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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 17, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I CANNED IN TENTATIVE On Four CountiesTo Move To End I i I AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS


Rout Ticks The city council met Feb. 7th, Car Ventilating
I FLORIDAROADBUDGE'r in regular session with the followIng : I "The man who makes nature

Livestock Itonnl; :; Outline Work members present: C. F. Hoover I'rolxse.Icw RcKuinllon Sui- SHANDS BRIDGE] live" is the expression used to describe -

Feb. 1 O.-The II For Itettcr Cuttle. chairman, L. A. Davla, W. L. |M>nd Fla.,
fallaliassee OPENING on the program ot the Florida -
jget/ of maintenance and con-I Fix Program To State quarantine- against the Wall.Minutes of the last meeting were' Railroad companies handling i PLANI I Chuutatiqua, Keystone Height l
clean work for 1928 of the; : read and approved. (<'l'b. 21. 22 and 23. Mr. Dlxon's
of cattle
,spread ticks was imposed perishable freight, which Included'
Advertise State | Co mm It tee :MeelM<< In .relent ('It
e road department, just made ; The council agreed to buy 300( ) subjects Include "Natures Wonderland -
[lie ihows that 804.* 3 miles of .en Suwannee, Columbia, Baker and feet fire hose from Cameron and thousands of cars of citrus nnd tt> \rrnnlot. .:\'t'lit. ," Trees and Civilization", and

,ways and 16,653 feet of Maya Meets Committee | Union counties, effective March 6, Barkley of Jacksonville. vegetables from Florida annually 'I "Animals and Their Ways." Tuesday -
of
:stale
ItCS are under construction; Chamber Hero to Draft at a meeting of the Florida Livestock Mr. Woodbrldge requested permission must continue to pay close attention St. Augustine. Feb. 13.Oenorcommittee and( Wednesday lectures will
111 miles of roads have been I'Inns.Jackaonvlllo Sanitary board held Wednesday to widen pavement on to the Ventilation of cars up heads. from St Johns bo delivered at 8:00: p. m. and I.,
led to be paved; 468.88 miles Walnut street in front of his prop : and Clay counties held a meeting Thursday appointment at 2:30: p.
In the Floridan 15t
hotel, Tam to Sept. a least according to u
nods and 14,050 feet of bridges erty. The matter was taken under m. In addition these public
Feb. 14-Plans for pa. This action Is preliminary I to decision of the Interstate commerce ( here today to discuss tentative
projects not under conatruc- advisement.City lectures Mr. Dixon will conduct p,
Plaits for the program to be followed
and 83.35 miles of highways, advertising Florida out of funds 'a cattle-dipping campaign in these! I Attorney A. S. Crews was I commission Washington, March 14th at the big bit Indoor and out-ot-door classes.
under state supervision. provided in a special appropriationby counties to rid them of cattle lick authorized to proceed with codifyIng Monday. The commission postponed beciie. to be hold connuotlon Those who had the privilege/ of r,.
he budget also lists twenty- the legislature were laid at a "Already 18 counties are free of 1 the ordinance of the city e of to Sept. IBth the operationof | with the opening and dedication ot hearing this authority on nature

t projects to be built by coun- meeting here today in the Carllng! ticks, the greatest of theI Starke. new regulations the 'the Shands' bridge across the St. study last year at Keystone f fI
ands expended under state sup- hotel of a special committee named enemy Routine bills were paid and the governing)) 'Johns river linking St. Johns and Heights; and who have read his Interesting
ilon by the Florida State Chamber of I I cattle and dairy Industries of ,(council! adjourned to Feb 21st. handling of perishable freight, Clay at Ort'elCove Springs and.OraiiKedalt books will appreciate this
grand total of 2,785.35 miles Commerce. ( Florida. By the end of this year which were to have gone Into effect ). second opportunity.
Broads Is Included In the conotion : '- Nathan Mayo, commissioner of the board hopes to have 48 percent PU I1LIO rilAHlTIKH, a week from today. The new regulation | Another meeting will bo held | On Thursday, Feb 23rd at 2:30:
budget and roads hereto- agriculture for Florida, attended( of Florida free from ticks, according would allow railroads to Thursday of this week, for the purpose o'<'loek, Mrs. Clara Z. Moore-Fer-
& constructed In the seven dl- the meeting. It was for the chief\ to Dr. J. V. Knapp, state A meeting called by the mayor make ventilation changes "us soon I iof mapping: out tho program cell will conduct a conference on rtI
Ins of the department calling purpose of conferring; with Commissioner veterinarian and secretary of the was recently held In the Woman's as practicable" I for the jubilee, and cutting forth i Health and Self-Expression. I t4
I maintenance. They are,dlvid13 Mayo that the meetingwas board. Club parlor to further consider the Fruit and vegetables consignedto all plans definitely and complete! I The Community Theatre Playersof
follows: called, Karl Lehmann, executive j Work of eradication must pro- { best way to organize for the better northern destinations from I Those present at this morning New York City, will appear la ilk
vision No. 1, miles 699:90: ; secretary of the Orange county : ,teed slowly and In conformity with management of our public cahrl- Florida are shipped In refrigeratorcars meeting were C. Samuel Johnnon, the comedy, "Hla Honor, Abe Po-
|slon No. 2, miles, 562.98; din chamber of commerce presided.The well established boundaries, because ties. Mrs. Leonard superintendent with vents open to providefor I general chairman\ for the enllcelebration atu on Thursday evening at 8:00:
[, No.3, miles, 272.04 ; Div committee, which expectedto the disease caused by ticks isi of the Baptist Chlldrens Home ventilation. As the cars reach ; A. (J. Shands, builder 0'1'10Tho\ fame of the "Pot
k No 4, miles 612.2; division remain in session until mid-af i contagious. It started according of Jacksonville, addressed the: colder climates, or as temperatures\ ''of the Shunus bridge, linking Ht. ash stories" III world-wtde and this f
[ 5, miles 270.71 ; division No. ternoon, decided upon three things to a definite program following the i meeting, giving much valuable information drop to freezing point, these vents !Johns mend Clay counties; U. I K.litilvey Is the very best story of this famous -
niles, 117.64; division No.7, this morning. First, it decided I to passage of a state law In 1923.The I as to how this work was must be closed. Failure of railroads general secretary for the series presented l in dramatic
h 249.88.!) to advertising being done in other counties of to close attention to form. The Community Theatre
employ an agency prepare ( work is proceeding from two cen- I pay Clay county ,committees; F. J Ber
|he budget is a tentative one copy for the campaign; i ters, the lower East Coast and Florida and in other southern keeping vents open when there Is chairman of the Clay county I fl1 Players have established a most r
was adopted at the recent second It decided to recommend Western Florida. On the Blast states. The problem of public welfare no danger of frost, and closed 1 I'ry. committee; II. K. Wolfe, I I enviable record In the lyceumfIeld
rterly meeting of the depart expenditure of $10,000 for exhibitsat Coast Martin Palm Beach, Brow Is now receiving increased attention when, the mercury fulls below chairman of the St. Johns county .
held here. It will be brought state fairs, and third, it agreedto ard Dade and Monroe counties in every state and the FlorIda freezing, may cause heavy damage ntertalnmeiit committee, and J. A. | Dr. !Samuel'' R. McCormick, Chancellor -
it the next meeting of the de+ lay almost equal emphasis i in ;are free from ticks. In Western Legislature; passed an act, from rot on the one hand, and Rowund, chairman of the St. Johns Emeritus University of fGfiu
ment, to be held at Orlando, the advertising campaign upon agriculture ,I Florida the area west of the Ock- which went into active effect last frost on the other, local shipperssay. county finance committee. I'lttsburg, will preach the sermon. merstaelt,
ch 15th, when recommenda- and industry of Florida.; i locknee river Is already free. Eight year, providing for the creationof Mr. Shands announced that he at the assembly service Sunday afternoon /
'I and protests in connection The larger portion will be spent I counties between the Ocklockneeand a state board of Public Welfareof A tow days after the new schedule Will have u pamphlet program: I Feb. 19th. at 3:00 o'clock.
i Its adoption will be heard. upon advertising agriculture of the Suwannee rivers will be five members; two of whom ,I of regulations were Issued Dec. printed and 1 that 40,000 motorists W. l\ IIAITIWAMJUKW. :
he budget gives seventy pro- Florida, according to a tentative ,released from quarantine this shall be women, authorizing the 24 a protest was made to the Interstate In surrounding counties will bo I "
s as under construction on road agreement this morning, but an almost spring If the eradication campaign [employment of a secretary, who commerce commission by sent copies before the celebration.In F. Haltlwanger, of Bland
hers one, two, three, four, 5-A, equal 'sum will be expended (carried on there last year is found shall be known as Commissioner of ,' the Growers and Shippers leagueof this connection, it was decided precinct Alachua county, a nat've: lit
{ten, eleven, thirteen, fourteen, in telling of the Industrial advantages I to have been absolutely effective ]| Public Welfare, and an assistant Florida and the American Fruit to send copies of the program t to of Columbia died February 3, at ;
lateen, nineteen, twenty-four, of the state. No selection was The four counties placed under I I secretary, who shall be known asI and Vegetable Shippers Association all county ofllclals and prominent the age of 59, Deceased was o>. 1)C
ty-seven, twenty-eight, thirty- made of the media to be used, but quarantine yesterday adjoin these.So I Director of Child Welfare and of Chicago, calling attention"to citizens throughout: Florida" together well\ known and well-to-do farmer-
and fifty, with two on road it was said newspapers of large circulation far as is possible, areas chosen,| making} an appropriation for carry action of the national perishable with special letter Invitations of Alachua county He Is survived
seven on road 2; four on published outside of the for quarantine are bounded by rivers ing into effect the provisions of freight committee In what! to the celebration, which will by his wife and two brothers, M. F. new
I 3; ten on road 4 ; four on state, magazines and farm and industrial I double fencer railroads and I this act. seems to be an attempted evasionof be staged for linking of St. Johns Haiti wnntrer: of Kathleen Fla.,. fluid
1 5-A; one on road 6 ; ten on papers would be used barriers to maintain the quaran Mrs. Wm. Ball wife of the editor carriers' liability when ventilators and Clay counties of the St., John and Lee Haiti wanner; of Starke, He
1 10; one on road 11; two on chiefly. No billboard advertisingis tine. Each eradication campaign : of the Times-Union of Jacksonville of refrigerator cars are not I" also survived by four sons, W. JCIerhrat
1 13; two on road 14 ; three on to be engaged In, it was said. I starts In March and ends In December I who is a member of Board, properly manipulated by the rail Senator Dell Not M HaltlwuiiRer of Lake City, 13.
I 17: seven.on road 14; three Attending the meeting!: were Vernon and includes periodic dip, will glady come here to help us by roads." |:0. Haltlwanger of Ocala' John
oad 17; seven on road 19 ;i one Knowles, of Coral Gables Corporation ping. SuUlclent vats have to be 1 explaining this bill and the way I it The commission was asked 1 to To Enter Race i llultlwungty of Alachua, and O. M.
road 24; three on road 27: one ; Charles L. Leach, manager ready, and are ready In these four should become effective In Bradford suspend. this new provision and I to ,''HultlwunK/ r of Aluchua, and one ,
load 24; three on'road 27; sis of the chamber of commerce, counties: before the campaign be county. conduct: fen Investigation to determine : For daughter Mrs W. T. Witt of the lcejtll
road 28; two on road 35 andon Monticello; Karl Lehmann, of Orlando gins. The Idea is to have every county what Is the fair and reasonable Congress Mason community In Columbia. iobileganua
road 50 in the) folowing ; Dr. D. Walter Morton, of 1 Florida is already reaping the In the state organize Into a county requirement, according to a ,county
Jit lea; Penney-Gwinn Farms; Commissioner benefit of tick eradication Dr. welfare board or federation of social bulletin by I K. S. Bridges, manelersecretary Gainesville Feb. 1"Senator Funeral services were held I la ,
' >, Flagler, Marion, Broward, state department of agriculture; T. Knapp visited the now free counties the State Board In carrying out the ciation.: t that he will not bo a candidate south of Lake City, on Saturday(
Palm Beach Sarasota Su- of bureau of the East Coast he found' objects of this bill and the Mothers The allows the former for Congress In opposition to ills
P> J.i Brooks, director : on suspension j lust by llev. E. C. Witt, with Inter its
nee Lafayette, Jackson, Wa- Immigration; L. M. Rhodes, state only 800 head of cattle. There I Pension Act. Many county regulation, which holds rail- Congressman It. A. Green Ur.ell's mont In the cemetery at the.
i. Franklin, Gulf, Leon, Bay, marketing commissioner; Al Harris are now more than 20,000 headIn commissioners do not consider that roadrt to stricter account than the l name has been mentioned eh ul''h. The pallbearers were a bail!
>rson, Levy, Alachua, Putnamborough executive director of the Believers this area. Including more than! I they have authority under the new one seem to, to remain In effect by his friends as a candidate for York Malpus, Loroy Witt DratenMalphua cat It'1t
| Madison, Taylor, In Jacksonvlle, and Dudley: a dozen fine herds and many win Mothers' Pension Act to grant allowances pending Investigation, which this. office during the past several l.. A. Campbell Myron.
Marlon, Brevard, Collier, Haddock of the Florida State ners of champion awards in this except during the. time must be completed by Sept. IGtli.ATTKMHM1 weeks and heretofore he was un- Mulphun and U.! S. Swllley.. busy
mbla, Union, Bradford, Ham- chamber of Commerce.The I and other state competition. I'I'I the school Is in session, and yet dodded us to whether he would
i and Suwannee. Nine of the committee was named durIng | Herd. ImprovedAs the law says specifically, "The provisions :: HTUAW.11KHRY. become a candidate or not JOHN: MOSIKV
ccta, on Roads 5-A, 6, 10. 11, the administration of Herman! soon as an area is free, the of this act shall be construed : IlKAIUMJS: "When the good people nominated LID are
19 28, 35 and 50 are being :! )ann as president of the state board) turns its attention to 1mI -I liberally to the ends that the and elected me to the State Jacksonville, Feb. 10--John B. n(1,4 of
trusted with funds supplied chamber. porting purebred bulls to the territory best interests of all dependent Mr. F.. 8. Matthews left Monday Senate from this district I believe Mosley, 82, a resident of Doctors
Ie counties it la stated. |I to improve stock. Duringthe children shall be considered." The night to attend hearings 1 In they expected me to fulfill my contract Inlet, died at his home late Tuesday tiles
m projects listed as graded to 84)t MILKS; OIMIOAI> last year more than 100 of law providing county wellfare Birmingham, Ala., Wilmington, N. and serve them for the full afternoon after an extended
ved number twenty-one; eight IIKIMJ rOXHTUCCTKUTHROUGHOUT these animals were Imported into boards Act 369, 1928, permits the C., and New York City on express term," Senator Dell, explained."My Illness. Mr. Mosley was well
toad No. 1, in Oadsden, Oka- : HT.VTK Western Florida. One campany; county court of commissioners and j i movement of berries. Since the first purpose In life has beento known In the Doctors Inlet district d8P
Madison, Holmes and Leon --' in Gadsden county is now bringingin board of education to combine i fight started to secure express be true to a trust and fulfill my; having lived there for more millers,'
Feb. 8.-The budget females their Interests and employ a county Florida struwberrles to others. The cost: ot originally .
lies, with four In Gadsden;; Tallahassee, 60 head of Aberdeen-Angus movement for obligations than 50 years. He wall
| on Road 2, in DeSoto, Char- of maintenance and construction to provide pure-bred animals welfare worker whose duty I It Alabama and other sections running for public office has and u native of Lake City. He wan a livcliKS -
I 1928 of state road shall be to serve the juvenile courtas have come from seeking office Branch Holiness
Lake and Orange; one on work for for Florida herds. This is I producing strawberries will prevent many member of the Long
4, in Palm Beach; two on department, just made public the first of its kind In the state, probation officer and the schools I in and are asking for the same seri and ) am no exception to church. Besides! his bereaved
5-A, both in Columbia; two shows that 804-13 miles of highways and would have* been impossiblein as attendance officer, and such i vice granted Louisiana growers. the rule. ''widow, Mrs. Liza Mosley. he In survived lucid.totol'5.
}oad 10, in Leon and Wakulla; and 16,653 feet of bridgesare any tick area. Eventually Dr. worker could look after destitute I At the hearing In New York "With deep appreciation for the by five daughters, Mrs.MundY .
r>n Itoad 13, in Levy; two on under construction; 229.18 Knapp hopes to see Florida free families and act as county nurse City, scheduled for February 27th, many kind and Kuni>rou words of Bell and Mrs. Nancy Hell
19, in Leon and Jefferson ]: miles of roads have been gradedto of ticks and fine herds of beef and and report all needy cases to a buyers and commission men will he my friends and In view of the fact ot Mlddleburg Fla., hike Henrietta -
m on Road 20, in Jackson. be paved; 468.83 miles of roads dairy cattle taking the place of welfare committee and work under heard as to condition of Florida that I feel that I am obligated to Coleman of Htarke; Mrs. Sarah
[Jects now under construct and 14,050 feet of bridges are the scrawny native animals. their direction.At I' fruit arriving on the markets the people of this district I must Conell: of Perry and Mrs. Charles 10It
projects not under constructionand .. the dote of the meeting Inthe : there, and the necessity and doslrablllty respect fully decline to become a Wilson, of Green Cove Springs;
83.35 miles of highways are EVIDENTLY: IU4MKVH; ; 'V mau's Club, the mayor was of the express service. candidate for Congress from the ,seven sons, J. B. Mosley, of Clay
t s! Road 1, In Duval county; "
2 eight, two in Lake, two under state supervision.The FLORIDA 1H NOT IWY authorU<)J to appoint a committee I second district In the coming June Hill; W, S. and Henry Mosley, ot Ii10
budget also lists 28 projectsto of five to further consider the :i I.VJU11KII I.V AUTO ACCIDENT; : primaries." Maxvllle; It. W. Mosley of Lawtey;
I'lk' and each In Orange,
la one six be built by county funds expended Washington; Feb. 14.-A statement whole subject and prepare a constitution ;I I Senator Dell will be an excellent N. \V. and Thomas Mosley of Doctors r \
Hardee and DeSoto
; under state supervision.A that Florida is as "dry as the) and report to another I II 'I A Buick sedan belonging to man to send to the Dumocratlc Inlet, and Charles Motiley of
''id 3, two in Putnam and one I dtl
In Volusla total of 2,785.35 miles ofroads Sahara Desert" threw the house public meeting to be called for Hogan Smith was wrecked and the convention In Houston, and The Green Cove Spring Funeral services -
pcmlnole Orange four, Nassau on Road, 4, in Is included in the construction Into an uproar today during debateon I such pu prose. I II I driver Albert Underhill, was Injured ''News trusts his friends will get were conductedfrom the
; budget and roads heretofore funds for dry enforcement. I am getting Information .as tothe when the car he was drivIng behind him. Long Branch Holiness church, at
rd, and Vol usia,
Flagler I
In the seven divisions Replying to Representative La- way other counties are holdIng at an early hour Monday morning I .. 30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. lot
and and St. Johns; seven and on constructed the department calling for main- Guardla Republican, New York, I: their welfare problems and skidded Into the heavy Iron II \\\K: 11 FIIIl: ; T111':RS11''.\VCrosvonor The Rev. John Sellars, pastor, of.elated. tho
two in Hi1l borough of'
who charged that Florida was wetter : will be glad to assist this committee pole carrying the Smith's Filling Interment was In the,
['"'h In Citrus, Charlotte, Lee, tenance. who Is working
York Representative to the accident Dnwe
Witnesses Branch
than New when appointed and hope togive Station ulgn. family lot In the Long inDle
and Levy; three on Road toITIt.\wmmnv IIATKHUARINO Green, a Democrat, defendedhis the readers of our valuable stated the car wait being under direction of the state department under the direction of the
'i' in Columbia, and one in DELAYED: compiling cemetery .
: state as a stronghold for pro- county paper further Informationon ,, driven at a high rate of speed and of agriculture Seashole Funeral parlors.WKATHlilt .
!' four on Road 8, three in hibition. subject. when the driver attempted to turn the rer.ources of Florida, Industrially -- sty
this
Important
|.md and one tn St. Lulce; Washington, Feb. 8.-The Interstate When he likened Florida to the O. P. HAYMOND.Births I west on Call street from the highway I with his assistant For I RKPOKT:
|'>n.Road 10, four in Bay, two commerce commission announced Sahara. Green found'his words the rear wheel of the far I rest Johnson, were in Btarke' "f: 'rIn
plton and two inValton anda today that a hearing on drowned out by laughter and he I: struck the sign standard, wrecking Thursday morning. (Following atour I: Weather report for week ending the
;; one on Road 13 in carload shipments of strawberriesfrom retreated to his seat. Mr. and Mrs. Munn, Feb. 9th, a it. Underbill was taken from I of the principal places of theIcounty }'eb. 15th 1928, Southern Forest
(a; two on toad 14, in Put- Florida. the two Carolinas -. -- daughter. the car In a semi-conscious condition I they were entertained at aJoint : xperlment Station, Slarke branch.
and St. Johns; one on Road and other producing states in thesouth HTAKKR CHfRCHKHAID : Mr. and Mrs. O. W. llankereon, to the office of Dr. Biggs ; luncheon of the Exchange Date Max. Mln. Preclp.
!IJnrlon; one on Road 17, which had previously beenset .'LOIUORI'UAXK Starke, Feb. 16th, twin ion*. I where he was given medical attention. Club and the Chamber of Com- Feb. 7 65 SI .00
Isborough; one on Road 20, before Director Bartell and Examiner IIOMK HOCIKTY Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Yates IIIgh'land merce. Feb 8 70 54 ,03
one on Road 21, in Volu- Drennen Wilmington, N. Feb. 13th, a daughter. i iI .5 Bradford county In the fifty-sev } eb. 9 73 50 .00 "
11!u< on Road 22. in Brevard Feb. 13, had been postponeduntil Rev. L. W. Klckllter, treasurer, I .>. A". MCMILLAN: enth county to be visited by Mr. }'eb. 10 A3 45 .00
rJn road 25, two in Hendry C., Feb. 20, at the same place. reported some time ago at a meet The board of bond trustees of I Dawe In the work authorized bythe Feb. 11 67 33 .00
0e In Palm Beach, and one also will be held at New York Ing of the Starke Ministerial As- Bradford county met Feb. 7th, In I Iregular 1 J. A. McMillan: former resident last session of the legislature. 'eb. 12 69 40 .10
old> 26 in Glades They 27 and Montgomery, Ala., notation that the collection on session with the following of Starke died at his home In This work will be published In Jo eb. 13 64 I 59 .50
July projects under state *uIJon Feb. 16. Christmas night when all the : members present: A. A. Durden, J. Ashevllle, N. C., Tuesday from Injuries book form, the act requiring Its 'eb. 14 74 66 .00
Feb.
; churches came together In a Un- II. Retch, W. E. Torode. Upon received when an automobile completion by May. }'eb. 11 __ 49 .00
"> on Road 29, all in Okee- Road 39, one Washington; Road i .n Christmas Song service was, motion, Mr. Torode acted as chairman crashed into his as it was During the afternoon the proIIc q each
; two on Rbad 39, in Hol- 35, two, Jefferson and M'adlson; $ 16.27. This collection was to go protem. I,I parked alongside the road for repairs. meeting at the courthouse Total rainfall ______ ----- .63 rwUh
wo on Road 43, in Leon andon Road 66, one Liberty; Road 29, to the Orphans' tome Society of Minutes of the last meeting were The body was brought to gram for Mr. Dawe included a pub- GroiuuLI
( and two on Road 66, In one, in Highlands and Glades; Florida by previous vote of the ''read and approved. I|i Starke Thursday morning and following where he addressed a gathering ofthe KMLAROINO HrUAWIlKRUVTLATFOItn: IIInEThe :
Road 15, eight projects, one each ministers and consent of the con- A committee from the CrackerSix funeral services held at thehome citizens and students of the
"eta to be built by county In Levy, Taylor, Jefferson Dixie egatlons. Rev. Klckllter sentthe section east of Law ley requested of h's brother, P. S. McMil- Bradford High; School. Following contract for adding forty;
xpended Under state superon Waukulla, Citrus, Hernando andPaleo money and received the thanks | L the board to give them some relief lan, Intp-rnpnt. was made In Crosby the address Mr. Dawe visited the feet! to the south end of the strawberry ..
I counties. of the Institution through its head, in road conditions in that section. cem"tf!'''. Rev. O. P. Raymond of. Hampton section and Keystone shipping platform at the station
[ Road 48, In Leon; one The foregoing projects Include Hon. Marcus C. Fagg. Though weare The engineer was Instructed flclafin"I Heights. halt been awarded to qulgisyDavie
"son; two on Road 14. inft a number of bridges. late in making this report tothe to make some ,nveatlgatlons of the Mr. !Mlllan leaves a wife and 1& and work on extension
; two on Road 33. In Wal- The department's budget Is beIng public It is felt that you will condition and report at the next throe r h", Mrtn, two brother. P. 8. BANKS TO CLOSE ,[will start within a few days. This
Okalooss one on Road 14, sent to various publications ofthe be Interested even at this late day regular meeting. McMillan of Starke, B. J. McMil 'will give a platform 100 feet In a
jhua; one c.n Road 44, Bra state. -It will be published bTIthe ,,All I good people recognize this Institution Routine matters were disposed lan "r: "Ga.. slater, Mrs. The Bank of Starke and the length and will relieve the con- .......
Road 41, one, Okaloosa; newspapers for the purpose of as one of the many very of and the board adjourned to thenext Maud F' 'I'"ri>on of Alamo Ga.. and Bradford County Bank will be Rested! rendition! existing there
JO. one, Jackson; Road I, acquainting the public with theplans worthy organizations of our greatstate. regular meeting. hi* mo'l Mrs. C. A. McMillan of closed' all day on Wednesday, Feb. during the rush of the shipping

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.. The music was so very good I GltAFH PASIUONS"Jean I
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k. l Bradford High School That people would not go. How to PJayBRIDGE I Belle uL II I STAR KE

Cleo had run for congress TE. TEARS <,, n

And was so very wise. \

rr 'f. Journal That when I heard her speaking, I
I 111 4h II Mr. Lawrci.'
I surely was surprised.
: I 0 55Crie'J by I H.aslltoa'f Mrs. Zack 1ewere :-,.'
I. 1927-28 l
Edllor-In-Chlf -------------------- WILLIAM DUNCAN Victor wan the President guests", .
4' I Wynne Ferguson i .
Associate Editor .. JO8KPH MALPAS Of the dear old U. S. A. of Mrs. Rob.., .
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&, : Author 3f PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE'CopyrKbt and Mrs. c -
He lived in the white house, <"
,I! y, I j I Sports Editor _____________--__ ELMER McMILLAN =-- -=""'=-- I Mrs. N. SI U
I t And ate chicken every day. 1927. '_, .:.. ..
y D j I Joke Eldtor _______________ ______ JUNIOR McDONELL : ;r. I jI j entertained 1 h.

: .-- .- -- --- : Betty Towle had married I rs IDa Club ai b< ;
rr r ARTICLE No. IS street Tuesda "
ECONOMIC: I.MTORTANCH]: She lived the stage; 'A mulU-mUllanaire o
I THE upon
H eee
:1 A question that is always difficult to No score,first game.Zdealt and passed e' IPe IiI were Me>,dam> _,
rT' OP UIIUH By using rouge and powder And they were always quarreling <
.. She could conceal her age. Because he had red hair.R. made a bid that you feel sure you can Z bid two diamonds A and Y passed I 0 eee L. ...
c The following paper was prepar- defeat and yet you have such great and B bid two no-trump. If Z now bid iiowand'8 Th-

I .p? ,;f' ed and read by Louts Edwards, John James L. owned a railroad. help for your partner's bid that you three diamonds, what should A dog I ery Tuesday n
was a farmer; sure you can go game at his bid. Should he double three diamonds or' I >
I an eighth grade pupil, at the JutI He planted oats and wheat; And rote In a private car, Shall you double and play for the bid three no-trump? day as hert-u: i i
l mooting of the Parent-Teachers' Me had a secretary penalty or shall help cant order of t :
you partner's
i Association. This paper gives a Raised cblcb.... ducks and turkeys And smoked a big cigar. Lid and try for game? your It is reasonably certain that A can tor all show :,
defeat the three diamond bid and also qt
I brief view of the work that hast ", The correct solution of this question Ode open on Tut'-dh.
that A-B
been accomplished by the eighth And bad iota of things. o eat: George Sweety/ was a dentist 'is.II governed very difficult by definite at times facts but\\as hen a rule Z's bid of can three score diamonds game at he.'ever/Il no-trump. oeo 0 D. C. Jon-- ton

{ grade Bird Clnb: A good one so they say; are sure of game don't double' unless you sound-and there is no reason to believe e Call stret i 1

1 Moat people acre that birds Louise owned a great big store But he sat in his office sure of at least 2O ,.
you
,"I s constitute a branch of the animal And lived away oat west; And ate loly-pops all day. are sure of a rubber game don't double probably eight or are diamonds head. i eat improved p.I

itn kingdom possessing greater beauty Bat still thought of hr school unless sure of at least 300 points These ed by the jack and'! at least one ouuide iI Mrs. H. M 'I 1'.,

and charm than any other. It i. days Elisabeth had been married. values may vary at times but as a rule three trick" diamond If this analysis bid would is correct not be the defeated I!I 'ee spent Thur-
a joy to most people to observetheir At dear old B. H. S. And had tried to bake some bread they are the proper rules to consider more than two, tricks. On the .

