Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02321
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ITJSTRIAL SURVEY OF 1j 1 Opening' Shands I| Income TaxReturn Hathaway Ends I' Grosvenor Da\\; Shows '

ORIDA NEARS FINISH; I!I Bridge Planned!: Laws South Fla. Tour Florida Is I ndustrially ;' (

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i\rry: JulxriimoHnl Are Explained I Tampa, Feb. 20.-Ending what i
'aiili.lit( > In- r'
RCH THIRD LAST VISIT !I tiled Attend :\1 ln'h 1 Ith. proved to be a most satisfactory I' Sound With Investors

IlorMaim Mu..t Vile Itopoita toOflloo tour of the lower south Florida'

I St. Augustine. Fob. 18.-Personal JmttHonvlUe. I
haESEi3. Fla., Feb. 18.-The counties, extending from count to :MllUoiiM lU-lnir SM-nt| In ,Hot Hy

,.'.il survey of Florida the state which de- COMMUNITY\ II i Invitations by County have Manager been dispatched c.1'' With only 27 days remaining in 'roust tile state, Fons voted Hathaway department, chairman, and of( Road Work West I II I (CtituinlcMliii Into. Futility... of.\1'
conducted by PLAYERS ATKEYSTONE ,Samuel Jolinsou general chairman which to file Income tax ref ns candidate for Governor In the coming I Starke Resumed ;

,it t ""t agriculture by author- before they become subject to i PE'n-1' primary election, left here
of the St. Johns and Clay county. I ISpoclal. i At the public meeting held last "
la Monday! night the Suwannea __ ,
legislature now en
19127:! t'ourt,1
in I committee on the celebration ot ally Peter H. M.ller of Jacksonville ; via" '' Thursday ofternon at the
far as car- Lake City, for Talla- After a lapse of several weeks I'
completion, as the Shands bridge, to every political : collector of internal revenue 11aSlIl'e to open bids Tuesday on work on completing" the grade of house, where Orosvenor Dnwe engaged '
work to the lull of called
filie 'urvey for the district Florida, -
The Community Theatre aspirant and gubernatorial four projects to cost approximately In compiling the resourcesof ;
Players to' state road 28 west of Starke and
I .unities la concerned.h I the attention of tax payers '$7110,000 The work will be In the state under authority of the I 1 4
of New didate to be ,
York present the
City will
I on speak
requirements of the revenue act otj through the town was again started
completion olIts CrUde Palm Bench and Clay counties.
will see I *
| t I
1: "His Honor er's stand at the this 192T: session 01 the legislature, Im-
Abe Potash" at the giant barbecue 1926, which governs yevayments. Monday, while work on I projects

ic< the counties by Gros- Florida Chautauqua, Keyst t one 'I:to be staged at the bridge head on I' Before his departure Chalrn1alhaway south of Starko, slmlllury delayed presHud his hearers of his faith In +

IIWI and Forrest Johnson I Heights on Thursday evening Feb that day and to address( the as- In a bulletin broadcast today, declared that be hall ', was taken up last week. Although the state Ills statement of fact

hll6se who are In immed- II sembled Mr. Miller states that Income tax':'conferred with many boards of also brought out that Florida lamar l
23rd. I crowds. II j In' has
returns are required to be died the state! not accepted ,
of the survey, accord- county commissioners and delivered tl
lrg from being In the bad
The Philharmonic Society of Extensive preparations have already the office of the collector at Jack-1 number of speeches In be- any of the grading In this county, i shape
L report just made by Cornier 1 I a I so freely!' attributed to It ;
Gainesville appears in concert on been outlined and food enough sonvllle. and Inquiries\ and requests molt of his candlacy for Governor; seven miles are ready( for final InBpocllon following

of Agriculture Nathan Friday at 8:00: p. m. I has been ordered to care for { for Information should be' that everywhere he went he found and acceptance, It was the collapse of the real estate bub- \ l1
( I Ia directed to that bfllre. I bio, and that It la jr
steadily forging
I that
I The assembly sermon will be crowd of 7,500 to 10,000 people I the people to be of the opinion Stated IVednesdny.Excavating I
23 to February of Law ahead the
January I IJ Hpllllh'C'lIIt'nts four will bo cru- on solid foundation ot i
preached Sunday, Feb. 26th, at the coming years I
covered In at the Jubilee. Invitations will to file Income on Madison street Its ,
counties were I l Persons required of the state's'progress unlimited resources.Mr. .
3:00 by the Rev Benjamin1R. clal in the history .
: m.,
i p be I Igross was started 1 Tuesday, a tractor c and {
soon dispatched to all a1
county those having .
St. Johns Dave who Is
\ey Putnam, Keystone tax returns are and prosperity. He usser- nationally ,
Weld the '
Seminole Lake pastor .and city officials in northeast Florlldu. for the taxable grader; being used to excavate: the known q ? '
Volusla, I Income year that and women generally as an expert In the Rntt.ering
Heights Community church I I ted men and it at'
,, St Lucie, Indian River | Mr. Royal Dixon continues his of $5,000 or over, regardless ot] will exercise care f in the election surplus material placing to', of BtutlnlU'B, Is being assisted lr ,

,vard, Tile survey at I that course of lectures and in-door m and I I Dr. Fons A. Hathaway, chairman the amount of his net Income; I i of their public olllclals, ap.1[ the Bide of the street. In order I In the work by P'orrest Johnson k d ,
avoid! walling for several!' months
''- of the state road departmentand net Income for the and he
extent to i
progressed to the those having a what the next tour expects complete hU
R.ul that
classes In Nature ills
out-of-door Study predating
until t the rock base in placed on the
bad been fully explained candidate for governor, has ac- : taxable year of $3COO or over, it; of work of gathering facts about +
"Birds of the holds in the way progressamllJrOSpel'lty
Tuesday 8:00: p. m., years effort
invitation to deliver i the husband' street, !jt Is understood an )
cepted an
coast county in the state married and living with depends much upon 1 Florida March 3rd. The greater ti
.World. Thursday 2:30: m. "Per-1 strtiut'
p. I II have the
bo mad to
Escambla. \ formal dedication address for I the wife and Individual having will portion of his material I Is
jiasau around to of 8.00p. .or every the ability and! experience of I the alreadyassembled
Insects. Friday
I isonality 2-mlle and will also be of paved with concrete This proposal .t
one taxable
) In his latest report, span a net income for the ready for. publication i ,
awe m., "Pensonallty of Water Ani- public officers. | has been to the stoat ate I '
rlzed briefly what he and \the gubernatorial speakers. Mr. year of $1,600 or over It singleor The road department chair declares put up and IhcHQ books will be distributed N ,
had found in the ten mals. S Johnson said this morning, "we are it married and not living with I the department but no action I has by May 1st. ;
neon 1st at his. Intention of joining(
Thursday eveningMarch 4 ,
l planning to put on the largest wife. I yet been taken.Alligator. For tho benefit of readers -
| s visited between January 8:00:. o'clock the Music Teach rs'l i !husband or Jacksonville to Key West Motorcade our ,
free barbecue ever attempted In ; and
Mr. Johnson
February 12.outstanding 'Association Jacksonville I All corporations partnerships which starts from Jackse furnished the Telegraph *
features ofPut- appears the South and have left no stone are required to file returns' villa Feb. 22, somewhere down the Canal with a short summary ot i iIIIr. z

unty. he said were the large in concert. unturned in our efforts to make1 regardless ot the amount of Income'or East Coast proceeding from the Dnwe'H speech, which briefly

ment of the kaolin indus- I, the occasion afford the crowds. a the amount of business point of joining\ by motor to the To Be Extended' tell the main point ho brought. '

\anced methods of cypress Time Limit On never-to-be-forgotten. Jubilee.' acted.. trav.s-\I\ tip of the mainland and thence to out In his address to citizens and

Extension 1't"nnlt.tt"tl high school students Thursday afternoon r
iturlng and the superior TRUHY ERNIE: DYAL ( to Key West. Engineer; llarnaberger, In charge a
rendered I Bonus ExtendedAccording The collector of Internal reve-i week, Mr. Hathaway :
ransportatlon pos- During the past ot t the construction work on state I '
nue Is authorized to grant extensions I Ft. i "Mr. Dawe began/ by stating that p
the St. Johns river. death visited Dania, Pompano this
On Friday, February 17th, ] road 28, has a crew employed
:. Johns! county, the steady to a telegram from claimed Truby Ernie Dyal, after! of time tot filing returns Lauderdale, Lake Worth Palm week making a survey of an extension the department of agriculture t #
', in of absence, sickness could only set aside $I 15,000 for 1 t
e of the potato Industry in Hon. R. A. Green the house of representatives ari illness of tour weeks with Income cases) to'' Beach, Sebring, Wauchula, ArcadIa of Allgator creak to Rowell +
stings district and in por- has passed the bill e extending ']pneumonia. or inability to secure data Puata Gorda Venice and Noko- lake, a distance of approximately the work In which he was engaged

Flagler and Putnam, coun- the time in I make a correct return. Apppllca-l Sarasota, Bradenton and other canal which I III to visit every county ;
: for two years He was born November 16th!I mls, three miles. Thin creek
tlon for such extension must be m received lit I the state and compile an industrial )
soils of the same type as at which veterans may apply for bonus j 1927, and was the son of Mr. andMrs. points. takelll'are of the drainage ot a considerable '
1 before I (
by the collector on or survey of the entire area, ,
the great expansion in The measure, ot Starke) ,
rs; certificates. Trumean D. Dyal, of Brooker territory east i
I which the return | i fKE SHOT WHILEHUNTINU ; and also to a tothe f a
lines of the date on H. ,I> carry message
along and
ustlne territory Chairman Green state roads 13, 28
by Fla. and drains
sponsored j \ '
March 15th. The appll- WITH 111.11)1)1crldeat pooplo of what was going on ,
ex-1 is due, or .
utlful residential property committee, removed flood waters have -
the ways and means The deceased was 48. For years |IdOllo .
also must state specifically, I now, and what was going( to happen 1 ,4
ed, and the influence of I the tend the time limit for filing applications Riverside hospital, Jackson'VUle.l!ration .. considerable damage to rOIl for the request and an Ht l>H'tor'H Inlet Litreales In Florida, He said that the
Johns I II ) the reasons ,\
bridge across the St. to January 2, 1930. | for an operation to save his life' If I crops on account of the slowness l 11 '
extension will be granted only Ann and 1""t'C" I ttlate had been shocked by the
i opening up the northern vetereans and their before this operation of the rainfall In draining off,
"World war but expired
i to 18-II. {
the explanation la satisfactory Green Cove Spring, Feb. boom and the slump and that this
of the county to automovel. interested in to a'short
dependents will be could be performed. | the canal only being/ open
'collector. D. Duke, state engineer In charge was largely a state of mind; that
bill has passed directionot went of where road
this the distance
that under
knowing | The body
Invites dt the highways; to tho amount of $300,000- .
particularly construction capital I.
Miller ;
Mr. ct the
Flagler county, from I the Representative Green wired, "andin the Seashole Funeral Parlors) ) the 13 I crosses Month, of town.
to requirements built by Into Florida from
the attention ot employers and bridges being/ 000 had come
rot of automobile travel, I the favorable action on' the bereaved parents With the straightening and opening I a'
by a'
opinion Jacksonville |
my form met with of railroad
in regard to filing state In Clay county, 1923! to 1927! consisting
rent highway, completed) by the bill by the senate may reasonably and Elders Schaffer and Butler ot when of a watercourse to Howell
reporting payments accident last Tuesday electrification, telephone, t'ghwny
No. serious
tlon( of districts In Voluslaglor | hacking ot the watersIn
be expected. of Jacksonville. lake up I
commissions, etc. and left arm were badly and population estimates
counties, stand out as that approximately held salary, wages, 111* fare canul will he eliminated.TO '
estimated services were Slm1day tho '
It Is Funeral filedfor of ashot connection ,
I These forms should not be lacerated !by the discharge !Mr. Dawn suld that In y
I feature. Dairying, agrl- veterans, whose applications 3 at Santa.I I ---- -*
half million afternoon at p. m. I
a before a person who is known to be j gun while hunting i IlIoiTIUnt"fIol: i Nl irtv: 1l1oi.: with his work he had visited Atlanta.
brick making and poultry not received Elders Schatfer
forward were Fe cemetery with married unless the payment exceeds In company with W. L. Woods IS.-'.,:c.r.\N'I' FOR JSKKDS; : Birmingham, Wilmington.

meats are moving the time limit expired, or were returned and Butler ot the Church of Christ Frank ,
will benefit $3,500. Payments of lessthan of) Green Cove Springs and I Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia ,
because of defects, ot Lated Day Saints officiating., $1,500 should not bo reportedon T. Huntley of Doctor's Inlet Mr.Duko Corpenlng's Drug Store will act New York, Hartford and Bos- !
Volusla county on the ocean extension. deceased
[ormond Beach, Daytona under this Besides) his parents the and two that form In any case. went quail hunting near as distributors for Dlpdust, u re-1 i tn-had( neon the big Investors F), ; 4
-' .Y Is survived by two sisters I Doctor's Inlet and upon coining disinfectant for and hud( put this question to them: j'
\ markable mercury
!New Smyrna, and the t 1mi INCOMKTAX: namely: Mrs J. F. Ellebree thoKun I Itreating
brothers, ot 11'101'1.111.1'
discharge kinds against | 'Why are you Inventing -
WEDNESDAY; covey of all '
IIEHE: ; Purchases upon a sued
i ante of the New Smyrnafor and Marie Dyal Leo and City struck'Duke I ,
were held In Wood's hands disease, and a quantity of the ma-i The Invariable reply was: aecause

shrimp Industry the The Telegraph has been advised Lloyd Dyal. Fire TruclContract full In the face at a distance. tertal ban been nee n red. Aside I' there Is a great future V d
of New
On the river side unlver-, that a deputy colector of the l In-j; |I Mong those attending the funeral of about thirty feet. | from the low cost of the trelltmt'nt,1the I''in Florida.' tie stated that the '
DeLand, Stetson from out of town were: Mr.'and I Infront '
service will be In I His left arm. which ho flung Increased yields secured from Southern Boll Telephone company
,I Orange City were visited, ternal revenue I' Kirkland ,..elandDukea
he fiber I In- Starke next Wednesday, February Mrs. Edwara: was signed Tuesday between I of his face, was lacerated by Its use Is said to be remarkable. ToaMKIKt I Is now working out the estimates

1 large palmetto 29th, for the purpose of assisting Mr. Leon Huff, Messrs. the City of Starke and the I IAmerican |a score or more bullets while hisi in treating the seed, Mr, ''ot tho future population of the

inspected. in filing current income Parker and Jenkins all of Jacksonville LaFrance Fire Engine forehead and scalp were torn and will have a machine for state and has approximately arrived r

JKemlnole county, special at- taxpayers Mr. and Mrs. Bert Britt ot for the purchase of their i I bullets embeded themselves Corpenlng seed in large quantities, at the conclusion that the k
i was paid to the celery I In-i tax returns. Mr. and Mrs.Dewey Company II IInewest several I II handling )
Fla. i
I I Mlcanopy model fire fighting machine" + In his face. or home treatments can bo madewith I population will bo
and the printing ot citrus J. A. MCMILLAN Strickland, Mr. and Mrs.Lee I at a cost of $12,500, delivery According to Mr. Woods he didnot tight roceptable. Growers 1940, the south Florida. estimate i

trappers! --supplies, however, Dyal of Gainesville, and Aver7DyalotSavannah.Oa. to be mad within 90 days.This 1 I see Duke and did not realize ,I any full Information and I being placed at 200 per cent incrense. h
Brought to Sanford from the 32years can secure I Istoro. f d +l
: Jefferson Arnold McMillan. I engine will replace the 1912model an accident had taken place untila literature by calling tit the drug i '
j const of age, died at his home In I Many friends from Starke, I equipment purchased sometwo few minutes later when he sawhis "lie pointed! out the Seaboard'.

|Lake county, special atten- sheville, N. C., February 13th, ',1 Hampton, and Brooker were also years ago which proved so I I "hunting buddy" stagger !in the I Air Line had spent $43,000,000 laFlorida a .I

fis given to the development from injuries received in an automobile present at the funeral services. I unsatisfactory that when, an investigation underbrush. MAY M WE: U.\lUUV: ( since 1924; had crossed

grape Industry north and accident which occurred Many beautiful. floral offerings was made it was toundthat Duke was carried to the roadside I the lower end of the state and wasnow fl 1 +

i nf Leesburg: to Howey-ln-. January 29th. He was born in were sent by friends. I II II the American LaFrance Company and taken In a punning car totbe Unions residents of this vicinityIIhow In Miami and lIomesteo.d.with ,

1s: porcelain products seut Scotland Ga., February 22nd, son I Funeral services for Truby ErnieDyal had substituted 1912 equipment oillce of Dr. Lewis F. Fisher, ofGreen more willingness In buying I i Its objective point at CapeSable
t Okahumpka; new meth- A. McMillan, ota son of Mr. andI for I hiswounds the local bakery, i it Coast t
ot Mr. and Mrs. C. 8-year-old for the 1917 model called Cove Springs where products from ; that tile Florida East:

f timbering at Qrovfiland, family ot eight children three ofwhich I Mrs. Trumeman Dyal of Brooker, I', in the contract I were dressed and later hewas ,i. will 1 be discontinued, within thenext Railway had double-tracked ItslIn8 .1 i q I

| Mr jjora and Tavares were) survive him. In early manhood 'I who died late Friday: night .at a '1 I The' new engine has a capacity taken to his home, and fromthere few weeks, the management from Jacksonville to Miami "

vlt'd I he came to Starke to resideand !:Jacksonville hospital'after a brief I of 750 gallons a minute and carries was removed the next mornIng stated Wednesday. Local stores arecarrying ,, nt a cost of $71,000,000 on account I

Orange county Orlando January 28th 1918, he was illness, were held Sunday afternoon every improvement known to to St. Luke's hospital in Jack I[I bread brought In by out.lIlde of anticipated traffic; that the A. '

'f Park, the home of Rollins united in marriage with Miss Ueba ': at 3 o'clock at the graveside ,. add to efficiency of Are lighting.It I I sonville. Reports from the hoa.pltal ',, trucks: he stated, and this 1 Isbrought C L. Railway was now in Marco, t I '

;, th negro industrial school Jones ot this city. In May of tbesame 'i at Brooker cemetery. The arrangements ,' is a larger machine than the oldone yesterday declared' : his condition about by people who call which place U to be the future Col. 1

'mi llle, all received special year he entered into the service '| were directed by .theSeashole and has a 6-cyllnder motor of was improving and that In not for the outside bread In preference llor City, the reason being thatthere ";1

win.St. and spent sey'eral Funeral Parlors. arrival made by the home In.Ilustry I of water at Marco. .1 ,
.of his country With the danger. to bread is i 35 feet
116 horsepower. la serious '
| mice county the drab months overseas, returning to'Starke I I of the truck a reorganization of I I Starke needs every Industry He said that In 1924 there wereonly 'i ;s
It rt I now In process of dent of June GOSPEL; HOOK 1'41101'OI'I'SK PLitJERS: :MAIlUIAGrt large or smalland hardsur- '
the latter part ORLANDO the fire department will be made ..\J\It 1 ; It can secure 2000 mile miles of ;

and the plans of Fort 1919. Up until the time of his : IN ;,to provide for at least one man onduty A. C.Strickland I. I our citizens should patronize faced road In the state; and nowthere

>.1' harbor development i death he and his family made theirhome I I The tJospel Book Shop, carrying i'I at the plant with the truckPPLIYARU The office of County Judge of an inItereKting the homo bakery whenever possible are 8000 mlle Among other I
the u.
,nil) :dered Asheville, N. C. I -- was new resources he mentionedsugar
Indian River county, the In brought to Starke, a complete line ot Bibles, testament8 : < CANDIDATE J wedding ceremony onlait In the Everglades at C'lewis- 1'\
Beach The body was religious boks, tracts, scripture COVEKN01'allahassee. : evening, when Mr.Carl : 01'EIi;
i ideation of Vero by his wife, Thursday | KOH t Saturday ,\ tl'LAN11 ton; thirty thousand acre of peanut S
accompanied and others, la'open andMiss 'CUWSIOSUV: .
the outstanding tea- funeral wall mottoes Rogers ot Providence and the y
) was- 16th. and L. west of Palm Beach, '
also I February in Orlando and is considered Feb. 20.-MajorOen. of Starke, wereunited '
im\ ul inspection was held at the home of Edna Alvarez prospective rubber Industry under .
1/1/ the Fellsmere drainage services were brother, P. S. McMillan :one of the greatest enterprise of Thomas J. Appleyard of 'I'allahaaRee in marriage. The ceremony I The Babe Ruth plane clrclellseeral the sponsorship of Thomas A. EdUson -

ing back of Sebastian the, deceased's afternoon. Services Its kind ever carried out in the commander ot the Flor was witnessed by relatives l times over Starke Monday af'ternoon and Henry Ford. ': J .,

khed by the Fellsmere Jalllirevard Thursday conducted by Rev. O, P.Raymond 'I Southeastern' sta'ca) according to ida division, United Confederate. ot both the bride and groom. I' dropping packages of tliocandy I "In conclusion he told his auditors I' "
Orlando and Itdisappeared
were 'J. Adcock pastor of the announced hiscandidacy of Mr. small parachutes. '
assisted by Rev. L. W.Klckllter Dean Veteran today Mr. Rogers Is tbe son tlod to not to lone heart on account I; -r
[ day Baptist church In a letter to Florida gubernatorial ot the Lake Butler In a westerly directionlatter '
county three members of the local for the Mr*I. R. L. Roger ( of local reverses, but to believe
inspectent ; and Rev W. C. Sale pastor of the.Margaret I Is a popular buslneHsman disposing of its cargo) intend-I' "
pent In thoroughly National Guard the nomination. Hotel and and look forward Into the nearfuture 1
.' drainage company, Florida Street Baptist church, announcement well thought of by hisassociates. Starke, and a scramble. l .
and past pallbearers. Mrs. ,J. S.Butler General Appleyard's and la '(ed of the state, and to prepare
"Ding back to the upper served as Ethel Griffin Impressively |Ihere. came In a letter to a local Btarteil among the boys to secure I for the real steady prosper- I'

n The town specially; and Mlsa "Rock of Ages"and I I The shop is selling, without profit carpenters' and joiners' commltee, The bride is a young lady otcharming i the packages caught In the tree'top. lty the groundwork of which ha'already .lJ. "I s

w ''re Malabur, Melbourne sang God to Thee. Interment everything in the Bible and reIUglOUS In which he declared that he endorsed and attractive personality *. Hardly a day passes nowIwlthout ) been laid. ",

.' Cocoa, Rockledge, Tl- "Nearer' My in Crosby cemetery. book line. Books written the suggestion that "It !Is, ity i is the daughter of Mr. and ( the Bound of a motor in ;-

dins and Scottsmoor and was made by of the world's greatest I time to stop all this 'turmoil InFlorida Mr*.' Romane Alvarez of Starke. I',the air the larger number of the'planell .\ rIVIT1N[ ; 11'. o.WC.UII' ,
be found In the shopIncluding make .their home the main line of theSeaboard '
wore taken along the en- leaves to mournhim (authors may politics/ The couple will using -- I'
of Merrltts Island and I Mr McMillan children two'brothers those ot Charles II. spur-I The general indicated in his announcement In Providence. Lake ButlerTimes. as a guide. All choppers belonging to thelocal I' "
to a wife and three L. Moody, A. C. would be labor's I I Invited to come out i
.n ila, Including a visit ot Starke; jgeon, D. that he : :N9 camp are
McMillan V1:1111'L1I)111'ARTMi':
: P. 8. R. A. Torrey MOTOIt : with the membershlp. j
the governor- acquainted
'Len G. for and get
:II eral.. Alamo, Ga., aslater candidate USELESSWholesale : \
B. J. McMillan distinguished churchmen I NOUNCKH: }'Olt MAKES: STOLEN;
: neral impression gained Patterson of Alamo and book by ship. AN LEGISLATURE; ; :i w
Mrs. Maud evangelical faith I Feb. 3rd. 10th and 17th thisramp
visits to all the above- Mrs. C. L of many S 1928 On
unit Ga... and his mother New Testament Is sold for CARD OV THANKS thefts ot Florida received 37 new members.This .
that by The
11 counties Is
I thethieve
''A. McMillan of Helena, Ga. Bible for fiftycent Kendrick of Starke, anUOlDCell auto license plates will avail $37,000lnsurance.some
a 'a and the T. N. approximately:
h! .>re la in each county bepoke dime candi: to anedict
floral 1 Ie established thank our maDYfriends this issue as a nothing, according ,
I Numerous new shop We wish to in protection I
The \ In
enlarged pro- {
M 1 toward ; held for Bradford vehicle
.it r citrus and true crops.. the esteem and love home city not only to serve Florida but toIIMve and those rendering medical date I a* representative from entrybrings' of the state motor< I 1 This camp Is one of the most progressive '

[n the report wa sent in,, him I by the people oC his ( the entire Southeast. It I II announced. aid for their untiring faithfulnervlces I county. Mr. Kendrtck's who commission. In the state and in tie

in the survey i'fond also of Starke. Mall order will be 'UlI tendered cs daring thesickness the total up to three Instead of Issuing: duplicatetags \ near future they will have some ; '
engaged! ot
I to any death of our son, office at the hands as customary la previousyears an I
eparlng to visit ,the coun- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS led promptly and shipped and win seek this I, number will be Issued surprise for the public. Keep

pa fling oa the itinerary be- I part of the nation. i Truby. the electors In June. a new and eye on the W. O. W. Camp.
I -- books to express ourgratftnde of Starke who wasrecently to the owner of the car .
Testaments, also desire C. Wall
political All Bible, We H.;
n4'l1Iion of the visiting running
| Charges; for actual beautifultl..ral supervisor ot.reCiBtraUon number listed with allpolice Alabama- West Florida
stolen Chlpley-
will be sold at tor the many appointed the
|<>. The counties left were until the 'primary and tract
announcements Martin tosucceed and arrest will to1lhoie teenks toi
Railroad Company
( connected with! by Governor officers
offering I
umter,. Bradford, Union; ":"la. June are as follows and ;state County offices offices -, 'cost tile enterprise all no person receives any financial ] Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Dyal, C. A. Knight resigned annOllncee low driving car with stolen construct) extension ot its South-

?n.'la Jefferson Liberty, I $S; county remuneration it was stated. and children. his candidacy la this Issue. tag*. port-Chlpley line to Oracevllle. I
Qadsden and L on. $I 0; payable In advance.
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SURVEY OF "Opening Shards/ I Income TaxReturn Hathaway Ends I' Grosvenor Dawe Shows ,

LORIDA NEARS FINISH; i Bridge- Planner i Laws South Fla. 1"our'I Florida Is Industrially 'f .

i\i-r.y: ( rhr'ua' .lidnte In. Are Explained Tampa, Feb. 20. KndliiK what

ARCH THIRD LAST VISIT | tiled Attend Mnrrli lilt r, proved to be a most satisfactory I!' Sound With Investors I Itil +i

'Inrlclll"11114t: FIUReport.* I(oOlIUo tour of the lower south Florida'countlew -----,- .. -
I I St. Augustine. Feb. IS.-Per- nt Jacksonvllle I --- \
Lafrs. Fla., Feb 18.-The extending from contt to Million I ItHng Hpvnt III State Ity I _
of Florida which; I COMMUNITY\ tsonul Invitations have beon dispatched (count Fond Hathaway chairman ot Road Work West I II ('<>niianlcM| \\ ll. Are Looking v t
Ilia! invny With only 27 days remainingwhich In '
I by County Manager C. j the state road department, and: I Into .'''tl1l'(' of Stoic. 1 s f

q< 1Ilue( ted by the staten de- PLAYERS ATKEYSTONE Samuel Johnson general chairman to tile Income tax returns candidate for Governor In the cornIng I Starke Resumed) I rAt

