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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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St. Johns River Jenningsrtc! -, l I Losing-Battle With Death Electric Trains I AT FARl\Ij! MASK CHANGES (kl.

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..lorld.l. .. Spun, 11BOO. ft. lioiifC I-'OP Tiirpeiillne Still. I Asheville, Feb. 25While Wil officers. A revolver was taken from Stiites Atturuey Knight spent ORDERKnight

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With WostuHnlne I Green Cove Springs( Feb. :24.- fighting a losing battle for life in Mr. Watts four cartridges that he circumstance surrounding *, of th.' (Jit'itt I'ormt' I'rts.
la local hospital his abdomen had held in his left Air Line Hullroud is now operating I>um for
Clay county Is to have a new turpentine { rid hand lie was the death ot John Henry :Morris a largercllvII I If"M.

I \ ( ia planning a great I Industry It was learned to dIed by two soft-iuiseil bullets, taken to the county Jail electric trains through ,.negro; trusty serving tin night -
Everett
| ,,1)1) 'mition upon the opening I day In the announcement of the ling D. Corrlsher 40, Is wait- Continuing their search Deputy Gainesville. The Unit train operated i: wltll'hmRIIIround the n w( prlxonbuilding. Waixhlngton.. "Pel :!:-Omclat

i sale of one hundred and I the outcome of his Injuries tonight Sheriffs Watts and Brenton went ,. Si I vugustlne-tireen Cove i acres of forest land by the sixty Jen- ', In his' cell at the county jail. again to the Corrlher home and the city negro trusty wa killed donictlmodurliiK I that the Ku Klut:' Klun: hail dla-

bridge. In March. The ,: Ings Artesian Farm Land Physicians who operated o n asked Mrs. F. S. (rorrlher mother yesterday morning at Saturday nUlit anti MMpncketti carded tho mask as a part nf Its of-

I'' fine\ feet In length and pany to T. A. Drinson head of Com the /1/ Carpenter in an effort to save his of the prisoner, to tell what nhe' 11:80: o'clock em'outa from Waldoto rifled, this being assigned llclnl I regalia.

i till' St Johns river at a'' Fiftone Turpentine Company of :]] lite hold out little hope for his recovery knew of the affair Mrs. Corrlher Tampa. an cause for the killing!:, on nccntintnf I In .a copyright otatement Iraued

miles west of 1 I Fiftone, Florida. Illn Intestines were badly said that she heard arguments: between The new engines which uro run It being known he iiHiially carried at HIM iirKiinlziitlon's hoad( <|UHrtcrs
St. j
nineteen i The cut up by the I lend, the surgeon the two men. but that she by money on his pernnn. When here, H was annerted that "In ev .
announcement made electricity, have been
was
by put on
stint I S. said nnd It was necessary to remove was on the second floor In her I the body wits.found Monday morning ery kill vIJrn t throughout the 1111tlnn' -
Bryan
Jennings '
till niukc" It possible to reach ; of nine Inches the S. A. I,, line to take the places klanHinen lust
and did not night
whose family JaCkSQnvlIle'l' entirely. room come down. She so placed to ninko It appear "fora-
liMisim from the west over )thousand own of The shooting took place at 3 said thAt she knew Carpenter was : of trains 203: and 201. The southbound he hiul fallen from the top of the tiworo the iniiMk and made it clear

II'' w houlevard, state road acrea In this o'clock this morning/ the Cor- I trying!: to get; Corrlher to go' to bed train reaches Gainesville at new prison, tho tR that. I Ilia order him no political am

"hi'h enables old settlers county. I, rlhpr In".....". .. 1 o .T--..... .-.. -..-. _" .,, _.,_ ..___.. ..._ _'-_,_ U._ pocket. were turned bition. fnr, If.ilf.., .. .n.. #..- ',- _, __ ..
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uu anu lllt'Il But] livillil iui i
| Mr. nrlnson. It Is said will "" .c. IIJU BI1O1.H.' iter ILI: ;lti a. m. and arrives In Tumpu our nun everyuiing or value IB mem'boi'H. -
; move
-. .-ii Augustine in little Grove Park one of the most faslilonuhle son came upstairs. Mrs. Corrlher minting" At the Bnme. tlmo the IIta.te-

:.ti, '\lilt an hour. Formerly, i still the Fiftone from Turpentine Company's sections of the city. The told the officer, and xhe asked him at 6:10: I p. m., the north bound On.. prisoner: Is being held by tnent!' mild that last' night's nctlon

p,' I' in the west bank of the, FJftone to Hugh, which I two men and Corrlher's mother If he had killed liln cousin. He replied train No. 204 leaves Tampa lit the prison authorities under HIIArlrlon was In preparation for "now and

'I uivi-r were obliged to go, ''of is about two and a half miles south Mrs.' Fannie Corrlher, were alone that he didn't know and left 8:20: a. m. and reaches Gainesville ulilioiigh the coroner's jury !larger actlvltlex In our national

(h ,m" ills, and thence south Maxville in Clay county, and lu the house at the time. the house. Before his return the at 1 : 54 p. m. I ""IIH tillable to find Biilllclent evlj II te."

,inix'tne a distance of 75 will also build a home for his family I I Deputy Sheriff Mooro and B. H. officers came nnd Mrs Corrlher The new engine of the gas-elec j donee to namo any one person, orlierxoiiH. The statement quoted on edict

t, m"ire. They often took In Hugh. I Wiitts were called this morning said she did not nee him any more. tric type U equipped with two The oulmtance of the verjCllct from H. W. I ICvantt' Imiiorlul wliard -

.,,1111 M ro Jacksonville when Besides the building of the new ,''to I the Corrlher home where I they Mr. Watts said I that he did not generators run by gasoline, which wan that !Morrln (cam, to bin uti follows:

lit I, 1 u> St Augustine to pay | turpentine still the latest scletlfic met Corrlher coming across the i and any evidence of a struggle between furnish the electric current'to' op- I death at tho bund of purtmn or "That on and after midnight ot

I ixc- ',.. perform other dut- methods of harvesting will be employed I street from the direction of Char- the two men before the nrute the train. OfllclaU: state that jrierttons unknown. )February :3S, year \of our Lord

fhen they went south to this on the tract, It is said, lotto street. Moore recognized him shooting took place. Only one bullet the trnln runs with perfect smoothness I ___ nltwh.t'1hllnell'I(1. ; ( and twenty-

I) miles by the old brick which will add two years to the :I I at once, and they took him Into was found which had shattered at a speed of 65 to 10 miles Ij: Has night, no mask or vUor ahull ba

r b> railroad.riiamber 1 life of the trees utilized. I I custody.: A search was then instituted the glass: of a book case and per hour.' The new train eliminating j Hathaway upon) the lielmnt nf (he regalia nt
With the new methods which he for i thu smoke and cinders, In- any klunmnan. It Hhall
of Commerce of Carpenter, who had buried Itself in the wood behind. thereafter
loitntv. which is separated proposes to employ in handling ,; told tile deputies he might be dead A few days ago" J. B. Bain clerk creaK"" the 1 pleasure in rldlnI /(. An ictivcVeek t no unlawful tor any klniismun to

Et t toll us county on the east the turpentine, Mr Brlnson expects I by the time they reached him. of Buncombe Superior Court, pro I (' railroad authorities state wear any mask or vlHor aa part ot

1st 'Indus: river has appolnt- to work the timber for five years After a time the officers learned bated certain papers which had that this type of engine hall been 1\1I1t11il. 1<'eh. 29, -' Concluding un his rogitlla and each klaiimniui who

kimimlttee of ten and has 'Instead of three. Technlcaly this is ,' that the wounded man bad been been prepared by physicians andothers lined to good advantage In other active week which carried him shall bo unavoidably ahxent from

[tk ,ninty commissioners otIn done by the use of the "O" hack taken to the French Broad Hospital at the instance uf Carpenter parts of Florida and this coilntry.U.XI'KICI.MIC.'VT from tho lower West Coast to'Nul'l the meeting. of the klan to bo held

'unity of which St. Aug- In place of the number 2, which by Dr. B. O. Kdwards to whose for the commitment of Corri- h Florliln. and thonoo to Key throughout the Invisible empire on
: : STATIO.V VISITOKM I
the' -
I 'ilu oounty seat, to coop- 'does not cut so deeply Into home he went after the shooting, her to the state sanitarian at Dlx Wcmt where lie spoke Friday lu the twenty-second day uf February

In a suitable celebration pines. This, It Is said, keeps the and-from where- he telephoned the Hill near Raleigh." connection with the Overseas!: h- ..,.....H.L, ..Hhall... aw. noon thereafter aai .

< big/ bridge is opened. |i tree In better physical condition The Forest Experiment Station\ way celebration, Chairman ,Fons >unniui ', uiiemi a regulnr meeting! I
and prolongs usefulness. I I I place of tho klan, and thero be- 1'1' 1 !
St Augustine is the old- Hathaway of I the State Uoad Iolui j. I
lias Dc1.a number of visitors during
n' ni'iit cltv.. havlnir..: been'{ Mr. Urinson la a thorough belIever Complete Plans Formal : !t -I n'lt_mint_ .. ..I... fnf.___ .'_u. _nnfttliAi.. ____...* ._..VCMO., ..<.|_. roinn a monilmr of thy Kiil -hs( of- ": I't.:
i i no las weeu. iir. I'.IOISQ uer- '
in the modern and scientific the Great Forest i
|,il I m 1665, yet aa recently ingly busy weotc.'for ha announced that on ami after ( 'I
of the Forest Products Laboratory ;
the could methods being employed the extraction ry hertt tlmt lx firo Its end lie will (he mil'd date all klitnsnieu uro "I :
irn ago 'city ) ,
of gum and general for- Shands at Madison Wisconsin nrrlv- forbidden, to fratcrnl/.t 1 I II'J'
I Opening Bridge outer wild conimlmilon- ) with, or
I (d I b> vehicles pnly by the CRt management, and declared that ed In Starke on February 23rd to i county remain fn klannlah ,( ,
fidelity to,
"iw brick road south he has received much valuable information I Huentl 1 u month dolnor mlcroHconlo ITS _11a -number. ot counties.- Including ... "..,"n M h..1\, ................_ ... .._.. .. .. _any. 1 1
this IIIIlKhorough( and will I .m ?.m. .no.rjiviior wunr upon 1114
1 nivllle
; through work flections
and suggestions from I The bridge; supplies (\- long felt : (Ill wood lu cooporu- liclmet inaHk "
'i ward Daytona Beach. J Clrpen Cove Springs: I eb. 27.- probably make a, number nfHfx'prlieH a. or vlHor.
the United States Experiment Station need and will route a vnxt amount I lion with the turpentlno! tests No further explanation
of
Ill I Dixie Highway The St. Augustine-Green Cove connection. with lilx j' the
new
located at Starke, which is of 'travel through Green Cove ( which are being/ conducted at KnlKhta: of the (ireut Foretit
waa
>wn as state road No.n Springs bridge commonly known campaign fi>r Governor.
In charge of Lenthal VVynian.I Springs. StarkeIIIs! Gerry alito gave an given.REGISTRATION.
'the( Georgia line thru us the Shands bridgeln honor of It la anticipated that the bridge Illustrated talk at the HxchutiKO. Chairman Hathaway npent .

;jt. Augustine and to Its promoter and builder, Mr. Allle i opening celebration will be the Club luncheon on Monday, Feb.37th. day In Mlnml proceeding to I\on/I /

i r'w, boulevards now I Varied Program! I G. Shands will be opened on blggostcelebrutlon ever staged' in (pulnt front Key Went:! nnd I

""I< .->t. Augustine to the March 14th. Originally an earlier Green Cove Springs Chairman Mr. H. F. Von Maltzahn of probable that he will vUlt ,,

i. 011 the west and n f| At Chautauqua date was designated but the failure Kontt Hathaway, at- the state road Meckl
"iilevard state road of steel to arrive on schedule 'department, will dedicate the' Ofllcer who is bmiomlng, acquainted turning h 'd to the Went. u Count.I ,. ... .._,. ...... ... ....n.. ..' _ _
))> in constructed along For Next Week time necessitated a poatponment' of I I liuring lilt* pun WHOH a numoer '
? I'I brf<.lle.!: Candidates for governor with American Forestry work, I lJl=:;'l'llC l\lUN.
'" i th,' western edge of the date of opening. The opening and United States senator and the I spent two days at Starke on February of llatlinway-for-dovcrnor[ clubs

II" .' i"o M! thence to ,I I will be a real event In the history mayors of a number of adjacent 27 and 28. I'jwure' orgnutiind In various pnrtH of'the I

.\ i \\ 'occ'an' Jacltson-I Tuesday, March 6th begins one lof this section of Florida and V 111-| cities have been Invited to bo present I Mr. James M. Heal of tho Bureau \ State, and pluiiH uiu being/ I SlIlmrvlHor II. C. Wull haH com-
of the fullest weeks of the present mode for the organisation ot large l>letell appointment of dlntrict
> I iii. has been built at mean a great deal to the eastern and/ no doubt there will bea, of Entomology at Asheville, i reg-
I year's program of the Florida I} dulm, at i'unuma City I'otisarolu Il iHtrutlnu o 111 corn for nradforcl
100,000 down to Day- petition of the mate. It will short- number on hand. Crowds will North Carolina was here doing I
at Keystone Heights. 'and oth In Went Florida, county anil the I hooks
Chautauqua "r points will bo
.1 i.1lid thence to Colum- i on travel distances many miles for come from St Augustine Hauling, HOIUO work for four or five days upon
', On the evening of that day a 'it wan un noil need.Dr. for the registration of voters. In tho
" i mnrvtlng with the I those who desire to go down the Jacksonville. P ilakta, Starke, and lant week. I

i <. i It.v\ of St. Augus- ,popular entertainment in a varied' east coast, because: it will eliminate many other points to enjoy the festivities On February 28th Mr. James. (I. ) llalliuway declared, himself June primary from Monday, MarcliRth

j i ill' a. steel and concretes program will be presented by the' the necesHily!: of making at leant a of tho day A big barbecue Peters, in charge of Federal >cowini well pleased nt the progress call-I ( until Monday, April 2nd. Mr.

Msitanzna. Rnv.. 1.R50. I IIII" ,Banta Duo of Ashevllle, N. S. Add1ing _alv'v. ." .,.....II". .Inn.I.,, .. .......n..hTn..Ir..... u.. .. ........- ,, .n u.. _, _-.L__ w.... L"_ '._. ...__ .'...... ......- In lu'lnit miidit In behalf of III.* Wull UI'KOH thoua nuallfled to tukn
-- ------ --- --- dinner win i>e nerved nnu nuuc ULW..IIUJI muu i' ''rri iry nvpartin '
further variety to an already dli-acy! for Uovornor.; that evuryi 'advautlllire of the period In wliicb. '
\tI nt counties and the villa. Those coming across the
visitor at Ihustation.
races will be un Interesting feature <>ntn. was a
|r i, .rtda have co-operated ''interesting program: clever car-;> bridge from St.: Johns county will of the afternoon. i whore ho llnds p ople thinking 8" riouwly ; the book will be open In their precinct

II i it road building pro- [toonlng, original and standard ', nnd good hard roadx leading south The arrangements!: for the celebration Mi. I.. D. Lloyd,, of Portland, on the question ot filling Important and resistor.! 1'
planologuea and short dramatic public olllcen, brcuiixe of j ThoHo apoplnted 1 1 to supervise
by tlio of I'aUtka and in that I
way urn In thu bunds of a committee OruKon, reported for work on February i I
hI i ,'mnty started the ball playlets are freely interspersed in direction all points of the state can named by the Clay county 27th, and will be assigned to 'the Kenernl rcallcutlon that the refflnlration, In I the precincts nro:
the performance of the Banta Duo.! 'coming four y ars will bo crucial I Lawtey ((1)Goo.) : W. Itoberts.Htarke .
| ni" i i'' .HI. when she voted be reached over the "Black Bear chamber of commerce and the St. the Starke station for several
It will be a program replete with In the history ot the mate's economIc ((2))-Hay New ol\.
( i 'n good: roads. Under Trail" which reaches Into Canada Augustine chamber of commerce.Inconnoctlon I w<'ekll. I
and appealing alike to the IlroJreRtt'anll pronperlty. Sturke ((3)) --J. W. Morgan.Orulmru .
hip of Chairman J. D. Interest and west by way of Starke, whichgives with the bridge celebration On Wediifmlay' H. L. Baker,
fun-loving and the more seriousminded. / In hlH Key: West ajieecli Dr. ((4)-C. II. Roberta.
,
i the board of county an outlet west and north to the St. Augustine Hecord the !newly appointed State Forester -
Hathaway reviewed to aoma ex- Hampton ((5))-J. V. Joiieit.Tlinrmmii .
'''11,1, i '. th". work was push- ; everywhere In UIOHO directions will Issue a: big special edition for Florida, and Mr.\ Simon Williams
, "n i iv under the iramed"ii On the evening of Wednesday, I -: of: the, Florida/, Stale Jioaru, 01 tcnt.-... Ilia-..-. wcirlt., -. -- at-. Iho- "road denartment -I -.. tlD-l\lr., --..,, -P.. -M.... rl---0.,lir.er. .
will be delivered the pant two and a, .
!March\ 7th there during .
of John-
C. Samuel Mr. Carl F. Sped,
Foreatry, and
I uiager/ who has sav- '1& loeture by Nina M. H. Cummer Seek Arrest Driver repairs, and who was just 'driving: secretary of the Pine Inntltnto of half yean New Itlvor ((7))-M. 1_. John"*.

Mr. |,|I (fMrs.\ Arthur Gerrlsh Cummer), away, is expected to bo summoned office I i i Drooker (D )--O. II. CoUon.!
\ a lot of money. America called ut the local JMTOItt'V'l.i: (KASIIKS: .

ral paHRotiger agent president Florida The subject Federation of this of[ In Traffic Death as a witness! at the Inquest. Mrs. W. W. Koch has left town i INTO MTOHH: AVIMXnV ::1.(11'4.1&-: -&,' wT noPSOV
" I iant: Coast nail way. I I IU Garden. Clubs illustrated bystereopttcon I Neither deputy KherKfs nor police to go to Wilmington, l>el., where I

,,1 have opened up locture beautifully views will be "Ideals Warrant Out-J-'o'i Itlltmorn :Man: I learned of tb. accident until Bbe In to carry on so mo chemical j A rnotorcyclo drivun by Iro Wig-,I Jacksonville Funeral nnrvlceafor .