J'f: exquisite coloring and listen I, They said her husband ate it. when you have a chance to double your other land A-B should easily score I Mrs. W. B. U I

\ i to their charming songs yet, so Lester was a doctor, And it killed the poor man dead. opponents hand is a good or go example game. The following game and thus have the better chance Jacksonville Tu>

\' shy are birds that few people ever lie !gate the people pills for the rubber. The winners of the first I. lag the week in w; .
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come to know them. Which would sometime make them Clyde owned a dairy farm Heart!-8. 6. 5, J;2 game have a three to one chance to win parents Mr. and !
f Clubs-J : y : the rubber and this advantage is a
We organized our "Bird Club" well verygreat
;; And sold much milk and cheese for the
Diamonds{ man p.
Q 7 : A B : one. For these reasons, A should L.
'? i to get better acquainted wUu tuem And sometimes make them ill. She never bad been married Spades-J, 8.7, 3 : Z : bid three no-trump rather than double Mrs. R. AV,

r ,, to know how they lived where And did just as she pleased. .three diAmondi. Mrs. D. C. Jone- ,t
11 they lived their hardships their Martha owned a hotel; .mn Fanny Darby

joys and sorrows. We have so It was five stories high; Ida Mae was the editor Answer to Ejoblem: No. 19IIearta from a trip to .' i j,,

I far confined our study to the na- And when school boys came around Of the Bradford Telegraph none ; T Hearts-10,9S,6,4 A party comp tJ
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tive birds of North America and She: always gave them pie. And the way that It was printed CIuba-A :CJub.l..nor! : 3022 of the ,
Ins men
Diamdhch-7.5,4.3 'A Hiti! .
their relation to man. a':- ='.1.10.9.8.6
Would make laugh.
r surely you Spadn-.t'.OS..3,2:: : Z : S. supper on Ham:
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Birds are of Importance to man- J. R. was a lawyer A Versatile :Morning Frock' Messrs. A. M ,; G

r kind chiefly because of the food And weighed three hundred Mrs. Perkins atlll was teaching dreu. Archibald,

they eat. The systematic study of pounds; In the dear old Junior HI 1'. n'. n'UJCT g'nte. Z dealt: bid one and five clubs. Ys hand holds four I To look charming and be practical Weeks. J. E \\
the contents of birds' stomach ha* He was so teeth I'cau. A bid three spades Y four clubs spades two. hearts no diamonds and Is a desirable attainment
her
very very fat Her hair was white were I
shown that most of the food of He and B four diamonds. Z now bid five seven clubs. when choosing a house frock. The derson J. M I
I practically all the common wild could scarcely walk around. false. Hubs,A five diamonds Y six clubs and 5. B hopes that Z holds A, K. Q.J, x trrfn lines of this model adapt Stump N. Stvi r :. F
And she had one glasses eye. B six diamonds. Z doubled and all of heart If so, he can make his con I themselves to every variety of plentiful and c II>
birds consists of insects awed of Eloise was an old maid passed. Z opened the of hearts wash fabric well
king tract. The following is the play: as as any type thoroughly en.MolinoEscan.,\ ,
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various weeds, and field mice and And taught a village school; "GRKK.V I STOCKINGS": which B trumped in A's hand with the At trick 3. B leads the ten of hearts; 'j figure. The contrasting color .. -

other undesirable animals. Her pupils wrote a thousand lines, trey of diamonds, Y playing the five of Z covert,and A trumps A leads the ace pockets, cuff and collar are DnI u
kT, I! Insects are now considered one If they broke a single rule. The comedy "Green Stocklngs"l hearts. B now led the deuce of spades of clubs and B trumps. At trick 5, B I fished with a plain bias binding ners & Prod o '' .3
of man's most serious enemies. will be presented from A's hand trumping in his ownband leads the nine of hearts; Z covers and I which may be purchased all ready nearing comple',
Birds prey on them. In one case'' Hob was a at 8 o'clock. This Is our first play with the six of diamonds. On this A trumps. A then leads a spade and B I to sew on. No. 3022 la designed In
1 observation it estimated pugilist trick Y played the seven and Z the ace trumps with the ace of diamonds. At i sizes 16 years IS, S8. 40 42. 44. 46 ChlcoraFln31ed
under was this and
And bad won great renown year we are expecting a of spades What deductions should B trick 7, B leads the eight of hearts and Inches bust. Sine 96 requires 3%! of county big) t
that a young nestling bird( ate No matter when or where he "record breaking'' attendance.Cast make from the bidding and the cards A makes! his remaining trump. Z can I yards 39-inch material. Price ot extend from Br

.' more than its own weight in insects fought of characters: played on the first two tricks and then tiov/make the king of dia-nonds.but no pattern 15 cents. I here to Hlllsbor, ''u

in one day. Crows black- He'd knock his opponents down: Cella Faraday Elizabeth An how should he plan the play so as to other trick. It may be that one of Y's I Do you want to express your Individuality Jacksonville-;
drews. make ax..add two hearts is an honor-perhaps the through your clothe, '
: .I Edna was a farmers' Colonel J. N. Smith D. b. 0.- Thee is a very interesting problem jack-and if so, B solves the problem J wearing: the styles, colors and fabrics delivery service e- j
surface: of the ground; flycatchers And wife. Carlyle Hitch. because it can be solved if the deductions by trumping trick 3, whether, Z covers that become you befit Send city's principal err
try stayed
busy all the while made B after Sebring $1 0''
and swallows catch those by trick 2 are those or not. 15 cents for our tuition Bonk to \ 0'<
swifts, Milking cows and cooking-- William Farady. J. P.-Murrah which are the most likely to be correct. This problem is of value in showing I day. Harder Hall form -t
In the air; vlfeva and warblers But .UlIhe dressed Rooks. Let us take them
In style. one by one. how a little clear thinking at the right I I
search the leaves! and buds of trees Admiral Trice-William Dun 1. A and B hold eleven diamonds. Y moment tin( this case when Z's ace of A pattern for the above design I

.' and woodpeckers dig into the trees Charles was an architect, and Z hold two between them. As Z spades was played! at trick 2) is all that ''I will be sent prepaid on receipt of

and extract wood borers. The Insects Planned houses great and small. can.Hon.. Robert 'arver-Elmer Mc doubled "Six Diamonds" it is likely u required: to nuke a good player. fifteen cents In stamps or coin. I GrovelTaste ,
that he holds both, til.: the king and The actual hands held and Z I
that come out at night are But when the workmen put them Millan. deuce and that V is void in the suit. by Y are Write your name and address
follows
p caught by the nighthawk whippoorwills ] up Henry: Steele-Paul Knight. 2. Z played the ace of spades on the as : Z's Hand clearly give number and size of :

and owls. There Is They wouldn't do at all. Martin-Guy Andrews. first round of the suit,although a trump Hearts pattern and address Pattern Department e
1.. { scarcely an insect pest that does'pot Evelyn Trenchard-Estelle Ken- had already been played by B. It u A, K. Q. 1,2 Bradford County Tele-
Clubs- 8 7 6,4.3
have Its bird enemies and'' Melba was a movie queen. drlck. therefore a singleton and Y holds four .Diamonds,-,K, 2 graph 329 Fourth Avenue New Chill To

where birds are numerous the insects And had made a great Madge Ro"klngham-Lena Belle spades. Spades A York City.
success .
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3. Z bid "One 1 lean. He therefore
reduced. ,
noticeably
are .
Sbepard.
They kept her posing all day long is likely to hold five. He would Y's Hand Is Tonic f.lf'
Forty-one different specie of' Ruth Stern- have The heads of various Florida an Excellent :
\/P With never a chance for rest Phyllis Faraday- if he had held ..:
preempted six. B has six Hearts S,3 and Children. 60c.
b birds are known to destroy cotton J berg.Mrs. hearts and A none.Y therefore has two. Clubs- K.Q.J.10.9.5,2: utility companies will deliver lectures -

i worms; sixty-six different species Ralph had joined the navy Chlholm Farady-Pearl 4. Z's hand must therefore containone Diamond.none at the Florida colleges during I A enclosed package with of eeerrb. Gron't.IJ-or:JI

r destroy cotton boll weevil; forty- Had been around the world Grids.[ spade, five hearts two diamonds Spades- C 10.9,7 the months of February, March I TASTELESS CHILL'] /'
three species destroy army worm. And bad been married fourteeen and Anrll. The experience of who wimh to take a Lunira
and ninety-eight destroy cutworms. Our editor is sick this Veek so these leaders In the' Industry I.j j j I two with the Tonic.
I times, if miss important news, .....................N. ford Saturday night. I I
birds such the doves, you any
as
t Many To fourteen different girls. worth much to the future citizens .
4 Cartridges and native sparrows, 'Ceorglanna was a singer,'' rou will know the reason. We have : WOODLAWNWoodlawn ; Mr. W. E. Norman was visitinghis of Florida and the future captains --
Sr the seeds of depended on him so entirely this "tepiKlaIIIII""
teed Icargely upon She sang by radio. brother Mr. H. S. Norman of Florida industry.

our common weeds. This fact alone But what she sang or when she year until we feel that we can A....NN.ONNNe...... Sunday.Mr. LAND
to make birds of vast hardly do without his valuable ser DeLand-Industrial survey In
is sufficient sang vices. Feb. /.-Mr. L. R. I Dalton Carter. Mack Car- Volusia county under way.

economic importance.i1 number of birds are'' I surely do not know. Denmark returned home Sunday michel Owen Carter were visit Mltlon-Laying brick pavement SURVEYINGSubdividing
A large
i1 Rev. E. M. Rooks pastor of the
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killed! by boys and men. out of Idle' Ben afternoon after spending the weekIn ing at Raiford night. on streets surrounding courthouse
Federal
f was a Judge local Methodist church gave us one
the most square commenced. Dr::
j S curiosity; but perhaps And wore a long-tailed coat of the most Interesting; talks of the Jacksonville A federal reserve compilation Milton-Repairs on Freedom ,
native bird Is
serious enemy to the The he strutted 'round the at the Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
war year last Thursday morning Phillips Miss Escainbia Systems
t t'' the domestic cat. In most cases reaching the Florida state comp- bridge across River at age
town chapel hour ile endeavored to Debbie Phillips spent Sunday with cost of about $:+ to be made.
,000
killing
the rat does more harm by Did troller discloses that on October Accurate WoHi :
surely "get by
goat. trapped ,
bow
my show easily we are
+ birds than it does good by catch. Mr 'and Mrs. W. H. Norman. Ocala-M. R. Porter to erect
i The Impressive illustration 10. 1927. Florida stood twenty-
our tongues. i
Ing mice or rats. Evelyn owned chicken Rev. Goodwin filled his regular stove factory here. E. Lagergre
a farm. was this: seventh among all states in the I y
Spraying orchard trees with And had made piles of money; "Hunters tried for years to find appointment Saturday and Sun Union and the.distrlct of Columbiaand Fla.CtfFFlNS

o poison Intended to kill Insects baled She kept a cow and lots of bees I t way to trap the weasel the smallest day. A large crowd attending. I Alaska in loans and Invest: 0 and from Bladder Kidney Starke, .

V to the death of thousands of And lived on milk and honey. of fur animals, without InJurIng Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns have menta of all banks and In deposits f Trouble, Don't L
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Many migratory birds are returned home after I. nnrsa'
birds having resided I
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w the skin. Finally they learned : exclusive of bank deposit;. je let these organs
killed by flying against; telephone at Plant City for two B
,
I Billy was a sportsman hat he liked to lick smooth surfaces -I years.J. I e make a martyrofyou.Heedthefust
and telegraph wires. They also He'd hunted far and near especially there was grease I Ion I S. Norman and children were I Thomas A. Edison the wizard

1 : frequently hover around light Had killed elephants and tigers it. so the hunters placed a steel visitors to Starke Wednesday af- ot rnvestlons received notice that t warning" that "things are & CAS !
nouses at night until they are ex- ternoon. ,an exhibit of cocoanuts grown on' right. Drink freely of water
is Wolves and bears and deer. the blade
knife In the snow so only *
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Siausted. |I I I I weasel Mr. and Mrs.-Oscar Carter 'his estate' Fort Myers had takena and take Gold Medal Haarlem Oil) Cap and a Foil
whe the
and
r would show
"slt-I'I sules. A world famous for kid-
If wish to encourage birds to ed her parents Saturday and first prize blue ribbon at the I remedy
we j
seamstress froze to the Soppli
Daisy was a ; liked this his tongue ney.liver bladder and uric acid troubles Undertakers'
stay with us, we must provide suit- She sewed both night and day- blade." And so In life we say day.Miss South Florida fair, now being held { Since 1696.
able places for nests and when food Pearl Norman visited her In Tampa. i BEAAlwqi
She had a husband to support / things that cause us trouble. The MBA1 AUTOMOBILE
Je scarce In winter we should ,Or at least that's what they say. tongue Is the most untamed organwe cousin Miss Mertle Norman Sun O"tD : ne"
ratter grain or bread crumbs I day afternoon. r Vj HAARLEU 01Lv es kaiL ......
where they may easily reach It. 'I have. 1 Little Miss Mildred Norman at the towwt prl.art new
Etbolln was a missionaryIn -- '10.1:=2. .. ." ....&1.. t. tel.
It Is readily seen that birds ares far-away Japan. Did you attend the Glee Club spent Saturday night with her ofIt At aU droaztet !n three urn..Look for thu BECI3TKKEDDEWITT ggsaltm

k ,' the most efficient force that nature She tried to help the people concert Friday night If not you aunt Mrs. II. S. Torman. name oo the blue and toM bo*. C.STARKE.. JONES

has developed to check the attacks Within that distant land. certainly missed a great treat. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman and

,I'i'' of insects; they have proven their There was real talent shown children were visiting Mr. and CUREDAny I FLA.

great usefulness and should be encouraged John had been an engineer among our !girls and boys. A more Mrs. C. L. Carter Sunday. 1 r
and protected. I elsewhere Little Miss Mamie Lou and Mil Oruffiruit will refund your money if
complete report appears
;'At running he was fine PAZO OINTMENT t ail* to ear Itching-
I But they had had to "tire" him In the paper. dred Norman spent Sunday with. Blind Blooding or Protruding*. In
>K: .NKWS:
(iU.l
.:\.tSTJI Mrs. Susie Norman. tabs with pile pipe. The;or in tin baxea.
I For be never was on time. j ..., 3, .t oak f.i'e
I 1 11. II. S H. HUNK Misses Ruby, Beulah and Tbel-
Well folks! We haven't much
ma Browning were visiting at Ral- 1 I
news but we must tell you that wereelected lla was an opera star Miss Jackson-"Who. knows any Tired and AchyMornings I SayitwithFlowe"Flowers

our class officers and And wore such high heel shoes important thing that we have now Rooks-And I've heard speakerswho For

i' omcer of our club which is the That she fell down the stairway that we did not have 100 years gas theirs. ? ADI

i 1 True-Blue Club", last Friday. And her poor oTd head did bruise. ago?" -- For Colds, Occasions

a ,, They are: -..i James Lewis-"Me." Mrs. White-Name an asset required Too Often This Warns of
President-Mary Brownlee. George was a movie sheik from education Sluggish Kidneys. Grip, Influenza '
( Prl'tlldent-Palmer Williams. lie liked hi* job all' right. ;; Gotlbel !
Vice The Prof made a speech on Joe Ability to talk so that Gertrude

,) \ He posed for pictures all day long "need of education" the other day people can't understand you. DOES morning find you stiff achy- I ,

e' Secretary-Florence 0111.f.i And frolicked every night. and we think his speech shows the worn out}" Do you feel tired Anderson i

i Trea.urer-Jo1rank. Inman. need of education very plainly. James-Didn't I meet you in and drowsy-suffer nagging backache. and as a -
I; Class Reporter-Louise :Mar :Merrill owned a picture show; Syracuse? headache and dizzy spells) Are the I ProvontlvoBromo Waldo,
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kidney secretions scanty: and burning U flit
I the ton Phone
Made
r money by ;
cotte. Miss Jackson-You don't know Nolan-Syracuse? I've never in ? Too often this indicates: ;

,if! Librarian-Catherine lIamm.II" For when you went to see her what letter comes next to H' ? been there. sluggish passage J kidneys and shouldn't be Take --------'-:

j Asst. Librarian-Lucille Ed- shows Tommy-No'um James--Neither have I. Must neglected.Doan': --

'r j t wards. You'd surely have some fun. Miss Jackson-What have I on hays been two other fellows. Pill, a .timulant diuretic I Laxative ,,

t either side of my nose? increase: the secretion of the kidneys !
'Jf John, it don't J. n. was a general. Is and thus aid in the elimination of
Miss Louise- you Tommy-Look like powder to Miss Florence--Yes, the sun
I t'i behave I'll have to send a note to I He surely did look grand me. millions of miles away from the waste impurities. Users everywhere I I colds grif

% I your father. In his nice blue army coat earth. endorse Doan't. As} yarn _iahJxwlDOAN9S 4 Quinine For ,

't$. John-You'd better not ma's at I Working for Uncle Sam. Dora-Where do all the old pins George-What I' can't under S I take |

Jealous as a cat. go? stand is how the sun's light mane [ rlto tltblift and flu

ap' Jennie owned a jewelry store Thelma-It's hard to tell. They ges to get here so early in the

Teacher-Why did Washington I Sold watches and diamond rings, are pointed one way and beaded morning without. traveling all STIMULANT! DIURETIC V 70 KIDNEYS Lon.-IotuI fllneM and complication.

r ;, cross the Deleware Rubies sapphires and opals, another. night. IbMrr-Milkarn Co. Meg aw-auU.la MY. oft.an follow Cold.. Gnp and Influenza
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---- Guard "oar halth against this .....
And lots other
Etta Fay-He wanted to go to I of things. -- ---- ciaJJ.
Price 3Oc.
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ri 1\ .Atlantic City. of .' ..ar-'I.'II'---, -
Leo--In accidents presence The box beers this rignanm
Vincent was principal of a school.
mind Is a great thing. '
TW.XTY.tlt.. I1KNCK: And all his pupils said Gerald-Perhaps, but I'd desire ,HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE i p.L.C7TOII1"iProven

That If they ever came in late
i (Eighth Grade of 192729.) He'd crash them on the bead. absence of oody. I I, Merit since 188 TSADS MASK piaRelieves

David Hear the north wind
A kind little fairy came. Rhoda owned an aeroplane; whistling? BILIOUS?
And whispered In my ears She bad flown around the world STARKE, FLORIDARepresents
Melvln-Why shonldn't It? It's
j And told me what this class wouldbe And all' the people called her: Don't weaken your bowelq with
the Best Insurance
leading
down south where it's nice and CompaniesFIRE stroDe purges. Take LaD.'. Pills to
"The Lovely Flying Girl." tone your liver and the
start the
warm. bits eogS
At the; close of twenty years. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE. BOND LIABILITY nO"'ln. Feel better right oft.
t y WITCn ELL'S prevents comp lu.av ,
Comer played a tromboneIn Data STORE !
Elaet--UUtd who. 'Ag1TL'S'yktZwgTs MADE \ROn'LY
+ t* Beverly was an actress a ten cent movie show eleetrtt. .. ._ .. q" ... .- .. .. wgpp 1Jxtaatata
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St. Petersburg-Patrolman Oao 11-year-old daughter. The 0. I
prisoner' I
fiutoa' doc "Smart" has 'Juatl was spirited away through I .

lied MB name. While he and hi( the rear of the Baldwin jail when .I 15

:master were on duty, A shot -amiput. the mob threatened to storm thvplace. I ".

The fleeing figure of it nat Officers succeeded in Betting I 1'ALI'..'1) ; J.M4 '
visible several} blocks him I ON : \
WM away ; to Jacksonville. A deputy of0 5-. .4 *:
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YSmart'sprang out In hot pur : who brought Math. here said n-J1l' 3E.Aroll I '

dust, soon outdistancing tbe fugitive the young girt had made state JIooo-r- ,_ta.ti 4Ic'S ftI.I H.a:1J.$ G6VrttArawehulor" i 1

and! holding him by the coat meats which would be used agalnmher '" "

tall until Button and H. :B famn, father when he is brought to ';,:. <
private detective overtook him. \ trial. .. ::
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Jacksonville two year old girl j Cwt Palm .beach 3>1 Jiua 'J 3 ,! PROGBESS'Ie

Judd in the arms of her mother :300, which he lost IB a wee truck '

was unhurt, but the mother, Mrs Swindle Paul Geeel.ye -olMinneapolis hZ a

:Bessie Mixon, 26 died almost Instantly real estate dealer last! s. Isi

with a broken neck when Saturday walked out of the ('It' ll

their automobile crashed against jail where he had been voluntarilv M. it i ,'

a telephone pole here Friday. Stet imprisoned on his threat to commit I

lien Hartly 17. a plumber's apprentice .- suicide, and wondered how he !

is held by police on a was going to explain the matter this Mrrtat.rS ,.
charge of careless and reckleai four children and buslnes associates No.OCRerRoeaf

driving. back in Minnesota. Gene: .' d7arogv .
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A told police be had been relieved of NGI."NDt NOAI-C)Ipr C'IIMPBiiU RNDHlr"'. c.,,,. -

Jlroolusvllle--Henry Watson ev- the money yesterday by two metwho -- A STATEMENT ,
OKMOMD.rjATTONA: BEACH. Fla\ hat bull' ,
of Mr. and in FttlUtdelphla. tli :n
six-year-old son him
ana, promised big return on:
Speed, ape a and UU more reeti' powc-.ui: iniiomoblle In U>P w :1.: ,iik
Mrs. J. Stuart Evans, is showinga bet placed with "horse
a a racetrack
.
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Man wauts to trove] a. rant wiuj "qui,[>|ircl. with three re-adnpi-t\ Un-
barrel of pennies in what is believed association" in Havana
I little powc- as pO Llble. Tammy: Milton plnne rupiiiea rated at five hucureiiliorw i byGENERAL
here to be a record lesson shortly after be had placed the drove m a rate of 154 mile per I poet each when below IBOt ,

In thrift. Young Evans, with the bet tbe men Informed! him that hour on Ormond-Daytona Beach In revotut.mw! per minute bui hone:,
aid of his.parents, has leaved pennies they had bet on the wrong< horse wail, but lust arm Major H. O. ''D. have beeu "topped up" ao tout {inuave -- MOTORS ;y

I' since his babyhood days and and had lost Genel said. ': Begrnve gallant Brltlsb driver pushed I done ovw three tbouauuri tc\> 1
although hta "fortune" has not I his giant Mystery S. along at a fav lutlona per minute without load Tl
I of 208.79 mile per hour, lamer than engine( ol Capt. Campbell'. cut U :>
Urea counted recently, his parent Tallahassee Although the
-- year
ha. land. But .
I anything ever gone on secret and I. under government upervlalon -
.. believe he has enough to pay bit 1628 is yet young, the state motor I automobiles are being pepped up. No but the author" lea bnv- .

way through college.,: vehicle department in a reportfor one to daring to cay whet peed may granted permtaaton to enter the >:.i .
the first month lists 186 h- not yet tw attained. Major Begrwve Owing to the tact that Campbell" !] n* /

Fort Myers--With 4,000 schoolchildren cease tags as having been stolen I has expressed tata opinion to this defending the title now held by Oren" ,,,.
i wrttei that It would be possible to gr Britain the Daytona Beach Chamncof .qNf. 'C"t4 t
and
as special guests a from owners of motor vehicles in u. G,Nwran v
BOO miles nn hour ff a "car -were coi- Oommerae Racing Association .
birthday cake 12 Teet in diameter, Florida. Under a system Just inaugurated ANkLo r k
reetly designed to overcome wind rvi charge ot the meet and Oapt. Camp ,
Thomas A. Edison world famed by the department, stolen i tMtance. bell'a American opponent have agree, elMau' there will bti ttiuny other

Inventor, will celebrate his 8ls1 tags are to be replared with I a In: any event, experts: expect to seethe that he shall race laat. This: will give event, atnonn them tiir atuok oar
birthday here tomorrow. He will series of from 000,000 upwards !i world'p record for speed on land him an opportunity to learn how laT races in which can re.tuiurly pricedat
end the celebration at ten a'clockSaturday When a motor vehicle owner reports : I shattered in the near tuture. Three be mutt go to aurpaaa the speed a: one thousand dollar and under
evening when he i it his tag having been stolen, I automobile designed with this ex- hia American rivals.OrmondXMytooa 1 I and from one thouaaud tu two tbou- -T is the policy of
I i pre_ pvnpoae win meet during the Beach on whichthe I! mind dollar a* well aa above two
scheduled to close switch settingIn and applies to the department for: "
great racing contest on Ormond-Daj; racy will be held Aa. oeauuinl thousand dollars will compete. era( Motor tn maintain continuous tmpmve: ,!
motion new Edison power plant another, showing a receipt for the tona Beach Feb. IS to 26 inclusive broad exnanae of very fine white sea Many entrant ol popular priced rl f
and electric light system at BeHng- original tag, he will be issued I anew Thev will be driven by Prank .Looa- sand. 500 feet wide at low tide mic I oar have been made The Tacos in every one of ill cur divisions, with no

ham, "Washington. tag of a different number, but I hart who on April lOtb. 1827. atreaked extending from Columbus Inlet ttbvyctid celebrating the 3Stb anniversary of lion ., '
the number on his old tag will also a mile in 31. MOonOn on the dried the Ormond Beach anti LinKi- I automobile racing in America pratniiiti m production.TliiH 'i

Miami-Sears, Roebuck & Company be cut into the new tag given him. I i up bottom of Murac Lake in Oalllcvi a distance of 26 miles. Tbe speed I' the moat tbrUUnc exhibition on the mentis! that enjoy the bene:&u' '
mall concern officials i oy Oaptain Malcolm OttiaptoeJl eonlMwta: > will be hale on a nine znllrstaked tastast straightaway course tn the you
the largest order In that way, department
I Brltiab speed ace. whore record of 187 : course south of the Daytona country. The climate of the Ixtautlful new engineering developments lfromPtly..iu: \ ''I'
selected Miami to the :
in the world, has explained. It is hoped stop I ,
I mile per hour in hl. Napier-engtBed Beach pier. This 'will give the our city: of Daytona Beset la unaurIpaaned. -
as headquarters! for its South 'promiscuous stealing of tags and I Blue Bird wa cut short at PeniUne! four mice to attain maximum apeecl. I and t.b llMDCl. will Journey HOOII UH they have heen thoroughly tested' I'
and Central American trade. This ,applications for new ones to go |I Beach. Waive. tat Frtiruary by r'''or '' one timed for electric timtaB at I them to wither the conteata which \
became known Tuesday when i 11 |I on cars.i I beach conditions, and by J. M. W:> "- I, height, or apeed, and tour miles to are .ap :tccl to have Important reI 124 -ucre Proving Ground. 4':,;.it] :.
( learned that a representative! i I Mr White who In -well-ttnown mr j '' slow down- I ulM. In def-rrmnuv( the beat a....l-n') .
of was the company from the Atlanta l\1iami-A reward of $600 for lecturer of: linuUtcd automobile u :.-.'I 1 Besides: the bar >nrnarl >noliier'! sad types ..! tuilntiK for auUJtromlo. i It means that you can now order Hie new I

headquarters had beehear 1 information leading to the arrest Chevrolet Pontiac Oldmtnohilc Oakland But
divisional ,
i dealer driving. Instead according I I Plans have been launched for A total of several thousand! people -
several days! and that a conviction of the persons who t
for and
building to serve as office ."| 28th. wrote anony to the report, the driver started ,opening what i Js clulmed to beJaek.onville'a attended the meet ot the Winter LuSulle Cadillac, or CIVIC Truck, and
tour-story an January I for the and becomiug, *
country
and storage; quarters had beer mous letters which caused! tbei {frightened the banker Jumped : first furniture factory. Vaudalht, trupahuotera meet at immediate d e I.nt."ry. '+ .

selected. i closing! of three Miami banks and A company has been formedto hi.tia last week either aa sp fIIt.ators t>-
i from speeding car, with the re Ilehind tliin of eontinuoua '
withdrawals from others polity<< improvement
in the
heavy suit that he received a fracture of be known as the Jacksonville iir as participants
"I'allahas8ee--Motor vehicle owners -'I'' was posted late today by the city his s4ull. No arrests have been i Furniture Company with the plant' meet. l uu orguiiixuti NO. widrnpreud l and resouroe/a :

of Florida the paid state nearly treasury$11.-it' I, commission.Lodge The already James had Carpel posteda :made, nor will there, be any until occupying quarters at the Kelly that it can make and Hell qualitymore .automobi1 'I'iM :
000,000 Into Masonic {someone war out a warrant,, Furniture company on Main street. The Gulf Power company In in
gasoline taxes: : in 1927. records o1 reward of $200. The writer appended Sheriff Uoujrtas said.Tallahasseeltaeutlve. the midst of a prugrnnj of reconstruction economically than any uulotmohile manu ..rI'
office shows. During crudely drawn Masonic Mr. H. W. Calhoun is preparing
the comptroller's! a involving all transmission -
fucturer in the world. $
the year, a total of $1.0.930E95.BO ,,- I emblem after the signature 'Hlram" legisla- I to open a honey packing plant in linen In the Panama City ascttuu /

was! collected on the taxes' on the letters. The missives tine and judiciary offices of all [II Wewuhitc.hka, and ham everything Workmen are busy inetall- In the north and I youth it logs and mills .It& ,i
and after deducting approximate? [sent Indiscriminately to depositors I I(about ready to begin battling the '
f $7000 each month to defray tbe, I and non-depositors, predicted | classes are to be voted upon in the l.famous Tupelo honey which le lug the City whitewo and 3t.In Andrews.Uonlfay MlllvUle. Panama own lumber. In the cast it inukes its own J>aRheuriiigM J tit:

expense of distributing, thai | failure for the Southern Bank and I Florida primary of next June a produced in large quantities In and radiators. In the middle west Jt' 0
in the of
ad- compilation office (Secretary
', and advised that section. The
amount was apportioned among I Trust Company name of the
the State Road Department and addressees to remove their funds. of State H. Clay Crawfordshows. firm in the Tupelo Honey Tacking Flans under way for produces its own plate gluMH.! I IB plants are busy ,11.'. I;
.1 The offices involved includea '
'
Installation of sanitary sewer sy "
counties, for good roads, and later ,i i Company. in 33 American cities.
school Beach That every score and a half of a state-wide tem and extension of water maiL important
the state's common Daytona I
among ; record from I nature. nearly fifty officiate and of- t'biplev$1'S98 contract let for more' ud4luat. fire protection
and higher Institutions of learning stralghway automobile j I From almoHt 5,000( nujipIierH. its materials are I
five miles, wheth- ,livers who will officiate at the FlorIda for equipment.. of Washington: Jackaonvlllt Contruct lot fur
Tallahassee-Voters of Florida one r held kilometer by w-type to speed creations | bar nineteen members of the ( county'-- now jail construction( of $ir>,000 steel tank : oltuincd-steel! by the hutidredn of. thousands of Jr '":

who may desire to cast their ballots or ordinary stock cars, will be 1 upper branch of the state leitl8lai Bun Cjt:>- :Jao.OOO; ) new puhlldedicated < barge to I.Ic' uHcd t by Hun Oil Company : tons--wire by the tens of thousands of ..milesjtuiholHlery "
Beach i lure, an entire membership for the Hl'hooJ l laldlnJ.'

and general In the election forthcoming but who primary are Ocean shattered Speedway on the during Daytona: the International ;: lower body and diver important T '--- --.- --- by the ucrtv nuts, bolts and wad'; \ f ..;'
I ''
to be absent from their home pre- I speed classics on Feb., !county heads. Many of those nom- t, by the millions., Its ttules and service take .l "' I.
inated In the primary wll not in
indicated, if not go ,',
civets election day will find It to 23rd is I
on vote 115th preliminary trhus I the general election. but will be through 33.000 d"' uI :rN. More than 275,000 families
posHiliit to cast an absentees :made certain, by I '' ,
In n much more 'Simple manner. ;Jof stock cars held on the famous appointed by the governor. Justas I' look dirr(:tly tf' General ISlotors for their livcll.r '
In many however will be nominated -
'The legislature of 1927. acting I stretch of sand this week. r'
upon a !recommendation from Goy ':fart, observers, while refusing to in the June primary and elect I When the"List hood-uhiuxst a million and u half :men, 'W0fD-\" ;

:Man in revisctt the so-called absent I.reveal actual time declare already that I ed In In the November.general election Those who to will follow and ctjildrtru m c--trj- -:rrmunity in the land;,.'

voter1 law. The new act stock car records have ,
that several tie nominated In June and appointed TraEEic" mucli to General \ r
linnmites much of the red tape gone bar .the Hoards and : Meaning HO HO :many. .
the will include
by governor -
R. high the voter.had to go through of the ears have 100 mUes"loafed"an the state adjutant general. bun felt a supreme! ol,1i utiun to look ahead. t'' t tAre
in he was above
,P'vvtous yean before while going
..... ; 'iir! t t'?, cast an .abMBtee'ft, ballot. hour. in this connection Mrs. state chemist, thirty-one circuit! ArguDDen"t Fails there method l)y which General _" ) I
.:J .. .. .. Sullivan, wife of a well- 1 judge), and thirteen state attoraeys. '1\ ,
Barney has the distinction I Six presidential electors. A I cars can he better built to better serve?
i clothes of- race drawer
"nville--A path known
::s number of other candidate to be
woman to !
11. of the local department of heist the first there ideuK' -which increase
pollee I Are new can ho
at higher than voted upon in the June primarywill Just the other day a man in ,
beach "
.- Uif' miracle the ,
d!
figurative
"J
traverse to a stock caT. I also remain out of the general utility arid pleunure and safety! of motoring? '.
deaf and an hour this said
of making a miles
..j l -nnday 16t1 .. election. They Include thoee to be community : 1I
man speak Edward :Mack, 1 I Miami banks failed I elected ax presidential lectors.. I Arc there new materials which can ad tai
IPTO painted on a placardbis If tanri- Thiwe "The traffic this is '
tor butiassa.They delegate to the national Democratic out way too ? ii
chant "I am a mute. Monday: 1In G owner atisfucliori !
: "
Bank awl ,, fftnTenUoo tied members of Concrete Road. I t1
cardboard the Southern light to justify a ::
!tug; out little : were I
untftlnlni nail tiles In the Trust eowpany. the Citi emi bankand I 4.hf national Dem C'lWt.tfo'mmit- :uch are the question that nil General TVloen :


p station, and coltecttnK the pack of Allapattab. The !!, tee. I The answer to this is that ;ijueer* have always unk,.ed. The answers L. ""e

-. lor them An officer Bank and Trust wmpauy TUSINGIListBK. I '
U LISP>!r ion ci lH' was not a i requested I Southern Comptroller Amos to as- : ;. Feb. n.-'Mr. and M1'Io. : improvement of any highway in- Inade it possible! year after year, to offer an .. '1

nla,...(! a hand on Hack'. I .gore clrtvge or its dati's pendtngttrengthentng tolInwiag -: i: tlurrty Kemioy and family of XachRonvUle creases traffic. Frequently it ereumng measure of beauty in design, mod ,1 .
:
WI"T"lITJOll, the peddler of its finaeeea ctrcunttonof ,I sure cmstn art the hemp or.. changes light traffic into heavy riding comfort und distinct sty
ercMilnievlvon l caused by performance,
-.ndSenlv ] /; a 1'1ID ''H M H KM Bnadsar.T I Ii I

budge; ?, an41nya lIIttllt'tl P'l'ilcthla erdsred that Its)I i Mr. bswter Croaby and /FiordTr I II traffic almost overnight.That I Tliu in .
Ub Aatss
and O-oto Naw-jMws were I
ruitoro I Hifcy- ';
',"",, An! art ptmrtcler! ,,r.r tnstltinoOT aot IiO opera floe tsrbtlinnss I:visttnni tn Orabaai Bandar afternoon. is why it always 'pays; in let, pureh tMun tire constantly Ixineuting from the '
.' ,. itv > undo\ 1 Ier,< beMef that !
n itf
> .
most" imrwrtant | General Motwn policy JtI'ogrets.! ,
pro to the end build Concrete Roads .
sun! ol th<- 1927: Jawnuik- I"r, ,"< not B.. 1luu.Dtw.1 M14t, ., Itulry Matbifiwan a visitor to ;

'vat thrown 401It 0.1) t tluK :withstand any TUn which lufident might to :: in this section SmMksy attemiwo.Mr. -the roads that stand up alefi-

<>fcB: Wednesday. wheT! the tncrea thehe excitement Itawtoa OmwfCrrd. and fam- GE1'w RALfO'l"ORS :
Southernan Flank under heaviest traffic r
the
'u""m' court held uaronil ,the: do tug of tap ib of JacfcMtrrfUe _$ted at Ute jnitely ,
BorDJ&1 i iIf
'<: J lh law auUvortztm: : the of his mother, lira. T. A. practically without repairs. "A mr/ar mry pun wf.fMWjMM. \
bafOOD- tII t\
outd
th. of annum theo of thin section Monday
liy > state [('utlim. I'rawford I
If
In an opinion pfwrinir ,.nti .i" en PUA: \ < J nut ice J 1 B "IIJ not commit himself on the section vtatted at OM home Our booklet tell many interest ine II DDIDDSDESCQIBOEBESiD EI a n ES m rl
I date. Concrete loads.
1'-oJM'lWn&; fact about
with i: full concurrence' of point of pruabl ,,1: .1 N. Norman Tuesday _ball: CmruatM. MOTUBS Dept A)
.
.
hell,u that t.Iu&C't and Mr. Arthur UcBa risitvd MiHH Write this office for yout copy I CLIP Ii.nntitajblieh.
condition of H II
i 'authorized by It creatinllDf 1 Lake City -The Pearl Ellison: of Gainesville $nii- I TIlE .
'..biet' of theFlr n-- -.f Dltrated literature al..erUting .es sea
innttnutnK; interest W. Markbam Bank of Lake City ', day ntjrht.Mtfm COUPON II <(<-e.1 ............prudllelliuod..cJ"oI-......tI oeP-at .,fA ;
.
'
tor Jatlaal who ban PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
ontrart obligation" t : .kul 1 In Dorothy Roberto' D your book et ,the OeiieraljorfriAC 1ta.re 1'rwrisg Gee.ot.t '
.
and that It -violated then who sit .'red a fractured txwu visttinic her mother, Urn
accident m101'f' tban V CUVUUIXI' 0 BWCKL l 't.:
i.n against aueh In4ebted- automobile L E. Haiti wanger returned to her 521 Graham BuildingJACKSONVILLE '.1 "
,;.: Tw .k ago. wa deI1crlbed atn1'1day i home tn Jacksonville! Wednesday FLA. II Ci *SAIIJECAIIIUAC: I" '
.. .. .. as vary rra- .
by poyslelans Mr. B. L. Hattiwanger wa V R- '
,none George: Mathls, Sheriff W. B. Douglas was tJn'eBU-1 IUD#: Miss Evelyn Hope of Lak' 01JJ5)1ODILE 0 ;,
Icroaatie, dealer of Baldwin was circumstances surrwindlng, Sunday.Misses aA National Organization '
gattng; injury Butter and Extend the Uses Concrete : OAKLoUW 0 FRIaIna it
br to the rwrral county jail the caDRe of Mr. Mrkham-s Mattie Norman And si. to Imfrort of

hErr: tin safekeeping Friday .whenm 1 was reported to the her1ft. ter. Ellen! and Roberta Conner, V zLCILUcur: at..i..rs. Jt"

< formed at Baldwin 'and be said, that :Mr Markham and and Messrs., Clevy and Frank Oliicai in 32 Clti. 6a

th1'eal Tiod to take him from the an unnamed automobile dealer Norman attended the party at the O ___._.. '" 0

aft there. wherewas placed on to a. disagreement.: They left ;home of Mr. Arthur Edwards Saturday icV
""tatntory were with the .._........._...__..__. ......, r
'Charge inverring his town for Markham1" home ; night. All report line time. .