,'I i agriculture by author- of the St. Johns find Clay county before they become subject to penalty primary election left here : i the public mooting held last \ r

[ ih. I'2 i ?T legislature lag now ] 'committee the Peter II. M.ller. of Jackson- !Monday night on the SuwnnneoSpoclal. Thursday nfternon at the courthouse ';
on of
: via Lake Pity, for Tnlla-, After a lapseof several wcelwork P
mjilPtlon, as far as car- the Shands bridge, to vllle collector of Interim revenue bids Tuesday on : where Orosveuor Dawe en- ,,
every political hiiHsee to open on completing the grade of ) he
,,))1' iii'vey work to the in- The Community Theatre Players aspirant und gubernatorial candidate for' the district if of Florida, has called I to- : four projects to cost approximately)' stale road 28 west of Starko ami waned: In compiling the resources I tt; !'
attention tax
mules Is concerned. the payers 760000.\ The work will be I In ot the state under authority of the ;' i
\\I of New York City will present I to be present on the speak requirement of the revenue act oti 'through the town was again started \\J
completion of Glades Palm Bench\ and Clay coun } i
1\11I see 1U27 session of the IniprosRod .
d' "Ills Honor, Abe Potash" at the er's stand at the giant barbecue 1926, which governs this year's ties. t' Monday while work on proJoels legislature 1(
the counties by Grosv. ''to bis hearers ot his faith in \.
.ItII Florida Chautauqua Keystone be singed at the bridge head on payments. I' Before his departure Chairman Houth) of Starke, slniiliary de-
md Forrest Johnson, I In a bulletin broadcast today; that ho hall sloe stale. His statement of facts "
that declared
Heights on Thursday evening, Feb. I day and to address the assembled I Hathaway Iiiyotl. was taken up last\ week. AlihoiiKh -
who are in immed- Mr. Miller states that Income tax board of also Florida
lahl" """i" conferred with many brought out that < la
23rd. crowds. | returns required to be tiled 1 in the stale has not accented
t the survey, accord- county commissioners and delivered i far from being In the bad shape
larg'' The Philharmonic Society ot Kxtenslve preparations have already the office ot the collector at Jack- number of speeches in be- any of the grading In (bin county; .f.f'AI N'a
n-ioit, ) Just made by Com- I a ,'' I freely attributed to It following
and ]
Gainesville appears in concert cFriday been outlined and food enough sonvllle. and inquiries\ requests '1 half of his eandlaey for Governor; "seven- mlloa are ready for final In-j
at Agriculture Nathan for Information/ "should be' 1 1I1'tloll the! collapse of the real estate bobble
uel' at 8:00: p. m. has been ordered to care for that everywhere he went ho foil ml and urrpptauco, It'I1S '

I III The assembly sermon will 1 be a crowd of 7,600 to 10,000 people I directed to that bfnce I I the people to be of the opinion that Staled Wednesday. I II II and that It Is steadily forglnic
of I.law ahead on the solid<1 foundation of
23 to February HC"'TIIIrc'llIl'llI
1 1I
m January preached Sunday, Feb. 26th, i at the coming four years will crucial 1
at the I I KxciiviUliii' on Madison( stroctrue
jubilee. Invitations will
covered In required! to file Incometax its unlimited resources.Mr. .
unities were i | Persons the 8tllte'8pro
3:00 the Rev. in the history of
by Benjamin
: p, m., : and
Blurted Tuesday R' tractor
Putnam, St. Johns, soon be dispatched to all county; returns are those having a' lie f !' Dane, who Is nationally
ui-M" R. Weld pastor ot the Keystone I'es" and prosperity aKICt'I.i i I tlioiBiiiplui
and city odlcials in northeast FlorI ipiuckir; belim/ used to excavate
Vnlusla, Seminole, Lake gross; Income for the taxable year general as an export In the gather
that and women ,
r Heights Community church. ted men
I material mid placing It at :
Indian River Ida. of or over regardless of \ (MR of BtutUllcH la being assisted
.. Lucie, $5,000 the election
Si Tate survey at that I Mr. Royal Dixon continues his, I I Dr. Foils A. Hathaway, chalr- the amount of his net Income; j ly will exercise cure ofllclals ,|It the .side of the street. In order to I In the work by Forrest Johnson 1
'evard ot their public ap-
; of lectures and iu-door and months
course .
'avoid, for several .
to the extent man of the state road department those having a net Income for the tour waling rid he expects to complete his i ;
progressed the next
1' that what
had [ out-of-door classes In Nature Study predating the
until the rock base Is placed on '
and candidate for governor, has accepted -: ot $3,600 or over I If work ot gathering facts about
had been fully explained the ( taxable year i'; holds In the way ot progress e
"Birds of
t 8:00 ,
Tuesday : m. 'years effort
p. It Is understood an ]
Ktroot i
Invitation to deliver the
In the state an married and living with husbandor much Florida March 3rd. The greater j
.r> const county World. Thursday 2:30: p. m. "Per ''formal land prosperity depends upon will bo in a do to have the ntrof-1
1 dedication address for the
around to Kscambia. wife and every Individual havIng -|Ithe of theI poitlon of his material Id already
and experience
:Nassau of Insects. Friday 8.00p. ability This
sonality 2-mile and will also be one of'I taxable .pnvetl with concrete. proposal nHHemhled ready publication
latest spun a net income for the for. ,
In his report i iI I 1
Dawe of Water Ani I public ofllcers. t
"Pensonallty the state
m., to
hat It been put up
briefly what he and I the gubernatorial speakers. Mr. year of $1,590 or over it singleor chair de- und these books will be distributed
rued '' The road department
mals. Johnson said this morning "we are with I| 'road department but no action lias 1st. 1 1I
found in the ten if married and not living the by May
nhnson had eveningMarch 1st at I dares his. Intention of joining .
I II Thursday planning to put on the largest husband or wife. I yet been tak'n.IAlligator. }Fur the benefit ot our readers, r
January Motor- I >
visited between I to KeyVest
leg 8:00 o'clock the Music Teacher, Jacksonville w
: : free barbecue ever attempted !Inj; All corporations and partnerships .Mr. Johnson furnished the Tele
Jacksonville : '
12.outstanding from
(d I February I Association, Jacksonville, appearsIn 1 ('ade which starts
features of Put- the South and have left no stone are required to file returns '' ) Feb. 22, somewhere down the Canal graph with a short summary ot

he said were the large concert. unturned in our efforts to make regardless ot the amount of Income East proceeding from the Mr. Dnwe's speech which briefly j jells

ipment ounty of the kaolin Indus- the occasion afford the crowds a or the amount of business j('i point Coast\\nlng by motor to the To Be Extended the main points !he brought

Time Limit On never-to-be-torgotten jubilee." acted. traJl.s-1' thence toto out In his address to citizens and j
dvanced methods ot cypress tip ot the mainland and 1

facturlng and the superior TKUIIV ERNIE: : IIYAL Extension: < IVrmMtoil : Key West Engineer; Harnsberger chargeof high school students Thursday< at t, f"

transportation rendered pos- I Bonus Extended The collector' of Internal revenue During the past week Mr. Hath the construction work on elate ternoon: f
extensions "Mr. llawe began by stating that
authorized to grant -
Is Ft. '
ty the St. Johns river. On Friday, February 17th death of away visited Dnnla Pompano : oat 28, has a crew employed this the of agriculturecoull 4.
returns department
St. Johns county, the steady According to a telegram from claimed Truby Ernie Dyal, after of time for filing Lauderdale, Lake Worth, Palm week making a survey ot an extension aside for
sickness only set $16,000
of absence
ae ot the potato Industry In Hon. R. A Green, the house of representatives all Illness of four weeks with income in cases :'Beach, Sebrlng Wiuiclinla' Arcadila of Allgator; creek to Howell which he "M,
work in *
data to the
wan engaged
to secure
district, and in por- has passed the bill extending or Inability PiiBta Garcia Venice and Nokoimls. ot approximately
astlngs j pneumonia.I return. Appplicaon -i | lake, a dlstanco I which Is to visit every county ..
ot Flagler and Putnam coun- for two years the time in I I' lie was born November 15th;;I make for a such extension must be received I Sarasota, Bradenton and Ithler three miles. This creek or canal iln tile state und compile an Industrial ;

11 soils ot the same type as at which veterans may apply for bonus 11927, and was the son of Mr. and I before points then.' care of the drainage OL n runskleruble of the entire area
collector or survey ,
the mi '
Igo; the great expansion In certificates. The measure ''Mrs.! Trumean D. Dyal, ot Brook.er by I territory oast of Starke., r a
the date on which the return I iu.1 .i> m'KK ,4110'1VIIIIJ: | and< also to carry a message to
territory along lines Chairman Green ofthe roads 13, 28 and:
igUHtlne sponsored by Fla. j "IIL'IIDY'cehlcmt and( drains
: ot what
March 15th. The application IIl'N'I'1SU WITH Die people wits going on
Is or
uiUful residential property ways and means committee, extends I The deceased was removed to ( also must state specifically I I ( 8. For years flood waters have I I 1 now, and what was going to happen st

i ted, and the influence ot the the time limit for filing applications i Riverside hospital, Jacksonville, the request and an Ikx'tor'M Inlet Llu'cr'ales done considerable damage, to roads In Florida." He mild that the t
for tit
Is bridge across the St. Johnsin to January 2, 1930. I I for an operation to save his life, | the extension reasons will be granted only Itthe .\ Ann iiinl Pace, | and, crops on account of the slowness stale had been shocked by the

opening up the northern "World war vetereans and their but expired before this operation : explanation la satisfactory to Green Cove Spring Feb. 18-II. ot I the ruin full In draining off, boom atdhe slump and that this t t II "

in of the county to automo- dependents will be interested In" could be performed. II |i' 'collector. D. Duke, state engineer In charge tile canal only being open to u. was largely a state of mind; that

I(ravel. knowing that this bill) has passed | The body under the direction Miller particularly invites construction df the highways; short distance. went of where- road' capital to the amount of $300,000-
Mr. of the
Flakier; county from the Representative Green wired, "and ot f the Seashole Funeral Parlors, | of employers to requirements being built by the 13 croHHeH Mouth of town. 000 hail come Into Florida from
attention bridges
the and
point of automobile travel, the In t my opinion favorable action onthe Jacksonville by the bereaved parents ,i In regard to filing form I state In Clay county, met with aserious I|' With the HtrnlKlitenlng and opening -, 112.3!> to 1927 consulting of railroad "

front highway, completed by bill by the senate may reasonably and Elders Schaffer and But'ler. No. 1099 reporting payments ofsalary accident last Tuesday when of a watercourse to Howell ,I ( electrification, telephone,

action of districts! In Volusla be expected. ot Jacksonville. 1 I. commissions, etc.'These I and left arm were badly luke the hncltlnx up ot the waters highway and population estimates, t 'I
lag Ie I ,i-ountles, stand out as estimated that approximately services were held SunIdny wages i his face in the canal will be ell minuted.'TO ).
'i It: Is I I } 'I forms should not be filedfor lacerated by the discharge of aIshot .._ .. Mr. Dawe said that In connection
.it feature. Dairying, agrl- a half million veterans whose applications afternoon at 3 p. m. at Santa who Is known to be gun while Ii hllntlnK.I ins'niTmiTi:; :-\v -Di4.- with hU work he had visited AUInntu. f
before a person I f
10 brick making and poultry were not received }Fe cemetery with Elders Schaffer I II 'I married unless the payment exceeds company with W. L. Woods )PHOT-ANT: KOI MlUUS: : Ill rain g ham, Wilmington, t,
imruts are moving forward time limit expired, or were returned 1 Butler of the Church of Christ | : Philadelphia
the I land $3,500. Payments of lessthan of' Green Cove Springs, and Frank I Washington, llaltimord. -
I'y' because of defects, will I benefit ot' Lated Day Saints, officiating I $1,500 should not bu reported T. Huntley of Doctor's Inlet. Mr. Corpenlng'n Drug Store will artliS New York, Hartford and lloslon \ n

> Volusla county, on the ocean under this extension.. Besides his parents the deceased i on that form I In any case. Duke went quail hunting nearoclor'e distributors for Dliidust, a ro- I--had !I(>em the big Investors ., ,

Ormond Beach, Daytona -- Is survived by two sisters and two .-. Inlet and upon coming dUlnfodunt for, anil, had put this iiiontloii' to them: 't
"US'Jmn. 1>
and the im- 1XCOM: K: T.\X !Mrs. J. F. Ellebree -I nmrkahle mercury I
Smyrna brothers, namely: ot theRun Investing In FlorIdaV -
discharge 'Why are
r .: 1VEDNiSi.tY: / Purchases upon a covey a treating sued ot all kinds against you "
hefts of the New Smyrna and Marie Dyal, Leo and City held In Wood's hands struck llnuase, und a quantity of the IIlILI ; The Invariable reply<< was: ,,

}''I' for shrimp industry were The Telegraph has been advised Lloyd Dyal. I Fire Truck, Duke full In the face at a distance tarlal has been secured) ABide 'Ilecnuse there IK a great tuturo
On the river side of theiv I those attending the tu'neral ,I New the
stated that
deputy colector ot the internal !Mong about thirty feet. I( the low cost: of the treatment, In Florida. lie s sauthern
that a lot from
OeLnnd, Stetson unlver- service will be InStarke from out of town were: Mr. I Ills left- -- arm, witch !no,_ flung .In.. yields secured has. 't .'.' (loll Telephone company ;
Orange City were visited, revenue February ''and Mrs. Kdwaru Kirkland, Iceland Tuesday be-] lacerated bya I the Increased remarkable To Is now working out the eHtlmutos fy 15A,
In- next Wednesday' I Contract was signed front of his face, was Its liMO Is mild< to bo I BI '
iv(i he large palmetto 29th, for the purpose of assisting Dukes, Mr. Leon Huff Messrs.,> tween the City ot Starke and the 1 1I score or more bullets while his mmUt In t treating the Hood, Mr of the future population of the

Inspected. In filing current Income Parker and Jenkins all ot Jackson.,'American LaFrance Fire Engine ; forehead and scalp were torn. and nlng will have a machine for state and has approximately arrived -
Seminole county, special atDii taxpayers Mr. and Mrs. Bert Drift ofiviiciluui their'I themselvesIn the conclusion that the "lt
ivllle of
; embeded! quantities,, lit.
ln'v -> tax returns.j. I _. : ; :Company for the purchase several bullets ImndllnK seed In large I
celery ..
paid to the Fi r. rs. | j doubled by
was I >y, a., *>i uu I newest model fire lighting machine his fare. treatments can be made population will be

and the printing ot citrus A. MCMILLAN I I Dewey Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. '' ,, at a cost of $12,500, delivery According to Mr. Woods he did or with home any tight receptable. Growers :: II)4 I), the south Florida estimate P "

{wrapperssupplies however, Lee Dyal of Gainesville, and Avery I to be made within 90 days. I not see Duke and did not realize ( secure full Information and being placed. at 200 per cent In. t'' ''i

: brought to Santord trom theic Jefferson Arnold McMillan, 32 Dyal of Savannah, da. I This engine will replace the 1912. an accident had taken place untila 'can literature by calling at the drugstore crel\I'I, t,
coast. his home 1 in friends from Starke, : out the Seaboard t 'r +
of age, died at !Many equipment purchased some minutes later when he Haw "lie pointed
years model few .
i Lake county, special attends Asheville, N. C., February 13th, Hampton, and Brooker were also I two years ago, which proved so his "hunting buddy". stagger In the I Air Line had spent 113,000,000 in .I

given .to the development from Injuries received In an automobile present at the funeral services. I 1 unsatisfactory -that when an investigation underbrush. :MAY I,041 \KDHV: }Florida since 1921 ; had crossed

e grape industry north and accident which occurred !Many beautiful floral offerings) was made It was found I Duke was carried to the road I : the lower end of the state and was ; "

i of Leesburg; to Ilowey-ln- January 29th. lie was born I In'were sent by friends. I that the American LaFrance Company side and taken In a passing car to Unless! residents ot this vicinity now in Miami and Homestead, i ,

illtj porcelain products seal Scotland Oa., February 22nd, Ron I I Funeral services for Truby Ernie had substituted 1912 equip- the ofllce ot Dr. Lewis F. Fisher, of show more willingness In buying ,with Its objective point at Cape '

Okahumpka; new meth- of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McMillan, ota Dyal 8-year-old son ot Mr. and ment for the 1917 model called for Green Cove Springs where his products from the \local bakery, It Sate; that the Florida 1 Kant Coast '

iif r timbering at GrovEland:! family ot eight children, three of Mrs Trumeman Dyal of Brooker, in the contract. wounds were dressed. and later he will be discontinued within the Railway had double-tracked Its -I r \
!Mi uora and Tavares wereMii which survive him. In early man I who died 1 late Friday: night at a The' new engine has a capacity was taken to his home, and from next few weeks, the management line from Jacknonvlll to Miami

'd 1 hood he came to Starke to reside Jacksonville hospital after a brief of 750 gallons a minute and carol there was removed the next morning stated Wednesday. Local! moron lire ut a cost of 171,000,000 on account l'It +
county, Orlando, he was held Sunday afternoon to1 Jack brought In by outside flic that the A, .
I Orange and January 28th 1918 Illness, were vies every Improvement known to St. Luke's hospital In t carrying bread : ( anticipated Ira ; j
> r t'n'k. the home of Rollinsf united In marriage with Miss Reba ':' at 3 o'clock at the graveside add to efficiency of (Ire 1hahtmn.It sonville. Reports from the hospital trucks ho stated, and thin In C'. U Railway was now In Marco,

f negro industrial school Jones of this city. In May of the i at Brooker cemetery. The ar-' is a larger machine. than the old yesterday declared his condition brought!: about by people who call which place Is to be the future Collier 1- I'

| tOil 'lie' all received special same year he entered Into the service I rangements were directed by theCa and has a 8-cyllnder! motor oti I was Improving and that Is not for the outnldo broad In preference City the reason being that I': '

'lion .of his country and spent several : <-i_...hnlH._-- Funeral- Parlors.OSI |lone 115 horsepower With the arrive 1 lu serious danger.; I I to bread made by the home Industry. there is 36 feet of water at Marco.

St l.utce county the draln- months overseas, returning to reorganization ot Starke needs every industry He said that In 1924 there were "
I I IOI'KXH the truck a
i str .t., now in process ot deem Starke the latter part ot June <; 'IL: HOOK ;; Im' OIUiJOThe : ) of the lire department will be madeto .I .\IV.\IU/-IUMUH: ) : 1.\H1U.\H1 it can secure, large; or small only 2000 miles miles ot hardsur-

[ and the plans of Fort 1919. Up until the time of his : IN' I for at least one man on I anil our citizens should patronUe fared road In the state; and now
,. harbor development made their provide truckAl'I'I'LEY.lltl The once ot County Judge; A. C. whenever 1)011-> 8000 miles.. Among other -
>II' his family with the home there are
and I I the
he plant
'death gospel Hook Shop, carrying duty at the was the scene ot an ln-l he mentioned :f.
'm dered. Asheville, N C. 0-- Strickland Hllile I now resources ,
county, the home in Starke, a complete line of Bibles, testaments ',\NUIIJ.\TJ.: wedding ceremony on at Clewln-.
Indian River was brought to ) < erecting I --* I sugar: In the Everglades p
Beach The body religious boks, tracts, scripture : OH evening, when Mr. OVIt; of ix
I) 'iflcatlon of Vero by his wife ThUrsday -;: last Saturday AVi ton;; thirty thousand acres' peanuts
accompanied Is )
I I""I' -a., the outstanding tea- 16th and funeral wall mottoes and others. Carl I.. Rogers of Providence end', TOWN MOM west of Palm IIt.t.lcb. and the I

111 Inspection was also February held at the home of':''open In Orlando and Is considered Tallahassee Feb. 20.MaJor Miss\[ Edna Alvarez of- Bturue: were :, prospective' rubber industry under f I

ho Fellsmere drainage( services were brother, P. S. McMillan :one of the greatest enterprises of Gen. Thomas J, Appleyard ot Tallahassee united in marriage. The ceremony i The Babe Ruth plane circled lIev-1 the sponsorship ot Thomas A. Kdl-

t mg back ot Sebastian the deceased's afternoon. Services its kind ever carried out in the commander of the Flor was witnessed by relatives eral times over Starke Monday son and Henry Ford. rki t

h-d< by the Fellsmere jallBrovard \ Thursday conducted by Rev. O. P. '* Southeastern states, according to ida division United Confederate ot both the bride and groom. i ternoon dropping packages ot the "In conclusion he told his
were Adcock, pastor of the Orlando his ot Mr\[ and small parachutes. It auditors
assisted by Rev. L. W.. J. Dean Veterans, today announced Mr. Rogers Is the son candy( tied to not to lose heart on '
days Raymond Baptist church in a letter to the Florida gubernatorial of the Lake Butler In a westerly direction but to believe t
county, three members of the local candidacy for Mrs. R. L. Rogers disappeared of local reverses
Rp tat in thoroughly inspect- Klckliter, and National Guard.|": the Rev. W. C. Sale, pastor ot the nomination. Hotel and Is a popular businessman ,>'after disposing of its cargo intended and look forward Into the near'!
.o 'sent and past drainage company, pallbearers. Mrs. ,J. S. Margaret Street Baptist church,, General Appleyard's announcement and Is well thought ot by his for Starke and a. scramble! future of the state, and to prepare f

re nlng back to the upper served as Ethel Griffin Impressively here. came In.a letter to a localcarpenters' associates. started: among the boys to secure I'' for the real steady prosper

"l. > The towns specially Butler and Miss "Rock of Ages"land I The shop is selling without profit and joiners' commltee, I The bride Is a young lady of 1, tile packages caught In the tree ity, the groundwork ot which has '

d x -re Malabur, Melbourne,, sang God to Thee" In- everything in the Bible and religious In which he declared that he endorsed charming and attractive personalIty |''top' *. Hardly a day passes now 1 1I 'alreadY been laid."
"Nearer My '' line. Books written "it Is I of Mr. and sound of u motor In .
book that .
Tilt --
daughter the --- '
suggestion the --
Rockledge without -
;o.J'!'' Cocoa. in Crosby ceme- the and Is
made !I
Mine and Scottsmoor, and erment was I! by some of the world's greatest time to stop all this 'turmoil In Mrs. Romano Alvarez ot Starke. the air, the larger number ot the I ,ACTIVITIHH: OK W. O. W. CAMP

.,y were taken along the en- :, tery.Mr. leaves to mourn I II'authors may be found In the shop Florida politics/ The couple will make their home planes using the main lino ot the

r. of Merrltts Island and"nln McMillan three children, two including those ot Charles II. Spur- The general Indicated in his announcement In Providence. Lake Butler ,I I Seaboard as a guide I All choppers belonging to the 1
him a wife and Moody, A, C. Dixon, be la invited to come out
ila Including a visit to ot Starke; 1 I geon, D. L. that he would I UKI'AIITMKNTM.AKIH :: local camp are
McMillan :
1'brothers. P. S. i Broughton, R. A. Torrey 1IIOTOt'I.IIU'Lti! : ; acquainted with the inernI s.
G. the governor and get
I aral.aeral. of Alamo Ga., a Len bor's candidate TAOH C"I.I'S14I : ; i
B. J. McMillan distinguished churchmen : :
gained Ala- books by bershlp.
10 impression of and ship. FOIlLKUIHLATl'KK.: I
tl' "Islts all the above- sister, Mrs. Maud Patterson Mrs. C.'A. of many evangelical faiths. I' 1928 I I On Feb. :3rd, )0th and 17th this ,
by unTt- mo, Ga., and his 1 The New Testament Is sold for CARD OF' THANKS Wholesale thefts of camp received 37 new members.
'11' Bounties Is that of Helena Ca. I Kendrick of Starke. announces will avail the
each county a ., McMillan bespoke ''a dime and the Bible for fifty T. N. auto license plates This means approximately $37,000
1)1 ire la In floral offerings is established thank our many this Issue as a candidate nothing, according to protection
enlarged prom Numerous held tor :cents. The new shop We wish to in thieves In Insurance.some
C!-if) rltrus towards and truck crops." the esteem and love home city not only to serve Florida but to friends and those rendering medi- as representative from Brad- edict of the state motor' vehicle i This camp Is one ot the most progressive Si.A. r .
his entry
sent In, him by the people of 1 serve' the entire Southeast, it Is an- cal aid for their untiring faithful ford county. Mr. Kendrlck's commission. In the state and in the T
'* the was who
n duplicatetags
report tae survey and also of Starke. nounced. Mall orders will be fIII- services tendered us during the brings the total up to three Instead ot issuing 'near future they will have some

Preparing o raged! to visit In the coun'ma I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS led promptly and shipped to any sickness and death ot our son, will seek this office at the hands of as customary number In will previous be Issued surprises for the public. Keep an
be- part of the nation. Truby. the electors In June. years a new and eye on the W. O. W. Camp
nng on the Itinerary I -running politicalanoencemente All Bibles, Testaments, books We also desire to express: our II. C Wall, of Btarke\ who :was to the owner ot the car .
visiting all
conclnslon of the for ot with FlorIda
Charges beautiful supervisor number listed Cbipley-Alabama-West
I will be sold at actual for the many recently appointed the stolen
the primary tracts gratftude
until and
ule. left were follow to
The counties Martin to arrests will Company seenks
and Railroad
with Governor officers
la. Sumter Bradford, Union, t as follows: County olDIces. cost: as no person connected floral offerings.Mr I registration by police with stolen of Its South-
In June are and state offices, the enterprise receives any financial and Mrs. T. D. Dyal, succeed C. A. Knight, resigned an- those driving cars ,construct extension "
ton Jefferson Liberty 5 county line to GracevlUe. s, ,
| ; remuneration. It was stated. and children. trounces his candidacy this Issue. tags. port-Chlpley

ulla. Gadsden and Lon.I ,,$10; payable in advance. : .


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: //4 Hampton. Feb. 24.-Miss Edith
Journalo \\tC\'Io&, H ORZ: t: -' I
1 May Jones entertained Young Mrs. J. C. Win
o JOTOR. l I___ .. Ladles Sewing Club, February the visiting hI', 1."., "I

': i _________ ,__________ WILLIAM DUNCANI ...-.-. ) .L1.. I. 'I' 14th. Forty minutes were spent J K. H. Smith. "

: l '.-. In sewing and conversation. Ice Mrs. B. Hosciii,, ,, .
______________ JOSEPH MALPAS 4. P1
Associate Editor ______ : 1 1I ream and cake was served at the by her daught.! ,, I, .. :
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.1pJ Sports Editor _________.:____________ ELMER McMILLAN (' ." .1 x.i" ,conclusion. ter, Mrs. H BI'I'u I I ill
Joke JSIdtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELL I '/. ,. ,> fi" <,; ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kammerrer, Brown of NI'v I I'

,1._ ___ .. .. ... -. ,,' ; ; _ of Philadelphia, Penn., are guests guests of Mrs. i K" dl.

:. : GHKKN: : STOCK$ .\ HUCCKH: : TUN (US n.\G If Hotel Hampton.Mr. terg, Mrs. N. si

,.< I and Mrs. Earl Saxon, are Miss Gladys I']
e ; "Ye noble editor Is about to Guy, of !
"A rousing hit. Such:: cxpnglou the I kucsts of Mrs. Saxon's mother, er. s.i ,

I well describes tho success oft' prostrate with t this Job of hand- Sunday In StarkFebruary "
ling a school paper. Seems as how Mm! Thomas Dyal. thi.. "1
.I of "Green Stocking lIIaggle'Burnette is spend- .,
the showing nothing'!) ever happen from whlcb Miss !80th annlversai \ .

