wards. You coudn't tell much excited playing. It's the seventh grade last year. Miss Grace Wood, teacher of the section Saturday:
over my my
l; rose passes, and shot them back about Edward but It was apparent fault." We have a new pupil, Ina For- fourth grade in Lawtey, spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and

''r.r!r'. : to Tornado territory. Nolan, as that he was afraid of girls \ He "I syth from Hellbronn Springs.We week-end in Starke with her par- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and J..
The girl cried out weakly, '!''i'''
center, turned in a fine game avoided them as much as possible. are going to re-elect our little daughter, Hazel, were shopping
can't hold on much longer. "Don't
throughout In both offensive and He wan different, but In the wrong "" the under her 'class officers this week. and Mrs.D., W. Moore and ; in Brooker Saturday.Mr. LAND
"I I drop, yelled boys ,
defensive work. The big boys eems way. That's our hero. Now for ready to catch her It she should Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lewis, spent J. W. Lewis was a business

r j to have a talent of tangling his 'the story.It I Julian-Did you pass on condition Sunday at Johnson lake. visitors to Starke Saturday. SURVEYINGSubdividing

l, arms in the midst Melrose! players was basketball season and the I fall.As usnal Edward said nothing. I ? Friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mrs. J. O. Dennison and little

I emerging with the bull carry- Dalton court, just back of the But he was moving Gone was his Yancy-I didn't even know we Wells will be pleased to learn he I sons, J. M. and Parnell of Midway, Drain,

.1'..' ,", ing up court and quite often ringing school building, was quite often a self-consciousness. Gone was his I studied It. has! been reappointed postmastertor I are spending this week here with ,

I r J 1 a goal "Monk" Dlnklns, as scene of action. This was one of stupidity-In fact, Edward had another four years by President 1- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Systems

\ { short as Canova Is'tall, l Is, in ours the times-a meeting between Dalton Hope-It think Mary Is interested Coolldge. lIe received said Lewis. ,age
he wasn'teven
forgotten everything,
opinion, the speediest man on the and Hartvllle was going on thinking. Silently he tore 4 in Art.JoyceArt. appointment Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal of Accurate Work

If team. Ills showing complicates theIt that afternoon. But it wasn't Art who? Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and son, I Graham spent Sunday_ here_ with..
around the outskirts of the crowd. -- un H E. Lagergren
ti I guard situation considerably. With much ot Hartvllle was visitors at Lake Mr.
It : a game. were Kingsley and Mrs. T. D. Dyal,
jumped a flight of stairs-through of
tfi t Cox, !Malpaa and others on hand proving to be a por match for the Re.v1G. P. Raymond pastor Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clemons and
I side entrance-down the Starke Fla.
a a church, was
the First' Baptist I
\ him it will be hard to I ,
f besides expert Dalton five. Two forwards Mesdames W. 11 Edwards andJ. little daughters Evelyn May
,l 1 flight of stairs-around a banis- minister in charge of the chapel
I land two regular first five guards. Jones and Roberts, had shot goals H. Moore were shopping in Olive May of Starke spent and.. ,,,' r
ter post-up a ball into a room to exercises last Thursday. Rev. Ray- ix 51InIllUllllllftlllftnmllllllllllllm_
," Joe !Malpas, playing the first almost at will, and as the final a window and looked out. J talk Jacksonville Monday day here with Mrs. demons !sister! .
'. I halt, turned in a good game, landIng period began, the ridiculous score mond gave a very Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
There, ten feet below, hung the "Habits Good and Bad. This Q
on South Jacksonville-Hendrlcks
: both ot Starke's goal was 587. None other than the Mr. Elmer Stokes spent
l 1 girl. Her fingers, he could see, was especially helpful to the students Memorial church at Catherine Sundayin CASKHi
in the first period
Cox was Injured third team was then sent in. The Jacksonvlle with friends. COFFINS &
were as white as the stone Itself, as he clearly explained the street and Hendrlcks avenue to
and was not able to play his best, play was naturally a little closer Little
Truby Dyal on the sick of
She couldn't possibly hold on much value of good habits and the dan- erect $30,000 addition. and a Full Lln
but at that, Gerald did well. for a while and Dalton had only list this week. We all hope he will

When we say that our forwards. two goals when the event which longer. ger ot bad habits. Bradenton-Merging of cities of soon be well again. j Supplia
But he was loklng no more. Un- Undertakers'
Manatee Palmetto and Bradentoninto
*i had some of the worst shooting starts moving took place. ,
our story mldful ot the excited exclamation Quite a crowd is expected at the Mr. W. R. Warren spent Satur-
luck we hace ever seen, we are Jack Brown a guard, skinnedhis auditorium Friday night, Feb- third largest city on West day in Starke on business. AUTOMOBILE BEABSlI
of the crowd, he was coming out of
le not trying to make excuses for arm badly and was quite out of School Coast, being sponsored here by ..
10th when the High
the window feet first. Now he ruary ..... n. bt
Lewis and McMillan. Lewis, time It. Ot course their were plenty of their first concertof Lions Club. Wauchula-250 head of cattle y..s hvMt prl_ llpodal
Glee Club give 1M
the sillnowhe
hanging by
'. and again barely missed ringing other guards, but, sad to say the was the Besides the High I. Marlanna-Martlnvllle Development -I'I'I marketed during recent week by ten a.... t. W..'.P.1RKGISTKRXU eft"'
lIe fall year
+ and got total was gone was falling, Company Marianna, with Carlton Dr thers.PILE. &MB-
, 1, 'r two-pointers only a remainder of the team had laughingly School boys and girls clubs, the
Ing straight as a board-now he
score or 4, tar below his usual av- ambled off to the showers, Glee Club will be on capitalization of $60,000 chartered. DEWITT C. JONES
wasn't. lie was hanging by the High I
erage. McMillan didn't make a and probably most of them were I I
q and the three singing
cornice, three feet to the left 'hf I the program REMEDY FLA.nasHSESSSS.
Jacksonville-Building permits STARKE
point, but his passing game was dressed by now. Then "Nuts' organizations will unite in the selection ,
usual. We're here to the girl. lie, like Mary, had Issued here January 3 totaled $49- Guarantee
good as say Adams the school comic, suddenly be given by the mixed (
caught as he fell he
now was
that "Glenn Mac's"* passwork is got an inspiration. Edward, \ and 750 Ev.ry7tatulbwit pile pip*and.verrBOe
Starke band a
edglng\over to the girl. lie chorus. The box of PAZO OINTMENT .
business bluld- .old by ad
of the most valuable assets to Leesburg new
one who never had the nerve to try ot instrumental soloists Drnnbta with the
by her side-and he could number Understanding that
the team athletics standing silently see ings under construction here. mow will be refunded If It foil
for was to cure
ik what the crowd couldn't. The girl will also be present, affording one Florida Telephones I! any...? of Itching. Blind. Bleeding
When we think that overyone in the sidelines when a few Leesburg Protruding FUem. or r
was as unconscious as a sidewalk. of the best musical programs givenat Why cot '1'JI1t.
r it of the five men who were responsible boisterous boys, in a tussle behind Corporation completes 3 additional SayitwithFloweFlowers /!
She had fainted. the high school for
Yet she hung on, long-distance'''
for that memorable third him, pushed him onto the court copper circuits for
. her fingers forming a deathlikegrip No admission will be charged. AD
considered service between here and Tavares. For |
quarter rally, were once "Nuts" after getting a glimpse of j'

t second string men. we feel like Edward, as he awkwardly stumb- on the edge of the cornice. The school play" Green Stock- Green Cove Springs-Plans under When You
"What was he going to do?
writing poetry. This game saw led amout in his prominent position Ings" to be presented on Feb. 17th. way in Clay county for development Occasions

t them meeting a first class team shonted out: thought the crowd, for they were Is proving to be one of the most of 2 new highways.RHEUMATISM ,I. Feel a Cold -
speechless. lie
without the aid ot any first string "Edward wants to go In for 'em was doing some- enjoyable comedy-drama that I II

, player for the first time. They send him in." thing anyway. lie was hanging : j Gertrude Godbey
t 1 by_ one, hand.____ And___ was__ grasping her I dramatically talented ; Coming
t are a long way from the state of The crowd In a highly humorous n students have ever worked upon. i Anderson

I.It diminishing returns.. They can do mood caught up the Idea and wrist her hands with the other. lIe jerked Two acts have been throughly mastered On I
i nothing but get better and better, shouted for Edward to get In the There they hung, after a series of almost While in France with the American t -

: and as they do, oh, boy! game. Edward was looking about the weight of the two resting entirely nightly practices, and the entire Army I obtained a noted i Phone 39 Waldo PjI

J \ In the Melrose girls, the Whirlwind frlghtendly for an escape, when lie upon Edward's left hand. three acts are expected to be pre- French prescription for the treatment Take I
was bringing his knees
found the most highly rated hard-hearted Joe Carter, assistant -both up now pared for the public eye a week of Rhemuatlsm and Neuritis. laxarrve
' feet
+4 sextet they have met this. year. alternate captain, stepped up. wrists She were against her before the night ot the showing. I have given this to thousandswith

:: These blue clad ladles won the grabbed Edward by the collar was not hanging by wonderful results. The prescription I

game almost entirely upon their roughly shoved him Into a guard's his hands any longer-she was Lake Wales-All grading and cost me nothing. I ask Bromo

r expert defense. Their passing got position and told him to play. Immediately hanging by his feet, her hands. much of claying preliminary to nothing for it. I will mall it If ,

the ball about, but was certalnynot the game continued, and being clasped between his ankles surfacing roads In WaverlyLokeof you will send me your address A Quinine For colds, gJ'1

very swift Their shooting where did the tip-off go to but di- lie was letting her down a human the Hills district north of here

: was nothing wonderful. Bit rectly Into the dazed Edward's chain, some eleven feet long. completed. postal will bring it. Write today. > and flu take

Then some one caught the idea.
"Scootle" Andrews and Ruth hands. A second later he felt a Qulncy-Movement under way Paul On/to, Dept F-53, Brockton,
A ladder
Sternberg, our crack forwards, strong desire to get rid of, it and was placed under them. to induce Gadsden county farmersto Grip Influenza and many: Pneumonia
found themselves Sure, they had a ladder there. The raise plmentoes. MASS. begin as a
up against two so closed his eyes and slung it up common
trouble was that it was too short. cold. Price JJOc.
guards, who besides possessing ex- into the air. The ball went very "
But It wasn't now. One tall boy "*'I__1I 1- ...Hams.ass.tureWWanesWta.aaasla.aWWwWUUwusuawaWlaWWawulWwumaa-- I
tra weight and heights knew their high. but it finally came down "l bear thie Ignatur

" business. The Starke scoring di- and when it did. Its first contact 'clambered up the ladder, stood on
the top rung, stretched I HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE G.YLProuen /? J
: Tided evenly by Ruth and "Scoot- with anything waa the net of Dalton's up grasped rtarr *

le" tells the tale goal. the girl, and Edward's feet

% released her. A moment later Merit since
Melrose brought a fine, clean- Poor Edward. lie did not know Mary a/a
f was on the ground, unhurt and TI1ADa MAllg
playing outfit here and the so
that the noise that followed -was

looks forward to a return game 'because the spectators delight in was Edward. He let go and fell BILIOUS?
some more, only to grab the lad STARKE, FLORIDA
with them.
his amazing luck. To him it was

J' 1 As I an added attraction, Aubrey the Joy of attracting attention. For climbed der and delay down.his descent until he Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies .trons Don't pur.weaken.... Take 70ur Lan.bO..IIII'. PUI..... to

iL it Penney and Gerald Mlddleton favored the first lime In hla ute. As soon FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE ton.. your flyer and at art the bU.
Iffft'fairMiMt Naturally, he was weak, but BOND LIABILITY flo..ln. Fa.1 better right ott. Relieves the cons .
( with an as the ball commenced moving, he
enjoyable entertainment dashed Into( the mlxup (In some plenty, of willing ttaeds kept Rhp ABSV T7118NTa MA0B PROMFTfcT MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE preventaCOnip
legs from giving away Me was In IDI ........ow ....-
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AOT IX DEOtU.D KRC.ILLING OfU KISSING Having Just secured a thirty- Dust and Dirt Never Fly Here lie
IS DIS 1>.VT I KKA1E. \ O.VMF.rt: year franchise for supplying electric --"

Neva of Florida in Short Paragraph/ light and power to the city of While; ."Cellar" Is Being filled
(By Edgar A Guest)
T. Smith prominent ctlsen ot Sanford the Florida Power & Light
'She is very proper now there are
this city is In receipt of the following I furrows in her brow Co., Is making a survey of the local 1'.S.rE "' >s ,

puzzling letter from a cousin gas plant with the idea ot purchase -.. '" 11 "
And her hair is tinged quite visibly ...., ;f.
Live State News I ot his. and he deslrns help in or the operation of the plant ,,: F '"" \. At: < .!Ii,
Interpreting It. with gray for the city for a term of years. t '. od
Mine dear friends And I chuckled as I heard her deploring t .&(. < <,., '.'.,. < 1
as absurd Among the new Industries of the ...#. <';: "v' ',1
I now take mine and ink In .
pen The doings of the youngsters ot state 1 III a stove factory that will .; : )..
hand and write you wld a pencil. today.In soon be established at Ocala. The ., 1 ,
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES Ve do not live where ve used to; ye new factory will manufacture heat 'Ii(, 1I
live where moved I hate to 1'1
ve to.
a manner dignified, she most ers for groves and vegetable fams.It t'.... .
_-..--..-.-..-..-------- say It. but mine friend vot you Is such Industries that will du .,' A I
fluently '''''' '
; : vouce loted so much is gone dead. well In this state manufacturing I
The passing ot the generationold. ,'
ee- An Increase of five I In been carried t. should have been She died at New Monica on New donuuul "I'
lah. articles that have a big local 1
in toll rates over electrocuted many months ago. Year at New Orleans at fifteen I
with the idea of branching
pa :onger And she gave it as her view that !
oridge was granted by t eorge Davis is the negro's name minutes Ins front ot five. Some the things the youngster do out Into other stales when' firmly ,. ,, 1
people thlnK she died of population
,railroad commission In and judgment was pronounced upon Are decidely too brazen and too I'established..
l( "dll:> of de heart. Her Dr gave up all .
The coma him In 1926. He was convicted bold.
d" sued Friday. hopes ot saving her when she I\1laml-Jt'rsey Ice Cream Company .1 ......J.
at of murder. The Information
a ,!, ,mtly held a hearing regarding died, all lu>r health leaked oudt. I Miami\ capitalized at $70- t
of the Tarn,1 the apparent oversight And she said, though not in rhyme, ,
,,, ,niiomplaints' She lofed and leaved a fl\mlly- 1 OuO chartered.Kalford .
Petersburg Bridge com- was received: by Attorney General "Necking parties are a crime.We ,
I si two boys and 2 cows. They found -First unit of Florida'snew
present I III Fred II. Davis from the circuit never acted that way in our
,revision of the
,1-:.,' one million dollars in a bustle; It state penitentiary here will bo I
, nl'"J',, ,, the bridge was nec- clerk for Putnam county. The vas a lot ot money to leave be youth. completed shortly. ,
ic iiuse ot a loss In revenue. ''I clerk inquired as to an appeal sup hind. Our brother Gus took our But I knew her aa a maid; recall DoLand-"DeLand Dally News" ::1..
,posed to have been brought in the ing games we played
dog Fldo down to the sawmill yes campaigning; for setting out 1000
negro's behalf. The I knew that she had wandered
,iin, Florida sugar cane I attorney gen terday to have n Lghl. but he run I additional acres of citrus trees in The United States Navy 'is n tut) t
to cold weathnen eral replied that no such appeal from the truth.
,1 ,'I! olerance against von ot dose big circle saws, Volusla county. and up-to-date housekeeper
. un'vey of the 16-foot cane had been entered. and he only lasted one round. TIVare84'lorldlPublic Service "Coal ship" la a call that onct
Oh, her cheecks went flaming red,
,. showed that not at meant hours ot itrenuous labor lot
,I i9 40 tion I All the Grosenback family have Company milking improvements ,
milk had been damaged Gainesville-When the third de mumps and they aie having a as I lookfd at her and said: to electric distribution system .very gob aboard with the craft '