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PAGE TWO nR.\DI.'ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA __ .,.. .. _......___. ---... utY J
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IDFOKD
... .. .. The music was so very good J" Cl lilt t-1111: "HBAL FASHIONS"
.

Bradford High School I That people would not go. 4 81 i efI T e4)eq How to Play4JBRIDGE Jean Belle-uy-Hamilton// STARh-

TEN
Cleo had run for congress, YE.UIS tU()(

And was so very wise
-- ---
Journal j That when I heard her speaking, --

Mr. La .
I 1 surely was surprised. wren
i fill,
--0- ', \ ; Jt eres lysfsa by s Mrs. Zack Ron, '

Edltor-In-Chlef ____________________ WILLIAM DUNCAN Victor was the PresidentOf were guests Su; 'J 1
t ,
Wynne Ferguson t

1 Associate Editor ______u____________ JOSEPH MALPAS I the dear old U. S. A. of Mrs. Roberi,
; He lived In the white house, .i Author df "PRACTICAL. AUCTION BRIOGa"J etf and Mrs. Geo 't.
i I Sports Editor ELMER McMILLAN ... --:.- ... ':1,
---------------------- ]Mrs. N.
pD Stern,
,1.1'" 'Ii t i' Joke Eldtor ________________.______ JUNIOR McDONELL And ate chicken every day. Copyright 1927, ..:/ :;.;: Jr. o p I entertained thIng *- I i 1 t'1'

.,1 ..... .. ..- u -- ... Betty Towle had marriedA u ea Club at bel'I Ib
---- ARTICLE No. 18 street Tuesday
'I THE: ECONOMIC; : ; UII'OJtT.\NCI':: She lived upon the stage; multl-mllllanalre 0 0pe 6o
I A question! that J Ii always difficult to No score, first game. Z dealt and passed sO edl o o i"; were Mesdamc '..'.
or itmns Hy using rouge and powder And they were always quarreling decide arises when the opponent* have A and Y passed and B bid one no-trump. oeo' a V4)o C. Richard ana i

She could conceal: her age. Because he bad red hair. made a bid that you feel sure you can Z bid two diamonds, A and Y passed ..aoaeee. Beginning m ,
\, The following paper was prepared defeat and yet you have such great and B bid two no-trump If Z now bid evo4u oo uowand'a Then ...

i and read by Louise Edwards,, R. L. owned a railroad for your partner's bid that you three diamond! what should 'A do? e Tuesday
John James farmer u0dd ery nigh+
1 was a ; fee sure you can go game at his bid. Should he double three diamonds or ,
: en eighth grade pupil, at the last And rode In a private car, day as heretofor.
Ho planted oats and wheat; Shall you double and play for the bid three no-trump? Poeo (ds
meeting of the ParentTeachers'Assoclltlon. He had a secretaryAnd or shall po cent order of Ui.
penalty help
you partner's
Rained chickens, ducks and tur- your It is certain that A can e Id'
;. This bid and reasonably u4
/ paper gives a smoked a big cigar. try for game? tor all shows w 'rt'
bid and also '
defeat the three diamond
brief view of the work that hall > keys .t The correct solution of this question o open on TuesdayD.

been accomplished by the eighths And had iota of things ,to eat George Sweezy was a dentist, M very difficult at times, but at a rule Z's that bid Acan of three score diamonds game at, however no-trump.if .. i oo3ceYdepe C. Jones th, (Ih
is I dcVoe
governed by definite ( vVhen
grade Bird Club: A good one, so they say; are lure of don't acts unless you sound-and there is no reason to believe o on Call street I u ,
double
pi
Most people agree that birds Louise owned a great big store But he sat In his office euro of at least game 2W points. When l otherwise-indicates a freak hand 0 0 e gasoline pump win. ;
you OI:
1' o constitute a l branch of the animal Arid Jived away out west; And ate loly-pops all. ,day. are sure of a rubber game, don't double probably eight otrnore diamonds head rAvoea est Improved pan',
f kingdom possessing greater beauty ''Hut still thought of her school unless sure of at least 300 points These ed by the jack, and at least one outside Mrs. H. M Tai "I .,

and charm than any other. It )is : daysAt Elizabeth had been married, values may vary at times but as a rule three trick diamond If this analysis bid would is correct not be defeated the- a spent Thursday; r'I

a joy to most pooplo to observe dear old D. II. S. And had tried to bake some bread they are the proper rules to consider more than two tricks. On the e4o dtl e shopping.Mrs. .

their exquisite coloring and listen I' They said her husband ate it, when you have a chance to double your other hand Ashould easily score W B. llodi ,

to their charming songs, yet, so Lester was a doctor, And It killed the poor man dead. opponents hand is a good or go example game. The following game and thus have the better chancefor Jacksonville Tue.11a. ,n tl.

\ r shy are bird that few people ever lie gave the people pills, the rubber. The winners of the first ing the week in Sin ,

come to know them. ''Which would sometime make them Clyde owned a dairy farm, I-fearts-8, 6, S, 3, 2 game have a three to one chance to win parents, Mr. and vi,
Clubs-J Y the rubber and this advantage is a c\.
W. organized our "Bird Club" weil- : I very
sold much milk and cheese
And
s I Diamonds K. Q 7 j A B : great one For these reasons, A should man, for the pus !k.
to better with them
get : acquainted And sometimes make them III.I She never had been married
Spades-J,8,3 t Z : bid three no-trump rather than double Mrs. B. A. Wen ui'j
? to know how they lived, where I And did just as she pleased. three diamonds. Mrs. D. C. Jones unit .uid

) they lived, their hardships, their Martha owned a hotel; Fanny Darby, r'". (
joys and sorrows. We have, so It was five stories high; Ida Mae was the editorOf Answer to problem No. 19 from 1 lIed
a trip to Jark ,
) 'Id far confined study to the na Hearts- Heart 9 8 7 6 4 nn1A ,
our And when school boys came around the Bradford TelegraphAnd none 10, , party ,
tive birds of North America and Clulis-A : Y : Clubs-rnona!! 3022:: compost f i thing
r /tine always them
,, gave pie. the way that it was printed men of the tow ,
<-7,5,4,3 iA oQJ,10,9,8,6 ).0
their relation to
Birds are of Importance man to man- i I J. II. Would surely, make you laugh.- Spades ::, J. [?0.5,4.3,2 : Z :5j. / supper on Hurtmui +xe':,,
was a lawyer, A Versatile Frock'To
Morning Messrs. A. M Oa "n
# 0
,
; kind chieflY because of the food And weighed three still
hundred Mrs. Perkins was teachingIn I dreu, Archibald
they eat. The systematic study of pounds; the dear old Junior HI >:.i >n', robber,'! game Z dealt, bid one 'and /five clubs.! Y's hand holds" four look charming: and be prnc- i 1'108.+
f has, heal, A bid three Y four diamonds and tlcal Is desirable alt'linincnt Weeks, J. EV.! 1 A!
the contents of birds'/ stomach lie was so fat spades, clubs spades, two hearts, no a
teeth
very white her
Her hair
very was were
and B four when choosing house frock. Th derson, J. M Mn -
shown that moat of the food of lie could diamonds Z now bid five seven clubs. u nell
practically all the common wild. scarcely walk around. faille clubs, A five diamonds, Y six clubs anil 5. B hopes that Z holds A, K, Q, J,x trim lines of this model adapt Stump, N. Sternbf-rK) F
And she had one glasses eye. B six diamonds. Z doubled and all of hearts. If so, he can make bin con themselves to every variety of plentiful and tin CCB'
birds consists of Insects seed of Eloise; was an old maid passed. Z opened the king of hearts tract. The following\ is the play: wash fabric as well as any type thoroughly enjoyed

various weeds, and field mice and And taught a village school; "(aJIi;EN: H'lOCKIMJS"; which B trumped) in A's hand with the At trick 3, B leads the ten of hearts: figure. The oontrnetlng color ...

other undesirable animals. I Her pupils wrote a thousand lines, trey of diamonds, Y playing the five of Z covers,and A trumps A leads the ace pockets, cuffs and collar are finished Molino-Escumbia: ou+

Insects are now considered one If they broke a single rule. The comedy, "Green Stockings"will hearts. B now led the deuce of spades of clubs and B trumps At trick S, B with a plain bias binding ners B Produce i "
r of man's most serious enemies. be presented Friday, Feb. 13, from A's hand, trumping in his own leads the nine of hearts; Z covers and which may be purchased all readyto impan
I I hand with the six of diamonds. this A A leads and B sew on. No. 3022: Is nearing completion
Birds prey on them. In one case Hob at 8 o'clock. This Is our first play On trumps. then a spade designed In
under observation It was estimated'' was a pugilist trick, Y played the seven and Z the ace trumps with the ace of diamonds. At sizes 16 years, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 4tf Chicora--Final) im''*eyed
} And had won great renown this year, and we are expecting a of spades. What deductions should B trick 7, B leads the eight of hearts and Inches bust. Size 36 require 3% of county highs > WI
4 that a young nestling l/lrd ate' No matter when or where he 'record breaking' attendance.Cast make from the bidding and the cards A makes his remaining trump. Z can yards 39-Inch material. l'rlce of extend from Brew'tier

t more than Its own weight; In In- i fought of characters: played, on the first two tricks and then now make the king of diamonds,but no pattern 15 cents. here to HlllsborouKi' ou

!black'I: He'd knock his opponents down:: Cella Faraday Elizabeth Andrews he plan the play BO as to other trick. It may be that one of Y'. Do you want to express your Individuality Jacksonville- trip
1 make six odd? two hearts is an honor-perhaps the through your clothes

1i vour Insects living on or near the Edna was a farmers' wife Colonel J. N Smith, D. b. 0.- This is a very interesting problem, jack-and if so, B solves the problemby wearing' the styles, colors and fabrics delivery service ext'updcity'S \
because it can be solved if the deductions trick 3 whether Z that become principal streelllSebrlng$1OOO.IIUt
surface of the ground; flycatchers, And Carlyle Uitch. trumping coversor you best Send
stayed
those'In '' busy all the while, made by B after trick 2 are those not. IS cents for our Fashion flock to. m'
swifts swallows catch
and '' Milking cows and cooking William Farady, J. P.-Murrah which are the most likely to be correct. This problem is of value in showing d&7. Harder Hall, formally pci
the air; vli'eva and warblers' But still she dressed in style. Rooks. Let us take them one by one. how a little clear thinking at the right
search! the leaves and buds of trees Ad-mlral Trice-William Dun- 1. A and B hold eleven diamonds. Y moment (in thia case when Z's ace of A pattern for the auove designwill

and woodpeckers dg( Into the trees' Charles was an architect can. and Z hold two between them. As Z spades was played at trick 2) is all that be sent prepaid qn receipt of

a and extract wood borers. The Insects '' Planned houses great and small lion Robert 1'arver-Elmer Mc- doubled "Six Diamonds," it is likely M. required to make a good player. fifteen cents In stamps or coin. Grove'Tastele

that come out at night are But when the workmen themup Illlan.. that he holds both, IIi..: the king and The actual hands held by Y and Z are Write your name and address!
put deuce, and that Y is void in the suit. follows
as :
+I caught by the nighthawk, whip-1 Henry Steele-Paul Knight. 2.Z played the ace of spades on the Z's Hand clearly, give number and size of
i poor-wills, and owls. There Is Martin-Guy Andrews. pattern, and address Pattern Department
t They wouldn't do at all. first round of the suit although a trump -
scarcely an Insect pest that does I J Evelyn Trenchard-Estelle Kendrick had already been played, by B. It is Clubs-8 Hearts -A 1,6,4,3, K, Q, J, 2 Bradford County Tele- ,

not have Its bird enemies and' Melba. was a movie queen, therefore a singleton, and Y hold. four Diamonds,- K, 2 graph, 329 Fourth Avenue, New I Chili Tor
14 where birds are numerous the Insects spades.
And had made a great Madge Rocklngliam-Lena Belle Spades A York City.
are noticeably reduced. | success Shepard. 3. Z bid "One I Icart." He therefore, -p .
They kept her
Forty-one different species of posing all day long Phyllis Faraday-Ruth Stern- ill likely to hold five. He would have V's }Hand The heads of various Florida Is an Excellent Tonic fort,
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With
never a chance for rest. if he had
held
six. B has
six Hearts
pre-empted
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5,3ClubsKQJ,10 and Children 60c
birds are known to destroy cotton j berg utility companies will deliver lectures
hearts and A
1 none. Y therefore has two. 9 5,2:
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' worms; sixty-six different species Ralph had joined the navy, Mrs. Chiholm Farady-Pearl 4. Z's hand must therefore containone Diamonds none at the Florida colleges duringthe A enclosed. package with of Grove's bottle Liver of Gil
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destroy cotton boll weevil; forty.t Hud been around the world Grlffls. spade five hearts two diamonds Spades- Q, 10, 9, 7 months of February, March TASTELESS CHILL every TONIC t,
'I'I
" three species destroy army worm, And had been married fourteeen and April. The experience of who wish to toke a Laxative
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Our editor Is sick this week, sot -
'I cutworms. these
and ninety-eight; destroy leaders In the industry Is
tl such the cloves times, you miss any important news, ........................ ford Saturday night. I
Many birds as To fourteen different girls. worth much to the future citizens ,

( Cartridges, and native sparrows?; Georgian was a singer' you will know the reason. We have : WOO DL AWN Mr. W. E. Norman was visitinghis of Florida and the future captainsof

'f t t teed leargely upon the seeds) of She sang by radio epended; on him so entirely this brother, Mr. H. S. Norman Florida Industry. !!"I i, : I

our common weeds. This fact aloneis But what she sang or when she year until we feel that we can .......................: Sunday.Mr. .
sufficient to make birds of vast hardly do without his valuable .er- DeLand-Industrial survey in LAND
l I sang, vices. Woodlawn, Feb. j.7.-Mr. L. U. Dalton Carter, Mack Car- Volusla. county under way. {
economic Importance.
I surely do not know. Denmark michel, Owen Carter were visiting Mttlon brick J
A large number of birds are I I e returned home Sunday -Laying pavementon SURVEYINSubdividing
Rev. E. ii!. Rooks, pastor of the
+, killed by boys and men, out of Idle afternoon, after spending the weekIn at Ral ord night streets surrounding courthouse '
Den
was a Federal judge, local Methodist church gave us one square commenced. Dial
curiosity; but perhaps the most And wore a long-tailed coat, of the most interesting talks of the Jacksonville.Mr. A federal reserve compilation lIJton-Repalra on Freedom 'I
the native bird Is
the serious domestic enemy cat.to In most cases The way he strutted 'round the year last Thursday morning at the and Mrs. D. L. Phillips, Miss reaching the Florida state comp bridge across Escambla( River at age Systems I

'' town chapel hour. ile endeavored to Debbie Phillips spent Sunday withMr'and cost of about $5,000 to be made.
the cat does more harm by killing' troller discloses that on October Accurate Work
Did surely "get my goat. show how easily we are trapped by t
r Ocala-M. U. Porter to erect
t birds than it does good by catch. Mrs. V. II. Norman 10, 1927 Florida stood twenty-
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'" Ing mice or rats. I our tongues. The impressive Rev. Goodwin filled his regular stove factory here. H. E. Lagergre I
J velyn owned a chicken farm, was this: seventh among all states In the
Spraying orchard trees with And had made piles of money; "Hunters trletl for years to find appointment Saturday and Sun- Union and the.district of Columbiaand from

''r t poison Intended to kill Insects has She kept a cow and lots of bees, a way to trap the weasel, the small- day. A large crowd attending. Alaska In loans and Invest- and Bladder Kidney Starke, Fla. !

led to the death of thousands of And lived on milk and honey, est of fur animals, without injur- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns have ments of all banks, and in deposits P f 'Trouble. Don't ,, .
n birds. Many migratory birds are returned home after having resided I iniiiiimroiiinimiiiiimiCOFFINS! II _
lug the skin. Finally they learned exclusive of bank deposits. let these organs
+ killed by flying against telephone .at Plant for two R "
V City
c + Dilly was a sportsman that he liked to lick smooth sur- years.J. e .. make a martyr
; and telegraph/ wires. They also He'd hunted far and near faces especially It there was greaseon S. 'Norman and children were Thomas A. Edison, the wizardof of you.Heed the first

l !. frequently hover around lighthouses Had killed elephants and tigers, it, so the hunters placed a steel visitors to Starke Wednesday afernoon. Investlons received notice that warning" that "things are & CASK
iI at night until they are ex- an exhibit of cocoanuts grown on right. Drink freely of water
r Wolves and bears and deer the blade
knife in the only
snow so and take of
l liauated.I | the weasel Mr. and Mrs..Oscar Carter VIsit. his estate'at Fort Myers, had takena Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Cap- and a Full Line
t and when
would show
ules. A world famous for
wish to encourage birds to ed her and Sun first blue ribbon at the remedy kid
Saturday prize
If parents
I we Daisy was a seamstress; liked this his tongue froze to the neyliver,bladder! and uric acid troubles Undertakers' SuppL
stay with us, we must provide suit She sewed both night and day- blade.'' And so In life we say day.Miss South Florida fair, now being held since 1696.

able places, for nests and when fo5d She had a husband to support, ; things that cause us trouble The Pearl Norman visited her In Tampa. '. D AUTOMOBILE OEA1
ME1).A1
In winter, we should Miss Mertle Norman Sun- ()
Is scarce i Or at least that's what they say. tongue Is the most untamed organ cousin .. Ira
bread crumbs I .. _d.. thea
'
grain or afternoon. Always
j day '
scatter have. OIL. tlo....N
I we prl
'Where they may easily reach It. |I Little Miss Mildred Norman [ the leweit
+ + Etholln was a missionaryIn ::J.'f'IW!; lII prlew.SSSSAtf15S3S :
It Is readily seen that birds are Did attend the Glee Club spent Saturday night with her !
I ,- fur-away Japan you At aU druggists 'n three size.*.Look for the
the most efficient force that nature She tried to help the people concert Friday night? It not you aunt Mrs. H. S. % rman. name on the blue and gold box.CURED. C. JONESSTARKE.

bas developed to check the attacks Within that distant land. certainly missed a great treat. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman and I

of Insects; they have proven their I I I'I. I There was real talent shown children, were visiting Mr. and FLX

great usefulness and should be encouraged John had been an engineer, among our girls and bbys. A more Mrs C. L. Carter Sunday.
n and protected i i elsewhereIn Little Miss Mamie Lou and Mildred I Any drusrmnt will refuctti your money it
report th
' At running he was tine complete appears PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure ItchW.
; I I Hut they had had to "tire" him the paper. Norman spent Sunday with. Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles fa
' E (m.IH'1'4: ; .
MKVKNTII: tubes
with pile pipe, 76c; or in tin boxes,
For he never was on time. Mrs. Susie Norman. Aer, JMN auk for
? I I!. II. H. HUNK Misses Ruby Beulah and Thel-
,
'Well folks! We haven't much i I

news, but, we must tell you that we Ha was an opera star, Miss Jackson-"Who, knows any Browning_ were visiting at Ral- Tired and Achy RAI0 1 SayitwithFloweiFlowers
I
)' 1 re-elected our class officers/ and' And wore such high heel shoes Important thing that we have now Rooks-And I've heard speakerswho For AD

t. f, { officer of our club, which Is the That she fell down the stairwayAnd that we did not have 100 years : gas theirs. Mornings ?

.;: 1 'True-Ill Club", last Friday. her poor oTd head did bruise. ago?" -- For Colds, Occasions

f, They are: .sA James Lewia-"Me.\ Mrs. White-Name an asset required Too Often This Warns of
I President-Mary Brownlee. George was a movie sheik from education. Sluggish Kidneys. Grip, influenza -

Vice Prl'lIldent-Palmer: Wil lie liked his Job all. right The Prof made a speech on Joe Ability to talk so that Gertrude lAnderson

liams. lie posed for pictures all day long "need of education," the other day people can't understand you. DOES morning find you stiff/ achy- .
s' Secretary-Florence Gill And frolicked every night. and we think his speech shows the worn out>" Do you feel tired

K, Tl'easurer-Jo'rank Inman. need of education very plainly. James-Didn't I meet you In and drowsy-suffer nagging backache. and as a -
f Class Reporter-Louise Mar Merrill owned a picture show; Syracuse? headache and dizzy spells and? Are the) Provontlvo'Elko Waldo 'N"

1! ; cotte. Made money by the ton; Miss Jackson-You don't know Nolan-Syracuse? I've never kidney accretions? Too scanty often this indicates burningin s- Phone 39
passage
Librarian-Catherine Hamm. For when you went to see her what letter comes next to fir beeu there. sluggish kidneys and shouldn't be) '

Asst. Librarian-Lucille Ed- shows Tommy-No'um James-Neither have I. Must neglected. j _J

7 wards. You'd surely have some fun.J. Miss Jackson-What have I on hale been two other fellows. Doan'a Pills, a stimulant diuretic Laxative jBrom

either side of my nose? increase the) secretion of the kidney J

Miss Louise-John, If you don't D. was a general, Tommy-Look like powder tome Miss Florence-Yes, the sun Is and thus aid in the elimination of
I'll have to send a note to lie surely did look grand. waste impurities.. Users everywhere :
4 behave millions of miles away from the colds gtJf::
; endorse Doan't. Ak neighbor? For
: + your father. In his nice blue army coat earth. your Quinine ,

a John-You'd better not ma's as Working for Uncle Sam. Dora-Where do all the old plus George-What I can't under- PILLS take

9 r jealous as a cat. got stand Is how the sun's light manages DOAN'S 60c tubletd' and flu

Jennie owned a jewelry store Thelma-It's hard to tell. They to get here so early In the
did Washington Sold watches and diamond rings, ASTIMUtANT DIURETIC .';11.KIDNEYSlO.ter.Mlburn
Teacher-Why are pointed one way and headed morning without traveling all Lang serious Illness and complications
the Delaware Rubles, sapphires and opals Co. MfIt-Ch..llurf.I..NY. on.n onow Colds Grip
/ and
cross
"!a' another. night.; Innuensa.
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Etta Fay-lie wanted to go to And lots of other things. -.u. *CW*iC9< 30o)'0tU' health. against this clans.

j .Atlantic City. of _wwapaanunwabesaugennum.luuauumuuwnuuu' "'iiiuui,luuiuuiuii i,miinuiiiiuuaiii'iiuuiniiiiiuuiuiiiui ,iuii itiuiuiiiiuui' >-
Leo-In accidents, presence The box bears tills signature

i TWENTY; YK.UIS.: HEM'E: Vincent was principal of a school mind ta a great thing. HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE Ii j : lJrove.
And all his pupils said, Gerald-Perhaps, but I'd desire cr .

.j (Eighth Grade;;: of 192729.) That He'd it crash! they them ever on came the In head.late absence of oody. --Proven. Merit sinceBILIOUS 188 TIIADa atAgN Pah


David Hear the north wind
y A kind little fairy came. Rhoda owned an aeroplane; whistling? ?

And whispered la my ears She had flown around the world, STARKE, FLORIDA
Melvin-Why shouldn't It? It's
And told me what this class wouldbe And all the Don't weaken yourMITCHELL'S bowels .
people called her: .. wit
down south, where It'a nice and Represents the Beat leading Insurance Companies strong pur..e. Take Lan.'. Pills

t ti 1 At the. close of twenty years. "The Lovely Flying Girl." warm. FIRE, ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND. LIABILITY tone flowln.yoUr Feel liver better andart right the off.I bit to Relieves the complKeilgo con8: .

Comer played. trombone I:1J011.ef'-t': J e.ar.d who electrlfr 'AWvT' [EN'tS MADE; 1"R01U'LY tiara STORE prevents '
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Petersburg-Patrolman Geo. 11-year-old daughter. The prisoner POLIY .

Saxton's dog "Smart" has justified was spirited away through ,

hia name. While he and his the rear of the Baldwin Jail when ;

master were on duty, a shot rang the mob threatened to storm the '77-s
get- '
was visible several blocks away. ting him to Jacksonville. I ] ON l a .f t '
A dep- of .... ..
"Smart" sprang out In hot pur- uty who brought Mathis here said I n-J. BBACd I 1//

suit, soon outdistancing the fugitive the r JH 1a2).S'PVcwlpgMw hJlarS 1.1tr,
young girl had made state. 1W _"....,..w W-.I'r'' J., .
and holding him by the coattail ments which would be used againsther "" ,

until, Saxton and II. Retaen, father when he Is brought. to : .
detective overtook him. ,, ;
private trial. .
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Jacksonville two year old girl West Palm beach-Minus $14- \

held in the arms of her mother 300 which he lost In a race trackswindle PROGRESS\\

was unhurt, but the mother, Mrs. Paul Oesel, 60-year-old I

Bessie Mixon, 25, died almost Instantly Minneapolis real estate dealer last ,, '
with, a broken neck when Saturday walked out of the city ( tr

their automobile crashed againsta Jail where he had been voluntarily 'r'I
telephone pole here Friday. Step- Imprisoned on his threat to com- I N > N t

hen Hartly, 17, a plumber's apprentice mit suicide and wondered how he I wada ..

is held by police on a was going to explain the matter to II Ttl MY1rvRvof -.... &, ...- ,:.fi

charge of careless and reckless his four children and business associates I u f
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driving. back In Minnesota. Gesel .. ,
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told police he had been relieved of IVGI.t4D's'IoIW'APT. CAMPBELL AMD&lJrllllD"
.Brooksvllle-Henry Watson evans the money yesterday by two men, I A STATEMENT '
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six-year-old son of Mr. and who promised him big returns on I ORMOND-DAYTONA BEACH Fla.-,i has built In Philadelphia, the mmupowerrul :
Speed, speed, and till more automobile in the world. It ,
:Mrs. J. Stuart Evans, is showinga
a bet placed with a "horse race
I Man wants to travel tut fast speed'j. Is equipped with three're-adapted air- '
barrel of in what is be- lvl
pennies
in
track association"
Havana
byGENERAL :
little power as possible. Tommy plane engines rated at five hundred "
lieved here to be a record lesHon shortly after he had placed the ton drove at a rate of 154 mules per horse power' each when below 1800 IS it
)n thrift Young Evans, with the bet, the men informed him that hour on Ormond-Daytona Beach ,In revolutions per minute, but these
aid of his.parents, has seaved pen- they had bet on the wrong horse 1020: but last March Major H. O. D. have been "stepped up" so that they MOTORSn t tf
nies since his babyhood days, and and had lost Gesel said. Segrave. gallant British driver, pushed have done over three thousand revolutions }'
although his "fortune" has not S his giant Mystery S. along at a rate per minute without load. The
of 203.79 miles per. hour, faster than. engine of Cnpt. Campbell's car Is a
been counted recently his parents Tallahassee-Although the
year
anything has ever gone on land. But I secret and Is under government supervision Ni
....believe he has enough to pay his. 1928 la yet young, the state motor automobiles are being pepped up. No but the author' les have
way through college. : vehicle department, In a reportfor one Is daring to say what speed may granted permission to enter the rac- ;
e the first month, lists 135 license not yet be attained. Major Segrave I Owing to the fact that Campbell t> d i j -
With 4,000 school has expressed his opinion to this defending the title now held by ores) '
Fort Myers- tags as having been stolen .,\> 3 14""QlC'4"1 t 'it<'
children as special guests and a from owners of motor vehicles in writer that It would be possible to go Britain the Daytona Beach Chambc L;: j;,
300 miles an hour If a 'car were cor- of Commerce Racing Association t' '_ .FR.4NKLea/, ,
birthday cake 12 feet In diameter, I Florida. Under a system Just Inaugurated 1.
rectly designed to overcome wind re- charge of the meet, and Capt. Campbell'
Thomas A. Edison, world famed by the department, stol- sistance.In American opponents have agreed classic there will be many other : '
Inventor, will celebrate his 81st en tags are to be replaced with a any event experts expect to see that ho shall! race last. This will give events, among them the stock cur ,' ...
birthday here tomorrow. He will series of from 600,000 upwards. the world's record for speed on land him an opportunity to learn how fast I races In which cars regularly pricedat I Jto nF\
end the; celebration at ten o'clock When a motor vehicle owner reports shattered in the near future. Three he must go to surpass the speed of one thousand dollars and under ,. / 'r
Saturday evening, when he is his tag having been stolen, automobiles designed with this ex his American rivals.OrmondDaytona and from one thousand to two thousand T is the policy of
close switch settingIn for press purpose will meet during the Beach on which dollars, as well as above two I '
scheduled to and applies to the department
great racing contest on Ormond-Day-; :, the races will be held Is a beautiful thousnnd dollars will compete. erniMotorstotnalntnin", contlruoU.9lmpr01'Bmmc. '. /
motion new Edison power plant another, showing a receipt for the
tona Beach Feb. IS to 23 Inclusive broad expanse of very tine white sea Many entrants of popular priced "
and electric light system at Bellng- original tag, he will be issued anew They will be driven by Frank Lock- sand 600 feet wide at low tide, and cars have been made The races in every one of its divisions I with no hater .

ham, Washington. tag of a different number, but hart who on April 10th, 1027: streaked extending from Columbus Inlet to celebrating the 28th anniversary ci tioii in
production. 1
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Y the number on his old tag will also a mile In 21.a seconds on tho dried beycnd the Ormond Reach malt Links automobile racing In America promise ,