.. at the auditorium Friday nlgl ., to propound any news and the only I : t-w 'ing this week with friends here. Weeks' blrthdm.; II

: ," Feb 17th. ThIs three-net comedy thing we've got to keep the henIng 4f I Mr. and Mrs. John Sparkmanand grand-children '
c ,# 1 1of let i Mrs. Norman, of Plant City, ..I
) at the top of the page a rt' beautiful homo I
druma presented by a cast.plcked ., Spnrkman'a and Mrs.Norman's .
hunt visited Mrs.
hot air. Hut even so event.
from the numbers of dmmatlcul1ytalented ; f brother and sister, Mrs.
E a person as your editor realU: : On Friday m- '
.t': .'; .ff .. Bradford High Btuden, what a terrible lot of Importance : r I J. W. Bedenbaugh, and !Mrs.\ W. young people nil" i !',I;

4( was written under by E.the\V.able Mason dlrectli and this section In In the student life, 1 I I1e1ii lB. Hicks last Tuesday' and Wednes same In almost i 11,1<, i '
produced Jet,
t and we gotta keep the thing Kolng day. made their social I ,! '
of Miss Myrwln Jackson. 8110n80r ,somehow hot air it is, and plen- s Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Wood and I',
so William J. 1'h'111,, ,
club. The! ,
HChool dramatic
ot last Sun- 'l
entire cast did fine work and be-: 'ty of It-or rather a typed recor I' son, visited friends here States Shtp Ami. t

Ing of hot air siuh as fills a he (day. Miss Eva Em
cause of tills and the dellghlf A,6. Bennett have Ihi
Mrs. W. O.
'k1 suin-8lI brain. For that ater Mr. and
liners .
caching: the Bro Ii, ,
the play was received 1 by I II .
story In
all writers and been visiting and shopping I
all is
crowd with such en- t lie week-end wnUr. ', ,
the capacity
: speakers and teachers and leaders .... Gal nesvihle. pa
I and Mrs. W
to place it among the ) i ,"" .
: "'1. Chllds Welfare Conference for n
are As you have probably guessed i Mrs. James > >
Z I bent' given hero.Probably we're merely trying to apojglze o" 1 Infant Pre-School children only ,11 Ji.
nere, N. ]I" Is
the bent Individual performance 'i
? / I hall February IL ".I'
cc for the title we have selected was conducted at the city I
. was that of tho leading veeks with her fn,. ,?.
i# ; Elizabeth Andrews. Mitts An. for this space filler. We thong]! C'a. the 15th. s at the Cady honu (;
.. .'.. c- lady of calling: It "The Editors Chain" This conference was under the Oil
i will with Col. and Mrs. I,
draws has earned a reputation beforehand American motorist read i I 'SII1
Miss Julia I.
or something like that, but loving able management of J. H ,, .
as being a talented IIC- the Kicking Horse Trail. I Attorneys ,till:
: honcHty and the frankness as vilo Interest [ores, who is one of the most successful -
but certainly her work could Fu tc h, motored it" ilaV. i ..
tress, Louise to Golden througb !
.c. I' we just coudn't give such a diiiilfled from Lake <: graduate nurses of the
4 .
be better than it wan FrI i 1
:L t hardly dlt-I ( title to a script that is pretty the central Canadian Rockies, bal i itate, and Dr. Conger, one of
Professor F
day night. She took a rather Lv4ImT c If 1
flat such as this, (Yes we like been officially opened. The ceremonywas Starke'8 able physicians. They .
flcult part of Cella Forudy, a dow ti1&4 Duller was in tin b..
I 1; ;. ; L la he modest) and so we called I It held on the hill at Golden overlooking : were assisted in this work by Mrs. .
tho iaturday.Titusvllle
trodden wall-flower as
'j. : the Clan Bag. the broad valley of the Columbia I 'W n. Alexander and"i Mrs. W. O.

L I/J.4. i : story progresses: forges through river with ire Selkirk on Uennott, and Mrs. II. A. Delk, of --CitT: 'II, ,,] doJ,
; 1ii't' rj her bonds and gets her man MliAndrews' After all, there's very little I Ii In the Canadian Rockies oil I.u .
one side, '\. 11113 city.The '. ervice here under .m.' 'derall,
In the final Bcene
: acting : name. We haven't found out the other Member of the Canadian CAR TrtROUGr; mothers, both young and Plant City- UoaiK. ,n
of act one, was exceptional, and officials ell!
Stockings presidents
; what the title "Green / Government railway another lovely
I Pacific Railway for Emerald Lake II I old showed that they were hlghl; being rocked
.n .. wan out tand.l1g in u play of wel! had to do with the play yet. But ot Alito Clubs and Good Roads of Alberta.the Canadian spot reached from the Kicking HorseTrail. interested In this work. Twent; Plant CitySuu' m. ,t tf\>

p L! I1 done scenes. ,it was a good play, for all that, 1 I It Associations were on the and platform motorist The first section of this road starts This la only seven mile from one precious little children shared Deal berry yard commotedPlant .\!
Hitch, playing the male the East ana West Field. This lake is
& Carlyle Ike to have been better, for the from Lake Louise. In the the highway at "
the Chateau of this conference,
for the OC':8.lonfrom : near the benefits City < milluutearing III
:i' lead also gave an excellent pe anltor's little black puppy dog congregated Rockies and extends for of sylvan loveliness and on Its shores
: Western Canada Canadian mothers received instructions .
all at Chalet. while many grubbing! mil
' : ( 1'.Y formance and handled his Important that is seen in the halls frequent!: part sixteen miles through the most pec- la an attractive Swiss be III'road
:. mid the United States.An to From Golden motorists can travel that will doubtless a 17 between 111',I' ,null ram
part in capable/ fashion. back and was on the erected tacular part of the mountain
tot stage was motherS
: and bables.
T arch of evergreens eleven through the Columbia river valley to blessing to'\both Inverness- Filling 'laUOH
Ii with four Field. only
c Comedy was plentiful verge of entering the cast. It was road and ribbons which Field. From there to Van-
.. over the Yoho Valley. where at Cranbrook, and from obstruction at Mini, and I
!.. members of the cast taking corned hrowii In the boiler room, by one were cut by the Han. Charles Stewart miles to the the auto road Takakkaw couver, Spokane, Seattle or Los An- The local patrons of our towr treets.
leads. These were Pearl Grim/ nearby of the Interior, and the the end of la desired
male standing
cp. of the men Minister If the return trip
-'.. Hooks of the tails tumble down In a lacy pattern I geles. and community, are very gratefu Lake Worthi i I" "i,> I. i i ? William Duncan Murrah "Oreen Stockings" was a hit, J. A. Buckham. speaker hundred back to Banff National Park. or Glacier -
: Several .
t I feet. of health Mist .
1. board
BrItish during about to the state let for construction u o 011of
I and Elmer McMillan. Miss elsewhere 01this Columbia Legislature delightful Park in Montana. the Buna-
(sea( a
work was second to MIss Andrewi alright the singing of the national anthem yards away Is Yoho Camp.break their WIndermere highway Is taken; it the Groves. Dr. Conger and every one,' State Bond No i in I 1(, 'Orr')
) A play don't come ever: I for motorist to
age.> place
under arch this conference
to go the frou Banff over the who helped to make mils
car started
She offered numerous bits of comedy would Tile has a numbeiof trip wa ofJDelroy.
vcek. Lot of 'em wish they This camp
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q which, especially, the brand I was. that of the lion. Chas. Stewart. Journey. rustic cabins, like those at Kicking Horse Trail this make a triangular ;; such marked success.Dr. -
week's test small
because' that
hough, H. King.
Hon Dr. J. the heart of the people
followed by tour through J. J. Bullen gave
I hllarloui I another camp operated
scene, appoached the record-breaklngly easy, Th and Soldiers' Civil Lake Wapta. distance Worms in Health '.
lt draw number of were Minister of Health Lake Louise and Field b, the Canadian Rockies covering a of our town quite a treat last ,Fri a )
i : ,L : : William Duncan a acuity has got a heart, taken al- I Re-establishment. The third car was between Canadian Pacific Railway. of 373 mile. _. .... day night, when he delivered one AU children troubled with Won
with Ills part as Admire General Supt the _.
laughs the rusl Cameron__ _
b. ( ogether, and what with .". Murray m -- Interesting illustrated lectures an unhealthy color whii:h .nJiai" "
!.i : Trice, a gruff old retired seafarer, and hurry and excitement of the \ of his which I blood and a*a rulu, then 11 man,
w : who finds himself in Kngllsh BO- students connected with the \ ........0............... on Pilgrim's Progress tomach dlHturbnnco. GROVES'
i Murrah licks did well as wenty ....................< :.. he illustrated with seventy-five
) ; clety. : d difficult : LESS CHILL TONIC Kivuo 'rUJar
; i !)how they saw the great ; KVKUGREKNOlri. .
: Cella Farady's father and El lmer the school was working) against, : HIGHLAND : I l TilE FORUM I F. r\. Hosier. Cor.) beautiful colored pictures.J. returned to his two or three week will enrich,
McMillan did commendably as Tat- W. Nommo improve the dilution and leu..
: ver a society swell Interested in and made the tests must about have as, anyway easy;- Ml.. H. 12. Hick. Cor.Miss .. :......................I. home in Clearwater last Friday eral Strengthening. TonI x tilt r
possible. They .
'si1 politics. as because several good grades ........................ Editor Telegraph: Evergreen: Feb. 24.-Mr. an morning after a visit with his sister yitem.the Nature will and the the' Child\bro..1
dispel worms
in Mrs. Jess Sautulers and sisters, Miss Ada Nimmo.
.., ;4 The minor parts were quite cfe turned in. Dora Chltty left Wednesday allow me space in youi in perfect health. Pleasant to t U c.
Plense and sister
keeping with those of the leads, Misses\ Ruby and Mae Saunders of Mr.
i..?. Nolan Canova and Paul Knigh I The old auditorium sure, was aIIcene to spend a few days at he: good paper to tell a little of ray Clay county, were the guests of Miss Florrie Belle, of Alachua,, A cloned package wit. h of e Grove's Liver! NIG Pilb.:

,..p. ,f tr gave laughable comedy as two society of great activity last week home at Lochloosa before taking i a experience In Bradford county. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prlngle Sunday were the guests of their brother, TASTELESS who wish to tnk'HrLtoti a Lantivsinewrac:art

; L' rivals and luy Andrews dl< tho saying goes. All kinds of position at Maxville as second trick I lived here for several y-eart Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and C. A. Dirt last Sunday. with the Tonic.IiiIuultluuIlOttltttIlllltlilllltI.

ia r4 well as the butler. Huth Stern !)jenos, for the matter, scenes ol operator for tile Seaboard.F. but thought I could do better in children, of Sapp, spent Sunda.;! visiting relatives at New .
b arg's I important pot of Cella Fa lisa Jackson yelling for the easl visitor South Florida, BO I went down with Mrs. Hester Sapp. were -

': .t'L1 raday's sister' gave an outsandlni to stop playing basketball and to D. Lang was a business there and stayed three years in ,I Waldo Prlngle and Cheathen River .unday. carriedto ,, A

.. 7.wa..1! : performance and ICstelle Kendrick rome play play. There were other to Jacksonville Saturday. different places, but my health got Peele were visitors to Gainesville Miss Jewell! Wiggins was
Starke Sunday night to undergoa
and Lena Belle Shepard acted out IIcenes of Miss Jackson. Her permallty Mrs. W. M. Ferris was shoppingIn poor and I came back to Starke Saturday LAND
their bits as society ladles excel !) in fact, continually doml- Jacksonville Monday.T. and I have steadily improved Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and serious operation.[ are glad

.. v.i lently. lIatethe stage. That's why H. Sweat of Jacksonville was since. A year ago last September ,' baby spent the week-end with Mrs. she is Improving nicely.Dr. business SURVEYINGSUbdividing
.. E. L. Bigga was a
r/ JA The dramatic talent exhibited l Is "rtreen Stockings" was what Itwas. a visitor here Saturday.Mr. I bought a house and a hlfacre'of Hester Sapp.
New River ,
visitors to
V ? even more surprising when it is Scenes af a bevy of blushing and Mrs. II. C. Wlmberlj land from Mr. Sterl courtJleY"'j Mr. Reddick Gainesville,, Sunday the Draft

)'11tkr. realized that over half the cast was beauties looking rather silly to the had as guests Sunday, Mr. and and I was to pay a $ spent Friday night with Mrs. C, A, We appreciate greatly help
friends during the
given by our
..1 enjoying Its first play" Thparts strains of Flapperette. Whatever Itwas Mrs. Nelson T. Green and baby of and six percent interest. On the Pringle. us age Systems

Jr. L., were divided among three must have been pretty mad, Starke. 14th day of February Just past I I Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and chll- illness. of our sister, Jewell! Wlglns. Accurate Work

i seniors five Juniors, three sophomores judging from the capers of the Ilev. Leonard Taylor' of Jacksonville finished paying for my home andIt urea were the guests of her sister ; The Wiggins family.

;t Ii1. and one freshman Tula churul!, Speaking of the chorus, held regular monthly Bel'vices amounted to $1041.96 and I [ Mrs. C. A. Pringle Sunday. I-l n. .i 1'i::., i..itgvricStarke

'I b past was entertained by the motion we wanta compliment Gertie and at the Baptist church Sunday have also bought and paid for ten Mrs. Arch Green and son, Nelson -' from I

'.. .: ( A i. picture, "Hula'1 at the lately theater I I ber gang. They loked swell and morning. acres of land two miles south of of Starke. were business visitors q' and Bladder Kidney I Fla.

., ,. jip. ';;: after the play, through theL did well. That little girl on thelert Mrs. J. A. Starling Ivslted relatives town. During this time I have ; to Evergreen Fridays I. Trouble. Don't I
.. the management. child to the right fed and clothed my familyof S 'D I let these ninitiiiiiiitiiiiiiinni( "m'w"
t\ of of the sweet Wednesday, also 1g' organs
: at Lawtey time had ..................... ..
..t It was a big night of entertain between the two ulze babies several Mrs. H. D. Prescott and H. L.f'reseott five and part of the e make a martyr

L ment for the crowd present, besides cutles down the row sure looked were guests of Mrs. Hal visiting: relatives.I NEJJ'JIIVER : you.Heed the first
iz The I'urple PopCorns ? Well, as we were SInnte Prescott want to say here that If warning that "things are I CASKETand
'1 play. neat what Miss
., j the I 1 tie Butler and Just MM| Kttsie: Hupp, Cor. .1 not right."Drink freely of water I COFFINS &
orchestra con- excitement of those rearsels I will WORK hard they
r j the school saying, the : at Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. anyone '' and take Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Cap- I of
; sisting of Nolan Canova and lmer the' bang ot the piano, II. C. Wimberly and C. M. ao wonders In Bradford! county, ..................4.S.. mile,. A world famous remedy for kid- I a Full LID

.. 1 4 McMillan saxophonists and Paul the music- the flare-the color, IrlllU were visitors. to Starke but they need not expect td* get on New River, Feb. 24.-Mr, and ney liver,bladder and uric acid troubles I Suppli

.. ,f.! Knight pianist, assisted by Owen rtalnly kept things moving. Per- Monday. If they Just sit down and complain.I !\lira. M. J. Johns were business since 1696. I IIAARLEPA | Undertakers

c. ft Griffin, violinist, and Joe Thomas, loonallY, that's what we like. Itgives J. F. Ansley of Hawthorne ar- wish to thank my! patrons for visitors' to Lake Butler Tuesday 'LD l\r l I AUTOMOBILE HEARS

: ;' drummer, gave popular music. On you something to keep your I''rved[ Wednesday to fill a position the work they have given me in Mr. llermle Kelly and sister,

: the stage tie highly versatile mln\ on and a plentiful supply of here with S. A. L. Ry.. Co. my general repair shop and trust !\illsa Lois and Miss Eunice Whlte- OIL .. Always ..e h.Ji.. .Tkt .... bi BP'1.5.
Elizabeth Andrews recitations. Let's Tuesday future they will remember iead were visitors to Starke Fri- ._ th. l I....t pH .i5'REG1SURSD
). s ; yound, lady cuses: for poor Mrs.: E. Prescott spent that In the J""" I..I. t ntlon .. t.i.tripb
i favored the crowd with two vocal have more of that sort of thing.EIOILTII vlth relatives In Lawtey.IUSINU me when wanting workIn lay.We At.U druigliu. fi three .1_Look for Uwn I ItMHALJI

selections. But the mlg extra features S S my line. I am always ready for are sorry to learn that Mrs. .roa on thp blue .od gold boc.I JONES

4Pt were the two choruses "The (alt.lii'l work in my shop on Ninth street, 11 H. F. Wiggins Is on (the sick list DEWITT C.

furnishing two the depot. I his week, but we all hope she will I Get this STARKE. FLA.
a Six eighth grade "Blue ,Bird"id Ul8Ing'Feb.2Mr: J. N. Norman near Bradford __ ____ _
and dance number and a Junior The Yours for boosting Boon recover. iGninuitMdtacur
1. 'Yi;; t Bong chorus of six little maidens also Its regular meeting last Wed- and son, Leroy, made a busl- jounty, 1 I Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins and Mrs. I remedy _ 'Ie
to Waldo Friday.Mr. SLARK business visitors 'tohln.' 1>1""lnll'.
entertaining with two songs. mclay. flea strip C. II. I J. L. Johns were !HHnijorProtrudmirt'lle! -
'. of Parker, chairman of propram Frank Norman ,and Wilton *or i- -- -
', The whole was quite worthy Billy 5 to Starke Wednesday I money .
Jet th I
the receipts which amounted to ; committee had charge of themeeting. Conner were visiting In the Crosby ............ Among those who attended business -I funded bands tab vltb t>H.pies,net...th.tin box,tte.
I.-a. ,t ...........4
i "'
Lake section Sunday. In Lake Butler Saturday : :PAZO OINTMENT I Flow
kh;14.: 1 1126.50.- Thu rrklliiuHna' nuns.11 were--. made_nn__. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Ingrahamand 4 PINECASTLE : were?!*" Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Glover; I -' Say it with

Thursday afternoon at 2:15, the Clyde MorganChickadee.Lester little son. also Mr. and Mrs. :. SIU. Clemmle nail Cor. Mr. and !Mrs.\ O. W. Andrews;.Mr. I Flowers For At

students marched In a body to the Price Hoblnson-Turkey Henry Holmes and son of Jacksonville M. II. Moody!\ Mr. and Mrs. N. G'I

t 'k' the courthouse in response to uu Buzzard. were guests at the home olJ ........................ Moody and children; Mrs.: Earnest I I OccasionsGertrude

Invitation extended to hear a lecture Vincent Alvarez-Hoopoe. N.,Norman Sunday.Mr. Pine Castle, Feb. 21Mr. and I'arrlshfr.!\ and Mrs. J. a. Johns, Colds .

4 given by Orosvenor Dawe. of Ida Mae Conner-Jack Daw.J. T. N. Norman had the misfortune Mrs. A. C. Hall and son Quitman, :\Iet'lrs. Wesley and Jim Hersey.Mr. -

t.., t the state agriculture depeitment. U. elly-Plgeon. of sticking a nail in been hie of Waldo, spent one day last week !M.\ Wiggins was a business When the air passages of the Godbej

Mr. Dawe, who Is conducting a S of physical foot last Wednesday. It has with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.We Throat and Nose are inflamed
of Florida's( Industrial r Despite the scarcity but we hope will soon I !Mrs.F. \ Anderson
,jr research the past month,, very serious C. Hall. are sorry to report that from a Cold, the inflammation
period .
t Bources, has traveled extensively, education for oe well again. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Youngbloodand A. Andrews was seriously hurt I will remain until the Cold is gone. --
: and with his experience In the busl'l many boys have found place Mr. H. M. McUae and Lee Haiti- Lawton and Manuel; of In a fall this morning at her home. I To work off the Cold and to fortify 39 Waldo, r
as sons
I .. ness world, and his close an old exercise favorite" known hgaining wanger spent, the week-end In Wai-.1 Graham, spent Friday with her We are sorry to know that Mr. I the system against Grip and .Phone
This sport
dlI, Florida, he had a wealth of Inter- "Jump;lor-downs. the uo visiting relatives.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall. and !Mrs.\ Eustis Kelley's house was Influenza, ....... v-
and parents
esting information for the stu- great popularity the of W. E. Burney of Starke was I Mr. Gillette and son were visiting totally destroyed by fire today. Taka'I -
dentn. This was presented In a ,campus Is frequently viewingthe visiting[ her daughter, Mrs.. Annie I Mrs. G. W. Shemeld one day Miss Eunice Whitehead spent .nBJir" \..

straight-forward businesslike talk long Hues of spectators Crawford of this section Thursday., the week-end at her home in Law-
to last weeklI | -
considerably enjoyed by game.; Skilled Jumpers are and Mrs. Lonnie
was Born to his

.. It that the roomful of young people.at length: bo Gerald had, Cox Including Monk Glenn DInklns McMillan and,, Grawford a son, Feb. 12th.- I brother. Clyde, Oscar Hall Hall.was of Waldo visiting, last tey.Mr. Guy Andrews who is attending (\\Bromo For: colds,

.. j.A Mr. Dawe discussed --- school In Starke, spent the
Products week.
In Overstreet. Lake Worth Acebal Quinine
certain Industrial revealed l possibilities many valuable Gary Company new Industry here, will Mr. A. C. Hall left Sunday for week-end with his parents, !Mr.\ and 4 ) and flu take

., : Florida and the .u-I Last Monday Prof. Dowllng wa establish plant at 29th Avenue and Miami to attend the U. S. Court. I Mrs.!\ G. W. Andrews.Mr. tabletsIt
rt facts compared called to Tallahassee on accuun Mr. O. W. Sheffield and 'Mr. Truby Murrhee and little ,

,i and sugar questions. lIe I' of ilness In his family. Supt. WU. Dixie highway. Steamship terminals Geo. Green were attending to business [ son. ot New Smyrna and his mother -
.. rt present situation of Florida'sIndustrial Palm Beach- is easy to get rid of a Cold if
the served principal during hll Friday. Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of Starke,
gins as Palm Beach com In Hampton .
times. of
progress to recent .at port you don't neglect it too long.' Get

i A f Mr.: Dawe commented favorably absence. pleted. ',IAIIIIMIIUUIIUtttl1I111UIIIIIIMI""IU"IUllunlllll'lU"m'I1II"' .11II' dWU"IIIU.1I1III1III11IUIII11IIIIIIIIWIIUtIIII'.1HAROLD / ,' a box of BROMO QUININE. :30c.

; upon local agricultural benefits The school ia well burled Sat( $ ,o00.o00 was expended for The boz be.re ,,C' 'V) .,Jt
of hotels and restaurants r- II this elauatun ( s".ej2OV: -
I and davantages.lie the work of the second semester construction WALL p.
closed this educational lecture The report cards tor the tltt I In Florida during past year.
the people not week Building construction In state -Proven Merit since 1889- MASIC P
by calling on month were given out this TRADZ
; fri to believe in, not to work for, their This month has been noteworth) during 1927 approximated $120- INSURANCE

w locality alone, but to be ambitious In that fewer demerits were give 901.900. BILIOUS?

'for the state ns a whole. Florida tI past four weeks than any othe! Tampa-Improvements completed STARKE, FLORIDARepresents ,

., .. it cannot be an Industrial success until month this year. There are etil at Hyde Park Methodist church. the Host Leading Insurance Companies atronapur.Don't weaken..... Taks your Lan bowels,'. Pills with to
.? this Ideal Is carried out, he said.\ decldely too many however. Tampa-Tampa Fire Department tone your liver and the bila Relieves the coni
.c ti S extends call service.Jacksonville30. FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, BOND LIABILITY flowlnlr. Feel better ssa otto complicl
: Jacksonville-Southern Bell! Tel. Leesburg-New business build. apartments tot MITCHELL'S DRUG ITOftElLANE'S prevents recover:

,, & Tel. Co., Initiate. tlephone er- lag under construction on. Vfe be built on Pearl street between ADJUSTMENT! MADE PROMPTLY. and hastens

t. .r S ,ice between this city and Belgulm..WttU. Main street near 13th. 55th and 66 th streets. __ItIIIInIJ _I 11I111ID1IJUIIIIIII1II11111U11111111ft11111111UI' ftnllllI1111tIInmI1lftUlllmnmm! """"'mmmxuaimimmmm"" PILLS





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__ ,,- .-- -t, Fix Program To WIIV .\ IIULI-PAST Plant Satsuma Orange The Glen St. Mary Nurseries has .r 11 ; J

I )been among the pioneers and have I t.
The object of the W C. T. U. ) '
Florida in Short Paragraph Florida Increased their Satsuma holdings Ii Iiby '
Newts o' Advertise State I is to unite the women of the coun- Groves In North 200 acres.

the home -- ------
effort to protect ----
In an ---- -- -
M n. Lane of Suvannah, a well I
'enundttee of "State! and cigarette lit these I trees In grove I
kayo Moots ( i abolish the liquor Ferris In ('lay Countytlpivl planting; known banker, him increased his
Chamber Here to Draft I tratlic both the legal and illegal, list. With (hove Of 1 la now under way, The work In' Satsuma plantings; considerably i''

Live State NewsTOLD I Plan. and to bring about the triumph ot | 1,4>OO AtlfH being done under! the able supervision and Col. T. L. Huston, owner ot ,

for Christ's Golden Rule in custom of their horticulturist\ Aubrey the New York Yankees baseball s'r
Feb. 14
Jacksonville, -
12.NorthFlorida out thirty acres at I I
Fob club. Is setting
and la law. Jacksonville Frlnk, a former nurseryman of k
advertising Florida out ot funds and has planned
Brunswick, Oa.
for Its
Now that woman can express is becoming famous and II.Inn thoroughly \
wide experience
provided In a special appropriation I ILiy the ballot she I to add fifty acres more thin season. '; .
BY OUR EXCHANGES herself through Satan ma oranges and thousands of potted on the Sntsuma Thetecistou W. Townsend, of Union, county s
J. i
the legislature were laid at a must do so. It a group ot women ,
represents arrow are being; planted thla section ( to'innke this planting was I has seventy acres in Batsuraas ,