15. ih recent cold snap.Vhlle'' test cage was opened here this svell time of it. I am sending our "Mary dear with that you can- here. baud valiantly tooting through a dual

wgi'tables, and papaya trees week 2S3 boll weevils were found overcoat by express. In order to not get away.In Winter Haven-New sidewalk pall to rally the spirits of workers and
the frost, the alive from the 1,000 that were put the days which you review musicians The cry la not hoard on "
damaged by save extra charge, I cut off de but being laid on South Sixth street
to local ex- 'In the cage last fall The first many a kiss I gave to you tlU 8 8 Texua. new OngHhip of
,Htie according tons. You will find dem in de between Avenue A and C.
the Atlantic fleet She recently was
a' In those parlor kissing games
had 222 live weevils in It.
than ever as cage
be better I Avon Park-Addltonal land purchased
Will pockets. used to aiade Into an oil burner Fuel cornea
it ""I the cold. I The second cage was opened last Mudder is sausage making; de we play. at cost of $35,000 for ex- aboard quickly, noiselessly and :
I week and contained 277 live wee neighbors; Is hunting for delr dogs. I teiiHlou ot park here.ChlpleY$135.000. cleanly "
lI'Ill11a Ilardee county farm- vils. The tests are being conducted I Just graduated from der college.I To her face there came a grin, aa" contract will The Texas shows the trend of fuel, "
In approxl- by Edgar F: Grossman at the I named "Clap Out! Clap In! election lu the worlds navtea
rt busy putting I took up execution and physical be let shortly for construction of I
Station and be "Post Office' as the games! we "The Cunard Steamship Company's u ,
experiment may
>ottO() acres of torture. I learned to be a sting- new courthouse here.
i used to play. fuel oil bill Is larger than that ot the ;
April and May ships taken as an Indication of a heavy I Job in de livery Winter Haven Building permits 1
Man! !li rafter tew. got a Drlttsh Admiralty, In Itself no small
And I said: "Though older grown, I
Seed and fertilizer dealen infestation during the present stable stlntgratlng down hay to der issued here during 11)27) reached Item." said O. U. Williams, president I
he thinks. Farmers of the let the dreadful truth be known,
the watermelon year !
estimate horses. $423,306. of tho Wllllnma OIl-O-Matlo\ Ileatln
kill total about 500 acres, state generally failed to heed the Louis Kratz was sick. Der Dr. We did our" share ot kissing in Daytona Beach-Halifax district Corporation ot Bloomlngton, 111. "MONO"' MotrNIA/q.n J}

a big acreage ot Irish pota- advice of cotton specialists last fall told him to take something. He our day. public hospital opened to pub world's largest makers of oil burners.Th .
cabbage, squash and other and did not destroy the stalks Immediately vent down de street and met Ikey Madison- Bright tobacco plant lic. I world tonnage ot vessels fitted and ease ot operation of their devloaw
after the cotton was tor oil burning has Increased sine Ship owner are Installing oil burners, ,
will come in for his vatch. Ikey retiHiicolu Dredging 400,000
vegetables Cohen and took ings for season of 1928 I estimated ot
The navies ,
1013. from 1.300.000 tons to 18.300.000tons. for tba same reasons.
This fact further con
share The tomato acreage picked. got him arrested; de lawyer got at 1141 acres.BonlfayDlds. cubic yards around piers owned the world increasingly: are burning
be decreased, local dealers vinces Mr. Grossman that a large de case, but Ikey got der works.Ve received for construction and controlled by Louisville ftNasvtlle "The advantages of fuel oil are Just oil Just aa our representatives at li'
late while other acreages will number of weevils will be present almost have 30 chickens and of Road No. 39. Hall road Company at this as pronounced at sea aa they are on home and In man* foreign countries

creased. this year. a dog. De chickens is laying 0 Hastings-Bids asked for construction place under way.llollywoodNew. land. Home oil burner users writ also report steadily Increasing demand

r I Okeechobee City will start a new eggs a day; der dog is laying behind of county road No. 3 channel being MS about the convenience cleanliness for oil burners." ----.d

ilm Deach--Motorists of Palm tetaol etaoi etaoln der stove. from Flagler County south of here I cut through sandpit from Danla
h will get their thrill Friday dressesfactory manufacture house Ve are having more wedder dls via Hastings to St. Augustine. sound into ocean near Miami. Hastings--Work begun on $40- Tampa-$125,000 new Masonlo
beauties clad factory to had last, Farmers here show- 000 addition to Hastings high Temple to be erected shortly for
11 nine bathing dresses and princess slips. Such dls year than ve year. Fort Meade-Right of way secured Lake City-
ne piece pathlng suits patrol- add much to the industrial Dere is a lot uv peoples dying for new state road leading: Ing interest In Pimento pepper I school. Tampa Masons.Lawtey .
's helmets and wearing shining a factory of Okeechobbee City around here vot nefer died before.I out of here to Hardee county line, growing. Ht. Petersburg-Boyer & Bayardot -J. H. Moore ot this

[ages direct trainee on down- life With do vlsh you were here so ve Luravllle-Drew Cold Storage I St. Augustine New Fuller- St. Petersburg, with capitalization place received $667 net receipt ,

,. streets, while new's reel cam- and povjer surrounding and light available country.from the I could be closer apart. I am awful plant opens here. wood school under construction. ot $30,000 charaterod. for 712 quarts ot strawberries. ,

the for north- slnse ve vere separation ,
'len record scene utility companies and longer day lonesome.. u. ... .. .,:
'consumption. The city mana- win write aa --
nope you;
togetner. .
light hours, little heat in the win ,
and chief ot police gave their ter to think about and with pleas soon as I did. I remain here.
oval to the plan and added such factories Your cousin,
ant surroundings I :
a riot squad would be in ree Flor- FRITZY. ) 1
all over
spring up
will soon
; In rase traffic directed by the P. S.-I vould send you dot $Ii .

one (ops became unwieldy. ida. vot I owe you, but I have already .

The Johnson Cutlery Works is I sealed der letter and can't get In. \

ilaml- -Pleading guilty to'a a new Industry recently established Palmetto News. fia'I

ge of sending threatening Wauchula to manufacture I I

munlcatlons, Roger Lewis 28,, knives of all kinds and distribute FKI KR.\IJ STUDY>u\:HKItllY:HERB"POMI3S"TO ", n ,

rblcago!; last Tuesday was sen- same to all parts of the country. ::1,_ .

ed in criminal court to serve The new factory will employ about Plant City, Feb. 3.-Dr. G. Gal- ,. r
-year sentence. lie admitted ten hands at the beginning of operations of the
loway and Dr. I). H. Rose, 'j
to extort $500 from Dr and will add another pay ;
mptlng United States Department of Agriculture .. ,;'. 'j' '. .
'. Campbell, dentist, bats > roll Wauchula's growing list. '
MiamI ;, are In Plant City for ,, :, 1" "I I'bmtteaJ
to kidnap, criminally' at \
and dismember the dentist'sarol The South Florida Fair and Gas- some time, to make a study of .' '..'. '

,> ,1 daughter unless.his de- parllla Carnival opened at Tampa strawberry transportation has invented prob ''hilifanuj
Tuesday of this week and will lems. Dr. Galloway
id was met.. He was arrested on refrigerators ,
of "pony"
for this and next week and three1 new types ,\
detectives on watch when rut open
these are being subjected
management is making prep and '
to recover the decoy package I arations the for a record breaking to exhaustive experiments i 1 1'I

"isited H crowd. The South Florida Fair is to determine their availability. The .

of the principal attractions of studies have to do particularly .. ?leitaI
batd one
Bruised and !
aim Beach
-- ot '
visitors as with the thermal conductivity
for the winter ball'I'
and with most ot his clothing: the state
of flow ot
the rate
local patronage ana Is a the boxes--or ,, ,
i from his body, a middle aged l. big well compendium as of fruits and heat through the box. While here rlt It ,
In the poi -
'per sought their headquarters
livestock showing they are making
of vegetables bu.t,
i station Thursday, at the strawberry evperlment-
what Florida can raise.
,13 that rum runners sought tc'ther at Springfield, '
al laboratory
maltreat him for attempt Winter Park--New Baby Grand where plant disease studies are being
to pilfer liquor stores. Joe GorE I Theater formally opened. carried forward by Dr. A. N. are

Irlng at police headquarters; High Springs Chamber of Brooks, ot the state agricultural 8 'I
::1 I officers a tale of having beet Commerce here reorganized. department's forces. 011'es
ten and ducked until he wa:!I Wauchula461 cars of citrus ",, '*4'1

onncloua because he was unable I fruit shipped from 5 local packing Ocaia-Marlon county sells $1- t"
i ell the smugglers where ther
: portion of their cached liqIn .. ,,) ,( ;
had gone to. )

'allaltassee Co-operation of .. IveUfUeDc"-/

state department of agriculture SAFE Oil.
ringing a colony of Germans to Maintenance : :

He upon Florida soil has been The and: ''
.'J by the Deutsches Echo a 1 -

imi publication. German farm- Built Into !>
are desirous of coming to this Is

ntry the publication says and M:
>rts will be made to bring them '
![j A T
Florida. A. \V. Partak, editor Concrete

the Deutsches Echo, recently .C'T G'asolz"ne '
it, to Sarasota to confer with : II' I ho

ilowners and "publlc- plrlted Streets ; 0 \
/cn regarding the proposed

"iilzatlon. In that section, the J

nmunlcatlon. .stated.. When the street in front of your home .

-anford Judge Wallace Wiht < "c* place of business is paved, you naturally

( of the circuit court for the want to be sure that the pavement o Today's motors demand themMANY .tb

nt. -third pudlclal circuit, will the satisfactory and
chosen will be most
iv>r one of the principal ad-
before the Florida State economical that money will buy.

*a association, which will hold
Before decide this important mat
innual convention at Lake you

>rth, April 26, 27 and 28,An it was in- ter, investigate thoroughly the investment ....... oils on the mar- the hottest friction spots
rned last Wednesday. oi portland cement
'tlon' asking Judge Wright to advantages .
today can't stand in motor.
ik to members of the press was Concrete Pavement.Be .

"ntly 1th. publisher extended by of Mrs.the Lucille Lake sure you know what a standard the gaff in modern high.. Your car will also perform I ,, .

mh Herald and president of the Concrete Pavement is. You can recognize

loolatton. The subject of the it by the pleasing light gray color.It speed motors. Don't take better with clean Pan-Am ;[ S ,

[Iress Press will to the be Courts."The Relation" of is made of a definitely proportioned costly chances. It's so easy gasoline. This gasoline is : j

broken ..
sand and pebbles or
mixture of "

Tallahassee with the -Interstate-Proceedings Commerce istltu- stone, held together by that tenacious to protect your car by ask. refined with: unusual care ,a Itt'i'

nmlsslon seeking a revision, of binder, portland cement. ing for Pan-Am motor oil. to remove carbon-form )

and articles will be heard by Our boohUt Roof ttllt many InUrtttint things about. This oil is safe. It is refined ing elements and dirt.
'!ph E. Eastman, commissioner Ctmcrttt' Strut Writ UiU cffk* 'for your cop, rwilJt

the Interstate Commerce Corn- from base crudes That cleaner mo
union, and Examiner Archer, at c.PORTLANDCEMENTASSOClATlON paraffin means a

lando illroad, Commission March 12, has the been Florida ad- that produce a tougher oil. tor-less carbon trouble ,;.

'd. The hearing Is the after- 521 Graham BuildingJACKSONVILLE

th of a revision of such rates FLA. That's why it will protect added power. .,

{' the southeast, although Flor-
retained the same charges up &f National Organitationto .

SO miles state commission 0- Improve and Extend the UK of Concrete ,. -. ;

1s explained. "
Olllces la 33 CltUs 4 --,

allahassee _A negro has Just Tan fmerican Petroleum Corporation L
n found In the Putnam county --

wbo. if a court Judgment had f


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__ _! i : :: : as How to Play regular meeting of the Wa

I man's Club was held Wednesday
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; ; afternoon at the clubhouse.
W! / comprised The first a business part of session.the meeting Mrs. CHEERFYfr: : SER VIAL

} O. M. Inman, president of the club
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5JaZ-so by was In the chair. The chairmanof .

r I Phone 29 2 Wynne Ferguson finance, Mrs L. F. Smith said

Ce the dab needed money and sug- I. "

,, l l I' L Author 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE gested an out-door carnival and

GIUKI'-IS-MACI>0\Vii.L: wt-t.: Alit4. MII>I>MTO.Y: circus as a means of raising mon-
h DING L.\II': ItCTMCIt; HXTIJUT.U.VH: : Copyright 1927.by Hoy IP. Jr. ey. She asked the cooperation of

a the club and expressed a wish that '. >
}V i a Lake nuu-Fb.;;:: 4.-Char- Mrs. W. E. Middleton was hos ARTICLE No. 17 the ladles of the club meet with "

u notarized by simplicity and quiet tees at a lovely party In honor of There are still many players who prefer a no-trump to a suit bid. but this kina her In the near future to make

the local doctors' and druggist oi bidding gets them Into trouble BO often that sooner nr later they are bound to further plans Mrs: J. S. Butler ; '
Dorothy: reform In the following example hand both A and B were at fault, and as a gave a splendid report of the trl- Service that is cheerful as well as ',\ il-:
,I MacDowell, acrond daughter wives at her !home Saturday. result they lost a big game and rubber: county Federation meeting heldIn

I.f of Dr. and Mrs. E.: A. MacDowel Pleasant sewing and conversation Hearts-8 Hearts-A, K, 10, 7,3ClubllK.J Lake Butler. Two new mem- ing because we are pleased to have ,IoU,

of Lake Butler, to Mr. Orville J. was enjoyed throughout the : Y s Clubs-2 bers, Mrs. II. C. Wall and MissMargaret
Diamond! K 20l9,4 : A Bt Diamonds-A. 10,7,4,3 Long, were admitted to call upon us.
Grima was celebrated at the homeof day and at noon Mrs. Middleton Spades -A, Q : Z t Spades K, 9 the club. It was announced that
the bride's parents, at 8 o'clock ,served a delicious buffet luncheon. .
the election of officers will bo heldat

Wednesday evening In the preeI j Mrs. E. S. Matthews presided over I No score, rubber "game. Z dealt and and your partner to arrive at the best the March meeting. Mrs. W. E. We feel deeply our responsibilit: ',, I
I once of a gathering of clone I the coffee'' and tea and otherwise pasted.! A has a good all around hand bid of twenty-six cards rather than ol. Butler and Mrs. W. E. Middleton 41

friends and relatives of the two assisted Mrs. Middleton in looking I sufficiently strong to justify a notrumpbid thirteen the object of all sound bid- I were nominated to represent the and to the community and sek in
farallleH. (I ; but the singleton heart Is a danger ding.Such bids are termed ntreductory Starke Club at the State Felera- you
after the pleasure of her guests. A clever with a set-up or Approaching bids.
The lower floor of the home was I spot.
opened en &suite and the drawing On the plates were placed nUrncI heart suit and the opening: lead would The following.tramples were given as tlon meeting to be held Parliamentary every way to provide safety and t II,
i Gables, March 20th-23rd. -
I pass a no-tri'mp bid and proceed to problems in the preceding article:
o., room was transformed Into a bower live Valentine favors. make his heart suit A's best bid with drill under the directionof sound business and financial ad
bf beauty with decorations of I Invited to enjoy the hospitality; this hand is one club, but being one of Answer to Problem No. 17 the legislative department was give

southern smilax. bamboo and narclsbl. of Mrs. Middleton were the follow- those players who always: bid notrumpin Hearts- 10, 8, 6, 2 carried out.
An Improvised altar was arranged to suit bid he bid one Clubs- vice. .
Ing: Mrs. E, I.. Blxga, Mrs. J. S. preference a Q. 10,9,4Diamonds At the close of the business, Mrs.D. .
% before the double window no-trump. Y how bid two spades and -8, 7,2
.g chairman of music,
Dutler. Mrs. W. E. Butler, Mrs. C.
of the drawing room and there the thus gave B a chance to make a mis- Spades J, 8
assembled for the H. Marks, Mrs. J. J. marriage party
a Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. E. S. B's hand Is very strong but contains : Y t was given by talented artists from ,

dt ceremony. 'Matthews, Mrs. G. C. Conger, Mrs. only one stopper in spades. On the other : A B : the Jacksonville College of Music
Prior to the a nuslcal '
ceremony W. B. Parks and Mrs. Irene WillsroNTKIlTTOMfJHTAT hand, U holds a very strong heart suit, t Z : Introducing the talent. Highest
program was given by MmU. I I -- one that will well justify a three heart commendation and thanks are extended -
}lj O. Lee wh6 played two vlolli is much sounder than the
: HlOIt bid. This bid
No score, rubber game. l If Z dealt, bid for the beautiful program -
numbers, Traumerl and MacDow- two bid. However, B was another
? one club and A passed what should Y rendered.
T1'' ell's To a Wild Rose, with Mini player who had no use for the do with the foregoing; hand? Y should Refreshments were served at the I
Vivian Fowler as accompanist at suit bid, so he bid two no-trump. Z and There is
The n. 1[. S. Glee clubs includIng At pass. no obligation to bid impressed close of the afternoon by the hos
passed but Y bid three spades.
the Promptly to the strains) the of the original
phi no. the Girls', Boys' Club and Jun upon partner
this point, B began to realize that teases
club bidder unless he has
Mendelssohn a justifiablebi'l
of the wedding march from lor High chorus and assisted by haps Y had a pretty good hand an.1tholt .
and Y's hand is too weak for
the bridal party descended any OF
1 the band under the direction of a singlo stopper In spades wasn'i such action in this case. BANK
the stairway. The bride's only Mr. Bert Jackson will give a concert enough to insure game at no-trump, WEATHER REPORT

attendant was Mrs. William Asa tonight, Feb. 10th, at 8:00 find for that reason it would be better Answer to Problem No. 13 HONOR
t'' Hunter, formerly Miss Margaret o'clock in the high school audi- to try for game in hearts. So B bid lour Hearts-10 Weather report for week ending ROLL OF