Miami-Sears, Roebuck & Com- be cut into the new tag given him. up bottom of Murnc Lake In California a distance of 26 miles The speed the most thrilling exhibition on the This means that enjoy tho benefit y
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mall order con- officials by Captain Malcolm Campbell. contests will be holt on a nine mile fastest straightaway course In the yon ,
pany, the largest In that way, department '
British speed ace. whose record of 187 staked course south of the Daytona country. The climate of the beautiful r
MI- new engineering developments promptly l''
cern in the world, has selected explained it is hoped to stop the :: ,
miles per hour In his Napler-englned Beach pier. This will give the cars city of Dayton Bench Is unsurpassed -
ami as headquarters for Us South promiscuous stealing of tags and Blue Bird was cut short at Poncllne- four miles to attain maximum speed, and thousands will Journe soon us they have been thoroughly tested o: "f t
and Central American trade. This applications for new ones to goon Beach Wales. Inst February by poor one timed for electric timing ol there to witness the contests which :.
became known Tuesday when It cars. beach conditions, and by J. M. Wj"'- height of speed and four miles to are expected to have Important results 1215-acro: Proving Ground. ;/A -1'"
was learned that a 'representative Mr. White who Is a well-Known mr i ilacturer slow down. In dotrrnilnln'5 the best desli/tu" :
of the company 'from the Atlanta I Miami-A reward of $500 for of insulated automobile "'. BasM"s the big in*..rn"'l'>mil .pee,1 end type if cnxlnoH for automobile. It means that you can"now order tlio/n ,

had been the arrest -- Chevrolet Poiitiuc Oldsmobilc Oakland Bui
divisional headquarters Information leading to
dealer driving. Instead, Plans have been launched for i iI A total of several thousand people ,
heer for several days and that a and conviction of the persons who '
four-story building to serve as office an January 28th, wrote anony- Ing to the report, the driver ac'ord-I I opening what Ja claimed to be attended the meet of the Winter LaSalle, Cadillac, or CMC Truck, and rcceirVimmciu'aft :. ; 1

and storage quarters had been mous letters which caused the for the country, banker and becomiug: I Jacksonville's i I first furniture fac- Vandalla, trapHhooters meet, at << delivery. j .
frightened: the Jumped
selected. closing of three Miami! banks and tory. A company has been formedto Kustls last week, either as spectators -
withdrawals from others from the. speeding car, with the result -I In the Behind i this! policy of continuous improvement ,I Ii
heavy that he received a fracture of I be known as the Jacksonville or ns participants
Tallahassee-Motor vehicle own- was posted late today by the city his skull. No arrests have been' Furniture Company with the plant meet. i in an organization BO widespread and resourceful ,

ers of Florida paid nearly $11- commission. The James Carnell made, will there be until occupying quarters at the Kelly' l" .
into the state treasury in Masonic Lodge already had posteda nor any that it can make and Hell quality niitomobile!
000,000 someone swear out a warrant, Furniture company on !Main street. The Gulf Tower company la in
gasoline taxes In 1927, records of reward of $200. The writer appended than automobile } '
Sheriff Douglas said. the midst of a program of recon- more eeoiiomieully<< any manu ,
office shows. During crudely drawn Masonic Mr. II. W. Calhoun is :
I preparingto
the comptroller's a struction Involving all* transmission -
fucturer in tho world.
total of $1,0,930- the signature "Hir honey "
after packing In
the year, a emblem Tallahassee-Executive leglslo.Ii open a plant !Inuit In the Panama. City sec \"
595.50 was collected on the taxes, am" on the letters. The missives, Wewahltchka and has everything
i tive and Judiciary offices of all I II tion. Workmen are busy Installing In the north and south it logs and mills Ittt/
to depositors -
approximately Indiscriminately about to
and after deducting sent ready begin bottling the
$7000 each month to defray the and non-depositors, predicted I classes! are to be voted upon in the : famous Tupelo honey which Is the whlteway and St. In Andrews.Mlllvllle, Panama own lumber. In the cast it makes its own ballj
City
of distributing, that for the Southern Bank and Florida primary of next June, a I II produced In large quantities In '"
expense failure e.---,- hearings and radiators. In the middle west it!
advised ad- compilation' in the office of Secre-i ,
amount was apportioned among :Trust Company and I that Bcction. The name of the
the State Road Department and addressees to remove their funds tary of State H. Clay Crawford i firm la the Tupelo Honey Packing Bonlfay -Plana under way for produces its own plato glass. Its plants are busy
shows. The offices involved Include Installation of sanitary
counties, for good roads, and later I I Company. /!
male 33 cities.
in American
the state's common schools : Daytona Beach That every a score and a half of a state-wide N tem and extension of water important )!,
among
of learning. automobile record from nature, nearly fifty officials and of- Chipley '-$17,888 contract let for more adequate fire protection.!
and higher Institutions stralghway I Front almost! 5,000 suppliers its materials i.
are '
kilometer to five miles, wheth- ficers who will officiate at the Flor- for equipment Washington Jack onvllle Contract let for ,
Tallahassee-Voters of Florida one r held by new-type speed creations ida bar, nineteen members of the county's new Jail. construction! of $15,000 steel tank obtained-steel by the hundreds of. thousands off '.! .
ftons
will be upper branch of the state legisla- Sun (Mty $20,000 new bllcsChoo.IfI barge to be used by Sun OH Company -
their bal- stock cars, :
wire the of J
who may desire to cast .or ordinary pu. by tens thousands >< ,
primaryand the Daytona Beach I ture, an entire membership for the I ldrng. : dedicated.. ware
lots In the forthcoming shattered on
general election, but who are Ocean Speedway during the inter lower body and divers important I 1-----: ---' -- upholstery by the acre--nuts, bolts and i\ ti

to be absent from their home precincts national speed classics on Feb., county heads. Many of those nom- by the milli< It Indicated If not inated In the primary wll not go In .-
will find 23rd, Is
on election day 15th to
possible to cast an absentees vote ,made certain, by preliminary trialsof the general election, but will be through 33,000 dt'ulcrl'4.1\lore than 275,000 families f

In a much more simple manner. stock cars held on the famous appointed by the governor. Justas look directly to General Motors for their 11 veil.
I however, will be nomin-
In
this week. many
The legislature of 1927 acting stretch of sand '
upon a recommendation from Gov. fact, observers, while refusing to ated In the June primary and elect- When the hood-ulntost a million and u half men, woiiient

Martin, revised the so-called ab-|reveal actual time, declare already that ed In in the November.general election Those who to will follow and children<< hi cvry community: in the land*

sent voter's law. The new act stock car records have
eliminates much of the red tape ( gone by the boards, and that several be nominated In June and appointed "Light Traffic" Meaning so much to HO many, General Moturttr
the will include
oared" by governor -
which the voter had to go through [ of the cars have has felt obligation to look ahead. i
a
I in previous years before he was while going above 100 miles an the state adjutant general, supreme ,:;;; I'v

able to cast an absentee's ballot. 1 hour. In this connection Mrs. state chemist, thirty-one circuit Argunnent Fails Are there methods by which General 1\1 : x
well- judges and thirteen state attor-
Sullivan, wife of a
Barney electors. A be better built to better ? -1) I
officer has the distinc- neys. Six presidential cars driver,
Jacksonville! plain clothes race
I known ,
!
to number of other candidates to be
of the local police department tion of being the first woman Are there ideas which increase-'
I new can he '
at higher than voted upon in the June primary Just the other day a man in j
miracle beach
P< rfornn>d the figurative the .
her. Sunday of making a deaf and I''traverse 100 miles an hour In a stock car. will also remain out of the general j this community said: utility and pleasure I<< and safety of motoring? ;;,
\ election. They include those to be \
dumb man sneak. Edward Mack, elected presidential electors, Are there new materials which ad .:"
Miami banks failed as can to
a im'1! 'Ign! painted on a placard Dtiami-Three \.
| I for business. delegates to the national Demo- "The traffic out this way is too
a hIs chest: "I am a mute, Monday to open owner satisfaction?
Bank and cratic convention and members of Concrete Road.]
'' little cardboard the Southern light to justify a
.Ing: .put They were '
h ontalnlng nail files In the I Trust company, tho Citizens bank the national Democratic commit- Such are the questions that all General,Mo ,

station, and collecting: I and the Bank of Allapattah. The Tee. It The answer to this is that engineers have always asked. The answers 11 .0 I,

i for them. An officer I Southern Bank and Trust company to as- ItlSIXO improvement of highway in- made it after to offer .
possible
Amos any an .
nspicioned he was! not a requested Comptroller Rising! Feb 17.:-Mr. and Mrs. year year, l
'
I piac-ed a hand on Mack's sume charge of Its affairs finances pending, fol- Hardy Kersey and family of Jacksonville creases traffic. Frequently it creasing measure of beauty in design, mod :'{

whereupon suddenly! the exclaimed peddler"d Btrengthenlng lowing a run caused of Us by circulationof H. M. !McRae were guests Sunday.at the' home of changes light traffic into heavy performance, ridiilg comfort and distinct sly;

:your. .badge. ?." anonymous Mr.letters Amos predicting ordered the Its f Mr. Lester Crosby and .Floyd traffic almost overnight.That Thus in every price class, from Cadillac to Chcvro-l1' 1,.:.

'on--An act considered other failure.institutions not to open they for visitors Crosbyand to Graham Lola Newmans Sunday after-were is why it always pays in let, purchasers! arc constantly benefiting from tho '

r t)1'" most Important pieces business under the belief that noon. General Motors policy of progress. /
position to the end build Concrete Roads
financial J
.un of the 1927 lawmak- were not in Miss! Ruby Mathto was a visitor to

I '.as thrown rut of the withstand any. run which Incident might to In this section! Sunday afternoon.Mr. I -the roads that stand up4ndefi-

_ oka Wednesday when theme Increase the excitement Lawton Crawford and fam-, GENERAL MOTORS"
'ii court held uncon-I the closing of the Southern Hank ly of Jacksonville visited at the nitely under the heaviest traffic, !
normal
fit mal the law authorizing the and Trust company. Under continued home of his mother, Mrs T. A. I practically without repairs. 4 car for every purse andpurptit t.
have I
P: by the state of Connors conditions they could Crawford of this section Monday. .
li In an opinion covering to operate he said. lIe Mr. Jessie Godman of the Vanderbilt ""
n :''iien pages Justice J. H. wodld not commit himself on the section visited at hue home ,I Our booklet tells many interesting. ajlrlaran n a aaamaaaac..A\

W d, with full concurrence of point of probable re-openl. g date. of J. N. Norman Tuesday evening.Mr. facts about Concrete roads. P| GKMMIAL. Morons (Urpt. A)
tl held that the act and Arthur McRae visited Miss Write this office for your copy. CLIP U.lrojt.Jch..
pr -i, ;s authorized by it crested Lake City--The condition of II. PearJ Ellison of Gainesville prj
pun .
a interest 44, cashier, of the COUPR PI.... send. Illustrated literature describing 4uth i
ding
Markham
continuing
W. day night. it
benithe Bank of Lake City, ; wnrr.I..loto..I..MI...-.I hare ebeek..I--toIl .,wtth. _
for Natlcjnal PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
contract obligation" First Miss Dorothy Roberts who has
I[ B r. and that it violated the who suffered a fractured skull In been visiting her mother, Mrs. ?: .

t 0:>n t1tur.ton against such Indebtedness. an automobile accident more Saturday than L.: E. Haltiwanger returned to her 521 Graham BuildingJACKSONVILLE : '

| ek ago, was described home In Jacksonville Wednesday i iMr. .
FLA. pOiriACOLDSMOOILE 0 Lt.SAU.X
"very grave. ,
as -l
by physicians B. L.. Haltiwanger was visIting .
Jao' '.nrllle George Mathis, Sheriff W. B. Douglas was Investigating Miss Evelyn Hope of Lake'' 0 CADILLAC ,

1 35. crosstie dealer of Baldwin, was circumstances .urroundlng Butler Sunday. cd National Organization FRIICIDDAIRBU .
broug to the tiural county Jail the cause of Mr. Markham'a' In- Misses Mattle Norman and sis I to Improve and Extend the Uses of Concrete OAKLAND 0 !

here for safekeeping Friday whena jury. I tan reported to the sherIff ter, Ellen, and Roberta Conner, DELCO-UGHT A.r.iV Q ." ;
mob formed at Baldwin 'and he said that Mr. Markham and and Messrs. Clevy and Frank I i Oftlc. in 33 C1si.e MfrIlS

|threatened to take him from' the unnamed automobile dealer Norman attended the party at the 0 ......n..n n..n .--- .._.-. -.
jail there, where be was placed on In a disagreement. They left home of Mr. Arthur Edwards Saturday '
were _.__......_.. .. ._ ;1-
|statutory charges Involving. his town for Markham' home with the night. All report a tine timei.4. ., ...... .._._ N t I


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J 1-- :;; Tho benefit card party given b y The Ruby Davis Memorial Chapter E-- [

the guild-auxiliary; of the St. of the Children of Confederacyheld
41J Mark's Episcopal church last quite an interesting and en- u.

Thursday evening in the Woman joyable meeting at the home of

,' i'' club auditorium brought net returns Mrs. S. L. Peek on last Saturday
is
of over $40, which will bused afternoon, feb. 11th.

J for recent renovations at the Miss Hazel Adkins, the president,, !

rectory. presided over the meeting. After
1 Phone 29 Col. J. L. Frazee won high prize the regular routine work, Mrs. L. ,

for men, a deck of cards, and Mr. A. Davis, the dlrectoress gave a I
'f !y O. M. Slstrunk received a toilet historical program of} the Confederate -

', '\\i"' VALENTINE PARTY ro.M'KUT: AT AfniTOUIt'MThe outfit as low. The ladles' prizes Navy. I

q. I, ,T UGLOW HOME: were won by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, During! the social hour Mrs. Peek,
I, ), concert given Friday eve- Jr.. high, and Mrs. F. L. Wise low, assisted by some very'energetic
ning by the Glee clubs of the High I
who received a beautiful colored members of the chapter, served hot
Members of the Christian En-: School under the direction of Mrs. scene of Kingsley Lake and a card chocolate and sandwiches. About '
deavor a delightful Valentine Mabel 1 Wall and ably assisted by I
,. gave table cover, respectively.At twenty members were present to
,'J \'arty at the homo of Miss Carrie the Starke Band directed by Mr. the close of the evening a enjoy Mrs. Peek's hospitality. 1
.
:1! r.f !*w Monday evening. fort Jackson of Penney Farms, at shrimp salad course was served by; .----- -- -- ,,.. J
', li-W just Valentine Idea was carried high school auditorium, was an the ladles of the guild In charge.
,r. f JftttTnoBt' r-ffectlvely In the rtocornX outstanding success In every way. .

Mona of the rooms, an abundance Much credit and praise Is due Mrs. TIII.MIIMO rllU'UO MKKTI.NO: : LOCALPEA7ZWThe I
t ,1I
.
r J of red heart being lined. Games Wall for !tier untiring energy and I

,, f.n.d, ; contents with chosen leaders ability In furthering the progressof The Thimble Circle of St. Mark'sAuxiliary
: I ,il tflid J sides wore enjoyed during; the the glee club work. Numbers met with \Mrs. C. A. '

c A '1.4ning. Winners of the contests rendered by the glee clubs and Futch, Monday afternoon for their I

r wets Miss Edna Hutto. who reed band were praiseworthy: while the regular sewing meeting.At Circle meeting of the Girls' I 1 fi Sl7A
: a" ; as prize u comic improvised violin solos given by Owen Grlfllii the close of a pleasant after- Auxiliary of the Baptist church I

t'' 4' and Mrs. Joe Oliver, receiving were greatly enjoyed, as well as noon spent in sewing and conversation will meet with Mary Brownlee at
iii ke box of candy the vocal number by Miss Pearl the hostess served delicious her home next Monday afternoonat

:{, t the close delicious refronh-jUrlins, which showed commendable I refreshments consisting of fruit! 2:45: p. m. All members are
nts of Ice cream-filled creamy stage presence, as well as vocal salad, cookies and hot chocolate. j requested to come.

\ ffs and heart-shaped sandwiches I power on her part. Mrs. F. Those present were: Mrs. O. L. George Washington

t 4'; 'hId with red ribbons were served II. Long played the piano accompaniments Heasley, !Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mrs Mr and Mrs. F. L. Wise had as

r"'' : H' Sa.pkln'done' In heart design were I throughout; the evening. R. S. Carleton Mrs. J..O. Hoover, their guests last Thursday. Mr. and ,'I ,.. I.. ,

Ii;. Illed and candy hearts and Vu1ent The following program was. ren- Mrs Ci H. Marks Mrs. W.;; E. Duller Mrs. G. C. Waller of'Tampa who "I' VII' ,

tine favors were on the plates dered: Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. O. M: were enroute to Lawtey whore! they : "It Is incumbent upon every person of

,, Enjoying this event were the Overture ____'______ Southwell Slstrunk, Mrs. Southers, and Mrs. will make their future home.
lollowlng: Misses dna Hutto, Starke Band H. II. Young. every description to contribute to his coun-

)i, t! ;jarrle Uglow. Elizabeth! Williams, Sing Along; ________Arthur Penn Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Hoover had

j J bhta Edwards, Beatrice Johns, Asleep In The Deep ______ Petree \VIIMK: : IIOAHT as their guests Sunday Miss Lulu try's welfare.-George Washington.

Estell!: Kendrick, Beatrice Bullen, li. II. S. Glee Clubs, Junior Glee .- -/- hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Evans

;:\,.lJi/ Laura Newell Ruth Oueat, tussle Club. Mrs W. E. Middleton entertained and Mr. Charles Evans of Jackson- VP /
iii. 'I' Maa Bennett Helen Meniereau, Chorus--Our Own SchoolUdall ville.
members of her Sunday school
tJ!: / Lena Prather and Audrey Lamb; Sunshines Valley ____.._ Christie
l Messrs Joe.Oliver, S. 11. Johns Jr., Junior Glee Club class weiner Saturday roast on evening the lawn with of her a Mrs C. L. Peek, Mrs. J. II. We pay our respects to the memory of

Wesley Bryan, Hamilton Bitch, Violin Solo, Selected, Owen Griffin home. Bitch and Miss Margaret Long

u Wealey Stearns and Guy Andrews. Marche Endeavor __ ________ Huff Games were played and welners pent last Thursday In Jacksonville If the nation's founder and great leadership,
i
,Rod, Mrs. Maurice Edwards and Starke Dand.ChoruB'Vyomlng with Miss May Peek at her
I roasted and enjoyed during the
,1, \ l'r:> and Mrs. John Vglow. Lullaby, Williams. evening.; Enjoying this affair home in Avondale. whose sterling character, unselfish patriotism -
i" ,

,i.' ", 'SL/VIELY\ : INNER PARTY I Teach Me to Pray-Jessie Jewett' Carrie were: Dorothy Hutto Catherine Claire Klckllter Ilamra, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville 1 and good citizenship will endure as an >

IiI Girls Glee Club Sara Hope Haynes Fenella Snyder, has been spending a week as
,1\ ;'l" 'tfft.! D. N. C. club delightful Saxophone Solo, Selet'ted-Sant: Ktholln White Blanche Allgood, the guest of her son-in-law and unfailing guide to every true American. I

:">' tnt ..t .lned with a dinner party aiV Hitch Mary Pierce and Julian Peek, John daughter, Judge and Mrs.. A. Z. w

b 1 I : ,\ .Orange and Black Tea Roon: Chdrus-Frogestlcatln Adams Brudder- James Rooks, Charles Fields, Adktns.Mr. ....
Woodfin Halle and Glenn Wood
.
I i 11 jtaeaday'evening. Bill ______________ Sloane
Lazy
and Mrs. R. F. Demorestand
t 't |, o?>vers for sixteen were laid alShKperfectly t BANK OF
6 appointed table covrect Boys Glee Club nI nTH!).\Y Mrs. J. C. Robinson motoredto iA STARKEt
Vocal l Solo Selected-Peral Glffls CKLKHKATIOVLast:
% with white cloth. At each High Springs and attended the
>,;ebd.' was ,placed a silver candelabra March Advance ________ Bennett Friday evening's performance of A ROLL OF HONOR BANK :t A
Starke Band Friday afternoon Feb. 10,
holding-' lighted'red tapers, while Violin, Selected ____ Owen Griffin from 4 to 6 o'clock, the home of the Earl Hawk Stock Company. E S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier I
dawn l< the entire length of the table]
Chorus O Shining Night-Offen- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards was the
trailed a garland of tern Inter- -- Sammy Sternberg who Is attending -
bach scene of much merriment and joy,
wiggled ,with hearts. Howls ol the University in Gainesville -
Girls Glee Club the occasion being the celebrationof
white and yellow narcissi were spent the week-end with his
$ Just Been Wondering Carmlng the 12th anniversary of the !
Placed'attractively and place cards parents, 'Mr. and. Mrs. N. Stern-
: B. 11. S. Glee Clubs birth of their little daughter, Lu-
,
4 done? ,,In cupid design were used. berg.
I'!:!t Till We Meet Again_____Whiting cile, also the birthday of Mrs. ,
A 1
appetizing tour course dinner! B. II. S. Glee Clubs and Junior Josephine Edwards, her grand- Mrs. J. B. Sapp and daughter,
ts>4irved' carrying out the Valen- .
Club.HAYMOMI'H
High mother. .
f m. J. n. Munclv. Jr. accompanied
1'f lua lo(a in every detail. Through-; .. Various games were played, : -: : -who has been -- -- --- LOST- -'
Jrs. F. A. Moore, leis will also visit her mother at white,
dinner members of the long-haired
t% i.dJit the female
; m.OIUHoJ: : IIIIITII.DAY plenty of music In the air and, last time, to
wore their guest for some Starke while in, this part of the .dog, between Lake
called for Impromptu Duller
party Upon -
PARTY hut not least came the call to the Gainesville and spent the day with state. Friends
are delighted to A and New River. Finder
.appropriate speeches on please
I which decorated CENT
ran
dining room was
son-in-law d
Mrs. Moore's a p welcome her.
} Interesting subjects, to. ,which -Gainesville Dally notify Mrs. AI. J. Sapp New River
Con- Dr. and Mrs. u. P. Raymond entertained with Valentines and Valentine baskets daughter, Mr. ahd Mrs. T. A News. Fla.
"witty !its
responses! were .made. of the favor' A
testa also and (; a party of young folks I' candy were Steele. COLUMN .-.- -
i" were enjoyed! re'airing -
white cake with 12
birthday
large
., r prizes in one contest were list Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. R. O. Daniel of Plant City, YELLOW 'SEkD: CORN(, Flint t1'.
anniversary pink candles graced the center of and Mrs. J, W. Andrews, Jr., SEED; PEANUTS FOR HALE '
; the sixteenth birthday Mr. bird, and' b nlt? $1.00
:'Klan I .:r.'t'f tlce Jackson, who was the table Ice cream and cake was spent the past week in Starke visiting per peck
of their George, at the and family motored to Tallahassee -
son, of 14 Iba.
'i."h''e t f candy, and theen's her brother and sister-in-law, or $3.60 per bushel
served. Mrs. Edwardc
:Assisting North Carolina
prize, abet of Turkish clg- parsonage. Sunday and spent the day with !Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards She running pea II. G. Strohfeldt Rt A Box 41.
I Games were played during the in serving were Mrs. R. O. Danielsof llss Florence Andrews who Is attending nuts, grown In Georgia at $5.00
Starke Fla.
2-17-2t
.rettell, was presetted to Dr. Mc- was accompanied home
%1 Plant' City, and Mrs. Joe Edwards Tuesdayby hundred .
evening and at the close refreshments the Florida State Colege pounds freight paid to
.
lendon.a .' her mother, Mrs. Josephine Ed-
of sandwiches, coffee, cake for Women. your station. White Spanish $6.75 WILL TRADE-Six acres of farm
Red and white mints in dainty and home-made candy were served. Luclle was the recipient of many wards, who will spend several delivered. Write for special cata- land right kind of automobileBox

cups were on the tables and as The young host was the recipient beautiful and useful presents and Mi*. and Mrs. Raltord Eppersonand weeks. log. Baby-chicks for sale. Ralph 498. Starke. It*
favors the ladles were given novelty when time came for departure,'all Orlffln. Ga.
M1 of many nice gifts. children of Jacksonville, spent Douglas 2-3-4t.
[? whistles and the men characteristic Enjoying this pleasant eveningwere expressed themselves as having a Sunday in Starke with his parents Pupils of Bradford High Schoolare NOTICE OK' CEMETERY AVOUKINO -

1 novelties with appropriateverses. : Misses Hazel Adkins. June royal good time and wishing for Sheriff and,, Mrs. W. J. Ep- presenting a three-act comedy,, New Garden and Field Seeds at

Jullen, Leila Dea Andrews, Clara her many more happy birthdays. person. "Green Stockings," at the audi- White's. 1-2 7-41.
Members of the club enjoying Louise Peek, Lena Belle and Cleo Those enjoyln the occasion with torium this evening. Cast of char- Everybody Invited to attend the

,,71 he,evening were: Misses Florence Shepard. and Buster Klckllter, Lucile were: Sunshine and Mildred Attending the Christian Endeavor acters appears in the school news FOR SALE-20 acres good land, cemetery working of the Sapp cemetery

P atthewi,, Myrtice and Merwyn Junior McDonald Paul Knight, lIu lid ley, Hope Haynes, Florence Rally for the prisoners at of this paper and a large audienceIs 2: 1-2 miles northwest of Law- at New River, Thursday

kson, Margaret Long, Madge Glenn and Elmer McMillan, Lester Fincher, Margaret Williams the State Farm Raiford Sunday expected as the presentation of tey, very, reasonable. Write Feb. 23, 1928. Come prepared to

Iddleton, Ethel drfflln, Eunice Price ''Robinson John Redgrave Joyce Mast, Dolores Toole, Louise afternoon were: Misses Carrie Ug- this play has been, anticipated for Floyd Ball, Grand Rapids, Mich. work.
erklns and Sarah Malpas, ''invited and Tommie Williams. Marcotte Elaine Edwards Dorothy low Edna Hutto, Helen Mersereauand some time with much favor Keyes Ave., R. R. 11. 2-10-2t Mrs..M. J. Sapp

If.w 8j'-lefe': Messrs. Powell Curi'elfalr Sapp Stanley Dennett, Elbert and Beatrice Bullen, and Wesley .

r" Long, John Ab- Lake Worth..-:l.'lorlda Association Joe Jr., Edwards. Bryan and Wesley Stearns. Ruin Kozuma Engineer of Mo- FOR RENT 4 room house.: Mrs..LeRoy Roane returned yea-

6ti.G. C. Qamblll Paul E. Canova, of Postmastersto hold annual TK.\ ROOM: nopoly Bureau, Government Formosa Sterl Courtney. Starke, Fla. terday to New Orleans, La., after
I H X N KK AT :
InriYinnlng\ and Dr. J, C. McLendon session here.. I Mrs. Grady Cox of Jacksonville, Japan and Klnzo Kafuku, 1-10-21 I spending the past two months lathe

*of,' the State Farm, and Dr. D. S. Polk City-Work under way Valentine Day being the birth- who for the past year has been D. Sc., Oov. Research Institute, city .the attractive guest of
BROODER
rroll. building municipal airport here. I her music class Taihoku Formosa FOR SALE-500 chick her Edwardsand
,r day anniversary of Mrs. F. A, Scotta having every Japan were visitors capacity, $10.00 mother, Mrs. M. E.
pretty little dinner was given at Thursday in Starke: was unable tobe at the local forestry experi- Wood's Poultry Farm nearly new. sister: Mrs James C. Adkins in

the Orange and Black Tea Room In here last Thursday on accountof ment station last Monday, gather- Fla. Starke' Highlands Mrs. Roane left for

her honor Tuesday evening by Mr illness. ing data on the turpentine Indus- lt New Orleans in time to attend the

and Mrs. J. T. Quigley try In this section. ..OST-Sunday, Feb. 12th, German Mardi Gras celebrations.--Gaines
bowl of Rev. Q. P. Raymond has recovered ville Dally' Sun.
A
beautifully arranged police male dog, black and ton
from his recent illness and Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Divas
narcissi made an effective center- accompanied about one year'old answers to
piece for the table with covers laid will conduct both morning and evening Dr. and Mrs. J, M. name of Jack. Reward for any
services at the Baptist church Glenn, who have been their
for six and dainty cupids support guests information regarding the
ing hearts were the place cards next Sunday. for the past week, to Jacksonville whereabouts of this dog. P. .E.
I 1fsy which lent a festive color. Wednesday Mrs. Glenn left1 for Johns. its
After dinner the evening was Isom Wilson, colored farmer New York to visit her sister, while

pleasantly spent at the home of Mr. living near Starke died first of the Dr. Glenn went to Hilliard wherehe ANOTHER PIANO SACRIFICE Arriving

and Mrs. Scott where the company week In south Florida from injuries is holding services. Due to Inability to
keep
up pay-
received In an automobile accident -
was favored by a reading "A ments we have had
a high grade
Tribute to Woman, by Dr. Edwin Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch, Misses piano, in the best of condition, Dailythe t

Southers rendered In his characteristically Florence Matthews, Madge Middle- .turned back to us. This Instru- I
Mrs. Alice R. Thomas whoa
pleasing manner. ton, Eunice Perkins, Gussie Mae ment
r we can sell for a rare bar-
spending the winter In Florida, ar-
1 Mrs. Scott was the recipient of Bennett Olive Ray and Professor gain
giving terms
err TADS to
rived in Starke Wednesday for a respon-
f many tokens of remembrances S. S. Dowling and Supt. H. B. sible parties. For full parti- newest Spring styles
Visit/ with her daughter Mrs. It.
t trom friends during the day.
Wiggins attended the Bradford culars address Ludden & Bates,
V. Knight.
Everybody Reads TheClassified' The dinner guests on this oc- County Teachers Association meetIng Atlanta, Ga. it. Exquisite en semble dres-
casion were Mr. aud Mrs. F. A. held In Brooker in the new .
Mrs. L. W. Davis of Lawtey, Is
Dr. and Mrs. Kdwrn South I .
Scott school building last Saturday Pa- accessories
ses hats and
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now holding a position in Dr. E.
J with and J. T. Quigley
ers Mr. Mrs trons of Brooker served a splendid !
L. Biggs' office. She has many
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dinner to the gathering. ,
friends In Starke who rememberher WANTEDYoung
Hose in all
Lovely
'i COLUMNS IN THE Florida during 1927 let road as Miss Mattie Harley .
and bridge contracts Involving ex- \Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis had as
penditure of $13.926.083.! Mrs. Leitch and Miss Brown of their guests Sunday, Mr. Davis' men and women to Latest Shades
the
Bradford County Providence, R. I., have apartmentsat parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis positions.prepare .for There is best demand paying '

the home of Mrs, S. F. Ham- and his sister, Mrs. E. P. Wright, iverywhere for a I I' Smart serviceable linen
young men ,
of WlllUton. Mr. and Mrs. Davis
rick for the remainder of the win-

... Telegraph I W'm. J. 1LIFFE I II ter.cousin'They, Dr.have Austin as their Cary.guest. their F have, Klckliter.apartments Sr. at the home of J. nd ire women"well qualified.of character A business who- dresses in all colors and

."I. I\ I education will preparerou
In a few months for sizes. Hand-embroidered
Try a little classified ad in The Telegraph Expert Watch Repair Several cars of volunteer fire- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright many good positions. We

;,; and watch the results it will produce. men went to Crosby lake cemeterylast returned Monday from a motor teach shorthand, typewrlt- and plain-

r'F A few lines in our classified columns have ing Friday when fire sweepingthrough' trip in the southern part of the ng bookkeeping, rapid cal-
I I the grass and brush sur- state. Mr. Wainwright was looking -; sulatlons. business arithmetic
helped to solve many a problem. rounding the cemetery threatened after his duties as state auditor -'. and other practical stud-- Just the right dress

,' The cost is very little in comparison to the I the fences. and \Mrs. Wainwright and little ,ies. Strong endorsementsfrom

jr results. ENGRAVINGJEWELRY daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. : several states. Night and hat for every oc
I Mr. Ernest Norman of Galnearllle Harold{ : King 'in DeLand and Mr School, $4.00; day session

Mr. Joe Norman and Mr. and MM..D. T. Clark In Miami. 17.00 month.Florida casion
Try little classified ad per
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today.. I I]Paul Alvarez of Starke and Mr':

> I I II Gerald Adklnit of Hampton >*MUii; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned -
1I I I 11 visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. P. :proctor Friday night from Johns Business In. ATMarguerite's

Bradford: : County Hull Building I I I'I Sunday In.Lake' Butler:! ailiilt"sl) i Hopkins )hospital Baltimore, Md.,

'I 'Butler Times. >:': ,t .l where they have been for the past stituteOreen

several weeks', Mr. Griffin having
Cove
Telegraph Springs, Fla.
J .I Mrs. R. O. Daniels of Plant Clty'Is I undergone a series of surgical operations. -

Starke, Florida i la the city v 1ttac.. her iUto*, His many friends are ln- O. V. Anderiou.Prlncipal!