_.._ ......,----.--. .. ------0-- I meeting here today In the Carling such ,as will Uilsxorganization use the power that it of the state, according\ nursery ruached only after a searching: Investigation and It\ also Increasing his acreagethis : rc dl
_------a-wl hotel of a special committee named otndalw. Among tho most Important \ had Ino.lll'lllelboyol1l1 Considerable acreagein .
Roebuck & Co., ] them by driving a truck fort [ has our homes and country will : year.
Sears. by the Florida State Chamber otCommerce. hands groves being put in is that a doubt Unit the fILhumlwOllhl from two to ten acre have been

arm ? a lease for a large .' clothes cleaning. eaubllshment.. I be Woman's in safe duty is to protect her of the J. C. Penney-Owlun Corporation produce more revenue than anything set out In and around Jacksonville. f ,
j used as a retail' which is planting 1000 acres amount Invested .-- 1
of for the
be else
commissioner safeguarding i
hlrrto Nathan !Mayo the Interest and '
,1\1.\ I TallahasBee--Florida voters next home and Meyersl'igglyViggly opens
,,-dinff to announcement agriculture for Florida., attended of the home can never ''at Penney Farms in Clay county Comment I on 'heir purchase, Ft !
I W.D.Doug- November in addition to electing I Aityono who is at all ftimlllnr the following new. tore In Mcflregor\ lloulevard ,
; ? Friday by the meeting. It was for the chief until every cltlzeirfnthat tlr. Frlnk makes
'? be established
\ ? Deall.h, of United States hall.
the city
L. II. a president with the career of Mr. Penney opposite t
with Commissioner statement-:
Anting of center-ring vote to express
purpose home uses a ,
"" The and various state and county officers Inventlgatea and !Mount IHirn Improvements 1f
general manager. i Mayo that the meeting for good and knows that he "From 1896 to 1906 when I was
(\ 111 9-000 square feet of1pa'I : will\ be called upon to register called Karl Lehmann. executive personal opinion follow the advice considers a proposition from I actively engaged in the nursery costing thousands' of dollars( will ) a
111 linn their wishes regarding the proposed was mothers before invent Ing. hud shortly be made on property of At-
angle North Florida, I
awry In
ot bll..hle"K
secretary of the Orange county by that greatest {
i \ four Important given long ago of knowing untie Coast Line Hallway here ;
adoption' that habit
"' It Is ait excellent opportunity to study f t t
chamber of commerce who said, .
constitutional l amendments all tenchers, of oil the facts nnd knowing the flrxt. I 'I Plant City- Work started on \
_Floridaahassre spent $31-I The committee which reSldOII'1 The business! meeting of the) W. sure tho Sutitumu. From artillery I ?
its common- products of the 1927 legislate at In advance that a thing U sound Impressed with the variety asming construction of Armory at
schooling remain In session until held Jan 5 to( 28, vale
to .
) 'I'' C T U. was
.' during the scholastic Briefly the proposed amendments decided threethingotitle In the \Municipal that has enabled \Mr. Penney's very profitable! and extremely field q,
II' upon rooms
[ j
prnoon. organization
pupils will receive
) would give the legislature powerto the __.. from the modestbeginning 11II has Florida on July 1st
to faith
'.6-27: which ended last morning; First, it decided to building. 25-- members h pros' holdings! grow; hardy, and my from federal 1
: -
In a late reduce the biennial swamp ot advertising 1 by of one small\ store to a been j Justified! by Inter develop approximately $35,000 l'let
shown opened
t9is employ an agency to prepare \ ,ent. The meeting was ; for national for fro j'I ;
educa1 local bills; establish beyond the great chain of over 1.000 stores Its extreme hardiness and government
LaiM'i' .of statistics on copy\ for the campaign; "Wind\ the White Hlbbon ments. t, j
) flinging,
\ made by shadow ot a doubt that local bills and niado him an outstanding figure qualities combine to highways '
in the state I' It derided to recommendexpenditure Nation" Thea the 4-1 early 11 peril UK/ "
"'k second Hound the to be expended -
I \I been given the required publication American trade and finance safe fruit to plant, Ja'kllonvllle--S1
,'nwthon' state superlutendt > have of $10,000 for exhibits :Psalm\ was read by the President In muko It fairly building at
remodeling' r
change the system ot taxation third it agreed followed by }The Penney-Owinn Corporationhas and the fart that It reaches the tor :
[t publl'' instruction. at state fairs and :Mrs\ T N. Stripling of Buy and llogau streets. : l
and Increase Satsuma varieties, corner
I for school purposes almost equal emphasis in Mrs. Fagan our past purchased 10.000 inurket attend ot other twt
to lay by In UeBsey
and mill- prayer in speaking of their I !high (quality Stuart -Yreo planting :
the compensation troos and together with Us ;
Florida legionnaires campaign upon agriculture the business reports : +
advertising After
I the .
Iatktl laying plans for theirsnnuat I age allowance of the legislators \ and industry of Florida. matron.were made a letter from Mrs. \}Florida" developments Mr. Penney sliouldd rnnble It to always find a Addition .started.llollywoodPlans making for j''
already held themselves. \, has the following\ to Buy regarding mile nt good prices Our rpft-
to be will be spent thanking the members only
l convention The larger portion Futch was read home for 1 Hollywood
: ...._, '. thin planting oflir construction: of new
Coral Gables.: The agriculture of lovely sunshine box Salsunln I non for making

,year March ai 26 to 28. Notices I I Miami-Ray Jackson, 38 ot MIami upon Florida advertising according to a tentative they for sent the her also a letter from, \ "\\'e are 'sold oft Snt llll\l\S. I ....\.."u"1.11t....nU. .... la... that__un we consider I It MnHonlo Lodge. _
aI", by Howard Rowton. the was seriously Injured when agreement this morning:, but an almost the Marcus Fagg Orphan Home,, ( insider" our Satsuma plantings

ou adjutant, call attention to the ;a seaplane of the Cuba-American equal sum will\ be expended thanking the W C. T. U., for their) best and safest investment we have "
with 19 persons aboard, advantages the, yet made at Penney 1.'ar111R.'e
of Florida will airlines ot the industrial Tho collection for
ititled that, each to post two delegates and plunged Into Biscayne bay 2 miles In telling of the state. No selection was donation.Sallle Walker Milk Fund was taken did not decide to make this largo On Scratches or Skin Abrasions

JddlOonal for each additional from shore from an altitude of 200 made of the media to be used but and $".25 was given. expenditure until after the most infec L.tioninsurequickhealing.Thereforerememberto .
of the crew, a government careful and painstaking Invetttlgatlon. should be used prevent ,
I'i feet. Members newspapers ot large circulation 1 I Mrs. D. W Bloodsworth will I cv -an antiseptic I
it was
members. 9 inspector and 12 other published outside ot the have charge ot the \Medal contest. We have set asldo 1,000 1

Haven_Horticulturists passengers escaped serious Injury. state, magazines and farm and industrial I Mrs. V.V. Frledberg was elects I acres for this planting, and are

tinier,any here sections next April of Florida to attend will The planes'crash two motors came stopped when without of the chiefly. No papers billboard would advertising be used Publicity present -sported Reporter 104 The visits member 2'()) putting In all the In land 350 we acres could now get, which ready\ Use I $I&&< >HE at Once! d

As fast
mot Flor- warning while the machine was tUIted It said. for the sick for this lI\\>rlng's planting. ; )
was ;
ot the engaged In, an' 13 bouquets 4
convention be cleanses cuts
annual of is to I trays ot the land will Borozone Liquid a powerful antiseptic, '. ',
Horticultural Society. Into a turn and the power the meeting were Ver- icetlng, was closed will as the preparation Powder
Attending The i Borozone ;
State thoumind and kllli
ot the wounds germs.
insufficientto the rest and
Cor- "
Franci permit
second motor was Gables
has definitely set the Knowles, of Coral by Mrs. Stripling. astenshealing.Keepbothhandy.
organization at April 10 straighten the craft out in the non Charles L. Leach manager prayer Memorial Day will b<, adios will be set out." applieduttcrtrw liquid t >. v'Corpening's
meeting date poration! K.: Willard State rr
ext Florida
600 and 700 deles air Charles A. Rowe pilot leveled of the chamber ot commerce celebrated Feb. 20th at 3 p. m. Olllclala( ot the Sol J By
J Between the machine Just before it struck Karl Lehmann, of Or- Hall East Main St., N farm at Halford in Ilradford county Drug Store a pt
's expected, and a program Monticello; Epworth '
are but the force of the Impact Morton of invited. recently have purchased a'I
and water Walter cordially
interest to the society the lando; Dr. D. The public is '
,nth and the
ot the of 20,000 Hutsumas
for the memberstake ripped the bottom out Penney-Gwinn Farms; Commissioner Press Reporter block

.rtalnment place. [cabin and cockpit. The plane was Mayo; Phil S. Taylor of the ,

of agriculture; T. t
(sunk. state denartment ;

lewbton-wlth the prices In o :Hundreds m of thou J. Brooks, director of bureau state 01 "," >>."fv'\IY''t.,. ..):::. i''''''Ma1x. ,,) ". .,.. ",.../.,...,,....:'." !( .>{ { I I
I .
market steadily I Tallahassee- ; L. M. Rhodes ... ,!F: .o, w qy.. ;t ;. .:"> ...'X'.;".f+, .A "y..0'' ',...w. ".
north potato to Immigration ,...:..,'.,',.."-' Nb. .'' .'..". :,"" .Ji.'ji!,. .. w ,". X... } ." .'
week sands of fingerling fish are : Al HarI .'A ", ''\' "'N'"' ;f.7 v." .' > t
easing for the past marketing commissioner "' 'J.'i<: -r'T ;a, .
turned into the waters I of the Believers \
first carload be shortly director
Alston shipped Its ', I' ris, executive .
ot the
which, Florida through activities and Dudley
of the season of in Jacksonvlle r"
potatoes riling to current prices, shouldrn state shell fish department, T. Rr Haddock of the Florida State h
commissioner -
$51,900 for the Hodges, the department of Commerce.
more than announced. Three hatcheries was named dur- ,..", ....... I

bushels.he were scheduled to are to be In operation soon one ,'ing The the committee administration of Herman : {: ;\ : .:. ::i:
potatoes thisk \Velaka, one on the St. Johns of the state tt! ... .: .... ,..:.:.
h the Chicago markes late at Lake Okee- Dann as president ,/ I.. .. .. ; '
and will be virtually the first river and the third on betaken I'chamber. ,1t / > -:

from the state. chobee and trom them are' to this ,
Its i shipment million I ; Fair opened I C
the Red' Bliss from__ three to five I Volusta County .
c shipment was crappie' bream, shad I wee-k'ta immense crowds and the" t '
excellent quality. black bass, I*
and of an and live-
lety 0 I II I and herring Mr. Hodges has Just exhibitions of agriculture!: Is saidto ,
United and flowers '
that fruits
Senatorn been advised stock,
It .
allahassee-- is Inellg- State Bureau of Fisheries, Washington be excellent In-every particular.The }> .
S Taylor of Largp Exposition > .
In operation Central Florida <
to hold the office of governor, will participate herring I' next week for 5
of the 1927 legis- of the state's shad and opens In Orlando the .
.r members for various hatchery on the St John's river.The days beginning on Tuesday 'i"

Ire are Ineligible bureau is sending Hugo Crasser 21st. i ii1t
member :
and every
offices (
iity the Pla- .
the state senate ot 1925 Is In- fish culturlst hatchery to direct The annual Orange; Blossom Fes- itJ4nb
ible 10 seek any office whatever those
of .
state, At- the production great
U>r >the\ laws of the Commissioner Largo In March and gives :..
to ,
nev General Fred H. Davis de- Crasser will report March 1, and promise ot excelling all previous r
with the Hodges here exact date
brief filed line. The .
led in a to the St. |efforts in
(9( supreme court. I will be taken at once I for the festival has not been an- .
S hatchery.
., nounced. .
-Chasing an A. C. L. |i with only a
;alnr ivllle From a small lake -Old Baby Grand
ni down West Main street and of water and practically Winter Park '. .
few feet undergoing $40- -
.'r catching It, playing a line ot unknown outside of Broward county Theater here II """ --"' ,. '. -.

hose on it. was the novel ex- deep water port which has 000 remodeling program. ot .
to a marking ::
fire- cocoa-Systematic' ;: .:
tence of the ualnesvllle nationally known In less : .
old -
,rs last night. Shortly after than become one year, tells the story ot streets in Cocoa east of :: y: '

telephone in the fire made by engi-
nt the being of
the progress neach-Constructlon'
chief BevillebIn being' Palm .
Ion and Mabel now
rang Port Bay
neers at highway .
( were urged to hasten around constructed midway between Palm Beach-Fort ;".. .
West !Maldnorth, where a carHowever- Lauderdale ana Hollywood. will begin\ this month. :: .

,___ ..uia.....>. .. Fort .
d' of luga were .u. -
train was moving and was fln- ( I .

.. cornored at the foot of main .. .
I .. )
let, and the fire, speedily ex- Permanent strttts area good .\ ...

mulshed./ invutmtnt-1\ot a1ex tns&Don't ..
:;:. :
lant City--The first carload of I -.; ". .
.. \
I .
current season
berries of the

H moved out of Plant City or Let Your ., V ,
+ 1sy y
lnesday< night of last week with r v t
the 7 I
ad> ot 3,232 quarts which cost Community Make }

> shipper on the plat form $1- :

I 23 The car was loaded by E. Same MistakeWithin

Wiggins for E. H. Kingman & ; J

wpany Boston. A second cars /

In process of loading yesterday eveloped forModern '

I was expected to be forwarded I communitieshave
recent years many .
i of the great winter strawberry made the mistake of paving their d) )
ter tonight Several cars a week considered "bar--
what they
expected to move forward from highways at -
o from now on during the gain price." The taxpayers thought JMotors.

'fht! of. the season. would save thousands of dollars.In < I

has t. '
the maintenance /
instances fN
"a>tona Reach-Captain Mal- many wiped out the hoped for saving
nt Campbell of London. Eng- not only And in
original cost.
'I.1 narrowly escaped serious In- but has exceeded +
les while driving his Napler- many cases also it has been necessary to

leblrd speed car on a trial run build entirely.new streets oi permanent CLEAN

the beach here Thursday The construction. SAFE oil gasoline It .

at car struck al bump in the There communities.however,which '. J iUI
HI> I while going 170 miles anT are the best.
is not
and took a long Jump whiche know the several
built streets

t. observers The pan of estimated the car,at which 100 Many years ago.of And these they also built for permanence, speeds and in- hottest friction spots in any mo
about a three inch clearance with concrete. THE safe from destructive wear.

i damaged but Campbell was streets, built in accordance engine heat of modtor

hurt, The car was returnedthe Those with concrete approved standards of highway demand special care Your modern car will also perform -

garage where the damage. construction, are in as good condition ern motors oil and much better with clean
the pan will be repaired at onceJacksonville choice of motor
r today as when they were built. in your Pan-Am gasoline. Unusual care ,l ,

Dr. n. A. Norris, Which of then communiticj will yours bet gasoline. removed the dirt
'e a prominent Detroit physician in refining has

"Sed to have abandoned a $15- Pan. carbon-forming. elements N
with safe and
') yearly practice in the Michigan Sand today for: our frit illuntrattd bookUt"CotKTtU Protect your car That /

y to come here and live in vlr- Streets JOT' Your. T ourI\ oil. This oil is tougher found in many gasolines.
Am motor
'1 poverty with the woman he fmeans cleaner motorlessfin

ed, was being sought by offlrs because it is refined from par a

on a capias after he and the PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION: crudes. It keeps tht. carbon trouble extra power.

>man, Della Peterson also of De- 521 Graham BuildingJACKSONVILLE. base c

>it< had forfeited bonds of $250 FLA. .

fh la criminal court on statutory -.
the A National Org""; !lti> n to I
argee. Charges against

uple 10 testified were made at the by Mrs.preliminary Norris, Improve and Extend the_ L>x. ap/ Concrete Pan "'r'ran; Petroleum Corporation.v l

ring of the couple that she had OUlculD 33 Chin

lowed them here to discover .. :.
em living in a hut near Camp ......,. "

aston. while Dr. Norris supported- 5. F

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"ti : C I i.a.t : ItUOWNLKK: 1IO.MK: ) i 4 : K sel .9s ti. How to PlayBRIDGE

The lovely country home of Mrs,

elJ and Mrs. J. M. ,Drown lee was the; % I

f : : scone of a large leathering Sunda;: 121 We Square: Our .Service B

In honor of* the ninetieth bIrthday; Jerics .i32Z-aa by ,' ... ,., : ,. "'I ;,!, ,
I anniversary of her father Col. W
Phone 29 i iI I T. Weeks.At I Wynne Ferguson The Golden Rule'!

noon a bountiful family dinner i Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE
was nerved. Lighted red candies -

v t + ,1: NItM..tNf)1IR8.: O. :M. IVMANNXTKHTAl.V : fiiicMMKimxo: : : / OK w. M. M.Ol' cant thWr mellow glow and I Copyright 1927 by Hoylc. Jr.

i ; : ; TWKXT1 KTHCKXTURY : <<< :.MKTIIOIHST CHtltril: centering the table wAs a mlaturi+ I '.

CLUB cherry tree, while the place cardwere I ARTICLE No. 19
r Mrs. A. Z. Adklns was hostess I small red hatchets carrying ------------ --.- .
1 The attractive home of Mr. and Monday afternoon to'Circle Num- out the George Washington idea There is one point about the bidding ever, that the player docs hold at least --------.- -.
I feature that frequently puzzles even the most three small trump, he may assist hispartner's --------
An Interesting was a laraewhite
., Mrs. 0). M. Inman was the scene of !bur One of the W. M.\ S., of the+ experienced bridge players. Partner has bid if he holds any of the following -.. .- .-.--
a lovely bridge party for members Methodist church. birthday cake. The rooms,I bid a suit! and the ppponcnts have over :! supporting values: First, aces; ,

w of the Twentieth Century Club lag) I I Miss Olivia Hay led the devotional were decorated attractively with bid. With what type of hand should a kings and queens of the other suits;
e potted plants and ferns. raise his bid? second ability short or
i Thursday evening. al Dible questions at the beginning player partner's to trump some
suite Col. Weeks was the recipient ot One of the first points to notice is missing suit; third, the fact that the
The rooms were opened en I of the meeting, and Mrs
that raise (for hand holds four
ftlVJ numerous useful and appreciable no player: has a justifiable supporting or more
with four tables arranged tot W E. Mlildleton, circle leader lei gifts. A box of cigars given him his partner a suit bid unless he has at cards of a partner's suit, or three to an "Do unto others as you would have ]
t cards. At the close of the progres- In the (discussion Of the first chapter least. three small trumps or two to an honor. Please note that the values of ;them d
the U. D. C., accompanied by
n ? i along scores. were totalled and of "New Tasks for New Times." by a honor. Lacking .irh holdings in thetrump. the high cards in support of partner's is than '
+N high prize for the ladles was which Is the missionary book foi very appropriate birthday card suit, a player should deny not best bid. are very nearly double their unto you" more a slogan-its inm-e,, the:

i awarded Mrs. O. L. Ileasley, which study at this time. was highly commended. assist: his partner's bid. Provided, how sure trick or defensive values.
Enjoying the hospitality ot !Mr. "Fair and Square"-it's the most
proved to be novelty)' card table the social half hour the pt'lifitao, .
l During ]
and Mrs. Drownlee In celebrating 'iHity to trump some short or missing suit" is i usually valued as follows:
cover. Low for the ladles a box hostess, assisted by her daughter,,,
t of handkerchiefs, wan presented to Hazel and her mother Mrs. M.. his event with Col. Weeks were: A doubleton is worth H trick with 3 trumps and 1 trick.. with tu," saingleton" business rule ever laid down.
" "
A 2
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and 1
Holding high '
; Mrs. N. SturnberR. E. Edwards, served tempting A blank suit 2 3 "
Merla and W.
children, Virginia
for the men, Dr. K. L. Iifggs received sandwiches and hot tea with or
a picture while Mr C. A. Futch ange. Yellow jessamine were effectively T., of Hrooker; Mr. and Mrs S. "The fact that the supporting hand holds four or more cards of partner's suit This is our conclusion after years of [tf-o,,
received a pair of silk Hocks as low placed In wall vanes and T. Dell and children, of Gainesville or three to an honor,"is usually valued as follows: : ting.

prize. baskets, thereby giving a touch of ; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall Three small trumps.......???......?..............v................... 0 trick
e Mrs. Inman served her guests a early spring to the comfortable JIvIng Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Wall Mrand The ace or king.....?..................................................,...? 1", ,
delirious fruit salad course with Mrs. W. O.f Stringfellow and two The queen.......?.._...........?................................??....?... J II
<< D. E. l Knight and
mints being room.Irs. ; children, of Palatka, A. E. Wall Four small trumps........................................................ 1 "
ti .p Iced tea. heart-shaped Mrs. James Pickerell, with Mrs.H. Jr., Milton, Jr., and Martha Brown- Four trumps headed 1 by an honor............................... 1 plus honor value --,----
on the tables during the games. V. Knight as piano accompanist, Five small trumps......."............................................... 1H ----- -----
Enjoying the hospitality of Mr. the with the lee. Five ...... ..... 2 II' -eee-r ea..a.a-- ..
i favored company trumps headed by an honor. ,.. .. ....... .
and Mrs. Inman were: Mr. and !beautiful lyric "IlOHes'. The entire family was present ? ? _. .__...__-__-_ -_.._..-_ -_..-_..__.____._.._- --..

. Mrs. O. L. Deasley, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Adkins had as tier guests with the exception ot Mr. and Mrs. Two values' must be placed on all Study over this analysis very care I

'. J, J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Miss Olive Hay, Mesdames M. E. J. E. Wilson of Cocoa, soninlawand high cards:First, their value in defense fully and if you thoroughly understandit o
Al daughter of Col. Weeks, and of opponents' bids. This is their sure }'ou cannot help but find it much
8 L. Peek, Mr and Mrs N. Stern Edward. D. M. Knight, 11. V.
James William trick value. Second their value in sup- easier and simpler to decide the question .
$ berg, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I hutch Knight, W. E. Middleton, T. J. Al- one grandson, port of partner's best bid. The latter as to when and how often you
Ii..t i i Dr. and Mrs. J B L. TUgga Mrs. }'. derman, ,Jamesirickerlll\ and Mrs Hrownlee, who is attending dental valuation is much higher than their should raise your partner's suit bid. BANK OF STARKEA

t F. Stump, Mlsa Mable Weller and Alice_ II! Thomas, of Wilmington,. college In Atlanta.11.1MTE1IN sure trick valuation because the chance Here is a neat little problem from one
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that they be trumped is less and of our in Connecticut.
,, .tier :J. J. Truby. Del J may correspondents
: : STAIJIIKTI.N: the chances of setting suit is much Study the before
Circle Number Two was entertained up a bidding carefully you ROLL .OF HONOR BANK
1':KMTKIITAI.; j Their value cards of decide
BlItH.! WYMAX: stronger. as reentry what to do. There are certain
AKTEIIXOOY HHIIHJM: by Mrs. L. A. Davis, with The Starke Chapter No. 166. Or- is also considerable. These addi- very definite principles of bidding con-
+ the following members and visitors der of the Eastern Star held their tional values are practically double' nected with it that make it a most interesting E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashie-

W Friday afternoon Mrs. Lenthal present: Mesdames E. K. Perry- regular meeting at the Masonic i their sure trick value. problem.

Wyman was hostess to the Afternoon man, E.! L. lllggs, A. Wood, Hogan Hall Monday night. When a player makes a suit bid of
Bridge Club at her home at Smith, E. M. Hook's. J. W. White The usual order of the meetingwas one, he t figures that his partner holds Problem No. 29(
9t; I the possibility of at least three tricks in
II. M. Snyder, F. L. Wise L. D.
A member
Lake. : carried out. new
I.' r Klngslay support of that bid. As a bid of one : y :
4 gM$ "i Three tables of players enjoyed Green, Mrs. N. A. ferryman of Mrs. D. W. Moore of Theressa, was heart, for example is a contract to : A B : -

V the afternoon, hand-painted tallies ''''Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Leigh and Miss admitted to the lodge.At take, in the two combined hands, seven t Z ;

r I in original design directing Brown ot Providence, n. I., and the close of the business session out of the thirteen tricks a player lating liar. Doctor bill $1 o. to face

I; I them to their places. ,,Miss Amelia Hay asocial hour was enjoyed and should hold in his own band the possi- Hearts Q Had five arguments with my And never a clieei, >OIl jotf

1 ( At the close of the progressions ii Circle leader Mrs. W. G. Halle delicious sandwiches hot chocolateand bility of taking at (least four tricks with Clubs Diamonds-7- Q.J. 7,6,4 wife--results: one flower vase speak to tlx '.qw.'.
i have been presided over the meeting and served by hearts as trumps These four tricks added broom broken one take
;p high score was found to stuffed dates were smashed one my place
to the three expected to show in Spades Q 10, 8, 5, 4, 2
made by Mrs. Inman who received Mrs. E.! K. Perryman was In charge the hostesses for the evening I the partner's hand compose the seven up No score, rubber game. Z dealt and dish of hash knocked from the table Then here's 10 ,vmii+ \!. heaIi

I!" a lovely box of stationery. Mrs of the devotional and Bible question tricks contracted for when a player bids pa.tsed. passed, Y bid one diamondand one shirt bosom ruined two chap, I drink i> irlder.