I ultural land siml'liiRH for Florida In Connection! With McMil: the investigation was started Tuesday research work for the Hercules glna became uiimamnKoable/ as ho'I Mrs. Mary F. Uopaon aged 09,
and Inspirations
district In St. lan 'fl'UIC..ly. afternoon.McMillan Powder Company. was rldlntf down Cull: (truet Tuua- who died, at tIM residency' uf her

which produces a dens. the oar-// wao a veteran of the dAy morning and crashed Into the I I daughter Mrs. J. C. 1:14111'H'IOII: ,

'1)) cron annuallY I On Thursday__ DIg !! .L u "L .. .. ... W..I.. ... .,_' u._.... ......"._, .h..._. ._...... _.._...Iv.. ._....._ MKKH: : ..t.C"T:' HAYT0VA I *.,"..t rot .t. Tf. Mnrtffln'S. Mtoro.lUruaklng : 211.. 12 WaliAP.. .t..t._, HI. >.t."I'.I.. .." .
;., n '''W w.- -- -- -- -- --- -- ---- .
01 AHnt'VIlUI JN. i z*
naytona 'ou. -
metto Friday Musicaie --warrant '
"i rountjr, the old.1 in concert. j vice in Franc Kn had bean employed ._--- I sevvral 1 1p OH of glass I morning, were held yonienlay atturnoon i

...1} Stales' and the Beach, will appear LL.D. presl- for the arrest of 3. C. Alexft.1Ilpro by the> bun i atnpany for five, Gary Ennlx who spent sontetlm and splintering the woodwork The ,, at 8 o'clock from tho Bap- ,
Vincent
''an ties' of penln- !! George R. Rockefeller Founda- : of douth Blltmoro alleged y o.r.. Tie la tnirvlretl by his widow at taylona Hencli during the tan rider escaped Injury I .tint churctj at Sandoruon, where t I It

i d\ several years I do lit. ot.the of .'to bn tho driver of the truck which three children, his mother, two days devutud to automobile races ....:--.:..-- ..- "LIKIKHFOIIS t ho body, ace *MI\/3,1: by thd be- I

ii poorest roads in .Ulon and sometime Institution president, Chautau .struck. and ca.used the death of brothers and two '
iijoya a most cotn- Chautanqua l I. the f.fili: person to die oC the American! driver Look hart In I liy Boras and Clymoro'titurday: :
:,tom.-New York qua N.w ,York, will appear upon Jefferson Arndld McMillan, '311 I automobile Injuries in Buncombe his 970,000 racer. to better the record I A lluthuwtiy In tin flrutcandldato aUarnoon. The flov. M. (o. Toucli- \
In ,
the program Friday evening. year old employe of the Union Bus -
Weatltnr for nomination as guv'ornor
i I set by an Kiiglliih car. of
nrtunty since Jan. 1. tone, paator the church, conducted
thin addrass thp patrons of the local i'ornpnny. was In the hands of Til- I' i ,
---- ..- conditions at thin world.fa ou.IIIPnoel.wa.y in tile approaching primary the services. A lanjn! n>irabor .r
'I'll AVOUK: Chautauqua will bare tho opportunity ,I den Mlllngham, special Inveitl- were bad, the beach not nlectlon to fully qualify under tlw of frlnnda and relatives from

1 I'KOBI: C'Ot'NTY of hearing: one of the I,' Kator for the solicitor Wednesday, Fractures Skull I[ smooth as usual and the provisions) of the primary law, It I JackuonvHlo, Mnt-clenny ami Iuwrcy -
I I foremost speakers of the present ,and hl. arrest wan expected: momentarily. .1 rough announced In Tallahaiiaae.
: low visibility preventing was a t ton do J tho1 funeral ami, I thofloml ;>>
",uJ\'hlfn, state ru- '! American platform. In Auto Accident MIO'.I hHng noun In time to avoid i i; Kocrofftry: of State Crawford rvculpUil uffarlngH were many and ,;
"f (.he state Board -- The warrant was Issued at the llt fixed ''J:
thaaMKIJK.m
fur
J.ULKl: VOIl 1,'IQHTI.NOKuie I them Ho writes: I I buautlful. Hall bearers wurn John .tlf''
'fR
Bradford county | -- request of !Voroner John L. Carroll A. J. Nichols of Wildwood, suffered "Lorkhart was the firM to try by law and for the receipt' from the Burnett A. JCRobtirtH, (JcnrgeHohort I., :

,..nt -Inspecting... --.., ...the..- : Johns was placed in the oon,"",, who..........1AV began.....the,.... probe h.. ...n.of the In_ a fractured skull and cut : .starting. .four miles away..... _to gather.:_ .L._ State_. ..._.,Democratic_....__,__ ...Bxacutlve._.....A..t......._ Com h.. C. T. CombH, W. K. To-
u. "II< .u- city jail Sunday morning on I formed; i-Mcrr lii'de 't l: "Acoroner'a : about the head ami face last Friday .I snood, hIs motor roaring.. ""a me ma ", uuyun" i '''u w..u -" rude'" an
charges of being drunk and disorderly morning when ib. IInick sedan, Rpoed Increased the roar changed/ l that cornmUtae. wan in the family plot In the Vdar
I
t jury Impanelled late -
the work which was ---
and resisting: ofuceri. Officers he wa!< driving kldded on the wet;; to a wblno, then to a highpitchedi -WIUTIUllL nm'U'r Creek cawelery. burns and Cly-
afternoon to view McMillan's (
1 Tuesday
most, everyone by made the arrest after he road and overturned. He wao!i, whlatle an he passed tlu starting more, morticians' were In charge
'fa in the ins'pec body and was then adjourn- swerved
created A disturbance In the Gem thrown to the back/seat by the Impact ,i point Suddenly his car 'Veather report tor week ending of arrangements.
will be
1 in all such schools. I ed. The inquest continued the ,
toward the ocean, Bailing over "- ---
Lunch stand. He was released afternoon. and Wile badly cut by broken. Feb. 16.29, 1938, Southern }o'oreetJlJI'rlment
Friday C.llt TtnSf4'J.n:
us a parents' xneet- boat
later In the day under a 150 ,bond glasa. The Injured man was I; first shallow water: M a toy Station. B'.rILe branch.nate .
McMillan died of
pneumonia
lie ,
school where the break- .
1 In the children are for appearance before tne mayor following a punctured lung (auatMl brought to Starke by passing motorists j would do, striking 225 the miles first an hour 1I1ax, J\ofln. 1'ruclp.Feb. Walter Wills-ot Tamim who I Ia U

'1 other matters per- next Monday. by a fractured rib at French and given mudical attention ': era at about Into the air forty 16 66 4j( ..00Fel frequent visitor to Sturko, had
I I IC.RU .1\t the office of Dr. MIdrlleton. An npaeJ, shooting 17 82 Ii:) ..01Feb.
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health of the school OJTH.VXKHWe Broad hospital!: Monday night. Funeral end for end. It fell > his Buick sedan to overturn with
turning!;
foft
X-ray picture made of bin head disclosed 156 49 ..001I'&b
,om> services were held at Noland of 18 him on the highway near Dell.
up. Follow-up thank the people with a roar an
wish to I three-inch fracture above Into tho breakers
II I<- where necessary. I assisted us during |'B/own funeral home, at 1 o'clock a broadside 100 yards 111 48 U ..00i'.b. Dell's place north of town last!
who kindly battleship'*
I BO the right ear and he was carried a 31 ..00Feb.
''I' the above of dear Wednesday afternoon. The body wafer and 20 G2 Thursday nlgbt. The car was badly
program the Illness and death our in shoulder deep
friends and placed out
Ocala
.xtTpleted there is a ,I mother Mrs Henerlatta Brown wan to be seflt to Starke Florida on to by disappeared beneath the waves. 21 63 37 ,00 I I smaHhod the body being torn loose I
in the hospital. .00
151
? for burial. l"eb. 22 72 from the frame but Mr. Wllli! es-
't-etlng held at the also for the beautiful floral offer- "The watching crowd broke and 't,
f parents from I lings and the words of comfort in I1KL1VKK.S: FIKST FOIU ran into the surf turned the car ..11Feb. r
county are expected to thli gad hour. Millan's death occurri" on the i by main strength and pulled 24 7% 61 that the car went out of control

I Mrs. J. C. Terrell White Springs, Black Mountain highway Jan %9. I J. W. "Andrew Jr., local Ford lover Lockhart from the wrecked car. A 25 H 64 .31.00Feb. [ and Into the ditch before be could

lka are given by local 'Fla..; Mrs. Reta Brown, Plant City, According to the report made by ['dealer, delivered the first Ford of line wan booked to the car and It .'eb. 26 68 42 T.Feb. right it on the wet road..WNOUM'KH .

I the Interest of health 1 Mrs. O. W. HInton, Mt.\ Dora, and Deputy Sheriff McKee Cooper who the new model Wednesday to W. 1 I was pulled out, hundreds of men, %7 U 63 4Z 35 ..00Feb. : FOHSt'I'KIUNTKXDKM-- I
pola.E %8
conducted the investigation Tuear
Starke. Mitch Edwards of Starke. It laa and children assisting. It
Mr. H. E.. Brown .. 1I.r..MIII..n nroa. Indirotl _honAlexander' __. ______ __.._, __ u. "' '' 'i women .._. _,II' ,. 29 __ 35 .00 ; : .
sport coupe muuei .nu air. jiu- ot twisiea metl... i wii --
a mass
BOARD SIEETINOec.utlve The Waldo Epworth League will I :* ; k--'t;' ; 'ck the corner wards is well pleased with It. The I i, was the sight of that car -
I I i never forget __ ---1.88. C. T. Lawhorn. principal of the
rainfall ___ _
put on the play. "That's One On I of the bus on which he was dealer expects to be able to secure tossed into the air like so much Total -M-
school for the term
Hampton past ,
-lub I Board of the BUI," at the Bradford High School engaged in making repairs. The I hla allotment of cars at a faster' driftwood from the force of the Hlaleah-Installation of Game- this Issue
will In aa a candidate
hold Its reguWednesday. I night,. March track is said to have skidded announces
auditorium' Tuesday 65 to'
g 1 rate now that they have begun wares, or the terrlfflc speed It was well fire alarm system here com for county superintendent
March 6th. They are playing percentage feet before it bit the bUll. Atlas make deliveries to this section and before plunging Into the of
a- m. at the making pleted at cost $25.000. of public Instruction. Mr. Law-
Member, clubhouse. [ basis with the school. Admission Peebles, another driver for the UnIon with the opening of the Ford a-i/ ocean. Lockhart escaped with Lake Wale--Work will shortly horn has Just closed the Hampton

nL are requested '; 20 and 35c; all school children Bus company, who had stopped aembly plant In Jacksonville this three broken tendona and some be started on new Coast Lino railroad school after a very successful

20e. j to assist :Mr. :McMillan in the month will also ip ed up delivery,!\'cuts and bruises." I station. eight months' term.'r .



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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELI GRAPJ(. STARKE FLORIDA _____ _____ ___FRIDAY___ I.\HCIl" I02H{
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j1 T EHi:- :iiiiiiiiiii :ii: BRADFORD COUNTY TKLK- = -
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rd' Bradford lIigh- ho l I I Ice Sculpture Beautifies Streets of Old Quebec Jean Belle oy Hamilton STARKE

b --- TEN YE.RS"GO TOp
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f Edttor-In-Chlef -------------------- WILLIAM DUNCAN i! + WITH SCULPTURED % I .I at the suburban 'I"I., k I!
f LOCOMOTIVE F i 11,,,",\.

(; Associate Editor ____________________ JOSEPH MALPAS (? I Gee A. Gardiner, "f >it(
( ;A- Mr. and :Mm.. i'I,

u .vi) Sports Editor _____________________ ELMER MCMILLAN | 'r : :- II Sumner, spent "'1111.1\,]H Lit I I .tt

Joke Eldtor _______________________ JUNIOR McDONELL day with Mr. Edt1,1,,, '"",1' 4

,, ,, -- ...-- .. .. -.- ab I .1t A. Z. Adkins. N""M
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?'V Lieutenant H .,
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'; I + COMING: OK COACH j Edwards, Florence Fincher, ,f( 1 f ,. ''Mao 1 Camp Green, Ch.m,, I I ,,11.,; ''lard

"'' I \' 1f.1m.: ;.\ :Ml'CII(mer Williams Grade Coleman b rived Thursday 1111,,<,! 1\ ', N cleave
of abneniv 'I"II' '(
'Mary Towlo. u |
( fly Mac McMlflan.) | Eighth grade-Victor Thomas j 55I Misses Fran,''' ,i '*; '

d,4 The Impossible has happened. Elizabeth Towle Evelyn Stump 't ;! : Stroman spent suo', (|i," '"' LI
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The student-body turned upside I( Ralph! ) Cox Etholln White, Belba sonvllle attending, : i ,? 'dl !:

/ down Thursday by the announcement Sllrox, Daisy Tompkins, Beverly !1. .. 1i1'S. 1\%r. and Mrs H,. J, 'd"' 'k!

made liy Prof. Dow- Caily, Ila Sponhollz, Georglana Lake Butler WI'I| ,. u ,I'' ,Iidlet'' *'

ling that a combined teacher and Ponder, Ben Sternberg Jennie a I* ., '. -,.. ,. i. ." .'", l It at the home of r.11', ",id, '';'*.,

e, athletic director would be secured Maude Crosby, Clyde Morgan Lou- I Hari :o: ,. Sternberg. I
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for next year. lee| Edwards} J. R. Kelley, Eloise c ... ,,; ::::;y = d'aQT '4: r Mrs. Perry John "?'1,1,, ,

{ t Does this sound good? We'll hitch Martha Grlfus, Bob Frlnk. a t tt ',.,....',':. "... ;...7'..;:." :: ::-....; ...... ..':/.... of Hampton visit, d "'41t 1'
I say it does--at last someone has Ninth grade Guy Andrews, t{ oa ... ; ::-" ....:;;;., ti last Saturday. "q

0 seen our nE'ed.\Ve have as much Milton Brownlee Alice Fernandez, THE SlOt(f THEIr S Miss May Bloss,?,n,, \\ Iii,

raw material as any school In the j Louis Hill, Marjorie Newell, Muriel .0' [ BEAK turned to Stark. i ?, dal, ;!a .
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l' state of any size Sllcox. Rachael Silcox. >' few days visit wnl, \11,,
We have the weight, height and f'r Elmer Lazone. .no,
; I I Tenth grade-Isabel Kaszynlskl, .,.,
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of muscle. What else do < at r r .
plenty Eva Marcotte, Edna Stansburg,
?r we need? Lester Sponholtz.I Dartow-Post Hi. 1 II: ''ku"

4 You know we know anyone that I Twelfth grade Gwendolln going repairs.

has Been us play knows that what Launt, Mattie Norman, Jessie Wll'llams. '- --
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} we need l is some one to show us 1 ,. As We Grow '
how to play the game like !it should .
tr be played. TIIK ( It.1U ;jQ I II III Older

Some of our readers who saw -

?' j. l some of our worst games will We've got plenty to blah about "3018I Proper Kidney( ()n j, MreJ) ,

D laugh and say "that's right you this week. Prof. Dowling's announcement I Ever Jniporiun

sure do need some one to shuw to the effect that

you how" But we haven't noticed, : Bradford will have an athletic Styled to Effect SlendernessOne jtX.AS apt we to grov be .1 ri'CT, ilk
b
dradiult
.u ,t any of these wlso-cruckers out conch next year, gives all concerned ,. ,. ..... .. I ing up of bodily function.
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showing us how. Haven't we done room for speech, including the :rOt-y't: -: .. will find tbls one-piece satin kidneys are th 1
our best by practicing for days till ntlre student-body. The resulting c. 4 Quc4EcsDob: : O/IU3Y a o' J/ '. ;; ::::'q I or wool froclc tremendously' servIceable If their action becc-raa blood ft*
\ The Good ir'ES and smart for street wear
r 3 we knew what little is known of; words might be unintelligible, of and under a coat. The elongatedvest glsh they do not thomt

,! s 4'f the game out here? I:, course approaching what Is com- Ice monuments an unique form of Art connoisseurs have searched theworld their eagerness to start. The born extends onto the skirt holding cleanse wastes. This the blood of poky,

? i si Then comes a game! and the boys ; monly called "excited babble" and art orlglneted by Michel CarUonaeau. over for objects or art for rare and carlole with Us occupants Is one In place a group of pleats. Thinner tired and tends tonuh
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lIght with all the fighting heart 0.I which leads one to believe that canvasses aod pieces of sculpture of the larger monuments on the main vt la made of contrasting achy with, ,
; l Bradford team has ever displayedand "laughter and merriment". All of the famou French-Canadian sculptor, These are created to be enduring for stteet. A huge buffalo Is another effective fabric and removable for laundering headaches nagging!!: backache and drill

1 still have the other side laugh :I great Joy predominates the Tor- oeautify the quaint winding street orQuebac. all tlbie, and herein Carbonneau dllti -: piece of carving. An arch baa -. Designed In sizes 36, 38, 40, common symptom dizzints of ,

+ +' C 1 at you and run tli<*score up till It nado circles. and add to the plctureequenca from all artists for he apparently been erected over the toboggan slide 42 and 44 Inches bust. Size 88 requires kidney action is win*
ti is almost disgraceful. We ask you, ot this fortified city of -IVewFrance. works only tor tbe hour. Possibly! on the Esplanade directly In front ot 4 yards 30-Inch! material; or ing excretions. Elderly Jcantyocfc"" ,,
artist has worked with I the Prontenao. la yards 54-Inch. Trice of pattern &<
no ever a medium Chateau Champlain 2ft
Isn't that heartbreaking? And all There should< be anyway.. The ." when the old historic buildings recommend Doan fill j; .
I E no perishable, nor U there a one of the figures carved this year 15 cents.
because we knew nothing of the coming of a coach means very, emerge from huge drifts of mow moment to lose when Ice and weathei and tbe great leader actually takes ona The secret of distinctive dress tested diuretic is endorse{'

1 ,'+ science of the game I very much to B, II. S. That we No city on tbe continent li more fascinating are conducive to work; then Carbon flesh and blood aspect In spite of lies In good taste rather than u borfDAN'S country over. Askyouta
) Now you can see why everyoneIs have material Is taken for granted than Quebec-enclosed within neau's garden becomes his studio and tbe chilly medium.Carbonneau's lavish expenditure of money. Therein tt

so happy out Bradford way. I I There are boys In the )Junior, sophomore old gray stone walls and entered to work proceeds swiftly. It Is a Her- real medium of expression a. charirinsr: assortment of fashions -
When we know the game and understand and freshman classes and many sections through gates; Its Cit- culean task to erect as many monuments is marble, and it is only the from which to choose your Pli
the deeper secrets and In the eighth grade, who have exhibited adel and arrays of, cannon at unex- as Carbonneau does but be last six years that be has left this requirements In our new J-'uatiu'' i
least pected corners mark Its antiquity: Its has many assistants! who place the work for a few weeks each winter to Book II ovate the "ocy.
.9 deep science so we can at in various ways, great possibilities Stimulant Diuretic to the Kim"
v, nirtrow streets with red. blue and yellow blocks of Ice in position for the bases sculpture in Ice The marble work in "
able to with- other loams next year's teams A for the Fu.ter. -Milburn Co..Mfn.Chom..8.
be cope for pattern above design !
1 carts and low horse-drawn carl- and attend to tbe minor details while the Basilica at Quebec ta from the :.
F7?. on the same level-then see who Then all left to round off a powerful ales add to Its old world atmosphere; Carbonneau carves the Qgures, animals hand of Carbonneau who occasionally will be sent prepaid on receipt of
I )
walks over xis. Purple Tornado Is a good and Its Norman houses and buildings or other objects. a carves In wood. Critics In Canada fifteen cents in stamps or coin.

Also when we have a coach their coach. There are, of course good dating back centuries all form a set- The Dog Derby monument measures paradoxically enough, believe that Write your name and : Grove'sTasteless
t is the possibility of football; but I'and not-so-good coaches. We take ting of beauty for the blue-green ice over fifty feet In length. In this Carbonneau's dynamic ability will clearly' give number and addrells//

14 still their Is another obstatle In it for granted, also, and trust that monuments. On several streets there realistic group the mustier stands on leave a double Impress In marble enduring pattern and address Pattern Department I
4 it 1 That Is are rows of them at Intervals like the the runner of the carlole with three for all time due to hla cour-
this branch of sport. the school board will supply as Bradford County Tele-
sculpture of old on the street ot huskies leading. One almost feela tbe age to create sculpture which lasts
money. Will our town back a football 'capable' as funds will allow graph, 329 Fourth Avenue, New
( IJunn\
Rome and Pompeii. strain of the dogs on the harness and only for the passing hour.
a team? Well there's only one make way for York
1% :'if this Is done, they City.
} way to find out-by trying It out. I the increasing speed of the Brad- Chill Tom/
r t' So we ask each one of you to be ford Tornado. Good teams will Herbert Hoover, secretary of I

1 thinking this over and be ready .line n. II. 8. up with the leading commerce, has been invited to Invigorates, Purifies c.

l t to back us. '(,school of the state, and should Revelsioke, Queen City of the Ski-Jumpers Clearwater to enjoy fishing on his I Enriches the Blood. Resto:

With a coach to show us how town to ,give: Starke and Bradford county)I --0 vacation wlfich he plans to spendin Health and Energy and fortik!
right and the .
tt; play the game .valuable publicity Florida. The chamber of corn the system against Malaria;
we ask Is-Wateb,
behind l UI, all
i I' merce wired the invitation follow- Chills. Pleasant to take. h
.' 1L our smoket 'to expect first division l teams Is [ill ing an announcement of the secrt-

s .... something tf a wild dream, but it -.k .. tary's plans for his vacation. .
COACH
HAVK 1 cvecsrorcatJuMh -
TO ---
ltitADIcORD l Bradford to .
r possible for .
In tiuUe :
obtain distinction as the greatest Ii "t-: ;; ,;:. Lee County's first sweet potato nimmnmiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniuiiiiihij -

Last Friday, )Joyous news swept '!school for Its size In this state. .. crop for outside markets taken
k the school. Prof. Dowling announced athletics can help to- .. J this week from a 10-acre field, LAND
'Top-notch .
.% that the school officials had de- considerably, and a good .. ,1. brought 17500 from a Miami
-i.i. i *_ .nAtn. the faculty next ward this N.J: I house SURVEYINGSubdividing
packing today
emeu iu "" LW ; Important asset. c
be
,I ,( athletic director-a coach. coach will an G"s .ii: 3 .
}' year an !
f

I \ .' "t t, :: j No public other, except definite that plans the one were obtained made- I'11 coach But isn't a good going team to do and it all a good The i 4 ; _y q$: ts erected Tampa-at cost Old of People's$105,000 Home dedi- Drain

cated.
teach
will also .
Systems
} for this position ,I' Important factor of all Is .r age
"'6' 1 i"' I other subjects. The roach will ,,'most The coach can't do t t' ; Starke-Oulf Refining Company Work
t : l and Gold school spirit. : completes big bulk station on Accurate
the Purple
I lead be-
I not only the students get ,
; 'much unless .
'. teams in basketball and baseball, work with him Not South and. Thompson streets H. E. Lagergren
; and "
a' t 11 "S hind him -
{ but will b
hoped-football, but '
\ .. and It Is members of the teams I
I education. activities. only the t4 i IIl from :Kidney
P. direct all physical should do Starke Fla.
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I '( \ the entire student-body and Bladder ,
'1\\. .' ; I I thill. Let's do our part next year, Trouble. Don't I
d ;; An athletic coach has been Bradsford's i,''all of us. Support the couch, the I"'1 let tliuse:: organ IIIIIMItllllllllllllnlllHIl, mill'"'.,rAT' uCOFFINS
need ever since she ,, stands for R J'(1J( -
crying that make a martyr
:' 1 ;team, everything; e -
t.: 1: ,' "I' was founded. We have never had I[our school colors, and work together. S ( of you.Heed the:'irat
a man to lead the Tornado who !, da warning; that "things!:; are CASKETS
1 i makes athletics a specialty. The I i right." Drink freely of water &