I It .." .. "'" "'> ', ,'_ r Xrw-! ; C. ,V: SHapsow. at for.' Sore! 'heed, glad' to> learn h* I Ie- we17v oa I .........- .,.. ..w -...., .. -. -- J
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IT..iV, _. ___.__ DJUDFORD COCXTY TFU': GIUl'tI. ST.IRKE. FLORTI>> PAGE FIOpIllaua
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........"..".". -, U .exew" "".. ._._,_... Judge- ; and- Mm.- ---A.-- --Z. -Adklns-- -- -' spending -time -Plant I --- -- _. --- .
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g/ and children. Lois h '_':'" 'U" _.:=::: : -=-- :: -:'='
and A. 2. Jr. City.

i Bits of I were visitors to Gainesville Friday." .fl orgf Tratton, whose home Is I ,xwjji Fresh Groceries

iv Mir: and Mrs J. W. Morgan were Main, !I. now In Starke for three 1 I
visitors day. to Grn Cove Springs Sun- months' work connected with the a Why do the majority of particular '

Io cal NeviConcerning 1 local government forestry station. -I housewives in this community patronize '

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Yard wide tub-fast prints, new t our Store? The answer IS---
spent Sunday In Jacksonville with fresh. '
our groceries are always
Our People Business and relatives. patterns, at 31c yard. Very Sl\lIs-1

Progress of the County and Town. factory for house br street f Every article of foodstuffs in our "'
Knilicott: ..loluiMiii Shoes are reanable !Morgan. store is guaranteed to be fresh.
In price and guaranteed I U
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e.:!'!:' ,, ,namuNmaaaaaauaaaaawpnwnwxnwaumauinnamaswuwrauw'' '' '' ._ ... at SteriilH'rg'd. Miss Etta Tlson left Friday for Whatever your grocery heeds may abe
a ten days' visit with relatives In
U\ and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Mrs. H. v. Knight spent the Owen Griffin of Jacksonville, :j I Savannah and parts of South Carolina. -I we can supply you.

t. ,>. to Jacksonville Friday.: friends.week-end In Jacksonville visiting. spent the week-end with his mother Phone Your Order-If You 'Wish
Mrs Lila Grlffln.II. .
M I nrnan( was a business vlsl- I Chase I). Maddox of Archer was
to?, .'i.. lacksonvllle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Ames and M. Griffin of Waldo, spent'I a visitor In Starke Tuesday looking Specials Friday And Saturday
George Dobell were visitors to Sunday In Starke at the home of after renovations being madeto
i I', ;pest our showing of $12.50 Jaksonvllle Sunday. hit brother T. J. Grlffln. ,' the Gaiety Theatre.W. .
Morgan. \ '
jdr L3 Everfast suitings: and Peter Pun New lute of men's ties Just "rrlved J. Mills of Lake City with Melba Halves l Yellow Cling Peaches 25c I
' Men's Overroats bring cloned fabrics are a specialty with us. You at I Stemberg's. the Liggett &; Myers Tobncca Company I .
[out at $7.1'>0 at Sternbcrg's.IIKI know their reputation. Morgan.J. was a business visitor in' ---- --- -- -- ----- -----
l' Col. Floyd Ureen of Lake Butler, Starke several days this week llTJ,1CErE PEAS Andalusia brand Dill Fancu Muir Dried i
Roberta of Graham, was a B. Alexander of Waldo was a was' a business visitor in town J.'Vo.2 Can PicklesQt.jar33c Peaches ; tiI
[ business visitor in Starke Monday. business visitor to Starke Wednes Wednesday.Mr.' Spring CiHit Suits lit the new I
day. weeds at Stcrnbcrg's.Mr.iand 2 cans for 26c Per Lb. 16c
,iniin Powell left Thursday fora I and Mrs. Nolan Canova of
[ week's visit In, Asheville, N. C. I Full variety of garden and field Waldo' were guests at the home of Mrs C. A. Knight and ----- --- ...
,seed at KIckllter's. See me before Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. O. L. Ileasley were visitors | COMPOUND
Spring.nat. at opular prices. buying. to Glen St. Mary Wednesday otter-j LARD PER POUND 14 l-2c :

Morgan.! I J. M. Glenn of Young Harris noon. .
--- .,. O. J. Crlills of Lake Butler, wasa Ga. spent last week at the Blue liable Karo Syrup FauciFat Mackerel 'WHEAT i
VV E. Torode Lawtey, was a business visitor In Starke Saturday home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs Fred Sapp and little daughter 1 I
j visitor in Starke Wednesday. i r' Lorraine are visiting Mrs. 5 lb- pail 39c: 2 for 25c 2boxes25cSHREDDED i I
I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise made a Sapp's mother, Mra.K. E.Stevene.In .
Mr and Mrs. J, S. Mal pas were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin of business and pleasure trip to Jack Leesburg this week. ------- ----_. -- -- -- -. --.- ---- ------ .

I visitors.to. Jacksonville Friday.. :Hampton Sunday afternoon.were visitors. In Starke sonville Tuesday Mrs A. ,.... Redgrave; is spendingthe ; I, Blue Ridge Early June Peas No. 2 ''f :n* 49c

Slumped Redwpreads", only 91.50 I Arrow Manhattan: Shirts at week In Tampa with her I (
at Slernberg-'s. I Closing out nil winter goody at I t"Mlbe'rt's. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ---- -- -- ----- -
Half Price at Stcrnberg's. Mrs. Joe Martinez. Mallards Pan-Cake FIJOUlJAlRANlJ R l'alIJra1ld Sliced
L II. Partridge of Lake'City, wosa Mrs Annie Johns and Mrs. C. L. ._ I Flour Asst. Jams llacon '
business visitor in Starke Satur- Messrs. T. A. and C. A. Drlnson Latham spent last week in nrooker Messrs. Frank Carpenter, Gerald
day ,of Fiftone, were guests of Mr. and with their sister, Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Middleton and Owen Grlflln motored 2 Pkgs. 27c 8-oz. j jar 18c Lb'1 Pkg. 30c

Mrs. J. E. Corpening Monday. to Tallahassee. Sunday anti __ _
J C Deltevolse of Jacksonville I Mrs. Sarah F. Hamrlck left Sun- spent the day. i
Reach was a business visitor in I J. B. Thomas of Brooker, wasa day for Sebring, where she will Lincoln i Matches 111lloxes'" 2
town Friday. business visitor in Starke Sat- visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hitch and packages c;
urday. Rampley. daughters, Harriet, Eloise and Dorothy 'arkane _
Miss Estelle Rosenberg of Lake and Clara Louise Peek motored Lancu line Cakes Rolls, STOKLEY11RAN1) Piltsburtlicst Flour
Butler was a business vlsitpr in Edison Brinson of Fiftone, was Special Saturday only Ladies to Melrose Sunday afternoon ,
Starke Thursday afternoon. the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. K. Spring Ure'N"' $10.00 at Sternlierg's. Pies and pastry fainCurt Garden fleets 21 pound bag $1.32
'Corpening Saturday. J. O. Alvarez, who has been visiting tics madke by Starke 2 25c 12 pound bag 69c 4"
The New Kmbroidery his grand-mother, Mrs. I.al- cans
Royal Society '
[ Quality
Ilakcry.
6 pound bag 38e r
packages are. now on saleat Warner's Cornels and llniHnlereare E. C. Johns has moved his fam- la R. Chase returned to his homeIn -' .. .. ---- ------- -- ---... -- _----
Slernbcrg's.l << guarantee at Steinberg's.. ily back to this section, after Jacksonville last Thursday. .Jlacar01l
Golden Age Noodles 3 boxes 24c

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STOKLEY'S HRANDPUMPKIN Swift Jewel Compound REST CANE SUGAR10Lbs.68c ;


1,100 crates Eggplants, per ACRE"A NO. 2 '1-2 CAN 15c 8 pound pail Lard .1.13 kI i,




25% increase in yield. My I L

fruit brought 25 cents more Truck growers, if you want facts, not just
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per crate than other shippers .., claims, read %these letters

to the same house," says tf 1ii;
rI O. V. ChampUim SnecJ'. lanJ.Manatee Co.,Fla.,"During the twelve
O. V. Champlain, f .. I have Bradley' Fertilizers have secured excellent
.. .".. ; ( years u.e .
....I My Eggplants, Peppers and Cucumbers ate showing well at the
of SneedsIsland. tl (... //II up -- "
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/',; + .f. "'' present time and are still\ going strong. In 20 years of farming 1 have ----- -
__ r- ; tried all kinds of fertilizers and after this year I am convinced that O. A. Andrea of Stuart, spent ing/ thin week In Starko, with his Vera Mae Hoffman, of *tenon-! .
( '/\\\ i\\.r\ i '; \ ".r'1' Bradley's "AA QUALITY" Fertilizer is far superior to any other I the latter part of the week lit parents, Mr. and Sirs. J, F. Colley vllle. '
//'. .).:. \ have used. My last Eggplant crop yielded 1100 packed crates to Starke with his slaughter. Sties .r
the acre, although weather conditions were unfavorable. Due to
Mr.'l I3rJ
Mr. and Mm. Joe Griffin and .
Thelma Mrs. nt W. Ilodgeaand
and other
excellent quality the crop brought 25 cents more per crate than other relatives.
shippers to the same house." family of Jacksonville, were little daughter, Margery Evelyn -
FERTILIZER
r Harris Brothers&Rice,Vero Beach, ure in recommending Bradley's 'Meters. Allen and Levy Conovu, guests Sunday of Mrs" Orlftln's of Jacksonville, spent the ,
than feed your Indian River Co.,Flu.: "We beganusinu"AAQUAUTY"Fertil Fertilizer to all farmers." f Jacksonville, spent the week-end uncle, T, J. Griffin. week-end with Mrs. Hodges' parJ"1.' h,)!

Whether erIn Le Roy & Marine, Snecd'i Island, with their mother Mrs. Eunice Ca cuts Mr. and Mrs. A. I'. Hollman..
1896 and have applied it to all M
crops. Manatee! Co.,Flo.i "I nova. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C.Vall
it is Eggplants; kinds of vegetables and citrus been thoroughly ha/ivedalwayhs/ have had us their guest for the past
Mr. L.
since that date. We J. Trice. Sr., of Arran, t"y'
Beans; Peppers, Squash, Lettuce or every are greatly year pleased with the re'suits Bradley's: I "AA especially QUALITY"recommend Fertilizers. Mr. and Mrs. 1) C. Jones", and week Mrs. Wall's mother Mrs. C. Wakulla county, bus recently sow.} \ .
the fertilizer secured with the fertilizer ; son Arthur Darby, and Mrs. A. M. T. Dutton of Tampa.Mr. .
other truck right
crops, and the service you have given them, ,for their distribute mechanical condition Darby of Gainesville, pent Satur. ed 10 acres in carpet grass as, a' ,
\ insure quicker maturity and us.For 21 years we have fertilized the machines as they very satisfactorily.throughvill day In Jacksonville. and Mrs. I K. J. Dowllng had demonstration for hie community,
The of our oranges and grapefruit: with of week and as a protection from fires la
finer quality. experience This Is my fifth season In using as their guest the first the "
Mr. 0'T. Champlaii. of S nee d'S "A yieldhaabeengoodandthegradeIsland A QUALITY"Fertilizers.The Bradley's," Misses Patricia Lamb and Gladys Miss Cleono Frier of Ua/ethurst. wooded lots. ...;

of our fruit has enabled us to get Jesse L.Lamb,Parrfsh,Manatee Co, Allgood of Wildwood spent Sun- Oa.
it!
Manatee County, proves top prices." Fla. "I prefer Bradley's"AA day In Starke at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell\ MfIIIf ; i'(
QUALITY" Fertilizers because their parent Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. family have returned frdm ho V 11
Mr. these gratifying J.R.&C.W.Fletcher,Winter Beach. '
Champlain .
got better visit at Starke with her father, Co\\ !
they give me as good or results Dyad are glad to learn their little y
Indian Rwer Co,Fla. "I
results I -and the added pro fit- pleased with BradleyV'AA: am especially than any 1 have ever used. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Johns son, Truby, who has been very III W. T. Weeks.--Gainesville, Eva '
by using Bradley's"AA QUALITY" QUALITY" Fertilizer, and my L. A.Hough,Okeechobee.Oluec/to./ of Baldwin, were guests of Mrs. with pneumonia U now recover- nlng News. t-V"4- ",
crop shows for Itself. I feel that fee Co., Fla.: "I have been using Johns' sister Mrs. J. E. Corpening ing.
Fertilizers. Bradley's is the best I have ever Bradley's Fertilizer on my entire In town Saturday, Friends of William Clason will I
of Ocoee used as to production! and me- acreage and believe it the best Mrs. Lucy Powell had as her sympathize with hlnnluLtae< death 1"
Mr. W. M. Seegar got "
fet'h chanical condition. I take pleas" obtainable. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Colley and guests Sunday her daughter, Mrs. of bin motherlujrhlch! occurred /

1,000 hampers 0 on three- daughter, Shirley Hay are spend H. D. Hobson and grand-daughter, _Monday.____ 1 V: ,
quarters of an acre ; Messrs. Leroy p

arid Marine, 'of Sneed's Island, report maturity with Bradley's. We have a mixture ,, )JN

650 bushels I of peppers' to the acre; scientifically prepared for your soil conditions. '4 .
l L. A. Hough, of Okeechobee, obtained Don't forego the opportunity to increase your \

150 bushels of beans per acre,while Harris profits. Act now. Come in and get our new and Teach YourDOLLARS % \

Brothers &. Rice, of Vero Beach, got 250 interesting booklets on truck crops.A phone call VOUtt SANK l\r l j
Mr. L. Lamb of or postcard will bring a competent service man 1
baskets to the acre. Jesse discuss
to problems.
your crop
Parrish, got 220 baskets of bean per acre. w m

Results such as this are the rule, not BRADLEY'S

the.exception. Bradley's "AA QUAL.ITY" -

Fertilizers produce these results because "AA To Have MoreCENTS
are specially made for Florida crops QUALITY"they

and perfectly adapted to Florida soils and FERTILIZERS P

climate. Made only 1 by !
Over 60 years of manufacturing: experience are i
The American Agricultural Chemical Company
back of every bag of Bradley's "AA QUALITY Jacksonville 111
Fertilizers. Only the finest materials carefully
selected blended, mixed and cured, are used.

That is why Florida growers who get outstanding You an Jaciuoneeun..Iud '-- Aside from the interest which money in Bradford County ;
whm In lamtit
results always insist on Bradley's. our plant one of the ?! +: 't i.11}. Bank will earn for you is the rich dividends it will pay you in
hasten mojxrtt in I/I*_rid.
You too can increase your yields and matt happiness, peace of mind, increased prosperity, and eventually,

financial independence. V

xacr?eGr For a dollar is made every time one is saved-and there is '

nothing that grows so fast or so surely as a well tended savings

,' account. Regular deposits plus compound interest accumulate

.". J. V. 'WHITE & SON, STARKE ". Ali e. !4Tti' miraculously.Make .
'' this bank. Let show the in
your us you many ways
A. A. DURDEN. HAMPTON .. : : ,i irt which we can serve you.

'J'v' A dollar will open an account. We pay 4 percent interest.


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J t _::., : The benefit card party given bj The Ruby Davis Memorial Chapter Y
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II I the guild-auxiliary; of the St of the Children of Confederacy I

Mark's Episcopal church last t held quite an interesting and enjoyable suW

Thursday evening In the Woman's meeting at the home of

dub auditorium brought net returns Mrs. S. L. Peek on last Saturday

of over $40, which will be afternoon, Feb. 11th.

i used for recent renovations at the Miss Hazel Ad kins, the president,

I rectory. presided over the meeting. After
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Col. J. L. Frazee won high prize the regular routine work, Mrs. L. f

v,, t for men. a deck of curds, and Mr. A. Davis, the dlrectoress gave a I
1. -- G. M. Sistrunk received a toilet historical! program on the Confed- J
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I VALENTINE PARTY (t'ONCKHT: Al'IUTOIttL'MThe outfit as low. The ladles' prizes erate Navy. :; : \\lltlltr

AT UG1.OW IIOMH were won by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, During the social hour Mrs. Peek : ,
ti concert: given Friday eve- Jr.. high and Mrs. F. L. Wise, low, .Assisted by some very'energetic t
--- ning by the lice clubs of the High who received beautiful colored members of the chapter served hot pfl ftJI

M, Members of the Christian Endeavor School under the direction of Mrs. scene of Kingsley Lake and a card chocolate and sandwiches. About I '

gave a delightful Valentine Mabel Wall, and ably assisted by table cover, respectively.At twenty members were present to I /
':party; at the home of Miss Carrie the Starke Band directed by Mr. I the close of the evening a enjoy Mrs. Peek's hospitality.LOCAL. 4)I !

\tc.Ylirow Monday evening. Bert Jackson of Penney Farms, a* shrimp salad course was served by ---- '- I 4 yK
...,\\Jbe! Valentne! Idea was carriedltut'1nost high school auditorium was an the ladles of the guild In charge. I t :t
l effectively In the decora- outstanding success In every way. .

. ,tlona of the rooms, an abundance Much credit and praise is due Mrs. 'rUDI nI.Jo; rntn.i:; MKKTINO: I I II

.. }'of' reel hearts being used. Games Wall for 'her untiring energy and -- ,. 4The !

, "Mid contests with chosen leaders ability In furthering the progressof The Thimble Circle of St. Mark's hE 1JV

*$d. sides were enjoyed during the the glee club work. Numbers Auxiliary met with Mrs. C. A.

.c'- \t( ening! Winners of the contests rendered by the glee clubs and Futch, Monday afternoon for their

.. .. 'wllke Miss Edna Hutto, who reed band were praiseworthy; while the regular sewing meeting.At Circle meeting of the Girls'

'ii' 1 as prize a comic Improvised violin solos given by Owen Grlflln the close of a pleasant after- Auxiliary of the Baptist church

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... ke box of candy. the vocal number by Miss Pearl the hostess served delicious her home next Monday afternoonat

r ,4 '//1:( t the close delicious refresh- Grlflis, which showed commendable I refreshments consisting. of fruit 2:45 p. m. All members are I

nts of Ice cream-filled ('ream'' stage presence: as well us vocal salad cookies and hot chocolate. requested to come.

.,' I .. Iffa and heart-shaped sandwiches power on her part. Mrs. F. Those present were: Mrs. O. L. George Washington

'J led with red ribbons were served. II Long played the piano accompaniments Beasley, ,Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise had as

'', 'f, [r'apklnedons In heart design were I throughout the evening. R. S. Carleton, Mrs! J.>C. Hoover, their guests last Thursday. and .' i I I

[iHed and candy hearts and Valentine The following. program was rendered Mrs C II. Marks, Mrs. W;; E. But Mrs. G. C. Waller ot'Tampa, who "i / '.'

favors were on the plates. : ler. Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. G. M. were enroute to Lawtey where they incumbent of
"It is person
Enjoying this event were the Overture ____'______ Southwetl Sistrunk, Mrs. Southers, and Mrs.II. will make their future home. upon every

', Allowing: Misses Edna Ilutto, Starke Band II. Young. every description to contribute to his coun-

' ", Jarrle Uglow, Elizabeth Williams\ Sing Along ________Arthur Penn Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover hadas

I. /)d'tae Edwards, Beatrice Johns, Asleep In The Deep ______ Petree \Vii\KIt: KOAHT their guests Sunday Miss Lulu try's weltare.GeorgeVashlngton..
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u',''|'Egtelle\KendrIck, Beatrice Biillen, B. 11. S. Glee Clubs, Junior Glee --- -)- Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Evans

[Laura Newell, Ruth Quest, Oussle Club.Chorus Mrs W. E. Mlddleton entertained and Mr. Charles Evans of Jackson- /
,,' fl1e Bennett, Helen Mersereau, -Our Own School__Udall ville.
members of her Sunday school
, ].: Lena Prather and Audrey Lamb; Sunshines Valley ______ Christie with
class Saturday evening a
'/ :"' Messrs. Joe Oliver, S. R. Johns, Jr., I Junior Glee Club weiner roast on the lawn of her Mrs C. L. Peek, Mrs. J. II. I We pay our respects to the memory of

T' Wesley Bryan, Hamilton nitch, Violin Solo Selected Owen Griffin home. Bitch and Miss Margaret Long

}/,, |Wesley Stearns and Guy Andrews, 'Marche Endeavor ___ _-.____ Huff Games were played and welners spent last Thursday in Jacksonville r. the nation's founder and great leadership,

4e, And Mrs. Maurice Edwards and I I Starke Band.ChorusWyoming roasted and enjoyed during the \ with Miss May Peek at her
.tr, and Mra" John JJglow.1st Lullaby, Williams I unselfish
t I evening. .Enjoying this affair I home in Avondale. whose sterling character, patriot
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I were: Dorothy Claire Kickllter,
: ttOVKlYY DINNER PARTY Teach Me to Pray-Jessie Jewett' Carrie Ilutto, Catherine Hamm, I Mrs. M. E.O dwa'rds of Gaines 1 ism and good citizenship will endure as an '

:' Girls Glee Club Sara Hope Haynes Fenella Snyder, 'ville, has been spending a week as
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I The, D. N. C. club delightfully 'Saxophone Solo SelectedSanfordHitch Etholin; White, Blanche Allgood, the guest of her son-in-law and unfailing guide to every true American.

i with a dinner party at Mary Pierce and Julian Peek, John daughter, Judge and Mrs.. A. Z.

\ Orange and Black Tea Room ChbrusProgestlcatln Adams Brudder- James Rooks, Charles Fields, Adkins.Mr. rid
'itil' Woodfln Halle and Glenn Wood.OKMCIHIATIOV .
teaday
) evening. Lazy Bill ______________ Sloane and Mrs. R. F. Demorest
hovers! for sixteen were laid at BANK OF
'I 'lD perfectly appointed table 'cov- Boys Glee Club mUTIIH.\Y and Mrs. J. C. Robinson motoredto STARKEi
Vocal Solo, Selected-Peral Glens : .
each High Springs and attended the I
white cloth. At
;end j wan fth, placed a silver candelabra I March Advance ________ Bennett Friday evening's performance of A ROLL OF HONOR RANK k
Starke Band Last Friday afternoon, Feb. 10,
the Earl Hawk Stock Company.
holding lighted red tapers, while Violin, Selected ____ Owen Griffin from 4 to 6 o'clock, the home of E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier I
dgwn'tbe entire length of the table
Chorus-O Shining Night-Offen- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards was the Sammy Sternberg, who Is attending -
trailed a garland of fern intermingled -
bach scene of much merriment and joy, the University in Gaines-
with hearts. Bowls of
Girls Glee Club the occasion being the celebrationof ville the week-end with his
spent
white and yellow narcissi were
Just Been Wondering Carmlng the 12th anniversary of the parents, Mr. and, Mrs. N. Stern-
placed attractively and place cards .
: y. B. II. S. Glee Clubs birth of their little daughter, Lu- 1 1will
Afane berg.
h < la cupid design were used.
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Till We Meet Again_ Whiting cile, also the birthday of Mrs.

*Jr: An appetizing four course dinner B. II. S. Glee Clubs: and Junior Josephine Edwards, her grand- Mrs. J. If. Sapp and daughter,
,(iI UVRTved. carrying out the Valen- Club.IsORGF .
High mother.
4J: Mrs. J. B. Mundy, Jr., accompaniedMrs. -
''tlne -- -- --
,,laea in every detail. Throughput '
Various games were played F. A. Moore, who has been lels also visit her mother at LOSTOne white
; the dinner members of the RAYMOND'S lilHTH plenty of music in the air and last long-haired female
( their guest for some time, to Starke while In
this part of the
''party ware called upon for impromptu I>AV PARTY but not least came the call to the dog, between Lake Butler
Gainesville and spent the day with state. Friends
are 'ellghted to A and New River. Finder
appropriate speeches on : please
dining room, which was decorated CENT WORD
Mrs. Moore's son-in-law anddaughter welcome her.
,Interesting ,subjects. to. which with Valentines and Valentine bas -Gatnesvllle Dally notify Mrs. M. J. Sapp New River -
r Dr. and Mrs. LT. P. Raymond entertained Mr. and Mrs. T. A. News. Fla.
witty: responses: were made. Con- a party of young folks kets of candy were the favors.! A Steele. COLUMN -. -- -- -- its
teat* were also'enjoyed and receiving of I large white birthday cake with 12 -
honor
evening in
in one contest wereIss' last Saturday Mrs. R. O. Daniel of YELLOW SEED CORN, Flint h1'-
prizes Plant
City
.... the sixteenth birthday anniver- pink candles graced the center of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., SEED PEANUTS FOR SALE bird and' bedit?; h.oo'per
I JMxtlce Jackson, who was spent the past week in Starke visIting peck
cake -
the table. Ice cream and was
". of their George, at the and family motored to Tallahassee -
ftluirtrfif sary son, of 14 lbs., or $3.60 bushel
>n candy, and the served. :Assisting Mrs. EdwardsIn her brother and sister-in-law, North Carolina per ,
with running
the
and day
en's prize, 0 box of Turkish clg- parsonage. Sunday spent Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards. She pea H. G Strohfeldt Rt A Box 41,
serving Mrs. R. O. Danielsof %
Games were played during the were Miss Florence Andrews, who Is attending nuts, grown in Georgia at $5.00 Starke, Fla. '
rettes, was presented to Dr. Mc- was accompanied home 2.172t'WILL
Plant' City, and Mrs. Joe Ed Tuesdayby hundred .
evening and at the close refreshments the Florida State Colege pounds freight paid to
;lendon. her mother, Mrs.
Josephine Ed-
i' of sandwiches, coffee, cake wards.> for Women. your station. White Spanish $6.75 TRADE'-Six acres of farm
Red and white mints in dainty and home-made candy were served. Lucile was the recipient of many wards, who will spend several delivered. Write for special cata- land right kind of automobile.

cups were on the tables and as The young host was the recipientof beautiful and useful presents and Mi1 and Mrs. Raiford Epperson weeks. log. Baby. -chicks for sale. Ralph Dox 498. Starke. It*

favors the ladles were given novelty many nice gifts. when time came for departure/all and children of Jacksonville, spent Griffin, Douglas, Oa. 2-3-41. '

whistles and the men character- Enjoying this pleasant eveningwere expressed themselves as having a Sunday in Starke with his par- Pupils of Bradford High Schoolare .NOTICE OK CKMKTURYINO Wont

istic noyeltles with appropriate : Misses Hazel Adkins, June royal good time and wishing for ents, Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Ep presenting a three-act comedy, New Garden and Field Seeds at

verses. Bullen, Leila Dea Andrews, Clara her many more happy birthdays. person. "Green Stockings," at the audi- White's. 1-27-41.

Member of the club enjoyinghe Louise Peek, Lena Belle and Cleo Those enjoyln the occasion with torium this evening. Cast of char- Everybody invited to attend the

evening were: Misses Florence Shepard and Buster Klckllter, Lucile were: Sunshine and Mil- Attending the Christian En- acters appears in the school news FOR SALE-20 acres good land, cemetery working of the Sapp cem-

latthe?!, Myrtice and Merwyn Junior McDonald Paul Knight, dred Hundley, Hope Haynes, Florence deavor Rally for the prisoners at of this paper and a large audienceIs 2 1-2 miles northwest of Law- etery at New River, Thursday.

nckaon, Margaret Long, Madge Glenn and Elmer McMillan. Lester Fincher, Margaret Williams, the State Farm Raiford. Sunday expected as the presentation of tey, very reasonable. Write Feb. 23, 1928. Come prepared to

liddleton, Ethel Grfffln, Eunice Price Robinson John Redgraveand Joyce Mast, Dolores Toole Louise afternoon were: Misses Carrie Ug- this play has been anticipated for Floyd Ball, Grand Rapids, Mich. work.

Perkins and Sarah Malpas 'Invited Tommie Williams Marcotte, Elaine Edwards Dorothy low, Edna Hutto, Helen Mersereauand some time with much favor. Keyes Ave. R. R. 11. 2-10-2t Mrs. d. J. Sapp.

M. ,Were' Messrs. Powell Carr I Sapp, Stanley Bennett, Elbert and Beatrice Bullen, and Wesley .

; $+elfalr Long, John Abbot. Lake Worth-Florida Association -' Joe, Jr., Edwards. Bryan and Wesley Stearns. Rijln Kozuma Engineer of Monopoly : FOR RENT 4 room house.: Mrs..LeRoy Roane returned yes-

C. Gamblll, Paul E. Canova, of Postmasters hold annual .. Bureau, Government For- Sterl Courtney, Starke, Fla. terday to New Orleans, La., after
ISSEnT: 'fl<:\ ROOM
jjAVinnlng and Dr. J. C. McLendon session here., Mrs. Grady Cox of Jacksonville, mosa. Japan and Klnzo Kafuku 1-10-21 spending the past two months In

,o(/the State Farm, and Dr. B. S. Polk City-Work under way Valentine Day being the birth. who for the past year has been D. Sc., Gov. Research Institute, BROODER the city the attractive guest of
FOR SALE 500
chick
'Carroll, building municipal airport here.ta.1 day anniversary of Mrs. F. A. Scotta having her music class every Taihoku Formosa Japan, were vis- capacity, $10.00 nearly her mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwardsand
new.Wood's
pretty little dinner was given at Thursday In Starke:! was unable to itors at the local forestry experi- Poultry Farm, Starke sister, Mrs James C. Adkins In

the Orange and Black Tea Room in be here last Thursday on accountof ment station last Monday, gatherIng Fla. It Highlands. Mra. Roane left for

her honor Tuesday evening by Mr. Illness. data on the turpentine Indus- New Orleans In time to attend the
J try In this section.Mr. Mardi Gras Gaines-
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley ..OST-Sunday, Feb. 12th, German celebrations.-
A bowl of Rev. G. P. Raymond has recov- male ville Dally Sun.
beautifully arranged police dog, black and ton,
,, narcissi made an effective center- ered from his recent illness and and Mrs. L. A. Divas accompanied about one year'old answers to ,
I ;: will conduct both morning and eve- Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
F ; piece for the table with covers laid name of Jack. Reward for any
for six and dainty cupids supportIng ning services at the Baptist church Glenn, who have been their guests information regarding the

v+ hearts were the place cards next Sunday. for the past week, to' Jacksonville whereabouts of this dog. P. .E. i
I 1 which lent a festive color. Wednesday. Mrs. Glenn left" for Johns. its

After dinner the evening was Isom Wilson a colored farmer New York to visit her sister, while '

pleasantly spent at the home of Mr. living near Starke, died first of the Dr. Glenn went to 11111 lard wherehe ANOTHER PIANO SACRIFICEDue Arriving :
week in south Florida from injuries
and Mrs. Scott where the companywas is holding services. to inability to keep up pay-
received in an automobile ac-
favored by a reading "A ments we have had a high grade

Tribute to Woman," by Dr. Edwin cident. Mrs., Herbert C. Bitch, Misses\. piano. In the best of condition, Daily f

Southers rendered In his characteristically Dorence Matthews, Madge Middle- .turned back to us. This instrument I
Mrs. Alice R. Thomas, who is
pleasing manner. ,ton, Eunice Perkins, Gussle Mae we can sell for a rare bar- b
-; TADS Mrs. Scott was the recipient of spending the winter In Florida arrived Bennett Olive Ray and ProfessorS. gain, giving terms to respon-
in Starke Wednesday for a
many tokens of remembrances S. Dowling, and Supt. H. B. sible parties. For full parti- the newest Spring styles
Visit with her daughter, Mrs. It.
from friends during the day. Wiggins attended the Bradford culars address Ludden & Bates,

c Everybody Reads The The dinner guests on this occasion V. Knight. County Teachers Association meetIng Atlanta Ga. it. Exquisite en semble dres
were Mr. and Mrs. F. A. held in Brooker In the new
Scott Dr. and Mrs. Edwin South Mrs. L. W Davis of Lawtey, is
,
school building last Saturday. Patrons ses, hats and accessories
ClassifiedCOLUMNS era with Mr. and Mrs.. J. T. Quigley now holding a position in Dr. E. of ,Brooker served a splendid
L. Biggs' office. She has many
.
dinner to the gathering. .
WANTEDYoung
friends In Starke who rememberher
Lovely Hose in all
IN THE Florida during 1927 let road as Miss Mattie Harley.
and bridge contracts Involving ex- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis had as
men and
to
women
penditure of $13.928.983. Mrs. Leitch and Miss Brown of their guests Sunday, Mr. Davis'parents Latest Shades
[ tor the best
Bradford County Providence, R. I., have apartmentsat Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis positions prepare There Is a demandverywhere paying II. '

the home of Mrs, S. F. Ham- and his sister, Mrs. E. P. Wright, for [ Smart serviceable linen
,
young men
rick for the remainder. of the win of Williston. Mr. and Mrs. Davis nd women of character who
I Wm. J. l lFFE I II have Apartments at the home of J.
TelegraphTry
ter. They have as their guest' their ire well qualified. A busi- dresses in all colors and
cousin: Dr. Austin Cary. F, Klckllter, Sr. ness' education will preparerou
I
( In a few months for sizes. Hand-embroidered
a little classified ad in The Telegraphand I Expert Watch Repairing Several cars of volunteer firemen Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright many good positions. We

watch the results it will produce.A went to Crosby lake cemeterylast returned Monday from a motor teach shorthand, typewrlt- and plain- I
Friday when fire sweeping trip in the southern part of the I
few lines in our classified columns have I ng bookkeeping, rapid cal.
the brush state. Wainwright lookIng
through. grass and surrounding -I was julations. business arithmetic I

helped to solve many a problem.The the cemetery threatened : after his duties aj state auditor and Other practical studies. -- Just the right dress \i

cost is very little in comparison to the I the fences and Mrs. Wainwright and little Strong endorsements

results. ENGRAVINGJEWELRY daughter, visited. Mr. and Mrs. from several states. Night and hat for every oc
I Mr. Ernest Norman of Gainesville Harold King in DeLand, and Mr. ichool $4.00 day session, I I