Ferrait of Kustls, a recent bride. torium. hearts. Z passed and A now had apre'ty Clubs-J, 10, 2 Feb. 8th, 1928, Southern Forest E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, ( ashier
Y The bride wan accompanied to the I No charges for admission but a puzzle heart to it solve only a Diamonds K, Q, 4, 3 Experiment Station Starke branch.

alter and given in marriage by her free-will offering will be asked to Unglvton that he and his was partnet practically couldn'tgo certain Spades-Q, 10,9,6,4 Date Max MIn Preclp.

brother John Austin MacUowell of defray the and to pur- in hearts. lie now for the first Feb. 1 73 47 .00

j Orlando. The groom was attended chase new music.expense time game noticed his long club suit, so he : Y : Feb. '2 69 42 .00 i ....._______.__'_._ ._ _____.__. '

by Harold 1 Wall of Starke as I Mrs. Mabel Wall, director. decided to try for a game in clubs, iA B t Feb. 3 72 47 .00 .
best man. The beautiful ring bidding five. Of course, A should have : Z : Feb. 4 74 50 .00

L ceremony was Impressively performed II. Y. I'. V."What's. bid four no-trump but he lost his cour Feb. 5 74 61 .00 .....................c booking several orders ror full|.
bi E by the father of the bride,, age. Y passed and B was now in a hopeless No score, rubber game. If Z dealt, bid Feb. 6 71 61 .00 delivery

r P Dr. Ii:. A. MacDuwell, assisted by all this I hear about ,, position.With only a singleton club, one club and A passed, what should Y Feb. 7 65 51 .01 : HIGHLAND : Mr. and Mrs. Ira it.otto. ,
.I he knew that he and his partner were do with the foregoing hand? In this .
Ml.. M. 13. Hick. Cur.
W. Lamar of Atlanta life- Y. P. U. at the Baptist 8 64 .00 South Vienna .
Dr. A the Ii Feb. and
lost, but he had no way to get out. All hand, Y should bid one spade. If Z has i iiarrti!
long friend of the family I church" That is what we overheard passed and Alo t their contract by a sound club bid, Y-Z should easily i.................... Springfield Ohio arm .1 i jot[ (

The bride wore lovely period someone say the other day three tricks-all because they! bid no- make one or more spades: thus Y'I Total rainfall ___________ .01 for a few days vlsli' > '* ?.
gown of white taffeta, made bouffant ;-and our only answer Is, Come in preference to their much spade. bid is more than justified. Mr. and Mrs. E. Prevatt were i Wimberly and famlh '"%ti; ba',

and carrleu u er bouquetof and See. We think that will be sounder suit bids. The lesson to be learned from these Arthur Williams has started remodeling visitors to Starke Monday. been on a motor trip n J ,O'er'',

bride's ruses and lilies of the proof enough. So come and convince The proper bidding of these two hands is that no bid is justifiable whichis of the Magnolia Hotel on I Rev. L. E. Mosefey of Jacksonville state and especialh i I''gel .
hands is as follows: Z A club based entirely partner's bid. the old front being
+ The inuld-of-honr, Mrs. pass, one upon Walnut street, ,
valley. In the
,I yourself.Last Y one spade, B: two hearts. Z A There must be some cards in one's own replaced by a brick and concrete held services at the Baptist fishing lakes n mi Orh,
modish had
Hunter, wore a period Sunday evening we Y three and B hand bas!. for the bid otherwise do.
two no-trump, spades, as a : Mr. Williams plans',' considerable church Sunday morning.
J gown of old blue taffeta and velvet forty-four young people present. three no-trump.All pass. With this bidding there could be no such thing as informatory porch. Miss E. Ricks and u Gr:
+ and carried a bouquet of American Just as interesting a program was A-B would have scored game and bidding. Each bid should alterations to the buildIng Misses Lillian and Dora Chitty, were visitors to Sta' urn

I, beauty roues.Immediately I I rendered as the Sunday before and rubber easily. Study this example hand give information as to the holding and In the near future.COLUMN. visited relatives in Jacksonville M. J. Austin, und "I Web!

y following the ceremony best of all a very interesting program very carefully and try to prefer the not simply repeat or follow partner'i I Tuesday. Jacksonville were tm :-b.
I,+ an Informal reception was with something "new" is becoming suit bid to the no-trump especially if bid without any justification one's I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grader of ness here TuesdayMrs.

held and the young!: couple l left for by Mlag the hand contains a singleton void own cards. Columbus, pa., stopped by enroute
Ing planned N. T. Green mi 1'' uV,
Twontorthe suit. This often that freak hand offers A :
I It is GENT
preference not a
: Miami for with II. C.
to visit
Jacksonville from which place they much WORD a ,
I I Shepard and Group the no-trump will give youua much of a problem in the play but hens M'Mrs. Sta ke, spelt TueiU' 'ere.
Wlmberly'and Mrs. O.
went for a brief honeymoon trip Sunday.
relatives.Mr. .
I I.better opportunity to size up your op one from England that is tie ex-
Orlflls Is an attractive and I: Come and be convinced! {ponent's hands and thus enable you ception: Gribble accompanied them from ; and Mrs. I. Robbiiu tin
accomplished young woman. She e I here and will make a month's! visit C. Wimberly, Miss Beth Wlmbt!'
is descended from well-known I'AKKNTTK.irilKUS'.ISSOCIATIO.V: : : I Problem No. 19 SEED PEANUTS FOR SALKNorth before returning. and Earl Harris motored to L|

South Carolina families from J I learts none Hearts- 10.9, 8, 7, 6, 4 C. M. Griffis was a business vis- Florida State Farm ai Rail

which state she came with her parents Clubs-A : Y : Clubs-none Carolina running peanuts itor to Starke Tuesday.

& several years ago to Eustls: ,'I The P. T. A. held their regular Diamonds-7,5,4,3 : A ( B : Diamonds-f. QJ,10,9,8,6 grown in Georgia at $5.00 Mr. Hundley of Starke, was here Tuesday. -

when her father became pastor meeting Saturday afternoon at the Spades K.J,8,6S.4,3,2 : Z : Spades ;-- hundred pounds freight paid to Monday exhibiting one of the new Lake Worth-Tree* mil rtr.

'. _I of the First nuptial church of Eus- ,I high school: auditorium. The folow- your station. White Spanish f 6.76 Ford cars and was fortunate In bery being planted in ireenlcr1 ; -
i tln. She is a graduate of the Eus- Ing program was rendered before No score rubber game. Z dealt, bid hand with the six of diamonds. On this delivered. Write for special cata-

E ';+ tilt High school and attended Wla- the business session of the meeting one heart A bid three spades Y four trick,Y seven: and Z the ace log. Baby chicks for sale. Ralph 1
throp colette. Hock Hill S. C. was held: clubs and B four diamonds. Z now bid of spades. What deductions should B Ga. 2-3-41. The Cream!
I Douglas
Mr. Unfits Is a native of Starke Recitation Lines on Little five clubs A five diamonds, Y six clubs I make from the bidding and the cards Griffin. ,
w'lde circle George Washington, A. Z. Adkins, and B six: diamonds. Z doubled and all i played on the first two tricks and then FOR SALE OR RENT-Unfur-
? and very popular a Jr. S. L. Alvarez McKay Johnson, passed. Z opened the king of hearts how should he plan the play so a, to I II
of friends lie wan graduatedfrom I nished house acres
Olive which B trumped inA's hand with the make six odd? > of the
i the Starke High school and Julian crime, pupils of MIss| trey of diamonds Y playing the five of The solution of this Interesting problem land on Lafayette street. Easy

J yr attended the state university at Ray. hearts.. B now led the deuce of spades I and the hands of Y-Z will be givenin terms on a sale or reasonable
141' Gainesville. He Is a member of 0 I Song-Hold Thou My Hand, Glee from A's hand, trumping in his own the next article. rental. Fruit trees all kinds on

the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He Club girls. -- place. James Lamb, Starke. 2- TobaccoCrop
Reading-Native Birds Louise -I
recently resigned a responsible position 3-2t
i. + with the Seaboard railway I II
t, to take charge of the Lake Duller' Address-Dr. Tucker. Dr Tuck : : New Garden and Field Seeds at

Motor Company as manager and or had for his subject, "Discipline"and I Miss Merwyn Jackson delightfully White's. l-27-4t. ,

p part owner. On their return the he spoke very effectively, I entertained members of the The Guild-auxiliary of the St, FOR SALE-20 acres good land

a I .young couple will make their home bringing in both the parents' andtenchers' D. N. C. club at the home of Mr. Mark's, church met with Mrs. R. 2 1-2 miles northwest of Law- 1tOwtZ
I of view on this S
here. I points and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Tuesday S. Carleton at the rectory Monday tey, very reasonable. Write

The ont-of-lown guests for the subject evening. afternoon. Floyd Ball, Grand Rapids Mich.
Mrs. W T. Bruce an I I Instrumental solo-Thinking
wedding were Ave., R. It. 11. 2-10-2t
aunt of the bride and John Austin Thee Thelma Andreu. The rooms were attractively decorated Business or the guild was attended -

Inc /I MacDowell of Orlando Dr. A. w.1 I The president Mrs. E. M. Rooks with cut flowers and' :rii. to, and plans for the benefit FOR RENT 4 room house.

and Mrs.' had charge of the business session. card party at the clubhouse Starke Fin.
,, Lamar of Atlanta Mr. Sewing was enjoyed during the Sterl Courtney, 8
: Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Under discussion was a campaignplanned" Thursday night were discussed. 1.102t
Harold .
evening ana at the clone, a prize
to be put on by the 8tUI The Thimble Circle of the aux-
of Starke.
r ; t 4 Bill Epperson' I I dents. In order to create a well- given by Mr. George Harnsbergerwhich iliary will meet with Mrs. C. A. BROODER FOR SALE-500 chic ..

1., )!nH. HTKIIMIKKU: : "'::l TI.n-: organized and attended P. T. A., proved to be a most adorable Futch Monday afternoon, Feb. capacity, $100, nearly new.Wood's < '

_.. TAINH AFTKUNOOX; 1UHIX1KMm. I each student is to have parents orla doll, was presented to Miss 13th. Poultry Farm Starke 4fLuckies never cut 'x
...:....:-- I I parent attend the meetings and Ethel Griffin for accomplishing the Attending the meeting were: Fla. 1* I mywind"saysBillyBurch

.. ; N. Sternberg entertained, credit for this attendance is to be most sewing during the evening.Mrs. Mesdames O. L. Beasley, C. A. '
.' members of the Afternoon Bridge' given to the class of which he Is a C. S. Llndaey of Wlnston- Flitch Q. M. Slstrunk J. C. Hoover FOR QUICK SALE-160 white .. :

4 club at her attractive home on Water member The room or class hav- Salem N. C., was the honor guest C. II. Marks R. J. Davis W. Leghorn pullets 9-months old. of

,; street with a delightful party ing the largest percent In propor- Miss Jackson served a delicious E. Butler Wi T. Fincher, E. A. heavy layers and in fine healthy Captain N.Y. YR ,

fti Friday afternoon.The tion will be given as a prize some chicken salad course with sandwiches Towle and Edwin Southers., condition. $1.25 each for all Hockey Team ><

Valentine Idea was carried ( object that they most need for olives, potato chips stuffed '' or $1.50 each in small lots. H. J. ,
In the decorations dates and tea.Enjoying Clear water-llulley's 5-10 & 25c Cox Lawtey. Fla. It*
oft effectively their classroom.The .
i of the rooms and Valentine tallies I I ways and means of making the evening were: Stores, Inc., Clearwater, with capitalization SALi--Blngle omb 'Rhode "I can't afford to take

directed the players to their placesat school accreditedwas Misses Ethel Grub Margaret of $150,000 chartered. FOR
the grammar : Kentucky
: hatching eggs chances with
Long, Florence Matthews Myrtice l\Ionticello--Solid carload of Island any
forr my
.. the three tables arranged also brought up at this meet setting of 16,
Jackson Sarah Malpas and Madge pecan trees shipped to Oklahoma strain $1.50 per
r cards. ing. More books and especial L. B. physical condition. '
totaled at Mtddlton and Mesdames J. M. by Simpson Nursery Companyhere. or $5 per 100. Robin ,
t When the scores were books are needed for each room. !
Mitchell and C. S. Lindsey. ., Starke. That's I stick
the end of the games Mrs. U. F. In order to bring this about. Plans why to

Demorest proved to be winner of for determining: the books needed :MKTIIOIIIST. : --)IIS-IS.\ltY- 'latlalllaualaYAIMAlIII111tlualuuuuYYIII111uutl11YdII11111u. III1III'IIItIlDlItllI.' aW1a1 YNNIYXaJauYPCAKE Lnckies. In addition

r high score and was given a dainty I and also for making houseto. dl'BILEE:

:j z hand-embroidered gown. Mrs. J. house canvass by parents of children to the pleasure I get i '

,.,- s. Butler made second high and from each room were discus .The year of Jubilee has come
received a box of beautiful Imported II fine flavor :'
sed.The for the Missionary Society of the AND BREAD ,
w handkerchiefs. !' principal thing to be desiredat Methodist church. South. The they have never cut
Heart-shaped candles were on mothers '
the meeting was more birth and progress was'the topicof
the tables during the games and iIn; attendance and It Is hoped that the local society at the church my wind to any no-
at the close of the afternoon Mrs.' the next meeting which will be Monday afternoon. DISPLAYWe
served her guests a delicious -I ticeabledegree.Finallyt -
Sternberg 1 held the first Friday In March The dedication of $300 the savings -
salad course with hot choc will be enthusiastically attended.
of lifetime of. a woman who I never suffer with
1 .
olate and whipped cream.
earned 50c per week, was the be.
Enjoying thin delightful MIISS1OV\UY: CIKCI.K: sudden
nrter-I' ginning. The annual Income to coughing
J noon were: Mesdames MKKTIMIS; : date is approximately one million will have of line of cakes
Walnwrlgbt, O. M. Inman. J. K.Corpenlng J. dollars. Preceding this a display our which might be very
C. The Four Circles of the Wom i
A. Z. Adklns. J.
study the Jubilee hymn was and bread at the M-C dangerous for '
Robinson O. L. Beasley, O. L. en's Missionary Society of the First sung egg on Saturday me
fl and business and devotionals
Haynes, J. S. Butler, R. F. Demurest Baptist church will hold their con- when there's
ducted by the president Mrs. A. invitedto a scram*
at You cordially
C. A. Knight, ,V. E. Butler, regular meeting Monday afternoon, our bakery. are
and Miss Mable Weller. Feb. 13th at 3 o'clock: Circle Wood. Bible subject "Fasting and ble on the ice."

Number One of which Mrs. J. M. Sabbath Abservance." look our products over and to give them a

; LADIKS': AU.XILI.tllV Brownlee is leader will meet at the Mrs. J.V.. White was appointedto

MKKTINO; home of Mrs. C. A. Knight Circle write the history of the local trial. You will be pleased with them. A44.L"It's
society The slogan for the Jobl-!
f Number Two Mrs. O. P. Raymond -
lee year la, "Every Woman In the
The' Ladles' Auxiliary of the
leader will meet at the parsonage -
church held their Church: a Member." All new mem.
; Circle Number Three Mrs.J .
regular monthly meeting Tuesday, L. SIlcox. leader, will meet at bers gained this year will be recorded -

Feb. 8th, at the home' of Mrs. R. the home of :Mrs. II. B. Wiggins: as "Jubilee. Members." QUALITY BAKERY toasted

t t F. Clark. Plans were made for Circle Number Four Mrs. W. J. Winter Garden Deposits at

.a silver tea to be held at the home Epperson leader, will meet'at'the first National Bank of Winter

of'Mrs. Jobn Uglowj'Thursday' iom/ of Urrs. J.'J.:' Lamb. All m m- [Garden Increased -$25,000 daring
ternoon at 3 16th. : :No1
o'clockvP'eb. are urged to attend. past htoat-Irritating-Nh
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II iIp411 I week at the home ot his sisters of. Mrs. Shank's mother, Mrs.'! R.

;1 Misses Addle and Rosa Baisden.Joe L. Lewis. I 1\1

Bits of Edwards haa been spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth I Goff
past two week In Jacksonville and children, Shirley and William. ? ,

nerving on the petit jury (in the Jr., of Arcadia, are visiting Mr. "' It- c ,

Nevis'' United States court.J. Struth's parents, Air. and Mrs. W. I you are a, careful and thrifty I

1 G. Alvaret of Jacksonville It. Struth._ I 1(1 L-4 shopperif if you want the very best f frp, .
has been visiting his grandmother, MM! .'I'ederlka"btruth the r- \ at the lowest possible price-trade 'I
Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs. Lalla n. Chase, for several latter part of the week in Jacksonville I here For we carry only the choicest ;

Progress of the County and Town. days with her brother-in-law and j1 r, grade of fresh Groceries. They are

sister Mr. and Mrs.\ W. Laurie Ed- 'J ,
Miss Grace Wood, who is a member wards. always wholesome, appetizing and ,

nu""..".IPInYIIIInIIItrIIIIgApIIWleatapAaeral4SUlll.blayalalwla.."" ''_' '' '..__'_._...... .._.._ .1 of the Lawtey school faculty, satisfying. And we guarantee quaII !-

l; II of Lawtey, was a Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver ot spent, Mr.the and week-end Mrs. A.with Wood her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. C. IIolllnKS- I icy, economical prices, and good ser-
worth had at their guests Sunday. '
..1' to Starke. Booker, were visitors lu Stniko Mrs. llolllngaworth's brother and 1l 'vice. Whether you come in to our

-.-- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Hlster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I : / store or phone us your order, you

ray] of Jacksonville, and children, of Palatka, were Cellon of Gainesville. \ will always get the best for less.
in. Starke Tuesday. State's Attorney II. V. Knight;: guests at the home of C(>I. W. T.

was attending to professional Weeks Sunday. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and '--!'