'' N. Sternberg made second high and lesson The lesson from U. A. MKKTINUMiss! I one heart.Since a bid of one in the suit B bid one eso-trump. Z bid two handfulls whiskers pulled out 10 to his bride:

i waR given a dainty perfumlzer. i"V I "New Tasks for New Times" was Included at least three expected tricksin spades, A passed, Y bid three diamonds; cents worth of sticking plaster I leave an unfinished ask (101
y, ; Mrs. Wyman served her guestsan led by Miss\ Amelia Ray assistedby Mary Drownlee was hostessto his partner's hand, to raise once and B doubled. Z now bid three spades bought. but God know hough

salad course with Mrs. White ..n. Hooks and the members of the Girls' Auxiliary partner must hold the probability of 4 ([a very bad bid by the Way) A passed, Besides< spent $1,768 and then tried.
appetizing Wor d. of the Baptist church at her tricks;to raise twice partner must hold Y bid four hearts and B doubled. What
z Mrs. failed be elected-so I'll never I've dreamed
hot tea at the dose ot the afternoon. to my >h" im, u
I afternoon. the probability of 5 tricks; to raise should Z do now? An analysis of this
home Monday
Knjoylng this affair were: ) During the social period the devotional and business three times, partner must hold the interesting hand will be given in the run againEx.TO men do but n+< "
j' W. M. guests were favored by a lovely After the true
Mesdames U. M. Inman probability of 6 tricks.Church next article.
duet Mrs. E. L. Ulggs and meeting led by Mrs. W. J. Epperson THI-: FILIOVTAKK ; WJJO'I.L
sung oy And
t Wainwright, N. Sternberg, E. M, my prayer tnrUr tk
Johns, K. F. Demorest, A. Z. Ad- Mrs. E. M, Rooks, with Mrs. J E. sewing for the children's : 3IY PLAt'K: the dreams in I, nt

kins O. L. Boasley C. A, Knight; j jII. I... Perryman as accompanist. In home was worked on. Plans for ) .. .. ... yap4)Q ".s..a'EnG.lX" 1'1.\' \"S by you.

u dt V. Knight) O. L. Itaynen! S. L'I keeping with the season, the hostess observance of prayer week were 41' THIS LI VH] CAXD1DATK (Anonymous) Andwe'll meet i It
', '' Teek and Miss Mable Weller. had arranged a George Washington discussed also a play to be given 'Here's a toast I wan to drink to a Great UnknO1 1 I It
I acrostlc--and for each letter by the auxiliary. 0 Services Below Is given the expense account fellow I'll never know. realms of spm

"CKEllN: WfO lUSm;" In the name of the Father of When the business was attended ... of a political candidate: To the fellow who's going to take And you'll know nr mp

,- I.our Country the guests were to to, a social hour was enjoyed a4 "From this time on he says ho my place when it's time for take your hand md gu
4"4 4)P 4) .
The three-act romedy-daram entitled supply the name of a missionary and at the close- the hostess assIsted .". will always stay out of politics. Because 'I me to go. your tired fare

a 1 "Green Stockings", which In this contest Mrs. J. W. White by her mother, Mrs. II. L. METHODIST! : he says: "I lost four months I've wondered what kind of chap Then all your failures will tt

was presented by the High School wan awarded the first prize, a box Drownlee, served delicious ambrosia ." 1 *. and thirty( three days canvassing he'll be, and I've wished I cess in the light, tt tie

e ':c students of B. It. 8. last Friday ]d dainty face powder while Mrs. and cake.Pre8ent (Enoch Mnrvlnv Rooks 1,349 hours thinking about the could take his hand found dawn-

evening In the auditorium, although U D. Green received the consolalon were.: Martha Brownlee C..1... .. .. <>n ", pastor)_ election, five acres of cotton twen- Just to whisper_ ... L"I wish_you L_. .well___ So I'm drinking VOID ''lealth
moruinat "
y r.c the first play of the year'given .: nrlze. Sunshine Hundley, Dolores Toole. OUUUUjr DIIIMWI OUUUttJ' .. ty-three acres of corn a whole old man in a way ne a un chap, who'll take mn I|

by the students, was an outstanding -I-I The hostess, assisted by Mrs Marguerite Prevatt. Thelma Stl I 10:00: o'clock E. K. Perryman, sweet potato crop, four sheep five I derstand.I'd I when I am gone

i success in every wpy. Halle, served a tempting salad cox Daisy Thompklns, Doroth;' Supt. shoats and beef given to barbecues like to give him the cheering ,

: .+ "The performance showed careful course with hot chocolate, the favors Lamb and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Worship Sunday at .11:00: a. m two front teeth and a considerable word that I've longed at times.I St. Petersburg voters beat

4 'm f.. selection of cast as well an on each plate being small red and 7:30 p. m. quantity ot hair in personal skir- to hear of two to one on Tuesda deft!*

, y.' splendid ability to put over the hatchets with a tiny cherry boundto P.-T. ASSOCIATION Junior! League Sunday afternoor mish. Cave ninety-seven school I'd like to give him a warm handclasp the proposed issuance >t t'S;9!

play' undertaken by the students the handle with ribbon of red, The following program will be at 3:00.: books, two pairs of suspenders when never a friend in public utility bond (or the!
M In a remarkable way. ''white and blue. Mrs. Davis used of Bradford HI-League'Sunday afternoon al four calico dresses seven dolls seems near '!
s given at the meeting structlon of a new water sj)
I Miss Elizabeth Andrews and for decorations at this pretty affair Parent-teachers' Association 3:00.: and thirteen baby rattlers. I've learned my knowledge by ( Issue

Carlyle Hitch had the l leads and narcissi and pelloy jessamineIn Thursday High March let at 3 p. m,. Senior Epworth,,.League Sunday Told 2,889 lies, shooks hands sheer hard work, and I wishI the The purchase proposed of$750.000 real estate,

t, ? ?c were up to their unual form, as bowls and vases. by D E. M evening at 6:45: o'clock. 33,175 times talked enough to could pass It on and r-
Child Welfare (: structlon of filtration
i wer other members of the cast: ----S have made in print 1,000 large To the fellow who'll take my place ol

t' Misses Pearl Gritlls, Ruth Stern' Mil.! AXII !MUM UOIUXSOV Rooks. l'It1:81IY'fEItLINSunday'echool volumes; kissed 126 babies, kindled some day when I am gone. ment plants, construction
Manners asa and e
: berg, Lena ,Belle Shepard and Es- KNTKHTAIN: Courtesy and Good fourteen kitchen fires and cut Will he see all the sad mistakesI've mains, pump houses
+ s telle Keudlck and Murrah Rooks. I "" Social and Business Asset, byMiss 10 a. m. three cords of wood parted with made and note all tbe ment was defeated b) s W

Nolan Canova William Duncan I Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Robinson delightfully Myrwln Jackson. Need of Morning sermon 11 a. m.Eve 50 bundles of fodder, picked 700 battles lost? 2428 to 1490. -

k Guy Andrews Elmer McMillan and' entertained three tablesof The. Importance School and by Prof. ning sermon 7:30 p. m., by Rev. A.. pounds ot cotton, helped pull 7 Will he vere guess of the tears Floridaused 46,772.4 Un

, (' Paul Knight. players at bridge at their home Athlectlcs in Our K. Dunham. wagons loads of corn dug fourteen they caused or the heartaches commercial fertiliser' during,

Two delightful vocal solos "Is Friday evening. Howling, several musical Christian Endeavor at 6:45: p. m.. bushels of potatoes, toted 27 buck- which they cost? the report of the tuft
She My Girl Friend?" and "Silver Tile rooms were opened en suite We will have Subject "How Much Does the ets of water put up seven stoves, Will he gaze through the fail- bureau uary state department of

; I Moon" were sung by Miss Eliza- and bowls ancT vases ot narcissi numbers and Mrs. D. C. Jones will World Want Christ?" was dog bit four times, watch ures and the fruitless toll to culture shows. The coniim!;

beth Andrews with Miss Ethel and fern were attractively used In be In charge ot music. Scripture Acts XVI 815. 17. 32- broken by baby .and cost $3.00 to the underlying plan for January led by Ifl.OOu lot

' f Griffin at the piano between acts the tally design and candy cherries F.LOISH 1AYES'IIiRT1IAY ; 34.A have repaired And catch, a glimpse ot the real of the same month of 1927
(c; and a Bong by Lois Adkins, Mar- were on the tables during the PARTY cordial invitation extended to "Loaned out three barrels of Intent and the heart of the --

i 'Jorle Stump Maratha Powell, Lois games.At all. flour fifty bushels, of meal, 150 vanquished man? President Lucille R Salt'the I

ro; 5t j Long. Mildred Hundley' and Mil the close of the progres Little Miss Eloise Hayes daughter HERV1CF.H' .AT HAXTOV pounds of bacon thirtysevenpounds I dare to hope that he may pause Florida Press AasoclatKI!

dred Orlffls pupils ot Miss Ethel sions high score for the ladles was ot Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes, of butter 83 dozen eggs some day as he tolls as I have making preliminary annoif

,, Griffin who wore dainty white ap found to have been made by Mrs was hostess to a number of her and three umbrellas thirteen lead pen- wrought ments of the meeting of the' '
');,' Tons and blue hair ribbons and car- C. D. Shank who received a lovely friends Wednesday afternoon in There will be Saxton preaching Sunday cue one Bible dictionary, one axe And gain some strength for his elation to be held at Lake 'IT

k ried slates and chalk was very console...ss1e- Mr. W. M. Wainwright honor of her fifth birthday anni- Sunday school at 3 o'clock at by Rev. J. : two hoes, one overcoat five boxes weary task from the battles on April 26, 27 and 28th an''I
tfj highly enjoyed by the audience. held.h-lglt-for the men and versary. afternoon of the Law- paper collars, none of which have I I have fought, announcements promise one i
; V. Rlblnson. pastor :
( Another Interesting feature was received a fountain pen. Consolations Games were played during the church. Everyone leen-returned. But I've only the task itself to largest meetings in the blslO t

two songs by six young ladies Leila we're s Awarded. Mr. and Mrs afternoon and at the close the tey Methodist Called an opponent a perambu- leave with the cares for him the association.

l Oea Andrews Loin Colley, Eva R. F. Demorest who received a guests were served delicious peaches. Invited to'attend. I-

i Marcotte. June Bullen Thelma An- pair of silk socks, and a pyrex pie Eskimo pies, chocolate and ST. MARK'Y Kl'IHCOIMfcFirst .

dreu and Dora ,Manning who were plate respectively\ pound cake in the children's play

I dressed as bell tops with Gertrude I I Mrs. Robinson! served her guestsa room, little chairs being placed Sunday in Lent
r Allgood in the role ot "Flapperet- delectable chicken salad course
aroupd the table. Centering the 10:00 a. m. church school, MIss
;j te." with cream cheese and nut sandwiches
I table walt a large pink and white Sara Mai pas supt. Cn
y + I potato chips, saltines pickles birthday cake holding five white 11:00: morning prayer and con- CtA ADS
# HIIA'FK I and hot chocolate with whipped lighted candles. A color scheme of firmation, Rt. Rev. F. A. Juhan. _

? Last Thursday afternoon from cream. Miniature George pink and white was carried out in. Bishop of Florida will\ confirma
', Washington figures were on the the decorations ot the rooms. class and deliver the address.
the Ladles' Auxiliary
3 to 5 o'clock, -
.' church plates as favors. The little hostess received many Celebration of Holy Communionat
of the Presbyterian
d a silver tea at the home of Enjoying the hospitality of Mr. nice littlegifts' as tokens, of the 7:30 a. m. each Sunday during
and Mrs. Robinson Mr. and
were: Literary Wednesday eve
.j occasion. Letn.
Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mr. and Mrs.C. .
mush'al Enjoying the afternoon were: ning 7:30.( L
A delightful program A. Knight Mr. and !Mrs. Fl, M.
I rendered follows: /; Louise Hayes Katie Fugate, Joyce R. S. CARLETON.
was an
Violin Solo Bercuese from Johns Mr. and Mrs. W. M.\ Wainwright Hayes Vera Claire Robinson, VIr- Rector.
Mrs C. D. Shank of Jacksonville
and .
Alice Fernandez ginia Alvarez, Landus. 1
Jocelyn Vocal, Miss Solos-Corning Home. and Mr. G, K. Harnsberg- Mike McMillan, Enos Hayes, andC. Through tha cooperation of the t

Among My Souvenirs, Mrs. R. er. B. Hayes Jr. Duval county Dairyman's Association 'T
J'I I'.U plans are being formulated to Let Our Classif ed
Davis. .ITMOU n. Y. I..urn"I nu.mber of excellent
There are a demonstration in that
f put on a
11. A. Tucker.
Vocal Solos..-..I'm a-longing .fo I I Members of the Junior B. Y. P. water power sites on the streams county to test cows for production.The .

You. Mighty LDnesome.- Mrs. J. S. U gave a party at the pastorlum of Taylor county Years ago some purpose of the demonstration Columns to -
of them were used In turning gristmills which go
is to point out those cows
J Butler I IJ I Monday afternoon. Miss Laura
whatever Is
,ra J Violin. .Yesterday. Gypsy Love Newell Is director of the Junior n. but now no use! are not profitable to their owners.
made of them. Some ot .
Song Miss Alice Fernandez. I Y. P. U., and assisting In the entertainment -- these being days sites will be utilized In Seven women- In 'Duval' county work for !
J. S, Butler. during the afternoonwere you
Piano Solos-Mrs. I
I. 7 manufacturing or furnishing electric have entered a kitchen contest un-
German Mrs. Uglow. I MlsSen Ruth Guest and Gus-
Solo In by
power and will be worth millions der the direction of Miss Pearl La-
Delicious refreshment of sand- sie Mae Bennett and Mrs. O. P. .
of dollars. It la strange that lUte, home demonstration agent; THEY'LLPRODUCE
s wiches, hot coffee and tea, candled Raymond.
reference Is so seldom made to our T*.* women will wear pedometers
orange peel and home-made candles Games and contests were enjoyed fA tt
: resources ot this kind, says the for one week before improvmentsare
I were served the guests which and winning high prizes were Perry Herald. made and after the Improve-
were thirty-six number Eddie Raymond and Melba Sllcox. .
ments are made they wear
Receipts of U 1.'U"were added Receiving the booby prizes were La Bell -W. Poole building addition ,them for another week. In the.%

to tbe auxiliary. treasurer1, after Elizabeth Holllngsworth. and Alice to his store.Brooknl11eContract. step saved will be re \1'. JttM '
way every
1v. 14 this enjoyable aftejnoon,/ t Mast. I k awarded corded. RESULTS! ..
'>At: the close ott) the. afternoon tor improvements to. pump at city 1\\ 'm"\-
rh Crystal River-New filling station sandwiches andOtot chocolate Mere water system. Chlpl y-Washington county'snew

: r t e being consUuctfrA:( a) corner ot erved tq the twenlythree members Wauchula-Cutlery making established caiu-thoui C under construction. :-
Main and Pine Streets.
present! here. ; .

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,,,.,,,"''"_ I -- -;;:::. -- _::: i-"u-; --.--- I on huMiHMH onnl>('t d with the ir I at the Penney Farms Memorial ==::: = : ;;;;::: 'O- .:.. I---# '

upn'mo Court Church Sunday afternoon. '
I ft'! r4.st r4.
The of
popularity our groceries l' ,
Bits of i i -Mr and Mrs Laurie Kdwarflsof :: Christian Endeavor m'mbersl ;
I and all good things to eat is in the ; ,
I Jacksonville, were week-end will be interested to learn that the I I J }

I 'I'' guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs president of the University District a fact we make a special I effort to select : I"" ,

\V. H. Struth. of C. 1 IDeal N has accepted a position in Virginia .

; I Mr and Mr. H. H. Hobbs and .. c that there is loss of time, 11 i. I', '

children Helen and 1 Horton of I good-will and patronage in return or i iU t '
Concerning Our People Business and I Alachua, were guest of Mrs. Alice Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duran otIninins ( I (
It Lan-gtord Sunday. Inland. Maine who arespending exchange of goods. '
of the County and Town. ,
Progress the winter! at their homeIn ;
!: When ;you order from us feel assured -
I Mr and Mrs. Harvey Long of St. Petersburg, spent! Tuesdayat ,

.... "......'......'... _.......".......' '_munuawnemamesemssaaw...."" "" """ saws........... ___,_. Jacksonville!, were guests< of her the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.Higdon that you will secure the best; 0-l i
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weal -n"'III'W' parents Ian and Mrs \V. M. Edwards that can be obtained-for less mon- if : ,w
arrow macy Is serving hand-rolled \ ,;
t i cake several days this week. Our specials are seasonable I'
bl t ? NeWberry. cones with Ice cream. Mr. and Mrs W. G. Stringfel- ey.

Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Holllngs- low and children! of Palutka. attended '
BilnBon of Baldwin, Col.] and Mrs Floyd Green were worth and children\ James and the celebration of Col.i

,t 11\ town Monday. In Starke on Sunday visiting rely Elizabeth were visitors to Gainesville Weeks' birthday Sunday at the,j Specials Friday And Saturday 4 ,
tives.-Union County Times. Sunday afternoon. home of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Hrown
,do of Lawtey, -was a lee.

mi. in Starke Monday. B. H. Wltkovsk! of Jacksonville I Sammy SternberK:, who Is attending N Fresh Lima Beans 2 35c '
\Mrs Osceola ,2 cans '
la a guest at the home of his sister the University of Florida Mr. and Mrs. John U tow Cal;

,' mn was a business vls- Mrs E. S. Matthews. IGalnesvllle. spent the week-end T. S. Hewke and her guest Mrs. --- -- --- ---- .
?, K' unvllle Friday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N., Victoria Smith were guests of Mr. I CUT'STKINC HKANSStoklci's ; ;
.lil J. F. Ueddoch of Galnesvlll, Sternberg. and Mrs tt. L. McDowell at their I Corn-Beef Mince Meats
in Jacksonville Thursday, Ilrand No. :.
l-, n8 was a business vlsl- was a business visitor In Starke home
rr lick'\ ,,.mvillo Tuesday. Monday. Harold C. Wall left Thursday They also attended" the play Libby's No. 1 canPercan25c can2for25c None Such Ilrand
for Tallahassee 'Where he will "Abie's Irish Uos. I

\ ...m of Highland, was Mr. and Mrs. N. -A.-Ferryman, spend several daN attending to: -- I Per pkg. 17c I :

"iitor In Starke Mon of Atlanta, are guest of Mr. end business matters. Hutler's Pharmacy has Increasedthe .
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for (icocream --
storage capacity
Mrs L. A. Davis.
Rev. K. L. PeBnlngton/ of Jacksonville and sherbet by the addition of aneightwell I

\1'III"t\,", favorite", see ,cuilspw J. K. Larsen of Keystone was the guest of Mr. and Prlithdalre cabinet. This Gold Medal Plain Flour 24 pounds $1.35

(\ -it speaks for it- ,Heights was a business visitor tn Mrs. C. A. \Flitch In Starke several allows them to curry with present I ---- -.-- _. .- .
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Grocery. Starke Tuesday days o't last week. fountain equipment thirteen
'I i lend:
ent flavors of cream and dltter.j PEACHES rUKKLAUDSwift's CHEESE J

\1'+ n-ez of Green Cave Col. Jot Hill! Williams of Lake Mr\*. Dale It. Vanslckcl of :-lI-e-;: I Silvcrlcaf $
week-end at the Oalnrsvllle, spent Sunday with her Dr. and Mrs. \M. II. o !II:, Full Cream +
JI' "n i the Butler, wan a business visitor In Jacksonville, I Dcl-Montc Sliced 2 pound pails 39c
SherfTf and Mrs ,V. J. J. K. Norwood ot
L. Alvarez. parents
f II' rather town Tuesday. KppHrftonSay were In Starke Wednesday! and In No. 1 15c / pound pail 7He Per Lb 36c

wClli Messrs l:. M. and can d
i ,,1I"va, (, of Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driggers and company A. 11. Johns spent the diy fishing.\: \ _ ____8 pound pail... ___ ___ $.!.// ;
II r..k-enl. with his! moth family of Lake Butler, were visitors --say what? They 're all ot 63
gllJllce Canova. In Starke! Sunday. Baying It "TJie best for leas'" at the The party caught a total .no 7pounds /Without 21c

Mast Find Grocery. Why pay speckle perch, Picnic!! Hams Hocks Per Pound I
s', mona of Brooker was Mrs. F. L. Wise and Mrs. W. more? Mrs. ,r:. C. Fields, Mrs' C. E.Lindsey .
c visitor to Starke'ThursI'arradlne O. Halle spent last Friday In M1tYON
t. N. C.,
Wlnaton-Salem IISE
Mrs. J. U. Johnson of Jacksonville of FLOUR
Gainesville.Mr. t
1 spent several days of this Miss Alice Fernandez and Messrs.John Spaghetti Utile Ribbon Ilrand Uj

of Lawtey, and Mrs. C. E. Harper of week at the home ot Mrs II. Y. Powell and Wesley Sterna Polly Brand Hj
a U i) were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. Franco-American No. 3-oz. jar 12c Fancy
visitor In Starkend visitors In town '
business .Hampton were
22c Selfrisinn
I u 1 can S-oz. jar ._
Y i I Saturday The University district of the I I I II I Pint jarQuart ./2c83c h'

... D. I- Ames return-' radon state Christian Endeavor will hold their Joseph Thomas received severo 2 cans 24c -- -- 241bs.$1.10 '
Mi Dr. J. C.
1'11111*> (from a motor trip. to I farm, was a visitor In town Tues- executive meeting Sunday afternoon cuts about suffered the head a sprained und Gerald finger .__ ._ -- jar __ .-___ ___ ____ __ _. -____. ____ 4
at 3 o'clock In High Springs Middleton

(aih :I4 day.I4 Mrs. S. Elizabeth Brownlee returnee Middleton! when a overturned Buick sedan on driven the sharp by\ Puritan Pure Pork Sausage: /& 18c l Ib. 35c.

7V' B. and J. B. :Alexjit -' Hon. A. S. Crews was In Tallahassee three near Klngaley: la Il\llast! Fri- ,
Monday from a curve
"businesst -- -
t Hampton, were attending Supreme Court
I month' visit with relatives in Mississippi day night, TOILET SOAP
< Starke the first ol the week. iiARO SYRUP ,
1 and Texas. llrcad, PreparationIIOSFOKD'S r
tbo Starke 'Wanda lleauly3bars29c
Ig *>fl The"concert given by Illtte Label101b.pail69c
I'oiiiHcttla Ice Cream-"The Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick S Satiiriiuy afternoon
C. M. Pinson, John band on the streets
iMown, the spoon." Butler's, E. Illtch and Mrs J. J. Lamb, were Miinson Messrs.and Al Headman of Pa- was well received and Mr. 11-oz. package 17c t
ey visitors to Wildwood Sunday. Jackson of Penney F'arms, director -
latka were business visitors inStarke Bert _
has been complimented on
(?lid) Mrs. W. E. Butler had Col. E. M. Johns spent MondayIn Wednesday the splendid showing ma do by his t N

:nest over the week-end. Tallahassee!: on professional ;
I Klocker of 'Tampa. Messrs. C. D. Kirk and W. M. organization
niche business. -
I Wharton of Leesburg.: stopped over -- SThPE
I Monday Frank Carpenter\ left Sunday: at'lenioon
short time
In Starte a
Jacksonville, and Held
drlflln of Full variety of garden for Jacksonville where! he ]
with their friend, H. V, Knight.
week-end with his moth- 'need at KlcXliter's. See me before short
t : has accepted a position fur a I
Lila Grlflln buying. of county Mr. Carpenter will also a w ,
Regular monthly term time. used ( 0 0 !
court will be, held next "study tire fighting!: methods
Durden of Hampton: was Mrs. E.S.. Matthews and In Jacksonville department] -1b .k
Tuesday and a heavy locket is : \>y the
IMS, visitor In Starke Monad and daughter!: ',miss Florence upent I
last week-end In Jacksonville: the prospect.Mrs. while In the city. __ ____- --- __ _.-__ --- ___nO __-__--_ __--._ _

guests ot Mrs. Annie M. Richard. thellrst of the -- -- -
of Jack- N.f..Johns\ spent --- --
Annie M. TUrmnd ---- ;
| Mrs. Brook Shlpmaii snnvllle. arrived Wednesday for a week In TallahiuuwQ! attending to over the Woman's Club getting West Palm IeachWork on Jacksonville tread( street mer- \\Jl l' .
(ove Springs were -visitors Mr. and Mrs. C. IX Shank and member sit the state ,,' to raise $1,000 : i
visit with her slsteThlawt Mrs., :hIs dutit-s as a Ideas for a clubhouse for Macclen- State toed No. 25 from Belle ( aayoclatlon .f1lI- (
Monday. little datrgMer, Betty Lewis, were Seventy-
.e I examiners.
ot law ;
the -week-end guests of Mrs. K. S. Matthews.Mrs. board were present to ny. They expressed theinHelves C'rlado to Itemlry ('auntline will for advertising Broad street IUI '

G T Hinton of Mt. Dora Shank's mother Mrs. K. L. Lewis. W. S. Hlakely and little take nine the applicants examination preliminaryto \ as being delighted with the plans be .Hinrled within 30 daYIi. shopping ('e I\ter. ,. .' ;

nest of her aunt Mrs. II. Jacksonville: spent being admitted 'to pr&rltce lawht'thia'alate. and arrangements of our cluhoune. '
'11. for several days. Mr.\ and Mrs. Milton II. Lange of son Billy week at theof' Among the party were: Mesdames
Jacksonville, were week: end guests! several days of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Knabb: W C. Uopson. presl-; rgL The Cream cf. -;
her pareats '
Lawrence Keystone of her parents Mr. and Mrs. L- V. home Attending the 'Pl1l 'gun recital dent, of the Macclenny\ Woman'sClub.
W. W. Bulsden. Jacksonvllle Williams, C. I... Hodges( and
Baker of [
was a business visitor in Moore 1 Mrs\ llobert M.
>y | W. II...Cone.Messrs. .
.. Farms Me- TobaccoCrop.
''mday. Mesdames W. J. T2i\>peTson, Julia -at the Penney I
Col. J. L. Fraaee spent several H. Sunday wfternoon: II
and cliurch
!S. Kimball. P. M. mortal C. A. Knight: A, J. I
In Tallahasseeave Morgan /;
week W.
1 log today Butler's Phar- days of this : attended the Women'sMissionary Mr. and Mrs. J
B. Wiggins; .
and daughter Thomas Geo. A, Gardiner and W.
meeting toSampson R, 8. Fernandez <
Society Mrs. ) .
Atulvrson of \V. ilataden were visitors to 1111-
'afternoon. Mrs O. A.
City Sunday
liard Wednesday, making the trip
Mrs. Dale H. Van-
-- Law ley
for the purpose\ of Inspecting) some
of Poinsettia of Gainesville r
This wetk's flavors !
of the poultry farms of that sec I
Ice Cream at UutleTs Pharmacy "McHae ::tion. The Callahan-Hllllard section 9 t 1 7 ,
tutti-frutti Puvls and H.
banana 11.
f : cherry -chocolata vf the Hank' of '8I1Lrke.'tndkudva1It.age la noted for Its many large .
vanilla employees '
strawberry, legal holiday poultry plaitts. and without excep-
pineapple, sherbet, Eskimo pies. Wednesday land of spent the hay on a ,lion owners staled they ,were making < 0

+ They'brought !: good on their Investments
fishing. I
''WalnwrlgTttassistant lake
W. :M. oeafby the low prices on
at present
anda even
state auditor has been In'alatka one Mack bass, weighing! one 1 1"rIY If
several days n't this week cemplet- halt pounds their total -catch- poultry products. I tl.; ,tti
,of tountyofficers. Into the bout ot Its TpASTID"
f records and it
lug an audit Stern's Garage local dealers of

rwn,aocorll. Dunlop tires received A wire Wednesday ,

I "Mra.'W. M..Rryan' anti son Wes Mrs': E. L. Wartman, -of "Cltra, from Malcolm Campbell,
who broke the world's speed record
K Iteba McMillan anti Mrs.Moore .. wtfe of lion. E. L.'Wartmanmem:

I l ley. Mrs.' of Asheville spent ,several N. C., anti,days:.MIse of ber severely of state injured heard In of an con automobileaecMeiit trill, -was when at he Daytona made 214 Beach miles un Sunday hour; '

Titarke last Thurs In a huge car, stating that his machine
i 3 this week la Tampa.Mira near overturning rm (the: usod Dunlop tires In the race -- wTh H
% day her car
*a withstood the terrlf-
d Mr. Wart and that they
Brown und her hlglrwaytduringsa(
1: when :
strain Imposed on
and fie
daughter!: !Mrs Marie B. :Stevens man received slight injurlrs attention: I the three ton car was thrown sideways Hoot, Mon, Luckiesdinna J ;\ ,
moved tack, U Starke: from both were .'jives: medical
have '
South Jacksonville where they here. I the brwch.I by striking. a rough spot on I I hurt my throat \ I 1"1"I

> a Part of Your Salary have the winter made their seannn home, : this tar Ink) Mr. XJBorg; W.'Thomas, Jr.- who I, I'almotto. modern residences I I or wind," says n ,I"

week-end from
was hone for the returned to being constructed on West Day Sir Harry Lauder, rf
Week Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. e. Kanrjoiererof Green Cove Springs
EVERY Phlladelphna, who are vla1t1ncrelath'es [that; Wane -when Mr.ll. W. Tbomas.Isr. street famous Scotch

In Hamilton[ were -rial- ; ., drove back to Starke, taking ;
Stntke Wednesday after- his daughter, llsa Pauline and Comedian"I'vesmokedLuckies

Saving is the most necessary part of real noon.tors friend Land to Miss Stetson.MarJorie University.Meado' to Sun De- LENT A WORD "

IF YOU PLEASE? We are plowed day evening--Stuart pally News. /oryearsanl.lall + '
|ogress-for it is not what you earnbutat Our high grade COLUMN
: to' please you.
and J. time I've been active ;l
always pleases. "TILEBEST Lieut. Cols! W G. e
save-that determines .success.I merchandise ,j National PEANUTS: FOIl H.\M-3
you your I' FOn LESS- Why pay- i''H. Spangler Florida SEEM in my work which yr
I > East End Grocery. Guard Inspected headquarters of124th s
? demands clear
more /
second batra 11 ono. h? North Carolina running peanuts ; :
the !
i We will help you accumulate a nesteggany Mrs. D. C. Jones and son, Arthur {Infantry Wednesday sight Colonel grown in Georgia at $5.00 voice for singingand s ,a

and her mother! Mrs A. M. Jones represented the Inspector hundred pounds freight. paid to wind for
have in mind-by Darby,
purpose you may Darby ot Gainesville\ spent last general's department, while Col- your station. White Spanish $6.75 1..
quartermaster-' Write for special catalog dancing. 'It's always
when the In DeLanJ an the guests onel Spangler Is slivered
'jng 4 per cent interest! Then week-end Mrr. Jones' sister Mrs. George general of the state. The second: :. Baby chicks for sale. Ralph a bra bricht I ,
of )Iaj.J. 2-3-41. i
commanded bx Orimn Douglas. Ga.
Ns of adversit 4 low-or an opportunity W. Marks. battalion. L. Peek Is and the headquarters ___o moonlicht nicht4vithLuckiesHoot '

arrived First Lieut, T. T. YELLOW SEBD COHN, Flint !ty-
will be in position to meet Miss' Virginia Weeks company by ,
sents itself-you Tallahassee bird and Dent $1.00 per peckof
from Long.
Friday night 3.60 bushel, Mon they dinna
in the Woman' 14 Ibg., or $ per

where. College she is ,student to attend the nine- Lenthal Wyman. in charge of' 1(. G. Strobfeldt TU A Box: 41, hurt my wind or I y yi

tieth birthday anniversary of her the United States Experiment Sto- Starke. Fla. 2-17-2t throat.*
'grand-father Col. W. T. Weeks. tlon in Starke, spent yesterday and 1
FOIl SALE--Tliree-qaurter brass
attending the
in Jacksonville ,
Bank Bradford Lodge No. 45, F. & A. sessions today of the Florida Board' of bed. springs and mattress, cheap. i II ( cE&t ,
Bradford County Ha addressed the gath- Mra. J. H. Lord. West Madison
M.., will hold its regular meeting 'Forestry. Street. ItFOrt .
next Monday evening at the lodge ering at one session on "Experi

rooms.' Master's degree work. :All ments In Improving Turpentine KENT-Furnished apart I