Mr. Joe Norman and Mr. and Mrs.. D. T. Clark In Miami. 17.00 per month.Florida casiofeMarguerite's
little classified
Try a ad today.. I Paul Alvarei ot Starke and Mr.,

? Gerald Adklns. of Hampton ,Wftta Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Griffin re-

I visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. D. :'roc- turned Friday night from Johns Business In AT. I

Bradford County Hull Building tor Sunday In Lake' Butlerf-mlMS(: ; :{ Hopkins hospital Baltimore, Md., stituteGreen I
: Butler Times. 3*, 1 where they have been for the past
\
I several weeks', Mr. Griffin having Cove I Il
Springs, Fla.
Telegraph Mrs. R. O. Daniel of Plant City, undergone a series ot surgical op-

.Starke.,..Florida i 'j Is l In the city vlaltlag. h.s' state*, erations. Ills many friends are in- Q. V. Ande lIon.Prlnclpal

I .n ..C. .:Y .nn oJl. .t hay flame ,_4. glad. to learn loot 'la.wsh,. o.I >tithe ---- ...... --" .. .-- -- ..,. ,
on West Masonic street. Mrs. Dan- I road to recovery". l -" -








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'bl 1 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns spending some time near Plant I __ _. _.___ -_. -,,= c .."..-..,.....-- -t.. -=-____.
and :- '-- ----- -'"'-- Trti
children. Loin and A. Z. Jr., City.
were visitors to Onlntwville Friday.Mr. I
Bits of (l orgf Trafton, whose home Is Fresh Groceries
and Mr.. J. W. Morgan were ]Mine, Is now in Starke for three'' i
visitors to Green! Cove Springs Sunday II III c [
I months' work connected with the o Why do the; majority of particular

g local Nevt -- local government forestry station housewives in this community patronize ,\

Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mundy. Jr., Yard wide tub-fast prints, new our Store? The answer IS--
spent Sunday In Jacksonville with '1 ; our groceries are always fresh.
I Concerning Our People Basinets and relatives. patterns, at 21c yard. Very satin- t

Progress of the County and Town. factory for house br street wear j I i Every article of foodstuffs in our

.:ndh-oft.'ohnsol1 Shoes urn roa- ,Morgan. I t store is guaranteed to be fresh. i
v souablc In .price\ nnil frunrnntwd L
1,,UaalaMaIAAIAIIIIptANm/A! / anantWlApNaIMIWpaYaYaaaWYWIBIWNMNrI" ... __,__________ -* at Steraberg's. I Miss Etta Tlson left Friday for I Whatever your grocery heeds may \
imiajiuaimHmny ,a ten days' visit with relatives In I|
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were Mrs. M. v Knight be, we can supply you. :
spent the Owen Grlffln of Jacksonville, Savannah and parts of South Ca1'o1IIna.
to Jacksonville
visitors Friday week-end In Jacksonville visiting spent the week-end with his mother Phone Your Order-If You Wish
friends.. l
Mrs. Lila
Griffin. \
O M- Inman was a business visi- I "
,
Chase 11 Maddox of Archer wasa
tor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrand Mrs. D. I. Ames and 11. M. Griffin of Waldo, spent visitor in Starke Tuesday, looking Specials! Friday And Saturday I:

Inspectour, showing of $12.SO Jaksouvllle George Dobell were visitors to Sunday In Starke at the home of i i after renovations being made .
dresses. Morgan.Men's Sunday. his brother T. J. Griffin. to the Gaiety Theatre. I

Kverfast suitings and Peter Pan New-line- of men's. ties just ar W. J. Mills\ of Lake City with I I Melba Halves Yellow Cling Peaches
overcoats being: closedout fabrics are a specialty with us. You rl\edat Rtcs'nberg's. the Liggett & Myers Tobacca Company C'I
at IH7.50 at $tl'Mlbl'I'I.t'N.Jake know their reputation Morgan. was a business visitor In''

Col. Floyd green of Lake Butler, Starke several, clays this week. BLACK EYE PEAS Andalusia Brand Dill Fauci/ Muir DriedPeaches
Roberta of Graham was a J. B. Alexander of Waldo was a was'a business visitor in town I No. 2 Can I'icMcsQtjarSSc :i
business ,visitor In Starke Monday. business visitor to Starke Wed flea- Wednesday. "Spring/ Coat Suits In the new.
day. Tweed. at "' '''rn''I'II. 2 cans for 26c: PeiLb.16c
John Powell left Thursday fora I j
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Canova of
_
week's visit In, Asheville, 1 '
N. C. Full variety of garden and field Waldo, were guests at the home of Mr 'and Mrs. C. A. Knight and
seed at Klckllter's. See me before Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Sunday Mrs. O. L. Beasley were visitorsto i: COMPOUND LARD PER POUND l-2c
Spring! bat at popular prices. buying.O. Glen St. Mary Wednesday, ofterTioon. I .t
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Morgan r '. .
I Mrs. J. M. Glenn of Young Harris -' ---- --- ------- o
.1' J. Grlffls of Lake Butler, was Ga. spent last week at the } Blue table Kara Syrup J.'allclPat Mackerel IEJJEIJ {WHEAT '
W E.: Torode of Lawtey, was a a business visitor In Starke Satur- home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. Fred Sapp and little daughter -
visitor In Starke Wednesday. day. Lorraine are visiting Mrs. 5 Ib. pail 39c 2 for 25c I boxes 25c I 'j
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise made a Sapp's mother Mrs.E.!: Stevens,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Malpaa were Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Griffin of business and pleasure trip to Jack- in Leesburg this week I ,
visitors to Jacksonville Friday. Hampton, were visitors in Starke sonville "uesdayrl'ow 49c.I\';\'
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. W Hedgrave Is spendingthe Blue Ridge Early June Peas No. 2 'f: :ns ;

Stamped Bedspread only $1.30at .\ amt Manhattan Shins atSlomberg's. week In Tampa with her _
'
tl'mbl' s. Cloning out all winter gads at son-in-law and daughter Mr. and -
Unit Price at $tl'I'I1b1'I'j'II.: Mrs. Joe Martinez. Mallards Pan-Cake FLORIDA RAND) Rival Brand Sliced 11.'

L. II. Partridge of Lake City, wos Mrs, Annie Johns and Mrs. C. L. Flour Asst. Jams Bacon 1.
a business Visitor In Starke Saturday Messrs. T. A. and C. A. Brlnson Latham spent last week In Brooker Messrs. Frank Carpenter Gerald

of Mrs.Fiftone J. E.,Corpening were guests Monday of Mr. and with their sister, Mrs T. D. Dyal. Mlddleton to Tallahassee and Owen Sunday Grlllln, motored and- 2 Pkgs. 27c 8-oz jar 18c Lb. Pl<:g. 30c ii

J. C. DeBevolse of Jacksonville Mrs Sarah F. Hamrlck left Sunday spent the day. .
Beach, was a business visitor in J. B. Thomas of Brooker wasa for Sebrlng where she will Lincoln Matches! 10 Ilo\cs tol 2 Packages 15c
town Friday. business visitor In Starke Sat- visit her daughter Mrs. J. C. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Bitch and ackaae : 1
urday. Rampley. daughters Harriet, Eloise and Dorothy _
Miss Estelle Rosenberg of Lake and Clara Louise. Peek motored Lancy line Cakes Rolls STOKLEY IfRAND PUislmrllllest; Flour \ ;
Butler was a business visitor In Edison Brlnson of Fiftone, was Special" "Saturday only Ladles to Melrose Sunday afternoon .
Starke Thursday afternoon. the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. E. Spring: Dresses", 9IO.OO at Steni- Pies and pastry Iain'iii aardelllleels 2t pound bag $132
Corpening Saturday. berg's. J. G. Alvarez, who has been visiting ties madkc by Slarkc 2 25c 12 pound bag 69c
The New Royal Society Km.broidery his grand-mother Mrs. Lal- cans fi ban 38c Tm
jm<'knges arc now on sale Wnriu'r's Cornets and Brassieres E. C. Johns has moved his famIly la R. Chase, returned to his homeIn Quality Bakery. __u_______ ___ .pound! ..
at Ktcrnberg'g. lire KunruntiMMl: at tc'I'nbI'j'S.: back to this section, after Jacksonville last Thursday. Macaroni-
Golden Age Noodles 3 boxes 249,

._. Spaghetti. ,_. .. .. .
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I STOK: }"S RAND) Swift Jewel Compound BEST CANE SUGAR 'p

PUMPKIN \ Lard 10 Lbs 68c
NO. 2 '1-2 CAN Ltc 8 pound pail $1J3, .
1,100 crates of Eggplants per ACRE

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"A 25% increase in yield. My

fruit brought 25 cents more Truck growers, if you want facts, not just

per crate than other shippers claims, read these letters'
"
to the same house," says ,
I O. V. Champlain Snted'i hland.Manatee Co.,Fla.."During the twelve
O. V. Champlain, f' > years I have used Bradl y's Fertilizer 1 have secured excellent yields.

of Sneed'sJ7 ( L w I/ My Eggplants, Peppers and Cucumbers are showing up well at the --- .. _. _
t1 -- -
., present time and are still going strong. In 20 years of faulting I have
Islandd J tried all kinds of fertilizers and after this year I am convinced that O. A, Andreu of Stuart, spent ing; thin week In Btarlie' with bill Vera Mae J Hoffman, of Ja*.kson. -
, Bradley's "AA QUALITY" Fertilizer Is far superior to any other I the latter part of the week In parents, Mr. and Mrs'. J. .... Colluy. villa > -r."l.L <
have used. My last Eggplant crop yielded 1100 packed crates to Starke with his slaughter fauns! ". .
j the acre, although weather conditions were unfavorable. Due tq Mr. and Mrs. Joe Orlllln and Mr and Mrs. Utlant W. Hodges.
excellent quality the crop brought 25 cents more per crate than other Thelma, and other relatives "
'
'RTILIZER shippers to the same house." -- ---- family of Jacksonville, were and. little dun Kin ter. Margery Ev.

can do more ty&? 4S&ij r, Harris Brother&Rice,VeTO Beach, ure In recommending Dradley's Messrs. Allen and Levy Canova, KuetHts Sunday' of Mrri. Clrlllln's elyn, of Jacksonville, spent the
than feed Jo sb5* Indian Ri"erCo.,Fla.: "We beganusinR"AAQUALlTY"Fertlhzer Fertilizer to all farmers." (Jacksonville, Mpent the week-end uncle. T. J. IrllMn : week-end ,wHh Mrs Hodges' par.
your ___ _.- .__ .. I
Le Roy ft Marine, need', Island with their mother, Mrs Eunice Ca- I onts Mr. and Mrs A. P. Hollman
crops. VVhelher_ I In 1896 and have applied it to all Manatee nova. Mr. and Mm, Harold C. Wall
Co.,Ho.! I
it is Eggplants, kinds of vegetables since that and date.citrus We been thoroughly hla/ivedalwalYhs/ have had as their guest for I the past Mr. J. L. Trice Sr.. of Arran.
Beans Squash Lettuce or every year the Bradley's QUALITY" Fertilizers. Mr. and Mrs U C. Jones and week Mra. Wall's mother Mrs C.
Peppers, are greatly pleased with re I especially commendother Wakullu county has recently sowed
the fertilizer suite secured with the fertilizerand ; son. Arthur Darby, and Mrs A. M. 'I'. Dutton of Tampa. .
truck right .
crops, them orwill their mechanical l con 10 acres In carpet gras..a a ,
the service have Darby of
given Onlnosvllle. Saturday
you spent -
insure quicker maturity and For 21 have fertilized dltlonaathey distribute through demonstration for his community
us. years we the machines satisfactorily. In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. DowlliiK had
The of our oranges nnd grapefruit with very the first at the week und UH a protection from fires In
finer quality. experience: This I Is my fifth season in usingBradley's. --- as their guest
Fertilizers.I The .
r of Sneed's "AA QUALITY" ." Misses Patricia Lamb and Gladys Miss Cleon Filer of Ifaiolhuriit, wooded lots.Mr.
Mr. 0'v. Champlai i, yield has been good and thegrade
it! ofourfrulehasenabledustoget Jesse L.Lamb,Parrlth Manatee Co, Allgood Wlldwood, spent Sunday O a. lit
Island, Manatee: County, proves prices." Flat "I prefer Bradley's "AA In Starke at the homes of and Mrs. S. T. Dell
top Fertilizers becauseIndian their parents.Mr. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.I family have returned f rdta"a "sho
Mr. Champlain got these gratifying I.R.&C.W.Flerchn.WinterBeach.QUALiTY" with her father, Col
visit at Starke
their little
better to learn
they give me as good or results )yul are glad
I and the added I River Co, Fla. "I am espe than I have used. III W. T. Weeks.. -Gainesville ET
results- profits dally plemed with ri adleY's"A any ever and Mrs! Charlie K. Johnsof son. Truby who has been very .
by using Bradley's"AA QUALITY" QUALITY" Fertfluer and my L.A. Hough,Okeechobee,Oktecho-/ Daldwln, were guests of Mrs. with pneumonia In now recover nlng News.Friends
.. crop shows for itself. I feel that bee Co., Fla> "I have been using Johns' sister, Mrs. J, K.: Corpening ing.
Fertilizers. Bradley's is the best I have ever Bradley' Fertilizer on mv entire In town Saturday of William ClasoU will |
of Ocoee used as to production and mechanical acreage and believe It the best Mrs. Lucy Powell had as her sympathize with hlI114tlt'.t.lJ.er< death
Mr. W. M. Seegar fro'I got condition. I take pleas obtainable." Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Colley and guests Sunday her daughter. Mrs. of his motliecJMjTliUfh.! t) occurred
1,000 hampers 0 \ on three- daughter, Shirley Ray are spend- II. D. Hobson and grand-daughter.. Monday. ( 'toll;
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quarters of an acre ; Messrs. Leroy .

and Marine, 'of Sneed's Island, rematurity with I Bradley's. We have a mixture i "

port 650: bushels I I of peppers to t Ie acre; scientifically prepared for yqu soil conditions. .

f L. A. Hough, of Okeechobee, obtained Don't forego the opportunity to increase your

7 150 bushels of beans per acre,while Harris profits; Act now. Come in and get our new and Teach YourDOLLARS 4T4

Brothers &. Rice, of Vero Beach, got 250 interesting booklets on truck crops.A phone call voun %ae5. t L

J baskets to the acre. Mr. Jesse L. Lamb, of or to discuss postcard your will crop bring problems.BRADLEY'S a competent. service man

Parrish, got 220 baskets of beans per acre.

Results such as this are the rule, not

exception. Bradley's "AA QUAIfITY"Fertilizers

produce these results because To Have More
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they are specially made for Florida crops QUALITY"FERTILIZERS

and perfectly adapted to Florida soils and

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Jacksonville
F tiliers. Only the finest materials carefully
selected, blended mixed and cured, are used.

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results always insist on Bradley's. vim whn* oar In plant JactaoHiiiU, on. oth* In. ,,}r + r' Bank will earn for you is the rich dividends it will pay you in
yields and hasten mo" """"'"". In'''._Id.r .
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.. A dollar will: open an account. We pay 4 percent interest.

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SlIC ,1Ii,1OFoI I> COUNTY TKLKGU.APH, 8TARKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17 1928
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g r bring their rods and level wind- even-the Fishermen's contest

Farmers & Farming ing reels. to the last day of the Tltusvllle-Florida Power &

Southern States Tournament at Light Company proposes to city
i '5- 44s Orlando next Saturday. February council establishment of modern I

(fly Agricultural Editor) 11th, when the second annual white way system In business cen-

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I noticed .In the papers tbls .roil ('(H..C11H1.OU; TY 8 1 t
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it 'week that lOot the counties InVest !
Gainesville, I"la.-Ten barrels s
Florida" are going to erect a -
':'of dahlia bulbs have been ,
Just received '
for
J permanent camp their rural I'hi
i oys and girls. While I am no ; by Mrs. Lassie'Black, home, -
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prophet. I will predict that West {demonstration agent in Columbia w +Yr A
Florida will see a generation of I llb. Y lYn ., + & rA h9cMauUl. +Yw ere' w9.M1- 11If
;county, for planting by club girls .. ,t ( v .. j +
better farmers and farmers' wives IT 4.'r JrtuuefY=. + JRC.Howr.r. Ifo
lot that county who are entering ..rMrrY4.WY+a i.VN/Y o
if these men stick to this Idea and "
build their a flower contest. t
i camp. I e'aor Arcbf.ela
Of course as soon as something I

Is mentioned that will call fork I differ-out > ..: DC

money, there are those who can see ,ordered for members of home demonstration .. \ a .
all kinds of impediments in the' ::. If'
clubs who
way. As I understand it this campIs are entering -
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to be built on land owned by the 'garden contests. The bulbs will MAIDS 1M. .

government as part of the nation- | be distributed at 10 cents each, although .. ,ii:}. t

.JI.1 forest. This means it will be the regular retail price is J 5

preserved. Further, it is to be I many times higher, says Mrs. ,, D
t'0 'd Supervised by officials of the agricultural Black. J
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One of the most. important (
y extension division of thestate projects '
University, so we need not !' under way at present In Columbia a 1,

it worry about our boys and girls county is the health survey. I2 S\, ', ; 10 ..
r while they are there Several doctors and dentists have .:!

It is a mighty good sign when 20 been engaged in making the survey .'. ;

men will take the time from their of all school children of the krrtRtrlfR'e "J'" I I "

other activities to devote to a cam- county.At .
paign to raise money for the development present Mrs. Clack has lOB : : I''

of someone etae's boys women and ICO girls enrolled in
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au4 girls. Yet this is just what is garden: work, 50 pig club girls Werrenrath Concert Star

happening in Went Florida. Two 405 girls doing nutrition work, and Q:0 M 2. ,

men In each of the ten counties 106 women angaged in the study :

e'1. raise are serving the funds on necessary a committee to build to of nutrition Finds Lucky Strikes Kindly p:

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Clean, white blotting paper is
the camp. They estimate It will
useful In removing stains from E To His Precious Voice
; hcollt about $10,000. That will be fabrics. Lay the blotting paper D Mt Ill:
iu, 'investment In the surest securIty Ir.ll'i
under the stain before applyingthe JIll
tpF: .any county can offer, the rural '
solvent and change It as soon It
I.if, ;,." boys and girls. "In'my concert work, I" must, of course, give
as it becomes soiled 1o.yrrwoR.PLANY
:k.I tt present' plans materialize, the : SECONDFLt7URDLAIJ,
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first consideration to voice.'' Naturally I loti
i'j;;; .camp will be modern and sanitary, I --,-.-- my he"

"ii' la every respect. It will be something :......................4 I t'-.- .t. ..L-.LH am very careful about my choice of cigarettes!

t worth working for, and I II Itr I 4 .1 (.mll' : ; noMuR. trance allows the kitchen such. .
)r remember correctly, boys) will J SAMPSON CITY :H iI:1'J.0.L: and the cellar to be refrigerator reached- as I must have the blend which is kindly to

;. ,t work much harder when they have'sgmgobJectfve 0 OU'O Thomas 'rBy( R. C. Hunter && Bro., Arch. from the one entrance.A This house requires but a forty my throat. I smoke Lucky Strikes, finding
,! foot lot which allows a tour foot
In view. My obser .' New" York.)
dining alcove Is provided in
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a good thing for the boys Hobert Dickerson finished I shows a complete and economical the first floor is BO placed that it and a three foot clear l space at critical requirements." J

S'"wt ''d.girls anyhow, and these recre- his two week's meeting here Sun',arrangement Including: a garage serves the maid's room and also side of garage. "

I a on centers make it still more at- day night. Had a very Intereeflngmeeting. ; /iand maid's room pn the first floor the children or family, Complete working plans and specifications 6 6 C

"tra>>!tlve. We wish that he-inlght and a large wardrobe on the second On the second floor the three of this house may be .
ut course such camps were not be with us again. floor. bedrooms extend under the main obtained for a nominal sum from It's
) :held when I was a boy. But that There will be services here Sat-1 The entrance vestibule/ has a body of the house It provides the the Building Editor. Refer to 'toasted

k III' no reason to keep my boy from urday night and Sunday by Rev. large coat closet. The service en- laundry, heater and coal space and I House A158.Glistening. bbiVTsl
'nJ; joining a pig club and enjoying It.What W. A. Crosby.Mr. .
11!' we need most In rural life Lucian Thomas spent the, 1 I.ONONON.NNN....*.. .40..N000ON..NNO.... with 81 electrically No Throat Irritation-No JIM!
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\\11 ': )jo A cXize l! that our children must week-end with his mother Mrs. | lighted candles, a mammoth birth- Cough
have beJ?" than j HAMPTONMlH : BROOKER : ,
r Advantages. we Della Thornaa. I : day cake 12 feet in diameter will
had; they -\ve stronger competl- 1 + Atlft ftlmmu Cos.ONONO MU LoU GSmlncr C..r. .
Miss Cleo Thomas spent Wednesday '
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be on display at Thomas A. Edlson's -
;Jlon to meet a with. night with her aunt in ..N..00..000NO .ONON000000100.000000. w
party next Saturday after-
CROP VIl.\l\It"I\.Wti Starke, I I Hampton, Feb. 17.-Mr. and Brooker, Feb. 17.-Mr. Bob Lee noon In the Municipal auditorium

MOUTH BIAKH TOUR Of We aro sorry to hear of Mrs. I Mrs. C. L. May were visitors to from Kentucky, was a business visitor at Ft. Myers and everyone of the
!Martha Purrlsh burned by
being a
C'UIJ..tNU FLORIDA i Jacksonville last Sunday. city's 2,000 school children will be
heater Saturday niorutog. We hope Mrs. C. L. May entertained the here Wednesday. given a piece of cake to take home $1195
' she will recover. [II Sewing Club last Mr. Bill Thomas from Lacrossewas
, Monticello, Fla.-R. J, Carroll, Tuesday. A very with them.
of Lamont, near here, has just re- Mr. Roberts and family from pleasant hour was spent after a business visitor' here Wed- F I.'ACTORV ]in-1
HamIlton have been attending which delicious Jasper-Sheriff Hancock ''erect-
turned from an eight-day tour of cake and punch nesday.Mr. .
of church here regular.Mrs. was served. Ing large filling station here.
Cuba and the southern part
Ralph Clover of New River
Groves and grandson Leon, ,
j Florida with a party of about 40 Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux Mr. and
was a business visitor here Tues-
of Graham, visiting here
other crop champions, county were Mrs. A. C. Dennison and Mrs. J. F. day. emember
agents and agricultural teachers Sunday. I Johnson have recently been visit- PAINTER'S'Simon you can n
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown, Mr. Lem Davis of) Lacrosse, was
ing In StB rke.
Mr. Car-
if the Southern states.
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visitor here
{ last
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df Lake Butler, visiting his Wednesday.
won his trip by producing the were Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bennett returned -
mother and father Sunday, and attended Mr. Boston of St. Petersburg,
.a t_ yield of corn on five acres I here from a visit to Winter Pure Citrusand have 9uickjitthis
a contest conducted by the Ag- church\ Sunday night.Mrs. Haven and Tampa. was a .business visitor\ here Wednesday ,

? Extension Division. The Martha Parrtsh's children Mrs. liessle Maxwell, who has
NI- are here from different places been for'several months in Savannah Messrs. Tom Joe and Jasper Harris Gem Farm
the Chilean CropFEKTILfZERS
was given by
and will be with her until she re- of Lacrosse, passed through moderate
Ga. has returned to
f'l" of Soda Educational( Bureau covers. her here on their way to Jacksonvillelast price 'BTS
:The pdrty, which included mem- home hete.
Listen 1 We have B. Y. P. U. every Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. J. W Nlmmo of Clearwater .
North ,
)s from Texas, Tennessee
II. II. Green of here was attending -
11na Arkansas, Tennessee Sunday evening. Come andring Is the guest of his sister Miss Ada I real
-a Buick in
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to business at Jacksonville with flashing
\t.:.South Carolina. Georgia and Alabama your friends with you. I: Nlmmo.Lyr every way lies

., ':,, spent two days In Cuba, Prayer was opened Sunday night L. Bedenbaugh and family, There Wednesday. basketball Are"T13IK getaway and mighty isil
.. by Brother C B. Brown, followed was a game power
of the Sec- of Jacksonville were the guests of
"' '''where they were guests TIUii) AND CHOPTKSTKD"
here last Wednesday afternoon be-
and visited1A1 by Brother Dlckerson, Berryan Mr. Bedenbaugh's father, L. II. princely luxury and beauty *
ry of Agriculture -
.. 'f.'jH&& Dyal and Brother Cay. tween the Brooker boys and Lake supreme 1 r w*
Experiment Station. Return- Bedenbaugh- last Sunday.- I comfort and
.. Butler boys. There was a good
riding
ease. u
\ 1'i" JJ.J Florida members of the liar'ere Mrs. W. H. Hart and Miss Free
'; given an opportunity to .......*.+..........< :0: Wynn were among the teachers many of our people there but few OUT brands are the Acknowledged -
from Lake Butler. The score end- Choose E9
Standard by which from
dome of Florida's crops from who attended the meeting of the I three popular models .
ed 18-17 in favor of '
Lake Butler.
:; HIGHLAND : Teachers' Growers of Florida have"juufioU
*ml by'Okeechobee and Sebring Association at Brooker
.. Those attending church at Lit- all fertilizers for at this moderate price-Sedan
amps At Tampa they were :Ml! M. 13. Hlflc Cor. last Saturday.F. ,Coupe l'
tle Springs last Sunday were: Mrs.
ets of the South Florida" Fair ...OONO.00.000N000000. C. Gould left last Wednesdayfor l nearly forty years. or Sport Roadster.
( II. Galney. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Mor- Pay the
on liberal
"Giving nil HO ran for what
the party disbanded and Sharps, where he will be the
lumbers departed .or their homes. Mrs. H C. Wlmberly Mr. and guest of his son, A. I. Gou1<1. I gan and son, Clarence.Mr. uo get Instead", of getting all G. M. A. C. plan.
t Mrs I. J. Robbins, Miss\ Beth 'VlmI Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt visited and Mrs. It. M. Galney and we can for ,,'hntYU give," \:

Irtr III..NEWKLI. IIU RiD: IJV I berly and Earl Harris motored to their daughter, Mrs. S. M. Sim- Mrs. D. L. Jones of here were vis- l lit the policy of ) : And will 1
iting at Waldo Sunday. .. you always know-whether yenI
nUCUI.TCJc.\ WORKERS: St. Augustine for the day Wednesday mons, of Sparr lat Sunday.
and viewed the many interesting Mrs lludipn\ visited her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Smith and THE E.: O. PAINTERFERTILIZER 1 you' pay $1195 for 'Buick iI
_r 'Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. Wllmon sights of the Ancient City. Mrs. Carpenter last Friday and children of Sampson City were CO. your or

frJewell. director of the Florida KxJ Mr. and Mrs Ira Robbing and Saturday visiting friends and-relatives here I more-that your buys the
.M'KSO-VVILIjK, TLA. t money ut- ,.
J jjerlment! Station and Agricultural Karl IlarrlH, who have been the Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bugg and Sunday. I' __ __ ,_ .... most in
Etiwu ii Division, and dean of guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wlm Miss Louise Caraway of Starke motor car value: .
: was visiting friends here this week no c .____ ___.. __. ,____ __ -
,College Of Agriculture, was hon- berly for a few days, left ThurH-I. have recently been the guest of SEDANS 9
.:ored by the agricultural workersJoC'the dav for their homes In Springfield. Mr. Biigg's parents !Mr. and Mrs. end.Miss I $1195 to $1995 i '
If South In their recent meeting Ohio. They have spent a pleasant L. Bugg Gracie Conerly was a visitor COUPES $1195 to $1850 \

'.', at Memphis by election to( the month HlRht-seelng( all through I I1v.Mr. and .Mrs W. P. Alexander to Starke and Heilbronn ,I Strawberry Plants? SPORT MODELS $1195 to $1525
of first vlce-president Dr. "riurida and are favorably I ,Springs last Wednesday
office very and daughter! itflss Wilma visited I, All rku f. e. 10.Flan' Mteh- .0. .._..; D,
swell held the ofllce of second impressed with our state, aud are friends and relatives In Waldo last There wan a basketball game et TA.O.M.A.C J/?..a..r.>plan, Ju.' *" 'elY to b..a.
flee President for the past year, already planning> on coming gain Saturday.W.:; Hampton last Friday, the game I oot duhmbU.It_1I.b/a.

sand' his election to the higher of- noxt winter and making a longer P. Dirt and children, of Graham being Brooker vs!! Hampton Those Ii I. offer choice Improved
considered honor stay attending the game from here i
ce is : quite an were business: visitors to ,
U the-Slate of Florida I Mrx i.1. Austin and children. Hampton hats Saturday.Rev. > I were: Misses Lubedla. IMnholster, Klondyke, Excelsior;: Mis-

) ..--:-. S and W M Austin wore visitors to Lewis preached at the first Josephine Cbesser, Florence Ward, Ii'i i sionaty, and all leading varletlea -, REGISTER MOTOR CO.
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to figures furnished Lawtey Saturday" Stellamae Ward, Leola Fogg, Don- '
Church of
runty Baptist Hampton, last
Agent, D. K. Lawton, Mrs. I). Lang and Leonard Sunday. oma and Avy Crawford and Mes i Prices right for I' STARKE FLORIDA

W' club boys of Madison county Strickland were transacting bust- Elder J. P. Hanor was a business srs. Clyde Cone. Clyde Kelly Rus- quality. Plants free from all .
roduced $ OOOO worth of farm Pervts Ortha Ma-
nose In Starke Saturday visitor to Itrookavlllo this week. lei Green Huzftn Nllm BETTRU .
In 1927, and through coOperative Litchfield, Cole- diseases and we guarantee "tT'rU'IC ,ljS: AHn BHI/T urICK WILL nUlLO
products Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke was a Mr?. C. E. Harper has assumed theney Woodrow i THifly
marketing actually re- visitor here on Monday. charge of the drug store here. man and T. P. Ward and Mrs. T. : .safe arrival of all stock. .
tcelred $5,460 more for their pro- Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green and P. Ward. The score came out 8-7 I .
She l is assisted uy Miss Nattale
Get
l ducts. baby of Starke, spent Sunday here Marclonuy and ixtelleut service In favor of Hampton. Send for price list today 4 Back the Fun of Eating! )
}' with relatives. Cniil of Thanks
Is rendered to the public.
..i. .| :nome demonstration club women Mrs. J. Prevatt Starke, was a Mrs. Earnest Webb and daughter We wish to thank our dear i IT'S FREE Rid youlaelf Eat of Indigestion that takes die joy out

In Escambla County are plan- visitor here Saturday. Ealene. who have been visiting trlenes who kindly assisted us dur- and worth Its weight in gold. mouthful. without! what fear you want and relish every

determine Mr. and Mrs. Allen Yates are Mrs. II. F. Chosser. returnedto ing the illness and death of our fort .You CAN,if you subsequent disco j w
which one can make the announcing the arrival of a baby their home in 'Jacksonville last dear beloved father. .