.,, .I f success of our teams these (coach- "HKVKXTII: : RADH) J may; .. and take Gold Medal Hanrc! Oil Cap and a Full Lies ofUndertakers'
.! and .fi M sules. A world famous remedy;; for kidney I
remarkable, now
I It : less years is -
4IJ'OeEk .liver,bladder and uric acid troubles
Supplia
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r ,t \:: with a coach, the Purple and Cold The seventh grade pupils enjoy- Since 1696.
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t' Y should be carried through and held wonderful candy party given
\ eed a HEABSl
1, /. '; : ', above all opponents the cominghti by Yancy Williams one morninglast QD\ 1 i? 1 AUTOMOBILE
We all had a sweet '--'' Tb* I+t i"ie''
01L' hamL
} I":"n: years.. I. week. : lD Always .a Meld aIItEGIaTe
>\ -II tI tooth and Yancy was disappointed.I 1II[. :'Ii ::::Jr'tliJfWi7.ll/ \ at the leweet to'pd.-'** "* .......
ItOLIjLow
HONOR teach all of usa r ,j
I ,, suppose that will ..; At nil dniazlat: In three .i.e. Look for thu ED BMBALMMUEVVITT
.:''j I r lesson. We must not eat in name on the blue and enl \ first grade-Juanlta Dare'I enough to C. JONES
:? I 'school unless we have
:- I foot, Margaret lllgKlnhotham, Nettle divide with the rest of the family. In Tuba with Pile Pip STARKE FLA-
''I \ Dowllng. Mary Jane Judd. Dor- be smart at Attachment Teat
I \ I; The dumb shall I In tin box, .
E. : =1rac0
A. Z. Adkins, Jr., }:: --
:.' othy Crews, times. Yancy surplsed everyonelast :':::? eoa.
$ D. Starling, Mary Harriet Bishop. Thursday by reciting a poemIn W I I -:::
Miss Olive Ray O/r.fAifNT vAtb
Johnson. .f'
.J,:)kl.. I AtcKoyr. reading. "OUIltSIE R..C'HAMPIOolW '< ',,',' I 'ra1'atnguaranteedtocuiwanyaseef a

h A class-Margaret Albertson'l I Louise---Palmer, why mustwe
,; Era Edwards Clara ) Miss be kind to the poor? IN FAIQNf. C'/UfMPION .... jr I trading Pi Ira or money ref u nded. Say it with Flower
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Moseley Mellle Silcox Joe teacher, be- All
botham. Leon Leach, \ IIlggln-1 Palmer-Please of them The town of Revelstoke nestling, Nets Nelson a brakeman on the part In both.events Flowers For
cause In these days any Canadian Paclflo Railway, established Canadian are great lover ot the
don, Edward Raymond, Vernon), might become rich, among the Selkirk Mountains In the his world record Jump of 240 feet In out-of-doors and winter spurts are an To Cure a Occasions
Silcox, George Silcox. Mrs. H. C. broad valley ot the Columbia river. In 1029. The woman's record jump of Important factor in the lives 01 young

Ritch, teacher. Catherine-No woman ever takes British Columbia U noted for two 84 feet was also made on tbe Revel- people in this land ot the maple leal. Cold in -
I First grade, B and C class, Second -| another woman's advice about things: Its'National Park situated on stoke ski hill in 1933.: by Isobel Quebec and Montreal are the two Gertrude Godbey
e grade B class-Thomas Lewis top of Mount Revelstoke and Its Coursler, a record vhlch stll,' stands. eastern centers for sports, Winnipeg
Marvin Grime Ida Mae Andrews frocks. don't ask the enemy world famous ekl-jump where world Little children In this mountain In the middle west and ,Banff ana One Day Anderson
Jones Doris Strickland. Lula-You records have been made and up to the town who can do little more than Revelstoke still farther west. West
L. O.
how to win' the war. present date not surpassed. walk begin to *kl as soon a* there it ern Canada has *n abundance of sunshine } -
Thomas Mersereau. The Rovelstoke Winter Carnival extends sufficient snow and they art broughtup and the weather I Ie all anyone 39 Waldo, V
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KiailTll"RADK Phone
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Beulah Brown Take *
Second grade-- : from Pebruar Bessie Varnes, Clarice Gill Beatrice During this celebration the fourteenth the average child thinks of walkingThe thaw alternately! postponing special rLaxativeBromo
i Mosely, Frances Lee Peek At our club meeting on Wednesday annual skl-Jumpdng tournament children have tlWlr own bill and competition or trips but remains a

t.. Evelyn Lindsay, Bill Powell. Miss the following were' appointed take place on February 7-8 little jumps from which they gradual fairly even temperature. Canadian

Ethel Grimn, teacher. )I| a* a program committee: Louise the famous hill where the Jumps are one by one.Revelatolle and AmerIcana will soon realize Ula (\
I Third grade-Mildred Warren Jennie Crosby, Bob made has a total length ot 1.160 feet has an unusually large futility of traveling long distances
Edwards,
jj. with a runway of BOO feet The distance skating rink for the size of the town and spending large sums of money to Quinine
Leila Mae Crews, ,
Mae Morsereau. Frlnk, Ben ernoerg. from the take oft to the farthest and there are four curling rinks. Th. enjoy winter iporu In Norway Alalleif For colds gri
t' Bertie Mae Ward, Don Stllley. A'I I 1 On Thursday morning Victor point at which a safe landing II I as date for the Band Winter Carnival' Sweden or Switzerland when there ,
I
r W. Anderson. Miss Madge Middles :.Thomas president of the 90 Club sured. 18 380. feet, or 40 feet beyond are from February 4-lt making n are 10 mane dlmi.'ful\ winter resort take
ton, teacher. I IFoutrh gave an Interesting talk on JamesA. the present world record. poaalble for sport enthusiast to lake In the Dominion of Canada. and flu

grade--Lois Judd Vonda Garfleld. Laxative
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: BROMOdQUx1MNESTabiete
I, Inman.. Fannie Sllcox, Ruby Leach, i j On Thursday at one-thirty our Key West HavanaAmericanCigar Valdosta-Work started paving Apopka-New white sway light will fortify the >

Q, '. Lillian Sternberg. Dorothy White, I room was highly honored by a visit 'I' Company of this city greatly highway south of here tng system here Illuminated. Influenza and other:v.temaliain..Grip..erlou. War..u1to
i Elaine Wynn, Grave Andreu, from Dr Edwin Southers. He gave IDa from a Cold. Price 30o.
Increasing Its working force.
Frank Clark, Dorothy Leavitt. I| the class an Interesting reading' "asanaawwetmananaiwonmwr nnduuuunruuuuwWmignuWtawiupunuuu.wntiamnnnounuunmunuuuuutu.' .' iwwnniWwwiuwrr' The box bears this signature
l Fifth grad_Helen Merserea.u. from Shakespeare's "Richard III". Greenville-Progress being: madeon

oS a 'J I., Martha Powell, Tour Newell. Miss This visit was enjoyed by all. i Qultman road leading Into HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE /;/roul.

l.. I} Eunice Perkins teacher. |I| On Friday morning Elizabeth i Greenville. Proven Merit since 188 aAOt
'y{' Sixth grade Lola Adkins Towle gave us an enjoyable read- pea

A ii, Blanche Allgood Martha Brown- ing, "The One )HOBS Shay" by Stump read to the class "The Raven -
FOR
1 ,, lee, Eunice Canova, Eleane Prnth- Oliver Wendell Holmes. ," by Edgar Allen Poe Yon LIVERbr

er, Sinclair Peek Jr., Dorothy I On Friday at the assembly the Bob Frink has on display In STARKE FLORIDA mRUeheheaduch.

1 tfl RItch, Dorothy Swambom. MUs; following talks were given the natural history department a'' Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies and ed t'constipation. ekes cth

*" Bonnie Snellgrove, teacher. George Raymond-Sauderllng. beautiful specimen of a poly phe- FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE BOND, LIABILITY the liver, r..cul..te I.ane'a the bowelor Pill' mak.nitCQ tone. Relieves the tang .
ttfey,uth.gr' -.da--rMaryBrowoUa,I I \ Melba Sllcoi:--fcj ptcryx. -.era.,moth Utfaaa. been mounted YOU MI'rqULL'S feel fine. complies
prevents
Olarfysi Brock, .'Grafton: 'C*> .9.r, Jeneie'Grasbyaiaetsal.On 'I Sa4 Ai'wedtoadadde.4awuthtu.th.attractiveness ,AWp8ME: ih MAD i'JU3Oth'UT "4 : STORm I "M-dbr.: ......

Clara Dyal, Bertha Dyal, Lucille Monday morning; Evelyn of the "LSpI ,I
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:'1Ilnn county line and was travel velopment of the state. :the lad, .bt-th were powerlessto rlctilture Nathan Mayo shows. Thenspectton solution, $286.60 and certified an-

UK for a St. Petersburg firm be'i I render assistance. tax on gasoline was the alysis, $1.50. The department's '
News Florida in Short Paragraph, Ja.cksonvme--Strlcken dumb ash '
ore he
f five Jeft the county several largest single money-getter for the net receipts for the year were) '
truths ago. He had the same result ot an attack by kldnnp- Jacksonville A. Perry, rasli-
year, a total of $309,938.33: bqlng $423,373.08, after disbursementsof
;lnd of a Job : ie'rs! and robbers, Forrest S.
at Albany. A war- er of the Bank of Klngsland( Ga., $168,954.78 hud been deducted.
ant for Ills arrest had ,-lodges was In serious condition derived by the department tromLhllt
been sent
:.bducted and perhaps fatally In other words, the statement ,
today wMle nn extensive ( source. The tax on kerosene
State NewsTOLD I -d it and held Edenfleld until the oarch to' his assailants was being vouiuliul! by a trio of bandits who Drought In $31,185.12! and on signal shows, the I Inspection division'cleared
$423.373.OH from Its activities
arrival of Sheriff ouglas. Eden. aiailff by police thropghout the nr.ed him to open bank's vault oil $30.53, making a total of -

neld's wife and children live in South. Hodges, an employee of a tad deliver tb them between $300 .- $344,153.97 derived from the oil for the year.. 9,!
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BY OUR EXCHANGES 'ern, under a physicians care be- was operated on tor bul- :er yielded $103.371 and the citrus Shanda Bridge across St. Johns '

-L. .. McOIll, prominent :luine of the serious extent! of his 'et wounds at a local< hospital lust rult tax, $72,849.90. Receipts River will be opened March 14th. ;1
resident of the Knrlton 'ojurles wrote his harrowing ex- light The car In which the loot from the feed tax for the year Plant City-Consolidation of I,

------.- -.-.------------05 peach section, was found dead In perience on a piece of paper for irs rodo toward Jacksonville was were $68,877.57. Other minor receipt North and East Florida divisions r "

,, sea -Grosvenor Da w errl'Si Tltusvllle-Convked that he had bl"lllIlht morning by his wife whenhe !police. He alleged; that Tuesday, wrecked with Perry as a passengr Items Included cottonseed of Seaboard Air Line Railway effected. /l '
,I' at a point on the Main strE'etolld.
he seized by two robbers, ,deprived meal I
; failed to arise at the usual hour. was fertilizer 58750. analysis .
[, Johnson returned to ad demonstrated the practlcnbll- The news was received here with a of $100 in cash that he carried about six miles from Jack-(

,,.a last! evening from their ty of "flivver" airplanes, Harry' dlntlm-1 Kho'k.Ir.! McGIll had on his person and bound and onvllle, and after concealing their sl
the state In Brooks, who carried to Qultman, 'tctim lit a dump of bushes along : ,
Jiiuruey, around was forced down here lived there for eleven years. He /Ragged was
$ he roadside the bandits made
iii.in with the industrial BUTThr Last night after traveling more was prominently known In the le-orgtn, where he was DeaUu) until removedto Why
heir after being
State Strawberry Association the 1 he lost his speech. Dazed and escape
have however. three ,' han 900 mllps from Detroit- left rape Grower's Association and weak from the assault, Hodges tills city by passerby who hultM -
ountles to visit-Gadsdeaflj ''ate today by automobile tor Miami \ : Jrove back Jacksonville mid at the scene of the wreck. Poilce -
pecan growers. lie was a prominent
and Liberty. These can his Intended goal In the flight. showman in his early days staggered into the home ot his recovered practically all of the be satisfied with less 'f

hell hy short trips from TalTwo. Brooks came to earth because of The funeral service will be conducted wife, where first aid was given toleii money which had been hidden -
days will be spent a leaking pet cock In his gasoline Thursday afternoon at 2:30: his\ In the woods after the car was
e line I :.iverlurned. A stats-wide search
each In Llb- after
mattalnlng
den and one ac average o'clock In Waldo. Deceased Is sur-
J \Vakulaa. speed of seventy-eight miles an vived by his widow, a son, Jerry TallahasllE'Florllln'lI tax upon was Instituted by police) last night than Buick I j
hours and consuming forty-two McGIll, former president of the dealers in automobile tires and ; in an effort to apprehend the es- t

din Prominent cattle men gallons of fuel. lie estimates that student body at the University of tubes, authorized by the 1927 legislature aped bandits, two of whom were k

tb Florida held a meeting between eight and ten gall< ns, Florida, and a daughter. ; la constitutional und valid aid to have been seriously injuredwhen &
1'iti-' day afternoon to take more than enough to have taken : '.he state supreme court held today. their speeding/ roadster left when Buick is priced so low .
the road crashed Into a post and
award( forming a state orIon him the remaining 200 miles to PompanoEverglades fires have The court reversed the Judgment '
or the protection\of :Miami, leaked out. so spread that on many evenings if the circuit court for Hlllsbor- iverturned on the Main street
alaers against the depreda- of late the smoke has dimmed the ough county In the case of Sheriff ':'oad. about.8:3u. o'clock. last night. You can buy a Buick closed car for as little '" j '

cuttle thieves whose oper- Jacksonville IJ. Cloxton, 38, sun's glare till it Is an easy object '... M.\ liters against Spencer Mitch- f. b. ,,
next, $1195 o. factory.
Plant City-Wednesday as ,
alleged oil, and ordered'Mitchell, discharged -
over the state have reached bootlegger, was held in to look with naked eye. And
proportions. The plan of jail here tonight without ball on until heavy rains fall out in the by the lower court. remanded to will be just another day, to many In fact, you can have your choice of threepopular
but it will
citizens of Plant City
tit men Is to ask of the state charges of wife beating, concealed burning section fires must con- custody. The opinion was by Justice <
Ituford. The case against be a special occasion for N. K. Buick models<< at this low price- .
lire laws which will requIreI weapons, drunk and disorderlyand tinue and grow for there Is no other -
I meat publicly sold shall vagrancy. Officers charged menus at hand to extinguish Spencer Mitchell was brought; to Jack Moody.Brown 207 Clark one mile street west and of Mrs.the Sedan, Coupe or Sport Roadster.
mcfal Inspection at the that Cloxton, after beating his themno money to fight them. test the constitutionality of the '
|t>r house wife, seized their 0-months old baby They this year cover a greater area act. lie was convicted of violation city. Koch will celebrate a quard- These cars offer everything that is Buick- {
and threw It on a red hot stove, than for many past-not in a of the law by not paying the reunlal birthday tlien. as the calendar '
makers have soon tit to tack The luxury and beauty of low-
Palm Beach-Paul Pry 1- knocked his 12-year old son's ear stretch of connected burning but tax when arraigned county court princely I

New York, a $15 a weekn(1 off with a stick of wood, and thatIt in number of blazing tracts, in and took a writ of habeas corpus the twenty-ninth day be of Febimry swung bodies by Fisher.
this 'There may more per-
of took five officers to separated to the circuit court where Judge year.
( husband a woman overpowerhim some Instances widely
Robles ordered him discharged eons who will have a birthday thenIn The riding comfort: of Buick can- f
$4,000,000 is applicant In when they arrived on the call. and extending over a great area. P. M. supreme
and their
Ehere for a divorce from his He had a gun when taken, officers County Agent Matthews on his recent on tile ground: that the aCt, friends this vicinity must be, but keeping they It secret, tilever springs, Lovejoy hydraulic shock d .
of the constitution
halt and says he 'mar- declared. The baby was rescued return from the West Coast was violative t
p Shi a doll who wanted to con before it was burned badly by the noted that the fires begun about 15 and the case. was. appealed.. taining Judging the from Information the difficulty Ot In more ob- absorbers, and form-fitting tailored seats. P,

y wear new and 'startlingand mother. miles from Okeechobee and continued enrollment cards of pupils The brilliant of the famous
be out among others down into the Lauderdale Live Oak-Preston Foster, 15- than 3,700 performance
soft rather than be a wife St. Augustine movement of section. year-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. John In the city and rural schools, Buick six-cylinder Valve-in-Head engine.
of the Pine Grove community none was lister witha leap yearbirthday.
Foster,
will be
state-wide '
husband and thatId Importance
e to not her play the role of a brought up here March 14, at the Port nay 1\fabel-A double blast in this county met with when a was born. Mr.at Moody Fort Call will, be Bradford 78.< lIe Come in! Let us put a Buick at your disposal i l

husband," but prefers to Doming convention of the State cf dynamite, deonated by President tragic death Monday evening been working county, but moved here when a for a trial. '
had
or a living and that love is'', Association of county commissioners. Coolidge at 5:29: p. m., by the a mule which he than 60 .
him and ran away, dragging :- young married man more SEDANS$1195to$1995 COUPES$1191 to$18 JO
ble to riches. It will be in the tentative pressing of a golden telegraph key threw "quit" the !
he
this afternoon him to his death. lie wall years ago. lie said SPORT MODELS '19) to $ UH f
form of a bill drafted for the pur- at the White House
from the field to the cross-tie contracting business last AUfnttl/.t. fliml, Mitb.,.. .rtO..II..",. t t JJtJ. Tiu G/If..... Co t
m- The Ku Klux Klan be- pose of securing a constitutional opened the channel from this port dragged; than a December, after 31 years In the ".*..*plt.IH..,Mil'.." ,it.+.ilbl4. t ,
of
hoodless organization to- amendment by the next legislature Into the Atlantic ocean. A crowdof house, a distance more time In his life, Mr
dead work One
'whereby the terms of office of estimated at 25,000 wit- quarter of a mile, and was
the people
his, at least, was gen- without a
went eight years
Moody
and he
terpretatlon of an "official county commissioners will be extended nessed the ceremony, and heard when the mule stopped was 1195
occurred -
when leap year
no
The birthday,
by Imperial Wizard Hiram from two years to a four- the addresses delivered by Cong taken from the tangled gear. In 1900. He recalled that 'yY t l 'e" 4
In the field ,
all Florida. Jack Albert E. Carter of the lad had been plowing
ns sent out from klan beads year period over ressman the he had "to make double-time celebrating y
In Atlanta. But the full Corey, of Plnellas county, has congressional rivers and harbors of Mr. George Umstead during unhitchedthe In 1004"TallahasseeThe F.O.B. FACTORY /I '
nd significance of the "ed- Jrawn'the new' bill. -ommlttee, Nathan Mayo, commis- day and at sundown he .
sioner of agriculture of Florida, mule from the plow and
baked in as much mystery Inspection division
very as that which surd Lake City-W. 13. Douglas returned Ernest Amos, state comptroller mounted him to ride home. The department of '
the state
of
and the REGISTER MOTOR
bucked him off as CO.
of the oiule
mlzatlon. Imperial Wizard Albany, N. Y., to bring back harbor project, and other state and boy fell one foot draggedand 000 during u27 In Inspection tax-
he k
mule :
the ran
'says "the Ku Klux Klan Is Willie Edenfleld, who was wanted !local dignitaries. Each of the 'race.kicked As the boy tll death. The of receipts and disbursements just STARKE. FLORIDA

h'r a masked order." Mem- here on a charge of wife desertion. speakers stressed the importancef witnessed by those JS and analysis fees, a statement : d
f the klan herd say they Kdentleld formerly lived( 12 miles > a deep water world port in the I who tragedy was working In the field with :oniplled by Commissioner of Ag-; .VIIKN IIKTTKII: AUTOMOIIIMCH AltlO IIUII.T HUICK WILL BUILD THBMHMOOM ,
de- were
frothing/ of any such edict. southeast of Lake City_near the agricultural\ and industrial \

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'' It t."iJ/1'J ill.I ---- ,! :\ F'R.\ZEF;: KXTKRTAINH; : !! Sunduy to receive a continuation make many trips from bIll home to According to Thomas A. Edison, T. H. Crisp 111101 I

vr *!' I < lass In St. Mark's Episcopal Starke during the next month. I three of the six outstanding fea- asota were aw.p.I,i
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Circle i
\ C::I 1. ehunh. His splendid discoursewas Green Cove Crescent. tures of 1927 were the Ultravolet erection: of a ,",,.' c
of St. Mark's rhurch
enjoyed a delightful on Measuring the Christian. glass commercialization: Inter- the new Unlvc, ,,. t
afternoon The Woman's Club of. Macclen- connection of electric power lines dlo '
; Monday when Those confirmed were: Dr. Edwin broadcast la
1,1 j il 9ielyN I they were guests of Mrs. J. L. Fra- Southers Billy Graham, and Ivan I ny sent a committee of seven, composed anti electric refrigeration commer- Ing of the dins, 1 ?,, wt

-- zee at her home. Carleton, while Ralph Rhodes was of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Knabb cllalzed. cently held at t,;a", u

it r I Pleaaant conversation and sewing baptized. Special music was ren- Mrs. Paul Taylor, Mrs. ,V. B. Cone --
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...,. ,". I' i employed the hours and each dered by the urpllced choir. Mrs. L. B. Williams Mrs. 'WalterA.
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1 }, j Phone 29 member carrtod apron material Dopson and Mrs. W. E. Sharpe,
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"t' II :. home for necessary machine work. Mrs. Robert F. Clark' departed )I to Starke to look over the Woni- FOR ONE WEEK ONt

';j J.r ,, I f'II'! -- ------------------ At five o'clock the hoatesa serv-!I Friday for Atlanta, Ga., where she mans Club building In that place )

I ('I':LFIlIt; \T138 m.JiVJ.XTU: ; ('EhEhiR.iTllI4: I H.'fJ ed a tempting fresh. fruit salad II met her son and they proceededto I for the purpose of deciding on Just

1 JHUTIII>.\V ItlKTHDAY course with hot tea. Mrs. Frazee'a Angolla Indiana, where the ,1 what kind of a building they want March 5th 10th
living rooms were artistically dec- I young man bas enrolled as an ac- to erect here. It Is reported that to
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In i elfbratloii of little May Mer- Mrs Elizabeth A. Snyder celebrated orated with sprays of sweet tae I.demlc student ih the Trl-8tate I the committee has about decided
mine. Those present were: Engineering college. Mrs. Clark to build like the Starke clubhouse
,' 't H-Toau's I eleventh birthday, Miss her eighty-fifth birthdaywith These
Mesdames C. H. Marks Mrs.\ R. expects to be away until September. j which Is said to have cost about Special Prices. Oa
r Sarah 1\Ialpl\I 1 entertained at her a dinner party Sunday at the S. Carleton, C. F. Hoover, C. A. 110,000. Such a building will be a ;

home Saturday afternoon. Daring home of her son and daughter-in- ,Dutch, G. M. SIstrunk, E. A. Towle, I I rrodit to the "'omnl&'. Club and Onyx Pointex Silk Stockings/

the afternoon games and contests law Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder. In. J. Davis, J. C. Hoover, W. E. Messrs. G. M. Slstrunk. C. A. the town of l\facc.lenny.-l\Iacden- j

( r were enjoyed, In the word context with whom she makes her home. I Cutler, George C. Kruse J. S.plulpas l"utcl1..C. F. Hoover, J. C. Hoover I ny Reporter. Regular :, "'

d Miiijjuret Finclier won a box The dinner guests were Dr. and I II. H._ Young and Le Clair and t hel families, with their guest,I I Style PrlcCl on\1' "Rkw k 'Rf .
Mrs IT. A. Tucker, Rev. and Mrs. Hoover of Washington, D. C.TRA Mrs. Le Clair Hoover of Washington i R. L. Kyle, proprietor of Hamp-
of candy and Miriam Flncher a f I ,
1: ,IE. M Hooks, and Mrs James U. C., thirteen. In all formeda I ton Beach, popular summer playground -
. Y F:\ PKO<;ilAM H. y. i U. 1 $"
portfolio.A Shepard. The afternoon I'uestlll motorcade to Jacksonville Sunday announces the improvements 155 Service-Sheer. Silk with } | :

patriotic color scheme was effectively were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White, via Penney Farms and Green at lila resort will bo completed 19 9
Sunday evening a playlet In addition and feet $1.50 JL
. : carried out in I lie decorations ]jMr. and )frq, Olin White and children" to the regulai- ,program was Cove Springs, and visited Mr. and!, and the Casino opened on cotton tops J p
t !Mrs\ Cyrus Slst/unk, March 1st. One of the main Improvements -
ti while given .
the largo cako which at il Y. P. U. with Mfsatiussle
I Despite her years Mrs. Snyder is Is the changing of the
centered, the dining table was colored still active mentally and physically.She In charge.Mae This Bennett and Group 4I Mri.. F. A. Scctt tipAilt several I ventilation system. Four lara pat- .....