"Bradford Countjfa Financial members and visitor welcome. Methods." This meeting was at- ment, with private bath F. A. uIt's toasted"Throat
and state
j tended by many national Scott. 1t.FOn .
Stronghold1d ." Mr. and '4ra:''W. Ellery Davis men connected with forestry work.

and little daughter. Jean: atendedthe RE Furnished rooms.
pipe-organ recital by Mrs. A party of Ladle iMuu Macclen- See Amy Moore T. 4 P. Store. No Irritation-No Cough. ff f

Robert M Baker of Jacksonville, n/ were In 8tark Monday looking It* f



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L41rI Farmers & Farming Tallahassee, Fla.-Gratifying reports Gainesville, Fla.-Marlon coun- When

are coming to Miss Isabelle Gainesville Fin Seventy-five ty bas set the pace for sister coun- you pay

Thursby from home demonstrationagents percent of the cotton farmers of ties in Florida In the matter of

r ; r (Hy Agricultural Editor) concerning the enrollmentof Florida can make more money in forest fire prevention these and subjects refores- $1195 for scar

.- -- members In the all-year garden 1928 by reducing the cotton acre- tation by having
--- -- -- -- month in public -
taught for one every
for this
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles contest Mrs nettle year.Caudle, agent In age and planting permanent pas- school of the county. entitled toBuiCKQualiti
ift tures, to be grazed by good dairy Realizing the great loss to the yoiire
of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Holmes county, reports that she !
cows claims John M. Scott, animal state every year through forest
has 160 women in this content,
To He nest Suited to Our Country and Miss Ethyl Holloway of Santa Industrialist of the Florida Ex- fires the Marlon county board of
periment Station. Instruction has Issued orders to
Rosa reports 85 members Miss
-- -- Holloway declares that her women When speaking of dairying In teachers in all schools of the coun-
- - the cotton belt Mr. Scolt explainsthat ty to make an Intensive study of
are planting many vegetables he does not mean substitutionof the forestry problems, and to no-
GIVE which they have not formerly
f ; i FARM TOURS grown such as spinach, asparagus, dairying for cotton growing.The port at the end* of the month just

parsley carrots and celery. two types of farming work what has been done. When you spend as much as #1195 for
BROAD NOWLEDGE nicely together in many sections of Resolutions passed by the Board a
The contest is a state-wide affair
the cotton states, and Mr. Scott declare that the'greatest assets of car you're entitled to Buick
and Is
sponsored by agrIcultural } quality:
feels sure that the plan will work the state are being ruthlessly destroyed ,

HELP COOPERATION state in extension the effort workers to get Florida in the equally well In Florida. annually] by; forest fires. luxury and reliability-as well as Buiclt
Permanent pasture does not The effect of deforestation uponthe
people especially the rural districts -
I mean wire grass he states. It climate of the state is said to beauty, performance, stamina and
where the agriculture Is totally to grow and eat more green
(By Spuds Johnson..) I vegetables 12 months in the means a good sod of grass made be very deterimental. The tend- life. .
r t Slate newspaper recently have .different from our own, may not The work is in charge of Miss year.Isa- by sowing eight to 10 pounds of ency Is for the weather to be colder long

carried accounts of two different enlighten us much on better meth- belle Thursby, food and marketing carpet grass seed, a like amount of in winter and hotter in summer
lode I of farming In our own sectionsbut Dallas] grass, aijd four or five where forests have been destroyed, For three of Buick's 16 models
parties of farmers and farm women agent of the State College for sell at this
It would be of Interest by giving pounds of lespedeza seed per acre it Is claimed
s who have been touting Florida us an actual first hand ac- Women.Reports from other agents over on a well-prepared seedbed. The Humus in staggering volumes is low price-a Sedan, Coupe and Sport
and nearby sections. One was aualntalicfe with different types of seed may be sown at any time wasted yearly. Natural park areas
the state indicate much InterestIn
a party of crop champions[ who agriculture, and would increaseour the garden work Work has already when there Is sufficient moluture are being ruined says the report.It Roadster-ofFeringallof the famous Buick
r, were given their trips, and another education. A trip to nearby In the soil to insure germination. is hoped that other counties will
) was some 55 farmers and farm Rood farms and to local experiment started In a number of sections It Is necessary to. remember that take up the matter and put on a features-and the unrivaled value that
and will begin soon all the
women, who had come all the way stations often will help us feed and forage rops must be concerted effort to educate the
d, from Pennsylvania to see some of solve some of the problems In our state grown also, he goes on to explain. great waste which takes place every results from Buick's unrivaled volume

Florida's growing crops own farming. A stump blasting demonstration The approximate amounts of feed year. .
pry, Farm tours are splendid things When farmers get to mingling[ put on by County Agent A, S. required to take care of a good production.See
E for the educational[ odvaticement'offarmers together more, come to understand Lawton in Nassau county recently cow for a year have been summar-

t and It would seem that pitch other better they will Just was attended by 75 farmers They ized as follows by Mr. Scott: one I CHIPS [ Buick and you'll see at once that
more and more farmers should naturally work together better fora liked the way the agent got rid of i acre of good permanent pasture;
make a practice of visiting other more substantial and prosperous stumps by using pyratol so they 500 pounds of oats; 600 poundscorn it is the logical car to buy.
6 sections of their own state and of agriculture over the whole country cleared the stumps from 129 acres : and shucks; BOOpounda velvet The Palm Beach County Ever-
other states. Of course publications which will benefit all. as a result of the demonstration. I beana in pods; 500 pounds cotton- glades Marketing Association has
help disseminate Information During the month of January I seed meal; 2500 pounds cowpea or received its charter and completedIts SEDANS $1195 to $1993 r COUPES$19J to S1850!
t about bow the people In other sections county( agents in'Northwest FlorIda During the club enrollment wf ek beggarweed hay. organization according to ad- SPORT MODELS $195 to$1325l

are raising! crops, but there held 148 meetings which were in January County Agent E. P. There Is no safer or more desirable vices received from S. W. Haltt AU"n..0.11..FIi" Mick. garmmt fcnr t. .)r
l+ a Is nothing; like seeing; these cropsin attended by 4,079 people. Other Scott enrolled 260 boys in 4-II club line of livestock productionfor county agent. J**wlnt",th*DIM*mtitrtblf y.:1a64 6C!
reality When we make a tour, activities of the agents Included work. All of them joined either: the cotton farmer to add to his J
r we ran see the crops and other vaccination of thousand,., of hogs, the pig club or fat barrow club. operations than dairying. StartIn The first community fair ever

* 't "" things of interest, and can ask assisting in the cooperative purchase Ocala-M. R, "Porter wilt erect with one or two good cows and held In Highlands county was the
O questions and have farming practices / of fertilizers, arranging cooperative stove factory here immediately.other then Increase the number as demand Spring Valley Community Fair,
explained to us. hog sales, enrolling 1- i warrants, and as you gain held In January The event was a
Of course a trip to some far 200 club boys, planting seed beds things, too numerous to men experience in handling cows, are success in every way and resultedIn Co...
distant section' of the country, of tobacco, and peppers and many''tlon.'A the suggestions of the veteran live- a good community booth at the .....

stock specillst.\ county fair, which was held soon
-- : afterward. STARKE, FLORIDA
Winter Garden-New library .
will be built for Winter Garden LIbrary Melbourne-New mall box to be
Rf / I Installed,- in front of post office. _

1,100 crates of Eggplants per ACRE"A


25% increase iri yield. My

fruit brought 25 cents more .IJ): Truck growers, if you want facts, not just

Iv per crate than othgr shippers claims, read these letters

the house -1-
to same says '"
ti 4yl O. V. Champlain I O. V. Champlain, Sneed's Island.Manatee Co.,Fla.1/ "During the twelve
l j, years I have used Bradley's Fertilizers 1 have secured excellent yields.o .
f S nee d' S t9. "Vi My Eggplants Peppers and Cucumbers are showing up well the
LV .&: present time and are still going strong. In 20 years of farming I have
r? ; ill L Island. tried all kinds of fertilizers and after this year I am convinced that
; \\11 Th -c.--; : r" .' r Bradley's "AA QUALITY" Fertilizer is far superior to any other I
\ 1 '-If'\R .. have used. My last Eggplant crop yielded 1100 packed crates to
1 <_ the acre, although weather conditions were unfavorable. Due to
r +a L s r ,,1I .. :- ? excellent quality the crop brought 25 cents more per cratethanotherat
FERTILIZER :..: shippers to the same house."

3/!(/ ( .IILLyj4Y .,... Harris Brothers/ 67 Rice Vero Beach, ure in recommending Bradley
d Yaac ..N r r.f7 'fir IY ,a? than feed your Indian Rtver Co.,Fla.t, "We beganusinK"AAQUALITY"Fertilizers Fertilizer to all farmers."

'... crops. Whether I in 1896 It to all Le Roy & Marine, S the J', island I ,
it is Eggplants, kinds of vegetables and citrus Manatee Co.,Fla's always withBradley's
been satisfied
h'.CNv.n.ed-8srorArchl.aa f every year since that date. We
' Beans, Peppers, Squash I Lettuce or are greatly pleased with the results AA QUALITY Pertilizers. -
I i ioH other truck crops, the right fertilizer secured with the fertilizer I especially I recommendand
them for their mechanical con
will insure quicker maturity and us.For the 21 service years we you have have fertilized given: dition,as they distribute through

II .11 finer quality. The experience of our oranges and grapefruit with the machines very satisfactorily
This season in using
.. Mr. O. V. Champlain of Sneed "AA QUALITY"Fertilizers.The is"r.1ifth.!
1! yield[ has been good and the grade
iii Island, Manatee County, proves itl! of out fruit has enabled us to get lease L.Lamb,Parruh,Manatee CoFla -,
top prices." .t "I prefer Bradley's "AA

04 AJ ) Mr. Champlain got these gratifying I.R.&C.W.Flctcher,Winter Beach, QUALITY" Fertilizers became

results-and the added profit- Indian Rner Co.,Fla.s "I am especially the y give me as good or bettette"j
ts 1 have
I pleased with any
by using Bradley AA QUALITY"Fertilizers. Bradley..AA
QUALITY" Fertilizer and my L. A.Hough.OJatchobeeOkee
,\ ..- crop shows for itself. I feel that bee Co.,Fla.: "I have been using
Bradley's Is the best I have ever Bradley's Fertilizer on my entireMr.
t.111fff rntN! [ \V. }.f. Seegar, of Ocoee, got used as to production and mechanical acreage and believe it the best
,' pr COM .nm. ar [ condition.[ 1 take plea. obtainable."
{ '3.o 1,000 I hampers of squash on three-*

i I '' r quarters of an acre ; Messrs. Leroy

.."? + and Marine, of Sneed's Island, report -

650 bushels of peppers to the acre; maturity! with Bradley's. We have a mixture

Ltuata -.. A. Hough I of Okeechobee, obtained scientifically prepared for your soil condition.
taeoht er m t 1 Don't forego the opportunity to increase your
I ,
c.Ur 150 bushels of beans while HarrisBrothers
f per acre, profits. Act now. Come in and get our new anJ

&, Rice, of Vero Beach, got 250 interesting booklets on truck crops. A phone call

baskets to the acre. Mr. Jesse L. Lamb, of or postcard will bring a competent service man

\ io. Parrish, got 220 baskets of beans per acre. to discuss your trop problems. '

if I :: .c Results such as this are the rule, not

1' : ill the exception. Bradley's "AA QUALITY" BRADLEY'S"AA
CI' !CCiL LAN r4 SEGravpFl.QO4M.AUr !

___ ......_ _-.f !!:..-.., Fertilizers produce these results because
r r- --:.- *. ,- ,--'" they are specially made for Florida crops QUALITY"FERTILIZERS:
iiorsK: row \uno\v LOT wom"T FAIR WINS and perfectly adapted to Florida soils and
,. CHICAGO TRIP .'01\ climate.
; (By R. C. Hunter &: Bro. Archts, LAKE COUNTY GIRL I Over 60 years manufacturing experience are Made only by

This house New combines York) those desirable Tallahassee.. Fla.-Miss Roberta II I I Strawberry Plants? back of every bag of Bradley's "AA QUALITY" The American Agricultural Chemical Compan
Shepherd of Lake county will geta Fertilizers. Only the finest materials, carefully Jacksonville
qualities of an attractive free trip to the International selected, blended mixed and cured, are used.
f-, exterior and on a livable plan. Live Stock Show and Club Congress I That is why Florida who
growers get outstanding
The I I offer choice Improved fa
popular English cottage in Chicago during December You an .
results insist cordially InviuJurfuti
P JI type; is, the theme of the unusual as a result of her work at the Klondyke, Excelsior Missionary on Bradley's.You In Jacksonville to r,., ;yt'
F'' exterior while the plan Is laid out South Florida Fair, according to too can increase your yields and hasten vlfi OUT, plant on of the C' ';;
nwMri.dernlah.worWJ .
l4 and all leading varieties -
t In a direct and economical manner an announcement by state home
,? ::11'-. with every convenience including demonstration officials here. The Prices right for
J .garage and maid's room. trip is given as a prize by South
Plants free from all
t This house is designed to go on: Florida Fair Association quality.; .
I' a> forty foot lot. Miss Shepherd who has done diseases and we guarantee
y:1t: ? L. The combination of material four years of club work under the
safe arrival of all stock.
tAI t used In the front, brick, stucco supervision of her home demonstration -

i and timber variety and Interest, agent won the trip by W. 'WHITE &SON, STARKEA.
,, i while a simple treatment for sides reason ct her excellence In the following .Send for price list today
r and rear makes for economy subJects: food nutritionand IrS FREE
1; The large wardrobe connecting health; food< conservation: and worth its weight In gold. A. DURDEN. HAMPTON
r with the main bedroom la a worthy clothing; and dairying. During the

l feature. the fair she gave a demonstration I
Complete working plans and specifications on making milk attractive to chil
r of this house may be dren. I J.A.13AUER'Judsonia .
obtained for a nominal sum from .
jj ''t from the Building Editor. Referto Brevard county ranked 10th la Ark. ,
House A-158. consumption of gasoline during
Lock Box 38
5 Pecember having used 380,238 gal '
i Melbourne-Toll bridge to be lons. i } R' tau r'

::4 constructed< across Indian and Banana Vero Beach-Industrial k surrey; I

River. to be made of Indian River county


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.. ... .; :1 Car rail I ue went to Daytona Dearh :MYsTFIti: I>KM'KKUVMIXTS'I.\I: I ..rf,'r foi,' MI,I' In fiont of thc OiurtHoUMe tiuiir.d .'"untv] Florida' TO.WIT: Martin I 1'1..1, 11', lug 1.,11 e ...1 21, ;:i.1\
t. ,ritMr St. k.' Florida, dtirIIIB Itl' f." i 2C:I .__
Tuesday to attend the automobile I rilDPKUTT) OF l'lAlLI n J.hl .\\ lltllfT 1"I/K ..d I ix.l 03 i
\ : WITH JIHMS I : tu K'KIh.ur.\ .. of sale on Monday OE JJ S i ,. e.o pliHtN ..._ :
\BROOKER races. March, 1'I!> I hef.iluw 1,111f 1:11
; '' dvBurlbcd! :: : to- The South half of South went quarter i l.al" uati,"rl,,., hiHpeitliiK 1"\" ".'" liimtier ...__ 17.60Evpln"'r ,,
L. ti. (=.I..r,. c" : The Lawtey V. I. 8. will meet at ItfK-c-N. '11)--; an rtvrRSkum wit: tag property Went of Five Northeast acne;quarter The AVe, except t halt the ofNortheant DI.lr..11& Ilimxell. (rented lumber for Bruok. rtad...._ 087.96 i

............. the clubhouse\ next Friday March "' ui Sib.ety tocet for slump Situate lying: and being in Bradford quarter of Southeast E"plnl' and Itussell. treated lumber for 1rDoktr roaI-_ 0.06Urimn 1 .
... 2nd. All members are urged to attend County. F'nrldl and more particularly quarter and the Northwest quarter Urlln Contrnldnc Co.. estimate road 21 ___ .- ..46o .
c; B. Colson and and bring Groan follows I : of Southeant quarter' all belnjf In 11'111 \ Co ..Umat. roat 4 _u ._::- ll'S'trlln P
I \1'' someone with them I River fIn ebwerry 16th, The Bouthaaat quarter of Section 8""Uol Two (2), Township Hiirht (;ontraclna.(::0.. l"tlm.te road 8--------- ::_-_ : ,
\1' ? ,,m.rt antl Eugene Mesdames R. R. Thede and Catherine 1928.! Seven ('1)), and Southwest quarter ofSouthwttftt (8). South Range Twenty two (*3) tuntra"tnc( o.. road --------..____ & -
and Odessa. Teare will I Dere quarter, and Northwestuarter Co.. estimate road 1' _________________: .
//.lIl1n be hostesses for Mister Eddletur of Southwent quarter ami tlrlflln I. tmtlmats' road 14 ___. t :.. 1
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'. .I lines, Josephine the afternoon. Meeting will be I hearn tell thet sum foaks l&ft went half of Southeast quarter cit PROPERTY The Northeast OF L.YMAN of O. North-PERT \V. I. Jel'nlaot 1.1. usiliiiat road 43 __._. ___-__._ _- 11.1 '
I Southwvvt and all that quarter \ 1C t
Claude Crosby quarter portion v. L and estimate road I q
called Jernlc.Lt ----- --- --- --
\t to order at 3 o'clock. went of Section Twelve ( ill
quarter ; '
II." at my last communycushum Sed of South half of North"n.t quarter Frank .. nlearlug right of way road 14 u_ '_ 0
\I "I..,, to Hampton Mrs. Mildred Sandefur of Jacksonville of Southweat quarter lying went The West half of Northwest quat.tsr Bradford County. Bank, pity roll __ ______......_ __ ,
I ,niiinight.. that cudnt rede It and sed tha OI l'ublicItoati, an now located (p'eu- of Nurlh"'lt' quarter; The oUthhnlf Bank of Slark. pay roll. ___________.. ___ p .
\1, vlsl- spent the week-end here ruary 30th 1918)l said land being '' h'n.t ''l""rle.and CliiSoutheast 'v. J. n. hi>umi ron .1, a business with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. want no sech plalc as Jlrmany. Me, Tw.nty.on. <21) feet wld on North hundred
at- ThirtytwoSS : ,
j, '. ,I' morning and H. Carraclino. line shure sorry for them foa ks. ( ) *feet wide on the South i-iul. In wi. Il.IIl of Section of Twentyfourt4 the .AUUUST Inc Johnson, clearing Hunt of way ____-.___. ,__ ___ 23.00' .

Tile cold spell has set the berries But an It alnt my fait of sum pee- Section BIght (8) und Norlh".tq'ter ( > North., half of Northeast NO'lhhalf N. ]Moody, niovl I ir hOI'oad 18 ___...._____.____ '_ 175.00 i _
business of Section North" quarter t. .____ ____. .. ,
J. OrlttlH. 66Stjuljrlnv
l( ur',,, was a back for several weeks. but the pul are so Igorant an mint pel, and NorthBBHt quarter of Northeast quarter Section Twenty-nls and tenon nvln.> posts. Huptille "ngr. .I.pt. Brooker n road_ 88.70 ,

,( Monday last. beans that were planted weren't and rede good 1st Mass englltch/ as quarter of Klifhtoen ( lle>, ((2(1)( all: beIng In Township I 1.I let Jo. QrlRlH, lumber HrooUer. rnnn. _____ ____ ______ 163.iM
been all of the above being In TownnhlpSix ( H), Smith Kanirii Twoiity-two (28) ... ,
Lynn has she Is K. Atliirney r r "- ad. milt road 40 76.0Q .
role Spellu .
i i ni' hurt. by yores truly. ). South Range TwentytwoSS Bunt. 1. Knllht.
: ES A. I ., freight on .hlv".ntl Dean Yarborough __ 463.46
m M 'u Newberry S an nun\ cuma elY to me but I ( ) Rant. eontalnliiK Three" Hun You and each of you are heic*'yreiiulreil Hank of Pet)' .__ __ &- n __ __ 140188Urndfni'd

I IV' ()lU4. ........................ reken sum\ teaks just i-alnt lern. tired Forty-two (343) acres morn or Monday the I to "1'1"'lr, day In of said April cause, A. I D.on, Stark.," l'nl., nay rolls .. . .. _... 1110.41
I t. : J. rlitht nf way. road 84 .,
4 ii 1\1. Gainey and Me. line got a grate skeme and Ime ald 1 Balo to be made for canh) to I 112S.! and t Ih.'n' full not or JlMll- .J"h..ol. 'le.\I'lnl. road B4 __. __- ,
\vre, visiting the : GRAHAM : to let In It. I49- the highest rind bent bidder subject moot will dt against you.II trltl Contracting) .., Co., ."lm..t..Ihunt. road 27 .. _.
goon you on on to the approval of the (' I IE. IB I ordered that notice benubllHhed .
Georgia last O (:Mrs. ,\. AV. unit Cor.) ou.. | In the Bradford Cauiity ilrlflln 1'"lrl.tn.Co., "et'"I' tl rond 20 -- -- 1..1 f
,,11 fill baysls Out of evry 50$$$ $$., i Telegraph week for Two nrlltln Co., eltmat road It---------- I" .
Master. l'unr"n.
0 llrimii fo., fund .17 .. '
........................ get 49$ $$|$ en you get the re- J U FUAZEf. month Orltfln f'nitti'tiiIlngi'ti., .tm, roa.1 43W ____-- _.- a
., Alaehua was a maiuler. I think it wulil be beter aollcUor I-a.lt-a-a. WtTMKSS the Honorable A. Z. ..lmat. '
I. ni ( Adklns also Alderman 1., JernlKiin und Moll. t road 28 -__ a 4V,01 ,II' gt. ,
Judge as
Graham Feb. 24.--Sir.\[ Truby t.V. at __ __ 2151.77 : I
i Monday. for me than this EO-00 whut 1 here \V. U nnd S"" --
NOTICI-] Clerk. and the of thla J"rnllnl I
I 14 ._ 6D1.43 t''
( by was a visitor llynl of Waldo was. a visitor ever> sum fouka menshum.\ -- court at Rtark.,, Bradford 1 uounty. \, I... J.rllr. 11,1.1..I "Inlal. rr,1 IX ._,___._____ 811.31 ;, J -
1" ..tmah'
2&IU of January .lel'nIIRI
n I Monday last. here last week. I axerd ntly found out I bet by In Circuit Court, Twer.tynlxthJudicial J"lorld.. isas. day \V. I. unit ""'. t"tlat. road 8.8----------_ 640.10 ; .
Circuit Bradford County 1. \V. 1 retail 17100W. J: } ,
; Miss Thelma Brown the Jtrnhral 11.1 M.n. .
1thaw; of Gainesville spent lieu a blew bottel with this grean Florida.Bradford. Ct.V' AT.nF.HMAN'Clork U AI.I Hon., oitlmate* road IB _______ __ ."'.00 .: ",

'u-r- Friday last. week-end.1n Starke. I,I rlvelf skum and then passln a shot County Hank, H. PRKWH Circuit Court.A. 11. 1'lH'rIU., fllllnn up ,fI"'' road IN ._..___ 10000 ; .

I I -3'k list this week Mr. Aubrey Penney of Starke : of leckterinlty frum a storage bat- a corporation rialnllffV8 Attorney for Conipnlnnnt.l.iTlOt88. SKPTEMHRU M. .th, .l7. fivlirht, "' Ynrbnrouith', ..____. .-. 4142.61 '. ,' 'I .