,most attractive dress for a dollar. girl born Monday.C. Friday.J. Mrs. H T. Thomas and. children.The j J.A.BAUER Tale IfIIERBENEtile Icoestip
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M. Grime made a business tripto -
J. Brannon and A. C Hall
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t6 fourth annual I
Polk
knob off county
comes a Lawtey Monday. Judsonia Ark. -
who have hewn attending U. S. pure :that banishes
Orangt -'o tlval Indigestion
(sauce pan cover, don't throw It which closed in and tloltmand
W. M. Strethers E. J. Pierce andA. .
Court |In Miami 'u rood to their "'VlnteHaven Lock Box up the wbole
last 38 IYStem.
a
Saturday MJ
way. Insert a screw through thehole L. Vanlandtngham of Jacksonville homes here last Friday. was
from the- bottom and screw were business visitors hero W. T. Met.; :'ecentl been the m. .i I successful of the annual By 8
cork I ? o.-i'i:' .1.:1!: for the promotion and -
a on It
Monday. a businee'acksonvllie.: I ad \\g of the citrus Industry. ____j' C jrpenlnjf's Drug Store

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bsidy And An UnfairDiscrimination i I. Keystone Heights + Origin of Popular You cannot change him hat dun. Count Jan 1?. VI27 1">oll".___ 729.00

By amt. coll'el",1 __? 11.oo
MI.. Il.lm.o"'d*., Co. : his policies, once adopted, To baL due Feb 1, I I'i'JS!' ___ 718.0VTo
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....111011N111.111111: 'n {parr] Y correct. Hut his stub bal. dup'I'.tlll Jan 5ih-erh.ol i.'i. :i'j* __.: ,.'4.SS1.IS
C5:. 's ; and obstinate disposition, his By amt. collected __ T B7.7
To baL due \I'"h.t I I. I pun' _H4.87J.4t
_.- ---- I Fire Damages Key to stick to the policy\ Total Niih.Nchonl' Honda
To Bill duo Jan. I. Itm 8473.7C
Publishers' Auxiliary, January 28 1928 by tho Koiul Department, My amt. collected. __ li M
e ) stone Apartment l to save Okenchobee couni To bal. due Feh 1 t. 1H2S aitt.llt t
O. W. ALUKHMA.V, Ofarfc.. r
before the post office committee of the I $0,000 per mile on the By__C.\, KNIlllTfQ.<< : .C.
lOW house i of Rond 29. If be
and vital interest to Keystone heights Feb. 17-A UI'r.U'1I: s the ,
If intense every community. our taxpayer that much "

[ rates bill introduced by Representative Griest faulty water heater located on the that he has saved tin In the Circuit Court 26th JuriloU ,\ "

It provides 'new postage rates on back porch of the second story of ( cash, and that IA Itself Circuit :Bradford County ..1l1..1of y
lia. several Florida In Cftanocry. r :.
1 but that part of it of interest to the small cities V. S. Babbitt's drug store, pauseda > proof that he Ia the Isabelle t Lank b Joined by Charles .,
fire Lank her bUR 8.nd. p
early Tuesday! evening, Feb. I man for governor. -Okee- q
is in connection with r
,t he nation third-class mail 7th. I vs. )
which entirely destroyed the News. N. '1', Hitch. .t al. I
Preferential rates on third-class mail to the larg porch and spreading to the kitchen I I'nder and by virtue/ of final de. '

Ha.I: : 3 of mail it proposes to SUBSIDIZE the mail upstairs badly --Old T. 1>. McLaoil, tree entered In the above entitled. .l ; ,
damaged! someof VSi'i"* '"I the ssth day' January
tmd the! big city merchants in their efforts to se- the woodwork and curtains u building here being remoclel- 1D2K. ami' recorded In (the record of
business of the flier l ye; aid Court I In Chancery Order Book a
fchandising! smaller cities and No 6. at 1aee 54, In favor of Brad

jug to these mail order houses and big city merpcr -: Tilt cry of fire from the street s 'fl' z -Work will begin in:. ford County Bank a corporation and ,
against chi above Imtbelle
[ rate on their business solicitations carried 1 first attracted the attention of Mr. BENi IE paving tttrlp of old Cr- ljak. and Charles !earned.Unnk directing I ,
: Babbitt who ;Ith ; road which runs aiiit empowering me thereto I will
was at dinner
would be accorded to FIELDS IL
the
tails than merchant: of his } from Main street road. offer for sale In front of the Court +
country town. family In the front part of the I I (. 'House door In Htarkv.. KlorMit dur- d A r
|ty or apartment! upstairs. The hose log the legal I hums of unit on !Mon
lea direct DISCRIMINATION against the merh cart Nunn: day the 5th day of Man. 1938, the
and
fire ;
department were Immed- f o\{ tntc denorlbetl property, to- 4,
cities and towns in favor I
of '
smaller the mer- lately summoned 'wltl i
and In ,
Iciil houses of the larger cities.is an attempt required' by section 711 ro- situate lying and ht>lnir In Bradford .. '.
order to reach the roof of the .ulldlng l'' i County Flarldn amt more pnrlUnlarly it I
[ tied up in a "JOKER" clause in the bill that hart L. Terrel chief of the volunteer general statutes of Florida demi\l1< an follow;; I
Tlu'
I if the total weight of the total number of cir- fire department was seriously I ha at the following I I nnmetl Met>n (7)Southeast mid Moutliweot nimrtnr of quarter Section of "), { I F f

Liml to be mailed shall be twenty pounds or more Injured when the ladder on on the days and dates SiMithwi'Ht,( of quarter Northwest and quarter North wentiliiiulci and di11rsI I." ,

Site shall be one cent for each piece weighing two which ha wan climbing slipped l herein for the purpose of liiilf of. Hoiithenot tinnrter of i I ,

I, but if the total number of copies of any one cir- causing him to fall from the second tux returns for the pres N linn U of Nn11tI.l .half" of end No"lheaRtLr all that porl -- :Iy ti' JI\

story striking one of the wooden (or of Mnutliwoit quarter. ]Iyllllf.t [ ",
ailed shall weigh less than twenty pounds, thee benches In front of the 1928, to-wit: (it rnbllcKomi. an now located (February ,j'l, "
drug storeas 2R(I Hi, UUD) mild liind being }
of two '
each piece less shall
ounces or be :
on one he fell. Mr. Terrel was removed Monday Feb 20th. Twcnty-ono ((211 foot wide on North r. .
[ cents. at once to his home Fob 21st. end\ and Two hundred Thirty-two It n
where It Tuesday
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(Hi!) foot wlili.I un the Mini tli end, In
piece of direct-by-mail advertising of the mail was found thai his most severe injury lllver, Thursday Feb 23rd Her)Ion Bight m mid Northwest

nr the big city merchants is mailed to many thou was a compound: fracture Just niul qnni-tiir N'orthen of Ser quarter\ en Seventeen of. Northeast(17). ,

restive buyers, and covers very wide sections of above the ankle. Dr. Drantley, of Thursday Fob 23rd quarter of Hue!I Ion KlurhtoBri: ( in),

I The total number of such pieces of such direct- Gran Jon, Dr. It. Bruce Gamble, of (HI nil'* or t81.the Huulh above UnnRo being I In Twenty-two Towmblp !

rtising would easily weigh many times twenty Keystone Heights and two nurses, t '. Friday, Feb 24'h, c92) Hiit. rontHlnlnw Three lions '
Mrs. rl 'orty-two (aU> acre more or ,
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D. I.
Reamer
cud Mrs. Lindsay .
ecause the total weight of all of these was twen- 1 leu*. +
Wilson were In attendanceupon Friday. Feb. 24th, af- Said' mile. to be mnde for cimh to i
nore-the postage rate would be one cent on each Mr. Torrel the lilKliont end bent bidder, subject '

Merchant doing business in the Smaller city or the I and Wednesday morning Tuesday evening he was II. Saturday, Feb. 2Bth. I to the approval of the. Court.W. M. JOHNM. !! .

i who wished to mail a piece of direct-by-mail ad- taken to the Riverside hospital In the law section 713: U. G. ,1. i. FRASIIn, 8l"'clal' M"urS J

he possible purchasers in his town and in they JackHuuvllle where he is reported Is the duty of everp iforsoii ,<.>Ik-l\.nr of Uo'Hinl '-3.St.:S'.J.OKItnil '

of that town would have a mailing list of but to be doing nicely. or having the control .KOIt ITIII.IUATIOV

Bed, possibly one thousand, names at the most The fire was extinguished beforeIt ,' custody direction pIn

| number of circulars reached the living rooms of the I agency of property / riri'tilt roiirt. Twenty-Sixth' Judlrlal -
ght of this or small' booklets ft I : Circuit/ Ilrwdfnril I ('nu nty, '
than twenty pounds and this small city or coun- apartment but the damage done to character that la stitto of I'Miiilda" In Chancery.
[ the porch which was screened and to taxation, to return the Dora 1"nrlwldN'o. 4
chant must pay one and one-half cents on each BLOOM ComplainantVM. 1
$
used us a sun room is estimated at ; .. to I the tax assessor on or be- .
Ktage charge. approximately two hundred dollars the first (Jay of April of each John Fiirbrlilice, 1 e
of the mail from the mail order house or the Oufvndant.' ; I
B The Is owned by
building
I It ,
a| by ntllitnvlt I appended
hant the government must pay for the handling !Mr. Halibttt, and at the time of the t&i1T } : =i N. 1) WAIN\ UlnIIT. to the I'\mr\: filed: In the above-ntut\ : ', I.
f:11
f pp .
:T- r ranoe that John KnrbrldKe./ the de.tnndnnt
;>f these thousands of pieces of mail at the officer fire was not covered by insurance t County assessor of taxes thci'Dln niiinnd In a non-

are deposited for mailing; the kovernment must !Mr. and Mrs. Babbitt and two children Shtl I!It: and r4n y itba1af g.'J ot.lT 1 :.( \tftl .------ i-i-Hidutit nl1 I Its Ntat of FI"rldlRnd
: {' fll"' u'rl, 'TtU" 1.011 he In .n resilient. of. II) Vernon Avunue .
m on railroad trains from which the government and Mrs. Babbitt's mother I'\11110". City of IMttBhurnh. I'nrinriylviin-, 1\
Mrs. Edwards, have moved Into I B0sJ! : Seeley Famous la and In over the age nf-twenly- 1 ''i
railroads ; when they arrive at destination the jazz with, one yonrej It. In therefore. onUrvd I I
the Bird apartments while repairsare "' In I.roly, > given! Hint the 1111l time sold
them in individual addresses t r, Gives Her Jazz is a l > l who wen oonvlctuil of liir- iiini-rwNldonf defendant be 'i
mst for storing < < Ix
pay mid hereby S
made their home. inquired to Fthe
being on of l> ..Mli' Amoral I ,, and HI-II- : ;: : 1rW" appear 1 }
om
Version cal world, it bill of rnmplalnt In
r the carriers for delivering them to the indivim An Informal ten was held Saturday I, modern lo nerve tlirew yea re In .Hlutn, ,..,.... or l>efi ro Monday' I he unlit Sib +1
In rircult, (Court nmctforil tiny allonegntl0a.>ii. A. n. IIIHH,
they are addressed. afternoon Feb. 11th, at Key- tinct Kiill Term of ollmrwlnothe
tie case of the same class of mail used by the mer- stone Inn for the women ot Key New York City-Only a musician enthusiastic ) ;:'I Court. Florida' ,II"tll the, llth; day :of: I Ink mi HK uunfomml of mtld by' 1 said bill "will...tend'LlII. he- ,'

j small cities and towns, practically all of it would stone Heights and those who are who has felt the rhythm of a song is on I i n ; lion'And of tli I:..shell Kfiunl upply|of: 'ViuiloiiH tn; the:,: It. In fiirtlior orrterofl hint this' }

ad- guests lit the Inn. Mrs. Marian great metropolitan center can I see each 11..1,,.M.....'. Florida; I for H nomll- der be published or \
which the liner week for
direct to the persons to pieces are interpret jazz, either in song or I a
turo the t'Il.aon.I
and Mrs. Eliz- four consecutive wonkH In the lirad- t +
ugh but the one post office, and the governmenthe Leland of Daytona, Cincinnati.{ music, as it should be interpreted.This poser's lmBT I IlHnmim.' ,, ford County. Telewrtiph, n new.Mi-, I .
of '
cost of rail transportation. Yet it proposes to abeth A. Walker entertained with two is the belief of Blossom "My pet I f-3-2. a tnte.pur:: published. In said County und ",.

jnail that involves these additional costs at two- Ohio readings.each At the close of the program I :fteeley: who in private life is of Cot the"It"In'.' "'* (1.1'\'111'1'1'' t"''\(1I.n \i"'I'>*'TIHUJ\'I': : This January( Mrs. Bennie Fields but who is :
which it will handle the mail that does ,
prge for a social hour was enjoyed : Clerk Circuit Court. ,1 t
known leas formally and more endearingly song \ nnnnrlal ..tlll"'I'nt of lly C. A. KNIUIIV I 4 1 ) ,
these additional costs. / (during which refreshments were ;] to her public as the "The ...... r-nuntjr for tlio month of (BB.AK ".putyourk. ,:
E7 the charge for handling thrid-class mail of twos served.Mr. "Jazz Queen of America." Blossom pour out of ... K'2N.' JOMSTB eM
for and Mrs. P. J. Munger, of Seeley has done for jazz in I trance cf a (riiri-nl I I..d" Solicitor for Complainant 1 4j
was one and one-half cents per piece, except I>no. J. 11127 Z<)H.IM 2-3-5t.S-L
and two ounces Greenville Pa., arrived In Keystone fong what I'aul Whiteman has ment store: during month __ JH.U
wenty pages or more weighing 7th done in music. As the foremostIIODJt' "Boyish during month ___ 21Ill! JVOTUI) )
Feb. ,
hick the charge was one cent and these one cente Heights; Tuesday interpreter of jazz she has two eyes, I''e I .Inn.. 1. l I1Z! 12MKlim I Y
to visit Mrs. Munger's parents ) nnil rnrfrlturc fraud Tn Circuit Court Tw..nty-.lx'h. .' ( a ,
a comparatively small percentage of the more J, A. Lawrence. Mr. an interesting theory of the true Funny isn't ( I.>BC.. J. IIIJ7( 1271'8"Inlt JiKllclnl' Circuit' Urndford Coun ty, '
lion of third-class mail handled by the Post Mr. and Mrs. nature of this modern music."I makes .. "" nionlh __ m'OfA Florida.Krudford. I y
pieces cud Mrs. M'nger will return northIn mused Bonny during month fion 4A ) County Hank. ,
iment. During 1927 the cost to the government say that only a musician who ] Jan. I. 1112M 30H.97 u uori>omrlon I"
panions.
April. has lived in and felt the pulse ofi llonil Fund Plslnliffvi i ;
each piece of third-class mail was 1.7950ap.!> Mr. and Mrs.! F. G. Cornish and a cosmopolitan city can truly in> Gilbert, all Pnc. 1. '11127 -_ :?''l* I t

one cent and eight mills. Of this per piece total, two( daughters and Mrs. Cornish'sbrother terpret jazz, because I believe popular song ..*during during month month ..n.. 1270 Lymiui J.O H.rent.Lawrence Chntlon, ft. Ilel.lerand ". 4 I

6-oximately four mills-was the cost per piece forJon the Ilev. 11. A. Woolfall. that Jazz is a melting pot of all that ( 1. 1112 .- .2517.40 T>of ndantM.TO ,! I ,
nat who lias .
1>nl fiinilliiic l-'nntl I.YMAN U. t'MHT: rifAHMOS tA'
C. left Key- music thrown the '
D. against
screen
and distribution in transit. of Washington ZJ,42 '
stand; hat ( > o J. 11137/ U. 1I1 I-If.IoJH.: r. II I.AWItl'INl'I'l/
Saturday to spend of a modern rhythm which, for .. __ __ ,
small fractione stone Heights ( ( during month ANI ALI OTHKJl l'// ItSO-tS: INTKItMMTKP '
ords it cost the government a very ." ninety-eight
West Palm Beach. lack of a better word, we call during month -.--- : : )
and a half cents to handle each piece'of third- several days at Jazz declares the sinjrer. "i'h! others, cunt .. t. II1U n.n You, nnd ach of you are her bynotirii'il I t
J. D.Renf..oe.
Walrath and .
Lawrence K. fur the girls "(37 1,1"M 1..1. I that the nlxivii styled milt {
'eighing two ounces or less, when there were no who are attending the Southern negro has, of course, about P..'. I. HIS7: 02S RH WHO Iliumutdil In the above styled )
Bon the third-class mail directly contributed much to jazz, but a crazy' .. daring, 1I10nlh. limit on I the 20th day. of January A. '1.I 1.
charges. That is, University at Gainesville spent careful analysis of the new music like' a ,," iliirlnir month 14000 II. 11)21) nnd I one post office and to the people in the vicinity the week-end with Mr. Walrath's will show strains of many other ot her Like I 1, I1UH\ 411(1.( ()15Agrlenlhrnl Httm-hinont. wan duly iKminil. therein \ t
I Fund and Jevloil' the sheriff I I of llrnilfonl l .
No by -
office. That is the character of the third-class mail patents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. "Wai- races and nationalities.! wouldn't n..". I. itm: fl3.0M I uounty. ,H'lorldn, on the 2r>th day 3 4.
the countrye Heights. you saw her .. iliirlnir mouth' __ 3.11 of Janiinry A. 1) IV'IH the fol- .
and upon
merchants of the smaller cities ruth of Keystone "The influence is traceAble i
f Spanish morrow? during month lowing d*.crlb...d real .1"1. In, .il
Earl Titfia! ol Barnes Pa., and in almost nil good jazz. San swing of her 1 I. loan .. 410.19IHllMliiW llnirlforil! ciiiiiity.! Florida WIT I"I
of Sheffield. Pa., Francisco and New Orleans bothorlJinally hand 1'IIOI'KIITY .ClV ( ir.1'I:) ,
in the large cities- Leon B. Roberts, she for '
third-class mail originating pal" ) r, I (11127) .h-- 7.68 IHI.JoU
left Keystone Heights Sunday Spanish settlements, got during month _-_ .-- The Hnulh! half of H"ur"w..t( quar-
By-mail advertising of the mail order houses and for the north. have contributed more to jazz "Yes, she's I ntii ilurlnif! month tar of North nnt quarter, except the t

merchants-distributed over wide areas, the cost Feb Julius 12th IWatliews. of Keystone than any other American cities. ewe! just\ liI< County.1. inas 7.511 Northeast Wont! Flvo' arren quarter: The of West southeast half of i ',
of such Western and South p
of cent in Out Why Bennie February Ut, 1030. '
and
nment was better than one-quarter a per spent Sunday evening quarter the Northwest quarter ;
Heights ern centers where polyglot people There's nn of Florida, of HouthPiiHt quarter, all I
fthan the government received.is Gainesville.Mr mingle their smiles and their Get the swing certify I that the foreirolnir', Hectlfin. Two t2>, Township; "I'1t: 'i+
to these mail Stuart Stevens, of 1 of thn ltreipts.nd I War- ((9). South Hunna. Twenty two (22) '
proposed to cut the postage rates and Mrs. tears, their ambitions and their and Wolfe. l Issued iiiciilnut the funds of East + ,

i and big city merchants to a point where the !loss Winter Park, were In Keystone yearnings, have come most of our like a million pnnnty for th. month. of iMiorrcriTY OF I.VMAN n. PRRTTha Q% .5
Thursday as the foremost interpreters of jazz lIt2R, In true and crrfct. lo Norlhenut quartpr. of Northwnnt I
each over ; It What is it ,, l r
j than three quarters of a cent on piece Heights ) of hnowli,.. and h ''h.r. fiimrtnr of Hrctlon Twelvw (13)1
I Whiteman Art Hickman Max "
of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. iw- the; words? O W. AM"Klt\rAM, f
merchants of the guests The Wont half of Northwest quarter -
Anting the same reduction to the Mr. and Mrs. Stevens were Fisher and! George Olsen, all hail "The compo I Clark of the Circuit CovetRrndfnrd of Nnrthna5t, quarter; The nouthhalf t )%' 1 ('

Is and towns whose mailings cost the governmentof rence. to Houston Texas. from the West The Original Ion of the I i Ry **. A. KVIftMT.! l county.II r.. of Northeast. iiiprtr, and the '1
their way Ruction
on Dixie Land Jazz Band from the H..nlh..nllt inartpr' or Twentythrva -
a cent per piece less to handle. The following people are registered and while they Rfr ) ; The We'st half of the 1
of South. nearly right Went of Suction Twenty-four I
I direct DISCRIMINATION against the people Inn this week.Mr ;
at iveystone Blossom Seeley believes that tion ia 1.1:11114: 111':1'011'1' (24| Tha North half of the North
(cities and country towns, whose communities aelir F. II. Honeywell, MeadvITW Jazz Is.a real art, not to be confused been Fifth half of Northeast, quarter of North- I I
.. of rironlt unfit quarter of auction Twentysit26) :
maintaining of aIng Smith. Mead- of the riork'
prosperity and growth on the Pao; Miss Carrie J. .:. with syncopation or blues.. an avenue In and for Bradford ('""nty.I ( nil being In Township Kltfht ,1 n'
center it is direct DISCRIMINATION against vllle, Pa. ; Mrs. C. P. Woodring. --- on account of Taxes asee.s IK). South Hungn Twenty-two 22) 1'I
; Mo- MOW RICER: There Is the 1027.K. a.t. '
Miss Sara T. v nr i'
fits of these communities against whom would be New York City; I I w. IIAYKH: Tnx Collector You and each of you are herebyrr.gUIred .
meet the compe- Clurg, Meadvllle\ Pa.; Mrs. Rob- >. seriously J Coiintr l"r.pr | to appear" / na1d ciiuna nn '
New Rlver .Feb.
eavier sales cost in their effort to Jacksonville; 7.-We are .t"l0 Jnn.l I 11IZ8 12.121ItO! Monday! the 2ml. day of April, 1n"?
fc mail order houses and the large city merchantsssed ert Lee Hutchlnson. sorry to know that Mists Jewell\ County rnllortvd 28 flfl 1U2K./ and therein fall not or jiKltf- + tlmenu
and Mrs. 1'-:. G. Baxter. Gainesville due Fell I. 1928"..r 12,606.21t.urlrulturnl will ba entered airalnat' you. !I'
against these outside competitors ; it is a di- Mr. Baxter, Gainesville; Wiggins Is on the sick list thin Club. They It In ordered that thla notice baiml.lliilinil
and the ; Martha week blltwe all hope her a speedy boxes won't I dim .Inn. I, 1128 1272 RO In the Uradford County iN '
llMINATION against both the printer Prances' Lowe. Gainesville; Mr. / pollwrtpil: 2 110 'IVIi-irruph once a weok for Two ? (
ublisher smaller/ cities and towns whoM Daytona Beach; recovery. all the votes )". t. 1921 -_ 1209.HO monthft.WITNKSfl.
{ of these KIpp
and Mrs. E. Mr. Everett Renfroe has retui'n- It and nn .j
I for their prosperity upon the prosperity of the Mrs R. n. Knepp Daytona Beach; Hathaway ,. due Jan. 1, I'JiH: _. 78.8911.AI AdkInn, Judge l nil also O. W. Alderman 'l
Daytona Beach; ed home from a visit to South Flor the tally r ll..rtml 17901 Clerk, and the "..al of thin
ftnd the people of their communities. Mrs. N. B. Close, ida. enough to due ]0',..>. I t. 1"28 7M,71.6Htvl court at Htarke, HriulfoM county _
SUBSIDY mail order houses and the bigJmts }Hatty P. Buckner, Daytona Beach. to the "'lead arrived In Key Mr. Everette Johns was visiting the votes all ; duo Jan 1, lU2H 1272.Kt A. J.I.K 1926.O.
in that it proposes to render a service for Mrs G W. friends and relatives here Sunday. ty Democrat. pollpftml 1.59 W. AT.TlJlJRMAN
at less than stone Heights Friday, Feb. 10th :.: duo Fu; I b. 1. 192% :: 1209.32: Clerk Circuit Court. '
>rder houses and big city merchants City where she Among those who( attended ('nualy School A. ft. CnKWS '
Wd and charge the deficit up from New York church at New River Sunday were: duo. .Inn' I. 1925 2G.UO.1I: Attorney for ComPRln nt. y 1'
costs of that service
been spending several weeks Other ._pollnptpil _. .. B7.78 1.Z7.10t-3. II. (q
has a
Col. and Mrs. Floyd Green and
PAYERS of the nation. Lieutenant Whit- past year
her son
with \Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns
rep- children;
congressman State-
ngressman, and especially any Mead of the United that laying
district who would vote for that bill is field arid ton, George of Lake Butler, weather eye ::
country
I to the support of,,the people of such a district. lie navy. _to_a' _survey_made by Messrs. Reddish Anrrews. Iler- sought to We can charge your 8 HRS ;

ling to sacrifice not only the interest of the people According banks of Tam- mia Kelly were visitor to Brooker breeze. But

ected him but the best interests of the nation as a Peter now O. Knight have 48,000 the savings accounts Saturday night. 'friends ged along have, J STORAGE BATTERY In I '

Ise the best interests of 'the nation depend upon pa aggregate savings deposits Mr. Hermle Kelly was attending
with
his
kept
to business In Starke Friday.Mr. .
fly of all of the nation, and not upon the prosperity' of $21,000,000.Grading Norman Wiggins spent Fri And In an I

i alone. % I. tinue to Starke ''F ''
a'brancn line rail day afternoon in Starke attending.
gress wishes to paSa a law making one-cent pps- on and a half miles long to business But the real Garage

third-class mail there will be no great objection road three Yahola and ok .humpJ
le law applies equally to all. It does not cost the between a wide citrus ter. VIlsH Essie, were visitors to Lake public servant
which will open .. .
I any more to transport and distribute one thou- hitherto unaccessible by Butler Saturday afternoon.Mr. I and untiring -

fof mail mailed by one thousand different Persons, rail ritory., has been started' to extend and Mrs. It. J. Turner and I people. A -..:c --=--_ s'- .0.- '

to transport and distribute one thousand pieces of Into Howey-In-the-Hllls. children Saturday, were visitors afternoon.Mr. to. Sampson I II and ily chose a field of

[ by one person. White way lightIng I City I I nothing to do
pine Castle II. Heresy and son Jim, and R. DAVIS & CO.
.
ultry flock stand- Cedar Key Bids received for system Installed along front daughter, Mrs. J. P. Hammockwere self-praise i

entry gtarted In Gad8 hardsurfacingf portion of State of Craig block. Y. business visitors to Lake Butler Holmes Cou.
I AugusUnUOOOO new Saturday afternoon
Road 13 between! Wile and Cedar St.
reefers of atrawM KeKY. M. C. A. gymnasium under construction Mr. and Mr. Lester Johns and Fort Myers INSURANCE

from In operations here. children were visiting In Brooker probably be F t ,
here signals
In first Stark*-New to riddle I ;
.uary at main railway crossings Plant City-City up Sunday afternoon. aml Trail '

New filling Btatloni through. town.OrlandoWork. of January shipped $34,000 worthof Mr. Emery Johns has returned ac tehee river ESTABLISHED 1886

i West Remolds and on construction strawberries to Eastern mar- home from a visit to Tampa. Stuart-

l' street will be started kets. Messrs. Lawrence and Norman erecting new !
opened for of municipal airport
IndlantowII Grading! Jupiter Wiggins were called! } to the bednidecl tanks at cost STARKE FLA.

]oases an4 business .Immediately.> Ii Atea-.q14: tlfeater 4,4 ,!044 get'f ozd.red.l..ere; ar4 $1i peeeYea 1' belt cUter* MU J..w..U, la i ialg '.lIht, ( I I r .

Wfb Starke Monday. works. -
lino --
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Bradford County Telegraph POLITICAL

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t'iri' i Entered Second Class m .. ,. 4'l Lawtey, Feb. 17. Mrs. Cath- NIIKIIIFK
; a Published Weekly on Fridays and as I herehy Announce my candidacyfor
erine Teare entertained with a de- sheriff of Branrtford county subject -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida KAPTIHT to the action of the voters at the
lightful luncheon at, her home last primary of June Bth. If elected 1
K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and PublisherJ. promlxe the citizens of the county'
l 10(Rev. O. P. Raymond, pastor.) Friday In honor of Mrs. Florence efficient law enforcement, Impartially -

''i C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editor Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Watterson, who has been the at- port applied will be to one and all. Your sup- a
Sunday. W. MITCH e.DWAnDS 1 1I
+ *-- tractive guest of her brother, Rev I
: at 11 and 7:30
Worship a. m. : p.
( SUBSCRIPTION RATE m. J. V. Robinson The guests after I hereby announce myself a candidate ..
for re-election to the otllce
Yearly, $1).50; Six Months, 75c--Payable: in Advance The pastor will preach both an enjoyable luncheon hour of sheriff of Bradford county. If re- 141I
morning and evening. Last Sun spent tho afternoon sewing. Mrs elected I will. us In the past, spareno
Advertising Rates on Application pains In the full discharge of: thedues
day he was unable ou account of Teare's guests included: Mesdames of the olllce I earnestly solicit -
Illness to' supply either service. Watterson, A. A. Smith, J, II. the the voters In the, I

',, Lindy's home again. Rev. L.. W. Kickllter preached avery Moore, Chas DInkins, A. A. Harley ensuing primary! J. F.YPi Respectfully m nN I

/ --0 helpful sermon at the morn. and Mrs. Teare.Mesdames FOH STATH BHVtTOW I
log service, and the congregation A. A. Smith, T, J. To the Democratic Klecters: at
4 Did you get a Valentine? visited the other churches for eve- Terry Bennett and Miss Flarrle Fifteenth Senatorial District of
c Florida I respectfully' solicit your
o- ning worship.The terry spent Thursday In Jackson- support for nomination In June primary .

( t,,; When it's June in Miami, it's May in Starke. IJ. Y. P. U.. meets at 6:30p. ville.Mr. t as your State Senator' for Counties said- QUALITY HARDWA]
m. each Sunday. and Mrs. E. E: Burney and ftn'f, > :ndBradtord.JOIINaFOK ; ff'srdhe:
a Mrs. R. R. Thede
The mid-week service on Wednesday spent Thursdayin
The modern pest exercises an auto horn instead of the at 7:30: p. m. Jacksonville.Mrs. TAX COLLECTOR I ,

legs. Dennis Mosul y and son, of Having been urged I duly by my qualified friends I The foundation of any business must be '
f and feelingthat am
S SY r d lm'fIlODISTEnoch Clay Hill, were shopping In Law- 1 hereby announce myself a candidate I quality first. Quality is our first consifi
tey Wednesday.Rev. for Office of County Tax Collector on

1 i From now until June 5th could be called the friendly sea- ( Marvin Rooks, pastor.) J. V. Robinson and sister, HUbJect for to Bradford the Democratic County Primary Florida tion in making our purchases of hardJ:

( son. Sunday school Sunday morningat Mrs Florence Watterson, of Fort next June. W. E. TORODn. paints and farm supplies, and while in J
i 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman, Wayne, Ind., spent a couple of
first cost be
the
o supt.; cases may slightly higher <]
days in Dunnelloj, last week visit- I hereby announce myself' a randl- ,
L) The "juice" being turned out at the municipal plant is a Worship Sunday at 11:00 a. m., ing relatives and friends. of dlate Bradford for the County.office of Tax I solicit Collector, the user has the satisfaction of knowing than it

special brand of alternating-up and down. and 7:30,: p. m. Rev. O. S. Rob- Misses Louise and Guilda Marie support of the voters of the faithful County the owner of a nationally known,
erts, presiding elder ot the Jack- Thede went up to Jacksonville Fri- and If elected, promise the guaran
discharge of the duties of said of- article. This applies to all purchases.
o sonville District, will preach at day, where they attended the Gary ace -\iheii\ ,
I
m / Wonder if the new postoffice building for Starke will have the morning hour and at the close Ford dance review. Little Miss C, A. KNIGHT for a new piece of ware for the home or&

hold the third session of our Quar- Mildred Thede, their cousin, of COUNTY JIIJGH for modern farms. ,
day
than weak bulb in the ? equipment
light lobby
i
more one
,
t t terly Conference The pastor will Jacksonville, being one of the par- I hereby. announce that I will be a

o preach at the evening hour. ticipants. Mr. and Mrs.\ Thede of candidate County for Judge re-election of Bradford to tUp Coun-office

; Forget petty differences and vote for the men whom you Junior League Sunday afternoonat went up Sunday and accompaniedthe U I ,, Florida subject be held to June the Democratic 11th 1928.
to
2:30: o'clock young ladles home. Primary Your support will appreciated.GEO. Compare Quality fir ft and give price them
in }
honestly believe will do YOU the most good office. III-League Sunday afternoon at Mr and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and .IA. 'h ;

o .... 3:00: o'clock, young daughter, Glorlda, of Tampa TAX AlIIE110n.! .consideration.