I1 ; "r red, white and liluo A buffet was born In Keedysvllle, Md., behalf of the monthly was rendered B. In days in Jacksonville 'last week attending :ent ventilators have been installed l
lunch was served with cherry Ice February 26fh, 1843 and joined Y. P. U I the national W. C. T. U. in the Cbsino." assuring dancers 1 1 $

cream. Candles were tied with patriotic ,''the' United Brethren church when magazine A ."am..._.V"..".I,'._'',_, co t lf erency" w her e e ev_ one of the coolest f**.fllr....."fcl.' .ItY til...a 767( Service-Sheer. Silk to the -g m

ribbon and flags were used I| a young( woman. Rite married I large arid (-rowd wad In attendant of eral noted speakers were on the south. The soft drink stand and hem-cotton feet 1.85 J J l.j
all
(people the
young
f 03 favors.Mlaa .
't I[I Martin Thomas Snyder of Hhorers- program. Representatives from all check room have been removed to
tOWn who not
\. May wan delighted with here vllle, Md, and to thin union! three are Invited Attending any states were present. Mrs. Scott the rear of the dance floor, and
other society lire to come
{ party and the many (gifts; bestowed ,I i children: were both, Sarah Katherine next Sundayenlng at 6:30: and reports that much Interest and en many other itflpYovements); have

upon her by her frlenda. ;' Edsaf! ;! W.. and Harvey Mar- Join our "Live Wire Union." thusiasm was shown in the discussions been Installed. Mr. Kyle is also .
Those anslstlng Miss Malpftu were tin Snyder. She! has only two concerning the coming presi building a summer residence at the
k' Misses Hazel Klckllter, :KlUabeth.: Kranl-'chlldi'! II, Fenella and LouIse n. Y. P. v. PIUKK.\M dential nominations and elections, beach. The orchestra will' be 750 Chiffon. Silk from top to $1

't and Mary Tnwle, 1 1ltptl 1 | Mersereuu, Snyder. Mrs. Snyder's husband as well as many other events of Jimmy Flonary's, and his players $1.95J 49 9
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,7v 1 and Florence Flncher. passed Away May 16th, 1881. The following program will be Importance to the welfare of the one of the best organizations available .

Those privileged to enjoy this During the war Mrs. Snyder rendered Sunday evening, March people of the nation. It will be composed of six

happy nfwrhoon were: Misses played an active part helping to ith, Group une In charge: )pleies. and will include a Sousa-
Vera Claire Robinson, Margaret feed the soldiers., She came to I. Nothing But the Blood by all. The Times-Union of Feb. 2 Hh phone.

Flncher, Miriam Flncher Katie Btarke August 29th, 1918 and has II. Love Is the Theme by all. carried an announcement of the
iIt '' FuKate< Classle White, Birdie Mae devoted her time to home and III. Prayer. death at Baldwin late Wednesday. Curd of Thanks STERNBERG'SQuality
1 Ward, Virginia Alvarez, Loin Ad children. IV. Business. night of James Sparkman Van- \\'e appreciate and thank our
r,' 1 klns, Martha Powell, Vonda In- V. Saved by Grac'e I -Duet-Mrs, landingham, and his burial Fridayat I relatives and friends who helped us
It { mau, Leila Mae Krune, Edith iv.\.NM-\Mntr.u; : : Butler and John Powell. 1 p. m. at New Hope) cemeterynear during the time that our home was Goods at Low Prices
vwr r Drummond and Lillian Stump. VI. My Faith Looks Up to Thee Lacrosse.! Mr. Vanlanding- burned. '
t tn I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu an- In Bradford STARKE FLORIDA
friends
-Group One. ham had many I... Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly. ,
1, + KNTIKT.\I.NH: r.uiu CMJII I nounce the marriage of their VII. Bible Quiz. county who will regret to learn ofhis -- _u__ -- n_ ____n____ --- ---un -
daughter, Ethel Fae, to Rev. JamesA VIII. Saved Saved, solo-John death. __ __ __n
L t k 1 Mr. and !Mrs\ W. M. Wulnwrlght Evans, on Saturday, February Powell. -

Imp opened their bungalow home last (the 18th, :1928: First Free Will IX. The Old Rugged Cross, quar- Mr. and Mrs. C. D Gunn of

: Friday evening to a few close 1 Baptist church.Iteautitul: tette, Mr. Butler Ethel< Griffin, mines City, are announcing the
friends. Card were enjoyed durIng -| In Its simplicity was : John Powell and Mr.\ Klckllter.X. arrival of a fine little son, Tuesday r

t the evening, three tables being the ceremony which was attended : I Love to Tell The Stork, all morning.) Feb. 21st, at the For Representative
S placed in the ample living room only by the Immediate families anda XI. Hawltan guitar, solo, Laura I Alachua County Hospital, this city. :
r where a color scheme of yellow and few Intimate friends I Newell. The young man has been named .,
$* green was carried out in the spring : Mrs. Evans Is the youngest Gunn.-Gainesvllle
F. XII. Duet (selected) Mildred Randall Yale i I i
flowers used. Delicious Mexican daughter of Mr. and Mrs- C. M. Gill and Ethel Griffin. Dally Sun. Mr. Gunn Is well remembered
fudge was served on each table, : Andreu, former residents of Bradford XIII. Solo-Mrs. Butler. in Starke and( Bradford
and at the close of a pleasant evening Mr. Evans Is the eld- served county 'J
county as
; XIV. Count Your Many Blessings county having :
l a shrimp salad course with 'est son of Air and Mrs. Arthur Ev- All. agent : FRAZEE

L i Iced ten were served. I an" of Micama, N. C. XV. Sentence prayer. :1
Jn the I
Mr. and
bridge games ,i Mrs. Evans: prior to coming to XVI. Onward Christian Soldiers Among those attending the ,
Mrs. J. C. Robinson won the high,; Jacksonville, was a resident of All. Claude Murphree organ recital

+ prizes, which were a Parker pencil,, i Bradford county, where she is well XVII. Benediction, Sunday at Penney Farms were: I _
: and a green glass flower jug, respect known. She is now connected! with All young people invited. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight: Mr. and

1 \Ivoly. Low scores were made ,Community Chest Association, Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. MY PLATFORMI
1try by Mrs, C. A. Knight and Mr. U. where she has been for the past rO" H'SI'l'Y HEALTH ;MKKTI.VO; : Keedham Perryman, Mrs. O. A. : '

t ,t F. Demorest, and they received a 'year. Mrs. Evans Is! an active Anderson, Mrs.\ W. J. Epperson, I

' t I green; score pad and a yellow smokIng her of the church of anem-I' Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. Miss Beatrice'Ballon, Mr. and Mrs. i: I stand for in the administration of State affairs -
Hut, respectively. 1 Evans; is pastor. at the Woman's Club in Starke, John Uglow, Miss Carrie Uglow economy
Those playing cards with Mr. I Mr. Evans, before coming to I there will be a community health Mr. and Mrs\ J. W. 'Morgan Mr. i... I and a fair distribution of the benefits of State tax-

4 and Mrs. WaInwrIght were Judge Florida, attended Eureka collegeat meeting, put on by the State Board Levlton. 111(. William J. llllfe, Mrs.II. .
__ aw '1 i and Mrs. A, Z, Adkltm, Mr and Ayden N. C., where he received' of Health. Talks will ba given by V. KKnlgUt and Mrs. Alice R. ation. ,
rp !' :Mrs. R. ]F. Domorest, Mr. and Mrs. his early training for the ministry local persoris interested in health. Thomas. '

I!3, M Johns, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ''1 lie is now entering upon his second The parents from the entire county I I II More State aid for public schools, particularly for a i
y Knight, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinsoti. of the First are to be present. Starke. has .
_ j year as pastor expected L. Simmons, of
_ | J.
( I fair distribution of the raised the instead
Free Will Baptist church, located -- leased the store room In the Thomas money by gasoline tax -

II. Y. I.. U. rt OCLU.b j on Orchard street and Is connected building, opposite the bchlem- of the present unfair method which gives the rich
with the Prudential Insurance I JLOCAJL mer House( and is making altera-

The B. Y P. U. social at theWoman's Company of America.I tions and renovating the room preparatory counties many times as much as the poorer counties re-
I I I and :Mrs.! )Evans are now'residing to opening a plumbing
clubhouse Thursday evening 'PENlNG ceive. This will
t In Murray Hill. They have business. The new store will handle give country schools longer terms.
4 was a success In every way .
f friends here and elsewhere fixtures and .
J It a George Washington party | many a line of plumbing
F as was plainly evidenced by a large picture who will be Interested In the announcement Mr. and Mrs. W B. Mundy, Miss will also do electrical work. Mr. More State Aid for Public Highways, and especially for

of their marriage Pearl Goolsby and CallIs Manningwere Simmons wll be assisted by C. E.
the
of Washington draped In The extension of THE BROOKER HIGHWAY TO CON
Jacksonville Times-Union. visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday Albertson. also of Starke.
r F flags, surrounded by spinning (I e afternoon. will be ready for "busi NECT WITH HIGHWAYS TO THE GULF COAST.
a wheel, flint-lock gun, sword, with 1'X'II.\] (m CI.CI1 Lt''iCUtoSI : : new store days.-Cedar Kay ,
14 an abundance of hatchets and cherry I ness In a few
4 r, t' ; trees. The committee was un I'I Th Ornnge-and Black TeaRoom Mrs. ":. M. Barefoot.: and daughter News. I RAIFORD HIGHWAY TO CONNECT WITH

tiring in their" efforts! to make the1auditorium I'!I ? was the scene of a pleasant spending, Miss today Inez In Abernathy Sanderson, with are Mrs E. V. Priest of Green Cove I ISprings" STATE ROAD NO. ONE ROAD 28 TO CON-
.' attractive and the affair meeting of the Exchange -
inetrmetive from a I
and relatives who Is suffering NECT WITH EAST COAST ROUTES TO THE
t very realistic and patriotic. I I|: Club Monday" when Dr. of diseases was takento ,
v A three-pice orchestra played at1 1 Oerry gave an Illustrated complication in Starke, SOUTH BY
WAY OF
A the evening. I Eloise \\'. M. Walnwrlght; was home a private hospital ORANGE SPRINGS.
intervals throughout
I on some of her Interesting where she
lecture
N Tuesday evening; from Palatka,, Wednesday of last week
Partners were obtained by means microscopic work connected with where he Is spending the week. was operated upon by Dr. W. E. SHORT ROUTE TO JACKSONVILLE CON-
of matching hatchets and after the United! States Forest Service. condition la saidto ,
Her
9. It finding their colored table8-for-1 luncheon plates were Middleton. NECTING GREEN COVE SPRINGS ROAD WITH
(|I Eighteen: Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jackson- have Improved since the opera-
two, a flower making contest ensued laid at one long table and dainty been advised -
'. and ville, spent Tuesday In Starke with tion, but her family have HIGHWAY THROUGH MIDDLEBURG.
: and was very unique en [spring flowers were used for dec- to remain In
i friends and relatives. she will have

t, C \d joyable.Mrs.. J. S." Butler sang "Girl of I'|I orations.Baron von Malzahn who Is making Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Towle have cover.Starke for She about is the a wife month of County to re These will give Bradford County, three more through
Dreams, and "My Blue Heaven of forest
My
an observation tour their guests for ten days E. V. Priest. Owing to routes without costing the
t ," in her most charming man- had as Assessor county one cent.
guest
was a
1 I I work In tlila country, mother Mrs. James Towle. and his the anxiety caused by his wife'sIllness
P Mr. J, n. Oliver rendered a
nero of honor. sister, Miss Dora Towle, of Birn- Mr.\ Priest will have to The State Marketing Bureau should be made to serve
cornet solo which was very pleas I The next meeting; of the Exchange left

: 1 'ing. (I Club will be held Monday amwood Wednesday WIs.for Tampa These, where guests they the needs of the farmers in marketing their crops under
While seated- In u circle for the at ladle8'night.
and Is known
evening,
1 Valley name of Forge Red.refreshments White and of Blue popcorn expect to remain until June. GENT[ A WORD% I I modern methods so that they will get a fair return for

''4 were served on a corn shuck. I Kl'ttOHTH: I.KA'jCIJ: : $OUI.ILA Mrs. Stella Wiggins of Macon, I what they produce. ___
:. I rs Later In the evening a committee 'Ga, spent the week-end with her
c ',i' served delicious brick \ice cream In I I most delightful l affair was brother-in-law and sister! Mr. and COLUMNFOR I LAW ENFRCEMENT SHOULD BE STRENGTH-.

,1 ; the form of flags, with cherry cake, I that of last Friday when the Senior Mrs 0. H. Bennett. She was where en- RENT-Furnished TENED.
LJ to about seventy persons Epworth League of the Methodist route home from Sarasota, See Amy Moore, T. & P..rooms'l
church entertained at a George she lias spent the past month with 32lt.FOR ; Parole power should be given to Circuit Judges so that
4 llIt.XU :\lIt:04.: PKKK: : ( social In the Woman's Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner. I
tt d ,j t KNTKKTAIN' I clubhouse Washington The Invited honor SALE Cypress shingles ; no boy or child of tender years should ever be forced into
the Hi-Leaguers. Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adklns $7.00$5.00 and $3.00 per thou-
guests were i association with hardened criminals.
vj Mr. and Mrs Sinclair L. Peek i I In an army contest Elizabeth spent' Tuesday In Jacksonville. sand. Phone your ordrfr. C. F. .
hosts evening to the:' and Mrs A. Z. Adklna, Lltchneld Booker Fla. 3.23t'FOR I
u h were Friday ; and Charles Darby won Judge;
Andrews I
I Miss Ethel want the support of the people of Bradford county
members of the Twentieth Century Immense stick of barber-polo Miss Myrtice Jackson
Card Club at their home. !I an while Leila Dea Andrews Griffin, Lois and Junior AdkIns, SALE--Two Ford worm I and their advice and the
help
The rooms opened en suite were I,candy Allen, Long were consoled with motored to Penney Farms Sunday drive trucks, cheap G. bl. Sis- to carry out as far as possible
made attractive the of anil heard Claude Murphree's organ trunk. Starke. 322t. above constructive and for fair
more by use u tiny bit of confection. and program get our.County a
graceful; yellow jasmine In wall the of pleasant and recital In the Penney Memorial FOR SALE I share of
I|I At algae -250,000 Improved I of State Improvements, and a fair distribution
vanes. Attractive tallies marked .lively evening, cherry Ice cream chapel. Missionary Strawberry Plants, 1
the places of the players at the :i and home-made cake topped with and best money can buy for plant State Money' At the same time I hope to see some of the

;'t tables where salted pecans were i, cherries was served to the thirty- Mlssert\ Louise Virginia ,<, bed stock $-.00& for 1,000; 37.60 liberties restored which
i served during the games. (I two persons present. Little hatch- ter-in-law. 10,000 Southern Plant Specialist. have been taken away from our

!' Miss Margaret Long received the lets: were given as fuvors.WSIMIHS visit Dlnnmore. Fla. 3-2-2t people by unsatisfactory laws. For these ends I ask your
k's
qq high; award for women, a bands I e have returned from a we
r embroidered buffet set, and the low : .AM IMMM5K\M In Ocala Misses\! Louise and VirginIa FOR SALE, ] -Five-room furnished votes and your help in the coming primaries.
1r prize, an embroidered towel went MI'.KTINU: x left Monday evening for a bungalow on Church street.