Molt. Mr. Kirby motored over here last Monday.Mr. try thru It, all the jlrnis becum 0.'O'I'U" 8. A. I.. Hy., freight I 1"1 unit Ynrbormimh .-______ .IIa63.1 '". ,
a. Feet. Charlon R. Ocular llrltttn 'oflu( roil ln' t' luau e ,riinil 24 ___ ___ I .
Av- D. N. Howard of Lyman ( ---
Waldo r. >! ri i viION rou ..
mias and Mrs. mo- dell at wuiiHl an ferment an In a 1 and J. II. Lawrence ( llrimn .. imlimiite I mud : __..______ ._ 2I I*.08 ': .,
Ur. Leslie Parrlsh torede over here last Sunday. fue howrs and' a llttel kulerln matter D.r.ndl\nl. I'lHIMtVNotlio t'onlrllllK, 1 ., t-Hllmntv, road ;4) ._._.____ .. 42408 i
: T Irlll rn'I.1 .__.___.___ I 1 .
We all to hear that TO T.YIAN II'I (H.RI.l:1Nn I t'.lrll'II"K( ('n.y illtiiat road 87 ? 671.40 ,
.?", "1,1,1-1,! Prevail.utRins are glad I got of the grutetu drluz n. I fA IK hereby Riven that the unleiHlftned I llrllHn ; Co., .-.11".1.. rnnd, 31 ---'-."--- -- $79.sie : ,' -
who met with a Frank Parrlsh Is better. then ever cum frum a mane shlut 11.lthih1 TKllMONS 1NTKHKSTKn who was convicted of lareny (Irimn I 1'11111.111 l'otlr'1II.I ('ii.. ccl I ins I. .., 2ft .. .__._ __ _. 349.42 rJ\ I
II : <'f 1','mestlc Antnialt*, and nvn- Drltlln : ( Co, t-Htlmato rimd' 37 ___. __ u .__ 181.4(1( .' I I
last Ethel Pauline
I (1 l. HI week Before Misses Moore, still. The Biiply of raw merterll You, and each of you are hereby t.I"I to ser\e thrco %','nr. In Ftal. (IrlTlln (- "Irl", 'I ., cit liticili rand 14 _.n n_ ... i I6I.M2 1 I -

,. ''ii.mo. from the hospl- Mills Thelma Brown, Aubrey Penney ls without llinet. notified t that the nbove Ktyled milt 1'I.on. 11 1'lr11 I ('..rl. 1_.. "ntra'ln/a,1 ,..1111.t rUI,1 28 ._. _.__ 811 I 80 ,
\ I'rnll"n
wan Inntltiitecl In the above ntyltuicourt I ( 101'1,1a. II the .1 Term of I.. nml e 42 _. -. ... II4.VO -
ula' ititi 1 Monday evening. and n. N. Howard had dinnerat On serkluL thuuts 1 hoop the bored on the :nth day of .Tnnnnrv A. said ),",' IPO" the 11h. day ot \V. I 1- .J""IIII'I ii nil 8,111.n., ..' I"ins I. filial 26 _.__.. ___ 1111. e- '
i KitFp was a business KIngaley Lake Sunday. All reported of helthy aent tukin cay noils I>. 1028 and on that day a Writ of Nov. 192(1( A..I I ditch, to the \V. I. J'I'nllll JlI'IIKln and Hun fNiliiiutti roml,
attachment wan duly Indued therein noxt seep,|,ii .f the llrmrd, tif PardonM W. 1 ft pal Him, entliiinl I i a roud $ ,
I I" ill',' last Monday. a nice time. of my device as per rltens of last and levied by the sheriff of Brad II I 111.I I hit".,.,., lIIrhl., for I eon.l.I \ J I J"'nlM11 nnd Son 1..lnll. roil, 80.IO.'f I

pall game here last Mrs. A. O. Brown ami Thelma weak. Anise, iloaut menshun "tula ford county, J'lo.hlAb on the 2 5 th day I I in. \\. I I.. I mid Hon. i .lnUle I lloud,
I' the folInwlnir URKY J.rlll\1 04 ...._ __. .__
I of January. upon INII18U.11 \V. t ,and Hun. ( 27O.4SW.
between the WalK were business visitors to Starke to of them veil estalt fellers. ontate In qt -2. < .Trlllln .lmlll ___ __. _
ft 'i l' III eny 'Ay..rl..1 ronl : \ I I.. nnil ,''II..t. ronil i Id ..... 26fl-.T5
teams. The score Monday. ef do. thall besellln riveR I.. unit"Son, mal. rnnd __.._...__.._... 407.84
II you Bond Trustees Bradford \ .1.rnlal1 ,. .. i Hoiul 1 __...._____ 1)3.45) .
here. of the Hoard of County I. and Hut .Humid n. ]
I ) lavor of Waldo. We are having B. P. U.. frunt lots with those rtpearlon Report JoneH l.iniilier, Co, niipiilleH .. .__....____--.-,..__-____ 16.2H' ,i ,
.,i i preaching on the Everyboay! invited to attend every I tiles all along grean riveR oubonth Florida for six months, euditiK December) 31st, 1927tilCllI J. O. 'I'lionian. f.ue. punta .ud .14 ___..___......___ ._ -78.50,) ."..
Kill ('jert Is *,t Kocker. blue' prints Hrooker I'Oud 20.62Will -
LIII I, in Feb. at the Free Sunday night at seven o'clock. Hides Then whear wud we i JoiieK.: : moving fem-o; r.iud 2H ----- -_---------::-::: 68.80:

'hurrh at 11:00: a. m. We are all sorry to hear that I get ower suplY of groan skum for' I 11 bun. ninvlnii$ felCI rond, IT ________._-__.____._-.: 8a..'
: : u. I I'Unl I.V. l Illlllber lllHictloll|, __..__.._,-_.___.___... >t.6H
m By H. C. Brown little Truby Dyal died' from pneu ower skeme Without\ skum ower : lox ( 1",1., liinibor Hrotilfer mail. ... .. _.._._.._... 2145.00 1 ;'
,mo) Ilev. George A. monia. lie lied Friday( night after Blume is 0-0 lusted of beta 4950.Will CFI July 29, gas tax from Compt. for June, ___ ___ 3227.0: i H.V.: Moiire alleKed:: ii: ;hut it' to -,."ii| road f 18 ________::_ DO::00I ::( 1 tI .
Jacksonville. August 23, Raw lax from Compt., for .3 tiiy--------_ 21111.7') I ant! ". t'Mtliiiuto i i I Iti-uokrr road --._. .18,243.111 I ,
!viincy Farms. All are having been taken to \ rite moar anon and per- Sept. 2 sac tnx Compt. for August, __ ___ ._ I..el(. nnd "I'I""nlh.' ..lluII.I I IWool"r road _...____,1., (68.1 I i ,
itn-nd, the services.: mlskous neic time. Sept. : Town" fl'oa l.awtey for grading ___ __ ________ 2XIt0 221.00( ) tJigluy. ".Y"rh"r'Hlh.! ,.,-. 1'" llrooker road ._..__._.. -11.12Inlll -
IheMi ....... ... .......... 23, for Hale aid wire _.. ___h____________. nf Hlnike, pnv KdlM _. __ _____..____ HOlla
ilntu( angel xfilered Yoars as ever 23\rO1 nan tax from Compt. Sept., ____ _. ___ ._ 3070.4(1 5 11..cur,1. ,County Hank, oar rolls .___ ._....___....... 186.2 I

!t T M. Hodge and took : SAMPSON CITY : Nom de Ploom. Nov. 2. recelced for lease __________u___ u __ __ 12x.II Oe'rOII':1: 1.1. ( 1 fl .._
their beloved S I>eo 0, HUB \HK from eUIt. for __,___ n____ ._._. & llnllrnnil f"1.11 n.'n 11,1 Varborotmh ____.,___ 13081 pOt .
midst, Octoler (
t'lci) Thomas Whether the people of the slate A :I I.,' H1-J7, fl.llhl. I \llho"1111 -- ----------- 1.00 A

Mn. Sarah Jane Hodge, fit to elect Dr. Hathaway to be Totnl I receipt B, __ ________._______.____.._....15,304.15msnURSEMISNTW ''OTI.fl 4th I I.. ) nn, t1l1c (lay afternoon. ................... .... see :: I.. .I""nIIILI. and ". .'cu( iuiate rond (liii) ___,_-...._-.___ H31.IO I Iv .
her death Governor or not we will have to JULY \ I,. .i"cit I gee te ii nil Hon., oNtlnintA I I road 23: .._____________ A7X O'l) Iv ,
a'' sto mourn Sampson City. Feb. 24.-Rev. hand It to him\ that he has done 5thA.. A. [llr..n. cxp. meetlnK June, __________;_____________ 0.00 \ ,. I.. JwrnlMHli, goal OKlliiiutn minI Ill ......______ __ 6jd.no( .
'und Mr T. M. Hodge and \V. K.: ", "XI' meeting June__ __.__________....... (601)t \v. I I.. .lerniHiin ,Knd 101., I u road 1111,A ........______ jv.
boys and two C. A. Crosby filled his regular appointment more In the way of developing the It. A, "'e.IIM. ."",. meeting' Jlnl n...__-.__..____?__?. ft.00C. \ I.. nnd. Son, .llrll roml IX _..._...____ iHilAlAV. ,
ildrcn two here Saturday night and highways of the state than any or A. Futch, celery secy Jlne _______.________.__________ 7I>.00Starke 1,. J'lh.nl end Hln. .enllnmla. ,','iii 35 -..__.._______ 231,. 12 ,
lie funeral services were the Telephone Co.. phone' Service--___......___...__. 1.50 W. 1 I.. ..1,1'IIII.u, nnd Hon pntliiiata, rOI,1 46 ................. 20,3.35,) S
(Dedan cemetery last .Sunday. in fact all other public men In ('. A. Fulch. Incidental ..________.?..____..... 1.08 W. I I.. Jernlxiin' 'and iCon Oil' 11"11. 33 _...._.______... 2110.11
thi The death angel entered the home generation that preceeds him.- I.' staple puller."pen.e.________.._ .______....___..... ',7B W. I.. .1..1.1..1 .nnd "UI, .. I, road ,13V ___...________ 3st.f.V. ,
v 'nftcrnoon. The servieestitlUCel of Mr. Lewis Parrlsh's l<'rldaymorning .r eon.y. ", supplle _____-._______-______, _______ 6.41 \ I I.. .h.rlhrnl nail ,, ..I'III.' rUlt, 67 .......----.-.. ( 1 I
by the Rev. II. C.ot Milton Gazette. Bradford County Telettrnpli. latterhaada ._-._-....._._... R.H5 W. j I.. und. Hon, ..1..1. 68 ..__..._._____ i 17(1.HO t
and took away hIs! mother -. ___ .._..____. \V. 1 I.. und, l rond _?..-________ loilS.75Deen
,t i'III 'reeVIlI Baptist Electric: lights Installed McDonald & Hurnnmn, tr.tor I"rl ,----. 11.01 ,J.rlt"1, ,' 111., .llniiU. llrimkrr:___.....___.____ 761305
( Point "
Mrs. Martha Parrlsh who was Canal JonR Lumber ('a., lumber _____,_____.__.....-___- ''' .. ______ .
.Slu: was a good mother Feb. at express platform here. I I. C.'aii. ins premium __.______________?,.____.___ __ I SI.II I linen and '\n'.I..o.lh.1111', I I a lImo k cc rond ....._. ..__20,11".001_ ) )1 ,' .
Saturday 28
burned by a heater .:._ 1 I '' I I pulvH, rnail -
'a i b} all. Mt. J. O. Christopher ('0., shovels _____ __ _____,._.,.__?.?_. (lliitnptou ...I.hnn.. I. "uvlnr road -___..-..'___.____. 20 8.1.IIH. e I .
11th. She was laid to rest at rTOHtSenled ] I Store MUuplle.9--------------------------- .25 julRley Int POvi. MII'III" __ __. __.. _._. 11.07
\ uid ,
:>OTICH TO ( CC \lIE 1Itrh"I'1 "rul < --
S Slnla cemetery, Friday afternoon. 10..1. supplies _' __ __ ___________._.__.____.. 54.52 I Ki., (| > II.nnk.. ,, >nv ruU. ____..__,___. -_ _____ 1181 1 .ej
; supplies arid labor __._____. __ 26.10J. 'imiily l.wk. ._ __ ______ ___ SUO.4SNOVKMIIIOU
?-? ?
i y
....... .......... She leaves to mourn her, nine bItt.. will lie received by tli. It. Davis.. Ilrulu., Inn, prrniltim on car -__.__.-_"_._-_. 421 Hunk, of Hlnrh 1"1) 'ul. -- *l .
I iMt,
children Edd Lewis, Frank, Hoard. of Hond TriiHtfpH of Bradfordenmity. Service ( -... .- ._....._......__. H. A. I.. Itv.,1r'pIKhl., d ien YarborotiKh ____. 1841.52 ,.
LAWTEY Lena Flnrlilti, lit I the nlllce ot I theeireliiry Joe SUI.n lumber"t..Unn.. n_.11.pl.s____._____________________.____ H2.BH H. A. I.. Bv. rrclKht.. l >Kn n..1 In. "'.I'hurou.h ______. i 111.11 I .
Block Mary. Ruth, Ruby, i>f the boiird, at SlnrkelPla. C ; I>. t t. rim.Jones, itIpliiliC ______________ _.__.___...___ 5802 und ._.... -,- ) .
.. In.: :. Uurue, Cor and Harmon Parrish. .. until 2 n'rlock. I'. ,n. of MnrrliUTth. Brailforil Countv pay rolls __ .___ _.___.__..?-..__ *..GG HOllh.rl. A. .. I ,lY'J., f."llhl., I 1"01",,1 YinboroiiKhW. _________ 11\11.\1! '

......0..0.. ... 'p :..;0 TheV.. M. U. women from ( .'d 1tC2! for$. and coiiKirm-tlnMT.nt Hint I time. ,rompletjnn IubllclYuU'1 I !Bank. _' .Starke.: .I'uy,luk.,_ : !!." .-_-:4/.to- .ri I---; : ::y--------...N..---- 633.41 03.60AL'OUST : ,... U. Jvinluiiii Jerniiraii and and Son.HUl., Hnllinatn eMllinati.H road Hi-nil Hit"! ".".._.._._._._._..__-..____ ...... 661.31 167.111( I. '.

Starke met with the women here ,.i.n"U'letot and Ilprovlnl ,0 N. 1> WOIW.t" "" 'ur"'K.. .. -.1 AV.\ I... JprniKiin' roml 11 __ _.___._?-.. ---- .

Feb. 24.-The Ladles Sunday afternoon so as to help I ford ,. or .eeUu. roads l In A.21.1.. Dnrdon. expense meetIng July __. _____..-,...__..___ \'r. K .I""IIII ILHII"n., ..IIul..IInll... road I 17 ___._________ ___ 1 8lI.l! .4
Until County: _____ __ ._ 1BSI38AV.
__ ._
church waeilly __ .__.. .. _..._. 8.00( AV.. I I.. .. .and Hon, .. regal 34 -
ilu Methodist themselves together Uunil No. 36-IC'inil 3 to Iload 4 by W. U. "Torode expense meeting July ? ? .11".1. fond 21 I __________...__. 160763) :
them organize Hon
entertained at the Oi-oritc rIfle soil Itomun Alvarez.Itoml H. expunse J.July __ ______-___._.__ 5.00 J I. .i "ritigetti and ..llmol. __....___..... 21313Hlrlekbind t fttt
We feel that they will be glorious I No. Vitnclerhllt School tettoal C. A.V.. ... salary 1.111, ________,__.__.-._,.__-..___ 75.00CV \v. I I. .leinlKiin iim. l Hon 1 ""UIII.ire ru..1 fnm-B 32 -_-_. ___..______ 2349,115! 1' 3''
[ 10"y.
Mrs! W. II. Edward wltli this asHoclatlon. 5 by SumVhltfliuudM.( A. J'u\'h. I incidental _____.___._-__4.-_*._. till I ii,i'd ware t'n., ill r w ") 6000 tI I IF
work done In 'lt"h. .xl'el. KnlKht' I fee ,roud 8* ( I -
Hood No. 40-Roiul 3 to New HlvT _._ .. 5.14 1. 1 ni y lel.rlorVII" )
E. liar supplies 40000
E. ( _
wards and Mrs. Jones Lumber n. -- --------- -<---- of j
Mrs. Myree Meritt from Fort < Station, by Hen llenfroe.Hnnd Antlerson'H iolnt hostesses. Mrs. Chas Pierce was visiting her sister Mrs. No. l l6-toad 6 to Road ('him. Carter, _____.____________,.M- .__ 5.00 Joe' Urll. ''uk.r., for -roail 48 .-._.-_-_.___- S tOll 3'
president opened the by Will. Anlrew. Starke t'nR: .. phuno service _.._..__..__?.._.___ 1,40 .1"Jurlh."hul. J"vl"K0.., .h.I . .__.. ... ___.____... H.60 I '
Sarah Jones l Friday and Saturday. Ilouit to New Hop ,V. H. Torrtde.. supplies _______._.______________?--_?___ sell Dixie I (1.lml.", ", & 11.pll I Commuted, pi pa road 16 _____ 23424llradford vi i
with Scripture reading ', Mr.! Hiram Prescott and little road by O.V. Inz.n.Ho.d KlUs Curtis & "Il'r., blue prints _________u______.___ 11.1( ( County 1.1,1 pay'f. rolls! ...- ._._...__..._. 66H'32llradford tI
cI 1 by prayer. The business made business tripto No. 1 .to Nowllnuc 1 >. I'. Jones. Huppllnn. ____________ ___________i______ : : :: :\ ;Cniiiity::: : Hunk\ Jilt) ()lil ... ..:------.--------- M 65 S i
son Herbert, a ( by otin Harry.Iload ___..___ ___ ___ 667 OH V f
Irlhre Kecond and Drlnllnn_ 4(1.IO( vollM, __ _
book l Teleitiupli, Hank of Hlin-lii"( pay
4 spent discussing Ihe I' Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. 18-Itonil 1 to Konne A ItrmlfiiKl, County 2M xhlllKleM" .__ _______.heetl.________ _______.___ 18.00 John, i-Mllinittu, riuirl 1413 ._ __.-_.._________. lull no I. jf _
'si* and relating Important and Mrs. Johns were accompanied (:: by No.Jnn 2fi-Kelly.itotk Church to ropd 11. N.11. Drew C'"., supplies ___________________________ 34.65 .liihn) ( "nwl"l"wil", ...Ul"LI. Cnrrmlln roud .__.______. --..- ((11-24' 84Irlitln fl 'I _ _
__ )
._ __.
11'11:71 ____ ____...___ 222.IASupreme "., eHtlmute 44I
this first book of the J. .\V. Andrews. Jr labor and supplies llrlllln 1'111111 r.n.11 4
and family ________
by their son i"IU 2H2.09, Co., emtlnmt, ---
:, ; Prom Hampton.K.y..lo. ServU-o Station, ________.____.._?___ ( l'unlrIL'lnK 31' __ .7j 4
was decided to study the from Jacksonville Sunday. .. heIghts Koad. throngr n..r Hank. of Starke pay rolls,.u"I.I.____ ..___ .__ ______ ..-______.___ 07.04 (IrlllUi' CutI''I'1, "'ii., eHlhimlH' rnnd _.-_-....... 100 tilBI311,( ) ( e.h
this and relate ___________,____ .___ 751.88SEPTEMlIrm 141 tiC a I |mvnil-ill. mi 'roud ,,28 :: ? -
2S.Ilonil .
'rough Hon.il No. ;
year, Miss Doris Thomas from Pa- sl.'.%- State .
therein at each meeting. latka was visiting her auntie Mrs. No. IS to No.float 32A No.-Krnm 32. A. A. P.rlpn.6th 10J7.expense meeting August _____.__..?.._... SOIl \ : (Cnnirni'l;'iiiumi'llmr:: ,: :,:l Intr:: (Co:'a.: :,, eel.:'xthrmte I Inintci: : ruin ri/lid/ :I I 21 29 ::.-.......-::::::.--_- JHO 10K.12.7Oilrlltln '

oj then adjourned and ti sour Sarah! Jones this week-end. lloiul No. 34-Krom Hampton soUth W. 10. Torode, expense n'tinJ4 August ____..--.._.....__ S.OI ('n.. I road 41 ...:__....________. 3HI.74Irlllln tt
was spent In which lit. Friday to Abiotlllil (nuntv lineTotal It. A. Weeks, expense mailIng August ________---._..--..... 1.10l I llrlllln 1'uiilrn.etltiK, C''u.. ...lmll. rond i 30 ___ ._._.______-.__ 17O 10 -
., School: was closed here this length of thewo projects Inaiiproxltnattljr A. salary August ___,.-__ .___.._.._._.. '1.00 ( 1'\u'll> ". .lmlll.. rininnv Ford .....___ .--- 8X34llrlllln f, j-
c Jewel Myles, Grace AI"Mary The teacher and pupils are ( 30(1() ( nilli'M. The total C, A. 1"II'h. Incidental, .el'Y. expenses _._ __ __ ______?_____...j 6.11o Irlllln I Cuntrni-tliiK' I'u.('0., rHlliiuitHone"lln".I. ) 17 ____.____._____ 60U.3UlHCiMlliu i i' ,

Edwards and Jim during their iliiantlllfH. of the Items on which pro. r> ('. I..teh.Jones __ n_____. .__ __ ____._____,-.... : 3rd 'l'J-7 1 21'
''iMwunU; planning what to do pohnln are d"I..1 nr. a" follow: J. 1", Colley, .I'.smlr..pplo. _ ._ .. ______-,._.____... 400 : Southern, Ity. I Ix-'n nnd Yarborounh ____,------- 1797.41 It 4I',
gave several Inter- vacation. riuarlnir un< IrnhblnKr 27.18 ncrea.Kxrnvatlon J. W. JI' and labor' -._.__-,...__.._.. 13M 02 und rWllhl., eel" Ilro'ker roml __ ___ ____ '0H7.xl
piano' solos. The hostesses Jones Is spending; a c ynrda.Iload 990 .tat Starke Anlrew.Telephone (' .u"p1e.., nervlce ____..-..__..___ 2.25"W. 1..1 I mid Y"rh..u.h VII'burn""h. ".st!"llt.i 1" Flronkor rn.,1 _____-. ...__ 8D87 HIW. ,
Mr. Duggar muililne Ki'adlntt .0. 28 ____ 43 70 li
their guests with a delicious I Mrs.. loim. Torode. ""pl.le. __ __.__ -------r------------, 4.0.1J. :I'I.tr"ul.' .hr"lt.. 1..t VVIWlHon_ ___.___1''R,1_....____ ___ 2500I ) lj i.I .
few days with his mother, I'ntrented Btructurul timber, II.Udl .- t.. Futch, ".__ _. ___ __________,..?_... 121 AV. A, Jon H, dll"'o i-rnp, mu .1 2 Ii t
ourse and coffee. Those Sarah Jones. M. H. Min ]... Morgan, hauling.tnll" IlmlJer pllpr.to Brooker u___.__.......... .(' 4. R night. (Tlio 1or'L) ___ ..__ ,__________ .-- 1000Oulajley (72 43VV _
._ __ _______. __....__. Got and I linvlH aupplloH -- -- -- -_ '
were Mesdames J. H, I Lacy Underbill were Inch pipe riilvprtH 112 Hn. f Truman Thomas, road ? : I -rnml- ,...:::.. :::: :: 6'l'l! OSAV. ) P '
Mr. and Mrs. 24 Inrh ul|> culvortB 336 lln. Bradford County second .h"el. _______?_.,__ .91) I.. JernlKiin, nnd Huri I, ontlinal ___....-.._:__ f '_ _
Catherine Teare A. A, Sunday. lone In accordance .el..rl\ph., _________ __ ___ 2.70 I I. Jernlnaii' Hon <>.tmILI. roud 46 26S.81V.
visitors here All work to be Light and Pllnt light a ? tn,1 __________________
Olms. Dlnklns. Fred Moore, Thomas and Mr. with the plane and Inxtructlonn. Benernl ely lleflnlnsr Co., lub. oil ___..____!___ _____________?.____ 653 \ I I.. .lernlicnii' ...IIIIH( rOld mail 40 34 ____,__________ 125.10V. I _
(larley Rebecca Mr. Lucian! provUlonn, Kperlnl lrovIMIonMKIeCitlt'CttIOflM Jack Wynn bridge repair ___________u________________ 2000 \ i I.. Jnrnliran' nnd H..I".I. meal 33A ___...________ 131.M7W.
Whitehead,, Eugene Rosslgnal! from Jacksonville and propoHal und eon- Supreme Service Station, KTa" and oils____..-...._......* 257.84MrOonald I. .l rnli arj and Son, 8.1"\11., rnnd 82 ..___......._____ 77063AV. _
''urney, U. R. Thedo, J. T. the week-end here. tract of Itrndford county. and llurnman. tractor lot rts ________._,______ 4.71 \v. I. irnlKiin, and Son, n.llll. rnud 67 ...__......__... 34300AV '$' _
spent 1-larh) hhl, mui t be accompanied bya _. ________. ____. 68.9> U .lernlicuii and Hon ..lnl.te ___. _
E B. Wells. A. M. Blan- the C. I'). Mcl.eod ),ai. on road i __ Him, rnad 36A ___........ 26.171; 4"
Mr. Volley McKinney spent certified rlieck or a hhl.r"' bond] conlr.c ____ _____ .00 1<. Jornlican and _______ 105.14 .!$
A. A. Durden. spark ___..________ ._ ? .. and Hon estimate 20 ___ _______...
L. H. Hill. N. B. Arwood,, week-end with his wife and baby made payable to K. S. Mathew., of Starke. pay plul______________...________. 4. W. I I... Jornliran Jrrnlican and Hon estimate mail- 42 _____.....______ 7680V f 1 '
five per I.Lnk. _______ 613.70 AV. 23 ____,________ 105(198$ $1 ,
ses Louise rolls .. .
Pltls Catherine estImate -
the hospital faith, County pay ------- ------ W. I Jrrnlicun and Hon,
and returned back to I .. t"rld.f an evidence of tfood lank I" rono 26 ____.....____.__ 8A0.01 .;
/urd. Jewel Myles, Grace Ar1111 Sunday night. We hope he will and .the\ bidder"** that will If awarded execute OCTOBER A..A.1827 Jjurden. expense meeting Sept. _______...-..__-__., 3.00 John W. U 1)owlInK.eetitnnt.JornlKiin and Hon,road..llm, MW 1 '>_ < ______.___.________ 62H 0(M) $l 1'
the contract ___ __ _______ SU.
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Blanche __ 3.00 Ilond 81
Burney _. ._ ('o., estimate 29'112Irlmn
be well. contract and Hive bond aa rerulred. W. 11. Torode, expense --------- Irlinn { '
soon the meetnl sPPt ______ .. &..00e. 'ontr'Lctnl I,yiatM roml 39, ---- 61.92 hI .
ames W. H. Edwards and R. A me.tln ... I ( Co est ---------- -- '
S We.k. .expense onllnintroad 43 ___. ._ -_ 4, ,
('n. --
The rIght I I. reserved to reject any A. Futch, salary secy for Sept -------- --------?----- '5.0/ ( _
'onlr.Ctnl __ .
ore were shopping la Jack- In his capacity as a builder of 'I, I road I ____-..-_ 731138Clrllllii 'p
1. .43 (
and all bid*. C. A. Futch. Incidental expenses _________ __________? ( Irltlln C .tIUI 2\\ _____._________ 122884- I '
p Friday. ., highways Dr. Hathaway has given Plan ami .p.elflrIUnn. may he Starke 'Telephone Co., phone Hervlce ________________-_- 2.30 Contrai-tlnR-.. .Urookor road __.. _____u HH.44 r f I.

C. W Roberts and daugh-- Florida this newspaper has re Keen at the office engineer Anderson's Ul\role. labor and supplies _______-_.___-._.- 1.1/ l).en and YArhorUllh, r-nr rock_ __ _______________-__.______ 9:11.: 44llradford I _
as roll
or at the office of th. xecretary \V. K. __________ ___________,.__,.__ Hank of rk. _____________. I ; _
tHY Lee returned home Frl- peatedly pointed out, the greatest of the board at Starke Fin.' J>. (', Jones, supplIeR. ___i__ _________...___-__.._____!- 41.81 C'ounty llank. pay rolln ------- '

ni OeLand where she has system of highways In America. K. 8. MATTH KWH ) W. WalnwrlKht, lumber u______________._____?.?_..- niHhurHBmi-ntii .. ___..______.,___ $29 ,688.25' -_ _
ChaIrman '
f. W. Morgan, ._____ _____________..____ 1.20 Total 'j\ -
|lilting her parents for the On his record he deserves the* vote C A. J'UTCI. .. I'. wlnd.hl.l. ._ ______ ____-____-_-_-- 121.81 11.1'1'1.: .r\IKIM. ______. < -
-ek v- of every Florida citizen who Is Interested !"-" 2245t3.23eielFIt J. W. 1oI"Y.. .bul., I.hor and ..pl'le. _________...___.._.. 36.87 .hiine Inirember 30th 31 1927, In nmount to "rclit. ..- ______.833.961.4n 121.16 f.