,r:;,' ,,11 lot Baldwin, was a business in State's Attorney and Mrs. II, V. ,
n ii ke Wednesday Macclenny Friday. :\fl'. and Mrs W. T. Holzendort Knight attended the Saturday eve- I Specials Friday And Saturday I

Dr. and !Mrs. S. of Palatka, have been visiting his ning's entertainment of the Florida _. .
A. -'-' -- -- -- -
-- -- ------ -- --
,II'' \vhltten of nalford, llussey of parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. llolt- Chautauqua lu Keystone i I

"n Starke Thursday. Newberry S. Carroll, Tuesday,were guests of Dr. B. zendorf, in Starke for several days. Heights. Compound Lard Per pound 15c

afternoon I . ._
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Smith Mr. and :Mrs. A. M. Hodgson of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. flitch of the
tl? \i U. H. of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Llmbaiigh P.ilatka were guests of her par state farm, former residents of ( No. 1 Can 3-Minute Oats Van Camp's Asst. Soup

v visitors in Starke and children of the state farm, ents. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Starke, are receiving congratulations -I 7.3' I

were visitors In town Monday. several days of last week. upon the arrival of a daughter cans 21c 3 pkgs. 25c PercanlOcFULL

: February 7th. __ _h ._ .. __
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Holstein< and : 1..
in ,
Miss Ethel I '
n 'MI> J. E. Corpening Griffin spent the week son, D. C., of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Damon Mrs CREAM CHEESE Per pound 36c ."
end in Jacksonville' the guest of guests at the home of Mrs. Lila Anna Murrhee, Mrs. Alice Lang-'l II
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Griffin last Thursday.Mr. ---- .
Griffln. ford aud Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kil- ----- -- - -- T !
ha MII George W. Roberts gore were visitors to Gainesville HIS ll POTATOES Horsford's Ilread Prep Rumford Making II;
') \r..rF guests of Dr. and Dr. I). S. Carroll spent Friday and Mrs Ed Burnsed and recently, and also enjoyed a fish i i Firm arationllozpkg18c Powder t'o I Ii

QI I,'-l Sunday and Saturday In Gainesville at- his mother. Mrs. Mary IlurnHed, of fry at Plnkoaon' Springs. Fancy JI"
tending a dental clinic. Jacksonville, attended the funeralof 10 Lbs. 32c Lb. can 29c fiJ
irHorge and Lucian Haz- Newn Jones In Starke Friday Mrs. W. <1. Powell and daughters
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,) iKi'i" were business vlsl- M. Luck of the state farm, wasa Mrs. Lawrence Adams and j
\vn., Monday.erhTt business visitor in Starke 'Saturday Messrs. George Harnsberger, Miss Annie Powell of Jacksonville 1 J
Charlie Scruggs; Aubrey Penney were guests Wednesday of Mrs. SALT pound I

( Hart of'Hampton !und Comer Long were visitors to Powell's brother, J.V.. Andrews, .
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iv>;ek-end with her par- henry Clay Crawford, Jr., of Jacksonville Sunday. Sr. Kent Cane Sugar SIIRKDDKR Pork Sausage in Oil
-1 _
and Mrs. 3, C. Manning. Tallahassee
was a visitor in Mrs. L. E. Moseley and children Mrs. E. M. Johns returned Tuesday : 25tl J
Starke Saturday.A. 15 Lbs $1.00 2 Pkgs. ( Per Lb. 25c !
III) Mrs N. Sternberg and of Ualford, were In Starke Mon- night from Baltimore where
day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. ..... .
(tuth. Lillian and Ben, K. Carrantzas of Jacksonville, she has spent the past two weeks -- --- ---------- -- -- -'-- ---- --

iurta\ \ In Jacksonville. was transacting business in Starke C. Manning with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Tuesday.Col. J. Griffin. Baston's Mayonnaise or Relish :?; ;iiie; 10c

hd Mrs P. S. McMillan and Mr.: and Mrs. C. L. Hodges and ___ I
Mr. and M vs.' Jack Morrison of Mrs. W. M. WImberly and lit-
flee llenry were visitors Joe 11111 Williams of Lake '
Cut TenderString
tin Macclenny.( were guests of Mr. tle daughter, Freddie, of I'owSlokl 'iis
Sunday. Butler, was among the visitors to BaldwllI'l Octagon Soap or Aunt Jemina Yellow orWhile
Starke Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs. II. B. Wiggins Sunday. spent Wednesday at the Ileann2cans25c

[Long was attending ton her parents, Mr. and! Mrs. A. ders MealGrits
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wiggins and H'I
( Lake Butler several .
Catherine Teare and Mrs.
daughter, Mary, were visiting Mrs.Wiggins' lOc
I week. .
A. A. Smith of visitors 6 for 25c
Lawtey, were -- -- -- --
Mr. J. H. Hodges
; father, If you want the best iu Groceries
to Starke Tuesday.Dr. .
[Alvarez of Green Cove in Hampton Sunday; afternoon. |Western Meats, Fresh Fish, and I CK1SCO --- ttlI
visit the East End Grocery ---'--- -.- ---- 6-Pound $1.29 Gibb's Brand Apple
!pent the week-end with W. D. Brinson of Baldwin, Oysters can
rr A L.. Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan and "The Best for Less,'' Why WESSON OILPintcans27c 65c Jell
business :
was a visitor In town visitors to 3'pound can __ 0 !/
Jacksonville, were
---- pay
Wednesday. J. (I. Alvarez of I 11-2-pound can1pound Me
E H. Smith and J. L. their nephew 9c Glass
Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins 23c
,rc lu JckHonville on busi- Levy Canova ot Jacksonville, ; I can
I motored to Macclenny Wednesday ,
day, afternoon. the .j
spent week-end with his mother I
Miss Maud Mitchell of New flyer evening and attended the banquet
Mrs. E. l |H Register of Lake But- spent several days in Starke given; by the lIIa'clepnyVoman'l! '' ""
last week as the guest of Misses Club. Judge Adkins gave; an appropriate -
attending to business In
Irvin M. Adams of Dunnellon, Is SThRE
Amelia and Olive Itay. address to the club on I
onday spending several days of this weekin ..
this occasston.
i newtend
Starke with friends.J. .
Vanslckel of Gaines- i
Mrs. Dale II.
[Johns of Jasper, state pris-
In ville, Is the guest; of her parents Smith's Filling Station has added [
i this
was section .
H. Lawrence of Keystone '
W. J. ,
Mrs. Epperson their
Sheriff and a power wrecker to
Heights. was a business visitor to I I
this week. equipment. The crane and towing

Starke 'Vednesday.Emory drums are operated by a small en- .- -' '" ------ :.. -_. --. .' --- .- -. II
loyd Green of Lake Butler has been --. : :: ::. -- :: -- ,, _::. :: -- :: :: :- ,
Mrs. Geo. Keller, who gine and geared to give almost unlimited -
sales day in Starke Mon- S. Martin Wllllston, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. power. -- ... -- __ __. -.-.- _

candidate for comptroller, was a Lord, has returned to her home in I I ford; county Is honored t<. have a former Storks citizen( submitted I \Vlut.'r ParkQuarterly I-- dlvl- vtjuJ

poyd Green of Lake Butler visitor to Starke last Friday. Flint, Mich.J. Equipment for the hew Western these appointments given to her his report at the meeting of directors ydonds paid by .Inter Park Telephone tllc'hnu

|I Union olllce on Walnut street Is citizens.P. that the IB27
business showing year Company.
visitor In Stnrke attending I
H. J. Cox of Lawtey, was -
Jacksonville, '
to business matters in E. McClenny in arriving and with its installation{ ------ i had born a prosperous one for the Kurt Myers More than half-
and Friday
Starke 'Vednesday.Judge spent Thursday the office will be moved from Its L. Gaskins ot Jacksonville, million dolars worth of building
Starke as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. locationVm Ninth street to hospital.-
present bore In 1927.Gracovllle .
Torode of Lawtey, was was reelected' president of the St. -- completed
: to business In town Mon- A. C. Strickland was a H. L. Brownlee.Mr. the business district. Luko'tt hospital association In that Kt. Augustine Road No.3 be- J. M. Kirkland will 's;r luball';

business visitor to Starke on last and city at the annual meeting of the tween here nnd HatitliiKS to be re- lun Powell ,
and Mrs. Charlie I lion. Frank P. Miller of Key- -
Friday.-Union County Times. who have been spending : board held recently.. Mr. Gasklua.President's ... built._. with bin gristmill
children the --
T. W stone Heights, was a guest of -- -- -- -- ,c it
Andrews, Jr., andL Angel
the past three months in Exchange; Club at their luncheon
Tile Biggs Friday.were visitors to den Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. George spent W. Bals-last City, returned to statke last week. Monday. Senator Miller Is an able I Trip to Havana. Reveals Miami As I II buS1'FGISRC.IRY

speaker and his address to the

r _... Miss Mr.Florence and Mrs.Matthews J. E. Corpening and Dr., club was highly appreciated I, Gateway for Pan American Travel and Commerce, s arc .

B. S. Carroll were visitors to Jack- C. A. Adklns, Jr., of Cuthhert,
sonville Sunday. Ga., and Mrs. Lure of Ft. Valley. Zk2T lit

Oa., were In ''Starke Monday and ,? ,
YOUR CHILDRENWhat Mrs. George Flynn and little were"entertained at the Exchange I
of Palatka, are visiting her
son Club luncheon by their friends 4
mother, Mrs. Florence Emma, Ca- Messrs. DeWItt C. Jones and L. A. rnw t i. at
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About Their Future? nova Davis. dlietltvell

Messrs. A. Z. Adkins, II. C. Wall, Mrs. G. C. White and Misses My- i -/,
It. Johns, C. A. Knight and E. ; IA if
J A. rtlce and Merywn Jackson and '
were'visitors to Jacksonville 1 r y yw nicnand.
M. Ethel Griffin will leave Friday for 1 1! w
Tuesday afternoon. Baconian Ga. where :"
they will
if course will give them the advantages hadd
you you
spend the week-end with the Misses 11

many more which you were denied. Education Remember Monarch we groceries handle and Oversea that, Jacksons mother, Mrs. W. T rlpiI
and Jackson.
start in life-possibly a business for them to grow good Inspected Western meat. I
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Whatever your plans, happy and fortunate will East End Grocery.Mr. f. It. .Wise is acting as agent
for the S. A. L. Railway In Starke .
he lives of your children-if your plans are carried and Mrs. II. V. Turner of during the temporary absence' of Sara..t.w.tMawuoa asp y ;?,,"

Gainesville, are receiving congratulations T. J. Griffin, who Is In Johns Hopkins I
arrival of a I leas
upon the In Baltimore. Mr. Wise and

son, born Feb. 6th. his wife have apartments at the a boL

tIT-Do you realize that four out of every ten whoo Mr. E. S. Matthews and Mr. home of Mrs. J. S. Malpas.Mr. .

college give up their studies and leave before Louis Wltkovskl of Starke, were I and Mrs.! E. L. Demmon and ,

uation-the usual cause being family financial re- visiting Sunday Mr. and afternoon Mrs B. -Z.Union Matthews !little son of New Orleans, La., are ,
spending several days in Starke.
|(>s-plans that .are miscarried? County Times. Mr. Demon Is connected with thetoyern'mental e

/ forestry station dn'
Miss Mable Weller had as her New Orleans at present, hut at one : /j ,
ould you be interested in a plan which will throw guests several days this week Mrs. ,time they resided In Starke 'and i :: t

'lute safeguards around the wish Alice Crawford, Miss Louise Craw- have many friends here. i I .{
money you your ford and Miss Carrie! Glerlng ot I ;'>>;"' .

lren' to have at a certain age? Woudn't you feel Emlenton, Pa. Grass fires near' the Baptist-; I'I .i ,/_,_'"::'', .-1..f'';: "'_t_"..' fC

church last Saturday called )" .... ..M .
i' comfortable if you were working out a plan to S. Blakely and I ...... t. the
Mr. and Mrs W. the fire department. Buildings in <. :Of .... .M .J'J..M..II '" ,.'" ...m_ Vt'VPap
j assure their future? little son. Billy of Jacksonville, the vicinity were threatened by the t

spent several days last week end name sweeping through the thick PR"fDa"/ .. M e alue'Y Mar/wrwft4''sate'''mv.we'f.
Mrs. Blakely's parenta, Mr. grass and straw, but were extinguished -
e' suggest that you let us tell you of many ways of Mrs. W. W. Baisden. by firemen with chem 1 A new aDd greater 'future for the Tnls time however, was not phe- and mall service by air established to 15

g and making whether income Is icals. aetropolls of Miami is foreseen to the nominal 'since the regular running Havana.
money, Mrs. A. Klesewetter and daughter I closer relationship Between the United time from New York to Miami on raU rbe extent to which the "entente-

moderate or small. Our banking institution is Miss Frances, and sons, -qrho Prot. O. K. Armstrong, head of State Cuba and Latin American has now been cut to thirty-three corUiale" between !Miami and :3avaaa\
hours and the fait new Clyde Una
have spent the winters In Starke the school of Unlver- has developed is. shown by Chi fats
'ed to serve the people of this comml1n t We will left recently journalism countries a* a rental jl PrlildeatCooUdlll" boats make Chi trip oy water In two
for the past few years, sltey of Florida, was a visitor to visit to HaftooDa.OUt days Hat.Geographically.. that athletic contests between teams
you whether you be a new depositor or a patronng for their home in New Jersey. Starke Tuesday. Mr. Armstrong I I of the itlmmatecl neighborly Miami Is the centerof representing the two cities axe a regular -

brought advertising on the La j and ouctneu interriu between, the a circle touching New York Chi occurrence Basketball jal alai
sound business advice or investment of money. L. Wyman baa returned from a Ctancl New York Grand Opera America Miami _DUO certain to cago and St. Louis on tbe nortn and football polo and other sport are
two-weeks' trip to Pensacola and Company, which will at the emerge ae the gateway through amen Panama and Caracas Venezuela on I regularly! scheduled between the two sash
appear cities The Miami Herald la sold
Slidell. La., on business connected the resulting ururvst and commercial the south She Is an overnight Jump oy rwUa
University of Florida auditorium on Havana'sstreet.For .
traffic will now octbi north and south Havana-a newsboys oami.
governmental forestry 'I by boat from trip comparable -
with the three nights beginning Thursday, rile fact that President Coolidge, to thai from Washington to tbe convenience of motor tourists -
work. February 23rd. made: the trip tn Havana and return Norfolk-and is as clone to Yucatan wbo wish to ascend their tripe
Bank as quickly as oe could have made a center of old Mayan civilization a* :o it>* palm fringed roads of Cuba
Bradford County Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Potter of Dr. E: L. Biggs has been appointed -j similar Journey to Kansas: City or Mr is to Atlanta Georgia an automobile ferry has just been put
Metnchen, N. J., are spending several on the consulting staff of Denver gave many Americans a new with four metbods of tran porta- into operation closing the last line
:. weeks in Starke with their J the Alachua County 'hospital in I realization of tbe nearness of our tlon railroad amsblp.. airplane between Miami and Key Weak From
.\\4 Bradford. County's Financial friends Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Tap-J Gainesville, also 'on the board of Latin neighbors on the toutb and auto-Already linking Miami. with Key Weat to Havana Is a sis BOUT
I Twenty-Ore hours after leaving the great commercial center of the Jump
pen. censors of the Alachua '
Washington be was in Miami even north. steps are under way 10 tie bar A twelve-hour New York-Miami
Medleal Society. Mrs. E. L. Biggs Including his rtop-over In Miami and more closely to Cuba tbe Well Indies airplane service now projected maybe
Stronghold"I Mr. and Mrs. 'c. D. Shank and I at the last meeting was elected I bis stay in Key W..$. Be was in Havana I and Central and South Americaatsaaa.hlp'aw.Ic a reality oetore the end of Chi

t little',daughter Betty 0 Lewis -ot president the Woman1 four hours less ban IWOM' I tafLar.asssdy.sae fear rhM.weuid put .Havana. ., fllusabvurs .

,J *1r D"nle'lrere-weeJrl.etttJ' < :meet th&Medieaf'9eefety-Brad- +.,! I been lrr esaa i"a ad.paaaenger srpiaaa ..u.....,Mew,Yeas .