J y to Mrs. E. L. Biggs. The men's visit with friends In Macon, Ga. Lights hot and cold water, I believe that my education and experience fit me to
{. prizes were linen handkerchiefs The business and program meet- Mrs. M. W. Pender left Tuesday sleeping porch and garage. Iteasdnable -
+ Mr. J, J. Truby making high; ing of the Woman's Missionary for her home In Portsmouth, Va. terms. Apply Mrs. B. S. give good service to the people of Bradford County. Fnr

t- score and Mr. O. M. Inman low I Union was held at the Baptist Johns. 3-2-31 I forty I have been Brad-
years identified with the cbunty.
Plana
score. i church Monday afternoon. Following the services Sunday( i
Jt The hostess served a delicious were made for the March week of morning, Rev. R. S, Carleton was Chufa seed, Florida and North : ford has been the only home I have ever known and I am
I salad course with hot chocolate at I!prayer, which will be observed at host at n stag dinner in the Or- Carolina peanuts at White's. 3-2- : ,
'. '. the close of a pleasant evening to the church Monday and Tuesday ange and Black Tea Room honoring 4 t. I I ambitious for the privilege of advancing the standard of

J the following guests: afternoons. Wednesday evening BUhop Juhan. Other guests' Prosperity and Progress for Old
FOR RENT -room bouse on whole State with
Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Andrews, the Girls' Auxiliary and Sunbeams were Messrs. J. L. Frnzee. O. H. I 'I our
South street. of J. W.
Inquire
s ; Jr., Mr. O. L. Beasley, Dr. and will have charge. Marks W. E. Butler and J. S. Mai- Morgan; Starke. Fla. Bradford in the Vanguard where she rightly belongs.I' .
ti 1 Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs (I. The afternoon program was in pas. Immediately after the dinner 302-U.// I
q !t M. Inman Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- he hands of Circle No. One, ably Bishop Juhan and Rev. Carleton I FOUND-Pointer dog, white '

,*t berg, Mr and Mrs, F F, Stump,! led by Mrs. Georg White.attdyras!/ departed for Cedar Keys brown speckles and large spots. "' J. L. FRAZEE '''

_ Mine Mabel Weller Mrs. D. O. well attendeduMTS.., 3,. ,,S. Butler Owner. cai secure l ,
Jones Miss Margaret Long, andy sang" "God Will Take Care of You" The Rt. Rev Frank A, .Juhan\ Ing ownership and paIring PtOY-//' ,

Mr. J, J. Truby. in her charming manner. Bishop of Florida: was In Starke Kenneth Kite Starket I J ---.-- __






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ii .Ni I11YIWItttM' '1111 ,1"hll I > .i.inil, >spent Saturday:; I of her .son H. L. Epperson at

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.. Springfield. !l :

Bits ol ; I Whippeta---- quality car at the and Mrs. Frank H. Bradley, .rM"\ Headquarters forQuality a <

I lowest price in our history. See 'ti nat Mr. E. A. ToMe Mrs. T. J. Alderman

Or '1.", Quigley & Davis. and daughter Susan Frances l1. :! Groceries f fJ \

14 f'.., (::, r. .J, (j (' returned Saturday from a visit bat ,

l_t..'L"I-A, to" t"7 i..r.) to Col.legal E. business M. Johns la was Clearwater attending, Petersburg -J! !i i i tf; Groceries that you know to be t. ;gk I

Wednesday. clean \vholosume and fresh add to ; : s sIJ

Concerning Our People Basinets and Miss Grace Fltehop. who has 'i. f?O your meals a zest that means better[ "

Progress of the County and Town. ( When In need of fancy canned been the guest of Rev. and Mrs. R. "" IJ IJ...., I II
I health.
fruits or vegetables at low price S. Carleton for several days, returned \ '\:\ We combine quality, :service : I I. t 1

_. _m..I.m visit the East End Grocery. H..ifor to her home In Cedar Key; ,\J-/ J) and value. That's why we are I .f i s
,
I C'vI 1''III.'''' IJ'HIllIIt.n.-!' ''' !!"""""lllJIIUII.IIIII.--.I'. Lean, Why Pay More? a',aday. .. grocery headquarters for ,

J II'I, was a busineakuavlnr ed 19 WaldorolnUvesSunday and visited ; Powell ( wives who KNOW. Our stock {houl'I I
with Carpenter left Saturday; Miss Virginia Weeks daughter
I'' Saturday. r afternoon for Asheville, N. C., on of Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks of plete in every detail I

Mrs. J.V.. account of the serious illness of his Brooker, returned to her studies at Canned goods package articles
.. business vislVU Andrews, Jr., ,
a1.1 spoilt brother
Sumter Carpenter. Tallahassee' ,
1 I he Women's College i '
frosh fruits and / '
<. Friday. Tuesday in Jacksonville with Sunday after a short Illness. vegetables to suit

I -- sends Mrs W. J. Epperson, Sr., "spent, tom; the most fastidious. i'I
..
larksonville, was a .- the week-end in Jacksonville at the Mr. and, Mrs. J. M. 1\I1I'heIl1ulve M-C GROCERY I' ,
Thursday. We have several wonderful bar- home of her eon, Raltord Epper returned from Madison( where t they
,. in town
s I. 1 gains, watch window tot son. attended the funeral of Mrs. Mitch -
-- our these,,
was a business :ilast! End Grocery. ell's aunt, the late Mrs. Catherine Specials Friday And Saturday
:- ",101" ? Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis attended Murat Du Val.
\k.onvllle the recital at the Farms ------- .
Penney --- -
I Attorney and Mrs. J. L. Frazee T
motored to Tallahassee Ito | Memorial church Sunday after: Mrs. P. G. Maddox, owner of the "lediuIII
ruuasuu: : of Maxvllle.in was Wednesday Pound can JOe
Rose Dale Salmon
I 20c t
In town Monday. attend supreme couft. noon. Gaiety Theatre, was a visitor to :' Rl can
7-2 round
I I Starke Monday, looking after improvements __._ _____ _...._.__ __ .._ __
Walter Wills of in flee silent
Tampa spent producing
., Brooker, was aIm Mrs. It. A. Weeks and daughter,
j(?", n. several days of this week In Starke diama. I
Domino Crisco Domino
!Monday. Merla, of Brooker, were visitors :
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J., yl ,
In Starke Sunday. I II

\\'all was a business W. Morgan Miss Maude Mitchell, principal I Old Fashioned C pound can $I.2S xxxxConfectionery I t '' ',,
.. .. River School which
of the New
Miss Virginia Weeks of Brooker -- II II
Wednesday.
uliassee was the week-end guest of Miss- Mr. and Mrs John UKOW! have has Just closed has taken an Itroicn Sugar 3 pound can hoc Sugar I ILb
.
spent Wednesday Elizabeth Andrews. returned from a three-days' %visit apartment at the home of theMisses Box IDe 11-2 pound can :.1Lb Box 12c :':1'I' !
\\ "i
In Jacksonville, with their daughter \ Hay on Walnut street. / j
I
,U"I! i< on business. Mrs II L. McDowell.B. _._. __ __ ___ pound can
John Powell had returned froma ,I

"till" & The Davis.new WhipM C,twoweelclI'llsl to Asheville, N. n. WltUovskl of Jacksonville,, Jackson Mlsxes Myf\vlii and Ethel Jackson Gritlln, Myrtles will Smoked Bacon in quarter cuts per lb. 21c .

"
I'; has been visiting; In Starke for spend the week-end In Jadu\On-1 .----,---_ t 1,
several days at the home of his ville as guests of Mr. anti Mrs Ir w
L Lenthal Wyman L.o'. Thomas and Brooks Shlp-
I MI'" sister Mrs E. S. Matthews Eugene Grlfiln.Mr. MLLSRURY FLOUR EXTRA SPECIAL Rumford '
|hi'' Until, spent Friday ruaiv of Green Cove Springs, were
pounds $1.30 DEAL
visitors In Starke Saturday.
la,
'Hi Itev. E M. Rooks left Monday\ Archntnbeault, who II"
Mrs. Albina (
12 pounds __ ... CScfi 11lo.SlllJer: Suds ISAK/NG rOtt'DERLb. 'I
annual -
for' Lakeland to attend the has been the guest of Mr. and! Mrs.George 4
II MI, O. N. Canova and W. n. Alexander of Hampton, Florida Methodist conference held: Marcotte for several weeks, pounds arc 2 octagon Soap 29c I
business visitor In town Sat- I can
Waldo, visited rela- was a r '
I' In that city Tuesday. has gone to Fort Pierce to visit 2 Octagon Powder '
(lu'k', Sunday. urday. Mrs. N. S. Jensen Sunlight I
her daughter
i
:
Work Is [going; [; ahead on extension -, Hox Argo larch Maiden 1 Blush 1 I'
Randall left Thurs- F. F.: Stump returned Saturday ,, -
t I' Wanda Toilet
liar
of the strawberry \platform at Miss Alice Fernandez, Mrs. J. Oleomargarine 1
husoandtw.Nrsrred from a business trip to Lees-
,IIDIJIi >o join to her that city. burg and Eustis. the depot. Quigley & Davis are the S. Butler Mrs. W. E. Butler Rev. In I-/ pound blocksPerLb.29c SOAP APPLE liUTTER
cont rat tors. O. P. Raymond Wesley Stearnsand
John Powell spent! Tuesday In All for 37c Qt. Jars 25c
I d! Sin.Vm. Agin of WIll"uestlaY' Remember we keep Western Mrs. Irene Wills has gone to Jacksonville.
In Starke Beef, Pork and Lamb.) East End j .
,,, I Jacksonville to spend a few weeks -- --- --- ------ -

t;v. Grocery.O. with her son-in-law and daughter Mrs W. M. Wimberly and
r Lard Fresh 14Y f fTiI
Shipment
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. daughter Freddie, have( \ returned Compound : :
Multt of Jacksonville, A. Andrea of Stuart, was the from Charleston W V a., where _

iiitlves i in Starke this week-end guest of relatives In Major J, t,. Peek and II. II. Mrs. Whnberly spent the past two For Itreakfast Rose DalePEACHES '

Starke. Young are spending\ Thursday( In weeks with her sister Mrs. Pearl ; King{ FordCOlWSTAKCir ;
Gainesville with friends and relatives. Snyder, and daughter: Louise. Muffet '
jtitifleld, and J, M. Musicr Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lawrence of ,
visitors Keystone Heights, were )business
,
business
( TuesdayMti.rncy were visitors In, Starke Saturday. Mrs. }'. O. Maddox and Mrs. City Mr.and and E.Mrs M.A.Hutto H. Hull of pf Inland"Lake Per Pkg. 14c Lb. Box 12c No. 2 can 18c ;

Clarence; Smith, ol Archer with Grove, were dinner !guests. Wednesday -
( II. V. Knight at- Mrs. O. A. Anderson of Lawtey, Ralforcl -- -
Aubrey Penny motored to Feb. 22nd, of Mr. and Mrs.
urofeBslonal business In spent Sunday with her parents. Monday< afternoon.E. L. S. Hutto the occasion! being Mr.ilutto's .
\Ionday.I Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.

M. Thomas Is rebuilding; hU 47th uniitvemiry...
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(_I \ D. K. Knight; spent Mesdames E. S. Matthews, W. E. home In the eastern part of town Mr. George C. Livingston and Nt c
i Jacksonville. Mr. Mlddleton and( J. M. Mitchell motored by and
to replace the one desrtoyed daughter, Miss Margaret, SThPEs'
Tuesday.Mrs.
t tided court while there. to Jacksonville lire u few weeks ago Attorney D. W. Blacker, of Tampa,

Were In Starke Wednesday and
I MilII V. Knight were J. A. Saul spent Sunday and Mrs. W. S. Blakely of Jacksonville Thursday en route home from
'Vednes1 Monday In Jackaonvlle as guest other '
laeksonvllle Is the guest of her parents.Mr. Jacksonvlle. s'a

.-.-- sister, Mrs 'S. V. Trigg. week.. and Mrs W. W. naIsd.en. this Mrs. H. E.: Ferguson l'\ of West "-: --. -_.. ": ':",_ ; :. __ -:: :::..._: ...._ _. __ :. -...--..: _':::._:'__= _.:: -_= :- ..::.-.= .::.- .Y-:=..:...._3ft.

1 Mrs p. M, Barefoot /..adeckend Mr. Fred F. 'Stump spent Tuesday Palm Beach, spent Sunday In ---. -- --.u__-_-__-_-.__. -_ _-_ .._-. -__._ -__-_- _-_ -- -- -- -.---.-.- -
guests, Mr. and! \ In Leesburg looking after his of the Jacksonville Ba lden. Manhbtirn! ot Marl.'nini. ; t 1 'Ma
Mrs. Grady Cox, Starke with the Misses Mrs! O. L rteanleyand her mother Springs attended the funeral of lr 19! /
Barefoot of Sanderson. Btoije there. College of Music, was the dinner Mrs. Ferguson will be rememberedIn Mrs. A. C Durden of Tampa '(I inn Into Mrs Henrietta Brown was the KiioHt ot Mr. and Mrs\ .
guest of Mrs. D. K. Knight Starke as Miss Corn Sanders returned Saturday from Albany,
having
Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Harvey of last Thursday O W Alderman Sunday
Tlson has returned
pitta Thursday. Ga.] where they attended the fu-
Jacksonville spent Wednesday in ---- .- -.. boo called to Luko Duller on nr-
1'oro' S. C.. where she vlsi One of the largest eggs: ever neral of Mrs. Ileusloy's! grand
i>'ister Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. Starke on business Itev. Russell S. Carleton is in brought to Starke Is l on display at mother. Mrs. Lo flair Hoover, of WanliInglnn. count of the Illness of his moP 'T,

Jacksonville this week conducting; S. It. Johns store. It weights 7 I n. C.; who !bas been tint airs J. II. Marnhburn. 1
.1 Mrs. W A Stern and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns was hostess club a Mission in St. Andrew's church ounces and was )brought In by County Agent Hlckenlmker has KiioMl. of her census, !'.frl!. G. MSlHtrunk .
Louise spent the week- today to the Afternoon Bridge Wednesday, TbUrSIay.and Friday. Mike I Maruca. returned to Starka after several and J. C. hoover and Tho W. T. Weeks' Chapte- of '
i ksonvllle with friends. at her home -on Walnut I street. days absence on account of the families, left Tuesday for !Miami U. H. C., will meet! Wednesday, at f

little Miss Margaret Long...spent the Mr. and Mrs. H J. Wnrllck of death of a sinter. He ban taken where she will upend, the b.ilituce tho 'home! of Mm.: W.: J. TCpperuoa i i slf
I Mrs J. S. Butler motor- Mrs. James' Wlckham and week-end In Jacksonville as the Valdosta, Ga., spent Wednesdaywith up Ills duties and Is now getting of ino winter.Mr. on walnut HI'pert. Aire!. jipperson.

!guest of her fctpml. Mrs Alice their friends, ,Mr. and Mrs acquainted with the county and Mrs. 8. $'. Hnmrlck will be i' ,
Tharln Bracken. John Uglow and family. and Mrs. Frank ld. Bradley joint hostesses\
-- Mrs Dale II. Vannlckel und Miss left Tuesday for their home In
The Misses Jackson Mrs II. C. Sarah Hope Ha/nes, daughterof Lolxelle Turner of Gainesville Detroit, after spending someMnut Mrs R. A. Weeks' and daughter

Rltch, Miss Ethel Grluln,' and Miss Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes underwent were guests of Mrs. Van lckpl'KmotileI' Im Florida, making their 'have returned, to their home at '',
lie Perfected Madge Middleton spent Saturday an operation, Monday for Mrs W. J. 1 HppnrHoii J Sat huiulaiiarliTH/ with their 110 II-I II-law Starko after ponding a week la !
\ In Jacksonville.Mr. appendicitis, and Is getting along. urday. They were accompaniedto and daughter, Mr. and !Mrs T. J. the city, guests of Mrs' S. T. Dell. ;r v
nicely at her home. Gainesville by Mrs W. J. Epperson : Alderman. --OulneHvllle Dally News. ,

and :Mrs. Carwell Turnip- Jr. .. gi
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seed of McIntosh are here visiting: The Ill-Leaguers ot the Methodist -
I
rhippet I, his sister. Mrs. F. A. Sweezy and church will conduct their Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Alvarez and .- .

family. regular program during the first little! daughter, of Jacksonville, ,
"I II part of the regular church hour were guests of Mrs. Alvarez parents -
Among those visiting/ : Jackson- Sunday evening at 7:30. The sub- Mr. and !Mrs L. V. Moore at Established Credit '
_
-I ville Saturday were Mrs. J. E. ject for discussion Is "Love your their home west of Starke Sun ,
CorpenIng, Mr. and Mrs. l>. I. J Enemies" I,day.

Ames.
I Mr and \Mrs. W. Pierce of De- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. RoblnHnn I loading money, being secretive' about business affairs -
I II Messrs. Lenttiall, Lester Harper', Land and Mrs. II. Ferguson ot and children, and Mr. and !Mr C. : .I::1
II L. Vlnlng attended the get-to- Cleveland who are guest of Mrs.. I). Shank and little daughter, Net is not necessarily Rood business. Establishing !

I I gether naval stores meeting In Savannah T. S. Hewke, accompanied Mrs ty Lewis, of Jacksonville were good banking connection, letting one's record speak for "f'
Ca.! last week. Hewke and Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
I low to the state prison farm at and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. itself over a period of months' or years-may be the ; i

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lord and [ Ralford Wednesday. metals to far greater advancement and success"as
The most valuable : their guest Miss Fannie Lord of Circle Number Two of the
Michigan, have returned from a Most of the Call street merchants !Methodist Missionary Society of many men have learned.

I visit to Jacksonville.Messrs. purchased 4x6 flags on ten foot the Methodist church will have I
poles Wednesday from the American a food sale Saturday afternoon In When all your business dealings are above board, ,
offered i .Norman Ives, Harold Legion, Jacksonville Post. The the Roxfiiberg building Call and
car ever all transactions matter of record and verification
1 "Wall and Charlie Scruggs motor- ( occupant of one building: securedsix Walnut streets a ,

I ed to Tallahassee Tuesday on bustlicne. !1 flags, so Call street will assumean then you often have an established credit which makesit
__ 1I I unusually patriotic air on holl- Frank Carpenter and sister Mm
for little days in future. C. E. Lluduey, left Thursday meriting possible to carry through plans which would be impossible ty
so I
N. D. Walnwrlght. Mr. and for Ashevllle If. C., railed I
Mrs. '! if you were unknown and your assets only what
I Mrs. W. M Wainwright, James Miss Sarah Malpaa entertainedat there on account of the death of Ir
Richard and Patsy Ruth, spent dinner Tuesday evening' In the their brother Sumter Carpenter you were able to produce In cold cash 4'

will be on I II Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. Orange and Black Tea Room with who died early Thursday.The 41 1. .
money members of the D. N. Club as her Young men-+*and young women too should know
I I and Mrs. Needham Perry- guests. After a splendid course large oak slump left when '
spending\ to the these facts und start early in their business career to t' (
man, of Atlanta are repast the party repaired the link tree was removed from
display this week some time at the L. A. Davis cot- Malpas home and spent a pleasant the driveway In front of Dr. I;:. L build and establish such credit. '
tage, Klngsley lake. evening sewing and chatting. Blxgs,; home on Walnut street was

removed from Its resting place by We welcome new accounts and always look up n !,
I Mr. and Mrs.. H. W. Hodges and James. A Deal, entomologist, the Starke Service Station wrecker
little daughter, of Jacksonville who has been spending a few days Tuesday afternoon. them as building stones for future development' Our

atigley I spent the week-end with Mrs. at the U. S. Forest office, left Mo.n- --- service on such accounts costs us far more than the immediate -

,Hodges' parents Mr. and Mrs. A. day for Asheville, N. C., and will Mr. and Mrs D. I. Amen. have returns we receive-all of which is:' free to the I
P. I1oftmaI !\. i return two weeks later when the' had a.* recent guests Mr. Edward
i beetles are out. Hardy of Lake Worth Mr. and new customer, client or subscriber in any branch of our

...;' I Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mr.\ and Mrs. George Walker and children, banking service. '
Mrs J. M. Brownies and children; Mrs. E. L. Blgga( and Mrs. O. J. who were en route from Miami to t
Martha and Milton. Jr. were guestsat Griffin motored to Gainesville !Minneapolis, $Inn.! where they
l' : the home of Judge and Mrs A. Tuesday. Mm. Biggs,' who l la. president will make their future home. MAKE TJISJAN/( YOUR BANK

V. Long in Gainesville Sunday. of the organization, attended -- i
a called meeting of the Ladles' Dr. Eloise Gerry, of the Forest
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise left last Auxiliary ot Alathua County Medical Products Laboratory at Madlxon, '
week for Tampa after having spent Association WIs., arrived' Thursday for a BRADFORD COUNTY BANK i

: ,the past few weeks in Starke. Mr. month's stay In Starke. She \\n. welcomed
& Davis Wise was on relief duty for Mr. T. Mrs. M. f:. Edward. who has '' by many friend made on Bradford County's Financial
Stronghold
,J. Griffin at the Seaboard station. been spending two week herewith previous visits here.
her daughter. Mrs. A. Z. Ad STARKE FLORIDAf
Afrs.W-J. Epperson, has returned kina, ban gone to Gainesville to be t Mrs. W. A. Brown and children, ,
'frof& JacKSrfnvTTTW!,, where she ; with her daughter, Mrs J, C. Ad- of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Chase

atteadnd/J th'a''bTrtljiiry tfftirfer farty 1M. Terrell and children, of White .
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t tr ; Farmers and Truckers Are Invited tf Contribute Articles I who produce nuts of the Schley Flynn a spa" I "'tea,

Found I variety find that it Is only by very the rharmac <".s, ',, I.. :'t 1.
and Methods
] of Farm l Experiences that search who "
,,; thorough spraying they are li?
i To Be ne t Suited to Our Country able to control scab., Because of national SUI'1> 1

the high quality of the nuts, many visited over"This ',, *t

__ .. _--- '__.!J i growers prefer to spray for scab despit,! t'eMr ,'.
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LIVING 1 to less desirable varieties. the most tncti I, urt
BETTER FARM Spraying experiments conductedby In his commun '''I 1Il*"

the Experiment Station during tlcularly when *'9;

M '' SHOULD BE PRIMARY the growing seasons of 1924 and time and cost ", ., *

1925 have given excellent results, training, the Imu' ,, .arts"!

says G H. Blackmon pecan ('u- money invested ,, ",, u. ,":

A r OBJECT OF FARMING turlst. The spray material which Tether with th, ms'm J ,
4-4-50 den of .
gave best control was a reBponnih.hu ,fit
Bordeaux mixture to which had with the pliarnians 1

(My Spuds Johnson) been added one-halt pound of cal- Many facts 'mtiunm.,

Wbat is the end of It all in farming Cotton Specialist cium raselnate as a spreader and public on the vast,,, 'mport t
r the pharmacist ,.
of other line of work, sticker. < 'III, 'oQt
in
any Gives Sugges I +'rrt6ut Frr, r atiW.NII The number of applications ot were gathered bii, "'Irlll.
primarily
any way? Is (It to make t ulr r /Ii depend to some ex- "For Instance ,
rt
Ir Bordeaux will II'
N ,' Ctl A( I 4Qd,1af'V nale,
i mcney? than tions to Farmers I w lam w ( r r tent upon the rainfall and the Infection than one out 01 "n ,II'"
There la more to farming lhnrn ,
prescriptions
in the orchard. Four applications pr
"lied"
r off
by running a farm. + a 4ifilf .Y / :
making money yu usually prove sufficient, macists for )
Th prImary object of better farm- Ti-ll.t Vurli-tlcs ttcxt Hultvil and Elk c )'Lo: Arc r erCID AGNypRCv and In very dry years three will :some kind of compounding err,>,. a'hlehh) | k.
Ir and better marketing of farm Oilier Information for the .v W"W. "' c *'Sffi&t tt-iif
&, i nE {( :suffice. cases, if remained .
ant.\
Grower
pt Jucts: should be to make It pos- Cotton Mr. Blackmon stresses the point would result in fatalltie_,

;+ slbl, for the farmer and his fnm- of Bordeaux. which the pharma.. ,
that the applications ,
Hotter living Gainesville Fla.-Grow varieties l proa
; 11to live better. must be made at the proper time, tween the phvxir-im, and l.
: ins more attractive farm of cotton which mature early i 0 .c. 0 IiLoTCNe as the spray will not control scab tlent."