"rt schools good Pl'llt.ICATIOV Oulf ('n. teas and 170.8 1927, amount dlMljiinreliiBiitil ______ 24.GHI.2 -
Testone FOIl 31 -
of Jacksonville,, In good n.tnlol ol.--------------------_ ______ n."pm..r ___ ,' :
Joe ___________ 21.I.: 31 amount to but. ._ __ .. -
n visiting his grandparents roads and good government. All 01'11. tax commission ......__ !> .' Po'emb.r \ ',

"i' a few days. the way It's Hathaway-and we In Clr11 Court. ,Itradford Twenty-Sixth flounty: Ju-, (Supreme Comml..lon.r.Service Station, supplies a..or.__________?__.?__ 276.23 Total amount __ ._ _____ __ __-__________.1329.486.02 839.48.0 _
rolls ____________--____-___ 6.9.41
County pay
Hill and E. E. Burney were extend a hand of welcome to our State of Florida. In Chancery. Url\dforc Clarke, pay U.nk.roll _._ .. _______-____._,__-- December 31, lo amount on hand __ _._ -__' 831.817.7 t i
'ling MiamiBeach Uora ivriiii-T: : ,M IM" (* "
business visitor. 'I''l
In Jackson distinguished Complainant NOVEMtlKIl A. A. 1st Ilurden 1828, expense ,meetlno, Oct. _______.____....--___ 3.00 June 30th 1927 amount on hand .- __..___,____ ._ $44,75,1.17 '
day Sun. 1 VB. Oct. ...__ ______.____ 3.00 I
Torode, for "
( AV. 10. expense me"llnl. _
"r journeyed over to Hamp- S John ) rhrldl. A. expense I. __._...__-_.-___-___ 600 1".31 r..I"I"I .1. and coupons roU. 115,00000Amount 20.700111
chairmanhas Defendant. I. 'Ve.k. meetnM. ( ____ _____ ___ 15.011h \'teiti.
'lay afternoon The Road Department It apponrltinr affidavit\ anpended :. A.; I-'ntih, salary ) ._ --_ ill r ----
to play a .tr nhovKxtateilfaune I.CY. _________ ._________ 4.00 -- .
I I., not had time as yet to make to: the bill I n ( A. Futch Incldttiitnl expenses -- ,1 $HIblOlh.f47 46,784.57fiKimber
) ader of basketball and that John Farhrldtre.' the defendant Bradford County Telegraph printing ______--___.-.._-- 1ft.no ----
they won bo.th of them. any speaking tours, but Is going to therein named In a non- K. Torode, supplies .. __________.__..__..____ 10.00 I 1-0,716 5TSWe : _
conduct most of Ma campaign reildent of the State of Florida' and W.Wetmur.. refund amount deposited for react .......___ 800.0/1 i 31 I 1'27. in niriount, nn hnnd ._ ._ -

whL1. : Lawtey can do. while he puts he I. 1 rexl'lfint of in Vermin Avenue I F.). C. Jones, siippllas ___ __________<_____...........___ 39.60 t '
B Gore has been visiting through his friends. City of PlttHhurwh., P.nn.vlvRn- lulf Co, ___..____________________ __ 2.92> 1
of his efforts Into la and l I" over the age of twe ity- n.flnh'l ,1. _____ ___, ._ 18.77 I
'nan for the major part II. & ., supplle -------- ---- .
several days. highway network one year: It IK th.refor. nrd..r.d. truck repairs ___ -------.__._----- 26.81 ::
lange --
vast --
"(1\ Mrs! J. H. McCleod spent finishing up the that Kald d"fendlnt to Highway (iarILeteq! uppllen __ __ ._ _____.....-...-_.___ can chanifi! your HRS ,

r and Tuesday with Mr. and which has spread over Florida and IN hereby of complaint renulred filed trt apitear In mid A nd.r."n'i:. Torode. suppll .___ .____ .____________________ 0.30 'YE S 8 _
Miami the bill 'V. _________. _.____ 83.07
M. In the last three years. before Monday the 6th W. Andrews', Jr., labor
nianchard.\ (:nose on or oh, H. I43N. otherwlxe Service supplies.lppl._________..-.._.....___ 302.42 InSmith's .
of Mar Supreme
King of Jacksonville was Herald. cay allegations A mid bill will betaken Bank of Starke 8tolon. ____ .____._.__-______*.____ 6I5.6 .
Mi and Mrs. E. E. Burney C IIlnt."Isn't as conC. by Bald defend- Bradford County p.y Hunk rol., roll ____________.__---- 658..12 _
pretty late anli In further orl.r" that thl or- DECRMHIJH A. 8th.Durtien.1927 expense Nov. -__-__.-__.___,.___ n.00W. -, ;
,11d, Mrs. W. H. Edwards It getting ler be a week fnr A.. 13. Torode, expense n'e.lnR. __________,.._-____ B.00R. Stark
dear?" Four consecutive w..k. In the Bradford Weeks me"Unl Nov. _________-......____ 10.00C.
A. expense
Inesday In Jacksonville. "Gracious but I'm thirty!" County Teleffranh. a newppnner A. Futch. salary secy.n..tlne. _________________.......____ 75.00 Garage 1.
rnnte> riarley of Starke published in Bald County and C. A. Incidental .J.en.e. ___ .._______...___---- 1.34 la.
"Who dealt this mess? it,.Ce.This. J. 'V. J'ul.h. ... Jr., labor and .nl.pH.. ________,..-_____ 12.41
',' day with her father Rev. "Migawdt I I pass! January w.Zlth.AMfnnMAN 1't. City LIght and Water Plant, light ." _______...____ 2.70 .

,''nson. eat?"-Judge. n. fourt. Starke Telephone ( '0., phone service --___--------.--____ 2.7f __
'Vben de> we. Clerk Circuit ________ .. _____ .
Wooten and sister, were C. A. KNIGHT J. F. Colley, repairs .. n_ __ __ ___ ; -
S Rol- By Deputy Clerk. W. B. Torode. supplies' ._ _______ .____ ____________._-_.:__ 53.9* --<- v _
Jacksonville Monday. President Hamilton Holt (tSEAt.) JOHNSSolicitor Fred Hupp, truck repair ____..___________._.__- 81.417Supreme
.In! a c Geo. Anderson and W. lins College has been Invited to : K. M. for Complainant. supplle ..._____.--.------- 110.77 I ll
the International -' f.ltM .!, 1). l..rvl", f ot"n. ______---__ .__.______ 4970McDonald
"n attended the Eastern become President of M. and o. tor lrl. ____._._....._.___ 497.13Hank R. DAVIS & CO. 1

-ting in Starke Monday University Cruise organized tsreit's RAV.ih of Starke UITAml.ntra, \ __ ________________-_-_-_______ 619.11) J.
In New Yorkto County Bark pay roll .________.._...___... 8U.71 _

'n : operate State ofJ'lorida
l'lle.! visited Mr. and Mrs. for college students according to Circuit Ilraclfonl In Chancery.County. Total dlsbursemsnts __ --_ __________________114,000.74 INSURANCE
Thede in Winter by Charles ni.c\i'irri.'Tiov
here Sunday. Information made public ;.rftak hr La.kL jolne'. June 3Dth, 1927, to amount on hand ______128,115.81 __
and Mrs. R. Blanchard ________
E. Park. Iiec. list, 1927, to amount receipts 15.364.1 'f
.- Kingsley visited In Law- ''N. T. n1t h, et al. Dec. 31st 1927.: by amount disbursements ___... 11400.74 .

nday. Stuart-Martin county packing growers house "lee Under entered and by In virtue the above of of final January entitled de- Amount. tobalan__ __.__:::::-,::::::::::::::::-_-_:-_._::::-___,43,419.96|) 29.49.23 4.41.96D.cemb.r AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

and Mrs. J. H. McLeod of Association accepts aline on the 28th day

completed here recently. I .K2H. and recorded In the record, HookNo. of .31st 1927. to amuont on hand .._ _______ _______U9.48.a
were Order
visitors to Lawtey In. Chancery ,
road beIng laid Court II4)I ptr'n STARKE FLA.r
mile .
2 1-2 In favor of Brad-
Melbourne ( 6. at faR. 84. i>isniH :,ICST9< _

Catherine Blanchard spent built connecting Melbourne- ''I ord uralant Coun the above, a corporation named. leabelle, and .ULY 5th. 1927 *M>Tlng barn voa _
In. Jackao vlUe.. KJaalmmee highway with poultry I and,a.k empoweflf'f and Chart**m*Ij..-ek. Aireetlnir I wlU L.re Hud Ur.nia._ e.._*l fesuc rood ..-__. --_.. 10.41 --c--- : : -: 0R _

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Carlton and Sidney J. Catts. Of these I :MILS! }n: nIBTT.\ BROWN c.\lm 01
( three we believe that POLITICAL rHII1

J Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Dr. Hathaway is the most acceptable candidate to Florida] asI I Mrs. Henrietta; ; Brown, 67, of ..We 3I'IB1to I h"'It,,.,,' ,

IN 1879 a whole. He is an avowed friend of the University of Florida ] Announcements Starke died !farly' tark i-for thl I I, ,tarp

+ 1I.. and was a staunch friend of the late Dr. A. A. Murphree. morning after a",*hort wedneldaY'j fend comfort tumi, ,Irl II!
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lIe is alumus] of FOIl SIIKIUFP servlcf.s"'were of our*,husband ,, l"1
an the funeral !
Class University.It :
Entered Second '
: i and as "h"
: Published Weekly on Fridays I hereby announce my candidacyfor 31 for the man )I.,, ,
r Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida is indeed unfortunate that Sidney J. Catts is opposedby Bherlfl of Brand ford county, auto- residence Thursday afternoon, ferings. : ''leMl

I morethan ject to tho action of the voters at the o'clock, Rev. G. P. Raymond, pastor .
.'4 I F K. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher one It appeared for a while that he primary of June 6th. If elected I of the First Baptist church, and r' v IItl
would have four or five in the the county '""I
race against him, and had sucha promise the citizens of 'Illlt
J. C. Robinson__________________________Managing\ Editor situation developed there ofllcient law enforcement, Impartially llev. II. A. Tucker of the Presby- Lake-City *
would have been little] -
doubt that 'I
applied. to one and all. Your support tartan church Starke, officiating. 'het' '
I == he would have walked into another will be appreciated.W. over 1820 show :"p, '
administration. Hathaway MITCH UPWARDS Interment followed at Prevatt cem- mils luilq'' ; !
SUBSCRIPTION RAZE issued I h", i ,,,,
d"'cc dmuu
ii t I has gained strength at a remarkable rate, and there is little etery, arrangements being in Daytona nt',", 'lie
Yearly $J.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance doubt in I hereby announce myself a candidate charge! of DeWitt C. Jonea.Tumi' win be .I i"1,.
4 ; our minds that he will emerge the victor and leave fur re-election to the olllce cond.'ii' i '""
'" Application of sheriff of Bradford county. It reelected e razed. CIt
Advertising Hates on the perennial ex-governor on the list of those who also ran. I will, an In the pant, spare ERNIE DYAIj -. -- -

1 .t ii Doyle] Carlton is a strong contender in the race and a fine duties no pains of In tire the ofllce.full discharge I earnattly of the*oIlilt NOTICE: TO iinnu: r-
of the voters In the Jacksonville, Feb. 18.-Truby I'lOHn <
-V / support
home. .
,, Buy all you can 10o man. -He is our pick for a second choice vote. ensuing primaryKOIl Respectfully Ernie Dyal, 8-year-old son of Mr.
J i h.
.. Many attacks have been made on Dr. Hathaway's road and Mrs. Trueman Dyal of Brook- Creditors, L.K, ,' >" 1-1 '
; is to be drained. STATE' sENATOItTo died late last night at a and all .. -" ,, 'nit,
riveR Fla.,
Grean program. These he has succeeded in repelling. lIlt has shown the Democratic Electors of: er. against the KV.I.,",, I h" '"I ,
+-' ,, I l ,trlct of: after brief illness. '
o we' ,9' Fifteenth "Senatorial' > local hospital a 1+rown, doceatIecl i Hfe"
that his slate is clean. We have had occasion to differ with Florida. 1 respectfully solicit your member of the Churchof to .present. I '"Ti>
killed but they do not die support. for nomination In June primary He was a thentlcnted. tl. 'III''. ,
Some auto drivers might get him in regard to certain roads, and we have sometimes expressed aa your State Senator for Bald. Later Day Saints at Brooker. A. Gardiner,,, C., .,I' '1/i/,d.h' ab
of the brain. embrace" the countlea who survive him besides his ford County, Fl, I i i '
from concussion trrtn';: Those
our differences in the columns of this All and Bradford.EEV1Tt1 year from dat. i Wa:
-o newspaper. .TT1_1\[, JOHNS, parents are, two sisters Mrs. J. II. provalor this i I", ,,,"" b 'I
i this has been taken into consideration in making our selection, Elleby and Miss Myranlne Dyal, bar thereof. .ind, / d,, '' kll!/
is holding FOR TAX COt*.nCTOH lehtod to "tV'
+' According to the Eustis Lake Region the flapper and have friend and two brothers, the v? I ,i 11-, n ,'
we found that our differences are overwhelmingly Having been urged oy my both of Brooker Estate are renn .I, T I
and feeling' that 1 am duly gealified, both of Bald debts forth ,, ,f!''II'I
i her own which is right and proper. candidate -: Leo and Lloyd Dyal, i '
' outweighed. 1 hereby announce myself a signed Admlnlnt, b( 'I
for Office of County Tax Col- 'I Brooker. The body accompaniedby This the thWm. dIn ..1

o worth of luscious strawberries Since announcing his candidacy for governor, Dr. Hathaway lector subject for to Bradford the Democratic County Primary Florida the family, was sent this morn LAI1RA 1t''11 .,!1"IlR''''y!
Plant City !shipped $33,000 has where the funeral T()
conducted a whirlwind campaign. He is just now next June. TOROrmI ing to Starke 2IOt4.6 __ '-1 )
W E. : m
t north in three days' time last week. swinging into real] political action. His services and interment will take:
first appearances on Sunday afternoon at 3 -- -- -
o hereby announce myself a candl- place
the speaking platform have proved his popularity. dlate I for the office of .Tax Collectorof o'clock. The arrangements were

( Lake \Vorth has begun to summons Florida newspapermen May we repeat with John Temple Graves, II, editor of the support Bradford of the County.voters of 1 the solicit County the directed by the Seashole funeral J. ILIFFE

meet in that city in April. It elected, promise the faithfuldischarge
to the press Jacksonville] and parlors
champion of the Hathaway stand- of the duties of said .

-o ard : "Health, Wealth and Hathaway." We feel] assured thatif _C. A. KNIGHT. AVHiKI-KU-MeU.\K: : : I Expert Watch ',
who splintered a hoe or axe handle] in Rep;
Many men never he is elected his administration will be one of friendship to COUNTYJUDGF1 -
their lives can break a golf stick most every game. the of I hereby announce that I will be a Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler of
i cause education.-Gainesville Sun. candidate for re-election to the oflloe Hampton, announce the engage- ing
Bradford -
l o of County Judge
to t I I<'lorlda subject to the Democratlo ment of their daughter, Annie
Ti/ girl who married a man just sentenced to --- -- 1-1'lmarY'' to be .. June 6th 1928.
I ;, That Georgia I Your support will wlllAbenapprecate Maye, to Mr. James Wesley McRae,
I the state prison will at least know where she can find him. OF-O. [ the wedding to be an event of I ENGRAVINGJEWELRY

i + o- FROM OTHER PENS hereby TAXI announce Assitssolt to the public April 29th .

", "A Poor Married Man" is the title of a new comedy. ConNor I I of that Tax I am Assessor a candidate, subject for to the the ofllce will ItUADKOKO L'HINO KKKTILIZKIt: ;:

married that the is a good one for a comedy. --- -- -- -- -------- --- of the voters at the coming Democratic
vince a man election to be held Issued by
title Primary The monthly report
Nor Norr f I doming to-think about it, may- commodities, which they buy everyday June 6, 1928. In asking for this elute the insocetlon bureau, department'
1 I thoroughly familiar
that am
be will nay
i t Scientist will swim among sharks to see if they like white Representative Green had his and for which' they pay with the duties pertaining 1 of agriculture, shows that Brad- Building

fingers crossed when he said Florida higher prices than in 1913. It thereto, and promise duties, If of elected Bald office Ford county purchased 298 tons of
will be
do his probably will discharge
meals. If report
I, men for their they "is as dry as the Sahara des seems, he says that they do not In the same personal-c-lncient fertilizer during the month of Jan-
that I have
short. ert.-Tampa Times. complain of anything but taxes. the collector's courteous duties manner-and will be on i uary. This report does not Include Starke, Florida
I o '-0--- the Job when you come to make your sales made In lots of less
"Sweet sixteen and never been The explanation is, when a man I'eturns-Hve. me a trial, I will appreciate than ton.
does not look It, and will show my appre- one
The fire-wrecked building on Call street any kissed" may be all right as a buys gasoline, sugar or shoes, the ciation by my' work. I earnestly I

{ i better than some of the ramshackle buildings the council had phrase, but isn't It a bit hard fora stuff bought Is place. in his Indi- solicit Most your' Sincerely support., E. W. HATES /

girl to be both?Eustis Lake vidual hands to have and to hold -
torn down.
Region. and to use as his very own; he sees I hereby' announce that I am a CAn-

1, ----0---- --0- it plainly and takes It home with didate for reelection of taxes to the of Bradford office of

Couldn't Oklahoma save money and energy by just buying The modern pest exercises an him. But when he 1'Iays'taxes., county county,assessor Florida subject to thewishes
auto horn Instead of the legs.- he'' gets nothing but a receipt of the voters at the coming
Palatka] News. A rather cer
a tack for the governor's primary re-electionI
it Starke Telegraph. Why not sub- tlfylng that he has paid and the support. Ineasking for

pointed remark. stitute the word "doorbell" for possible satisfaction of thinkingthat do so on and a record helpful of service courteous to, the efficient Better Traction

; 1 o 'legs1'-Gainesville Dally Sun. he is paying for his ten-thou- people of Bradford county and
should favor me, I will continueto
--0-- sandth Indirect interest in paved you
John Doe and Mary Blank were married in Sharon, Pennsylvania give you that same helpful! serviceI I
Rids have been received for roads and handsome public buildIngs have given In the past. Very re-

t after they convinced the magistrate they were not hardsurfaclng that part of State which he can neither eat nor "pectfuly. WAINwRrohIT5VFERINT '
N. D.
trying to be funny.Jacksonville Road No. 13, between Wylie and wear.-Punta Gorda Herald.Kegstonglieights. Area
b -Longer
S } Cedar Key. It can't come too o- }. nF."T rrnnc: isrSTHUCTIOV I -

o soon say the motorists.-Gainesville ........................ In announcing\ as a. candidate for

;' t store advertises, "Ladies' dresses half off'," News.. .: reelection of to Public the office Instruction of !Superintendent of-

but don't say what half.] -Eustis Lake Region. Call up Avery n J Bradford county, I promise. If reelected -
"The woman of today is no longer Ml.. Helen Ogden, Cur. 1 ,. : nthis. performance
Powell he'll know. ', f' of the dude of cilice andto
''a cook. She's a can opener. ....+.........*.**+*.**. maintain as gnat an Interest Inthe
', i i, ,, j o Thus Mrs Christine Frederick of Keystone'Heights, Feb..;24.-Mr.R welfare of the children duringthe
I have: In 1 the
I as
) New York indicts her sex. Well, T. Terrel, who has been suffer- next four years .
7 "Three tons of, red de chine past. I hereby e
: An exchange says crepe are "' I llh IVriJ'v8
somebody has to open the darned ing from a Y' s+h" the basis for a youthful afternoon dress." And three ounces things.- Miami News. his home from hlverslde hospitalin
myself n candidate
t hereby announce
:, Is considered a heavy load by the modern flapped I "*" -0- Jacksonville, ;Tuesday: Feb. 14 for the office of Superintendent A
Florida, according to Represen- of Public Instruction of Bradford (
o He is improving rapidly. County' subject to the action of d l od 'g! r'u'
tative Green's statement in the Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Walters left the primary June 6th. I earnestly hz
When you are invited out to dinner and the hostess asks House of Representatives Tuesday Keystone Heights Wednesday,-Feb. Hullrltoutvote and support, and If
: In a fair
elected I promise return
a you if you will have corn,'don't give yourself away by passing Is as "dry as the Sahara desert". 16, for Baltimore' Md. and ImpArtial administration of the I t
Probably hadn't heard of our recent Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blosa, and affairs of the olllce. devoting my I Cl
14 a your glass.Perry Herald. Or reach in your pocket for a cork' ralns.-Plant City Enterprise. daughter, Luella* and Miss Helen" time the and cause energy of education.to the advancementof
screw. -o- shopping In Starke Respectfully.
i Ogden were
., A. J. ORJFFJ'I!'
o i Florida may have spent $40,000 ,Wednesday.Miss I
S 000 lafet year but three-fourths of Elizabeth Caughey and Mr. CI.KIIK CIRCUIT COURT
< 4 Lip sticks being made in desired flavor. And I hereby! announce to the voters. of
are now
any It went to roads, the state Institu- Donald E. Pangborn drove to Jack- Bradford County', that I am a candidate '

5"t t. the sheiks will soon be saying "There goes my strawberry tions of higher learning, the insane sonville Wednesday, Feb. 15th, to for I the shall omce be of very Clerk grateful of Circuit to fir
asylum at Chattahoochee and to attend a concert given by the their support and vote
,, blonde' whose pomegranate lips are flavored with cherry. everyone for
lp I t Confederate pensions. Are not all Cleveland Symphony Orchestra.Mr. at the primary, election. to be held on
4I Ain't she a peach of those worthy expenditures June 6th. this capacity
1"o and Mrs. F. S. Babbitt and nerved the County In .
Pery Herald. family have again moved into theft already everyone Is familiar with mwork .
will' be all -- -
o own apartment which has been and Y'appreciated: ':: : by me. Ipromise
t l Starke Telegraph] runs a column called "From Other the more Ice.FOIL .
Even though they laughed completely repaired since the fire continued ALDERMAN
Pens." Is Ilaiford included?Times-Union. It's rather dull Congressman Green down when he there two weeks ago. '

f now, so we'll start something by saying some of the contributors said Florida was as dry as the The Misses Arneeta and Helen HEPHESKNTATIVR!! the public

4 ., should be there. Sahara, we must all give him credit Ogden were entertained at dinnerat that I hereby I am a announce candidate to for Representative The tread of the Goodyear AllWeatlBalloon !
for keeping Florida prominentlybefore the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. of Bradford, County, subjectto

r, nt5 o the national body, and for R. Lawrence Saturday 'evening.Feb. the Democratic will of the Primary voters at election the corning to- Tire is semi-flat and scientifically'

; ; Eighty-four-year-old] Massachusetts\ woman celebrated getting through some fine legislation 18th.R. be held June 6th, 1928. In If soliciting

in favor of this state.- L. Tutton who has been in true your; and support faithful, I promise service-n,ve elected me a signed to give maximum traction and res;
Leap Year by asking a seventy-six-year-old] man to her
I. M marry Gainesville :Sun.' Keystone Heights since June left rial. I will ttrrho make my record

S and he accepted.-Times-Union. There should be a law agin S Saturday Feb. 18th, for Ames such term that you will say to p me tI well of done my ance to skidding. ''Another big advantage

these child marriages. Knowing so many of the Florida Iowa, where he will be employedby thou good and faithful servant.

editors by sight, we are getting a the state highway department I earnestly solicit :jour\ lOupport.BARNES, long, slow even tread wear. "Cupping" and
o I good kick out of reading their remarks Miss Helen J. Lawrence, who is -

't Starke man says you can't fit a square peg in a round on the proper way to kiss.- a member of the Lake City school T hereby announce myself a. candidate even tread wear so common to many Ball'
Leesburg Commercial. Knowing for the office of representative ,
hole, but you can fit a square meal in a round stomach.r .- faculty spent the week-end with In the next Legislature and ,
as many of them as we do by sight, her Mr. and Mrs. J. H. rely of thisv'
parents confidently upon eoaf.J'lo! Tires is eliminated. Come in and see
Alf Times-Union. First, though, comes the task of finding a round we are convinced that the other Lawrence of Keystone Heights. the Democratic: electors ,

dollar buy a square meal. party to their kissing doesn't get Mr. and Mrs F. G. Cornish and county J. L. FRAZEE derful Tire.Supreme. .
much kick out of It.-Tampa
family returned to Keystone -

5j, '. Grosvenor Dawe was impressed o with the number of well Times Heights Friday, Fyb.) 17th, after a ,candidate hereby for announce nomination myself for. the as office a.
0- week's visit at West Palm Beach. as. representative In the legislature .-
1 constructed lateral roads to all sections of the county, and Here's an interesting fact: It The Rev. II. A. Woolfall, who has the from action. Bradford of the Democratic county, subjecto primary -

t ; stated Bradford county was better supplied with these feeders one traveled northward from Palm been their guest for two weeks, ac- to be held June Bth. 1928. If
Reach ana stopped on the latitudeof elected I promise faithful and ponr'enttotis -
than any other county in the state. He suggests that the Jacksonville, he would be in the companied them on their trip and service and respectfully Service Statio
returned to his home in Washington solicit the support of all Demorrntloyoters
I name of Bradford be changed to Roads county Atlantic ocean about sixty miles D. C., for Palatka Friday eve- _. T. N. KENDUIC-K 1L
east of the Gateway City.-Gainesville ,
Volt o
i Sun What would he wantto ning.Mrs.. J. C. Thompson and her c NO. 2 PHONE
OUH CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR I hereby announce that I am a candidate
stay out there for? To let a niece. Miss Julia Pierce, of Franklin .. for the office\ of supervisor

t The Sun has purposely refrained during the past several bootlegger lay him aboard 1-Palm Pa., arrived in Keystone'If if elected registration I will for give Bradford my very county.best. I

Beach Independent. Don't know, Heights Thursday, Feb. 16th, to efforts toward carrying out the duties -
months from extensive of its views the Florida]
expression on Uncle Ben, we haven't the chartof spend two weeks as the guests of of thin nfllce and I solicit your I

.j,. gubernatorial race. Aside from an occasional comment in the bootleg Joints in the Atlantic Miss Piece's parents, Mr. and Mrs. support at the June primary.ATT) ._ I ---

f para .raph column we have not attempted to discuss the sub before us.Gainesville Sun. "'m. S. Plrce. ValWllllaWIIeIWIUIIWI.tIW1 ILOIIMIIIIIsWsl -, .
o Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ogden and pYllllllllINIIIWII" \ )eWYWrW.Wek
: ', ject. We feel], however, that the primaries are near enough The average city man is not two daughters, were entertained at ...,

e, :' at hand to enable us to size up the situation and to take a greatly Interested when the subject dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. .

'I"': definite stand for the candidate who we believe will best serve of farming Is mentioned. He thinks P. Caughey on Sunday, Feb. 19.
4 that is something for'the people Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson returned -
,y j the interests'of the people of Florida, Alachua county, Gainesville living in the back country to wor- to Keystone Heights Monday

'_ ;.: and the University of Florida.] ry about and thereby he errs. Every after having spent the week- :

ft.:. city that is not located in an end visiting in Plant City Tampa, 0
s'e t In making a selection the Sun has endeavored to take all
: Industrial or manufacturing area and St. Petersburg. While in +s
: things into consideration. Comment and expression of the
should be vitally interested In its Plant City they were the guests of .. l

I people of this community, of the press of Florida] and of the back country. The back country Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Moore, form l tc_; _

candidates themselves have all been placed in the balance. will continue to produce whetherthe erly of Keystone Heights. JACKSONVILLE, KLA.
city remains in existence or
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Munger left
I The man who takes the reins of government into his hands not, but no city can thrive and 'Feb. for tour of t'P1'OWIr.: Ices naPaett
Tuesday. 21st. a n..C. Pko.e B-80M
in Florida] prosper unless the back country Is Plant sad "...,,, Dennis SI reel, l-hone B-tMMttf
4 during the next term must be one who will serve the southern part of the state.

tw and serve well. lie must be a man of state-wide appeal, and developed. Ocala's mainstay l Is Its They will be gone a week.
back country. Every effort shouldbe Mr.\ and Mrs. P. W. Cadman left
one who will see that our state progresses through the proper made to help the farmer with Keystone Heights Saturday, Feb. LUMBERFraming

fi educational facilities. Florida's] road building program must his problems.-Ocala Star. 18th. for Winter Pak to spend

-- Founder's Week with their eon,
S l go on uninterruptedly. A capable, very popular city official PMIip B. Cadman who'la a seniorat Biding, Sheathing: Flooring. Finish, Hboflng. JJhtagU, HUh. Brick! Lima
Developments in the race have come so fast during the wonders why people who
Rollin College Cement Plaster
complain of their taxes do not Doors, Windows, AaphaltShingles, Asbestos Shingle: ,
past few weeks. It seems to have assumed as its permanent .
ut II complain of the high price of gasoline Homestead-Fire Insurance rates OUR TRUCKS
:form ,a triangle] composed of Fons A. Hathaway, Doyle] E. of sugar, shoes and other here to be reduced. .._ ,."1..8II\1 I__ CAN DELIVER D TO YOUR JOBh
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