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( ,\ Editor) I \ (By Supda Johnson.) indicates a futm ., Til
No man likes to form his own : marked inoreat, I' 'Dl'a'
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opinions about things any better acreage of grap, p .
Are Invited to Contribute Ar- ... 'and a very Lars "i
Farmers and
than I do. but I find that It generally '

:I". tides of Farm and Methods Found .... what production In \ ,. .t<
c Experiences .. ; .:.;.it>,.. ,; pays to find out the oth- able growing "J1.* '
., ,I' \ To lie Best Suited to Oar Country ,.. .... er fellow is thinking at the same general the OUI'T.' ''I
time. Especially if the other felloW for additional =:"" '

__ h ._ I II happens to be in a better position Florida farm,i
'" l' to form opinions than I am*. their activities ,J'

'> | For that reason I read with' con- prospects. d 12 '10
::1 SPRING IS TIME TO siderable Interest the report sent

lout from Washington this week on -- STOUIMjT.

: h. START KEEPING BEES slit the agricultural outlook for 1928.I :: -tIt11F1h: ;

I The report Is made up by experts Garments to h .

'' from the Bureau of Agricultural a rule, be wrapp, ," .. .1"1 t
: !, 1.ml.\H\: is: SK.ISOX' : I Economics after careful study of or other dark 1""' +,"d ; b-
\ Gainesville Few In
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FOIl J>\\TIXO Kl'UZU world conditions. These men have dark paper becaii IIh?

: ,:f. Florida realize that the Income I material which we farmers cannot tlon from light r 'J? M P

f v \ from the ben Industry," In honey Gainesville. Fla.-February is get and which we would not know lighter papers 1or., J"'r 1ft.:

and wax, In this state totals l the month to plant kudzu, advisesW. -ir'r3- how to Interpret if we had. They cause light pan) vtt.:,;;t
hare nothing to gain or lose so I yellows--tend ti,., ,' :
I around a quarter of a million dollars ?
.: E. Stokes, agronomist of the
ed fabrics
I! usually give some thought to what wit/,, ,+'__J"\\
'i, annually.
Florida Station. For
Experiment DEDc' bleaching
send out. proce > '
DEn v ytw YcNI -"#E they ig at\ ,
Experienced beekeepers have the benefit of those who are not tra.ara 6e0 2 Cotton seems to be fairly promising. Ing paper is clue u j n0
+' .. i found that the beat time to start lat
familiar with the plant, Mr. Stokes The demand Is expected to be imperfect. Goon' ", be
In the buBlneim In In the spring, last fall and the should be perfe .
as good as it wan m ,3rj
has !
'h prepared a description the .w '
bout the time
orange trees begin carry-over will be less. They warnus brushed, and in n ode
11 to bloom. It takes plant, and suggestions for ,\
warm weather grow- ic:' about the boll weevil damages means properly n, ;aid AJ
LI .i.i, with a little nectar coming In from ing It. | i if though. I notice that the Experi- pins should be an>tuft

f ,.i r ''M the blossoms for the bees to rear Kudzu Is a rank growing peren- f -,. HALL.icrrci ,. ment Station is also warning cot- or rust spots will appear lit

,I brood and. build up rapidly declares nial legume. On the the light ," ton farmers of Florida to expect a 1'rotertlon from leq""
1 II. I Foster, apiary Inspector sandy soils of the Experiment Sta- ta'.frI s ) i heavy infestation. All textiles art iubj: ,

1 '' of the State Plant Hoard tion it has not returned large I e, "Beef cattle for slaughter and as tack by insects inn nhe-!:
; There are several ways to start yields but elsewhere on more pro-
stockers and feeders seem reason- organisms, commons callit
beekeeping explains Mr. Foster. ductive soils it has produced very ably certain to meet a market in The particular '.ir)3t> der,

One can buy an established colony satisfactory crops. .In some cases txa o : ? Deo LDlutia 1928 that will average higher thanin upon the textile Houwr,
k from a beekeeper or buy a two or where the has been
f crop grown on M 1927." reads the report. I wish the past kept ins', jute
throe frame nucleus containing a I the clay soils of North and West
some of our farmers would read linen chests by using/ trout
.ut><>n. bees and brood. Another I Florida three or four tons of cured ,
times.In or essences, such
that over many | asiota
i way Is to buy a two or three pound hay per acre have been reported.The f the matter of pigs, we are given co leaves, camphor edu
1 package of bees with a queen. hay from kudzu Is highly 1
It is wintergreen and
encouragement. U
: very lltle m Til
rrrr This package of bees can be put
nutritious, comparing favorablywith FIL I estimated that by next fall and tlce' had some value bit ii,
in a hive containing frames with
hay from alfalfa ,
winter, however, the market sup- matlce substances limplji
full sheets
ot foundation. They be ;
clover or tgarweed. Comparedwith -F
will soon have a netof combs. / -'ECOND 1'-l.OOt:2.: PI.Aj 1 ) plies will be affected by presentlow deterrents. They bj no .
other legumes the kudzu hayis
( increase will all depredatlou
Those who have prices, and some
the situation relatively easy to cure. The ..,
Is only one cretam
be seen. pma
g here are Inclined to favor ,
leaves do not shed off during the .
3 I the latter method as the danger of The dairy industry is holdingIts and that is to keep UK
process. .\ MODERN AMERICAN HOMEWITII No change is looked goods where inserts cants,
more than would own.
disease Is much lees It la highly The plants should be set about any fussy orna- every hue either contrasts pleas-
TIIIJ FULL FLAVOR OP mentation.The for, except that the unprofitable them. Above all eitlli
important to be sure the bees four four feet The ingly or blends
by apart.
harmoniously with
bought are free from disease In- OLD ENGLISH COTT,AGO value of color is also here- cows will not continue to should be frequently\ ml*
ground will then be covered .
,. pectors of the State Plant Board with exemplified white washed the scheme as a whole. Dull or bring as much in beef as they will aired, and dusted 90 astir
.J with dense which
will furnish upon request; Information a weeds. Plants should helpsto (Office of n. C. Hunter & Bros. walls of refreshing crispness con- Jarring tones that are off key must now. The wise dairyman is rais- anything that does attack

i, regarding the disease sItuation be suppress cultivated often enough duringthe Archs. New York) I trast pleasingly with the green of be avoided. I ing good calves now and culling hiq' from getting a long start.
The foil flavor of the English the planting and roof I This house herd while he can get a good price .
{ In any area of the state. first year to keep down weeds a in dark also has a plan lay During the past year I'l'
cottage type is realized In this rich tones of brown out for the culls as beef.
In buying an established colony and black fittingly that merits study, all rooms
and the form
grass, so runners can modern American dairies were started In Li
ot bees, one should get a hive well roots and joints. home. The complements the walls. are well arranged and the interiors Poultry Is expected to continue to
and 50 farmers jtirf
filled with bees, a queen, and at'' -- broad low lying roof reflects the The glistening whiteness of the are most livable. be a paying proposition. In fact, county
least 15 pounds of honey. If the DeLand-Volusla county's ex- value of simplicity of mass which huge chimney contrasts sharply A lot with a frontage of flty feet some increase in egg prices this the dairying business In I|
to stock of bees la not satisfactory. hibit at South Florida Fair will the judicious handling of detail against the dark roof as does also Is required to give this house a ten year Is looked for. It Is true that way. During the past tvtj!

the beekeeper can purchase a good be enlarged. gives rich character. The arrange- the gable dormers. foot clear space on each side. we have room for expansion of the 'over 300 good grade andprj

iii Italian queen, kill the old one, and Sanford-New Sanford Atlantic ment of the front gables, the gabled Many of our modern houses are Complete working plans and specifications poultry business In Florida, butI Jersey cows have been Imp("
the dire'the
will of for business dormer on the side, the sweepof either dull and drab othewlse have noticed that many people the county under ]
he soon have a colony ItalIan National Bank opens or of this house may be ob-
t tt! bees. Any magazine devoted with capitalization of $100,000. wall extending to the driveway very flashy and gaudy due to Improper tained for a nominal sum from the who are otherwise conservativetheir county_\ .agent..

t riY to bee culture' has advertisements Fort Myers-Gulf Stores Company entrance, all are elements of the selection and blending of Building editor. Refer to House heads almost when they get Spanish peanuts- -are eii |

showing where bees queens, and I Fort Myers, with capitalization utmost Importance, they count far colors. It Is most Important that I II-A-124. interested in poultry. It will pay meet a satisfactory: mark I

bee supplies may be bought. of $10,000 chartered. The pageant of SaraDeSotowill 1 The former of the right man under favorable conditions year if the acreage Is not fa f
plant the I
Bunnell-New Dixie Highway be pulled at Sarasota Skinner PECAN BULLE- I but that does not mean allot according to the aKrlcultin||
between this place and Pelllcer in Machinery Company will reopen us should specialize in poultry. look summary: published bjf

l TilE FORUM .1'' Creek completed. March with a three-day celebrationwith this week under lease of the Florida TIN IS READY Sweet potatoes were overdonelast 8. Department ot AgrlculturS!'

Tarpon Springs-Lake Fern road parades, regattas, court balls, Citrus Machinery Company of year. A substantial crease in e

t i Editor Hlllsborough county being pav- band concerts and all sorts of friv I Tampa; In former days the Skin- FOR acreage is the remedy this year. Key West-.Repairs belt(j
Telegraph-Two sled> GROWERSGainesville With such a decrease, fair prices at intersection 01!
being | I olities.! With the help of the Ring- ner Machinery Co., plant was one to street [
are disseminated in Florida j building of : be expected. The outlook for
: I Cross City-New of the largest manufacturers of may ing and Duval.
by well-meaning swivel-chair r Dradenton Novelty Company on hag CJrcus that la wintering at' citrus machinery east of the Mississippi Fla.-A complete Irish potatoes la not as good as for Miami-Chex-O Sanltanl!!

+ scientists.of fodder. One pulling.Is the supposedevil In orderto I Barber Avenue completed. I(i(I pull Sarasota any that kin.city of celebration will be able to river. summary of the pecan industry together the past three years, due to Indications I ducts Corporation. Miami!
Punta Gorda-$44,089 contract any of heavy plantings in the I capitalization of ${e,000d
f confer a doubtful benefit to the, let for construction of city dock I time during the winter. The citrus fruit market is growing with its origin, develop Northeastern states. ed..

p ,y corn crop, the farmer Is advised at foot of Maud street. I I St. Petersburg.will capitalize stronger each week according ment, and present status Is presented Citrus does not look particularly Vero Beach Many new ]
not to pull the leaves from the cornstalks on to statements of men who in I in the latest publication of '
Lake Worth-Extensive tests of the idea ot that city having are promising. The 1928 outlook !ings under construction bAT?
although the cured leaves being made I a the field and prices are much betI I the Florida Experiment Station,
streets paving over city
yearly lease on the sun and several ...
richly make up for the possible by expert engineers. II resorts will erect solarIums ter than last year with prospectsof I bulletin number 191, entitled --
y loss In the grain yield-but of this or sunbaths going higher from now until '"Pecan Growing in Florida."
for the benefit of the winter
we shall not speak now. The other from bleeding, and would have the close of the season. The author of the bulletin is G. ,
fallacy is the manifold evils soon died anyway. I i| and summer visitors. It has been H. Blackmon,' who for the past

supposed to result from the burn Fires destructive to timber hap- discovered that sun baths are very Florida Motor Lines after a recent four years has been engaged in $

4 4' ing of the grass In the woods. "It pen only on ground that has not beneficial to those. who need them. survey throughout the north pecan Investigations at the station.In 95anBUICK

destroys the grass. It destroys the been burnt oft for several years. At the opening of the Shand's and from their business In Florida, [ bringing together the materialsfor

humus In the soli it destroys There the grass Is high and the bridge across the St. Johns river report a steady increase in tourist thIs bulletin he has carefully only

l young and old timber, the destruction bushes are often covered with fal- and connecting the counties of travel and the prospects bright for traced: down and verified many ,

t of the timber causes len pine needles, making the blaze Clay and St. Johns, there will be more visitors this season than last. stories of earlY nlanttmrn nf tha
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; floods, etc., etc. If the Imagination very fierce, often reaching the tops big celebration at which several Melbourne--Survey completedof pecan in this and other states. Q1through

'I of the "scientist" had not been of the trees. (Moral-Burn oft the prominent speakers and especially farm districts in this locality as The common varieties are de- through

spent in reciting his doleful pieces grass at least every other year, and the politicians will hold forth. The tar south as Vero Beach. scribed and their relatives merits

he would probably have added that destructive fires will not take date Is announced for February29th. Perry-TaYlor County Cooperative discussed. Those best suited to

i the ashes from the fires' flying place.) Association organized. Florida are giving. Many proctlces 'So x
about causes sneezing and lung of the trees. etaolnnununununuu pertaining to propagation and nursery -

troubles. There are thickets where the methods, which have been

Fires in the pineries ot the young pines grow so close that, Mechanica. 0,000c found helpful by pecan growers of

North and Northwest are very deer were it not for the fires, ony thoseat ; the state, are given. Results of .v Buick stamina-Buick luxury-Bi-ck:
r tructive, from causes that do not the edges would live; the oth Miles tests made
i.h ...... .p Line in U. S. numerous by the Experiment -
t prevail here Just as a conflagara- ers would die for want of food station are also published. performance-for only #1195 !

tlon In a closely I built city Is more and air. But a fire will come and > .

damaging than one In a straggling( kill nineteen out of twenty of the Cultivation of orchards and rejuvenation
That's the value.
hamlet. In Florida woods the grass saplings, and the survivors have a of neglected orchards story of Buick's extra

is generally so short that, when chance to live. Often fire gets In- are taken up in detail. The best

k It Is aflfe,( one may run right to swamps. The muck will burn I practices in pruning are also ex Three popular Buick body-types sell at

through the flames wthout being around the cypresses and gums r plained. A chapter on harvesting'

scorched. The grass burns only and bushes, and they will topple 'and marketing the nuts Is includedIn this figure-and offer all of Buick's
i' to the crowns of the tufts; the over, presenting an "abomination f"ydZf4aNAA the bulletin.
i rotta will remain unhurt and put of destruction" But 101! In the open Pecan growers of the north and famous features. All are Buick throughand

J v1 forth new growth and, as they de- spaces thus created, valuable west sections the state will finda through-identical in quality and
cay, form humus. The ashes furnishes pine trees will spring up In placeof wealth of Information within the

i valuable potash to the soil I the worthless original growth. covers of ihs bulletin. Copies will workmanship with the Buicks longest

'\ {. No matter if flat woods land has But fires during dry weatherare be sent free to citizens of the
.. been burnt over every year, when very destructive to grass soil state who write and ask for them. wheelbase-even to the smallest details

f it Is broken for cultivation it always : and timber, as well as to young Postal cards addressed to the Experiment of

j I has an over-supply of humus, stock and game. Fences and build- Station at Gainesville construction.Look .

which causes "aournesa' unless Inga are also often destroyed as $-, q' will bring the bulletin.Strawberry .
;,' lime la applied. Fire does not destroy no.one l In on guard against fires at at other cars. Compare them with
the wlregrasa, which Is valuable l- such times. ,
e s and very nutritious when It is not unreasonable to be- W1lIl. TV*& Qatfes I Buick. Your own good judgment will

young. Where fire is kept off the lieve that the fires destroy Insects CHICAGO-diving an oil ftp lint
land for a few years, the'wlregraaa that prey on live timber and other a nave, a bath, and a halftut: appear tell you that Buick offers greater value.
Is choked out by the worthless vegetation also rats and other ver far-fetched but that Ie practical 61 Plants?