u'' 1) "'set', more conveniences In there which have medium to small bolls after the disease has made its ap- "If the public. vnt dWarf
t hcftu'f, ( better schools better I
+ r branching extreme vigilante
which have an open pearance. The first application prinhi,
t1M., better communities, and ,.... should be made immediately after thoughtfulness <'xerciseii
ail that help ton habit, and which have lint measur- 0" K
other things
i .uy ing seven-eighths Inch or longer, lathe the nuts are set. This time can druggist In compounding It
ake life In the open country more gist of the recommendationsJust i iq bEDKttOMW. easily be determined by examiningthe tlons, they would u nooaq,

enjoyable. Southern aicrlcult prepared by Dr. W A. Carver, ? T ..11'0'Iy end of the nut, which will havea the price of a prescript.
A well known DLJJw0
Lr Instead cost of a major
at the c dry brownish appearance surglcu
.:.ml worker ha this to say: assistant cotton specialist t'0'a' "
tlon.
Station. r ot being green and stlcy. Thisis
"Too much stress has been laid Florida l Experiment LS'Z'J
of farming The varieties recommended as the time to make the first ap- In the muttoi. ''11 per('
, the material side esTTO
1i on conditions The others should follow costs he cites an
+ and too little thought has been best adapted to Florida dLIUUQ CT plication. mtereitli
the fact that the basis of are Rhyne's Cook, Cook 307-6, about three to four weeks trast. He says: 'It was 11I1;

given agriculture la the farm borne Too Miller, Council Toole, and Lightning apart. lence to be present In adn;
r have reached the Express No.6. All of the Thoroughness in every'detall is where the druggist wu

''B many economists to above varieties are wilt-resistant. I T necessary for satisfactory results, soundly berated for chart
it conclusion that the only way .
# successfully Is to place the Among the wilt susceptible varieties ; 20061. EOlOC174t bjDPcOAl'fl/ declares Mr. Blackmon. For large cents for a. prescription,*!hi!<
td, ''p farm with found to be suited to this state /3Z'/ '3O'! Ic o \\l'ffHo'' trees an outfit that will develop talned 'an ovarian +-mbiti
basis, quan-
factory 0S
farm on a
u y production as the goal Wecan are Lightning Express Nos. 3 and 4 expensive drug, and vhld
tity
and Trice. All of these varieties sssary. forty minutes to com ounii
in history
to no pages '
point has been as lave lint seven-eighths Inch long pect to do the Job thoroughly will as necessitating extreme a-

yt, 1 profitable where agriculture as the industries or longer. H-iL -h 1rFj2STj find it more profitable to top work minute precision. Ills gros

factors Involved Complete fertilizers containing their trees to scabresistant varieties was thirty-five cents Th!
} t are too many
"There
t in connection with agriculture 7 to 10 percent available phosphoric = PLAT) SECOUD THJOCR.PLAAJ such as Moneymaker, Stuart. day this druggist paid K

1 the control acid, three to six percent Success, Curtis, or Kennedy.I'IL1RMACY |1.25 for putting In a p

: of man-weather which are beyond conditions such nitrogen, are recommended to five ryil 1F=9.I 1 ,rr-rw r' =t glass. Cost of glass- -thlrtj!j

S' )rl an droughts., floods,. frosts. Insect percent potash are recommended.From ..$ 4' ,. CALLKDUNREMUNEHATIVE time consumed twenty mlw

plant diseases and the great 200 to 600 pounds per acr I Haven.- I
pests, Winter Polk
f agriculture should be applied in the drill followed Till CHARM OF TUBENGLISH It the modern American demand of 'The stairway is centrally locatedso I
.t difficulty of organizing I is most jinrenu-1 Festival held coul t ]
That pharmacy ange
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both the main
application that it
little to the farmer up with a side COTTAOi an economical, livable 'and con- serves
% "It matters meratlve. profession in the United was big success. I
readily of
what may be the financial outlool of 100 pounds of some venient plan. rooms and the service portion

M1( and the existing economic condltlons vallable source of ammonia such! (Iy R. C. Hunter & Bro. Archts., In the little cottage herewith illustrated the house.

1 ,r he must carry on, On the< as nitrate of soda or sulphate of New York.) the architects have The kitchen has a breakfast The CreaJof

I other hand the industries an, ammonia.Dr. The English cottage type of arch drawn freely from old England for nook adjoining, also a large closet.It .

y affected by climatic condl- Carver advised c the use oat the exterior and have arranged a has a complete equipment.
slightly favor tor I
is gaining
1i lions and can clone down in the, least a bushel of seed for eacl; itecture ever thoroughly modern-American planto This house has a frontage of
,
t hour of financial distress. acre. It is thought that dellntln the small American home, due accompany It. 30 feet 4 Inches and should have. the

>4 ;; "nut after all, the farm and the seed with sulphuric acid wll largely to the elusive and picturesque The diversity ot materials for a lot with a frontage of not less llrtXt yurof a tom,jj

the open country offer u civilization 'je\ found helpful. Information on charm ot the cottage of old the exterior, stucco stone, brick than 45 feet to allow for a drive-

1 that cannot be obtained else these subjects may be had from England: half-timber, wood boarding. and! way and proper clear space.

where -an Independent life, thi, jounty agents or direct from Di. i shingle, lend variety and Interest l Complete working plans and specifications -
Tobac
opportunity to enjoy and invest!- Carver. As usual, frequent cultIvation And. in proper hands, the American and a broad Iow-hung roof gives of this house may be ob-

) gate the laws gf nature, the environment Is recommended.In I modification of these charm-,' the desired cottage effect. tained for a nominal sum from the r/

.'t for the development ot I a the matter of boll weevil (con Ing cottages retains most of the One enters the house through a Building Editor. Refer to House II

!I I G strong and vigorous family. Theman rot the plan advised for poison ,flavor of the old and combines- _. with! vestibule, into. _the. living room. A-54.
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7 ; who lives his life wlthou"tJlavlng ng the hibernated weevils U cal- i \ .r..Ull

t spent dome part of It In the turn: arsenate dust or calcium ar- by J, W Norman dean of the So well's mother, Mrs. Sally Mott,

country is to be pitied. It la 1m- .enate-Byrup mixture. The first npilltatloii UNIVERSITY OF teachers college who Is also In here last Sunday.

possible for ]him to understand an need not be made until Mrs. Ed, Crosby of Jacksonville, I

the joys and pleasures that. tlu he squares are the. size of peas FLORIDA NOTES charge of the short session. Plan spent last week here with friends,
for
should be followed once i a are being shaped up a greate TOASTED
riris and relatives. TTY
r .1i' diversification In courses offered
mankind't veek until first of July. Miss Oracle Conerly motored to
I \ Weevils which hatch In the University of Florida, Feb. 28.- and for a larger teaching start Starke Tuesday.

CROPS iiSG: C'OMIMlii' : ) lelds can be controlled only by use, Not only has the student-body of! The 1928 summer school will begin .- Mr. H R. Ward ot Wlldwood,
dust. It shoulije the University of Florida continued on June 11 and end on August
arsenate
.it calcium spent Sunday with, his mother,
'Ia.-An agricul Intervals un to Increase since the record 4.The. t
: Gainesville, at five-day
r applied \Mrs. T. P. Ward. .
I : j .g tural outlook for the crops growr .11 control Is obtained. It is much breaking 2000 mark was passed Misses Rosalee] and Stella Mac
prepared by hibernated In November, 1927, but the num board of direction of thi
& ?t. 1It In Florida Is being aster to poison the Ward and Elsie Barry; Messrs
specialists of the Agricultural Extension weevils during June than to try to ber of resignations and dismissal: Florida Engineering Society ha Orual Ward and Gradey Baxter

ill Division here. The work Kill those which hatch later In the has been smaller than in recent created an engineering research
motored over to Hampton Sunday.
with the assistance according to announcement award worth $100 'annually whlcl
la being done years
.iletd. business visitor
i O. W. Barry was a -
l of Mr. J. II. Hutson of the Bureau from the office of II. W. Chandler, is open to University of Florida to Starke Monday.E. .

( of United Agricultural States Department Economics of of Agri the I.....'................N University total registrar.The enrollment. to date IE engineering will be based students.upon the The excellence award, W. Hayes( of Starke, was a

number of of a thesis subject and Is contributory visitor here Sunday. ,
culture. 5 ZIFF : 2,051, the greatest students Mr. and etalonsJIfoverasataolnr

? Mr. Hutson spent several days > Miss OVid Lewis, Cor ;: In the history of the institution value to Florida engineering Mr. G B. Colson and R. A.. /
"f J. R. Benton, Prof. C. C
J v here this week and then visited while the students actually Dean a Irt
t several sections of South Florida to **+;>*+.*.. :>..*.*...+..I attending classes total 1869. There Brown and Prof. P. L. Reed all ol Weeks were business visitors tc y d

;, get a first hand view ot the citrus Ziff Feb. '!.--Dr. E. L. Blgs c.f i'have been but 201 resignations and the University ot Florida., haw Theressa Mr. Guy Sunday.Plnholster and family,,,
and trucking situation. While atii' caller here dismissals since last September. been named as a committee to define '-
Y4 Starke, was a business and
: pent Sunday here with friends
)It+' F i the University Mr. Ilutson spoke Wednesday.Mr. rules and judge the thesis sub'
relatives.
4tk /, to a group of advanced students In and Mrs. R. II. Thomas ami' An introductory text book on mltted. Lucky

,.;. agricultural economics: on the subject little daughter, hazel, and. Mrs. J. electrical engineering written by Plant CitY-Construction start '

_43, ,+ of predicting prices of agricultural n. Thomas were business visitors Dean John R Benton of the eng- ........................ ed on armory at battery field west '

r ti. .products. :.o Starke Saturday. ineering college of the University of city limits. Strikesare

/ -< ot Mr. and Mrs. I, W. Dyal spent! ot Florida has just been published : BROOKER : Orla.ndo--Farm. value of Florida -
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J Improvements on the grounds Sunday here with Mrs. Dyal's parents by Owlnn & Company as part Miss Lois Gainer, Cor. .4Brooker livestock on Jan. 1, 1928 hI1e
I .
.; Florida National ERRLayingi the \
., the at Chipley have just Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. of their "Engineering Series", ........................ showed Increase ot about $600- :
'. / Contest plant Mr. and Mrs Mallory Thomas ,which Is edited by Dean Andrew A. 000 over \same date last year.
v boon completed. A structure has March 2.-Mr. G. B.
Purdue
children, of Starke spent Potter of University.Dean Jacksonville Construction of
1 been built to furnish garages Electric: feed and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. J. Benton's text-book has Colson was a business visitor In fourth large turpentine tank begun FavoriteBrand ,tt
R room and supply room. for at the University Starke Tuesday.
been adopted use at mulclpal docks.
lights and a pumping outfit have 'V,Mr.Lewis.and Mrs. R, n. Thomas and. of Florida and it is thoughtthat Don't ever say that we can't play Daytona; Beach -Merchants &

._ ) albii been Installed, thus modern makingthe laughter; Hazel, splint Sunday at It will also be adopted next ball, for we can. We played Miners Transportation Company of Paul Whiteman"It

plant one ot the most with Mrs. Thomas'mother fall at Purdue University as wellas Hampton last Wednesday after- branch ticket office here.
opens
la the country. Fairbanks, Mrs. E, Howard.Mr. by a number of other American noon and scored. a 12-8 victory, $21,978,619 Invested in roads but recently, when I started to act (%S111
.
J. 'V, Lewis spent Wednes- colleges. and are going to beat Waldo Friday during 1927 by state. ceremonies with my band at theParam)tuntTne

r' '....N......vN....Nf .. lay In Lake Butler and Midway afternoon. I mean the boys I realized how vital voice condition w1"5/
4" Awardal of $13,000 contract to ire going to play while we yell. perfect

J Jf *c' PINE CASTLE J in Mrs.business.Delatha Starling and little T. 11. Crisp and Company, Inc., ot The players are Aubrey Hazen PAINTER'SSimon performer. I have. always been a consistent t ]

*. Mlu Clcmmle nail Cor.F.ae Cooter fond Sarasota for the erection of tht Coleman Padgett Zell Dukes Rus- and fortunately Strikes f avoriter l
of Lucky
laughter, Selma were my
... ................. pent several days with here with control building for the University sell Green Clyde Kelley, Clyde I like their toasted flavor and best of all, I caB
of Florida's new 1100,000 radio cone and. Ortho Matheny. ,
Castle Feb. 4,-Mr. Lyman her parents Mr. and Mrs. J, 13.Chomas. Pure Citrusand
_ : broadoastlng station is the second Ralph Hazen was a business as often as I like, without fear of irritating tn1
his .
Halt! of Hampton was visiting to have been visitor to Lacrosse Sunday after-
important step which is
rnf-le, Mr. Cha Hall last Wednes Mr. W. J. Johns spent Sunday becoming a great
here with his daughter and son-tn- aken in making "The Voice otFlorida" loon. Gem Farm CropFERTILIZERS asset in workIt9s "
my .
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a reality. Miss Stella Mae Ward Elsie ,
daytr." and Mrs. 3. J. Roman of aw Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis. i I
3arry, Grady Baxter and Rosaleeind '
_ I H.*' was visiting Mr. and Mrs J. O. Dennison and sons.
apton.
Permanent organization of the Orual Ward were all visitorso I
<
., ', Mrs. A C. Hall Sunday evening. J. M.| and Penman, of Midway, .
i Mr. Clyde Hall attended a party pent part pf fast week here at the (ommittee sponsoring the erection Hampton Sunday afternoon.Mr. toaste
;S
Miss Opal if a memorial to the late President Orual Ward spent last week
at y.r.\: Melton near Waldo Saturday bedside of her sister
',;< A A. Murphree of the University here with hIs mother, Mrs. T. P. Are
'* .:' night. ewis.Mr of Florida, has been effected Yard.
L I Mr. A. C. Hall returned home Penis Lewis of here Jacksonville with his, with Acting-President J.. A. Prof. C. C. Matheney and Miss "TIME: TRIED AND cnopTESTED' No Throat Irritation- Cou h'r
1 i" Saturday from Miami where he pent several days Madison *
Farr as general chairman of the Ruble Jones were visitors to -
J.V.. Lewis.
has been attending the U. S Court. iarents, Mr. and Mrs.
lommlttee. Dean Walter J. Math- for the week-end at their
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall were We are glad to report that Miss
rly> general-aecretarV pro-tern tomes. Our Brands are the Acknow- :
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 'helma Stalks and little L. C. Kelly Your ChildrenAre
has been named as chairman ot Messrs. Lyon.and Claude Crosby ledged Standard by which
'j. A. C. Hall Sunday. are improving.
Jessie tbe executive committee which is and Mr. Clyde Cone were visitorso Growers of Florida] have pale.***
.' Misses Audrey Hall and they strong alert and vigorous;or
Daytona Beach--Ocean Shore tow offering every Florida alumni, Jacksonville last Friday Judged all fertilizers for IJke
Mae Doman of Hampton spent cross and inactive? If the latter l /3
? very
a loulevard being surfaced south of ormer student and friend of Dr. Miss Virginia Weeks who hasbeen nearly forty years ,

F' Sunday Myrtlce evening Hall. with her cousin e i his city to Ponce de Leon Inlet. ilurphree a chance to have. a partn spending the week-end wither I "Giving all we can for whatwe are suffering with intestinal worms, and

Jacksonville-Florida Board of the memorial work. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. A get Instead of getting all '

t :" Dunedln-Former plants of Skin 'orestry to meet here February Weeks; returned to Tallahassee I we can for what wo give" WHITE'S Cream VERMIFUGE

V ner Machinery Corporation here 3-24.. Expectations ot an' enrollment unday afternoon. I Is the policy of

rt will resume operation with 50 em- Jacksonville-Dutldtng permits for the IV28 session ot the Unl- Mrs. D. L. Jones is spending The worm-expeller with a 50-year record! J

ployes. Issued( here during January totaled erslty of Florida summer school some time In Indlantown visiting I THE E. O. PAINTER I I success. e AfewdosesareufficieSoUBf

r r r Daytona BeachPreparations 776,952 exceeding previous which will even surpass the rec- her husband Mr. D. L. Jones FERTILIZER CO.

r1 M' to begin for Improvement of Florida lonth's record by more than quar- rd-breaklng mark ot 1269 es- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of I JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 1 '

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Ilouser iih ,
\1"" .1 I H < I turiiil I I eheck or a bidders bond ; '
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MrF1 M Wai wrath, in idi. piMiMf, to El. III. Matthew. *, I I
i ,
fl i,,in 111.11.. fur five per pent of the .
l .ibeth ea ugb(>Y. Lleii $' aol I '''nut 'hiil\ UN ," '" faith
.a and sandwiches ; ti : 1 mil, ,.i: ,n, Riiiirunipe I t trtl'o: atvardnd p
II \ I Ih" i ,"mi' "r nl 1 the bidder will exccuto
,nd Mrs. 1'G.. Cor- : :\!".:'-"....... th.. i ''mi I I'a.-t nnd give bond an re- .
oil I"r.I.'I'll ,
'ul high score, was 'J
) right IM. reserved to reject mjr ,
,.h a dainty linen and nil l iidc.
t'. .
I'l.ins niul I Hpeclflratlona may be
h.fl: .'."'n nt tto ullloe of the .
county enlt.n. -
'I .1,,., and J. Miller, of 1 oi 'J(' "t the otfloo of the secretary iI

[I. p" and their father, of tho boanl, at SIRrk"'r' pla. ,
: ::. TII1V8,
N.
I n! UiMiderHonvllle, Chairman

,, father-in-law, Mr. C. A. FOTCTt. ; t
.
I "' ". .M"., __:t-u.St-a.1I .
''Jt New ,Castle, Pa., _
,
\ j N tMl'IIt'M a \l.l
t OBI Thursday,
|Itone' \
I \1
I 7'71 '
,
i Monday morn- II _
r1i' I left p I
In the Circuit Court, 28th JurtlcHl ,
I -

turn,hrubb north and Mr. Guy J I (JO/:? R":zJfriD c7Qv.'(7//C' .DQNA.E1 a i I .Kloi'Iretult" 'Ida., Itrn.lfonl In. Chanoery.Bulu County. Htat of .'I

( k [ 'I lie t.nnk. jo I noil by Charles '
.j .111, Kiiiiivllle, were guests \\\\S i The old Issue ot states' right or federal government and slots courts ttNk hl'l' husband.:::

|",lin<< .J' Mrs. Schrubb'st'lvde "home rule." I I. being revived: again and commissions shorn 01 authorityand N. '1'. lll"'h, : et al. '\I

Mi : Pangborn of I Influence. This la a situation IJndei" anil. bv virtue of final I ,d..
as a result of \
various JJ
proposals for ore, entoriil 1 In the above entUlodcaime '1
1I"'.,:iHn on Saturday, that every state should regard WIth : ..
federal Investigation and legislation on (ii !!8tli ilur of January
I grave concern" 1925. 'and ini-pul.-il, In the records ,.r
people, from Keystone on matters heretofore regarded as I Such n viewpoint perhaps, Is not NHld Court: I In Chancery' Order Iii... : ''
; solely within the Jurisdiction of the 'surprising No Ii. nt I'all: > si. In fiivur of lira I'
In the executive of traditional
a -
Jj Penney Farms on ford ,
County Hank
,III) II'' 'a c..rpnl'nllon, at i t
V the day set aside individual states. These proposals run states' rights stats, such as age Inst th,. uliovii named 'IsOvel, \
| .t i.h.7. all the way from the federal regulation Virginia. But Ohio's governor was nc iixk" und ClmrleH' I.nnk ,illroctlr, ,

['!hinit.uiqua program for of public utilities to censorship less rmphatlo. In commenting on the and empowering me thi-rero I w t toffer .
A I for ante 1t
In front of
tha Cot
j da> at the J. Penney-- **-fi *AjVty xfy& < I of books and magazines, Sunday obvervnnce proposal for .a senate inquiry into gas Molina door In Stnrke l''lorklii. du i_ .