I, + 'F ? ''Bradford'county had a $25 1i 000 shower Monday, and Senior League Sunday eve- spent the week-end in Lawtey I hereby I am a announce candidate to for the the publicthat office
ning at 6:45: o'clock. with Mrs. Mayo's parents, Mr. and !of Tax Assessor, subject to the will
: strawberries will to roll northward within few weeks.Florida's
begin .
i ; a Mid-Week service Wednesday Mrs. J. H. Moore. of the voters at the coming;, Democratic -

i o evening at 7:30: o'clock. Mrs\ Florence Watetrson of Ft June 6,Primary 1928. In asking election for to this be office held JONES HARDWARESTARKE

Wayne, Ind., who has been visitingher will say that I am thoroughly familiar
hunting season is now over, but Bradford strawberry rUKSIt\TKIUAV: with the duties pertalnliiB
brother, Rev J. V Robinson, thereto, and promise If elected, i I
farmers will still guard with shotguns their FLORIDA
y+ over berryys' will stay a few weeks In Daytona will discharge the duties of sold office ,
'i The Sunday school meets at 10a. In the same personaletnclentand
11 patches. m. Beach, before returning home. courteous manner that I have I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stolte of the collector's duties-and will be on
o At 11 o'clock, Dr. Tucker will' the Job when you come to make your I ____ _
Lansing, Michigan, and Daytona( trial, I will appreciate I. _
returns-Ulve me a
g Carl Taylor is now dispensing his wit and wisdom for the preach.At Beach, were visiting over the weekend It, and will show my appreciation -
7:30 m. Dr. Bullen will I earnestly
i ) Eustis Lake Region. His column is one of the best to be occupy :the p.pulpit. with Rev. J. V. Robinson at solicit your by my support.work.
the Methodist Mrs. Most Sincerely, E. W.IIAYES
"ip found in the state press. The Christian Endeavor Society parsonage. '
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is of Robinson.J ---
Stolte an aunt Mr
't meets at 6:45: p. m. Subject of the I hereby announce that I am a candidate -
o Endeavors Is, "Are the Teachingsof II. Carrodlne, Jr., wife and for reelection to the office of
Corn is so.scarce in some sections of Texas it is stated Jesus up to Date?'' Scripture baby of New York, have been vislt- county assessor Florida.. of taxes subject of Bradford to the

h that the farmers are making moonshine from acorns.-Times- Matt. VII-24-29. lug hIs parents, Dr. and Mrs:. J. H. wishes county of the voters at the comingprimary
solicit
3arrodiue a few days. Mr. Car- election and your
i # Y Union. Acorns make a good hog feed Avery. Prayer meeting, Wednesday I support. In asking; for re-election. I
night at 7:30.: The North Florida rodine Is connected with Keith do so on a record of courteous, efficient B
vaudeville and has been on the and helpful service to the
e 0 Presbytery will hold its spring session people of Bradford county, and
Playing bridge is getting to be a serious matter when a In the Presbyterian church, stage for a number of years., His should you that favor me, I helpful will continueto serviceI
brother Lee them same
accompanied give you
woman kills her partner for playing the wrong card. If looks commencing 17th.Chesley on. Tuesday at 7:30 p. back to New York have given. In the past. Very r.pecttuly. .-
m., April
; < I could kill there would be one or more casualties at each club Mra. E. E. Burney and children, N._D, RtAINWRIIiFiTMUPERINTFEIYII'UCTIOYUDLIC X11'

"session." Fogg of Bradford coun- spent Sunday In Jacksonville with : : iv-
ty, was transacting business mat- her parents, Elder and Mrs. II. V. 1
candidate for
In announcing as a '
a ters and renewing acquaintances in Skipper.A. reelection to the office of Superintendent -

,, I Had Captain Kidd been able to purchase a second-hand Gainesville this morning. Mr. Fogg A. Grlflls and a party of Bradford of county Public, I promise Instruction If re-of
j lives just across the Alachua coun- friends of Tampa, spent the week elected.' the same faithful performance
automobile all that
stuff about buried treasure would have
a ty line and says that Alachua end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the duties of this office andto

been "bunk.-Times-Union. Meaning he wouldn't have any county seems,, just as much like Enoch, Grlffls. ...ethe maintain welfare nt as' grat the ehUdrnn an Interest during In

4 surplus to bury after paying bills? home as does Bradford and that eX'tfou;years as I have; t In the
garage PILGRIM'Sl'BCiUIlt48 past. I hereby solicit you- vote.
'. fcf he never misses an opportunity to AT HAMl'TOV: I-I. B. WiliCINSI
o
visit us. lie called on Col. Evans

7 ? i The advertising merchant greases the wheels of commerce Halle at his office for a brief chat In the literary and religious hereby for the announce office of myself Superintendent a candidate
and is distinct while here.-(Gainesville Evening of Public Instruction of Bradford -
a advantage to the in which
community News, Tuesday. worlds, this year Is to be known as County, subject to the action of

4 he lives. The non-advertising merchant contributes very little I John Bunyan Year. In 1628 this the solicit primary your vote June and lit h.support I earnestly, ana If

to it; in fact, he is more likely to be a detriment than an Dr. Hathaway will be the next remarkable man was born in Els- elected I promise administration In return, of a fair the ,"
and
Bedford, Enp'and. ( and impartial (0'
tow, near
t advantage to his I Governor of Florida because he has affairs of the, office devoting my
lie contribute
community. to
antiquationand the 300th anniversary of his birth
and to the .
qualified himself for the duties of time energy .advancement''
.
backwardness. Publishers Is to be celebrated throughout the of the cause of I
Auxiliary. the office and the people know It.- Respectfully.
i i .0 Fort Myers Tropical news. world. A, J. OIUFFIS I More Tire Miles for Le
The American Bible and Tract

,t ; Reported that the local Woman's Club is threatening to he got in a hurry he could use one Society of New York Is promotingthe I hereby CLERK. announce: CIRCUIT to the COURT voters of i / ,

; go into politics. Better not. It is all right for the members of his toes for a stopper which gave program in this country, and Bradford for the County office that of Clerk I am of a Circuit candidate -

"' ; 4 the liquor a fine flavor and killed Is inviting the pastors of all Court. I shall be very grateful to Tire MoneyGoodyear
to enter individuals
politics but the club
as club should
; as a the germs. He was bound over to churches to aid In this great'enterprlse. everyone for their support and vote

P L keep out. The club needs the undivided,, support of the community the superior court, and his business Special emphasis will be. nt Tuesday the, primary, June election Bth. 1928.to be Having held on

t which has been suspended. Dah- laid the Immortal allegory. served the County In,Xhls capacity
4 it would lose by taking an active part in pollv upon already everyone Is familiar with my
I lonega (Ga.) ,Nugget.o "The Pilgrim's Progress a work and your' support will be all
+ tics. If the women wish'to participate actively in politics, book that one of our late presidents the more appreciated:; by me. I

4 they should organize a women's voters league outside and separate Berry shipments are continuingfrom was In the habit of reading promise continued O. W. ALDERMAN faithful service

a from the club and hold their meetings in the city hall.- the Galloway section, another once a year. There is but one DRPnF.8EIITATIVm: All-Weathers if want thelGoodyearbuilt
carload moving out last night, book In the world that has been I hereby announce to the public you
$ Punta Gorda Herald. And the same applies to churches or with New York as its destination.The translated into more languagesand that I am BredordCuntyubject i

any other civic organization depending on the public good berries brought between 76 dialects than this book, and to tative the will of of the voters at the com- : Pathfinders if you want:
will. and 85 rents a quart, and the ship that Is the Bible. ing Democratic Primary election to
held June 5th, 1928. In soliciting
I I ment last night contained 4,544 Dr. J, J. Bullen has been requested be your support I promise If elected,
o I quarts and netted the growers by the Bible Society to true and faithful service-give me a mum value for minimum cost. Goodyear Ed

Business men should read the article carried in this issue $3,860. Total receipts to date In present as many times as possiblethis such trial. that I will at try the to> expiration make my of record my
the Galloway market givenas his well known Illustrated term, will nay to me well done "
were you
year !
headed A
Subsidy and an Unfair Discrimination taken from faithful servant. Tube!
thou good and lar Heavy Tourist and Pathfinder
$30,574. The second carload of lecture on this allegory and Is ,
the Publishers Auxiliary and sent out by the National Edi- the week moved out of Galloway planning to do so as often as op- ,I earnestly solicit ;jour Bupl'Drt.BARNES,

torial,Association. Under the provisions of this bill it is pro Friday.-Lakeland Ledger. portunity given. match them all. We're' stocking them. .1
I hereby announce myself a can-
posed to subsidize tha mail order houses and the big city -o- The first lecture will be delivered didate for the office of Representative -
"The dawn is breakIng-goodbye, tonight Friday( ) in the Ma- In the next Legislature: and

merchants in their efforts'to secure more business in the sweet, sonic Hall, of, City Hall at Hampton confidently the Democratic: rely electors upon the of'Bradford! selling lots of them to Starke motorists'

smaller towns by giving them a cheaper rate of postage than "The early birds- have begun to : beginning at 7:30.: There will county
:1. L,
will be granted business houses of small towns. If object tweet, be 75 colored slides thrown upon _FRAZED
'Y' you 'The milkman's coming the the. screen, depicting Pilgrim on :'soricr.: TO DRHTOR AMI cnr.n- check tire costs carefully.Supreme .
t to the government assisting your mail order competitors, and neighbors curious'Klsa his journey to the Celestial ,City; rons

assisting them at loss take me an' go 'or Paw'll be furi and those who are privileged to( to'
a to away your business, inform .. NOTICE Is hereby given all
ous. see them will look upon what they Creditors Legatees distributes.
your senator and representative. Newspapers of smaller cities -Phlll Armstrong In T. U. many never have the opportunityto and all. persons having claims
against the Estate of Henrv Y.
and towns are fighting this particular section of the Griest Jax has no copyright Ihey've see again. Drown, deceased, are hereby required
bill, but it is the individual said it that way In every townwe've to present their claims duly au Service Statio
up tQ merchants to do their part. W. Thomas, who has thenticated. to the Honorable. dec.
been In.-Palm Deach In- Mr. George A. Oardiner, County Judge of Bradford -
\ dependent. been in Starke for several weeks
-oWe -- and hIs daughter, Miss Pauline year from or this date notice hereof will for be his held approval In NO. PHONE|
never knew how Time has Thomas, and a friend, Mlsa Mar bar thereof And all persons In- 2
.L ILh i fI' FROM H { PENS TI TIr 1 changed; this old world until we jory( Meade of Stetson Universityat ; I..Med: to the said. Henry to pay Y. Brown their

; : heard a couple of Milton women DeLand, came to Stuart this eve ::I ttet Administratrix: f :"I\'id\ the undersigned

i, the week at home. Mr.,
comparing dressed of forty years ning for This the 9th day of February, 1423HENRIETTA .
.
r ago with those of today. One of Thomas will return to,Starke with BROWN and
Pp -
---
Al Capone, Chicago's notorious tracts upon wiiich they are not able them consented to write out whatit his guests as far as DeLand Sunday 2-10- t4Administratrix.LAURA_WYNN HINTON, .

beer baron has been invited to ito I I pay taxes. More land sold for took to make an ordinary afternoon afternoon. Stuart Daily -- -- ,. ,
( leave Miami Bench. That city is taxes means land that is reasonable dress along about 18S7. News. I '1WLIsusa ,"i mIIIINhs. ,,,,4.1., .,A NIUIIIaii111liiiiaiii ii;..

following the example set by Los enough to suit the average man's It required 15 yards of wide silk a
J ''q Angeles and St. Peter burg._ pocketbook. And that's somethingwe 5 yards of skirt lining, 3 yards' of R. J. Glover, of New River, is r'

c r Starke Telegraph. Hardly. Allot need.- -Wauchula Advocate. horsehair cloth, to stiffen the not a rabbit farmer, yet the bun-

i our hotels and apartment --o--- skirt; 4 yards of silk for dust ruffle ,ales seem to think that he is, for

t rat houses are filled with tourists and II. E. L.( paragraph fan from 6 yards of velveteen akin they camp around his fields In u.
i
'''we're not complaining Miami Starke, contributes this one: binding 24 Inches of skirt belting, large numbers. Lately Mr. Glover I

k; *1 n, Beach Sun.About "Tight Skirt Tilly Is soon to be 1 the same of waist belting, 1 1-2 went to gather some of this "bY- II'

0- married. She will wed Old Tight I yards of sleeve lining, 12 inches of product" of his farming, and In

the,most dangerous cars Wad. He made his first wife sit buckrum, for collor stiffening, 4 one afternoon shot not less than I'l
r are the two-driver ones where the tight in the boat and came home dozen fancy buttons 1 card of 34 rabbits. The game was put In l

rot girl holds the steering wheel and tight every Saturday night. It was large hooks and eyes 2 cards of a gunny sack, which was well-fill
the boy holds the girl.-Tampa only by a tight squeeze she got one medium and 1 card of invisible ed and after the hunter had stag JACKSONVILLE, l-'LA.

{ Times. And then the coroner holds square meal a day. In these tight books and eyes, 5 spools of silk gered home under his load and "P'f'O\Vo.J.: U'fIIt 0aruett Bandl... Pose IJ-8OO4
'i the inquest.-Times-Union. After times Tilly need not promise her- thread, 3 spools of cotton thread, 4 left two or three rabbits In the Plant and Yards' Hennie .tre.,. Pauae a-SOOd

which the preacher holds the fu- self very much."-Times-Union. spools of buttonhole twists 2 kitchen for supper he put the bal-

A ', neral.Dade City Banner. Hold on, Wll say that union was almost her yards of feather boning for waist, ance In his car and started out on L

k boy I Madison Enterprise-Re metically sealed-Eustis Lake Re- 1 ;yard of small boning for collar, a rabbit presentation Journey. lIe UMB.ER

,, corder. gion. 1 bolt of seam binding, sighs the gave hIs friends what they could

j o -0- Milton Gazette. Today It takes use--from one to five rabbits each. ,

It you are one who camplalns A negro bootlegger In Atlanta four yards of narrow silk and two One who had a big family, received Framing, Siding, Sheathing Flooring Finish, Roofing. Shingles, Lathe, Brick' I.IA\
''
lw about high taxes the chances are did a prosperous business by wear- spools of silk thread. Yet no man ten. The next day the superstitious Cement Plaster, Doors
t, you ought to sell some of your ing shoes large enough to hold a on earth can figure why today's ones In the neighborhoodeach Window, Asphalt Shingles Asbestos SblnglH

_ holdings to your neighbors who are half pint bottle of liquor la each. dresses cost far more than thoseof rejoiced In a brand new rab OUR TRUCKS CAN DELIVER
_ not I DIRECT TO YOUR JOB
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1 ESTABLISHED IN 1879 Church Services .. Mrs. E. E. nursiey, Cor : Announcements

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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Lawtey Feb. 17.-Mrs. Catherine I hereby announce my candidacy OHETillHGiOW

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida IIAITIST Teare entertained with a delightful for sheriff to the action of Brandford of the voters county' at, subject the-

jt ..:.. luncheon at her home last primary of June 6th. If elected I
K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher --- promise the citizen of the county I II Ig
$ i oM(Rev. O. P, Raymond, pastor.) Friday in honor of Mrs. FlorencE!' efficient law enforcement. Impartially :

) j. C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editor Sunday school at 10 a. m. each Watterson, who has been the at- applied will be to appreciated one and all., Your support -

-- Sunday. tractive guest of her brother Rev W MITCH EDWARDSI '
Worship at 11 a. m. and 7: 30'p.. @lJ! 7:1
? c''l' SUBSCRIPTION KA1EYearly J. V.
Robinson.
m. The guests after hereby announce myself a.i nn< I
dldate re-election the Inca
for to
f., i ; $J.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advancer The pastor will preach both an enjoyable luncheon hour of sheriff of Hradford county If reelected I li-- IDa
I morning and evening. Last Sun spent the afternoon sewing. Mrs. I will us In the pant span 17
\ Advertising Rates on Application no pains In the full discharge of the I
day he was .unable on account of Teare's guests included: Mesdames duties of the oftice I earnestly solicit I
Illness to supply either service Watterson, A. A. Smith, J. II. the primary of the voters In the I I

,f Lindy's home again. Rev. L., W. Klckllter preached a Moore, Chas. Dinkins, A. A. Harley ensuing ,T yppPngQN RespectfullyW I I .

---0 very helpful sermon at the morn- and Mrs. Teare.Mesdames I
\ FOR STATI5 SENATOR ,
Valentine? Ing service, and the congregation A. A. Smith, T, J. To the Democratic iiecten at
Did get a I
p you visited the other churches for eve- Terry Bennett and Miss Florrie I Fifteenth Senatorial District of
Florida. I respectfully solicit your
o ning worship, terry spent Thursday In Jackson- support for nomination In June prl-

t 1 When it's June in Miami, it's May in Starke The B. Y. P. U.. meets at 6:30p. : viUe. mury nistrlct' as your which State embraces Senator the for counties said- QUALITY HARDWARE

0 m. each Sunday.The Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and of; Union- and Bradford..
mid-week service on Wednesday Mrs. R. n. Thede spent Thursday EVERETT M JOHNS,
The modern pest exercises an auto horn instead of the at 7:30: p. m. In Jacksonville FOil TAX COLLECTOR i ,

Mrs. Dennis Mosely and son, of Having been urged by my friends i The foundation of business
legs. any must! be
:MKTMOIHSTEnoch and feelingthat I am duly qualified b fan,
} Clay Hill, were shopping in Law- I hereby announce myself a candidate f
is
o' first. first
I i tey Wednesday.Rev. for omce of County Tax Collector on quality Quality our consider!

From now until June 5th could be called the friendly sea- ( Marvin Rooks, pastor.) J. V. Robinson and sister subject for to Bradford the Democratic County Primary Florida I tion in making our purchases of harchai,,

' Sunday school Sunday morningat Mrs Florence Watterson, of Fort next June. and farm supplies and while
son. W. E. TOnODn.I paints in
10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman, Wayne, Ind., spent a couple of SOt
-0 I cases the first cost may be slightly higher
in
supt.Worship days Dunnellon last week visiting I hereby announce myself' a candl- e!
11. The "juice" being turned out at the municipal plant is a Sunday at 11:00: a. m., relatives and friends. J t for the office of Tax Collectorof the I user has the satisfaction of knowing that he
I solicit
and Rev. 0. S. Roberts Bradford County.
special brand of alternating-up and down. 7:30 p. m. Misses Louise and Gullda Marie voters of the County, the owner of a nationally known
I presiding flder of .the Jack- Thede went up to Jacksonville Friday and PPefe:3: promise the faithful. I guarantharticle
a o sonville District, will preach at where they attended the Gary discharge(nee of the duties of said of- : This applies to all purchases---\\hetl:

Wonder if the new postoflice building for Starke will have the morning hour and at the close I Ford dance review. Little Miss C. A. KNIOHT. for a new piece of ware for the home or n'<

weak bulb in the ? hold the third session of our Quar- Mildred Thede, their cousin of COUNTY JUDGE: '
more than one light lobby equipment for modern day farms.
; lh terly Conference. The pastor will Jacksonville, being one of the par- I hereby announce that I will be a
o preach at the evening hour. candidate for re-election to the office
ticipants. Mr. and Mrs. Thede "
( of County Judge of Bradfor Forget petty differences and vote for the men whom you Junior League Sunday afternoonat went up Sunday and accompaniedthe Florida subject to the Democratic

d 11 honestly believe will do YOU the most good in office 2:30 o'clock.I11League Sunday. afternoon at Mr.young and ladles Mrs. home.C. Y. Mayo and Primary Your support to be will held. A.be June HIHNER'.ppr.clat..d.OEO. 6th 1928.. Compare quality first and give price these

I; o 3:00: o'clock. young daughter. Olorlda, of Tam- 1 TAX AIIIIIESlOR! consideration.

t Bradford county had a $25,000) shower Monday, and Senior League Sunday eve- pa, spent the week-end In Lawtey I hereby announce to the public
ning at 6:45: o'clock. that I am a candidate for the office I
strawberries will begin to roll northward within a few weeks. with 1lrs.Iayo's\ parents, Mr. and of Tax Assessor, subject to the will I
n Mid-Week service Wednesday \Mrs. J. II. \Moore of the voters at the coming Democratic -
k o evening at 7:30 o'clock.1'ItEt413YTEHl.tS. Primary election to be held
Mrs. Florence Watetrson of Ft. June 6, 1928. In asking for this olllce JONES HARDWARE
Florida's hunting season is now over, but Bradford strawberry : Wayne, Ind, who has been visitingher Mill say that I am thoroughly familiar I
with the duties pertaining
''r brother, Rev. J, V. Robinson, If .elected i
thereto, and promise
farmers will still guard with shotguns over their berry
duties of said of- I STARKE FLORIDA
; r ( The Sunday school meets at 10a. will stay a few weeks in Daytona flee will discharge In the same the personalefficientand ,
patches. Beach, before home.
returning courteous manner that I have I
o m.At 11 o'clock. Dr. Tucker will Mr. and \Mrs. Frank Stolte of he collector's duties-and will be on II
b the job when you come to make your I
preach.At Lansing, Michigan and Daytona returns-CHve me a trial I will ap- -- -
his
+ Carl Taylor] is now dispensing wit and wisdom for the
will show appre-
It and
Beach my
Y ? 7:30 Dr. Bullen will were visiting over the weekend vreclate
His column is of the best be : p. m. elation by my work. I earn..stlysolicit .
Eustis Lake Region. one to occupy the pulpit. with Rev. J, V. Robinson at your support.

*1 found in the state press i The Christian Endeavor Society the Methodist parsonage. Mrs. Most Sincerely :w. VT. HAYF.SI .
----- --- --- --- -----
F of the Stolte is an aunt of Mr. Robinson.J. -
meets at 6:45 m. Subject
o p. hereby announce that I am a candidate -
Endeavors is, "Are the Teachingsof II. Carrodlne, Jr., wife and for reelection to the office of
Corn is in sections of Texas it is stated of taxes of Bradford
sOscarce some Jesus to Date?'' Scripture baby of New York, have been visit county assessor
up Florida, subject to the
j a that the farmers are making moonshine from acorns.-Times- Matt. VII2429. ing his parents, Dr. and Mrs.. J. II. county wishes of the voters at the coming
Carrodlne a few days. Mr. Car- primary election, and solicit your
Union. Acorns make a good hog feed, Avery.o Prayer meeting Wednesday upport. In asking for re-election Ido
rodlne is connected with Keith
efficient -
night at 7:30.: The North Florida so on a record of courteous
,, r o will hold its vaudeville and has been on the and helpful service to the .
Presbytery spring session people of Bradford county, and
Playing bridge is getting to be a serious matter when a in the Presbyterian church, I stage for a number of years. Ills hould you favor me I will continueto
1 brother, Lee, accompanied them give you that same helpful service
woman kills her partner for playing the wrong card. If looks commencing on Tuesday at 7:30 p. 1 back to New York. .I. have given. In the past. Very repectfuly. -
m., April 17th.
i, could kill there would be one or more casualties at each club Mrs. E. E. Burney and children N. D. 3VAINWRTGHTSCPEItiNTFVDFNT I

"session." ChesiEyFogg; of Bradford coun- spent Sunday In Jacksonville with PUBLIC IN- 4 im

ty, was transacting business matters her parents Elder! and Mrs. II. V HlltlfllO'V:
In announcing as a candidate. for M'w / j
o 1 f
and renewing acquaintances In Skipper.A. .
reelection to the office of Superintendent -
f Had Captain Kidd been able to purchase a second-hand Gainesville this morning. Mr. Fogg A. GrIffis and a party of of Public Instruction of $
I promise if re-<
lives just across the Alachua coun- friends of Tampa, spent the week Bradford county .
faithful performance
automobile, all that stuff about a buried treasure would have elected. the same
ty line and says that Alachua end with his parents, Mr. and \Mm. of the duties of this office ando

been "bunk."-Times-Union. Meaning he wouldn't have any county seems, just aa much like Enoch Grime.PILGIHM'S he maintain welfare of as rat the children an Interest during In \ 4Al

surplus to bury after paying garage bills? home as does Bradford and that the next four years as I hive: In the
rmxjimss solicit I vote
: ; past. I hereby you
he mIsses to
never an opportunity H. 13. WIUUINSI
o \T IIAMPTOVIn :
s visit us. He called on Col. Evans a
r ear : The advertising merchant greases the wheels of com- Elalle at his olllce for a brief chat hereby announce myself a candidate :
the literary and religious for the office of Superintendent -
., merce and is a distinct advantage to the community in whichhe while here.-Gainesville, Evening of Public Instruction of Bradford -
to be known
News Tuesday worlds, this year is as County, subject to the action ofthe
lives. The non-advertising merchant contributes very lit- e John Bunyan Year. In 1628 this primary June 6th. I earnestly .
solicit your vote and support, and If _0_ _
tle to it; in fact, he is more likely to be a detriment than ant Dr. Hathaway will be the next remarkable man was born in Els- elected I promise 'In return, a fair <
tow, near Bedford, England, and and impartial. administration. I of theaffairs ,.>
advantage to his community. He contribute to antiquation Governor of Florida because he has of his birth of the ofHoo devoting my
,. qualified himself for the duties of the 300th anniversary time and energy to the advancementof
roe and backwardness.-Publishers celebrated throughout the the of education. I
r4 Auxiliary. Is to be : cause
lie office and the know It.- .
people RespectfullY.A. .
4) i 4 o Fort Myers Tropical ews. world.The American Bible and Tract J. ORIFFI f More Tire Miles for Less

Reported that the local Woman's Club is threatening togo CI.F.HK cincriT COURT I
he got In a hurry he could use one Society of New York is promotingthe I hereby announce to the voters of
qc into politics. Better not. It is all right for the members of his toes for a stopper which gave program In this country, and Bradford County, that I am a Circuit candidate -
for the office of Clerk of
the liquor a fine flavor and killed la Inviting the pastors of all shall be grateful to Tire
to enter politics as individuals, but the club as a club should Court. I very MoneyGoodyear
\l the germs. He was bound over to churches to aid in this great'enterprlse. everyone for their support and vote
keep out. The club needs the undivided support of the will be 'at the primary election to be held on
community the superior court, and his business Special emphasis 1 Tuesday. June Sth. 1928. Having

,1 which it would lose by taking an active part in politics has been suspended-Dah- laid upon the Immortal allegory served the County Is familiar In this with capacity my

4 If the women wish to participate actively in politics, lonega (Ga.) Nugget "The Pilgrim's Progress," a already work and everyone Yc:appreciated; will be althe
h' i -o- book that one of our late presidents more by me. I
r they should organize women's voters league outside and separate Berry shipments are continuing was In the habit of reading promise continued O. W. ALDERMAN faithful .service.

a, from the club and hold their meetings in the city hall.- i from the Galloway section, another once a year. There is but one All-Weathers if want the btGoodyearbuilt -
FOR UF.PUEIEIITATIV1!! :
carload out last night that has been you
mqvlng book In the world
to the public
I hereby announce
Punta Gorda Herald. And the to
same applies churches
t or with New York as its destination.The translated into more languagesand that I am a candidate for Representative -
I:' any other civic organization depending the berries brought between 75 this book and of Bradford County, subject
i't' on public goodwill dialects than to the will of the voters at the comIng Pathfinders if you want ma
and 85 cents a quart, and the shipment I that is the Bible. Democratic Primary election to

,. tl last night contained 4,544 Dr. J. J. Bullen has been re- be held support June 6th I,promise 1928. In If solicitingyour elected

o quarts and netted the growers quested by the Bible Society to true and faithful .rvl..e-Iflve me a. mum value for minimum cost. Goodyear Re;

Business men should read the article carried in this issue 3860. Total receipts to date In present as many times aa possiblethis such trial, that I will at try the to expiration make my of record my

''J4 headed "A Subsidy and an Unfair Discrimination taken from the Galloway market were gIvenas year his well known illustrated term, you will say. to me well done *
thou good and faithful servant.I lar Heavy Tourist and Pathfinder Tubes
$30,574. The second carload of lecture on this allegory and Is ,
the Publishers Auxiliary and sent out by the National Editorial the week moved out of Galloway planning to do so as often as op- earnestly solicit your J. T. support BARNES,

] Association. Under the provisions of this bill it is pro- Friday.-Lakeland Ledger portunity ta given. I match them all. We're stocking them. A
I hereby announce myself a candidate
posed to subsidize the mail order houses and the big city -o- The first lecture will be delivered for the nltlce of Representative -
"The dawn Is breakIng-goodbye, tonight .(Friday) In the Masonic In the next Legislature, and
rt merchants in their efforts "to secure more business in the sweet, Hall, of City Hall, at Hampton confidently the Democratic rely electors upon the of support BradfordNOTICH of selling lots of them to Starke motorists r

j smaller towns by giving them a cheaper rate of postage than "The early birds. have begun to beginning at 7: 30. There will county.

will be granted business!! houses of small towns. If tweet, be 75 colored slides thrown upon :1. I,_FRA2EE
f1, you objectto .
check tire
'The milkman's coming the costs
till screen, depicting Pilgrim on : TO JF.IITOn"iO: CltRDi carefully.
the government assisting your mail order competitors, and neighbors curious his journey to the Celestial ,City; 'roii s

?, them at loss "Kiss me an' go 'or Paw'll be furi privileged to '
assisting a to take away your business, inform and those who are NOTICE Is hereby given to all
I C senator and ous. gee them will look upon what they Creditors, Legatees, distributes.
your representative. Newspapers of smaller cities .
-Phlll) Armstrong In T. U. never have the opportunityto and all persons havclaims
and towns are fighting this particular section of the Griest Jax has no copyright. They've many see again. against Brown deceased the Estate are of hereby Henrv required Y.

bill, but it is up tQ the individual merchants to do their part said it that way In every townwe've :. who has to present. to their the claims Honorable duly..u.thentl..nt..d. Qeo.. Supreme Service Static
W. Thomas,
i been In.Palm Beach Independent Mr George A. Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford -
been In Starke for several weeks County Florida, within one
Miss Pauline year from Mate(. hereof for his approval
-p- and his daughter or this notice will be held in NO. 2 PHONE
We never knew how Time has Thomas, and a friend Miss Mar- tar: thereof. And all persons Inihted -

I' FROM OTHER PENSI: changed this old world until we jory Meade of Stetson Universityat Restate to are the requested said. Henry to pay T. Brown

heard & couple of Milton women DeLand came to Stuart this eve- said debts forthwith to the their I

'. I comparing dresses of forty years ning for the week at home. Mr. signed This the Administratrix 9th day of February, I
ago with those of today. One of Thomas will return to Starke with HENRIETTA BROWN and

Al Capone Chicago's notorious tracts upon which they are not able them consented to write out whatIt his guests as far as DeLand Sunday t-10- t4Artmlnlntrntrlx LAURA WYNN HINTON. I

a beer baron, has been invited to 'Ito pay taxes. More land sold for took to make an ordinary af- afternoon. Stuart Dally __ ------
leave Miami Beach. That city Is taxes means land that is reasonable ternoon dress along about 1887. 'News. 'aieusuaeea5a. ..

$ following the example net by Los enough to suit the average man's It required 15 yards of wide silk ,,.

,, c1 Angeles and St. Petersburg "pocketbook. And that's somethingwe 5 yards of skirt lining, 3 yards of R. J. Glover, of New River, Is

Y Starke Telegraph Hardly. All need.-Wauchula Advocate. horsehair cloth, to stiffen the not a rabbit farmer, yet the bun-

of our hotels and apartment -o-- skirt: 4 yards of silk for dust ruf- nies seem to think that he Is, for
k! it\ e houses are filled with tourists andy It E. L.( paragraph fan from tie: I S yards of velveteen skirt they camp around his fields in
'
y we're not complaining Miami Starke, contributes this one: binding, 24 Inches of skirt belting large numbers. Lately Mr. Glover

:y h'l y .1 Beach Sun. "Tight Skirt Tilly ia soon to be the same of waist belting, 1 1.3 went to gather some of this "by-

: p married. She will wed Old TightWad yards of sleeve lining. 12 inches of product" of his farming, and in

About the moat dangerous cars He made his first wife sit buckrum, for collar stiffening, 4 one afternoon shot not less than 1 I.I I..
I I.l
_ are the two-driver ones where the tlfcht In the boat and came home dozen fancy buttons, 1 card of 34 rabbits. The game was put in

girl holds the steering wheel and tight every Saturday night. It was large hooks and eyes, 2 cards of a gunny sack, which was wellfilled -!

'b. t the boy holds the girl.-Tampa only by a tight squeeze aha got one medium and 1 card of Invisible and after the hunter had staggered I JACKSONVILLE FLu\.

Times. And then the coroner holds square meal a day. In these tight looks and eyes C spools of silk home under bin load, and i I-TOWV Iraq Beret Balldlag. p.... o-soo4
the inquest. -Times-Union. After times Tilly need not promise her thread, 3 spools of cotton thread, 4 left two or three rabbits in the Plant aed yardet lieiiaU street. fku.. s-tMMM

which the preacher holds the fu- self very much."-Times-Union. spools of buttonhole twists, 2 kitchen for supper, he put the bal- I

neral.Dade City Banner Hold on, "'Illlay that union was almost her- yards of feather boning for waist, ance in his car and started out on

boys! Madison Enterprise-Re metically sealed.-Eustis Lake Re- 1 I yard of small boning for collar, a rabbit presentation journey. lIe .-. LUMBER

a corder. gion. 1 L bolt of seam binding, sighs the gave hIs friends what they could

o !Milton Gazette. Today it takes use-from one to five rabbits each. ,
; 6 It you are one who camplalns A bootlegger Atlantadid four yards of narrow silk and two One, who had a big family, recelY- Framing Siding, Sheathing Flooring, Flnlh, Rotting ShlnglM, Lathe, Brick Lime
about high taxes, the chances
I I r are a prosperous business by wear- pools of silk thread. Yet no man ed ten. The next day the superstitious Cement
you ought to sell some of your ing shoes large enough to hold a on earth can figure why today's ones In the neighborhoodeach Plaster Doors \VfndOWIlIpbalt Shingles, Asbestos Shingle,

; holdings to your neighbors who are half pint bottle of liquor in each. tresses cost far more than those rejoiced in a brand new rab OUR TRUCKS CAN DELIVER DIRECT TO
YOUR JOB
not so fortunate as to own large It
y was very convenient, because If of forty years ago,.-Times-Union. 1 bit's foot. .... .. llllllld.-. .-
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