: broomsage, and this, in turn Is min. Our marked immunity from what happens to about all" of the 80 SEDANS $1195 to l&l
000 mile of pipe line In Cnltea to $1995 COUPES $1195
killed out by myrtle bushes gall- i troublesome Insects and poisonous the
berry and briers, making such reptiles to a great ex State about avery ao often according SPORT MODELS $1195 to $1525
may, to a bulletin of the American Research i I offer choice Improved
land worthless for pasture. ,tent, be traced to the grass Area Foundation. All ricft f. *. FtinlMick... fovtrnmtnt U:* to hI addeL
t t As for the fire destroying the and as long as Area do not injury, "Oil itaelf u a preserving agent. I Klondyke, Excelsior, Missionary The G.M.A. C.fmmct plan. ,11.most dttirabtt. it mal,+bla

timber, except In cases to be mtn- we can view with pleasure the endless aaya the bulletin "but that doesn't and all leading
j tloned later It Is the other way. lawns of vivid green that the help the outside of the pipe Una. Sc I ya- REGISTER CO
Were it not for the annual fires landscape presents in the spring. every mil of trunk tine la the nation rieties. Prices right for

f we would have very little timber. How much prettier than the dull practically la dug up avery few Plants
quality. free from all
year Mechanical device have been S
., This sounds paradoxtal but it is drab color that would prevail ahd developed for this work by STARKE, FLORIDA
>s'>" true. The seed ot the pine has a there been no fire. for Standard. Sinclair. Shall,engineer and the 1 : diseases and we guarantee WRIDof: BTTEH AUTOMOBILES ARID BUILT BUICK WILL S u I

wing, which keeps it from reaching The farmers are charged with other large organization sate arrival of all stock.:
the ground when it falls the "A big machine come following
among burning grass "merely to furnish along
(, high grass. When recent fire has pasture for a few scrub cat. the pipe line and remove. the I 17 Your Children
made the grass short and left nak tle. Well, let the cow eat. Those earth Directly behind It coma three Send for price list today. ,

ed spaces between he tufts, the of us who cannot afford to pay built more tractor-type machines. lift These the pipe.machine SIttcU' IT'S FREE Are they strong, alert and vigorous;or pale' W l

seeds will reach the' ground and Wall street prices for Western are put under It. Following them and worth.its weight in gold. cross and Inactive? If the latter, very likely

germinate, whereas those lodged beef, are glad to get Florida beef. down the line cornea a machine tha* dm/fIeve/NQ 7NL'A/Oi are suffering with intestinal worms, and pied

'i In high grass will perish. Both And all the grass flres. are not set ba* Korea of awlft-movlng little Ically impregnated paper and that la

4 pines are so well armored with fire by farmers or careless campers, Chlaela turn la painted. J.A.BAUER II WHITE'S VERLVUFVGE
k4 resisting bark, till the usually gen- there were woods fires long before Thea chip off the dirt and ruat. "Other machines follow. lower' the Cream

tie fires cannot kill them. Sometimes human occupation of the land; Directly following la a group ot dance pipe Into place and move on while Judsonia, Ark. *!
r ,... trees in an abandoned turpentine fire Is one of the Instruments Nature which burnish and polish the atlll mora machines and man cover It worm-expeller dJl

, j +. orchard will burn down, ; uses In her economy-and she pipe gang! with of men steal who wooL paint Then the oomaa with a with dirt again. A Job of to* kind Lock Box 38 j J success. e i A fe wdosesaresut5cidpt
t' well-done. will make the
but will not burn Such pipe oafs
up. trees
can create It without human aid. ruat-proot.
water-proof paint. Sometimes from
rust and
have had deterioration for about Sot By
tr their vitality destroyed II. E. L. the pipe la wrapped with chem- t tan Jean under ordinary: condition.* fit
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: t HAMPTON I Pirates' HanTree Visited bit Thousands Weekly As required-by-section 711 revised County l.-nraphi a new pa-

Loll Gal..,.. Cor.i ;: MUa Ada Itflmm.,, Cor. J : per publUhod In urnttt County amy
L.' 1 Reneral statutes of Florida 8 tat..

.................. i......................: I 1 will be at the following named This January O. jjlth.JOHMS W. A. 1e

r-b 10.--Mr. Dob Lee, On Wednesday. February the ,-- precincts on the days and dates. Clerk CI jt8N, .
or ., 11) C. A..H ,
business via- IBt'a The Childrens Welfare '\ "- stated herein for the of (8Ji1A)
[ ,'10' was a conference purpose c.r'\ttF CI"rlr.
ntu t4. 1\1.
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th:, w.jok-end.; for Infants Pre-School :. :: receiving' tax returns for the piescut Solicitor for Complainant. '
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111"11 from Lacrosse was a children only. I" ,.' .,'.... year. 1929. to-wit: a.a.-It-I-I,
This conference will be under ; NInc'MRradfowrdntCounip
Feb. 20th.
", Saturday. the ''. ... Lawtey Monday.
conerly and Mr. G. supervision of Bureau of Child .'-( .' '
(1;,j.I i"? Hygiene ( Brooker Tuesday Feb. flat In Circuit :

,n 1V'r,, ,' visitors to Stark of the and Florida public State health Board nursing of- ",. New River Thursday Feb. 23rd,, Judicial Florida. Circuit

forenoon Bradford County Bank
v-' a basketball game Health, cooperating with local Interested ,. ,J. ;\ .. Graham Thursday Feb 23rd, a uoratlon..

Id[ I., between the Brook- people. Free examinationof (\'-'!... ::; .........:..\..:.. _" :...... afternoon. Ilnlntlffva .
Farm boys. children by physicians assisted .' '" ..- Lyman o Peat Charles R. Oalilar
,lad Penney .t Theressa. Friday, Feb. :24Mi! ,
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: to. : and J. .
by nurses from the bureau of child .1-.' awrenca.. "v.Dafandnnta.
[ ,rood" as 21 to 11 infar : ','1.: forenoon. .
11' hygiene and public health nurs y .0 ''. '''.... TO T-.TMAN O ( ,
Farms boys. : '" Feb. 21th af-
n, Hampton Friday
ing. : f n. CllfitHIAOIt\: ) .r. It. LA\\.RJDN..lIJ
ru! IHO taking the teachers ". ,. : '} '. ".. ; ternoon. ANt ALL OTItlt!: 1'HttBONSYou IN.
from here thin week Conferences to be held at the -:" J ," "" Starke. Saturday Feb 25tli. 'l'ICHtr.RTI; :
I I' Masonic hall Hampton Fta. Wednesday .' :',> -\ :;- and each of you are hereby
Ward and ;
Stollamae Under the law, unction 715 U. G. notified I that the above styled suit
|in and Mr. Truby Pin- Feb. IBth from to 4 p m. ... ". of wna Inatltirted In .
The child Is the states 1.' 0 S., it is the duty everp person 'court on the 25th theoflTannerylA.. "
" I most t owning or having the control,, 11 11I3R. anti on that day a Writ of 'f'I''

member B. Y. P. U. valuable asset. Please remember management custody, direction, attachment wan duly Issued. therein
: the conference hours and levied by the sheriff. of Brad
111'111'; evening at 7:30: 'to: your supervision or ugfeucy. of properlY ford i-iiiinty, J'ltll'hla.; ( on the 2RU day

10.. k children the benefit of an examination of whatsoever character: that Is of January A. 1). 192S, upon the fol
lowing described real estate .In
f I. p Galney L. R. Galnejvin subject to taxation to return" the Iti'iidforil ooiiiity, Vlorlda. TO.WIT:

,'[ and O. W. Haze Mr. B. H. Loflln left last Sat- same to the tax' assessor on or before l-HOPKnTY\ (0..' l-HAHt.H K.IWISLKH .

,(tare to Jacksonville Fr: urday for Daytona Beach wherehe the first day of April of each 1 The Mouth half( of Houthwont quar-

has accepted a position with the ItM, of Northeast quartor except tnaVcnt /
Morning Tab. year. \ Klve sores' ; The \\'"<..t hair of
t ::1 I from New River was N. B. WAIN vllKllIT. Northoaxt qua.rt of Hoiithi-n

\ itor here Friday. Mr. McAllister Seaboard opera- a-10-2t.! County a.Hen or of taxes iinnrter and the< Northwest n nrt-r
tor who has been of SiiuthfaNt rI.iiinrter, all helnir In
transacting busi- !:
Mrs J. J. Morgan and Nv'tlou Fight
,ui county Two (1), Township { ,
!ro, 1from here were visit- ness In Tampa, arrived. here last Corset City- \ State (". Houth Range Twenty two (J3) r

at Stark Sunday. (Hunk moves Into Its new home at! i FIa.Cl'Itl'ICItTY
lid. Ind relatives ( ( ) op YMAN (I. PREY: :
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams of v corner of Barber Avenue and Leon The Nnrl .. .. rter of NorthwoHt -
1(1( ; 5tI,
Mrs Luther Sowell cirin ', Cltra were visitors here last Sun- street.Chlplay. nunrti, ">r of n Tw.lv. (lZ);
md The Went half of Northwest
? were visiting friend, day. They were formerly residents -L. Toblna & Sona 1'111''haMl"s '- of NuHhKiiHt t quarter::. ;; The:: Mouth quarter ,

here last Saturday. of our town, and have many ( ,old leather plant building half of NorthvaHt iiuprter, atnl the
| itlvo, Moiitheaiit t nuartor nr Section Tw ntylhreo -
nd !Mrs Henry Sowell and friends here who are always gladto /Nassau Historic Silk Cotton Tree HM been "Operated On" by Tree Surgeon and are preparing It for could storage ((211)ot;. TheV t half of ho'4'ost
\ half NettIon Twenty-four
,it Lacrosse were vlaltln see them. plant. SO The North half of the
: North
s I. relatives here Sunday I Mrs. 11. II. Loflln Mrs. G. V. Formerly tiled ns a gallows for bang- was dead when the government began' Davey tree surgeons then aerated and St Augustine! -Erection of new Ivilf of Nnrt In-net iiuurtor, of Northeast -

and! Knight, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and D. ...g pirates this mammoth silk cotton to realize Ira "auo. It was fenced In fertilized the ground, using a ton and Y. M C. A. gymnasium will start quarter of Hurt.Ion 'fW'HltY11I

tree at Nassau capital of the Banama and the remaining root area protected a bait Of material 1 tn a space eight. (3D), all helnw In Townohlp RltrhCl ;
Bedla Conerly and Miss W. Swindle were the guests of Mrs. Islands 18 visited weekly by thousands but the patient continued to de fin by one hundred feet. Immediately. N), /Mouth: Mango Twi-nty-two O2)
of hogs shipped H..I.YOII,
visiting their eta- Milton Black of Green Cove officials got In the went Indie, where silk cot Mayo- -Cnrlond ;
on were of tourist who are attracted to it bY cline. Finally government and each of von are bsrobyrequIrsd 1
a Olgle Prevatt In Val Springs last Saturday. Its romAntic history. In touch wltb the Dave; Tree Expert ton trees are relatively numerous from hero on recent days. to "I..r| | In ..nl'l C-UIIBH ,mMimdnv

(:a. this past week. Mrs. J. P. Haner has recently Two centuries hove come and gone Company at Kent. Ohio which sent a there tea supemition among the Winter lluven-Huokeye Kit- III3R and the t harsh Slid lndlr.1} ot not April or, A.judgnent 1>'=

February 6th 1928 entertained as her guests her Since tbe tree was a stripling and crew of surgeon from its field force natives that lf a man touches one It tales I houses repaired and street ) will ba entered nicalnit you
tI !
pay that brought a new aunt, Mrs. Sallle Athens and Will until just recently It bas bad no care in Florida will demand his blood. asphalted.\ It I IH ordered I that thl notice baiiulillnhed
lay Winds have don their A major operation was performed.All The name oomo from the silky 'Vorlh-llhlll naked for In the Llradford County
and Clarence Athens and families, and storms Lake 'IVIonrnph week for Twnionthx
| the annuals of the Brook once a M
ii cavities were excavated disinfect cotton-like material which Ie found for roadwork !
damage and buildings and pavementAba"e I 25-ton trailer to be used .
.ol It was last Monda) of New Orleans. been put too close to It en- ed and filled with sectional concrete.In I in the pod that ore born a* the tree' \vrrxiOSH' the Itonorablq A. Z.

,. teachers and pupils went The Ladles Sewing Circle was iroachlng on the root system It. order to give the root more fruit. This material is widely'uaed in In this county. Adklna, Jude an also. Cl W. Aldor-
> new school building but entertained by Miss Annie Mae magnificent branches once spr Jtng breathing space the government removed stuffing mnttresses, pmows and ute arlow- Polk county$1,097- court man Clerk at Htarke and the Kradfnrrt neat of county this, (

not one bit too early. 'Ve( Wheeler last Tuesday evening. A 180 feet now reach only 165 feet a brick pavement and changed buoys it cannot however b e spun growers; recently received Florida this the 2Sth day ot January -

like we can learn mor pleasant social hour was spent. About balf of the top of the tree I the entrance to a fire station. The Into thread__ 308 for fruit sold.JackaonvilleTotal\. A. Li. 1028.u. w. AT.nFRIlfANClerk ..rJ
of 18,323-
tidy much harder. Each Much interest was taken in the Circuit Court

beautiful hand work. At the con- 000) feet of lumber was shipped out A. 8. CHRWS J
of good seats
has plenty O
0 local port during plilitYE'nr. l Attorney for Comnalnant.
clusion delicious orangeade and through
good desk.Professor. 1.37.1Ot1.1e.ho1'R'el : ,

C. C. Mathenj. banana Sunda/sandwiches were 29th served.Mrs. 1 l Montreal, a C.11 ;. .ir.: :. : . :: : ; .-; C: ';ort Lovers Tallahassee. Breeding and \

light our new library down On January -----

school each pupil, It. F. Chesser entertained In honorof 0 marketing or rabbits on extllIl1lve1I'ale '(
new so n_ r'lrrulte rwdfurd 'CountyhState,
her mother Mrs. T. J. Burden being planned for Florida by
<>y themselves reading very;) Association. Florida. In Chancery
orles of all kinds. who had reached her 84th birth- Belgian Florida Rabbit H. M., ttuylion, a. free. dealer,

I Complainant
and Mrs. John Surrency f If
the guests were Bradley Junction Work h"gllllhore Ilobert'a. .
I were attending the funera high noon Cola et al..
now substation of Tampa Defendnnta, .
F H Thomas \\fit ::';Sunda:) ushered Into the beautiful dining on Onlor for Nvr.li-v. ttr nhllallnn

room where the dining table Electric Coiti putt y. The\ slate of Florida.. to Hubert (!.

on in white and centered with Cola, 0..... Fi. Pars, Annie 1'. Clarkand
those attending church draped MMTIHnun
ng .IHPIHK-I'. Clark W W. Moore.
Hope last Sunday were',: a large pound cake on which was Anhnl llntrhkliR: I arts, Itohertn.; <>:

\ eighty-four burning candles c,, a 4 t., In Circuit Court 2till Judicial'Irciiit Nawbold J.V.. IIIHBon and A. It. ,.i;
I Mrs. J J. Morgan and son. placed f 3 the llrnilfnrd 'ouuty Htala of TowtmeniJ Hurry M. Clark ""1

e. Mrs. H. Gainey, Mr. and< besides many other appertlzlng 1'loHdit.., In Chancery.iHabeiie th Aiitfiiwla A. l.ovett .and huxbandAlexandnr
I.uvutt.. I.. M. I.ltllf'. IfJameii t
A Crosby and Mr. and eats.Those Leak: her; Leek hunhand.I Joined::::. by Charles Clifford (Clark Emily' K. Ar-
treat .
rdell Crosby. who enjoyed this a llvlnir. and If they or any of thorn
4i&t4 ditch are deiul, their. hairs., davlaeea. qgrantees
Durden and family
and Mrs Ardell Crosby ovllle. were Mr. A. A. ; N. T. et al. or other claimant I by.throiiKh newLei
and virtue of final decree
Under by :
were visiting his Mrs. Chas. Sadale Mrs. A. W. entered In the. above enlltludtord or urvilor them, or alt liar ofham
Weeb and v- \ day ( and to each and every party
and Earnest the 25111 of "InllltryI02N.
rnase on
and father Mr. and Mrs Easton son. yy
and recorded III the. raeords fit and parties Demon, firm, and oorporatlon -
family, Mrs. I. J. Priest and Mrs. havingor claiming" any In*
week-end ,
rosby this Nand Court lu 'hltnc..ry Order !(look : ,
Latest In
of La II. F. Chesser. Nu 6, at IUIK. 84, III favor or 111'11,1- the following I dnBcrlhodlandM.
and Mrs. Thomas 1 being. In the
were visiting here Sunday 11e v. Lewis of Waldo, will cHs .v County the Hank above, a corporation nil 1110111. Inahelle andHKaltiMt Town 1Ill'lILt"k" County of Uradforil; fient$1u11

and Mrs. Louis demons and< preach at the Baptist church next JJdfnea5. M and l.uek,. and Charlv, Lack thereto, dlret-tliiK, I will State, Florida na follow 1 and, to-wit particularlydeaurllied : Lota
empowprlnir ma
11 of Starke were visiting Sunday morning and evening.Mrs. !1.4 olTnr' tar sale. In front of the CourtIluu.t line ( I ) and Three (3) In Block ."v-
en (7), an per plat or map of the
and son
In durInw
M. Simmons door Ktui'ke. Florida -
and relatives here las t S. Town of Htarke, Florllia.1I11I .
the legal hour of ante on Monday -
Thomas of Sparr were the guestsof the Bill day of Man, 1U2X, thaI'i'llowInK ILTINtliYou bile
Mr. and and ouch ot you are hereby'
parents, __ described property to-
John Mrs. Clmmous'
ps Pearl and, Gertie nomnmmloil to bo liofora' anus
Graham were visiting ben Mrs. P. B. Hunt. gREnrss.f. ll. 7'na wit Militate' lylnw and bnlnir In Urnd- the circuit: Court r'h".rf: : 1 County

t I ford' Criunty l'lorldu, anti mora particularly Florida, on the llth day of February -
to bill I of
1'lilH.! answer a complaint -
STKl": IIY STEP: described as followM: I
,?3 Ruby Jones and Stella m'jo"h',. ,tJoutln-axt: ; iiuartrr" ., of "Noell Iontnvin exhibited. airnlnut you In thl* ,
I'!. lion, tree dealerIn
By of"llthw."t Court by H: Hay a IB lu
'ard and Mr. T. B. Pinhole of (j>, and Mouthw Quarter which the rut Iof sought mralmtt
and NorthweHtimirliT
(Dr. Frank Nelson. I <|quarter you I is to quiet tit In In the nald H.M .
visiting at Stark( of Houthwrxt and 1 '
ere were quarter| : baI1at
Minnesota College, Minneapolis Wi Itaybori, In and to the I Iii ule I nljovednHcrlbed
half of Houlhxant quarter ofti"alhw"Nt
and Fri- dvfaiilt of such
|.iy and Thursday and In ap-
AHoNrt4i 1 nnil all that
Minn.) It'buss'
I the laid bill ot complaintwill
teachers examlnr Koutli of Northeast poarance
ist. taking I"n of half 'iinar- ,be taki-n a* confeHHijd: against.
(110.1'* H'ltithw lyltiNTVtMt
if Quarter
I am asking this question of "r I'uldli, hoar n n. now In""I.,1| | ( l'i'liruiiry yon and each. of you.
Norris of Lacrosse, filled who looking 211th<> 1415)) mild land lielnK, .It I I. further ordered that Hrudfonl this. 01',1..1' -
'oya. and girls are I .iweuly-nre: : (21) fret wlili tin North be pnlillMhod' In the
tular appointment here las would like to been County Telegraph, a new 1'&Ierpuhll..h.,1
r. ahead; what you nil mid 'I'wo hundred Thirty-two In Mtark! llradford County
wide the Month end InMorllon
? Begin now (12) Pert on week for tourweeks
: years from now ) anti Northwestquurter l Florida once are
Bosten of Alaucha, was ikg to give answer to this question. | of NeMSnn! Moventnen. (tiT) .. prior to the said lath day ofFebruary