arms; Reservations for Afi/0 Afc laws and federal supervisionof and electric utilities provided by lag the legal, ItouiH of sale on Mo
lie made at the Penney The motion picture Industry. the Walsh resolution he said: day, I the 6tli ,day, of. lIla rh. 1021)), tli I I"foliowliug
,. tloacrlbvd to-
I property
in. and the guests report- CcAoo--r'Ianoa! to rm', :'i t'-r fur- ,' the attitude of state executives: "The inevitable result will be that wit:

day. ni',hmgs ot the livn.it ruhn n.c the ,", toward these proposed] extensions of tho regulation of the utilities, or any Hltunte.. lylna- and tinlnir In trail ,
| pleasant X federal authority Is Indicated by recent other Industry which congress may fOI',1.unl\ )', Klorldii, nnd' more pin. 1 l
!il\ Mrs, P, W Cadman re- latest mode in interior decorating statements tI'ii laniy deHci-llied HH follows: 1
I In Keystone "Housewives with an eye to beauty rather than blends with tho beaut) made by Oov. Byrd choose to Investigate will be much Tha, HnutheitNt quaiter, of SectIon'
their home of It, of Virginia and Oov. Donnhey of Ohio. farther removed from the people." Seven (7)), and' Knuthwent, quarter uf
n* well aa an ear for music ate re- surroundings. :: ,
(:Monday Feb. 27, after I "I regard, the encroachment of federal The whole tendency of such Investigation HoulhweRt, Nonthwet'tiarter ; 4 I
icllaig agaInst the tyranny of prim "So the modern housewife select ..\.1""I".t\, andWent I
nuuiter
l Founder's Week at A.G 6 ,L"/AN5E/II authority upon tales' rights a* Oov.
Donnhey stated is
piit her conform half cot Hmithenst ,
\L .Slights and grands<: casting !drab piano to with the latest quarter of
Fu-k, with their son, Phlla the greatest menace facing the United to weaken the authority and prestigeof Hinillnvi'Ht. oinirtef( .and all Mint. portion
-.l.nUows: over their gay home adoin- tiends In furniture styl If she lean oration Is being hastened by the Introduction '
State today, Oov. Byrd declared state of Mouth, Im If ot Northeast '
bodies and quar1er
senior at Rollins Col- m"nt schemes" declared A. 0 Quinnscn toward period furnishings and adorns of new colors. The rigid( "State regulatory to nf Hunt Invent 'uunrtor iy log \\' .t
In with
authority dealing state transfer
prealdent of the Oulbransen her living room with Louis XIV. Empire trinity of mahogany ebony and oak authority from the States to of I'nblli'ruary I Itond, ns now located ( [.'cob.i
problems is being overridden by the a federal commission\ .
Im Piano "If American! she bas Is succeeded delicate In Washington. 20th I 1918) anliT land being'
S Pierce entertained Company. a piano m to or Early pieces, being gradually by ,
Tw..llly.on" (CL) feet wide on North' ,
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ivrnbollze music In the It her choice of these In the shades to match the color -- ----- -- -
Ivenlnff at her home with home designs pastel olid, nnd, Two hiiiulred Thirty-two \
orldge In honor of should excite the Imagination rnthei period cases covering the Instrument effect of the modern living room. :......................: TampaWooden i IIole8 of Tampa (!U) feet wldn, nn thu /'Inllih end. In 1. l (
lies of
.
than deaden the emotions. The piano of today. Thus the ensemble of her And even grass green lacquer red. and Mention KUlit IH) and Northweit .
Mrs. J. C. Thomp- Klt-ctrlc: Company on Ilnysliore quniter of Section SeVenteen. ((17)
}-In-law aa a messenger of harmony becomes 'home Interior synchronizes perfectly. black and gold pianos are becoming : Rising : and /' ... .. of Northeimt P

[ her daughter, Mlss Julia >u anachronism when it clashes I' "B mdln& of pianos with home dec popular In many homes." I.oulN I .. "..r..".... ('..r, # Boulevard to be'replaced\ with or- quarter nf 1'I..ll..n niirhteen (18)I ) I et
nf f Franklin. Pa. There tin nil of the above bulnir In Township !I
to metallic I
.. Mr1. and Mrs. C. II. ........................ pules Hit t8) MelbourneWork begun on waterworks : ((22) "Kant, containing Three Hundred 1' .'
|,1'8 F O. Cornish, the Rising, March, 2Mr. J. K. Fiuty-two (34J acres more ur ,
Individuality of Coiffure Key to B auty\ Says Expert Bxti!nnlon for this city. lens.'
..
Goodman left
lirtrude Ilotiser, Jeanette Norman and Wesley Huld. stile to he mad for cash to lt 1

Elizabeth Caughey, Ilelj Sunday for Jacksonville to visit oiiiiru: limit i-i'III.UATIOVIn t Ilia highest! and, bent bidder. subjectto I
the. approval. of t Iho Court.
and the Messrs. George lelatlves. ,
11 M. JOHNS
Circuit Court, Twcntv-Hlxth Ju-'
( Harold Lawrence.Wiemman Mr. und Mrs. T. K. Stokes and illi-liil i I circuit: I I jtrmlfoKt i l County: Special Master. 'I
Suite ot Klurlihv. In .T. Ii. FrtAZrjM.: : ,..
the home CI""lcel'Y.1hlr'L
of Keystonewas ; family spent Sunday at
l-'url'i' .. Hiillolrnr! of Itogord g-i-Ct-il-l.
lilue.Complainant
| In Starke on business :F :i.1t # of It M. MoKae. I r
ND'I'l'l'l
Mrs. Martha Snpp of Starke, v... 'II
John Kiirbrlilirn,
J Mrs W A. Wilson drove az. spent a few days last week with I IxifniKlant. Tn Circuit Court Twenty-alxth. >: ( fr'

Invllle Saturday, Feb. 25. ;Y fr9 ,. her daughter, Mrs. F. M. NormanIn I It I iippi'arlnHT, l hy nltlrlnvlt! I app"'<*it.l.>.1 l ll Jiiilloliil I Circuit\ jirail tou'd Count I.;. I
l 10 I II.I.". luil flli-il In tin, nh""III"'oI l : | FloridaIII I
|il I Mrs'! P. J. Munger of this section. uiiM.. (lint Juliii l<"ui'lirliltfn, the .1 1 1f c- } ] Pa.. returned to Ksy- Mrs. ,..'. K.: Hurnpy spent last ..lot lnnt t tlu" >i'''ln nnmol I l a a non"- n roiporntuin,
e, ftvLa .*..hl'lI1t of II h.. Stat ..f Kliirltlii unithn ,. 1'liUntlff. I i _
glUe! on Tuesday, Feb. week with her! daughter. hi re. An- t, I IH it r.I.I"1I1 l of ll! V"I'"nv". viLyniuii

week vls- nie Crawford, flue I of PlttHburHh. I'unnmylvaii, O. Peet Charted n. Oalslerand
.1111C
a
having spent la, ,,. over tin:* UK" of,: twrntv J. I I. KIIWIanne. I
Indi In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Mcllae and 'I ItO ycnrH: I It I IH I h.'u'"fou'o ord
fil. Mrs. Wm. S. Pierce and son, B J.. ii nil. daughter; Lucille. that until I n Oil.me hi,'n, ,i.fond Hit IKmill TO r.VMAN U I'MMT rftAnf.KI 4'
I In, hi'ri'by re, I red l to lo H. mi.Miiit; .1. :
| nplx-ur
i Pierce' and Mrs. J. C. q wore guests at the home of I II. 1\1. the 1 bill. of complaint, \ \ ; flint" In: snhlcauae ANH Al.1!, OTi 'EIll i.J v.AvItNt'u'I! I I'I'JV v

Pa. spent 14 MeRits Sunday. on or liofnrn, :Mnntay: tho fil h ; I _
11 i of Franklin, diiy of Mni'cli\ A. 11.> 1 )JS, (.itharwlN tH' .P.n'h of you are hereby i. .
j at Silver Springs. Mrs.J.. N. Norman and son, An- HIM nIli-Kiitloim. of unlit. bill will he notified, that the uhova styled suit

II.l Mrs. 'George Williams, .' cel and daughter, Mildred, spent taken nit. cunfimneil> by ald defend. was Instituted In the nbovs mtvlr I _
ant. riiurt on the Seth liny of January A. I)
Creek, N. Y., are guests inece h : .' Sunday with Mrs. Normnn's sister, U Is further order .! (Unit this I>r- 1) 11)1) and on that, day a Writ ,.t ,
| of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mrs. Riley Norman of the I llellbronn ili-r bo publlfhud oni-o a wreak fot attachment' was dulv InHitad tharp % _
nie Tk four. coiiBHriiilvo' sveeitn In the lIrsI.forl and levieS' I by the I slieilff of llrul-.,, i
of Keystone Heights. ; wect Ion. County 'I''I""rl\l'h.: | n IIOWMPH, ford. rniinly I /M'lnrlda, : im the 2Rth u iy _ _
ims will return north next I Mr. Floyd Crosby was a caller per publlheil, Cnunty, aniltate. of .In n nn rv. A, J). ISIS, upon this fulInwlnur .
..: ). : doMorllfed. real estate.
Alvarez i J
St Mrs. Williams will re- : at the home of Miss Olle Mae This January SNth I 15211.! llmiirr.nl enmity, Florida.. TO.WI'l\: _ _

.I I'> for several weeks. '.. Sunday. tl. W. A1.ii'itMAN 1'uoi'uu'i'y OF MtAiiLia ri.C1IOIHMCU .

I lara Moore-Ferrell left The party given at the home of Clerk Ily C.Circuit A. "NhJII'r.I Courr., The <<,,ulh luilf of: Soul Invent qu ". .

Friday night; wan I ISFAT.) Deputy Clerk ten of Northeast .'xc..1
i Feb. 26 T. N. Norman qiinrti-r"
Hi !'ghts Sunday,
.. enjoyed all. M M. .1011VS West Five ",','.-.., Tho Wont hn .f
by
I o'nvllle. where she willjc 14a jt ,"," well attended( and Sold'Itor for Complainant. NorlheHMt quarter.. of Monti ''I :

al engagements; before ,{;: Miss Carrie Boll Norman In __ _--}_-3. :Bt-S-2! quarter and tlia Nortliwnnt qUI' 'f '
? In Jacksonvillewith of Houtbi'iiHt' 'nnarter, all beln In
in / spending this week 'HI'I'U'I.: T) I iinnrnnMMI ('II I11.:
York
to New .. S Hertlun Two (2). TownshIp f 11t"1RI fr

Intrude K. Ilouser enter- ____ .r, , relatives.------ I out ICa.t.( ), /South Ilaiura Twenty two i '. !)

iiturday evening at herih The regular monthly meeting of NTITIcn) In hxrnliy given to all rnoi'icriTr: OF f.nrAN n r'> T
three tables of bridge. .: .. Cnilltorn, T.<*Kat....... UlnlrlUutBi'H.. The Northeast iiiarter| nf Noi, i Ij'.
.:. :: the Florida Public Utilities Information anil nil I I perMfiiiH tinvmir e liii ins want quarter: of $''II.n< !! Twelve (12> J
It
included: Misses Helen .4. Bureau will be held In Miami against the llvtut: nf llnnrv YIIrown. The est 'half of Northwest quafter ,
|lice, Julia Pierce, Jean- $ % : I offices I rlai'..Afinil. are 1'1.......ljy, r'..riilrr | of NnrthaiiMt. quarter; The. Mouth
the
4 'iq February 20th, at <1 I to present tlixlr, rlnlnm duly au- half of NortlioaHt iiuprter, and the
t.renre, Elizabeth!: Caug- ,. of the Florida Power & Light Company thontliiitfid." to the Honorable O"u HontheaHt: quarter'; or Section Twe'ty.thrss i,-
t, Ogden and Helen Og- t : y Jacksonville A. (lardlnnr Con ii i y' Jmlicn "f Hrail-. (21)) The West half of the
: Instead of at ford County Klorlila, within out' WoBt half ..I i HiH'tlon Twenty-four _
I'-irs. George Bird, Don- ; where the meetings have been held ycar from:: ilnta( hnrnnf for hln anproval JO) ; The North half of the North
ftborn and Harold Law- or thin notice will I lie, haiti., In half of N'Tlhi-iiHt, quarter of Northeast ,. _
for the past six months. I liar thnraof. Ami, nil persons In- cinarter tif Section' Twenty-six $ ,
118S Ilouser was assisted .7 I ilnbtoil' to the unlit. henry Y. lirownUntate ((2A, all being. In Ti,\vn..hlp Eight
other. Plant City:-Up to middle of I are renueiitnil to iiay their (8)), South Itiiiive' Twenty-two (23)
nnlil ,ilebt, forthwith: to the umlorilurtHit Eartt.Viii: .
I I Mrs. nunert entertained A. January this city shipped $34.632 I Adrnlnbl.n.II'I1r. and each of YOU are hereby _
J tables of'bridge at their worth of strawberries to Kastern "Thin tho"lltli,-;liny; "of FVhrunry, un. rrtulrm! to nitponr l In pmltl oiUM4' nriM'Uidny 'fI'''., "
I rnolllT view ANP PKOFILB. of -coifr=URC. THAT tZfja/v/zss WITH fAte:- 4 IIMN1UMTTA I : : IinowM and the linil.' ilny of April A. D, t Rills
Inlay evening, Feb. 27. markets. I.AIJHA WYNN IIINTON and therein{ full, not or judicmcnt I _______
on Cove Springs--Road in -10-01-4-6 Ail in In lntratrUMl will ba onterm against 4 tt.
plowing names appear Green .!!. i ,
circle chin. Should her neighbor to behold her own Il..oubll
NEW YORK-Let the lines In your begun by your reflection to It In nrilxroil that thin I4 %
per at Keystone Inn this your mouth sag at the corners and St. Johns county which lead 'I'If'I'! TO ('O"'I'1t1'0"" nuljllnliDil In I the IIradford County 1.1, 'l '

JM. Comparet, Ft. Wayne, lace dictate the line of your bair your nose De long and straight wave. "Individualize yourself to the key Shauds Bridge completed.Key Tcli-trniph: once a week for Two !iJ' '

111v the ninnMiHWITNIWH, the ffonoraMo A. Z. 1 ,. '.

|:Mrs. F. A. Clanson and by Monsieur Eugene. hair style creator more flattering. ter how homely but possesses one bean tion's marine railway to be put Into rioard county,of llonil, Trcinteun the olllne of lirai."f fond than Artklnn, Jiiflg-e u* also U. W. Alderman Ij, i'. y _

Meadvllle, Pa.: Eyer and permanent wave authority of "Hakrdressing la rapidly becomingthe feature which In more characteristic commission.St. court ,
at county
Coiffures of her I Kin.. until! 2 o'clock. of Mnrrh I
jiescent City; W. A. Star- London Part and New York. science of smartness than any other one. MaybeIt :' Augustine$! 07.696 con Situ! I III2N) anil at that p. tints rn. piilillcly I feminine I la the ot her .
are scientists seeking per expression eyes perhaps A. U. 11138.
I Mrs. J. W. the for rebuilding St. Augus opened for ronntrdctlnir. completing nary 'I. _
Yory, N. Y.j; "The shape of your mouth. con- fection. Fastidious women today refuse her teeth her skin the way aha tract Jet conHtructlon and InipruvltiM the following U. W. Ar.J1PJIUfAN l

i. Mrs. B. C. Riley. Mrs. tour of your chin, the slant of your to surrender their locks to any holda ber bead. her mnlle her brow. tine-Hastings highway. roH'lH or nectlonn. of roiiiln In A. B. criRWS Clerk.. Circuit Court. I _

>per, Mrs. M. M. Parrish -yes. and the line of your nose but those wise beautician who know I Butwhatever It Is. aha must dress Uarbow-Gulf Refining Station Uriiilfonl:: '.' rt'ed Attorney fur Compillnnnf
I Itoiul No. 30- 3 to Ilnml 4 by
Nellie\ Pepper, Gaines- rhould determine youi coiffure" said bow to use their wits u well aa their ber hair up to It. When a woman constructllng 2 new filling stations Oaiirifa <'ona and Kornnn Alvarns.llnnd --1.:1,7.tOI-\.30.:\ I I IlO'i'l'I'

:MacMurray, Jewel Barr, combs their clippers or their permanent with a classic brow drapes a bang here. No. Vanilnrlillt: School to # or tppi.irtTiov" FOil '
and M. Eugene. "I1 your lip describe a waving machine. There I* no ova? It. aha U committing facial ,ul- C6ntrart let for Road 5 by: Hum WhltDhnailx.' l'ltIl. ." I
ilgert, C. Scrivener, I I Klsslmmee-- Itiiail No. 41)-Tt"A.1 II to New ftlv-
Irs. J, Machamer, Indlan- perfect cupld's bow and your face is such thing a* .a standard coil or waveor cide. The coiffure after all Ie I merely grading road 1 from Brevard( county <'r Hint Ion by Hen Hen. f roe.n .
short and round. adopt a style of clip any more. The day rt.s passed the frame for this beat feature. Hair to this >mrl No. IH-Hoiiil 8 tn Iload 7tiy Notice I I.* hereby. given that the undersigned _
Pork
.1.1 Mr. and Mrs. Clark, balr that completes the when a, woman bad only to look a&' must crown woman's glory.* line near Deer Will Ariilrewn., who was convicted. of larceny .
Farms; Mr. and Mrs. dressing four I place. Itoail No 17-Hrnoker to'Now I Hop. of pornestia Animal, and sentenced ,..I
laid for rond by O W. IFatfln.' to serve. three yeara In State _ _
i Penney Farms; Mrs. C. 1'tIontveroe-Foundation Houd n... 48-Itoacl No. t to New Crlson. In Circuit (Court rtrndford
"nney Farms: Mr. andV guests of J. V. Jones and family Prof. Lawhorne and his faithful Ing business here last Monday. new dormitory for girls of Mont- imps llrtilife by pile tiarry.ICoad < County Florldn, at the Full Term of
No. II-Itoiul, 1 to DoanelrlilK said Court; upon; the llth, day of
Jenkins, Cincinnati, last Sunday. co-workers will accept work In the Mrs. I. W. Wesley of Waldo, was verde school by Joe Kftlly.Ruail Nov. 192Q. Anil f shall ,apply to the
Gulf Power Company : No:2S-.Hock Church to road next. reunion of the Flonrd of Pardoim ,
i. P. K. Phillips Cln- Mrs. M. L. Maynard and son. school for next term. a visitor here this week the guest Peusacoln- further I nt Dan Tlyrils. nt 'I'aliahaseen. Florida for ft conditional 1J _
:
Jhlo; Katherine Young, Wm. Alexander are the guests of The Hampton boys' basketballteam of her cousin, Mrs. A. A. McDon secures rights for Hoad 'No. .12Krnm llamplon-Kay- pardon. I .
,
He, L. E. Vogel Jack- ald. county extension.ft itona heights Itoad IhroiiK near I unBT nnoorsH. fi _
Mrs. T. HT.X* 'MAvnAl'ft'a_ __. ft'"l1rhter.____ _Mrsn :W, nlaved. the Waldo basketball -. -- --- ..___ **r.f A". *r a vftvOiit.. ... .for. ".,..vln rr.| 'fn'M to Stilt Homl. Vo 21 2-l7-1t--2!) .. _- .t _ _
Mr, and John "-t\------ # -- n Air. ana Mrs. j. W. fteaeaDaugo; t.aovussnaru.mode -

1 Mr and Mrs. C. M. Mar- B. Alexander.Mr. I team last Friday. The scores beIng were visitors to Starke last Satur- \n steam laundry.

f. II. Lewis, Greenville, and Mrs.\ W. O. Bennett, Miss seven to six In favor of Hampton. -

land Mrs. J. C. Cardwell, Natalie Marcionny, Mrs. K. B. Wat-. Much Interest was taken In day.Dr.. E. L. Biggs of Starke, was M tNriWN c II' 1.1') We con charge your IIRI

|. Ky; A. L. Dalllnger, terson and Mr. Pizer, enjoyed the the game and both sides played attending to professional business Notice Is. hereby given, that IInl.s', YES 8

Pa.: play "Abie's Irish Hose" at here this week. nd by virtue of that certain. *'Jnalliwcree
.
well.Mrs. mailo rei>-
of foreolowure STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's hilts r.
---S Gainesville this week M. L. Andreu and daughters Herbert Durden, who Is attendIng ruary ITth. A. n. J928.'h'r: flonortthle

.. Miss Gertrude Wynn entertained Gladys and Leona, were the school in Barnesvllle, Ga. in A. V I.onudue. ot Elwhth Ju-
.............. : dlalal Circuit of Florida, net In* for ,
the Girls' Sewing Club last guests of Mrs. Andreu's parents, spending this week with hi* par- and In behalf of Honorable A. Z.

MAMPTONAda : Thursday. A very interesting afternoon Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan last ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden.A. Adklni., .Indira of the 2511t\ FlorMii.fuidtIti' '
(Circuit nradford l County ,
\lmrao, Cor. : was enjoyed after which Sunday. C. Hall who has been attend- who In dlmiuallfled. toa.,t, In that

hot chocolate was served.Mr. Elder J. P. Haner and family United States court at Miami returned certain cause wh..r"ln Kdward: Punji- Garage nVef :
................. I I. Julian' K Peek.
and Mrs.\ O. Haynes have left last Wednesday for Brooks- to his home here last Saturday (Mara I mr..lal.'ktI".d: : wlfa, .nd Nf K.Fdwardn. .

n, March :._Mrs. W. L. recently returned to their home vllle, where they will make their arn defendant., the will undersigned nell ,... -
Master -
[ mother, Mrs. Wm. Jones to Lake Geneva. future hom Mrs. J P. Sullivan and I. an Special bid ..
here after a visit Mrs. for .cash to the hllch.t and bent -- :: : =- -:-=::: ::
!"d Mrs. R. F. Dyal visit- The Hampton school closed last Elder Haner has pastored the J. Priest were visiting In Starke der. In front of the Court House door

iugg' sister Mrs. Ed. Friday. A delightful school picnic First Christian church of Hamptontwo this week. In ."on tarka Monday, Pradford, April 2nd.County A. b. Florida isms.- IIII III

ilacclenny last Sunday. was enjoyed at Hampton years. His work here was :Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gould. who "rlnor the -ral bourn of pale. for; /

|P Sasser and Mrs. T. JJ. Beach. very satisfactory. The church bad have been for several weeks in Decree Iho purpoHe, the of following satisfying said described Final J. R. DAVIS & CO.