visitor here last Satur What you are new. and what you and Northeast. quarter nf Northeaetlquurter I WltneMH, 102R the Honorable A Z. Art- ;ls of
of Httvilon Klirhtonn I (IH),
: kilts, Judge, of Hald Conrt nnd the
from now God all of the above h lnir In TownithlpHlx
will be every year cent. of this court, thin. the 12th day
vllllng, will decide Just what you (5). south Range 'rwenty-twos. ot January A. I' 199*.
Death (32) Knit: rontnli'liiK '' O W ArDRnMAN. ill
the will be ten years from now. ilrmi Kurty-two (342) acre more or Clerk Circuit Court,
death angel entered S. -' less. Florida. .
Thomas and ,NrAT1.N rN e1v.r9,(.f CWe Halit sole to bll made for cash, to ((8PJATO) Hradford County )1 eS.dIle
of Mrs. II. T. Of this you can be assured 6x1 jr/flo' r the highest and bant. bliliUr, subject .,. I* FRA/.ir.H.:

rom their midst their be will be a work to the Approval of the (' urt.Hpnulul. Solicitor for Compiainantti-13.,t-sad *
father Mr. H. T. Thomas however, that there Montreal like Quebec. 1* noted for pended. Chicago la 847 mile from tore for their Montreal game All JiJ. M. Master.l ._

lIe was In for' you to do ten years from now its winter sports and It. too, has the Montreal. Detroit 661, Boston 340. and games are played on artificial Ice. 1100'1'111 MCHOOr.. roMHOI.IUTIOV ,vdll.
urday evening. "
is aurvlv which you will be able to do if old world atmosphere for Villa Marie New York 348. the lost two mentionedare Devotee of skating Wlll\ find several SullrltorFrfAJirrnrd' Z-8-Bt-3-2._ F7EvI'IOV: :

ty-flrst year. He begin now t'o get ready for It. settlement was called wai only a, night' run and a short one Indoor rink and also 110mtn the -- uenttnd
you first
his wife mrs, H. T. ThomasIne word "now." as the ,. open air. oiii>r.ii foil rfiu.iCATio\ Tiy the power vented In them tha ;
at that
little ol
1: believe in the founded In 1643.: The Middle West ( Hoard ot I'ubllo instruction of Hrad
children Roy Harley, It Is full of meaning. It includes the United States 1* Inseparable from Mount Royal park with its doping The chateau de Ramezay. erected In In Circuit Court Twonty-Slnth Judicial ford County Florida, hereby call anelection

Dock Vergil Billy Fannie, of the present and it also gives Canada::: for Duluth. Detroit and many bill afford all that skier can desire 1700. is one of the most Interesting Circuit llradforil County, to ba .hall I In the achool and tot
all llalllironn
Lorlne. Three sisters. Mrs. If take ether town even along the Mlssls- and the surrounding country picturesque historical building in Montreal. It Htate of Florida.. In Chancery. noun.. In Vanilerbllt.tax school districts,

Blackwelder of 'iJeLeor us a key to the future. the you time 'Ippl own their origin to Montrealmen. In many section, meet with wa used a* a residence of the French liora FarbrldK, to Rising irmlna, special whether. or not they

Padgett of good care of the "now Visitor from this great Re- the requirement of those fond of and English governor of Colonial Complainant hall consolidate, vlect three trustee -
Mrs. John V"
N, "ahead" will have many good who visit this old world city long cross country tramp The Mon- Canada. It Ie now a museum and John f'arbrlilKe, and assess the mlllaca! for .saidconeniidated
Padgett .mblla If It should b.conNolldllled. *
City and Mrs. Hop things in store for you when you ',,in not feel a* alien Montreal'i treal Ski Club will stage Interesting ;well wortb a visit. The Bon.ecoun I)..f..ndant. district
mt City and two brothers,, the place the habitants It appttarlnic by afTUIavIt appotideilto said'
get to it. slogan "Abroad Without Crossing the competition every Saturday after Market 1* to see the olll tiled\ In the abnventatfldiitUNV For the purpose of holding
hnnle Thomas and Mr.. Lees I ; and which Druoamond. the well- election In llalkbronn district N, I>.
Cs e Sea. 1* literally true for with lu noon during January February. that John Karbrldno." the defand..nt U.Clemon .
and W.
from Georgia and one learn to two-third French-Cana Enowshoelng. though not so popular\ known poet of French Canadian verse,, Uiur.in' named I I. u non- Green. Drew. Itodilleh. .hod
should manager
are appointed
and girls population Florida and *
Boys of the Stftt of ,
on, Roy Jr. He leaves tc Is. This is an om- dian. Its cosmopolitan customs and the last few year. Is not altogether a depict with such accuracy Tbe h.raiililant u a renlilont of IS Vernon Ave For the purpose of holding? *a4election !
life of ol II. M. Mr-
see as Church. also thl name. U one In 1I1..lnldl..trl..t.
oli of the Plttshurgh.l'ennsylvunIn -
trans- thing past. of
circle 1 City
his death a wide is iMstorlcal building, one nue.
Life T. Crosby
ortant lesson to learn. world. Montreal stands pre-eminent in the the oldest In tba city. The old end I and I" over the. age of twenty- Hue II. II .Lawl. and .

and relatives in this county and, here. It is all around: us. It is panted Sport Into enthusiast another who bave only a game of hockey the national sport of the new blend In Montreal a* they dc Ion. years salt non-reHldnnt: It I.I therefore defendant nrcl..r"dtlllit boanil are appointed the' 'urpose managers.For of holdlnp I *al
tections of Bradford the time. Life In Quebec, the "New France" of oil el Vandurbllt U t. Connor, ,I
modernization In
functioning all limited time for a holiday can find Canada. To Montreal the U hereby required' a to ,
H a very good father to all. moves forward and we move withIt. much of what could ba found in and popularity of this sport U day and when liverslon from soorU I the I bill: of complaint\; rW."r. :: n raid 6th appointed Kirby Crews. managers.Nuid and Ham.. Whltahaad are

C .*<, fact we are a part of life. Switzerland. Sweden or Norway with I attributed and last year the Cana- activity are desired there are many IB I rouse on or before O.Monday HUH. etherwlsethe the election. to be held Saturday. if
In ,
..+.......+...... day of March A.
., think and express minimum\ of tuna and money ex- dlan drew a total of 180,000 spect- Montreal. alienation of nalil bill will b" F.l Hth. M.fcK
thoughts we W. KCKt.ITF.R
The ..... taken an confe."ed by said. defendIt Q
GRAHAM : become a part of life. The words I' If. n. WIOniNH. C'halrrnanSec

'(MI. A. W. Britt, Cor.) we speak add use from day to day as It unfolds from day to day. In top. lie made himself useful to even at this moment tbe beginningot I It In further, ordered that thin. or- and Cn..-Hupt._-ft-lt-i-l:

..TT......... .........k, become a part ana of deeds the life.mat we"ot live.wo short the student the boy, twen- those whom he served The years. the answer. i am sure that the I( ,

lam, Feb. 16.-wV are all The acts become centers of In- ty years ago, who walked from came and went. Twenty years passed boys and girls who read this article :: your CyY

o learn that Mr.recently Sim Thom-diedr fluence performs and help to make life from building to building on the campus by and there was need of a big will ay: "I am going to begin now YES We can charge 8 HRS
girl. Inez day to day. Life Is here. It was who sat from year to year in the man, a good man, a successful man to get ready." Thank you! that's
home. We did who studied his BATTERY (In eSmith's the
Rhely Wasdln has return- here when we came here. class rooms anu and an experienced man to fill the fine! Keep right one! you'll win! STORAGE
for not
make life. God made it lessons from day to day was i

ier home after a month visackaonvllle. not us. It Is a gift of God. That doing anything unusual Not at I position as president of a great Melbourne-Fire hydrants-In this

think of life he doing his work every railroad system. The men entrusted '
that we should :all) But was city painted.
Annie Roberts and Thelma means with the task and the responsibility ke
Starke [in the terms and In the languageof I. day as he was asked to do it. Marlanna-$125,000 new motion ft LS
were shopping in to fill the position
love God ball when he was Garage =
God's "ward. If we He did not play theater here.
picture planned
ty morning, love life. If we think In/ expected to study bin lessona. He knew exactly kind of a man
will I f Augustine 86.Cl7 contract -
tattle Varnea has been call- we word we will loaf when it wartime to they wanted. The searched for St. ,
of God's did not
the bedside of her brother the terms found him In the lad let for construction of new
him. They
I toIve fault with
did not find ,
God wants us work. lie
Parrish, and we all wish i it.live In life other as words we will see and the school, with the textbooks who began to make good twenty I I City.Clty Fullerwood St.grade Augustine.school In North --.. -:- -=-: -: :I Qk

and who has made
recovery. And with the lea- years ago
understand life Just as it Is. with the teachers or Augulltlne--St. Johns district -
Thelma Brown Pauline satisfied he asked good all these twenty years. And St.
did what was
nnd Ches Denson motored that will make us happy sons because he made good all the time of Florida Bankers Association
he did it cheerfully and & CO.
to do and I DAVIS
contented. held here J. R.
Gainesville Saturday night. and .e willingly. He loved life. That's he was made president of a great formed at meeting rack

A G. Brown Eld. Parrish who wasa loved his work his textbooks railway system when a man was recently. / wiU ,
A few weeks ago a man why he Stuart-Ground broken for new ..111aJ..
elms Brown motored over and needed for that importantpoeition.It
University school his
student at the State his packing house to be erected here
ke twenty to get ready
Monday. took years
ago was who took an interest in him. INSURANCEAGENCY
beeno of Minnesota twenty years people there by Martin county Growers' Association. ,
Ethel Strickland baa of the Chicago When this student graduated but when the position was

the bedside of her father. elected president System and took hla the man was there. We call it -
Railway twenty years
ih him a speedy recovery and of Milwaukee the great railroads of this place In real life he had faith In success. But in Its practical sense Melbourne-city ball building ESTABLISHED 1886

people of Graham are goinga one What was this' man doing himself in his work In life and In it Is simply a faithful continuing remodeled. Air Transit l .

supper for the benefit of country. student twenty his fellowmen. He used his edu- effort to get ready now for the Miami Milwaukee

urch. Everybody has beenMamortet when he was a andFrew ahead of you. Inc., to establish regular air ser-
ready. I lie studied observed, positions STARKE FLA.
getting cation.
years agoT He was vice between this city and st. Petersburg -
He wasleaetstng and developed. He began at
He was looking toy life aced tabor. H*I Okw 'bMMtw Mi tfa *.&... iar8nee i \IrtfaC win yaw be twwty :rears aD4 *...t' tftorUU rule. I -- ; 'IJ -- ::!
i8attrew i What sn" wrvr Is sbortly.Ii. elf"I
n"ttlnmwT you
al opened to public. was learning to see Ufa as 1C ft Add iI I Bat ira E f1\fs eyw on are .w



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JMGE RIGHT .- ___ ._ __ .,,_ _. '_. ,,_ BRADFORD_COt.'XTY TELEGn.\rH. STARKK._FLORIDA__ ..TUDAY.'. .F.nnt.\Jty. Ik

i I..N.NN..NNN.N.N.,IN...................... . . . night sermon at

Telegraph I : :' POLITICAL .. The
Bradford e Christian
County NEW RIVER : I : Keystone Heights \: .
.. at 6:30: p. m. :
I. Mine t.le SnPP| Cor. .' Mim Ifelesi Odes, Cor. Announcements Church Services rth
ESTABLISHED IN 1879 "Ing Is. "!\farr.., :.
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class /New River Feb. 10.-Miss Eun- Keystone Heights Feb. 1-- I hereby announce my candidacy .,.' 'p irjpturo I li,,,

:Mrs. E. O. Johnston of Sharon for Bherlff' of Brandford county subject yV mec''
Whitebead was absent from METHODIST
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida to the action of the voters at the ninalat.t '1,
her school two days last week 01acrount P.., Mrs. Ella Bird and Mrs. E. primary of June 6th. It elected I -- v. :30

1 11:. S. Matthews\ ___ _____________Owner and publisher of taking the teachers'I P. Caughey were entertained lot impartially promise the citizen of the county (Enoch Marvin Hooks, pastor., ) The Bndoaentlna \ i

.. C.KobInson______.____________________Managing Editor I examination.Miss lunch at the home of Mrs. W. H I 1 port will be appreciated Sunday school Sunday morningat 13th, at social the h M, <:
Jewel Wiggins who Is attending W. MITCH EDWAKD3I 10:00 o'clock, E. K. Ferryman 1
Ogden on Wednesday, Feb let Uglow. Each
., -- school Il
Starke spent the
SUBSCRIPTION RATE week-end at home. Dr. and Mrs. Rupert of Mead-I hereby. announce myself a (can supt.Worship to Inylte one Ci, I.' L
office with
dldate for re-election to the sermons .
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews vllle. Fa., arrived at their home In If reelected -
sheriff of Bradford county.
lof at 11:00 and -
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c:-Payable in Advance were visitors to Morriston last Keystone Heights on Thursday. I will a* In the past "far. by the pastor a. m. ST. "\Hi's
no pain In the full discharge" 7:30: p. m.
Feb 2 to
Advertising Rates on Application week. spend the remainder of I duties of the office. I earnestly solicit Junior League Sunday afternoonat The Rev. Ell ,,
the winter. of the voter In thnriHutng
the support .
who Is
Sarah attendIng
Miss Kelly,
primary. Respectful. 2:30: o'clock, Miss Fredericka Rector of St '
school In Starke, pent the Mrs. Ella Bird, Mrs. E. G. John- I \v. J FPPKRt'"v church ['
El Memories are like bill collectors-cannot be avoided. week-end at home. ston and Mrs.. W. H. Ogden were FOR HTVTH InX.TORTo Struth, supt.IIILeague Sunday afternoon at a Mission, Jackson at e. '""t-' '
entertained at-dinner at the homeof tart
Little Eloise Johns has been on the Democratic Electors oFifteenth
-0 3:00: o'clock, Mrs. E. M. Rooks, Starke beglnm. ; '
Mrs. District of
E. P. Senatorial
the sick list. We wish her a Caughey Thursday, ada 1
town. ''Let's keep up the good Feb. 2nd. Florida. I respectfully solicit your supt. February 12th t
Starke-the well paved .
speedy recovery.Mr. support for nomination In June primary -
Senior League Sunday eveningat continue !Monda\ ?
D. W. Kelley and daughter, Mrs. E. G. Johnston returned to as your State Senator for Bale ?, reed,
work her home District, which embrace. the counties 6:45 o'clock, Miss Harriett nlng at the sam. }
Miss! Lone were business visitors in Sharon, Pa., Friday, of Union and Bradford.KVERKTT ?
e --0Let's -- Feb. 3 after M. JOHNS: Mitch, president. Monday at lit\
to Brooker Tuesday afternoon.Mr. having spent a weekas "ere

attend the bridge opening at Green Cove Springs and Mrs M. L. Johns were the ,guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ella VOn TAX COLLECTOR Mid-Week Service Wednesday Corporate Comm ,r .."Jman's ,

4 business visitors In Starke Thurs- Bird, of Keystone Heights. Having been urged by my friends evening at 7:30: o'clock. Auxlllar ,t-: da, It
March 14th.: Mrs. S. A. Cooper entertainedwith and, feeling that I am duly qualified, a. m. Celebrar >, I
day. I thereby. announce myself a candidate l'n.sUr.r.nl.XSunday : munlon.It flail
o Mr. J. L. Johns motored over to a birthday dinner party Sun- for Office of County Tax Col.