Valdosta Ga., have re- The close of this term, completed recalled him for the ensuing year. Sharps, returned to their home SSllftor'J'W-Str.' rli'rfflBT5iW.T' ,
:
Jnt the day with Mrs. the fourth term that Prof. CarlT. lie Is highly esteemed by the people here last Monday. All that IIlock. located In the

Ister, Mrs. P. B. Hunt. Lawhorn has faithfully laboredIn of our town. All the churches W. L. Roberts and family were Town! of Rtarka.. bounded on the :'
Haynes entertained thet has to see him leave. North by Madison street. ; on the Rant INSURANCE j
here regretted
our school. Ills work visiting In Gainesville last Monday hy Adam. treat; on the South. by

) the Methodist church been a grand success. His corps Mr. John Bond has purchased r.aFnyette. street. ; and nn the w.xtbr

ay, The study of Stews of teachers. Mrs. Acqullla Jones. the beautiful home residence which S Northwent Monroe street quarter. same of the being ftonthweiitnnarter In the

taken : d a very Mrs. II. A. Manning and Miss Free belonged to Brother Haner, and .Building permits In Florida during of Section( Twenty-eight (2H AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

meeting v.-as enjoyed.and Vynn, deserve much credit for the will make his hom there We give past year totaled approximately Twenty-two Township Six(22)(1)East., South flange

( cake was served at excellent work that they have completed them a hearty welcome to our fl20.90t.900. IB. ICNTflIITRncrll '
Islon. town. High Springs Grady building Master.'ln Chancery.A. STARKE FLA.
this term.
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Ir 'j 1 Pretty little jazz number entitled "The Wrench the I II efficient law. enforcement, Impartially -

,. : Bradford County Telegraph Plumber Left "Behind."-P. T. A. in Times-Union. Did you I applied wilt >to VTffij-JDWAmw one and {11.11.) Your support ,

f ESTABLISHED IN 1879 ever hear "Since the Dentist Left: his Drill in Mama's

r .r Tooth ?"-Gainesville Evening News. Or "Doc Sports a New I hereby announce myself a candidate I
--- for re-election to the.oino J I
Second Class Set of Tools Now, Sine lIe Sewed My Daddy at sheriff of Bradford county. If re-
Entered Up.
6 Fnblbhed Weekly on Fridays and as eluuted. I will 'as ll"d the past, spare We Square Our
Florida -----o- ;. earnestly 5'- Service
snoflthe
Matter at the Post Office at Starke dutl olllce. 1 B
A Swiss historian licit the of the voters In the
f claims
tt ):. S. Matthews______________________Owner and Publisher women wore short skirts and ensuing primary. Respectfully .
k exposed their knees to the weather in the sixteenth W. y. EPPERSON
The
century
'+ J._C.. Robinson_________________________Managing\ : Editor and that accounts for the looks of some seen nowadays.-, To FOU the Democratic A'rA'fll "SRVTOH' Electors of Golden Rule!

Wauchula Advocate. Who Fifteenth' Senatorial District of
about the looks
SUDSCKIPTION KATE cares of sixteenth Florida. I respectfully solicit your

century knees as long as those of the twentieth century pass "PPl>ort for nomination Senator In June for .said primary -

*:. j Yearly $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance 'District as, your which State' coun-
y in review? ties ot union t''ro/Jrd; .._._, _,_,_ 0.-.0.-.._,,_.._
Advertising Rates on Application VwI1arrr! M., JOHNS -"r.-"r. __ .
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COLLECTOR<< ----
AAI FOR TAX --
0 I Births Having; been urged by my friends. ..-, -
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,A Congressman Green is right on the job. Mr. and Mrs. If. Hawkins New and feeling: that I am duly qualified, --
... I hereby myself a candl'date
I .t f --o-- Church Services River, daughter, Feb. 25th. for O0lceuof County Tax Col.
.. lector for Bradford County, Florida
Falling doesn't hurt an bad as stopping. \ I' Mr.: and Mrs. Win. Hall Starke, subject to the Democratic Primary

i -.o' ? 000 000 00 0 ( daughter, Feb. 25th. next June. W. B. TORODE.I .
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They have started telling t tales on the new Ford. 11.\PTISTService Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Padgett, hereby announce myself a candldlate I "Do unto others as you would have them j

Graham daughter, Feb 25th. for the office of Tax Collector d
o of Bradford County. I solicit! the unto you" is more than
)) at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson! support of the voters of the County a slogan-it-

Every industry in Starke counts, no matter how small.. m., Rev Raymond In charge. I Graham son, Feb. 25th. and If elected of the, promise duties the of said faithfuldischarge office "Fair and Square"-it's the mgret.

o Sunday school, 10 a, m. B. Y. P. Mr. most
: and Mrs. C. B. Hayes, Starke, profilaf
KNIOHT.
U., 6:30 C. A.
: m.
p.
"' One stitch to three ,[son, Feb. 27th. business rule laid
Stuart has a Stitch and Chatter Club. Preceding the 7:30: service, there COUNTY Jtnnn ever down.

chats. will be a song service of old familiar 0'IICn I hereby announce that I.will be. a
I candidate for re-election to tle: olllce

o hymns. In Circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth of, County subject of to Bradford the Democratic County This is
conclusion
Regular mld-week services, Judicial ClrculF; Bradford County, Florida held June 6th 1023. after years i.i1
Motorists would like to see a perpetual "price war" on Wednesday 7:30: in charge of the 1 Florida' In: Chancery. Your Primary support to be will be appreciated.nGo. / testiDg
Airs M. (Teresa ;
)
I.evlton joined A OAKD1NKH:
Missionary society. This Is weekof ,
oline. I i by M. Levlton her husband and
lr ( gal : prayer for missions and the missionary next friend, and Freeman Ilcg- TAX AI'IEIIIOll! !
a society will conduct ser- later, t I hereby announce to the public
Complainants
I candidate for the olllce
that a
When you play the game fifty-fifty: ,, you can get along I vices Monday and Tuesday afternoons vs.George. W. Cole of Tax am Assessor, subject, to the will -I---
3 o'clock. j I et al. of the voters at the coming; Democratic --- ,
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r. DefendantsNotice held ----
: part of life. Primary election to be
s( ; I in..r.y Her. Raymond will preach at and Order In Malt to quiet tune G, 1H28. In asking for this olllce ---------,--,-...
o- I I 'Illlo, ate. that I am thoroughly familiar ----- -
Pine Level church Saturday at 11 I TO Oeorgre W. Cole, Samuel II will say pertainingthereto -----.---..

Year benefits women but some will o'clock and Sunday afternoon at TliotnpHon John Darby. John If.i andtpromise, If elected. I
A writer says Leap 3 o'clock. i I Durby, J, II. Darby, Joseph U. will discharge the duties of said ofllce .
vare, J. O. Alvaroi. Fleming' All, onal-elllclent
the
In same per
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question his judgment. 'Smith/ T. II. Canova and son, P. B. have
4, r HT. :MAUK'H CHURCH Canova and son, .Simon Uuckenheltner the collector's' duties.--anhat be on
} a rrlor.1LSecond : : the Raleigh National Hank the Job when you come to make your
Soap makers are accusing perfume\ manufacturers off of North Carolina. F. miiel H. Hub- return-(jive me a trial. I will appreciate BANK OF I
hard Smith and Brothers, Catallml It, and will show my appreciation STARKE
hurting their business. Sunday in Lent. A. Orayblll.. Cater V.and J.Company/Mhlprnan If Armstrong either -- by my work. I earnestly
a support
) 7:30: Holy Communion. of the above are living or In ex- solicit Most your Sincerely, E W. AYES A ROLL
,,+' ,a o 10:00: Church School Miss Mal- (stance and If dead or not In cxlstance OF HONOR BANKE.
| then to his. her, their or Its
Groveland Graphic says "Week-end: cold does some dam- 'pas, an pt. I heirs, legatees (crantees, devisees.succesBors I hereby announce that I am a can- S. Matthews Pres. R.
of
legal ,: didate for reelection to the otllce J. Davis ]
11:00 Celebration ot Holy Com- representatives or : Cast
age. Where?-and how : assigns. ) and to all persons firms county assessor. of taxes. of Bradford :
,. t f munion. ( and porattons.. whoso resl1 I Florida) subject to the
o 7:30 Wednesday, Litany and ad- 1 dcnce or place of bUllln,namel II unknown wishes of the voters at the comlnftprimary
election, and solicit your
't
Widen Walnut street between Madison and Thompson dress. I to In complainants those certain that pieces are Interested orplrl'.ls support. In asking for re-election, I
d of land lying and being In d<> no on a record of courteous, efficient
10:00 Thursday Holy Communion -
while it can be done at a low cost. : a. m. /Htarke Bradford county Florida, and helpful service to the
known and described as follows to- people nt Bradford county .lI.lId I
o Friday Litany. wit: ;should you favor me I will continueto
5:00
m.
p. that helpful service ----
The West half of Lots give same !
Six 6 and you
t. Exchange inquires if the membership of blocs in con- Russell S. Carletpn, Rector. Night (8) of Block Nineteen ((19) an I I have given in the past. Very re- ,
original of -- -- .
per plat the Town spactfuly.
of -- -
1 gress is made up of blockheads. l\Il T110DiST \ lke! same liclnw strip I or _NJP.WAINWniflTIT:
ty land 52:\ wide East: anti Went .
l ( -0--- (Enoch Marvin Rooks, pastor) bv 105 feet North and ,",Month bounded !st'FrfEYTEVU1.YT 1".111.10 J"-
Make to attend the bripge'celebration on the North by lands. of Bradford g'rnCC'rIOV
M ,your plans now County Dank and J. T. Heaves, In announcing "as a candidate for
Sunday school Sunday morning now D. C. Jone, on the T3ant by reelection to the olllce of Stiperlntmdent -
in Green Cove Springs March 14th. 10:00: o'clock, E. K. Perryman, I hi, ode. of A. M Daihy, on the $,,South of Public Instruction of
i Ily! Madison street and on the West Bradford county, I promise I If reelected -
? o i.!i by Walnut street.011KRT1NU :; : ,, the ,name faithful performance
t r'I' supt.Worship Sunday at 11:00 a. m. You and each of of the duties of this. olllce' and Of
I you I Course
+ The DeLand Evening News suggests as a slogan for boot- are hereby notified that you have to maintain us Brat an Interest In You
e and 7:30: p. m. i I I been' named defendants to a suit < the welfare of the chlldrm during;
leggers : "Not a coffin in a carload. Junior League Sunday afternoonat ) 1'.t.dbt/' M. (Teresa) Lovl- the next four years as I hivo In .the
ton j : evltnn her husband past. I herebyltolIBci: youvote.;
t o 3:00.: and next friend, and Freeman ICeitlAsler I WU1UIXS

0. Some Florida editors are trying to find out the difference Hi-Leugue Sunday afternoon at ; of complaint, who allege, now Intheir:oil flits Hworn In this bill of- I hereby announce-myself a candidate Can Ride

1 3:00.: i tire I that they ore the owners of the .fnr the office of Superintend-
( between trapshooter and crapshooters. Senior Kpwoith l League Sunday fee simple title thereto, and Prays ant of Public Instruction of Bradford Oli1Goodyears
rut a durrett t removing clotidn --- o evening at 6:45: o'clock. i InK title, and fon'vor. doming and tho primary June fith. I earnestly
confirming, the title to said lands to vote and support, and If
F The new flivver plane burns less gas than the ground l'UBSnrflJU.XSunday ; ,j omplnlnnnlK.. and decreeing; that the ttlected solicit your I promise In return a fair

1' h flivver and air bumps are not hard tho tires. ( ;umpIulnantH:. has and hold a good, .and, Impartial administration of the
; as on 1 and sufficient fee simple title absolute affairs of the office, devoting my
school at 10 a. m. In and to laid lands, annulling Lime and energy to the advancement
o and 7:30p. and declaring veld nil claims of the cause of education .
Preaching at 11 a. m., : ; \ title r,1d, andnil .
right
i or any Respectfullv'
Legislation today is turning toward controlling the reckless m. other Demons; firms and corporations A. J. QRIFFIS

r drivers rather; than setting a fixed speed limit. Christian Endcavor'soclety' meetsat ( is therrlnIT TMiairHponB. ; rim-mem. I respectfully_announce. that I ama

( 6:30: p. in. I that you, the said defendants, namednor l candidate for the office of County
ttl 0t 7:30 m., not named known or unknown to
{ Prayer meeting at : p. absent oonceiilo.l. nonresldenl.nrotherwise Superintendent of Schools subject
One flapper who is the age limit is be- the rules I and regulations of the
nearinjr peeved Wednesday night. | ,, do appear to the bill of Democratic primary to held on R .

} cause her birthday could not have been on February 29th. A cordial invitation extended to omplalnt on or before so Monday.exhibited against 2nd you A, Mine nth. I feel that I I\i:: I In every of
duties
all to attend the above service.eeeeNeeeee0eeeeee 1)>? 1928, before the irrllIc: t of way qualified I I tn and give;1 competent the service
o lirndforil County, l'lorldlto answer I I the olllcn efficient faithful I
( I to the said bill of complaint.. HO exhibited ,, Pledging a full...and rthe ...._ ,
x Seaboard railway is now operating electric trains between eee uinilni : Hce to the best my
a dfn-roe of this court will be entered
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'I Waldo and Tampa. The S. A. L. is a progressive outfit. against you n"k your support. I > sl
: LAWTEY : I The Bradford County Telegraph! Respect. T fullyC. rAwiTORNH: II j rr
o published' Starke Bradford coun
t I
I Mrs. II). 11. Iiurner, Cor Florida, ,nI I Is hereiV designated asthe

; Road 28 places Palatka slightly over 83 miles from Lake .e0ee.eeeeebee..'e.ee Jee9 find newspaper order shall. In he which published this once notice a I hereby CI.I:IIK announce CIRCUIT to the rotiiT voters: of

City. Starke will be 36 miles from Lake City; 47 miles from ni..>k for four consecutive weeks. Bradford County that of Clerk I am of a CircuitCourt. candidate -
Luwtey, March 2.-Mr. and Mrs. WITNRSS my hand as clerk end for the olllce
to
r Palatka.I weekend oral of the above named court this I shall be very grateful
Moore spent the past oteat .
t Fred( 'the' 29th day of February, A D., everyone for their support :held
election to on
--0 In Tampa visiting relatives ;I 1028 the primary
]lavingserved
1928. ;
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo ot Tam* o. w. ALDERMAN Tuesday June 6th.In, this capacityworead
Morning the County
Tallahassee I
State says "Life is just one fool Clerk of Circuit (Court .
moved to Lawtey.Dr. I
pa have Bradford County Florida.By andoyourpsu twill all
I d '( thing after another and love is just two fools things after and Mrs. G. W. Brown, who' C.: A. ( '. the more appreciated: ':: 1.11 ma.be I
I. Deputy Clerk.
;., each other." have resided in Tampa for the past ,; A. S.' CREWS promise continued faithful service.
ALDERMAN.
two years, have moved buck to Solicitor'! for Complainant.3-2-5t-3-3. O. W. r

-a their home In Lawtey to the delight FOR i r.pnnsnvr\Tivn'

The cop in South Miami has been ordered to ride the I of their many friends. I IIBI't"'Y) itinr: "rn<<.mo OFFI- that I hereby I am A announce candidate for to the Representative public

city's mule lose his Mesdames V. R. Reddish, Fred Kits of Bradford County subjectto
or job. He will now have to keep his seat '! -- I the will of the voters at the conning -
Moore, E.: E.: Burney spent Tuesday :Notice Is hereby given that the Democratic Primary election to .. Goodyears don't cost In th1
,,
y f; to'keep his job. at the state farm visiting Mrs. I registration books for the registration be held June 5th, 1928. In soliciting 'I any: more.
of voters will be open In the different Your support, I promise If elect.I. I
o J. O. Godwin. precincts of'-tha county from true and !faithful! II"r\"oo-glve! me a I'I I cost a lot less in the end 'U3'I ''
because of t'ly
: G.L Monday, March 6th, 1938 until Mon record
and make my
Thede I I will
( Our idea of a tightwad is a boy whose girl has to send Mesdames R. R._ ... ._ day. April B. 1318.. and that the fol such trial; that ttrrhO Avntrn.tlon: of mv I I
W. Roberts spent Wednesday in lowlni will serve" as deputy 1'.111- .;r-m. yviII; say to: mo; well done
him
self-addressed stamped enevlopes in order to keep the Jacksonville.( 1 itrntlnn officers: thou mod< and faithful servant.I long and, trouble-free mileage t: f
I District No. 1 --Lawtey, George .
fl ii love letters two : earnestly solicit your support.J.
r L. coming. Mrs Reulah Brooks and W Unherts T. BARNES, I .
J '-----0 children, who have been visiting; 1' :Newsom.DlHtrlct. 'No. 2-Starke (north) Ray We sell and 'service the complete uyour

f ( her brother W. C. Wooteii for the District No. 3--Stttrke (south) J. T hereby announce myself a candidate .
> Hathaway Is adding to his strength on merit ; another weeks, returned to her I W Morgan for the ofnoo of nprp.e nt -
past three District .No. flrftham, C. OS. nob- Uvc in the next Legislature, and I tire'problems to us for a mom, s
it candidate is hoping: to strengthen his position by bringing out home In Jacksonville Saturday. arts ronflrtently rely upon the support of i I . \
and nistrlot .N... Hampton, J. V. the Democratic electors of Bradford I Iouuty.
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S, f : easily-led friends to split the opposition vote fenooh'Griffin W. C. Woolen I Jones.i lutioiv-with; Goodyears.
e and Clean, attended .
two sons. William i No. Theressa, Mrs p. 1* FHAZ51E ,
!
t iMDrlletrer
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Beach t
o at Palm -- I ,
r" the races I r>lstr"ot Ko. 7-,frew River M, I* '
t'S' It is announced that Jack Dempsey is going to improve Saturday and Wednesday.Mrs. I Johns. "andldatphfnrtnnn(nail"'"myself i for tha ntace I "
J District No. -atooker., O. B.: Col-
Wimberly of Highland was I representative" In the legislature -
rt his vision so that ho can see a million in prixo '.< 'lt instead of Friday. son. as from Ilrndfofd county; subject ,
C. WALL
Lawtey It
: shopping In of the Democratic prl-
to the action
$500,000.f> -Times-Union. He can also! improve his punch. V. R. Reddish. R. A. Blanchard Supervisor". ot Refrlstratton. marv to be held' Juno 5th 1 J&88. If .
'
.1ati'.ia.!
Hrttdtord l.County
torw attended court in "' faithful and ,coni .
o and Dr W. Moore : roJK service: and respectfullysolicit Supreme Service S':'
IV ; Ktnrke Tuesday. POLITICALAnnouncements the support of all Di,m"icrntlooter : :
Colliers and Liberty are running neck and neck with I I Mr. Swambom ot Saxton, who ... T_ N' KKNDRICJC: __

l e series( of articles devoted to the presidential possibilities of has been quite 111, Is recovering.Mrs ;. FOIL "I"F.H\"On OF nnoisTR .

( both parties.-Leesburg Commercial. A regular necking Kftte Miner was shopping T hereby n""IH'l'iiov,that I'am a can-I I NO.2 P
in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. d'dato' fur tin c"m| ,> of supervisor'
patty, then. and Mrs W. E. Torode were FOIl !ftlllilllFt": of registration', fix. lliadford, con nty. | .
If elected twill give my' very beet ,
0r Visitors\ to Jacksonville Thursday.OeeeN0000eeeeeeeeeeee I hereby announce my candidacy efforts to\\niil rarying: "ut tho diltli -
i for sheriff, of Itrandford county, sub. of thl i ..n" Anti I .,>ll. It |
One of Chauncey Depew's rules for a long and happy.life -- -r- : jnct to the action of the voters at the support at thi. Juiu" prlnnry P'Urj I IH -- ., ., - ---- -,
C ,WAT.I .:
is "Endeavor to make others' : primary of June 5th. If elected Ipron"e '
happy And one most man + ------- ---- -
any the 'citlaens of the ----
county 't1a1YIIIInt9111fuA",,,,,IW'; ',,iiI I, r" 'I'iL,' AJ
v. cr'uld adopt is "So live that you can look any man in the face NEJV RIVER :

tit: 1 tell him to go chase himself." 3 1 Us in: ..le Hnpp Cor. .

l !* 0r ......................oo. I Wm., J. ILIFFE I I J

: The lead pencil consumption of the United States should Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Renfroe I I i

h ; take aisudden: jump while the income returns are being made were visitor to Lake Butler Mon- :'

1)) i I out.-Exchange. Rather the rubber industry will prosper as da-f.:Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns were Expert Watch RepairI I '

f :' the taxpayer whittles his figures down. visitors to Starke and Lake Butler I ing
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} f' 0 Friday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson
Opening of Shands
bridge means opening
through
a visitors to Lake I J-I
and children were CKSONVILLE
t. route from Starke to St. Augustine, 45 miles away, through a Butler Friday.Mr. ENGRAVINGJEWELRY I II : 1708 F'LIt'I"TOVV.

territory hitherto' undeveloped and also means a constant D. W. Kelley and daughter, I II I Ptsnt. .n.1 Yerdel Barnett Dennis.Dalldla.Mireel. Phone Phone 5-8000&n-MWMI

1 stream of tiaffic through Starke over road 48. Miss Lois were business visitor
A to Brooker Saturday.Mr. .

----0 and Mrs. T. S. Bellamy and LUMBER

A western traffic official advises that male drivers yield daughter. Olivia, were visitors to

; to all women drivers the right of whether Brooker Saturday. Hull Building
3 way they are en Mrs. D. W. Keley'and son Eus
titled to it or not. He does Framing; Siding, Sheathing Flooring, gfnWtpoofShingles Brick LlJJ1e,
9F not give the correct procedure tace were visitors to Lake Butler Laths

tL t when a man holds the wheel while wifie drives from the rear Wednesday. Starke, Florida I Cement Plaster, floors Window., A.pIuUtShingle. Asbestos Shingles I ,

1 ( seat. Messrs. Lawrence and Norman OUR xnccKs
In Starke. I CAN DEUVEB: DIR) CT TO TOUR JOB
Wiggins Sunday
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