New auto tags in Tampa are being stolen almost as fastas Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. day, Feb. 6th, In honor of Miss lector subject for to Bradford the Democratic County,Florida Primary, school 10 a. m. will be rem""o'red'

be sold. .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson Jeanette Lawrence. Mrs. Cooper's next June. Morning sermon at 11 a. m., and Pennington conch ? tl
they can w. E. TORODE here last
year du ,
guests included Miss Lawrence I
and children, were visitors at New ? (the), *?
o Htver Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Elizabeth Caughey. )I -myself a candl- Much that at the expiration of my Crusade and w. ,k fore,
I hereby announce
well done
Plant City Growers have received over $80,000 to date Guy Andrews of Starke was Miss Ruth Lawrence, Miss Arneeta dlate for the office of Tax Collectorof : thou term,good you will and-say falthful to me servant, another such see on >, ,**/,*
solicit. the
Ogden, and Miss Helen Ogden. Bradford County. I I earnestly solicit your support. All are welcome
a week-end visitor at his home I support of the voter of the County :
from berry shipments. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mack'and and If elected promise. the faithfuldischarge I 3. T. BARNES, U. S. Oarlcton Itt

here.Mr. of the duties of said of- ...
o and Mrs. J. L. Johns and family drove to Keystone Heights -
lice I hereby announce myself a candidate Madison--Stat< (
1 No wonder the Dunnellon Truth is such a good paper; daughter Miss Essie, attended from Jacksonville to spend the _C. A. KNIGHT. for the office of Representative between Green, fllh"a,: ,1
In the next Legislature, and Ind
its editor came from the Land o' 1\lanatee.-Palmetto News. church at Pine Level Sunday afternoon week-end at their home here. Mrs COUNTY:' JtDOB confidently rely upon the road In Jefferson Nt
A. Weimman returned to Jacksonville I hereby. announce that I will be a the mocratlo electors ; Bradford lnty
To the land. with them few candidate for re-election to the office county. Groveland- -Bids wilip be'
promised to
y Mr. Wesley Hersey was a visitor a of County Judge of Bradford County. J. f._FRAZI7) ed In Februar\ r0,
UFlapper's in Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. days as their guest.Dr. Florida subject to the Democratic stretch w
Primary to be held 6th 1928. o'racl' TO ntnTOIISin! <"ItEDITOH9 between hen and
motto: "Never put off what you can wear to- M. J, Sapp has returned George W. .Mead occupiedthe Your support will be appreciated.GEO. county line on Stat. road
home from a visit to Madella. pulpit of the Keystone Heights A. OAHD1NKUTAT \ Madison

morrow.-Times-Union. Rather it is "Never put on today Mr. llermle Kelly and sister, Community church Sunday, Feb. A""F.8110n! NOTICE 1* hereby given to all -Addltl-u n im'
Ing built to C A
5 occasion of the installation the public' Creditors Legatees dlstrlinteesand Gialock;,
on I hereby announce to
what tomorrow. Miss Lorle, were visitors to Starke
can wear all having claims
you that I candidate for the om..eof persons building at corns (RJ,
am a
Sunday afternoon.Mr. of the Rev. Ben. R. Weld as regular Tax Assessor, subject to the will against the Estate of Henry Y. Marlon. '

b o Reddish Andrews was visit- pastor. Dr. Mead lead a very of the voter at the coming Democratic Brown deceased. are hereby required -

Tampa is now headquarters for state candidates and poll ing Mr. Lawrence Wiggins Sunday Impressive service in which the June 5,Primary 1928. In asking election for to thin be otllre hold to present. to their the claims Honorable duly Geo.authenticated In Bartow-Gas several of main mains belt,
A. Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford UreetUr
} '' Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall of WashIngton will that I am thoroughly familiar
Tribune. not enumerate the worth- afternoon. say
ticians.-Tampa Why with the duties pertaining County Florida, within one -MulberryInternational
Little Miss Dorothy Sapp, who D. C., Rev. E. D. Wowry, of If elected. I year from date hereof for his approval
thereto, and promise. '
while things, like the South Florida Fair, for instance? I Io has been attending school at Ma- Keystone Heights, and Dr. Wm. II. will discharge the duties. of said office or this notice will be held tn-In cultural Chemical! '1rporallD!
liar thereof. And all persons paring to drain
della has returned home. We are Crawford of Meadville, fa., took in the same personal-elltclent have "..ht.." to the said Henry Y. Brown small m,
and collectorssdutleas-rand\: 1I1 Estate are requested to their swamp on Lakeland! roil
Who will be the first among the state office graft-par- all glad to see her back. part. Special mdslc was providedby the:he job when you come to make been your 1 aid. debts forthwith to the pay undersigned prospect of mining tblspny
the under direction of
j 7 don, office holders-to follow the example set by the Broward Sunday Mr. and with Mrs.* Mr.R.Turner's J. Turner parents spent, Mrs. E. choir A. Smith.A r..turnHlve It, and me will a show trial my I will appreciation appreciate -- Thin the Admlnl 9th day lratrlx.of February, 1928. Lakeland-"Lakeland i.
county teachers in voluntarily asking their salaries be re- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner of Lake' very creditable performanceof solicit your by my support.work. I earnestly LAURA WYNN HINTON Star"Evening Telegram" conaollditet,"
duced in order to lower taxes? Butler.Mr. Zona Gale's one act comedy, Most Sincerely, E. W. HAYESI 2-1 OI46! _Administratrix..

and Mrs. M. L. Johns visited "Neighbors", was presented by the -- .-. .
hereby announce that I am a candidate -
o the home of Mr. Johns' mother, Keystone Heights Woman's Club for reelection to the office of

i Automobile magazine says seven out of every ten persons Mrs. Bell Johns Sunday. Monday evening Feb. 6, in the auditorium county assessor of taxes of Bradford

Messrs. Wesley Johns and Jay of the Melrose school wishes.of voters ate coming
are riding in automobiles. It has been predicted that within the the
visitors to Lake But building. Those taking part In the rlmary solicit your

ten years Henry Ford will have wings on the other three.- ler Moody Monday.were play were: Mrs. S. A. Cooper, Mrs. 'lupport.do ao on In a record rtfr;, of: courteous-eleetlon, efficient -I How About

Times-Union, Henry or St. Peter. There will be preaching at the 'Chas. Anderson, Mrs. J. II. Lawrence and helpful service to and the

o New River Baptist church Sunda Mrs. C. H. Clark Mrs. F. should people> you of favor Bradford me. I will county continue

at 11 o'clock a. m. Everybody G. Cornish, Mrs. Lelghman, and to Rive you that same :: 'tfU.JV YOUR Tubes?
State candidates should begin to express their views on Invited to come. Miss Donna Kerr and Miss Hela pecttuly.I have given. In the' re-

the question of what part of the state taxes they think auto- Ogden. At the beginning of N. D. WAJNWF.TOHT
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned the Miss Virginia

'I mobile owners should pay, and the a. o. should begin to work Thursday from Hastings where she Jane program Miller played two selections SUPERINTENDENT STHUCTIO'V PUBLIC IV- 01a

; for relief from present excessive taxes. had spent ten days with her on the piano and Miss reelection In announcing to the a office* a candidate of Superintendent for-

daughters. She was accompanied Donna Kerr entertained with a 1 of Public Instruction of

,,1 o borne by Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts song and a musical reading The tradford county, I promle. If' re.

The prohibition act is now being enforced by officers in and son, who will spend the club expect to present the play lected.nce of,the the duties faithful of this office perform-ando

most sections just like the voters who elect the officials, wantit remainder of the week with rela again at the Florida Chautauquaon ho maintain welfare of as grat the children an Interest during In

tives. the evening of Feb. 17th. as I have In the '
enforced-and as officers are human beings they are going the next four years -
a.t. I hereby solicit you vote.
Friends o JMr. and Mrs. M. M. ..
to hold their a man's vote by the smell of H. B, ti IOGINSI
jobs just as long as they can. guage Sargent, of Brooklyn, were deeply -
Sanford Herald.
his breath.
,' I ----0 grieved to'learn of the death hereby announce myself a can-
Will also said that votes count and didate'for the office of Superintend. 8
of their infant: son, Sunday Feb. ; Instruction of I radforI -
Jacksonville educator blames individualism for increasein strong breath doesn't and If "you ant of Public
5th. Funeral services in charge I County, subject to the action of .
I' in divorce statistics. Yea individual tables individual ham- don't believe the people believe In the primary June 6th. I earnestly .
of the Rev. BenJ. K. Weld and the : and support, and If .
watch them vote.- illicit yi>ur vote
mocks, individual opinions and other things aid divorce along. prohibition Hoy. E. D. Mowry were held at elected I promise in return, a fair :
Ocala Star. of the .
'y Times-Union." Thin paragrapher made a good start, but his --0A --- the home Monday afternoon. Interment affairs'and( Impartial of. the administration office, devoting my .IiI.IiIi
took place at the Melrose imo, and energy to the advancementof
failed before the list two dollar license tag Is ad- the cause of education. .
t'r nerve was complete. cemetery where Mr. J. J. Lawrence I I
vacated by Bob Holly, veteran columnist R..pectfully.A. O
conducted a brief service. .1. ontFFIS
o of the Sanford Signal. The
The Rev. Hulbert A. Woolfall, I ai
Editor Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent suggestion is meeting with much CI.KIIK CIRCUIT COfllT II
of Washington, D. C., rector of St. I hereby. announce to the voter of I
.L.. 1 with the removal of the mask the Ku Klux Klan "can take its approval on the basis that the Phillip's church at Laurel Md.. Bradford County, that I am of a Circuit candl- ,
gasoline tax. Is ample taxation for late for the office of Clerk
place without a stigma the great fraternal orders of arrived In Keystone Heights Friday ourt. I shall be very grateful toveryone ,
among the privilege of motoring or doing for their support and vote
Feb. 3rd, to visit his sister,
the country." Friend Benjamin is doubtless acquainted with Business with the automobile.Uuart .- .t the primary election to be held on
Mrs. F. G. Cornish. Rev. Woolfall, Tuesday, June 6th. 1928. Having

I the principles of the order, its early struggles and the great attention News.to that Glad Idea you of called Bob's. our It'sabout who is recuperating from an operation readY served the everyone County Ie I familiar In this with capacity mwork '

e d f, number of "undesirables" dropped in.Its. reorganization, who what we think ought to be ( will return to Washington the more and your appreciated support will by meI be all
next week.
+! a in many instances brought discredit on the klan after they brought about.-Ocala Star. Good, : promise continued Q. W. ALDERMAN.

i_ had been dropped from the rolls. now how about some action?- ........................
.. .. Plant City Courier. FOR

: ''t I : -- -0- .. (Mrs EVERGREEN F. A. RosIer Cor.) ... lhe hereby.am a announce candidate for to the Represen-publlo It doesn't pay to take chances on tubes.
With one candidate for a high of Bradford !
I z ;
I office declaring that he will enforcethe ........................ I o the Democratic will of the Primary voter election corn.ng to An old tube a leaky tube a tube wit]

FROM OTHER PENS i law against gambling on horse Evergreen, Feb. 10.-J, E. Koser be held I June I r' 1928. In soliciting porous ,

and dog races in Florida and an- Cheathem and Cohen Peele, your support. promise If electedtrue ,
and faithful service-give me atrial a faulty valve may quit working at the vrrot
f1 other> candidate for an office al- were visitors to Gainesville Wednesday I will try to make my: record

.,---.-- ., most as high, advocating local op- of last week. time and ruin Goodyea
an expensive casing.
tion on the parl-mutuel race track Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Padgettand
A Tampa dairyman was fined A flapper Is a girl that puts six
question. It will be interesting to son, of near Sanderson, spent
}' for watering \the milk Instead of coats of powder on her face a can note what the voters say at the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I Wm. J. 1LIFFE Tubes don't cost any more than ordinary tube

r the cow.-Starke Illal- of her and those sections of the
Telegraph mascara on eyelashes, ballot box In Pringle. New casin
fresh Goodyear Tubes inside
eah state where race tracks are supposed Miss Lucile Forsyth spent Thursday I your
: bootleggers should learn a lesson a. bottle of red paint on her lips

( from that.-Miami Beach Sun. and cheeks shakes herself, and to be necessary as an attractionfor and Friday of last week In Expert Watch Repairing are the cheapest and best tire insurance yt
Star. Starke
winter loutiets.-0cala\ taking the teachers exam- '
k -0- says; "Cloth.es I'm going down
An editor of the paper at Cross O-' Ination. i all pocks:
can buy. Three for
town. It you want to go bang It Is reported that the Ku Klux Mr. and !Mrs; A. D. Rosier and I types-priced

City. Fla., found a dollar on the on-St.! Andrews Day News. Klan is going to discard the mask.It baby of the state farm were the

y's to church and Is now running -o i will be wise if it does so. The guest>i of Mrs. Hester Sapp, Sunday books.

religious department In his Everything must come to some mask has been the order's greatest ENGRAVINGJEWELRY

l { b sheet.-Atlanta Constitution. kind of an end. Even the Fall- handicap. The Ku Klux obligation Mrs. !Maggie Forsyth and children I

demands of its members that they spent the week-end with her

t Johnny Jones gave all the Jon- Sinclair case, which Is dragging Its be loyal to their country and obey later, Mrs. C. A. Pringle.
through the courts, will finally -
: ses a free .trip through his shows be disposed of.-Ocala Star. Its laws. We are acquainted with J. D. Peele and R. S. Rosier Supreme Service Station)

f'' at the South Florida Fair the other many members of the Klan, and were visitors to Starke Sunday af-
That is a rather strong statement;
; ; day. The other half of Tampa but yesterday's announcement that are sure they are good men and 1 ?rnoon. Hull Building

i had to pay cash.-Gainesville Sun the world will last 20,000,000 good citizens. But bad men some Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent Wednesday NO. 2 PHONE!8

--moo- members of the order and some of last week with her

,i Just because a fellow has a big years wlll.-Tampa longer raises Times.hope that it not, have undoubtedly' committed 1 daughter. Mrs. C. A. Pringle.. Starke

j "corn" crop It doesn't necessarily outrages under ,protection of the Roy and Calvin Morgan of Florida
mean that he Is a good farmer.- The Bradford County Telegraph mask. It this Is removed the Klan men St. Marys, spent the week-end I

Palmetto News. Nor a good bootlegger wants to know "What connectionIs ran take its place without a stigma here the guests of their parents, -

;:gk f, !-Dunnellon Truth. there between the recent cold among the great fraternal'orders Mr. and Mrs W. M. Morgan.

-n- of the county.-Palm Beach In ;Ill IItlIWWYIY4,. -- .;.;:. "....cl
wave and the decision to manufacture ) OF THANKS .Aluih.y.xtlWaYlUlllall
Starke strawberry grower recently underwear at the state dependent.

shipped an eight-quart farm?" We refer this to the Sarasota -0--- :
I wish to thank the many friends
The Duval Construction Com-
"freezer" of strawberries to New f
committee which'opened the ''
for their kindness during the illness
York and received $100 to add to pany, which has the contract for -
straw hat season the fifteenth of'
and death of'my husband and
his Christmas fund.-Tlmes-Un- I lardsurfaclpg State Road 13 from I
4 i this month.-Plant City Enter
ba.t the end of the present paved road, for the beautiful floral offerings.

o prise. to Cedar Key moved onto the Job' Especially do I thank Dr. W. E. et!

4' Our --o-- week with complete lot of Middleton for his untiring ser
omce mocking bird or the II. E. L., paragraph fan from this a
r.. which and started laying rock vice.
one furnishes us music In equipment
contributes this
Starke one;
the trees The has about fifteen Mrs. Alice Jones.OPF.MXO .
: In front, disappeared during base company
, t '. "Tight Skirt riny is soon to be l
the cold wave and we had to trucks hauling and is prepared
married. She will wed Old TightWad OF HltANDS
i p-f, flU Its place. Don't mean that we to handle upward of twenty cars JACKSON/'ILLS FL.
> He made his first wife sit BRIDGE IS DELAYED .
, I r have been sitting out on a limb. of rock a day. This company has
. In the boat and came home tight I'PTO\v.. J7'08'
II But singing.-Dahlonega (Ga.) a rock plant at Wllltston which Piest. .DI lards na..dt.,... n..lalr. P.o.. G-8004
every Saturday night. It was only St. Augustine. Fla.. Feb. 6. .1. Slr..I Phase _MNt
k Nugget was opened up this week and put
r by a tight squeeze she got one I Because of a delay in receiving
r ----o-- square meal a day. In these'tight In operation to furnish the job. structural steel for the Shands r
/'. :Haybe The Is the lime
the university authorities rock high grade UMBERFraming.
j times Tilly need not promUe her bridge spanning the St. Johns rIv-
who banned automobiles rock of that section and a Levy
were '
self much.. -Times-Union. between
very er Green Cove Springs
W( only taking a rap at companlate 'county product that Is known
-o-'i 'Orangedale, thus linking Clay
: carriages.-Sarasota Times. ; throughout Florida for Its excellence -
We It all the men who drink bootleg Siding.
and St. Johns counties, the formal : Flooring. Plal8h Brick time,
Roofhg Laths ,
, i 0 must presume, then that they'd be liquor voted against prohibition, as road material. The first Shingles, .
t opening of the bridge is postponedfor
) 1 opposed to capital punishment 'shipment arrived Thursday and is Cement! Plaster, Doors Windows
l the eighteenth amendment two weeks the new date being Asphalt Shingles Asbestos Shingles,
.1 :, .. since they want to ban necking would not last very long, but as being spread at a rapid rate.- March 14th. The previously set OUR TRUCKS CAN

::1}; o- parties.-Miami Beach Sun. Will Rogers has said, "You can't Cedar Key News. was February 29th. ..,... ... .. DELIVER DIRECT TO TOUR JOBn'
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